Miele TOUCHTRONIC G 894 SC Technical information

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
G 600 and G 800 Dishwashers
(All US Models)
© 2011 Miele USA
G 600/G 800
Technical Information
Table of Contents
1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 2.0 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 Construction and Design ....................................................................................... 12 Appliance Overview .................................................................................................. 12 1.1.1 Typical Integrated Model .............................................................................. 12 1.1.2 Typical Fully Integrated Model ...................................................................... 13 Control Panels .......................................................................................................... 13 1.2.1 Novotronic .................................................................................................... 13 1.2.2 Touchtronic ................................................................................................... 14 1.2.3 Incognito ....................................................................................................... 14 Types of Dishwashers ............................................................................................... 14 1.3.1 Pre-Finished ................................................................................................. 14 1.3.2 Integrated ..................................................................................................... 15 1.3.3 Fully Integrated ............................................................................................. 15 Technical Data .......................................................................................................... 16 1.4.1 Dishwasher Width – Full-Size/Slimline ......................................................... 16 1.4.2 Dishwasher Heights – 600/800 Series .......................................................... 16 1.4.3 Summary of Dimensions ............................................................................... 17 1.4.4 Electrical Information .................................................................................... 17 1.4.5 Hard-Wired Electrical Connection ................................................................. 17 1.4.6 Plumbing Connections .................................................................................. 18 1.4.6.1 Intake Connection............................................................................. 18 1.4.6.2 Drain Connection .............................................................................. 18 Data Tag ................................................................................................................... 18 Layout of Components .............................................................................................. 19 1.6.1 Novotronic and Touchtronic Series ............................................................... 19 1.6.2 Incognito Series ............................................................................................ 20 Installation ............................................................................................................... 21 Commissioning and Operation .............................................................................. 22 Door Handle and Door Lock (Novotronic/Touchtronic Series) .................................. 22 Closing the Dishwasher Door.................................................................................... 22 Child Safety Lock ...................................................................................................... 22 Water Softener .......................................................................................................... 23 3.4.1 Water Softener Salt ...................................................................................... 23 General Operation .................................................................................................... 23 3.5.1 Novotronic Series ......................................................................................... 23 3.5.2 Touchtronic Series ........................................................................................ 24 3.5.3 Incognito Series ............................................................................................ 24 Description of Function .......................................................................................... 24 Cabinet Construction ................................................................................................ 24 Fan Assembly (Machines Equipped w/Turbothermic Fan) ........................................ 24 4.2.1 PTC Release Element (Machines Equipped w/Turbothermic Fan) ............... 25 Combination Dispenser ............................................................................................. 25 4.3.1 Construction ................................................................................................. 25 4.3.2 Dispensing .................................................................................................... 25 Heaters ..................................................................................................................... 26 4.4.1 Wash Cavity Heater Element ........................................................................ 26 4.4.2 Flow-Through Heater .................................................................................... 27 Heater Circuit Operation ........................................................................................... 28 Pulsed Heating – Operation ...................................................................................... 28 Temperature Protection ............................................................................................ 29 2
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4.8 4.9 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 4.21 4.22 4.23 4.24 4.25 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16 5.17 5.18 5.19 5.20 5.21 5.22 5.23 5.24 Technical Information
Static Drying.............................................................................................................. 29 Spray Arms ............................................................................................................... 29 Filter Assembly ......................................................................................................... 29 Water Intake – Technical Data .................................................................................. 30 WaterProof System (WPS) ....................................................................................... 30 Flow Meter – Operation ............................................................................................ 33 Water Intake.............................................................................................................. 33 Water Mixing ............................................................................................................. 33 4.15.1 External Flow Meter ...................................................................................... 33 4.15.2 Integrated Flow Meter ................................................................................... 35 4.15.3 Operating Solenoid Valve (Y5) (Plus Models Only) ...................................... 36 Electronically Controlled Water Hardness (EGS) ...................................................... 37 Water Softener .......................................................................................................... 37 4.17.1 Reactivation .................................................................................................. 38 4.17.2 Reactivation Cycles ...................................................................................... 38 Condenser Drying (UKT) .......................................................................................... 39 4.18.1 Operation ...................................................................................................... 39 4.18.2 Technical Data .............................................................................................. 39 4.18.3 Control Valve ................................................................................................ 39 Drain Pump, Circulation Pump .................................................................................. 40 Heater Level Switch (Heater Pressure Switch) ......................................................... 41 Level Switch (Intake Overflow).................................................................................. 42 Temperature Sensor ................................................................................................. 43 Top Solo Valve.......................................................................................................... 44 Turbidity Sensor (ECO Sensor) ................................................................................ 45 Electronic – Power Outputs....................................................................................... 45 4.25.1 Programming after Replacing the Electronic ................................................ 46 4.25.2 Electronic Modes .......................................................................................... 46 Service and Maintenance ....................................................................................... 47 Locking Plate Adjustment ......................................................................................... 47 Door Seal Replacement ............................................................................................ 47 Side Panel Removal ................................................................................................. 48 Spring Bracket Replacement .................................................................................... 49 Cover Plate Removal ................................................................................................ 49 Connecting Strip Removal ........................................................................................ 50 Basket Support Roller Replacement ......................................................................... 50 Removing the Combination Dispenser ...................................................................... 52 Turbothermic Fan Removal....................................................................................... 53 Door Panel (Outer and Inner) Removal .................................................................... 53 Cable Holder Removal .............................................................................................. 54 Lock/Handle Assembly Removal .............................................................................. 55 Door Hinge Removal ................................................................................................. 55 Door Tension Adjustment ......................................................................................... 56 Top Spray Arm Removal ........................................................................................... 56 Middle Spray Arm Removal ...................................................................................... 57 Bottom Spray Arm Removal...................................................................................... 57 Top Spray Arm Feed Pipe Removal ......................................................................... 57 Middle Spray Arm Cover Removal ............................................................................ 57 Middle Spray Arm Feed Pipe Removal ..................................................................... 58 Flow-Through Heater Removal ................................................................................. 58 Temperature Limiter Replacement............................................................................ 59 Microfine Filter Replacement .................................................................................... 59 WaterProof System (WPS) Removal ........................................................................ 60 3
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5.25 WaterProof System (WPS) Restrictor Replacement ................................................. 60 5.26 Water Inlet (Diverter) Removal.................................................................................. 61 5.27 Water Softener Operational Check ........................................................................... 62 5.28 Water Softener Assembly Removal .......................................................................... 62 5.29 Drip Pan Removal ..................................................................................................... 63 5.30 Float Switch Housing Removal ................................................................................. 63 5.31 Float Switch (B8/3) Removal..................................................................................... 63 5.32 Steam Condenser Removal ...................................................................................... 63 5.33 Control Valve (Y6) Removal...................................................................................... 64 5.34 Temperature Sensor (NTC) Removal ....................................................................... 64 5.35 Circulation Pump (M6) Removal ............................................................................... 64 5.36 Circulation Pump Partition and Impeller Replacement .............................................. 65 5.37 Circulation Pump Housing Replacement .................................................................. 66 5.38 Circulation Pump Release with Tool ......................................................................... 66 5.39 Heater Pressure Switch (B1/10) Removal ................................................................ 67 5.40 Drain Pump (M8) Removal ....................................................................................... 68 5.41 Top Solo Valve Removal .......................................................................................... 68 5.42 Overflow Level Switch Removal................................................................................ 69 5.43 Sump Removal ......................................................................................................... 69 5.44 Turbidity Sensor Calibration ...................................................................................... 70 5.45 Turbidity Sensor Removal ......................................................................................... 71 5.46 Fully Integrated (Vi) Control Panel Removal ............................................................. 71 5.47 Novotronic and Touchtronic Control Panel Removal ................................................ 71 5.48 Mounting Bracket Removal ....................................................................................... 72 5.49 Heater Relay and Power Relay Removal .................................................................. 73 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 Fault Diagnosis ....................................................................................................... 74 General Information .................................................................................................. 74 Programming and Service Mode Features ............................................................... 74 6.2.1 Water Hardness Programming ..................................................................... 74 6.2.2 Drying Options (As Applicable) ..................................................................... 74 6.2.3 Water Intake Duration ................................................................................... 74 6.2.4 Buzzer (As Applicable) ................................................................................. 74 6.2.5 Fault Code Retrieval ..................................................................................... 74 6.2.6 Increase Temperature .................................................................................. 74 6.2.7 With or Without Water Softener .................................................................... 75 6.2.8 2nd Interim Rinse.......................................................................................... 75 6.2.9 Width of Machine (As Applicable) ................................................................. 75 6.2.10 Flow Meter Count ......................................................................................... 75 6.2.11 Operating Hours ........................................................................................... 75 Programming/Service Mode Access Procedures (Model-Specific) ........................... 75 Timing Charts – General Information ........................................................................ 76 Wiring Diagrams – General Information .................................................................... 79 Timing Charts and Wiring Diagrams (Model-Specific) .............................................. 80 Fault Repair .............................................................................................................. 80 6.7.1 Door Does Not Close Correctly..................................................................... 80 6.7.2 Excess Foaming ........................................................................................... 80 6.7.3 Detergent Not Released ............................................................................... 80 6.7.4 Water Leaks from the Turbothermic Fan Grille ............................................. 80 6.7.5 Poor Drying Results ...................................................................................... 80 6.7.6 No Drying, or Drying Too Slow ..................................................................... 81 6.7.7 Water Not Heating ........................................................................................ 81 6.7.8 Circulation Pump Does Not Start .................................................................. 81 4
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6.8 Technical Information
Programming and Service Modes ............................................................................. 82 Novotronic Models .................................................................................................... 82 6.8.1 G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 ............................................................................ 82 6.8.1.1 Programming Mode .......................................................................... 82 6.8.1.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ....................................................83 6.8.1.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ......................................83 6.8.1.2 Service Mode 1................................................................................. 83 6.8.1.2.1 Test Program ..........................................................................84 6.8.1.3 Service Mode 2................................................................................. 84 6.8.1.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes ...........................................................85 6.8.1.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes ...................................................85 6.8.1.3.3 Program Index ........................................................................85 6.8.2 G 848 ......................................................................................................... 86 6.8.2.1 Programming Mode .......................................................................... 86 6.8.2.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ....................................................87 6.8.2.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ......................................87 6.8.2.2 Service Mode 1................................................................................. 87 6.8.2.2.1 Test Program ..........................................................................87 6.8.2.3 Service Mode 2................................................................................. 88 6.8.2.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes ...........................................................88 6.8.2.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes ...................................................89 6.8.2.3.3 Program Index ........................................................................89 6.8.3 G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus ............................................. 89 6.8.3.1 Programming Mode .......................................................................... 90 6.8.3.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ....................................................90 6.8.3.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ......................................91 6.8.3.2 Service Mode 1................................................................................. 91 6.8.3.2.1 Test Program ..........................................................................91 6.8.3.3 Service Mode 2................................................................................. 91 6.8.3.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes ...........................................................92 6.8.3.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes ...................................................93 6.8.3.3.3 Program Index ........................................................................93 6.8.4 G 680, G 880 ................................................................................................ 93 6.8.4.1 Programming Mode .......................................................................... 93 6.8.4.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ....................................................94 6.8.4.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Setting ....................................95 6.8.4.2 Service Mode 1................................................................................. 95 6.8.4.2.1 Starting the Test Program, Program Start with Reactivation ..96 6.8.4.3 Service Mode 2................................................................................. 96 6.8.4.3.1 Fault Code Display and Deletion ............................................96 6.8.4.3.2 Program Index ........................................................................97 6.8.4.3.3 Setting the Flow Meter ............................................................97 6.8.4.4 Other Fault Indications ..................................................................... 97 6.8.4.4.1 Program Interruption and All Program Sequence LEDs Flash 97 6.8.4.4.2 Program Interruption and Intake/Drain LED Flashes ..............98 6.8.5 G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus ...................................... 98 6.8.5.1 Programming Mode .......................................................................... 98 6.8.5.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ....................................................99 6.8.5.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ......................................99 6.8.5.2 Service Mode 1................................................................................. 99 6.8.5.2.1 Test Program ........................................................................100 6.8.5.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 100 6.8.5.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes .........................................................101 6.8.5.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes .................................................101 6.8.5.3.3 Operating Hours ...................................................................101 6.8.6 G 885 ....................................................................................................... 101 6.8.6.1 Programming Mode ........................................................................ 102 6.8.6.2 Service Mode 1 (Switching Step Check) ........................................ 102 6.8.6.2.1 Starting the Test Program; Program Start with Reactivation 103 5
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6.8.6.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 103 6.8.6.3.1 Fault Codes - Display and Deletion ......................................103 Touchtronic Models ................................................................................................. 104 6.8.7 G 890 ....................................................................................................... 104 6.8.7.1 Programming Mode ........................................................................ 104 6.8.7.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ..................................................105 6.8.7.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ....................................105 6.8.7.2 Service Mode 1............................................................................... 105 6.8.7.2.1 Test Program ........................................................................106 6.8.7.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 106 6.8.7.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes .........................................................106 6.8.7.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes .................................................107 6.8.7.3.3 Operating Hours ...................................................................107 6.8.8 G 891 ....................................................................................................... 107 6.8.8.1 Programming Mode ........................................................................ 108 6.8.8.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ..................................................108 6.8.8.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ....................................108 6.8.8.2 Service Mode 1............................................................................... 109 6.8.8.2.1 Test Program ........................................................................109 6.8.8.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 109 6.8.8.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes .........................................................110 6.8.8.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes .................................................110 6.8.8.3.3 Operating Hours ...................................................................110 6.8.9 G 892, G 832 .............................................................................................. 111 6.8.9.1 Programming Mode ........................................................................ 111 6.8.9.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ..................................................111 6.8.9.1.2 Extended Drying Fan Time ...................................................112 6.8.9.2 Service Mode 1............................................................................... 112 6.8.9.2.1 Test Program ........................................................................113 6.8.9.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 113 6.8.9.3.1 Stage 1 .................................................................................113 6.8.9.3.2 Stage 2 .................................................................................114 6.8.9.3.3 Stage 3 .................................................................................114 6.8.10 G 694, G 894 .............................................................................................. 115 6.8.10.1 Programming Mode ........................................................................ 115 6.8.10.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ..................................................116 6.8.10.1.2 Extended Drying Fan Time ...................................................116 6.8.10.2 Service Mode 1............................................................................... 116 6.8.10.2.1 Test Program ........................................................................116 6.8.10.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 116 6.8.10.3.1 Stage 1 .................................................................................117 6.8.10.3.2 Stage 2 .................................................................................117 6.8.10.3.3 Stage 3 .................................................................................117 6.8.11 G 896 ....................................................................................................... 118 6.8.11.1 Programming Mode ........................................................................ 119 6.8.11.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ..................................................119 6.8.11.1.2 Extended Drying Fan Time ...................................................119 6.8.11.2 Service Mode 1............................................................................... 119 6.8.11.2.1 Test Program ........................................................................120 6.8.11.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 120 6.8.11.3.1 Stage 1 .................................................................................120 6.8.11.3.2 Stage 2 .................................................................................121 6.8.11.3.3 Stage 3 .................................................................................121 6.8.11.3.4 Stage 4 .................................................................................121 6.8.12 G 898 ....................................................................................................... 122 6.8.12.1 Programming Mode ........................................................................ 122 6.8.12.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness ..................................................123 6.8.12.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ....................................123 6
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Service Mode 1............................................................................... 123 6.8.12.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 123 6.8.12.2.1 Test Program ........................................................................123 6.8.12.3.1 6.8.12.3.2 6.8.12.3.3 Accessing Fault Codes .........................................................124 Deleting Stored Fault Codes .................................................125 Operating Hours ...................................................................125 Incognito Models ..................................................................................................... 125 6.8.13 G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 ........................................................... 125 6.8.13.1 Programming Mode ........................................................................ 125 6.8.13.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness Level ........................................126 6.8.13.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ....................................126 6.8.13.2 Service Mode 1............................................................................... 127 6.8.13.2.1 Test Program ........................................................................127 6.8.13.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 128 6.8.13.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes .........................................................128 6.8.13.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes .................................................129 6.8.13.3.3 Program Index ......................................................................129 6.8.14 G 818, G 658, G 858 .................................................................................. 129 6.8.14.1 Programming Mode ........................................................................ 130 6.8.14.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness Level ........................................130 6.8.14.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ....................................130 6.8.14.2 Service Mode 1............................................................................... 131 6.8.14.2.1 Test Program ........................................................................131 6.8.14.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 132 6.8.14.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes .........................................................132 6.8.14.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes .................................................133 6.8.14.3.3 Program Index ......................................................................133 6.8.15 G 879 ....................................................................................................... 133 6.8.15.1 Programming Mode ........................................................................ 134 6.8.15.1.1 EPLG 501A (Program Index P1)...........................................134 6.8.15.1.2 EPLZ 530 (Program Index P2 or Higher) ..............................134 6.8.15.1.3 Setting the Water Hardness ..................................................135 6.8.15.1.4 Checking the Water Hardness Level ....................................135 6.8.15.2 Service Mode 1............................................................................... 135 6.8.15.2.1 Test Program ........................................................................136 6.8.15.3 Service Mode 2............................................................................... 136 6.8.15.3.1 Fault Code Access................................................................137 6.8.15.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes .................................................137 6.8.15.3.3 Program Index ......................................................................137 List of Figures
Figure 1-1: Overview of Typical Integrated Model ................................................................. 12
Figure 1-2: Overview of Typical Fully Integrated Model ........................................................ 13
Figure 1-3: Novotronic Control Panel (G 841 Shown) ........................................................... 14
Figure 1-4: Touchtronic Control Panels (G 832 Shown) ........................................................ 14
Figure 1-5: Incognito Control Panels (G 818 Shown) ............................................................ 14
Figure 1-6: Pre-Finished Dishwasher .................................................................................... 15
Figure 1-7: Integrated Dishwasher ........................................................................................ 15
Figure 1-8: Fully Integrated Dishwasher ............................................................................... 16
Figure 1-9: Dishwasher Widths ............................................................................................. 16
Figure 1-10: Dishwasher Heights .......................................................................................... 16
Figure 1-11: Data Tag Location............................................................................................. 18
Figure 1-12: Data Tag Information ........................................................................................ 18
Figure 1-13: Component Overview – Novotronic & Touchtronic Series ................................ 19
Figure 1-14: Component Overview – Incognito (Vi) Series ................................................... 20
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Figure 3-1: Door Handle and Door Lock (Novotronic/Touchtronic) ....................................... 22
Figure 3-2: Child Safety Lock ................................................................................................ 22
Figure 3-3: Filling the Salt Container ..................................................................................... 23
Figure 4-1: Dispenser Assembly ........................................................................................... 25
Figure 4-2: Cavity-Style Heater Element ............................................................................... 26
Figure 4-3: Flow-Through Heater Element ............................................................................ 27
Figure 4-4: Heater Circuit ...................................................................................................... 28
Figure 4-5: Filter Assembly ................................................................................................... 30
Figure 4-6: WaterProof System Connection .......................................................................... 31
Figure 4-7: WaterProof System Circuit - Normal Operating Position ..................................... 32
Figure 4-8: WPS Circuit - Water in Drip Pan Activates Float Switch B8/3 ............................. 32
Figure 4-9: Flow Meter Assembly Components (External Flow Meter Shown) ..................... 33
Figure 4-10: Water Intake System with Integrated Flow Meter.............................................. 34
Figure 4-11: Water Hardness Selector .................................................................................. 34
Figure 4-12: Water Path with Integrated Flow Meter ............................................................. 35
Figure 4-13: Water Inlet Mixer ............................................................................................... 36
Figure 4-14: Water Hardness Mixer Solenoid ....................................................................... 37
Figure 4-15: Water Softener .................................................................................................. 38
Figure 4-16: Condenser Drying System Components ........................................................... 40
Figure 4-17: Control Valve Y6 ............................................................................................... 40
Figure 4-18: Heater Pressure Switch – Contact Positions and Current Paths....................... 42
Figure 4-19: Water Intake/Level Switch Circuit ..................................................................... 43
Figure 4-20: Circulation Pump, Highlighting Components for the Top Solo Feature ............. 44
Figure 4-21: Turbidity Sensor (ECO Sensor) ........................................................................ 45
Figure 5-1: Locking Plate ...................................................................................................... 47
Figure 5-2: Seal Install Guide ................................................................................................ 48
Figure 5-3: Side Panel Removal ........................................................................................... 48
Figure 5-4: Side View, Door with Basket ............................................................................... 49
Figure 5-5: Cover Plate ......................................................................................................... 50
Figure 5-6: Toekick Area with Connecting Strip .................................................................... 50
Figure 5-7: Basket Guide ...................................................................................................... 51
Figure 5-8: Clip with Bolt ....................................................................................................... 51
Figure 5-9: Basket Guide Stopper ......................................................................................... 52
Figure 5-10: Stopper Removal .............................................................................................. 52
Figure 5-11: Combination Dispenser Removal ...................................................................... 53
Figure 5-12: Turbothermic Fan Removal............................................................................... 53
Figure 5-13: Inner Door Panel Removal ................................................................................ 54
Figure 5-14: Cable Holder Removal ...................................................................................... 54
Figure 5-15: Lock Removal ................................................................................................... 55
Figure 5-16: Hinge Removal ................................................................................................. 56
Figure 5-17: Door Tension Adjustment Screw....................................................................... 56
Figure 5-18: Middle Spray Arm Cover Removal .................................................................... 57
Figure 5-19: Flow-Through Heater Assembly........................................................................ 58
Figure 5-20: Microfine Filter Replacement ............................................................................ 59
Figure 5-21: Pressing and Locking the Filter Assembly ........................................................ 60
Figure 5-22: Tilting the Flow Restrictor ................................................................................. 60
Figure 5-23: Removing the Flow Restrictor ........................................................................... 61
Figure 5-24: Water Inlet Removal ......................................................................................... 61
Figure 5-25: Float Switch Housing ........................................................................................ 63
Figure 5-26: Steam Condenser Components ........................................................................ 64
Figure 5-27: Circulation Pump Removal................................................................................ 65
Figure 5-28: Circulation Pump Components ......................................................................... 66
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Figure 5-29: Sliding the Circulation Pump Tool into the Circulation Pump Intake Opening ... 66
Figure 5-30: Engaging the Prongs in the Circulation Pump Impeller ..................................... 67
Figure 5-31: Turning the Circulation Pump Tool.................................................................... 67
Figure 5-32: Heater Pressure Switch and Circulation Pump ................................................. 68
Figure 5-33: Drain Pump Removal ........................................................................................ 68
Figure 5-34: Top Solo Valve on Circulation Pump ................................................................ 69
Figure 5-35: Releasing the Overflow Level Switch from the Connecting Strip ...................... 69
Figure 5-36: Self-Tensioning Sump Clamp ........................................................................... 70
Figure 5-37: Non-Self-Tensioning Sump Clamp; Tighten to a Gap of 22mm ........................ 70
Figure 5-38: Fully Integrated (Vi) Control Panel .................................................................... 71
Figure 5-39: Control Panel (Novotronic and Touchtronic) ..................................................... 72
Figure 5-40: Removing the Mounting Bracket ....................................................................... 73
List of Tables
Table 1-1: Summary of Dimensions ...................................................................................... 17
Table 4-1: Detergent Quantity in Combination Dispensers C2.06 and C2.09 ....................... 25
Table 4-2: Rinse Aid Dispensing (Combination Dispensers C2.06 and C2.09) ..................... 26
Table 4-3: Flow-Through Heater Electrical Data ................................................................... 28
Table 4-4: Spray Arm Rotation Speeds ................................................................................. 29
Table 4-5: WaterProof System Data ..................................................................................... 30
Table 4-6: Flow Restrictor Data ............................................................................................. 30
Table 4-7: Water Inlet Mixer Data ......................................................................................... 30
Table 4-8: Reactivation Cycle Timing .................................................................................... 39
Table 4-9: Circulation and Drain Pump Data ......................................................................... 41
Table 4-10: Temperature Sensor R30 Resistance Values .................................................... 44
Table 4-11: Activation of Components .................................................................................. 46
Table 6-1: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Programming Flow Chart ........................................... 82
Table 6-2: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Programming Functions ............................................. 83
Table 6-3: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Water Hardness Chart ............................................... 83
Table 6-4: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Service Mode 2 Functions.......................................... 84
Table 6-5: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Fault Code Chart ........................................................ 85
Table 6-6: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Program Indices ......................................................... 85
Table 6-7: G 848 Programming Flow Chart........................................................................... 86
Table 6-8: G 848 Programming Functions ............................................................................ 86
Table 6-9: G 848 Water Hardness Chart ............................................................................... 87
Table 6-10: G 848 Service Mode 2 Functions ....................................................................... 88
Table 6-11: G 848 Fault Code Chart ..................................................................................... 89
Table 6-12: G 848 Program Indices ...................................................................................... 89
Table 6-13: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Programming Flow Chart .......... 90
Table 6-14: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Programming Functions............ 90
Table 6-15: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Water Hardness Chart .............. 91
Table 6-16: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Service Mode 2 Functions ........ 92
Table 6-17: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Fault Code Chart ...................... 92
Table 6-18: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Program Indices........................ 93
Table 6-19: G 680, G 880 Programming Flow Chart ............................................................. 93
Table 6-20: G 680, G 880 Programming Functions ............................................................... 94
Table 6-21: G 680, G 880 Water Hardness Settings ............................................................. 95
Table 6-22: G 680, G 880 Program Sequence LEDs ............................................................ 95
Table 6-23: G 680, G 880 Service Mode 2 Functions ........................................................... 96
Table 6-24: G 680, G 880 Fault Codes ................................................................................. 97
Table 6-25: G 680, G 880 Program Indices........................................................................... 97
Table 6-26: G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus Programming Flow Chart ... 98
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Table 6-27: G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus Programming Functions .... 99
Table 6-28: G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus Service Mode 2 Functions100
Table 6-29: G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus Fault Code Chart ............. 101
Table 6-30: G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus Operating Hours .............. 101
Table 6-31: G 885 Programming Flow Chart....................................................................... 102
Table 6-32: G 885 Programming Functions ........................................................................ 102
Table 6-33: G 885 Service Mode 2 Functions ..................................................................... 103
Table 6-34: G 885 Fault Codes ........................................................................................... 104
Table 6-35: G 890 Programming Flow Chart....................................................................... 104
Table 6-36: G 890 Programming Functions ........................................................................ 105
Table 6-37: G 890 Service Mode 2 Functions ..................................................................... 106
Table 6-38: G 890 Fault Code Chart ................................................................................... 107
Table 6-39: G 890 Operating Hours .................................................................................... 107
Table 6-40: G 891 Programming Flow Chart....................................................................... 108
Table 6-41: G 891 Programming Functions ........................................................................ 108
Table 6-42: G 891 Service Mode 2 Functions ..................................................................... 110
Table 6-43: G 891 Fault Code Chart ................................................................................... 110
Table 6-44: G 891 Operating Hours .................................................................................... 110
Table 6-45: G 892, G 832 Programming Flow Chart ........................................................... 111
Table 6-46: G 892, G 832 Water Hardness Settings ........................................................... 112
Table 6-47: G 892, G 832 Drying Time Settings ................................................................. 112
Table 6-48: G 892, G 832 Service Mode 2 Stages .............................................................. 113
Table 6-49: G 892, G 832 Fault Code Chart ....................................................................... 114
Table 6-50: G 892, G 832 Program Indices......................................................................... 114
Table 6-51: G 892, G 832 Service Mode 2 Functions ......................................................... 115
Table 6-52: G 694, G 894 Programming Flow Chart ........................................................... 115
Table 6-53: G 694, G 894 Drying Time Settings ................................................................. 116
Table 6-54: G 694, G 894 Service Mode 2 Stages .............................................................. 117
Table 6-55: G 694, G 894 Fault Code Chart ....................................................................... 117
Table 6-56: G 694, G 894 Service Mode 2 Functions ......................................................... 118
Table 6-57: G 896 Programming Flow Chart....................................................................... 118
Table 6-58: G 896 Drying Time Settings ............................................................................. 119
Table 6-59: G 896 Service Mode 2 Stages ......................................................................... 120
Table 6-60: G 896 Fault Code Chart ................................................................................... 120
Table 6-61: G 896 Service Mode 2 Functions ..................................................................... 121
Table 6-62: G 898 Programming Flow Chart....................................................................... 122
Table 6-63: G 898 Programming Functions ........................................................................ 122
Table 6-64: G 898 Service Mode 2 Functions ..................................................................... 124
Table 6-65: G 898 Fault Code Chart ................................................................................... 124
Table 6-66: G 898 Operating Hours .................................................................................... 125
Table 6-67: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Programming Flow Chart ........................ 125
Table 6-68: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Programming Mode ................................ 126
Table 6-69: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Water Hardness Settings ........................ 126
Table 6-70: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Program Sequence Chart ....................... 127
Table 6-71: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Service Mode 2 Functions ...................... 128
Table 6-72: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Fault Codes ............................................ 129
Table 6-73: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Program Indices ..................................... 129
Table 6-74: G 818, G 658, G 858 Programming Flow Chart ............................................... 130
Table 6-75: G 818, G 658, G 858 Programming Functions ................................................. 130
Table 6-76: G 818, G 658, G 858 Water Hardness Settings ............................................... 130
Table 6-77: G 818, G 658, G 858 Program Sequence Chart .............................................. 131
Table 6-78: G 818, G 658, G 858 Service Mode 2 Functions.............................................. 132
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Table 6-79: G 818, G 658, G 858 Fault Codes.................................................................... 133
Table 6-80: G 818, G 658, G 858 Program Indices ............................................................. 133
Table 6-81: G 879 Programming Flow Chart....................................................................... 134
Table 6-82: G 879 Programming Functions for EPLG 501A ............................................... 134
Table 6-83: G 879 Programming Functions for EPLZ 530 .................................................. 135
Table 6-84: G 879 Water Hardness Settings....................................................................... 135
Table 6-85: G 879 Program Sequence Chart ...................................................................... 136
Table 6-86: G 879 Service Mode 2 Functions ..................................................................... 137
Table 6-87: G 879 Fault Codes ........................................................................................... 137
Table 6-88: G 879 Program Indices .................................................................................... 138
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1.0
Construction and Design
1.1
Appliance Overview
1.1.1
Typical Integrated Model
Figure 1-1: Overview of Typical Integrated Model
1 Upper spray arm (not visible)
8
Four height-adjustable feet
2 Cutlery tray (model-dependent)
9
Filter combination
3 Upper basket
10 Salt reservoir (model-dependent)
4 Water feed for middle spray arm
11 Dual-compartment detergent dispenser
5 Middle spray arm
12 Rinse aid reservoir with dosage selector
6 Water hardness selector (model-dependent) 13 Data tag
7 Lower spray arm
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1.1.2
Typical Fully Integrated Model
Figure 1-2: Overview of Typical Fully Integrated Model
1 Upper spray arm (not visible)
8
Detergent dispenser
2 Cutlery tray (model-dependent)
9
Data tag
3 Upper basket
10 Control panel
4 Water feed for middle spray arm 11 Optical interface
1.2
5 Middle spray arm
12 Salt reservoir
6 Lower spray arm
13 Filter combination
7 Rinse aid reservoir
14 Height-adjustable feet
Control Panels
Miele dishwashers are currently categorized into three (3) product series, based on
the type of controls.
1.2.1
Novotronic
Each Novotronic-model dishwasher can be operated with a single knob. Surfacemounted design (SMD) technology allows Miele Novotronic components to be
extremely durable and reliable. These controls are capable of performing hundreds
of tasks which cannot be handled by mechanical components.
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Figure 1-3: Novotronic Control Panel (G 841 Shown)
1.2.2
Touchtronic
This series of Miele dishwashers is operated by pushing a single button – no
separate temperature or drying selections – just turn the machine on, select a
program and Miele does the rest. All models now include a Pots and Pans program
and a Water Management System, designed to maximize cleaning results and
optimize water and energy conservation.
Figure 1-4: Touchtronic Control Panels (G 832 Shown)
1.2.3
Incognito
The Incognito (fully integrated) series dishwashers have the program controls
located on the top edge of the door, which can be accessed while the door is open.
Neither seen nor heard, the Miele Incognito Series OCI (Optical Cycle Indicator)
allows you to see the progress of the dishwasher cycle by way of a red light, which is
steady or flashing depending on the status of the cycle.
Figure 1-5: Incognito Control Panels (G 818 Shown)
1.3
1.3.1
Types of Dishwashers
Pre-Finished
The pre-finished construction consists of a pre-assembled door panel and control
panel, making it an ideal replacement machine. Available in white, black or stainless
steel.
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Figure 1-6: Pre-Finished Dishwasher
1.3.2
Integrated
This type of dishwasher is shipped with a separate control panel and optional GDU
(door) panel. Every integrated dishwasher ships with a bracket for installing a custom
cabinet panel. The use of separate components allows for a truly customized
installation.
Figure 1-7: Integrated Dishwasher
1.3.3
Fully Integrated
Fully integrated (Incognito) dishwashers are designed to blend into the surrounding
cabinetry. The operator controls are only available when the door is opened. Each
dishwasher is shipped with a bracket for securing a custom cabinet panel. An
optional Miele stainless-steel SCVi panel is also available.
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Figure 1-8: Fully Integrated Dishwasher
1.4
Technical Data
1.4.1
Dishwasher Width – Full-Size/Slimline
Full-size
23 ½ "
Slimline
17 ½ "
Figure 1-9: Dishwasher Widths
1.4.2
Dishwasher Heights – 600/800 Series
32 ¼”
to
34 ⅞”
600 Series
800 Series
Figure 1-10: Dishwasher Heights
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33 ⅛”
to
35”
G 600/G 800
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1.4.3
Summary of Dimensions
Full-Size
Height
Width of machine
Width of opening
Depth
Depth w/door open
G 600 Series
32 ¼“ to 34 ⅞“
23 ½“
23 ⅝”
22 ½“
45 ½“
Slimline
G 600 Series
Height
32 ¼“ to 34 ⅞“
Width of machine
17 ½“
Width of opening
17 ¾”
Depth
22 ½“
Depth w/door open
45 ½“
Table 1-1: Summary of Dimensions
1.4.4
G 800 Series
33 ⅛” to 35”
47 ½“
G 800 Series
33 ⅛” to 35”
47 ½“
Electrical Information
The appliance is equipped with a 4-foot power cord and molded NEMA 5-15 plug for
connection to a NEMA 5-15R receptacle (120VAC, 15-amp, 3-prong, grounded
outlet).
It is recommended that the power outlet for the appliance be installed on the wall
(within the cabinets), adjacent to under-counter space where the appliance is
installed.
Ensure that the cabinets contain no rough edges that could damage the power cord
or drain hose. If metal cabinets are used, ensure that a rubber grommet is installed
around the opening.
Always exercise caution when sliding the dishwasher in or out, to prevent damaging
the power cord and/or hoses.
1.4.5
Hard-Wired Electrical Connection
Connect L1 (black) to L on the terminal block, N (white) to N on the terminal block,
and GND to the ground connector.
Note:
Hardwiring the dishwasher should only be done if required by electrical code.
Do not cut the plug off the power supply cord/plug and connect it directly to the
house wiring under any circumstances. This voids the warranty.
For hardwiring, the power cord must be removed from the appliance by
disconnecting the cord from the terminal block located at the lower left front of the
dishwasher, behind the toekick and service panel. Feed the permanent power supply
cable through the strain relief and secure it directly to the terminal block.
Note:
The appliance must be grounded.
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1.4.6
Plumbing Connections
1.4.6.1
Intake Connection
The appliance is supplied with a 5-foot-long Double WaterProof System intake hose,
equipped with a ¾-inch female hose connection for connection to a ¾-inch male
hose thread water supply valve.
1.4.6.2
Drain Connection
The appliance is equipped with a 5-foot-long drain hose for connection to a ¾-inch
drain nipple.
1.5
Data Tag
Figure 1-11: Data Tag Location
Figure 1-12: Data Tag Information
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1.6
Layout of Components
1.6.1
Novotronic and Touchtronic Series
Figure 1-13: Component Overview – Novotronic & Touchtronic Series
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Temperature limiter 90°C, 3F2 (before 8/99)
Interference suppression capacitor, Z2
Circulation pump capacitor, C6
Rinse aid dispenser, Y50
Detergent dispenser, Y51
Flow-through heater, R1
Temperature limiter 150 °C, 1F2 and 2F2
Door switch, S24
Fan, M2, & PTC release element, Y56
On/off switch, S2
WaterProof System (WPS), Y2
Electronic
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Rinse aid reed switch, B8/1
19
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Heater relay, 1K1/1
Terminal block, X3/1
Circulation pump, M6
Water softener valve, Y38/1
Flow meter, B3/4
Salt float switch, B8/2
Drain pump, M8
Overflow level switch, B1/2
Temperature sensor, R30
Float switch, B8/3
Heater pressure switch, B1/10
Transformer, T1
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1.6.2
Incognito Series
Figure 1-14: Component Overview – Incognito (Vi) Series
1 Temperature sensor, R30
2 Float switch, B8/3
3 Heater pressure switch, B1/10
4 Power relay, 1K1/6
5 Heater relay, 1K1/1
6 Fan, M2
7 Interference suppression capacitor, Z2
8 Steam condenser (not all models)
9 Rinse aid dispenser, Y50
10 Detergent dispenser, Y51
11 Flow-through heater, R1
12 Temperature limiter, 1F2 and 2F2
13 Door contact switch, S24
14 Electronic
15 WaterProof System (WPS), Y2
16 Door switch, S5
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17 Water intake mixer
18 Electronic
19 Rinse aid reed switch, B8/1
20 Circulation pump capacitor, C6
21 Water control valve, Y5
22 Terminal block, X3/1
23 Flow meter, B3/4
24 Circulation pump, M6
25 Condenser control valve, Y6 (if equip. w #8)
26 Water softener (resin tank)
27 Water softener valve, Y38/1
28 Reactivation salt indicator switch, B8/2
29 Circulation valve, Y27
30 Drain pump, M8
31 Overflow level switch, B1/2
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2.0
Installation
Refer to the appliance installation manual.
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3.0
3.1
Commissioning and Operation
Door Handle and Door Lock (Novotronic/Touchtronic Series)
Press the release catch inside the door grip.
Figure 3-1: Door Handle and Door Lock (Novotronic/Touchtronic)
Note:
If the door is opened during operation, the dishwasher will stop running. Once the
door is closed the program will restart.
3.2
Closing the Dishwasher Door
To close the door, push the baskets in, then lift the door and push until it clicks into
place.
3.3
Child Safety Lock
Horizontal setting = Door is
locked.
Vertical setting = Door can
be opened.
Figure 3-2: Child Safety Lock
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3.4
Water Softener
If your tap water hardness is above 8 grains per gallon (140 ppm), the water should
be softened.
A water hardness test strip is used to determine the water hardness.
If the water softener is needed:
ƒ The dishwasher must be programmed to “with water softener” (ON).
ƒ The water softener reservoir is filled with softener salt.
ƒ The water hardness level is programmed into the dishwasher electronic.
If the water softener is not needed:
ƒ The dishwasher must be programmed to “without water softener” (OFF);
however, the hardness level is not programmed into the electronic.
ƒ Salt is not needed and should not be installed.
3.4.1
Water Softener Salt
Only use water softener salt specially formulated for dishwashers. Other salts may
contain insoluble additives which can impair the water softener. The proper salt can
be purchased from the Miele Technical Service department.
To add salt:
1. Remove the lower basket and unscrew the salt container cap located on the floor
of the wash cabinet.
2. Before adding salt for the first time, fill the salt container with 2 quarts (2 liters)
of water.
3. Place a funnel over the salt container. Carefully fill with salt. See Figure 3-3. The
salt container holds approximately 4.5 pounds (2 kilograms) of salt.
4. Clean any excess salt from the threads of the container opening. Screw the lid on
firmly.
5. Run the Rinse & Hold program to remove any traces of salt from inside the
wash cabinet.
Figure 3-3: Filling the Salt Container
3.5
3.5.1
General Operation
Novotronic Series
1. Make sure that the spray arms are not blocked.
2. Close the door.
3. Turn on the dishwasher. The "Start" indicator will flash.
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4. Select a wash program by turning the program selector to the left or right.
5. Press the "Start" button.
3.5.2
Touchtronic Series
1. Make sure that the spray arms are not blocked.
2. Close the door.
3. Turn on the dishwasher. The "Start/Stop" indicator will flash and a program
indicator will light.
4. Select a wash program using the program selection buttons. The selected
program indicator will light.
5. Select Top solo, if desired.
6. Press the "Start/Stop" button.
3.5.3
Incognito Series
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Open the door.
Make sure that the spray arms are not blocked.
Turn on the dishwasher using the On button.
Select a wash program using the program selection buttons.
The selected program indicator will light.
Close the door. The optical indicator illuminates and the program begins.
Note:
For specific program details and further information on operating the dishwasher,
refer to the model-specific operating manual.
4.0
Description of Function
4.1
Cabinet Construction
The inner cabinet is constructed of stainless steel (1.4301) welded onto four (4)
vertical U-section sub-frames. The cabinet is sound and heat-insulated with bitumen
and/or mineral wool matting.
4.2
Fan Assembly (Machines Equipped w/Turbothermic Fan)
The fan assembly consists of the fan motor (M2) and a PTC release element (Y56),
which opens the air outlet flap. The 120VAC fan operates in the drying stage, after a
brief delay. The PTC release element is activated, and the air outlet flap is partially
opened. A bypass channel behind the air outlet is also opened and ensures that the
moist air from the cabinet is mixed with dry air from the door interior. This prevents
condensation from developing. After about a minute, the electronic switches off the
release element, but the air outlet flap remains partially open. After a few minutes,
the release element is activated again, which completely opens the air outlet flap.
The fan operates constantly throughout this period until the program ends. The air
outlet flap remains open at program end and closes when the dishwasher door is
opened.
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4.2.1
PTC Release Element (Machines Equipped w/Turbothermic Fan)
When 120VAC is applied to the release element, the PTC resistor heats a small
grease-filled capsule. As the grease expands, it pushes a piston upward and slides
the air outlet flap to a partially open position. When the release element is activated
the second time, the piston slides the air outlet flap to a fully open position.
4.3
4.3.1
Combination Dispenser
Construction
Two individual solenoids control detergent and rinse aid dispensing.
The rinse aid reservoir has a capacity of about 130mL (4.4 fluid ounces). When the
rinse aid level drops to about 25mL (0.85 fluid ounces), the magnetic float activates a
reed switch on the edge of the dispenser and the rinse aid LED illuminates.
Figure 4-1: Dispenser Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
4.3.2
Rinse aid solenoid (120VAC), Y50
Detergent chamber flap solenoid (120VAC), Y51
Hose connection for condensate from fan (fan-equipped models only)
Rinse aid dispenser mechanism
Reed switch, B8/1
Dispensing
During the main wash, the detergent solenoid (Y51) is energized (120VAC) to open
the detergent dispenser flap. The water jet from the middle spray arm flushes
detergent out of the dispenser.
Detergent Quantity
Model
Pre-Wash Compartment (cm3)
Main Wash Compartment (cm3)
C2.06
25
80
C2.09
20
70
Table 4-1: Detergent Quantity in Combination Dispensers C2.06 and C2.09
During the final rinse, the rinse aid solenoid (Y50) is energized (120VAC) to open the
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dispenser chamber and allow rinse aid to be dispensed into the cabinet.
Note:
The rinse aid only flows from the reservoir into the dispenser chamber when the
front door is fully opened at the end of a program.
The quantity taken into the dispenser chamber depends on the dispenser selector
setting.
Rinse Aid Quantity
Dispenser Selector
Setting
1
2
3
4
5
6
Rated Quantity (mL)
Lower Limit (mL)
Upper Limit (mL)
1
2
3
4
5
6
0.8
1.8
2.8
3.8
4.5
4.5
1.8
2.8
3.8
4.8
5.5
7.0
Table 4-2: Rinse Aid Dispensing (Combination Dispensers C2.06 and C2.09)
When the rinse aid light turns on, an additional 2 to 5 dispensings (at setting 2)
remain available.
Note:
To allow proper filling of the rinse aid dispenser, rinse aid should only be added with
the door in the fully open position.
4.4
Heaters
During the main wash and final rinse portions of a wash cycle, the water is heated to
the program’s specified temperature before advancing to the next step in the
program (e.g., Thermal Stop).
The water is heated using one of two systems (cavity-style or flow-through).
4.4.1
Wash Cavity Heater Element
Figure 4-2: Cavity-Style Heater Element
The heater element is mounted just off the floor of the wash cavity. When powered
(120VAC), the element radiates heat, thereby heating the surrounding and circulating
water. The temperature of the water is monitored by the temperature sensor
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mounted in the sump.
Heater element switching is performed by the electronic via a relay. The relay (when
energized) closes contacts to provide the heater element with 120VAC. A
temperature limiter mounted with the element provides protection by opening up the
circuit should the temperature become too high.
4.4.2
Flow-Through Heater
The flow-through heater assembly is mounted on the (left side) exterior of the wash
cabinet. The flow-through heater is plumbed into the water path between the
circulation pump output and the middle spray arm.
The flow-through heater consists of a heater element mounted parallel to a metal
tube that water passes through when the dishwasher is circulating.
As water flows through the metal tube, the water is heated and exits through the
middle spray arm. As the water falls to the bottom of the wash cavity, it passes
through the filter and re-enters the circulation pump; the process then repeats. The
temperature sensor monitors the water temperature until the program’s specified
temperature is reached. Generally, the water heats at a rate of about 20 degrees per
minute.
Heater element switching is performed by the electronic via a relay. The relay (when
energized) closes contacts to provide the heater element with 120VAC. Two
temperature limiters are mounted along the element and provide protection by
opening up the circuit should the temperature become too high.
1
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
Figure 4-3: Flow-Through Heater Element
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Water output to middle spray arm
Thermal limiters (safety cutouts)
Heater element (120VAC)
Water intake from circulation pump
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Voltage
Output power
120VAC
1.5kW
9.6kΩ
Rated load
Table 4-3: Flow-Through Heater Electrical Data
4.5
Heater Circuit Operation
Figure 4-4: Heater Circuit
4.6
Pulsed Heating – Operation
In certain programs, heating may be operated at full power until a water temperature
of 77°F is reached, after which power is applied in pulses. This extends the heating
time and allows enzyme-containing detergents to develop their full cleaning potential.
Pulsed heating operates as follows:
ƒ 1 minute heater element on.
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ƒ
1 minute heater element off.
The number of pulse cycles is limited to a maximum of 11. If the program’s specified
temperature has not been reached, heating will resume using full power. Once the
program’s temperature has been reached, the electronic advances to the next step in
the program. If the temperature cannot be reached (e.g., heater failure) within a
specified time, the program will advance but a heating fault will be stored in the
electronic.
4.7
Temperature Protection
The two (2) temperature limiters (1F2 and 2F2) mounted on the body of the flowthrough heater are designed to open the heater circuit should the temperature
become too high. When the temperature drops back to normal, the temperature
limiters will not reset automatically and must be reset manually (via the red button on
the back of the heater).
Additional protection is provided by the electronic, which switches the appliance off
and stores an F4 fault code should the temperature exceed 194°F (90°C) as
determined by the temperature sensor.
4.8
Static Drying
The static drying system uses no electrical or mechanical components to assist in
drying. With this system the final rinse water is heated to 154°F (68°C), not the usual
150°F (67°C). The dishwasher cabinet is made of stainless steel and conducts the
heat generated during the final rinse. As the final rinse ends, this stored thermal
energy radiates and assists in drying.
4.9
Spray Arms
The circulation pump (M6) moves the wash water from the sump through the filter
assembly and to the spray arms. The water pressure creates a propulsion effect,
which causes the spray arms to rotate.
Top spray arm
30 to 55 rpm
Middle spray arm
16 to 40 rpm
Bottom spray arm
24 to 50 rpm
Table 4-4: Spray Arm Rotation Speeds
4.10
Filter Assembly
Circulating wash water is filtered via 2 parallel paths. A portion of the water flows
through the center opening of the coarse filter and passes through the microfine
filter. The remaining water passes through the large surface area fine filter. The
coarse filter is attached to the filter combination handle. If dispensed powder
detergent should fall into the microfine filter, it will remain on the filter cap where it
can dissolve, instead of collecting in the drain outlet. Foreign objects which pass the
coarse filter to the microfine filter collect on the filter cap so they won’t clog the drain
outlet.
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1
2
3
4
Coarse filter/handle
Large surface area fine filter
Microfine filter
Filter cap
Figure 4-5: Filter Assembly
4.11
Water Intake – Technical Data
Solenoid valve
electrical
connection
Flow pressure
(psi)
120VAC (60Hz)
14.5 - 145
Flow rate
(gal/min)
60cm
model
45cm
model
1.3
1.1
Connection
1
lead length
Threaded
union
5 feet (1.5m)
¾” hose
Cutout
dimensions
for valve
assembly
housing
2” x 4”
Table 4-5: WaterProof System Data
1
The standard WaterProof system can be exchanged for a 15-foot (4.5m) version. With
dishwashers from index 24 (additional seal under both solenoid valves), a 5’ (1.5m) metal hose
can be connected to the WPS valve as an extension.
Restrictor color
Green
Gray
White
Blue
Flow rate
1.1 gal/min (4.1L/min)1
1.3 gal/min (4.9L/min)2
1.4 gal/min (5.25L/min)
1.6 gal/min (6.0L/min)
Table 4-6: Flow Restrictor Data
1
2
Standard with 45cm (Slimline) models
Standard with 60cm (full-size) models
Water Inlet Mixer
120VAC 60Hz
Wash water hardness solenoid valve (Y5)
13.5 fl.oz. (400mL) for 60cm model
Softener reactivation reservoir capacity
11.5 fl.oz. (340mL) for 45cm model
Flow meter
Approx. 200-220 pulses/liter
Table 4-7: Water Inlet Mixer Data
4.12
WaterProof System (WPS)
The water inlet valve (Y2) consists of two (2) electromechanical valves mounted
within a waterproof box located at the water connection (end of the water intake
hose).
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The valves are physically and electrically mounted in series to ensure that if one
valve should fail (e.g., due to blockage caused by a foreign object) the water flow will
still be switched off by the other valve.
Figure 4-6: WaterProof System Connection
The water inlet system is protected by the WaterProof System (WPS), which uses an
outer sleeve to protect the water inlet hose and valves.
If a valve or the hose should leak, the leaking water will flow along the outer sleeve
to the drip pan in the bottom of the appliance. When a certain amount of water
collects in the drip pan, the float switch (B8/3) is actuated (see Figure 4-8).
With the float switch actuated, power that is normally distributed throughout the
appliance is re-directed to the drain pump. The drain pump will continuously operate
when the appliance is turned on and the door is closed. Normal operation and
program selection are not possible during this time.
Warning!
ƒ If the WPS is replaced, always ensure that the correct flow restrictor is installed.
ƒ The WaterProof system only operates with the door closed and the dishwasher
switched on.
ƒ To ensure optimal protection, the water connection should be at least 8 inches
(20cm) higher than the floor on which the dishwasher is standing.
ƒ The connection hose must be routed so that no point is higher than the
connection housing.
For further details, refer to the model-specific operating or installation manual.
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B1/2
B8/3
M8
S2
S24
Y2
Overflow level switch
Overflow float switch
Drain pump
Main switch (pushbutton switch)
Door contact switch
Water intake solenoid valve (2 off)
(WaterProof system)
Figure 4-7: WaterProof System Circuit - Normal Operating Position
Figure 4-8: WPS Circuit - Water in Drip Pan Activates Float Switch B8/3
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4.13
Flow Meter – Operation
The incoming water turns an impeller that contains a magnet located in the flow
meter axle. As the axle rotates (impeller turns), an external reed switch is switched
on or off by the effect of the magnet. The electronic monitors the number of pulses to
determine the volume of incoming water. For each 0.26 gallons (1 liter) of water,
approximately 200 pulses should be registered.
1 Reed switch
2 Housing
3 Magnet (could also be mounted directly
on an impeller blade)
4 Impeller
5 Housing cap
Figure 4-9: Flow Meter Assembly Components (External Flow Meter Shown)
4.14
Water Intake
If the water pressure is low, the electronic can be programmed to increase the
allotted intake duration from 2 minutes to up to 4 minutes.
For further information, refer to Section 6 (“Fault Diagnosis”).
4.15
Water Mixing
4.15.1
External Flow Meter
Refer to Figure 4-10.
The supply water flows into the WaterProof System (Item 10), to the water intake
assembly, where it passes a non-return valve (Item 6). The non-return valve
prevents a reflux of water from the machine into the supply should a vacuum develop
in the system.
The water path is then divided at the bypass (Item 5), and up to 5% of the water
flows directly into the cabinet without passing through the water softener. Depending
on the water hardness selector setting (Item 4), a proportion of the water flows
directly into the cabinet via the cabinet ventilation (Item 9). The remaining water fills
the reservoir in the water inlet (Item 7) for later reactivation of the softener. When the
reservoir is full, water flows through the ion exchanger (Item 14) and the intake
opening in the sump (Item 2) to enter the cabinet.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Ion exchanger (softener) input
Intake opening in sump
Ion exchanger (softener) output
Water softener selector
Water bypass
Non-return device
Water reservoir
Water intake channel
Cabinet ventilation
WaterProof system valve Y2
Salt container
Solenoid valve Y38/1
Non-return valve
Ion exchanger
Figure 4-10: Water Intake System with Integrated Flow Meter
Figure 4-11: Water Hardness Selector
With correct programming and operation, the water softener should supply water with
a hardness level < 4° in all wash programs. With certain types of glass it may be
necessary to set the wash water hardness individually to avoid possible glass
corrosion. Depending on the water hardness, the selector at the water intake must
be set to between 0 - 3 (non-Plus models only). This sets the quantity of supply
water flowing directly into the cabinet without passing the water softener. For details,
see the model-specific operating manual.
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4.15.2
Integrated Flow Meter
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Drain pump
Sump
Sump soft water intake
Water softener soft water outlet
Solenoid valve Y2 (WPS)
Water inlet mixer
Water inlet mixer intake and outlet
Steam condenser control valve Y6
Solenoid valve Y38/1 (reactivation)
Salt container
Salt container intake
Non-return device
Water softener hard water intake
Ion exchanger
Figure 4-12: Water Path with Integrated Flow Meter
The water intake hose from the WaterProof System (WPS) is connected to the water
inlet mixer (Figure 4-13, Item 6). Hard water flows through the integrated flow meter
(Figure 4-13, Item 1), and into the intake channel (Figure 4-13, Item 3), to solenoid
valve Y5 (Figure 4-13, Item 4).
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1 Flow meter B3/4
2 Surrounding test channel, for
production purposes only
3 Supply water intake channel
4 Wash-water hardness solenoid Y5
5 Valve pin
6 Ball valve
7 Softener reactivation reservoir
8 Overflow
9 Non-return device
10 Cabinet ventilation
11 Vent
12 Soft water intake from water softener
13 Water outlet to sump
14 Water outlet from water reservoir for
softener
15 Water outlet to softener
16 Water intake from WaterProof System
(WPS)
Figure 4-13: Water Inlet Mixer
4.15.3
Operating Solenoid Valve (Y5) (Plus Models Only)
With no voltage to Y5, the valve pin (Figure 4-14, Item 5) closes the channel for
cabinet ventilation. The non-softened water then flows behind the valve pin (Figure
4-14, Item 5.1), through an opening in the water channel (Figure 4-14, Item 3.2).
From here it flows upwards to the ball valve (Figure 4-13, Item 6), where a small
proportion of the water passes through a small bypass in the ball valve to the water
reservoir (Figure 4-13, Item 7), for later use during softener reactivation.
Note:
After softener reactivation, the reservoir is filled again by the time the third water
intake has taken place.
The majority of the water, blocked by the ball valve at the water reservoir inlet, flows
through the water channel (Figure 4-13, Item 3.3), to the water mixer outlet and then
to the water softener (Figure 4-13, Item 5). After passing through the water softener,
the now soft water flows via the soft water intake (Figure 4-13, Item 12), back into the
water inlet mixer. It then flows past the non-return device (Figure 4-13, Item 9), into
the sump (Figure 4-13, Item 13).
With voltage applied to Y5, the valve pin is drawn back and a portion of the hard
water flows through the hole into the channel (Figure 4-14, Item 3.1), via the cabinet
ventilation port. This mixing of hard water with the soft water allows the wash water
hardness to be adjusted more precisely.
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Figure 4-14: Water Hardness Mixer Solenoid
4.16
Electronically Controlled Water Hardness (EGS)
To avoid possible glass corrosion, the wash water hardness level should not exceed
or fall below
ƒ 45 ppm in programs with heating
ƒ 71 ppm in programs without heating
With water hardness below 286 ppm (under 232 ppm in heating steps), solenoid
valve Y5 is activated to add a proportion of hard water to the cabinet. The proportion
added in this way is fixed and depends on the supply water hardness level
programmed into the electronic.
The EGS system is not active in all wash programs, but it can be programmed if
required. The additional Top solo function has no influence on the EGS system.
The EGS system is not active in the following cases:
ƒ In programs Universal Plus 55°, Universal Plus 65° or Economy (standard
setting).
ƒ If the programmed water hardness is above 286 ppm.
ƒ In the program when the softener is being reactivated.
ƒ When flushing the water softener after reactivation.
ƒ If no water softener is installed.
ƒ If the “Without Softener” function has been programmed.
Note:
If a water softener is installed but has been deactivated (programmed for “without
softener”), then the incoming water flows directly into the cabinet via the solenoid
valve only. However, a small quantity (approximately 1 liter) of water still flows
through the water softener system to prevent mold from forming.
4.17
Water Softener
The water softener consists of 2 compartments - a salt container and an ion
chamber. It also has a mechanical non-return valve, a solenoid valve and a reed
switch/magnetic float switch.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Salt level float switch (reed switch) B8/2
Salt container
Water exit
Ion exchanger
Supply water intake on underside
Softener solenoid valve Y38/1
Intake for water for reactivation from
reservoir in water mixer
Figure 4-15: Water Softener
Incoming water flows through the intake assembly and into the ion exchanger. When
the water flows through the softener, the calcium and magnesium ions are
exchanged for sodium ions, which soften the water. The softened water flows into
the cabinet via a port in the sump.
4.17.1
Reactivation
The electronic activates the softener valve (Y38/1) and water from the water intake
assembly flows into the salt container, where it dissolves a quantity of salt to become
a brine mixture.
The saturation point, above which the water cannot dissolve any more salt, is
approximately 40%. The brine then flows past a mechanical non-return valve into the
ion exchanger and flushes the existing water into the sump. The built-in non-return
valve in the softener prevents the brine from mixing with the incoming water during
normal operation.
The brine flushes the resin in the ion exchanger, and replaces the retained calcium
and magnesium ions with sodium ions. At the next program start, the incoming water
flushes out the remaining brine and hardness minerals before the actual dishwashing
program begins.
4.17.2
Reactivation Cycles
The salt in the salt container is sufficient for several reactivation cycles, as it is not
dissolved all at once. As the quantity of salt in the salt container drops, the
concentration of the brine decreases. When a specific concentration is reached, the
float (containing a magnet) activates the float switch. The salt indicator is then
illuminated to advise the operator that the softener system needs salt. The
dishwasher operates with consumption-linked reactivation. After a certain number of
programs, the electronic activates the solenoid valve (Y38/1) at the end of the final
rinse cycle and starts the reactivation process. (Refer to Table 4-8.) If Technical
Information several other programs, such as Economy, are operated between two
Universal 65°C programs, the electronic calculates the probable quantity of water
used and the approximate number of equivalent Universal 65°C programs.
Therefore, the figures provided in Table 4-8 can be considered as a guide only.
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Number of program sequences before
reactivation (Universal 65°C)
Water hardness
Parts per
million
Grains per
gallon
Normal water quantity
Increased water quantity
18 to 71
1 to 4.1
18
12
89 to 107
5.2 to 6.2
13
8
125
7.3
12
8
143 to 179
8.3 to 10.4
7
5
196 to 214
11.4 to 12.4
6
4
232 to 250
13.5 to 14.5
5
3
268 to 304
15.5 to 17.6
4
2
321 to 375
18.6 to 21.8
3
1
394 to 625
22.8 to 36.3
2
1
1
1
643 to 1250
37.3 to 72.5
Table 4-8: Reactivation Cycle Timing
4.18
Condenser Drying (UKT)
Does not apply to all dishwasher models.
4.18.1
Operation
An air inlet port is located on the back/left area of the cavity ceiling. An air duct is
installed on the port and attaches to the condenser assembly. During the drying
portion of a program, moist air within the cabinet is drawn through the condenser
assembly via the condenser fan (M2). As the cabinet air passes the cold-water
reservoir (inside the condenser), water vapor forms and exits the condenser (as
water) via the port on the left wall of the cabinet. The cooling bank within the
condenser assembly utilizes water from the intake/ softening system controlled by
the electronic via the condenser control valve (Y6).
4.18.2
Technical Data
Control valve (Y6): 120VAC, 60Hz
Cold-water reservoir: 750mL
4.18.3
Control Valve
The Miele circulation condenser drying system consists of a steam condenser
(Figure 4-16, Item 4) with circulation fan. The steam condenser contains a cold-water
reservoir over which an air duct passes (moist air from the cabinet is passed through
this air duct). The cold water and the air duct are separated by a 0.5mm-thick
membrane, which provides the condensing surface. The fan (Figure 4-16, Item 2),
takes in moist air from the top of the cabinet (Figure 4-16, Item 5), and passes it over
the condensing surface, where it is cooled, then blows it back into the cabinet via the
opening in the lower area of the side panel (Figure 4-16, Item 3). The water vapor
that is condensed out during cooling flows down and enters the cabinet via the
opening in the lower area of the side panel. Some vapor may condense out in the
fan; this vapor flows out via a hole in the bottom of the fan housing to the drip pan,
where it evaporates.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Condenser control valve Y6
Fan M2
Vent/water port from condenser
Steam condenser assembly
Air duct (condenser intake)
Water intake assembly
Water hardness solenoid valve Y5
Cabinet vent/water port (un-softened)
Flow meter B3/4
Reactivation valve Y38
Softener
Figure 4-16: Condenser Drying System Components
If no voltage is applied to control valve Y6, the path between positions 1 and 3 in
Figure 4-17 is always open, so, during every water intake, the cold-water reservoir in
the steam condenser is filled with water from the water softener. If the reservoir is
full, excess water overflows at its top edge, then flows down and enters the cabinet
via the opening in the lower area of the side panel.
If voltage is applied to the control valve during water intake stages, the path between
positions 1 and 2 in Figure 4-17 is also open (this is marked with +K in the program
timing chart). Soft water will flow into the water mixer and then into the cabinet.
1 Soft water from water softener
2 Soft water to water mixer
3 Soft water to condenser module
Figure 4-17: Control Valve Y6
4.19
Drain Pump, Circulation Pump
The drain pump (M8) is located below the cabinet and connects to the right/front of
the sump. The pump removes the wash water through the non-return valve and drain
hose to the on-site drain. The drain pump is controlled/powered by the electronic.
Note:
If the on-site drain is below the level of the guides for the bottom basket, the
drain must be vented to prevent siphoning. See the appropriate
operating/installation instructions or call Technical Support for assistance.
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During dishwashing, the circulation pump (M6) takes in the wash water from the side
of the sump through the microfine filter and the large surface area filter and pumps it
to the spray arms. During drainage, the drain pump removes water out from below
the microfine filter. This change of direction in the water flow assists in flushing out
any residues that may have been retained within the filter. Water passes through the
non-return valve and then to the on-site drain.
A bimetallic switch is integrated into the circulation pump motor windings and serves
as a safety cutoff should the temperature exceed 150°C (302°F). After a coolingdown phase, which can be anywhere from 10 minutes to 1 hour, the switch resets
automatically. If the switch is faulty, the circulation pump motor assembly must be
replaced.
Type
Voltage
Rated
power
Pump
pressure
Flow
rate
Max. head
height
Max. hose
length
Circulation
pump
120VAC
120W
3.6psi
18.2
gal/ min
-
-
Drain pump
120VAC
65W
-
4.2 gal/
min
39 inches
13 feet
Table 4-9: Circulation and Drain Pump Data
4.20
Heater Level Switch (Heater Pressure Switch)
Heater pressure switch B1/10 is located directly on the circulation pump and
actuates when water is present and circulating (producing pressure). The switch is
monitored by the electronic and is electrically in series with the heater relay.
If sufficient water and circulation is not present the switch is not actuated; this keeps
the heater relay circuit interrupted, which causes the appliance to malfunction and a
fault to be stored in the electronic.
Should the switch be faulty and remain constantly actuated, the appliance will
malfunction and a fault will be stored in the electronic.
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Figure 4-18: Heater Pressure Switch – Contact Positions and Current Paths
4.21
Level Switch (Intake Overflow)
As an additional safety measure, the overflow level switch (B1/2) is electrically in
series with the water inlet valves (Y2). The level switch interrupts power if the water
level inside the cabinet becomes too high.
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Figure 4-19: Water Intake/Level Switch Circuit
4.22
Temperature Sensor
Temperature sensor R30 (NTC resistor) is located in the bottom area of the sump.
The electronic constantly monitors the water temperature using the resistance value
of the sensor. If the resistance is less than 14.9kΩ ±750Ω at 68°F, a fault is
registered.
Temperature Sensor R30 Resistance Values
Temperature (°F (°C))
Resistance (kΩ)
Tolerance (Ω) = ±5%
32 (0)
38.000
±1900
41 (5)
29.700
±1490
50 (10)
23.400
±1170
59 (15)
18.600
±930
68 (20)
14.900
±750
77 (25)
12.000
±600
86 (30)
9.750
±490
95 (35)
7.800
±390
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Temperature Sensor R30 Resistance Values
Temperature (°F (°C))
Resistance (kΩ)
Tolerance (Ω) = ±5%
104 (40)
6.600
±330
113 (45)
5.400
±270
122 (50)
4.500
±230
131 (55)
3.800
±190
140 (60)
3.200
±160
149 (65)
2.700
±140
158 (70)
2.300
±120
167 (75)
2.000
±100
176 (80)
1.700
±85
185 (85)
1.500
±75
194 (90)
1.300
±65
199 (93)
1.160
±58
203 (95)
1.090
±55
Table 4-10: Temperature Sensor R30 Resistance Values
4.23
Top Solo Valve
The Top solo valve (Y27) is located between the circulation pump and the sump
within the plumbing circuit to the bottom spray arm. If the Top solo option is
selected, water is directed to the top and middle spray arms only. An electromagnet
(Figure 4-20, Item 3) releases a plastic ball during the water intake, wash and/or
rinse stages into the valve body (Figure 4-20, Item 2). This ball is now unlocked and
the water pressure pulls it free of the bottom part of the valve and presses it against
the output opening (Figure 4-20, Item 4). This almost completely closes the channel
to the bottom spray arm. A bypass opening (a small square cutout in the output
opening) allows a minimal quantity of water to flow to the bottom spray arm to keep
the jets free of food residue deposits.
Note:
The Top solo valve is activated after 2.5 liters of water is present inside the
appliance.
1
2
3
4
Intake opening
Valve body
Top solo solenoid
Output opening
Figure 4-20: Circulation Pump, Highlighting Components for the Top Solo Feature
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4.24
Turbidity Sensor (ECO Sensor)
Certain models of dishwashers are equipped with a turbidity (ECO) sensor. The
sensor is comprised of a phototransistor that emits a beam of light through the water
path. On the opposite side of the sensor is a photoelectric switch (receiver). The
amount of light capable of passing through the water is based on the turbidity
(transparency) of the water. The amount of light received affects the current flow of
the sensor and is used by the electronic to calculate the condition of the water.
If clean water is present, the light flow is near 100%. As the water becomes dirty, the
amount of light received is reduced.
During certain program steps (refer to the model-specific timing chart), the sensor is
monitored to determine the condition of the water.
Example:
At the end of the pre-wash, the water is checked via the turbidity sensor. If the water
is clean enough, the program will change by eliminating the drain at the end of the
pre-wash and the fill at the beginning of the main wash. The same water will
continue to be used to reduce water consumption.
If the turbidity sensor and electronic determine the water to be “dirty”, then the
program will continue with a drain at the end of the pre-wash, and a fill during the
main wash.
2 Photoelectric switch line
3 Phototransistor line
4 5V
Figure 4-21: Turbidity Sensor (ECO Sensor)
The sensor is located within the plumbing connection between the circulation pump
and top spray arm. In order to compensate for residues on the sensor and ageing of
the optical system, the turbidity sensor is re-calibrated automatically every time the
dishwasher runs a program (the steps on the timing chart are marked with a “T”). To
prevent residues from drying on the sensor surface, the sensor remains in water
after the drainage cycle.
4.25
Electronic – Power Outputs
The electronic controls all components within the dishwasher. The activation of
components requiring 120VAC power is handled by thyristors and relays within the
electronic. The individual components of the electronic are not replaceable. If a
component on the electronic requires replacement, the electronic must be replaced
as an assembly.
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Component Part
Activation
Circulation pump M6
Relay
Drain pump M8
Relay
Heater relay 1K/1 solenoid
Thyristor
Power supply relay 1K/6 solenoid
Via switch S2 (EWZ 548)
WaterProof System solenoid valves
Thyristor
Reactivation solenoid valve
Thyristor
Detergent dispenser Y51 solenoid
Thyristor
Rinse aid dispenser Y50 solenoid
Table 4-11: Activation of Components
4.25.1
Thyristor
Programming after Replacing the Electronic
In addition to intake duration and water softener settings, certain dishwasher
electronics need to be programmed for dishwasher width (45cm or 60cm).
For further details, refer to the model-specific programming and service mode
information.
4.25.2
Electronic Modes
The electronic modes are divided into 3 levels:
ƒ Programming mode
ƒ Service mode 1
ƒ Service mode 2
Programming mode is intended for user access. Service modes 1 and 2 are
designed to be accessed only by qualified service personnel.
Note:
While in service or programming mode, if the dishwasher is switched off or the door
is opened, the dishwasher will automatically exit the current mode and return to
normal operating mode.
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5.0
Service and Maintenance
5.1
Locking Plate Adjustment
1. Loosen the two screws (Figure 5-1, Item 1).
2. Adjust the locking plate in the direction of the arrow as required.
3. Tighten the screws.
Figure 5-1: Locking Plate
5.2
Door Seal Replacement
1. Open the door.
2. Remove the old seal.
3. Clean the groove around the cabinet.
Note:
Coating the seal with water may simplify installation.
4. Press the new seal in the groove; see Figure 5-2, Item 1. The seal lip should
point inwards.
5. Then press the middle of the new seal into the groove under the locking plate;
see Figure 5-2, Item 2. At the same time, press the seal into the corners.
6. Now press the remaining seal parts into the groove, working upwards in the
direction of the arrows; see Figure 5-2, Item 3.
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Figure 5-2: Seal Install Guide
5.3
Side Panel Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Uninstall the appliance.
Remove the raised-head screws (Figure 5-3, Items 1 and 3).
Open the door.
Remove the raised-head screws (Figure 5-3, Item 2).
Remove the side panels.
Figure 5-3: Side Panel Removal
Note:
When reinstalling the side panels, install the bottom lip of the panel into the edge of
the drip pan.
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5.4
Spring Bracket Replacement
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove the side panels; refer to Section 5.3.
Fold up the mineral wool matting (depending on model).
Hold the spring with one hand and pull it down.
Release the cable from the bracket (Figure 5-4, Item 3).
Unhook the spring (Figure 5-4, Item 1).
Remove the raised-head screws (Figure 5-4, Item 2).
Remove the bracket.
Caution!
With the springs removed from the
door, the door has no tension.
Figure 5-4: Side View, Door with Basket
5.5
Cover Plate Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the two screws and the plinth (toekick).
Remove the raised-head screws (Figure 5-5, Item 1).
Tilt the cover plate forwards slightly and lift its bottom edge out of the drip pan.
Remove the cover plate.
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Figure 5-5: Cover Plate
Note:
When reinstalling the side panels, install the bottom lip of the panel into the edge of
the drip pan.
5.6
Connecting Strip Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the cover plate. Refer to Section 5.5.
Remove the raised-head and countersunk screws (Figure 5-6, Item 1).
Remove all components from the connecting strip.
Remove the connecting strip.
Figure 5-6: Toekick Area with Connecting Strip
5.7
Basket Support Roller Replacement
1. Open the door.
2. Remove the top basket.
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Warning!
The basket guide must not be levered off in the area of the bolts (see Figure 5-7).
This could result in damage to the cabinet walls.
3. Slide out the basket guide (Figure 5-7, Item 1) until the clip (Figure 5-8, Item 1)
between the bolt on the cabinet wall and the basket guide is visible.
Figure 5-7: Basket Guide
Figure 5-8: Clip with Bolt
4. Insert a small screwdriver under the clip between the bolt on the cabinet wall and
the basket guide and remove the clip upwards.
5. Remove the basket guide.
Note:
If the clip is damaged during removal, it must be replaced.
6. Bend open the holder tag for the rear stopper in the direction of the arrow (Figure
5-9, Item 1).
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Figure 5-9: Basket Guide Stopper
7. Remove the rear stopper in the direction of the arrow (Figure 5-10, Item 1).
8. Bend the other holder tag in the direction of the arrow (Figure 5-10, Item 2).
Figure 5-10: Stopper Removal
9. Remove the old support rollers.
10. Slide the clips onto the new support rollers.
11. Insert 2 new support rollers in the basket guide.
12. Reinstall the stopper.
13. Bend the holder tags back into position.
14. Reinstall the clips on the 2 new support rollers. Align the rollers with the bolts.
Press the basket guide with the new support rollers firmly onto the bolts until the
rollers clip into place.
5.8
Removing the Combination Dispenser
1. Remove the door outer panel. See Section 5.10.
2. Disconnect all electrical connections and the hose (if equipped with a fan) from
the dispenser.
Note:
Plug connection leads are different lengths to help avoid incorrect connection.
3. Remove the raised-head screws (Figure 5-11, Item 1).
4. Release the retaining clips downwards in the direction of the arrow (see Figure 511) and remove the dispenser assembly.
5. Install a new combination dispenser.
6. On models without a fan, install a stopper in the connection for the condensate
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hose.
7. Check for proper operation.
Figure 5-11: Combination Dispenser Removal
5.9
Turbothermic Fan Removal
1. Remove the outer door panel. Refer to Section 5.10.
2. Remove the control panel. Refer to Section 5.47.
3. Remove the mounting bracket. Refer to Section 5.48. Components (e.g.,
electronic, handle) can remain on the mounting bracket.
4. Disconnect the connection plugs and the hose connection to the combination
dispenser (Figure 5-12, Item 2).
5. Open the door.
6. Using needlenose pliers, turn the fan cover (filter) on the door inner panel in the
direction of the arrow to release it from the bayonet fitting.
7. Remove the fan and seal.
Note:
When re-installing, insert the two
lugs on the fan in the holes
provided.
Figure 5-12: Turbothermic Fan Removal
5.10
Door Panel (Outer and Inner) Removal
Note:
This procedure does NOT apply to pre-finished models.
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Outer door panel:
1. Remove the GDU or custom panel.
2. Open the appliance door.
3. While supporting the outer door panel, remove the six (6) screws from the inside
edge of the panel.
4. Lower the panel to remove.
Inner door panel:
1. Remove the control panel. Refer to Section 5.47.
2. Remove the mounting bracket. Refer to Section 5.48. Components (e.g.,
electronic, handle) can remain on the mounting bracket.
3. Remove the insulated matting between the inner and outer door panels.
4. Remove the combination dispenser. See Section 5.8.
5. Remove the lock assembly. Refer to Section 5.12.
6. Remove the fan (if applicable). See Section 5.9.
7. Disconnect the ground wire.
8. Remove the screws (Figure 5-13, Item 3).
9. Open the door. Remove the raised-head screws (Figure 5-13, Item 4).
10. Remove the inner door panel in an upward direction.
Figure 5-13: Inner Door Panel Removal
5.11
Cable Holder Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the door outer panel. See Section 5.10.
Open the cable holder cover with a screwdriver.
Remove the raised-head screw (Figure 5-14, Item 1).
Remove the cable holder.
Figure 5-14: Cable Holder Removal
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5.12
Lock/Handle Assembly Removal
Caution!
Ensure that power is disconnected at the wall outlet by shutting off the appropriate
circuit breaker.
1. Remove the outer door panel. Refer to Section 5.10.
2. Remove the control panel. Refer to Section 5.47.
3. Open the door and remove the screw (Figure 5-15, Item 3).
Note:
A sealing ring is located under the countersunk screw. This sealing ring must be reinstalled during reassembly.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove the lock and cover.
Disconnect the plug contacts from the switch.
Dismantle the lock and cover.
When re-installing, ensure that the two lugs on the switch engage in the holes
provided.
Figure 5-15: Lock Removal
5.13
Door Hinge Removal
1. Remove the side panel. See Section 5.3.
2. Remove the outer door panel. See Section 5.10.
3. Remove the tensioning spring. See Section 5.4.
Warning!
Ensure that the door is held in position and supported while opening it.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Open the door. Remove the raised screws (Figure 5-16, Item 1).
Close the door. Remove the screw (Figure 5-16, Item 2).
Remove the hinge bolt retainer (Figure 5-16, Item 3).
Remove the hinge bolt (Figure 5-16, Item 4).
Remove the hinge.
Note:
When reassembling, lightly coat all moving parts with acid-free grease.
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Figure 5-16: Hinge Removal
5.14
Door Tension Adjustment
1. Open the door.
2. Locate the spring adjustment screw on the left side of the dishwasher at the top
front edge as shown in Figure 5-17.
3. Use a T-20 screwdriver to adjust the screw as follows:
ƒ Clockwise – Tighten.
ƒ Counterclockwise – Loosen.
Figure 5-17: Door Tension Adjustment Screw
4. Adjust the door as follows:
ƒ With the door opened to a 45° position, it should remain stationary (does not
continue to open OR close on its own tension).
ƒ Repeat Step 3 as needed.
Warning!
Replacement of door tension springs and/or the door panel requires readjustment of
the door tension.
5.15
Top Spray Arm Removal
1. Open the door.
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2. Press the top spray arm upwards to engage it.
3. Unscrew clockwise.
5.16
Middle Spray Arm Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.17
Open the door.
Remove the upper basket.
Press the middle spray arm upwards to engage it.
Unscrew clockwise.
Bottom Spray Arm Removal
1. Open the door.
2. Remove the lower basket.
3. Lift up on the spray arm to remove it.
5.18
Top Spray Arm Feed Pipe Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
5.19
Remove the left side panel. See Section 5.3.
Remove the top spray arm. See Section 5.15.
Unscrew the locknut on the spray arm mount.
Loosen the bottom hose clip on the feed pipe; pull off the hose.
Remove the feed pipe from its mounting bracket by lifting upward.
Middle Spray Arm Cover Removal
1. Insert a large screwdriver between the cover retainer and the metal holder on the
rear of the cabinet wall. See Figure 5-18.
2. Unclip the spray arm cover and slide it upwards.
3. Remove the cover by pulling it downward and outward.
Figure 5-18: Middle Spray Arm Cover Removal
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5.20
Middle Spray Arm Feed Pipe Removal
1. Remove the spray arm cover. See Section 5.19.
2. Remove the left side panel. See Section 5.3.
3. Remove the spring clip located at the top of the feed pipe near the flow-through
heater.
4. Lift upward on the feed pipe to remove.
Note:
When re-installing, ensure that the seal is installed on the feed pipe before
reinstallation.
5.21
Flow-Through Heater Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the left side panel. See Section 5.3.
Fold up the insulation as needed.
Disconnect the heater electrical connections.
Disconnect the top and bottom hose connections.
Lift upwards on the heater assembly (Figure 5-19, Item 2) to release it from the
retainer.
Figure 5-19: Flow-Through Heater Assembly
Note:
When replacing a flow-through heater, the old seal (Figure 5-19, Item 1) should be
replaced as well.
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5.22
Temperature Limiter Replacement
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the left side panel. See Section 5.3.
Disconnect the temperature limiter electrical connections.
Loosen the clamp from the temperature limiter using a screwdriver.
Install a new temperature limiter in the same position and secure it with the
retaining clamp, ensuring that the retaining clamp is seated correctly.
5. Reconnect the electrical connections.
5.23
Microfine Filter Replacement
1. Open the door.
2. Remove the filter assembly from the dishwasher.
3. Cut the old filter combination apart at the snap fitting between the handle and
microfine filter (Figure 5-20, Item 4).
4. Open the filter cap on the new microfine filter.
5. Place the handle and microfine filter together as shown in Figure 5-20.
Note:
ƒ Ensure that the cutout on the handle (Figure 5-20, Item 1) aligns with the cutout
on the large surface area fine filter (Figure 5-20, Item 2).
ƒ Ensure that the retaining lug on the new microfine filter (Figure 5-20, Item 3)
aligns with the cutout on the handle.
Figure 5-20: Microfine Filter Replacement
6. Apply a small amount of rinse aid to act as a lubricant while snapping the new
microfine filter into place.
7. Apply pressure with both thumbs inside the microfine filter and press it onto the
handle (see Figure 5-21) so that the parts lock together.
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Figure 5-21: Pressing and Locking the Filter Assembly
Note:
Use caution to ensure that the filter is not damaged during re-assembly.
8. Re-install the filter.
5.24
WaterProof System (WPS) Removal
1. Remove the drip pan. See Section 5.29.
2. Release the hose clamp tension and remove the intake hose from the flow meter
(or water intake assembly).
3. Disconnect the electrical connection to the solenoid valve (Y2) located near the
front of the water softener salt tank.
4. Release the locking collar tension on the back of the dishwasher and remove the
WPS by pulling outwards.
Note:
The new WPS is supplied with various flow restrictors. Ensure that the correct flow
restrictor (color-coded) is installed.
5.25
WaterProof System (WPS) Restrictor Replacement
1.
2.
3.
4.
Shut off the water supply.
Disconnect the WPS at the plumbing supply connection.
Remove the sealing washer and filter from inside the WPS connection.
Using a 5mm nut driver, press and tilt the restrictor to the side (see Figure 5-22).
Figure 5-22: Tilting the Flow Restrictor
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5. Remove the restrictor with needlenose pliers; see Figure 5-23.
Figure 5-23: Removing the Flow Restrictor
6. Install the new restrictor using a suitable 5mm nut driver.
Note:
Use care when installing a new flow restrictor. A damaged restrictor should never be
used.
5.26
Water Inlet (Diverter) Removal
1. Open the door.
2. Unscrew the connections securing the water inlet to the inside of the cabinet; see
Figure 5-24.
Figure 5-24: Water Inlet Removal
3. Remove the right side panel. See Section 5.3.
Note:
Be prepared, as residual water will remain in the water inlet and will flow out of the
inlet once hoses are disconnected.
4. Disconnect all connection hoses.
5. Remove the water inlet.
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5.27
Water Softener Operational Check
Note:
Ensure that the electronic is programmed “with water softener” before performing
the following procedure.
1. Program the electronic to the “643 – 1,250 ppm” (parts per million) softener
setting. Refer to the model-specific operating manual.
2. Remove the filter assembly. See Section 5.23.
3. Access Service Mode 1. See Section 6 for model-specific instructions.
4. Proceed to a water intake step.
5. Proceed to a drain step and drain the appliance.
6. Open the door.
7. “Cheat” the door switch into the “closed” position by using a door switch bypass
tool (P/N 05057670).
8. Turn off the water supply to the dishwasher.
9. Access Service Mode 1.
10. Refer to the model-specific timing chart, select a program, and proceed to a step
that is marked “E-REG” (softener reactivation).
11. The electronic activates the softener solenoid valve (Y38/1).
12. If water flows through the intake opening in the sump, the water softener is
operating correctly.
13. If water does not flow through the intake opening in the sump, check the
following:
a. Activation of solenoid valve Y38/1.
b. Water softener salt cap for leaks and/or damage.
c. Water softener hoses and connections.
Note:
The softener solenoid valve (Y38/1) is activated for 2 minutes during reactivation.
The water inlet is emptied in approximately 60 seconds.
5.28
Water Softener Assembly Removal
1. Open the door; remove the salt container cap and sealing ring. Remove any
excess water/brine as necessary.
2. Remove the right side panel. See Section 5.3.
3. Note the location of the hoses on the water inlet assembly; disconnect the hoses
and drain the remaining water.
4. Lay the dishwasher on its back.
5. Remove the drip pan. See Section 5.29.
6. Note the location of the hoses on the water softener; disconnect the hoses and
drain remaining water.
7. Unplug the electrical connections and remove the reed switch.
8. Release the wires from their guides on the water softener.
9. Remove the water softener.
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5.29
Drip Pan Removal
1. Lay the dishwasher on its back.
2. Remove four (4) screws from the corners of the drip pan.
3. Pull the drip pan from the appliance to remove.
5.30
Float Switch Housing Removal
1. Remove the drip pan. See Section 5.29.
2. Pull the float switch to the front.
3. Disconnect the plug.
5.31
Float Switch (B8/3) Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the float switch housing. See Section 5.30.
Unclip the top and side retainers (Figure 5-25, Items 1 and 2).
Open the float switch housing.
Remove the switch.
Figure 5-25: Float Switch Housing
5.32
Steam Condenser Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Remove the left side panel. See Section 5.3.
Open the door.
Unscrew the top air duct cap (intake connection).
Unscrew the bottom air duct cap (bayonet connection) from the steam
condenser.
Remove the top air duct.
Unclip the steam condenser from the frame.
Disconnect the hose connections.
Disconnect the fan plug.
Unscrew the heater relay retaining screw. Remove the heater relay.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Water control valve Y6 (for steam condenser)
Fan M2
Vent/water port from condenser
Steam condenser assembly
Air duct (condenser intake)
Water inlet assembly
Solenoid valve Y5 (water hardness)
Cabinet vent/water port (un-softened)
Flow meter B3/4
Reactivation valve Y38
Water softener assembly
Figure 5-26: Steam Condenser Components
5.33
Control Valve (Y6) Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Lay the dishwasher on its back.
Remove the drip pan. See Section 5.29.
Disconnect the electrical connection to the valve.
Note positions of all hoses. Disconnect the hose connections.
Remove the control valve.
Warning!
To prevent the possibility of a flooding condition, ensure that all control valve
hoses are connected correctly and are not crushed, kinked, or stretched.
5.34
Temperature Sensor (NTC) Removal
1. Remove as much water as possible from the sump.
2. Disconnect the temperature sensor electrical connection.
3. Pull the sensor outward and remove it from the sump.
Note:
During re-installation, the NTC seal should be positioned in the sump assembly
before installing the temperature sensor.
5.35
Circulation Pump (M6) Removal
1. Remove all water from the sump.
2. Remove the retaining bolt (Figure 5-27, Item 5) from the casing rear panel
(Figure 5-27, Item 4).
3. Lay the dishwasher on its back.
4. Remove the drip pan. See Section 5.30.
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5. Disconnect the connection plug (Figure 5-27, Item 7).
6. Remove the heater pressure switch. See Section 5.39.
7. Release the hose clips (Figure 5-27, Items 3 and 8).
8. Press the rear casing out slightly to remove the spacer (Figure 5-27, Item 9).
9. Loosen the circulation pump (Figure 5-27, Item 6), and remove it.
10. When re-installing, ensure that the pump seal (Figure 5-27, Item 2) is seated
correctly. Using a small amount of rinse aid may help in getting the seal
positioned correctly. Do not use liquid detergent, as this will cause an
oversudsing condition.
Figure 5-27: Circulation Pump Removal
5.36
Circulation Pump Partition and Impeller Replacement
Warning!
To avoid the risk of leaks, all parts included in the Partition/Impeller Kit should be
installed during this procedure.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove the circulation pump. See Section 5.35.
Remove the 4 screws from the pump housing (Figure 5-28, Item 1).
Open the pump housing.
Use a large screwdriver to block the motor at the cooling vanes at the rear of the
motor block (Figure 5-28, Item 3). Take care not to damage the motor winding
insulation!
Unscrew the impeller (Figure 5-28, Item 2); left-hand thread!
Remove the partition (Figure 5-28, Item 4) from the motor block.
Install the new partition and impeller.
Reassemble the pump housing. Always use a new, unpressed ring.
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Figure 5-28: Circulation Pump Components
5.37
Circulation Pump Housing Replacement
1. Remove the circulation pump. See Section 5.36.
2. Remove the four (4) screws from the pump housing (Figure 5-28, Item 1).
3. Install the new pump housing and unpressed ring.
5.38
Circulation Pump Release with Tool
1. Open the door.
2. Remove the bottom spray arm and the filter assembly. See Sections 5.17 and
5.23.
3. Slide the releasing tool’s prongs horizontally into the circulation pump intake
opening as far as possible. See Figure 5-29.
Figure 5-29: Sliding the Circulation Pump Tool into the Circulation Pump Intake Opening
4. Ensure that the prongs engage in the circulation pump impeller. See Figure 5-30.
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Figure 5-30: Engaging the Prongs in the Circulation Pump Impeller
5. Carefully turn the releasing tool back and forth about its axis to release the pump
impeller. See Figure 5-31.
Figure 5-31: Turning the Circulation Pump Tool
Note:
The circulation pump releasing tool (P/N 05585740) can be obtained by contacting
the Miele Technical Support Center at (800) 999-1360.
5.39
Heater Pressure Switch (B1/10) Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove as much water as possible from the sump.
Lay the dishwasher on its back.
Remove the drip pan. See Section 5.29.
Disconnect the electrical connection.
Unlock the heater pressure switch by turning it approximately 90°
counterclockwise (Figure 5-32, Item 1), then remove it (Figure 5-32, Item 2).
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Figure 5-32: Heater Pressure Switch and Circulation Pump
Note:
When re-installing the heater pressure switch, ensure that both tabs on the switch
are engaged in the circulation pump housing, and that the seal (Figure 5-32, Item 3)
is not pinched or kinked.
5.40
Drain Pump (M8) Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove as much water as possible from the sump.
Remove the cover plate. See Section 5.5.
Disconnect the pump electrical connection (Figure 5-33, Item 1).
Release the locking tab (Figure 5-33, Item 4).
Turn the drain pump 90° counterclockwise (Figure 5-33, Item 3) to release it from
its mounting.
Figure 5-33: Drain Pump Removal
5.41
Top Solo Valve Removal
1. Remove the circulation pump. See Section 5.35.
2. Disconnect the electrical connection.
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Warning!
It is essential to note correct position of the valve before removal. (The direction of
flow is marked by an arrow on the valve housing.)
3. Pull the valve (Figure 5-34, Item 3) away from the circulation pump.
Figure 5-34: Top Solo Valve on Circulation Pump
Note:
During re-installation of the Top solo valve, ensure that the cutout on the valve
housing engages with the lug on the circulation pump housing.
5.42
Overflow Level Switch Removal
1. Remove as much water as possible from the sump.
2. Remove the cover plate. See Section 5.5.
3. Locate the overflow level switch mounted on the right/rear side of the connecting
strip.
4. Press the retaining clips toward each other (Figure 5-35, Item A); push in to
release the switch from the frame (Figure 5-35, Item B).
5. Disconnect the switch electrical connection and hose.
Figure 5-35: Releasing the Overflow Level Switch from the Connecting Strip
5.43
Sump Removal
1. Remove as much water as possible from the sump.
2. Open the door; remove the bottom spray arm and filter assembly.
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3. Lay the dishwasher on its back.
4. Remove the drip pan. See Section 5.29.
5. Remove the circulation pump. See Section 5.35.
6. Remove the drain pump. See Section 5.40.
7. Remove the float switch assembly. See Section 5.30.
8. Remove the NTC temperature sensor. See Section 5.34.
9. Disconnect all hoses to and from the sump.
10. Unclip the wiring harness from its retainers.
11. Unscrew and remove the clamp surrounding the sump seal.
12. Lift the sump out of the cabinet.
Re-installation notes:
ƒ Apply rinse aid to the inner surface of the seal.
ƒ Install the sealing ring on the cabinet.
ƒ Align the sump with the drain connection.
Warning!
To avoid leaks on appliances without the self-tensioning clamp, the clamp should
be tightened to a gap of approximately 22mm. Refer to Figures 5-36 and 5-37.
Figure 5-36: Self-Tensioning Sump Clamp
Figure 5-37: Non-Self-Tensioning Sump Clamp; Tighten to a Gap of 22mm
5.44
Turbidity Sensor Calibration
After installing a new electronic and/or turbidity sensor, the dishwasher must be run
through a complete program without any dishes.
Note:
If the above procedure is carried out with dirty dishes, the ECO (turbidity sensor)
system will only be activated after approximately six (6) wash programs are
completed.
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5.45
Turbidity Sensor Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove as much water as possible from the sump.
Lay the dishwasher on its back.
Remove the drip pan. See Section 5.29.
Disconnect the electrical connection to the turbidity sensor.
Loosen the hose clips and remove the hoses from the sensor.
Re-installation note:
Ensure that the turbidity sensor is installed with the arrow (on the bottom of the
sensor) in the direction of the water flow.
5.46
Fully Integrated (Vi) Control Panel Removal
1. Open the door.
2. Hold the control panel (Figure 5-38, Item 9) while removing the interior screws
(Figure 5-38, Item 10).
3. Lift the control panel from the appliance.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Screws
Mounting bracket
Electronic
Door closure screw
Wiring harness
Electronic
Screws
Screws
Control panel
Panel screws
Figure 5-38: Fully Integrated (Vi) Control Panel
5.47
Novotronic and Touchtronic Control Panel Removal
Note:
On Novotronic dishwashers, the program knob (Figure 5-39, Item 1) must be
removed before the fascia (Figure 5-39, Item 4) and control panel (Figure 5-39,
Item 3). Pull the knob outward to remove it from the appliance.
1. Open the door.
2. Hold the fascia (Figure 5-39, Item 4) and control panel (Figure 5-39, Item 3) while
removing the interior screws (Figure 5-39, Item 14).
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3. Lift the fascia and control panel from the appliance.
Figure 5-39: Control Panel (Novotronic and Touchtronic)
1 Program selector switch
2 Start button
3 Control panel
4 Fascia panel
5 Door closure screw
6 Mounting bracket
7 Pushbutton switch adapter
5.48
8 Pushbutton switch cap
9 Electronic
10 Program selector switch adapter
11 Screw
12 Screws
13 On/off switch cap
14 Screw
Mounting Bracket Removal
The mounting bracket is removed to access the following components:
ƒ Turbothermic fan/PTC release
ƒ On/off button
ƒ Door handle/lock assembly
ƒ Electronic(s)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the control panel. See Section 5.46 or 5.47.
Remove one screw from each side of the door (Figure 5-40, Item A).
Support the mounting bracket; remove the top screw (Figure 5-40, Item B)
Carefully lower the mounting bracket away from the door.
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Figure 5-40: Removing the Mounting Bracket
5.49
Heater Relay and Power Relay Removal
Note: Make note of wiring positions for reinstallation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the left side panel. See Section 5.3.
Locate the relay (location varies by model).
Remove the relay bracket screw and bracket (if applicable).
Note and disconnect the electrical connections.
Slide the relay out of its bracket.
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6.0
Fault Diagnosis
6.1
General Information
Every electronically controlled Miele dishwasher has three accessible modes for
service purposes:
ƒ Programming mode
ƒ Service mode 1
ƒ Service mode 2
6.2
Programming and Service Mode Features
6.2.1
Water Hardness Programming
Note:
The water hardness value can only be programmed if the dishwasher is
programmed to the “with water softener” setting.
6.2.2
Drying Options (As Applicable)
Accessed by the customer in the programming mode for extending the duration the
turbothermic fan is on during drying.
An additional amount of time can also be programmed by a technician using service
mode 2. Refer to the model-specific timing chart for details.
6.2.3
Water Intake Duration
This setting adjusts the maximum duration the dishwasher has to fill with the proper
amount of water. The default setting is two minutes. An extended value of four
minutes can be programmed for low-pressure conditions.
Note:
Since water volume is determined by the flow meter, the dishwasher may fill in less
time than the actual programmed duration.
6.2.4
Buzzer (As Applicable)
Applies only to fully integrated (Vi) dishwashers (except Plus series). Can be used to
add an audible buzzer at the end of the program.
6.2.5
Fault Code Retrieval
Stores the last fault registered to assist in troubleshooting.
Note:
Any stored fault code must be cleared prior to performing any troubleshooting.
6.2.6
Increase Temperature
Enables a higher temperature setting during heating. Refer to the model-specific
timing chart for details.
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6.2.7
With or Without Water Softener
Used to enable or disable the water softener system.
ƒ “With water softener” = Water softener is ON
ƒ “Without water softener” = Water softener is OFF
Note:
If the water softener is not needed, the electronic should be programmed to “without
water softener.” If the electronic is programmed to “with water softener,” the
hardness value (gpg/ppm) must be programmed. See the model-specific operating
manual for further information.
6.2.8
2nd Interim Rinse
An additional rinse between the first rinse and the final rinses can be added. Refer to
the model-specific programming/service mode section for further details.
6.2.9
Width of Machine (As Applicable)
Some electronics can be installed in more than one model, and, therefore, require
programming the width of the dishwasher (full-size or Slimline) in which they are
being installed. Refer to the model-specific programming/service mode section for
further details.
6.2.10
Flow Meter Count
Stores the “numeric value” marked on the side of the flow meter to ensure proper
operating conditions.
Note:
To ensure proper appliance operation, the flow meter count must be reprogrammed
after installation of a new flow meter and/or electronic.
6.2.11
Operating Hours
Records the duration (in hours) the appliance has been operated.
6.3
Programming/Service Mode Access Procedures (ModelSpecific)
Refer to the service mode guide located at the end of this section.
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C
E
F
G
Timing Charts – General Information
A
D
B
6.4
A. Timer steps run along the left and right side of the chart, numbered 1-50. All fifty
steps do not apply to every program; refer to E and F for further information.
B. The component names and wiring diagram legends are listed here. Below
this area, each timer step indicates activation of a component based on the
location of the text. Refer to the example below.
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Water inlet valves (Y2)
Whenever the Y2 valve is
activated, an “E” is present
in the column.
Example: The water inlet valves
are activated in Steps 3 and 6.
Note: Refer to the timing chart’s legend for symbol descriptions.
C. Time column; indicates the length in time the step occurs. Minutes are on the left
side of the column, while seconds are displayed on the right side of the column.
“ZT #” refers to a thermal stop; see details below.
The minimum and
maximum amount
of time a thermal
stop can have.
C
The “ZT” in the time column
indicates a thermal stop and is
not a specified length of time.
Water continues to circulate and is heated
at a rate of about 2 degrees Fahrenheit per
minute.
Heating and circulation continue until the
program temperature is reached.
Example: In the Universal program,
thermal stop (ZT2) needs to reach 56
degrees Celsius.
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D. Timer step explained:
B
The length of this
step is 5 seconds.
Timer step 17
Circulation pump
activated
Detergent dispenser
activated
A clear (white) block in the
program chart indicates that
this step applies to the chosen
program.
E. Program choices and steps performed:
Programs available on the dishwasher
(varies by model number)
E
Follow the grid directly below the chosen
program.
Clear/white blocks ARE performed.
Black blocks ARE NOT performed.
Reminder: The Economy or Short Wash
program should be used during service!
Additional details on steps can be found at the bottom of the chart under “Additional
Functions.”
G. Additional functions provides model-specific information on what additional
functions are available and under which mode.
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G
Service mode 2
functions/options
Programming mode
functions/options
6.5
Wiring Diagrams – General Information
1
2
3
4
1 Electronic assembly (circuit boards)
2 Molex plug connectors (framed by dotted lines)
3 “Current path”; used to identify the location of the component along a numbered line.
(Example: Water inlet valve Y2 is positioned at current path 22.)
4 Wiring diagram number and applicable model number(s)
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6.6
Timing Charts and Wiring Diagrams (Model-Specific)
Refer to the timing chart and wiring diagram guide at the end of this section.
6.7
6.7.1
6.7.2
Fault Repair
Door Does Not Close Correctly
ƒ
Incorrectly installed stopper at end of top basket guide. Remove the stopper and
install it correctly; see Section 5.7.
ƒ
Door seal incorrectly installed and protrudes forwards. Remove the door seal and
install it correctly; see Section 5.2.
ƒ
Damaged door hinges. Inspect and replace hinges, as necessary; see Section
5.13.
ƒ
Power relay 1K1/6 not activated (Vi models only). Check the main switch (S2)
circuit.
Excess Foaming
ƒ
ƒ
Too much (or improper type of) detergent and/or rinse aid is being used.
1. Use the correct type and amount of detergent.
2. Reduce the setting on the rinse aid dispenser.
3. If rinse aid spills while filling the dispenser, wipe it away.
Detergent added to rinse aid dispenser. Remove the dispenser (see Section 5.8)
and thoroughly flush it out.
Note:
If the dispenser cannot be completely flushed out, replace the dispenser assembly
(see Section 5.8).
6.7.3
Detergent Not Released
ƒ
ƒ
6.7.4
Water Leaks from the Turbothermic Fan Grille
ƒ
ƒ
6.7.5
Basket incorrectly loaded.
Load the basket in accordance with the operating instructions.
Middle spray arm is blocked.
Inspect the spray arm and check rotation.
Hose between fan and dispenser is blocked. Inspect hose and replace as
necessary (see Section 5.9).
The PTC flap is not closing correctly. Inspect flap. Replace the turbothermic fan
as necessary (see Section 5.9).
Poor Drying Results
ƒ
ƒ
Incorrect dispenser setting.
Adjust setting as necessary.
Rinse aid dispenser flap not properly closed. The rinse aid container filled with
water during program operation.
1. Flush the dispenser; refill with new rinse aid.
2. Replace dispenser assembly as necessary; see Section 5.8.
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Rinse aid not being dispensed/released.
Ensure that dispenser is operating.
Note:
Rinse aid should only be added with the door fully open so that it can flow properly
into the reservoir. Ensure that the flap is closed and locked.
6.7.6
No Drying, or Drying Too Slow
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
6.7.7
Fan run-on (cooldown) time too short. Extend the fan run-on time; see Section
6.2.2.
Fan not functioning. Check circuit; perform service as necessary.
Air outlet does not open. Check the release element and its related circuit.
Drying option not enabled. Enable the drying option; see Section 6.2.2.
Water Not Heating
ƒ
One of the temperature limiters is not functioning.
Check the temperature limiters.
Warning!
Before resetting a temperature limiter, it is essential to check why it has cut out!
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
6.7.8
Flow-through heater not functioning.
Check the heater’s electrical circuit.
Heater relay 1K1/1 not functioning.
Check the heater relay electrical circuit.
Heater pressure switch not functioning. Check the heater pressure switch
electrical circuit.
Circulation Pump Does Not Start
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
Circulation pump motor winding too hot and the winding protection device has
tripped. Foreign objects may be blocking the pump. Check for foreign objects,
jammed motor, etc.
Operating capacitor C6 defective. Check the capacitor and its electrical circuit.
If the dishwasher has not been used for an extended period of time, the axial
face seal of the circulation pump can stick, preventing the circulation pump from
starting.
1. Pour approximately 1 liter of hot water and 3 to 5 drops of rinse aid into the
sump and wait for 3 to 5 minutes. Restart the dishwasher.
2. Use the rinse pump tool to manually turn the circulation pump (see Section
5.38).
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6.8
Programming and Service Modes
Novotronic Models
6.8.1
G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Enter Programming Mode
Water hardness settings
Heated drying (G 841, G 842 only)
Extended water intake (G 841, G 842 only)
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
To access:
Fault codes
Program index
Increased water temperature selection
Enter Service Mode 2
Water softener (with/without)
Interim rinses
Extended water intake (G 841 Plus only)
Dishwasher width setting
EGS (G 841 Plus only)
Table 6-1: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Programming Flow Chart
6.8.1.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the programming mode, close the door and turn the program
selector switch to Stop. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Start button while turning the dishwasher on. Release the
Start button within 2 seconds. A blinking Salt light indicates successful
accessing of the programming mode.
3. Turn the program selector switch to the position indicated in Table 6-2 to modify
the corresponding function.
4. Use the Start button to toggle the functions on or off.
5. After selecting options, turn the program selector switch to Stop and turn the
dishwasher off.
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Selector switch
position (o’clock)
1 to 8
Function
Options
(see Section 6.8.1.1.1)
On3
10
Heated drying2
Off
70 seconds3
11
Water intake time2
100 seconds
Table 6-2: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Programming Functions
1
2
3
6.8.1.1.1
Water hardness
Status of Start light
Light 1 to 8 on1
Off
On
Off = 70 sec
On = 100 sec
If no lights light up, the dishwasher is programmed for “without water softener”. To change to
“with water softener”, follow the steps for Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.1.3).
G 841 and G 842 only
Factory setting
Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Using Table 6-3 below, turn the program selector switch to the corresponding water
hardness position, e.g., for water hardness = 10 gpg, turn the program selector switch to
the 3 o’clock position.
4. To save: Press the Start button (Start light lights up), turn the program selector switch to
Stop and turn the dishwasher off.
Water hardness in gpg
Selector switch position (o’clock)
1-4
1
5-7
2
8-10
3
11-14
4
15-17
5
18-21
6
22-35
7
36-70
8
Table 6-3: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Water Hardness Chart
6.8.1.1.2
Checking the Water Hardness Level
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Turn the program selector switch slowly through the first 8 clock positions.
3. The Start light will light up when the programmed water hardness setting is reached.
4. Match the lit light to the water hardness chart in Table 6-3.
5. Turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.1.2
Service Mode 1
1. To access the Manual Step Mode, close the door and turn the program selector
switch to Stop. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Start button while turning the dishwasher on. Hold the Start
button for at least 2 seconds. A lit Intake/Drain light indicates successful
accessing of Service Mode 1.
3. Select a program and press the Start button.
4. Pressing the Start button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through
the program manually. If the Start button is not pressed, the program steps are
carried out automatically, in their normal order.
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Note: The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the
machine functions when stepping through a program.
5. If the dishwasher door is opened and closed or the dishwasher is turned off and
on, the service mode will be canceled and the machine will continue to advance
normally.
6.8.1.2.1
Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 11 o’clock position and press the Start button.
The test program will start and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Start button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through the
program. If the Start button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
6.8.1.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to determine which upper electronic is in the machine, to
change certain programmed functions and to access fault codes. The programmed
functions include increasing the water temperature, turning on or off the water
softener, adding an interim rinse, and setting the dishwasher width (18” or 24”).
1. To access Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the program selector switch
to Stop.
2. Turn the dishwasher off.
3. Press and hold the Start button while turning the dishwasher on. Release the
Start button and immediately press it 2 more times. Flashing Intake/Drain and
Salt lights indicates successful accessing of Service Mode 2.
4. Turn the program selector switch to the appropriate position in Table 6-4 to
access the various functions of Service Mode 2.
Selector switch
position (o’clock)
1
2
Function
Options
See Table 6-5
See Table 6-6
On
4
EGS1
Off
150°F
5
Increase temperature
160°F
With
6
Water softener
Without
On
7
Increase water intake1
Off
Without
8
2 interim rinses
With
24”
10
Dishwasher width
18”
Table 6-4: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Service Mode 2 Functions
1
Fault codes
Program index
G 841 Plus only
84
Start light status
Flashing
Flashing
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
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6.8.1.3.1
Technical Information
Accessing Fault Codes
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 1 o’clock position.
3. Press the Start button once, then turn the selector switch slowly clockwise until the Start
light lights up.
4. Use the fault chart (Table 6-5) to determine which fault has been stored in the
dishwasher.
5. Turn the dishwasher off.
Selector switch position
1 o’clock
2 o’clock
3 o’clock
Fault code
F00
F01
F02
Fault
No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch position not
4 o’clock
F03
found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened or
5 o’clock
F04
defective electrical component in heating circuit
6 o’clock
F05
Water drainage failure, heater level switch
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of water
7 o’clock
F06
intake
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of water
8 o’clock
F07
intake
9 o’clock
F08
Water intake failure, heater level switch
Heater level switch not switching on at the end
10 o’clock
F09
of thermal stops
Table 6-5: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Fault Code Chart
6.8.1.3.2
Deleting Stored Fault Codes
Access Programming Mode and turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.1.3.3
Program Index
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 2 o’clock position. The Start light flashes.
3. Press the Start button once, then turn the program selector switch slowly clockwise until
the Start light lights up. The program selector switch position will determine the
corresponding program index, as shown in Table 6-6 below.
4. Turn the dishwasher off.
Program selector position
Program index
Electronic version
1 o’clock
P0
EPLG 540
2 o’clock
P1
For future modifications
3 o’clock
P3
Table 6-6: G 841, G 841 Plus, G 842 Program Indices
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6.8.2
G 848
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Enter Programming Mode
Water hardness settings
Extended drying 4.5 - 14 minutes
Water intake time
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
To access:
Error messages
Program index
Increased water temperature selection
Enter Service Mode 2
Water softener (with/without)
Interim rinses
Extended drying 14 - 45 minutes
Dishwasher width setting
Table 6-7: G 848 Programming Flow Chart
6.8.2.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the programming mode, close the door and turn the program
selector switch to Stop. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Start button while turning the dishwasher on. Release the
Start button within 2 seconds. A blinking Salt light indicates successful
accessing of the programming mode.
3. Turn the program selector switch to the position indicated in Table 6-8 to modify
the corresponding function.
4. Use the Start button to toggle the functions on or off.
5. After selecting options, turn the program selector switch to Stop and turn the
dishwasher off.
Selector switch
position (o’clock)
1 to 8
Function
Options
Status of Start light
Water hardness
See Section 6.8.2.1.1
On2
Off
70 seconds2
100 seconds
Light 1 to 8 on1
Off
On
Off = 70 sec
On = 100 sec
9
Extended drying
11
Water intake time
Table 6-8: G 848 Programming Functions
1
2
If no lights light up, the dishwasher is programmed for “without water softener”. To change to
“with water softener”, follow the steps in Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.2.3).
Factory setting
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Technical Information
Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Using Table 6-9 below, turn the program selector switch to the corresponding water
hardness position, e.g., for water hardness = 10 gpg, turn the program selector switch to
the 3 o’clock position.
4. To save: Press the Start button (Start light lights up), turn the program selector switch to
Stop and turn the dishwasher off.
Water hardness in gpg
Selector switch position (o’clock)
1-4
1
5-7
2
8-10
3
11-14
4
15-17
5
18-21
6
22-35
7
36-70
8
Table 6-9: G 848 Water Hardness Chart
6.8.2.1.2
Checking the Water Hardness Level
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Turn the program selector switch slowly through the first 8 clock positions.
3. The Start light will light up when the programmed water hardness setting is reached.
4. Match the lit light to the water hardness chart in Table 6-9.
5. Turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.2.2
Service Mode 1
1. To access the Manual Step Mode, close the door and turn the program selector
switch to Stop. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Start button while turning the dishwasher on. Hold the Start
button for at least 2 seconds. A lit Intake/Drain light indicates successful
accessing of Service Mode 1.
3. Select a program and press the Start button.
4. Pressing the Start button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through
the program manually. If the Start button is not pressed, the program steps are
carried out automatically, in their normal order.
Note: The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the
machine functions when stepping through a program.
5. If the dishwasher door is opened and closed or the dishwasher is turned off and
on, the service mode will be canceled and the machine will continue to advance
normally.
6.8.2.2.1
Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 11 o’clock position and press the Start button.
The test program will start and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Start button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through the
program. If the Start button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
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6.8.2.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to determine which upper electronic is in the machine, to
change certain programmed functions and to access fault codes. The programmed
functions include increasing the water temperature, turning on or off the water
softener, adding an interim rinse, and setting the dishwasher width (18” or 24”).
1. To access Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the program selector switch
to Stop.
2. Turn the dishwasher off.
3. Press and hold the Start button while turning the dishwasher on. Release the
Start button and immediately press it 2 more times. Flashing Intake/Drain and
Salt lights indicates successful accessing of Service Mode 2.
4. Turn the program selector switch to the appropriate position in Table 6-10 to
access the various functions of Service Mode 2.
Program selector
switch position
1 o’clock
2 o’clock
Function
Options
Start light status
Fault codes
Program index
See Table 6-11
See Table 6-12
On
Off
150°F
Flashing
Flashing
On
Off
Off
160°F
With
Without
On
Off
Without
With
Off
On
24”
18”
On
Off
On
On
Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
4 o’clock
EGS
5 o’clock
Increase temperature
6 o’clock
Water softener
7 o’clock
Increase water intake
8 o’clock
2 interim rinses
9 o’clock
Extended drying fan
time
10 o’clock
Dishwasher width
Table 6-10: G 848 Service Mode 2 Functions
6.8.2.3.1
Accessing Fault Codes
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 1 o’clock position.
3. Press the Start button once.
4. If the Start light is lit, no fault has been stored. If the light is not lit, turn the selector switch
slowly clockwise until the Start light lights up.
5. Use the fault chart (Table 6-11) to determine which fault has been stored in the
dishwasher.
6. Turn the dishwasher off.
Selector switch position
1 o’clock
2 o’clock
3 o’clock
Fault code
F00
F01
F02
4 o’clock
F03
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Fault
No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch position not
found
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Selector switch position
Fault code
5 o’clock
F04
6 o’clock
F05
7 o’clock
F06
8 o’clock
F07
9 o’clock
10 o’clock
F08
F09
Fault
Heating failure - heating circuit opened or
defective electrical component in heating circuit
Water drainage failure, heater pressure switch
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of water
intake
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of water
intake
Water intake failure, heater level switch
Heater level switch not switching on at the end
of thermal stops
Table 6-11: G 848 Fault Code Chart
6.8.2.3.2
Deleting Stored Fault Codes
Access Programming Mode and turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.2.3.3
Program Index
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 2 o’clock position. The Start light flashes.
3. Press the Start button once, then turn the program selector switch slowly clockwise until
the Start light lights up. The program selector switch position will determine the
corresponding program index, as shown in Table 6-12 below.
4. Turn the dishwasher off.
Selector switch position
Program index
1 o’clock
P0
2 o’clock
P1
3 o’clock
P3
Table 6-12: G 848 Program Indices
6.8.3
G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus
(G 856 shown)
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Enter Programming Mode
Water hardness settings
Extended drying 14 minutes
Extended water intake
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
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Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Fault codes
Program index
Increased water temperature selection
Enter Service Mode 2
Water softener (with/without)
Extended drying 45 minutes
Interim rinses
Dishwasher width setting
EGS (Plus models only)
Table 6-13: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Programming Flow Chart
6.8.3.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the programming mode, close the door and turn the program
selector switch to Stop. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Top solo button while turning the dishwasher on. Release
the Top solo button within 2 seconds. A blinking Salt light indicates successful
accessing of the programming mode.
3. Turn the program selector switch to the position indicated in Table 6-14 to modify
the corresponding function.
4. Use the Top solo button to toggle the functions on or off.
5. After selecting options, turn the program selector switch to Stop and turn the
dishwasher off.
Selector switch
position (o’clock)
1 to 8
Function
Options
Status of Start light
See Section 6.8.3.1.1 Light 1 to 8 on1
On2
Off
9
Off
On
70 seconds2
Off = 70 sec
11
Water intake time
100 seconds
On = 100 sec
Table 6-14: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Programming Functions
1
2
6.8.3.1.1
Water hardness
Extended drying (14
minutes)
If no lights light up, the dishwasher is programmed for “without water softener”. To change to
“with water softener”, follow the steps in Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.3.3).
Factory setting
Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Using Table 6-15 below, turn the program selector switch to the corresponding water
hardness position, e.g., for water hardness = 10 gpg, turn the program selector switch to
the 3 o’clock position.
4. Press the Top solo button once. The Top solo light will light up.
5. To save: Press the Start button (Start light lights up), turn the program selector switch to
Stop and turn the dishwasher off.
Water hardness in gpg
1-4
5-7
8-10
11-14
15-17
Selector switch position (o’clock)
1
2
3
4
5
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Water hardness in gpg
Selector switch position (o’clock)
18-21
6
22-35
7
36-70
8
Table 6-15: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Water Hardness Chart
6.8.3.1.2
Checking the Water Hardness Level
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Turn the program selector switch slowly through the first 8 clock positions.
3. The Top solo light will light up when the programmed water hardness setting is reached.
4. Match the lit light to the water hardness chart in Table 6-15.
5. Turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.3.2
Service Mode 1
1. To access the Manual Step Mode, close the door and turn the program selector
switch to Stop. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Top solo button while turning the dishwasher on. Hold the
Top solo button for at least 2 seconds. A lit Intake/Drain light indicates
successful accessing of Service Mode 1.
3. Select a program and press the Start button.
4. Pressing the Top solo button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance
through the program manually. If the Top solo button is not pressed, the
program steps are carried out automatically, in their normal order.
Note: The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the
machine functions when stepping through a program.
5. If the dishwasher door is opened and closed or the dishwasher is turned off and
on, the service mode will be canceled and the machine will continue to advance
normally.
6.8.3.2.1
Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 11 o’clock position and press the Top solo
button. The test program will start and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Top solo button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through the
program. If the Top solo button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
6.8.3.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to determine which upper electronic is in the machine, to
change certain programmed functions and to access fault codes. The programmed
functions include increasing the water temperature, turning on or off the water
softener, extending the circulation fan time, adding an interim rinse, and setting the
dishwasher width (18” or 24”).
1. To access Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the program selector switch
to Stop.
2. Turn the dishwasher off.
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3. Press and hold the Top solo button while turning the dishwasher on. Release
the Top solo button and immediately press it 2 more times. Flashing
Intake/Drain and Salt lights indicates successful accessing of Service Mode 2.
4. Turn the program selector switch to the appropriate position in Table 6-16 to
access the various functions of Service Mode 2. Press the Top solo button to
toggle functions on or off.
Selector switch position
1 o’clock
2 o’clock
Options
Start light status
See Table 6-17
Flashing
See Table 6-18
Flashing
On
On
4 o’clock
EGS
Off
Off
150°F
Off
5 o’clock
Increase temperature
160°F
On
With
Off
6 o’clock
Water softener
Without
On
On
On
7 o’clock
Increase water intake
Off
Off
Without
Off
8 o’clock
2 interim rinses
With
On
Off
Off
Extended drying fan
9 o’clock
time
On
On
24”
Off
10 o’clock
Dishwasher width
18”
On
Table 6-16: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Service Mode 2 Functions
6.8.3.3.1
Function
Fault codes
Program index
Accessing Fault Codes
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 1 o’clock position. The Top solo light will flash.
3. Press the Top solo button once.
4. If the Top solo light is lit, no fault has been stored. If the light is not lit, turn the selector
switch slowly clockwise until the Top solo light lights up.
5. Use the fault chart (Table 6-17) to determine which fault has been stored in the dishwasher.
6. Turn the dishwasher off.
Selector switch position
1 o’clock
2 o’clock
3 o’clock
Fault code
F00
F01
F02
Fault
No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch position not
4 o’clock
F03
found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened or
5 o’clock
F04
defective electrical component in heating circuit
6 o’clock
F05
Water drainage failure, heater level switch
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of water
7 o’clock
F06
intake
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of water
8 o’clock
F07
intake
9 o’clock
F08
Water intake failure, heater level switch
Heater level switch not switching on at the end
10 o’clock
F09
of thermal stops
Table 6-17: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Fault Code Chart
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6.8.3.3.2
Deleting Stored Fault Codes
Access Programming Mode and turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.3.3.3
Program Index
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 2 o’clock position. The Top solo light flashes.
3. Press the Top solo button once, then turn the program selector switch slowly clockwise
until the Top solo light lights up. The program selector switch position will determine the
corresponding program index, as shown in Table 6-18 below.
4. Turn the dishwasher off.
Program selector position Program index
Electronic version
1 o’clock
P0
EPLG 542/544
2 o’clock
P1
For future modifications
3 o’clock
P3
For future modifications
Table 6-18: G 811, G 851, G 851 Plus, G 856, G 856 Plus Program Indices
6.8.4
G 680, G 880
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Water hardness
Enter Programming Mode
Drying Plus (EPLZ 501 only)
Temperature reduction (EPLZ 501 only)
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Switching step check
Test program
To access:
Fault indication
Program index
Temperature increase
Enter Service Mode 2
Softener
Flow meter
Dishwasher width setting
Increased water quantity (EPLZ 520 only)
Table 6-19: G 680, G 880 Programming Flow Chart
Note:
Electronics EPLZ 501 and EPLZ 520 differ from each other in housing, plug
configuration and software. The designation can be checked in Service Mode 2.
EPLZ 520 is marked with the program index “P3” or higher.
6.8.4.1
Programming Mode
1. Switch the appliance off at the on/off switch, close the door and turn the program
selector switch to Stop.
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2. Press and hold the Top solo button while switching the appliance on at the on/off
switch. Release the Top solo button within 2 seconds.
3. The On LED lights up and the Softener LED flashes (if this is not the case,
repeat Steps 1 and 2).
4. Set the program selector switch to the desired function (see Table 6-20).
5. Press Top solo to toggle between the available options.
6. To save the option: Turn the program selector switch to Stop and switch the
appliance off.
Selector switch position
Programmable options
Normal1
1 o’clock
Drying
Drying Plus
2 o’clock
Water hardness
None1
Temperature
3 o’clock
reduction
Reduction of 9°F
Table 6-20: G 680, G 880 Programming Functions
1
2
6.8.4.1.1
Function
Top solo LED
Off
On
Off2
Off
On
Standard setting
Setting not possible; "without softener" is programmed. Modify in service mode 2 (see Section
6.8.4.3), then repeat Steps 1 and 2.
Setting the Water Hardness
1. Access programming mode.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 2 o'clock position.
3. Press the Top solo button.
4. Turn the program selector switch to the desired water hardness setting (see Table 6-21).
5. To save the setting, press Top solo, turn the program selector switch to Stop and switch
the appliance off.
Appliance width [cm]
Water hardness
45 (Slimline models)
1-5
6-7
8
9
10 - 11
12 - 14
15 - 16
17 - 21
22 - 24
25 - 31
32 - 35
36 - 47
48 - 64
65
94
Program selector
switch position
(o’clock)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
11
11
11
Water hardness
selector in
cabinet
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
3
4
5
6
G 600/G 800
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Program selector
switch position
(o’clock)
1-4
1
5-6
2
7
3
8 - 10
4
11 - 12
5
13
6
55/60 (full-size models) 14 - 16
7
17
8
18 - 22
9
23 - 35
10
36 - 47
11
48 - 65
11
66 - 70
11
Table 6-21: G 680, G 880 Water Hardness Settings
Appliance width [cm]
Water hardness
selector in
cabinet
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
4
5
6
Water hardness
6.8.4.1.2
Checking the Water Hardness Setting
1. Access programming mode.
2. The Top solo LED will light up when the selector switch is turned to the set water
hardness (refer to Table 6-21).
3. Turn the program selector switch to Stop and switch the appliance off.
6.8.4.2
Service Mode 1
1. Switch off the appliance, close the door and turn the program selector to Stop.
2. Press and hold the Top solo button while switching the appliance on at the on/off
switch and wait until the Intake/Drain LED lights up (if this is not the case, repeat
Steps 1 and 2).
3. Select and start a program. The program sequence LEDs will show the program
step in binary code (see Table 6-22).
4. By pressing the Top solo button as appropriate, it is possible to advance through
the program step by step. If Top solo is not pressed, the steps will advance
automatically.
Note:
The program steps can be followed with a timing chart. The activation of electrical
components can be performed as the steps are advanced.
If the main switch or the door is opened, Service Mode 1 will be cancelled.
Switching Step Display
Display LEDs
Top solo
Softener
Wash
32
16
8
Binary no.
Table 6-22: G 680, G 880 Program Sequence LEDs
Drying
End
Intake/Drain
4
2
1
The numbers in the binary row in Table 6-22 show the equivalent value of each LED.
The actual step number is indicated by the sum of the values of the lit LEDs.
Example:
“Wash” and “Drying” LEDs are lit: Binary codes 8 + 4 = Switching step 12.
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6.8.4.2.1
Starting the Test Program, Program Start with Reactivation
1. Enter Service Mode 1.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 11 o'clock position. The test program starts
automatically (for the program sequence, see the switching plan).
3. After a test program interruption or after the end of the test program, the selected
program may start with reactivation before the pre-wash. This will be indicated by a lit
Softener LED.
6.8.4.3
Service Mode 2
1. Switch off the appliance, close the door and turn the program selector to Stop.
2. Press and hold the Top solo button while switching the appliance on with the
on/off switch.
3. Release the Top solo button within 1 second, then press and release the Top
solo button twice.
4. The On LED lights up and the Softener and Wash LEDs flash (if this is not the
case, repeat Steps 1 through 3).
5. Turn the program selector switch to the desired setting in accordance with Table
6-23.
6. To save the option: Turn the program selector switch to Stop and switch the
appliance off.
Program selector switch
position (o’clock)
1
2
4
5
6
Function
Fault codes
Program index
Flow meter
Temperature
increase
Softener
Appliance width
(water intake)
Water quantity
8
(EPLZ 520 only)
Table 6-23: G 680, G 880 Service Mode 2 Functions
7
1
6.8.4.3.1
Programmable
options
150°F1
160°F
With1
Without
24”
18”
Normal1
Increased
Top solo LED
Flashes
Flashes
Flashes
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Standard setting
Fault Code Display and Deletion
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 1 o'clock position. The Top solo LED flashes.
3. Press the Top solo button. The Top solo LED lights up when the selector switch is
turned to the position where a fault is registered. Refer to Table 6-24.
4. Turn the program selector switch to Stop and switch the appliance off to delete the fault
code.
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Program selector switch
position (o’clock)
1
Fault registered
Fault indication
F0
2
F1
3
F2
4
F3
Pulse failure
5
F4
Heating fault
-All program sequence
LEDs flash
All program sequence
LEDs flash
All program sequence
LEDs flash
All program sequence
LEDs flash
No fault registered
NTC sensor or connections
open-circuited
NTC sensor or connections
short-circuited
Drainage fault -heater
pressure switch
Water intake fault - too few
7
F6
pulses at start of step
Water intake fault - too few
8
F7
pulses at end of step
Water intake fault - heater
9
F8
pressure switch
Table 6-24: G 680, G 880 Fault Codes
6
6.8.4.3.2
“Intake/Drain” LED flashes
F5
“Intake/Drain” LED flashes
“Intake/Drain” LED flashes
“Intake/Drain” LED flashes
Program Index
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 2 o'clock position. The Top solo LED flashes.
3. Press the Top solo button.
4. The Top solo LED lights up when the selector switch is turned to the position where the
program index is registered. See Table 6-25.
Program selector switch
Program index
position (o’clock)
1
IP0
Start of series
2
P1
Start of series
3
P2
With update feature
4
P3
New electronic
5
P4
6
P5
New water path
7
etc.
Table 6-25: G 680, G 880 Program Indices
Electronic version
EPLZ 501
EPLZ 501
EPLZ 501
EPLZ 520
EPLZ 520
-
6.8.4.3.3
Setting the Flow Meter
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 4 o'clock position. The Top solo LED flashes.
3. Press the Top solo button. Turn the program selector switch to the 6 o'clock position and
press Top solo again.
4. To save the option: Turn the program selector switch to Stop and switch the appliance off.
6.8.4.4
Other Fault Indications
6.8.4.4.1
Program Interruption and All Program Sequence LEDs Flash
Program selection is not possible.
The electronic has registered a fault during program operation. This can be checked via
Service Mode 2.
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A program can only be restarted after the fault has been addressed and the fault code has
been deleted.
The following faults are possible:
ƒ NTC sensor or its connections short- or open-circuited
ƒ Control module fault
ƒ Heater circuit open-circuited
6.8.4.4.2
Program Interruption and Intake/Drain LED Flashes
Program selection is possible.
The electronic has registered a fault during program operation. This can be checked via
Service Mode 2.
The following faults are possible:
ƒ Water intake or drainage
ƒ Flow meter B3/4 - Heater pressure switch B1/10
ƒ Overflow level switch B1/2
6.8.5
G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus
(G 681/G 881 shown)
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Program index
Enter Programming Mode
Water hardness settings
Extended drying 14 minutes
Extended water intake
Buzzer (EGPL 552 only)
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
To access:
Fault codes
Operating hours
Increased water temperature selection
Enter Service Mode 2
Water softener (with/without)
Extended water intake
Interim rinses
Extended drying 45 minutes
Table 6-26: G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus Programming Flow Chart
6.8.5.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the programming mode, close the door and turn the program
selector switch to Stop. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Delay Start and Start buttons while turning the dishwasher
on. A blinking Salt light indicates successful accessing of the programming
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mode. The display will show a program index number of P00 or P01, depending
on the software version.
3. Turn the program selector switch to the position indicated in Table 6-27 to modify
the corresponding function.
4. Use the Top solo button to toggle the functions on or off.
5. After selecting options, press the Start button twice, turn the program selector
switch to Stop and turn the dishwasher off.
Program Function Chart
Selector switch
position (o’clock)
Function
2
Water hardness
setting
Options
Display
0 gpg1
1 - 36 gpg
1 - 36 gpg2
40
On2
4
Buzzer
Off
41
Extended drying (14 70 seconds2
90
9
minutes)
100 seconds
91
Table 6-27: G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus Programming Functions
1
2
If “0” is displayed, the dishwasher is programmed for “without water softener”. To change to “with
water softener”, follow the steps in Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.5.3).
Factory setting
6.8.5.1.1
Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Use the Top solo button to toggle through to the desired water hardness amount.
4. To save: Press the Start button twice, turn the program selector switch to Stop and turn
the dishwasher off.
6.8.5.1.2
Checking the Water Hardness Level
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 2 o’clock position.
3. The number in the display will indicate the programmed water hardness setting (see
Table 6-27).
4. Turn the program selector switch to Stop and turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.5.2
Service Mode 1
1. To access the Manual Step Mode, close the door and turn the program selector
switch to Stop. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Delay Start and Top solo buttons while turning the
dishwasher on. A dot (.) in the display and lit Intake/Drain light indicates
successful accessing of Service Mode 1.
3. Select a program and press the Start button. The display will show the current
program step.
4. Pressing the Start button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through
the program manually. If the Start button is not pressed, the program steps are
carried out automatically, in their normal order.
5. Service Mode 1 can be activated at any time during a program wash cycle.
When it is activated at any time during a program wash cycle, the display will
show the current program step.
Note: The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the
machine functions when stepping through a program.
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6. If the dishwasher door is opened and closed or the dishwasher is turned off and
on, the service mode will be canceled and the machine will continue to advance
normally.
6.8.5.2.1
Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 11 o’clock position and press the Start button.
The test program will start and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Start button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through the
program. If the Start button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
6.8.5.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to determine which upper electronic is in the machine, to
change certain programmed functions and to access fault codes. The programmed
functions include setting the flow meter, increasing the water temperature, turning on
or off the water softener, increasing the water level, extending the circulation fan
time, adding an interim rinse, and setting the dishwasher width (18” or 24”).
1. To access Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the selector switch to Stop.
2. Turn the dishwasher off.
3. Press and hold the Top solo and Start buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
A dot (.) in the display and a flashing Intake/Drain light indicates successful
accessing of Service Mode 2.
4. Turn the program selector switch to the appropriate position in Table 6-28 to
access the various functions of Service Mode 2.
5. To save: Press the Top solo button twice, turn the program selector switch to
Stop and turn the dishwasher off.
Selector switch
position (o’clock)
1
2
3
4
Function
Options
Display
F00, F01, etc.
e.g., 007
e.g., 127
195 to 205
195 to 205
150°F
50
5
Increase temperature
160°F
51
With1
60
6
Water softener
Without
61
Without
70
7
Increase water intake
With
71
Off
80
8
2 interim rinses
On
81
Off
90
9
Extended drying fan time2
On
91
Table 6-28: G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus Service Mode 2 Functions
1
2
Fault codes
Operating hours
Operating hours
Flow meter
Factory setting
Can only be extended if “+14 min” is selected in programming mode. See Section 6.8.5.1.
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6.8.5.3.1
Accessing Fault Codes
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 1 o’clock position.
3. The fault code will be shown in the display, e.g., F01, F02, etc.
4. Use the fault chart (Table 6-29) to determine which fault has been stored in the
dishwasher.
5. Turn the dishwasher off.
Fault code
F00
F01
F02
F03
Fault
No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch position not found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened or defective
F04
electrical component in heating circuit1
F05
Water drainage failure, heater pressure switch
F06
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of water intake
F07
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of water intake
F08
Water intake failure, heater pressure switch
Heater pressure switch not switching on at the end
F09
of thermal stops
Indicates a F1, F2, F4, or F9 fault is stored in the
3 dashes (---) in display
memory
Table 6-29: G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus Fault Code Chart
1
All wash programs can be run, but the heating element will not function during the cycle.
6.8.5.3.2
Deleting Stored Fault Codes
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press the Start button twice and turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.5.3.3
Operating Hours
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch as shown in Table 6-30 below.
Selector switch position
Display
2
First 3 digits of total operating hours
3
Last 3 digits of total operating hours
Table 6-30: G 681, G 881 Novo Stella, G 886 Novo Stella Plus Operating Hours
Example:
2 o’clock position: 007
3 o’clock position: 127
Total operating hours: 7.127 hours
6.8.6
G 885
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Technical Information
Programming Flow Chart (Electronic EGPL 02)
To access:
Program index
Water hardness
Enter Programming Mode
Water intake (with program index P0)
Drying plus
Temperature reduction
Enter Service Mode 1
To access:
Switching step check
Test program
Enter Service Mode 2
To access:
Fault codes
Operating hours
Temperature increase
Softener (with program index P0)
Flow meter
Table 6-31: G 885 Programming Flow Chart
6.8.6.1
Programming Mode
1. Switch off the on/off switch, close the door and turn the program selector switch
to Stop.
2. Press and hold the Start and Delay Start buttons together while switching the
appliance on with the on/off switch.
3. Successful accessing of the programming mode is indicated by “P0” or “P1” in
the display, depending on the software version.
4. Turn the program selector switch to the desired position in accordance with Table 6-32.
5. Press Top solo to toggle between the available options.
6. To save the option: Press Start twice and switch the appliance off.
Selector switch position
Function
1 o’clock
Water intake
2 o’clock
Water hardness
Table 6-32: G 885 Programming Functions
1
6.8.6.2
Options
2 minutes1
4 minutes
0 (off) to 36
Display
10
11
0 - 36
Standard setting
Service Mode 1 (Switching Step Check)
1. Switch off the on/off switch, close the door and turn the program selector switch
to Stop.
2. Press and hold the Delay Start and Top solo buttons together while switching
the appliance on with the on/off switch.
3. Successful accessing of Service Mode 1 is indicated by a dot (.) in the display
and illuminated Spray arm and Intake LEDs.
4. Turn the program selector switch to the desired program. The program duration
is shown in the display.
5. Press Start. The digital display changes from a duration display to a program
step display.
6. The program advances automatically.
7. Press Start to advance the program manually.
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Note:
The program steps can be followed with a timing chart. The activation of electrical
components can be performed as the steps are advanced.
If the main switch is switched off or the door is opened, Service Mode 1 will be
cancelled.
6.8.6.2.1
Starting the Test Program; Program Start with Reactivation
If the "Cold pre-wash" program is started in Service Mode 1, the test program is activated.
The test program can be used to check and test all individual components and program
functions. The test program sequence is included with the wiring diagram.
After the test program has been started, the following program will always begin with
reactivation.
6.8.6.3
Service Mode 2
1. Switch off the on/off switch, close the door and turn the program selector switch
to Stop.
2. Press and hold the Top solo and Start buttons together while switching the
appliance on with the on/off switch.
3. Successful accessing of Service Mode 2 is indicated by a dot (.) in the display
and illuminated Drain and Intake LEDs.
4. Turn the program selector switch to the desired setting in accordance with Table
6-33.
5. Press Top solo to toggle between the available options.
6. To save the option: Press Start twice and switch the appliance off.
Selector switch position
Function
1 o’clock
Fault codes
Programmable
options
n/a
2 o’clock
Operating hours
n/a
3 o’clock
Operating hours
n/a
4 o’clock
Flow meter
195 to 205
150°F1
5 o’clock
Temperature increase
160°F
From program index P1
With1
6 o’clock
Softener
Without
From program index P5
Normal1
7 o’clock
Water quantity
Increased
Table 6-33: G 885 Service Mode 2 Functions
1
6.8.6.3.1
Display
F00, etc.
First 3 digits of total
operating hours
Last 3 digits of total
operating hours
195 to 205
50
51
60
61
70
71
Standard setting
Fault Codes - Display and Deletion
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Turn the program selector switch to the 1 o’clock position.
3. Check the display against Table 6-34.
4. To delete fault codes, access Programming Mode, press Start twice and switch the
appliance off.
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Display
Fault registered
F00
No fault registered
F01
NTC sensor or connections open-circuited
F02
NTC sensor or connections short-circuited
F03
Electronic fault
F04
Heating fault
Table 6-34: G 885 Fault Codes
Touchtronic Models
6.8.7
G 890
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Enter Programming Mode
Program index
Water hardness settings
Buzzer
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
To access:
Error messages
Operating hours
Enter Service Mode 2
Flow meter pulses
Increased water temperature selection
Water softener (with/without)
Extended water intake
Table 6-35: G 890 Programming Flow Chart
6.8.7.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the programming mode, close the door and turn the dishwasher on.
All program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program.
2. Press and hold the “+”and Start/Stop buttons while turning the dishwasher off,
then on. Successful accessing of the programming mode is indicated by a
blinking Salt light and the display showing P00, P01, etc., depending on the
electronic version.
3. Press the appropriate program button indicated in Table 6-36 to modify the
corresponding function.
4. Use the Top solo button to toggle the functions on or off.
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5. After selecting options, press the Start/Stop button twice and turn the
dishwasher off.
Program button
Normal 130
Normal 150
Function
Water hardness
setting
Buzzer
Options
0 gpg1
1 - 36 gpg2
On
Off
Display
90
91
40
41
Table 6-36: G 890 Programming Functions
1
2
If “0” is displayed, the dishwasher is programmed for “without water softener”. To change to “with
water softener”, follow the steps in Service Mode 2 (6.8.7.3).
Factory setting
6.8.7.1.1
Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Press the Sani Wash button. Use the Top solo button to toggle through to the desired
water hardness amount.
4. To save: Press the Start/Stop button twice and turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.7.1.2
Checking the Water Hardness Level
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press the Sani Wash button.
3. The number in the display will indicate the programmed water hardness setting.
4. Turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.7.2
Service Mode 1
1. To access Service Mode 1, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. All
program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the “+”and Top solo buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of Service Mode 1 is indicated by the display showing a
dot (.) and a lit Drain light.
3. Select a program. The program duration will appear in the display.
4. Press the Start/Stop button to start the program. The display will show the
current program step.
5. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance
through the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program steps
are carried out automatically, in their normal order.
6. Service Mode 1 will be canceled if the dishwasher is shut off or the door is
opened.
7. Service Mode 1 can be activated at any time during a wash cycle. When it is
activated during a program cycle, the display will show the current program step.
Note: The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the
machine functions when stepping through a program.
8. If the dishwasher door is opened and closed or the dishwasher is turned off and
on, the service mode will be canceled and the machine will continue to advance
normally.
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6.8.7.2.1
Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Press the Economy button then press the Start/Stop button. The test program will start
and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through
the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
6.8.7.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to change programmed functions and to access fault codes.
Programmed functions include operating hours, setting the flow meter, increasing the
water temperature, turning on or off the water softener, increasing water intake,
adding an interim rinse, and increasing the circulation fan time.
1. To access Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. All
program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Top solo and Start/Stop buttons while turning the
dishwasher on. Successful accessing of Service Mode 2 is indicated by a dot (.)
in the display and flashing Drain and Salt lights.
3. Press the appropriate program button indicated in Table 6-37 to modify the
corresponding function.
4. Use the Top solo button to toggle through the function settings.
5. To save: Press the Start /Stop button twice and turn the dishwasher off.
Program button
Normal 150
Normal 130
Light Wash
Intensive
Function
Fault codes
Operating hours
Operating hours
Flow meter
Energy Saver
Increase temperature
Pots & Pans
Water softener
Economy
Increase water level
Options
195 to 205
150°F
160°F
With1
Without
Standard1
Increased
Display
F00, F01, etc.
e.g., 001
e.g., 127
195 to 205
50
51
60
61
70
71
Table 6-37: G 890 Service Mode 2 Functions
1
6.8.7.3.1
Factory setting
Accessing Fault Codes
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the Normal 150° program button.
3. The fault code will be shown in the display, e.g., F01, F02, etc.
4. Use the fault chart (Table 6-38) to determine which fault has been stored in the
dishwasher.
5. Turn the dishwasher off.
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Fault code
F00
F01
F02
F03
Fault
No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch position not found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened or defective
F04
electrical component in heating circuit1
F05
Water drainage failure, heater level switch
F06
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of water intake
F07
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of water intake
F08
Water intake failure, heater level switch
F09
Heater level switch not switching on at the end of thermal stops
3 dashes (---) in display
Indicates a F1, F2, F4, or F9 fault is stored in the memory
Table 6-38: G 890 Fault Code Chart
1
All wash programs can be run, but the heating element will not function during the cycle.
6.8.7.3.2
Deleting Stored Fault Codes
Access Programming Mode and press Start/Stop twice.
6.8.7.3.3
Operating Hours
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the appropriate program button indicated in Table 6-39 to display operating hours.
Program button
Display
Sani Wash
First 3 digits of total operating hours
Normal Plus
Last 3 digits of total operating hours
Table 6-39: G 890 Operating Hours
Example:
Sani Wash: 007
Normal Plus: 127
Total operating hours: 7.127 hours
6.8.8
G 891
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Program index
Enter Programming Mode
Water hardness settings
Extended drying fan time (+14 min)
Buzzer
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
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Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Error messages
Operating hours
Flow meter pulses
Increased water temperature selection
Enter Service Mode 2
Water softener (with/without)
Extended water intake
Interim rinses
Extended fan time (+45 min)
EGS
Table 6-40: G 891 Programming Flow Chart
6.8.8.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the programming mode, close the door and turn the dishwasher on.
All program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the “+”and Start/Stop buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of the programming mode is indicated by a blinking Salt
light and the display showing P00, P01, etc., depending on the electronic version.
3. Press the appropriate program button indicated in Table 6-41 to modify the
corresponding function.
4. Use the Top solo button to toggle the functions on or off.
5. After selecting options, press the Start/Stop button twice and turn the
dishwasher off.
Program button
Function
Water hardness
Sani Wash
setting
Extended drying time
Rinse & Hold
(+14 min)
Table 6-41: G 891 Programming Functions
1
2
3
Options
0 gpg1
1 - 36 gpg2 3
4 min2
14 min
Display
01
1 - 36 gpg
90
91
If “0” is displayed, the dishwasher is programmed for “without water softener”. To change to “with
water softener”, follow the steps in Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.8.3).
Factory setting
Use 36 gpg for setting water hardness of 36 to 70 gpg.
6.8.8.1.1
Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Press the Sani Wash button. Use the Top solo button to toggle through to the desired
water hardness amount.
4. To save: Press the Start/Stop button twice and turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.8.1.2
Checking the Water Hardness Level
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press the Sani Wash button.
3. The number in the display will indicate the programmed water hardness setting.
4. Turn the dishwasher off.
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6.8.8.2
Service Mode 1
1. To access Service Mode 1, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. All
program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the “+”and Top solo buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of Service Mode 1 is indicated by the display showing a
dot (.) and a lit Drain light.
3. Select a program. The program duration will appear in the display.
4. Press the Start/Stop button to start the program. The display will show the
current program step.
5. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance
through the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program steps
are carried out automatically, in their normal order.
6. Service Mode 1 will be canceled if the dishwasher is shut off or the door is
opened.
7. Service Mode 1 can be activated at any time during a wash cycle. When it is
activated during a program cycle, the display will show the current program step.
Note: The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the
machine functions when stepping through a program.
8. If the dishwasher door is opened and closed or the dishwasher is turned off and
on, the service mode will be canceled and the machine will continue to advance
normally.
6.8.8.2.1
Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Press the Economy button then press the Start/Stop button. The test program will start
and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through
the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
6.8.8.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to change programmed functions and to access fault codes.
Programmed functions include operating hours, setting the flow meter, increasing the
water temperature, turning on or off the water softener, increasing water intake,
adding an interim rinse, and increasing the circulation fan time.
1. To access Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. All
program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Top solo and Start/Stop buttons while turning the
dishwasher on. Successful accessing of Service Mode 2 is indicated by a dot (.)
in the display and flashing Drain and Salt lights.
3. Press the appropriate program button indicated in Table 6-42 to modify the
corresponding function.
4. Use the Top solo button to toggle through the function settings.
5. To save: Press the Start /Stop button twice and turn the dishwasher off.
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Program button
Normal 130
Sani Wash
Normal 150
Light Wash
Function
Fault codes
Operating hours
Operating hours
Flow meter
Pots & Pans
Increase temperature
Economy
Water softener
China/Crystal
Increase water level
Options
195 to 205
150°F
160°F
With1
Without
Standard1
Increased
Display
F00, F01, etc.
e.g., 001
e.g., 127
195 to 205
50
51
60
61
70
71
Table 6-42: G 891 Service Mode 2 Functions
1
6.8.8.3.1
Factory setting
Accessing Fault Codes
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the Normal 130° program button.
3. The fault code will be shown in the display, e.g., F01, F02, etc.
4. Use the fault chart (Table 6-43) to determine which fault has been stored in the
dishwasher.
5. Turn the dishwasher off.
Fault code
F00
F01
F02
F03
Fault
No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch position not found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened or defective
F04
electrical component in heating circuit1
F05
Water drainage failure, heater level switch
F06
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of water intake
F07
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of water intake
F08
Water intake failure, heater level switch
Heater level switch not switching on at the end of
F09
thermal stops
Indicates a F1, F2, F4, or F9 fault is stored in the
3 dashes (---) in display
memory
Table 6-43: G 891 Fault Code Chart
1
All wash programs can be run, but the heating element will not function during the cycle.
6.8.8.3.2
Deleting Stored Fault Codes
Access Programming Mode and press Start/Stop twice.
6.8.8.3.3
Operating Hours
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the appropriate program button indicated in Table 6-44 to display operating hours.
Program button
Display
Sani Wash
First 3 digits of total operating hours
Normal 150
Last 3 digits of total operating hours
Table 6-44: G 891 Operating Hours
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Example:
Sani Wash: 007
Normal 150: 127
Total operating hours: 7.127 hours
6.8.9
G 892, G 832
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Enter Programming Mode
Water hardness settings
Heated drying (on/off)
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
To access:
Error messages
Program index number
Increased water temperature selection
Enter Service Mode 2
Water softener (with/without)
Extended water intake
Extended drying fan time
Dishwasher width setting
EGS
Table 6-45: G 892, G 832 Programming Flow Chart
6.8.9.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the programming mode, close the door and turn the dishwasher on.
The Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press
and hold the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The
Start/Stop light should now be blinking.
2. Turn the dishwasher off.
3. Press and hold the Start/Stop button while turning the dishwasher on. Release
the Start/Stop button within 2 seconds. Successful accessing of the
programming mode is indicated by a blinking Salt light and a lit or flashing
Rinse light.
Note:
If the Rinse light is neither lit nor flashing, the machine has been programmed
to “without softener”. See Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.9.3) to turn the water
softener on or off.
6.8.9.1.1
Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Using Table 6-46 below, press the down arrow button to choose the corresponding
program for setting the correct water hardness (e.g., “Normal Plus” = 8 to 11 gpg).
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4. The program light will either flash or stay lit, depending on the selection made (see Table
6-46 below). Note that the Pots & Pans and Sani Wash programs are used twice.
5. Press the Top solo button once to store the water hardness setting.
6. To save: Press the Start/Stop button twice.
Note: A solid program light will indicate the current water hardness setting.
Grains per Gallon Program Button Light
Light Solid
1–4
Pots & Pans
X
5–7
Sani Wash
X
8 – 11
Normal Plus
X
12 – 16
Normal
X
Economy
X
17 – 211
22 – 24
Rinse & Hold
X
25 – 31
Pots & Pans
32 - 70
Sani Wash
Table 6-46: G 892, G 832 Water Hardness Settings
1
6.8.9.1.2
Factory setting
Extended Drying Fan Time
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press the Top solo button once.
3. Use Table 6-48 below to determine the drying fan time.
4. Press the Top solo button to toggle from 4.5 minutes to 14 minutes.
5. To save, press the Start/Stop button twice.
Program light
Options
4.5 minutes
Pots & Pans
14 minutes
Table 6-47: G 892, G 832 Drying Time Settings
6.8.9.2
Light Flashing
X
X
Status of program light
Flashing
Lit
Service Mode 1
1. To access Service Mode 1, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and
hold the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop
light should now be blinking.
2. Press and hold the Start/Stop button while turning the dishwasher on. Hold the
Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds. Successful accessing of Service Mode
1 is indicated by a lit Intake/Drain light.
3. Using the arrow buttons, select a program and press the Start/Stop button.
4. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance
through the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program steps
are carried out automatically, in their normal order.
Note: The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the
machine functions when stepping through a program.
5. If the dishwasher door is opened and closed or the dishwasher is turned off and
on, the service mode will be canceled and the machine will continue to advance
normally.
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6.8.9.2.1
Technical Information
Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Using the arrow buttons, select the Rinse & Hold program and press the Start/Stop
button. The test program will start and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through
the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
6.8.9.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to determine which upper electronic is in the appliance, to
change programmed functions and to access fault codes. Programmed functions
include increasing the water temperature, turning on or off the water softener, adding
an interim rinse, and setting the dishwasher width (24”). Service Mode 2 is divided
into 3 stages.
Stage
Stage function
Illuminated light
Stage 1
Fault codes
Rinse
Stage 2
Program index
Drying
Stage 3
Function programming
End
Table 6-48: G 892, G 832 Service Mode 2 Stages
6.8.9.3.1
Stage 1
1. To access Stage 1 of Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and hold
the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop light should
now be blinking.
2. Press and hold the Start/Stop button while turning the dishwasher on. Release the
Start/Stop button and immediately press it 2 more times. Flashing Intake/Drain and Salt
lights and a lit Rinse light indicate successful accessing of Stage 1 of Service Mode 2.
3. Use the fault code chart (Table 6-49) to determine the stored fault code. Example: A lit
Normal Plus light and a lit Rinse light = NTC or NTC connections short-circuited.
4. To delete stored fault codes, access the Programming Mode and press Start/Stop
twice.
Fault code
F00
F01
Program light and
status
Pots & Pans
Lit
Sani Wash
Lit
Rinse light
status
Lit
Lit
F02
Normal Plus
Lit
Lit
F03
Normal
Lit
Lit
F04
Economy
Lit
Lit
F05
Rinse & Hold
Lit
Lit
F06
Pots & Pans
Lit
Flashing
F07
Sani Wash
Lit
Flashing
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Fault
No error
NTC or NTC connections opencircuited
NTC or NTC connections shortcircuited
Electronic failure, selector switch
position not found
Heating failure - heating circuit
opened or defective electrical
component in heating circuit
Water drainage failure, heater
level switch
Too few pulses at flow meter /
start of water intake
Too few pulses at flow meter /
end of water intake
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Fault code
F08
Program light and
status
Normal Plus
Lit
Rinse light
status
Flashing
F09
Normal
Flashing
Lit
Fault
Water intake failure, heater level
switch
Heater level switch not switching
on at the end of thermal stops
Table 6-49: G 892, G 832 Fault Code Chart
6.8.9.3.2
Stage 2
1. To access Stage 2 of Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and hold
the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop light should
now be blinking.
2. Press and hold the Start/Stop button while turning the dishwasher on. Release the
Start/Stop button and immediately press it 2 more times. Flashing Intake/Drain and Salt
lights indicate successful accessing of Service Mode 2.
3. Press the Top solo button once. Flashing Intake/Drain and Salt lights and a lit Drying
light indicate successful accessing of Stage 2 of Service Mode 2.
4. Use the Program Index chart (Table 6-50) to determine the electronic version.
5. To save, press the Top solo button twice.
Index
Program button
P0
Pots & Pans
P1
Sani Wash
P2
Normal Plus
P3
Normal
Table 6-50: G 892, G 832 Program Indices
6.8.9.3.3
Status
Lit
Lit
Lit
Lit
Stage 3
1. To access Stage 3 of Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and hold
the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop light should
now be blinking.
2. Press and hold the Start/Stop button while turning the dishwasher on. Release the
Start/Stop button and immediately press it 2 more times. Flashing Intake/Drain and Salt
lights indicate successful accessing of Service Mode 2.
3. Press the Top solo button twice. Flashing Intake/Drain and Salt lights and a lit End light
indicate successful accessing of Stage 3 of Service Mode 2.
4. Use the arrow buttons to scroll to the appropriate program function.
5. Use the Top solo button to change the status of the function.
6. To save, press the Start/Stop button twice.
Program
Function
Pots & Pans
Increase temperature
Sani Wash
Water softener
Normal Plus
Interim rinses
Normal
Increase water level
Economy
Dishwasher width
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72
On
Off
1 rinse
2 rinses
Norm
Increase
24”
18”
Program light status
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
G 600/G 800
Program
Options
Off
Rinse & Hold
Extended drying1
On
On
Pots & Pans
EGS
Off
Table 6-51: G 892, G 832 Service Mode 2 Functions
1
6.8.10
Function
Technical Information
Program light status
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Can only be set if “+14 min” is selected in programming mode. See Section 6.8.9.1.2.
G 694, G 894
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Enter Programming Mode
Water hardness settings
Extended drying fan time (+14 minutes)
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
To access:
Error messages
Program index
Increased water temperature selection
Enter Service Mode 2
Water softener (with/without)
Interim rinses
Extended water intake
Extended drying fan time (+ 45 minutes)
EGS
Table 6-52: G 694, G 894 Programming Flow Chart
6.8.10.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the programming mode, close the door and turn the dishwasher on.
The Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press
and hold the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The
Start/Stop light should now be blinking.
2. Turn the dishwasher off.
3. Press and hold the Top solo and Start/Stop buttons while turning the
dishwasher on. Successful accessing of the programming mode is indicated by
a blinking Salt light.
4. The display will show the current water hardness setting. The “A” indicates
Aqua and the numbers indicate the hardness setting.
Note:
If the display is blank, the appliance has been programmed for “without softener”.
See Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.10.3) to turn the water softener on or off.
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6.8.10.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Using the arrow buttons, enter the correct water hardness setting.
4. To save: Press the Start/Stop button twice.
6.8.10.1.2 Extended Drying Fan Time
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press the Top solo button once. The End light will light up.
3. Use Table 6-53 below to determine the drying fan time.
4. Press the Top solo button to toggle from 4.5 minutes to 14 minutes.
5. To save, press the Start/Stop button twice.
Program light
Options
4.5 minutes
Pots & Pans
14 minutes
Table 6-53: G 694, G 894 Drying Time Settings
6.8.10.2
Status of program light
Flashing
Lit
Service Mode 1
1. To access Service Mode 1, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and
hold the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop
light should now be blinking.
2. Press the Top solo and Delay Start buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of Service Mode 1 is indicated by a lit Intake/Drain light
and a flashing Start/Stop light.
3. Using the arrow buttons, select a program and press the Start/Stop button.
4. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance
through the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program steps
are carried out automatically, in their normal order.
Note: The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the
machine functions when stepping through a program.
5. If the dishwasher door is opened and closed or the dishwasher is turned off and
on, the service mode will be canceled and the machine will continue to advance
normally.
6.8.10.2.1 Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Using the arrow buttons, select the Rinse & Hold program and press the Start/Stop
button. The test program will start and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through
the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
6.8.10.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to determine which upper electronic is in the appliance, to
change programmed functions and to access fault codes. Programmed functions
include increasing the water temperature, turning on or off the water softener, and
adding an interim rinse. Service Mode 2 is divided into 3 stages.
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Stage
Stage function
Illuminated light
Stage 1
Fault codes
Rinse
Stage 2
Program index
Drying
Stage 3
Function programming
End
Table 6-54: G 694, G 894 Service Mode 2 Stages
6.8.10.3.1 Stage 1
1. To access Stage 1 of Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and hold
the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop light should
now be blinking.
2. Press and hold the Delay Start and Start/Stop buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Flashing Intake/Drain and Salt lights and a lit Rinse light indicate successful accessing
of Stage 1 of Service Mode 2.
3. The display will indicate the last fault stored.
4. Use the fault code chart (Table 6-55) to determine the stored fault code.
5. To delete stored fault codes, access the Programming Mode and press Start/Stop
twice.
Fault code
F00
F01
F02
F03
Fault
No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch position not found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened or defective electrical
F04
component in heating circuit
F05
Water drainage failure, heater level switch
F06
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of water intake
F07
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of water intake
F08
Water intake failure, heater level switch
F09
Heater level switch not switching on at the end of thermal stops
Table 6-55: G 694, G 894 Fault Code Chart
6.8.10.3.2 Stage 2
1. To access Stage 2 of Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and hold
the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop light should
now be blinking.
2. Press and hold the Delay Start and Start/Stop buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Flashing Intake/Drain and Salt lights and a lit Rinse light indicate successful accessing
of Service Mode 2.
3. Press the Top solo button once. Flashing Intake/Drain and Salt lights and a lit Drying
light indicate successful accessing of Stage 2 of Service Mode 2.
4. The display will indicate the current electronic version.
5. To save, press the Start/Stop button twice.
6.8.10.3.3 Stage 3
1. To access Stage 3 of Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and hold
the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop light should
now be blinking.
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2. Press and hold the Delay Start and Start/Stop button while turning the dishwasher on.
Flashing Intake/Drain and Salt lights and a lit Rinse light indicate successful accessing
of Service Mode 2.
3. Press the Top solo button twice. Flashing Intake/Drain and Salt lights and a lit End light
indicate successful accessing of Stage 3 of Service Mode 2.
4. Use the arrow buttons to scroll to the appropriate program function.
5. Use the Top solo button to change the status of the function.
6. To save, press the Start/Stop button twice.
Program
Function
Options
66
72
On
Sani Wash
Water softener
Off
1 rinse
Normal Plus
Interim rinses
2 rinses
Norm
Normal
Increase water level
Increase
Off
China & Crystal
Extended drying
On1
With
Economy
EGS
Without
Table 6-56: G 694, G 894 Service Mode 2 Functions
Pots & Pans
1
6.8.11
Increase temperature
Status of program
light
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Off
On
Can only be set if “+14 min” is selected in programming mode. See Section 6.8.10.1.2.
G 896
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Enter Programming Mode
Water hardness settings
Extended drying fan time (+14 minutes)
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
To access:
Error messages
Program index
Increased water temperature selection
Enter Service Mode 2
Water softener (with/without)
Interim rinses
Extended water intake
Extended drying fan time (+ 45 minutes)
EGS
Table 6-57: G 896 Programming Flow Chart
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6.8.11.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the programming mode, close the door and turn the dishwasher on.
The Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press
and hold the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The
Start/Stop light should now be blinking.
2. Turn the dishwasher off.
3. Press and hold the Top solo and Start/Stop buttons while turning the
dishwasher on. Successful accessing of the programming mode is indicated by
a blinking Salt light.
4. The display will show the current water hardness setting. The “A” indicates
Aqua and the numbers indicate the hardness setting.
Note:
If the display is blank, the appliance has been programmed to “without softener”.
See Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.11.3) to turn the water softener on or off.
6.8.11.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Using the arrow buttons, enter the correct water hardness setting.
4. To save: Press the Start/Stop button twice.
6.8.11.1.2 Extended Drying Fan Time
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press the Top solo button once. The End light will light up.
3. Use Table 6-58 below to determine the drying fan time.
4. Press the Top solo button to toggle from 4.5 minutes to 14 minutes.
5. To save, press the Start/Stop button twice.
Program light
Options
4.5 minutes
Pots & Pans
14 minutes
Table 6-58: G 896 Drying Time Settings
6.8.11.2
Status of program light
Flashing
Lit
Service Mode 1
1. To access Service Mode 1, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and
hold the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop
light should now be blinking.
2. Press the Top solo and Delay Start buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of Service Mode 1 is indicated by lit Intake and Drain
lights and a flashing Start/Stop light.
3. Using the arrow buttons, select a program and press the Start/Stop button.
4. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance
through the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program steps
are carried out automatically, in their normal order.
Note: The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the
machine functions when stepping through a program.
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5. If the dishwasher door is opened and closed or the dishwasher is turned off and
on, the service mode will be canceled and the machine will continue to advance
normally.
6.8.11.2.1 Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Using the arrow buttons, select the Rinse & Hold program and press the Start/Stop
button. The test program will start and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through
the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
6.8.11.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to determine which upper electronic is in the appliance, to
change programmed functions and to access fault codes. Programmed functions
include increasing the water temperature, turning on or off the water softener, and
adding an interim rinse. Service Mode 2 is divided into 4 stages.
Stage
Stage function
Illuminated light
Stage 1
Fault codes
Rinse
Stage 2
Operating hours
Main wash
Stage 3
Program index
Drying
Stage 4
Function programming
End
Table 6-59: G 896 Service Mode 2 Stages
6.8.11.3.1 Stage 1
1. To access Stage 1 of Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and hold
the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop light should
now be blinking.
2. Press and hold the Delay Start and Start/Stop buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Flashing Drain and Salt lights and a lit Rinse light indicate successful accessing of
Stage 1 of Service Mode 2.
3. The display will indicate the last fault stored (F01, F02, etc.).
4. Use the fault code chart (Table 6-60) to determine the stored fault code.
5. To delete stored fault codes, access the programming mode and press Start/Stop
twice.
Fault code
F00
F01
F02
F03
Fault
No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch position not found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened or defective electrical
F04
component in heating circuit
F05
Water drainage failure, heater level switch
F06
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of water intake
F07
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of water intake
F08
Water intake failure, heater level switch
F09
Heater level switch not switching on at the end of thermal stops
Table 6-60: G 896 Fault Code Chart
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6.8.11.3.2 Stage 2
1. To access Stage 2 of Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and hold
the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop light should
now be blinking.
2. Press and hold the Delay Start and Start/Stop buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Flashing Drain and Salt lights and a lit Rinse light indicate successful accessing of
Service Mode 2.
3. Press the Top solo button once. Flashing Drain and Salt lights and a lit Main wash light
indicate successful accessing of Stage 2 of Service Mode 2.
4. The display will indicate the current operating hours.
6.8.11.3.3 Stage 3
1. To access Stage 3 of Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and hold
the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop light should
now be blinking.
2. Press and hold the Delay Start and Start/Stop buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Flashing Drain and Salt lights and a lit Rinse light indicate successful accessing of
Service Mode 2.
3. Press the Top solo button twice. Flashing Drain and Salt lights and a lit Rinse light
indicate successful accessing of Stage 3 of Service Mode 2.
4. The display will indicate the current electronic version.
5. To save, press the Start/Stop button twice.
6.8.11.3.4 Stage 4
1. To access Stage 4 of Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. The
Start/Stop light must be blinking. If the Start/Stop light is not blinking, press and hold
the Start/Stop button for at least 3 seconds to exit the cycle. The Start/Stop light should
now be blinking.
2. Press and hold the Delay Start and Start/Stop buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Flashing Drain and Salt lights and a lit Rinse light indicate successful accessing of
Service Mode 2.
3. Press the Top solo button three times. Flashing Drain and Salt lights and a lit End light
indicate successful accessing of Stage 4 of Service Mode 2.
4. Use the arrow buttons to scroll to the appropriate program function.
5. Use the Top solo button to change the status of the function.
6. To save, press the Start/Stop button twice.
Program
Function
Pots & Pans
Increase temperature
Sani Wash
Water softener
Normal Plus
Interim rinses
Normal
Increase water level
China & Crystal
Extended drying
Economy
EGS
Options
66
72
On
Off
1 rinse
2 rinses
Norm
Increase
Off
On1
With
Without
Program light status
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Off
On
Table 6-61: G 896 Service Mode 2 Functions
1
Can only be set if “+14 min” is selected in programming mode. See Section 6.8.11.1.2.
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6.8.12
G 898
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Enter Programming Mode
Water hardness settings
Extended drying fan time (+14 minutes)
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
To access:
Error messages
Program index
Increased water temperature selection
Enter Service Mode 2
Water softener (with/without)
Interim rinses
Extended water intake
Extended fan time (+45 minutes)
EGS
Table 6-62: G 898 Programming Flow Chart
6.8.12.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the programming mode, close the door and turn the dishwasher on.
All program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the “+” and Start/Stop buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of the programming mode is indicated by a blinking Salt
light and P00, P01, etc., in the display, depending on the electronic version.
4. Press the appropriate program button indicated in Table 6-63 to modify the
corresponding function.
5. Use the Top solo button to toggle the functions on or off.
6. After selecting options, press the Start/Stop button twice and turn the
dishwasher off.
Program button
Function
Water hardness
Sani Wash
setting
Extended drying time
Rinse & Hold
(+14 min)
Table 6-63: G 898 Programming Functions
1
2
3
Options
0 gpg1
1 - 36 gpg2 3
4 min2
14 min
Display
01
1 - 36 gpg
90
91
If “0” is displayed, the dishwasher is programmed for “without water softener”. To change to “with
water softener”, follow the steps in Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.12.3).
Factory setting
Use 36 gpg for setting water hardness of 36 to 70 gpg.
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6.8.12.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Press the Sani Wash button. Use the Top solo button to toggle through to the desired
water hardness amount.
4. To save: Press the Start/Stop button twice and turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.12.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press the Sani Wash button.
3. The number in the display will indicate the programmed water hardness setting.
4. Turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.12.2
Service Mode 1
1. To access Service Mode 1, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. All
program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the “+”and Top solo buttons while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of Service Mode 1 is indicated by the display showing a
dot (.) and a lit Drain light.
3. Select a program. The program duration will appear in the display.
4. Press the Start/Stop button to start the program. The display will show the
current program step.
5. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance
through the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program steps
are carried out automatically, in their normal order.
6. Service Mode 1 will be canceled if the dishwasher is shut off or the door is
opened.
7. Service Mode 1 can be activated at any time during a wash cycle. When it is
activated during a program cycle, the display will show the current program step.
Note: The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the
machine functions when stepping through a program.
8. If the dishwasher door is opened and closed or the dishwasher is turned off and
on, the service mode will be canceled and the machine will continue to advance
normally.
6.8.12.2.1 Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Press the Rinse & Hold button then press the Start/Stop button. The test program will
start and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Start/Stop button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through
the program. If the Start/Stop button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
6.8.12.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to change programmed functions and to access fault codes.
Programmed functions include operating hours, increasing the water temperature,
turning on or off the water softener, increasing water intake, adding an interim rinse,
and increasing the circulation fan time.
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1. To access Service Mode 2, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. All
program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the Top solo and Start/Stop buttons while turning the
dishwasher on. Successful accessing of Service Mode 2 is indicated by a dot (.)
in the display and flashing Drain and Salt lights.
3. Press the appropriate program button indicated in Table 6-64 to modify the
corresponding function.
4. Use the Top solo button to toggle through the function settings.
5. To save: Press the Start/Stop button twice and turn the dishwasher off.
Program button
Pots & Pans
Sani Wash
Normal Plus
Function
Fault codes
Operating hours
Operating hours
Normal
EGS
China/Crystal
Increase temperature
Light Wash
Water softener
Economy
Increase water level
Short
Interim rinses
Energy saver
Extended drying1
Options
On
Off
150°F
160°F
With1
Without
Standard
Increased
1
2
14 minutes
45 minutes
Display
F00, F01, etc.
e.g., 001
e.g., 127
40
41
50
51
60
61
70
71
80
81
90
91
Table 6-64: G 898 Service Mode 2 Functions
1
Factory setting
6.8.12.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the Pots & Pans program button.
3. The fault code will be shown in the display, e.g., F01, F02, etc.
4. Use the fault chart (Table 6-65) to determine which fault has been stored in the
dishwasher.
5. Turn the dishwasher off.
Fault code
F00
F01
F02
F03
Fault
No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch position not found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened or defective
F04
electrical component in heating circuit
F05
Water drainage failure, heater level switch
F06
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of water intake
F07
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of water intake
F08
Water intake failure, heater level switch
F09
Heater level switch not switching on at the end of thermal stops
Table 6-65: G 898 Fault Code Chart
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6.8.12.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes
Access Programming Mode and press Start/Stop twice.
6.8.12.3.3 Operating Hours
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the appropriate program button indicated in Table 6-66 to display operating hours.
Program button
Display
Sani Wash
First 3 digits of total operating hours
Normal Plus
Last 3 digits of total operating hours
Table 6-66: G 898 Operating Hours
Example:
Sani Wash: 007
Normal Plus: 127
Total operating hours: 7.127 hours
Incognito Models
6.8.13
G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863
(G 803 shown)
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Water hardness settings
Enter Programming Mode
Heated drying
Increased water intake
Buzzer
To access:
Enter Service Mode 1
Manual step mode
Component test program
To access:
Error messages
Program index
Enter Service Mode 2
Increased water temperature selection
Water softener
Interim rinses
Dishwasher width setting
Table 6-67: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Programming Flow Chart
6.8.13.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the Programming Mode close the door and turn the dishwasher on.
All program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold the 1 and 3 buttons while turning the dishwasher on. A blinking
Salt light indicates successful accessing of the Programming Mode.
3. To toggle functions on or off, press the appropriate program button (1 to 4)
indicated in Table 6-68 below to modify the corresponding function.
4. To save: After selecting options, press program button 6 twice and turn off the
dishwasher.
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Program button
Options
Button light status
2
On
Off
1
Heated drying
Off
On
See Section
Flashing = 1 to 70 gpg
2
Water hardness setting
6.8.13.1.1
70 seconds2
Off = 70 seconds
3
Water intake time
100 seconds
On = 100 seconds
On
Off
4
Buzzer
Off
On
Table 6-68: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Programming Mode
1
2
Function
If no lights light up, the dishwasher is programmed to “without water softener”. To change to “with
water softener” follow the steps in Service Mode 2 (6.8.13.3).
Factory setting
6.8.13.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness Level
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode
3. Press program button 2 (should be flashing). If program button 2 is not flashing, Service
Mode 2 must be accessed (Section 6.8.13.3) and the dishwasher programmed to “with
water softener”.
4. Models with display: Press program button 2 repeatedly until the desired water
hardness is shown in the display. Display will read “A”, followed by one or two digits (e.g.,
for a water hardness of 22, the display will read “A”, “2”, “2”).
Models without display: Using Table 6-69 below, press the program button that
corresponds to the water hardness (e.g., for a water hardness of 10 gpg, press program
button 4). Once the button is pressed for the selected water hardness setting, program
button 2 will flash.
5. To save: Press program button 6 twice. A flashing program button 6 indicates successful
saving of data.
Water hardness (gpg)
Program button 6
Program button lit
1-5
Not pressed
1
6-7
Not pressed
2
8
Not pressed
3
9-11
Not pressed
4
12-14
Not pressed
5
15-16
Pressed
1
17-21
Pressed
2
22-24
Pressed
3
24-31
Pressed
4
32-70
Pressed
5
Table 6-69: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Water Hardness Settings
6.8.13.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Models with display: Press program button 2. The display will indicate the current water
hardness level setting (“A”, “#”, “#”).
Models without display: Press program button 2. A program button (1 to 5) will light,
indicating the current water hardness setting. Match the lit button to Table 6-69. If a
button does not light, press program button 6. The program button that lights along with
program button 6 will indicate the water hardness level setting.
3. Turn the dishwasher off.
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6.8.13.2
Service Mode 1
1. To access Service Mode 1, close the door and turn the dishwasher on. All
program lights should light. If not, press the Start/Stop button to cancel the
program. Turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold program buttons 1 and 2 while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of Service Mode 1 is indicated by a lit Drain light.
3. Place the see-through door onto the dishwasher.
4. Select a program and trip the door lock with a screwdriver or Miele tool C6042.
The selected program will start
5. Pressing program button 6 repeatedly will allow the technician to advance
through the program. If program button 6 is not pressed, the program steps are
carried out automatically, in their normal order.
Note:
The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the machine
functions when stepping through a program.
Note:
If not using the see-through door, access Service Mode 1 as above. Close the
dishwasher door. After the program starts, open the door and use program button 6
to select the appropriate program step. The program step that the dishwasher is
currently in will be displayed by the illuminated program button lights. Each light
corresponds to a binary number (see the program sequence chart, Table 6-70).
Add the numbers represented by the lights to arrive at the program step. When the
appropriate step has been reached, the door can be closed and the program will
continue.
Program Sequence Chart
Program button light 1
2
3
4
5
6
Binary number
32 16 8
4 2 1
Table 6-70: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Program Sequence Chart
Example: Program button lights 2 and 5 are lit.
Program button light 2 = Binary code 16
Program button light 5 = Binary code 2
16 + 2 = Program step 18
Note:
The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the machine
functions when stepping through a program. As long as the dishwasher is in
Service Mode 1, the program buttons will indicate the program step in binary code.
6.8.13.2.1 Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions
of the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Press program button 6. The test program will start and advance automatically.
3. Pressing program button 6 repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through the
program manually. If button 6 is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
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6.8.13.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to determine which upper electronic is in the appliance, to
change certain programmed functions and to access fault codes. The programmed
functions include increasing the water temperature, turning on or off the water
softener, adding an interim rinse, and setting the dishwasher width (18” or 24”).
1. To access Service Mode 2, open the dishwasher door and turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold program buttons 2 and 3 while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of Service Mode 2 is indicated by flashing Salt and
Intake/Drain lights.
3. Illuminated program button lights will indicate the current program settings (see
Table 6-70).
4. The settings can be changed by using program buttons 1 to 5. To change the
settings, press the corresponding program button indicated in Table 6-70.
5. To save: Press the program button 6 twice.
Program button
Options
Program button light
150°F
Off
1
160°F
On
With1
Off
2
Water softener
Without
On
With
Off
3
2 interim rinses
Without
On
24”
Off
4
Dishwasher width
18”
On
Program index
Off
5
Fault codes
On
Table 6-71: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Service Mode 2 Functions
1
Function
Increase water
temperature
Factory setting
6.8.13.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the flashing program button 5.
3. Press the flashing program button 1.
4. One of the program button lights (1 to 5) will light up, indicating a stored fault code of F0 F4. If none of the program buttons light, a fault code of F5 - F9 is stored. To display fault
codes F5 - F9, press program button 6 once. Program button 6 will light up along with
one of the other program buttons (1 to 5). See Table 6-72.
Not pressed
Not pressed
Not pressed
Program button
light
1
2
3
F00
F01
F02
Not pressed
4
F03
Not pressed
5
F04
Pressed
1
F05
Program button 6
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Fault code and description
No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch
position not found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened
or defective electrical component in
heating circuit1
Water drainage failure, heater level
switch
G 600/G 800
Technical Information
Program button 6
Program button
light
Fault code and description
Too few pulses at flow meter/start of
water intake
Too few pulses at flow meter/end of
Pressed
3
F07
water intake
Pressed
4
F08
Water intake failure, heater level switch
Heater level switch not switching on at
Pressed
5
F09
the end of thermal stops
Table 6-72: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Fault Codes
Pressed
1
2
F06
All wash programs can be run, but the heating element will not function during the cycle.
6.8.13.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press program button 6 twice.
3. A flashing program button 6 indicates successful fault code deletion.
4. Turn off the dishwasher.
6.8.13.3.3 Program Index
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the flashing program button 5.
3. Press the flashing program button 2.
4. The lit program button (1 to 5) will determine the corresponding program index, as shown
in the program index chart (Table 6-73).
5. Switch the dishwasher off.
Program button 1 - 5 Program index Electronic version
1
P0
EPLG 546
2
P1
For future modifications
3
P2
For future modifications
4
P3
For future modifications
5
P4
For future modifications
Table 6-73: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Program Indices
6.8.14
G 818, G 658, G 858
Enter Programming Mode
Enter Service Mode 1
Enter Service Mode 2
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Water hardness settings
Heated drying
To access:
Manual step mode
Component test program
To access:
Error messages
Increased water intake
Increased water temperature
Water softener
Interim rinses
EGS
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Table 6-74: G 818, G 658, G 858 Programming Flow Chart
6.8.14.1
Programming Mode
1. To access the Programming Mode open the dishwasher door and turn the
dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold program buttons 1 and 3 while turning the dishwasher on. A
blinking Salt light indicates successful accessing of the Programming Mode.
3. Use the program buttons 1 to 3 to toggle the selected function on or off.
4. To save: After selecting options, press program button 6 twice and turn off the
dishwasher.
Program button
Options
On2
1
Heating
Off
See Section
2
Water hardness setting
6.8.14.1.1
70 seconds2
3
Water intake time
100 seconds
Table 6-75: G 818, G 658, G 858 Programming Functions
1
2
Function
Button light status
Off
On
Flashing = 1 to 70 gpg1
Off = 70 seconds
On = 100 seconds
If no buttons light up, the dishwasher is programmed for “without water softener”. To change to
“with water softener” follow the steps in Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.14.3).
Factory setting
6.8.14.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness Level
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Press program button 2 (should be flashing). If program button 2 is not flashing, Service
Mode 2 must be accessed and the dishwasher programmed to “with water softener”.
4. Using Table 6-76 below, press the program button that corresponds to the water
hardness (e.g., for a water hardness of 10 gpg, press program button 4).
5. Once the button is pressed for the selected water hardness setting, program button 2 will
flash.
6. To save: Press program button 6 twice. Program button 6 flashing indicates successful
saving of data.
Water hardness (gpg)
Program button 6
1-5
Not pressed
6-7
Not pressed
8
Not pressed
9-11
Not pressed
12-14
Not pressed
15-16
Pressed
17-21
Pressed
22-24
Pressed
24-31
Pressed
32-70
Pressed
Table 6-76: G 818, G 658, G 858 Water Hardness Settings
Program button lit
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6.8.14.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press program button 2. A program button (1 to 5) will light, indicating the current water
hardness setting. Match the lit button to Table 6-76. If a button does not light, press
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program button 6. The program button that lights along with program button 6 will indicate
the water hardness level setting.
3. Turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.14.2
Service Mode 1
1. To access Service Mode 1, open the dishwasher door and turn the dishwasher
off.
2. Press and hold program buttons 1 and 2 while turning the dishwasher on. A lit
Drain light indicates successful accessing of Service Mode 1.
3. Place the see-through door onto the dishwasher.
4. Select a program and trip the door lock with a screwdriver or Miele tool C6042.
The selected program will start.
5. Pressing program button 6 repeatedly will allow the technician to advance
through the program. If program button 6 is not pressed, the program steps are
carried out automatically, in their normal order.
Note:
The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the machine
functions when stepping through a program.
Note:
If not using the see-through door, access Service Mode 1 as above. Close the
dishwasher door. After the program starts, open the door and use program button 6
to select the appropriate program step. The illuminated program button lights will
display the program step that the dishwasher is in. Each light corresponds to a
binary number. See the program sequence chart (Table 6-77). Add the numbers
represented by the lights to arrive at the program step. When the appropriate step
has been reached, the door can be closed and the program will continue.
Program Sequence Chart
Program button light 1
2
3
4 5 6
Binary number
32 16 8
4 2 1
Table 6-77: G 818, G 658, G 858 Program Sequence Chart
Example: Program button lights 2 and 5 are lit.
Program button light 2 = Binary code 16
Program button light 5 = Binary code 2
16 + 2 = Program step 18
Note:
The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the machine
functions when stepping through a program. As long as the dishwasher is in
Service Mode 1, the program buttons will indicate the program step in binary code.
6.8.14.2.1 Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions
of the dishwasher.
1. Place the see-through door onto the dishwasher.
2. Access Service Mode 1.
3. Trip the door lock with a screwdriver or Miele tool C6042. To start the test program, press
program button 5. The test program will start and advance automatically.
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4. Pressing program button 6 repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through the
test program. If program button 6 is not pressed, the program steps are carried out
automatically, in their normal order.
6.8.14.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to determine which upper electronic is in the appliance, to
change certain programmed functions and to access fault codes. The programmed
functions include increasing the water temperature, turning on or off the water
softener, adding an interim rinse, and setting the dishwasher width (18” or 24”).
1. Press and hold program buttons 2 and 3 while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of Service Mode 2 is indicated by flashing Salt and
Intake/Drain lights.
2. Illuminated program button lights will indicate the current program settings (see
Table 6-78).
3. The settings can be changed by using program buttons 1 to 5. To change the
settings, press the corresponding program button as shown in Table 6-78.
4. To save: Press program button 6 twice.
Program button
Options
150°F
1
Increase water temperature
160°F
With1
2
Water softener
Without
With
3
2 interim rinses
Without
18”
4
Dishwasher width
24”
Program index
5
Fault codes
Table 6-78: G 818, G 658, G 858 Service Mode 2 Functions
1
Function
Program light
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Factory setting
6.8.14.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the flashing program button 5.
3. Press the flashing program button 1.
4. One of the program button lights (1 to 5) will light up, indicating a stored fault code of F0 F4. If none of the program buttons light up, a fault code of F5 - F9 is stored. To display
fault codes F5 - F9, press program button 6 once. Program button 6 will light along with
one of the other program buttons (1 to 5), indicating a fault code of F5 - F9.
Not pressed
Not pressed
Not pressed
Program button
light
1
2
3
F00
F01
F02
Not pressed
4
F03
Not pressed
5
F04
Program button 6
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No error
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
Electronic failure, selector switch
position not found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened
or defective electrical component in
heating circuit1
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Program button 6
Program button
light
Fault code and description
Pressed
1
F05
Pressed
2
F06
Pressed
3
F07
Pressed
4
F08
Pressed
5
F09
Water drainage failure, heater level
switch
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of
water intake
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of
water intake
Water intake failure, heater level switch
Heater level switch not switching on at
the end of thermal stops
Table 6-79: G 818, G 658, G 858 Fault Codes
1
All wash programs can be run, but the heating element will not function during the cycle.
6.8.14.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press program button 6 twice.
3. A flashing program button 6 indicates successful fault code deletion.
4. Turn off the dishwasher.
6.8.14.3.3 Program Index
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the flashing program button 5.
3. Press the flashing program button 2.
4. The lit program button (1 to 5) will determine the corresponding program index, as shown
in the program index chart (Table 6-80).
5. Switch the dishwasher off.
Program button 1 - 5 Program index Electronic version
1
P0
EPLG 546
2
P1
For future modifications
3
P2
For future modifications
4
P3
For future modifications
5
P4
For future modifications
Table 6-80: G 818, G 658, G 858 Program Indices
6.8.15
G 879
Enter Programming Mode
Enter Service Mode 1
Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Water hardness settings
Heated drying
Temperature reduction (EPLG 501A only)
Extended water intake (EPLZ 530 only)
Buzzer (EPLZ 530 only)
To access:
Manual step mode
Component test program
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Programming Flow Chart
To access:
Fault codes
Program index
Enter Service Mode 2
Increased water temperature selection
Water softener (with/without)
Flow meter
Dishwasher width setting (18”/24”)
Table 6-81: G 879 Programming Flow Chart
Note:
The EPLG 501A and the EPLZ 530 differ from each other in the plug, the housing,
and the software. The EPLZ 530 is marked with the program index “P2” or higher.
6.8.15.1
Programming Mode
6.8.15.1.1 EPLG 501A (Program Index P1)
1. Open the dishwasher door and turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold program buttons 1 and 3 while turning the dishwasher on. A blinking Salt
light indicates successful accessing of the Programming Mode.
3. Use program buttons 1 to 5 to select a function. See Table 6-82.
4. To save: Once options have been selected, press the Top solo button twice and turn off
the dishwasher.
Program button
Options
On2
1
Heated drying
Off
See Section
2
Water hardness setting
6.8.15.1.31
None2
3
Temperature reduction
Reduction of 41°F
Table 6-82: G 879 Programming Functions for EPLG 501A
1
2
Function
Program button light
Off
On
Flashing = 1 to 70 gpg
Off = 0 gpg
Off
On
If no lights light up, the dishwasher is programmed to “without water softener”. To change to “with
water softener” follow the steps in Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.15.3).
Factory setting
6.8.15.1.2 EPLZ 530 (Program Index P2 or Higher)
1. Open the dishwasher door and turn the dishwasher off.
2. Press and hold program buttons 1 and 3 while turning the dishwasher on. A blinking Salt
light indicates successful accessing of the Programming Mode.
3. Use program buttons 1 to 5 to select a function. See Table 6-83.
4. To save: Once options have been selected, press the Top solo button twice and turn off
the dishwasher.
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Program button
Options
On2
1
Heated drying
Off
See Section
2
Water hardness setting
6.8.15.1.31
On2
4
Buzzer
Off
Normal2
5
Water quantity
Increased
Table 6-83: G 879 Programming Functions for EPLZ 530
1
2
Function
Button light status
Off
On
Flashing = 1 to 70 gpg
Off = 0 gpg
Off
On
Off
On
If no lights light up, the dishwasher is programmed to “without water softener”. To change to “with
water softener” follow the steps in Service Mode 2 (Section 6.8.15.3).
Factory setting
6.8.15.1.3 Setting the Water Hardness
1. Measure the water hardness in grains per gallon (gpg).
2. Access Programming Mode.
3. Press program button 2 (should be flashing). If program button 2 is not flashing, Service
Mode 2 must be accessed and the dishwasher programmed to “with water softener”.
4. Using the water hardness chart (Table 6-84), press the program button that corresponds
to the water hardness measured in Step 1, e.g., for a water hardness of 10 gpg, press
program button 4.
5. Once the button is pressed for the selected water hardness setting, program button 2 will
flash.
6. To save: Press the Top solo button twice. A flashing Top solo button indicates
successful saving of data.
7. Turn off the dishwasher.
Water hardness (gpg) Top solo button
1-4
Not pressed
5-6
Not pressed
7
Not pressed
8 - 10
Not pressed
11 - 12
Not pressed
13 - 14
Pressed
15 - 17
Pressed
18 - 21
Pressed
22 - 35
Pressed
36 - 70
Pressed
Table 6-84: G 879 Water Hardness Settings
Program button pressed
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6.8.15.1.4 Checking the Water Hardness Level
1. Access Programming Mode.
2. Press program button 2. A program button (1 to 5) will light up, indicating the water
hardness setting. Match the illuminated light to the water hardness chart (Table 6-84).
3. If a button does not light, press the Top solo button. The program button that lights up
along with the Top solo button will indicate the water hardness level setting.
4. Turn the dishwasher off.
6.8.15.2
Service Mode 1
1. To access the Manual Step Mode, open the dishwasher door and turn the
dishwasher off.
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2. Press and hold program buttons 1 and 2 while turning the dishwasher on. A
flashing On/Off light indicates successful accessing of Service Mode 1.
3. Place the see-through door onto the dishwasher.
4. Select a program and trip the door lock with a screwdriver or Miele tool C6042.
The selected program will start.
5. Pressing the Top solo button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance
through the program. If the Top solo button is not pressed, the program steps
are carried out automatically, in their normal order.
Note:
The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the machine
functions when stepping through a program.
Note:
If not using the see-through door, access Service Mode 1 as above. Close the
dishwasher door. After the program starts, open the door and use program button 6
to select the appropriate program step. The program step that the dishwasher is
currently in will be displayed by the illuminated program button lights. Each light
corresponds to a binary number (see the program sequence chart, Table 6-85).
Add the numbers represented by the lights to arrive at the program step. When the
appropriate step has been reached, the door can be closed and the program will
continue.
Program Sequence Chart
Program button light 1
2
3
4
5
6
Binary number
32 16 8
4 2 1
Table 6-85: G 879 Program Sequence Chart
Example: Program button lights 2 and 5 are lit.
Program button light 2 = Binary code 16
Program button light 5 = Binary code 2
16 + 2 = Program step 18
Note:
The program chart in the wiring diagram should be used to follow the machine
functions when stepping through a program. As long as the dishwasher is in
Service Mode 1, the program buttons will indicate the program step in binary code.
6.8.15.2.1 Test Program
The test program is a program that allows the technician to check all of the major functions of
the dishwasher.
1. Access Service Mode 1.
2. Press program button 5; the test program will start and advance automatically.
3. Pressing the Top solo button repeatedly will allow the technician to advance through the
program.
4. If the Top solo button is not pressed, the program will run automatically.
6.8.15.3
Service Mode 2
Service Mode 2 is used to determine which upper electronic is in the appliance, to
change certain programmed functions and to access fault codes. The programmed
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functions include increasing the water temperature, turning on or off the water
softener, adding an interim rinse, and setting the dishwasher width.
1. To access Service Mode 2, open the dishwasher door and turn the dishwasher
off.
2. Press and hold program buttons 2 and 3 while turning the dishwasher on.
Successful accessing of Service Mode 2 is indicated by flashing Salt and
On/Off lights.
3. The illuminated program button lights will indicate the current program settings
(see Table 6-85).
4. The settings can be changed by using program buttons 1 to 5. To change a
setting, press the corresponding program button as indicated in Table 6-86.
Program button
Function
2
Increase water temperature
3
Water softener
4
Width of dishwasher
Program index
Fault codes
Table 6-86: G 879 Service Mode 2 Functions
5
Options
150ºF
160ºF
With
Without
24”
18”
-
Program light
Off
On
Off
On
Off
On
Flashing
Flashing
6.8.15.3.1 Fault Code Access
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the flashing program button 5.
3. Press the flashing program button 1.
4. One of the program button lights (1 to 5) will light up, indicating a stored fault code of F0 F4. If none of the program buttons light, a fault code of F5 - F8 is stored. To display fault
codes F5 - F8, press the Top solo button once. The Top solo button will light, along with
one of the program buttons 1 to 5. See Table 6-87.
Program button 6
Not pressed
Not pressed
Not pressed
Not pressed
Program button light
1
2
3
4
Not pressed
5
Pressed
Pressed
Pressed
Pressed
1
2
3
4
Fault code and description
F00
No error
F01
NTC or NTC connections open-circuited
F02
NTC or NTC connections short-circuited
F03
Electronic failure, selector switch position not found
Heating failure - heating circuit opened or defective
F04
electrical component in heating circuit
F05
Water drainage failure, heater level switch
F06
Too few pulses at flow meter / start of water intake
F07
Too few pulses at flow meter / end of water intake
F08
Water intake failure, heater level switch
Table 6-87: G 879 Fault Codes
6.8.15.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes
1. Access Service Mode 2.
2. Press the Top solo button twice.
3. A flashing Top solo light indicates successful deletion of the fault codes.
4. Turn off the dishwasher.
6.8.15.3.3 Program Index
1. Access Service Mode 2.
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2. Press the flashing program button 5.
3. Press the flashing program button 2.
4. The lit program button (1 to 5) will determine the corresponding program index, as shown
in Table 6-88 below.
5. Switch the dishwasher off.
Program
Program index
button 1 - 5
Not pressed
1
P0
Not pressed
2
P1
Not pressed
3
P2
Not pressed
4
P3
Not pressed
5
P4
Pressed
1
Pressed
2
Table 6-88: G 879 Program Indices
Top solo
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EPLZ501AZ
EPLZ530
EPLZ530
EPLZ530
EPLZ530
EPLZ530