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Table of contents
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Before you switch ON the appliance . . 4
Delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
In daily use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Children in the household . . . . . . . . . . 4
Door lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Getting to know your appliance . . . . . . 5
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Appliance interior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Water softening system . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Water hardness table . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Special salt $ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Using special salt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Detergents with salt component . . . . . 7
Switching off water softening system . 7
Rinse aid % . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Setting amount of rinse aid . . . . . . . . . 8
Switching off rinse-aid refill indicator . . 8
Utensils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Not suitable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Glass and utensil damage . . . . . . . . . 9
Loading the dishwasher . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Unloading the dishwasher . . . . . . . . . 9
Cups and glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Pans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Cutlery basket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Folding spikes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Small accessories holder . . . . . . . . . 10
Knife shelf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Adjusting the height of the basket . . 11
Detergent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Adding detergent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Combination detergent . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Overview of programmes . . . . . . . . . . 14
Programme selection . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Information for test institutes . . . . . . . 14
Additional options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Express Wash/ Speed Perfect
(VarioSpeed) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Intensive zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Hygiene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Half load . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Extra drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Washing the dishes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programme data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aqua sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching on the appliance . . . . . . . .
Timer programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
End of programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching off the appliance . . . . . . . .
Interrupting the programme . . . . . . . .
Terminating the programme . . . . . . .
Changing the programme . . . . . . . . .
Intensive drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance and care . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overall condition of the machine . . . .
Special salt and rinse aid . . . . . . . . .
Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spray arms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Waste water pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
... when the appliance is switched on
... on the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
... during the wash cycle . . . . . . . . . .
... on the utensils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical specifications . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Waste-water connection . . . . . . . . . . .
Fresh water connection . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the appliance . . . . . . . . . .
Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protection against frost
(Emptying the appliance) . . . . . . . . . .
Waste disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Old appliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety instructions
Before you switch ON
the appliance
Please read the operating and installation
instructions carefully. They contain
important information on how to install, use
and maintain the appliance.
Retain all documents for subsequent use
or for the next owner.
Delivery
– Check the packaging and dishwasher
immediately for damage caused in
transit. Do not switch on a damaged
appliance, but contact your supplier.
– Please dispose of the packaging
material in an environmentally friendly
manner.
– Do not let children play with packaging
and its parts. There is a risk of
suffocation from collapsible boxes and
film.
Installation
Read the “Installation” chapter to learn
how to install and connect the appliance
correctly.
In daily use
– This appliance is intended for use in
the home and the home environment.
– Use the dishwasher
only in the household and only for its
designed purpose: for washing
domestic dishes.
– Children or people whose physical,
sensory or mental abilities prevent
them from using the appliance safely
must not use this appliance without
supervision or instruction
by a responsible person.
– Do not lean or sit on the open door.
The appliance could tip.
– Please note that free-standing
appliances may tip over if the baskets
are overloaded.
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– Do not add any solvents
to the washing chamber.
Danger of explosion!
– Open the door carefully
when the programme is still running.
There is a risk of hot water spraying
out of the appliance.
– To prevent injuries, e.g. caused by
stumbling, open the dishwasher only
briefly in order to load and unload
the dishwasher.
– Read and observe the safety
information and instructions
for use on the packaging for cleaning
and rinsing agents.
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Knives and other utensils with sharp points
must be placed in the cutlery basket with
the points downwards or horizontally on
the knife shelf *.
* depending on model
Children in the household
– If fitted, use the childproof lock. An
exact description can be found in the
back of the envelope.
– Do not allow children to play with or
operate the appliance.
– Keep children away from detergents
and rinse aid. These may cause
chemical burns in the mouth, throat
and eyes or asphyxiation.
– Keep children away from open
dishwasher. The water in the rinsing
compartment is not drinking water and
could contain detergent residue.
Ensure that children do not place
fingers in the tablet collecting tray 12.
Small fingers could become caught in
the slots.
– If the appliance is installed at eye-level,
ensure when opening and closing the
door that children are not caught or
crushed between the appliance door
and the cupboard door situated below.
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Childproof lock (door lock) *
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The description of the childproof lock is at
the back in the envelope.
* depending on model
Damage
– The appliance may be repaired and
opened up by a technician only. To do
this, disconnect the appliance from the
power supply. Pull out the mains plug
or switch off the fuse. Turn off the tap.
Disposal
– Make redundant appliances unusable
to prevent subsequent accidents.
– Dispose of the appliance in an
environmentally friendly manner.
ã=Warning
Children could become locked in the
appliance (risk of suffocation) or find
themselves in other dangerous situations.
Therefore: Pull out the mains plug, sever
and dispose of the power cord. Destroy
the door lock so that the door can no
longer be closed.
Getting to know your
appliance
Diagrams of the control panel and the
interior of the appliance can be found in
the envelope at the front.
Individual positions are referred to in the
text.
Control panel
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Timer programming *
Additional options **
Programme **
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Cleaning display
End display
START button
Rinse aid refill indicator
Salt refill indicator
Display “Check water supply”
* depending on model
** Number depending on model
Appliance interior
1"
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Top basket
Knife shelf *
Tablet collecting tray
Upper spray arms
Bottom spray arm
Dispenser for special salt
Filters
Cutlery basket
Bottom basket
Dispenser for rinse aid
Detergent dispenser
Lock for detergent dispenser
Rating plate
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Water softening system
To ensure good washing results, the
dishwasher requires soft water, i.e.
containing low amounts of lime, otherwise
white limescale will be deposited on the
utensils and inner container.
Tap water above a specific degree of
water hardness must be softened, i.e.
descaled, for use in a dishwasher. Water is
softened with special salt in the water
softening system of the dishwasher.
The setting and therefore the required
amount of salt depends on the degree of
hardness of your tap water (see table).
Setting
The amount of salt dispensed can be set
in 4 stages depending on the hardness of
your water. Accordingly 0, 1, 2 or 3
displays are lit (see table). Factory setting:
1.
– Find out about the hardness value of
your tap water. Your water utility
company will help you with this.
– Setting can be found in the water
hardness table.
– Open the door.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
– Hold down button > P and press
START button h until the End display
` and salt refill indicator )* flash.
– Release buttons.
The salt refill indicator )* flashes and
the display # is lit (= Setting 1).
To change the setting,
– Press the button < H until the
required setting has been selected.
– Press START button h.
The displays ` and )* go out. The
selected setting is saved.
– Close the door.
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Using detergents with salt
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Using special salt
Always refill with special salt immediately
before switching on the appliance. This
ensures that overrun special salt solution
is immediately washed out and does not
corrode the rinsing tank.
– Open the screw-type cap of the
compartment 1J.
– Fill the tank with water (only required
when switching on the appliance for
the first time).
– Then add dishwasher salt (not table
salt or tablets).
The water is displaced and runs out.
As soon as the salt refill indicator )* on
the fascia is lit, top up the salt.
If combined detergents with a salt
component are used, salt can usually be
omitted up to a water hardness of 21° dH
(37° fH, 26° Clarke, 3.7 mmol/l). If the
water hardness is over 21° dH, special
salt must be used.
Switching off salt refill indicator/
water softening system
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If the salt refill indicator )* is impaired
(e.g. when using combined detergents
containing salt component), it can be
switched off.
– Proceed as described under “Adjusting
the water softening system” and select
setting 0.
The water softening system and salt
refill indicator are now switched off.
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Never fill the salt dispenser with detergent.
You will destroy the water softening
system.
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Setting amount of rinse aid
Rinse aid %
As soon as the rinse-aid refill indicator )"
is lit on the fascia, there is still a rinse-aid
reserve of 1 – 2 rinsing processes. Refill
with rinse aid.
The rinse aid is required for stain-free
utensils and clear glasses. Use only rinse
aid for domestic dishwashers.
Combined detergents with rinse-aid
component may be used up to a water
hardness of 21° dH (37° fH, 26° Clarke,
3.7 mmol/l) only. If the water hardness is
over 21° dH, rinse aid must be used.
– Open the dispenser 1j by pressing
and lifting the plate on the cover.
– Carefully pour rinse aid up to the max.
mark in the filler opening.
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– Close cover until it clicks shut.
– To prevent excessive foam formation
during the next rinse cycle, remove any
rinse aid which has run over with a
cloth.
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The amount of rinse aid dispensed can be
set in 4 stages. Accordingly 0, 1, 2 or 3
displays are lit (see water hardness table).
Factory setting: 1.
Do not change the amount of rinse aid
unless streaks (select lower setting)
or water stains (select higher setting)
are left on the utensils.
– Open the door.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
– Hold down button > P and press
START button h until the End
display ` and salt refill indicator )*
flash.
– Release buttons.
– Keep pressing button > P until
the rinse aid refill indicator )" flashes.
The rinse aid refill indicator )" flashes
and the display # is lit (= Setting 1).
To change the setting:
– Press the button < H until
the required setting has been selected.
– Press START button h.
The displays ` and )" go out.
The selected setting is saved.
– Close the door.
Switching off rinse-aid refill
indicator
If the rinse-aid refill indicator )" is
impaired (e.g. when using combined
detergents containing rinse-aid
component), it can be switched off.
– Proceed as described under “Setting
amount of rinse aid” and select
setting 0.
The rinse aid refill indicator )" is now
switched off.
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Utensils
Not suitable
– Cutlery and utensils made of wood.
– Delicate decorative glasses, craft and
antique utensils. These decors are not
dishwasher-proof.
– Plastic parts not resistant to heat.
– Copper and tin utensils.
– Utensils which are soiled with ash, wax,
lubricating grease or ink.
Aluminium and silver parts have a
tendency to discolour and fade during the
wash cycle. Even some types of glass
(e.g. crystal glass objects) may turn cloudy
after many wash cycles.
Glass and utensil damage
Causes:
– Glass type and glass production
process.
– Chemical composition of the detergent.
– Water temperature of the wash
programme.
Recommendation:
– Use only glasses and porcelain which
the manufacturer designates as
dishwasher-proof.
– Use a detergent which protects
utensils.
– Take glass and cutlery out of the
dishwasher as soon as possible after
the programme ends.
Loading the dishwasher
– Remove large food remnants. It is not
necessary to prerinse utensils under
running water.
– Place the utensils so that
– they are secure and cannot tip
over.
– all utensils with their openings face
down.
– parts with curves or indentations
are at an angle, thereby allowing
water to drain.
– they do not obstruct rotation of the
spray arms 1: and 1B.
Very small utensils should not be
washed in the machine, as they may fall
out of the baskets.
Unloading the dishwasher
To prevent water from dripping off the
upper basket onto the utensils in the lower
basket, it is recommended to empty
the appliance from the bottom up.
Hot utensils are sensitive to shock!
Therefore, when the programme ends,
leave the utensils to cool down in the
dishwasher until they can be handled.
Cups and glasses
Top basket 1"
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Pans
Bottom basket 1b
Folding spikes *
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* depending on model
The spikes can be folded down to improve
arrangement of pans, bowls and glasses.
Small accessories holder *
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Heavily soiled utensils (pans) should
be placed in the bottom basket. The more
powerful spray jet provides a better
dishwashing result.
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* depending on model
Light-weight plastic accessories, e.g. cups,
lids, etc. can be held securely in the small
accessories holder.
Tip
Other examples, such as the best way
of loading your dishwasher, can be found
on our homepage as a free download. The
corresponding Internet address can
be found on the back page of these
instructions for use.
Cutlery basket
You should always place cutlery unsorted
with the points downwards.
To prevent injuries, place long, pointed
implements and knives on the knife shelf.
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Knife shelf *
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Long knives and other utensils can be
arranged horizontally.
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Adjusting the height of the
basket *
Top basket with upper and lower
roller pairs
* depending on model
If required, the height of the upper utensils
basket 1" can be adjusted to provide
more space for tall utensils either in the
upper or lower basket.
– Pull out the top basket 1" out.
– Remove the upper basket and reattach it to the upper (stage 3) or lower
(stage 1) rollers.
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Appliance height 81.5 cm
Top basket
Setting 1 max. ø
Setting 2 max. ø
Setting 3 max. ø
22 cm
24 cm
27 cm
Bottom
basket
30 cm
28 cm
25 cm
Select one of the two following procedures
according to the design of the top basket
for your appliance model:
Top basket with side levers
– Pull out the top basket 1" out.
– To lower the basket, press in the left
and then the right lever on the outside
of the basket. In doing so, hold the
sides of the basket along the upper
edge to prevent it from suddenly
dropping.
– To raise the basket, hold the basket on
the sides of the upper edge and lift it
up.
– Before re-inserting the basket again,
ensure that it is at the same height on
both sides. Otherwise, the appliance
door cannot be closed and the upper
spray arm will not be connected to the
water circuit.
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Detergent
You can use tablets as well as powder
or liquid detergents for dishwashers, but
never use washing up liquid. The dosage
can be individually adjusted with powder
or a liquid detergent according
to the degree of soiling. Tablets contain
an adequately large amount of active
ingredients for all cleaning tasks. Modern,
powerful detergents predominantly
use a low-alkaline formulation with
phosphate and enzymes. Phosphates
bond the lime in the water. Enzymes break
down starch and remove protein.
Phosphate-free detergents are less
frequent. These have a slightly weaker
lime bonding capacity and require
a higher dosage. To remove coloured
stains (e.g. tea, tomato sauce), oxygenbased bleaching agents are usually used.
Note
To ensure a good washing result, always
follow the instructions on the detergent
packaging!
If you have further questions,
we recommend that you contact
the detergent manufacturers’ helpline.
Adding detergent
– If the detergent dispenser 9" is still
closed, press the lock 9* to open the
detergent dispenser.
Pour detergent into the dry detergent
dispenser 9" only (insert tablet flat,
not on its edge).
Dosage: see manufacturer’s
instructions on the packaging.
The graduated detergent
dispenser 9" helps you add the
correct amount of powder or liquid
detergent.
Usually 20 ml–25 ml are adequate
for normal soiling. If using tablets, one
tablet is adequate.
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– Close the cover on the detergent
dispenser by sliding it up until the lock
engages without difficulty.
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Read and observe the safety information
and instructions for use on the packaging
for cleaning and rinsing agents.
The detergent dispenser opens
automatically at the optimum time
depending on the programme.
The powder or liquid detergent
is distributed in the appliance and is
dissolved, the tablet falls into the tablet
collecting tray where it dissolves
in doses.
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Tip
If the utensils are only lightly soiled, slightly
less than the indicated amount
of detergent is usually adequate.
Suitable detergents and care products
can be purchased online via our website
or via customer service (see back page).
Combination detergent
Apart from conventional detergents (Solo),
a number of products are offered with
additional functions. These products
contain not only the detergent but also
rinse-aid and salt replacement substances
(3in1) and, depending on the combination
(4in1, 5in1, etc.), additional components
such as glass protection or stainless steel
cleaner. Combination detergents function
only up to a specific degree of hardness
(usually 26° Clarke). Over this limit salt
and rinse-aid must be added.
As soon as combined detergents
are used, the rinse programme is adjusted
automatically to ensure the best possible
rinsing and drying result.
ã=Warnings
– Do not place small parts for washing in
the tablet collecting tray 12; this
prevents the tablet from dissolving
evenly.
– If you want to add more utensils after
the programme has started, do not
use the tablet collecting tray 12
as a handle for the upper basket.
The tablet could already be there and
you will touch the partially dissolved
tablet.
Notes
– You will obtain optimum rinsing
and drying results by using solo
detergents and applying salt and rinse
aid separately.
– If programmes are short, tablets
may not have full cleaning effect due to
different dissolving properties
and there may even be undissolved
detergent residue. It is recommended
to use washing powder for these
programmes.
– The Intensive programme (on some
models) requires one tab only. When
using washing powder, you can apply
some of this cleaning agent to the
inside of the appliance’s door.
– Even if the rinse-aid and/or salt refill
indicator is lit, the rinse programme will
run correctly with combined
detergents.
– If using detergents in a water-soluble
protective cover: Take hold of the
cover with dry hands only and put
the detergent into an absolutely
dry detergent dispenser only, otherwise
the detergent may stick.
– If you switch from combined
detergents to solo detergents, ensure
that the water softening system and
amount of rinse aid have been set to
the correct value.
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Overview of programmes
The max. possible number of programmes is illustrated in this overview.
The corresponding programmes for your appliance can be found on the fascia.
Type of utensils
pots and pans,
non-sensitive
utensils
and cutlery
Type of soiling
very adhesive
burned-in or dried-on
food remnants
containing starch
or protein
Programme
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Intensive 70°
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Auto 45° – 65°
mixed utensils
and cutlery
part dried, common
household food
remnants
sensitive utensils,
cutlery,
slightly adhesive,
temperaturefresh food remnants
sensitive plastic
and glasses
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Eco 50°
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Gentle 40°
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Quick 45°
all types of utensils
cold rinsing,
intermediate
cleaning
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Possible additional Programme sequence
options
Prerinse
Clean 70°
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 65°
Dry
Is optimised according to
the soiling with the aid
all
of sensors.
Prerinse
Clean 50°
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 65°
Dry
Intensive zone
Prerinse
Express Wash/
Clean 40°
Speed Perfect
Intermediate rinse
(VarioSpeed)
Final rinse 55°
Half load
Dry
Extra drying
Clean 45°
Extra drying
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 55°
none
Prerinse
Prerinse
Programme selection
Information for test institutes
You can select a suitable programme
according to the type of utensils and
degree of soiling.
Test institutes can request the conditions
for running comparison tests by sending
an e-mail to
dishwasher@test-appliances.com.
Quote the appliance number (E­Nr.)
and the production date (FD) which you
can find on the rating
plate 92 on the appliance door.
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Additional options
* depending on model
Additional options can be set with the
buttons 8.
Ÿ Express Wash/ Speed Perfect/
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(VarioSpeed) *
This function can reduce the running time
by approx. 20% to 50% depending on the
selected rinse programme. To obtain
optimum cleaning and drying results at a
reduced running time, water and energy
consumption are increased.
Ï Intensive zone *
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Perfect for a mixed load. You can wash
very soiled pots and pans in the lower
basket together with normally soiled
utensils in the upper basket. The spray
pressure in the lower basket is intensified,
the rinsing temperature is increased
slightly.
· Hygiene *
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The temperature is increased during the
cleaning process. This increases the
hygiene status. This additional option is
ideal for cleaning e.g. chopping boards
and baby bottles.
§ Half load *
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If you have only a few items to wash (e.g.
glasses, cups, plates), you can switch to
“half load”. This will save water, energy
and time. It is recommended to put a little
less detergent in the detergent dispenser
than for a full load.
Washing the dishes
Programme data
The programme data (consumption
values) can be found in the summary
of instructions. This data refers to normal
conditions and the water hardness set
value 2. Different influencing factors such
as water temperature or mains pressure
may result in deviations.
Aqua sensor *
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The Aqua sensor is an optical measuring
device (light barrier) which measures the
turbidity of the rinsing water.
The Aqua sensor is used according to the
programme. If the Aqua sensor is active,
“clean” rinsing water can be transferred to
the next rinse bath and water consumption
can be reduced by 3–6 litres. If the
turbidity is greater, the water is drained
and is replaced with fresh water. In the
automatic programmes the temperature
and running time can also be adjusted to
the degree of soiling.
Switching on the appliance
– Turn on the tap fully.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
The display of the last selected
programme flashes. This programme
remains selected unless another
programme is selected with the button
< H or button > P.
– Press the START button h.
– Close the door.
The programme starts running.
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An increased temperature during the final
rinse and an extended drying phase
ensure that even plastic parts dry better.
There is a slight increase in the energy
consumption.
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Timer programming *
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* depending on model
You can delay the start of the programme
by 3, 6 or 9 hours.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
– Keep pressing the Preselected starting
time button 0 until the appropriate
display 3h, 6h or 9h is lit.
– Press START button h, timer
programming is activated.
– To delete the preselected starting time,
keep pressing the Preselected starting
time button 0 until none of the
displays 3h, 6h or 9h is lit.
You can change your programme
selection at any time until the
programme starts.
End of programme
The programme has ended when the End
display ` is lit.
The end of the programme is also
indicated by an acoustic signal. The
buzzer volume can be set in 4 stages.
Accordingly 0, 1, 2 or 3 displays are lit
(see water hardness table). Factory
setting: 2. This function can be changed
as follows:
– Open the door.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
– Hold down button > P and press
START button h until the End display
` and salt refill indicator )* flash.
– Release buttons.
– Keep pressing button > P until the
salt refill indicator )* and rinse aid
refill indicator )" flash.
– Release buttons.
The refill indicators )* and )" flash
and the displays # and + are lit
(= Setting 2). The set buzzer volume
can be heard.
To change the setting,
– Press the button < H until the
required setting has been selected.
– Press START button h.
The displays go out. The selected
setting is saved.
– Close the door.
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Note
To save energy, the dishwasher
automatically switches off after 2 minutes
after the end of the programme.
Switching off the appliance
Short time after the end of the programme:
– Open the door.
– Switch off ON/OFF switch (.
– Turn off the tap (not applicable if AquaStop fitted).
– Remove the utensils when they have
cooled down.
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At the end of the programme please open
the door fully and not partially when
emptying the dishwasher. Any escaping
water vapour could damage sensitive
worktops.
Interrupting the programme
– Open the door.
– Switch off ON/OFF switch (.
The LEDs go out. The programme is
saved.
If the door was opened on an
appliance which has a warm water
connection or is heated, first leave the
door ajar for several minutes and then
close. Otherwise, expansion (pressure)
may cause the appliance door to
spring open or water to run out of the
appliance.
– To continue the programme, switch on
the ON/OFF switch ( again.
– Close the door.
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Terminating the programme
(Reset)
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– Open the door.
– Press START button h for approx.
3 sec.
The Cleaning display X goes out.
– Close the door.
The remaining programme sequence
lasts approx. 1 minute more. (Buzzer
sounds.)
– Open the door.
– Switch off ON/OFF switch (.
– Close the door.
Changing the programme
When the START button h has been
pressed, the programme cannot be
changed.
The only way a programme can be
changed is by Cancel programme (Reset).
Intensive drying
The final rinse uses a higher temperature
which improves the drying result. The
running time may increase slightly.
(Caution if utensils are delicate!)
– Open the door.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
– Hold down button > P and press
START button h until the End display
` and salt refill indicator )* flash.
– Release buttons.
– Keep pressing button > P until the
salt refill indicator )* and “Check
water supply” )2 flash.
– Release buttons.
The displays )* and )2 flash.
To change the setting,
– Press button < H until the display
# is lit (Intensive drying on).
– Press START button h.
The displays go out. The setting is
saved.
– Close the door.
Maintenance and care
A regular inspection and maintenance of
your machine will help to prevent faults.
This saves time and prevents problems.
Overall condition of the machine
– Check spray arm for grease and
limescale deposits.
If you find such deposits:
– Fill detergent dispenser with detergent.
Start the appliance without utensils in
the programme with the highest rinsing
temperature.
Clean the appliance with detergents/
appliance cleaners which are particularly
suitable for use with dishwashers.
– Regularly clean door seal with a damp
cloth.
Never use a steam cleaner to clean your
dishwasher. The manufacturer is not liable
for any consequential damage.
Regularly wipe the front of the appliance
and fascia with a damp cloth; water and a
little washing up liquid are adequate. Do
not use sponges with a rough surface or
abrasive detergents, as these could
scratch the surfaces.
Stainless steel appliances: To prevent
corrosion, avoid using sponge cloths or
wash them out thoroughly several times
before using for the first time.
ã=Warning
Never use other chlorinated household
detergents! Health hazard!
Special salt and rinse aid
– Check the refill indicators )* and
)". If required, refill salt and/or rinse
aid.
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Filters
Spray arms
The filters 1R keep large foreign objects
in the rinsing water away from the pump.
These foreign objects may occasionally
block the filters.
The filter system consists of a coarse filter,
a flat fine filter and a microfilter.
– After each washing cycle check the
filters for residue.
– Unscrew filter cylinder as illustrated
and take out filter system.
Limescale and contaminants in the rinsing
water may block nozzles
and bearings on the spray arms 1:
and 1B.
– Check outlet nozzles on the spray
arms for blockages.
– Unscrew the upper spray arms 1: (1/
4 revolution).
– Remove the lower spray arm 1B
upwards.
– Remove any residue and clean filters
under running water.
– Re-install filter system in reverse
sequence and ensure that the arrow
marks are opposite each other after
closing the filter system.
– Clean spray arms under running water.
– Re-engage or screw on spray arms.
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Troubleshooting
The majority of faults which could occur in
daily operation can be rectified by the
user. This ensures that the appliance is
quickly available for use again. The
following overview will help you locating
the causes and gives helpful advise to
eliminate them.
Note
If the appliance stops during dishwashing
or does not start for no obvious reason,
first run the Abort programme function
(Reset).
(See chapter entitled “Dishwashing”)
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Waste water pump
Large food remnants or foreign objects
which were not captured by the filters may
block the waste water pump. The rinsing
water will then be above the filter.
In this case:
– First always disconnect the appliance
from the power supply.
– Take out top basket 1" and bottom
basket 1b.
– Remove the filters 1R.
– Scoop out water, use a sponge if
required.
– Prise out the white pump cover
(as illustrated) using a spoon. Grip the
cover on the crosspiece and lift
diagonally inwards. Remove cover
completely.
Don’t forget: Repairs may be carried out
by technicians only. If a component has to
be replaced, ensure that only original
spare parts are used. Improper repairs or
use of non-original spare parts may cause
considerable damage and put the user at
considerable risk.
– Check impeller wheel and remove any
foreign objects.
– Place cover in the original position and
press down until it engages (click).
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– Install filters.
– Re-insert baskets.
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... when the appliance is
switched on
The appliance does not start.
– The mains fuse has tripped.
– The appliance plug has not been
inserted.
– The appliance door has not been shut
properly.
... on the appliance
Lower spray arm rotates sluggishly.
– Spray arm blocked.
The door is difficult to open. *
– Child-proof lock is activated. The
deactivation instructions are at the
back in the envelope.
* depending on model
Door cannot be closed.
– Door lock has been activated. To reset,
close the door with greater force.
Cover on the detergent dispenser cannot
be closed.
– Detergent dispenser overfilled or
mechanism blocked by sticky
detergent residue.
Detergent residue in the detergent
dispenser.
– Dispenser was damp when filled.
“Check water supply” display )2 lights
up.
– Tap turned off.
– Water supply interrupted.
– Supply hose kinked.
– Filter in the water supply blocked.
– Switch off the appliance and pull
out the mains plug.
– Turn off the tap.
– Clean filter in the supply hose.
– Reconnect power supply.
– Turn on the tap.
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– Switch on the appliance.
– Water is left in the appliance at the end
of the programme.
– Waste water hose
is blocked or kinked.
– Waste water pump blocked,
cover on the waste water pump
is not locked in position
(see Waste water pump).
– Filters blocked.
– The programme has not yet ended.
Wait until programme
ends or implement “Reset”
function.
The “Check water supply” display )2
flashes rapidly.
– Water in the safety system.
– Switch off the appliance and pull
out the mains plug.
– Turn off the tap.
– Call customer service.
Refill indicator for salt )* and/or rinseaid )" is not lit.
– Refill indicator/s switched off.
– Adequate salt/rinse-aid available.
Refill indicator for special salt )* is lit.
– No salt.
Refill with special salt.
– Sensor does not detect salt tablets.
Use different special salt.
... during the wash cycle
Unusual foam formation.
– Handwash liquid in the rinse aid
dispenser.
Spilled rinse aid causes excessive
frothing, therefore please remove with
a cloth.
Appliance stops during the wash cycle.
– Power supply interrupted.
– Water supply interrupted.
Filling valves making striking noises
– Caused by the installation of the water
line and has no effect on the function
of the machine. Remedial action is not
possible.
Knocking/rattling noise during rinsing
– Spray arm is striking utensils.
– Utensils not arranged correctly.
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... on the utensils
Food residue on the utensils.
– Utensils placed too closely together,
utensils basket overfilled.
– Too little detergent.
– Rinse programme too weak.
– Spray arm rotation obstructed.
– Spray arm nozzles blocked.
– Filters blocked.
– Filters incorrectly inserted.
– Waste water pump blocked.
– Top basket on right and left not set to
same height.
Tea or lipstick residue is not completely
removed.
– The detergent has an inadequate
bleaching effect.
– Too low rinsing temperature.
– Too little/unsuitable detergent.
White stains on the utensils/glasses
remain milky.
If phosphate-free detergents are used with
hard tap water, white deposits may be
deposited more easily on utensils and
the container walls.
– Too little/unsuitable detergent.
– Too weak programme selected.
– No/too little rinse aid.
– No/too little special salt.
– Water softening system set to the
wrong value.
– Salt dispenser lock not fastened.
Contact the detergent manufacturer,
in particular if:
– the utensils are very wet at the end of
the programme.
– limescale forms.
Dull, discoloured glasses, film cannot be
washed off.
– Unsuitable detergent.
– Glasses not dishwasher-proof.
Streaks on glasses and cutlery, glasses
have metallic appearance.
– Too much rinse aid.
Plastic parts discoloured.
– Too little/unsuitable detergent.
– Too weak programme selected.
Rust spots on the cutlery.
– Cutlery not rust-resistant.
– Salt content in the rinsing water too
high, as salt dispenser lock not
fastened firmly or salt was spilled while
being refilled.
Utensils not dry.
– Appliance door opened too early and
utensils taken out too early.
– Programme selected without drying.
– Too little/unsuitable rinse aid.
– Activate intensive drying.
– The combined detergent used has
a poor drying performance.
Use rinse aid (see Rinse aid chapter
for setting).
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Customer service
If the advice given does not resolve your
problem, please contact your customer
service. Contact details can be found on
the back cover of this instruction manual
or in the enclosed customer service list.
When calling , please quote the appliance
number (1) and the production date
(FD = 2) which can be found on the rating
plate 92 on the appliance door.
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Rely on the expertise of the
manufacturer. Call us to ensure that the
repair will be carried out by fully-trained
service engineers, who are equipped with
original spare parts for your appliance.
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Installation
The dishwasher must be connected
correctly, otherwise it will not function
properly. The specifications for the inlet
and outlet as well as the electrical
connected loads must correspond with the
required criteria as specified in the
following paragraphs or in the installation
instructions.
Install the appliance in the correct
sequence:
– Checking appliance on delivery
– Installing the appliance
– Waste water connection
– Fresh water connection
– Electrical connection
Safety instructions
– Install and connect the appliance
according to the installation
and assembly instructions.
– Prior to installation, disconnect
the dishwasher from the power supply.
– Ensure that the protective conductor
system of the domestic supply has
been correctly installed.
– The electrical connection conditions
must correspond with
the specifications on the dishwasher
rating plate 92.
– If the power cord of this appliance
is damaged, it must be replaced with
a particular power cord.
To prevent injury, the power cord
may be replaced by customer service
only.
– If the dishwasher is installed in a highsided unit, the unit must be secured
properly.
– Install built-under or integratable
appliances only under continuous
worktops which have been screwed
to adjacent cupboards to ensure
stability.
– Do not install the appliance near heat
sources (radiators, heat storage tanks,
cookers or other appliances which
generate heat) and do not install under
a hob.
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– After installing the appliance, ensure
that the plug is easily accessible.
(see Electrical connection)
– Some models:
The plastic housing on the water
connection contains an electric valve,
the connecting cables are in the supply
hose. Do not cut through this hose,
do not immerse the plastic
housing in water.
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If the appliance is not in a cavity and a
side panel is accessible, the door hinge
area must be covered at the side
for reasons of safety (risk of injury).
The covers are available as optional
accessories from customer
service or specialist outlets.
Delivery
Your dishwasher has been checked
thoroughly in the factory to ensure that it is
in working order. This may cause small
water stains. These will disappear after the
first wash cycle.
Technical specifications
Weight:
max. 45 kg
Voltage:
220–240 V, 50 Hz or 60 Hz
Connected load:
2.0–2.4 kW
Fuse:
10/16 A (UK 13A)
Water pressure:
at least 0.05 MPa (0.5 bar), maximum
1 MPa (10 bar). At a higher water
pressure: connect pressure-reducing valve
ahead.
Inlet rate:
minimum 10 litres/minute
Water temperature:
cold water; hot water max. temperature
60 °C.
Installation
The required installation dimensions can
be found in the installation instructions.
Level the appliance with the aid of the
height-adjustable feet. Ensure that the
appliance is situated securely on the floor.
– A built-under or integrated appliance
which is installed subsequently as a
free-standing appliance must be
secured to prevent it from overturning,
e.g. by screwing it to the wall or by
installing it under a continuous worktop
which is screwed to adjacent
cupboards.
– The appliance can easily be
installed in a fitted kitchen between
wooden and plastic walls.
Waste-water connection
– The required work sequence can be
found in the installation instructions. If
required, fit a siphon with an drainage
connection.
– Connect the waste-water hose to the
drainage connection of the siphon with
the enclosed parts.
Ensure that the drainage hose is not
kinked, crushed or twisted and that
there is no cover plate in the drainage
to prevent the waste water from flowing
out!
Fresh water connection
– Connect the fresh-water connection to
the tap according to the installation
instructions with the enclosed parts.
Ensure that the fresh-water connection
is not kinked, crushed or twisted.
– When replacing the appliance, always
use a new water supply hose.
Water pressure:
at least 0.05 MPa (0.5 bar), maximum
1 MPa (10 bar). At a higher water
pressure: connect pressure-reducing valve
ahead.
Inlet rate:
minimum 10 litres/minute
Water temperature:
cold water preferred; hot water max.
temperature 60 °C.
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Electrical connection
Transportation
– Connect the appliance to an
alternating current only, ranging from
220 V to 240 V and 50 Hz or 60 Hz
via a correctly installed socket with
protective earth conductor. See rating
plate for required fusing 92.
– The socket must be near the appliance
and freely accessible following
installation.
If the plug is not freely accessible, an
allpole disconnector with a contact
opening of at least 3 mm must be
fitted on the installation side to satisfy
the relevant safety instructions.
– The connection may be modified by
technicians only.
– A power cord extension may be
purchased from customer service only.
– Use only a residual current operated
circuit-breaker which features
the symbol ‚. Only this extension
guarantees compliance with
the currently valid regulations.
– The appliance features a water
damage protection system. Please
note the system will not function
unless the power supply is connected.
Empty the dishwasher and secure loose
parts.
Drain the appliance according to the
following steps:
– Turn on the tap.
– Open the door.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
The displays of the last selected
programme light up.
– Select programme @ with the
highest temperature button < H.
– Press START button h.
– Close the door.
Programme sequence starts.
– Open door after approx. 4 minutes.
– Press START button h for approx.
3 sec.
The Cleaning display X goes out.
– Close the door.
The remaining programme sequence
lasts approx. 1 minute more. (Buzzer
sounds.)
– Switch the appliance off ( and turn
the tap off.
Transport appliance upright only.
(This prevents residual water from running
into the machine control and damaging
the programme sequence.)
Removing the appliance
Also observe the sequence of worksteps
here.
– Disconnect the appliance from
the power supply.
– Turn off the water supply.
– Disconnect the waste water and fresh
water connections.
– Loosen fastening screws for the
furniture parts.
– If fitted, remove the base panel.
– Pull out the appliance, carefully pulling
the hose behind.
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Protection against frost
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If the appliance is in a room where there is
a risk of frost (e.g. holiday home), empty
the appliance completely (see
Transportation).
– Turn off the tap, disconnect supply
hose and drain water.
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Waste disposal
Both the packaging of new appliances and
the old appliances themselves contain
valuable raw materials and recyclable
materials.
Please dispose of the individual parts
separated according to type.
Please ask your dealer or inquire at your
local authority about current means of
disposal.
Packaging
All plastic parts of the appliance are
identified with internationally standardised
abbreviations (e.g. >PS< polystyrene).
Therefore, plastic waste can be sorted out
when the appliance is being disposed of.
Please follow the safety instructions under
“Delivery”.
Old appliances
Please follow the safety instructions under
“Disposal of your appliance”.
This appliance is identified
according to the European
guideline 2002/96/EC on waste
electrical and electronic equipment
– WEEE. The guideline specifies
the framework for an EU-wide valid
return and re-use of old
appliances.
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