WC140 Integrated Dishwasher
Manual for Installation, Use and Maintenance
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• Read
prior
toof
installation
and use of the appliance.
the instructions
priorthe
to instructions
installation and
use
the appliance.
• Do
climb on the
open
dishwasher
door to prevent damage.
ot lean or climb
onnot
the lean
openordishwasher
door
to prevent
damage.
• Close
dishwasher
door accidents.
after use to prevent accidents.
the dishwasher
doorthe
after
use to prevent
• Use
detergents,
salt and designed
rinse aid specifically
designed for dishwashers.
nly detergents,
salt only
and rinse
aid specifically
for dishwashers.
• Do
notdishwasher
put solvents
in the dishwasher
detergent
compartment
to prevent risk of explosion
ot put solvents
in the
detergent
compartment
to prevent
risk of explosion
• Only
put dishwasher
safe items into
dishwasher.
If in
doubt,
check with
of the items.
put dishwasher
safe items
into the dishwasher.
If in the
doubt,
check with
the
manufacturer
of the
the manufacturer
items.
• Takethe
care
when loading
the dishwasher
to observe thefor
recommendations
for best
are when loading
dishwasher
to observe
the recommendations
best loading practice,
andloading
also to practice,
ensure and also to ensure
thatassharp
such blade
as knives
aretoplaced
blade
down to prevent accidents.
harp objects such
knivesobjects
are placed
down
prevent
accidents.
Do not open
dishwasher
door iswhen
a programme
is running.
it isthen
necessary
to do so, then open it
ot open the•dishwasher
doorthe
when
a programme
running.
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to doIf so,
open it
slightly to allow
the dishwasher
to pause
programme
andspilling
prevent
anyRemember
water spilling
ightly to allowonly
the dishwasher
to pause
the programme
and the
prevent
any water
out.
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the Remember that the
water
thevery
dishwasher
very hot when
the programme is running.
in the dishwasher
caninbe
hot whencan
thebeprogramme
is running.
• When
dishwasher
is not inthat
use, you
we reccomend
you
turn off
thesupply
water supply
the supply tap and disconnect
the dishwasher
is notthe
in use,
we reccomend
turn off thethat
water
supply
at the
tap andatdisconnect
the main supply.
ain supply.
you are leaving
dishwasher
for you
an extended
period
should
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slightly
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extended
period
should leave
theyou
door
slightly
open
prevent
the open to prevent the
formation
tion of unpleasant
smells.of unpleasant smells.
Recommendations
Recomendations
• To reduce energy and
toto
loading
thethe
dishw•
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and water
waterconsumption,
consumption,remove
removeallalldirt
dirtresidues
residuesfrom
fromthe
thedishes
dishesprior
prior
loading
dishwasher.
• Only run the
when
loaded.
•
the dishwasher
dishwasheronly
when
fullyfully
loaded.
•
• Place
Place hollow
hollow items
items (bowls,
(bowls,glasses
glassesand
andpans)
pans)face
facedown
downininthe
thebasket.
basket.
Before first use
• Set the water softener level as required by the water hardness in the area.
• Add 2kg of salt into the salt compartment and then fill with water to the top of the salt compartment.
• Remove all the packaging materials from the interior of the dishwasher.
• Fill the rinse aid compartment.
• Run a hot programme without any dishes in the dishwasher.
Control Panel
Power Button
To switch the power to the dishwasher on or off, press the power button (1). When you switch on the dishwasher, the end
of programme light will illuminate.
illumnate.
Programme Selection Button
To select a programme, press the programme selection button (2). The dishwasher will store in its memory the last
programme used. To change the programme, press the programme selection button again until the light next to the
required programme is illuminated.
Delay Timer Button and Delay Timer Indicator Lights
The dishwasher is equipped with a variable delay timer of three, six or nine hours’ duration. To set the delay timer, press the
delay timer button (3). This will switch on the delay timer for three hours, and the 3h light will illuminate. To change the
duration, press the delay timer button again until the light next to the required time (6h or 9h) is illuminated.
To cancel the timer, press the delay timer button again until none of the delay timer indicator lights are illuminated.
As the delay timer counts down, the delay timer indicator lights will illuminate in turn, so at six hours’ delay the 6h light will
illuminate, and at three hours’ delay the 3h light will illuminate.
Salt Warning Light
When the dishwasher salt begins to run out, the salt warning light will illuminate to advise that the salt needs refilling.
Rinse Aid Warning Light
When the rinse aid begins to run out, the rinse aid warning light will illuminate to advise that the salt needs refilling.
End of Programme Light
When the programme is complete, the dishwasher will emit five beeps and the end of programme light will illuminate.
2
Power button
1
3
Programme selection button
Delay timer button
Indicator lights
Starting a programme
• Press the Power button.
• Press the Programme Selection button until the required programme light is illuminated.
• If required, press the Delay Timer button.
• Once the power is switched on, the end of Programme Indicator light will switch on.
• Once a programme is selected, the end of Programme Indicator light will switch off, and the Programme Indicator light will switch on.
• When you close the dishwasher door the programme will start automatically.
Please note: The dishwasher stores the most recently used programme in its memory. To change the
programme, simply press the Programme Selection button .
Programme Selection button
Power button
Delay Timer button
End of Programme
Indicator light
At the end of a programme
If possible, do not open the dishwasher door once the programme has started.
At the end of the programme, the dishwasher will beep five times, and the end of Programme Indicator light will switch on.
Changing a programme
It is possible to change the programme if necessary once the programme has started.
• First open the door slightly to reduce the risk of water spillage.
• Press the Programme Selection button until the required Programme Indicator light is illuminated.
• Then close the door. The dishwasher will begin the new programme from the point at which the old programme stopped.
Cancelling a programme
It is possible to cancel the programme once the programme has started.
• First open the door slightly to reduce the risk of water spillage.
• Press and hold the Programme Selection button for approximately three seconds, until the end of Programme Indicator light flashes and the Programme Indicator light switches off.
• Then close the door. The dishwasher will drain for approximately thirty seconds. Once this is complete, the dishwasher will beep five times and the end of Programme Indicator light will switch on.
Switching the dishwasher off
• Once the dishwasher beeps five times, and the end of Programme Indicator light switches on, the dishwasher can be switched off by pressing the Power button.
• Then turn off the water tap and remove the plug from the power socket.
Please note: The dishwasher will automatically continue on the programme it has started if the door is
opened or in the event of a power cut.
1. Push the latch as shown in figure 1.
2. Add the required amount of detergent. The main detergent
compartment “b” (figure 2) has lines to allow for specific amounts of
detergent. These are marked at either 15 cm3 or 25 cm3, to be
used depending on how dirty the dishes are.
If your dishes are in need of an intensive wash, then add 5 cm3 of
detergent into the prewash section of the compartment “a” (figure 2).
3. Then close the detergent compartment lid until the latch locks.
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Detergent
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To in
filldishwashers.
the detergent compartment
use
To fill the detergent compartment
1. Push the latch as shown in figure 1.
1. Push the latch to open the compartment.
Add
the required amount
of detergent.
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detergent do not put
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dishwasher
always
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compartment,
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then adjust
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rinse
aid setting
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the and
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add
dishwasher
salt,
follow
the
steps
below:
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tablets,
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thedishwasher
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appropriate
level.
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aid
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of dishwasher
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3. Replace the
cap and
the lower basket.
dishwasher,
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performance.
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remove
the
ions
that
make
the the
water
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toand
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best
quality
wash
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add
dishwasher
salt,
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steps
below:
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add
salt
rinse the
aid to
the
dishwasher
performance.
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is achieved
using
dishwasher
salt.
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the
lower
dishwasher
basket
and
then
unscrew
the saltthe
warning
light
on by
the
control
panel
illuminates,
you
should
andWhen
then
adjust
water
hardness
setting
and
rinse
aid
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tosalt
the
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in figure
refill compartment
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with
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hardness
to the
dishwasher
follow
the
steps
to
prevent
unnecessary
spillage
(figure
3).
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first
use,
you
should
maximum and run an empty wash, then adjust the water hardness setting and
1. Remove
the lower dishwasher
basket
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unscrew
thefillsalt
fill
the
compartment
with
2kg
of
dishwasher
salt
and
then
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the
theYou
rinseshould
aid setting
the appropriate
level. immediately after adding salt
run ato
prewash
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compartment
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(up
the brim
dishwasher
salt,
to
prevent
any
damage
to the
figure
3.
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compartment
with dishwasher salt (do
notdishwasher
use table salt),systems.
carefully
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3. toReplace
preventthe
unnecessary
spillage.
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lower basket.
compartment
with 2kg of
salt
and then
fill up the
saltwater
To ensure
the best efficiency,
thedishwasher
dishwasher
needs
soft water.
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compartment
with water
(up
tothe
thedishes
brim of
the
compartment)
as shown means
thatthe
lime
residues
remain
onthe
and
the
interior of
the
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salt
warning
light
on
control
panel
illuminates,
you
should
in figure
3.
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performance.
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system
designed
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salt compartment
with salt
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water
to thetosalt
3.compartment
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the
capmake
and
remove
the ions
that
thelower
water
hard to provide the best quality wash
after
thethe
first
use. basket.
performance. This is achieved by using dishwasher salt.
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the saltrun
warning
light onprogramme
the control panel
illuminates,
youadding
should
You should
a prewash
immediately
after
the salt compartment
with
salt damage
only
– doto
not
add
water to the
salt
dishwasher
salt,
prevent
any
the
dishwasher
systems.
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add
dishwasher
salt,to
follow
the steps
below:
compartment after the first use.
1. Remove the lower dishwasher basket and then unscrew the salt
compartment cap, as shown in figure 1.
should
run a programme
immediately
after
dishwasher
2. You
Fill the
compartment
with dishwasher
salt (do not
useadding
table salt),
carefully
salt,
to prevent
any damage
the dishwasher
systems.
to prevent
unnecessary
spillageto
(figure
3). Before first
use, you should
fill the compartment with 2kg of dishwasher salt and then fill up the salt
compartment with water (up to the brim of the compartment) as shown
fig 2
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SALT
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SALT
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3
fig.
SALT
fig 3
SALT
fig 2
Testing strip
The washing effectiveness of your machine depends on the softness of the tap water. For this
reason, your machine is equipped with a system that reduces the hardness in mains water
supply. The washing effectiveness will increase when the system is correctly set. To find out
the water hardness level of water in your area, contact your local water board or determine
water hardness level by using the test strip(if available).
Keep the
Run
Open the adjustment
Softener
Wait for
Make your machine’s water hardness
Shake the
1 min.
setting according to the result
testing strip
testing
water
testing
The efficiency
of
your
dishwasher
depends
on
the
softness
of
the
tap
water.
To
ensure
best efficiency,
thethe
dishwasher
obtained
through
testing strip.
after taking it
strip in
through
strip.
is equipped with a system
thefor
hardness
in the
mains water supply. The efficiency will increase when the
of water.
water
1 out
your that
tap reduces
system is correctly set.
the water hardness level of your water supply you can use the test strip supplied or
forTo
1 find out sec.
alternatively contactmin.
your local water board.
No Lime
Very low lime content
Low lime content
Medium lime content
Lime content
High Lime content
1. Open the testing strip.
Adjusting salt consumption
2. Run water through the tap for one minute.
3. Table
Hold theof
testing
stripHardness
in water for one
second.
Water
Level
Settings
4. Shake the testing strip after taking it out of the water
If the hardness of the water you use is above 90 dF (French hardness) or if you are using well
water; you are recommended to use filter and water refinement devices.
5. Wait for one minute
6. Check the number of marks on the strip to see the level of water hardness.
If the hardness of the water you use is above 60
63dE
dE or
or if you are using well water;
water; you are recommended to use filter and
water refinement devices.
Please note: The level of water hardness is preset to level 3.
1. Press and hold down the programme selection button
2. Press the power button to switch on the dishwasher
3. Keep the programme selection button pressed until the five programme indicator lights and the end of programme
indicator light flash.
4. To adjust the level, press the programme selection button until the required level is selected. The programme lights
will illuminate as in the table of water hardness settings.
Hardness
level
is adjusted
level
3 button.
as a factory setting.
5. NOTE:
To store the
selected water
hardness
level, presstothe
power
9
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Aid Aid
fill the rinse
aid compartment
Rinse
Aid
To fill theTorinse
aidrinse
compartment
fill
the
aidcompartment
compartment
To
fill
the
rinse
aid
Open the rinse aid compartment
by turning and removing the cap as
1.
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the
rinse
aid
compartment
by turning
and removing
the cap
1.
Open
the
rinse
aid compartment
by turning
and removing
the as
cap as shown in figure 4.
1. Open the rinse aid compartment by turning and removing the cap as
inshown
shown
figurein4.figure 4.
in figure 4. until the rinse aid indicator goes dark,
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aid compartment
2.
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the
rinse
aid compartment
until
the aid
rinse
aid indicator
dark, 2. Fill the
rinse
aid
compartment
until the
rinse
indicator
goesgoes
dark,
2.
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the
aid compartment
until
the rinse
aid indicator
dark,
as shown in
5rinse
(where
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and
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5 (where “a”
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Rinse Aid Adjustment
nse Aid
Adjustment
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level
of
rinseAdjustment
aid use is preset to 4. You can adjust the level of rinse aid
Rinse
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Rinse
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use by
as shown
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figure
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level of rinse
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the level
of rinse
aidaid
by adjusting
as
shown
in
figure
6.
use by adjusting as shown in figure 6.
use by adjusting as shown in figure 6.
If water stains form on the dishes after a wash, the level should be increased.
If blue stains which can be wiped away are left on the dishes after a wah, the
water on
stains
form
on after
the dishes
afterthe
a wash,
levelbe
should
be increased.
ater stainsIflevel
form
the
dishes
a wash,
level the
should
increased.
be decreased.
If water stainsshould
form on
the dishes after a wash, the level should be increased.
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blue
stains
which
can
be
wiped
away
are
left
on
the
dishes
after
wash, the
ue stains which can be wiped away are left on the dishes after a wash,athe
If blue stains which can be wiped away are left on the dishes after a wash, the
level
should
be
decreased.
l should be
decreased.
Please
note: Rinse aid ensures better quality wash results and
level should
be decreased.
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increased drying performance.
Please note: Rinse aid ensures better quality wash results and
ase note: Rinse aid ensures better quality wash results and
Please increased
note:
Rinse
aid
quality
results and
drying
performance.
Always
refill
theensures
rinse aidbetter
when the
rinsewash
aid indicator
light on the
reased drying performance.
control
panel
is illuminated.
increased
drying
performance.
Always refill the rinse aid when the rinse aid indicator light on the
ways refillcontrol
the rinse
aid
the rinse aid indicator light on the
panel
is when
illuminated.
Always refill the
rinse
aid when the rinse aid indicator light on the
trol panel is illuminated.
control panel is illuminated.
fig.fig6 6
fig 6
fig 6
Dishwasher Baskets
To adjust the height of the upper basket:
1. Open the basket retaining clips, as shown in figure 7, but turning them to
the side.
2. Remove the upper basket, and relocate the alternate set of wheels on the
runner, as shown in figure 8, pushing the basket back into place.
3. Close the basket retaining clips.
fig 7
The images below are designed as guidance as to best practice for loading
the dishwasher.
Upper basket
fig 8
Lower basket
Bad loads
Standard loading and Test Data
Capacity
• Upper and lower baskets: 12 place settings.
• The upper basket should be adjusted to high position.
• Cups should be placed on to the dish rack pins.
Detergent / Rinse aid
• 5 + 25 cm3, in accordance with EN50242-DIN 44990 IEC 436
(international norms) / Rinse aid dosage adjustment: 4.
Programme test
• Economic 50°C, in accordance with EN 50242 (international norms.).
Programme Listing
Programme
names and
temperatures
Intensive
65°C (P1)
Normal
55°C (P2)
Economic
50°C (P3)
Quick
40°c (P4)
Prewash
No Heat (P5)
Type of
food waste
soups, sauces,
pasta, eggs, pilaf,
potato and oven
dishes, fried foods
soups, sauces,
pasta, eggs, pilaf,
potato and oven
dishes, fried foods
coffee, milk,
tea, cold meats,
vegetables, not
kept for long
coffee, milk,
tea, cold meats,
vegetables, not
kept for long
Pre-wash to
rinse and loosen
residue-awaiting full
load-then select a
programme
Level of soil
high
medium
medium
small
N/A
Detergent
amount
A: 25 cm3/15cm3
B: 5cm3
A+B
A+B
A+B
A
N/A
Prewash
P re
was h
P Prewash
re was h
PPrewash
re was h
P re was h
PPrewash
re was h
5 65
0° Co w
as h
wash
5 0°
as h
55Cowwash
5 50
0° Co wash
w as h
o w as h
540
0° C
wash
5 0° CEnd
w as h
C old
r ins
e
Cold
rinse
C Cold
old r ins
e
rinse
CCold
old r rinse
ins e
CCold
old rrinse
ins e
C old r ins e
rinse
HHot
ot r ins
e
rinse
HHot
ot r ins
e
H ot rrinse
ins e
Hot
Hot
H ot rrinse
ins e
H ot r ins e
Dry
Dry
Dry
Dry
Dry
Dry
Dry
End
Dry
E nd
End
E nd
End
E nd
End
E nd
E nd
Programme
duration (mins.)
110
95
150
30
15
Electricity
consumption
(kW hours)
1,55
1,10
1,05
0,68
0,02
Water
consumption
(liters)
(litres)
17,2
16,5
15,7
12,4
4,5
Warning: Short programmes do not include a drying stage.
The values and times provided above have been obtained under laboratory conditions according to relevant standards.
This information can change depending on the conditions of the dishwasher’s use and environment (network tension,
water pressure, water input temperature and environment temperature).
Unplug
your machine
ime
maythat
accumulate
intemperature,
the machine's
section.InIncase
case
such
gramme
runs at high
andwashing
start the machine.
ofof
insufficiency,
useand turn off its ta
Do not use
hard materials
when cleani
ation;
ecial
cleansing material available in the market. (Cleansing material produced
special
to
and a dampened cloth.
chines
bycompartment
detergent producers.)
etergent
without loading any dishes into the machine,
select a
me that runs at high temperature, and start the machine. In case ofFilters
insufficiency, use
eaning
the
seals inavailable
the machine
eansing
material
in thedoor,
market. (Cleansing material produced
towastes have remain
Check ifspecial
any food
any accumulated
residues in the door seals, wipe the seals regularly
filters. by using a
s clean
by detergent
producers.)
If any food wastes are left, remove the
mpened cloth.
thoroughly under the water tap.
g the seals
inand
the Maintenance
machine door,
Caremachine,
eaning
the
any accumulated
residues in the door seals, wipe the seals regularly by using a
ancloth.
the filters
and spray
arms
at least you
once
a week.
Before beginning
any care
or maintenance,
should
always disconnect the
d
a. Micr
plug your
machine
and
turnsupply,
off its
starting
the cleaning.
appliance
from the
electricity
andtap
alsobefore
turn off the
water supply.
not use hard materials when cleaning your machine. Wipe with a fine cleaning material
gd the
machine,
a dampened
cloth.
e filters Door
andseals
spray arms at least once a week.
our
machine
and turn off its tap before starting the cleaning.
ers
Wipe the dishwasher door seals regularly with a damp cloth to remove
se
hard
materials
when
cleaning
youronmachine.
Wipe
eck if any residues.
food wastes
have
remained
the coarse
andwith
fine a fine cleaning material
mpenedanycloth.
ers.
ny food wastes are left, remove the filters and clean them
roughlyFilters
under the water tap.
b. Coa
c. Meta
To rem
clockw
fig 9
any food wastes have remained on the coarse and fine
You should clean the filters at least once a month.
1. Remove
the lower
basket. the
a. Micro
d wastes
are left,
remove
filters Filter
and clean them
b.
Coarse
Filter
y under2. the
water
tap.
Turn the microfilter anticlockwise and then lift it out as in figure 9.
c. Metal/Plastic Filter
3. Remove the coarse filter from the microfilter (figure 10).
Todishwasher
remove
and clean(figure
the11).
filter
4. Remove the base filtera.
from
the
Micro
Filter compartment
combination, turn it counter
clockwise
and
take
it
out
by
lifting
upwards.1
b. Coarse Filter
fig 10
You should clean and rinse the filters thoroughly before replacing all the
c. toMetal/Plastic
Filter should lock into
sections in reverse order
that above. The microfilter
Pull an
filter. 3
of the
water u
metal/p
filter in
the ma
anothe
metal/p
directio
when t
seen fr
• Never use your dishwasher without
• Incorrect fitting of the filter will reduc
the metal/plastic
To remove
thecoarse
filter combination,
it counter
• turn
Clean
filters are very important in ter
filter. 3 and
Thenclean
pull the
filter out
clockwise
and
take
it
out
by
lifting
upwards.1
of the micro filter.2 Rinse it with lots of
Please note: Never run a programme without the filters in place.
water under the tap. Refit the
Incorrect fitting of the filters may reduce wash performance and
metal/plastic filter. Insert the coarse
potentially damage your
appliance.
Pull
and
the metal/plastic
filter remove
into the micro
filter in a way that
filter.the
3 Then
coarse filter
out
markspull
willthe
correspond
to one
of the
micro filter.2
it with
lots
another.
Attach Rinse
micro filter
into
theof
Spray arms
watermetal/plastic
under the tap.
the to the
filterRefit
and turn
You should clean the spraymetal/plastic
arms direction
at least once aof
month.
arrow
andthe
it iscoarse
locked
filter.
Insert
themicro
arrowfilter
on micro
filter that
can be
filter when
into the
in a way
fig 11
1. Remove the lower basket
seen from
across. 4 to one
the marks
will correspond
place once it is secure as shown
in figure
Pull
and12.remove
2. Pull the lower spray arm upwards to remove it.
another. Attach micro filter into the
Never use
your
dishwasher
without
anyfilter
filter.
3. To
remove
the upper spray
arm, first remove
the nut
on the
upper
metal/plastic
and
turn
tospray
the
ncorrect fitting
of theitfilter
will9.reduce
the
washing
effectiveness.
arm by turning
as indirection
figure
of arrow and it is locked
Clean filters are very important
in terms
themicro
properfilter
running
of the machine.
when the
arrowofon
can be
You should clean and rinse the spray arms thoroughly before replacing
from
4 tightened when
them. Ensure that theseen
upper spray
armacross.
nut is securely
refitting the upper spray arm.
use your dishwasher without any filter.
ct fitting of the filter will reduce the washing effectiveness.
Dishwasher
interior
filters are
very important
in terms of the proper running of the machine.
To deal with an accumulation of dirt, oil or limescale in the dishwasher, run
20 is empty.
an intensive programme with detergent when the dishwasher
Alternatively, there are specialist dishwasher cleaners available that can be used.
fig 12
Failure Codes and Troubleshooting
Your dishwasher control panel is equipped with a diagnostic display to help in the event of a problem with the appliance.
Error Code
Intensive
Normal
Eco
Quick
Prewash
Error description
Inadequate water
supply
Advice
Make sure the water inlet tap is
fully open
Close the water tap, separate the
water inlet hose from the tap and
clean the filter
Restart your machine, contact
CDA service if the error resumes
Continual fill error
Close the tap and contact
CDA service
The waste water in
the machine cannot
be discharged.
Drain hose is blocked
The filters of your machine
might be blocked
Restart the dishwasher and
cancel the programme
If the error continues, contact
CDA service
Heater error
Contact CDA service
Alarm is active against
water overflow
Turn off the dishwasher and
disconnect the water supply
Contact CDA service
Faulty electronic card
Contact CDA service
Overheating error
(temperature in the
machine is too high)
Contact CDA service
Faulty heater sensor
Contact CDA service
Failure Code and Troubleshooting
Problem
The programme will not start
Water remains inside the dishwasher at the end of the
programme
Possible cause
Check the plug, fuse and circuit breakers of the mains supply
The water tap is turned off
The dishwasher door is not fully closed
The water inlet filter or the machine filters are blocked
The water drain hose is blocked or kinked.
knicked
The filters are blocked
The dishwasher stops in the middle of a programme
Power failure
Water inlet failure
Programme is on standby
Wash performance is of a low standard
Poor loading of dishes hinders wash performance.
Insufficient detergent added
Inappropriate wash programme selected
Spray arm blocked
Filters clogged or incorrectly fitted
Water drain pump blocked
White stains on the dishes
Insufficient detergent added
Rinse aid setting is too low
Insufficient dishwasher salt added
Water softener setting is too low
Salt compartment cap not completely closed
The dishes are not completely dry at the end
of the programme
A programme without a drying stage was selected
Rinse aid setting is too low
Dishes unloaded too soon (allow time for drying)
There are rust stains on the dishes
Different sets of cutlery should be kept separate
Too much salt (Water softener setting is too high)
Salt compartment cap not completely closed
Poor appliance earth (check mains electrical supply)
The door is not opening or closing properly
Door tension not correctly adjusted for the décor door
Electrical information
Warning! This appliance must be earthed.
The mains lead of this appliance has been fitted with a BS 1363A 13 amp fused plug. To change a fuse in this type of plug,
follow the steps below:
1. Remove the fuse cover and fuse.
2. Fit replacement 13A fuse, ASTA approved to BS 1362 type, into the fuse cover.
3. Replace fuse cover.
Important: Do not use the appliance without the fuse cover in position.
How to connect an alternative plug
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlet, then it should be cut off and disposed of safely to avoid the risk of
electric shock. A suitable alternative plug of at least 13 Amp rating to BS 1363 should be used.
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:• The wire which is coloured GREEN and YELLOW must be connected to the terminal which is marked with letter (E) or
by the Earth symbol
or coloured GREEN and YELLOW.
• The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter (N), or
coloured BLACK or BLUE.
• The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter (L) or
coloured RED or BROWN.
If in doubt regarding the electrical connection of this appliance, consult a qualified electrician. Do not shorten the
supply cable, the appliance may require removing for servicing.
N.B. Ensure that the plug socket is situated in an easily accessible place.
Installation
• Do not install this appliance if it is damaged in any way. Installing a
damaged appliance may invalidate the warranty.
• The water supply tap should be located in an adjacent cupboard so that it
can be accessed after installation.
• Ensure the appliance is level by adjusting the feet as necessary.
• Only use the water inlet supplied with the appliance.
• If the water pressure is above 10 bar, a pressure relief valve should be used.
• After connecting the water supply, check to ensure there are no leaks.
• The water outlet can either be connected to a water drain or to a sink outlet
spigot. This connection should be at a minimum of 50 cm and a maximum
fig 14
of 110 cm from the floor. The drain hose should be no longer than 4m in
length to ensure good performance from the dishwasher.
fig 15
fig 16
To contact our Customer Care Department, or for Service,
please contact us on the details below.
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CDA Dishwasher – Oversized Fascia Door Mounting Information
Scope of Document:
Where non-standard integrated appliance doors are supplied, additional fitting instructions are required
to ensure compatibility with this product.
Instructions:
The machine is supplied with a fitting template and these instructions should be followed as normal.
However, the fitting template needs to be located lower down the fascia door; this is shown below: -
Offset
Y
Door Height
X
Fitting Template
The amount of offset, Y, depends on the height of the fascia door and can be calculated as: -
WC140:
WC350, WC360:
X-723mm
X-725mm
For example, if you have a 731mm tall fascia door and are fitting a door to a WC140,
then Y = 731 – 723 = 8mm
MT 11/06/09