WC480 Integrated Intelligent Slimline Dishwasher

Installation, Use and Maintenance
Customer Care Department • The
Group Ltd. • Harby Road • Langar • Nottinghamshire • NG13 9HY
T : 01949 862 012 F : 01949 862 003 E : customer.care@cda.eu W : www.cda.eu
3 Important information
5 Important notes
6 Before first use
7 Using your dishwasher
9 Starting a programme
10 Changing a programme
10 Cancelling a programme
12 Detergent information
13 Salt information
14 Softener adjustment
16 Rinse aid information
17 Dishwasher basket information
21 Standard loading
22 Programme listing
23 Care and Maintenance
25 Fault code information
26 Troubleshooting
27 Electrical Information
29 Installation
33 Installation - final checks
The CDA Group Ltd cannot be held responsible for injuries or losses
caused by incorrect use or installation of this product. Please note
that CDA reserve the right to invalidate the guarantee supplied with
this product following incorrect installation or misuse of the appliance.
This appliance is not designed to be used by people (including
children) with reduced physical, sensorial or mental capacity, or
who lack experience or knowledge about it, unless they have had
supervision or instructions on how to use the appliance by someone
who is responsible for their safety.
Under no circumstances should any external covers be removed for
servicing or maintenance except by suitably qualified personnel.
Appliance information:
Please enter the details on the appliance rating plate below for
reference, to assist CDA Customer Care in the event of a fault with
your appliance and to register your appliance for guarantee purposes.
Appliance Model
Serial Number
This appliance has been designed for domestic use only. Commercial
use will invalidate the warranty.
EU Declarations of Conformity:
This product meets the requirements of all applicable EU directives
with the corresponding harmonised standards, which provide for CE
Availability of this manual in an alternative format:
A soft copy of this manual is available for download from www.cda.eu.
At the end of its working life, the product must be taken to a special
local authority waste collection centre or to a dealer providing appliance recycling services.
Disposing of a household appliance separately avoids possible negative consequences for the environment and health. It also enables
the constituent materials to be recovered, saving both energy and
resources. As a reminder of the need to dispose of household appliances separately, the product is marked with a crossed-out wheeled
dustbin .
• Read the instructions prior to installation and use of the
• Do not lean or climb on the open dishwasher door, to
prevent damage.
• Close the dishwasher door after use to prevent accidents.
• Use only detergents, salt and rinse aid specifically
designed for dishwashers.
• Do not put solvents in the dishwasher detergent
compartment to prevent risk of explosion.
• Only put dishwasher safe items into the dishwasher. If in
doubt, check with the manufacturer of the items.
• Take care when loading the dishwasher to observe the
recommendations for best loading practice, and also to
ensure that sharp objects such as knives are placed blade
down to prevent accidents.
• Do not open the dishwasher door when a programme
is running. If it is necessary to do so, then open it only
slightly to allow the dishwasher to pause the programme
and prevent any water spilling out. Remember that
the water in the dishwasher can be very hot when the
programme is running.
• When the dishwasher is not in use, we recommend
that you turn off the water supply at the supply tap and
disconnect the main supply.
• If you are leaving the dishwasher for an extended period
you should leave the door slightly open to prevent the
formation of unpleasant smells.
•This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way
and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not
play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance
shall not be made by children without supervision.
•The plastic housing on the water inlet pipe contains an
electrically operated valve. The wires that connect to this
valve are inside the inlet hose. Do not cut through the inlet
hose and do not put the plastic housing in water.
•Children could get locked inside the appliance. Therefore,
when disposing of an old appliance cut off the plug and
set aside. Damage the door lock so that the door can no
longer be closed.
• To
reduce energy and water consumption, remove all dirt residues
from the dishes prior to loading the dishwasher.
• Only run the dishwasher when fully loaded, unless half-load is active.
• Place hollow items (bowls, glasses and pans) face down in the basket.
Before first use
• Set
the water softener level as required by the water hardness in the
area (see pages 14-15).
• Add
1kg 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
delay timer
3 in 1
Power button (1)
To switch the dishwasher on or off, press the power button (1). When
you switch on the dishwasher, the end of programme light will
illuminate, and two dashes will appear on the display.
Programme display (2)
The programme display shows the selected programme and the
remaining time to run. If there is a fault on the dishwasher, the fault
code will show on the display.
Programme selection button (3)
To select a programme, press the programme selection button (3). The
dishwasher will store, in its memory, the last programme used.
Delay timer button (4)
The dishwasher is equipped with a variable timer of up to 19 hours’
duration at hourly intervals.
• To set the delay timer, press the delay timer button (4). This will
switch the timer on for one hour.
• To change the delay duration, press the delay timer button
again until the required delay duration is shown on the display,
alternating with the selected programme and the programme
• To cancel the delay timer, press the delay timer button again until
0h shows on the display.
3 in 1 function button (5)
The dishwasher is equipped with a tablet function that automatically
adjusts the amount of rinse aid and dishwasher salt used during a
• To use this function, press the button after selecting the
programme, before you close the door.
Half-load button (6) and indicator lights (7)
The dishwasher is equipped with a half-load function that allows for
either the upper or lower basket to be washed independently, or for
both baskets to be washed if they contain only a small number of
• To activate the half-load function, press the half-load button (6).
The two indicator lights (7) will illuminate next to the corresponding
symbol to represent whether the upper or lower basket will be
washed. If you have a small number of dishes, but they are in both
baskets, you can press the half-load button (6) until both indicator
llights are lit.
• To cancel the half-load function (before the programme has begun)
press the half-load button until all indicators are extinguished.
Salt and rinse aid warning lights (8)
When the dishwasher salt or rinse aid begins to run out, the warning
light will illuminate to advise that it needs refilling.
End of programme light (8)
When the programme is complete, the dishwasher will emit five beeps
and the end of programme indicator light will illuminate.
Please note: You should ensure that there are no dishes in the
upper basket when running a lower basket half-load programme,
and none in the lower basket when running an upper basket halfload programme.
If you have selected any extra function (3 in 1, prewash, half-load)
for a programme, this function will automatically be selected the
next time the dishwasher is used. To cancel the selection of any
extra function, press the specific extra function button until the
indicator light for that function goes out.
Starting a programme
• Press the Power button (the end of programme light will be
switched on)
• Press the Programme Selection button until the required
programme is shown on the display.
• If required, set the delay timer by pressing the Delay Timer button
• Once a programme is selected, the end of programme light will
switch off.
• When you close the dishwasher door, the programme will start
Please note: The dishwasher stores the most recently used
programme in its memory. To change the programme, simply
press the Programme Selection button.
At the end of a programme
If possible, do not open the dishwasher door once the programme
has started.
At the end of a 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 is shown on the display.
• 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 it has started.
• First open the door slightly to reduce the risk of water spillage.
• Press and hold in the programme selection button (3) for three
seconds until the end of programme indicator flashes and a “1”
shows on the display.
• Then close the door. The dishwasher will run a drain cycle which
will take approximately 30 seconds. Once this is complete, the
dishwasher will beep five times and the end of programme light
will switch on.
Switching the dishwasher off
• Once the dishwasher beeps five times and the end of programme
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
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 (once power has been restored or the door closed).
Ensuring best wash performance
To ensure the best performance from your dishwasher, ensure that
the spray arms are cleaned regularly (see page 24), that the top
basket sprinkler is kept clean and clear and that the drying vent is
unobstructed and clean.
The top basket sprinkler is located centrally on the ‘ceiling’ of the
The drying vent is on the right wall of the appliance.
Please remember to switch the appliance off at the mains power
supply before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance.
Do not place any aluminium or silver items in the dishwasher.
Doing so may cause the items to discolour and may also damage
the dishwasher. Please see page 24 for more information on
suitable items for dishwashing.
To fill the detergent compartment
1.Push the latch to open the compartment.
2. Add the required amount of detergent. The
main detergent compartment (b in Fig. 1)
has lines to allow for specific amounts of
Fig. 1
These are marked at either 15cm3 or
25cm3, depending on how dirty the dishes
If your dishes are in need of an intensive
wash, then add 5cm3 of detergent into the
Fig. 2
prewash section of the compartment (a in
Fig 1).
3. Then close the detergent compartment lid
until the latch locks.
Please note: You should only use
detergents designed specifically for use in
Fig. 3
If using dishwasher tablets, always use the detergent compartment,
do not put them in the main body of the dishwasher or in the cutlery
basket. The solubility of dishwasher tablets can vary depending on
the temperature and duration of the programme. As a result, it is
recommended that powder detergents should be used in the shorter
programmes to allow better performance.
CDA recommends the use of separate detergent, rinse aid and
dishwasher salt rather than combination tablets as separates achieve
better wash performance.
If you do use combination detergents, add salt and rinse aid to the
dishwasher and then adjust the water hardness setting and rinse aid
setting to the minimum. When you then use separate detergents
again, you should fill the salt and rinse aid compartments, adjust the
water hardness setting to the maximum and run an empty wash, then
adjust the water hardness setting and the rinse aid setting to the
appropriate level.
To ensure the best efficiency, the dishwasher needs soft water. Hard
water means that lime residues remain on the dishes and the interior
of the dishwasher, affecting performance. The softener system is
designed to remove the ions that make the water hard to provide the
best quality wash performance. This is achieved by using dishwasher
To add dishwasher salt
1.Remove the lower dishwasher basket and then unscrew the salt
compartment cap, as shown in Fig. 2 (page 12).
2.Fill the compartment with dishwasher salt (do not use table salt),
carefully to prevent unnecessary spillage. Before first use, you should
fill the compartment with 1kg of dishwasher salt and then fill up the salt
compartment with water (up to the brim of the compartment) as shown
in Fig. 3 (page 12).
3.Replace the cap and the lower basket.
When the ‘Salt Warning’ light on the control panel illuminates, you
should refill the salt compartment with salt only – do not add water to
the salt compartment after the first use.
You should run a programme immediately after adding dishwasher
salt, to prevent any damage to the dishwasher systems.
Softener adjustment
The efficiency of your dishwasher depends on the softness of the
tap water. To ensure best efficiency, the dishwasher is equipped with
a system that reduces the hardness in the mains water supply. The
efficiency will increase when the system is correctly set. To find out
the water hardness level of your water supply you can use the test
strip supplied or alternatively contact your local water board.
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
1 minute
1 second
1 minute
Level 5
Level 6
1. Open the testing strip.
2. Run water through the tap for one minute.
3. Hold the testing strip in water for one second.
4. Shake the testing strip after taking it out of the water.
5. Wait for one minute.
6. Check the number of marks on the strip to see the level of water
If the hardness of the water you use is above 63dE or if you are using
well water; you are recommended to use filter and water refinement
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 ‘SL’
disappears from the programme display. Then, release the button.
4. The display will show the latest entered water hardness setting. To
adjust the level, press the ‘Programme selection’ button until the
required level is displayed.
5. To store the selected water hardness level, press the ‘Power’ button.
Rinse aid
To fill the rinse aid compartment:
1. O
pen the rinse aid compartment by
turning and removing the cap as shown in Fig. 4.
2. Fill the rinse aid compartment until the
rinse aid indicator goes dark, as shown in Fig. 5 (where ‘a’ indicates
the compartment is empty, and ‘b’ indicates the compartment is full).
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
3. Replace the cap, ensuring the markers
on the cap line up with the compartment prior to screwing the cap
back in place.
Fig. 6
Rinse aid adjustment
The level of rinse aid use is preset to 4. You can adjust the level of
rinse aid use by adjusting as shown in Fig. 6.
• If water stains form on the dishes after a wash, the level should be
• If blue stains which can be wiped away are left on the dishes after
a wash, the level should be decreased.
Please note: Rinse aid ensures better quality wash results and
increased drying performance. Always refill the rinse aid when the
rinse aid indicator light on the control panel is illuminated.
Dishwasher Baskets
There are three baskets in the dishwasher which have been designed
to maximise capacity and efficiency.
Upper cutlery basket
The upper cutlery basket has been designed for you to place cutlery
and other smaller items (e.g. metal skewers) in. It is easily removable
from the machine allowing for easy loading and unloading.
To remove the cutlery basket, simply open it fully along the runners
and then lift the basket away. Place it in an area where it will neither
cause nor receive damage.
IMPORTANT: Knives and other sharp objects must be placed
horizontally in the upper cutlery basket.
Upper basket
The upper basket has been designed for smaller items such as
saucers, dessert plates, salad bowls, cups and glasses. There are
dish racks on the upper basket which can be in either the closed
or open position. When they are in the
open position (a) you can place cups on
them and when they are in the closed
position (b) you can place tall glasses in
the basket. These racks can also be used
for utensils, provided they are placed
Fig. 7
There are two grey racks on the upper
basket (marked by arrows in Fig. 8 to the
right) that are foldable. These allow you to customise the wash load
space as necessary.
Glass Guards
The upper basket racks come with a
‘GlassGuard’ feature. These allow you
to place wine glasses securely into
the dishwasher and help to prevent
the glasses from causing or receiving
damage. They are simple to use and
involve placing the stem of the glass into
the blue grooves along the outside edge of the racks. These are
pictured on the following page.
Fig. 8
Glass Guards
Upper basket height adjustment
The upper basket has also been designed in such a way as to
allow you to adjust the height of the entire basket, even when it is
fully loaded. The basket is set to its highest setting at the point of
manufacture. To adjust the height of the upper basket, simply follow
the steps (and images) on the following page.
To raise the upper basket
Hold it from both sides and pull it, gently but firmly, upwards.
To lower the upper basket
Hold it from both sides and gently lower it.
Highest position
Lowest position
Lower basket
The lower basket has folding racks that operate in a similar way to the
racks in the upper basket. These racks allow for the load space to be
customised as required.
Recommended loads
Lower basket
Upper basket
Erroneous loads
Upper basket
Lower basket
Upper basket
Upper basket
Standard Loading and Test Data
• Upper and lower baskets: 10 place settings.
• The upper basket should be adjusted to high position.
• Cups should be placed onto the dish rack pins.
Detergent / Rinse aid
• 5 + 25cm³, in accordance with EN50242-DIN 44990 IEC 436
(international norms) / Rinse aid dosage adjustment: 5.
Programme test
• Eco 50°C, in accordance with EN50242 (international norms.).
Programme Listing
Pre-wash to rinse
and loosen
residue awating
full load then
select a
Warning: Short programmes do not include a drying stage.
The values and times provided on the previous page 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 voltage, water pressure,
water input temperature and environment temperature).
Laboratory measured values in accordance with European standard
Care and Maintenance
Before beginning any care or maintenance,
you should always disconnect the
appliance from the electricity supply, and
also turn off the water supply.
Fig. 9
Door seals
Wipe the dishwasher door seals regularly
with a damp cloth to remove any residues.
You should clean the filters at least once a
1. Remove the lower basket.
2. Turn the microfilter anticlockwise and
then lift it out (Fig. 9).
3. Remove the coarse filter (b) from the
microfilter (a) (Fig. 10).
4. Remove the base filter from the
dishwasher compartment (Fig. 11).
You should clean and rinse the filters
thoroughly before replacing all the
sections in reverse order to that above.
The microfilter should lock into place
once it is secure (Fig. 12).
Please note: Never run a programme
without the filters in place.
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
Fig. 12
Incorrect fitting of the filters may reduce wash performance and
potentially damage your appliance.
Spray arms
You should clean the spray arms at least once a month.
1. Remove the lower basket.
2. Pull the lower spray arm upwards to remove it.
3. To remove the upper spray arm, first remove the nut on the upper
spray arm by turning it. You should clean and rinse the spray arms
thoroughly before replacing them. Ensure that the upper spray arm
nut is securely tightened when refitting the upper spray arm.
Dishwasher interior
To deal with an accumulation of dirt, oil or limescale in the dishwasher,
run an intensive programme with detergent when the dishwasher is
empty. Alternatively, there are specialist dishwasher cleaners available
that can be used.
Items unsuitable for dishwashing
• Ashtrays or any similar receptacle containing ashes.
• Receptacles that have held paint, glues, polish, chemicals or ironalloys.
• Wooden, bone, ivory or nacre-coated handled cutlery.
• Aluminium or silver objects
• Certain delicate glass types, ornamental porcelains, crystal items,
non-heat resistant items, synthetic fibre items and chopping
• Absorbent items such as sponges or kitchen towels.
• Items other than cookware, dishes and cutlery.
Fault Codes
In the event of a problem with the appliance, the display may show
one of the following fault codes:
Error Code
Error description
Water leakage has been detected
• Turn off the dishwasher and disconnect the water supply
• Contact CDA Customer Care
• Drain hose is blocked
The waste water cannot be
• The filters of your machine might be blocked
• Restart the dishwasher and cancel the programme
• If the error continues, contact CDA Customer Care
Continual fill error
• Contact CDA Customer Care
Faulty flow meter
• Contact CDA Customer Care
• Make sure the water tap is fully open
Inadequate water supply
•Close the water tap, separate the water inlet hose from
the tap
and clean the filter.
• Restart the dishwasher.
• If the error continues, contact CDA Customer Care
Faulty NTC
• Contact CDA Customer Care
Water temperature too high
• Contact CDA Customer Care
Heater error: Inadequate heat
• Contact CDA Customer Care
Diverter position problem
• Contact CDA Customer Care
Alarm is active against water
• Contact CDA Customer Care
Electronic card parameter faulty
• Contact CDA Customer Care
Electronic card water hardness
• Check the water hardness is set for your water supply
Faulty turbidity sensor
• If the error continues, contact CDA Customer Care
• Contact CDA Customer Care
Possible cause
Check the plug, fuse and circuit breakers of the mains
The programme will not start
The water tap is turned off.
The dishwasher door is not fully closed.
The water inlet filter or the machine filters are blocked.
Water remains inside the dishwasher at the end of a
The water drain hose is blocked or kinked.
The dishwasher stops in the middle of a programme
Water inlet failure.
The filters are blocked.
Power failure.
Programme is on standby.
Poor loading of dishes hinders wash performance.
Insufficient detergent added.
Wash performance is of a low standard
Inappropriate wash programme selected.
Spray arm is blocked.
Filters clogged or incorrectly fitted.
Water drain pump is blocked.
Insufficient detergent added.
Rinse aid setting is too low.
White stains on the dishes
Insufficient dishwasher salt added.
Water softener setting is too low.
Salt compartment cap may not be completely closed.
The dishes are not completely dry at the end of a
A programme without a drying stage was selected.
Rinse aid setting is too low.
Dishes unloaded too soon (allow time for drying).
Different sets of cutlery should be kept separate.
There are rust stains on the dishes
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 decor door.
Electrical Information
Warning! This appliance must be earthed.
Fig. 13
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
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
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 the 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
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
• Do not install this appliance if it is damaged in any way. Installing a
damaged appliance may invalidate the warranty and could cause
further damage to the surrounding area.
• Do not hold the appliance by the door or control panel to move
it as this may cause damage. We recommend seeking the help of
another individual when moving and installing this appliance.
• We would recommend leaving a certain clearance either side of the
dishwasher so that removal of the appliance is easier, should the
need arise.
• 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.
Problems with the level seating of the appliance can lead to issues
with the door opening and closing.
• 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
• The water outlet can either be connected to a water drain or to
a sink outlet spigot. Where the dishwasher drain hose is to be
connected to a sink spigot, ensure that the spigot is cut/opened
(if required) before attaching the drain hose.
• The drain connection (fig. 16) should be at a minimum of 600mm
and a maximum of 1100mm from the floor. The drain hose should be
no longer than 4m in length to ensure good performance from the
his appliance is cold fill only.
Figures 14 and 15 on page 31 show the recommended installations of
our dishwashers. The set-ups in these figures should be mimicked wherever possible to help to ensure the best performance of the appliance. Please carry out the below checks/measures before, during and after installation.
Drain hose
• This can be connected to a water drain or to a sink outlet spigot.
Where the hose is to be connected to a spigot, ensure that the
spigot is cut/opened (if required) before attaching the hose.
A circlip can be used to secure this connection. Observe the
150mm minimum height distance between the spigot and drain
hose support as per fig. 15.
• The drain hose support (fig. 16) must be secured at a minimum of
60cm and a maximum of 110cm from the floor and must be higher
than the sink waste.
• Should be no longer than 4m in order to ensure good performance.
• Must be free from kinks, debris or damage. It is important that
this is checked before and after installation.
Inlet hose
• This must be free from kinks, debris or damage. This must be
checked before and after installation.
• Should have a bend radius of 200mm minimum to ensure the
proper flow of water to the appliance.
• Ensure the supply to the hose (water valve) is turned on.
600mm - 1100mm
• Use the additional fitting template and kit supplied with the appliance to fit the appliance into the cabinet, secure it and fit and
secure the decor door.
• Adjust the dishwasher door hinge tension as necessary to ensure
the appliance door opens and closes properly and safely with the
decor door attached. There are labels on the dishwasher door to
advise you. An improperly fitted (or adjusted) decor door will prevent the appliance door from opening and closing as normal and
could cause issues with operation such as leaks.
Fig. 16
600mm - 1100mm
Fig. 15
150mm min.
Inlet hose
Fig. 14
Fitting the decor door
Where non-standard decor doors are to be used, additional fitting
instructions are required to ensure compatibility with this product.
The appliance 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:
The amount of offset, Y, depends upon the height of the fascia door
and can be calculated as X = 723mm.
For example, if you have a 731mm tall fascia door and are fitting a
door to your dishwasher, then Y = 731-723 = 8mm.
Ensure that the hinge tensioners are adjusted to balance the weight
of the door.
Fig. 17
After completing the installation, test that the appliance fills and drains
without issue on any programme. Below are two potential faults that
you may encounter (displayed by programme indicator lights and/or
fault code) and their potential causes.
Error code - F05
Error code - F01, F02
Inadequate water supply. Check that the
inlet hose is free from kinks, blockages
and that the mains water supply is on.
Drainage issue. Check that the drain
hose is free from kinks, blockages and
is installed at the correct height with the
support fitted correctly.
If you have to remove the appliance to perform any final checks (e.g.
checking drain hose), please ensure that the hoses and mains lead
are not damaged, obscured or kinked when replacing the appliance.
Remember to reattach the appliance to the cabinet using the L
brackets provided in the fitting kit.
Supplier's trade mark Supplier's model Capacity of dishwasher CDA
The energy efficiency class A ++ Annual energy consumption in kWh per year (AE C) ( 280 Cycle )* 211
Energy consumption (E t) (kWh per cycle) 0,73
Off mode power consumption (W) (P o) 0,50 Left on mode power consumption (W) (P l ) 1,00
Annual water consumption in litres per year (AW C) ( 280 Cycle )** 2520
Drying efficiency class*** A Standard programme name**** Eco
Programme time for standard cycle ( min) 198
Noise dB(A) Freestanding/Built-in
* Energy consumption 211 kwh per year, based on 280 standard cleaning cycles using cold water fill
and the consumption of low power modes. Actual energy consumption will depend on how the
appliance is used.
** Water consumption 2520 litres per year based on 280 standard cleaning cycles. Actual water
consumption will depend on how appliance is used.
***Drying efficiency class A on a scale from G (least efficient) to A (most efficient).
**** The “Eco 50 °C” is the standard cleaning cycle to which the information in the label and the fiche
relates. This programme is suitable to clean normally soiled tableware and it is the most efficient
programme in terms of combined energy and water consumption.
E & O E. All instructions, dimensions and illustrations are provided for guidance only. CDA reserve the
right to change specifications without prior notice.
Please contact our Customer Care Department for Service on the details below
Customer Care Department
Group Ltd. • Harby Road • Langar • Nottinghamshire • NG13 9HY
T : 01949 862 012 F : 01949 862 003 E : customer.care@cda.eu
Customer Care Department • The
Group Ltd. • Harby Road • Langar • Nottinghamshire • NG13 9HY
T : 01949 862 012 F : 01949 862 003 E : customer.care@cda.eu W : www.cda.eu
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