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Table of contents
8 Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
( Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . .
Before you switch ON the
appliance . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delivery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . .
In daily use . . . . . . . . . . . .
Door lock . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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- Utensils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Not suitable. . . . . . . . . . . .
Glass and utensil damage
Loading the dishwasher . .
Unloading the dishwasher
Cups and glasses . . . . . . .
Pans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cutlery basket. . . . . . . . . .
Etagere . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Folding spikes . . . . . . . . .
Small accessories holder .
Knife shelf . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the height of the
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Packaging. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Old appliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
. Detergent
* Getting to know your
Adding detergent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Combination detergent . . . . . . . . . . . 20
appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Appliance interior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
+ Water softening system/
Special salt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Water hardness table . . . . . . . . .
Using special salt . . . . . . . . . . . .
Detergents with salt component .
Switching off water softening
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/ Overview of programmes
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Programme selection . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Information for test institutes . . . . . . . 22
0 Additional options
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Express Wash/ Speed Perfect
(VarioSpeed). . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intensive zone . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hygiene. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Half load . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Extra drying. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting amount of rinse aid. . . . . . . . 13
Switching off rinse-aid refill
indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
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1 Operating the appliance . . . . .
Programme data. . . . . . . . . .
Aqua sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching on the appliance. .
Optical display while the
programme is running . . . . .
Timer programming . . . . . . .
End of programme . . . . . . . .
Interrupting the programme .
Terminating the programme .
Changing the programme. . .
Intensive drying. . . . . . . . . . .
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Overall condition of the machine
Special salt and rinse aid . . . . . .
Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spray arms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Product package . . . . . . .
Safety instructions. . . . . . .
Delivery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical specifications . .
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Waste-water connection . .
Drinking water connection
Electrical connection. . . . .
Removing the appliance . .
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This appliance is intended for
use in the home and
domestic environments.
Use the dishwasher only in
the home and only for its
designated purpose: for
washing domestic dishes.
This appliance is intended for
use up to a maximum altitude
of 4000 metres above sea
level.
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Waste water pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Fault table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
4 Customer service
5 Installation and
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2 Cleaning and maintenance . . .
3 Fault, what to do?
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( Safety instructions
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This appliance may be used by
children over the age of 8 years
old and by persons with
reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or by
persons with a lack of
experience or knowledge if they
are supervised or are instructed
by a person responsible for
their safety how to use the
appliance safely and have
understood the associated
hazards.
Children must not play with, on,
or around the appliance.
Children must not clean the
appliance or carry out general
maintenance unless they are at
least 8 years old and are being
supervised.
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Safety instructions
Keep children below the age of
8 years old at a safe distance
from the appliance and power
cable.
Before you switch ON the
appliance
Please read the instructions for
use and installation carefully.
They contain important
information on how to install,
use and maintain the appliance.
Retain all documents for later
use or for the subsequent
owner.
You can download the
instructions for use from our
website free of charge. The
relevant Internet address can
be found overleaf on these
instructions for use.
Delivery
1. Check the packaging and
dishwasher immediately for
damage caused in transit. Do
not switch on a damaged
appliance, but contact your
supplier.
2. Please dispose of the
packaging material in an
environmentally friendly
manner.
3. Do not let children play with
packaging and its parts.
There is a risk of suffocation
from collapsible boxes and
film.
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Installation
Following installation, ensure
that the back
of the dishwasher is not
freely accessible (protection
against contact due to hot
surface).
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 purchased from
customer service only.
If the dishwasher is installed
in a high-sided unit, the unit
must be secured properly.
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Safety instructions
If the dishwasher is installed
below or above other
domestic appliances, follow
the information for installation
in combination with
a dishwasher
in the installation instructions
for the particular appliances.
Also follow the installation
instructions for
the dishwasher to ensure
that all appliances are
operated safely.
If there is no information or if
the installation instructions
do not include
the appropriate information,
contact the manufacturer
of these appliances
to ensure that
the dishwasher can be
installed above or below
these appliances.
If you cannot obtain any
information from
the manufacturer, you must
not install the dishwasher
above or below these
appliances.
If you install a microwave
oven above the dishwasher,
the microwave oven may be
damaged.
Install built-under
or integratable appliances
only under continuous
worktops which have been
screwed to adjacent
cupboards to ensure stability.
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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.
Please note that the
insulation material of the
dishwasher power cord may
melt next to heat sources
(e.g. heating / hot water
installations) or hot appliance
parts. Make sure that the
power cord of the
dishwasher never comes into
contact with heat sources or
hot appliance parts.
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.
In daily use
Read and observe the safety
information and instructions
for use on the packaging
for cleaning and rinsing agents.
Safety instructions
Childproof lock (door lock) *
Do rlock
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.
If the appliance is damaged,
especially the fascia (cracks,
holes, broken buttons), or the
door function is impaired,
stop operating the appliance.
Pull out mains plug or switch
off fuse. Turn off tap, call
customer service.
Disposal
1. Make redundant appliances
unusable to prevent
subsequent accidents.
2. Dispose of the appliance in a
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manner.
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m Warning
Risk of injury!
To prevent injuries, e.g.
caused by stumbling, open
the dishwasher only briefly
in order to load and unload
the dishwasher.
Knives and other utensils
with sharp points must be
placed in the cutlery basket
with the points
downwards or horizontally on
the knife shelf*.
Do not lean or sit
on the open door.
In the case of free-standing
appliances, ensure that the
baskets are not overloaded.
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.
* depending on model
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Safety instructions
m Warning
Risk of explosion!
Do not add any solvents
to the washing chamber.
Danger of explosion!
m Warning
Risk of scalding!
Open the door carefully when
the programme is still running.
There is a risk of hot water
spraying out of the appliance.
m Warning
Risks to children!
If fitted, use the childproof
lock. An exact description
can be
found in the back of the enve
lope.
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.
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Keep children away from
open dishwasher. There may
be small parts in the
dishwasher which children
could swallow and the water
inside the dishwasher is not
drinking water as it may
contain detergent residue.
Ensure that children do not
place fingers in the tablet
collecting tray 12. Small
fingers could become
caught in the slots.
When opening and closing
the door on an eye-level
appliance, ensure that
children do not become
jammed or crushed between
the appliance door and the
cupboard door below.
Children could become
locked in the appliance
(danger of suffocation) or get
into another dangerous
situation.
Redundant appliances: 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.
Protection of the environment
7 Protection of the
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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”.
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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
( ON/OFF switch
0 Timer programming *
8 Additional options **
@ Programme **
H Button <
P Button >
X Cleaning display
` Dry display
h START button
)" Rinse aid refill indicator
)* Salt refill indicator
)2 Display “Check water supply”
* depending on model
** Number depending on model
This appliance is labelled in
accordance with European
Directive 2012/19/EU
concerning used electrical and
electronic appliances (waste
electrical and electronic
equipment - WEEE). The
guideline determines the
framework for the return and
recycling of used appliances as
applicable throughout the EU
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Water softening system/Special salt
Appliance interior
1" Top basket
1* Knife shelf *
12 Tablet collecting tray
1: Top spray arm
1B Bottom spray arm
1J Dispenser for special salt
1R Filters
1Z Cutlery basket
1b Bottom basket
1j Dispenser for rinse aid
9" Detergent dispenser
9* Lock for detergent dispenser
92 Rating plate
* depending on model
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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).
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Water softening system/Special salt
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.
1. Find out about the hardness
value of your tap water. Your water
utility company will help you with this.
2. Setting can be found in the water
hardness table.
3. Open the door.
4. Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
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5. Hold down button > P and press
START button h until the dry
display ` and salt refill
indicator )* flash.
6. Release buttons.
The salt refill indicator )* flashes
and the display # is lit
(= Setting 1).
To change the setting:
1. Press the button < H until
the required setting has been
selected.
2. Press START button h.
The displays ` and )* go out.
The selected setting is saved.
3. Close the door.
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Water softening system/Special salt
Using special salt
Using detergents with salt
component
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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.
1. Open the screw-type cap of the
compartment 1J.
2. Fill the tank with water (only required
when switching on the appliance for
the first time).
3. 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
Switchingof watersofteni gsy tem
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.
m Caution
Never fill the salt dispenser with
detergent. You will destroy the water
softening system.
* depending on model
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Rinse aid
2. Carefully pour rinse aid up
to the max. mark in the filler opening.
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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.
1. Open the dispenser 1j by pressing
and lifting the plate on the cover.
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3. Close cover until it clicks shut.
4. To prevent excessive foam formation
during the next rinse cycle, remove
any rinse aid which has run over with
a cloth.
Setting amount of rinse aid
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: 2.
Do not change the amount of rinse aid
unless streaks (select lower setting)
or water stains (select higher setting)
are left on the utensils.
1. Open the door.
2. Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
3. Hold down button > P and press
START button h until the dry
display ` and salt refill
indicator )* flash.
4. Release buttons.
5. Keep pressing button > P until
the rinse aid refill indicator )"
flashes.
The rinse aid refill indicator )"
flashes and the displays #
and + are lit (= Setting 2).
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Utensils
To change the setting:
1. Press the button < H until
the required setting has been
selected.
2. Press START button h.
The displays ` and )" go out.
The selected setting is saved.
3. 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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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.
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Utensils
Loading the dishwasher
Cups and glasses
1. Remove large food remnants. It is
not necessary to prerinse utensils
under running water.
2. 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.
– does not obstruct rotation of the
two spray arms 1: and 1B.
Very small utensils should not be
washed in the machine, as they may fall
out of the baskets.
Top basket 1"
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.
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Note
Utensils must not be placed above the
tablet collecting tray 12. These may
block the lid of the detergent dispenser
and prevent it from opening fully.
Note
When the programme ends, water
droplets can still be seen inside
the appliance. This does not affect
the drying of the utensils.
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Utensils
Pans
Cutlery basket
Bottom basket 1b
You should always place cutlery
unsorted with the points downwards.
To prevent injuries, place long, pointed
implements and knives on the knife
shelf.
Tip
Heavily soiled utensils (pans) should
be placed in the bottom basket. The
more powerful spray jet provides
a better dishwashing result.
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.
Etagere *
Etager
The etagere and the space underneath
can be used for small cups and glasses
or for larger items of cutlery, such as
wooden spoons or serving cutlery. The
etagere can be folded up if not required.
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* Depending on the model, a 3-fold
height adjustment is possible. To do
this, first place the etagere vertically
and pull up, then place at a slight angle,
push down to the required height (1, 2,
or 3) and snap into place.
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Folding spikes *
Knife shelf *
* depending on model
The spikes can be folded down to
improve arrangement of pans, bowls
and glasses.
* depending on model
Long knives and other utensils can be
arranged horizontally.
Foldingspikes
Knifeshelf
Adjusting the height of the
basket *
Adjustingtheheightofthebasket
Small accessories holder *
Smal ac es oriesholder
* depending on model
Light-weight plastic accessories, e.g.
cups, lids, etc. can be held securely in
the small accessories holder.
* 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.
Appliance height 81.5 cm
Top basket
Setting 1 max. ø
Setting 2 max. ø
Setting 3 max. ø
22 cm
24.5 cm
27 cm
Bottom
basket
30 cm
27.5 cm
25 cm
Appliance height 86.5 cm
Top basket
Setting 1 max. ø
Setting 2 max. ø
Setting 3 max. ø
24 cm
26.5 cm
29 cm
Bottom
basket
33 cm
30.5 cm
28 cm
Select one of the two following
procedures according to the design of
the top basket for your appliance model:
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Detergent
Top basket with side levers
1. Pull out the top basket 1" out.
2. 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.
3. To raise the basket, hold the basket
on the sides of the upper edge and
lift it up.
4. 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.
Top basket with upper and
lower roller pairs
1. Pull out the top basket 1" out.
2. Remove the upper basket and reattach it to the upper (stage 3) or
lower (stage 1) rollers.
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. Detergent
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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 enzymes. Enzymes
break down starch and remove protein.
To remove coloured stains (e.g. tea,
ketchup), oxygen-based bleaching
agents are generally 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.
m Warning – Read and observe the
safety information and instructions for
use on the packaging for cleaning and
rinsing agents.
Detergent
Adding detergent
1. 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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2. Close the cover on the detergent
dispenser by sliding it up until the
lock engages without difficulty.
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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.
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).
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Detergent
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 21°dH). 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.
m Warning – Do not place small parts
for washing in the tablet collecting tray
12; this prevents the tablet from
dissolving evenly.
m Warning – 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.
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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.
Overview of programmes
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The max. possible number of programmes is illustrated in this overview.
The corresponding programmes and their arrangement can be found on the
fascia.
Type of utensils Type of soiling
Programme
±/°
pots and pans,
non-sensitive
utensils
and cutlery
very adhesive burnedin or dried-on food
remnants containing
starch or protein
Possible
additional
options
all
Prerinse
Clean 70°
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 65°
Drying
all
Prerinse
Clean 65°
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 65°
Drying
all
Prerinse
Clean 65°
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 65°
Drying
all
Prerinse
Clean 50°
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 65°
Drying
IntensivZone
Express Wash/
Speed Perfect
(VarioSpeed)
Half load
Extra drying
Prerinse
Clean 40°
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 55°
Drying
Extra drying
Clean 45°
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 55°
none
Prerinse
Intensive 70°
Ù/Ø
Normal 65°
Ù/Ø
Normal 65°
mixed utensils
and cutlery
part dried, common
household food
remnants
â/à
Eco 50°
sensitive utensils,
cutlery,
slightly adhesive,
temperaturefresh food remnants
sensitive plastic
and glasses
é/è
Gentle 40°
ñ/ð
Quick 45°
all types
of utensils
ù/ø
cold rinsing,
intermediate cleaning Prerinse
Programme sequence
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Additional options
Ï Intensive zone *
Programme selection
Intensivezone
You can select a suitable programme
according to the type of utensils and
degree of soiling.
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.
Information for test institutes
Test institutes receive the information for
comparability tests (e.g. according to
EN60436).
These are the conditions for conducting
the tests, however these are not the
results or consumption values.
Request by e-mail to:
dishwasher@test-appliances.com
The product number (E no.) and the
production number (FD) are required
which you can find on the rating plate
92 on the appliance door.
· Hygiene *
Hygien
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 *
Half oad
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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.
* depending on model
Additional options can be set with
the buttons 8.
¿ Extra drying *
Ÿ Express Wash/ Speed
Perfect/ (VarioSpeed) *
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.
Expres Wash/Spe dPerfect(VarioSpe d)
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.
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Extra drying
Operating the appliance
Switching on the appliance
1 Operating
the appliance
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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 *
Aquasensor
* depending on model
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.
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1. Turn on the tap fully.
2. Open the door.
3. Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
The Eco 50° programme display
flashes. This programme remains
selected unless another programme
is selected with the button <
H or button > P.
4. Press the START button h.
5. Close the door.
The programme starts running.
Note
- for environmentally friendly operation
of the dishwasher:
For ecological reasons the Eco 50°
programme is preset whenever the
appliance starts. This conserves
environmental resources and not least
saves you money.
The Eco 50° programme is a
particularly environmentally friendly
programme. According to EU
regulation 1016/2010 it is the
“Standard programme” which is the
most efficient standard cleaning cycle
for cleaning normally soiled utensils in
terms of the combined energy and
water consumption for cleaning these
types of utensils.
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Operating the appliance
Optical display while
the programme is running *
Opticaldisplaywhiletheprogram eisrun ing
* depending on model
While the programme is running, a light
spot shines on the floor under
the appliance door. Do not open
the dishwasher door until the light point
is no longer visible on the floor.
If the appliance is installed at eye-level,
with flush furniture front, the light point
is not visible.
Timer programming *
Timerprogram ing
* depending on model
You can delay the start of the
programme by 3, 6 or 9 hours.
1. Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
2. Keep pressing the Preselected
starting time button 0 until the
appropriate display 3h, 6h or 9h is lit.
3. Press START button h, timer
programming is activated.
4. 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
neither of the two displays ` or X
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:
1. Open the door.
2. Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
3. Hold down button > P and press
START button h until the dry
display ` and salt refill
indicator )* flash.
4. Release buttons.
5. Keep pressing button > P until
the salt refill indicator )* and rinse
aid refill indicator )" flash.
6. 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:
1. Press the button < H until
the required setting has been
selected.
2. Press START button h.
The displays go out. The selected
setting is saved.
3. Close the door.
Note
To save energy, the dishwasher
automatically switches off after the end
of the programme.
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Interrupting the programme
Intensive drying
1. Open the door.
2. 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.
3. To continue the programme, switch
on the ON/OFF switch ( again.
4. Close the door.
The final rinse uses a higher
temperature which improves the drying
result. The running time may increase
slightly. (Caution if utensils are delicate!)
1. Open the door.
2. Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
3. Hold down button > P and press
START button h until the dry
display ` and salt refill
indicator )* flash.
4. Release buttons.
5. Keep pressing button > P until
the salt refill indicator )* and
“Check water supply” )2 flash.
6. Release buttons.
The displays )* and )2 flash.
To change the setting:
1. Press button < H until
the display # is lit (Intensive drying
on).
2. Press START button h.
The displays go out. The setting
is saved.
3. Close the door.
Terminating the programme
(Reset)
Terminatingtheprogram e
1. Open the door.
2. Press START button h for
approx. 3 sec. until all displays go
out.
3. Close the door.
The remaining programme sequence
for draining the residual water takes
approx. 1 minute.
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).
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Cleaning and maintenance
2 Cleaning and
maintenance
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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.
To extend the life of your appliance,
clean the appliance regularly with a
special dishwasher detergent.
To ensure that the door seal always
remains clean and hygienic, regularly
clean it with a damp cloth and a little
washing-up liquid.
If the appliance is switched off for
a prolonged period, leave the door
ajar to prevent the formation of
an unpleasant odour.
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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.
m Warning – Health hazard
Never use other domestic detergents,
e.g. containing chlorine!
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.
1. After each washing cycle check the
filters for residue.
2. 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.
1. Check outlet nozzles on the spray
arms for blockages.
2. Unscrew the upper spray arm 1:.
3. Remove the lower spray arm 1B
upwards.
4. Clean spray arms under running
water.
5. Re-engage or screw on spray arms.
3. Remove any residue and clean filters
under running water.
4. Re-install filter system in reverse
sequence and ensure that the arrow
marks are opposite each other after
closing the filter system.
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Fault, what to do?
3 Fault, what to do?
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Experience has shown that you can
rectify most faults which occur in daily
operation yourself. This ensures that
the machine is quickly available to you
again. In the following overview you can
find possible causes of malfunctions
and helpful information for rectifying
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 “Operating
the appliance”)
do
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In this case:
1. First always disconnect
the appliance from the power supply.
2. Take out top basket 1" and bottom
basket 1b.
3. Remove the filters 1R.
4. Scoop out water, use a sponge if
required.
5. Prise out the white pump cover
(as illustrated) using a spoon. Grip
the cover on the crosspiece and lift
diagonally inwards. Remove cover
completely.
m Warning – 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.
Waste water pump
6. Check impeller wheel and remove
any foreign objects.
7. Place cover in the original position
and press down until it engages
(click).
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.
m Warning – Risk of cuts!
When cleaning the waste water pump,
ensure that you do not injure yourself
on pieces of broken glass or pointed
implements.
&/,&.
8. Install filters.
9. Re-insert baskets.
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Fault table
Fault
“Check water supply”
display )2 lights up.
Cause
Supply hose kinked.
Tap turned off.
Tap jammed or calcified.
Remedial action
Install supply hose without kinks.
Turn the tap on.
Turn the tap on.
Flow rate must be min. 10 l/min. when
water supply is open.
Filter in the water supply blocked. Switch off the appliance and pull out the
mains plug. Turn off the tap. Unscrew water
connection.
Clean filter in the supply hose. Screw water
connection on again. Check for leaks.
Reconnect power supply. Switch on the
appliance.
Filters 1R are soiled or
Clean filters.
blocked.
(see “Cleaning and maintenance”).
Waste-water hose kinked or
Install hose without kinks, remove any
blocked.
residue.
Siphon connection still sealed.
Check connection to siphon and open if
required.
Lock cover correctly.
Waste water pump blocked or
cover on the waste water pump is (See “Waste water pump”)
not locked in position.
Display “Check water
A technical fault has probably
Switch off appliances with the ON/OFF
supply” )2 flashes.
occurred.
switch (. After a short time restart the
appliance.
If the problem recurs, turn off the tap, pull
out the mains plug and call customer
service.
Refill indicator for salt )* Heating element calcified or
Clean appliance with dishwasher cleaning
flashes.
soiled.
agent or descaler. Operate the dishwasher
with water softening system and check the
setting (see chapter “Water softening
system/Special salt”).
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Fault, what to do?
Fault
Displays flash.
Cause
Door not closed properly.
Refill indicator for salt )* No rinse aid.
and/or rinse-aid )" is lit. No salt.
Sensor does not detect salt
tablets.
Refill indicator for salt )* Refill indicator switched off.
and/or rinse-aid )" is not
lit.
There is still enough special salt/
rinse aid available.
Filter system or area under the
Water is left in the
appliance at the end of the filters 1R is blocked.
programme.
Program has not ended yet.
Utensils not dry.
No or too little rinse aid in the
dispenser.
Programme selected without
drying.
Water collecting in depressions
on the utensils and cutlery.
The combined detergent used
has a poor drying performance
Plastic utensils not dry.
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Remedial action
Close the door. Ensure that no objects
(utensil, fragrance dispenser) are protruding
over the basket and preventing the door
from closing.
Refill rinse aid.
Refill with special salt.
Use different special salt.
Activation/deactivation (see chapter Water
softening system/Special salt or Rinse aid).
Check refill indicator, levels.
Clean filters and area underneath (see
“Waste water pump”).
Wait until programme ends or reset (see
“Terminating the programme”).
Refill rinse aid.
Select programme with drying (see
“Overview of programmes”, “Programme
sequence”).
Arrange utensils in a sloping position,
arrange affected utensils as sloping as
possible.
Use different combination detergent with
better drying performance. Use of rinse aid
also increases the drying performance.
Intensive drying to increase
Activate intensive drying (see “Operating the
drying not activated.
appliance”)
Utensils were removed too early Wait until program ends or wait until 30 min
or drying process had not ended after program ends before removing
utensils.
yet.
The eco rinse aid used has a poor Use a proprietary rinse aid. Eco products are
drying performance.
much less effective.
Special properties of plastic.
Plastic has a lower heat storage capacity
and therefore dries less well.
Fault, what to do?
Fault
Cutlery not dry.
Cause
Cutlery not arranged properly in
the cutlery basket.
Cutlery not arranged properly in
the cutlery drawer.
Appliance interior wet after No appliance fault
rinse cycle.
Food remnants on the
utensils.
Utensils placed too closely
together, utensils basket
overfilled.
Spray arm rotation obstructed.
Spray arm nozzles are blocked.
Filters 1R dirty.
Filters 1R inserted incorrectly
and/or not engaged.
Rinse programme too weak.
Utensils precleaned too intensely;
sensors therefore decide on
weak programme sequence.
Stubborn soiling cannot be
completely removed.
Tall narrow receptacles in corner
areas are not rinsed adequately.
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Remedial action
Separate cutlery if possible, prevent contact
points.
Arrange cutlery properly and separate if
possible.
On account of the “Condensation drying”
principle, water droplets are physically
induced and required in the container. The
humidity in the air condenses on the inner
walls of the dishwasher, drains and is
pumped out.
Arrange utensils with adequate clearance
between them ensuring that the spray jets
can reach the surface of the utensils.
Prevent contact points.
Arrange utensils so that the spray arm can
rotate without obstruction.
Clean the spray arm nozzles.
(see “Cleaning and maintenance”).
Clean filters (see “Cleaning and
maintenance”).
Insert and engage filters correctly.
Select a more intensive rinse programme.
Do not prerinse utensils. Remove only large
food remnants.
Recommended programme Eco 50° or
Intensive.
Do not place hollow receptacles too
obliquely and do not place in the corner
area.
Top basket 1" on right and left Set top basket to same height using side
not set to same height.
levers.
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Fault, what to do?
Fault
Detergent residue.
Cause
Detergent dispenser cover
blocked by utensils and therefore
does not open fully.
Detergent dispenser cover
blocked by the tablet.
Tablets used in the quick or short
programme.
Dissolving time of the detergent
is not reached in the selected
short programme.
Washing effect and dissolving
performance are reduced after a
prolonged storage time or
detergent is very lumpy.
Droplet formation on plastic
surface is physically unavoidable.
After drying, water stains are
visible.
Remedial action
Detergent dispenser cover must not be
obstructed by utensils.
Do not place utensils or fragrance dispenser
in the tablet collecting tray.
Tablet must be inserted flat and not upright.
Dissolving time of tablets too long for a
quick or short programme.
Use a detergent powder or select a more
intensive programme.
Change detergent.
Use a more intensive programme (more
water changes).
Arrange utensils in a sloping position.
Use rinse aid.
If required, increase softening setting.
Change detergent brand.
Washable or water-soluble Detergent substances are
coatings in the container or deposited. These coatings cannot Clean appliance mechanically.
usually be removed with
on the door.
chemicals (appliance cleaner, ...).
If there is a “white coating” on the Increase softening setting and change
detergent if required.
container floor, the water
softening system has been set
marginally.
Salt dispenser cover 1J not
Close salt dispenser cover correctly.
closed.
See “Glass and utensil damage”.
Only for glasses: Initial glass
corrosion – can only apparently
be wiped off.
Water stains on plastic
parts.
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Fault, what to do?
Fault
White, stubborn coatings;
limescale on the utensils,
container or door.
Cause
Detergent substances are
deposited. These coatings cannot
usually be removed with
chemicals (appliance cleaner, ...).
Hardness range incorrectly set or
water hardness greater than 8.9
mmol/l.
3 in 1 detergent or bio/eco
detergent not effective enough.
Underdosing of detergent.
Tea or lipstick residue on
the utensils.
Too weak rinse programme
selected.
Too low rinsing temperature.
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Remedial action
Change detergent brand.
Clean appliance mechanically.
Set water softening system according to
instructions for use or top up salt.
Set water softening system according to
instructions for use or use separate
detergents (proprietary detergent, salt, rinse
aid).
Increase detergent dosage or change
detergent.
Select a more intensive rinse programme.
Select programme with higher washing
temperature.
Too little or unsuitable detergent. Use suitable detergent at correct dosage.
Utensils precleaned too intensely; Do not prerinse utensils. Remove only large
food remnants.
sensors therefore decide on
weak programme sequence.
Recommended programme Eco 50°
Stubborn soiling cannot be
completely removed.
Can be partly removed with machine
Film formation consisting of
Coloured (blue, yellow,
brown), difficult to remove ingredients from vegetables (e.g. cleaner or by mechanical cleaning. Coatings
are harmless.
to non-removable coatings cabbage, celery, potatoes,
noodles, ...) or the tap water (e.g.
in the appliance or on
manganese).
stainless steel utensils.
Film formation caused by metallic Can be partly removed with machine
cleaner or by mechanical cleaning.
components on silver or
aluminium utensils.
Check function of the water softening
Coloured (yellow, orange, Film formation consisting of
brown), easily removable ingredients from food remnants system (refill with salt) or, if using combined
detergents (tablets), activate water
and substances from the tap
deposits inside the
softening system (see chapter “Water
water (limescale), “soapy”
appliance (mainly in the
softening system/Special salt”)
floor area)
Plastic parts inside the appliance Discolouration is normal and will not impair
Discolouration of the
may become discoloured during the function of the dishwasher.
plastic parts inside the
the service life of the dishwasher.
appliance.
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Fault, what to do?
Fault
Plastic parts discoloured.
Removable streaks on
glasses, glasses with
metallic appearance and
cutlery.
Initial or existing,
irreversible clouding of
glass.
Rust spots on the cutlery.
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Cause
Too low rinsing temperature.
Remedial action
Select programme with higher washing
temperature.
Utensils precleaned too intensely; Do not prerinse utensils. Remove only large
food remnants.
sensors therefore decide on
weak programme sequence.
Recommended programme Eco 50°
Stubborn soiling cannot be
completely removed.
Too much rinse aid.
Set rinse aid amount to lower setting.
No rinse aid added or setting too Add rinse aid and check dosage
low.
(recommended setting 4–5).
Detergent dispenser cover must not be
Detergent residue in the final
obstructed by utensils.
rinse programme section.
Detergent dispenser cover
Do not place utensils or fragrance dispenser
blocked by utensils (cover does in the tablet collecting tray.
not open fully).
Utensils precleaned too intensely; Do not prerinse utensils. Remove only large
food remnants.
sensors therefore decide on
weak programme sequence.
Recommended programme Eco 50°
Stubborn soiling cannot be
completely removed.
Glasses not dishwasher-proof,
Use dishwasher-proof glasses.
only suitable for dishwasher.
Avoid long steam phase (standing time after
wash cycle ends).
Use wash cycle at lower temperature.
Set water softening system according to the
water hardness (if required one setting
lower).
Use detergent with glass protection
component.
Use corrosion-resistant cutlery.
Cutlery not adequately rustresistant. Knife blades are
frequently more severely
affected.
Do not wash rusting parts.
Cutlery will also rust if rusting
parts are rinsed at the same time
(pan handles, damaged utensil
baskets, etc.).
Salt content in the rinsing water Fasten salt dispenser lock firmly or remove
spilled salt.
too high, as salt dispenser lock
not fastened firmly or salt was
spilled while being refilled.
Fault, what to do?
Fault
Appliance does not start.
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Cause
The mains fuse has tripped.
Power cord not inserted.
Remedial action
Check mains fuse.
Ensure that the power cord is plugged all
the way into the back of the appliance and
into the socket. Check that the socket
functions.
The appliance door has not been Close the door.
shut properly.
Programme starts
You did not wait until programme Perform reset.
automatically.
ended.
(See “Terminating the programme”).
The door is difficult to
Child lock is activated.
Deactivate child lock. (See instructions for
open.
use at the back)
Door cannot be closed.
Door lock has been activated.
Close door with increased force.
Door cannot be closed due to
Check appliance installation: Door
installation.
or attached parts must close without
obstruction.
Remove detergent residue.
Detergent dispenser or cover
Cover on the detergent
guide blocked by sticky detergent
dispenser cannot be
residue.
closed.
Spray arms blocked by utensils, Ensure that the spray arms can rotate freely.
Detergent residue in the
detergent dispenser or in therefore detergent is not rinsed
out.
the tablet collecting tray.
The detergent dispenser was
Pour detergent into the dry detergent
damp when filled.
dispenser only.
Door not closed properly.
Close the door.
Appliance stops in the
programme or programme Do not place utensils or fragrance Check whether rear panel is being pressed
is interrupted.
dispenser in the tablet collecting in, e.g. by socket or by hose holder which
has not been removed.
tray.
Top basket presses against the
door and prevents door from
being closed securely.
Power and/or water supply
Restore power and/or water supply.
interrupted.
Filling valves making
Depends on domestic installation, No remedial action possible.
striking noises.
as appliance is not defective. No
effect on appliance function.
Knocking or rattling noise. Spray arm strikes the utensils,
Position utensils so that the spray arms do
utensils not positioned correctly. not strike the utensils.
Load the appliance with more utensils or
If there is a low load, the water
distribute the utensils more evenly in the
jets strike the washing tank
dishwasher.
directly.
Light utensils move during the
Arrange light utensils securely.
wash cycle.
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Fault, what to do?
Fault
Unusual foam formation.
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Cause
Handwash liquid in the rinse aid
dispenser.
Rinse aid spilled.
Remedial action
Immediately refill rinse aid dispenser with
rinse aid.
Remove rinse aid with a cloth.
Customer service
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If you are unable to rectify the fault,
please contact your customer service.
We always find a suitable solution, even
to avoid unnecessary visits
by technicians. Contact information
for your nearest customer service can
be found on the back of these
instructions for use or on the enclosed
customer service list. When calling,
please state the appliance number (ENr. = 1) and the production number
(FD = 2) which can be found on the
rating plate 92 on the appliance door.
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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:
1. Checking appliance on delivery
2. Installing the appliance
3. Waste water connection
4. Drinking water connection
5. Electrical connection
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Rely on the competence of the manufa
cturer. Contact us. You can therefore be
sure that the repair is carried out
by trained service technicians who carry
original spare parts for your domestic
appliances.
* depending on model
If you have any complaints, contact
the dealer where you purchased
the appliance or our customer service.
Dishwasher
Instructions for use
Installation instructions
Warranty*
Installation materials
Steam guard plate*
Rubber apron*
Power cord
* depending on model
Safety instructions
Please follow the safety instructions
under “Installation”.
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Installation and connection
Delivery
Installation
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.
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.
Technical specifications
Weight:
max. 60 kg
Voltage:
220–240 V, 50 Hz or 60 Hz
Connected load:
2.0–2.4 kW
Fuse:
10/16 A (UK 13A)
Power input:
off mode (Po)* 0.10 W
left on mode (Pl)* 0.10 W
*according to regulations (EU) nos.
1016/2010 and 1059/2010
Additional functions and settings may
increase the power input.
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:
Preferably cold water; if hot water,
depending on type of water inlet hose,
max. temp. 60 °C (see Drinking water
connection).
Capacity:
12–15 place settings (depending
on model).
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Waste-water connection
1. The required work sequence can be
found in the installation instructions.
If required, fit a siphon with an
drainage connection.
2. 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!
Installation and connection
Drinking water connection
1. Fasten the drinking water connection
to the tap according
to the installation instructions using
the enclosed parts.
Ensure that the drinking water
connection is not kinked, crushed
or twisted.
2. 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:
Note printing on the water inlet hose!
If models are marked with 25°,
the water temperature may be max.
25 °C (cold water).
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Electrical connection
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.
For all other models:
Cold water preferred; hot water max.
temperature 60 °C.
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Installation and connection
Removing the appliance
Also observe
the sequence of worksteps here.
1. Disconnect the appliance from
the power supply.
2. Turn off the water supply.
3. Undo the waste water and drinking
water connection.
4. Loosen fastening screws for
the furniture parts.
5. If fitted, remove the base panel.
6. Pull out the appliance, carefully
pulling the hose behind.
Transportation
Empty the dishwasher and secure loose
parts.
Drain the appliance according
to the following steps:
1. Turn on the tap.
2. Open the door.
3. Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
4. Select programme @ with
the highest temperature button <
H.
5. Press START button h.
6. Close the door.
Programme sequence starts.
7. Open door after approx. 4 minutes.
8. Press START button h
for approx. 3 sec.
The Cleaning display X goes out.
9. Close the door.
The remaining programme sequence
lasts approx. 1 minute more. (Buzzer
sounds.)
10. Switch off ON/OFF switch (.
11. Turn off the tap, disconnect supply
hose and drain water.
Transport appliance upright only.
(This prevents residual water from
running into the machine control
and damaging the programme
sequence.)
Protection against frost
Protectionag instfrost(Emptyingtheap liance)
If the appliance is in a room where there
is a risk of frost (e.g. holiday home),
empty the appliance completely (see
Transportation).
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