translation of the original instructions summary

TRANSLATION OF THE ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
SUMMARY
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION.................................................................................................................................. 3
1.1
APPLICATION, GENERAL FUNCTIONS AND INTENDED USE............................................................................. 3
1.2
NAME AND ADDRESS OF MANUFACTURER OR DISTRIBUTOR ........................................................................ 3
SMEG S.P.A. ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
1.3
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY TO PRODUCT STANDARDS .......................................................................... 3
1.4
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE ................................................................................................................. 4
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SYMBOLS USED IN THE MANUAL ........................................................................................................................ 4
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................ 5
3.1
3.2
3.3
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CORRECT INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................................. 5
SAFE USE...................................................................................................................................................... 6
CORRECT MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................. 7
PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................................................................... 8
4.1
4.2
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OVERALL DIMENSIONS FOR BUILT-UNDER INSTALLATION............................................................................. 8
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ...................................................................................................................... 9
PREPARING THE APPLIANCE FOR USE.................................................................................................................10
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
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POSITIONING AND INSTALLATION ...............................................................................................................10
CONNECTION TO THE WATER SUPPLY .........................................................................................................11
DRAIN CONNECTION ...................................................................................................................................11
CONNECTION TO THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY..................................................................................................12
FIRST START-UP..................................................................................................................................................13
6.1
6.2
6.3
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FIRST START-UP ..........................................................................................................................................13
PREPARING FOR USE ( IMPORTANT ) ..........................................................................................................13
USING THE WATER SOFTENER (ON MODELS WITH THIS FEATURE ONLY)......................................................13
CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................................................................................14
LIGHT L2 ................................................................................................................................................................14
GREEN LIGHT: DISHWASHER READY........................................................................................................................14
BLUE LIGHT: DISHWASHER IN OPERATION (WASHING IN PROGRESS, FILL IN PROGRESS ....) ....................................14
RED LIGHT: INDICATES A MALFUNCTION.................................................................................................................14
7.1
SET-UP (AUTHORISED STAFF ONLY) ............................................................................................................15
7.2
MODIFIABLE PARAMETERS..........................................................................................................................16
7.3
STARTING THE PERISTALTIC PUMPS – RAPID FILLING OF DETERGENT AND RINSE AID DELIVERY CIRCUIT. .....19
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MALFUNCTIONS SHOWN ON THE DISPLAY (FOR THE TECHNICIAN)....................................................................20
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER............................................................................................................................22
LIGHT L2 ................................................................................................................................................................22
GREEN LIGHT: DISHWASHER READY........................................................................................................................22
BLUE LIGHT: DISHWASHER IN OPERATION (WASHING IN PROGRESS, FILL IN PROGRESS ....) ....................................22
RED LIGHT: INDICATES A MALFUNCTION.................................................................................................................22
9.1
BEFORE WASHING.......................................................................................................................................23
9.2
FIRST USE EACH DAY (TANK AND BOILER EMPTY) ........................................................................................24
9.3
OPERATING ANOMALIES .............................................................................................................................25
9.4
PROGRAM CHANGE ....................................................................................................................................26
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CHOSING THE PROGRAM ...............................................................................................................................27
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BASKETS PROVIDED .......................................................................................................................................28
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MAINTENANCE AN CLEANING ........................................................................................................................29
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
CLEANING THE FILTER DURING THE DAY......................................................................................................30
TOTAL PUMP-OUT AT THE END OF THE DAY ................................................................................................30
TOPPING UP WITH REGENERATING SALT (FOR MODELS WITH SOFTENER) ...................................................31
ROUTINE INSPECTION OF THE SPRAY ARM (ONCE A WEEK ) ........................................................................31
LENGTHY PERIODS OUT OF USE ...................................................................................................................31
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TROUBLESHOOTING .......................................................................................................................................32
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MALFUNCTIONS SHOWN ON THE DISPLAY (FOR THE USER) ...........................................................................34
SMEG thanks you for choosing one of its products.
This manual is an integral part of the appliance. Take good care of it and keep it to hand throughout
the appliance’s life cycle, since it contains important information about assembly, safety, use and
maintenance.
In the event that the appliance is sold on, consign this manual to the new owner.
Before putting the appliance into operation, read all the instructions in this manual carefully to become familiar with
the right conditions for the proper use of your professional dishwasher.
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1 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
1.1 Application, general functions and intended use
This dishwasher is intended for professional use in the restaurant and institutional catering sector
and complies with the relevant safety regulations. However, misuse may cause injury and/or
damage, and therefore the dishwasher must only be used by suitably trained staff.
This dishwasher is designed for use in non-mobile premises and is intended only for washing cutlery
and dishes (plates, ovenware, cups, glasses, bowls, etc.) stable at the temperature and humidity
generated by the appliance. Any other type of use is not permitted and may be dangerous.
Persons whose physical, sensory or mental capabilities, inexperience or lack of knowledge render
them unable to use the dishwasher safely must not use it without the supervision and guidance of
a responsible person.
The manufacturer is not liable for any injury or damage caused by failure to comply with the
instructions given in this manual, misuse, tampering with even a single part of the appliance, or the
use of non-genuine spare parts.
1.2 Name and address of manufacturer or distributor
Smeg S.p.A.
Via Leonardo da Vinci, 4 - 42016 Guastalla (RE) Tel. +39 0522 8211 - Fax + 39 0522 821453
Internet: www.smegfoodservice.com, email: foodservice@smeg.it
Our Sales Department staff will be able to provide you with information about prices and special
offers.
Our After-Sales Department will be able to provide you with guidance about keeping your device
functioning correctly and put you in touch with your nearest authorised Service Centre. Our entire
product offering can be viewed at our website.
1.3 Declaration of conformity to product standards
This appliance complies with the relevant safety regulations and conforms to the requirements of
directives 2006/42/EC and 2004/108/EC.
The dishwasher is also marked in compliance with European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
For information on the treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, contact the
local authority, domestic waste collection service, or your Smeg reseller.
Make sure that this product is scrapped correctly to safeguard the environment and
health.
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1.4 Description of the appliance
U
COVER (TOP)
D
DISPLAY AND CONTROL PANEL
A
FRONT LOADING/UNLOADING DOOR
V
SERVICE COMPARTMENT
F
ADJUSTABLE FEET
2 SYMBOLS USED IN THE MANUAL
This symbol instructs the user to read the instructions in the manual with care.
This symbol appears next to information important for the safety of people and the
appliance.
This symbol is applied to some parts which contain live electrical components and
indicates the risk of electric shock.
This symbol is applied close to the terminal used to earth the appliance's electrical
system.
This symbol appears next to important information. Read the instructions provided
with care and comply with the procedures and rules described.
This symbol appears next to information and technical instructions intended for the
qualified staff who are to install, commission and test the appliance and carry out
any repairs.
This symbol indicates that at the end of its working life, the appliance must be
consigned to a disposal plant for recovery and recycling in accordance with the
relevant legislation in the country of installation. Contact a specialist centre for
disposal.
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3 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS
The precautions and instructions below contain important information and must be read with care.
The manufacturer does not accept responsibility for damage caused by failure to comply with the
safety precautions and instructions.
3.1 Correct installation
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The dishwasher must be installed by an authorised technician.
When handling and installing the dishwasher, always wear the most suitable personal
protection equipment (PPE) for the task in hand.
Do not install a dishwasher which has been damaged during transport. If in doubt,
consult your dealer.
If the power supply cable is damaged, do not run the dishwasher.
Do not install the dishwasher in areas subject to freezing temperatures or in
atmospheres with explosion risk (ATEX).
Any accessories may only be installed on the appliance if authorised by the
manufacturer.
Do not install the dishwasher next to appliances which irradiate strong heat (e.g. gas
burners, stoves, etc.) since they could cause damage.
If the dishwasher is installed above the ground, make sure that the stand and
dishwasher are secured properly and do not constitute a hazard.
Electrical safety is only ensured if the dishwasher is connected to an earth conductor
compliant with the relevant electrical regulations. If in doubt, have the system
inspected by a qualified electrician.
A circuit breaker and overcurrent protection device (magnetothermal switch or fuses)
must be installed in an easily accessible position on the dishwasher's power supply
line. This device must only serve the dishwasher and must be suitable for its rated
electrical characteristics.
Do not connect the dishwasher to the electrical mains by means of adapters or
extensions, since they do not guarantee the safety required.
If the dishwasher is connected to the electrical mains by means of a plug, it must be
of the same type as the power socket, suitable for the appliance's rated electrical
characteristics and compliant with the relevant national regulations on electrical
systems. The power plug must be easily accessible after the appliance has been
installed.
Only use new hoses for connection to the water supply. Old hoses or hoses salvaged
from previous installations must not be used.
The drain connection must be made in accordance with the relevant national
regulations. Substandard connections may cause flowback and in some cases
pollution.
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3.2 Safe use
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The staff assigned to use the dishwasher must be suitably trained and instructed.
The appliance is not suitable for use by juveniles or persons with reduced physical,
sensorial or mental capacities, or those without the necessary knowledge and
experience. Such persons may only use the appliance under the supervision of a
person responsible for their safety.
Do not leave the dishwasher door open. Risk of tripping or injury against the edges
of the door.
Do not sit or lean on the open door. This may tip over or damage the appliance.
The water inside the dishwasher is not drinkable.
Do not use the dishwasher for washing or soaking foods.
Do not use the water inside the dishwasher for defrosting foods, even if they are in
airtight containers.
When using the dishwasher, remember that the plates are very hot at the end of a
wash cycle.
Knives and pointed kitchen equipment must be placed in the basket with their tips
downwards, or horizontally, taking care not to allow them to protrude from the basket
The dishwasher is only intended for use with water and detergents suitable for
washing in professional dishwashers. The use of other products may damage both
the dishes and the appliance.
Do not operate the dishwasher with organic solvents or flammable liquids. Never load
dishes dirty with ash, wax or paint.
When handling detergents comply strictly with the instructions provided by the
detergent producer.
Always keep the detergent safety datasheets within reach so that the operator can
consult them easily if necessary.
Swallowing or inhaling detergents may cause serious injury to the nose, mouth and
throat. If detergent has been inhaled or swallowed, seek medical advice
immediately.
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3.3 Correct maintenance
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Do not clean the machine with a water jet machine, high-pressure or steam cleaners.
Before performing any maintenance procedure on the appliance disconnect it from
the mains electricity supply. Touching live electrical components, even accidentally,
may be very dangerous.
Never open the dishwasher's case. Electric shock hazard. Only the authorised
technician may access the internal parts of the dishwasher.
The dishwasher may only be repaired by the authorised service organisation.
Substandard repairs may cause damage or danger for the user.
No alterations or changes of any kind to the appliance's electrical circuits or
mechanical structure are permitted. The manufacturer declines all responsibility for
damage arising from unauthorised alterations.
Replace any faulty parts only with genuine spare parts. The manufacturer declines
all liability for damage resulting from the use of non-genuine spare parts.
The power supply cable, if fitted, must be replaced by the manufacturer or an
authorised service centre in accordance with the technical data specified on the
wiring diagram supplied with the appliance, to prevent all risks.
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4 PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS
4.1 Overall dimensions for built-under installation
R
LOWER BACK PANEL
E
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY CABLE
C
FILLER HOSE
P
PERISTALTIC HOSES
Q
EARTH TERMINAL
S
DRAIN HOSE
T
EXTERNAL DISPENSER POWER CABLE ENTRY POINT
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4.2 Technical characteristics
Electricity supply
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Use
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See technical data
plate and
electrical wiring
diagram supplied
with the
appliance
Indoor
Max. working altitude
Working ambient temperature
m
°C
2000
10 - 35
Intake water pressure
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Intake water temperature
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Relative humidity
80% for
temperatures up
to 25°C with
linear decrease to
50% at the
temperature of
35°C
Intake water hardness
(models with softener)
Intake water hardness
(models without softener)
Water intake flow rate
(models with rinsing pump)
°f
≤ 60
°f
≤ 15
L/min
min 6
L/min
min 12
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threaded 3/4 “
Drain minimum diameter
mm
25
Drain height (above appliance installation surface)
Rinse cycle water consumption
mm
L
max 600
3.2
Boiler capacity
L
6
Tank capacity
Noise level
L
LpA
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< 60 dB(A)
Degree of protection
Net weight
IPX
kg
4
˜ 55
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H07RN-F
Water intake flow rate
(models without rinsing pump)
Intake hose connection
Power supply cable type
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5 PREPARING THE APPLIANCE FOR USE
Convey the dishwasher to the installation site, remove the packaging and check the appliance and
components for damage; any damage found must be reported to the transporter in writing. The
packaging components (plastic bags, expanded polystyrene, nails, etc.) must not be left within reach
of children and pets since they are potentially dangerous. All packaging materials used are
environment-friendly. They can be kept without constituting any hazard, or may be disposed of at
a specialist waste disposal centre. The plastic components suitable for recycling are marked as
follows:
PE - polyethylene: external packaging film, bag containing the instructions, protective bags.
PP - polypropylene: straps used to close the packaging.
PS - expanded polystyrene: corner guards, top of packaging.
Wooden and cardboard components can be disposed of in accordance with the local regulations.
All operations described in this section must be carried out and/or checked by the
qualified staff who install and commission the dishwasher.
5.1 Positioning and installation
Place the dishwasher in the chosen point and remove the protective film. Level the dishwasher
(with the aid of a spirit level) on its four feet, adjusting them to ensure that it is stable. If the
dishwasher is installed above the ground, make sure that the stand and dishwasher are secured
properly and do not constitute a hazard.
The systems and premises in which the dishwasher is installed must comply with the
relevant regulations.
If the dishwasher is installed next to another appliance, also check the
recommendations provided by the manufacturer of the adjacent appliance.
Installations other than those described must first be approved by the manufacturer.
Use only professional furnishings and units in the vicinity of the dishwasher. Any
other types of furnishing may be damaged.
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5.2 Connection to the water supply
Check that the intake water pressure, flow rate and temperature are as stated in the dishwasher's
technical characteristics. If the dynamic pressure exceeds the limit stated in the
technical characteristics, a pressure reducer must be installed. If the pressure is lower,
it might be necessary to fit a special pump to ensure optimal performance. Connect
the water intake hose to a connector with ¾” gas threaded fitting, inserting the filter
"A" provided. The tap must be easily accessible after installation of the appliance.
Only use new hoses for connection to the water supply. Old hoses or hoses salvaged
from previous installations must not be used.
If the water supply system has been unused for a long time or if work has been done
on it, before connecting the appliance's intake hose run the water to flush the air
and dirt from the pipes.
FOR MODELS WITH A WATER SOFTENER
An “approved” double check valve or some other no less effective device providing
backflow prevention protection to at least fluid category two shall be fitted at the
point of connection between the water supply and the fitting or appliance.
FOR MODELS WITHOUT A WATER SOFTENER
An “approved” single check valve or some other no less effective device providing
backflow prevention protection to at least fluid category two shall be fitted at the
point of connection between the water supply and the fitting or appliance.
5.3 Drain connection
The dishwasher is fitted with a drain pump and can operate with drain connections on the floor or
wall. Before connecting the hose, check that the diameter and height of the wall drain connection
are as stated in the dishwasher's technical characteristics. When connecting the dishwasher's
drain hose, take care to avoid kinks, sharp bends or crushing. Since the drain water temperature
can be very high, the end of the drain hose must be fixed to the drain connection using the hose
clamps provided.
The drain connection must be made in accordance with the relevant national
regulations. Substandard connections may cause flowback and in some cases
pollution.
No extensions must be added to the drain hose supplied with the appliance. Any
extensions might cause drainage problems.
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5.4 Connection to the electricity supply
The dishwasher must be connected to the electrical system by authorised, skilled staff, in
accordance with the relevant regulations. Also comply with the technical instructions for the
connection provided with the appliance. The dishwasher's rated electrical characteristics are
provided on its technical data plate. A circuit breaker with contact gap rated for category II
overvoltage and an overcurrent protection device (magnetothermal switch or fuses) must be
installed in an easily accessible position on the dishwasher's power supply line. These devices must
only serve the dishwasher and must be suitable for its rated electrical characteristics. The
electrical protection devices must undergo a functional test before the dishwasher is put into
operation. If the dishwasher is connected to the electrical mains by means of a plug, it must be of
the same type as the power socket, suitable for the appliance's rated electrical characteristics and
compliant with the relevant national regulations. The power plug must be easily accessible after
the appliance has been installed.
Electrical safety is only ensured if the dishwasher is connected to an earth conductor
compliant with the relevant electrical regulations. If in doubt, have the system
inspected by a qualified electrician.
Do not connect the dishwasher to the electrical mains by means of adapters or
extensions, since they may cause dangerous overheating.
Connect the appliance to the earth system. The earth connection terminal is low
down on the back of the appliance and is marked with the symbol.
The dishwasher is always powered up unless the master switch is turned off or, on
appliances with power plug, the plug is disconnected.
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6 FIRST START-UP
6.1 First start-up
The electrical protection system must undergo a functional test before the appliance is put into
operation.
The appliance must be installed and/or inspected by qualified staff, who will start it up for the first
time and provide the relevant operating instructions.
6.2 Preparing for use ( Important )
The rinse aid dispenser is fitted on all models, the detergent dispenser only on some.
If both dispensers are present put the external detergent and rinse aid containers in place and
insert the respective intake hoses on the rear of the appliance into them. Red hose: detergent,
blue hose: rinse aid.
Before inserting the hoses into the containers, fit the weights (needed to
ensure that they always draw in liquid from the bottoms of the containers)
and the filters onto their ends as shown. If the detergent dispenser is not
factory-fitted, it can be retrofitted after ordering the relative kit.
IMPORTANT:
Whenever the type of detergent or rinse aid is changed, it is ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL to flush out
the peristaltic pumps by placing the external intake pipes in water for a few cycles. Always use
only products specifically recommended for use in a professional dishwasher. Failure to comply
with this recommendation leads to forfeiture of the warranty entitlement on the appliance’s
water system. Replacement of the internal tube of the detergent and rinse aid peristaltic pumps
is recommended every 12 months or 15.000 wash cycles, by the After-Sales Service.
6.3 Using the water softener (on models with this feature only)
The quantity of lime in the water (which indicates its hardness) causes
whitish marks on dry dishes and dishes also tend to lose their shine over
time. The dishwasher is equipped with an automatic water softener which
removes the substances that cause hardness from the water with the aid of
regenerating salt.
The first time the dishwasher is used, a litre of water must be poured into the
tank with the salt. Whenever the tank is filled, always take care to ensure that
the cap is firmly closed. The mixture of water and detergent must not get into
the salt tank, as this would impair operation of the regeneration system. In
this case warranty cover will be forfeited.
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7 CONTROL PANEL
On-off button
Program selection button
Start CONFIRM/PAUSE button
Total emptying button (tank and boiler)
Additional function selection button
L1 Mains power on light
L2 Light indicating dishwasher in operation, cycle running, FILL running…. (blue), ready
(green), malfunction (red)
L3 Pump-out in progress light
No rinse-aid symbol (if a system for monitoring outside the dishwasher is provided)
Tank heating element on symbol
No salt symbol (if softener is fitted)
Boiler element on symbol
No detergent symbol (if a system for monitoring outside the dishwasher is provided)
Light L2
Green light: dishwasher ready
Blue light: dishwasher in operation (washing in progress, FILL in progress ....)
Red light: indicates a malfunction
The instructions apply to "undercounter" and hood-type dishwashers, so some sections of the
manual may describe procedures referring to one or the other type, depending on the model
purchased (e.g. open the door/lift the hood....).
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When the display control panel is switched on, the
display shows the type of dishwasher (PRF 400,
PRF 500, CAPOTE…….), followed by the firmware
version and update installed.
If the dishwasher is already powered up, press the
on/off button for direct display of the firmware
version and update installed.
7.1 SET-UP (Authorised staff only)
Set-up
During first start-up, the functions/parameters listed below must be set or adjusted:
Dishwasher parameter modification procedure
With the tank empty
1- Switch the appliance on; the display will show
“FILL” and filling will start.
2- Open the door/lift the hood (depending on the
model); "CLOSE" will appear on the display
3- Press the
button and hold it down for 5/7
seconds. When -------- appears on the display, release
the button and press it again to access the main PCB
setup menu.
With the tank full/the hood open
1 - Press the
button and hold it down for 5/7
seconds. When -------- appears on the display, release
the
button and press it again to access the main
PCB setup menu.
All the modifiable parameters can now be displayed, scrolling through them with the
button.
Press the
button to select the value required for each parameter.
To confirm the value required simply quit the menu or move on to the next parameter by pressing
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Quitting the setup menu automatically: wait about 3 minutes without using the controls.
Quitting the setup menu in manual mode: hold the ON/OFF button until the beep sounds; the
dishwasher switches off.
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7.2 Modifiable parameters
The illustrations are purely guideline. The minimum and maximum temperatures
available depend on the model (glass washer, dishwasher, undercounter or hoodtype model, ..).
Rinsing temperature
Washing temperature
(boiler temperature)
(tank temperature)
Warning: The tank and boiler temperatures shown on the display may be different from the
actual temperatures by a few degrees, especially in transient phases (just after the FILL is
completed, just after the end of the cycle, etc.) due to the inertia of the measurement probe.
Adjusting rinse aid dispensing (optional if installed)
Every time
is pressed, the
value increases of 0,1 g/l up
to a max. of 2 g/l.
Default: 1,2 g/l.
Adjusting detergent dispensing (optional if installed)
From 0,0 g/l to 3,0 g/l every time
is pressed, the value increases of 0,2 g/l.
Beyond 3,0 g/l every time
is pressed, the value increases 1,0 g/l up to 10,0 g/l (maximum value).
Factory-set default value = 2 gr/lt.
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Autostart function
Set at “on” to start the cycle when the hood/door is closed.
Set at “off” to start the cycle after confirmation with the
start button
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Regeneration frequency setup (models with softener)
* (Default value: H03; modify the parameter to suit the mains water hardness.
At first use, the salt tank has to be filled. It is subsequently sufficient simply to fill up with
regenerating salt when necessary.
Mains water hardness setting table
Durezza Durezza
Ppm°d gradi °f gradi
mg/l
tedeschi
francesi
Rigenerazione
disattivata
150
8,5
15
200
11
20
300
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30
400
22,5
40
500
28
50
600
33,5
60
With values over 60°f an external water
treatment device must be used and the
regeneration frequency must be set on H00.
Livello
regolazione
H00
H01
H02
* H03
H04
H05
H06
Importante:
During normal operation, the dishwasher will perform a number of washing cycles while
regeneration is in progress. During this time (5-6 cycles) the intake water will not be treated, but
this will not affect the washing quality.
Extra rinse
Rinsing is 10” longer than the standard in each washing
cycle.
On: enabled – OFF: disabled.
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"Clean water" cycle
When this option is activated, the appliance pumps out all
the water from the tank and then refills it with clean water
at every wash cycle. How long this operation takes depends
on the washing water temperature.
On: enabled – OFF: disabled.
N.B.: prolonged use of this option leads to higher detergent
and rinse aid consumption.
Thermostop
Set as “on” = minimum rinsing temperature as set, (see
boiler temperature above) regardless of intake water
temperature; the cycle duration may be a few seconds
longer than the nominal length.
Set as “off” = the minimum rinsing temperature might be a
few degrees lower than the setting if hot intake water is not
used.
If the thermostop device is set “off” the rinsing °t are no longer monitored and the user is
responsible for ensuring that the minimum correct °t are maintained for the tank and boiler. It is
particularly important to check the intake water temperature.
Also refer to the insufficient washing/drying /foam in tank point of the “troubleshooting” section :
restore °t Stop ON and/or connect the appliance to a hot water supply.
High speed (FST) or economy (ECO) filling (FILL)
Fast start (FST): starts the dishwasher in less than the
standard time; leads to higher water consumption for the
first cycle start.
Eco start (ECO): starts the dishwasher in standard time, with
no added water consumption.
On: enabled – OFF: disabled.
Cycles performed counter
Shows the count of the total cycles performed by the
dishwasher since installation.
This parameter cannot be modified or reset unless the
software is reprogrammed.
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USER program duration customisation (optional, only if installed)
USER. is the only program which can be customised.
Scroll through the setup parameters to display USER.P1,
P2….. followed by two dashes (e.g. P2--). Keep pressing the P
button until USER appears followed by the duration
(e.g. USER. 03.10).
Steam extraction time setting (optional if installed)
Steam extraction system operating time display and
setting.
Service setting (for After-Sales Service only)
See information on Smegtech
7.3 Starting the peristaltic pumps – rapid filling of detergent and rinse aid
delivery circuit.
Perform after the parameter modification procedure explained in the previous point
With the dishwasher powered up and the tank full,
press the on/off
button for a few seconds; when ----- appears on the display, release the button and
press it again quickly within 0.5 seconds.
The peristaltic pumps continue to operate until the
same button is pressed again. The rinse aid and
detergent symbol lights flash alternately as long as
the pumps are on; bear in mind that the rinse aid
peristaltic pump fills the circuit in about 7 minutes,
while for the detergent it only takes 2 minutes. So
draw only rinse aid from the jerry cans (1 for the rinse
aid and the other for the detergent) for the first 5
minutes and then also take in detergent for the last 2.
On some models, the message “door” (PCB self-diagnostics on dishwasher closure)
may appear during the setup procedure. To reset the message, open the
dishwasher door and close it again. If the message persists, contact the after-sales
service.
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8 MALFUNCTIONS SHOWN ON THE DISPLAY (FOR THE
TECHNICIAN)
The dishwasher is able to identify a number of malfunctions and show them on the display. If the
problem persists after the dishwasher has been switched off and back on, proceed as described
below:
Er
04
Tank temperature probe
malfunction
Tank temperature probe disconnected or not working.
Tank water filling
malfunction
- The tank wasn’t filled in the expected time: check the
water supply tap, the dynamic supply pressure, cleanliness
of the inlet water filter, cleanliness of the rinse nozzles, any
damage of the water charging hose. If the problem still
occurs during the “FILL”:
- Work level tank pressure switch damaged (it always
detects “empty”: check if the tank safety pressure switch
starts operating).
- Leakage from the tube connected to the air trap; if the
problem is not solved, it occurs during the work program.
- vent valve of the drain pipe obstructed with dirt: with
siphonage, the tank gets completely empty at the end of a
washing program.
Water pump-out
malfunction
Check:
- filter cleanliness; obstructions, bending and narrowing of
the drain pipe.
- possible obstructions of the drain pump (blocked with a
foreign body).
In case the problem is not solved, please contact the AfterSales Service.
Boiler does not heat up as
expected.
The problem might occur because water is continually
entering the tank (the causes are as for “Er 05” – see
above) If the boiler heating element is damaged, this might
be due to operation with no water in the boiler - the
pressure switch is indicating full even with the boiler
empty: - damaged boiler heating element – contactor
failure - open on boiler safety thermostat side. - boiler
temperature probe faulty or incorrectly positioned motherboard relay failure, Important: If the boiler heating
element is damaged, this might be due to operation with
no water in the boiler, pressure switch continues to give
full reading even with boiler empty: check boiler air trap
and/or relative pressure switch and replace if necessary.
Er
05
Er
06
Er
23
20
Er
24
Boiler temperature probe
malfunction
Boiler temperature probe disconnected or not working
Boiler water filling
malfunction
The boiler wasn’t filled in the expected time: check the
water supply tap, the dynamic supply pressure, cleanliness
of the inlet water filter, any damage of the water charging
hose, or check the following in this order:
- faulty boiler pressure switch (it always detects “empty”),
- leakage or unbinding of the tube (water runs inside the
tube)
- menu service wrong setting “rP”
Boiler emptying
malfunction
- check cleanliness of the rinse nozzles
- faulty boiler pressure switch (it always detects “full”)
- leakage or unbinding of the tube (water runs inside the
tube)
- rinsing pump malfunction (if present)
Boiler emptying
malfunction – with tank full
Or boiler full signal on
models without rinsing
pump
Faulty boiler pressure switch (it always detects “full”). If
this occurs in models without rinsing pump, the boiler
pressure switch is wrongly detected: check settings in the
service menu on entry “rP”
“rp” = on for models with rinsing pump
“rp” = of for models without rinsing pump
Er
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Er
26
Er
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9 INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
Control panel
On-off button
Program selection button
Start CONFIRM/PAUSE button
Total emptying button (tank and boiler)
Additional function selection button
L1 Mains power on light
L2 Light indicating dishwasher in operation, cycle running, FILL running…. (blue), ready
(green), malfunction (red)
L3 Pump-out in progress light
No rinse-aid symbol (if a system for monitoring outside the dishwasher is provided)
Tank heating element on symbol
No salt symbol (if softener is fitted)
Boiler element on symbol
No detergent symbol (if a system for monitoring outside the dishwasher is provided)
Light L2
Green light: dishwasher ready
Blue light: dishwasher in operation (washing in progress, FILL in progress ....)
Red light: indicates a malfunction
The instructions apply to "undercounter" and hood-type dishwashers, so some sections of the
manual may describe procedures referring to one or the other type, depending on the model
purchased (e.g. open the door/lift the hood....).
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9.1 Before washing
Use only detergents and rinse aids for industrial dishwashers. Do not use detergents
intended for hand washing.
We recommend the use of Smeg products, specially developed for this dishwasher.
When topping up the tanks, take care not to swap the products; this might damage
the dishwasher and cause malfunctions.
Do not mix different detergents; this would damage the dispenser device. Failure to comply with
this recommendation leads to forfeiture of the warranty entitlement on the appliance’s water
system.
Industrial dishwasher detergents may cause serious irritation. Comply carefully with the
instructions provided by the detergent producer on the pack.
Verificare
Turn on the mains
water tap (user)
The level of
detergent and rinse
aid in the
containers.
That there is
regenerating salt in
the relative
container (if fitted).
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That the filters are in
place, the spray arms
rotate, and there are
no foreign bodies in
the dishwasher.
Switch on the
master switch
(user): the decimal
points of both
digits appear on
the display.
9.2 First use each day (tank and boiler empty)
With the door/hood closed:
Press
and hold it down.
The display shows the firmware version and update
installed, then the tank and boiler temperatures.
This is followed by FILL and the boiler water temperature.
The boiler heating element symbol
remains lit until
heating finishes. Once the water in the boiler has been
heated, filling of the tank starts.
Wait for P1 - END to appear and light L2 to change from blue
to green; if the water in the tank has to be heated,
comes on until the set temperature is reached. The duration
of this stage may vary depending on the mains water
temperature and on the single-phase connection (if possible,
depending on the model).
Press the
button quickly to display the tank (left) and
boiler (right) temperatures for a short time.
Load the dishes
Close the door/lower the hood and the cycle starts
1- Select the program required by pressing
.
Only with Autostart OFF:
2- Confirm the program start by pressing
and holding it
down for 1 second (light L2 changes from green to blue).
Cycle in progress, the progress of the cycle is displayed by
vertical bars which illuminate in sequence.
At the end of the program “END” flashes
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Unload the dishes.
When the dishwasher is closed again, the system offers the
last program run.
9.3 Operating anomalies
Open door.
If the door is opened with the cycle in progress, “CLOSE”
flashes and the program stops. After closing the door, the
program start must be confirmed by pressing
and
holding it down for 1 second (light L2 changes from green to
blue).
Power blackout.
In the event of a power blackout while the cycle is running,
the program stops and restarts automatically from the
beginning when the power is restored.
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9.4 Program change
With program started, press
interrupt it.
and hold it down to
Change the program by pressing
Confirm the program start by
pressing and hold it
down for 1 second (light L2 turns blue again).
N.B.:
During heating of the water in the boiler and tank with the cycle running, the tank heating element
and boiler heating element
symbols may appear on the display.
Tank heating does not start until heating of the boiler is completed.
Filter presence sensor (on some models only)
The filter is fitted with a sensor which checks that it is properly fitted; if it is not in the correct
position, the word “FiLTER” appears on the display.
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10 CHOSING THE PROGRAM
Scrolling through the programs available displays first the program name (in English) and hen the
number (P1, P2….. etc.) followed by the duration.
PROGRAM
GLASS Short
Glass Medium
GLASS Long
CUSTOM Program User
DISHES Short
DISHES Long
Cutlery
TYPE OF DIRT
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
Dirty soiled glasses
Normally soiled glasses
Heavily soiled glasses
Customisable (see "set-up information")
Lightly soiled plates
Heavily soiled plates
Intensive programm with 70°C washing
DURATION (*)
1 min
1 min 20s
2 min 30s
1- 10 min
1 min
1 min 30s
4 min 10s
(*) The cycle duration stated above is guaranteed if the water intake temperature is as stated and
recommended in the "TECHNICAL DATA" table, and in all cases refers to the first cycle performed.
For repeated cycles, operating conditions may vary from installation to installation. If the
dishwasher is supplied with cold water, the cycle duration might increase depending on the intake
water temperature and the "thermostop" setting.
Power blackouts.
If the dishwasher is open when power is restored, the display will read “°t” and the
heating element will remain off, to prevent the risk of burns to the user.
Close the dishwasher to resume heating the water in the tank.
Enabling/disabling the program name on the display
The display shows the program number P1, P2, P3 and name, Glass, Dishes, Cutlery etc. by default.
You can choose not to display the name of the program. In this case, only P1, P2, P3 etc. will be
shown on the display.
The procedure must be carried out with the machine switched off but powered.
Press and hold down the start / pause button.
When the vertical lines ||||| appear on the display, release the start / pause button and then
press it again immediately.
The procedure is complete; there is no audible or visual confirmation.
It is possible to check if the procedure has been carried out correctly when the machine is
switched on again.
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11 BASKETS PROVIDED
The shape and material of the baskets provided with the dishwasher depend on the purchased
model. Extra baskets can be purchased through the After-Sale Service. The following images are
indicative.
Glasses: Place the glasses downwards.
Cutlery
Use the dedicated
basket. Place the cutlery
randomly, preferably
with the handle
downwards, using
caution to avoid injures
due to prongs of forks
and blades of knives.
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12 MAINTENANCE AN CLEANING
We recommend regular servicing by a SMEG authorised service centre at least once a year, to
guarantee optimal performance at all times.
Consumables (e.g. peristaltic pump hoses) and/or parts subject to wear and tear must be replaced
with genuine SMEG parts.
N.B.: the manufacturer accepts no liability for wilful damage or damage deriving from
carelessness, neglect, failure to comply with instructions, regulations and standards or incorrect
connections, which lead to forfeiture of warranty cover.
The dishwasher has IPX4 protection, but the use of direct water jets for cleaning is
forbidden.
Remove the filters (simply lift them out as shown here), taking
care that no large residues fall into the sump underneath. Clean
them to remove residues and rinse with plenty of water, then put
them correctly back in place; do not use sharp or pointed tools.
Clean away any limescale deposits to prevent excessive build-ups;
If possible, leave the hood or door ajar when not in use;
Clean surfaces thoroughly and often with a damp cloth; use
neutral, non-abrasive detergents which do not use chlorine
compounds, which corrode and damage stainless steel.
Do not use the products mentioned above even when cleaning the floor underneath or in the vicinity
of the dishwasher, to ensure that fumes or drops cannot damage the steel surfaces.
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12.1 Cleaning the filter during the day
In case of particularly heavy-duty working conditions, the filter should be cleaned every 30-40
cycles, keeping the machine in operating conditions; to do this, carry out the “partial tank pumpout” routine (program “P0”)) (TANK UNL).
Press the
button, and hold it down, until “TANK
UNL” and the duration of 2’ appear on the display.
Confirm by pressing
; light L2 turns blue.
At the end of the pump-out the word “END” flashes on
the display. The display returns to showing “P1”. Clean
the filter in accordance with the instructions.
After cleaning the filter:
for "undercounter" models, press
to start filling (FILL).
for hood-type models, filling (FILL) starts automatically when the hood is closed.
12.2 Total pump-out at the end of the day
The dishwasher is able to perform an automatic cleaning cycle at the end of the day.
Press the pump-out button
“UNL” and the duration.
Confirm by pressing
and the display shows
, light L2 turns blue.
When pump-out is complete the appliance switches off.
Never switch the dishwasher off with water in the tank; always pump out first.
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12.3 Topping up with regenerating salt (for models with softener)
Warning: use specific salt only, do not use cooking sea salt. Salt
must be supplied when the led under the symbol indicated in the
left side picture lights up. The salt container has a capacity of about
1 kg of granulated salt.
Correct procedure to refill the regenerating salt:
- start a tank pump-out,
- refill the regenerating salt,
- fill the tank (FILL)
- restart the tank pump-out
- remove any salt residues from the bottom of the tank, as it may
cause corrosion/rust.
This procedure prevents the washing water to enter the salt
container (possible damage to the decalcifier) and that possible
residues of salt are left in the tank (risk of corrosion/rust).
12.4 Routine inspection of the spray arm (once a week )
Remove the washing and rinsing (top and bottom) spray arms by unscrewing the central screw;
remove the rinsing spray arms 3 and remove the screws 2 as shown. Do not unscrew the nozzles.
Clean the holes and nozzles under a jet of clean running water; do not use tools which might cause
damage. Reassemble the spray arms with care.
Clean the outside of the appliance with a damp cloth and neutral soap, rinsing and drying
thoroughly.
12.5 Lengthy periods out of use
If the dishwasher is to be out of use for a fairly long period of time, the detergent and rinse aid
dispenser devices must be emptied to prevent crystallisation and damage to the pumps: remove
the intake hoses from the detergent and rinse aid containers and place them in a container of
clean water, then perform a few wash cycles followed by a complete pump-out. Finally, turn off
the master switch, close the water intake valve and leave the hood ajar until the interior is
completely dry. The detergent and rinse aid intake hoses must be put back into the containers
when the dishwasher is returned to service, taking care not to swap them over (red hose =
detergent, blue hose = rinse aid).
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13 TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
THE INDICATOR LIGHT L1 DOES
NOT LIGHT UP
line voltage failure
Verify electricity connection.
The dishwasher filling is not over
yet.
Wait for FILL to disappear off the
display
CLOSE stays on display
If CLOSE stays even with the hood
closed, contact the After-Sales Service.
Clogged or crusted spray arms
holes.
Dismount and clean the spray arms
(10.2 Periodical checks)
Clogged filter
Read “cleaning the filters during the
day”
Insufficient or improper detergent
or rinse aid.
Verify detergent type and quantity.
Failing or insufficient use of
detergent or rinse aid: the
detergent or rinse aid cannot be
withdrawn from the dedicated
containers.
Worn or broken internal tube for
detergent or rinse aid of the peristaltic
pump, to be replaced by the After-Sales
Service.
This ordinary maintenance service is
recommended at least once a year for
the correct functioning of the dosers.
Badly positioned dishes / glasses.
Place dishes / glasses correctly.
Low washing temperature
Verify the temperature
displayed, if it is inferior than
50°C contact customer Support.
Improper set cycle
Increase the duration of the washing
cycle, especially if the load is very dirty
or partially dried.
THE WASHING PROGRAM DOES
NOT START
POOR WASHING RESULTS
Clogged nozzles
Boiler incrusted with limescale
INSUFFICIENT RINSE
Inappropriate rinse aid, or it is not
dispensed correctly.
Low rinsing temperature
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- Verify that the nozzles are clean and
that the water softener, if present, is
working correctly.
- Verify that the filter of the tube
placed inside the rinse aid jerrycan is
not clogged.
Verify the rinse aid container and if it is
adequate to the type of mains water.
Verify the boiler set temperature
Restore T Stop ON and/or connect the
machine to hot water.
If the problem is not solved, contact
the After-Sales Service.
INSUFFICIENT DRYING
STAINED GLASSES AND CUTLERY
WATER LEFT IN THE TANK AFTER
PUMP-OUT.
Inappropriate rinse aid, or it is not
dispensed correctly.
Water hardness superior than
12°dF or it contains many
dissolved salts.
Rinse aid unsuitable or not being
delivered correctly.
Water hardness above 12°dF or
large amounts of dissolved salts
Waste tube badly positioned or
partially clogged.
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Verify the rinse aid container and if it is
adequate to the type of mains water. If
the problem is not solved, contact the
After-Sales Service
Check container of rinse aid and
whether type is suitable for the mains
water- If the problem persists, contact
the after-sales service.
Verify that the tube and drainage are
not clogged and that the drainage is
not positioned too high; see connection
scheme.
14 MALFUNCTIONS SHOWN ON THE DISPLAY (FOR THE USER)
The dishwasher can show a series of malfunctions on display.
After the machine has been switched off and restarted, if the problem is not solved, follow the steps
below:
( FOR A MORE PROFICIENT AFTER-SALES SERVICE, ALWAYS TAKE NOTE OF THE INDICATED
ERROR )
Err04
Tank temperature probe anomaly
Contact After-sales Service
Tank water filling anomaly
Err05
Check that the water supply tap is open, the dynamic
supply pressure, cleanliness of the inlet water filter. If the
problem still occurs, contact After-sales Service.
Err06
Water pump-out anomaly
(water remains in the dishwasher)
Check that the filters are clean, and that the drain pipe is
not bent, obstructed, narrowed.
Check that the drain pump is not blocked with a foreign
body, follow steps indicated in “10.2 Periodical checks”.
If the problem still occurs, contact After-sales Service.
Err09
Excessive water level in the tank anomaly
Contact After-sales Service
Err23
Boiler heating anomaly (does not heat)
Contact After-sales Service
Err24
Boiler temperature probe anomaly
Contact After-sales Service
Err25
Boiler water filling anomaly
Check that the water supply tap is open, the dynamic
supply pressure, cleanliness of the inlet water filter. If the
problem still occurs, contact After-sales Service.
Err26
Boiler emptying anomaly
Check that the nozzles of the rinsing spray arms are not
clogged.
If the problem still occurs, contact After-sales Service.
Err27
Boiler emptying anomaly – with full tank
Contact After-sales Service
Err28
Boiler heating anomaly (over temperature)
Contact After-sales Service
19.390.6184.00
Rev. Manuale
20/07/2017
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