Zanussi DWS 6726 Instruction manual

MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES INSTRUCTION BOOKLET LIVRO DE INSTRUÇÕES
LAVAVAJILLAS
DISHWASHER
MÁQUINA DE
LAVAR LOIÇA
DWS 6726
Attention
The appliance which you have just bought is supplied not only with this instruction manual, but also with
a Warranty Card Certificate, on the back of which are written the relative conditions.
Please fill in the necessary details on the Card Certificate and send it to the Zanussi Centre relative to
the area in which the appliance is to be installed, within twenty days of the date of purchase. (See list of
Zanussi network centres).
We congratulate you on your choice. Carefully read this instruction manual and follow attentively the
recommendations it provides, and thus benefit from years of excellent service.
The appliance which you have just purchased has been very accurately controlled throughout the entire
manufacturing process. Nevertheless, should any problem arise during usage, whether it be during the
warranty period, or when such period has expired, please directly contact your nearest Zanussi
Service Centre.
The address and telephone number of said Centre can be easily found in the enclosed List or by
looking in the telephone directory, under Zanussi.
Our Zanussi Service Network is at your complete disposal, to serve you with maximum speed and
efficiency, all you have to do is call.
The products
In order to obtain a good wash, it is necessary to use detergents specially designed for dishwashers.
To ensure that your dishwasher functions perfectly, Zanussi recommends using Calgonit System, a
unique and complete product, tested by millions of householders.
Calgonit System includes Calgonit detergent, rinse aid, salt, machine detergent and Citro-Fresh.
It is able to fulfil the main requirements for clearing both the crockery and the machine itself.
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Important safety information
It is most important that this instruction book should be retained with the appliance for future
reference. Should the appliance be sold or transferred to another owner, or should you move
house and leave the appliance, always ensure that the book is left with the appliance in order
that the new owner can get to know the functioning of the appliance and the relevant safety
information.
This information has been provided in the interest of safety. You MUST read it carefully before
installing or using the appliance.
Installation
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This appliance is heavy. Care should be taken
when moving it.
It is dangerous to alter the specifications or
attempt to modify this product in any way.
Care must be taken to ensure that the appliance
does not stand on the electrical supply cable.
Any electrical work required to install this
appliance should be carried out by a qualified
electrician or competent person.
Any plumbing work required to install this
appliance should be carried out by a qualified
plumber or competent person.
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Conservation
Child Safety
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In the interest of the environment:
This appliance is designed to be operated by
adults.
Children should not be allowed to tamper with
the controls or play with the product.
Keep all packaging well away for children.
Keep all detergents in a safe place out of
children's reach.
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During Use
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Care should be taken when cleaning the
bottom door seal and hinge area as any
exposed metal edges may cut if care is not
taken.
This product should be serviced by an
authorised Service engineer, and only
genuine spare parts should be used.
Under no circumstances should you attempt
to repair the machine yourself. Repairs
carried out by inexperienced persons may
cause injury or serious malfunctioning.
Contact your local Service Force Centre.
Always insist on genuine spare parts.
Items that are contaminated by petrol, paint,
steel or iron debris, corrosive, acidic or alkaline
chemicals must not be washed in this
dishwasher.
Under no circumstances should you open the
door whilst the appliance is in operation. Always
turn off the appliance before opening the door.
Only use detergent specifically designed for use
in dishwashers.
When finishing loading or unloading close the
door, as an open door can be a hazard.
Do not sit or stand on the open door.
Isolate the appliance from the power supply and
turn off the water supply after use.
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Materials marked with the symbol
are
recyclable.
Check with your local Council or
Environmental Health Office to see if there
are facilities in your area for re-cycling this
appliance.
When the appliance is to be scrapped, cut
off the power supply cable and make the
door closing device unusable to prevent
young children from being trapped inside.
Help to keep your country tidy - use
authorised disposal sites for your old
appliance.
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Contents
For the user
For the installer
Important safety information
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Guide to use the instruction book
26
Description of the appliance
27
The control panel
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Before use
Setting the water softener
Rinse aid
Use of detergent
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Using your appliance
Loading your appliance
Adjusting the height of the upper basket
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Hints and tips
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Washing programmes
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Operating sequence
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Maintenance and cleaning
Internal cleaning
Cleaning the central filter
Cleaning the large filter
External cleaning
Prolonged periods of non-operation
Frost precautions
Moving the machine
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Something not working
Service and spare parts
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Installation instruction
Technical specifications
Positioning
Levelling
Adjusting the worktop
Fitting under a counter
Water supply connections
Water outlet connection
Electrical connection
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Guide to use the instrucion book
The following symbols will be found in the text to guide you throughout the instructions:
Safety instructions
☞
Step by step instructions
Hints and tips
Environmental information
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Description of the appliance
Worktop
Water hardness
adjustment
Levelling
spacers
Upper basket
Upper basket
stop
Upper spray arm
Large filter
Lower spray arm
Salt
container
Central filter
Detergent
dispenser
Lower
basket
Cutlery
basket
Rating plate
Control panel
Rinse aid
dispense
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The control panel
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5
4
6
7
8
6. Programme selector dial
1. On/Off indicator light
To select a programme, push the programme
selector dial in to make it pop out. Then turn it
clockwise, making sure that the programme
letter you wish to select is in line with the
programme marker on the control panel.
2. On/Off pushbutton
On
By depressing this button the machine starts
operating and, at the same time the On/Off
indicator light illuminates.
7. Programme sequence indicator
Off
When the washing programme has finished, the
machine stops automatically and the pilot light
remains on.
To switch the indicator light off or to stop the
machine at any time, press this button.
As the programme progresses, the sequence
indicator turns, to show the phase in the wash
programme the appliance has reached.
Prewash / Rinse and Hold
Wash
3. Economy 55°C button
Cold rinse
By depressing this button you will reduce the
temperature of the main wash from 65°C to 55°C,
with considerable energy saving (see “Washing
programmes” chart).
Hot rinse
Hot air drying
4. Door handle
8. Programme guide
To open the door press the catch in the top of the
recess and pull the door toward you at the same
time.
To close the door simply push it.
This is a summary of the “Washing
programmes” chart to help you select the
correct programme.
5. Programme marker
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Before use
Before using your dishwasher for the first time:
☞ ensure that the electrical and water
connections comply with the installation
instructions
☞ remove all packaging from inside the appliance
☞ set the water softener
☞ fill the salt container
☞ fill the rinse aid dispenser.
Setting the water softener
The dishwasher is equipped with a water softener
designed to remove minerals and salts from the
water supply, which would have a detrimental or
adverse effect on the operation of the appliance.
The higher the content of these salts, the harder
your water is.
Water hardness is measured in equivalent scales,
for example German, French degrees, and parts
per million.
Water hardness
The softener should be adjusted according to the
hardness of the water in your area. Your local
Water Authority can advise you on the hardness of
the water in your area.
The dishwasher is factory set at level 2.
If this level is not suitable for your area the softener
should be adjusted.
German
degrees
(°dH)
French
degrees
(°TH)
PPM
(Parts per
million)
Level
Use of
salt
<4
5-11
12-22
23-34
35-50
51-67
<7
8-20
21-40
41-60
61-90
91-120
0-80
81-200
201-400
401-600
601-900
901-1200
0
1
2
3
4
5
NO
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
With a screwdriver turn the selector on the upper
front corner of the machine until the level required
corresponds with the marker.
3
4
☞ To adjust the water softener:
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2
2
1
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Filling with salt
If your water is "level 0" it is already soft and
therefore there is no need to use salt.
Salt must be used from level 1 upward.
Only use salt specifically designed for use in
dishwashers.
Other types of salt may reduce the efficiency of the
softener.
Only fill with salt just before starting one of the
complete washing programmes (not the Rinse and
Hold programme).This will prevent any grains of
salt or salty water, which may have been spilled,
remaining on the bottom of the machine for any
period of time, which may cause corrosion.
☞ To fill:
➀
➁
➂
➃
➄
To fill with salt, unscrew the cap of the salt
container.
Pour about 1 litre of water inside the container,
or until it is full (this is necessary only before
filling with salt for the first time).
Then using the funnel provided, pour in the salt
until the container is full (approx. 1.5 - 1.8 kg).
Do not worry if water over flows from the unit
when filling with salt, this is quite normal.
Replace the cap making sure that there is no
trace of salt on the screw thread or on the
gasket.
Screw on the cap tightly.
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SA LT
SA LZ
SA L
SE
SR06
The salt container will require topping up
periodically.
The salt cap has a refill indicator window in the
centre.
A green floater is clearly visible when there is salt
inside the container, and almost disappears when
the salt has finished, (ie. every 30 - 50 washes
depending on the setting of the water softener)
reminding you to add salt.
SR11
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Rinse aid
Rinse aid is automatically added during the last
rinse, ensuring through rinsing, spot and streak
free drying. The dispenser, which is positioned
inside the door, holds about 110 ml of rinse aid,
which is sufficient for 16 - 40 dishwashing
programmes, depending upon the dosage setting.
Filling with Rinse Aid:
➀ Open the container by turning the lid (A)
anticlockwise.
➁
Add the rinse aid until the container is
completely full (approx. 110 ml). The indicator
(B) will be completely dark.
➂
Top up the rinse aid when the indicator (B)
becomes clear.
A
BR01
B
m
a
x 6 5 4 3
2 1
Ensure that the lid is closed after every refill.
Do not put liquid detergent in the rinse aid
department. Clean up any rinse aid spilt during
filling with an absorbent cloth to avoid excess
foaming during the next wash.
BR03
Adjusting the dose
According to the finish and drying results obtained,
adjust the dose of rinse aid by means of the 6
position selector (C) (position 1 minimum dosage,
position 6 maximum dosage). (Start from position
3). Gradually increase the dose if there are drops
of water or lime spots on the dishes after washing.
Reduce it if there are sticky whitish streaks on the
dishes.
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6 5 4 3
2 1
m
a
C
BR02
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Use of detergent
Only use detergents specifically designed
for use in dishwashers.
To fill the dishwasher with detergent proceed
as follows:
➀ Open the dispenser lid by pulling the catch (D).
D
Add the detergent according to the
recommendations in the programme chart. As
all detergents are not the same, you should
also consult the instructions on the packet
specially for tablets.
To help correctly dose the right amount of
detergent, inside the container there are two
reference marks:
- MIN
= 15 ml
- MAX
= 30 ml
➂
Always close the lid.
➃
If the programme has a prewash add the
required detergent over the lid of the dispenser.
M
M IN
AX
➁
DE07
Insufficient quantities of detergent will
produce poor washing results, whereas an
excessive amounts of detergent will not
improve washing results and is also wasteful.
Using no more than the correct amount also
contributes to reducing pollution.
DE02
Phosphate free detergents with enzymes
In these low-alkaline compact powders the
environment unfriendly components have been
replaced by natural enzymes and other more
biodegradable substances.
These new compact powders are generally
phosphate-free.
As phosphates have water softening properties, we
suggest you add salt to the salt container even if
the hardness of your water is as low as 4°dH
(7°TH).
This will avoid lime deposits on crockery and the
inner tub.
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Using your appliance
Loading your appliance
Before placing dishes in the machine, remove any
scraps of food, to avoid clogging the filters and
consequently reducing the performance.
Do not load very small items which can
fall through the baskets.
Open the door and slide out the baskets to load the
dishes.
The lower basket
The lower basket is designed to take saucepans,
lids, plates (up to 27 cm in diameter), salad bowls,
cutlery etc.
Serving dishes and large lids should be arranged
around the edge of the basket, ensuring that the
upper spray arm can turn freely.
UI33
IEC 436 / DIN 44990
The cutlery basket
Long bladed knives stored in an upright
position are a potential hazard.
UI19
Long and/or sharp items of cutlery such
as carvings knives must be positioned
horizontally in the upper basket.
Take care when loading or unloading
sharp items such as knives.
Cutlery should be placed in the removable cutlery
basket with the handles facing downwards. If the
handles protrude from the bottom of the basket,
obstructing the lower spray arm, load the cutlery
with the handles facing upwards.
Mix spoons with other cutlery to prevent them from
sticking together.
UI04
Silver cutlery tends to go black if mixed with steel
cutlery. Place it in the cutlery basket separate from
the others.
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The upper basket
The upper basket is designed for plates (dessert
plates, saucers, dinner plates of up to 24 cm in
diameter), salad bowls, cups and glasses; Glasses
with long stems can be placed upside down in the
raised cup racks.
Larger plates (dinner plates up to 24 cm in
diameter) must be loaded in the front part of the
upper basket.
Light items (plastic bowls etc.) should be loaded in
the upper basket and arranged so they do not
move.
IEC 436 / DIN 44990
US28
Before closing the door, ensure that the
spray arms can rotate freely.
Adjusting the height of the upper
basket
If washing very large plates (over 27 cm and up to
31 cm in diameter) you can load them in the lower
basket after moving the upper basket to the higher
position.
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To move to the higher position proceed as
follows:
➀ Move the front runner stops (A) of the upper
basket outward and slide the basket out.
➁
A
Refit the basket in the higher position and
replace the stops (A) in their original position.
When the top basket is in the higher position
it will only take plates up to 20 cm in diameter
and you will not be able to use the raised cup
racks.
RC01
After loading your machine always close
the door, as an open door can be a
hazard.
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Hints and tips
To save energy
Items not suitable for dishwashers:
Place dishes in the machine immediately after
every meal and wait until the dishwasher is full
before washing.
The following items should not be washed in
the dishwasher (unless they are sold as
dishwasher proof):
- Cutlery with wooden or horn handles or
glued parts
- bronze cutlery
- saucepans with wooden handles
- aluminium ware
- crystal ware
- leaded glass
- plastic items
- antique or fine decorated china
If necessary run the Rinse and Hold programme
(see Programme Chart on the following pages),
so that any food scraps do not become caked on
the dishes while you are waiting to run the
complete wash programme.
Do not prewash dishes under running water.
Select an “Economy” or “Quick” programme
when the dishes are not very soiled, following
the instructions given in the “Washing
programmes” chart.
Certain types of decoration can discolour when
washed in a dishwasher.
Crystal-ware and plastic objects, if not
guaranteed dishwasher proof should be washed
by hand.
For best washing results:
Before loading remove all scraps of food and
soak very heavily soiled pots and pans.
Certain types of glass can also become opaque
after being washed several times in a
dishwasher.
Arrange saucepans, cups and glasses etc.
upside-down.
Tilt items with convex or concave surfaces so
that the water drains off easily.
A chemical reaction can occur between silver
cutlery and stainless steel cutlery. As a
precaution, do not wash together.
Avoid contact between the dishes as far as
possible.
Iron and cast iron objects can rust and stain
other items.
You will improve drying results by leaving the
dishwasher door ajar for at least 15-30 minutes
as soon as the programme finishes.
Aluminium tends to go black, copper, pewter
and brass tend to stain.
Wait a few minutes before removing the dishes;
in this way they will be cooler and the drying will
be improved.
If in doubt check with manufacturer of the
item.
Empty the lower basket first and then the upper
one; this will avoid water dripping from the upper
basket onto the dishes in the lower one.
When buying new dishes, ensure that they
are dishwasher proof.
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Washing programmes
Programme
* NORMAL 65°C
Degree of soil
and
type of load
Normal soil.
Crockery, cutlery
pots and pans
NORMAL 65°C
NO
PREWASH
Light soil.
Crockery and
cutlery
ECONOMY 55°C
WITH
PREWASH
Normal soil.
Crockery and
cutlery
WITH
PREWASH
ECONOMY 55°C
WITH
PREWASH
** QUICK 55°C
RINSE AND
HOLD
Light soil.
Crockery and
cutlery
Light soil.
Crockery and
party crockery
Any.
Partial load (to
be completed
later in the day).
Starting
position of the
programmer
Required
pushbuttons
Recommended quantity
of detergent
on the
in the
dispenser dispenser
lid
A
25 g
5g
B
25 g
/
25 g
A
Cycle
description
Cold prewash
Main wash up to 65°C
1 cold rinse
1 hot rinse up to 65°C
Thermal dry
Main wash up to 65°C
1 cold rinse
1 hot rinse up to 65°C
Thermal dry
5g
Cold prewash
Main wash up to 55°C
1 cold rinse
1 hot rinse up to 65°C
Thermal dry
B
25 g
/
Main wash up to 55°C
1 cold rinse
1 hot rinse up to 65°C
Thermal dry
C
25 g
/
Main wash up to 55°C
1 cold rinse
1 hot rinse up to 55°C
/
/
1 cold rinse
(to avoid food scraps from
sticking to dishes).
D
* Testing programme according to IEC 436/DIN 44990
Rinse aid selector on position 3.
Standard place settings: 12.
Recommended quantity of detergent:
25 g in the dispenser
5 g on the dispenser lid.
** This is a special programme for quick washing (approx. 40 minutes) a full load of lightly soiled dishes,
glasses and crockery (except pots) so that you may re-use them promptly.
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Operating sequence
1.
Check the filters
9.
Ensure they are clean and properly
positioned (see cleaning instructions).
2.
Check that there is rinse aid
and salt
3.
Load the dishes
Depress the On/Off button.
The On/Off indicator light will come on
and the machine will start.
If you wish to interrupt the wash
programme at any time press the button
again.
To restart the machine, depress the same
button again and the programme will
continue from the point where it was
interrupted.
Remove any scraps of food.
Pull the lower basket out and arrange the
saucepans, plates and cutlery in it.
Pull the upper basket out and arrange the
plates, saucers, glasses and cups etc. in it.
Slide the basket back into the machine.
4.
Ensure that the spray arms can
rotate freely.
5.
Measure out detergent
10. At the end of the washing
programme
At the end of the washing programme the
machine stops automatically.
The On/Off indicator light remains on
until the On/Off button is depressed.
11. Switch off the dishwasher
Switch off the dishwasher by pressing the
On/Off button and open the door.
Add the required amount of detergent into
the dispenser according to the Programme
chart and close the lid.
6.
Close the detergent dispenser
lid
7.
Close the dishwasher door
8.
Set the programme
Start the programme
When the wash programme has
finished, it is recommended that the
dishwasher is unplugged and the water
tap turned off.
In general it is not advisable to open the
door while the machine is working;if the
door is opened however, a safety device
ensures that the machine stops.
Push the programme selector dial in to
make it pop out. Then turn the programme
selector clockwise until the letter of the
programme you wish to select corresponds
with the programme marker on the control
panel.
If required press the “Economy 55°C”
button according to the instructions in
the “Washing programmes” chart (see
“Required pushbuttons”).
Caution
Do not open the door during the hot
phase: this may cause hot water
escape.
Care must be taken if the door is
opened during the hot phase or
immediately after a programme has
finished, as steam may escape.
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Maintenance and cleaning
Internal cleaning
Ensure that the seals around the door, the
detergent and rinse aid dispensers are cleaned
regularly with a damp cloth.
We recommend every 3 months to run a 65°C
wash programme without dishes using detergent.
Cleaning the central filter
(After each wash)
Scraps of food may accumulate in the drain filter
(A) and should be removed by rinsing the filter
under running water.
☞
To remove the drain filter:
simply pull it out by the handle.
Once cleaned, refit the filter by pushing it back to
its original position until it engages.
A
Cleaning the large filter
MA04
(Every two months)
If necessary clean the large filter (B) on both sides
under running water, using a brush.
☞
➀
➁
➂
➃
To remove the large filter:
Remove the spray arm by pulling it upward on
one side.
Turn the column (C) anticlockwise by 90° and
then slide out the filter.
Once cleaned refit it following the above
instructions in reverse order.
Ensure the filter is in its original position, the
handle of the drain filter should be pointing
towards the front of the appliance.
90°
B
C
MA05
The dishwasher must not be used without
filters.
Incorrect repositioning and fitting of the
filters will produce poor washing results.
Cleaning the filters is vital to ensure
correct operation of the machine.
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External cleaning
Clean the external surfaces of the machine and
control panel with a damp soft cloth. If necessary
use only neutral detergents. Never use abrasive
products, scouring pads or solvent (acetone,
trichloroethylene etc....).
Prolonged periods of non-operation
If you are not using the machine for any period
of time you are advised to:
➀ Unplug the appliance and then turn off the
water;
➁ Fill the rinse aid dispenser;
➂
➃
Leave the door ajar to prevent the formation of
any unpleasant smells;
Leave the inside of the machine clean.
Frost precautions
Avoid placing the machine in a location where the
temperature is below 0°C. If this is unavoidable,
empty the machine, close the appliance door,
disconnect the water inlet pipe and empty it.
Moving the machine
If you have to move the machine (moving
house etc....):
➀ Unplug it;
➁
Turn the water tap off;
➂
Remove the water inlet and discharge;
➃
Pull the machine out together with the hoses.
Avoid over tilting the machine during transport.
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Something not working
Certain problems are due to lack of simple maintenance or oversights, which can be solved easily
without calling out an engineer. Before contacting your local Service Force Centre, please carry out the
checks listed below.
Symptom
Solution
The machine will not start
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The dishwasher does not fill with water
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The filters are blocked
The dishwasher will not drain
The door has not been properly closed.
The plug is not properly inserted in the power socket.
Check the plug fuse.
There is not current at the socket.
Ensure the water tap is open.
Ensure the mains water supply has not been cut off.
The inlet hose may be squashed or bent.
Reposition the hose.
The inlet hose may be blocked.
Switch off the water supply, and clean the filter.
■
Clean the filters (refer to “Maintenance and cleaning”).
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The spray arms are not rotating. Ensure the crockery
is loaded correctly.
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The drain hose may be squashed or bent.
Reposition the hose.
The sink may be blocked. Clear any blockages.
The drain hose extension is not correct. Follow the
instructions for connecting to the waste.
There is no vent in the end of the drain hose.
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Dishes are rattling against each other, (refer to “Loading
your machine”).
The spray arms are knocking against the dishes.
The door is difficult to close
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The dishwasher is not level, or not properly built-in.
The dishes are not clean (poor wash)
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The baskets are too full.
The dishes have not been arranged properly.
The spray arms do not rotate.
The spray arms are clogged.
The filters are clogged.
The filters are not in position.
Not enough detergent has been used or it is unsuitable.
The detergent is old or has gone hard.
The salt container cap is not properly closed.
The washing programme selected is too gentle.
The machine is noisy
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Visible lime deposits or white film on
the dishes
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The rinse aid has run out or too little is being used.
Check that there is salt and that the salt cap is tight.
The dishes are not quite dry
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The dishes have been left too long inside the machine.
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If after all these checks, the problem persists,
contact your local Service Force Centre, quoting
the model and serial number. This information can
be found on the rating plate located on the right
hand side of the dishwasher door (see picture).
Service and spare parts
Prod.No. ........ Ser. No. .........
Mod. ........
RA01
This product should be serviced by an
authorised Service engineer, and only
genuine spare parts should be used.
Under no circumstances should you
attempt to repair the machine yourself.
Repairs carried out by inexperienced
persons may cause injury or serious
malfunctioning. Contact your local
Service Force Centre.
Always insist on genuine spare parts.
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Installation instruction
Any electrical work required to install this
appliance should be carried out by a
qualified electrician or competent person.
Any plumbing work required to install this
appliance should be carried out by a
qualified plumber or competent person.
Technical specifications
DIMENSIONS
Width
Height with worktop
Height without worktop
Max depth
Max depth with open door
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
MOTOR RATING DURING WASH
POWER OF HEATING ELEMENT
OVERALL POWER
Voltage
WATER SUPPLY PRESSURE
Minimum
Maximum
CAPACITY (STANDARD IEC)
PLACE SETTINGS
59.6 cm
84.7 cm
81.7 cm
61 cm
115.2 cm
230 V - 50 Hz
200 W
2100 W
2300 W
0.5 bar
8 bar
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CONSUMPTION
Water
Electricity
20 lt
1.5 kW/h
Remove all packaging before positioning the
machine.
Positioning
If possible, position the machine next to a water tap
and a drain.
Levelling
Good levelling is essential for correct closure and
sealing of the door.
When the appliance is correctly levelled, the door
will not catch on the levelling spacers, either side of
the cabinet.
If the door does not close correctly, loosen or
tighten the adjustable feet until the machine is
perfectly level.
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Adjusting the worktop
You can move the worktop forward or backward by
25 mm in order to align the machine with other
kitchen units.
Simply unscrew the two rear retaining screws,
move the top to the required position and then
retighten the screws.
IN26
Fitting under a counter
(kitchen worktop or sink)
By removing the machine’s worktop, you can install
it under a close fitting sink unit or a pre-existing
top, providing the dimensions of the recess
correspond to those shown in the picture.
570÷
600
820
☞ Proceed as follows:
Remove the machine’s worktop by unscrewing the
two rear retaining screws, pull from the front and
slide out the rear slots, lifting the worktop.
600
Insert the machine after adjusting height and
levelling with the adjustable feet. When inserting
the machine, ensure that the water inlet and drain
hoses are not kinked or squashed.
IN05
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Water supply connections
This dishwasher may be fed with either hot (max.
60°C) or cold water.
Nevertheless we advise you a cold water supply.
A hot water supply is not always efficient with very
soiled crockery as it shortens the washing
programmes a lot.
The water pressure must be within the limits given
in the technical specifications.
Your local Water Authority will advise you on the
average mains pressure in your area.
The dishwasher features fill and drain hoses which
can be turned either to the left or the right to suit
the installation.
The locknut must be correctly fitted to avoid water
leaks.
Avoid bends or kinks in the hose which could
prevent or slow down the water supply.
If the machine is connected to new pipes or pipes
which have not been used for a long time, you
should run the water for a few minutes before
connecting the inlet hose. This will prevent
deposits of sand or rust clogging the inlet hose
filter.
For making the connection itself, the coupling nut
fitted to the machine’s supply hose is designed to
screw onto either a 3/4 inch gas thread spout, or to
a purpose made quick-coupling tap such as the
Press-block.
A
To make this easier, the hose itself may be turned
to the left or the right. In either case, be sure that
the strainer (A) is incorporated.
CA02
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Water outlet hose connection
21
18
Ø
min 30 cm
max 100 cm
CS09
+ 2 m max
min 30 cm
max 100 cm
Ø 18
Ø 21
The waste connection must be at a height of
between 30 cm (minimum) and 100 cm (maximum)
from the bottom of the dishwasher.
The drain hose can face either to the right or left of
the dishwasher
Ensure the hose is not bent or squashed as this
could prevent or slow down the discharge of water.
If you use a drain hose extension it must be no
longer than 2 metres and its internal diameter must
be no smaller than the diameter of the hose
provided.
Likewise the internal diameter of the couplings
used for connections to the waste outlet must be
no smaller than the diameter of the hose provided.
The sink plug must not be in place when the
machine is draining as this could cause the
water to siphon back into the machine.
max 100 cm
➂
3
max 100 cm
➁
To the sink outlet siphon, securing it if
necessary with a clip.
Hooked over the edge of the sink using the
special curved plastic guide provided.
To a stand pipe provided with vent-hole,
minimum internal diameter 4 cm.
2
Ø
➀
1
min 4 cm
The end of the drain hose can be connected in the
following ways:
CS10
Electrical connection
Before plugging the appliance into the wall socket,
make sure that:
➀ The mains voltage corresponds to the voltage
given in the “Technical specifications”.
➁ The meter, fuses, mains power supply and wall
socket can all take the maximum load required.
Make sure that the socket and plug are
compatible without having to use any type of
adaptor. If necessary, have the domestic wiring
system socket replaced.
Safety standards require the appliance to be
earthed.
The manufacture accepts no liability for failure
to observe the above safety precautions.
This appliance complies with the following E.E.C. Directives:
- 73/23 of 19.2.73 (Low Voltage Directive) and subsequent modifications;
- 89/336 of 3.5.89 (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive) and subsequent modifications.
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Total Chlorine free
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