DeDietrich Dishwasher User`s manual

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
DISHWASHER
DVF125XA
DVH1150XA
DVH118GJA
Dear Customer,
You have just acquired a DE DIETRICH dishwasher and we would like to thank you.
Our research teams have created this new generation of appliances for you. Their
quality, design, features and technological advances make them exceptional products,
and reveal our unique know-how.
Your new DE DIETRICH dishwasher will blend harmoniously into your kitchen and will
perfectly combine washing and drying performance and ease of use. We wanted to offer
you a product of excellence.
In the DE DIETRICH product range, you will also find a wide choice of hobs, ovens,
microwaves, hoods, cookers, fridges, freezers, that you can coordinate with your new
DE DIETRICH dishwasher.
Visit our website www.de-dietrich.com, where you will find our latest innovations as well
as useful and complementary information.
DE DIETRICH
Setting New Values
As part of our commitment to constantly improving our products, we reserve the right
to make changes to them based on technical advances to their technical and functional
features and appearance.
Warning :
Before installing and using your appliance, please carefully read this Guide
to Installation and Use, which will allow you to quickly familiarise yourself with
its operation.
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CONTENTS
1 / FOR THE USER’S ATTENTION
• Safety instructions ______________________________________
• Environmental protection ________________________________
• Economical, environmentally friendly washing ________________
2 / DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• General presentation of the dishwasher ____________________
• Presentation of control panel ______________________________
3 / INFORMATION ____________________________________________
4 / WHAT TO DO BEFORE FIRST USING THE MACHINE
• Measure the water hardness ______________________________
• Hardness table and select the type of detergent ______________
5 / WATER SOFTENER ADJUSTMENTS __________________________
6 / ADJUSTING THE SETTINGS
•“SET” setting __________________________________________
•“4/1” setting ____________________________________________
7 / LOADING THE DETERGENT PRODUCTS ______________________
8 / LOADING THE REGENERATING SALT ________________________
9 / LOADING THE RINSING PRODUCT ____________________________
10 / YOUR DISHWASHER’S EQUIPMENT
• The upper basket ________________________________________
• The lower basket ________________________________________
• The cutlery basket ______________________________________
• Cutlery drawers ________________________________________
11 / WASHING PROGRAMMES __________________________________
12 / PROGRAMMING __________________________________________
13 / CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE
• Cleaning the waste filters ________________________________
• Extended period of non use or house relocation______________
14 / YOUR DISHWASHER’S SAFETY SYSTEMS ____________________
15 / IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR ____________________
16 / INDICATIONS FOR THE TESTING LABORATORIES ____________
17 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE ____________________________________
WARRANTY CONDITIONS __________________________________
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1 / FOR THE USER’S ATTENTION
Important :
Keep this user’s manual with your appliance. If the appliance is sold or transferred to
someone else, ensure that the manual is with it. Please take note of these instructions before
installing and using your appliance. They have been drawn up for your own and other
people’s safety.
• SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Installation
— When you receive your appliance, unpack it or have it unpacked immediately. Check that it has
not suffered any damage during transport. Express any reservations in writing on the delivery note,
of which you keep a copy. Never connect up a damaged machine. If your appliance is damaged,
please contact your dealer.
— Before proceeding to connect up your machine, please refer to the instructions in your
Installation Guide.
— Your dishwasher must be kept disconnected from the mains supply throughout the whole of the
installation process.
— The electrical connection details on your appliance’s description plate must comply with those
for the mains supply.
— The socket must still be accessible once your appliance has been installed.
— Do not alter or attempt to alter the appliance’s characteristics. This could put you at risk.
— If your installation has to be altered, only entrust the electrical and plumbing work to a qualified
electrician or plumber respectively.
— Your appliance is designed for normal domestic use. Do not use it for industrial or commercial
purposes or for any other purpose than that for which it has been designed.
— Your appliance is designed to be used for household and similar applications such as:
• staff kitchenettes in shops, offices and other professional environments,
• farmhouses,
• use by guests at hotels, motels and other residential-type facilities,
• bed and breakfast type facilities.
— The dishwasher’s walls must not be pierced under any circumstances.
• Children’s safety
— This appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons unless they have been
adequately supervised by a responsible person to ensure that they can use the appliance safely.
— This appliance must only be used by adults. Ensure that children do not touch it and do not use
it as a toy. Ensure that they do not operate the appliance’s controls.
— Keep young children away from the appliance when it is operating.
— Detergents contain irritant and abrasive substances. These products can have caustic effects on
the eyes, the mouth or the throat. They can be extremely dangerous if ingested. Avoid any contact
with the skin and the eyes. Ensure that the appliance’s detergent container is empty at the end of
the washing cycle.
— Place detergents out of children’s reach and do not put any detergent in the machine until just
before you start the washing programme.
— The water in your dishwasher is not drinking water; this is why children must not go near the
appliance when its door is open.
— Do not allow children to play with or sit on the door when it is open. Danger as the dishwasher
could overturn.
— Once you have unpacked your appliance, place the packaging out of children’s reach.
— Keep all the packaging materials (e.g. plastic bags, polystyrene, etc.) out of children’s reach
because they can be dangerous for children (ice. risk of suffocation).
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• Use
— This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their
safety.
— When machine is running, do not open door. This may provoke steam leakage or splattering of
water.
— Only use products specially designed for your dishwasher (water softening salt, detergent and
rinsing products).
— As far as possible, avoid opening the dishwasher’s door when it is operating, and in particular
during the heating phases, because scalding steam may escape or you may be splashed with hot
water. The machine is fitted with a safety system that immediately blocks the dishwasher’s
operation if the door is opened.
— Never use chemical solvents in your appliance because these could cause an explosion.
— Always close your appliance’s door after loading or removing your items.
— Do not lean or sit on your appliance’s door when it is open. Danger as the dishwasher could
overturn.
— Unplug your machine before carrying out any technical work on it.
— Avoid placing your machine immediately next to a cooking or heating appliance to prevent any
risk of heat damage;
— Do not place any items in your machine, which are not certified as dishwasher safe.
— If you have removed an item before the end of the washing programme, it is important to rinse it
carefully to remove any residual washing products.
— If your appliance breaks down, never attempt to repair it yourself. Any repairs made by
non-qualified personnel can cause significant damage or lack of control.
— The machine complies with applicable safety regulations. Any repairs should be carried out by
qualified technicians. Repairs or changes that do not conform may be dangerous for the users.
In case of replacement, only use original parts.
— If the machine malfunctions due to other causes than those mentioned in this booklet, disconnect the machine (remove the plug) or break the circuit concerned and contact after-sales service.
- If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
- the door should not be left in the open position since this could present a tripping hazard.
- WARNING: Some dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline. They can be extremely dangerous
if swallowed. Avoid contact with the skin and eyes and keep children away from the dishwasher
when the door is open. Check that the detergent receptacle is empty after completion of the wash
cycle.
• ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
This appliance’s packaging material is recyclable. Help recycle it and protect the
environment by dropping it off in the municipal receptacles provided for this purpose.
Your appliance also contains a great amount of recyclable material. It is marked with this
label to indicate that in countries the used appliances should not be mixed with other
waste.
We thank you doing your part to protect the environment.
• ECONOMICAL, ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY WASHING
— Remove any food residue from your crockery (bones, pips, etc.)
— Do not pre-wash your items by hand (useless waste of water).
— Utilise your dishwasher’s capabilities to the full for an economical, environmentally friendly wash.
— Always select a washing programme suitable for the crockery type and how dirty they are.
— Avoid overdosing with detergent, regenerating salt and rinsing liquid. Follow the
recommendations in this guide (pages 8-14) and the instructions on the product packs.
— Ensure that the water softener is correctly set (see page 10).
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2 / DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• GENERAL PRESENTATION OF THE DISHWASHER
A
B
C
D
E
H
I
F
J
G
K
L
M
Fig. 01
A
Cutlery drawers
H
Salt compartment
B
Upper basket
I
Cutlery basket
C
Wash product dispenser
J
Lower basket
D
Anti-block guide wire
K
Rinse aid dispenser
E
Lower sprinkler arm
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Reference plate (Ref. S.A.V.)
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Waste filter
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Control panel
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Main filter
Advice :
This user’s guide is applicable to several models. There may be some slight differences
in the details and the equipment between your appliance and the descriptions provided here.
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2 / DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• PRESENTATION OF CONTROL PANEL (Some models only)
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Fig. 02a
A
B
C
E
G
F
A
On/ Off :
Press this button to start up the dishwasher.
D
F Display :
This shows the current time, the programme
end time, the remaining programme time and
the setting adjustments.
B
Selection buttons :
For choosing the programme (see page 20).
G
For change the settings (see page 10-11).
Pilot lights :
Salt :
C
Set, Delayed end :
Changing the settings (see page 10-11).
Adjusting the programme end time
(see page 21).
On: indicates the salt compartment is empty or
almost empty.
Rinse aid :
On: indicates the rinse aid compartment is
empty or almost empty.
D
START :
Press this button to start up the programme.
In case of error, hold down this button for a
few seconds to cancel a selection or a
programme that is already running.
Multi-function products :
On: this indicates the “4/1” function is
activated (see page 11). The programmes are
automatically adapted to multi-function
products.
E Programme selected indicator :
High brightness : this indicates the
programme has been selected.
For power saving purposes, this dishwasher automatically goes onto standby if it has not been
activated for a certain period (except in time delay mode).
The display becomes intermittent.
The tub’s light switches off automatically after 5 minutes of lightning (Some models only).
To exit standby mode, simply press the “START” button. The dishwasher will then go into its
previous status.
Observations :
A short beep confirms the button has been pressed (except the “On/Off” button).
To aid the loading process, the dishwasher interior light comes on when you open the door and switches
off when you push it up or close it, regardless of the position of the “On/Off” button (Some models only).
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3 / INFORMATION
Important :
Important :
For your dishwasher to provide
excellent washing and drying results and
leave no marks, you must correctly adjust it
using the water softening system, which
works with dishwasher salt.
Never use normal washing-up liquid.
For ease of use and in certain water
hardness conditions only (< 25°F),
multi-purpose products can make the
use of regenerating salt and rinsing liquid
unnecessary.
• Scale, when rainwater filters into the soil,
it takes in mineral salts, some of which are
found in solid form and are commonly
referred to as scale. Scale in the water
reduces the detergent’s washing efficiency,
causes deposits to form on the dishwasher
itself and leaves white marks on the dishes.
• “Two-in-one” tablets contain
detergents and rinsing liquid or an
agent serving the function of the salt.
• “Three-in-one” tablets contain
detergents and rinsing liquid as well as
an agent serving the function of the salt.
The more scale there is in the water, the “harder”
the water is.
• “Four-in-one” “Five-in-one”
tablets... also contain additives to
prevent “wear” to glasses (i.e. to stop
them clouding), risk of corrosion and
discolouring of stainless steel.
You should use products suited to the water
hardness in your particular area.
• There are so many different types
of product. How can I choose the
best one ?
Important :
Follow the instructions in the user’s
manual and the recommendations on the
multi-purpose detergent’s pack.
For impeccably clean dishes,
you should use a combination
of classic products :
NB :
① Wash product for perfectly clean
If in any doubt, please contact the
detergent’s manufacturer if the items are
very wet at the end of the programme or if
chalky deposits appear.
dishes (powder or liquid detergent or
standard tablets).
➁ Dishwasher salt
for correct
functioning of your dishwasher’s water
softener.
③ Rinse aid to help the dishes dry
and eliminate drop marks.
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4 / WHAT TO DO BEFORE FIRST USING THE MACHINE
• MEASURE THE WATER HARDNESS
In one simple action, you can test the your water’s lime content using the testing strip supplied with
your dishwasher. Alternatively, contact your local water utility to ascertain your water’s hardness.
— Let the water run from the tap for a few moments.
— Fill a glass with water.
— Take the test strip from its holder and immerse it for 3 seconds.
— Wait 1 minute, shake it and look at the colours to ascertain your water’s hardness.
• HARDNESS TABLE AND SELECT THE TYPE OF DETERGENT
Test strip
0-10°F
10-18°F
18-25°F
25-40°F
40-55°F
55-70°F
> 70°F
0-1mmol/l 1-1,8mmol/l 1,8-2,5mmol/l 2,5-4mmol/l 4-5,5mmol/l 5,5-7,0mmol/l > 7,0mmol/l
0 - 5,6 °dH 5,6 - 10 °dH 10 - 14 °dH 14 - 22,4 °dH 22,4 - 30,8 °dH 30,8 - 39,2 °dH > 39,2 °dH
Water
Soft
Slightly hard Slightly hard
Hard
Hard
Hard
Very hard
Essential if Essential if
Water softening and use of Optional using traditional using traditional Mandatory Mandatory Mandatory Mandatory
salt
products
products
Hardness
Possible use of
traditional products ➊
➊
or
+
or
Use only of
traditional products ➊
+
R
or
or
multi-function products ➋
or
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➊ Traditional products:
P : Powder detergent or L : Liquid detergent or
+ S : Regenerating Salt + R : Rinsing product
➋ Multi-function products:
Multi-function tablets
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5 / WATER SOFTENER ADJUSTMENTS
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Fig. 02b
Important :
IIt is essential to correctly adjust the water softener according to the hardness of the water in
your area.
-If the adjustment is too low, scale may be left on the dishes.
-If the adjustment is too high, there is a risk of glasses becoming cloudy.
If you move house, adjust the water softener again.
• Proceed as follows to adjust the water softener to the control table :
— This adjustment is to be done at the “SET” Setting stages (see page 11).
— To change the adjustment between H0 and H6, according to the water hardness (see the table
below), briefly press the up or down buttons “
” or “
” successively. The display will indicate the
adjustment.
— Make sure you validate the adjustment by briefly pressing “START” twice (to exit the “SET”
Setting menu, see page 11).
— To use multi-function tablets you must select adjustment H0 or H1 or H2, according to the water
hardness. < 25ºF. Make the
Hardness
Adjust
ments
adjustment as indicated on page 11.
0-10°F
10-18°F
18-25°F
25-40°F
40-55°F
55-70°F
> 70°F
0-1mmol/l 1-1,8mmol/l 1,8-2,5mmol/l 2,5-4mmol/l 4-5,5mmol/l 5,5-7,0mmol/l > 7,0mmol/l
0 - 5,6 °dH 5,6 - 10 °dH 10 - 14 °dH 14 - 22,4 °dH 22,4 - 30,8 °dH 30,8 - 39,2 °dH > 39,2 °dH
H0
HI
H2
H3
Important :
Adjustment H0 disables the salt refill indicator light.
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H5
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6 / ADJUSTING THE SETTINGS
• “SET” SETTING
• Hold down the “ ” button once to access the adjustment menu.
• Adjust the settings using the programme selection buttons “ ” or “
• Briefly press the “ ” button once to go on to the next setting.
”.
The adjustments will be stored in the memory after validating the last setting.
If you cancel (by holding down the “START” button) or switch off the appliance during adjustment, the setting changes will not be registered.
> Adjusting the clock (hours)
When the hour is flashing, press either of the selection buttons until the desired
hour is reached.
Press “START” to go on to adjustment of the next setting.
> Adjusting the clock (minutes)
Follow the same procedure: press either of the selection buttons until the
desired minutes are reached.
Press “START” to go on to adjustment of the next setting.
> Adjusting the water softener
Adjust this to the corresponding degree for the water hardness measured, from
H0 to H6 (see page 40).
Press “START” to go on to adjustment of the next setting.
> End of programme beep
Adjust to
to activate this function, or
of-programme beep.
Press “START” to save the settings
if you do not require an end-
• “4/1” SETTING
> Multi-function products
Select this function if you are using multi-function products.
Reminder : For optimum product efficiency, it is important to correctly adjust the water softener
(see page 10). If it is adjusted to H3 or higher, this function cannot be enabled.
To enable or disable this function, before selecting the programme hold down the selection button
“ ” until the pilot light switches on or off.
(pilot light on) function enabled;
(pilot light off) function disabled.
Enabling this function cancels the dishwasher salt and rinse aid level display.
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7 / LOADING THE DETERGENT PRODUCTS
• Loading the detergent products. (Fig. 03-04-05)
To make loading the detergent easier, the distributor is located on the front of the upper basket.
It is compatible with all the products recommended for your dishwasher.
• Powders or liquids (Fig 03)
-- Pull out the dispenser drawer
-- Fill at least up to the minimum mark for slightly
dirty crockery and to the maximum mark for dirty
crockery. If the crockery is very dirty and for
programmes with a pre-wash we recommend
that you add 5 gr. of detergent (a dessert
spoonful) into your dishwasher’s tub in
accordance with the programmes table.
-- Close the distributor.
Fig. 03
• “Multi-purpose” or Traditional tablets
(Fig 04 and 05)
Fig. 04
-- Place the tablet in the external compartment
(Fig 04),
or, for optimum operation,
-- pull out the distributor’s drawer and lay the
tablet there. (Fig 05).
-- Close the distributor.
Fig. 05
Important :
Keep these products out of the reach of children and away from damp (the protective film
on the tablets might be water-soluble).
Only use products specially designed for dishwashers.
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8 / LOADING THE REGENERATING SALT
• Loading the regenerating salt. (Fig. 06)
Important :
Use special salt for dishwashers. Never use
table salt or cooking salt as this could damage
the appliance.
A Unscrew and remove the compartment cap.
A
B
SE
L
Fill the compartment with special
dishwasher salt. Use the funnel supplied with
the dishwasher.
Firmly screw the cap back on.
C The first time you fill the compartment with
salt, fill it up to the top with water.
B
• Determining the regenerating salt
level :
EAU
A scale on the display indicates the fill level.
C
full
almost empty
full (flashing)
Fig. 06
Tip :
For especially soft water not requiring regenerative salt or when using “4-in-1” pellets, you
can deactivate the salt level detector (see page 11).
Important :
If the salt overflows from the dispenser, remove the excess salt crystals to prevent risk of
the tank rusting and run a Soak programme or, failing this, a short programme (see page 18-19)
with no load in the dishwasher.
Firmly screw the compartment cap back on.
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9 / LOADING THE RINSING PRODUCT
• Loading the rinsing product. (Fig. 07)
Important :
Use a special dishwasher rinse aid product to
improve drying and prevent filming.
A Unscrew and remove the compartment cap.
A
B Before starting up the dishwasher, fill the
compartment with rinse aid up to the
adjustment lever.
Firmly screw the cap back on.
C The default adjustment is 2.
If drying is inefficient or marks are leftest
glasses (after having run several cycles),
you may increase the dosage by setting the
adjustment to 3 ;
Tip :
3
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Setting the adjustment to 1 reduces rinse aid
consumption and may be sufficient for your
needs.
B
• Determining the rinse aid product
level :
The screen shows you a fill level indicator.
3
12
C
full
Fig. 07
almost empty
full (flashing)
Adjustment lever
Tip :
If using combined (4-in-1) pellets, this product is not required. You can deactivate the rinse
product level detector (see page 11).
Important :
If the rinse aid overflows onto the door on refilling, sponge off the excess to prevent foam
from forming.
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10 / YOUR DISHWASHER’S EQUIPMENT
Washing capacity : 14 standard place settings
Very important :
Items not suitable for washing in a dishwasher
- Wooden cutting boards,
- Stainless steel utensils or plastic utensils that are not heat-resistant,
- Copper or pewter items,
- Glued crockery and cutlery,
- Cutlery with wooden, horn or mother-of-pearl handles,
- Antique or hand-painted porcelain.
When purchasing crockery, glasses or cutlery, ensure that it is dishwasher-safe.
• THE UPPER BASKET
This basket is particularly designed to take
glasses, cups, ramekins, small salad bowls,
bowls and saucers.
Arrange your items methodically (arranging
glasses, cups or bowls together) to save on
space (Fig. 08).
You can also arrange cups, ladles, etc. on the
folding cup racks.
Advice:
Position the cavities of glasses, cups or
bowls facing downwards.
• Adjusting the height of the upper
basket
Cutlery basket
For large dishes to be loaded in the lower basket,
the upper basket must be set the to high
position. This can be done with the basket fully
loaded (Fig. 09)
Fig. 08
① Setting in HIGH POSITION :
Gently raise your basket on each side until it
engages.
➁ Setting in LOW POSITION :
Raise your basket completely on both sides to
unlock it and then lower it to the low
position.
Important :
Check that the two slides are set to the
same height and the basket is horizontal.
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10 / YOUR DISHWASHER’S EQUIPMENT
• THE LOWER BASKET
Arrange your items so that the water can
circulate freely and spray over all the utensils.
Place large diameter dishes and pans at the
sides.
Do not intersperse, jam together or superimpose
flat plates and concave dishes (Fig. 10).
The folding spikes make it easier to arrange your
large dishes (Fig. 11) (depending on the model).
Advice :
When you re-insert the lower basket,
ensure that nothing catches on the upper
basket’s gauge wire to avoid blocking the rotor.
Fig. 10
Unloading your items
First of all empty the lower basket to avoid drips
from the upper basket falling onto the lower
basket.
• THE CUTLERY BASKET
The cutlery basket slides along runners for
flexible loading.
You can place it in any part of the lower basket
you wish, to change the loading arrangement
according to the items in the load (Fig 10).
If the cutlery or dishes are too large and do not
fit, adjust the height of the upper basket (if it is
adjustable on your model of dishwasher).
Fig. 11
Movable grills are available for if you wish to
load your cutlery in an orderly manner.
For optimum washing and drying, use these
separation grills partially or totally (Fig. 12).
Point the handles on the cutlery downwards.
Important :
For safety reasons, we recommend that
you place knives with pointed ends with the
point facing downwards in the cutlery basket (to
avoid the risk of an accident).
Long-bladed knives and other sharp kitchen
utensils must be placed flat in the upper basket.
Avoid washing cutlery with horn handles in your
dishwasher.
Separate silverware from other metals using
the separation grill.
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10 / YOUR DISHWASHER’S EQUIPMENT
• CUTLERY DRAWERS
Your dishwasher is equipped with 2 dividable
cutlery drawers.
Pull out the drawers and arrange the cutlery
separately between the dividers (fig 13).
You can arrange the cutlery in the dishwasher in
different ways using the different divisions.
Important :
For safety reasons, place long-bladed
knives and other steel cooking utensils in the
cutlery drawer or place them flat in the upper
rack.
Do not wash cutlery with horn handles in the
dishwasher.
Fig. 13
Tip :
Loading the cutlery in the drawers.
For optimum washing and drying, arrange the
cutlery in the drawers as shown in fig. 13.1. Take
care not to position it as shown in fig. 13.2
(items too close together, round handles not
secured in place, items protruding over the
edge of the drawer, etc.)
Bulky items of cutlery should be placed in the
top basket.
Fig. 13.1
• Removing a cutlery drawer :
You may need to remove one of the cutlery
drawers for tall items to fit, e.g. stemmed wine
glasses.
- Empty the drawer you wish to remove, pull it out
and then push it back in again to around 3 cm.
- Holding the drawer with one hand, disengage
the runner from its hooks, pushing out the lower
rod (fig 13.3). Repeat this process for the other
runner.
- Push the runners back in, folding them inwards
horizontally until you hear a click.
Fig. 13.2
• Replacing a cutlery drawer :
CLIC
- Replace the rods vertically and pull on them. Fit
and clip the hooks in place, first on one side,
then on the other.
Fig. 13.3
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11 / WASHING PROGRAMMES
• PROGRAMME CHART
Type of crockery :
porcelain, pans,
cutlery, glasses
etc...
Amount,
type and
state of food
residues.
Mixed
Mixed
Mixed
Resistant
Intelligent
Control
System +
Mormally dirty
an average
amount of food
residue and
grease.
This is the most
economical
programme as
regards water
and
energy
saving.
Normally dirt
i.e. an average
amount of food
residue and
grease.
This is the
quietest
programme, it
saves energy
and is ideal for
washing the
dishes at night.
Very dirty
Very dirty dinner
plates and pans,
baked-on stains,
grease, frying
residues,
hardened
cheese,
sauce, etc.
Automatic
detection
of amount
of dirt.
Optimises results,
prioritising
energy saving.
Normal Eco
Programmes
Programme
sequence.
prewash
45
hot prewash
wash 50-65°C
wash 45°C
wash 45°C
wash 70°C
rinse
rinse
rinse
rinse
hot rinse
hot rinse
hot rinse
hot rinse
drying
drying
drying
drying
85 - 115
14 - 16
1,25 - 1,40
140 - 160
10,1 - 13
0,59 - 1,3
315 - 320
10 - 12
1,05 - 1,2
120 - 140
14,5 - 16,5
1,7 - 1,8
for guidance
Duration (min)
Water (l)
Energy (kWh)
These values refer :
- to normal usage conditions with separated products (detergents, salt, rinsing product).
- only to multifunction product usage conditions
They may vary depending on the load, the water temperature, the softener setting, the presence of
rinsing product and the supply voltage.
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EN
11 / WASHING PROGRAMMES
Mixed
Short wash,
60 minutes
specially suited
to day-to-day
dishes, ordinary
dirt, slightly dirty
Delicate
Mixed
Very short wash,
Very short cycle
30 minutes
(no detergent)
specially suited to to rinse and keep
delicate loads
the dishes wet
of day-to-day
before washing
dishes, slightly
the following day
dirty, dirt not dried or the day after
on, no excessive
grease.
Mixed
No load
Special
cycle for
sanitising
day-to-day
dishes.
Specific
maintenance
programme
The dishwasher
must be
completely
emptied and any
large residues
removed from
the filter.
1
cold prewash
hot prewash
wash 55 °C
wash 45°C
wash 70°C
rinse
rinse
rinse
hot rinse
hot rinse
hot rinse
drying
60
14 - 16
1,3 -1,4
drying
30
11
0,95
15
4,5
0,02
90 - 110
14,5 - 16,5
1,6 - 1,7
1
Removes grease
and scale from
the dishwasher
tank, keeping
it working
efficiently and
prolonging its
lifetime.
For optimum
results, use
a specially
designed
dishwasher
cleaning fluid
(if not, powder or
a tablet in the
product drawer).
90
10,5
0,9
This programme can be accessed by
pressing the “ ” button if the
programme is on high brightness display.
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EN
12 / PROGRAMMING
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Fig. 14
A
B
C
F
E
D
Important :
If your dishwasher has a front control panel, in order to prevent the buttons from being
pressed accidentally on opening or moving the door the programming can only be done with the
door closed.
Consult the Programmes table on the preceding pages to determine the programme you need
for the type of items, the quantity and the amount of food residue.
• Starting up the appliance
Press button A , the display F will light up.
• Immediate programme start
Choose the desired programme by pressing
either of the B buttons.
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Programme light E will come on.
The screen
time.
F
displays the programme end
Validate your choice by pressing button D .
The programme will start up.
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The time will count down as the programme
advances. The display F shows the time
remaining until the end of the programme.
• AutoClean :
A maintenance programme specifically for your dishwasher, run without any crockery.
Advice :
Use this program periodically, every 3 months, to remove any deposits. Use a special
dishwasher cleaning product.
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EN
12 / PROGRAMMING
• Delayed programme start
You may choose to delay the start of the wash
programme with this dishwasher :
Choose the desired programme by pressing
either of the B buttons.
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Press button C once.
Programme the end time, in steps of 10 minutes,
using either of the B buttons.
Validate your choice by pressing button D .
45
The programme end time will appear on the
display F until the programme starts. Only the
pilot light E for the selected programme will
remain on.
• End of programme
45
When the programme finishes, the word “End”
will appear on the display.
• Cancelling a programme
To cancel a programme or if you have made the
wrong selection, hold down button D for a few
seconds until you hear the cancel beep.
45
You can then programme the dishwasher again.
• Switching off the appliance
When the programme has ended, press
button A .The display F will switch off.
Observations :
A short beep confirms the button has been pressed (except the “On/Off” button).
Remarks :
The door’s electrical safety system can cause the indicator lights to illuminate briefly when
the door is opened or closed. This phenomenon does not affect your machine’s operation.
If required, and particularly after the water softener has been reset, the programme may start
with three minutes of resin regeneration. This is a silent operation.
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EN
13 / CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE
• CLEANING THE WASTE FILTERS
The filtration system consists of several
elements :
➀
A - The waste filter.
B - The large main filter.
C - The micro filter.
B
A
The filters are located in the centre of the tub and
must
be
washed
regularly
to
obtain
C
➁
optimum washing results.
• Procedure :
➀ Before removing the filters, remove the waste
from the large main filter B using a sponge, to
prevent this waste from blocking the sprinkler
A
③
arms. Position the sprinkler system as shown in
the diagram (Fig. 15)
➁ Turn the waste filter a quarter of a turn and
B
remove it A .
③ Remove the main filter B .
④ Remove the microfilter mesh
⑤ Carefully clean filters
A
④
C .
, B and C under
the tap. (Fig. 16)
C
Fig. 15
⑤
Re-installation :
Proceed in reverse order, inserting filters C and
B and then A
A
Fig. 16
Important :
Remember to lock the waste filter A in
place by pushing it in fully and turning it a
quarter turn.
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B
C
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13 / CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE
• Periodically
Every 3 or 4 months you should run a special “Auto clean” maintenance programme with no load in
the dishwasher (see page 19) to remove any dirt, with a special dishwasher cleaning product
available in the shops.
Important :
Keep this product out of the reach of children.
• AutoClean :
A maintenance programme specifically for you dishwasher when empty.
Select the “Auto clean” programm (see page 20).
The screen shows you the time the programme will end.
Confirm by pressing “START”. The programme starts.
• EXTENDED PERIOD OF NON USE OR HOUSE RELOCATION
Unplug it from the mains and cut off the water supply, then thoroughly clean the dishwasher.
Protect the dishwasher from frost.
Tip :
Do not use abrasive powder, metal cleaning pads or alcohol or solvent based products.
Use a cloth or sponge.
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EN
14 / YOUR DISHWASHER’S SAFETY SYSTEMS
• Door not properly closed
The display flashes if the door is open or not properly closed.
• Programme access block
While a dishwasher programme is running, the buttons are automatically blocked to prevent them
from being pressed accidentally. The dishwasher will automatically unblock at the end of the
programme or you can cancel by holding down the “START” button for 3 seconds.
• Anti-overflow safety system
This system automatically activates the drain pump if the water level in the tank is exceptionally high.
• Anti-leak safety system
This system cuts off the water supply if any leakage is detected under the appliance.
• Total safety
The inlet pipe is equipped with a mechanism that directly cuts off the water supply to the tap in case
of leakage.
• Error display
The error code appears on the display. See the table on page 25.
Observation :
After rectifying the error, hold down the “START” button for three seconds to unblock
access.
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EN
15 / IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR
• SUMMARY OF THE FAULTS
D01
D02
D03
D04
D05
D06
d01: water intake fault (tap).
d07: overflow/leak protection fault
d02: draining fault.
d08: sprinkler distribution fault.
d03: heating fault.
d11: sprinkler distribution fault.
d04: temperature sensor fault.
d12: water level fault (siphoning
through drain tube)
d05: low pump flow fault.
d13: overheating fault.
d06: high pump flow fault.
d14: bad drain tube connection or
tap flow insufficient or filters dirty.
D07
D08
D11
D12
D13
D14
Tip :
If one of the above faults occurs and you need to call a repair man, remember to tell him
the message displayed (d01, d02..) as this information will help him.
• BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
Problem
Possible Causes
What to do?
The door falls heavily when - Door springs not tensioned
- Tighten the two tensioning
opened (integratable model)
enough to compensate for the screws accessible in the botweight of the panel.
tom section above the front
feet.
The door does not stay horizontal - Door springs tensioned too
- Loosen the two tensioning
when open or returns too quick- much.
screws accessible in the botly (integratable model)
tom section above the front
feet.
- Fit a temporary wooden panel
- No wooden panel.
on the appliance and adjust
the springs.
The door catches when closing - Appliance not stable
- Adjust the feet.
- Door not centred on the tub - Re-centre by adjusting the
rear feet.
The upper basket does not stay - Poor manipulation (the basket - Act more progressively (see
in the high position
is being pulled upwards too
instructions), one side and
quickly)
then the other.
Small leak around or under the - Leak from the tap.
- Check that a seal is fitted and
appliance (move the appliance
relighted the nut.
- Leak from the appliance.
to locate the leak)
- Close the water tap and call a
(Cf. table fault d07).
technician.
Small leak at the door
- Appliance not stable or not level - Adjust the feet.
- Door not centred on the tub. - Re-centre by adjusting the rear
feet.
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EN
15 / IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR
• THE INDICATOR LIGHTS
Problem
The salt light does not go out
Possible Causes
The lights all light up one after - Wrong programme.
the other
A light flashes and the
programme does not start
What to do ?
- No salt or an insufficient quan- - Refill the tank and wait for the
tity of salt in the tank to trigger cycle to end. If you have soft
the float.
water that requires no salt, the
light is constantly lit.
- On some models,programme
selector wrongly positioned
(between two notches)
- Cancel the current programming by holding down the Start
button for 3 seconds and then
re-programme.
- Reposition the selector on a
programme.
• RELATING TO PROGRAMMING, DISPLAY
Problem
The cycle lasts too long
Possible Causes
What to do ?
- the energy-saving pro- Use these programmes prefergrammes last longer because ably at night when it is not so
the agitation and drying times important how long the proare longer to compensate for gramme lasts or when it ends.
the lower washing and drying
temperatures
The appliance trips the circuit - Insufficient amperage to sup- - Check the socket’s amperage
breaker
(10A minimum) and the
ply all the appliances being
meter’s capacity.
operated simultaneously.
- Internal fault in the appliance. - Call a technician.
The appliance does not start
- No mains power to the socket. - Check the socket and the fuse
- Tap closed. (Cf. table fault d01). - Check the tap is open.
- Check the hose line is OK.
- Selection error or programme
- Cancel by holding down Start
lock.
for 3” and re-programme.
- Start button pressed too long
- Just press Start briefly to start
(>2”).
the programme.
- Appliance in Safety mode (anti- Call a technician.
leak).(Cf. table fault d07).
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EN
15 / IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR
Problem
Possible Causes
The appliance will not restart
- Door opened during a
washing cycle.
The appliance does not drain
(Cf. table fault d02).
- The cover has not been
removed from the sink’s Ubend.
- Drain hose kinked.
The appliance will no longer
function (see table, fault 14).
What to do?
- Wait for the time delay to end
(controlled internally by the
appliance).
- Remove the cover.
- Check the drain hose line
behind the machine is OK.
- Remove and clean the filters
- Filters totally blocked.
and the drain.
- Initiate a Soaking programme If
- Pump blocked.
the fault persists, call a technician.
- installation of non-compliant
- adhere to the drainage tube
drainage system: drainage too low installation dimensions.
down or pipe pushed too far in.
- siphoning: the appliance is
emptying as the same time as
it is filling up.
- filter system clogged.
- Cleaning the filters.
• POOR WASHING RESULTS
Problem
Possible Causes
What to do?
Food traces and deposits in the - Items poorly arranged
- Arrange the items properly.
glasses
(masked by another larger
Use the most appropriate
item or situated underneath it, areas and accessories for each
items nested or jammed
type of item (see instructions).
together).
- Check that the spray arm
- Upper spray arm blocked by rotates freely. Set the basket in
cutlery or a dish etc.
the high position if necessary.
- Check the filter’s facing and that
the filter is locked in place (push
- Filter poorly locked and lifting it in fully, turning it to the right).
during washing.
- Remove all the filters and clean
them (in warm water), including
- Micro filter screen clogged.
the micro filter’s screen (once
a month).
- Remove the spray arm by turning the lever a quarter of a turn
- One or more holes in the spray and clean it under the tap (do
arm blocked.
not use any tool that could
damage the holes). Re-install
the spray arm.
Traces of grease
- Detergent dose too low; inefficient detergent; stale product.
- Inappropriate programme
(temperature too low; duration
too short).
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- Increase the dose; try another
detergent.
- Select a programme with a
higher temperature.
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15 / IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR
• POOR WASHING RESULTS...
Problem
Possible Causes
What to do?
White marks
(identify what type)
- Chalky film (removable with
vinegar).
- Check that there is salt in the
tank (light unlit = OK).
- Check the water hardness at
the tap and that the water softener is set correctly. Adjust it
to a higher level if necessary.
- Water too hard for using a “4in-1” detergent without the
addition of salt.
- Traces of salt (items have a - Check that the stopper on the
salty taste).
salt container is closed correctly.
White marks
(identify what type)
- Glass cloudy because water - Check the water hardness at
too soft (cannot be removed). the tap and that the water softener is set correctly. Some
detergents in pellet form are
more aggressive to glasses
and decorations (change the
product and use a protective
product if necessary).
Coloured marks (tea, wine, cof- - Items poorly arranged
- Turn the cavities in the items
fee)
towards the jets.
- Detergent dose too low; ineffi- - Increase the dose; try another
cient detergent
detergent.
- Programme temperature too - Select a more suitable programme
low.
with a higher temperature.
- If you use a multifunction
- Use the “4-in-1” option
product.
(depending on the model).
Streaks or dried droplets on - Lack or insufficient amount of - Check the indicator light and
glasses
fill the tank completely. Adjust
rinsing product.
the dispensing unit to a higher
position if necessary.
- Rinsing product out-of-date or - Use a recent product (a good
inefficient.
product dilutes easily and
foams in cold water).
- If you use a multifunction
- Use the “4-in-1” option
product.
(depending on the model).
Dried-on marks on glasses, dull- - If you use a multifunction
ness.
product.
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- Use the “4-in-1” option
(depending on the model).
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15 / IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR
• POOR OPERATION
Problem
Possible Causes
What to do ?
Constant filling
- Drain wand fallen on the floor. - Check the installation of drain
- Drain hole situated too low for
the appliance (Cf. table fault
d12).
A lot of waste on the large filter - The filters and drain outlets are - Remove and clean the filters
at the end of the cycle.
blocked with too much and the bottom of the drain
residue.
outlets. Remove large residue
from the plates before putting
them in the machine.
Traces of rust on stainless steel - Quality of the stainless steel - Use “special dishwasher-safe”
not dishwasher-safe (knives in cutlery.
- Check that the stopper on the
particular)
salt container is closed
correctly.
• POOR DRYING RESULTS
Problem
Possible Causes
What to do?
A lot of droplets on the glasses. - Lack or insufficient amount of - Check the indicator light and
rinsing product.
fill the tank completely.
- The dose has not been distrib- - If the tank is not empty after
uted.
approximately 60 washings,
call a technician.
- Positioning of the items.
- To alleviate the phenomenon,
arrange the items to restrict
water retention as much as
possible. Leave the door ajar
for a few minutes, if possible
Droplets on plastic items, Tefal - These insulating items have a - Arrange them preferably in the
coatings, etc.
low calorific mass.
upper basket.
Poorer drying on rapid
programmes
- On rapid programmes, the drying - Select a rapid programme
temperature and drying period are carefully or leave the door ajar
reduced to cut down the duration for a few minutes.
of the cycle as much as possible.
Condensation on the wall of the - Condensation may form on the
inside door or the tub.
walls, particularly after the
appliance has cooled down
(sound insulation increases the
phenomenon)
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16 / INDICATIONS FOR THE TESTING LABORATORIES
ENERGY EFFICIENCY TESTS ACCORDING TO AS/NZS 2007 PROGRAMME : Normal Eco
45
— Washing capacity - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
14 standard place settings
— Arrangement of the items - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Figs. A-B-C ; see next page
— Loading as per the indications on the next page :
- with 2 shelves ( for 3 cups ),
- with 5 cup / saucer supports ( 4 for 12 saucers + 1 dessert plate and 1 for 2 cups )
- with supports stemmed glass
- without cutlery drawers ( see page 17 ).
— Setting for upper basket - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Low position
— Dosage of detergent - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
5 + 27,5 g of detergent
— Setting for rinsing product distributor
3
------------------
— The water softener must be set to 0-1mmol/l
instructions in the paragraph on “5 / WATER SOFTENER ADJUSTMENTS””.
— Door ajar 100 mm upon completion of dry test.
For more information on the comparison tests in accordance with AS/NZS 2007, please contact the
manufacturer of the machine before commencing testing.
NB: When conducting tests using a multi-function tablet :
— Check that the water softener is correctly set for the water hardness
(paragraph “5 / WATER SOFTENER ADJUSTMENTS””)
- Pull out the detergent distribution drawer and place the tablet in the interior compartment.
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EN
16 / INDICATIONS FOR THE TESTING LABORATORIES
A
B
2
2
2
2
2
2
5 5
5 5
5 5
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
1
NOK
2
NOK
3
4 5
OK
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
C
31
4
1
4
1
4
1 4
4
5 2 5
4
4
53
5
4
4
5 2 5
4
52
5
4
2
2
2
2
2
1
4
1
4
1
1 1 4
EN
17 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE
• INTERVENTION WORK
Any intervention work on your appliance must
be performed by a qualified professional
approved by the manufacturer. When you call,
please mention the full reference for your
appliance (model, type and serial number).
This information is shown on the description
plate (see Fig. 17)
ORIGINAL PARTS
When maintenance is being carried out, ask
for only certified original spare parts to be
used.
Fig. 17
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(a) damage through misuse (including failure
to maintain, service or use with proper care),
neglect, accident or ordinary wear and tear
(including deterioration of parts and accessories
and glass breakage);
(b) use for purpose for which the De Dietrich
product was not sold or designed;
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installation;
(d) use or operation after a defect has occurred or
been discovered;
(e) damage through freight, transportation or
handling in transit (other than when De Dietrich is
responsible);
(f) damage through exposure to chemicals, dusts,
residues, excessive voltage, heat, atmospheric
conditions or other forces or environmental
factors outside the control or De Dietrich;
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without your consent unless required by:
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Personal Information is to keep a record of the
De Dietrich product purchased by you, in order
to provide a better warranty service to you in the
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De Dietrich product. Eurolinx may contact you at
any one or more of the address, email address
or telephone numbers set out in the Warranty
Registration Card. Please contact Eurolinx
on 1300 694 583 should you not wish to be
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purchaser or any person other than De Dietrich,
an employee of Eurolinx or an authorised
De Dietrich service contractor*;
(h) use of parts, components or accessories
approved by De Dietrich.
(i) damage to surface coatings caused by cleaning
or maintenance using products not recommended
in the De Dietrich product handbook provided to
the purchaser upon purchase of the De Dietrich
product;
(j) damage to the base of an electric oven due to
items having been placed on the base of the oven
cavity or covering the base, such as aluminium
foil (this impedes the transfer of heat from the
element to the oven cavity and can result in
irreparable damage); or
(k) damages, dents or other cosmetic
imperfections not affecting the performance of the
De Dietrich in respect of an De Dietrich product
purchased as a “factory second” or from display
The Warranty does not extend to light globes
used in De Dietrich products.
3. Domestic Use
Each De Dietrich product is made for domestic
use. This Warranty may not extend to De Dietrich
products used for commercial purposes.
4. Time for Claim under the Warranty
You must make any claim under this Warranty
within twenty eight (28) days after the occurrence
of an event which gives rise to a claim pursuant
to the Warranty, by booking a service call on the
telephone number below.
WARRANTY
1. Warranty
Eurolinx warrants that each De Dietrich product
will remain, for a period of twenty four (24)
months computed from the date of purchase of
the De Dietrich product, free from defects arising
in the manufacture of the De Dietrich product
(“Warranty”). Except for consumer guarantees
set
out in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010
(Cth) (“Act”), De Dietrich does not make any
further warranties or representations in relation
to De Dietrich products.
2. What is not Covered by the Warranty.
The Warranty does not apply if a De Dietrich
product is defective by a factor other than a
defect arising in the manufacture of the
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5. Proof of Purchase
Customers must retain proof of purchase in order
to be eligible to make a warranty claim in respect
of an De Dietrich product.
(i) replacing or repairing the defective part of the
De Dietrich product;
(ii) paying the cost of replacing or repairing the
defective part of the De Dietrich product;
(iii) replacing the De Dietrich product; or
(iv) paying the cost of replacing the De Dietrich
product.
(e) Our goods come with guarantees that cannot
be excluded under the Australian Consumer
Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund
for a major failure and for compensation for any
other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage.
You are also entitled to have the goods repaired
or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable
quality and the failure does not amount to a
major failure.
6. Claiming under the Warranty
Customers will bear the cost of claiming under
this Warranty unless Eurolinx determines the
expenses are reasonable, in which case the
customer must claim those expenses by providing
written evidence of each expense to Eurolinx at
the address on the Warranty Registration Card.
7. Statutory Rights
(a) These terms and conditions do not affect your
statutory rights.
(b) The limitations on the Warranty set out in this
document do not exclude or limit the application
of the consumer guarantees set out in the Act or
any other equivalent or corresponding legislation
in the relevant jurisdiction where to do so would:
(i) contravene the law of the relevant jurisdiction;
or
(ii) cause any part of the Warranty to be void.
(c) Eurolinx excludes indirect or consequential
loss of any kind (including, without limitation,
loss of use of the De Dietrich product) and (other
than expressly provided for in these terms and
conditions) subject to all terms, conditions and
warranties implied by custom, the general law, the
Act or other statute.
(d) The liability of Eurolinx to you for a breach
of any express or non-excludable implied term,
condition or warranty is limited at the option of
De Dietrich to:
8. Defects
Any part of an De Dietrich product deemed to
be defective and replaced by De Dietrich is the
property of De Dietrich. De Dietrich reserves the
right to inspect and test De Dietrich products in
order to determine the extent of any defect and
the validity of a claim under the Warranty.
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DVF125XA / DVH1150XA / DVH118GJA
FagorBrandt SAS, locataire-gérant – SAS au capital social de 20 000 000 euros RCS Nanterre 440 303 196.
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