Baumatic BDWI640 Service manual

BDWI640
Exploded views: Pages 2 – 8
Parts list: Pages 9 – 10
Wiring diagram: Page 11
Service manual: Pages 12 – 51
User manual: Pages 52 – 99
Appliance pictures: Pages 100 - 107
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Spare parts list for Baumatic model BDWI640
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TEMPLATE
INTEGRATION KIT
Control panel cover sticker
Button
Control Panel
OUTER DOOR
DOOR SWICTH ASSEMBLY
INNER DOOR ASSEMBLY
FRICTION STRIP HOOKING
FRICTION STRIP HOOKING clip
LEFT HINGE
DISPENSER BRACKET
DISPENSER
RIGHT HINGE
HINGE join board
LEFT SIDE PANEL
RIGHT SIDE PANEL
UPPER back support
tank assembly
basket guider supporter
basket guider supporting holder
anti-noise borad
UPPER BASKET guider link stopper (back)
UPPER BASKET guider (Left)
UPPER BASKET guider (Right)
door seal GASKET
DOOR LOCK HOOK
Back cover board
Power cord
AIR BREAKER NUT
AIR BREAKER ASSY - until s/n 66120932579
AIR BREAKER ASSY - from s/n 66120932580
SOFTENER ASSEMBLY
DRAIN pipe CLAMPING
tub Support
Base ASSEMBLY
FRICTION STRIP GUIDING
FRICTION STRIP
DOOR SPRING ASSEMBLY
adjust screw OF DOOR SPRING
base cover
foot
pcb seat cover
pcb seat
PCB
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PCB - Resume function EXPORT markets only
Adjust pole
FLOAT
overflow switch seat
overflow switch
PRESSURE SWITCH
power supply loom clamping
DRAIN pipe
SOFTENER nut - until s/n 66120932579
SOFTENER nut - from s/n 66120932580
SOFTENER cover - until s/n 66120932579
SOFTENER cover - from s/n 66120932580
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INNER PIPE ASSEMBLY
water DISPENSER ASSEMBLY
MIDDLE SPAYER PIPE ASSEMBLY
LOWER SPRAYER
LOWER SPRAYER seat
PLASTIC FILTER
SUMP NUT
PVC pipe
softener outlet pipe
HEATING cab COVER
SUMP ASSEMBLY
INNER DRAIN pipe
Drainage pump
main filter
filter handle
CYLINDR FILTER
PUMP VIBRATION-PROOF PAD
WASH PUMP ASSEMBLY
motor holder
PUMP GASKET
940 CLAMPING
HEATING ELEMENTS ASSEMBLY
WATER PRESSURE SWITCH ASSEMBLY
Sensing device
UPPER BASKET ASSEMBLY
LOWER BASKET ASSEMBLY
cutlery ASSEMBLY
Cutlery tray guide rail (Left)
Cutlery tray guide rail (right)
Inlet hose assembly
Wiring harness
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WQP12-7303
Technical Service Manual
Dishwasher
Contents
Specification
Function Description
2
3-4
Water circuit
3-4
Theory of parts
5-23
Location
5
PCB
6-7
Inlet valve
8-10
Drain pump
11-12
Heater
13-14
Washing pump
15-16
Pressure switch
17
NTC
18-19
Flowmeter
20-21
Safety Hose
22-23
Diverter valve
24-25
Test program
26-30
Procedure
27
Error code
28-30
Inspection
Troubleshooting
31-35
35-40
SAFETY NOTICE
This documentation is only intended for qualified technicians
who are aware of the respective safety regulations.
- 1-
Specifications
Models: WQP12-J7311A
Electrical supply
220-240V, 50Hz
Supply water pressure
0.04MPa-1.0MPa
Supply water temperature below 60℃
For the basic operation instructions, please refer to the
instruction manual attached with each unit.
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inlet valve
inlet hose
air breaker
washing pump
regeneration valve
softener
upper spray arm
tube
upper spray arm
top spray
Water circuit scheme
drain pumb
over flow switch
pressure switch
drain hose
Drain water route
Cycle water route
Regeneration water route
Inlet water route
Water Circuit -> Function Description
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Water Circuit -> Function Description
Process of water inlet (indicated by magenta route)
In this process, regeneration water route is cut off, main water route is open. The water in the main water
route is softened when pass through the softener, and then enter in the tub. During this phase, some of inlet
water will be stored in the air breaker to be regenerating water.
Process of cycle washing (indicated by blue route)
Cycle washing action is driven by washing pump motor. Water can obtain the power during it passing through
the working washing pump, then be pumped into spray arm, pass from spray arm nozzles, over the dishes,
into sump ,where connect to washing pump, and to get in the next water cycle.
Process of regeneration (indicated by green route)
Regeneration valve is open, the regenerating water dissolve salt in the salt chamber of softener, and then
enter in the resin tank to reactivate the resin.
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Location -> Theory of parts
Air breaker
Dispenser
Inlet valve
Water inlet
Washing pump
Over Heat Proof
Micro-switch
Heater
Filter system
Sump
Pressure switch (140/120)
Pressure switch (83/63)
(only for models whose water filling
be controlled by pressure switch)
Capacity
Softener
Overflow switch
Please Note: Exploded view and part list of each model have some different visions, so
please refer to newest vision Midea sent you.
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PCB -> Theory of parts
PCB
Printed Circuit Board is the control center of dishwasher, which receive and process signal
from components, send order to components and deal with the feedback information, etc.
Access PCB
Removing the control panel
The control panel can be removed from dishwasher door.
1. Remove the six screws securing the control panel to the door.
2. The control panel will drop down and be free of the door. But, the wiring will
still connected to the control panel.
on
Off
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Note: For the majority of models, the PCB is located behind the control panel. The minority
of models locate the PCB on the side of strengthening muscle. You can judge the location by
the newest exploded view Midea sent you.
3. Disconnect the connector form PCB.
4. Remove the screws securing the PCB to control panel.
5. Remove the PCB.
6. Reverse the above procedure to install.
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PCB -> Theory of parts
Ma p o f P C B
Note: This map is only applies to 7201 model.
Description
Mark
HEAT
ACL
ACN
IS
EV1-L
RE
ML
PS
D/ED
EV1
EV2
EV3
ISS
ISB
IAQS
FM
FAN
PO
Function
Output for Heating Element
Input of live wire
Input of bull line
Input of Door Switch
Firewire input of inlet valve
Thermister
Washing Pump
Drain Pump
Dispenser
Inlet valve
Softener
Halfload Valve
Salt detect
Rinse detect
Overflow detect
Flowmeter
Fan
Pressure Switch(83/63)
There is small pole’s location difference
between different models.
But the marks on PCB have the same meaning
described on the left side .
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Inlet Valve -> Theory of parts
Location of inlet valve
Appearance
connect to
inlet water hose
to air breaker
electric coil inside
terminals
The work principle
The inlet valve is electromagnetic valve that decide whether water enter or not. Valves are
normally closed. Each time the appliance requires water, the controller will convey an
electric signal to the coils to open the valves.
The inlet valve consist of electric coil, valve body, valve pole, filter etc.
In a word, the electromagnetic valve can act to allow water enter into machine, when it
receive the order given by controller.
The defeat point
1. The valve coil is broken, so the valve can’t open. It will cause the E1 error.
2. The filter is jammed, so water can’t enter. It will cause the E1 error.
3. The connector is loose, so the valve can’t open. It will cause the E1 error.
4. The valve pole is rusted or locked by dreg, so the valve can’t open or close. It will cause
the E1 or E4 error.
Technical data
Nominal voltage
Frequency
Resistance
Work duty
Flux
Power
Work Pressure
220-240VAC
50/60Hz
Approx:4.4-4.8kΩ
100%ED T25
3min/5min T90
2.5L/min ±15%
6W
0.02-1MPa
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Inlet Valve -> Theory of parts
Access inlet valve
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove the water inlet hose. (Note : Be careful of remain water drop.)
3. Remove the baseboard, left baseboard, left side panel and middle rear crosspiece.
3. Left side panel
4. Middle rear
crosspiece
4. Disconnect the 2 terminal lugs
from the inlet valve.
5. Push the valve from the lower
rear crosspiece to take it off.
6. Remove the clamp and
disconnect the inlet hose (to air
breaker) from the water valve.
7. Reverse the above procedure
to install.
1. Baseboard
2. Left baseboard
Inlet valve
Attention: Build in models have no Baseboard and
left and right baseboard, but adjustable baseboard.
Inspect inlet valve
Check electric part
1.Open the control panel and take out the PCB;
2.Unplug the CON3 and P4 wires , then use the multimeter Ω shelf to measure resistance between the blue
wire (EV1) and white wire (IS), the normal resistance is
about 4.4KΩ to 4.8KΩ.
3. I f the measured resistance is not correct, it means the
valve coil is broken or the connector is loose. In this
case, we should check the connection first. If the
problem hasn’t been solved by re-connection, we should
replace the valve..
4.If the resistance is OK, we need to inspect the valve
body.
unplug
IS
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Inlet Valve -> Theory of parts
Check machine part
1. If the electric part is OK, we need to check the machine part.
2. Remove the baseboard, left baseboard, top panel, left side panel and middle rear
crosspiece.
3. Check the valve filter. if the valve filter is blocked, we need clear the residues.
4. If the valve filter is clear and the valve can’t inlet water, check whether valve can act or
not. If it isn’t , we need replace the valve.
5. If the water is continue entering, we need replace the valve.
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Drain Pump -> Theory of parts
Location of Drain Pump
The work principle
Bottom View
Drain pump integrated into sump
connect to drain hose
terminals
to washing pump
motor
The work principle
Drain pump consists of electrical motor, impeller, inlet and outlet.
Drain pump is a kind of pump driven by permanent magnet synchronous motor. The rotor is
made with permanent magnet material, the running inertia of rotor is very small, the stator
consist of silicon steel stack and coil. When the drain pump is on power, the rotor will be
very easy to start.
The defeat point
1. The motor coil is broken, so the drain pump can’t work. It will cause the E2 , E4 or E1 error
.
2. The magnetism of motor rotor is weak, so drain pump cannot work. It will cause the E2, E4
or E1 error .
3. The connector is loose, so the drain pump can’t work. It will cause the E2, E4 or E1 error .
4. The rotor is locked by residues, so the drain can’t work . It will cause the E2, E4 or E1
error .
5.The drain pump assembly rack is loose, it will cause noise.
6.The non-return valve is bad, the remain water is too much.
Explanatory notes: failure of drain pump may cause E1, because
Technical data
Nominal voltage
Frequency
Resistance
Delivery height
Delivery performance
220-240VAC
50Hz
150-220Ω
1M
≥17l/min(230VAC)
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Drain Pump -> Theory of parts
Access drain pump
1. Drain off the water in the dishwasher, and
disconnect the power supply。
(Note : Make sure to remove remained water in the
dishwasher. If not, wet the floor.)
2. Remove four screws on bottom, and then
remove bottom board.
3. Label and disconnect the two terminal lugs from
the drain pump.
4. Remove screws securing the drain pump to
sump, then remove drain pump.
5. Reverse the above procedure to install.
Inspect drain pump
Check the electric part
1.Open the control panel and take out the PCB;
2.Unplug the CON4 and P4 wires, then use the multimeter Ω shelf to measure the red wire (PS) and white wire
(IS), the normal resistance is about 150Ω to 220Ω.
3. If the measured resistance is not correct, it means the
pump coil is broken or connector is loose. In this case, we
should check the connection first. If the problem hasn’t
been solved by re-connection, we should replace the
drain pump.
4.If the resistance is OK, but it also can’t work, maybe the
magnetism is too weak, so we need to replace the drain
pump.
IS
PS
Check the machine part
1. If the electric part is OK, we need to check the machine part.
2. Remove bottom board.
3. If the non-return valve is wrongly assembled, the tub will remain much water. We need to
re-assemble the non-return valve.
4. If the drain pump is working, but no water drain out or just a little. We should check the
drain hose or drain body.
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Heater -> Theory of parts
Location of Heater
The work principle
Bottom View
pressure switch
Technical data
Nominal voltage
Rating power
Resistance
230VAC
1800W
29.265±1.463Ω
The defeat point
1. The heater coil is broken, so the heater cannot work. It will cause the E3 error.
2. The thermostat is active, so the heater cannot work. It will cause the E3 error.
3. The connector is loose, so the heater cannot work. It will cause the E3 error.
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Heater -> Theory of parts
Bottom View
Clamps
Ground terminal
Terminals
(measure heater resistance)
Access heater
1. Drain off the water in the dishwasher, and disconnect the power supply.
(Note : Make sure to remove remained water in the dishwasher. If not, wet the floor)
2. Remove bottom board.
3. Label and disconnect the terminals to and ground wire.
4. Remove the 2 clamps from the Heating element.
Caution: The clamp is easily damaged during removal and can’t be reused. Replace the old
clamp with a new universal clamp .
5. Reverse the above procedure to install.
Inspect heater
1. Remove bottom board.
2. Use the multi-meter Ω shelf to measure resistance
between the two terminals shown in right picture, the
resistance is about 29Ω to 31Ω.
3. If the measured resistance is not correct, it means the
heater coil or the thermostat is broken, we should replace
the heating element or the thermostat.
terminals
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Washing Pump -> Theory of parts
Location of Washing Pump
Bottom View
The work principle
BLUE
BLUE
M
RED
A
150℃
BLACK
M-main coil
A-assistant coil
Washing pump is a kind of asynchronism motor
with capacitor. The stator consist of silicon
steel stack and two coils, main coil and
assistant coil .
The defeat point
1. The motor coil is broken, so the wash pump can’t work. It will cause E3 error.
2. The motor rotor capacitor is weaken, so washing pump can’t start. In this case, it will
send out the electromagnetism noise. If it is continue electrifying motor, the thermal
protector will work. It will cause E3 error.
3. The connector is loose, the wash pump can’t work. It will cause E3 error.
4. The rotor is locked by residues, so the wash pump can’t work . It will cause the E3 error.
5.The drain pump assembly bracket is loose, it will cause noise.
6.If the machine hasn’t been used for long time, there is a possibility the wash pump can’t
starting.
Technical data
Models
YXW48-2F
Items
Nominal voltage 220-240VAC
Frequency
50Hz
Main coil:120.40±7%Ω
Resistance
Assistant:107.10±7%Ω
Delivery height 1m(230VAC)
Power input
85W
Operating
0.37±10%(230VAC)
current
Capacitor
3μF
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Washing Pump -> Theory of parts
Access Washing Pump
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove bottom board.
3. Label and disconnect the 2 terminals to the capacitor.
4. Label and disconnect the 2 terminals to the motor wire connector.
5. Remove the clamp fastening the interconnect hose to the sump.
Caution: The clamp is easily damaged during removal and can’t be reused. Replace the old
clamp with a new universal clamp (Dia-31.0mm)
6. Remove the clamp fastening interconnect hose to the lower nozzle .
7. Remove the clamp fastening interconnect hose to heater.
8. Remove the screw and disconnect the ground wire from the wash pump motor assembly.
Note: Do not attempt to remove the bolt and locknut connecting the motor mount to the
dishwasher frame.
9. Remove the motor pump assembly from the dishwasher.
10. Reverse the above procedure to install.
Inspect Washing Pump
Check the electric part
1.Open the control panel and take out PCB;
2.Unplug the CON4 and P4 wires, then use the multimeter Ω shelf to test resistance between two white wire
(ML and IS), the normal resistance is about 100Ω to 120
Ω.
3. I f the resistance is not correct, it means the pump coil
is broken or the connector is loose, In this case, we
should check the connection first. If the problem hasn’t
been solved by re-connection, we would replace the
washing pump.
4.If the resistance is OK but it cannot work, it maybe the
capacitor weakly, we need to replace the capacitor.
IS
ML
Check the machine part
1. If the electric part is OK, we need to check the machine part.
2. Remove bottom board.
3. Check the pump assembly, if the bracket is loose, it will bring the noise, we need to
tighten it.
4. If the wash pump cannot start and the machine hasn’t been used too long, maybe the
seal element is bond.
5. If the drain pump is working, but no water out or just a little. We should check the vane
wheel.
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Pressure Switch -> Theory of parts
The work principle
The pressure switch consists of a moving diaphragm and disc which activate a
change over contact. The contact can be calibrated to trip and reset at the
desired pressure levels, The main application is to control the level of water in
appliances. May also provide flood protection.
In our production, the pressure switch is to control the water level in appliance,
like 83/63 serial. May also provide flood protection, like 140/120 serial.
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2
Manufacturer : Elbi
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1- COM
2 - NC
Back view
Front view
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14 - NO
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NTC -> Theory of parts
Location of NTC
The work principle
Bottom View
NTC
screws
The work principle
Negative Temperature Coefficient Thermistor is integrated into sump, which is used for
measuring temperature of water in the tub.
Access Washing Pump
1. Remove bottom board.
2. Remove two screws securing the NTC to sump(shown in above picture).
3. Take out NTC.
4. Reverse the above procedure to install.
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NTC -> Theory of parts
Inspect NTC
1.Open the control panel and take out PCB;
2.Unplug the RE connector(shown in below picture), then use the multi-meter Ω shelf to test
resistance between two blue wire , the normal resistance is shown in below table.
3. I f the resistance is not correct, it means NTC circuit has a problem. In this case, we
should check the connection first. If the problem hasn’t been solved by re-connection, we
would replace the NTC.
unplug
NTC resistance table
NTC
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20℃
25℃
30℃
40℃
50℃
60℃
70℃
80℃
85℃
17.48KΩ
12.12KΩ
10KΩ
8.299KΩ
5.807KΩ
4.144KΩ
3.011KΩ
2.224KΩ
1.667KΩ
1.451KΩ
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Flowmeter -> Theory of parts
Location of Flowmeter
Side panel
Baseboard
Left Baseboard
Attention: Build in models have no Baseboard and left and
right baseboard, but adjustable baseboard.
The work principle
Flowmeter is integrated into Air Breaker. Function of
Flowmwter is measure how much water has entered in
appliance. it consists of impeller, tongue tube and
terminal, etc.
When water pass through the flowmeter, moving water
can rotate magnetic impeller, the tongue tube can sense
the impeller’s magnetic and send electronic pulses.
Flowmeter
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Flowmeter -> Theory of parts
Access Flowmeter
1. Remove the baseboard, left baseboard and left side panel.
2. Remove the plastic nut inside tub, which secures the air breaker to tub.(Because
flowmeter is integrated into air breaker, replace air breaker if flowmeter has failure. )
3. Disconnect the wire and remove clamp fastening hose to air breaker.
4. Take out air breaker.
5. Reverse the above procedure to install.
Inspect Flowmeter
1.Open the control panel and take out PCB;
2.Unplug the CON27 wire(shown in below picture), then use the multi-meter Diode shelf to
test whether electrical pulse is sent out from two black wires while water is passing through
flowmeter, or not.
3. If there is continual electrical pulse, the multi-meter will send out sound “de” continually.
4.if there is no electrical pulse, the multi-meter will not send sound. In this case, it means
something wrong with flowmeter circuit. We should check the connection first. If the
problem hasn’t been solved by re-connection, we should replace the air breaker..
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Safety hose -> Theory of parts
Location of Safety Hose
Electronic Aquastop Hose
Note: The assembly mode of
mechanical Aquastop hose is the same
as that of universal.
The work principle
Mechanical Aquastop Hose
Electronic Aquastop Hose
There are two types of Safety Hose, mechanical Aquastop hose and electronic Aquastop
hose, which have different principles and assembly modes.
Mechanical Aquastop safety hose has two layers. If water leak and fill the air space
between two layers, the foaming material will expand and lock the hose. In this situation,
the machine might set off E1 alarm.
Electronic Aquastop safety hose also has two layers. But the difference from
mechanical is that if the water leak and flow on the bottom tray, the flooding pressure switch
on the tray will act, the electromagnetic valve on the hose will cut off the water road and the
machine will set off E4 alarm.
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Safety hose -> Theory of parts
Access Safety Hose
clamp
wire co nnecter
( no nee d to di stinguish
positive and ne gative elec trode)
bound be lt
clamp r ing
1. Remove baseboard, side baseboard, top panel and left side panel.
2. Remove clamp, cut the bound belt and disconnect the wire connector. Then the Inlet hose
cane pulled out.
3. Reverse the above procedure to assemble.
Mechanical Aquastop Hose
Mechanical Aquastop hose is connected to appliance just as universal water inlet hose.
Inspect Safety Hose
Electronic Aquastop Hose
1.Open the control panel and take out the PCB;
2.Unplug the CON3 and P4 wires , then use the multi-meter Ω shelf to measure resistance
between the blue wire (EV1) and white wire (IS). Open circuit and short circuit are both
incorrect.
3. I f the measured resistance is not correct, it means the valve coil is broken or the
connector is loose. In this case, we should check the connection first. If the problem hasn’t
been solved by re-connection, we should replace the safety hose.
Mechanical Aquastop Hose
Maybe moisture absorption of foaming material in mechanical device cause a self-lock
fault(can’t fill the water) and this lock is non-resettable.
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Diverter valve -> Theory of parts
The work principle
Diverter, also named alternating flow control valve, is used to control the flow of water
between the upper and lower spray arms and can also be used on some models to stop the
flow of water to the upper spray arm on models equiped with a half load feature.
Motor
Common
Sensing
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Diverter valve -> Theory of parts
Access Diverter valve
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove bottom board.
3. Label and disconnect the 2 terminals.
4. Remove the screws fastening the diverter valve to pump.
5. Reverse the above procedure to install.
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Test Program
Test Program
In order to check the operation of components of appliance and find out the malfunction, we
designed this program for technician.
How to activate Test Program
J7311A
How to start
Test
Program
Jump into
next step
E1
E2
E3
E4
E6
E7
E8
With door opened,
Program + Power
Program
E1
/
E3
E4
E6
E7
E8
To activate test program, with the door opened and machine off, hold down the
Program button and press the POWER button until the machine enter into Test
Program. The appliance will pause and stand by(as step 00). Then close the
door and press Program button to start the Test Program.
During test program running, you can press Program button to jump into
next step(except inlet valve step) .
Note: The way to activate test program is slightly different between different models.
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Procedure -> Test Program
Procedure of Test Program (for models controlling water filling by flowmeter)
No.
Display on
the screen
Process
Description
0
8:88
Initialization
Power on, stand by
1
0b
Inlet Valve
Open inlet valve and feeds with 3.6L water. the divter will move to
position rotating both upper and lower spray arm.
2
3
Washing Pump
Dispenser will act once and washing pump will run for 60s in this step.
and Dispenser
Run washing pump and heating element until the water temperature
reaches 57℃. Then the machine will pause. Two spray arm would rotate
09/water
Heating Element
alternatively.
temperature
Press Program button to jump into the next step.
0A
4
08
Drain Pump
Drain for 30s.
5
07
Pause
Pause for 10s.
6
06
Inlet Valve
7
05
Washing Pump
Run washing pumo for 2 mins, and the diverter will be positioned in place
rotating upper spray arm only.
8
04
Washing Pump
Run washing pumo for 2 mins, and the diverter will be positioned in place
rotating lower spray arm only.
9
03
Washing Pump
Run washing pumo for 1 min, and the diverter will be positioned in place
rotating both upper and lower spray arm.
Open inlet valve and feeds with 3.2L water.
Inlet valve and
Regeneration Open regenaeration valve and feed with 0.3L water
Valve
10
02
11
01
Drain Pump
12
F*
Finish
drain for 30s.
Buzz one, then pause.
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Error Code -> Test program
How to know which error code has occurred
To know which error code has occurred, refer to the previous table named Test Program
Operation.
Take 9348 for example, If the error 1 has happened, the buzzer would alarm for 30
seconds and “E1” would be shown on display. Other error alarms would be shown in the
same manner.
Take 9239D for example, if the error 7 has happened, the buzzer would alarm for 30
seconds and the Main, Rinse and Drying indicators would flash simultaneously. Other
error alarms can be deduced from this.
The corresponding relation between indicator combination and error
code shown in above figure.
Notice: the majority of models are follow this regulation, but some
special models is different.
Attention
Priority level of E4 is the highest. E4 operation is valid after other error
operations have done. When E4 operation has done, all the others are invalid.
In test program, E1, E2,E3, E4, E6,E7 and E8 are valid.
Note: E2 is valid for models whose water filling be controlled by pressure switch(83/63).
E8 is valid for models equipped with diverter valve(alternative washing function).
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Error Code -> Test program
How does the appliance react when error code occurred
E1 Water filling exceed pre-set time
For the models controlling water filling by flow meter.
If the inlet valve has been opened for 4 minutes but the water quantity hasn’t reached the
desired value(measure by pluses), E1 would occur.
When E1 occurs, the drain pump will run until flowmeter keep motionless for 2 minutes
and all the other components will be stopped immediately. At the same time, the buzzer
will alarm for 30 seconds and error 1 will be shown.
For the models controlling water filling by pressure switch.
If the inlet valve has been opened for 4 minutes but the pressure switch hasn’t act, E1
would occur.
When E1 occurs, the appliance will active drain pump and stop all the other components
immediately. At the same time, the buzzer will alarm for 30 seconds and error 1 will be
shown. Then, drain pump will run till the pressure switch reset and continue draining for
60 seconds.
E3 Heating exceed pre-set time
If the heating element has been working for 60 minutes but the water temperature
detected by NTC hasn’t reached desired value. E3 would occur.
When E3 occurs, the drain pump will run until flowmeter keep motionless for 2 minutes ( if
the model with the pressure switch (83/63),drain pump would run till the pressure switch reset and continue
draining for 60 seconds. ) and all the other components will be stopped immediately. At the
same time, the buzzer will alarm for 30 seconds and the error 3 will be shown.
E4 Overflow
At any time, if overflow micro-switch act and keep for longer than 2 seconds, the E4 would
occur. When E4 occurs, the drain pump will run until flowmeter keep motionless for 2
minutes ( if the model with the pressure switch (83/63),drain pump would run till the pressure switch reset
and continue draining for 60 seconds. ) and all the other components will be stopped immediately.
At the same time, the buzzer will alarm for 30 seconds and error 4 will be shown.
Note: Priority level of E4 is the highest. E4 operation is valid after other error operations
have done. When E4 operation has done, all the others are invalid.
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Error Code -> Test program
E6 Open-circuit failure of thermistor
In test program, once open-circuit failure of thermistor is detected by controller, the E6
would occur. When E6 occurs, the drain pump will run until flowmeter keep motionless for 2
minutes ( if the model with the pressure switch (83/63),drain pump would run till the pressure switch reset
and continue draining for 60 seconds. ) and all the other components will be stopped immediately.
At the same time, the buzzer will alarm for 30 seconds and error 6 will be shown.
E7 Short-circuit failure of thermistor
In test program, once short-circuit failure of thermistor is detected by controller, the E7
would occur. When E7 occurs, the drain pump will run until flowmeter keep motionless for 2
minutes ( if the model with the pressure switch (83/63),drain pump would run till the pressure switch reset and
continue draining for 60 seconds. ) and all the other components will be stopped immediately. At
the same time, the buzzer will alarm for 30 seconds and error 7 will be shown.
E8 Diverter valve fault
For models equipped with diverter(alternative washing function)
In the process of test program in which diverter valve should be act, if machine doesn’t
detect the feeding signal of diverter valve for 15 seconds or doesn’t detect the diverter valve
being positioned accurately in 60 seconds, the E8 would occur.
In the process of washing program in which diverter valve should be act, if machine doesn’t
detect the feeding signal of diverter valve for 15 seconds or doesn’t detect the diverter valve
being positioned accurately in 60 seconds, the diverter valve would stop and the E8 would
be set off after ending washing program.
When E8 occurs, the drain pump will run until flowmeter keep motionless for 2 minutes and
all the other components will be stopped immediately. At the same time, the buzzer will
alarm for 30 seconds and the error code will be shown.
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E1 tree -> Inspection
E1 code
Longer inlet time
Is there any
water in the Tub?
No water
Make a check of inlet
hose of AQUASTOP,
(only for the dishwasher
with AQUASTOP device)
Failure
Replace it to solve
the problem
Little water
Make a check of Tap
Not open Open it to solve the
problem
Opened
Make a check of Inlet
Hose
Failure
Inlet Hose is blocked or
kinked
Failure
solve the problem
OK
Check whether the Inlet
Valve circuit is correct or
not. (mentioned in section
4)
Not
Correct
OK
Reconnect the wire of
Inlet Valve circuit and
check again
solve the problem
Still wrong
Model with Flowmwter
Model with Pressure
Switch(83/63)
Check whether the
Pressure Switch(83/63)
circuit is correct or not.
Not
Reconnect the wire of
Pressure Switch circuit
and check again
OK
solve the problem
Still wrong
Check whether the
Flowmeter circuit is correct
or not. (mentioned in
section 4)
Not
Reconnect the wire of
Flowmeter circuit and
check again
Lower
Give advice to
consumer
OK
Make a check of
Drain Hose
Wrong
Hang correctly to
solve the problem
Replace the
Pressure switch to
solve problem
OK
Still wrong
Make a check of the
Hydraulic pressure.
(0.04-1.0MPa is ok)
Replace the Inlet
Valve to solve
problem
solve the problem
Replace the
Flowmeter to solve
problem
If the problem has not been solved through all
the inspection mentioned above, maybe the
PCB has a malfunction. So, replace PCB and
test again.
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E2 tree -> Inspection
E2 code
Longer drain time
Is there any
water in the Tub?
Some water
Failure
Make a check of Drain
Hose
Drain Hose is blocked
or kinked
Failure
solve the problem
OK
No water
Check whether the Drain
Pump circuit is correct or
not. (mentioned in section
4)
Reconnect the wire of
Drain Pump circuit and
check again
Not
OK
Still wrong
When there is no water in the
tub, check whether Pressure
Switch(83/63) circuit is open or
not, which control water inlet.
Open
Reconnect the wire of
Pressure Switch circuit
and check again
solve the problem
Replace the Drain
pump to solve
problem
OK
Still wrong
solve the problem
Replace the
Pressure Switch to
solve problem
If the problem has not been solved through all the inspection mentioned
above, maybe the PCB has a malfunction. So, replace PCB and test again.
Note: This error 2 is only for models whose water filling be controlled by pressure switch(83/63).
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E3 tree -> Inspection
E3
Longer heating time
Check water
temperature in the tub
Low
Make a check of over heat
proof heating Micro-switch.
Failure
Replace Switch to
solve the problem
OK
High
Jammed
Check whether the filter is
jammed severely or not
Clear or replace filter
to solve the problem
OK
Make a check of Heater.
(mentioned in section 4)
Failure
Reconnect the wire of
Heater circuit and check
again
OK
solve the problem
Still wrong
OK
Check whether the
Washing Pump circuit is
correct or not. (mentioned
in section 4)
Not
Reconnect the wire of
Washing Pump circuit
and check again
OK
Still wrong
Check whether the
NTC circuit is correct
or not.(mentioned in
section 4)
Not
Reconnect the wire of
NTC circuit and check
again
Replace the Inlet
Valve to solve
problem
solve the problem
Replace the
Washing Pump to
solve problem
OK
solve the problem
Still wrong
Replace the NTC to
solve problem
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E4 tree -> Inspection
E4
Overflow
Is there any water on
the bottom board?
No water
Make a check of
Flooding Switch
circuit(normally closed)
Failure
Reconnect the wire of
Flooding Switch circuit
and check again
OK
solve the problem
Still wrong
Some
water
Make sure consumer use
the proper detergent and
rinse
Check whether Flooding
Switch is blocked or not
Blocked
Repair or Replace it
to solve problem
Improper
Give advice
OK
Make a check of
Drain Hose
Model with Pressure
Switch(83/63)
Failure
Drain Hose is kinked
or blocked
Failure
Not
Reconnect the wire of
Flowmeter circuit and
check again
OK
Correct
Solve the problem
OK
Model with
Flowmeter
Check whether the
Flowmeter circuit is correct
or not. (mentioned in
section 4)
solve the problem
Still wrong
Check whether the
Pressure Switch(83/63)
circuit is correct or not.
Correct
Not
Reconnect the wire of
Pressure Switch circuit
and check again
Replace the
Flowmeter to solve
problem
OK
Still wrong
solve the problem
Replace the
Pressure Switch to
solve problem
Maybe there is a real
leakage
Do as follows
Remove two side panels
Remove the water from the bottom board and make sure there is no water at the bottom board.
Restart the dishwasher with a strong or standard wash program as a leakage could easily repeat at a higher temperature and af ter a long period
of running time.
Observe the bottom tray every twenty minutes.
If any water appears, you will found out which areas, such as motor, drain pump, sump, softener, and hoses between them, and also clips at the
end of each hose, besides the weld seam at the bottom of the tub.
If hours passed, but no water comes out, you should stop the dishwasher with sufficient water in the inner tub, and observe it again after leaving
it alone for one to two hours.
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E6&E7 tree -> Inspection
E6
Open-circuit failure of
thermistor
Check whether the NTC
circuit is correct or not.
(mentioned in section 4)
Not
Reconnect the wire of
Flowmeter circuit and
check again
OK
solve the problem
Still wrong
Replace the NTC to
solve problem
E7
Short-circuit failure of
thermistor
Check whether the NTC
circuit is correct or not.
(mentioned in section 4)
Not
Reconnect the wire of
Flowmeter circuit and
check again
OK
solve the problem
Still wrong
Replace the NTC to
solve problem
E8
Diverter valve fault
Check whether the
Diverter Valve circuit is
correct or not. (mentioned
in section 4)
Not
Reconnect the wire of
Diverter Valve and
check again
Still wrong
OK
solve the problem
Replace the NTC to
solve problem
If the problem has not been solved through all the inspection mentioned above, maybe the
PCB has a malfunction. So, replace PCB and test again.
Caution:
Because the real situation is unpredictable, inspection trees mentioned in this manual are
for reference only.
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
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BDWI640 60 cm Fully
integrated full height
dishwasher
USER MANUAL FOR YOUR BAUMATIC
BDWI640 60 cm Fully
integrated full height dishwasher
NOTE: This User Instruction Manual contains important
information, including safety & installation points, which will
enable you to get the most out of your appliance. Please keep it
in a safe place so that it is easily available for future reference; for
you or any person not familiar with the operation of the appliance.
GS 24/01/13
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Contents
Environmental note
Important safety information
Specifications
Product and aperture dimensions
Product specifications
Electrical details
Description of the appliance
Control panel
Using your dishwasher
Before first use
Filling with dishwasher salt
Setting the water softener level
Filling with rinse aid
Setting the rinse aid level
Filling with dishwasher detergent
Concentrated detergent
Detergent tablets
Loading the upper basket
Adjusting the upper basket
Folding back the cup shelves
Loading the lower basket
Folding spikes of lower basket
The cutlery basket
Loading dishes and cutlery
Program table
Setting a wash program
Changing a wash program
Adding more dishes
At the end of a wash program
Delay start function
Saving energy using your dishwasher
Cleaning and maintenance
The filter system
Cleaning the filters
Cleaning the spray arms
Cleaning the control panel
Cleaning the door
Error code failure system
General troubleshooting
Installation
Aperture requirements
Installation stages
Preparing and connecting the furniture door
Adjusting the tension of the door spring
Connecting to the mains water supply
Connecting to the water outlet
Connecting to the power supply
Applying the condensation strip
Positioning the dishwasher
Levelling the appliance
Securing the dishwasher
Before first use
Baumatic consumables
Technical data
Contact details
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ENVIRONMENTAL NOTE
Note: Before discarding an old appliance, switch off and
disconnect it from the power supply. Cut off and render any plug
useless. Cut the cable off directly behind the appliance to prevent
misuse. This should be undertaken by a competent person. Disable
the door lock to make sure that children cannot get stuck inside
the appliance.
o The packaging materials that Baumatic uses are environmentally
friendly and can be recycled.
o Please discard all packaging material with due regard for the
environment.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Your safety is of the utmost inmportance to Baumatic.
Please make sure that you read this instruction booklet
before attempting to install or use the appliance. If you
are unsure of any of the information contained in this
booklet, please contact the Baumatic Advice Line.
General Safety
o Repairs to your appliance must only be carried out by a
Baumatic engineer or one of its authorised service agents. Any
attempt by an inexperienced person to repair the appliance,
could result in injury or damage to your dishwasher.
o If you notice that the mains cable in damaged. The appliance
must not be used. The same applies if you notice that the
worktop, control panel or base area is damaged. As this could
allow access to the internal components of the machine.
o The appliance should be turned off and isolated from the mains
supply, before either cleaning or maintenance work is attempted.
o The mains cable must not be used to pull the plug out of the
electrical socket.
o The machine should not be sprayed with water.
o The external surface of the appliance may become hot whilst
your dishwasher is in use.
o It is possible for small animals to chew either mains cables or
water hoses, which could cause an electric shock hazard.
Installation
o The installation instructions contained within this user manual
should be followed.
o It is obligatory for the completed installation to comply with all
relevant building regulations and local water authority
requirements.
o Before the first use of the appliance, you should follow the
steps listed in the “Before first use” section on page 11
and page 43 of this manual.
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o Care should be taken not to trap the power supply cable
underneath the appliance whilst installing it.
o No attempt should be made to alter or modify the specifications
of this appliance.
In daily use
o This appliance is only designed to wash normal domestic
washloads. If you use your dishwasher in any other way or it is
incorrectly used, then Baumatic accepts no liability for any
damage that might be caused and any guarantee will be void.
o It is recommended that the appliance is unplugged and the
water supply is turned off after the machine is used.
o The detergents, rinse aid and salt that you place in this appliance
should be suitable for automatic dishwashers. With regards to
dosage levels, the detergent manufacturer’s recommendations
should be followed.
o Sharp knives or ones with long blades are a potential safety
hazard when placed in an upright position in the cutlery basket.
We would recommend that these items are placed horizontally in
the upper basket.
o You should not wash any items that have come into contact
with corrosive, acidic or alkaline chemicals, paint, petrol, iron or
steel debris.
o You should not open the door whilst the appliance is set on a
wash program. Depending on which stage that the wash
program is at, hot water could escape the machine.
o You should not leave the door of the appliance open, unless
you are loading or unloading the dishwasher.
o You should not stand or sit on the door when it is open.
Child Safety
o Your dishwasher should only be used by adults. You should not
allow children in the area of the machine unsupervised. You
should not let them touch the controls or play with the appliance.
o It could be possible for a child or pet to gain access to the
dishwasher if the door is left open. Therefore please check the
inside of the appliance before setting it on a wash cycle.
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o Any packaging that is removed from the machine should be kept
away from children.
o All detergents should be kept out of children’s reach in a safe
place.
o Some water will remain inside the dishwasher when it has
completed a wash cycle. This water is not suitable for drinking
and may contain residues from the detergents that are used in
the appliance.
Declaration of conformity
This appliance complies with the following European Directives:
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73/23 dated 19/02/1973 Low Voltage Directive and subsequent
modifications.
89/336 dated 03/05/1989 Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive and subsequent modifications.
For future reference please record the following information which can
be found on the rating plate and the date of purchase which can be
found on your sales invoice. The rating plate of your dishwasher is
located on the right hand side of the drop down door.
Model Number
…………………………………….
Serial Number
…………………………………….
Date of Purchase
…………………………………….
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Specifications
Product dimensions
Height:
Width:
Depth:
815 – 865 mm
598 mm
550 mm
Aperture dimensions
Height:
Width:
Depth:
820 – 870 mm (MIN)
600 mm
580 mm (MIN)
Product specifications
o 14 Place settings
o 6 programs:
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o
o
o
Normal
Intensive
Economy
Rapid
Glass
1 hour
4 temperatures: 40°C, 50°C, 60°C, 65°C
Water consumption (Economy program): 12.5l/cycle
Noise level: 49 dB
Electronic aqua stop
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Delay start function
Residual drying
Concealed heating element
Self-cleaning stainless steel micro-filter
Anti-leak device
Anti-flood device
Height adjustable upper basket
Collapsible plate racks
Adjustable feet
Energy efficiency details
Energy efficiency class:
A+
Washing performance class: A
Drying performance class:
A
Power consumption
Off mode:
Left on mode:
0.45 W
0.55 W
Electrical details
Rated voltage:
230 Vac 50 Hz
Supply connection:
13 A (double pole switched fused outlet
with 3 mm contact gap)
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Description of the appliance
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2)
3)
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5)
6)
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Top spray arm
Cutlery basket
Upper basket
Inner pipe
Lower basket
Salt container
Detergent dispenser
Cup shelf
Lower spray arm
Filter assembly
Inlet pipe connector
Drain pipe
Adjuster
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Control panel
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2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
ON/OFF button
Delay start button
Power on indicator
Delay start indicators
Salt and rinse aid indicators
Program indicators
Program button
Using your dishwasher
Before first use
o Install the appliance as per the installation instructions contained
within this booklet.
o Fill the water softener with 1 litre of tap water and then fill with
specialist dishwasher salt. After this you should set the water
softener level.
o Fill the rinse aid dispenser and then set the rinse aid dosage.
Filling with dishwasher salt
IMPORTANT: You should only use salt that is specially
designed for use in a dishwasher. If any other type of
salt is used in the appliance (in particular table salt),
it will damage the water softener.
o Ideally you should fill the water softener with salt, just before
you are about to run a wash program. This will help to clear any
salt that may have overflowed from the water softener during
the salt filling process.
o Open the door of the dishwasher and then remove the lower
basket. The basket should be empty when you remove it.
o Turn the water softener cap anticlockwise and remove it.
o Pour 1 litre of water into the water softener.
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IMPORTANT: It is only necessary to do this when you fill
the container with salt for the first time.
o Pour salt into the water softener, using the funnel that is
supplied with the appliance. You should add approximately 1.5
kg of salt into the water softener.
o It is perfectly normal for a small amount of water to come out of
the water softener, whilst you are filling it with salt. This does
not mean that the water softener is filled with the correct
amount of salt.
o Refit and fully tighten the water softener cap.
The salt required warning light will go out
shortly after you have filled the water softener
with salt. When the salt indicator (5) lights on
the control panel, then you should follow the filling with
dishwasher salt procedure again.
o
o It is recommended that you run a RAPID program, without any
dishes loaded into the dishwasher, after filling with salt to
remove any spilt or excess salt.
o IMPORTANT: You do not need to pour 1 litre of water into
the container when you subsequently fill the water
softener with salt.
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Setting the water softener level
It is possible to regulate the amount of salt that the water softener will
release during a wash cycle. The water softener should be set to a
level that is appropriate for the hardness of your water (please refer to
the table below).
° dH
WATER HARDNESS
° fH
° Clarke
Mmol/L
0-5
0-9
0-6
0-0.94
6-11
10-20
7-14
1.0-2.0
12-17
21-30
15-21
2.1-3.0
18-22
31-40
22-28
3.1-4.0
23-34
41-60
29-42
4.1-6.0
35-55
61-98
43-69
6.1-9.8
Selector
H1
(RAPID light)
H2
(1 HOUR light)
H3
(1 HOUR and
RAPID lights)
H4
(GLASS light)
H5
(GLASS and
RAPID lights)
H6
(GLASS and 1
HOUR lights)
Salt
consumption
(gram/cycle)
0
Usage
(cycles/1
kg)
/
20
60
30
50
40
40
50
30
60
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To alter the amount of salt that is released by the water softener, you
should:o
Open the door and switch on the appliance using the
ON/OFF button (1).
Press and hold the program button (7) for about 5
seconds to enter the water softener setting mode. The
salt and rinse aid indicators may light in the setting
mode. You must choose a setting within 60 seconds of turning
the appliance on.
o
o Repeatedly press the program button (7) to select the
appropriate option according to the hardness of your water. The
relevant indicators will light to show your choice as shown in the
table above.
o When you have made your selection, press the ON/OFF button
(1) to exit the setting mode.
o IMPORTANT: If you are using 3 in 1 dishwasher tablets and live
in a medium or hard water area, then you should still fill the
water softener with salt. The water softener level should be set
accordingly.
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Filling with rinse aid
The rinse aid is released during the final rinse and it helps
to prevent water from forming droplets on your dishes.
These droplets will lead to spots and streaks being left on
items after the wash program has completed.
o Your dishwasher is designed to utilise liquid rinse aid.
o The rinse aid dispenser is located inside the drop down door,
next to the detergent dispenser.
o To access the rinse aid dispenser, you should turn the cap
anticlockwise and it will pop out of the hole. Then slowly pour in
liquid rinse aid, the rinse aid dispenser will hold approximately
110 ml of rinse aid.
o Be careful not to overfill the dispenser, as this could cause
oversudsing when a wash program is selected. Wipe away any
rinse aid excess or spillages with a damp cloth.
o Replace the cap and turn it clockwise until it locks into position.
o
You should refill the rinse aid dispenser when
the rinse aid indicator (5) lights on the control
panel.
o IMPORTANT: If you are using 3 in 1 dishwasher tablets then
you should still fill the rinse aid dispenser.
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Setting the rinse aid level
The amount of rinse aid that the dishwasher requires also depends on
the hardness of your water. You should experiment with the rinse aid
setting, until you find a level that gives the best results.
o On the first wash cycle, we would recommend that the rinse aid
level is set to number 4.
o If you get water spots and poor drying performance, then you
should turn the arrow anticlockwise and increase the setting to
the next number.
o You should continue to adjust the rinse aid level upwards until
you get no water spots.
o If you get cloudiness or streaking on your dishes, the rinse aid
level is set too high and it is causing foaming during the wash
cycle. Turn the arrow clockwise and lower the setting to the next
number.
Filling with dishwasher detergent
o The detergent dispenser must be refilled at the start of each
wash cycle.
o Your dishwasher uses less detergent and rinse aid than a
conventional dishwasher.
o In general, only one tablespoon of detergent is needed for a
normal wash load. More heavily soiled items may need more
detergent.
o Always add the detergent just before starting the wash program,
otherwise the detergent could get damp and not dissolve
properly.
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o Open the lid that closes over the detergent dispenser by pushing
the release button. The lid will spring open. Place the detergent
inside of the dispenser.
o The section marked A in the diagram is for the main wash cycle
detergent. Only one detergent tablet should be placed in the
dispenser at any one time. If you are using detergent powder or
liquid, you should follow the detergent manufacturer’s
recommendations.
o The section marked B in the diagram can have separate
detergent placed in it for any wash cycle that has a pre-wash
element to it, however this is optional. This must be a liquid or
powder detergent, not another detergent tablet.
o Shut the detergent dispenser lid and press it until it locks into
place.
o At the beginning of a wash cycle the clip will open and the
tablet/powder/liquid will enter the dishwasher.
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Concentrated detergent
o The use of the NORMAL program with concentrated detergents
reduces pollution and is good for your dishes.
o This wash program is specifically suited to the dirt-dissolving
properties of the enzymes of concentrated detergent. For this
reason, the NORMAL program, in which concentrated detergent
is used, can achieve the same results achieved in the INTENSIVE
program.
Detergent tablets
o Different brands of detergent tablets dissolve at different speeds.
For this reason, some detergent tablets cannot dissolve and
develop their full cleaning power during short programs.
o It is recommended that you use longer programs when using
detergent tablets to ensure the complete removal of detergent
residues.
Loading the upper basket
The upper basket is most suited to washing delicate and light
dishware, such as glasses, coffee and tea cups, saucers, plates, bowls
and shallow pans (that are not heavily soiled).
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cups
Saucers
Glasses
Large serving bowl
o You should position the dishes and cookware in such a way that
they are not moved by the spray of water during the wash cycle.
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o Use the diagram above as a guide to the most appropriate way
to load the upper basket.
IMPORTANT: Care should be taken when placing long stemmed
glassware, such as champagne glasses in the upper basket. If they are
not positioned correctly, then there is a risk that they may topple over
when the upper basket is pushed in or pulled out.
Adjusting the upper basket
Your dishwasher has an adjustable upper basket which you can alter to
the most suitable position for the items you are going to wash in the
upper and lower baskets.
o The height of the upper basket can be adjusted by placing the
wheels on a different height of the rails. Long items such as
cutlery, salad servers and knives should be placed on the shelf
so they do not obstruct the rotation of the spray arms.
o IMPORTANT: The upper basket must be empty when you are
removing it from the guide supports.
Folding back the cup shelves
For easier stacking of pots and pans the cup shelf spikes can be folded
down as shown in the diagram below.
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IMPORTANT: Care should be taken to make sure that the spray
arms can move freely when items have been loaded into the
baskets.
Loading the lower basket
The lower basket is most suited to washing larger and more heavily
soiled items, such as saucepans, saucepan lids and serving dishes. You
can also load bowls and a variety of plates into the lower basket.
o Saucepans and serving bowls must always be placed with their
bases upwards.
o Deep saucepans should be slanted, to allow water to run off.
5.
6.
Medium serving bowl
Small serving bowl
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7.
8.
9.
10.
Dessert dishes
Dinner plates
Soup plates
Oval platter
Folding spikes of lower basket
o The bottom rack has prongs that can be
folded downwards, to allow for easier
loading of larger saucepans and serving
bowls.
The cutlery basket
Cutlery should be placed inside of the cutlery basket, separately from
each other. You should take care to ensure that cutlery items do not
touch as this may result in a poor wash performance.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Soup spoons
Forks
Knives
Teaspoons
Dessert spoons
Serving spoons
Serving forks
Gravy ladles
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Loading dishes and cutlery
Household cloths, sponges or any other object that
may absorb water SHOULD NOT be washed in a
dishwasher.
o Remove leftovers and soften the remnants of burnt food in pans,
prior to loading dishes in the appliance.
o Once the dishwasher has been loaded, check that the spray arms
can move freely. If the spray arm comes into contact with any
item, then you should rearrange the wash load.
o Cups, glasses, pans etc should all be loaded with their bases
upwards, so that water does not collect inside of them.
o Cutlery and dishes should not cover each other; otherwise you
may get poor wash results.
o Do not allow glasses to touch inside the dishwasher, otherwise
damage may occur.
o Small objects can be placed inside of the cutlery basket.
The following items are NOT suitable for washing
inside a dishwasher:o Cutlery with a handle of mother-of-pearl, wood, horn or china.
o Plastic items that are not resistant to heat.
o Cutlery that consists of glued parts that are not resistant to heat.
o Cutlery items or crockery that are bonded.
o Copper or pewter items.
o Lead crystal glass.
o Wooden platters.
o Synthetic fibre items.
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The following items are not always suitable for
washing inside a dishwasher:o Stoneware should only be washed if the manufacturer of the
item has marked it as dishwasher safe.
o Plastic items (such as lunchboxes) should only be washed if the
manufacturer has marked it as dishwasher safe.
o Glazed crockery may fade with repeated washing inside of a
dishwasher.
o Items made of silverware or aluminium can discolour when
washed inside a dishwasher.
o Any food residue should be removed from silver
immediately, as this can also result in discolouration.
items
o Certain types of glass may become dull or cloudy after a large
number of washes.
Program table
Program
INTENSIVE
NORMAL
Cycle
Detergent
pre/main
Program
information
Description
of cycle
For the
heaviest
soiled loads,
such as
pots, pans,
casserole
dishes and
dishes that
have been
sitting with
dried food
on them for
a while.
For normally
soiled loads
such as
pots, plates,
glasses and
lightly soiled
pans. A
standard
daily cycle.
Pre-wash
(50°C)
Pre-wash
Wash
(65°C)
Rinse
Rinse
(55°C)
Drying
5/25g
Pre-wash
(45°C)
Wash
(50°C)
Rinse
(Rinse
(60°C)
Drying
5/25g
Program
times*
(mins)
165
Energy
(Kwh)
Water
(l)
1.4
20
180
1.25
16
Or
3 in 1
Or
3 in 1
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Rinse
aid
ECONOMY**
GLASS
1 HOUR
RAPID
For lightly
soiled loads,
such as
plates,
glasses,
bowls and
lightly soiled
pans.
For lightly
soiled loads
such as
glasses,
crystal and
fine china.
A daily wash
program in
only 1 hour.
For lightly
and
normally
soiled plates
and pans.
A shorter
wash for
lightly soiled
loads that do
not need
drying.
Pre-wash
Wash
(50°C)
Rinse (60°)
Drying
5/25g
Pre-wash
Wash
(40°C)
Rinse
Rinse
(60°C)
Drying
Pre-wash
(50°C)
Wash
(60°C)
Rinse
(60°C)
Drying
5/25g
Wash
(40°C)
Rinse
(rinse
(45°C)
175
1.04
12.5
120
0.91
16
5/25g
60
1.15
11.5
20g
38
0.55
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Or
3 in 1
Or
3 in 1
* The wash program times that are quoted are intended as a guide
only. Please note that factors external to the machine, e.g. the
temperature of your water supply, your water pressure etc. can affect
the time it takes for the wash program to complete.
** Economy is the testing program for EN 50242.
Setting a wash program
Make sure that the before first use section has been
followed.
o Check whether the appliance needs rinse aid or salt adding to it.
o Pull out the top and bottom baskets, then load them in
accordance with the loading instructions.
o Push the top and bottom baskets fully back into position.
o Add detergent.
o Turn the appliance on by using the ON/OFF button (1).
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o IMPORTANT: Wait for 5 seconds before pressing the
program selection button, otherwise the appliance may
not function correctly.
o Press the program button (7) to choose an
appropriate wash program for the load that you
are washing. The relevant program indicator (6)
will light to show which program you have
selected.
o Close the door firmly, so that you hear the door lock click shut.
o After a few seconds, you will hear the appliance begin to fill with
water and the wash program will have started.
Changing the wash program
IMPORTANT: This should only be attempted when the cycle has
only just started, otherwise the detergent may have already
been released or you could have hot water escaping.
o Slightly open the door of the appliance and press the program
button for about 3 seconds.
o The machine will cancel the program in progress and you can
then select the required program as usual.
Adding more dishes
IMPORTANT: This should only be attempted when the cycle has
only just started, otherwise the detergent may have already
been released or you could have hot water escaping.
o Open the door a little way to pause the current program. Wait
until the spray arms have stopped rotating before opening the
door fully.
o The program light will stop blinking and a buzzer will sound
every minute until the door is closed again.
o Add the forgotten dishes to the upper or lower basket.
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o Close the dishwasher door. After about 10 seconds the wash
program will continue automatically.
At the end of a wash program
o The time display will flash for 8 seconds and a buzzer will sound.
o Open the door of the appliance.
o Use the ON/OFF button (1) to switch the dishwasher off.
o Wait for about 15 minutes before unloading the dishwasher to
avoid handling the dishes and utensils while they are still hot and
more susceptible to breakage. They will also dry better.
o It is recommended that you unload the lower basket first to
avoid water dripping from the upper basket onto the dishes in
the lower one.
Delay start function
o Check whether the appliance needs rinse aid or salt adding to it.
o Pull out the top and bottom baskets, then load them in
accordance with the loading instructions.
o Push the top and bottom baskets fully back into position.
o Add detergent
o Turn the appliance on by using the ON/OFF button
(1).
o IMPORTANT: Wait for 5 seconds before pressing the
program selection button, otherwise the appliance may
not function correctly.
o Press the program button (7) to choose an
appropriate wash program for the load that you
are washing. The relevant program indicator (6)
will light to show which program you have
selected.
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o Use the delay start button (2) to choose a delay
start time of 3, 6, 9 or 12 hours in the future. The
relevant delay start indicator (4) will light on the
display.
o Close the door firmly, so that you hear the door lock click shut.
o When the programmed delay start time has elapsed, the
dishwasher will automatically begin the chosen wash program.
Saving energy using your dishwasher
Loading dishes
o Refer to the relevant section of this manual for instructions on
placing items in the dishwasher for the most efficient cleaning.
o Only run the dishwasher when it is full for optimum energy and
water usage. Or use the half load option for smaller loads.
o Check the program table to select the most efficient program
according to the size and type of the load.
o The ECONOMY program washes your items at a lower
temperature and uses less water during the cycle. That is better
for the environment and helps to cut energy costs as well as
your water bill if you’re on a water meter.
Usage
o Clean the filters regularly both to keep the dishwasher clean and
to maintain its efficiency.
o Always remember to switch the appliance off standby when you
have finished using it. £1 billion worth of energy is wasted in the
UK every year by people leaving appliances on standby.
o You do not need to rinse dishes off before loading. If you prefer
to pre-rinse, use cold water on your dishes before loading them
but do not waste water by letting it run continuously.
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o Use the shorter and lower temperature cycles for everything but
the dirtiest dishes. Shorter cycles use less energy and work just
as well. Modern detergents also work just as well at lower
temperatures.
Cleaning and maintenance
IMPORTANT: The appliance should be disconnected
from your mains supply before commencing any
cleaning process.
The filter system
Your appliance is fitted with three levels of filtering; these are located
in the base of the dishwasher for ease of access.
1)
Main filter
2)
Coarse filter
3)
Fine filter
Main filter-
Food and soil particles are trapped by this filter and
pulverised by a special jet on the lower spray arm.
This debris is then washed down the drain.
Coarse filter-
Larger items such as pieces of bone or glass, which
could clog the drain, are trapped in this filter.
Fine filter-
This filter holds soil and food residue in the sump
area and prevents it from being redeposited on the
dishes during a wash cycle.
IMPORTANT: Whilst the filtering system is efficient, your
dishwasher is not a waste disposal unit. All items being
washed inside of the dishwasher should have food scraps
removed from them before being loaded into the appliance.
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Cleaning the filters
For best performance and results, the entire filter assembly should be
thoroughly cleaned regularly (ideally after each wash cycle).
1. Turn the coarse filter anti-clockwise and then lift it upwards.
Rinse out this section under a tap to remove any food debris that
remains in it.
2. Pull out the main filter and rinse this under the tap to remove
any food debris that is trapped in it.
3. Pull out the fine filter and rinse this under the tap to remove any
food debris that is trapped in it.
4. Place the fine filter back in its original position.
5. Place the main and coarse filter back into their original positions
in the base of the dishwasher. You must turn the coarse filter
clockwise to lock it back into position.
IMPORTANT: If a glass gets smashed inside of the appliance,
you must check there is no glass in the filter before the
machine is used again as this can cause a drainage failure.
IMPORTANT: THE DISHWASHER SHOULD NEVER BE
SET ON A WASH CYCLE WITHOUT THE FILTERS BEING
INSIDE OF THE APPLIANCE.
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Cleaning the spray arms
The spray arms should be cleaned regularly, to prevent hard water
deposits from clogging the spray arm jets and bearings.
o To remove the upper spray arm, hold the nut and rotate the arm
clockwise to remove it.
o To remove the lower spray arm, gently pull it upwards.
o Wash the spray arms in warm, soapy water and use a soft brush
to clean the jets.
o Rinse the spray arms thoroughly and then reassemble the spray
arms back in their original positions.
Cleaning the control panel
IMPORTANT: Do not use any abrasive cleaner or household polish on
either the control panel or operating parts.
o Wipe over the control panel using a brand new damp cloth with
warm water.
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Cleaning the door
o To clean the edge around the outside of the door, you should use
a soft, damp cloth only.
o To prevent water from penetrating the door lock or electrical
components, DO NOT use a spray cleaner of any kind.
o DO NOT use any abrasive cleaner or scouring pads on the inner
or outer surfaces, as they may cause damage to them.
Error code failure system
If your appliance senses that it is not operating correctly, then a
program indicator light may flash.
The following error codes can possibly be remedied by the customer
and the steps outlined below should be followed.
BEFORE
COMPLETING
ANY
MAINTAINEANCE
ON
THE
APPLIANCE, IT SHOULD BE DISCONNECTED FROM YOUR MAINS
POWER SUPPLY.
RAPID program indicator flashes.
o Longer than expected fill time.
 Check the water pressure of your mains water supply.
 Clean the mesh filter that sits in the inlet hose.
 Ensure that the inlet hose is not kinked or crushed.
 Make sure the water tap that the machine is connected to is turned
on fully.
GLASS program indicator flashes.
o The machine has sensed water in the base.
 Check that the outlet hose is not kinked or crushed.
 Check that there are no blockages in the drain hose or the drainage
system that the appliance is connected to.
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 The drain pipe may be placed in too high a position or incorrectly.
Check the installation instructions and ensure that the installation is
correct.
o Once you have taken action to rectify the problem that has
caused the fault code to appear, plug the machine back into your
mains power supply.
o Turn the machine on using the ON/OFF button and wait for 5
seconds, before attempting to set a wash program, using the
program selection button.
IMPORTANT: If any other program indicators flash, you
should not attempt to clear it yourself and contact the
Baumatic Customer Care Department.
IF THE FAULT CODE REAPPEARS AFTER FOLLOWING
THE ABOVE ADVICE AND CLEARING THE FAULT
CODE. YOU SHOULD TURN OFF THE APPLIANCE;
DISCONNECT THE APPLIANCE FROM YOUR MAINS
SUPPLY. THEN ARRANGE FOR AN ENGINEER TO
ATTEND THE APPLIANCE. YOU SHOULD CONTACT
BAUMATIC
CUSTOMER
CARE
ON
TELEPHONE
NUMBER (0118) 933 6911.
Please note that if an engineer is asked to attend whilst the product is
under guarantee and finds that the problem is not the result of an
appliance fault, then you may be liable for the cost of the call out
charge.
The appliance must be accessible for the engineer to perform
any necessary repair. If your appliance is installed in such a
way that an engineer is concerned that damage will be caused
to the appliance or your kitchen, then he will not complete a
repair.
This includes situations where appliances have been tiled in,
sealed in with sealant, have wooden obstructions placed in
front of the appliance, like plinths. Or any installation other
than the one specified by Baumatic Ltd. has been completed.
Please refer to the conditions of guarantee that appear on the
warranty
card
that
you
receive
with
the
appliance.
IMPORTANT: Baumatic Ltd. operates a policy of continuous
improvement and reserves the right to adjust and modify its
products without prior notification.
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General troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Dishwasher
doesn’t start.
Water does
not drain from
dishwasher.
Suds in the
dishwasher.
POSSIBLE
CAUSES
Fuse blown or the circuit
breaker acted.
WHAT TO DO
Replace the fuse or reset the
circuit breaker. Remove any
other appliances sharing the
same circuit with the
dishwasher.
Power supply is not
turned on.
Make sure the dishwasher is
turned on and the door is closed
securely.
Make sure the power cord is
properly plugged into the wall
socket.
Water pressure is low.
Check that the water supply is
connected properly and the
water is turned on.
Door of the dishwasher is
not properly closed.
Make sure to close the door
properly until it latches.
Kink in the drain hose.
Check the drain hose.
Filter clogged.
Check the coarse filter.
Kitchen sink is clogged.
Check the kitchen sink to make
sure it is draining well. If the
problem is the kitchen sink not
draining, you may need a
plumber rather than an engineer
for the dishwasher.
Use only specific dishwasher
detergent to avoid suds. If this
occurs, open the dishwasher
door and let the suds evaporate.
Add 1 gallon of cold water to the
interior and close the door.
Select the RAPID program with
no dishes loaded and allow the
dishwasher to drain the water.
Repeat if necessary.
Improper detergent was
used.
Spilled rinse-aid.
Stained
interior.
A detergent with
colourant was used.
White film on
interior
surface.
Hard water minerals.
Always wipe up rinse-aid spills
immediately.
Make sure that the detergent
used is one without colourant.
To clean the interior, use a
damp sponge with an
appropriate dishwasher descaler
and wear rubber gloves.
Never use any other cleaner
than those specifically for
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There are rust
stains on the
cutlery.
The affected items are
not corrosion resistant.
A RAPID program was
not run after dishwasher
salt was filled so traces of
salt have gotten into the
wash cycle.
The lid of the water
softener is loose.
dishwashers for the risk of
foaming or suds.
Avoid washing these items in
the dishwasher and look for
dishwasher-safe replacements in
the future.
Always run a RAPID program
without any dishes in the
dishwasher after adding salt to
remove any excess traces.
Knocking
noise in the
wash cabinet.
A spray arm is knocking
against an item in the
basket.
Check the lid seal to ensure it is
secure.
Interrupt the program and
rearrange the items which are
obstructing the spray arm.
Rattling noise
in the wash
cabinet.
Items of crockery are
loose in the wash cabinet.
Interrupt the program and
rearrange the items of crockery.
Knocking
noise in the
water pipes.
This may be caused by
on-site installation or the
cross-section of the
piping.
This has no effect on the
dishwasher performance but if in
doubt, contact a suitably
qualified plumber.
The dishes are
not clean.
The dishes were not
loaded correctly.
See the section on loading the
dishwasher baskets for
instructions.
The program was not
powerful enough.
Select a more intensive
program. Please refer to the
program table.
Not enough detergent
was used.
Use more detergent next time or
change the brand.
Items are blocking the
path of the spray arms.
Rearrange the items so that the
spray arms can rotate freely.
The filter assembly in the
base of the dishwasher
cabinet is not clean or not
correctly fitted. This may
cause the spray arm jets
to get blocked.
Combination of soft water
and too much detergent.
Clean and/or fit the filter
assembly correctly.
Clean the spray arms jets. Refer
to the relevant sections of this
manual.
Aluminium utensils have
rubbed against dishes.
Use a mild abrasive cleaner to
eliminate those marks.
Cloudiness on
glassware.
Black or grey
marks on
dishes.
Use less detergent if you have
soft water and select the RAPID
program to wash glassware and
get them clean.
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Detergent left
in the
dispenser.
Dishes are blocking the
detergent dispenser.
Re-load the dishes properly.
The dishes are
not drying.
Improper loading of
crockery.
Load the dishwasher as
suggested in the relevant
instructions.
Too little rinse-aid was
used.
Increase the amount of rinse-aid
or refill the rinse-aid dispenser.
Dishes were removed too
soon.
Do not empty your dishwasher
immediately after washing.
Open the door slightly so that
the steam can escape.
Begin unloading the dishwasher
only once the dishes are barely
warm to the touch. Empty the
lower basket first to prevent
water dropping from the dishes
in the upper basket to the ones
below.
The wrong program was
selected.
The RAPID program does not
feature a drying section and
shorter programs have lower
wash temperatures. Choose a
program with a longer washing
time.
Use of cutlery with a lowquality coating.
Water drainage is more difficult
with these items. Cutlery or
dishes of this type are not
suitable for washing in the
dishwasher.
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Installation
IMPORTANT:
THIS
INSTALLATION
MUST
BE
COMPLETED BY A SUITABLY QUALIFIED PERSON.
BAUMATIC ONLY SANCTION THE INSTALLATION
GIVEN IN THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL. YOU
SHOULD DISPOSE OF ALL PACKAGING IN AN
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY MANNER.
Aperture requirements
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o The aperture that your dishwasher needs to be installed into
should resemble the one shown in the drawings on the previous
page.
o There should be less than a 5 mm gap between the top of the
dishwasher and the underneath of the worktop. The height of the
aperture required will vary between 820 – 870 mm depending on
the height of the adjustable feet.
Installation stages
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Preparing and connecting the furniture door.
Adjusting the tension of the door spring.
Connecting to the mains water supply
Connecting to the water outlet
Connecting to the power supply
Applying the condensation strip
Positioning the dishwasher
Levelling the dishwasher
Securing the dishwasher
Preparing and connecting the furniture door
o IMPORTANT: The furniture door is not supplied with the
appliance. You should purchase one to match with the rest of
your kitchen cabinets.
o The maximum weight of the furniture door should be 5.5
kilograms. The maximum thickness of the furniture door
should be 15 mm.
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o Use the installation template supplied with the appliance to mark
up and then drill out the necessary holes in the furniture door.
o Attach the upper and lower hooks onto the furniture door.
o Lift the furniture door towards the dishwasher door, ensuring
that the upper and lower hooks locate into the slots on the
outside of the dishwasher door.
o Push the furniture door downwards so it locks into place on the
dishwasher door.
o Open the dishwasher door and remove the four short screws.
o Use the four long screws to secure the panel to the door.
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Adjusting the tension of the door spring
o The door of the dishwasher is attached to springs. These are set
at the factory to ensure that they are at the proper tension, so
that the door can open and close smoothly.
o After the furniture door has been fitted, you will need to adjust
the tension of the door spring.
o Using a suitable screwdriver, rotate the adjusting screw shown in
the image above to either tighten or slacken the steel cable.
o The doors’ spring tension is correct when:a) The door remains horizontal when in the fully opened
position.
b) You are able to shut the door easily, by raising the door using
your fingers.
o WARNING: If you do not adjust the tension of the door spring,
then it could cause damage to the appliance.
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Connecting to the mains water supply
IMPORTANT: Do not connect the appliance to your mains
water supply using an old or an existing water inlet hose.
The inlet hose supplied with the dishwasher is the ONLY one
that should be used.
DO NOT CONNECT THE WATER INLET HOSE TO A HOT
WATER TAP.
o The inlet hose will be located
inside
the
cabinet
of
the
dishwasher.
o Connect the water inlet hose to a
threaded water tap that has a
3/4” thread and to the inlet hose
connector on the appliance.
o Fully tighten the inlet hose to the
water tap and the dishwasher.
IMPORTANT: The inlet hose is fitted with an aqua stop.
This MUST be fitted in the upright position, as shown in
the above diagram.
Connecting to the water outlet
o Secure the drain hose, so that it cannot move whilst the
dishwasher is in use.
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o Place the end of the drain hose on your drain pipe. Push it a
short way down into your drain pipe. The drain pipe must have a
minimum diameter of 40 mm.
o The top of the drain hose must be no higher than 1000 mm.
o IMPORTANT: Do not insert the drain hose too deeply into the
pipe, as this may cause siphoning.
o NEVER EXTEND THE DRAINAGE HOSE FROM ITS ORIGINAL
LENGTH.
Connecting to the power supply
o IMPORTANT: The electrical socket must still be accessible
once the appliance is installed.
o Consult the rating plate, located on the right hand side of the
drop down door BEFORE making the electrical connections.
Ensure that the voltage reaching the plug is the same as that on
the rating plate.
o DO NOT REMOVE THE RATING
INFORMATION ON IT IS IMPORTANT.
PLATE
AS
THE
o The moulded plug that is supplied with the appliance must be
placed into an earthed and insulated socket.
o Broken or damaged power leads must only be replaced by a
suitably qualified person. A power lead of a similar type must be
used in replacement.
o Power lead type – H 0 V V – F 3G 1,5.
o IMPORTANT: We do not recommend that this appliance is
connected to an extension lead.
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Applying the condensation strip
o The condensation strip must be fitted to the underside of the
worktop to protect it against the ingress of moisture. The strip
will deflect steam that rises from your appliance, away from the
underneath of the worktop.
o The condensation strip will be located inside of your dishwasher.
o Ensure that the underneath of the worktop is clean before
sticking the strip to it.
o Separate the backing paper away from the strip.
o Stick the condensation strip to the underneath of the worktop.
o IMPORTANT: Failure to attach the condensation strip could
result in damage to your worktop.
Positioning the dishwasher
o Carefully slide the dishwasher back into position, underneath the
worktop.
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Levelling the appliance
o IMPORTANT: Your dishwasher must be level for it to operate
properly.
o Make sure that the dishwasher is supported whilst it is
being levelled, otherwise it may tip over.
o Rotate the adjustable feet to level the appliance accordingly.
o Use a spirit level to check that the appliance is level.
o Check that the appliance is level from side to side.
o Check that the appliance is level from front to back.
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Securing the dishwasher
The dishwasher must be secured to the worktop, this can be done in
one of two ways:o Standard worktop- Secure the dishwasher to the
underside of the worktop by using two wood screws (A).
o You should screw through the holes in the brackets at the
top of the dishwasher cabinet.
o These screws should be fully tightened.
o Marble/granite worktop- The material of the worktop
will mean that it is impossible to put a screw through the
underneath of the worktop.
o On either side of the front edge of the dishwasher cabinet,
there is a rubber stopper. You should remove the rubber
stoppers, to reveal a pre-drilled hole on either side of the
dishwasher.
o Secure the dishwasher to the cupboard either side of it, by
screwing a wood screw through the pre-drilled holes into
the cupboards. These screws should be fully tightened (B).
o The rubber stoppers should then be refitted into their
original position.
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Before first use
You should check the following before using the appliance for the first
time:That
That
That
That
That
That
That
salt.
o That
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
the dishwasher is level and fixed in position.
the water tap is fully open.
there are no leaks at either end of the drain or inlet hoses.
the inlet and outlet hose are fully tightened.
the inlet and outlet hoses are not kinked.
the power is switched on.
the water softener has been filled with 1 litre of water and
the rinse aid dispenser has been filled.
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Baumatic consumables
o BC001 Degreaser for Dishwashers (200 g)
o BC002 Descaler for Washing Machines and Dishwashers (200 g)
o BC003 Ceramic Hob Cleaner (250 ml)
o BC004 Oven Cleaner (250 ml)
o BC005 Stainless Steel Cleaner and Protector (250 ml)
o BC007 E-Cloth – General Purpose Cloth
o BC008 Microwave Cover
To order a Baumatic consumable product please call 0123 5437 244
and quote the product code. You can also order online from
eshop.baumatic.co.uk
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Technical Data
Manufacturer
Model Number
Standard Place Settings
Energy Efficiency Class (1)
Annual Energy Consumption (2)
Energy Consumption of the Standard
Cleaning Cycle
Power Consumption of Off Mode
Power Consumption of Left-On Mode
Annual Water Consumption (3)
Drying Efficiency Class (4)
Standard Cleaning Cycle (5)
Program Duration of the Standard
Cleaning Cycle
Noise Level
Installation Type
BAUMATIC LTD
BDWI640
14
A+
299 kWh
1.04 kWh
0.45 W
0.55 W
3500 litres
A
Economy 50°C
175 mins
49 dB
Built-in
(1) On a scale from A+++ (highest efficiency) to D (lowest efficiency).
(2) Annual energy consumption based on 280 standard cleaning cycles using
cold water fill and the consumption of the low power modes. The actual energy
consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
(3) Annual water consumption based on 280 standard cleaning cycles. The
actual water consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
(4) On a scale from A (highest efficiency) to G (lowest efficiency).
(5) This program is suitable for cleaning normally soiled tableware and is the
most efficient program in terms of combined energy and water consumption.
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United Kingdom
Baumatic Ltd.,
Baumatic Buildings,
6 Bennet Road,
Reading, Berkshire
RG2 0QX
United Kingdom
Sales Telephone
(0118) 933 6900
Sales Fax
(0118) 931 0035
Customer Care Telephone
(0118) 933 6911
Customer Care Fax
(0118) 986 9124
Spares Telephone
(01235) 437244
Advice Line Telephone
(0118) 933 6933
E-mail:
sales@baumatic.co.uk
customercare@baumatic.co.uk
spares@baumatic.co.uk
technical@baumatic.co.uk
Website:
www.baumatic.co.uk
Facebook:
www.facebook.com/baumatic.uk
Republic of Ireland
Service Telephone
1-890 812 724
Spares Telephone
091 756 771
Czech Republic
Baumatic CR spol s.r.o.
Lípovà 665
460 01 Liberec 4
Czech Republic
+420 483 577 200
www.baumatic.cz
Slovakia
Baumatic Slovakia, s.r.o.
Panenská 34
811 03 Bratislava - Staré Mesto
Slovakia
+421 255 640 618
www.baumatic.sk
Germany
Baumatic Gmbh
Bachstr.10-12
D-32257 Bünde
Deutschland
+49 (0) 5223 99408 0
www.baumatic.de
Italy
Baumatic Italia S.R.L.
Via Galvani N.3
35011 Campodarsego (PD)
+3904 9920 2297
www.baumatic.it
Holland
Baumatic Benelux B.V.
Dukdalfweg 15d
1332 BH ALMERE
Nederland
+31(0)36 549 1553
www.baumatic.nl
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Dispenser
Door lock
Control panel
RHS of the appliance
Bottom
Bottom
Screw for Main PCB
Main PCB
Pressure switch
Heating element (3 screws)
Sensor
Motor
adjust screw of door spring
Heating element