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Westinghouse WSF6608 User manual
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Dishwasher
WSU6603
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CONTENTS
Safety information
Product description
Control panel
Use of the appliance
Use of detergent and rinse aid
Loading cutlery and dishes
Setting and starting a washing program
Washing programs
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Care and cleaning
What to do if…
Technical data
Installation
Water connection
Electrical connection
Environment concerns
Warranty
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Subject to change without notice
SAFETY INFORMATION
For your safety and correct operation
of the appliance, read this manual
carefully before installation and use. Always keep these instructions with the
appliance even if you move or sell it.
Users must fully know the operation
and safety features of the appliance.
Correct use
• Only use the appliance to clean household utensils that are suitable for dishwashers.
• Do not put solvents in the appliance. Risk
of explosion.
• Put knives and all items with sharp points
in the cutlery basket with their points
down. If not, put them in a horizontal position in the upper basket.
• Use only products specified for dishwashers (e.g. detergent, rinse aid).
• If you open the door while the appliance
is in operation, hot steam can escape.
Risk of skin burns.
• Do not remove dishes from the appliance
before the end of the washing program.
• When the washing program is completed, disconnect the mains plug from the
mains socket and close the water tap.
• Only an authorised service engineer can
repair this appliance. Use only original
spare parts.
• Do not do repairs yourself to prevent injury and damage to the appliance. Always contact the Customer Care Centre.
General safety
• Some dishwasher detergents are strongly
alkaline. They can be extremely dangerous if swallowed. Avoid contact with skin
and eyes. Keep the children away from
the appliance when the door is open.
Check that the detergent dispenser is
empty after completion of the washing
program.
• Obey the safety instructions from the
manufacturer of the dishwasher detergent to prevent burns to eyes, mouth and
throat.
• Only put detergent in the dispenser before you start a washing program.
• Do not drink the water from the appliance. Detergent residues can stay in your
appliance.
• Always close the door when you do not
use the appliance to prevent injury and
not to stumble over the open door.
• Do not sit or stand on the open door.
Child 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. Young children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
• Keep all the packaging away from children. There is a risk of suffocation.
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• Keep all detergents in a safe area. Do not
let children touch the detergents.
• Keep children and pets away from the
appliance when the door is open.
Installation
• Make sure that the appliance is not damaged because of transport. Do not connect a damaged appliance. If necessary,
contact the supplier.
• Remove all packaging before first use.
• A qualified and competent person must
do the electrical installation.
• A qualified and competent person must
do the plumbing installation.
• Do not change the specifications or modify this product. Risk of injury and damage to the appliance.
• Do not use the appliance:
– If the mains cable or the water hoses
are damaged.
– If the control panel, worktop or plinth
area are damaged so that you can get
access to the inner side of the appliance.
Contact your local Customer Care Centre.
• Do not drill into the sides of the appliance
otherwise damage to hydraulic and electrical components may occur.
Warning! Follow carefully the
instructions for electrical and water
connections.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
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1 Upper basket
2 Air vent
3 Salt container (the container is only
functional for dishwashers with a water
softener)
4 Detergent dispenser
5 Rinse aid dispenser
6 Rating plate
7 Filters
8 Lower spray arm
9 Upper spray arm
Internal light
This appliance has an internal light that
comes on when you open the door and
goes off when the door is closed.
Warning! Visible led radiation, do not
stare into the beam.
Internal light equipped with LED lamp
CLASS 2 in accordance with IEC 60825-1:
1993 + A1:1997+ A2:2001.
Emission wave length: 450 nm
Maximum emitted power: 548 μW
If it is necessary to replace the light,
contact your local Customer Care Centre.
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CONTROL PANEL
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2
8
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2
3
4
5
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7
8
4
3
7
6
5
On/off button
Program indicators
Display
Indicators
START indicator
START button
DELAY button
PROGRAM button
Indicators
Button LOCK indicator. It comes on when the 'Button LOCK' function is activated.
Rinse Aid indicator. It comes on when it is necessary to fill the rinse aid dispenser.
1)
1) When the rinse aid dispenser is empty, the related indicator does not come on while a washing program operates.
On/off button
Press this button to switch on or off the appliance.
After 10 minutes from the end of the washing program, the AUTO OFF function automatically switches off the appliance. This
helps to decrease energy consumption.
The display
The display shows:
• The activation and deactivation of the
rinse aid dispenser (only with the multitab
function on)
• The time of the washing program
• The end of a washing program (the display shows a zero)
• The time of the delay start
• The alarm codes.
START button
Press this button to:
• Start the washing program.
• Start the countdown of the delay start.
• Activate and deactivate the 'Button
LOCK' function.
Button LOCK function
The 'Button LOCK' function locks all buttons on the control panel.
To activate the function, press the START
button for approximately 5 seconds. The
'Button LOCK' indicator comes on.
To deactivate the function, press the
START button for approximately 5 seconds.
The 'Button LOCK' indicator goes off.
At the end of the washing program the
'Button LOCK' function is deactivated by
opening and closing the door or switching
off the appliance.
DELAY button
Press this button to delay the start of the
washing program from 1 to 24 hours. Refer
to 'Setting and starting a washing program'.
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PROGRAM button
Press this button repeatedly to set a washing program. Each time you press this button, a symbol that is related to a washing
program comes on. Refer to 'Washing programs' chart.
Setting mode
The appliance must be in setting mode
for these operations:
• To set and start a washing program.
• To set and start a delay start.
Press the on/off button. The appliance
is not in setting mode when:
• Only one program indicator comes on.
• The display shows the time of a washing
program or a delay start.
– To go back to the setting mode, it is
necessary to cancel the program or
the delay start. Refer to 'Setting and
starting a washing program'.
Press the on/off button. The appliance
is in setting mode when:
• All the program indicators come on.
USE OF THE APPLIANCE
Refer to the specific instructions for
each step of the procedure.
1. Fill the rinse aid dispenser with rinse aid.
2. Load cutlery and dishes into the appliance.
3. Set the correct washing program for the
type of load and soil.
4. Fill the detergent dispenser with the correct quantity of detergent.
5. Start the washing program.
USE OF DETERGENT AND RINSE AID
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MA X
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Filling with detergent
1. Press the release button 2 to open the
lid 7 of the detergent dispenser.
2. Put the detergent in the dispenser 1 .
3. If the washing program has a prewash
phase, put a small quantity of detergent
on the inner part of the appliance door.
4. If you use the detergent tablets, put the
tablet in the detergent dispenser 1 .
5. Close the detergent dispenser. Press
the lid until it locks into position.
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5
Use of detergent
Caution! Only use detergents (powder,
liquid or tablet) that are suitable for
dishwashers.
Follow the recommendations on the
detergent packaging for the use and
storage of the detergent.
To help the environment, do not use
more than the correct quantity of detergent.
Different brands of detergent dissolve
in different times. Some detergent tablets do not have the best cleaning results during short washing programs.
Use long washing programs when you
use detergent tablets to fully remove
the detergent.
Use of rinse aid
Caution! Only use rinse aid specified
for dishwashers.
Do not fill the rinse aid dispenser with
other products (e.g. dishwasher cleaning agent, liquid detergent). This can
cause damage to the appliance.
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Rinse aid makes it possible to dry the
dishes without streaks and stains.
Rinse aid is automatically added during the
last rinsing phase.
Follow these steps to fill the rinse aid dispenser:
Filling with rinse aid
1. Press the release button 6 to open the
lid 5 of the rinse aid dispenser.
2. Fill the rinse aid dispenser 3 with rinse
aid. The mark 'max' shows the maximum level.
3. Remove the spilled rinse aid with an absorbent cloth to prevent too much foam
during the washing program.
4. Close the rinse aid dispenser. Press the
lid until it locks into position.
Adjusting the rinse aid dosage
Factory set: position 3.
You can set the rinse aid dosage between
position 1 (lowest dosage) and position 4
(highest dosage).
Turn the rinse aid selector 4 to increase or
reduce the dosage.
Wash hands to remove any residue of
rinse aid from skin.
Use of combi detergent tablets
These products are detergents with combined cleaning and rinsing functions. They
can contain also other cleaning agents.
Refer to the instructions from the manufacturer for the use of these products.
When you use tablets that contain rinse
aid:
• Set the lowest position for the rinse aid
dosage.
• Do not put rinse aid in the rinse aid dispenser. In this condition rinse aid indicator light is always on when you switch on
the appliance.
.
Follow these steps if the drying results
are not satisfactory or you want to use
normal detergents again
1. Fill the rinse aid dispenser with rinse aid.
2. Adjust the rinse aid dosage.
LOADING CUTLERY AND DISHES
Helpful hints and tips
Caution! Only use the appliance for
household utensils that are suitable for
dishwashers.
Do not use the appliance to clean objects
that can absorb water (sponges, household
cloths, etc.).
• Before you load cutlery and dishes:
– Remove all remains of food and debris.
– Soften burnt remains of food.
• While you load cutlery and dishes:
– Load hollow items (e.g. cups, glasses
and pans) with the opening down.
– Make sure that water does not collect
in the container or in a deep base.
– Make sure that cutlery and dishes do
not lie inside one another.
– Make sure that cutlery and dishes do
not cover other cutlery and dishes.
– Make sure that glasses do not touch
other glasses.
– Put small objects in the cutlery basket.
• Plastic items and pans with non-stick
coatings can retain water droplets. Plastic items do not dry as well as porcelain
and steel items.
• Put light items in the upper basket. Make
sure that the items do not move.
Caution! Make sure that the spray
arms can move freely before you start
a washing program.
Warning! Always close the door after
you load or unload the appliance. An
open door can be dangerous.
Loading the lower basket
Put saucepans, lids, dishes, salad bowls
and cutlery in the lower basket.
The rows of prongs in the lower basket can
be adjusted flat to load large dishes, pots,
pans and bowls.
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Loading the cutlery basket
Warning! Do not put long-bladed
knives in a vertical position. Arrange
long and sharp cutlery horizontally in
the upper basket. Be careful with sharp
items.
Forks and spoons should be placed in the
removable cutlery basket with the handles
facing downwards and the knives with their
handles facing upwards
XXL
9 x 34 cm
XXL
Mix spoons with other cutlery to prevent
them from nesting together.
For best results we recommend you use
the cutlery grids. If the size and dimensions
of the cutlery do not allow the use of the
grids, they can be easily hidden or removed.
9x
34 cm
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Loading the upper basket
The upper basket is for plates, saucers, salad bowls, cups and glasses. Arrange the
items to let water touch all surfaces. Put
glasses with long stems in the cup racks
with the stems up. For longer items, fold
the cup racks up.
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cm
cm
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Adjusting the height of the upper
basket
If you put large plates in the lower basket,
first move the upper basket to the upper
position.
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28
cm
cm
25
30
cm
28
Follow these steps to move the upper
basket to the upper position:
1. Pull the basket out until it stops.
2. Carefully lift the two sides until the
mechanism is engaged and the basket
is stable.
cm
cm
Follow these steps to move the upper
basket to the lower position:
1. Pull the basket out until it stops.
2. Carefully lift the two sides upwards, the
mechanism disengages.
3. Slowly guide the basket back down.
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cm
22
34
cm
cm
Caution! Do not lift or lower the basket
on one side only.
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SETTING AND STARTING A WASHING PROGRAM
Starting the washing program without
delay start
1. Close the appliance door.
2. Switch on the appliance. Make sure that
the appliance is in setting mode.
3. Set a washing program. Refer to 'Washing programs'.
• The related program indicator comes
on.
• All other program indicators go off.
• The time of the program flashes in the
display.
• The START indicator flashes.
4. Press the START button. The washing
program starts.
• The time of the program is no longer
flashing in the display.
• The START indicator is no longer
flashing.
Starting the washing program with
delay start
1. Close the appliance door.
2. Switch on the appliance. Make sure that
the appliance is in setting mode.
3. Set a washing program.
4. Press the DELAY button repeatedly until
the display shows the time you want to
set for the delay start.
• The time of the delay start flashes in
the display.
5. Press the START button. The countdown starts.
When the countdown is completed, the
washing program starts automatically.
The opening of the appliance door interrupts the countdown. When you
close the door, the countdown continues from the point of interruption.
Cancelling the delay start
If you have not yet pressed the START
button
1. Press the DELAY button repeatedly until
the display shows the time of the washing program.
2. Press the START button, the washing
program starts.
If the START button has been pressed
and the countdown operates
• Press the DELAY button repeatedly until
the display shows the time of the washing program. After a few seconds the
washing program starts automatically.
Warning! Only interrupt or cancel a
washing program if necessary.
Attention! Open the door carefully.
Hot steam and water can escape.
Interrupting a washing program
• Open the appliance door. The washing
program stops.
• Close the appliance door. The washing
program continues from the point of interruption.
Cancelling the washing program
If you have not yet pressed the START button, you can change the setting.
To change the setting while the washing
program operates, it is necessary to cancel
the program.
• Press and hold the PROGRAM button
and the DELAY button at the same time
until all the program indicators come on.
Make sure that there is detergent in the
detergent dispenser before you start a
new washing program.
End of the washing program
When the washing program is completed,
the display shows 0.
1. Switch off the appliance.
2. Open the appliance door.
For better drying results, keep the appliance door ajar for some minutes.
Removing the load
• Let the dishes cool down before you remove them from the appliance. Hot
dishes are easily damaged.
• First remove items from the lower basket,
then from the upper basket.
• There can be water on the sides and
door of the appliance. Stainless steel becomes cool more quickly than the dishes.
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WASHING PROGRAMS
Program
Type of soil
Type of load
Program description
RINSE
Use this program to quickly rinse the
dishes. This prevents the remaining food
to bond on the dishes and bad odours to
come out from the appliance.
Do not use detergent with this program.
Rinse
FAST30 1)
Fresh soil
Crockery and cutlery
Wash 60 °C
Rinse
NORMAL 2)
Normal soil
Crockery and cutlery
Prewash
Wash 50 °C
Rinses
Dry
HEAVY
Heavy soil
Crockery, cutlery,
pots and pans
Prewash
Wash 70 °C
Rinses
Dry
SENSOR
All
Crockery, cutlery,
pots and pans
Prewash
Wash 45 °C or 70 °C
Rinses
Dry
3)
1) With this program you can wash a load with fresh soil. It gives good washing results in a short time.
2) This is the standard program for test institutes. With this program you have the most efficient use of water and
energy consumption for crockery and cutlery with normal soil. Refer to the supplied leaflet for test information.
3) The appliance senses the type of soil and the quantity of items in the baskets. It automatically adjusts the
temperature and quantity of the water, the energy consumption and the program time.
Consumption values
Program1)
Energy (kWh)
Water (litre)
RINSE
0.05
4
FAST30
0.9
9
NORMAL
0.67 - 0.81
10.2 - 12.5
HEAVY
1.4 - 1.6
15 - 16
SENSOR
0.9 - 1.7
8 - 17
1) The display shows the time of the program.
The water pressure and temperature,
the variations of the mains supply and
the quantity of dishes can change the
consumption values.
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CARE AND CLEANING
To remove and clean the filters
Warning! Switch the appliance off
before you carry out any cleaning
operation.
Dirty filters decrease the washing results.
Although the maintenance is very low with
these filters, we recommend that you regularly check the filters and clean them if necessary.
1. To remove filter (A), turn it counterclockwise and remove it out from filter (B).
6. Thoroughly clean filter (B) under running
water.
7. Put filter (B) to its initial position. Make
sure that it assembles correctly under
the two guides (C).
C
8. Put filter (A) into position in filter (B) and
turn it clockwise until it locks.
B
A
2. Filter (A) has 2 parts. To disassemble
the filter, pull them apart.
Cleaning the spray arms
Do not remove the spray arms.
If the holes in the spray arms become clogged, remove remaining parts of soil with a
thin pointed object.
External cleaning
Clean the external surfaces of the appliance
and control panel with a damp soft cloth.
Only use neutral detergents. Do not use
abrasive products, scouring pads or solvents (e.g. acetone).
Internal cleaning
We recommend, every 3 months to run a
washing program for heavily soiled dishes.
Use detergent, but do not put dishes in the
appliance.
3. Thoroughly clean the parts under running water.
4. Put the 2 parts of the filter (A) together
and push. Make sure that they assemble correctly in each other.
5. Remove filter (B).
When the appliance is not to be used
for a long period
1. Disconnect the mains plug from the
mains socket.
2. Close the water tap.
3. Leave the door open to prevent unpleasant smells.
4. Keep the inner side of the appliance
clean.
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Frost precautions
Caution! Do not install the appliance
where the temperature is below 0 °C.
The manufacturer is not responsible for
damage caused by frost.
2. Close the water tap.
3. Remove the appliance and the hoses.
4. Do not tilt the appliance during transport.
Moving the appliance
1. Disconnect the mains plug from the
mains socket.
WHAT TO DO IF…
The appliance does not start or stops during operation.
If there is a fault, first try to find a solution to
the problem yourself. Refer to following
charts. If you cannot find a solution to the
problem, contact your dealer or the Customer Care Centre.
With some malfunctions, the display
shows an alarm code:
Malfunction
The appliance does
not fill with water
The appliance does
not drain the water
•
- The appliance does not fill with water
•
- The appliance does not drain the
water
•
- The anti-flood device operates.
Warning! Switch the appliance off
before you do the suggested corrective
actions.
Possible cause
Possible solution
The water tap is closed.
Open the water tap.
The filter in the water inlet hose is
blocked.
Clean the filter.
The installation of the water inlet
hose is not correct. The hose can be
kinked or squashed.
Make sure that the installation is correct.
The water tap is blocked or restricted with limescale.
Clean the water tap.
The water pressure is too low.
Contact your local water authority.
There is a blockage in the sink spigot.
Clean the sink spigot.
The installation of the water drain
hose is not correct. The hose can be
kinked or squashed.
Make sure that the installation is correct.
The anti-flood device
operates
The program does
not start
Close the water tap and contact
your Customer Care Centre.
The appliance door is not closed.
Close the door.
The START button has not been
pressed.
Press the START button.
Mains plug is not connected.
Plug-in the appliance to the mains.
The delay start is set.
• Cancel the delay start.
• Wait until the countdown of the
delay start is completed.
The fuse has blown out in the
household fuse box
Replace the fuse.
After the check, switch on the appliance.
The program continues from the point of in-
terruption. If the malfunction occurs again,
contact your Customer Care Centre.
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If the display shows an alarm code, not described in the chart, contact your Customer
Care Centre.
When you contact the Customer Care Centre you will need to give some details of the
appliance that can be found on the rating
plate (e.g. model number, serial number,
product number). We recommend that you
record these details.
The washing results and drying results are not satisfactory
Problem
Possible cause
Possible solution
The selected washing program
was not suitable for the type of
load and soil.
Make sure that the washing
program is suitable for the type
of load and soil.
The baskets were not loaded
correctly, water did not touch
all surfaces.
Load the baskets correctly.
The spray arms could not turn
freely because of incorrect arrangement of the load.
Make sure that an incorrect arrangement of the load does not
cause a blockage of the spray
arms.
The filters are dirty or not assembled and installed correctly.
Make sure that the filters are
clean and correctly assembled
and installed.
The quantity of detergent was
not sufficient or missing.
Make sure that the quantity of
detergent is sufficient.
There are streaks, milky stains,
or a bluish layer on glasses and
dishes.
Rinse aid dosage is too high.
Decrease the rinse aid dosage.
Dry water drop stains on
glasses and dishes.
Rinse aid dosage is too low.
Increase the rinse aid dosage.
The detergent can be the
cause.
Use a different brand of detergent.
The dishes are wet and dull.
The rinse aid dispenser is empty.
Fill the rinse aid dispenser with
rinse aid.
The dishes are wet.
You have set a washing program without drying phase or
with a decreased drying phase.
Leave the door ajar for some
minutes before you remove the
dishes.
The dishes are not clean.
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TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions
Width
Height
Depth
Electrical connection
Voltage
Overall power
Fuse
Frequency
Water supply pressure
min.
max.
Capacity
Place settings
596 mm
818 - 878 mm
580 mm
220-240 V
2200 W
10 A
50 Hz
50 kPa (7 psi)
800 kPa (116 psi)
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INSTALLATION
There should be a minimum
2mm gap between the top of
the dishwasher and
underside of bench top
The hose s hould not be
extended by more than
2 metres or water pumpout problems ma y occu r
Remove entire plastic
membrane from sink trap
spigot & fit drain hose to spigot
with clamp
Secure dishwasher with
brackets and screws provided
820-880 mm
600 mm max.
300 mm min.
Gap on both sides should be
equal, & no greater than
5 mm per side.
•
kickplate fixing screws
•
If floor is not level, adjust
levelling legs to suit
600 mm
Warning! Make sure that mains plug is
disconnected from the mains socket
during installation.
Install the appliance under a kitchen counter.
If a repair is necessary, the appliance must
be easily accessible for the engineer.
Put the appliance adjacent to a water tap
and drain.
For the venting of the appliance only water
hoses and mains cable openings are necessary.
The appliance has adjustable feet to allow
the adjustment of its height.
Make sure that the water inlet hose, the
drain hose and the mains cable are not
kinked or squashed, when you insert the
appliance.
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Adhesive steam protection foil
Fit the steam protection on the front part of
the kitchen counter along the entire width.
600 mm
Installing the appliance under the
kitchen counter or to adjacent units
Warning! To prevent injury or damage,
make sure that the appliance is
installed under and adjacent safe
structures.
Use the brackets to attach the appliance under the kitchen counter or to
the adjacent units.
1. Install the brackets in the slots on the
top of the appliance.
Adjusting the height of the appliance
1. Remove the adjustable plinth.
2. – To lift the front of the appliance, turn
the two front feet counterclockwise.
– To lift the rear of the appliance, turn
the middle screw counterclockwise.
Adjusting the level of the appliance
A correct adjustment of the level of the appliance allows the door to close and seal
correctly. .
If the door does not close correctly, loosen
or tighten the adjustable feet to level the appliance.
After the adjustment of the level of the appliance, assemble the adjustable plinth on
the appliance.
2. Adjust the height and level of the appliance.
3. Use the screws (on the top or on the
side) to install the appliance in position.
Make sure that the screws are tight.
4. Make sure that the bottom of the adjustable plinth is aligned with the
ground.
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Custom made kick-panel
For integrated appliances and full-stainlesssteel door appliances.
We recommend that you make a custom
made kick-panel that aligns your kitchen
cabinets.
A notched continuous panel is necessary to
prevent door swing interference and to
keep kick-panel alignment with adjacent
units.
1. Cut a notch in the kick-panel sufficient
to let the door swing freely under the
appliance (refer to the chart).
2. Make a check for interference. Open
and close the door slowly. If the door
touches the kick-panel, trim to prevent
interference.
3. Attach the kick-panel to adjacent cabinets so that if service is necessary you
can remove it.
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WATER CONNECTION
Water inlet hose
Connect the appliance to a cold water supply.
Connect the inlet hose to a water tap with
an external BSP thread spout of 3/4”.
Once connected the inlet hose to the water
tap, turn the tap on and check that there
are no leaks.
Inlet water supply
• Cold water pressure: 800 kPa max - 50
kPa min.
• Water flow rate 10 L / minute min.
• If cold water pressure is in excess of 800
kPa, a pressure reducing valve should be
used. Check for leaks.
the water inlet hose or the safety
valve in water.
• Do not attempt to shorten the inlet
hose.
• If the water inlet hose or the safety
valve is damaged, immediately turn
off the power and remove the mains
plug from the mains socket.
• Only a qualified Service Engineer can
replace the water inlet hose with
safety valve.
Warning!
Caution! Always use new hoses when
you connect the appliance to the water
mains. Old hoses must not be used.
The water inlet hose must be examined
at an interval of twelve months for
deterioration and replaced if necessary.
The water pressure must be in the limits,
refer to 'Technical data'.
Make sure that the local water authority
gives you the average mains pressure in
your area.
Make sure that there are no kinks in the
water inlet hose and that the water inlet
hose is not squashed or entangled.
Fit the hose nut correctly to prevent water
leaks.
Dangerous voltage
Caution! Do not connect the appliance
to new pipes or pipes that have been
not used for a long time. Let the water
run for some minutes, then connect the
inlet hose.
The water inlet hose is double-walled and
has an inner mains cable and a safety valve.
The water inlet hose is under pressure only
while the water is running. If there is a leak
in the water inlet hose, , the safety valve interrupts the running water.
Be careful when you install the water inlet
hose.
Warning!
• The mains cable is in the doublewalled inlet hose. Do not immerse
In order to pass the safety valve
through the kitchen cabinets, an opening of at least 45 mm x 90 mm is needed.
Water drain hose
Use the supplied hose clamp to connect
the water drain hose to the sink.
The highest point of the drain hose must be
no more than 600 mm from the floor and
must have a continuous fall to the plumbing
connection.
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The drain hose can be lengthened using
additional lengths and connectors. These
must be purchased from Electrolux Spare
Parts. The extension length must not exceed 2 metres.
The drain hose must be free of kinks and
obstructions.
Remove the sink plug when the appliance
drains the water to prevent that the water
goes back into the appliance.
If you connect the water drain hose to a
trap spigot under the sink, remove the plastic membrane. If you do not remove the
membrane, remaining food can cause a
blockage in the drain hose spigot
The appliance has a security feature to
prevent dirty water going back into the
appliance. If, the spigot of the sink has
a 'non-return valve', this valve can
cause the appliance to drain incorrectly. Remove the non-return valve.
Caution! Make sure that the water
couplings are tight to prevent water
leakage.
Ensure that hoses are not crushed or
kinked under or behind the appliance.
Once connected the inlet hose to the
water tap, turn the tap on and check
that there are no leaks.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Warning!
• The manufacturer accepts no liability
for failure to observe the below safety precautions.
• Safety standards require the appliance to be earthed.
• Prior to using the appliance for the
first time, ensure that the rated voltage and type of supply on the rating
plate match that of the supply where
the appliance is to be installed.
• The fuse rating can be found on the
rating plate and in 'Technical data'.
• Always plug the mains plug onto a
correctly installed approved socket.
• Do not use multi-ways plugs, connectors and extension cables. This
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•
•
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can constitute a fire hazard through
overheating.
If necessary, have the domestic wiring system socket replaced. If the
mains cable has to be replaced, contact your local Customer Care centre.
The mains plug must be accessible
after the appliance has been installed.
Never unplug the appliance by pulling on the cable. Always pull the
plug.
Test the appliance. Run a quick
washing program and ensure that
the appliance fills with water, washes
and drains with no leaks.
ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS
The packaging materials are environmentally friendly and can be recycled. The plastic
components are identified by markings, e.g.
>PE<, >PS<, etc. Discard the packaging
materials in the applicable container at the
community waste disposal facilities.
Warning! Follow these instructions to
discard the appliance:
• Pull the mains plug out of the socket.
• Cut off the mains cable and the
mains plug and discard them.
• Discard the door catch. This prevents children from closing themselves inside the appliance and endangering their lives.
Old appliance
Make sure that the appliance goes to the
applicable collection point for recycling.
Make sure that this appliance is discarded
correctly. Inappropriate waste discard of
the appliance causes negative consequences for the environment and human health.
For more information about the recycling of
this appliance, contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or
the shop where you purchased the appliance.
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WARRANTY
FOR SALES IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW
ZEALAND
This document sets out the terms and
conditions of product warranties for
Electrolux branded appliances. It is an
important document. Please keep it
with your proof of purchase documents
in a safe place for future reference
should you require service for your
Electrolux appliance. General Terms
and Conditions
1. In this warranty
– Electrolux' means Electrolux Home
Products Pty Ltd ABN 51 004 762
341 in respect of Appliances purchased in Australia and Electrolux
(NZ) Limited in respect of Appliances
purchased in New Zealand;
– 'Appliance' means any Electrolux
product purchased by you accompanied by this document;
– 'Warranty Period' means
i) where you use the Appliance for
personal, domestic or household
purposes in Australia the period of 24
months and in New Zealand the period of 24 months;
ii) where you use the Appliance for
commercial purposes, in Australia
the period of 0 months and in New
Zealand the period of 0 months, (if
the period stated is 0 months you are
not covered by this product warranty)
following the date of original purchase of the Appliance;
– 'you' means the purchaser of the Appliance not having purchased the appliance for re-sale, and 'your' has a
corresponding meaning.
2. This warranty only applies to Appliances purchased and used in Australia or
New Zealand and is in addition to (and
does not exclude, restrict, or modify in
any way) any non-excludable statutory
warranties in Australia or New Zealand.
3. Electrolux warrants that, when dispatched from an Electrolux warehouse,
the Appliance is free from defects in
materials and workmanship for the
Warranty Period.
4. During the Warranty Period Electrolux
or its Authorised Service Centre will, at
no extra charge if your appliance is
readily accessible without special
equipment, and subject to these terms
and conditions, repair or replace any
parts which it considers to be defective.
You agree that any replaced Appliances or parts become the property of
Electrolux. This warranty does not apply to light globes, batteries, filters or
similar perishable parts.
5. Parts and Appliances not supplied by
Electrolux are not covered by this warranty.
6. Where you are within an Electrolux
service area, this warranty covers the
cost of transport of the Appliance to
and from Authorised Service Centres of
Electrolux and travelling costs for representatives of the Authorised Service
Centre to and from your home or business. If you are outside an Electrolux
service area, you will bear these costs.
For information about whether you are
within an Electrolux service area, please
phone 13 13 49 in Australia, or 0800
10 66 10 in New Zealand.
7. Proof of purchase is required before
you can make a claim under this warranty.
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8. You may not make a claim under this
warranty unless the defect claimed is
due to faulty or defective parts or workmanship. Electrolux is not liable in the
following situations (which are not exhaustive):
– The Appliance is damaged by
i) accident
ii) misuse or abuse, including failure
to properly maintain or service
iii) normal wear and tear
iv) power surges, electrical storm
damage or incorrect power supply
v) incomplete or improper installation
vi) incorrect, improper or inappropriate operation
vii) insect or vermin infestation.
– The Appliance is modified without
authority from Electrolux in writing.
– The Appliance's serial number or
warranty seal has been removed or
defaced.
– The Appliance was serviced or repaired by anyone other than Electrolux or its Authorised Service Centres.
9. This warranty, the contract to which it
relates and the relationship between
you and Electrolux are governed by the
law applicable in the Australian State
where the Appliance was purchased or
the law applicable in New Zealand if the
Appliance was purchased in New Zealand. Where the Appliance was purchased in New Zealand for business
purposes the Consumer Guarantee Act
does not apply.
Limitation of Liability
10. To the extent permitted by law:
– Electrolux excludes all warranties
other than as contained in this document;
– Electrolux shall not be liable for any
loss or damage whether direct or indirect or consequential arising from
your purchase, use or non-use of the
Appliance.
11. Provisions of the Trade Practices Act
and State consumer legislation in Australia, and the Consumer Guarantees
Act, the Sale of Goods Act and the Fair
Trading Act in New Zealand, imply warranties or conditions, or impose obligations, upon Electrolux which cannot be
excluded, restricted or modified. To the
extent permitted by law, the liability of
Electrolux (if any) arising out of or in relation to the Appliance or any services
supplied by Electrolux shall be limited
(where it is fair and reasonable to do
so),:
– in the case of Appliances, at its option, to the replacement or repair of
the Appliances or the supply of
equivalent products or the payment
of the cost of replacing the Appliances or having the Appliances repaired or of acquiring equivalent Appliances. Upon being replaced, parts
and Appliances become the property
of Electrolux; or
– in the case of services, at its option,
to the supply of the services again or
the payment of the cost of having the
services re-supplied;
and in the case of Appliances or services supplied in New Zealand, loss or
damage whether direct or indirect or
consequential that is reasonably foreseeable.
Privacy
You acknowledge that in the event that you
make a warranty claim it will be necessary
for Electrolux and its Authorised Service
Centres to exchange information in relation
to you to enable Electrolux to meet its obligations under this warranty.
Important Notice
Before Calling a Service Technician please
check carefully the operating instructions,
service booklet and the warranty terms and
conditions.
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FOR SERVICE
OR TO FIND THE ADDRESS
OF YOUR NEAREST STATE
SERVICE CENTRE IN AUSTRALIA
Please call 13 13 4 9
SERVICE AUSTRALIA
ELECTROLUX HOME
PRODUCTS
FOR SPARE PARTS
OR TO FIND THE ADDRESS
OF YOUR NEAREST STATE
SPARE PARTS CENTRE IN
AUSTRALIA
Please call 13 13 50
For the cost of a local call (Australia on-
For the cost of a local call (Australia on-
ly)
ly)
FOR SERVICE
OR TO FIND THE ADDRESS
OF YOUR NEAREST AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRE IN
NEW ZEALAND
Free call 0800 10 66 10
(New Zealand only)
SERVICE NEW ZEALAND
ELECTROLUX HOME
PRODUCTS
FOR SPARE PARTS
OR TO FIND THE ADDRESS
OF YOUR NEAREST SPARE
PARTS CENTRE IN NEW ZEALAND
Free call 0800 10 66 20
(New Zealand only)
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www.westinghouse.com.au
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