Operating Instructions
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing this quality product from ASKO.
We hope it will meet your expectations and fulfil your needs for many years to
come. Scandinavian design combines clean lines, everyday functionality and
high quality. These are key characteristics of all our products and the reason
they are greatly appreciated throughout the world.
To get the most from your new dishwasher, we recommend that you read the
operating instructions before using the dishwasher. The operating instructions
also include information on how you can help protect the environment.
Operating Instructions
Dishwasher
ASKO D5646 XXL
Contents
Front panel
Safety instructions
Before washing for the first time
Loading the dishwasher
Using the dishwasher
Settings
Care and cleaning
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3
4
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Troubleshooting
Technical information
Installation
ASKO Service
Program chart
Your notes
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Front panel
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2
3
4
5 6
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11
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On/Left-on mode
5
Rinse aid indicator
9
Delayed start
2
Program selector
6
Child lock (button lock)
10
Set time (for the Time program)
3
Program symbol
7
High temperature
11
Start/Stop
4
Display
8
Long dry
The panel is fitted with touch buttons with audible feedback (see the chapter Settings).
NOTE!
• Two minutes after pressing any button, the control panel enters energy-saving mode. Close and reopen the door, or press the
On/Left-on mode button, to reactivate the panel.
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Safety instructions
General
• Read the operating instructions and keep them in a safe place!
• Never use the dishwasher for any purpose other than that
specified in these operating instructions.
• Do not load the dishwasher door or dishwasher baskets with
anything other than dishes.
• Never leave the dishwasher door open as someone may trip
on it.
• Use only dishwasher detergent!
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Activate the child safety lock (Kid Lock™)
(only certain models)
A child safety lock is fitted to prevent children from opening the
dishwasher door. To activate the child safety lock, press in the
door latch and use a screwdriver to turn the screw slot (top lefthand corner) to a vertical position. To open the door, you must
press the white plastic catch (illustrated below) to the left while
pressing the door latch up. Reset by turning the screw slot back
to a horizontal position.
Locked
Open
• Damaged mains cables must only be replaced by a qualified
electrician.
• This dishwasher is for household or similar use, such as:
-
staff kitchens in shops, offices and other workplaces.
farms.
for guests at hotels, motels and other types of accommodation.
- bed & breakfast hotels.
• Never place dishes with solvent residues in the dishwasher
due to the risk of explosion. Nor may dishes that contain ash,
wax or lubricants be washed in the dishwasher.
WARNING!
Knives and other pointed items must be placed with the points
down in the cutlery basket or horizontally in other baskets.
Installation
See the section Installation.
Activate child lock (Kid Safe™)
You can activate the child lock (button lock) to prevent children
from starting the dishwasher (see the section Settings).
Winter storage/Transport
• Store the dishwasher where the temperature remains above
freezing.
• Avoid long transport distances in very cold weather.
• Transport the dishwasher upright or laying on its back.
Child safety
Overflow guard function
• Always close the door and start the program immediately after
you have added the detergent.
• Keep children away from the dishwasher when the door is
open. Some detergent may remain inside!
• Do not allow children to use or play with the dishwasher. Be
especially vigilant when the door is open.
The overflow protection starts pumping out the machine and turns
off the water supply if the water level in the dishwasher exceeds
the normal level. If the overflow protection is triggered, turn off
the water supply and call the service department.
WARNING!
Dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline. They can be extremely dangerous if swallowed. Avoid contact with skin and
eyes and keep children away from the dishwasher when the
door is open.
Check that the detergent compartment is empty after completion of the wash cycle.
Cleaning
When cleaning the edge around the door, use only a slightly
damp cloth. Do not spray water around the edge! Moisture can
make its way into the lock, which contains electrical components.
Packing material
Sort waste materials in accordance with local guidelines.
Disposal
• When the dishwasher has reached the end of its service life
and is to be disposed of, it should immediately be made unusable. Pull out the power cable and cut it as short as possible.
• The dishwasher is manufactured and labelled for recycling.
• Contact your local authority for information about where and
how your dishwasher should be correctly recycled.
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Before washing for the
first time
Loading the dishwasher
Program key
Economic dishwashing
Some dishwashers include program keys in different languages.
Attach the program key in the desired language to the top of the
door.
Run programs only with a full load
Wait to run a program until the dishwasher is full. This way you
save energy. Use the Rinse & Hold program to rinse the dishes
if there are any unpleasant odours while you wait for the dishwasher to become fully loaded.
Checking water hardness
Contact the local water utility to check the water hardness in your
area. This is important with regard to how much detergent and
rinse aid to use.
Top up with rinse aid
Run programs at a lower temperature
If the dishes are only slightly dirty, you can select a lower temperature with certain programs. See also the section Selecting Options in the chapter Using the dishwasher.
Select a program with the option Short dry
To save energy, use Short dry. The drying result will be better if,
once the program is finished, you leave the door slightly open.
Do not rinse under running water
Simply scrape off large food particles before loading the dishwasher.
By using rinse aid you will improve your drying result. You will
also achieve a better dishwashing result with glassware and
dishes.
Choose a green detergent
Read the environmental declaration on the packaging!
1 Open the rinse aid compartment lid.
Connect to cold water...
If you use oil or electricity to heat your home.
2 Carefully top up with rinse aid. Only add rinse aid to the level
marked max.
3 Wipe up any splashes of rinse aid around the compartment.
4 Close the lid firmly.
Connect to hot water (max. 70 °C)...
If you use district heating, solar power or geothermal power to
heat your home. Choosing a hot water connection cuts program
times and reduces the dishwasher's electricity consumption.
Fragile dishes
Some cookware is not dishwasher safe. This can be for several
reasons. Some materials cannot withstand strong heat, others
can be damaged by dishwashing detergent.
Fragile decoration
Porcelain with decoration on top of the glazing (the items feel
rough) should not be washed in a dishwasher.
Refill rinse aid indicator
When the rinse aid needs topping up, the above symbol lights
on the display.
NOTE!
After topping up, it may take a while before the symbol goes
out.
Glassware washed in a dishwasher at high temperatures can
gradually develop a grey film that cannot be removed. Wash fine
glassware at a low temperature and with a small amount of detergent.
Setting the rinse aid dosage
Silver
Silver and stainless steel items should not come into contact, as
the silver can become discoloured.
The section Settings describes how to set the rinse aid dosage.
Rinse aid dispensing can be set from
(Off) to
(High
dose). (Factory settings:
)
Cutlery with glued handles
Some types of glue are not dishwasher safe. In such cases, the
handles may loosen.
Increase the rinse aid dosage:
• If the dishes have water marks.
Wood
Wooden items should only be washed in a dishwasher if marked
dishwasher safe.
Decrease the rinse aid dosage:
• If the dishes have a sticky white/blue film.
• If the dishes are streaked.
• Build-up of foam. If you have very soft water, the rinse aid can
be diluted 50:50 with water.
For water with a hardness greater than 10–12 °dH, you ought to
use rinse aid with citric acid (known as acid rinse aid).
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Crystal/Glass
Place items so that they do not touch each other during the wash.
Use a short program with the lowest possible wash temperature.
Select Short dry. Delicate and very fragile items should not be
washed in a dishwasher.
Aluminium
Aluminium can lose its shine if washed in a dishwasher. However,
good quality aluminium pans can be washed in a dishwasher,
even if some of the shine will be lost.
Plastic items
Avoid washing plastic items that cannot withstand high temperatures.
The dishwasher's baskets
Wine glasses are placed on the wine glass shelf and knives are
placed in the knife stand on the right (if fitted).
The dishwasher is equipped with a top cutlery tray, an upper
basket and a lower basket with cutlery basket.
The appearance of the baskets may differ depending on the
dishwasher setup.
Top cutlery tray
The top cutlery tray has space for cutlery, ladles, whisks, serving
cutlery and similar items.
Raising the top cutlery tray
1 Pull out the top cutlery tray.
2 Pull the two locking handles on either side forward to raise
the top cutlery tray.
Lowering the top cutlery tray
1 Make sure the upper basket is in the lowest position.
Foldable tines
The foldable tines can be folded up or down to make it easier to
load pots, bowls and glasses. Release the foldable tines by
pressing the catch inwards before adjusting their position.
2 Pull out the top cutlery tray.
3 Slide the two locking handles on either side downwards and
backwards to lower the top cutlery tray.
Raising the upper basket
1 Pull out the upper basket.
2 Grab the sides of the upper basket with both hands and lift it
up.
Upper basket
Place glasses, cups, bowls, side plates and saucers in the upper
basket. All dirty surfaces should face inwards and downwards!
Lowering the upper basket
1 Pull out the upper basket.
2 Pull out the two locking handles on either side to lower the
upper basket.
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Lower basket
a
b
c
Place plates, side plates, serving dishes, pots and cutlery (in the
cutlery basket) in the lower basket.
Place pots and pans in the rear right part of the lower basket to
achieve the best dishwashing results from the rear of the two
spray nozzles (WideSpray™), which are intended for these types
of dishes.
Cutlery basket with lid
a
b
c
Positioning of cutlery basket lid (in upper basket)
The cutlery basket lid can be removed and used, for example,
as an extra cutlery basket in the upper basket (see below).
a
b
Foldable tines
Lower the foldable tines (plate supports) when washing pots and
pans. Release the foldable tines by pressing the catch inwards
before adjusting their position. In the right-hand rear part of the
lower basket, half the foldable tines can be lowered for washing
stoneware or a deep pan, for example.
Vase and bottle holder
NOTE!
Check that the spray arms can rotate freely.
Washing large plates
Move the foldable tines and their mounts to widen the distance
between the tine rows to adapt the lower basket to plates with a
diameter greater than 25 cm.
Cutlery basket
Place cutlery with the handles facing down, except for knives,
and spread them out as much as possible. Ensure that spoons
do not stack inside each other.
The cutlery basket is best placed in the middle at the front of the
lower basket to best utilise dishwashing performance from the
unique spray nozzle (Power Zone Cutlery™), which is intended
for the cutlery basket.
WARNING!
Knives and other pointed items must be placed with the points
down in the cutlery basket or horizontally in other baskets.
Fold-down section for small items
The cutlery basket has a fold-down section in the middle for small
items, or small shafts, such as electric whisk attachments.
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Using the dishwasher
Add detergent
Program selection
Press the Program selector one or more times until the desired
program symbol appears on the display.
Auto wash
The dishwasher can measure how dirty the dishes are and adjust
water consumption and temperature accordingly. When newly
installed, the program needs to be run five times before it is fully
adapted and can provide the best results.
1 Prewash detergent compartment
Time program
The program adapts to the specified running time or finish time.
With this program it is important to choose a time suited to how
dirty the dishes are.
2 Main wash detergent compartment
Detergent is added according to water hardness.
Follow the instructions on the detergent packaging.
0:30-1:15 Slightly dirty dishes
1:30-2:00 Normally dirty dishes
Too much detergent can result in less effective dishwashing and
also entails greater environmental impact.
Add the detergent to the detergent compartment. There is a
compartment for the prewash and one for the main wash. If
powder and liquid dishwasher detergents are used, add a small
amount of the detergent to the prewash compartment. Contact
the detergent manufacturer if you have any questions about the
detergent.
WARNING!
Children must be supervised – dishwasher detergent is corrosive!
NOTE!
Use only dishwasher detergent! Washing up liquid must not
be used as the foam that forms prevents the dishwasher from
operating effectively.
Dishwasher tablets
Halve the tablet if it is difficult to close the dispenser lid. There is
a risk that the detergent will not be released properly if the lid is
tight and will not open correctly.
NOTE!
Dishwasher tablets are not recommended for short programs
(less than 75 minutes). Use powder or liquid dishwasher detergent instead.
2:15-3:00 Very dirty dishes
To set the program time, see the section Selecting Options.
Heavy wash
Program for very dirty dishes, such as pans, casserole dishes
and oven dishes. If these dishes do not completely fill the dishwasher, you can add plates and the like.
Normal program
Use to wash normally soiled load, such as plates, serving dishes,
cups, glasses and so on.
Daily wash
A program suitable for day-to-day dishwashing. This program
can also clean dried leftovers, but is not intended for burnt food,
such as on oven dishes.
Quick wash
This program is used for glasses and porcelain that is slightly
dirty, such as coffee cups.
Hyg Hygiene wash
This program is designed to meet strict hygiene demands.
3–in–1/All-in-one detergent
Read through the directions for these products carefully. If anything is unclear, contact the detergent manufacturer.
On/Left-on mode
Press and hold the On/Left-on mode button until the display lights
up.
Delicate wash
If the dishes are not very dirty, you can select Delicate wash. This
program is intended for glasses and porcelain that have just been
used and as such do not require such a powerful program.
This program can be used for delicate dishes. Select Short dry
if you want to be especially cautious. See also the section Fragile
dishes in Chapter Loading the dishwasher.
Eco wash
Use when you want to save water. For normally dirty dishes.
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Upper half wash
You can use this program if you only have cups and glasses that
need washing in the upper basket. Slightly dirty dishes can also
be placed in the lower basket.
1 Press the button once to activate Delayed start. Press the
button several times – or hold it in – to set the desired number
of hours.
2 Press Start/Stop and the dishwasher counts down 1 hour at
a time and starts after the selected delay.
Press and hold Start/Stop for three seconds if you want to cancel
the Delayed start option.
Lower half wash
You can use this program when you only want to wash plates
and cutlery in the lower basket. Slightly dirty dishes can also be
placed in the upper basket.
NOTE!
Remember to press the Start/Stop button to start the program.
Rinse & Hold
Used to rinse dishes while you wait for the dishwasher to become
fully loaded.
Set time
Press the option button several times – or hold it in – to set the
desired program time for Time program. You can choose a program time between 30 minutes and 3 hours.
Selecting Options
Start the dishwasher
To select an option, press one of the option buttons. The field
under the button lights when the option is activated. The available
options depend on the selected program. Once you have started
the program, the options you selected are saved for the next time
you use the same program. An exception is the Delayed start
option.
Press and hold Start/Stop until the display shows
(the door
open symbol). This indicates that the dishwasher is ready to start.
Close the door properly, otherwise the dishwasher will not start.
The display flashes three times with the remaining time to indicate
that the program has started.
NOTE!
High temperature
Activate this option for improved dishwashing results. The machine then uses a higher temperature for the main wash.
If you want to use the lower temperature, press again so that the
field under the button turns off.
You can vary the temperature as shown below:
Heavy wash:
60 °C / 70 °C
Normal program: 48 °C / 65 °C
Daily wash:
60 °C / 65 °C
Quick wash:
30 °C / 60 °C
Delicate wash:
40 °C / 50 °C
Eco wash:
53 °C / 60 °C
If the machine does not start within 2 minutes of the last button
press, the display returns to showing the last program run.
Time remaining
Once you have selected a program and options, the display indicates how long the program took the last time it was used. Once
you have started the dishwasher, the display indicates how much
program time remains. The remaining time is updated after the
water for the final rinse has been heated.
This may differ somewhat from time to time depending on the
temperature of the water supply, the amount of dishes, the ambient temperature and other factors.
While the program is running, the time counts down and the remaining program time is shown on the display. The remaining
time is shown, for example, as 1:15, which means the program
will run for another 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Upper half wash: 55 °C / 65 °C
Lower half wash: 55 °C / 65 °C
Long dry
The higher temperature in the final rinse and longer drying improves the drying result if you activate the Long dry option. This
causes a slight increase in energy consumption. This option can
be used with all programs except Time program, Hygiene wash
and Rinse & Hold.
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NOTE!
During the first run of each program, the remaining time displayed can be slightly misleading, as the dishwasher is estimating the time. When you run the program a second time, the
dishwasher will calculate the remaining time based on the
previous duration of the program.
Stopping or changing a program
If you want a program with Short dry, press again so that the field
under the button turns off.
If you want to change program after starting the dishwasher,
open the door then press and hold Start/Stop for three seconds.
Add more detergent if the lid of the detergent dispenser has
opened. Then choose a new program, press Start/Stop and close
the door.
Delayed start
When you select Delayed start, the dishwasher will start 1–24
hours after you press the Start/Stop button.
Do you want to add more dishes?
Open the door. The dishwasher stops automatically. Add the
dishes, close the door and the dishwasher continues the program.
If the dishwasher is turned off using
the On/Left-on mode button or due
to a power failure
If the dishwashing program was not finished, the interrupted
program continues when power is restored.
NOTE!
During drying, the program is interrupted if the power is cut or
the door is open for more than 2 minutes.
Once the program has finished
Once the program has finished, “End” appears on the display.
At the end of the program, you will hear a short beep. Chapter
Settings describes how to change this function.
Once the dishwasher has finished, it only uses standby power.
Shut off the water tap after every use.
Drying
For additional drying the door should be opened 35 mm upon
completion of the drying cycle. For more information, see page
17 in the chapter Technical information.
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Settings
Do as follows to open the settings menu:
+
1.
First, open the door. Turn off the dishwasher using the On/Left-on mode button (press and hold). Release the button.
2.
Press and hold the On/Left-on mode button until the display lights up.
3.
Within five seconds, press and hold the Program selector and the Long dry button.
4.
Release the buttons when the display shows
.
TIP!
Be sure to press right on the symbols, so as not to inadvertently activate any other button. Try again if you fail to open
the settings menu the first time.
Press to save the set value and continue to the next setting.
Current setting.
Current setting value.
Press to browse between setting values.
You can now adjust the following settings:
Button press Options
(Off)
(On)
Settings
Description
Child lock
(Kid Safe™)
You can activate the child lock (button lock) option
to prevent children from starting the dishwasher.
Press the High temperature and Long dry buttons
simultaneously to temporarily deactivate the button
lock when you want to start the dishwasher. The
button lock is automatically reactivated after 2
minutes.
Press Start/Stop to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
If you do not want to change any other settings, keep pressing Start/Stop to step through the entire settings menu.
(Off)
Buzzer volume
The dishwasher uses a buzzer to indicate when a
program is finished or when a fault has occurred.
(Low)
(High)
Press Start/Stop to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
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Button press Options
(Off)
Settings
Description
Operation volume
This sound is used to confirm each button press.
(Low)
(High)
Press Start/Stop to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
LCD contrast
(Display on the front of the door)
For adjusting the contrast of the display on the front
door.
Press Start/Stop to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
(Low)
LCD contrast
(Display on the panel)
For adjusting the contrast of the display on the
panel.
(High)
Press Start/Stop to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
(Off)
Rinse aid
Rinse aid dosage setting.
(Low dosage)
(High dosage)
Press Start/Stop to exit the settings menu.
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Care and cleaning
Coarse filter
NOTE!
The coarse filter traps larger food particles, which cannot get
past the drainage pump. Empty the coarse filter as necessary.
The dishwasher must not be used without the filter in place!
1 Lift the coarse filter by the handle.
2 Empty the coarse filter. Remember to replace it!
Coarse filter
Diswashing efficiency can be affected if the course filter is incorrectly fitted. After cleaning ensure that filter handle is fully
locked with the handle pointing out of the dishwasher.
Drainage pump
The pump can be accessed from inside the dishwasher.
1 Cut the power to the dishwasher by pulling out the plug from
the wall socket!
2 Remove the coarse filter and pipe section.
3 Remove the small yellow fitted piece at the left of the bottom
drain (see illustration below).
Fine filter
Debris that collects on the fine filter is automatically rinsed away
during each wash. However, the fine filter and its pipe section
should be cleaned a couple of times a year.
1 Turn the handle anticlockwise once.
4 By inserting your finger into the hole you can turn the pump
blade to release anything blocking it.
Fine filter
1x
2 Lift the pipe section straight up by the handle. Free the coarse
filter to clean the pipe section.
3 Remove and clean the fine filter.
4 Replace in reverse order. Check that the edges seal properly
when replacing the fine filter.
Pipe section
5 Reinstall the fitted piece and filters.
6 Plug the machine in again.
If the dishwasher still does not start and a whirring sound is
heard, the overflow protection has been activated.
• Shut off the water.
• Remove the plug from the wall socket.
• Call the service department.
NOTE!
Do not forget to reinstall the fitted piece.
5 Lock the filter in place by turning the handle clockwise to the
stop position. The handle should point straight out from the
dishwasher.
Spray arms
1x
Holes and bearings can sometimes become blocked. Remove
any debris using a pin or something similar. The spray arms also
have holes on their undersides.
To facilitate cleaning, you can remove the spray arms. Remember
to screw them firmly back into place afterwards.
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Door
When cleaning the edge around the door, use only a slightly
damp cloth (with a little cleaner if necessary).
WARNING!
Do not use a spray bottle or the like around the door lock. This
is to ensure that water does not penetrate the door catch and
come into contact with the electrical components.
Lower spray arm
• Pull the lower spray arm straight up to release it.
Upper spray arm
• Pull out the upper basket.
• Unscrew the spray arm bearings counterclockwise to remove
the spray arm from the upper basket.
Top spray arm
• The upper basket must be removed before the top spray arm
can be released. Pull out the upper basket and turn the basket
catch on each runner outwards (see illustration). The basket
can now be removed.
Limescale deposits
The dishwasher tub is made of stainless steel and is kept clean
through normal use. However, if you have hard water, limescale
deposits may form in the dishwasher. If this happens, run the
Normal program program with high temperature and two tablespoons of citric acid in the detergent compartment (with no
dishes in the machine).
Front panel
• Pull out the top cutlery tray. Press the top spray arm up and
unscrew the spray arm bearings counter-clockwise to remove
the spray arm.
Keep the touch buttons clean and free from grease. Wipe them
clean with a dry or slightly damp cloth. Never use cleaners – they
can scratch the surface. Use the On/Left-on mode button to turn
off the dishwasher before cleaning the touch buttons to avoid
activating any buttons unintentionally.
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Troubleshooting
Display
Type of fault
Overfilling
1)
Action
1)
Call the service department.
Water outlet fault 1)
See "Water remains in the dishwasher" in the table
below.
Water inlet fault 1)
Check that the water tap is on.
Check whether dishwasher inlet hose is connected to
a pressure limiting valve (some pressure limiting valves
may restrict the supply of water to the dishwasher).
Inlet valve leakage 1)
Turn off the water tap and call the service department.
Turn off the machine with the On/Left-on mode button and then turn it on again to clear the error message from the display.
Problem
Possible causes
Action
The dishes are not clean.
The spray arms do not rotate.
Remove the arms and clean them.
Check that the dishes are not blocking the
spray arms.
Old detergent. Detergent is a perishable
product.
Avoid large packages.
Incorrect detergent dosage.
Dose according to water hardness. Far too
much or far too little detergent results in
poorer dishwashing results.
Dishwashing program too weak.
Select a higher temperature or a more powerful program.
Dishes loaded incorrectly.
Do not cover porcelain with large bowls or
the like. Avoid placing very tall glasses in the
corners of the baskets.
Glasses and cups have toppled over during Place dishes to sit steady.
the program.
Spots or films on the dishes.
The filter is not correctly fitted.
Screw the filter firmly into place. See the
section Care and cleaning.
Incorrect rinse aid dosage setting.
See the sections Before washing for the first
time and Settings.
Too high temperature and/or too much deter- Wash crystal at a low temperature and with
gent can cause etching on crystal. Unfortu- a conservative amount of detergent. Contact
nately, this cannot be repaired, only prevent- the detergent manufacturer.
ed.
The dishes have a sticky white/blue film.
Rinse aid dosage setting too high.
Reduce the amount. See the sections Before
washing for the first time and Settings. If you
have very soft water, you may want to dilute
the rinse aid 50:50 with water.
Spots on stainless steel or silver.
Some foodstuffs, such as mustard, mayon- Rinse off these types of foodstuffs if not
naise, lemon, vinegar, salt and dressings, starting the dishwasher immediately. Why
can mark stainless steel if left for too long. not use the Rinse & Hold program.
All stainless steel can cause spots on silver Silver and stainless steel items should not
if they come into contact during dishwashing. come into contact during dishwashing.
Aluminium can also cause spots on dishes.
Spots left after washing.
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Lipstick and tea can be difficult to wash off. Use a detergent with a bleaching agent.
Problem
Possible causes
Action
Rattling sound when dishwashing.
The dishes are not correctly placed or the
spray arms are not rotating.
Check that the dishes are placed securely.
Spin the spray arms to make sure they can
rotate.
The dishwasher does not start.
The Start/Stop start button has not been
pressed for long enough.
Press and hold Start/Stop until the display
The door is not properly closed.
Check.
A fuse/circuit breaker has been tripped.
Check.
shows
(the door open symbol). This
indicates that the dishwasher is ready to start.
The plug is not plugged into the wall socket. Check.
The water tap is turned off.
Check.
Overflow/leaks
Check.
A whirring sound (the drainage pump) is
Turn off the water tap. Pull out the plug and
heard from the dishwasher and does not stop call the service department.
when the power is cut with the On/Left-on
mode button.
Check that the Delayed start option has not Press and hold Start/Stop for three seconds
been selected.
if you want to cancel the Delayed start option.
1 minute appears in the display.
The program is taking longer than estimated. None, next time the program is run the corrected time will be displayed.
Water remains in the dishwasher.
Blocked drainage hose.
Loosen the drainage hose where it connects
to the sink unit's water trap. Check that no
debris has fastened. Is the cone-shaped part
of the pipe cut to an inner diameter of at least
14 mm?
Kink in drainage hose.
Check that the hose is free from kinks and
sharp bends.
The filters are blocked.
Clean the coarse and fine filters.
The filter is not locked in completely.
Ensure filter is completely locked with handle
pointing towards the door.
Debris in the drainage pump.
Clean the drainage pump. See the section
Care and cleaning.
Dirt around the seals and in corners.
Clean with washing-up brush and low foaming cleaner.
Bad odour in dishwasher.
Low temperature programs have been select- Run a program with a higher temperature
ed for a prolonged period.
about once a month.
The dishes are not dry enough.
Drying power too low.
Activate the Long dry option.
The dishwasher is not fully loaded.
Fully load the dishwasher.
Rinse aid needs topping up or dosage is set Top up with rinse aid or increase the rinse
too low.
aid dosage. See the sections Before washing
for the first time and Settings.
Open the door a little once the program has
finished.
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Problem
Possible causes
Action
Cannot close door.
The baskets are not correctly positioned.
Check that the baskets are correctly positioned horizontally.
Check that the dishes are not blocking the
baskets from sliding properly into place.
The touch buttons do not react when
pressed.
You have pressed the touch buttons too soon Wait a moment then try again.
after opening the door.
Dirt on the touch buttons.
Clean with a dry or slightly damp cloth.
Open the door until the display lights up. AlIf this symbol appears on the display ternatively, close the door and wait 30 seconds. Then open the door again.
the door is not open enough.
Child lock (button lock) activated.
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See the section Settings.
Technical information
Information for test institute
Energy labelling
Australian standard:
AS/NZS 2007
Number of place settings:
14
Dishwashing programs:
Normal program; Low temperature, Short dry (no options)
The door should be opened upon completion of the drying cycle a distance of 35 mm at V.
V
Program time:
2:20 hours:minutes
Connection:
Cold water 20 °C
Test method for noise measurement: IEC 60704-2-3
Dosages during testing
Detergent:
In accordance with AS/NZS 2007
Prewash:
7.5 gram
Main wash:
25 gram
Rinse aid:
In accordance with AS/NZS 2007
Rinse aid dosage: 5
Loading the dishwasher
Make sure the upper basket is in the lowest position. See the section Upper basket in the chapter Loading the dishwasher.
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
5
4 1 1 1 1
5
1
5
1
2
5
4
4
2
3
4
4
3
3
2
2
3
1
4 1 1 1 1
5
5
5 5
3
3
3
3
3
1
5
3
2
5
2
5
3
2 Dessertspoons
3 Soupspoons
4
4
4
4
1
2
5
4
4
4
1
3
1 Teaspoons
2
4 Forks
5 Knives
4
5
3
3
Remove the top cutlery tray.
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Technical data
Height:
857-912 mm
Width:
596 mm
Depth:
559 mm
Weight:
50 kg 1)
Capacity:
14 Place settings 2)
Water pressure:
0.03–1.0 MPa
0.3–10 kp/cm2
3–100 N/cm2
Electrical connection: See compliance plate
Rated power:
1)
2)
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See compliance plate
Weight can vary due to different specifications.
In accordance with standard, AS/NZS 2007.
Installation
1238
559
596
519
133-183
710
740
861*-912
717
9
[mm]
30
49
30 - 94
*Remove locking nuts for an installed height of 860-861 mm.
Safety instructions
Transport protection for the door
• Connections to electricity, water and drainage must be performed by a qualified professional.
• Always follow applicable regulations for water, drainage and
electricity.
• Take care during installation! Wear protective gloves! There
must always be two people!
• Before screwing the dishwasher into place, test the dishwasher
by running the Rinse & Hold program. Check that the dishwasher fills with water and drains. Check also that none of the
connections leak.
Do not forget to remove the transport protection for the door when
unpacking the dishwasher.
2x
WARNING!
Turn off the water supply when installing the dishwasher!
WARNING!
The plug must be disconnected or power to the socket turned
off while the work is carried out!
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Suggested machine installations
The dishwasher can be installed built-in, completely freestanding
or partially built-in.
A. Built-in
The dishwasher is intended for installation under a worktop. The
recess dimensions are illustrated. Holes for wires/cables need
not be larger than 38 mm in diameter. Make sure the edges of
such holes are even to prevent damage to the drainage and inlet
hoses and the power cable.
Adjust the height and slide the
dishwasher into place
1 Start by measuring the height from the floor to the bottom
edge of the worktop.
2 Measure the height from the floor to the top edge of the dishwasher.
3 Adjust all feet by turning them clockwise to raise or anticlockwise to lower the dishwasher.
[mm]
Min.560
560
24 mm
4 Check that there is an air gap of at least 3 mm between the
underside of the worktop and the top edge of the dishwasher.
5 Tighten the lock nuts (lock nut) on the rear feet.
6 Slide the dishwasher into place.
*Remove locking nuts for an installed height
of 860-861 mm.
• Pull through the drainage and supply hoses when the machine is slid into place.
• Check that the hoses have no kinks or sharp bends, and
check that there is nothing that can damage the hoses.
B. Freestanding
A freestanding dishwasher must be fitted with anti-tip brackets.
This comprises two brackets, which are screwed into place as
illustrated.
The dishwasher is then pushed in so that the brackets engage
the rear feet. Now the dishwasher will not topple if pressure is
put on the open door. If the dishwasher is installed completely
on its own, side panels and a worktop must both be fitted. Accessories can be purchased where you bought the dishwasher.
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7 Make any final adjustments to the front feet (the dishwasher
may lean no more than 5 mm) and tighten the lock nuts.
If you want to install your dishwasher freestanding, skip steps 1,
2 and 4 above.
Drainage connection
WARNING!
A completely freestanding dishwasher must be fitted with antitip brackets.
C. Partially built-in
If the dishwasher is located so that one of its sides is visible, a
side panel must be fitted. Accessories can be purchased where
you bought the dishwasher.
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When the drainage hose is routed to a connection nipple on the
sink unit's water trap (see illustration 1), please note that the hose
must be attached at the same height as the underside of the sink
unit, otherwise dishwater from the sink may flow back into the
dishwasher. The drainage hose is threaded onto the cone-shaped
connection pipe on the sink unit's water trap. The cone-shaped
pipe must be cut to an internal diameter of at least 14 mm. For
other connection alternatives, see illustrations 2 and 3.
The drainage hose may be extended by a maximum of 3 m (the
total length of the drainage hose must not exceed 4.5 m). Any
joins and connecting pipes must have an internal diameter of at
least 14 mm. However, the drainage hose should ideally be replaced with a new hose without joins.
No part of the drainage hose may be more than 950 mm above
the bottom of the dishwasher. The hose must not be routed directly to a floor drain or the like. In such cases, the hose can act as
a siphon and empty the dishwasher.
NOTE!
The hose must always discharge at least 350 mm above the
bottom of the machine.
This may cause F:12 error code/ Water inlet fault to be displayed.
Connecting a dishwasher to the water supply via certain types
of pressure limiting valves may restrict the water supply!
Ensure that the drainage hose has no kinks.
Electrical connection
NOTE!
The hose must be attached at the same height as the underside
of the sink.
Information about the electrical connection can be found on the
compliance plate. This specification must match the electricity
supply.
Dishwashers fitted with a plug must be connected to an earthed
socket.
Figure 1
The electric wall socket must be placed outside of the installation
area to be easily accessible after installing the dishwasher. Do
not use an extension cord!
Min. 14 mm
NOTE!
Max. 950 mm
Figure 2
Min. 350 mm
Repairs and maintenance must be carried out by a qualified
professional.
Screwing the dishwasher into place
Max. 3 m
After fastening the machine, check that the front feet still touch
the floor.
Alt. 1
Max. 950 mm
Alt. 2
Min. 350 mm
Figure 3
Max. 950 mm
Min. 350 mm
Connection to water supply
Use only the supply hose provided with the dishwasher. Do not
re-use old hoses or other spare supply hoses.
The supply pipe must be fitted with a stopcock. The stopcock
must be easily accessible, so that the water can be shut off if the
dishwasher has to be moved.
Once the installation is complete, the stopcock should be opened
to allow the pressure to settle for a while and to check that all
connections are tight.
Connect to cold water...
If you use oil or electricity to heat your home.
Connect to hot water (max. 70 °C)...
If you use district heating, solar power or geothermal power to
heat your home. Choosing a hot water connection cuts program
times and reduces the dishwasher's electricity consumption.
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Adjusting the plinth (only when using
toe kick accessory)
Set the correct plinth depth as follows
* (Not applicable to all models)
The dishwasher is supplied with one or two toe kicks depending
on the model. The table shows which toe kick you should use
depending on the recess height and plinth depth.
Recess height (mm)
Plinth depth (mm)
30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
860
L
870
H H H H H H H H
880
H H H H H H H H
890
H H H H H H H H
900
H H H H H H H H
910
H H H H H H H H
L
Low toe kick
L
L
L
H H H H
1.
700456
700457
702602
700440
700441
702603
(height=90 mm)
H
High toe kick
(height=120 mm)
Recess height
Plinth depth
2.
3.
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ASKO Service
Information about your product
4.
There is a QR code on the compliance plate. Scan the code to
view information about your product.
Contact the service department
Read the chapter Troubleshooting before contacting the service
department. Provide the details on the compliance plate in all
contact. Include the item number (1) and the serial number (2).
5.
QR code
x
x
1
2
ART. NO.:
SERIAL NO.:
6.
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24
2
1
Normal program 4)
Daily wash
1
Lower half wash
Connection to cold water, approx. 20 °C.
Connection to hot water, approx. 60 °C.
The energy label performance figures are based on this program which is recommended for normally soiled load (no options).
3)
4)
0:06
2:25
2:25
2:30
1:50
1:20
0:20
2:25
2:20
3:15
0:15-2:30
2:10-2:50
Consumption values vary depending on the temperature of the incoming water, room temperature, load size, selected options, etc.
--- °C
60 °C
60 °C
50 °C
50 °C
70 °C
30 °C
65 °C
45 °C
60 °C
max. 65 °C
65 °C
Dishwashing
time
(approx.
hrs:min)
0.01
1.2
1.2
0.8
0.9
1.5
0.2
1.3
0.73
1.5
0.5-1.6
1.1- 1.6
0:06
2:05
2:05
2:15
1:35
0:50
0:20
2:10
2:05
3:00
0:15-2:30
2:00-2:40
1)
0.01
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.9
0.1
0.7
0.4
1.0
0.4-1.2
0.7- 1.0
Energy
(approx. kWh)
Hot water 3)
Consumption values
Energy
Dishwashing
(approx. kWh) time
(approx.
hrs:min)
Cold water 2)
2)
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2-3
2-4
Final rinse
temperature
(°C)
1)
Rinse & Hold
55 °C
1
Upper half wash
55 °C
55 °C
40 °C
70 °C
30 °C
60 °C
48 °C
60 °C
max. 65 °C
40-65 °C
Main wash (°C) Number
of rinses
Eco wash
Delicate wash
Hyg Hygiene wash
1
2
Heavy wash
Quick wash
0-2
Time program
Prewashes
1-3
Options
Auto wash
Program
3
14
14
11
14
10
10
13
12.7
19
11-19
13-25
Water consumption
(liter)
Program chart
Your notes
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Your notes
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Your notes
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Quick guide
Load the baskets
1.
(See page 4.)
Do not rinse dishes under running water before loading them in the dishwasher. Simply scrape off
large food particles before loading the dishwasher.
Check that the spray arms can rotate freely
2.
Check also that the water tap is on.
Add detergent
3.
4.
The detergent compartment has one smaller compartment for the prewash and one for the main
wash. (See page 7.)
Press and hold in the On/Left-on mode button until the
display lights up
Check/Add rinse aid
5.
Use rinse aid to achieve good washing and drying results. (See page 4.)
Refill rinse aid indicator.
Select a program and any options
6.
(See page 7.)
7.
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