Dishwasher
Dishwasher
Installation Manual
DDN25400X
DIN25400
USA
Document Number : 15 0630 0100_AA_USA/ 02-03-16.(17:07)
To prevent accidents, which could cause serious injury or death, as well as
machine damage read these instructions before installation and / or use.
INTRODUCTION1
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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1.1 INSPECT THE DISHWASHER
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2. TOOLS WHICH MAY BE NEEDED
3. MATERIALS WHICH MAY BE NEEDED
4. MATERIALS SUPPLIED
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5. DISHWASHER SPECIFICATIONS
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6. ENCLOSURE PREPARATION
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4.1 PARTS SUPPLIED
4.2 MANUAL BAG
4.3 DISHWASHER PARTS BAG 1
4.4 DISHWASHER PARTS BAG 2
4.5 PARTS ATTACHED TO THE REAR OF THE DISHWASHER
5.1 TECHNICAL FEATURES
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6.1 ELECTRICAL PREPARATION
6.2 PREPARATION FOR INSTALLING MOUNTING BRACKETS
6.3 ADJUSTING HEIGHT
6.4 INSTALLING THE SIDE TRIM STRIPS
6.5 PREPARING THE WATER CONNECTION (A)
6.6 DRAIN PREPARATION
6.7 STEAM PROTECTION FOIL
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7. PLACEMENT OF DISHWASHER INTO THE OPENING
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8. INSTALLER CHECKLIST
9. FINAL INSTRUCTIONS
10. SELF HELP HINTS:
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7.1 DRAIN HOSE CONNECTION, WATER SUPPLY & ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
7.2 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
7.3 READJUSTING FOOT LEVELS
7.4 ADJUSTING THE MOVABLE TOE KICK
7.5 INSTALLING THE OUTER DOOR
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INTRODUCTION
Please read this installation manual
and particularly the safety instructions
completely and carefully. They will save you
time and effort and help to ensure optimum
dishwasher performance.
Be sure to observe all listed warnings
and cautions. Look particularly for the
icons with exclamation marks inside. The
information icon also will provide important
references.
NOTICE :
Read these installation instructions
completely before installing and follow
them carefully. Save these installation
instructions and pass them on to any
future user.
WARNING
When installing the dishwasher, follow
basic precautions, including the
following:
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WARNING:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury.
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CAUTION:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in injury.
It may also be used to alert against unsafe
practices.
The dishwasher could only be
converted from cord-connected
to permanently connected by an
authorized service representative.
(If needed contact your dealer to
schedule an authorized service agent
for conversion with an appropriate
conversion kit)
Installation and repair should be
performed by a qualified installer.
Work by unqualified persons could be
dangerous and may void the warranty.
NOTICE :
Notice:
The dishwasher should be installed by an
insured licensed plumber, contractor or
trained installer. Installation performed
by persons other than this could result in
improper installation and property damage.
•• Do not operate the appliance if
damaged, malfunctioning, partially
disassembled or if it has missing or
broken parts.
•• Also follow the safety instructions of
the user manual.
•• To reduce the risk of electric shock,
fire, or injury to persons, the installer
must ensure that the dishwasher is
completely enclosed at the time of
installation.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in damage
to the dishwasher, the table-ware, the
equipment or the environment.
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
In addition to these instructions, the
dishwasher shall be installed:
•• In accordance with all local codes or, in
absence of a local code,
•• In the United States, with the National
Electric Code,
•• In Canada, with the Canadian Electric
Code C22.1-latest edition/Provincial
and Municipal codes and/or local
codes.
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Only connect the dishwasher to the
power supply when all installation and
plumbing work is complete.
If the dishwasher is installed in a
location that experiences freezing
temperatures (e.g. in a vacation home,
cabin, etc.), you must drain all the
water from the dishwasher’s interior.
Water system ruptures that occur as
a result of freezing are not covered by
warranty.
Dishwasher must be secured to
adjacent cabinetry using the brackets
provided. Failure to do this may cause
damage to property or bodily injury.
Connect to a properly rated, protected
and sized power supply circuit to avoid
electrical overload. The dishwasher
is designed for an electrical supply
of 120 V (volts), 60 Hz (hertz), AC,
connected to a dishwasher-dedicated,
properly grounded electrical circuit
with a fuse or breakers rated for 15
amperes. Electrical supply conductors
shall be a minimum of # 16 AWG
copper wire rated at 75 °C (167 °F) or
higher. These requirements must be
met to prevent injury and machine
damage. Consult a qualified electrician
if in doubt.
Do not use any extension cord or
portable outlet device to connect the
dishwasher to a power supply.
Ensure that any plastic wrappings,
bags, small pieces etc. are disposed
of safely and kept out of the reach of
children. Danger of suffocation!
Remove the door to the washing
compartment when removing an old
dishwasher from service or discarding
it. Ensure that the appliance presents
no danger to children while being
stored for disposal.
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Old appliances may contain materials
that can be recycled. Please contact
your local recycling authority about
the possibility of recycling these
materials.
NOTICE :
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The dishwasher drain hose must be
installed with a drain loop at least
28” (710mm) off the cabinet floor;
otherwise the dishwasher may not
drain properly.
This dishwasher is intended for
residential use only, and should not be
used in commercial establishments.
New installation - If the dishwasher is
a new installation, most of the work
must be done before the dishwasher
is moved into place.
Replacement - If the dishwasher is
replacing another dishwasher, check
the existing dishwasher connections
for compatibility with the new
dishwasher, and replace parts as
necessary.
1.1 INSPECT THE DISHWASHER
After unpacking the dishwasher and prior
to installation, thoroughly inspect the
dishwasher for possible freight or cosmetic
damage. Report any damage immediately.
NOTICE :
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Cosmetic defects must be reported
within 10 days of installation.
Do not discard any bags or items that
come with the original package until
after the entire installation has been
completed.
2. TOOLS WHICH MAY BE NEEDED
3. MATERIALS WHICH MAY BE NEEDED
(Additional materials may be required to comply with local codes)
Hot Water Supply Line - Minimum 3/8” O.D. copper tubing or metal braided
dishwasher supply line.
90° elbow with 3/8” N.P.T. male threads on one leg, and sized to fit your
water supply line (copper tubing/compression fitting, or braided hose) on
the other leg.
UL listed conduit connector or strain relief.
Teflon tape or other pipe thread compound to seal plumbing connections.
Shut-off valve and fittings appropriate for hot water supply line (copper
tubing/compression fitting, or braided hose).
Silicone
Glue
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4. MATERIALS SUPPLIED
4.1 PARTS SUPPLIED
Parts for your dishwasher will
come in several plastic bags.
Check your parts bags shown
to make sure you have all the
parts as listed to the left.
4.2 MANUAL BAG
The dishwasher comes with a
manual bag containing:
•• User manual,
•• Installation manual and
4.3 DISHWASHER
PARTS BAG 1
This dishwasher bag comes
with the following parts:
a. Side Trim Strips (Left)
b. Side Trim Strips (Right)
c. Adjusting Wrench
d. Screws Ø 1/8” x 5/8” (Ø
3.5mm x 14mm)
e. Mounting Bracket Left
f. Mounting Bracket Right
g. Spring Clamp
h. Screw Clamp
j. Rubber Connector
k. Toe Kick Bracket - Left
l. Toe Kick Bracket – Right
m. Edge Protector
n. Long Legs
o. Toe Kick (toe kick without
slots)
p. Toe Kick (MODEL
DEPENDING)
r. Toe Kick
s. Plastic Caps
t. Screws Ø 3/16” x 1/4” (Ø
4mm x 6mm)
z. Steam Protection Foil
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4.4 DISHWASHER
PARTS BAG 2
(MODEL DEPENDING)
In addition to the manual bag
and the dishwasher parts bag
(dishwasher models which
can accept a wooden kitchen
door) also come with a door
panel installation kit which
contains:
v. Screws Ø 1/8” x 5/8” (Ø
3.5mm x 14mm)
y. Screws Ø 3/16” x 13/4” (Ø
4mm x 43mm)
4.5 PARTS
ATTACHED TO
THE REAR OF THE
DISHWASHER
a. Side Trim Strips (Left)
b. Side Trim Strips (Right)
o. Toe Kick (toe kick without
slots)
p. Toe Kick (MODEL
DEPENDING)
r. Toe Kick
5. DISHWASHER SPECIFICATIONS
5.1 TECHNICAL FEATURES
Load capacity
Permissible water pressure
Electrical connection
Total power
Heater power
14 place settings
4.35 - 145 psi (0.3 - 10 bars)
120 V (volts), 12 A (amps), 60Hz (hertz)
1400 W (watts)
1240 W (watts)
NOTICE :
Because we continually strive to improve our products, we may change our specifications
and design without prior notice.
This device corresponds to the following directives:
UL 749 Household Dishwasher directive.
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6. ENCLOSURE PREPARATION
6.1 ELECTRICAL PREPARATION
WARNING
The dishwasher is designed for an electrical supply of 120 V, 60 Hz, AC, connected
to a dishwasher-dedicated, properly grounded electrical circuit with a fuse or
breaker rated for 15 amperes.
6.2 PREPARATION FOR
INSTALLING MOUNTING
BRACKETS
WARNING
Dishwasher must be secured to adjacent
cabinetry using the mounting brackets
provided. Failure to do this may cause
damage to property or bodily injury.
Place the two mounting brackets into the
top corners of the dishwasher.
Bend sides of mounting brackets (A) in
order to fix from sides (if necessary).
NOTICE :
For thes model, DIN25400 note
that extra bending should be done
on the brackets as shown.
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6.3 ADJUSTING HEIGHT
Measure the
height of the
enclosure.
6.3.1 INSTALLING THE FOOT
SUPPORTS
Supplied (4)
If the height of the enclosure is 337/16”
to 341/4” (850mm - 870mm) use short
supports as shown in the figure.
Supplied (4)
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If the height of the enclosure is above
341/4” (870mm) use long supports as
shown in the figure.
Adjust the front foot level with the
adjusting wrench to balance and raise the
dishwasher to the enclosure height.
Adjust the rear foot level with a screwdriver
to balance and raise the dishwasher to the
enclosure height.
NOTICE :
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Make sure the dishwasher is plumb
and notice dishwasher can be placed
with a small clearance under the
counter top.
Turning the screwdriver in the
direction of the black arrows will bring
the dishwasher back feet up.
Turning the screwdriver in the
direction of the white arrows will take
the dishwasher rear feet down.
6.4 INSTALLING THE SIDE
TRIM STRIPS
Remove the adhesive tape (Figure A).
Place the trim strips on the front edge of
the side walls (Figure B).
NOTICE :
Make sure you use the correct trim strip
since there is a left and right side strip. The
flexible material should be facing forward
(Figure B).
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6.5 PREPARING THE WATER CONNECTION (A)
Install an easily accessible shut-off valve (not supplied) in the water supply line. All solder
connections must be made before the water line is connected to the dishwasher’s water
inlet valve. Water can also be supplied to the dishwasher by using a flexible braided hose
line.
Check with your plumbing supply sources for the proper hose and 90° elbow and necessary
fittings for the water supply line. This material is not supplied, and must be purchased
separately.
WARNING
Installation should be performed by a qualified installer. Work by unqualified
persons could be dangerous and may void the warranty.
If the dishwasher is installed in a location that experiences freezing temperatures
(e.g. in a vacation home, cabin etc.), you must drain all the water from the
dishwasher’s interior. Water system ruptures that occur as a result of freezing are
not covered by warranty.
6.5.1 INSTALLING THE 90° ELBOW
FITTING (B)
CAUTION
Do not over tighten the 90° elbow. Doing so
may damage the water inlet valve and cause a
water leak.
If the water supply line is to be copper tubing,
make certain that the elbow has a compression
fitting. Apply Teflon tape or other pipe sealant
when required. Orient the water supply
connection downwards as shown in the figure so
the water line can be easily pulled underneath or
on the side of the dishwasher.
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6.6 DRAIN PREPARATION
The dishwasher drain hose may be connected to the drain plumbing in one of three ways
(Figure A, B, C).
NOTICE :
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Either one of the above methods must be used or the dishwasher will not operate
properly.
A hose that attaches to a sink spray can burst if it is installed on the same water
line as the dishwasher. If your sink has one, it is recommended that the hose be
disconnected and the hole plugged.
The total length of the drain hose is 763/4” (1950mm). If a hose extension is required,
a drainage hose of equal quality must be used.
The maximum length must not exceed 157 ½” (4000mm). Otherwise, the cleaning
process is negatively influenced.
6.6.1 UNDER THE SINK DRAIN
Install a Y-branch tail pipe. (Figure A)
NOTICE :
You must add a loop at least 28” (710mm) above the floor of
the cabinet and above the drain connection in the drain hose to
prevent waste water from not draining properly, and causing
either poor washing results or a bad odor.
6.6.2 INSTALLING AN AIR GAP
If the local ordinance requires an air gap (Figure B).
NOTICE :
Check with local ordinance for type of air gap required.
6.6.3 DISPOSAL
Remove the drain connection plug before attaching the drain
hose from the dishwasher.
Every disposal has a hook up for a dishwasher; consult your
disposer manual for correct connection. (Figure C)
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6.7 STEAM PROTECTION FOIL
Steam will form inside the dishwasher during operation. At the end of the cycle, when
the dishwasher door is opened, it is required to use a steam protection foil to prevent any
steam from collecting on the underside of the counter top.
6.6.2 FITTING THE PROTECTION FOIL
Before applying the steam protection foil to the
underside of the countertop, clean the area with
a damp cloth (as shown in Figure A). Once the
area dries, apply the steam protection foil.
The steam protection
foil will be applied at the
location where the hot
steam escapes when you
first open the door (as
shown in Figure B).
CAUTION
Steam protection foil must be applied
where the steam escapes when door is
first opened. Failure to install the steam
protection foil during installation can
lead to damage to the cabinets and
countertop.
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7. PLACEMENT OF DISHWASHER INTO THE OPENING
Now place the dishwasher into the opening and get ready to connect all hoses and
electrical connections.
CAUTION
Make sure all hoses
are pulled through the
side opening of the
cabinet, no hoses are
kinked and all slack is
taken out as shown in
the above figure.
7.1 DRAIN HOSE CONNECTION, WATER SUPPLY & ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS
7.1.1 DRAIN HOSE CONNECTION
Connect the drain hose to the drain plumbing.
1. Use the supplied rubber connection hose and drain hose clamps to connect the
dishwasher drain hose to the plumbing drain connection.
2. Use the spring clamp to secure the rubber connection hose to the dishwasher drain
hose. Use the screw clamp to secure the rubber connection hose to the plumbing
drain connection.
Note that the marks on the
rubber connection hose
should be on the drain hose
side
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NOTICE :
After connections are made turn on the
water supply to check for leaks.
7.2 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
WARNING
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7.1.2 WATER SUPPLY CONNECTION
Water supply may be connected to the
dishwasher in one of two ways:
•• With metal braided hose.
•• With copper tubing.
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7.1.3 BRAIDED HOSE/COPPER
TUBING
After connections are made turn on the
water supply to check for leaks.
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CAUTION
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Hot water supply line: Use minimum
3/8” O.D. copper tubing or metal
braided dishwasher supply line.
Temperatures required for soldering
and sweating will damage the
dishwasher’s water inlet valve so if
any such operation is needed, keep
the heat source min. 77/8” (200mm)
away from the dishwasher’s water
inlet valve.
There should not be any sharp bends
in the water line that may restrict the
water flow.
Teflon tape or pipe tread compound
must be used for sealing the
connection. Before connecting the
copper water supply line to the
dishwasher, flush it with hot water to
clear any foreign material.
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Make sure the voltage and
frequency listed on the data plate
correspond with the household
electrical supply. This data must
correspond to prevent injury
and machine damage. Consult a
qualified electrician if in doubt.
Only connect the dishwasher to
the mains when all installation and
plumbing work is complete.
Do not use any extension cord or
portable outlet device to connect
the dishwasher to a power supply.
The power-supply receptacle for
the appliance shall be installed in a
cabinet or on a wall adjacent to the
undercounter space in which the
appliance is to be installed.
The access hole of the supply cord
to the installation compartment
must be smooth and rounded and
it must be large enough for the
attachment plug to pass through.
The longest dimension of the
opening shall not be more than 1,5”
(38 mm).If the partition is metal, it
needs to be covered with the edge
protector (m).
Care must be taken when the
appliance is installed or removed,
to reduce the likelihood of damage
to the power-supply cord.
7.2.1 GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be grounded. In the
event of a malfunction or breakdown,
grounding will reduce the risk of electric
shock by providing a path of least
resistance for electric current. This
appliance is equipped with a cord having
an equipment-grounding conductor
and a grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into an appropriate outlet that
is installed and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances. This
appliance must be connected to a grounded
metal, permanent wiring system, or an
equipment-grounding conductor must
be run with the circuit conductors and
connected to the equipment-grounding
terminal or lead on the appliance.
WARNING
Improper connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk
of electric shock. Check with a qualified
electrician or service representative if
you are in doubt whether the appliance
is properly grounded. Do not modify
the plug provided with the appliance,
if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
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7.3 READJUSTING FOOT
LEVELS
Now that the dishwasher is in the cabinet
you must readjust the feet to bring the
dishwasher up to the required height and
attach it underneath the countertop.
1. Readjust the front foot levels with
adjusting wrench to balance the
dishwasher and raise it up under the
countertop, make sure the unit is level.
2. Readjust the rear foot levels with a
screwdriver to balance the dishwasher and
raise it to the required height using the
brackets supplied.
3. Attach the dishwasher underneath the
countertop with the four screws supplied
(Ø 1/8” x 1/8” - Ø 3.5mm x 14mm). Make
sure you do not go through the top of the
countertop or damage granite.
NOTICE :
For model, DIN25400, note that you should
keep the total height of the dishwasher at
321/4” (819mm) max.
7.4 ADJUSTING THE MOVABLE TOE KICK
Now that you have successfully installed the dishwasher, you
need to attach the toe kick to the dishwasher. The two piece
toe kick can be adjusted to the height and depth needed for
your kitchen. Be sure to use the slotted toe kick in the front
and the other behind it. They slide into each other.
1.Insert the movable toe kick brackets into the channel (A).
2.Make sure that the plastic tab to the left of the “L” opening
on the dishwasher has not closed the channel you will push
the bracket through.
NOTICE :
Be sure to notice there is a left and a right bracket.
Adjust the toe kick brackets forward or backwards so that they
will align with the kitchen toe kick (B).
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Lock the toe kick brackets as shown with the
plastic tab in the figure C by pushing the plastic
tab on the dishwasher into the teeth of the
bracket (C).
3. Now attach the toe kick to the bracket with the
two (Ø 3/16” x 1/4” - Ø 4mm x 6mm) screws and
the caps provided as follows.
If the enclosure height is below 331/16” (840mm)
use only “o” labelled toe kick (toe kick without
slots). Installation should be done following
the steps illustrated in the Figures A, B and C
respectively.
1. Bend tabs on toe kick (o) inwards (A).
2. Secure toe kick to brackets with screws (t) as
shown in the supply bags (B).
3. Attach caps (s) as shown in the supply bags (C).
If the enclosure height is above 331/16” (840mm)
use “o” and “p” labelled toe kicks together. Make
sure the slotted toe kick “p” is on the outside so
you can adjust height of the toe kick. Installation
should be done following the steps illustrated in
the figures A, B and C respectively.
1. Align the toe kick (o) and (p) (A).
2. Secure toe kicks to brackets with screws (t)
after adjusting the height of the slotted toe kick
(p) (B).
3. Attach caps (s) as shown in the supply bags (C).
If the enclosure height is above 341/4” (870mm)
use “o” and “r” labelled toe kicks together. Make
sure the slotted toe kick “r” is on the outside so
you can adjust height of the toe kick. Installation
should be done following the steps illustrated in
the figures A, B and C respectively.
1. Align the toe kick (o) and (r) (A).
2. Secure toe kicks to brackets with screws (r)
after adjusting the height of the slotted toe kick
(t) (B).
3. Attach caps (s) as shown in the supply bags (C).
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7.5 INSTALLING THE OUTER DOOR
(DIN25400)
Measure the height and width of the enclosure
(Figure A) and the toe kick. Determine how big the
wooden door can be. For example if the height
is 337/8” (860mm) and if the toe kick is 315/16”
(100mm) the door can not be taller than 2915/16”
(760mm).
1. Prepare the wooden door with the
mounting brackets.
Height : Height of the wooden door
28” (711mm)
Width : 23 ¼” to 23 ½” (592mm 595mm)
Thickness
: ¾ “ (19mm)
2. To take the plastic bracket out,
remove the screws on it. Screws will
be used in 5th step again. (Figure B).
3. Mark the wooden door as shown in
the drawing (Figure C).
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4. Place the plastic mounting brackets over the
marked holes and the side tabs must be flush with
the edge of the wooden door (Figure D).
5. Attach the two mounting brackets to the
wooden door with 4 screws (Ø 1/8” x 5/8” (Ø
3.5mm x 14mm) (Figure A).
6. Mount the wooden door onto the dishwasher
with the plastic mounting brackets which you
have attached (Figure B).
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7. Open the door and remove the two caps and
two screws inside the door at position 1 and 3
(Figure C).
8. Using the four screws Ø 3/16” x 111/16” (Ø
4mm x 43mm) provided, attach the wooden door
to the dishwasher at position 1 and 3 (Figure A).
9. Check the position of the wooden door and
make sure it is aligned properly (Figure B).
10. Tighten the screws in position 1 and 3
completely after the final alignment (Figure C).
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11. Check whether the
bottom of the door hits
the toe kick of the kitchen
cabinet (A).
11.1. If the door hits the
toe kick cut the necessary
section out of the toe kick
(B).
11.2. Apply silicon or sealant
to the cut edge of the
kitchen cabinet toe kick or
paint so it does not absorb
moisture.
ADJUSTING DOOR TENSION WITH CUSTOM WOODEN DOOR
(DIN25400)
Check the door tension of the
dishwasher: If the door closes
too quickly or if the door falls
open, the spring tension needs
to be adjusted.
The adjustment screws can
be found on the front of the
dishwasher after you open the
door (see drawing).
Adjust the spring tension by
turning the screw to the right
for more weight and to the left
for less weight (Figure C).
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NOTICE :
If you have a European kitchen or want to install a wooden toe kick to match your kitchen,
please refer to one of the two drawings given below. Follow the same instructions on the
brackets as for the removable toe kick.
Installation should be done following the steps illustrated in the figures A, B, C, D
respectively.
See also page 14
See also page 19
NOTICE :
The installer is responsible for the dishwasher installation. Incorrect installation is not
covered by the warranty.
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8. INSTALLER CHECKLIST
Your installer must have completed and
checked the following:
•• The dishwasher is square and level.
•• The dishwasher is fastened securely
to the cabinetry.
•• The dishwasher door opens and closes
freely. The dishwasher door must
close without hitting any cabinetry or
counter top.
•• The inlet water supply is turned on
and checked for leaks.
•• The drain hose has been connected
and checked for leaks. There must be
no kinks or obstructions in the drain
hose.
•• The drain hose must be installed
with a 28" (710mm) high drain loop
for drain hook-ups without any air
removed.
•• If the dishwasher drain is hooked up to
a garbage disposal, the drain hopper
plug must be removed.
•• The spray arms are free and rotate
freely.
•• The rinse cycle has been run.
•• The water level will be below the
filter screen after the end of the wash
program. It is normal to find some
water in the drain filter area.
9. FINAL INSTRUCTIONS
1. Press the On/Off button to turn the
dishwasher on.
2. Power indicator light comes on.
3. Use the Program Select button to
choose a washing program.
4. Start the program with the Start/
Pause/Cancel button.
5. Run the dishwasher through one
complete cycle. When the wash cycle
is completed, use the On/Off button to
turn the dishwasher off.
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10. SELF HELP HINTS:
The screen does not come on:
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Check to make sure the breaker to the
dishwasher is in the on position.
Check to make sure that the Supply
cord is plugged.
No Water is coming into the dishwasher:
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Check to make sure the hot water
shut-off is in the ON position.
Water does not drain:
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Make sure drain hose is not kinked or
comes out of air gap next to the sink.
Remove drain hose from disposal
making sure plug is removed.
NOTICE :
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If your dishwasher is not operating
properly after following these steps:
Contact your dealer to schedule an
authorized service agent to inspect
your new dishwasher for any function
related failure.
The manufacturer warranty does
not cover installation, conversion or
customer education service visits.
You will find the model and serial number
information on the label located on the
right-hand side of the inner door of your
dishwasher, as shown above.
NOTICE :
Please make a copy of your invoice and
keep it with this manual and register your
dishwasher on-line.
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