CH,CHP,CK user and install guide
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
USER GUIDE
Dishwasher
DW60CH, DW60CHP and DW60CK
models
NZ AU
CONTENTS
Safety and warnings
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Installation instructions
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Introduction
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Using your dishwasher - quick reference
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CH & CHP models
Controls and starting a wash
Setting a Delayed start
User preference settings
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CK models
Controls and starting a wash
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Setting Delay start
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Changing Wash options
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User preference settings
Caring for your dinnerware
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Loading
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Water hardness and dishwashing
35
Wash programmes and detergent quantities
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Adding detergent
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Using rinse aid
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After the wash
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Care and cleaning
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Fault codes
42
Trouble shooting
43
Warranty and service
46
Wash prograrmme data
48
Standards test
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IMPORTANT!
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The models shown in this user guide may not be available in all markets and are subject
to change at any time. For current details about model and specification availability in
your country, please go to our website www.fisherpaykel.com or contact your local
Fisher & Paykel dealer.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
Your dishwasher has been carefully designed to operate safely during normal
dishwashing procedures. Please keep the following instructions in mind when you are
using your dishwasher.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING! When using your dishwasher, follow basic precautions, including the
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following:
Read all instructions before using the dishwasher.
The information in this manual must be followed to minimise the risk of fire or
explosion or to prevent property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
Use the dishwasher only for its intended function as described in this user guide.
This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar applications such as:
– staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments;
– farm houses;
– by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments;
– bed and breakfast type environments.
Use only detergents or rinse aid recommended for use in a domestic dishwasher and
keep them out of reach of children.
Check that the detergent dispenser is empty after the completion of each wash
program.
When loading items to be washed, locate sharp items so that they are not likely to
damage the dishwasher and load sharp knives with the handle up to reduce the risk of
cut-type injuries.
Do not touch the filter plate (the metal disc in the dishwasher base) during or
immediately after use, as it may be hot from the heater plate underneath.
Do not tamper with the controls.
Do not abuse, sit in, stand on the door or dish rack of the dishwasher.
Do not lean on the adjustable racks or use them to support your body weight.
To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow children to play in or on the dishwasher.
Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot water heater system
that has not been used for two weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE. If the
hot water system has not been used for such a period, before using the dishwasher,
turn on all hot water taps and let the water flow from each for several minutes. This
will release any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas is flammable, do not smoke or
use an open flame during this time.
Remove the door to the washing compartment when removing an old dishwasher
from service or discarding it.
Some dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline. They can be extremely dangerous
if swallowed.
Avoid contact with the skin and eyes and keep children away from the dishwasher
when the door is open. Check that the detergent receptacle is empty after completion
of the wash cycle.
SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Installation
This dishwasher must be installed and located in accordance with the Installation
instructions before it is used.
If you did not receive Installation instructions with your dishwasher, you can order
them by calling your Authorised Repairer or download them from our local Fisher &
Paykel website, listed on the back cover.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified technician.
If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a dealer or Authorised
Repairer or a similar qualified trades person in order to avoid a hazard.
Ensure the dishwasher is placed between cabinetry. Failure to do so may result in an
unstable product, which may cause damage or injury.
Do not operate this appliance if it is damaged, malfunctioning, partially disassembled
or has missing or broken parts, including a damaged power supply cord or plug.
Do not store or use petrol, or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity of
the dishwasher.
Connect to a properly rated, protected and sized power supply circuit to avoid
electrical overload.
Make sure that the power supply cord is located so that it will not be stepped on,
tripped over or otherwise subject to damage or stress.
Do not install or store the dishwasher where it will be exposed to temperatures below
freezing or exposed to weather.
Do not use an extension cord or a portable electrical outlet device (e.g. multi-socket
outlet box) to connect the dishwasher to the power supply.
This appliance must be earthed. In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, earthing
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-earthing conductor and
a earthing plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is installed
and earthed in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
WARNING - Improper connection of the equipment-earthing conductor can result in
a risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or service representative
if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is properly earthed. Do not modify
the plug provided with the appliance; if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified technician. If the dishwasher is installed as a permanently
connected appliance, please follow the earthing instructions:
EARTHING INSTRUCTIONS - This appliance must be connected to a earthed metal,
permanent wiring system, or an equipment-earthing conductor must be run with the
circuit conductors and connected to the equipment-earthing terminal or lead on the
appliance.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Maintenance
Disconnect the appliance from the power supply before any cleaning or maintenance.
When disconnecting the appliance pull the plug rather than the power supply cord or
junction of cord to avoid damage.
Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance or attempt any servicing unless
specifically recommended in this user guide.
We recommend that you contact Customer Care to arrange service. See your ‘Service
and warranty’ booklet for contact details.
Keep the floor around your appliance clean and dry to reduce the possibility of
slipping.
Keep the area around/underneath your appliance free from the accumulation of
combustible materials, such as lint, paper, rags and chemicals.
Operational
Open the door very carefully if the dishwasher is in operation. There is a risk of being
sprayed with hot water. Do not open the door fully until the spray arms have stopped
rotating.
The door should not be left in the open position as this could present a tripping
hazard.
The water inside the dishwasher is not suitable for drinking.
Always press the
button to pause and wait a few seconds before opening the
drawer.
The dishwasher must be used with the filter plate, drain filter and spray arm(s) in
place. To identify what these parts are, see drawings in section ‘‘Care and Cleaning’
of this user guide.
Do not operate this dishwasher if it is damaged, malfunctioning, partially
disassembled or has missing or broken parts, including a damaged power supply cord
or plug.
Children of less than 8 years old must be kept away from the appliance unless
continuously supervised. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years
and above, and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or
lack of experience and knowledge, if they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way and they understand the hazards
involved.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be done by children without supervision.
Do not allow children to play inside, on or with this appliance or any discarded
appliance.
If a dishwasher cleaner is used, we would strongly recommend a wash program
with detergent should be run immediately afterward, to prevent any damage to the
dishwasher.
The dishwasher is designed for washing normal household utensils. Items that are
contaminated by petrol, paint, steel or iron debris, corrosive, acidic or alkaline
chemicals are not to be washed in the dishwasher.
If the dishwasher is not being used for long periods of time, turn the electricity and
water supply to the dishwasher off.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Before you start
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Safety and compliance
These instructions are intended as a guide only. It is the responsibility of the installer
to ensure that installation complies with applicable regulations and local government
by-laws.
Installation must be performed by a suitably qualified person. Incorrect installation or
malfunctioning resulting from incorrect installation are not covered by warranty.
Carefully read through the ‘Safety and warnings’ section of this document.
The dishwasher must not be connected to the electrical supply while it is being installed.
Ensure all domestic wiring is properly earthed.
If an old appliance is being replaced, make sure it is disposed of properly. To avoid
children getting trapped or injured while playing with an old appliance, ensure you
remove any doors, door locks and cables from it.
In order to ensure that the dishwasher is stable, it must be installed under a continuous
surface which is attached to adjacent cupboards.
Unpacking and handling
Check packaging and dishwasher for signs of transport damage. If the dishwasher is in
any way damaged, do not install it. Contact the dealer the dishwasher was purchased
from.
Disposal of packaging: some of the packaging is recyclable. Check the symbols and
labels and recycle if possible.
Never lift the dishwasher from the door handle or the top panel. Doing so may cause
damage.
Always be careful with the hoses and power cord at the back of the dishwasher. Careful
handling will prevent damage and malfunction from squashing, kinking or cuts.
While installing the dishwasher, check the drain hose is not restricted or kinked.
Connections and services
Check that the power cord is long enough to reach the outlet. If it isn’t, it must be
replaced by a Fisher & Paykel authorised technician. Extension cords or multi-outlet
power boards should not be used to connect the dishwasher to the power supply.
Check that the hoses are long enough to reach the services. If a hose needs extending,
ensure that the extension hose is new and of equal quality and diameter to the one
already fitted. Note: the drain hose should not be longer than 4 m, as a longer drain
hose will cause reduced performance.
The dishwasher should not be connected to a water system where the temperature
exceeds 60oC, or where there is no temperature control, e.g. wetback system, unless the
system is fitted with a suitable tempering valve.
The dishwasher must not be connected to an undersink high-pressure “push-through”
type hot water system, as damage to the system will result.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Technical data
Check the electrical data on the rating label (located on the left-hand side of the
dishwasher’s stainless steel inner door). Should the data on the rating label be different
to those specified below, consider those on the rating label as correct.
DW60CH/CHP
DW60CK
Capacity
14 standard place settings
14 standard place settings
Mains water
pressure
0.03-1 MPa (= 0.3-10 bar)
0.03-1 MPa (= 0.3-10 bar)
Power voltage
230-240 V (50 Hz)
220-240 V (50 Hz)
Maximum current
intensity
10 A
10 A
Total absorbed
power
1900-2050 W
1720-2050 W
DW60CHW/DW60CHPW
DW60CHX/DW60CHPX
DW60CKW
DW60CKX
Colour
White
Stainless Steel
Anti-flood protection
This dishwasher has anti-flood protection, which will stop the water flowing in the event
of a leak within the machine.
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Product and cabinetry dimensions
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A
D
F
B
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Product Dimensions
mm
A Overall height of product
with top panel in place
with top panel removed*
850 (min) -870 (max)**
820 (min) -840 (max)**
B Overall width of product
598
C Overall depth of product
612
D Depth of open door
595
(measured from front of kickstrip)
Cabinetry Dimensions
E Inside height of cavity
with top panel in place
with top panel removed*
855 (min) -875 (max)**
825 (min) -845 (max)**
F min. inside width of cavity
600
G min. inside depth of cavity
605
* The top panel may be removed to suit underbench cavity height. See instructions further below.
**Depending on feet height adjustment.
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Preparing the product and cabinetry
The top panel may be removed to suit underbench cavity height. See the illustrations
below.
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IMPORTANT!
To prevent possible steam damage to the cabinetry, ensure that any bare wood
surrounding the dishwasher is sealed with an oil-based paint or moisture-proof
polyurethane.
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Services can be located either side of the dishwasher.
Ensure that the services hole has a minimum diameter of 50 mm.
mm
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Levelling and positioning the dishwasher
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Before sliding the dishwasher into position, adjust the feet with a spanner (1) to ensure
that the dishwasher is level (2) and the required height.
Do not lift the dishwasher from the door handle or top panel.
Position the dishwasher in the cavity, ensuring that the hoses and power cord don’t get
bent, crimped, or trapped under the dishwasher in the process (3).
We recommend that you adjust the feet so that the dishwasher sits securely under the
bench top so that it doesn’t tip.
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3
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Plumbing -- Waste connection
These drainage options are designed to eliminate problems that occur with combined
sink-dishwasher waste systems.
Drainage option A: Separate sink and dishwasher waste systems
The standpipe must have a minimum diameter of 38 mm and stand 750 mm above the
floor.
Use the supplied drain hose support to hold the drain hose in place in the standpipe.
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IMPORTANT!
We do not recommend connecting the drain hose or drain pipe directly to a built-in
waste disposal unit.
Waste disposal
unit (optional)
min.
120
mm
min.
750 mm
Waste
min.38 mm
min.
750 mm
Water
Waste
min. 200 mm
Power outlet with
disconnection switch
Hose supplied
Drainage option B: Combined sink and dishwasher waste systems
When connecting the drain hose to a sink trap with a drain hose spigot, make sure
that the drain hose is supported to the height of the bench.
Ensure the drain spigot has a minimum hole diameter of 15 mm and it has been drilled
out.
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Ensure drain hose is supported to
height of bench
Waste
Hose supplied
Water
min. 200 mm
Power outlet with
disconnection switch
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Plumbing -- Water inlet connection
IMPORTANT!
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The appliance should be connected to the water main using the new water inlet hose
supplied. Old hoses should not be used.
Do not shorten the inlet hose.
1 Take note of water connection requirements.
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The dishwasher has a single valve water connection.
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We recommend a cold water connection for best performance and energy efficiency.
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The incoming water temperature should not exceed 25oC.
2 Take note of the permitted water pressure extremes.
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Lowest: 0.3 bar = 3 N/cm2 = 30kPa
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Where pressure is below 1 bar, contact a qualified plumber.
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Highest: 10 bar = 100 N/cm2 = 1MPa
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Where pressure is above 10 bar, a pressure reduction valve must be installed. Contact
a qualified plumber.
3 Connect the water inlet hose to an accessible water tap with a 3/4” BSP connector.
Ensure that there is no kink in the inlet hose that could restrict the flow of water. A 90o
bend requires a minimum height of 200 mm for a kink-free curve.
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Ensure incoming water is clear. If the water pipes have not been used for a long
period of time, let the water run to make sure it is clear with no impurities. Not doing
so may result in the water inlet hose getting blocked and damaging the appliance.
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If required, use a filter insert to filter out deposits from the piping. The filter insert is
available from your Authorised Service Centre or Customer Care.
4 Tighten the hose coupling a further half turn after seal contact.
5 Check that the connection does not leak.
min.
10 mm
3/4” BSP connector
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Electrical connection
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The dishwasher must not be connected to the electrical supply while installation is
being carried out. Ensure all domestic wiring is properly earthed.
Check the rating label (located on the left-hand side of the dishwasher’s stainless steel
inner door) and ensure that the voltage and frequency values for the current in the
house correspond to those on the rating label.
Insert the plug into a properly earthed power outlet that has a disconnection switch.
IMPORTANT!
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The earthing of the appliance is a safety requirement mandated by law.
If the power cord is not long enough to reach the outlet or the outlet to which the
appliance must be connected is not appropriate for the plug, the entire dishwasher
power cord must be replaced. This should only be done by a Fisher & Paykel
authorised technician. Do not modify or cut the plug. Do not use an adaptor,
extension cord, or multi-outlet power board to connect the dishwasher to the power
supply, as these could cause overheating and create a fire hazard.
The outlet into which the dishwasher is plugged must remain easily accessible (e.g.
in an adjacent cabinet) even when the appliance is installed. This is to ensure that
the dishwasher can be disconnected from the power supply for safe cleaning and
maintenance.
Installer final checklist
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Check that the door opens and closes freely without resistance to adjacent cabinetry.
Check that the plug is accessible.
Check that the dishwasher is level. If necessary, adjust the levelling feet slightly. To
ensure optimum performance, the diswasher should not be inclined more than 2o.
Check with a spirit level.
Check the operation of the dishwasher:
Press
to turn the dishwasher on.
Select the Rinse programme.
CH & CHP models: Press
until Rinse is selected.
CK models: Press ‘Program’ button to scroll to ‘Rinse’
Press
to start the Rinse programme.
Can you hear the dishwasher filling?
When the Rinse programme is over (approx. 20 minutes), check that the water has
drained.
If a fault code appears, see the ‘Fault codes’ section of the User guide for advice.
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INTRODUCTION
Before you start
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Make sure the installer has completed the ‘Final checklist’ in the Installation instructions.
Read this guide, taking special note of the ‘Safety and warnings’ section.
Remove all packaging and check you have the accessories listed below.
Utensil tray
Upper basket
Upper spray arm
Lower basket
Door seal
Rating label
Detergent and rinse aid
dispensers
Cutlery basket
(not shown)
Lower spray arm
Filters
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USING YOUR DISHWASHER – QUICK REFERENCE
Starting a wash
1 Remove food scraps and load dishes carefully
For more detail, see sections
‘Caring for your dinnerware’
‘Loading’
2 Add detergent
For more detail, see sections
‘Water hardness and dishwashing’
‘Wash programmes and detergent quantities’
‘Adding detergent’
3 Turn power on (also check water is turned on)
For more detail, see section
‘Controls and starting a wash’
4 Check rinse aid level, refill if necessary
For more detail, see section
‘Using rinse aid’
5 Check that nothing obstructs the spray arms, then
close the door firmly
CH & CHP models
6 Select wash programme
For more detail, see section
CK models
‘Controls and starting a wash’
‘Wash programmes and detergent quantities’
7 Start wash OR set Delay start
For more detail, see section
‘Controls and starting a wash’
‘Setting Delay start’
After the wash
8 Open the door slightly and leave ajar to help drying
For more detail, see section
‘After the wash’
9 Once cooled, unload dishes carefully
For more detail, see section
‘After the wash’
!0 Check condition of dishwasher, clean if necessary
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CONTROLS AND STARTING A WASH - CH & CHP MODELS
ALL CH
MODELS

On/Off and
Keylock
Delay
start
Display
Keylock
indicator
Control panel feature
ACTION TO TAKE
On/Off
Turns the power to the
dishwasher on and off.
briefly to turn the
Press
dishwasher on and off.
Keylock
This disables all the
buttons so a wash cannot
accidentally be
started e.g. by children
playing, someone leaning
against the control panel, or
during cleaning.
To activate or cancel
Keylock, press and hold
until the Keylock indicator
comes on.
Delay
start
Delay start is useful if you
want to set your dishwasher
to start a wash programme
automatically later (e.g.
while you are away from
home).
To set Delay start, press
the Delay button until the
display shows the desired
delay time (in hours).
You may set the delay for
up to 12 hours.
Display
This shows:
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the remaining wash time in hours:minutes
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the delay time in hours (if Delay start is set)
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fault codes
Keylock
indicator
This will light up when the
control panel is locked.
The indicator will flash if
any button is pressed while
the control panel is locked.
Rinse aid
indicator
This will light up when the
rinse aid level is low.
When the indicator
lights up, refill rinse aid.
See ‘Using rinse aid’ for
instructions.

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Rinse aid
indicator
CONTROLS AND STARTING A WASH - CH & CHP MODELS
CH MODELS
ONLY
Programme
selector
Programme
indicators
Start/Pause
Programme
selector
Programme
indicators
Start/Pause
CHP MODELS
ONLY
To select and start a wash programme
1 Press
to turn the dishwasher on. The display will flash.
2 Press
until the indicator of the desired programme lights up.
3 Press
to start the programme.
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The display will stop flashing and the dishwasher will start.
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The display will show the approximate time remaining.
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Note: the dishwasher will remember the last programme used.
To pause and restart a wash programme
1 Press
to pause the programme. The display will flash.
2 Open the door very slowly.
IMPORTANT!
There is a risk of being sprayed with hot water. Do not fully open the door until the
spray arms have stopped rotating.
3 Load, remove, or rearrange any dishes if needed
4 Press
to restart the programme.
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CONTROLS AND STARTING A WASH - CH & CHP MODELS
WASH PROGRAMME
DESCRIPTION
Auto (CHP models only)
Senses the optimal wash programme for your
dishes.
Heavy
A wash for heavily soiled dishes.
Normal
A wash for your everyday dishes.
Normal Eco
Helps you save energy and water for normal
soiled dishes.
Fast
A fast wash for lightly soiled dishes.
Rinse
Prevents food from drying on dishes.
Delicate (CH models only)
For all your heat sensitive dishes and
glassware.
To cancel a wash programme once it has started
1 Press
to pause the programme.
2 Press
to turn the dishwasher off.
The programme has now been cancelled. If you wish, you can start a different one. Note:
you may need to refill the detergent dispenser.
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SETTING A DELAYED START - CH & CHP MODELS
Delay start
This feature can delay the start of a wash programme from 1 to 12 hours.
To activate Delay start:
Load the dishes, add detergent and close the door.
Press
to turn the dishwasher on.
Select the wash programme.
Press Delay. The display will change to  (the  will flash). Press the button again until
the display shows the required delay (each press increases the delay by 1 hour up to 12
hours).
5 Press
to begin the Delay start.
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2
3
4
The  will stop flashing. The display will show the countdown in hours. The wash
programme will automatically start when the delay time is over.
To cancel Delay start, press
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Keylock
This feature disables all the buttons on the dishwasher.
To activate Keylock, press and hold
that Keylock has been activated.
until the Keylock indicator will light up to indicate
The display will remain on (if no programme has been started it will continue to flash
while the control panel is locked).
To cancel Keylock, press and hold
that Keylock has been cancelled.
until the Keylock indicator goes out to indicate
If any other buttons are pressed while Keylock is activated, the the Keylock indicator will
flash for a few seconds.
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USER PREFERENCE SETTINGS - CH & CHP MODELS
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These allow you to:
Adjust the Rinse aid level.
Turn the Beeps on or off.
To adjust the Rinse Aid level
1 Press
to turn the dishwasher on.
2 To enter the User preference settings, press and hold Delay and
together until:
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The display shows the current Rinse Aid setting (the default is ).
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CH model: The Heavy indicator will flash and the Normal indicator will be steadily lit.

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CHP model: The Auto indicator will flash and the Heavy indicator will be steadily lit.

3 Press Delay to change the Rinse Aid setting in steps between
and  (maximum dispense).
4 To exit the Rinse Aid menu, press
.
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 (minimum dispense)
USER PREFERENCE SETTINGS - CH & CHP MODELS
To turn the Beeps on or off
1 Make sure the dishwasher is on.
2 To enter the User preference settings, press and hold Delay and
together until:
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The display shows the current Rinse Aid setting.
3 Press
to scroll to the Beeps menu.
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The display will show  (Beeps off) or  (Beeps on).
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CH model: The Normal indicator will flash and the Heavy indicator will be steadily lit.

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CHP model: The Heavy indicator will flash and the Auto indicator will be steadily lit.

4 Press Delay to toggle between Beeps off () and Beeps on ()
5 Press
to select the setting and return to the programme display.
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CONTROLS AND STARTING A WASH - CK MODELS
Power/Keylock
Start/Pause
Press to power on or off
or press and hold until the
keylock indicator comes on/goes
out to activate/cancel Keylock
Press to start or
pause a wash
programme
Program
Options
Press to scroll
through wash
programmes.
Press
to scroll
through
wash
options
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Wash programme
indicators
Delay start
indicator
Programme
status indictors
If lit:
programme is
active.
If lit: Delay start
is set (in hours)
If lit: shows
current stage in
wash cycle.
Rinse Aid
indicator
Option
indicator
If lit: Rinse
Aid requires
filling.
If lit: Option
is selected
Display
Shows wash
programme
time, delay
time or fault
codes.
Keylock
indicator
If lit: Keylock
is active.
Auto
Press to
select
Auto wash
programme
Delay
Press
to set
Delayed
start.
CONTROLS AND STARTING A WASH - CK MODELS
To start a wash programme
to turn the dishwasher on.
1 Press and hold
2 Check that the wash programme displayed is the one you would like to use. If not, see
section ‘Changing the wash programme.’
3 Once the display shows the programme you would like to use, press
to start. The
display will show the approximate time remaining and the stage of the wash.
Note: the dishwasher will remember the last programme used.
To pause and restart a wash programme
1 Press
to pause the programme. The programme status (eg ‘Wash’) will flash while the
dishwasher is paused.
2 Open the door very slowly.
IMPORTANT!
There is a risk of being sprayed with hot water. Do not fully open the door until the
spray arms have stopped rotating.
3 Load, remove, or rearrange any dishes if needed.
4 Press
to restart the programme.
If the dishwasher is not restarted within 7 minutes, it will then beep every few seconds
until the cycle is restarted.
Changing the wash programme
Note: The dishwasher will remember the last programme used.
WASH PROGRAMME
DESCRIPTION
Auto
Senses the optimal wash programme for your dishes
Heavy
A wash for heavily soiled dishes
Normal
A wash for your everyday dishes
Normal Eco
Helps you save energy and water for normal
soiled use
Fast
A fast wash for lightly soiled dishes
Gentle
For all your heat sensitive dishes
Hygiene
A wash for sanitising your dishes
Rinse
Prevents food from drying on dishes
to turn the dishwasher on.
1 Press
2 Press Program to scroll to the desired wash programme.
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The display will show the wash programme time.
3 Select a wash option (optional)
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Press the ‘Options’ buttons to scroll between ‘Intensive’, ‘1/2 Load’ or off
(see ‘Selecting Wash options’).
4 Press
to start the wash programme.
At the end of the programme the dishwasher will beep. The Clean indicator will remain
lit and the display will show . After 30 seconds the display will turn off.
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CONTROLS AND STARTING A WASH - CK MODELS
To cancel a wash programme once it has started
1 Press
to cancel the programme.
If you wish, you can start a different programme. Note: you may need to refill the
detergent dispenser.
If you do not want to start another programme press
to turn the dishwasher off.
Keylock
This feature disables all the buttons on the dishwasher.
To activate Keylock, press and hold
To cancel Keylock, press and hold
until the Keylock indicator
until the Keylock indicator
lights up.
goes out.
If any other buttons are pressed while Keylock is activated, the Keylock indicator
flash.
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SETTING DELAY START - CK MODELS
This feature can delay the start of a wash programme by 1 to 12 hours.
1 Load the dishes, add detergent and close the door.
2 Press
to turn the dishwasher on.
3 Check that the display shows the wash programme you require. If not, see instructions
for ‘Changing the wash programme’.
4 Press Delay. The
symbol will light up. The display will show the delay time (hours).
5 Press Delay again to select the number of hours you wish to delay the wash by
(1hr - 12hr in hour steps).
Note: press and hold Delay to scroll more quickly to your desired delay time.
6 Press
to start the countdown. The display will countdown in hours. The wash
programme will automatically start when the delay time is over.
To set Delay start with Auto
1 Load the dishwasher and press
to turn it on.
2 Set the Delay (follow steps 4 & 5 above).
3 Press Auto.
-The dishwasher will automatically start the Auto cycle when the delay time is over.
To cancel Delay start, press
Press
to cancel the delay and the selected programme.
again to turn the dishwasher off or select a new programme.
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CHANGING THE WASH OPTIONS - CK MODELS
Along with selecting the wash programme you may select the additional option of
either Half Load or Intensive wash.
Half load Option
If you don’t have a full load, you can choose to use the 1/2 load option.
This may be useful if, for example, you only wish to wash the breakfast dishes. The
dishes should fill only half the dishwasher, but may be placed in both upper and lower
baskets.
1 Press
to turn the dishwasher on.
2 Press Program to select the wash programme.
Note: we do not recommend you use 1/2 load with Fast or Rinse wash programmes.
3 Press Options to scroll to 1/2 load.
4 Press
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to start the wash programme.
SETTING DELAY START - CK MODELS
Intensive wash Option
This option uses a more intensive water spray from the bottom spray arm. Use this
option if you have a few more heavily soiled dishes. Place the more heavily soiled dishes
on the bottom rack.
1 Make sure the dishwasher is on.
2 Press Program to select the dishwashing programme you wish to use.
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Note: We do not recommend using the Intensive option with the Gentle programme.
3 Press Options to scroll to the Intensive option.
4 Press
to start.
Using the Auto programme
When selecting Auto the dishwasher senses the optimal wash programme for your
dishes. You may use Auto with delayed start, 1/2 load and Intensive options.
1 Press
to turn the dishwasher on.
2 Select any Options and / or Delay start.
3 Press Auto.
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If no Delay start has been set the dishwasher will start immediately and the display
will show the approximate time of the wash programme in hours.
If Delay start has been set the dishwasher will countdown (see ‘Setting a delayed
start’).
To cancel Auto, press
programme, or press
. Auto is now cancelled and you may select another wash
again to turn the dishwasher off.
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USER PREFERENCE SETTINGS - CK MODELS
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These allow you to:
Turn the rinse aid on or off
Turn the beeps on or off.
To turn the Rinse Aid on or off
1 Press
to turn the dishwasher on.
2 Press and hold Options and Delay together until the display shows the current Rinse Aid
setting.
3 Press Delay to scroll between  (minimum dispense) to
or  (rinse aid off). The default setting is .
4 Press Option once to enter the Beeps on/off menu.
5 Press
to exit the User preference menu.
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 (maximum dispense)
USER PREFERENCE SETTINGS - CK MODELS
To turn the Beeps on or off
1 Make sure the dishwasher is on.
2 Press and hold Options and Delay together until the display shows the current Rinse Aid
setting.
3 Press Options to scroll to the Beeps menu
4 Press Delay to toggle between Beeps On () and Beeps Off ()
5 Press
to exit the preference menu.
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CARING FOR YOUR DINNERWARE
The combination of high temperatures and dishwasher detergent may cause damage
to some items if they are washed in the dishwasher. Remember, if in any doubt about
any aspect concerning items washed in the dishwasher, follow the instructions from the
manufacturer of the items, or wash the item by hand.
IMPORTANT!
Never put highly absorbent materials, such as sponges and towels in your dishwasher.
Do not put dishes or cutlery that have been soiled by tobacco ash, wax, lubricating
grease or paint in your dishwasher.
Cutlery and silverware
All cutlery and silverware should be rinsed immediately after use to prevent tarnishing
caused by some foods. Silver items should not come into contact with stainless steel,
e.g. other cutlery. Mixing these items can cause staining. Remove silver cutlery from the
dishwasher and hand dry immediately after the programme has finished.
Aluminium
Aluminium can be dulled by dishwasher detergent. The degree of change depends on
the quality of the item.
Other metals
Iron and cast iron objects can rust and stain other items. Copper, pewter and brass tend
to stain. Wash these items by hand.
Woodware
Wooden items are generally sensitive to heat and water. Regular use in the dishwasher
may cause deterioration over time. If in doubt, wash by hand.
Glassware
Most everyday glassware is dishwasher safe. Crystal, very fine and antique glassware
may etch that is, become opaque. You may prefer to wash these items by hand.
Plastic
Some plastic may change shape or colour with hot water. Check the manufacturer’s
instructions about washing plastic items. Washable plastic items should be weighted
down so they do not flip over and fill with water or fall through the basket during the
wash.
Decorated items
Most modern china patterns are dishwasher safe. Antique items, those with a pattern
painted over the glaze, gold rims or hand-painted china may be more sensitive to
machine washing. If in doubt, wash by hand.
Glued items
Certain adhesives are softened or dissolved in machine washing. If in doubt, wash by
hand.
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LOADING
DOs
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Arrange the dishes neatly, spacing them
evenly for maximum exposure to water.
Remove any large food particles before
placing dishes in the dishwasher. This
is to prevent the filters from becoming
clogged.
Pre-soak any pots and pans with bakedon residue. This will eliminate the need
for extra wash cycles.
Always check that water can reach all
areas, particularly the cup racks.
Make sure all items are stable and
cannot move during the wash. Any
flimsy or light
plastic items should be either weighted
down or placed in the utensil tray.
Ensure there are no dishware items that
will stop the spray arm from rotating.
DON’Ts
Don’t overcrowd the dishwasher. This
will reduce performance.
Don’t allow plates and cutlery to nest.
Don’t let dishware block water from
reaching items on the cup racks.
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LOADING
Upper basket and utensil tray
Utensil tray
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The upper basket is designed
to hold items like glasses,
cups, saucers, plates, small
bowls and shallow pans.
Use the utensil tray to
securely hold long or sharp
items like knives, chopsticks,
or ladles. Ensure that knife
blades are facing down.
Slide or remove the utensil
tray if you need the space for
other items below.
You can adjust the height of
the upper basket to create
more space for tall items in
the lower basket. See below.
Adjusting the height of the upper basket - CH & CHP models
IMPORTANT!
Runner
Front safety
stop
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Before you adjust its height,
make sure the basket is
empty.
1 Turn the front safety stops on
either side outwards.
2 Slide the empty basket out of
the runners.
3 Reinsert the higher or lower
set of rollers in the runners
and slide the basket all the
way back in.
4 Turn the front safety stops
inwards.
LOADING
Adjusting the height of the upper basket - CK models
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You can adjust the height of
the upper basket even when it
is fully loaded, as you do not
have to remove it from the
dishwasher.
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To lift the basket, hold it on one
side and carefully pull upwards
until it clicks into place. Repeat
for the other side.
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To lower the basket, pull the
lever up on one side and,
without releasing it, carefully let
the basket drop down. Repeat
for the other side.
1
Lever
2
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LOADING
Lower basket
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Place the largest items here:
pots, pans, lids, serving dishes
and bowls.
Fold down the tines to place
pots and pans flat on the
bottom.
Ensure dishware items do not
block the spray arm above
from rotating.
If you need more height for
tall items, you can raise the
upper basket. See instructions
on previous pages.
Cutlery basket
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Removable
anti-nesting grid
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To reduce the risk of injury,
we recommend loading
knives and sharp utensils with
handles facing up.
Mix spoons, knives and forks
within each section to stop
cutlery nesting together and
to ensure the water circulates
freely. Alternatively, use the
clip-on anti-nesting grids to
keep cutlery items apart.
Keep stainless steel from
touching silver cutlery to
avoid staining.
You can halve the cutlery
basket as shown and use just
one section. This is useful if
the cutlery load is light or if
you want to make more space
for other dishes.
WATER HARDNESS AND DISHWASHING
What is water hardness?
Hard water is water with a high concentration of minerals such as calcium and
magnesium. In soft water, this concentration is low. Water hardness varies by
geographical location.
How does water hardness affect dishwashing?
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Hard water can be detrimental to the performance of your dishwasher. Over time,
glassware washed in hard water will become opaque and dishes will become spotted or
covered in a white film. Using very hard water can cause dishwasher parts to fail over
time.
Naturally soft or softened water has no detrimental effects if used with the correct
amount of detergent. However, excess detergent combined with hot, soft water may
cause irreversible etching on glassware. Etching first appears as a rainbow-coloured film
and—if allowed to continue—can make glassware permanently opaque.
What can I do to minimise any detrimental effects?
Contact your local water company to find out about water hardness in your area.
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If your home has hard water …
Increase the amount of detergent used.
Use a detergent with high phosphate content. Phosphate softens the water and this
improves wash results. You could also try using multi-purpose tablets.
Use rinse aid. We recommend you turn the rinse aid on (CK models) and to at least
setting 5 (CH & CHP models) to help improve wash performance.
Use a dishwasher cleaner/descaler regularly, or whenever you notice a build-up of
limescale deposits in your dishwasher.
IMPORTANT!
We recommend fitting a water softener to the household water supply. If the water
hardness in your home is above 250 ppm/14.6 gpg, a water softener has to be fitted
to maintain the performance of your dishwasher.
If your home has naturally soft or softened water…
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Avoid using too much detergent. Follow the quantity recommendations on the following
page.
Ensure the dishwasher is not overloaded and water can reach all the dishes.
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WASH PROGRAMMES AND DETERGENT QUANTITIES
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The quantities in the table below are for powdered detergent and typical levels of
soiling. If your home has softer or harder water, or to suit the particular load, you may
need to adjust these quantities.
If you are using tablets, follow the tablet manufacturer’s recommendations.
The indicator light will show which option has been selected.
QUANTITY OF POWDERED DETERGENT
FOR EACH COMPARTMENT (grams)
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Main Wash
Pre-Wash
PROGRAMME
RECOMMENDED LOAD
Auto
(some models
only)
Any type of load. The
dishwasher automatically
selects the optimum
wash programme
20-35 g
depending on soils
none
Heavy
Heavily soiled pots, pans,
baking dishes
35 g
5g
Normal
Dishes with normal soils
for optimum wash and
dry performance
35 g
5g
Normal Eco
Normally soiled dishes
for optimum energy and
water usage
27.5 g
none
Fast
Very lightly soiled mixed
dishes
20 g
none
Gentle/
Delicate
(some models
only)
Lightly soiled delicate
(e.g. heat-sensitive) items
20 g
none
Rinse
Prevents odours and soils
drying on dishes before
they are washed
none
none
Hygiene
(available in
CK models
only)
To sanitise your dishes
and glassware
35 g
5g
ADDING DETERGENT
IMPORTANT!
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Only use detergents recommended for automatic dishwashers.
Dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline. They can be extremely dangerous if
swallowed. Avoid contact with the skin and eyes and keep children and infirm persons
away from the dishwasher when it is open. Check that the detergent dispenser is
empty after completion of each wash programme.
Never sprinkle or pour detergent directly onto any item in the dishwasher. Detergent
and dishwasher tablets should not be in direct contact with dishes or cutlery.
Do not use hand washing liquids, soap, laundry detergents or disinfectants, as these
will damage the dishwasher.
Filling the detergent dispenser
1 Press the button on the right of the dispenser.
IMPORTANT!
Approach the dispenser from the right-hand side to prevent the cover from snapping
open on your hand.
2 Add detergent into the appropriate compartment(s). If you are using powdered
detergent, see the recommended quantities on the previous page. The ‘20’ and ‘30’
markings in the main wash compartment correspond to grams of powdered detergent.
IMPORTANT!
Tablets should only be placed in the main wash (larger) compartment.
3 Remove any excess detergent from the edges of the dispenser.
4 Close the cover and press down until it clicks shut. The detergent will automatically be
released into the dishwasher during the wash programme.
Pre-wash compartment
Main wash compartment
Open the cover here
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USING RINSE AID
We highly recommend using liquid rinse aid regularly to get the best drying results.
Rinse aid gives a streak-free, sparkling clean look to glass and chinaware. In addition, it
prevents metal from tarnishing.
Rinse aid indicators
When to refill the rinse aid dispenser
When rinse aid level becomes low, the rinse aid
indicators on the control panel will light up to
remind you to refill the dispenser.
Adjusting the rinse aid dosage
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The normal, factory-set dosage level is 6 for
CH & CHP models and 5 for CK models, but you
may need to adjust this to suit your water conditions.
If there is excessive foaming at the end of the wash,
reduce the dosage.
If you live in a hard water area or if dishes are wet
or streaky after drying, increase the dosage.
To adjust the rinse aid setting:
see ‘User preference settings’ for how to do this.
If you are using tablets with built-in rinse aid, we
recommend setting the rinse aid dosage level to 2 for
CH & CHP models and level 1 for CK models.
CH & CHP models only
CK models only
How to refill the rinse aid dispenser
1 Press the button to snap the dispenser cover open.
2 Pour rinse aid into the circular opening, making sure not
to fill beyond the MAX marking.
IMPORTANT!
Take care not to spill rinse aid into the dishwasher.
Any spills must be wiped up to prevent excess
foaming. Failure to do so may result in a service
call, which will not be covered by warranty.
3 Close the cover, making sure it clicks shut.
Dosage regulator
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AFTER THE WASH
When the wash programme is over, the dishwasher will beep six times, then
automatically turn off in a few seconds.
1 Open the door slightly and leave it ajar (about 100 mm) to help the drying process.
2 Once the dishes are cool to touch, they can be removed.
IMPORTANT!
Never leave the dishwasher door in the fully open position, as this could present a
tripping hazard.
3 Check that the detergent dispenser is completely empty. If it isn’t, wipe out with a damp
cloth.
4 Inspect your dishwasher regularly to see if it needs any cleaning or maintenance:
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Check that no grease or limescale deposits have accumulated on the inside.
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If there are food particles in the filters, these need to be cleaned as well.
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See section ‘Care and cleaning’ for cleaning and maintenance instructions.
Holiday time
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If the dishwasher is not going to be used for some time:
Ensure the baskets are empty.
Leave the inside of the dishwasher clean.
Leave the dishwasher door ajar to allow air to circulate.
Turn off both the power and water supply to the dishwasher.
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CARE AND CLEANING
Over time, food residue or limescale deposits may accumulate inside your dishwasher.
These
may reduce efficiency, and food residue may produce a bad odour. Inspect and clean
your
dishwasher regularly.
IMPORTANT !
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Before any cleaning or maintenance, always disconnect the dishwasher from the
power supply, turn off the water supply, and wait until all parts of the dishwasher have
cooled.
Do not use the following cleaning aids, as they may damage the surfaces:
-plastic or stainless steel scouring pads
-abrasive, solvent, household cleaners
-acid or alkaline cleaners
-laundry detergents or disinfectants
-stainless steel cleaners or polishes
-hand-washing liquids or soap
Where there is broken crockery or glass in the dishwasher, it must be carefully
removed to prevent personal injury or damage to the appliance.
After cleaning, always check that the spray arms and filters are all correctly in place.
Cleaning the dishwasher exterior
Wipe with a clean, soft damp cloth and dry with a clean, lint-free cloth.
Note: before cleaning the control panel, it is useful to disable the buttons by activating
Keylock.
Cleaning the door seal and dishwasher interior
Clean thoroughly with warm water on a soft, lint-free cloth. If the interior is heavily
soiled, use a dishwasher cleaner/descaler following the manufacturer’s instructions.
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CARE AND CLEANING
Cleaning the filters
The filters prevent larger food particles in the wash water from reaching the pump.
These particles may occasionally block the filters. We recommend cleaning the filters
whenever there is evidence of food particles.
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To remove the drain filter, turn the filter anti-clockwise to release, then lift out.
Once the drain filter has been removed you can lift the filter plate out.
Rinse them thoroughly under running water and then replace.
IMPORTANT !
When cleaning the underside of the filter plate, take care handling its sharp outer
edge.
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Replace the filters correctly after cleaning, making sure the filter plate is flush with the
dishwasher base.
Cleaning the spray arms
Limescale and food particles in the wash water can block the holes in the spray arms
and the arm mountings. Clean these parts about once a month, or more often should the
need arise.
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To remove the upper spray arm, unscrew its locking nut.
To remove the lower spray arm, simply lift the spray arm off its mounting.
Rinse the spray arms thoroughly under running water, then refit them on their
mountings. Make sure you twist the locking nut on the upper spray arm firmly back on.
Lower spray arm
Drain filter
Filter plate
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FAULT CODES
If the dishwasher malfunctions, it will display a fault code and beep. Check the table
below to see if you can correct the fault yourself before contacting Fisher & Paykel
Customer Care.
If the dishwasher still will not work, or shows any other fault code
1 Press
2 Press
to turn the dishwasher off and wait a few minutes.
again to turn the dishwasher back on.
If the dishwasher still does not function and/or the problem persists, disconnect the
dishwasher from the power supply, turn the water supply off, then contact Fisher &
Paykel Customer Care with the fault code information.
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FAULT CODES
FAULT CODES AND
DESCRIPTIONS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO

Drain hose is crimped or
bent.
Check the drain hose and
straighten if needed.
The waste water is not
draining out.
Ensure that the drain hose is
connected in accordance with
the installation instructions.
Water tap not turned on.
Ensure the water is connected
and turned on. Press
to
restart the dishwasher.
Insufficient water supply
pressure.
Check household water
pressure.
Water inlet hose is crimped
or bent, so no or not enough
water gets to the dishwasher.
Check the water inlet hose and
straighten if needed. Press
to restart the dishwasher.
Drain hose is not connected
correctly.
Ensure that the drain hose is
connected in accordance with
the installation instructions.

Flood switch activated.
Turn the washing machine OFF
and ON again. If fault persists,
turn water off and disconnect
the dishwasher from the power
supply. Call Customer Care.

Water flow error.
Switch dishwasher OFF
and ON again. If fault
persists call Customer Care.

Electronics error.
Switch dishwasher OFF and ON
again. If the fault persists call
Customer Care.

Motor Fault.
Switch dishwasher OFF at
the power supply. Wait a few
moments and switch ON again.
If the fault persists, turn water
off and disconnect from the
power supply. Call Customer
Care.
Drain fault

No water
Flooding
If the problem persists, or the dishwasher shows any other fault code, disconnect the
dishwasher from the power supply, turn the water supply off and then contact Fisher &
Paykel Customer Care with the fault code information.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
WHAT TO DO
Dishwasher will
not start.
No power.
Ensure the dishwasher is plugged in
and the power supply is turned on at
the wall.
The door is not properly
closed.
Close the door.
Start/Pause button
not been pressed.
Press the Start/Pause button
has
.
Water tap not turned on.
Ensure water is connected and
turned on.
Blocked strainer in water
inlet hose.
Check the strainer and clean if
necessary—it is located where the
water inlet hose screws into the tap.
Keylock is activated.
Cancel Keylock by pressing and
until the keylock indicator
holding
goes out.
Lower spray
arm rotates with
difficulty.
Spray arm holes are
blocked by small items or
food particles.
Clean the spray arm. See ‘Care
and cleaning’ for instructions.
Cover of
detergent
dispenser cannot
be closed.
Detergent compartment
has been overfilled.
Remove detergent until the cover
can be closed.
Detergent dispenser is
clogged with remnants of
detergent.
Wipe dispenser out with a damp
cloth. Dry the dispenser before
adding detergent.
Remnants of
detergent stuck
inside dispenser.
Compartment was damp
when filled with detergent.
Wipe dispenser out with a damp
cloth. Dry the dispenser before
adding detergent.
Buttons beep and
do not respond.
Keylock is activated.
Cancel Keylock by pressing and
holding
until the keylock indicator
goes out.
Water remains
inside dishwasher
after wash has
ended.
Drain hose is crimped,
bent, or blocked.
Check the drain hose and straighten
if needed.
Pump is jammed.
Call your Fisher & Paykel Authorised
Service Centre or Customer Care.
Filter(s) blocked.
Clean the filter(s). See ‘Care and
cleaning’ for instructions.
Incorrect amount or type
of detergent used.
See section ‘Adding detergent’ or
consult the detergent manufacturer’s
instructions.
Too much egg in the wash
load.
Increase the amount of detergent.
Rinse aid dosage level too
high.
Decrease the rinse aid dosage.
Rinse aid spills not wiped
up.
Ensure that all rinse aid spills are
wiped up when they occur.
Foaming.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
WHAT TO DO
The dishwasher
stops suddenly
during the wash.
Power or water supply has
been interrupted.
Check the power and water supplies.
Knocking or
rattling sound
during wash.
Spray arm knocking
against dishes.
Pause the wash and rearrange dishes.
See sections ‘Controls and starting a
wash’ and
‘Loading’.
Unclean dishes.
Wash programme
unsuitable for load.
See section ‘Wash programmes and
detergent quantities’ and select a
suitable programme.
Soils were too heavily
baked on.
Dishes may need soaking.
Spray arm(s) unable to
rotate.
Ensure no items are obstructing the
spray arm path.
Dishwasher overloaded or
incorrectly loaded.
See the ‘Loading’ section.
The filters are incorrectly
inserted.
See section ‘Care and cleaning’.
Detergent put in the wrong
compartment.
See sections ‘Wash programmes and
detergent quantities’ and ‘Adding
detergent’.
Excessive food not
removed from dishes
before loading.
Scrape all food scraps off dishes
before loading.
Unsuitable detergent.
Only use powdered or tablet detergent
designed for domestic dishwashers.
Not enough detergent.
See ‘Wash programmes and detergent
quantities’ for recommended
quantities. You
may need to adjust these to suit your
particular load and the hardness of
your water supply.
Spray arm holes are
blocked.
Clean the spray arm(s). See ‘Care and
cleaning’ for instructions.
The filters are blocked.
Clean the filters. See ‘Care and
cleaning’ for instructions.
Plastic items
are discoloured
(e.g. stain left by
tomato sauce).
Not enough detergent, not
pre-rinsed.
Pre-rinse plastic dishes before placing
in the dishwasher and/or add more
detergent.
Alternatively, using the Rinse
programme after adding dishes may
minimise staining.
Display flashing
while Keylock is
on.
This is normal. The display
remains on although the
buttons are disabled.
No action required.
Dishes have been stacked
incorrectly.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
WHAT TO DO
White stains are
left on dishes;
glasses have a
milky appearance.
Not enough detergent.
See section ‘Wash programmes
and detergent quantities’ for
recommended quantities. You may
need to adjust these to suit the
hardness of your water supply.
Rinse aid dosage too low.
Increase rinse aid dosage. See ‘Using
rinse aid’.
Rinse aid dosage too low.
Increase rinse aid dosage. See ‘Using
rinse aid’.
Items removed too soon.
After the end of the wash
programme, leave the door ajar and
wait for several minutes to
help drying.
Rinse aid dispenser empty.
(The rinse aid indicators
are lit.)
Add rinse aid. See section ‘Using
rinse aid’ for instructions.
Glasses have dull
appearance.
Rinse aid dosage too low.
Increase rinse aid dosage. See ‘Using
rinse aid’.
Tea stains or
traces of lipstick
have not been
completely
removed.
Not enough detergent.
See section ‘Wash programmes
and detergent quantities’ for
recommended quantities. You may
need to adjust these to suit your
particular load.
Wash temperature too low.
Select a wash programme with a
higher temperature (see section
‘Wash programme data’ for
information).
Traces of rust on
cutlery.
Cutlery is not sufficiently
rustproof.
Wash by hand.
Glasses clouded
and discoloured;
milky coating
Hard water situation.
Increase detergent quantities.
Glasses are not dishwasher
proof.
Wash by hand.
Water marks left
on glasses and
cutlery.
Rinse aid level or dosage
setting is too low.
Ensure there is rinse aid in
dispenser. If necessary, increase
the rinse aid setting or try using
a wash programme with a higher
temperature. See sections ‘Using
rinse aid’ and ‘Wash programme
data’.
Fan noise
coming from the
dishwasher after a
wash
(CK models only).
This is normal. A drying
fan will continue to run for
about an hour after a wash
or until the door is opened.
No action required. If you would
like the drying fan to stop, open the
dishwasher door.
Dishes, cutlery
have not dried.
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
Before you call for service or assistance ...
Check the things you can do yourself. Refer to the installation instructions and your
user guide and check that:
1 Your product is correctly installed.
2 You are familiar with its normal operation.
If after checking these points you still need assistance or parts, please refer to the
Service & Warranty book for warranty details and your nearest Authorised Service
Centre, Customer Care, or contact us through our website www.fisherpaykel.com.
Complete and keep for safe reference:
Model
Serial No.
Purchase Date
Purchaser
Dealer
Suburb
Town
Country
47
48
Stages
Stages
main wash 60oC
post-rinse
final rinse 70 C
drying
main wash 68oC
post-rinse
final rinse 70 C
drying
o
drying
final rinse 44 C
post-rinse
main wash 46oC
NORMAL ECO*
drying
final rinse 55 C
main wash 60oC
main wash 68oC
final rinse 70 C
drying
final rinse 70 C
drying
o
drying
final rinse 44 C
post-rinse
main wash 45oC
NORMAL ECO*
drying
final rinse 55 C
o
main wash 45oC
FAST
*reference programme for energy label compliance with AS/NZS 2007
post-rinse
post-rinse
o
pre-wash
pre-wash
o
NORMAL
HEAVY
CK models
o
main wash 45oC
FAST
*reference programme for energy label compliance with AS/NZS 2007
** Programme available on CHP models only
o
pre-wash
pre-wash
o
NORMAL
HEAVY
CH and CHP models
drying
final rinse 55 C
o
post-rinse 45oC
main wash 45oC
GENTLE
drying
final rinse 55 C
o
post-rinse 45oC
main wash 45oC
DELICATE
o
drying
final rinse 70 C
post-rinse
rinse 45oC
RINSE
final rinse 70oC
post-rinse
final rinse 70oC
post-rinse
main wash 45-68oC
pre-wash
AUTO
main wash 45-68oC
pre-wash
AUTO**
main wash 60oC
pre-wash
HYGIENE
rinse 45oC
RINSE
WASH PROGRARMME DATA
STANDARDS TEST
The dishwasher is tested to AS/NZS 2007 standards for both wash and dry performance
using the parameters detailed below.
Wash programme
Normal Eco
When the programme is finished, open the
door 100mm to help with drying
Powdered detergent quantities
5 g pre-wash + 27.5 g main wash
Rinse aid dosage level
6 (CH & CHP models) or 5 (CK models)
Maximum number of place settings
14
Height adjustment of upper basket
Ensure the upper basket is in its uppermost
position
Recommended loading patterns
Upper basket
Upper basket with Utensil tray
1
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
1
1
1
3
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
Cutlery basket
Lower basket
1
2
3
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The product specifications in this booklet apply to the specific products
and models described at the date of issue. Under our policy of continuous
product improvement, these specifications may change at any time. You
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describes the product currently available.
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