AEG 4159 User manual

AEG 4159 User manual
OKO_FAVORIT 4159
Lavavajillas
Disnwasher
Máquina de lavar loica
Instrucciones para el uso
Operating instructions НН
Instrugbes de manejo о ВО
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Dear customer!
Before you operate your dishwasher, please read through these operating
instructions carefully. They contain important information for your safety as well
as operation and maintenance of your machine.
For this small trouble, your dishwasher will reward you with faultless performance.
Should your dishwasher ever have a fault, please look it up in the section on “If
you think your dishwasher is not working property”. In many cases, you can rectify
minor faults yourself and thus save yourself unnecessary service costs.
Keep the operating instructions in a safe place for future reference, and give them
to any future owners of your dishwasher.
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Disposal
Disposing of the packaging
Disposing of your old machine
Important hints to help you use your dishwasher correctly
Operating your dishwasher economically
and with regard for the environment
Unsuitable crockery
Crockery that may be suitable for your dishwasher
Machine description
Machine appearance
Control panel
Programme chart
Using your dishwasher for the first time
Before using your dishwasher for the first time
Setting the water softening system
Filling with special dishwasher salt
Filling with rinse aid
Setting the rinse aid quantity to be dosed
Filling with detergent
BIO dishwashing programmes and iow-alkaline compact powders
Loading your dishwasher correctly
Lower basket
Cutlery basket
Upper basket
Switching on/off
Setting the dishwashing programme
Switching off/unloading your dishwasher
Cleaning and care
Caring for your dishwasher
Cleaning the strainers
It you think your dishwasher is not working properly
Customer service
Hints for test centres
. Technical data
Installation
installing your dishwasher
Connection
Water protection system
Electrical connection
Connection technology
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The safety of AEG electrical appliances conforms to accepted rules of techno-
logy and the Appliance Safety Act. We as manufacturers, however, see ourselves
as being obliged to familiarise you with the following safety instructions.
Using your dishwasher for its intended purpose
О Only use your dishwasher for machine washing of household crockery. If your
° machine is misused or used for any purposes other than that for which it is
intended, the manufacturer cannot be held liable for any damage caused.
0 For safety reasons, you should not convert or modify your dishwasher in any
way. | |
Before using your dishwasher for the first time
[3 Check your dishwasher for any transport damage. Never connect a damaged
machine. If your dishwasher is damaged, you should contact your supplier.
Your dishwasher must be correctly installed and connected. Please read the
section on "Installation” to make sure you know all about this.
(I Before using your dishwasher for the first time, do not forget that the nominal
voltage and current type indicated on the rating plate of your machine must be
the same as the nominal voltage and current type at the installation site. The
necessary electrical fusing is also given on the rating plate.
Child safety
O Packaging parts (e.g. folls, styrene foam) may be dangerous for children, asit
could lead to suffocation! You should therefore keep all packaging well away
from children.
(I Children may not recognise the dangers of improper use of electrical appli-
ances. You should therefore ensure proper supervision during operation and
not allow your children to play with your dishwasher.
(3 Detergents may have a caustic effect on eyes, mouth, and throat and may even
cause suffocation! Keep all detergents in a safe place out of children’s reach.
0 The water in your dishwasher should not be used for drinking. Detergent
residues may still be present in your machine. Make sure you do not splash
these caustic residues onto your skin or suffocate yourself! Keep children well
away from your dishwasher when its door is open.
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(J The water protection system ensures reliable protection against water damage,
though this implies the following conditions being fulfilled:
— Themains connection must be retained even when your dishwasher is switched
off. |
— Your dishwasher must be properly installed.
— Always turn off the water tap if your dishwasher is left unattended for any length
of time,
| 8 Never operate your dishwasher if the electrical supply lead, supply or drain
hose, control panel, worktop, or plinth are damaged.
| O In case of a fault, first turn off the water tap. Then switch off your machine and
pull the plug out of the plug socket. If there is a fixed connection, switch off or
unscrew the fuse(s).
D Never pull the plug out of the plug socket by the supply lead, but by the plug
itself.
0 Dishwasher repairs should only be performed by trained personnel. Improper
repairs may seriously endanger the user. If your dishwasher needs to be
repaired, you should contact our service centre or your retailer.
0 If the connection lead of your dishwasher is damaged, it must be replaced by
the special lead through your AEG-authorised service centre.
O Never place any solvents in your dishwasher, or you may cause an explosion!
0 Do not rest or sit on the open door, or you machine could tilt.
D The heating elements on the floor of the dishwasher remain hot for some time
after machine washing. Take care you do not scald yourselfl Do not touch the
heating elements.
D Before using special dishwasher salt, detergent, and rinse aid, make sure that
the manufacturer of these products expressly species their use in domestic
dishwashers.
OThe high temperature in the immediate vicinity of the heating element may
deform or even melt plastic parts. Do not arrange any plastic parts in the lower
basket above the heating element.
O Always turn off the water tap when your dishwasher is left unattended for any
length of time, e.g. when you are away on holiday. -
O The dishwasher should only be transported upright. Any titting during trans-
port may lead to salt water flowing into the dishwasher, wiich could result in
rusting.
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Disposing of the packaging
Our dishwashers require effective protective packaging in transit, though we
always confine ourselves here to what | IS absolutely necessary
All used packaging materials are environmentally friendly and reusable.
The cardboard parts are produced from recycled paper, and the wood parts are
untreated.
The plastics are marked as follows:
>PE< for polyethylene, e.g. packaging foils
>PS< for polystyrene, e.g. padding {basically CFC-free)
>POM< for polyoxymethylene, e.g. plastic clamps
By recycling and reuse of the packaging, raw materials can be saved and the
volume of refuse reduced.
Give the packaging for reuse to your local recycling centre. Your municipal or local
authority will give you its address.
Disposing of your old machine
When your machine needs replacing and you withdraw it from service, you 1 should
render it unserviceable before having it disposed of.
Marking of plastic parts for graded recycing:
All plastic parts in your machine are marked with internationally standardised
abbreviations (e.g. >PS«< far polystyrene). When your machine is disposed of, this
enables plastic waste to be sorted into individual types for. environmentally
conscious recycling. |
Take your decommissioned machine to your local recycling centre or dealer, who
will take it back from you for a small handling charge.
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Operating your dishwasher economically and with regard
for the environment
Connect your dishwasher to the hot water supply if you have a modern hot water
system. For electrically heated installations, you are recommended to connect
your dishwasher to the cold water supply.
Do not pre-rinse your dishes under running water.
Collect your dirty dishes, stack them in the dishwasher, and only wash them when
both baskets are full, making sure that the latter are never overloaded. Only then
can you be sure that you are machine-washing economically and with regard for
the environment.
Always select the programme corresponding to the type of crockery and degree
of sailing (see “Programme chart”).
Never overdose detergent, special salt, and rinse aid. Follow the dosage recom-
mendations in these operating instructions as well as the instructions given by
manufacturers of these products.
Make sure that the water softener is correctly set.
Unsuitable crockery
Sponges, household cloths, and all objects which can become saturated with
water should not be cleaned in your dishwasher,
The following are unsuitable for machine washing:
— wooden boards or platters
— non-heat-resistant plastic parts
— lead crystal glass
— tin or copper items
— glued crockery or cutlery
— older types of cutlery with temperature- sensitive adhesive
— steel knives that are liable to rust
— cutlery with wood, horn, porcelain, and mother-of-pear handles.
Crockery that may be suitable for your dishwasher
‘The following items have certain machine washing limitations:
— Only wash earthenware crockery in your dishwasher if the manufacturer has
expressly indicated it as being suitable for that purpose.
— Some types of decoration which have been painted over the glaze may fade
after frequent machine washing.
— Silver and aluminium parts tend to discolour during machine washing.
- Many food residues, such as egg white, egg yolk, mustard, often cause
discolourations or staining on silver. Silver crockery and cutlery should there-
fore always be cleansed free from food residues if they are not washed imme-
diately after ameal. ”
— Some types of glass may become cloudy after many washing cycles. You should
therefore continue to hand-wash especially valuable glassware.
When buying new crockery and cutlery, confirm that they are dishwasher-safe.
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Machine appearance
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Inside view
Dishwasher salt container
Rinse aid dispenser
Detergent dispenser
Rating plate
Strainers
Spray arms
Ceiling spray
Rubber seal for connection of water supply to upper spray arm
Hardness range switch
Heating element
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Rear view
1 Supply hose
2 Drain hose |
3 Electrical supply lead
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| Control panel
Fig. 3
1 Button block
© ON/OFF button with operating indicator
Programme buttons
3H 50°C Normal BIO
™ 50°C Economy BIO
65° 65 °C Normal
fly Extra pre-rinse
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The selected programme Is indicated in red in the round display window beside
the button.
2 Signal indicator
A Replenish with dishwasher salt
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3 Door release handle with flap
4 Programme switch and programme cycle indicator
Programme switch: For setting programme starting point A or B
(see also “Programme chart”).
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Programme cycle indicator: While the programme is running, the programme
switch cycles forward, indicating the status of the programme in each step.
В Pre-rinse
ME Washing with detergent
AM, Intermediate rinse
“Ei Rinsing with rinse aid
№ Drying
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Washing Suitable for; Setting the programme:
programmes Tum Press
programme programme
switchto button
50 °C Normal BIO | Normally soiled tableware and cookware
with fragile parts (9.9. glass, plastic). A = Er
Speclally designed for using low-alkaline
compact powders as well as for crockery
with dried-on food residues.
50 *S Economy BIO
Normaliy ta slightly soiled table, coffee, or
dessert crockery and fragile glassware. Spe-
cially aeslgned for using low-alkallne com-
pact powders,
BIO
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| 65 °C Normal
Nomnaly solled tableware end cookware
with dried-on food residues.
Extra pre-wash
Used crockery collected in the dishwasher
for washing at a later time.
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Programme cycle Average programme | Average energy Average water
duration” in minutes | consumption" in kWh | consumption
far cold water " for cold water In litres
connection connection
Pre-wash
Washing with detergent
Intermediate rinse 65 1.4 19
Final rinse with rinse aid
Drying with hot air
Washing with detergent
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse with rinse aid 55 1.4 15
Drying with hot air
Pre-wash
Washing with detergent :
Intermediate rinse 69 1.5 19
Final rinse with rinse aid :
Drying with hot air
Pre-wash
10 0.1 6
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Before using your r dishwasher for the first time
To ensure protection of the crockery baskets during transport, we have packed
them with clamps. Please remove all clamps before operating your dishwasher.
When your new dishwasher is correctly set up and installed, you must first make
| it ready for use.
Before using your dishwasher for the first time, proceed as follows:
— set the water softener;
— fil the special salt container with special salt; -
~ fill the rinse aid dispenser with rinse aid.
The following sections give you more detailed information on the individual points.
Setting the water softening system
Soft (low-lime) water is necessary for machine washing to avoid lime deposits on
crockery and in your dishwasher. Tap water with a hardness above 4 °d' (German
degree) must therefore be softened for machine washing.
For this purpose, your dishwasher is fitted with a water softener. The water softener
is treated (regenerated) automatically and at regular intervals with salt solution.
The salt consumption needed for regeneration thus depends on the local water
| hardness. Your competent water company will provide you with information about
water hardness in your locality.
To ensure optimum regeneration of the water softener:
— the water softening system must be set to the local water hardness;
— the dishwasher salt. container must always be filled with special salt.
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To ensure minimum sait consumption with optimum washing results, your
dishwasher is fitted with an electronic hardness range setting with six possible
stages.
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Hardness range Water hardness Stage
_in®d) in mmol/F) setting
N 51-70 9.1-12.5 6
; 36-50 6.4-9.0 5
29-35 5.1-6.3 4
22-28 3.9-5.0 В 3
|| 15-21 2.5-3.8 - 2
Im 4-14 0.725 — 1
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no salt necessary
"} [°d] German degree, measure of water hardness >
2) [mmal/l] Millimol per litre, international water hardness unit
* Factory setting
A Open the door, and take out the lower basket. |
O Set the hardness range switch, e.g. with a coin, as shown in the table to the
relevant water hardness in your locality. The arrow must then point to the
corresponding figure.
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Filling with special dishwasher salt
- Important:
If the water hardness in your locality is below 4 °d, you need not fill I your dish-
washer with special salt.
Important note: a.
- Use only special dishwasher salt. Other types of salt (e.g. cooking salt) often
contain water-insoluble components which choke the water softener and may
render it unserviceable.
Salt and detergent packs often look very much alike. Detergent inadvertently
poured into the salt container will damage the water softener. Each time you fill it
with special salt, make sure you are really holding a salt pack in your hand.
0 Open the door, and take out the lower basket.
(3 Unscrew the cap of the salt container by tuming it anticlockwise.
Only when using your dishwasher for the first time: Fill the salt container
with around 0.5 litre of water.
O FIN the salt container with special salt. The container holds around 1.0-1 5 kg
depending on the salt grain size. Do not overfill the container.
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О Clean the container opening so that no salt residues exist.
0 Screw the cap back on clockwise. The cap must be tightly closed, since sait
will otherwise find its way into the rinse water and may make your glasses
cloudy.
(If you do not wash your crockery immediately after filing with salt, run the
PRE-WASH programme tori rinse away any salt water and salt grains that have
been spilt.
Salt replenishment indicator
You must replenish special salt when the control panel shows the illuminated
message SALT. Depending on the grain size of the salt, it may be some hours
before the message SALT goes out again.
Important:
At water hardnesses below 4 °d, you need not fill your dishwasher with special
salt. In this case, the control panel continuously shows the illuminated message
SALT. This implies no loss of machine function.
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Filling with rinse aid
The rinse aid ensures that the last rinse water flows off, leaving no drops, and
gives your crockery its final sparkle. During a washing programime, rinse aid is
automatically dispensed from the dispenser.
Important note:
- Usa only a branded rinse aid for domestic dishwashers. Other agents, e.g. vinegar
essence, may damage your machine and do not produce the desired effect.
Detergent (also liquid detergent) inadvertently poured into the dispenser will
damage your machine.
The rinse aid dispenser is locaied inside the door.
G Open the docr.
O Open the dispenser by twisting the cap ‘/4 revolution anticlockwise.
3 Fill with rinse aid max. up to the dotted line. The maximum capacity is around
150 ml.
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I Then close the cap again by twisting it clockwise. —
3 Wipe off any spilt rinse aid with a cloth, otherwise too much foam will be
produced during washing.
Rinse aid replenishment indicator .
You must replenish rinse aid when the display window on the rinse aid dispenser
(Fig. 7/arrow) shows a dark spot surrounded by a bright ring @. When the rinse
aid dispenser is full, the display window appears uniformly dark.
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Setting t the rinse e aid quantity te to > be dosed
The dispensing unit is located inside the filling opening of the rinse aid dispenser.
You can use it to set tha rinse aid quantity on a scale of 1-6 corresponding to a
1-6 cm?® rinse aid addition. The rinse aid dosage is factory-set to “4”. At this
setting, there is sufficient rinse aid in the full dispenser for around 40 washing pro-
gramimes. | |
You should adjust the amount dispensed if you discover imperfect crockery re-
sults (see the section on "If you think your dishwasher is not working property”).
(To set the dose, open the dispenser by twisting the cap ‘% revolution
anticlockwise (Fig. 6).
O Set the dose selector to the required position with a screwdriver.
O Then close the cap again by twisting it clockwise.
O Wipe off any spilt rinse aid with a cloth.
Filling with detergent
Important! Never use conventional washing-up liquids. The latter cause heavy
frothing, may even imply a loss of machine function, and the dishes will not be |
cleaned. Use only branded dishwasher detergent for domestic dishwashers.
Always store the detergent in a dry place in a sealed container. Lumpy detergent
will not clean dishes.
Before starting a washing programme (except "Pre- wash! ), vou must fill the
detergent dispenser with dishwasher detergent powder. The detergent is auto-
matically dispensed during the programme. ©
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Recommended dose for fully Ic loaded baskets:
Normally soled | Heavily soiled, especially
with starch and fat
‘Dishwashing powder | around 20 ml around 30 ml
Dishwashing liquid around 30 ml around 40 ml
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When washing smaller crockery loads, you should dose correspondingly less
detergent.
Detergents may.vary in terms of their effectiveness. You should therefore
follow the dosage recommendations of each detergent manufacturer.
The detergent dispenser is located inside the door. If the lid is closed:
(1 Press the cap lever forwards (Fig. 8/1). The lid will spring open.
0 Fill the detergent dispenser with detergent.
The marking lines are intended to help you achieve the correct dosage.
“MIN” corresponds to around 30 ml and “MAX” to around 40 ml detergent.
when filled level.
(J Press the lid shut until the cap engages.
When washing heavily soiled crockery, you have the option of putting additional
detergent in the cap dispenser (Fig. 9/2). Fill the cap level. This detergent will be
already effective during Pre- wash.
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BIO dishwashing programmes and low-alkaline compact
powders
On the basis of their chemical composition, dishwasher. detergents can be
classified into two basic groups:
— conventional, alkaline detergents with caustic components;
— low-alkaline compact powders with natural enzymes.
The enzymes in low-alkaline compact powders have a dirt-dissolving effect and
are also more readily biodegradable. These enzymes deploy their full dirt dis- |
solving power within a temperature range of 40-55 °C. In BIO washing pro-
grammes, the temperature range and duration of the heating phases are precisely
.matched to the dirt-dissolving properties of the enzymes.
In combination with low-alkaline compact powders, BIO washing programmes,
at a temperature as low as 50 °C, therefore achieve the same cleaning results
that would otherwise bs achievable only with 65 °C programmes.
On BIO programmes, the wash water is briefly heated to 60 °C to activate the
active oxygen.
The lack of any caustic components in low-alkaline compact powders and the
lower cleaning temperature of BIO washing programmes not only relieve the
environment, but also cars for your crockery.
Detergent tablets
Detergent tablets of different manufacturers dissolve so slowly that they do not
release their full dishwashing power in short programmes (without pre-wash).
When using detergent tablets, you should therefore set normal programmes with
pre-wash wherever possible.
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Before loading your machine with dishes:
— remove larger food residues that are not soluble in water, such as ©. g. fish-
bones, other bones, etc.;
= pans with burnt-on food residues should be pre-soaked in water.
Proper arrangement ensures perfect washing results.
Arrange all hollow containers, such as-cups, glasses, saucepans, etc., with the
| opening facing downwards.
Make sure that no water can collect in the recesses.
Basically arrange crockery and cutlery so that they do not lie inside each other
and each item has good contact with the washing water.
Glasses should not touch each other so that glass damage is avoided and no
stains are retained during drying. |
Make sure that small items cannot fall through. You are recommended to place
small objects (e.g. lids} in the cutlery basket. |
The easiest way to load the baskets is from back to front.
Important! Tall crockery or cutlery or that which projects downwards out of the
baskets may obstruct the spray arms. This will seriously impair the washing results.
Before starting a washing programme, check that the spray arms freely rc rotate,
Arrange the crockery around them as appropriate.
Lower basket
Large, heavily soiled dishes are bast cleansed in the lower basket.
Important note! The high temperature in the immediate vicinity of the heating
element may deform or even melt plastic parts. Therefore arrange plastic parts
in the upper basket.
(1 Draw out the lower basket to its fullest extent,
Arrange large and heavy dishes, st such as plates, bowls, pans, etc., inthe lower
basket.
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Place knives, forks, and spoons in the cutlery basket with their handies pointing
downwards. Also do not arrange spoons and forks with their dirty side in contact
with each other.
To prevent cutlery from falling on to each other, you can place the grid insert on
the cutlery basket. Then arrange the cutlery in the grid.
Important! Exceptionally long cutlery, such as soup ladles, kitchen knives, or the
like, may obstruct the upper spray arm. Such cutlery can be placed in the upper
basket.
The spoon strip on the LH side of the cutlery basket should be used for coffee
spoons and teaspoons. To unload, you can take the cutlery basket out of the
lower basket.
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Upper basket
Smaller, more fragile dishes are given a gentle wash in the upper basket.
O Draw out the upper basket to its fullest extent. |
0 Arrange small crockery items, such as saucers, cups, glasses, and fragile plastic
parts, in the upper basket. |
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Arrange items inserted on and under the hinged cup holders in staggered
formation to ensure a thorough cleaning action on all sides. To insert tall items,
the hinged cup holders can be folded up. You can incline or suspend wine,
champagne, and brandy glasses in the recesses of the hinged cup holders. Both
rows of glass-holding prongs on the left are also suitable for inclination of glasses,
beakers, etc. |
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A After loading, re-insert the upper basket to its fullest extent.
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| Setting t the e dishwashing t programme
D Close the door.
O Fully turn on the water tap, if it is off.
important! If a washing programme has been started despite the water tap being
turned off, switch off your machine, turn on the water tap, and reset the washing
programme.
Setting the dishwashing programme
[J Press the programme button for the programme you require (ses “Programme
chart”). The display beside the pressed button appears red.
During the programme cycle, the programme cycle indicator cycles forward,
indicating the status of the machine washing programme in each step. During
heating in the washing and rinse aid cycles, the programme switch remains
stationary until the necessary temperature is attained.
A Turn the programme switch clockwise to position À or В as shown in the pro-
gramme chart.
O Press the ON/OFF button. The operating indicator lights up. The programme
starts.
Programme correction
" You can correct any washing programme you have inadvertenthy set wrongly -
by first switching off your machine with the ON/OFF button.
Important! For reasons of radio interference suppression, you should operate
the programme switch only when your machine is switched off. Automatic
detergent 2 addition o also be tripped.
J Reset the washing programme you require.
Interrupting the programme
J A running washing programme is s interrupted If vou open the door.
O Reclose the door. The washing programme restarts from the position where it
was interrupted. |
A You should open the door during the programme cycle only. when absolutely
necessary. When you reciose the appliance, the penetrating air is strongly
heated and expands. This may lead to programme cycle regularities requiring
service centre attention.
| Switching off/unloading your dishwasher
Switching off
When the programme has ended:
О Press the ON/OFF button. The operating indicator goes out.
When the programme has ended, the dishes should be left in the closed
dishwasher for a further 15 minutes for complete drying and cooling. You can
accelerate the drying and cooling phase by fully opening the door momentarily
when the programme has ended and then leaving it ajar.
However, please note that if your machine is installed under a kitchen worktop,
escaping steam may. damage the worktop. Its underside must be protected
against rising steam with aluminium foil as prescribed.
Unloading your dishwasher
Important note! Hot crockery | is sensitive to shocks. You should therefore lat
your dishes cool before taking them out.
O First take out the dishes from the lower basket and then from the upper basket
so that no water from the recesses in the crockery above can drip on to articles
below and leave stains.
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| Appliance care
Clean the screen and controls of your dishwasher where necessary with a soft.
cloth and lukewarm water.
Important note! Never use commercially available furniture cleaners or aggres-
sive detergants,
The spray ams do not need to be cleaned.
The tank lining, door seal and water inlet should be checked occasionally for
pollution and when necessary cleaned.
Cleaning the strainers
The strainers on the floor of your dishwasher are to a major extent self-cleaning. |
You are nonetheless recommended to check the strainers from tirne to time and
to clean them where necessary. Soiled strainers impair washing results.
0 Open the door, and take-out the lower basket.
O The strainer system of your dishwasher consists of 4 parts (coarse strainer, fine
strainer, microfitter, and strainer panel}. The system can be unlocked and
removed using the handle of the microfilter.
O Turn the handle about '/s revolution anticlockwise and remove.
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strainer {2} frorn the microfilter (3).
0 Detach the fine strainer (2) from the coarse strainer (1).
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O Thoroughly clean all strainers under running water.
clean it on both sides.
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3 Re-insert the strainer panel in the dishwasher floor.
O Insert the coarse and fine strainers in the microfilter and put together.
O Insert and lock the strainer combination by turning the handle clockwise. Make
sure that the outer edge of the strainer panel rests comrectiy on the dishwasher
floor.
Important note! Never carry out a washing programme without a strainer.
0 Remove the strainer panel {4} from the floor of your dishwasher and thoroughly
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Before calling our service centre, please check whether you can rectify the fault
yourself by following the instructions given below. Should this information be of
no assistance to you in a specific case, please contact our service centre.
The drain pump runs continuously - even when your machine is
switched off.
— The water protection system has responded. First turn off the water tap. Then
pull out the mains plug. If you have a fixed connection: switch off the fuse(s} or
unscrew the screw-in fuse(s). Call our service centre to determine the fault.
3 The programme will not start.
— Are the fuses in the fixed wiring in order? Is your machine connected to the
electricity supply?
— Have you closed the door properly? Press the door shut.
D No water flows in.
— Have you turned on the water tap?
— ]s the strainer in the hose screw connection on the water tap choked? Clean
the strainer if necessary.
— Isthe water supply hose kinked? Check hose running (see the section on "Water
supply’).
0 The programme cycle indicator sticks at the beginning of washing with
detergent |
— Have you turned on the water tap? |
— Is the strainer in the hose screw connection on the water tap choked? Clean
the strainer if necessary.
— ls the minimum water pressure of 1 bar available? (see the section on “Water
supply”).
1 The water is not pumped away. |
— ls the drain hose kinked, squashed or twisted? Please ensure correct running.
(See section on “Water drainage”) |
— Is the sink trap obstructed? Check the sink trap.
‘0 The crockery is not clean.
— Have you selected a programme that is suitable for the type and degree of
soiling of your crockery? (see "Programme chart”).
— Have you arranged the crockery so that the sprayed water has access to all
surfaces, both internal and external? The crockery baskets must not be over-
. filled (see the section on "Arranging the crockery”).
— Have the spray arms been gbstructed by crockery or cutlery? Please note that,
for better drainage of residual water at the programme end, the upper spray
arm obliquely tits when it comes to rest. When operational, it automatically
runs in the horizontal position.
Are all strainers on the floor of your dishwasher clean? Are the strainers
inserted properly (see the section on “Cleaning the strainers”).
Have you used sufficient detergent? {see the section on “Filling with detergent”).
Have you used branded detergent?
ls the drain hose correctly run? (see the section on “Water drainage”).
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— Is there still special salt in the salt container? Without special sait, the water will
not be softened. At water hardnesses above 4 °d, lime deposits will form on
your dishes (ses the section on “Filling with special dishwasher salt).
~ Have you set the water softener to the local water hardness? (see the section
on “Setting the water softening system™.
0 The dishes do not dry and have no sparkle.
~ Have you used a branded rinse aid?
— Is there sufficient rinse aid in the dispenser? (see the section on “Filling with
rinse aid”).
OD Glasses and dishes have streaks, stripes, milky blotches, or blue-
coloured blooms.
— The rinse aid is being overdosad. Set a lower rinse aid dosage (see the section.
. oh “Setting the rinse aid quantity to be dosed”).
0 Glasses and dishes have dried-on water drops.
— The rinse aid is being underdosed. Set a higher rinse aid dosage (see the section
on “Setting the rinse aid quantity to be dosed”).
— The detergent may be the cause. Contact your detergent manufacturers con-
sumer services manager.
(7 Rust marks can be seen inside your machine.
— The dishwasher interior is made of stainless steel. If rust is found inside your
dishwasher, this must be from another source (rust in water, from saucepans,
cutlery, etc.). Remove such marks with a commercially available stainless steel
cleaner. |
— Have you dosed the detergent correctly? (see the section on “Filling with
detergent™.
— Is the lid of the salt ¢ontainer closed propertly? (see the section on “Filling with
special dishwasher salt").
.— Have you set the water softener correctiy? (see the section on “Setting the
water softening system”).
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In the section on "If you think your dishwasher is not working properly”, we have
listed the most important faults which you can rectify yourself.
Should you stil wish to call our service centre for any of the specified faults or
because the appliance is being wrongly operated, the service engineer's visit
cannot be made free of charge even during the guarantee period.
Should you find no reference to a fault in the operating instructions, you should
call our service centre.
When making your call, quote the E-No. {product number and F- No. (serial
number) indicated on the rating plate. It is located on the RH inside edge of the
door.
KD-9(1) GEVEU
AEG oxo FAVORIT WXYZ
E-Nr.911.000 000 F-Nr.000000000
Fig. 19 В В | KD
To keep these numbers handy, we recommend you enter them here.
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You specifying these details enables the service centre to make a precise identi-
fication of the spare part required so that the appliance can be repaired at the
service engineer's first visit without you having to pay extra costs for repeated
journeys by the service engineer.
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Test standard: IEC 436/DIN 44990 (prEN50 242)
Reference programme: . 65 °C Normal (Detergent type À)
| 50 *C Normal BIO (Detergent Туре В)
Detergent dosage (Type A): 5 gin lid dispenser : |
В 25 g in detergent dispenser
Detergent dosage (Type В): 30 g in detergent dispenser
Capacity: 12 standard place settings including serving utensils
Arrangement example:
Upper basket | | Upper basket
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Allowable water pressure
1-10 bar (= 10-100 N/cm? = 0.1-1.0 MPa)
Electrical connection
Details of the electrical connection are given on the rating plate. It: is located on
the RH inside edge of the door.
Dimensions
— Free-standing appliance: 85 x 60 x 60 (H x B x D in cm}
— Build-in appliances: see enclosed Installation Instructions.
C € This appliance complies with the following EC Directives:
— 73/23/EEC of 19. 02. 1973 — Low-Voltage Directive;
— 89/336/EEC of 03. 05. 1989 |
(including Amendment Directive 92/31/EEC) — EMV Directive.
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Installing your dishwasher
Your dishwasher must be installed stably and horizontally (align with a spirit level)
on a firm floor. The adjustable fest can be unscrewed with the spanner supplied
to equalise floor irregularities and to adjust the machine height to other pieces of
furniture.
If your dishwasher is Instaled under a continuous worktop, please note the
following:
— The drain hoss, supply hose, and mains lead must retain free mobility when run
inside the plinth cavity. This is to prevent the hoses and lead from being kinked
or squashed.
— When integrating build-under appliances able to be fitted with a decorative trim
are being installed, it must be additionally ensured that the machine is firmly
screwed to the continuous worktop or to the adjacent furniture. It is imperative
to take this measure to > guarantee the necessary tit safety as per VDE specifi-
cations.
Depending on model, the dishwashers should be installed as follows:
Integrating machines (I-models) |
To install see the installation template supplied.
Important:
The appliance door can be lined with a wood panel/furniture panel of the follow-
ing dimensions: |
Width: _ 591 mm-594 mm
“Thickness: 16 mm-24 mm .
Height: depending on
— recess height
— plinth height о
- —matchup to the joint runs of adjacent furniture (e. g. drawer), though
max. 600 mm.
Important note! Should the furniture panel be longer than 600 mm, the appli-
ance door cannot be fully opened (the furniture panel bumps against the plinth).
in this case, the plinth must be cut out (see installation template) or ovenength
door hinge kit BLT 60 used. You can obtain this under E-No. 911 239 008.
Build-under machines (U-models) and build-in machines (E-models)
To install, see the installation instructions supplied.
Free-standing machines can be installed free-standing without additional fixing.
important note: (applies only to free-standing machines with original worktop)
If, for reasons of space, there is no alternative to installing your dishwasher directly
next to à gas or electric cooker or coal range, you must interpose a thermally
insulated, non-flammable panel (with a depth of 57.5 cm) between cooker and
dishwasher. This panel should be coated with aluminium foil on the side facing
the cooker.
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The original worktops o of free- standing machines are around 2 cm depth- -ad-
justable. This enables the worktop to be adjusted to adjacent applicances or
furniture.
[J To make an adjustment, unscrew both screws from the worktop on the machine
back.
O Slide the worktop forwards or backwards as required.
J Re-insert and tighten both screws.
Free-standing machines can be Installed under a continuous worktop if
the original worktop of the machine is removed.
Installing free-standing machines under a continuous worktop
O To do this, unscrew both screws securing the worktop to the machine back.
0 Push the worktop back with a slight jerk and detach.
Important: The plinth of free-standing machines is not adjustable.
To match the dishwasher to the kitchen decor, free-standing machines can be
provided with a decor panel.
Decor panels matching the kitchen decor must be ordered from the Kitchen
manufacturers. A decor frame is needed for instaliation. If your free-standing
machine is not serially fitted with a decor frame, you can order this as a special
accessory from your specialist retailer.
Decor panel dimensions: H 590 x B 581 mm
Clamping thickness: max. 4 mm
1 Decor panel
2 Door frame
3 Decor frame
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To make sure that thin decor panels do not sag or warp, you should fix them to
the machine. door with double-sided adhesive tape.
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Connection
Water supply
Your dishwasher has been built in accordance with the valid regulations govern-
ing water-consuming appliances and is equipped with safety devices which
prevent used water from flowing back into the drinking water mains. Your dish-
washer can be connected to either a cold or hot water supply of max. 60 °C.
Never connect your dishwasher to open hot water appliances and continuous
flow heaters!
The supply hose is fitted with a screwed hose connection {to DIN 258} and can
be connected to an outlet valve {water tap) with male thread (/4).
Suitable washers are supplied with the machine. Do not use any washers other
than these! |
The nut of the screwed hose connection can be tightened by hand. If you require
a supply hose which is longer than the one supplied, use only the VDE-approved
compiete hose kit (obtainable from our service centre) continuously and to
adequate length.
Never lengthen existing hoses.
Important note! The supply hose must not be kinked, squashed, or twisted.
Please ensure careful running.
To avoid reductions in water supply to the Kitchen, we recommend you to install
a separate tap. Failing this, fit a branch piece to the existing water tap.
Additional installation expenditure (on the building side) can be reduced by use
of conventional sink mixers with a connection and shutoff valve,
Minimum water pressure:
1 bar (10 N/cnr, 100 kPa).
If your water pressure is under 1 bar, please ask our service centre for advice.
Maximum allowable water pressure:
10 bar (100 N/em?, 1 MPa).
For a water pressure over 10 bar, a pressure-reducing valve (obtainable from your
specialist retailer) must be fitted upstream.
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Water drainage
Drain hose connection:
maximum allowable height: 1 metre;
minimum necessary height of 30 cm over lower edge of machine.
For extension hoses, which may be laid horizontally to max. 3 m length, the
maximum allowable height of the drain hose connection is 85 cm.
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important note! The drain hose must not be kinked, saueshod or twisted. Please
ensure careful running.
Sink trap connection
The hose connection (19 mm dia.) supplied with the dishwasher will fit all
commonty available makes of sink trap.
The unobstructed width of the sink trap connection should not be less than
15 mm.
The drain hose must be fastened to the sink trap connection with the hose clip
supplied.
Water drainage into a sink
If you want to run the drain hose on a free-standing machine into a sink, you
should use an attachable hose bend. You can obtain this hose bend from your
AEG service centre under "spare part number ET 646 063 190. Fit the bend to
the drain hose.
Important notel Make sure that the drain hose does not slip off the edge of the
sink.
If you draw a string through the hole, you can also mount the bend on a wall and
thus prevent it from slipping off.
Extension hoses
Suitable extension hoses can be ordered from your specialist retailer and original
hoses from our service centre. The inside diameter of these extension hoses must |
be 18 mm to prevent any loss of machine function,
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Water y protection system
To protect your dishwasher from water damage, it is equipped with a water pro-
tection system.
Apart from an overflow protection, which prevents uncontrolled rising of water in
the appliance, it also features an outiet protection (float switch in the floor tray).
This responds in the event of any untightness in the machine. |
In all cases of malfunction, the water supply is immediately interrupted and the
drain pump switched on. This prevents water from either flowing out or over-
flowing. Any residual water in the appliance is automatically pumped away. The
pump also operates. even if the machine is switched off and should not be dis-
connected from the electricity supply.
A fault is recognised by the fact that a pump noiss can be heard — even when the
machine is switched off.
O a fault occurs, first turn off the water tap. Then pull the plug out of the plug
socket. If there is a fixed connection, switch off or unscrew the fuse(s).
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Electrical connection
According to the technical connection conditions of the electricity companies, a
fixed connection to the mains supply may only be made by an approved electri-
cal installer.
Comply with the VDE specifications when connecting the machine and also where
necessary with the additional regulations of the local electricity companies. After
installation, live parts and insulated lines should not be accessible with the test
finger to EN 60335/DIN VDE 0700.
Details of the electrical connection are given on the rating plate. This is located
on the RH inside edge of the door. If the machine is convertible, the changeover
diagram directions given on the mains junction box must also be observed.
During appliance connection, it is essential to ensure that the nominal voltage and
current type specified on the rating plate are the same as the mains voltage and
current type at the installation site. The necessary electrical fusing is also indi-
cated on the rating plate.
To disconnect the dishwasher from the mains supply, pull out the plug. Should
the appliance have a fixed wiring connection with the mains supply, it must be
disconnected by appropriate measures on the fixed wiring side {fuses, auto-
matic cutout, spurious current protection switch, or the like which have a
contact opening width > 3 mmj.
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Connection technology
Water supply, water drainage, and power supply connections must always be
planned from the side of the dishwasher. There is no room for them behind the
machine. |
The foliowing illustrations give typical examples of how the sanitary and electri-
cal installation can be performed under different circumstances.
These examples can only be recommendations, since the definitive factors are
| the circumstances at the installation site, existing connections, and any local
connection specifications or regulations of the power supply or water compa-
nies. | | |
A Water drainage:
Water supply
Shutoff valve (UP)
Two-way valve
Electrical supply line
Electrical connection |
45° or straight union of 19 mm 0.d. and 30 mm length
2 45° or straight unions of +9 mm 0.d.-and 30 mm length
Shutoff valve, e.g. integrated in fitting .
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