dishwasher operating instructions en

GSP 14844 E
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
EN
DISHWASHER
Please carefully read these Operating Instructions before using the appliance!
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING AN AMICA APPLIANCE
DEAR CUSTOMER,
Carefully read the operating instructions before plugging dishwasher to a
power outlet and using the appliance. Operating instruction include tips
that will help you avoid the risk of injury and damage to the appliance.
Keep dishwasher documentation in a safe place for possible future use.
These operating instructions have been prepared for a range of appliances and some features described herein may not apply to your appliance.
Symbols appearing in these instructions have the following meaning:
Important information concerning proper
operation of the appliance and your personal safety.
Risks resulting from improper operation
of the appliance. Activities that must be
performed by a qualified technician.
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Tips on how to use the appliance.
Information on how to protect the environment.
This indicates actions that must not be
performed by the user.
CONTENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
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CARE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
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INSTALL THE APPLIANCE
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FEATURES AND COMPONENTS
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PREPARE THE APPLIANCE FOR OPERATION
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LOAD DISHES INTO DISHWASHER
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TURN ON THE APPLIANCE AND SELECT PROGRAMME
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TABLE OF PROGRAMMES
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
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ERROR CODES AND TROUBLESHOOTING
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PRACTICAL ADVICE AND USEFUL INFORMATION
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PRODUCT FICHE
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This appliance is intended exclusively for
domestic use.
The manufacturer reserves the right to
introduce changes, which do not affect
operation of the appliance.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Before you install the
appliance
Check the appliance for
transport damage. Never
install or use a damaged
appliance. If in doubt,
contact your seller.
Before use
• See installation notes
(below).
• Refer the grounding
system installation to
a qualified electrician.
• T h e m a n u f a c t u r e r
shall not be liable for
any damage arising
from the use of a nongrounded appliance.
• Before using the appliance, verify that the
data given on the rating plate matches that
of local power outlets.
• Do not plug in the appliance before and during installation.
• Always use the original
plug that came with the
appliance.
• Do not use an extension cord to connect
the appliance to the
wall outlet. Extension
cords are not sufficiently safe (e.g. they
may overheat).
• Make sure the plug
is easily accessible
after installing the appliance.
• Do not use an extension cord to connect
the appliance to the
wall outlet. Extension
cords are not sufficiently safe (e.g. they
may overheat).
• Make sure the plug
is easily accessible
after installing the appliance.
This appliance can be
used by children aged 8
years and older or persons with physical, mental or sensory handicaps,
or those who are inexperienced or unfamiliar with
the appliance, provided
they are supervised or
have been instructed
how to safely use the appliance and are familiar
with the associated risks.
Ensure that children do
not play with the appliance. Children should
not be allowed to clean or
maintain the appliance.
Children less than 3 years
of age shall be kept away
unless continuously supervised.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Child safety
• Do not allow children
to play with the appliance.
• Dishwashing detergents can be caustic
and irritate the eyes,
mouth and throat.
Read the safety notes
from detergent manufacturer.
• Never leave children
unsupervised when
the appliance is open.
It can contain residue
detergent.
• Dishwasher water is
not suitable for drinking. Danger of injury
from the caustic chemicals.
• When you open the
door during a programme, be careful
as water temperature
is high
• To avoid injury always
place long and sharp/
pointed items (e.g.
forks, knives) in the
cutlery basket, pointing
down, or flat on the top
basket.
Daily maintenance
• Use the appliance for
household dishwashing only.
• Do not use solvents in
the appliance as there
is a risk of explosion.
• Do not sit or stand on
the open door and do
not place any objects
on it. The device may
overturn.
• Do not open the door
when the appliance is
operating. Hot water
or steam can be released.
• Do not leave the door
open, because they it
can pose a hazard.
In case of problems
• Refer repair and modifications of the appliance to qualified technicians only.
• In the event of problems or repairs, unplug
the appliance from the
wall outlet:
• Unplug the appliance
by pulling the plug,
• turn off the circuit
breaker.
• Do not pull the power
cord, pull the plug only.
Close the water supply.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
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Recommendations
• To save energy and
water, rinse food residue of the dishes before loading the dishes
into the dishwasher.
Run the dishwasher
with full load.
• Use pre-wash programme only when
needed.
• Load bowls, cups and
mugs bottom facing
up.
• Do not load in the appliance any dishes that
are not dishwasher
safe and do not load
too many dishes.
Dishes and utensils
that are not suitable for
dishwashers.
• Ashtrays, candles,
cleaning pastes,
paints, chemicals, ferro-alloys;
• Forks, spoons and
knives with a handle
made of wood, ivory
or Nacre, glued items,
items contaminated
with abrasive powders,
acid or base
• Plastic dishes that are
not resistant to high
temperature, containers made of copper or
tin;
• Aluminium and silver
items (may be stained
or loose lustre)
• Some delicate types
of glass, porcelain with
decorative prints, as
prints may fade even
after the first wash;
some crystal dishes
as they may lose their
transparency, glued
silverware sensitive
to high temperatures,
lead crystal glass,
chopping boards,
items made with synthetic fibres;
• A b s o r b e n t o b j e c t s
such as a sponge or
kitchen cloths are not
suitable for the dishwasher.
Before buying dishes in
the future make sure they
are dishwasher safe.
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CARE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
RECYCLING
At the end of its useful
life, this product must
not be disposed of with
normal municipal waste.
Instead, it should be taken to an electronic waste
collection and recycling
point. It is indicated by
the symbol on the product itself, or on the Operating Instructions or
packaging.
The materials used in
making of this appliance
can be reused, as indicated. By reusing or
recycling the materials or
parts, you will be playing
an important part in protecting our environment.
Information about the relevant disposal points for
worn-out electrical goods
is available from your local authorities.
Thank you for your contribution to environmental
protection.
To avoid risks, prevent
the appliance pending
transport from being
used.
Disconnect the plug and
cut the power cord. Also
damage the door lock.
Packaging and some
parts of the appliance
are made of materials
suitable for recycling.
They are marked with the
recycling symbol and information about the type
of material.
Before using the appliance remove all packaging and dispose of it
in accordance with the
regulations.
Warning!
The packaging can be
dangerous for children.
Recyclable materials
can be taken to local
waste collection. Additional information can
be obtained from local
authorities and at waste
disposal points.
SCRAPPING OF AN
OLD APPLIANCE
In accordance with
European Directive
2012/19/EU and
Polish legislation
regarding used
electrical and electronic
goods, this appliance is
marked with the symbol
of the crossed-out waste
container.
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INSTALL THE APPLIANCE
Placement of the product
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When choosing the place of installation,
make sure you will be able to easily load and
remove dishes and utensils from the dishwasher.
Do not place the appliance in a room where
the temperature can fall below 0°C.
Before installing unpack the appliance following the instructions on the packaging.
Place the appliance close to the water valve
and drain. When installing the dishwasher assume that the connection will not be changed.
When you move the appliance do not handle it
by the door or control panel.
Leave some room on all sides to have
convenient access to the dishwasher when
cleaning.
Make sure that when you set the dishwasher
you do not crush the water supply and drain
hose. Also, make sure that the appliance is
not places on the power cord.
Level the appliance using the adjustable legs.
Proper level ensures trouble-free opening and
closing the dishwasher doors.
If the dishwasher door will not close properly,
check that the appliance stands firmly on the
floor, if not, adjust using the adjustable legs.
Water supply connection
Make sure that domestic water supply system is
suitable for the dishwasher. It is recommended
to install a filter in the water supply line to avoid
damage to the appliance due to impurities (such
as sand, clay, rust, etc.) that occasionally occur in
water. This will also prevent accumulation of sediment after dishwashing.
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NOTE: Aquastop water supply is used in
some dishwasher models. Dangerous voltage could occur with Aquastop. Do not cut
the Aquastop water supply. Do not allow it
to bend or twist
Important!
For safety reasons, close the water tap
after every wash
The drain hose
The drain hose can be connected directly to a
water drain or kitchen sink stub pipe. You can also
drain the water directly into the sink using the special bracket (if available), placing the drain hose
outlet on the kitchen sink edge. The drain hose
connection should be made at least 50 cm and up
to 110 cm from the floor.
Water supply hose
Do not use the water supply hose from the old
dishwasher. Use the new water supply hose
provided with the appliance. Before connecting,
rinse the hose with water. Connect the water supply hose directly to the
water feed valve. The
domestic water system
pressure should be at
least 0.03 MPa and up
to 1 MPa. If the water
pressure exceeds 1
MPa, install pressure
reducing valve.
When the connection is
ready, open the valve
completely and check
for leaks.
For safety reasons,
close the water supply
tap after every wash.
min 50cm / max 110cm
min 50cm / max 110cm
If the drain hose is longer than 4 m, dishes
may not be washed properly. The manufacturer is not be held responsible for such
a situation
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INSTALL THE APPLIANCE
Electrical connection
at lower voltage the dishwashing efficiency
will deteriorate and may damage the appliance.
Grounded plug must be connected to a grounded
power outlet with a proper voltage. If there is no
grounding, refer this to a qualified electrician. If
you operate the appliance without proper grounding, the manufacturer does not assume any liability
for the possible resulting damage.
The power cord may only be replaced by
authorized service or a qualified electrician. Failure to comply with these rules
may lead to an accident.
For safety reasons, you should always unplug the appliance after you have finished
using it.
Domestic electrical system must be protected with a 10-16A fuse.
The appliance must be supplied with 220240 V AC. If the supply voltage is 110 V,
use 3000W, 110/220 V set-up transformer
to connect the appliance. Do not connect
the appliance during installation.
In order not to avoid electric shock, do not
remove the plug from the wall outlet with
wet hands.
When you unplug the appliance from the
wall outlet, always pull the plug. Never pull
the power cord.
Always use the plug provided with the appliance. When you operate the appliance
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FEATURES AND COMPONENTS
The features and components of the appliance (fig. 1):
1.
Top spray arm
2.
Cutlery rack
3.
Upper basket
4.
Inner pipe
5.
Lower basket
6.
Salt container
7.Dispenser
8.
Cup shelf
9.
Spray arms
10.
Filter assembly
11.
Inlet pipe connector
12.
Drain pipe
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FEATURES AND COMPONENTS
Control panel (fig. 2):
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3
1
6
7
7
4
1
2
3
4
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1---Power button and indicator: to switch On/Off the appliance.and to show when the power on.
2---Program button and indicators: to press the button to select a wash program,and the indicator to
show which wash program you have chose.
3---Delay button and indicators: to show the delay time (3h/6h/9h).
4---Half load functions Button: To select Half load functions. (With this Half load function you can
only use it when you have only about or less than 6 place setting dish wave, and you will see less
water and energy consumption, can only be used with Intensive, Normal, ECO, Glass and 90 min.).
5---Start /Pause Button: To start the selected washing program or pause the washing program when the
machine is working.
6---Salt and rinse aid warning lights: To show when the salt container or dispenser need to be refilled.
7---Attention: Child lock function: press delay button and Half load functions Button simultaneously to
lock the program.
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PREPARE THE APPLIANCE FOR OPERATION
Before first use
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Before using the appliance, verify
that the data given on the rating plate
matches that of local power outlets.
Remove all packing materials from
inside of the appliance.
Prepare special salt (water softener).
Add 2 kg special salt (intended for
dishwashers) to the salt dispenser and
fill it with water to the brim.
Pour into the rinse aid dispenser.
The importance of water descaling
A dishwasher requires soft water (with
low calcium content) to operate efficiently.
Otherwise, white residue main remain on
the dishes and inside the appliance. This
has a negative impact on the quality of
dishwashing, rinsing and drying. When
the water flows through the softener, ions
responsible for the water hardness are
removed, and the water becomes soft, for
best dishwashing results. Depending on
the degree of water hardness, the ions
responsible for water hardness accumulate
quickly inside the water softener. Therefore, the water softener must be regenerated to operate with the same efficiency
during the next wash. This is why special
salt is used in the dishwasher.
Add special salt
Only use special salt intended for dishwashers. To
add special salt you must first remove the lower
basket and then open the lid of the salt dispenser
by turning it counter clockwise - (1). Fill the special
salt dispenser (~ 1.5 kg of special salt) and water
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(2) using the supplied funnel (2). Replace and
close the lid. If the salt indicator on the control
panel lights up, refill the special salt dispenser.
Use only the special salt intended for
dishwashers.
Fill the salt container with water only before
first use.
Do not add kitchen salt to the dishwasher. The salt
dispenser can degrade over time. When you start
a programme special salt dispenser is filled with
water. Therefore, you should pour the special salt
before starting the dishwasher.
Special salt will be washed away during the
dishwashing programme. If you pour the special
salt and do not intend to run a dishwashing programme, run the quick programme with an empty
dishwasher in order to prevent corrosion.
The test strip
The dishwashing effectiveness is linked to water hardness. Therefore, the appliance is equipped
with a system to reduce the hardness of the water supply. The dishwashing effectiveness is
improved when the system is set correctly. To check water hardness contact the municipal water
company or determined the water hardness using test strip (if available).
Open the
test strip
package
Open the
water tap for
1 min.
Immerse the
test strip in
the water for
1 second.
Once
removed
shake off
the residual
water
Wait 1 min.
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Set the dishwasher water hardness in accordance with the measurement made
Level 1 – no calcium
Level 2 – very small calcium content
Level 3 – small calcium content
Level 4 – medium calcium content
Level 5 – high calcium content
Level 6 - very high calcium content
PREPARE THE APPLIANCE FOR OPERATION
Fill the detergent dispenser
the programme with a higher wash temperature.
Press latch to open the detergent dispenser, as
shown in figure. (1) The detergent dispenser
features volume marking. Using these markings
(lines) you can measure the correct amount of
detergent. The dispenser can accommodate a
maximum of 30g of detergent.
Open the pack with dishwasher detergent and
in the case of heavily soiled dishes pour 25 cm³
detergent into the main wash compartment (b) or
15 cm³ for less soiled dishes. (2) If the dishes remained unwashed for an extended period of time
or if food has dried, pour 5 cm³ detergent (a) into
the pre-wash compartment and start the dishwasher. Depending on the amount of soil and the water
hardness you may need to add more detergent.
Generally, using multi-component detergents
suitable results are obtained only under certain
conditions. Such detergents contain rinse aid and/
or special salt in a specific amount. It is recommended to use special salt when using multicomponent tablets.
What you should pay attention to when using
these tablets.
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Always check the type of detergent used and
whether it is a multi-component product.
Make sure that the detergent used is appropriate for tap water hardness.
Follow the instructions on the product packaging.
If the detergent is in the form of tablets, never
place it the cutlery basket. Always place the
tablet in the detergent dispenser compartment.
The use of these detergents yields good
results only in certain applications. Using
this type of detergent you should contact the
manufacturer for information about proper use.
If you use the detergent properly and dishwasher settings are correct you can save on
salt and/or rinse aid.
If dishwashing results while using 2-in-1 or
3-in-1 detergents are not satisfactory (traces of
lime scale on the dishes), please contact the
detergent manufacturer. The warranty does
not cover complaints due to the use of multicomponent detergents.
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Detergent powder
Detergent tablet
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Recommended use: For best results using
multi-component cleaning agents, add
special salt and rinse aid in the dishwasher
and set the water hardness and amount of
rinse aid to the lowest setting.
The solubility of the detergent tablets made
by different manufacturers can vary with
regard to temperature and time. It is therefore not recommended to use detergent
tablets in quick programmes. It is recommended to use powder detergents in quick
programmes.
Multi-component (multitab) detergents (eg.
2-in-1, 3-in-1, etc.)
There are three types of detergents:
1. Containing phosphates and chlorine,
2. Containing phosphates and no chlorine,
3. Containing no phosphates and no chlorine.
The latest tablets are generally phosphate-free.
Since phosphates have water softening properties, we recommend adding salt to the container
even if the water hardness is only 6°dH. If you use
phosphate-free detergent where water is hard,
white residue may be visible on the dishes. You
can prevent this by increasing the amount of detergent. Chlorine-free detergents have less bleaching
effect. Stains may not be entirely removed. Select
Always store detergents in a dry, cool
place, out of reach of children. Add detergent to the dispenser immediately before
using the appliance.
Warning: If encounter another problem
when using a multi-component detergent,
please contact the detergent manufacturer.
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PREPARE THE APPLIANCE FOR OPERATION
Stop using multi-component detergents
• Add special salt and rinse aid to dispensers.
• Set the water hardness to the highest level (6)
and run an empty dishwasher.
• Adjust the water hardness.
• Adjust rinse aid setting.
Add rinse aid to the dispenser and adjust setting
Use rinse aid to prevent the formation of white
water drops, lime scale spots, white streaks that
may occur on the dishes, as well as to improve
the drying process. Contrary to popular belief, it
not only serves to obtain a shiny dishes, but also
to facilitate drying. For this reason, make sure
there is always sufficient amount of rinse aid in the
dispenser.
If the rinse aid indicator on the control panel lights
up, add rinse aid to the dispenser.
To add rinse aid remove the dispenser lid by
unscrewing it (1). Add rinse aid until the level indicator becomes dark. (4) Replace the lid and turn
it until markings align. Use rinse aid level indicator
to make sure the level is sufficient. Dark colour (4)
indicates sufficient rinse aid level in the dispenser,
and the light colour (4) indicates you need to add
rinse aid to the dispenser.
You can adjust rinse aid dosage from 1 to 6. The
factory setting for the rinse aid is 4. Adjust to a
higher dose if streaks remain on the dishes after
drying or to a lower dose if blue residue collets on
the dishes.
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Rinse-Aid indicator
Full
¾ full
½ full
¼ full (add more)
Empty
Warning: Use only rinse aid designed for
domestic dishwashers. Wipe up spilled
rinse aid with a cloth as it will cause the
formation of large amounts of foam, and
thus will reduce the dishwashing effectiveness.
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PREPARE THE APPLIANCE FOR OPERATION
Close the detergent compartment
If your dishes are only moderately dirty,
you may be able to use less detergent
than recommended.
-compartment.
Press down the lid (1) until it clicks shut (2).
-If you are using detergent in tablet form, read the
manufacturer recommendations on the packaging
in order to determine where the tablets should be
placed inside the dishwasher (e.g. in cutlery basket, detergent compartment, etc.).
Make sure that the lid on the detergent compartment is closed, even if you are using tablets.
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PREPARE THE APPLIANCE FOR OPERATION
Water hardness table
Water
hardness
German
degrees [dH]
French
degrees [dF]
British
degrees [dE]
Water hardness level
indicator
Salt consumption [g/cycle]
1
0~5
0~9
0~6
H1
0
2
6-11
10-20
7-14
H2
9
3
12-17
21-30
15-21
H3
12
4
18-22
31-40
22-28
H4
20
5
23-34
41-60
29-42
H5
30
6
35-55
61-98
43-69
H6
60
If the water hardness is higher than the maximum values given in the table above, or if you use water
from a deep well, it is recommended to use filters and water treatment equipment.
NOTE: The factory settings are for the water hardness level 3.
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1. Switch on the appliance;
2. Press the Start/Pause button for more than
3 seconds to start the water softener set model
within 60seconds after the appliance was
switched on;
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3. Press the Start/Pause button to select the
proper set according to your local environment, the
sets will change in the following sequence:
H1->H2->H3->H4->H5->H6;
4. Press the Power button button to end the set up
model.
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The use of detergents
Use a detergent for domestic dishwashers.
On the market you can find detergent intended for dishwashers in the form of powder, gel and tablets. The detergent must be
placed in the dispenser before starting the
dishwasher. Store detergent in a cool and
dry place, out of reach of children.
Do not overfill the detergent dispenser,
otherwise the detergent may not dissolve
completely and leave streaks on the
dishes.
If you need more information on the detergent used, please contact the manufacturer directly.
LOAD DISHES INTO DISHWASHER
Upper basket
Raise the basket
The upper basket is designed for washing delicate
dishes such as glasses, cups, plates, etc.
Dishes that are placed in the upper basket should
be less soiled than dishes in the lower basket.
In addition, you can place long forks, knives and
spoons horizontally on shelves so as not to obstruct the spray arms.
Press the handle
upward to lower the
basket.
Adjust handle
Lower basket
Place the plates, bowls, pots, etc in the lower basket. Make sure that the dishes in the lower basket
do not block spray arm and it can freely rotate.
Place large pans and heavily soiled items such as
pots, pans, lids, dishes, etc. in the lower basket.
Place dishes upside down, so that water does not
collect inside.
Fold the shelves
Fold the shelves to increase the capacity of the
upper basket. You can place the glasses and
mugs on the shelves.
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Place the dishes in such a way that they
do not block the spray arm.
Adjust the height of upper basket
You can adjust the height of the upper basket to
make more room for large dishes, both on the
upper and lower basket. To adjust the height of the
upper basket raise it to upper position and push
the handle up to lower the lower basket — see
figure below.
Fold lower basket elements
In order to make more room for pots and pan you
can fold basket elements as shown in the figure.
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LOAD DISHES INTO DISHWASHER
Cutlery basket
Cutlery basket could be have 2 positions:
Place knives and forks separately from each other,
and make sure they do not touch as this may
cause poor washing results.
Position one: lift
the left basket
up, both left and
right baskets are
sideling.
Position two: adjust
the left basket to
lower position,
left basket is flat
and right basket is
sideling.
For best washing results place knives and forks in
the cutlery basket, and make sure:
■ Items do not touch
■ Longest times are in the middle of the basket
Note: Cutlery must
not project outside the
cutlery basket outline
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LOAD DISHES INTO DISHWASHER
The standard load and test results
Capacity:
The upper and lower basket: 10 place settings. Set the upper basket to the upper position. Place the
cups on the shelves.
Detergent/rinse aid
3+25g, in accordance with the EN 50242, IEC 436 international standards/rinse aid dose: 6
Test programme
Eco, in accordance with the EN 50242 international standard
Upper basket
Cutlery basket
Tablespoons
Forks
Lower basket
Knives
Teaspoons
Dessert spoons
Food serving spoons
Food serving forks
Spoons for sauces
Tests specification according to EN 50242
Capacity —10 standard place settings
Upper basket setting — lower position
Programme — ECO
Rinse dose setting — 6
Water hardness setting — H3
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TURN ON THE APPLIANCE AND SELECT PROGRAMME
Turn on the appliance
Starting a cycle wash
1. Draw out the lower and upper basket, load the dishes and push them back.
It is commended to load the lower basket first, then the upper one (see the section entitled
Loading the Dishwasher).
2. Pour in the detergent (see the section entitled Salt, Detergent and Rinse Aid).
3. Insert the plug into the socket. The power supply is 220-240 VAC /50 HZ, the specification
of the socket is 10A 250VAC. Make sure that the water supply is turned on to full pressure.
4. Close the door, press the On/Off button, and the On/Off light will turn on.
5. Turn the program button , the wash program will be changed as follows direction:
ECO->Glass->90 min->Rapid->Intensive->Normal;
If a program is selected, the response light will light. Then press the Start/Pause button, the
dishwasher begins to start.
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TURN ON THE APPLIANCE AND SELECT PROGRAMME
Change programme
Premise:
1. A cycle that is underway can only be modified if it has only been running for a short time. Otherwise,
the detergent may have already been released, and the appliance may have already drained the wash
water. If this is the case, the detergent dispenser must be refilled (see the section entitled „Loading the
Detergent „).
2. Press the Start/Pause button, the machine will be in standby state, press the program button more
than 3s then you can change the program to the desired cycle setting (see the section entitled „Starting
a wash cycle. . .“).
If you open the door during a wash cycle, the machine will pause. The program light will stop
blinking and the buzzer will mooing every minute unless you close the door. After you close the
door, the machine will keep on working after 10 seconds. If your model has broken remember
function, the machine will go on to finish the selected program after the power cut.
When the working cycle has finished, the buzzer of the dishwasher will sound for 8 seconds, then stop.
Turn off the appliance using the Power switch button, shut off the water supply and open the door of the
dishwasher. Wait for a few minutes before unloading the dishwasher to avoid handling the dishes and
utensils while they are still hot and more susceptible to breakage. They will also dry better.
Switch Off the Dishwasher
The program light is on but is not blinking, only in this case the programme has ended.
1.Switch off the dishwasher by pressing the ON/OFF button.
2.Turn off the water tap!
Open the door carefully
Hot dishes are sensitive to knocks. The dishes should therefore be allowed to cool down around 15
minutes before removing from the appliance. Open the dishwasher’s door, leave it ajar and wait a few
minutes before removing the dishes. In this way they will be cooler and the drying will be improved.
Unloading the dishwasher
It is normal that the dishwasher is wet inside. Empty the lower basket first and then the upper one. This
will avoid water dripping from the upper Basket onto the dishes in the lower one.
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TABLE OF PROGRAMMES
Table*:
Programme
name
Intensive
Normal
**ECO
Glass
90’
Rapid
60°C
55°C
45°C
40°C
65°C
45°C
Heavily
soiled dishes
with dried
food reside
Soiled dishes
with dried
food reside
Lightly soiled
glass-ware
and porcelain
Lightly soiled
glass-ware
and porcelain
Medium
soiled dishes
that require
quick washing
Quick programme for
lightly soiled
dishes, which
do not require
drying
Soil level
Heavily
soiled
Normal soil
Light soil
Light soil
Light soil
Light soil
Amount of
detergent
3g /22g
(1 piece)
3g /22g
(1 piece)
3g /22g
(1 piece)
3g /22g
(1 piece)
25g
(1 piece)
20g
Pre-wash 50°C
Pre-wash 45°C
Pre-wash
Pre-wash
Pre-wash 65°C
Wash 45°C
Wash 60°C
Wash 55°C
Wash 45°C
Wash 40°C
Rinse
Rinse 50°C
Rinse
Rinse
Rinse 65°C
Rinse
Rinse 65°C
Rinse
Rinse 65°C
Dry
Rinse 60°C
Dry
Rinse 70°C
Dry
Temperature
Type of soil
Rinse 55°C
Dry
Dry
*Programme
duration [min]
165
175
190
125
90
30
*Energy consumption [kWh]
1.4
1.1
0.74
0.75
1.15
0.7
13
9
13.5
11.5
10
*Water consumption [l]
16.5
** Standard programme This is a reference program for research institutes. Tests according to
EN 50242.
This programme is suitable for washing normally soiled tableware. This is the most effective programme taking into account the total energy and water consumption for this kind of tableware.
* Programme duration, energy and water consumption value given in the table have been determined
under laboratory conditions. The actual values can differ.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Regular dishwasher cleaning can extend its lifetime of trouble-free operation.
Grease and limescale can accumulate in dishwasher chamber. In the event of such accumulation
- Add detergent and do not load any dishes. Select
a high temperature washing programme and start
the dishwasher. If the result is not satisfactory, use
a special cleaner available on the market. (Cleaners manufactured specifically for dishwashers).
Clean the dishwasher door seal
• Never use the dishwasher without the
filter assembly.
• Improper mounting of the filters reduces
the dishwashing effectiveness.
• Clean filters are key to correct dishwasher operation.
Cleaning the door lock
After each use wipe the door lock and around with
a cloth soaked with mild detergent and wipe dry.
Do not flood the lock with water. Do not use any
aerosol cleaners. They may damage the lock and
electric components inside.
To remove any accumulated residue from the door
seals, wipe the seals regularly with a damp cloth.
Clean the dishwasher
Clean the spray arms and filters at least once a
week. Before cleaning unplug the dishwasher from
wall outlet and close the water supply valve. Do
not use harsh or abrasive materials when cleaning. Wash with a mild cleaning agent and a damp
cloth.
Filters
Check if food residue has accumulated on the
strainer and fine filter. If so, remove the filters and
clean them thoroughly under running water.
1. Main filter
2. Strainer
3. Fine filter
1. Remove the lower basket.
2. Turn the strainer counter-clockwise and pull it
up.
3. Remove the filter assembly.
4. Remove the fine filter from the strainer
5. Thoroughly clean the filters under running
water. Use a brush if necessary.
6. Install the filters in reverse order.
7. Insert the filter assembly into the chamber and
then turn clockwise.
Spray arms
Make sure that jet nozzles the upper and lower
spray arm are not clogged. If jet nozzles are
clogged, remove the spray arms and clean them
under running water.
Remove the lower spray arm by pulling it upwards,
while the upper arm is removed by turning the nut
counter-clockwise.
When mounting the spray arm make sure that the
nut is well tightened.
Water supply hose filter
The water is filtered by the filter in the water supply
line to avoid damage to the appliance due to impurities (such as sand, clay, rust, etc.) that occasionally occur in water. This will also prevent accumulation of sediment after dishwashing. Periodically
inspect the filter and hose and clean if necessary.
To clear the filter, close the water supply valve,
then remove the hose. Remove the filter from the
hose and clean it under running water. Replace
the clean filter inside the hose. Install the hose.
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ERROR CODES AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Programme indicators:
a) all indicators off — standby
b) one programme indicator lights steady — programme paused pause or waiting to start the
programme
c) one indicator flashing — programme in progress, the appliance operates
d) an indicator is flashing fast — error (see the following table)
ERROR CODE
DESCRIPTION OF THE
FAULT
ACTION
The Rapid light flicker fleetly
Longer water inlet time
Faucets is not opened, or water
intake is restricted,or water pressure
is too low.
The Rapid light and the 90Min
light flicker fleetly
Not reaching required temperature.
Malfunction of heating element.
The Glass light flicker fleetly
Overflow
Some dishwasher element leaks.
One of programme indicators lights up and the
Start/Pause indicator flashes
• The dishwasher door is open — close the
door.
If the programme won't start
• Make sure the plug is properly inserted into
the wall outlet.
• Check the fuses in the electrical system
• Make sure that the water supply valve is open.
• Make sure that the door is closed.
• Make sure that the dishwasher is turned off by
pressing the On/Off button.
• Make sure that the water supply filter and dishwasher filters are clean.
If the indicators do not go out after washing
• You did not press the On/Off button.
• If the there is residue detergent in the dispenser
• Detergent was added to wet dispenser.
If there is water in the dishwasher when programme completes
• Water drain hose is clogged or kinked.
• The filters are clogged.
• The programme not yet completed.
The dishwasher stops during a washing programme
• Power failure.
• No water supply;
• The program can be paused.
You can hear clinking noises inside the appliance
• The dishes are arranged incorrectly.
• Spray arm hits the dishes.
If food residue remains on the dishes
• Dishes are improperly loaded into the dishwasher and the water does not reach everywhere.
• Basket overloaded.
• The dishes touch one another.
• A very small amount of detergent was added.
• Unsuitable, gentle washing programme selected.
• Spray arm clogged with food residue.
• Clogged filters.
• Filters improperly fitted.
• Drain pump clogged.
If white spots or streaks appear on the dishes
• Very small amount of detergent was added.
• Low dose of rinse aid.
• You are not using special salt, in spite of the
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PRACTICAL ADVICE AND USEFUL INFORMATION
high water hardness.
• Water softening system is at very low setting.
• The special salt dispenser lid is not closed
properly.
If the dishes won't dry
• A program that does not include a drying
phase has been selected.
• Special salt dosage set too low
• The dishes are removed too soon from the
dishwasher.
dispenser.
• The appliance is improperly grounded.
If the problem could not be corrected or, in the
case of a defect not described above, please
contact our service centre.
If traces of corrosion appear on cookware
• The quality of cookware stainless steel is low.
• A lot of salt in the rinse water.
• The special salt dispenser lid is not closed
properly.
• Too much special salt spilled when filling the
Manufacturer’s Declaration
The manufacturer hereby declares that this product meets the requirements of
the following European directives:
— Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/UE,
— Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2014/30/UE,
— Eco-design Directive 2009/125/EC,
— RoHS Directive 2011/65/UE,
and has been marked with the
symbol and issued with a declaration of
compliance made available to market regulators.
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PRODUCT FICHE
Product fiche in accordance with the Commission Delegated Regulation(EU) No 1059/2010 and in accordance with Commission Regulation (EU) No 1016/2010.
Amica
Supplier’s name or trade mark
Type
GSP 14844 E
Rated capacity
10
Energy efficiency class
A++
1)
Annual energy consumption in kWh (AEC ) ( 280 cycles )2)
211
Energy consumption of the standard cleaning cycle (Et ) (kWh per cycle)
0,74
Power consumption in off-mode Po [W]
0,45
Power consumption in left-on mode (PI) [W]
0,49
Annual water consumption in litres (AWC) ( 280 cycles )
Drying efficiency class (ID)4)
Standard programme
3)
2520
A
Eco
5)
The standard cleaning cycle duration [min]
190
Duration of the left-on mode (Tl) [min]
-
Sound pressure level [dB(A) re1 pW]
49
Equipment designed for fitting
-
Height [mm]
845
Height (without worktop) [mm]
815
Width [mm]
448
Depth [mm]
605
Voltage/frequency
230 V / ~ 50 Hz / 10A
Water supply pressure
0.4-10 bar = 0.04-1 Mpa
Total power consumption [W]
1930
Heating element power [W]
1800
Washing pump power [W]
98
Drain pump power [W]
30
Cut-off device [A]
10
Net weight [kg]
34,5
A+++ (highest efficiency) to D (lowest efficiency)
Energy consumption »X« kWh per annum based on 280 standard cleaning cycles using cold water and energy
consumption in power saving modes. Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
3)
Water consumption »X« litres per year, based on 280 standard cleaning cycles. Actual water consumption will
depend on how the appliance is used.
4)
Energy efficiency class »X« on a scale from G (lowest efficiency) to A (highest efficiency).
5)
This programme is suitable for washing normally soiled tableware. This is the most effective programme taking into
account the total energy and water consumption for this kind of tableware.
The appliance meets the European standards and requirements of the directives in the current version at delivery:
- LVD 2014/35/UE
- EMC2014/30/UE
- EUP 2009/125/EC
1)
2)
The above values have been measured in accordance with standards under specified operating conditions.
Results may vary greatly according to quantity, water hardness, amount of detergent and the level of tableware soil,
etc. The manual is based on the European Union’s standards and rules.
We reserve the right to make design and technical changes to the appliance.
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