V-ZUG Ltd
Dishwasher
Design integrated Adora SL
Operating instructions
Thank you for choosing to buy one of our products. Your appliance is made
to high standards and is easy to use. Nevertheless, please take the time to
read these operating instructions in order to familiarize yourself with the
appliance and get the best use out of it.
Please follow the safety precautions.
Modifications
Text, diagrams and data correspond to the technical standard of the appliance at the time these operating instructions went to press. The right to make
technical modifications for the purpose of the further development of the
appliance is reserved.
Symbols used
Denotes important safety precautions. Failure to observe said
precautions can result in injury or damage to the appliance or
fittings!
➤
Indicates step-by-step instructions.
– Describes how the appliance reacts to the steps taken.
• Indicates a list.
Denotes useful tips for the user.
Validity
The model number corresponds to the first 3 digits on the identification plate.
These operating instructions apply to the models:
Model
Type
Model no.
Size system
Adora 55 SL
GS 55SLdi
234
SMS 55
Adora 55 SL
GS 55SL-Gdi
236
SMS 55
Adora 60 SL
GS 60SLdi
238
EURO 60
Adora 60 SL
GS 60SL-Gdi
259
EURO 60
Variations depending on the model are noted in the text.
© V-ZUG Ltd, CH-6301 Zug, 2013
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Contents
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Safety precautions
1.1 Before using for the first time
1.2 Correct use . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3 Children in the home . . . . . .
1.4 Note on use . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Your appliance
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2.1 Appliance description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.2 Appliance construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.3 Operating and display elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
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Programme overview
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3.1 Additional functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.2 Fondue/Raclette programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
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User settings
4.1 Language . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Resetting the language .
4.3 Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4 Acoustic signal . . . . . . . .
4.5 «All in 1» detergent . . . . .
4.6 Childproof lock . . . . . . . .
4.7 Rinse agent dosage . . . .
4.8 Water hardness . . . . . . .
4.9 Hot water connection . . .
4.10 Temperature unit . . . . . .
4.11 Restoring factory settings
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Operation
5.1 Preparing the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2 Loading the baskets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 Loading tips for the upper basket . . . .
5.4 Loading tips for the lower basket . . . . .
5.5 Adding the detergent . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6 Selecting a programme . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7 Selecting the economy programme . . .
5.8 Selecting additional functions . . . . . . . .
5.9 Saving additional functions . . . . . . . . . .
5.10 Delayed start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.11 Interrupting a programme . . . . . . . . . . .
5.12 Aborting a programme . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.13 End of programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.14 Operation with childproof lock activated
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Care and maintenance
6.1 Cleaning the interior . . . . . . .
6.2 Cleaning the exterior . . . . . .
6.3 Cleaning the filter system . . .
6.4 Cleaning the spray arms . . .
6.5 Filling with regeneration salt
6.6 Filling with rinse agent . . . . .
6.7 Cleaning the water inlet filter
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Trouble-shooting
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7.1 What to do if … . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
7.2 Power failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
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Dishwashing tips
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Accessories and spare parts
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10 Technical data
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10.1 Note for testing institutes (SMS 55) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
10.2 Note for testing institutes (EURO 60) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
10.3 Noise measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
11 Disposal
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12 Index
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13 Repair service
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4
1
Safety precautions
The appliance corresponds to recognised technology standards
and the relevant safety regulations. Proper use of the appliance is
however essential to avoid damage and accidents. Please
therefore follow the precautions given in these operating
instructions.
In accordance with the requirements of IEC 60335-1:
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless supervised or unless they have been given instruction
concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their
safety.
1.1
Before using for the first time
• The appliance must be installed and connected up to the electricity supply
in accordance with the separate installation instructions. Have the
necessary work carried out by a qualified fitter/electrician.
• Dispose of the packaging material in accordance with local regulations.
• Fill the salt reservoir with approximately 1.5 l water and 1 kg regeneration
salt.
For hygiene reasons, regeneration salt is also recommended for use
with low water hardness and
detergents.
• Run a wash programme without any dishes (
programme with
detergent) in order to remove traces of grease left behind from the
manufacturing process.
The appliance was tested with water before being shipped. There may
therefore still be traces of water left in the appliance.
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1 Safety precautions
1.2
Correct use
• The appliance is only suitable for washing household dishes and cutlery
with water and standard dishwasher detergent. The appliance is for use in
the home and for the intended purpose only. No liability is assumed for any
damage caused by improper or incorrect use.
• Any repairs, modifications or manipulations to the appliance, especially
any electrically live parts, may only be carried out by the manufacturer, its
Customer Services or similarly qualified persons. Repairs if carried out
incorrectly may cause serious injury, damage to the appliance and fittings,
as well as affect the functioning of the appliance. If the appliance is not
working properly or in case of a repair order, follow the instructions given
in the REPAIR SERVICE section. If necessary, please contact our Customer
Services.
• Use original spare parts only.
• Retain these operating instructions for future reference. If you sell or pass
the appliance on to a third party, please ensure these operating instructions accompany the appliance, together with the instructions on installation. In this way, the new owner can inform themselves about how to use
the appliance correctly and read the pertinent safety precautions.
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1 Safety precautions
1.3
Children in the home
• Packaging material (e.g. plastic, polystyrene) can be dangerous for
children. Danger of suffocation! Keep packaging material away from
children.
• The appliance is designed for use by adults who are familiar with these
operating instructions. Children are often unable to recognize the danger
of electrical appliances. Ensure proper supervision and do not allow
children to play with the appliance – there is a danger that children could
get locked inside.
• The water in the appliance is not to be used as drinking water. Detergent
residue in the appliance could cause eye or skin irritation! You should keep
children away from the open appliance.
• Detergents can irritate the eyes, mouth and throat and even cause choking!
You should keep detergent, regeneration salt and rinse agent out of the
reach of children.
• Use the childproof lock facility.
1.4
Note on use
When the power is off, the built-in overflow protection system is
disabled.
• If the appliance is visibly damaged, do not use it. Contact our Customer
Services.
• If the appliance is not operating properly, turn off the water tap and
disconnect the appliance from the electricity supply immediately.
• If the mains cable of the appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by
Customer Services in order to avoid hazard.
• Ensure that the mains cables of other electrical appliances do not get
caught in the door of the appliance. The electrical cable insulation could
become damaged.
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1 Safety precautions
• Do not sit or lean on the appliance door. After loading or unloading the
appliance, do not leave the appliance door open as it can pose a risk –
danger of tripping and bruising!
• Due to risk of injury, place knives and cutlery with sharp edges or points
into the cutlery basket in such a way that they do not stick out (points facing
downwards). Knives and cutlery may also be placed horizontally in the
upper basket.
• Do not lean on the upper basket – risk of accident!
• Keep animals away from the appliance.
• To protect your dishes and cutlery, read the DISHWASHING TIPS section.
• Only use detergent, rinse agent and regeneration salt explicitly recommended for use with your appliance by the manufacturer in the operating
instructions. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully.
• Do not use the appliance without any or too little detergent – risk of causing
damage to the appliance.
• Do not use washing-up liquid as it can cause excessive foaming, causing
your appliance to malfunction.
• Store detergent and regeneration salt in a cool, dry place. Lumpy detergent
can cause problems. Follow the safety warnings issued by the detergent
and rinse agent manufacturers carefully.
• After filling the salt reservoir, run the
programme without dishes.
• Never fill the rinse agent reservoir or the regeneration salt reservoir with
detergent. If this were to happen, however, do not operate the appliance
under any circumstances, as this could cause expensive damage to it. Call
our Customer Services.
• Do not wash objects that are soiled with inflammable or corrosive solvent,
paint, wax, chemicals (acids or bases) or iron chippings or that can shed
fibres in the appliance.
• Do not use solvents (e.g. turpentine, benzine) instead of, or in addition to,
water in the appliance – fire or explosion hazard!
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1 Safety precautions
• Before closing the appliance door and starting a programme ensure that
there are no foreign objects or pets in the appliance. Foreign objects, such
as nails and paper clips, can damage parts of the appliance as well as the
dishes.
• Never operate the appliance without the filter system in place.
• Only use soft materials for cleaning beneath the filter system. Never use
metal objects for cleaning.
• Avoid opening the appliance door unnecessarily during operation. The
dishes and the water may be hot – scalding hazard! The steam that
escapes can damage wood combination fascias. Spectacles can steam
up, impairing your vision.
• Do not leave the premises for a longer period of time when the appliance
is in operation.
• During longer absences, always turn off the water tap before cutting the
power going to the appliance by pulling out the plug or switching off the
fuse. Never pull the plug out of the mains socket by the cable. The mains
socket and the water connection are generally located in the cabinet
adjacent to the appliance (under the kitchen sink, behind the waste bin).
• Do not spray the outside of the appliance with water. Do not use a steam
cleaner.
• From time to time, check the drain hose for tears, kinks, twists, bends, etc.
• Ventilation openings on the base of the appliance must be kept clear and
not become blocked (e.g. through carpet).
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Your appliance
2.1
Appliance description
• Capacity
12 international place settings (SMS 55)
13 international place settings (EURO 60)
• 9 programmes
«Automatic»
«Daily Quick»
«Sprint»
«Glass»
«Intensive»
«Fondue/Raclette»
«Hygiene»
«Pre-rinsing»
«Economy programme»
• Additional functions
«Energy saving»
«SteamFinish»
«Partial load»
«Delayed start»
• Language selection
• «All in 1» detergent
• Childproof lock
• Acoustic signal
• Plain text display on glass panel
• Hot water connection
• Automatic water softener with limescale sensor
• Water hardness control
• Automatic rinse agent dosage
• Soil sensor
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2 Your appliance
2.2
Appliance construction
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6
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11
15
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3
10
1
Appliance door
2
Door handle
3
Operating and display elements
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Plain text display on glass panel
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Baskets
6
Filter system
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Salt reservoir
8
Detergent dispenser
9
Rinse agent reservoir
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4
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1
10 Quick operating instructions
11 Cutlery basket
12 «Small» cutlery basket
13 Vario cutlery basket insert
14 Spray arms
15 Ventilation opening
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2 Your appliance
2.3
Operating and display elements
Programme buttons
Programme selection
Economy programme
End of programme
Additional functions (buttons)
Energy saving
Partial load
SteamFinish
Delayed start
Programme symbols
Automatic
Intensive
Daily Quick
Fondue/Raclette
Sprint
Hygiene
Glass
Pre-rinsing
Additional functions/indicators (symbols)
12
Energy saving
«All in 1» detergent
SteamFinish
Rinse agent refill indicator
Partial load
Salt refill indicator
2 Your appliance
Display (plain text display)
(also on glass panel)
Automatic
Automatic
1h15
1h15
Various information appears in the display during the programme selection
and the programme sequence.
• Programme name with duration/temperature
• Programme progress and time remaining
• Additional functions
• Delayed start
• Childproof lock
• Hints and trouble-shooting
Acoustic signal
An acoustic signal is emitted at the end of the programme and in the event
of a malfunction.
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Programme overview
Programme
Symbol
Use
Automatic
Optimum cleaning results with minimal water and energy
consumption. For normal soiling. Not suitable for burned-on or driedon soiling.
Daily Quick
Quick programme for normal soiling. Cleans with higher spray
pressure.
Sprint
Quick programme for light soiling, e.g. aperitif dishware and tea and
coffee cups and saucers. With the «All in 1» setting, the programme
is extended by 10 minutes. Not suitable for slowly dissolving tabs.
Glass
Gentle programme for glasses.
Intensive
For heavy soiling. Particularly suitable for starchy soiling (mashed
potato, rice...).
Fondue/
Raclette
Hygiene
For heavy soiling. Particularly suitable for burned-on soiling (fondue
and raclette pans, gratin dishes...). Only use dishwasher-safe fondue
pans. Add detergent to the pre-rinsing compartment to improve the
cleaning results.
For sanitizing the appliance and the water outlet. Where hygiene
requirements are high (baby bottles, cutting boards...), items can be
cleaned at a higher temperature. Clean the filter system before
starting the programme.
Pre-rinsing
To prevent soiling drying on if intending to start a wash programme
later.
Economy
programme
Economical programme for normal soiling (declaration programme).
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3 Programme overview
Programme sequence/consumption data
PreInter- Rinsing with
Cleaning
Water Energy
rinsing
mediate rinse agent Drying Duration*
[°C]
[l]
[kWh]
[°C]
rinsing
[°C]
If required
50–60
If required
65
Yes
0h45
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1h35
7
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18
0.80
–
1.20
If required
60
Yes
60
Quick
0h45
14
1.10
No
55
No
60
Quick
0h19
7
0.80
No
45
Yes
60
Yes
0h45
11
0.80
If required
65
Yes
65
Yes
1h35
16
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21
1.20
–
1.30
Soaking
65
Yes
65
Yes
2h15
14
–
18
1.40
–
1.50
60
70
Yes
70
Yes
1h40
13
1.65
Yes
No
No
No
No
0h06
4
0.05
No
50
Yes
60
Yes
2h15
10
0.82
–
0.83
* For single-phase 230 V, 10 A connections, the duration of the programme is extended by up to
15 minutes.
Duration without final drying
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3.1
Additional functions
Function
Symbol
Use
Energy saving
Reduces the wash temperature during cleaning by 5 °C, providing
energy savings of about 10 % and gentle washing for glassware.
SteamFinish
An active steam phase runs while rinsing with rinse agent. The steam
hits the dishes, resulting in sparkling, dry dishes. The programme
duration is extended by about 15 minutes.
Partial load
With partial load, the programme is adapted to the smaller load. The
amount of water is reduced significantly. This saves between 1 and
6 l of water.
Delayed start
The delayed start allows you to wash during off-peak hours (e.g. at
off-peak electricity rates). A delayed start of between 30 minutes and
24 hours can be set. The delayed start duration last entered is shown
as a suggestion.
With the additional «Partial load» function, the programme duration is
shortened by up to 30 minutes.
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3 Programme overview
3.2
Fondue/Raclette programme
Uses
• Removes cheese which tends to stubbornly stick to fondue and raclette
pans and dishes.
• Removes food burned on to gratin dishes.
• Can be used to clean all other dishes.
Tips for best results
Fondue pans made of enamelled metal or stoneware can be cleaned in the
appliance.
Fondue pans made of earthenware (red-brown colour) should not be
washed in the appliance as these absorb water.
➤
Place the fondue pan facing
downwards so that residual water can
drain away.
Fondue pans with a large opening in the handle are suitable for
washing in the appliance.
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➤
Load raclette dishes in the upper
basket as shown in the diagram.
In addition to the detergent, add about 1 tablespoon of detergent to
the pre-rinsing compartment. You will improve the cleaning results in
the case of heavily burned-on food residue.
Use an aluminium heat distribution plate between the burner and the
fondue pan to protect the fondue pan and prevent heavily burned-on
soiling. Charred food residue cannot be completely removed through
washing in the appliance.
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4
User settings
User settings can only be changed when no programme is running. The
procedure is generally the same for all settings.
Changing user settings
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
User settings
Press the
button repeatedly until the
required setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Childproof lock
OFF
To change, press the
Childproof lock
ON
button.
– The symbol for the programme
selection button flashes.
– The setting is accepted.
Exiting user settings
➤
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
If no button is pressed within about 15 seconds, the user settings are
saved and the display goes out.
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4 User settings
The following diagram gives an overview of the possible user settings.
Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds
User settings
Language
ENGLISH
Contrast
Acoustic signal
HIGH
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Deutsch
Français
Italiano
Rumantsch
English
...
Contrast in 0..1..2..3 *..4..5..6
• Off
• Low
• High *
All in 1
OFF
• Off *
• On
Childproof lock
OFF
• Off *
• On
Rinse agent
Water hardness unit
Water hardness
Hot water
AUTOMATIC
˚fH
AUTOMATIC
NO
• Automatic *
• Off
• 1..2..12
• ˚fH *
• ˚dH
• Automatic *
• 0–5 ... 81–120 (˚fH)
• 0–3 ... 46–65 (˚dH)
• No *
• Yes
• No heating
Temperature unit
˚C
• ˚C *
• ˚F
Factory settings
NO
• No *
• Yes
* Factory setting
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4 User settings
4.1
Language
The language in the display can be changed.
Changing the language
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
User settings
Press the
button repeatedly until the
current language appears in the display,
e.g.:
Sprache
Press the
button repeatedly until the
required language appears in the display,
e.g.:
Language
DEUTSCH
ENGLISH
– The setting is accepted.
➤
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
4.2
➤
Configuration saved
Resetting the language
With the appliance switched off, hold the
and
buttons depressed for
10 seconds.
– User settings are started and the
language setting appears in the
display in a predefined language.
➤
Press the
button repeatedly until the
required language appears in the display.
➤
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
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4 User settings
4.3
Contrast
With this function, the contrast of the display can be changed.
Changing the contrast
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
User settings
Press the
button repeatedly until the
current setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Contrast
➤
➤
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Increase contrast:
button
Decrease contrast:
button
– The setting is accepted.
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
4 User settings
4.4
Acoustic signal
An acoustic signal is emitted at the end of a programme and if the appliance
malfunctions. It can be set at one of three levels («Off», «Low», «High»).
In the event of a malfunction, an acoustic signal is emitted even if it is
set to off.
If a delayed start has been set, no acoustic signal is emitted at the
end of the programme.
Changing the loudness
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
Press the
button repeatedly until the
current setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Press the
button repeatedly until the
required setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
User settings
Acoustic signal
HIGH
Acoustic signal
LOW
– The setting is accepted.
➤
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
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4.5
«All in 1» detergent
The «All in 1» setting adapts the programme for use with detergent with
integrated salt and rinse agent function in an optimal way.
•
products can only be used up to a certain water hardness. If the
or
refill indicators illuminate, still refill with regeneration salt or rinse
agent.
• The duration of very short programmes is extended because
takes longer to dissolve.
detergent
Setting for «All in 1» detergent
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
User settings
Press the
button repeatedly until the
current setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
All in 1
OFF
To change, press the
All in 1
ON
button.
– The setting is accepted.
–
➤
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illuminates.
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
4 User settings
4.6
Childproof lock
The childproof lock prevents a programme from being started accidentally. If
the childproof lock is on, a programme can only be started by pressing two
buttons simultaneously.
Setting the childproof lock
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
User settings
Press the
button repeatedly until the
current setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Childproof lock
OFF
To change, press the
Childproof lock
ON
button.
– The setting is accepted.
➤
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
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4 User settings
4.7
Rinse agent dosage
The rinse agent dosage is automatically adjusted to the load level and the
water hardness. If the drying result is unsatisfactory, then the dosage can be
switched off manually («Off» setting) or set to one of 12 levels.
• If the dishes are still wet or there are water spots, set the dosage to level
6 or higher.
• If the dishes are streaky, set the dosage to level 3.
Setting the rinse agent dosage
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
User settings
Press the
button repeatedly until the
current setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Rinse agent
AUTOMATIC
Press the
button repeatedly until the
required setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Rinse agent
6
– The setting is accepted.
➤
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Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
4 User settings
4.8
Water hardness
The built-in water softener removes limescale from the water, enabling
problem-free cleaning. Automatic regeneration occurs at regular intervals,
thus guaranteeing its effectiveness. Your appliance is equipped with an
automatic limescale sensor. Configuring the level of water hardness is
therefore not necessary. The appliance automatically starts the regeneration
process at the right time. After regeneration, the next programme starts by
rinsing out the water softener by pumping water through it and draining
simultaneously.
For hygiene reasons, regeneration salt is also recommended for use with low
water hardness and
detergents.
For information on the level of water hardness in your area, visit
www.wasserqualitaet.ch or contact your local water authority.
Setting the water hardness unit
The unit of water hardness can be set to the French measure of water
hardness (°fH) or the German measure of water hardness (°dH).
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
User settings
Press the
button repeatedly until the
current setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Water hardness unit
˚fH
To change, press the
Water hardness unit
˚dH
button.
– The setting is accepted.
➤
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
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4 User settings
Setting the water hardness
The water hardness setting can be changed to suit local conditions.
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
User settings
Press the
button repeatedly until the
current setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Water hardness
AUTOMATIC
Press the
button repeatedly until the
required setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Water hardness
21–25˚fH
– The setting is accepted.
➤
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
The water softener is deactivated at level 0–5 °fH or 0–3 °dH.
Levels of water hardness
Possible settings in °fH (French measure of water hardness)
Automatic
0
–
5
6
–
10
11
–
15
16
–
20
21
–
25
26
–
30
31
–
35
36
–
40
41
–
50
51
–
60
61
–
70
71 81
–
–
80 120
Possible settings in °dH (German measure of water hardness)
Automatic
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0
–
3
4
–
6
7
–
9
10
–
12
13
–
14
15
–
16
17
–
19
20
–
22
23
–
27
28
–
32
33
–
38
39
–
45
46
–
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4.9
Hot water connection
The available hot water is used optimally. If the water intake is still too cold,
a short pre-rinse is carried out. The cleaning phase with hot water follows.
When the additional energy saving function is selected, the water is heated
up further electrically only to a minimum temperature, reducing energy
consumption further.
Setting the hot water connection
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
Press the
button repeatedly until the
current setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
To change, press the
button.
User settings
Hot water
NO
Hot water
YES
– The setting is accepted.
➤
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
«NO HEATING» setting
The water is not heated up further by the integrated heating element. For this
reason, this setting should only be selected if a water inlet temperature of
60 °C is ensured. Satisfactory cleaning and drying results are not guaranteed
at a lower temperature.
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4.10 Temperature unit
The unit of temperature can be set to degrees Celsius [°C] or degrees
Fahrenheit [°F]
Changing the unit of temperature
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
User settings
Press the
button repeatedly until the
current setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Temperature unit
˚C
To change, press the
Temperature unit
˚F
button.
– The setting is accepted.
➤
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Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
4 User settings
4.11 Restoring factory settings
The factory settings can be restored.
➤
➤
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
5 seconds.
User settings
Press the
button repeatedly until the
required setting appears in the display,
e.g.:
Factory settings
NO
To change, press the
Factory settings
YES
button.
– The setting is accepted.
➤
Press the
button repeatedly until in the
display appears:
Configuration saved
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5
Operation
5.1
Preparing the appliance
Open the appliance door
➤
Pull the door handle forwards.
– Any programme that is running will be automatically
interrupted.
Before using for the first time
➤
Switch the power on.
➤
Turn the water tap on.
➤
Fill the salt reservoir with approximately 1.5 l water and 1 kg regeneration
salt.
For hygiene reasons, regeneration salt is also recommended for use
with low water hardness and
detergents.
➤
Wipe away any excess salt around the edge of the salt reservoir.
➤
Fill the rinse agent reservoir with rinse agent.
➤
Run the
programme without dishes to protect the appliance from
corrosion from any excess salt.
On initial use, the
refill indicator can remain illuminated for several
wash cycles.
will go out when the salt concentration in the reservoir is evenly
distributed (after approximately 10 wash cycles).
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5 Operation
5.2
Loading the baskets
Not all table- and kitchenware are dishwasher safe. Please follow
the advice in DISHWASHING TIPS.
➤
Remove any coarse or hard pieces of food or foreign objects left on the
dishes.
➤
Make sure no toothpicks get into the appliance. Toothpicks can cause the
filter system to become clogged up.
➤
Dishes, pots and pans with heavily burned-on food debris stuck to them
should be soaked in water first.
➤
After loading the dishes, check that the spray arms can turn freely.
In the following, you will find some loading tips to help you get the best results
from your appliance.
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5.3
➤
Loading tips for the upper basket
Pull the upper basket out as far as it will go and load. Load smaller items
such as saucers, glasses, cups and dishes.
➤
If using foldable racks 1, stagger the items so that the water can reach
the dirty surfaces better.
➤
Load salad servers, spatulas, etc. in the vario cutlery basket insert.
➤
Rest glasses on the adjustable glass holder 2.
1
2
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5 Operation
Glass holders
The glass holders 1 are particularly
suitable for tall glasses. They can be
folded down or up.
➤
Push the glass holders gently down or,
alternatively, pull them up until they
engage.
1
Racks
1
The racks 1 can be used as glass holders.
Remove the racks to accommodate
tall glasses.
Dismantling/adjusting the height of the racks
The height of the racks is adjustable.
1. Push the rack 1 up by the hooks 2.
2. Push the rack inwards and then out.
➤
Hook the rack in the higher position
3, if required.
1
3
2.
1.
2
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Easy prongs
The easy prongs 1 can be placed over
the prongs anywhere in the basket.
By using the easy prongs, drinking
glasses, baby bottles, sports bottles,
vases and carafes can be placed
anywhere in the basket.
1
Use 2 easy prongs for wider vessels.
Foldable racks
Swing the rack 1 to the right to create an
additional loading area for cups and
glasses.
1
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5 Operation
Vario cutlery basket insert
➤
Place ladles 1, knives (points) 2 and frying spatulas 3 in the compartments,
pointing to the back. Stand wooden spoons 4 on their side.
4
3
1
2
➤
Place the vario cutlery basket insert on the
sliding guide at the back and on the
basket grip.
To load the upper basket, the vario cutlery
basket can be moved sideways or lifted up.
• The vario cutlery basket insert holds a
maximum of 14 pieces of cutlery.
Avoid placing any larger items (pans, bowls etc.) beneath the vario
cutlery basket insert so as not to obstruct the lower spray jet.
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5 Operation
Adjustable upper basket
The height of the upper basket can be adjusted to 3 levels by a total of
approximately 4 cm. It can be inclined in various ways.
Raising the upper basket
➤
Hold the upper basket at the sides by
the grips 1 and raise it into the position
required.
1
Lowering the upper basket
➤
Hold the upper basket at the sides by
the grips 1.
➤
Raise the upper basket slightly and
press the button 2 at the same time.
1
– The locking device is released.
➤
Lower the upper basket into the
position required, release the button
and engage the basket.
2
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5 Operation
5.4
➤
Loading tips for the lower basket
Pull the lower basket out as far as it will go and load.
➤
Load larger items such as plates, bowls, platters, pots and pans.
➤
Load wide dishes (soup plates, lids, etc.) at the back on the right.
Put plastic bowls in the upper basket. If loaded into the lower basket,
they could be lifted by the pressure of the water and could come into
contact with the revolving spray arm.
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5 Operation
Foldable racks
The racks 1 can be folded down to create
a larger area for loading e.g. large
platters, pans, dishes or a number of cups
and glasses.
Cooking trays can be placed between the
prongs. Easy prongs give optimal stability.
1
In order to fold the racks down,
the locking grip 2 at the side
must be pulled up.
2
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5 Operation
Easy prongs
1
The easy prongs 1 can be placed over
the prongs anywhere in the basket.
By using the easy prongs, drinking
glasses, baby bottles, sports bottles,
vases and carafes can be placed
anywhere in the basket.
Use 2 easy prongs for wider vessels.
Cleaning baking trays
The upper basket has to be removed
for larger baking trays.
➤
Slide the upper basket out as far as
possible.
➤
Remove the basket safety lock 2 by
pushing it upwards.
➤
Pull the upper basket out of its
guides.
2
When the upper basket is put back, the basket safety
lock 2 must be put back in.
➤
Arranging baking trays.
– The easy prongs act as a stable prop.
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5 Operation
Cutlery basket
To avoid injury, place knives and cutlery with sharp edges or points
into the cutlery basket in such a way that they do not stick out
(points facing downwards).
Knives and cutlery with sharp edges or points may also be placed
horizontally in the upper basket.
The cutlery basket may be placed over the easy prongs anywhere in the lower
basket.
➤
Put cutlery loosely in the cutlery
basket, with handles pointing down.
Make sure no spoons are sticking
together.
The inserts 1 supplied prevent items of
cutlery sticking together, water spots
during drying, and smaller items (e.g.
mocca spoons) slipping through the
basket.
➤
Fit the inserts to the cutlery basket.
1
When closing the appliance
door, ensure no items of cutlery
are sticking out of the tub or are
trapped. The leak tightness of the
appliance cannot otherwise be
assured.
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5 Operation
5.5
Adding the detergent
Powder
➤
Open the detergent dispenser by
pushing the release catch in the direction
of the arrow.
➤
Add the detergent to the detergent
compartment.
• For dosage, follow the detergent
manufacturer’s instructions.
• Observe the «20 and 30 ml» level
marks 1.
• For heavier soiling, add approximately
1 tablespoon of detergent to the
pre-rinsing compartment 2.
➤
1
2
Close the cover.
3
Tabs
➤
Place the tab 3 flat in the detergent
compartment.
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5 Operation
Choice of detergent
Do not use washing-up liquid. It can cause excessive foaming,
causing your appliance to malfunction.
Follow the dosage instructions printed on the detergent package
carefully. Using too high a dosage can cause damage to the
appliance.
➤
Only use detergent specially formulated for dishwashers.
• The detergent manufacturer’s advice centre will gladly help with any
problems (e.g. detergent dosage).
• Tabs may not dissolve properly at a wash temperature of 55 °C or lower,
affecting the cleaning performance of the appliance.
Using combination cleaning products (
tabs/powder)
If using combination cleaning products, which should render the use of rinse
agent and regeneration salt superfluous, please observe the following tips:
ON user settings to adapt the
• Use the All in 1
programmes and displays to the detergent.
• If the
or
refill indicators illuminate, the regeneration salt or rinse
agent should still be refilled.
• If the washing and drying results are not satisfactory, use conventional
cleaning products. Refill the regeneration salt and rinse agent reservoirs.
OFF . For complaints,
Change the user settings to All in 1
please contact the detergent manufacturer.
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5 Operation
5.6
Selecting a programme
➤
Press the
flashes.
button repeatedly until the required programme symbol
➤
Close the appliance door.
– The programme starts immediately.
If the appliance door is not closed within 15 seconds of selecting a
programme, all entries, symbols and the display are cleared. A 2×
acoustic signal is also emitted. It is necessary to make a new
programme selection.
Press the
button at any time to cancel the programme selected.
5.7
➤
With the appliance switched off, press the
–
➤
Selecting the economy programme
button.
flashes.
Close the appliance door.
– The programme starts immediately.
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5.8
Selecting additional functions
After selecting a programme, it is possible – within 15 seconds and while the
programme symbol is flashing – to select additional functions.
➤
Press the additional function button.
–
➤
illuminates (example).
Close the appliance door.
– The programme starts immediately.
It is not possible to select the additional
programme.
It is not possible to select the additional
the
programme.
function with the
and
functions with
Energy saving
This additional function reduces the energy consumption by approximately
10 %.
➤
Press the
–
➤
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button while the programme symbol is flashing.
illuminates.
Press the
button repeatedly to cancel the additional function.
5 Operation
SteamFinish
This additional function results in sparkling, dry dishes.
➤
Press the
–
➤
button while the programme symbol is flashing.
illuminates.
Press the
button repeatedly to cancel the additional function.
SteamFinish is not selectable if there is not sufficient regeneration salt
in the salt reservoir. Refill salt
appears in the
display.
Partial load
This additional function adjusts the amount of water to the smaller load.
➤
Press the
–
➤
illuminates.
Press the
5.9
button while the programme symbol is flashing.
button repeatedly to clear the additional function.
Saving additional functions
When an additional function is saved, it is automatically active during
programme selection.
➤
Hold the additional function button depressed for 5 seconds.
– The selection is saved.
➤
Depress the button again for 5 seconds to clear the saved function.
The corresponding symbol flashes briefly and an acoustic signal is
emitted to confirm that the additional function has been saved or
deselected.
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5.10 Delayed start
The delayed start allows you to wash during off-peak hours (e.g. at off-peak
electricity rates). A delayed start of between 30 minutes and 24 hours can be
set. The delayed start duration last entered is shown as a suggestion.
Setting a delayed start
➤
Select a programme and the additional «Delayed start» function.
➤
Repeatedly press or hold down the
button until the required delayed
start duration appears in the display, e.g.: Start in 2 hours
➤
Close the appliance door.
– The display goes dark.
– The countdown to the set delayed start begins.
Dishes can be loaded at any time during the delayed start.
When the delayed start period is up, the programme selected starts
automatically.
No acoustic signal is emitted at the end of the programme.
Clearing
➤
Open the appliance door.
➤
Repeatedly press or hold down the
button until the delayed start is
cleared and the programme phase appears.
➤
Close the appliance door.
– The programme selected starts.
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5.11 Interrupting a programme
The dishes and water may be hot – scalding hazard!
➤
Open the appliance door carefully.
– The programme is interrupted.
– The programme symbol flashes.
– Display (alternates), e.g.:
Close the door
Cleaning
1h05
When the appliance door is closed – in the case of higher water
temperatures – noise from the pump switching on and off up to
5 times with short pauses in between may be heard. During this
phase, temperature equalisation takes place.
5.12 Aborting a programme
The dishes and water may be hot – scalding hazard!
➤
Open the appliance door carefully.
– The programme is interrupted.
➤
Hold the
button depressed for
2 seconds.
– The water is pumped off.
Programme interrupted
– Display (alternates):
– A 5× acoustic signal is emitted.
Please wait ...
– The display and symbols go out.
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5.13 End of programme
At the end of the programme:
– A 5× acoustic signal is emitted.
– The display remains illuminated for about 60 minutes (drying).
– After drying, a long acoustic signal is emitted
For a better drying result, the fan continues running. The appliance
door should not be opened until a long acoustic signal is emitted and
the display goes out. After drying, the appliance enters the energysaving stand-by mode.
Unloading
➤
Unload the dishes or alternatively leave them in the appliance until next
needed.
Unload the lower basket first.
➤
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Periodically check the filter system and clean if necessary.
5 Operation
5.14 Operation with childproof lock activated
When the childproof lock is activated, before a programme can be selected
the childproof lock has to be overridden by pressing two buttons at the same
time. After accessing programme selection, the next steps (as described in
the previous sections) can be carried out.
Accessing programme selection
➤
Open the appliance door.
– Display for 15 seconds:
➤
Childproof lock
Hold the
button (the
button for the
economy programme) depressed and at
the same time press the
button.
– The childproof lock has been
overridden.
The appliance can now be operated without regard to the childproof
lock.
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Care and maintenance
6.1
Cleaning the interior
Using the correct dosage of detergent will automatically clean the interior of
the appliance. We recommend cleaning the appliance twice a year with
dishwasher cleaner.
Follow the directions for use for dishwasher cleaner carefully. Most
dishwasher cleaners work more effectively at higher temperatures.
We therefore recommend using the
programme.
6.2
Cleaning the exterior
➤
Do not use abrasive or highly acidic detergent.
➤
Do not use abrasive scouring pads, metal wool, etc. – damage to the
surface.
➤
Remove any soiling or traces of cleaning agent immediately.
• Detergent: washing-up liquid, glass cleaner
➤
Clean the surfaces with a soft, damp cloth – for metal surfaces rub in the
direction of the polish lines. Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
➤
Clean the operating panel with a damp cloth and then wipe dry.
• Detergent: washing-up liquid, glass cleaner
➤
From time to time, clean the seal and the edges of the appliance door with
a soft, damp cloth.
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6 Care and maintenance
6.3
Cleaning the filter system
Only use soft materials for cleaning beneath the filter system.
Never use metal objects for cleaning.
An incorrectly assembled filter system can cause the appliance to
malfunction.
A dirty filter system can cause unsatisfactory cleaning results and affect the
water outlet. Therefore, periodically check and clean the filter system.
➤
Open the appliance door and pull out
the lower basket.
➤
Release the filter system in fine filter 1
in an anti-clockwise direction and
remove.
➤
Open the coarse filter 2 by pressing
on closure plate 3 and clean the filter
system under running water using a
brush.
➤
Remove any coarse debris.
➤
Replace the filter system and turn the
fine filter 1 as far as it will go in a
clockwise direction.
1
1
2
3
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6 Care and maintenance
6.4
Cleaning the spray arms
If the cleaning performance is unsatisfactory or if dishwasher detergent is
being left behind, then the nozzles in the spray arms may be clogged.
Upper spray arm
➤
Remove the upper basket.
➤
Release bayonet fastener 1 in an anticlockwise direction and remove.
➤
Remove the spray arm 2 from the
shaft and rinse well under running
water.
➤
1
2
Check the nozzles.
Lower spray arm
➤
Hold the spray arm 3 in the middle
and pull hard upwards.
➤
Rinse the spray arm well under
running water.
➤
Check the nozzles.
3
Clean the filter system and the coarse filter at the same time. See
CLEANING THE FILTER SYSTEM.
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6 Care and maintenance
6.5
Filling with regeneration salt
Never fill the salt reservoir with detergent!
When the supply of regeneration salt is exhausted, the
refill indicator illuminates during programme selection and at the end of the programme.
– Display: Refill salt
➤
Open the appliance door and pull out or remove the
lower basket.
➤
Open the cover of the salt reservoir by lifting up the
grip.
➤
When using for the first time, fill with approximately
1.5 l water. Then fill with 1 kg standard regeneration
salt. The drain pump may come on briefly.
➤
Wipe away any excess salt around the edge of the
salt reservoir.
➤
Close the cover and engage the latch.
➤
Run the
programme without dishes to protect
the appliance from corrosion from any excess salt.
On initial use, the
refill indicator can remain illuminated for several
wash cycles.
goes out when the salt concentration in the reservoir
is evenly distributed (after approximately 10 wash cycles).
Approximate consumption of regeneration salt
°fH
°dH
1 kg salt suffices for
approx. cycles
Water supply
0–5
0–3
6–10
4–6
11–15
7–9
16–20
10–12
21–25
13–14
26–30
15–16
31–35
17–19
–
680
360
250
150
125
100
41–50
23–27
51–60
28–32
61–70
33–38
60
45
35
°fH 36–40
°dH 20–22
1 kg salt suffices for
85
approx. cycles
Water supply
71–80 81–120
39–45 46–65
28
20
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6.6
Filling with rinse agent
Never fill the rinse agent reservoir with detergent.
Wipe away any spilt rinse agent (risk of foaming and error messages
or A2 Check water outlet
).
A0 Foaming?
Follow the manufacturer’s safety instructions and warnings.
Rinse agent prevents water spotting after final rinsing (rinsing with rinse
agent). The rinse agent is dosed automatically from the reservoir in the
appliance door.
When the supply of rinse agent is exhausted, the
refill indicator illuminates during programme selection and at the end of the programme.
– Display: Refill rinse agent
➤
Open the rinse agent reservoir by
pushing the release catch in the direction
of the arrow.
➤
Fill with rinse agent up to the «max.»
mark (1.3 dl suffices for approximately
35 wash cycles).
➤
Close the cover.
➤
Wipe away any spilt rinse agent.
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6 Care and maintenance
6.7
Cleaning the water inlet filter
Have the water inlet filter cleaned by experts only. If carried out
incorrectly, there is a risk of flooding!
The built-in water inlet filter can become blocked by limescale deposits, rust
or foreign objects.
This can cause the A9 Check water inlet
error message.
➤
Turn off the water tap.
➤
Unscrew the connection 1 using water pump pliers.
➤
Remove the water inlet filter 2 using pointed pliers and then
clean or replace.
2
➤
Clean the seal 3.
1
➤
Replace the water inlet filter 2 and seal 3. Tighten the
connection 1 on the water tap.
➤
Turn on the water tap and check for leaks.
3
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Trouble-shooting
This section lists faults that can be solved simply by following the instructions
given. If another fault is displayed or the fault cannot be remedied, please call
Customer Services.
Please note down the error message and the serial number (FN)
before calling Customer Services.
Malfunction warning indicated by acoustic signal
• In the event of a malfunction, an acoustic signal is emitted for 1 minute.
• Malfunction warnings are indicated by an acoustic signal even if the
acoustic signal is switched off in the USER SETTINGS.
• Detailed information on any current malfunction appears in the display.
7.1
What to do if …
… A0 Foaming?
appears
Possible cause
Solution
• High foaming detergent
was used.
➤
Wipe away spilt rinse agent with a cloth.
➤
Get rid of the foam with approximately 1 dl
vinegar.
➤
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
➤
Select the
• Spilt rinse agent.
• Washing-up liquid was
used.
programme.
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7 Trouble-shooting
… A2 Check water outlet
appears
Possible cause
Solution
• Filter system blocked.
➤
Fix the problem.
• Drain hose bent or
kinked.
➤
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
• Drain pump or siphon is
blocked.
➤
Restart the programme.
• Excessive foaming due to
rinse agent spillage.
… A9 Check water inlet
appears
Possible cause
Solution
• Water tap is turned off.
➤
• Water inlet filter is
blocked.
Fix problem or wait until water supply is
restored.
➤
• Interruption in water
supply.
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
➤
Restart the programme.
• Water pressure is too low.
… F8 / E18 See instructions
/ FN XXX XXXXXX
Possible cause
Solution
• Water intake is hotter than
79 °C (hot water
connection).
➤
appears
Have a plumber reduce the temperature of
the water intake.
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7 Trouble-shooting
… F.. / E.. See instructions
/ FN XXX XXXXXX
Possible cause
Solution
• Various situations can
lead to a «F» message.
➤
appears
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
If the error message persists:
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➤
Switch the power supply off for about
1 minute.
➤
Switch the power supply back on again.
➤
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
➤
Restart the programme.
➤
If the error appears again, note down the
error message and FN number.
➤
Turn off the water tap and interrupt the
power supply.
➤
Call Customer Services.
7 Trouble-shooting
… U.. / E.. See instructions
appears
Possible cause
Solution
• Faulty electrical
connection.
➤
• Overvoltage.
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
If the error message persists:
➤
Switch the power supply off for about
1 minute.
➤
Switch the power supply back on again.
➤
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
➤
Restart the programme.
➤
If the error appears again, note down the
error message and FN number.
➤
Switch the power supply off.
➤
Have the electrical installation checked by
an expert.
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7 Trouble-shooting
… the appliance does not start
➤
Close the appliance door.
➤
Insert the plug into the mains socket.
➤
Check the fuse or circuit breaker.
➤
See OPERATION WITH CHILDPROOF LOCK ACTIVATED.
… the dishes are not clean
➤
Select a more powerful programme.
➤
Load the baskets differently, avoiding blind spots.
➤
Clean the filter system and re-insert correctly.
➤
Check whether the spray arms are clogged or dirty.
➤
Use the correct amount of detergent or use a different kind of detergent.
➤
Check the water hardness setting.
➤
Refill the salt reservoir with regeneration salt.
… there is a white film on the dishes
➤
Refill the salt reservoir with regeneration salt and then start the
programme without any dishes.
➤
Use the correct amount of detergent or use a different kind of detergent.
➤
Refill the rinse agent.
➤
Increase the rinse agent dosage setting.
➤
If not using
detergent, All in 1
USER SETTINGS.
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OFF
must be set in the
7 Trouble-shooting
… there are streaks or milky spots on the dishes
➤
Reduce the rinse agent dosage setting.
➤
If not using
detergent, All in 1
USER SETTINGS.
OFF
must be set in the
… the dishes are wet and dull or have water marks on them
➤
Refill the rinse agent.
➤
Increase the rinse agent dosage setting.
➤
Do not open the appliance door until the end of the programme when a
long acoustic signal is emitted and the display goes out.
➤
If not using
detergent, All in 1
USER SETTINGS.
OFF
must be set in the
… there are rust stains on the items being washed
The rust stems from another source, e.g. the cutlery, pans, water pipe, etc.
The appliance is made of rust-free steel.
➤
After filling the salt reservoir, select the
programme without dishes.
… the detergent is not fully dissolved
➤
Check to see whether the spray arms are clogged or dirty.
➤
Use a different kind of detergent.
➤
Check the detergent dispenser cover.
… the time display freezes for up to 4 minutes at the beginning of the
programme or during the wash cycle
• The water softener is being rinsed through after the regeneration process.
• The duration of the programme and the time display are being automatically adjusted to the degree of soiling of the load being washed.
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… there is discolouring of the baskets and plastic parts inside the
appliance
Dishes were washed that still had discolouring food leftovers on them (e.g.
tomato or curry sauce). The discolouration may fade after a few wash cycles.
… an unpleasant smell tends to come from the appliance
➤
Clean the filter system.
➤
Add detergent and run the
➤
Select a more powerful programme.
➤
Add enough regeneration salt.
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programme.
7 Trouble-shooting
7.2
Power failure
A power failure causes:
• the programme that is currently running to stop. After the cause of the
power supply failure has been resolved, the programme is resumed.
• the fault indication system to be interrupted.
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Dishwashing tips
Dishes
Not all table- and kitchenware are dishwasher safe.
• Handcrafted objects and wooden or plastic parts that are sensitive to heat
or detergent suds should be cleaned by hand.
• Printed glass and porcelain are hardwearing only to a point and eventually
can wear off over time.
• Handcrafted pottery has a tendency to crack or chip.
• Objects made of silver, copper and tin have a tendency to discolour,
turning brown or black.
• Stress and tension in thick cut crystal glasses and dishes can cause
cracking.
• Depending on the type of glassware and the detergent being used,
permanent clouding may result. Check with your glassware supplier as to
whether your glassware is dishwasher safe.
• Spots tend to form on aluminium. This can affect other items being washed
(spots on porcelain). Aluminium should therefore ideally be washed
separately.
General
• To prevent damage to glass and water spots, arrange glasses in such a
way that they do not touch.
• Do not overload the baskets.
• Load beverage and food containers such as cups, glasses, pots, etc. with
the opening facing downwards so that the water can drain off.
• Save energy, water and detergent by loading the appliance to capacity.
• When washing range hood grease filters use the maximum detergent
dosage.
➤
Select the
programme.
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9
Accessories and spare parts
Please give model number of the appliance and exact description of the
accessory or spare part when ordering parts.
Accessories
«Small» cutlery basket
Cup insert
Vario cutlery basket insert
Racks
Set of 4 easy prongs
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9 Accessories and spare parts
Spare parts
Seal/water inlet filter for Aqua-Stop
Filter system
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10
Technical data
External dimensions
Height (with slide plate) [cm]
Height (with plinth) [cm]:
SMS 55
SMS 55
Extra height
EURO 60
EURO 60
Extra height
75.9
82.4
75.9
82.4
–
84.5–89.0
78.0–89.8
84.5–96.3
Width [cm]:
54.6
54.6
59.6
59.6
Depth [cm]:
57.2
57.2
57.2
57.2
Weight [kg]:
42
44
42
44
Ambient temperature
Minimum ambient temperature: +5 °C
Plumbing
Cold or hot water up to 60 °C:
G¾"
Permitted pressure of water supply: 0.1–1.0 MPa (1–10 bar)
Max. pumping height:
1.2 m
Electrical connection
➤
See identification plate
Safety concept
Provided power is going to the appliance, the electronic control unit monitors
the appliance. Any malfunction is indicated by error messages.
Overflow protection
In the event of a power failure, the overflow protection system is
rendered ineffective. Hence, the water tap should be turned off
during longer periods of non-use.
The electronic control unit monitors the water level in the appliance. In the
event of a malfunction, the drain pump turns on, stopping the supply of water
to the appliance.
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10.1 Note for testing institutes (SMS 55)
Capacity:
12 place settings (SMS 55)
Loading:
See following images
Detergent dosage:
5 g reference detergent on the inner door panel and
25 g in the detergent dispenser
Rinse agent dosage:
Level 10
Declaration programme: Economy programme
Electrical connection:
400 V 2N~ 50 Hz, 3500 W, 10 A
After the programme has finished, the appliance automatically
switches to the «Off state» and reduces the power consumption to
0.0 watts.
Upper basket (soiling)
T
12 cups (tea)
UT 12 saucers (tea)
G
12 glasses (milk)
DT
5 dessert plates (egg)
m S 1 medium serving dish
(spinach)
kl S 1 small serving dish (spinach)
G
UT
mS
T
G
G
G
GT
G
DT
T
G
kl S
T
T
UT
G
UT
DT
1
➤
Lower the basket right down.
➤
Engage racks in upper position.
➤
Fold down glass holder 1 (front half).
➤
Place cups T on the rack on the left-hand side
over the gaps between the glasses G. The cups
must sit on the rack (cam) and not lie against the
basket (see image).
➤
Place the medium serving dish m S sideways in
the glass holder.
T
T
G
T
G
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T T
T
G
T
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Lower basket (soiling)
ET1 6 plates (egg)
ET2 6 plates (minced meat)
ST 12 soup plates (porridge)
DT1 6 dessert plates (spinach)
DT2 1 dessert plate (egg)
1 large serving dish (minced meat)
gS
1 oval platter (margarine)
P
ET1
ET1
ST
ET2
ET1
gS
ST
BK
DT1
DT2
SK
G
f
Sl
M
SG
G
G
M
D
lf
f
G
G
D D
lf lf
Tl
Tl
f
f
G
G
G
G
D
lf
D D
lf lf
D
lf
Tl
Tl
f
Tl
f
lf
lf
D
G
G
SL
lf
D
lf
M
M
G
D
lf
D
f
Sl
SL
D
Tl
f
M
M
M
Tl
f
Sl
f
Sl
f
Tl
f
M
Sl
f
Tl
f
M
Sl
f
Tl
f
M
Tl
f
M
Tl
f
Sl
f
Sl
f
M
Sl
f
Sl
Sl
f
f
back (3 compartments)
Sl
f
Cutlery basket BK (soiling)
Tlf 12 teaspoons (clean)
Dlf 12 dessert spoons (clean)
Slf 12 soup spoons (porridge)
12 knives (clean)
M
12 forks (egg)
G
2 serving spoons (clean)
SL
1 serving fork (clean)
SG
1 sauce spoon/spatula (clean)
SK
P
front (2 compartments)
➤
Arrange cutlery vertically and so that it is not touching.
➤
Place SL and SK at an angle (see image) in the cutlery basket.
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10.2 Note for testing institutes (EURO 60)
Capacity:
13 place settings (EURO 60)
Loading:
See following images
Detergent dosage:
5 g reference detergent on the inner door panel and
27.5 g in the detergent dispenser
Rinse agent dosage:
Level 10
Declaration programme: Economy programme
Electrical connection:
400 V 2N~ 50 Hz, 3500 W, 10 A
After the programme has finished, the appliance automatically
switches to the «Off state» and reduces the power consumption to
0.0 watts.
Upper basket (soiling)
T
13 cups (tea)
UT
13 saucers (tea)
G, G1 13 glasses (milk)
DT
5 dessert plates (egg)
mS
1 medium serving dish
(spinach)
kl S
1 small serving dish (spinach)
G T
G
T
G
G
mS
T
T
UT
G
G1
G
T
DT
G
T
G
T
DT
Lower the basket right down.
➤
Engage racks in upper position.
➤
Fold down glass holder 1 (front half).
➤
Place cups T on the rack on the left-hand side
over the gaps between the glasses G. The cups
must sit on the rack (cam) and not lie against the
basket (see image).
➤
Place the medium serving dish m S sideways in
the glass holder.
➤
Place G1 on glass holder 1.
T kl S
G
G
UT
1
➤
TT
TT
UT
G
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DT1
ET1
ST
ET2
ET1
gS
ST
BK
DT3
DT1
DT2
P
SK
G
f
f
Sl
G
G
lf
M
G
G
lf
D
lf
D
Tl
f
f
G
G
G
G
D D
lf lf
D
lf
Tl
f
Tl
f
G
D
G
G
SL
lf
G
lf
D
lf
D
lf
Tl
f
Tl
f
Tl
Tl
f
lf
D
D
D
lf
M
M
D
f
Tl
f
Tl
Tl
f
M
M
M
M
M
M
f
Sl
SL
M
SG
lf
D
f
Sl
M
M
f
Sl
f
Tl
f
Sl
f
Sl
Sl Sl
f
f
f
Tl
Sl
f
f
Sl
Tl
M
Sl
f
Sl
f
back (3 compartments)
f
Cutlery basket BK (soiling)
Tlf 13 teaspoons (clean)
Dlf 13 dessert spoons (clean)
Slf 13 soup spoons (porridge)
13 knives (clean)
M
13 forks (egg)
G
2 serving spoons (clean)
SL
1 serving fork (clean)
SG
1 sauce spoon/spatula (clean)
SK
ET1
ET3
Sl
Lower basket (soiling)
ET1 6 plates (egg)
ET2 6 plates (minced meat)
ET3 1 plate (top half with egg/bottom
half with minced meat)
ST 13 soup plates (porridge)
DT1 6 dessert plates (spinach)
DT2 1 dessert plate (egg)
DT3 1 dessert plate (bottom half with
egg/top half with spinach)
1 large serving dish (minced meat)
gS
1 oval platter (margarine)
P
front (2 compartments)
➤
Arrange cutlery vertically and so that it is not touching.
➤
Place SL and SK at an angle (see image) in the cutlery basket.
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10.3 Noise measurement
The measurement is to be carried out in accordance with the European Norm
on airborne acoustical noise IEC 60704.
Please note the Installation Instructions accompanying the appliance.
➤
Install the appliance (see Installation Instructions).
➤
For relevant appliances, screw the slide plate to the floor at the front and
back.
➤
Feed the inlet and drain hose into and then out of the test cabinet (see
Installation Instructions). Seal the opening around the hoses and cable in
accordance with the norm.
➤
Fit a 19 mm thick chipboard (density: >750 kg/m³) to the appliance door
as a decorative plate. The decorative plate must reach down to the floor,
with an air gap of max. 2 mm. The lateral distance may not exceed 2 mm.
Appliances with an adjustable plinth are built in without this.
➤
To level out any unevenness between the test cabinet and the floor, seal
any gaps between them.
➤
As described in the norm, the measurement is to be carried out without
detergent and rinse agent. Turn rinse agent dosage off (see USER
SETTINGS).
➤
First, completely fill the salt reservoir with water and then add the regeneration salt (see CARE AND MAINTENANCE).
➤
The appliance regenerates periodically. This extends the life of the
appliance, but has no significant effect on the noise measurement.
➤
Set the water hardness setting (see USER SETTINGS).
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Disposal
Packaging
• All packaging materials (cardboard, plastic film (PE) and polystyrene
(EPS)) are marked and should, if possible, be collected for recycling and
disposed of in an environmentally friendly way.
Disconnection
• Disconnect the appliance from the mains. With a fixed appliance, this is to
be carried out by a qualified electrician!
Safety
• Disable the appliance to prevent accidents caused by improper use,
especially through children playing.
• Pull the plug out of the mains socket or have the appliance disconnected
from the mains by a qualified electrician. Then cut off the mains cable.
• Remove or disable the lock on the appliance door.
Disposal
• The old appliance should not be discarded as worthless rubbish. If
disposed of correctly, the raw materials can be recovered for recycling.
• The
symbol on the identification plate warns that the appliance may
not be disposed of in normal household waste.
• The appliance must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations
on waste disposal. For more information on the handling, disposal and
recycling of the product, please contact the local authorities, the local
recycling facilities for household waste or the retailer from whom you
purchased the appliance.
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Index
A
Accessories . . . . . . . .
Acoustic signal . . . . . .
Additional function
Delayed start. . . . . . .
Energy saving . . . . . .
Partial load . . . . . . . .
Saving . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting . . . . . . . . . .
Additional functions. . .
Appliance construction
Appliance description .
Automatic . . . . . . . . . .
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Before using for the first time . . . . . . 5
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Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Childproof lock
Accessing programme
Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Children in the home. . .
Cleaning
Filter system . . . . . . . .
Spray arms . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning products
«All in 1» . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the exterior . . .
Cleaning the interior . . .
Consumption data. . . . .
Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cutlery basket . . . . . . . .
D
Daily Quick . . . . .
Delayed start . . . .
Detergent
«All in 1» . . . . . .
Disconnection . . .
Dishes
Loading. . . . . . .
Unloading . . . . .
Dishwashing tips .
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Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A0 Foaming . . . . . . . . . . .
A2 Check water outlet . . .
A9 Check water inlet . . . .
F.. / E.. See instructions . .
F8 / E18 See instructions.
U.. / E.. See instructions . .
Display elements. . . . . . . . .
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Easy prongs . . . . . . . .
Economy programme .
Selecting. . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection. .
End of programme . . .
Energy saving . . . . . . .
External dimensions . .
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Restoring . . . . . .
Filter system
Cleaning . . . . . . .
FN (serial number)
Foldable racks . . .
Fondue/Raclette . .
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Glass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Glass holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
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Height adjustable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Hot water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Hygiene. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
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Identification plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Intensive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
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Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Factory setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
12 Index
Loading tips for the lower basket
Cutlery basket . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Easy prongs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Foldable racks. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading tips for the upper basket
Easy prongs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Foldable racks. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Glass holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Height adjustable. . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Racks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vario cutlery basket insert . . . . .
Lower basket
Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Malfunction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Model no.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
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Noise measurement. . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Note for testing institutes
EURO 60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
SMS 55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
O
Operating elements . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Overflow protection . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
P
Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Partial load. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17,
Plain text display . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Plain text display on glass panel . .
Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9,
Pre-rinsing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programme
Aborting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interrupting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programme buttons . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programme overview . . . . . . . . . . .
Programme sequence . . . . . . . . . .
Programme symbols . . . . . . . . . . .
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Quick instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
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Racks . . . . . . . . . . .
Regeneration salt
Filling reservoir . . .
Repair service . . . . .
Rinse agent
Filling reservoir . . .
Rinse agent dosage
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Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety concept. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety precautions
Before using for the first time
Children in the home. . . . . . .
Correct use . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Note on use. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Serial number (FN) . . . . . . . . .
Spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spray arms
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sprint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SteamFinish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Symbols. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Technical data . . .
Temperature unit .
Trouble-shooting .
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Unit of temperature . . .
Unit of water hardness
Unloading . . . . . . . . . .
Upper basket
Loading . . . . . . . . . . .
Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
User settings . . . . . . . .
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Validity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Vario cutlery basket insert . . . . . . . 38
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12 Index
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Wash programme . .
Water connection. . .
Water hardness . . . .
Levels . . . . . . . . . .
Water hardness unit.
Water inlet filter
Cleaning . . . . . . . .
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Repair service
The TROUBLE-SHOOTING section will help you to correct minor malfunctions yourself, saving you the time and trouble of calling out a service
technician and the cost that goes along with it.
Whether you contact us about a malfunction or an order, please always state
the serial number (FN) and the model type of your appliance. Enter these
details below and also on the service sticker which comes with the appliance.
Stick it in a conspicuous place or in your telephone or address book.
FN
Appliance
You will also find the same details on the certificate of guarantee, the original
sales invoice and the identification plate of the appliance.
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Open the appliance door.
– The identification plate is located on the left-hand side on edge of the
tub.
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Quick instructions
Please first read the safety precautions in the operating instructions!
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Open the appliance door
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Load the dishes
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Add the detergent
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Select a programme
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Select any additional function(s), if required
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Close the appliance door
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The programme starts immediately
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When a long acoustic signal is emitted, open the appliance door and
unload the dishes
V-ZUG Ltd
Industriestrasse 66, CH-6301 Zug
vzug@vzug.ch, www.vzug.com
J234.352-2
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