Dishwasher
Instruction Manual
Dear customer,
Please read carefully right through this instruction booklet before installing or
operating your dishwasher. The following instructions should prevent the risk of
personal injury and/or damage to the appliance.
Please keep these documents in a safe place for later reference.
This operating manual has been written for several different machines, and some
of the features mentioned here may not apply to your particular model.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Getting To Know Your Machine
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View of the Machine
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2 Safety Instructions
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3 Directions for Assembly
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4 Using Your Dishwasher
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Before Installation
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Before First Use
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Child Safety
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Technical Specifications
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For daily operation
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Problems
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What should not be washed in your dishwasher
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Safety notes for installation
Installing Your Dishwasher
Water connection
Connect water inlet hose
Water drainage
Electrical connection
Disposal
Filling the dishwasher salt
When operating for the first time:
Filling the Rinse Aid Dispenser
Filling the Detergent Dispenser
Detergent
Multipurpose Detergents
Loading the dishwasher
Suggestions for loading the
dishwasher
Loading suggestions
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5 How to clean your dishwasher
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Cleaning the filters
Cleaning the spray arms
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6 Troubleshooting:
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What to do if the dishwasher will not run
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The cleaning results are unsatisfactory
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Service
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Getting To Know Your Machine
View of the Machine
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1. Upper dish basket with shelf
2. Guide rail for the upper dish
basket
3. Salt container
4. Cutlery basket
5. Detergent dispenser
6. Door
7. Control panel
8. Filters
9. Lower sprayer arm
10. Lower basket
11. Upper sprayer arm
12. Housing (depends on the model)
13. Turbo fan heat drying system
(depends on the model)
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Technical Specifications
improve our products, we may change
our specifications and designs without
prior notice.
Permitted water pressure: 0,3 –10
bar (= 3 – 100 N/cm² = 0,01-1,0Mpa)
Electrical connection: 220-240 Volts,
10 Amps (see type plate)
Output: 1900-2200 W
Heat output: 1800 W
This device corresponds to
the following EU directives:
2006/95/EC: Low Voltage
Directive
2004/108/EC: EMV Directive
DIN EN 50242: Electrical dishwasher
for home use Testing procedures for
practical service conditions
Because we continually strive to
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Note for Testing Institutes
The necessary information for
performance testing will be provided
upon request. The request can be
done by e-mail through:
standard.test@blomberginternational.com
Please do not forget to write the model
code and stock code information of
the appliance besides your contact
information in the e-mail. The model
code and stock code information can
be found on the rating label, which is
placed on the side of the door.
Safety Instructions
Before Installation
Check the appliance for transit
damage. Never install or use damaged
machines. If in doubt, contact your
supplier.
during installation.
• The appliance must not be
Before First Use
• See Notes for Installation on page
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• Have the grounding system
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installed by a qualified electrician.
The manufacturer cannot be held
liable for any damage caused by
operating the appliance without
proper grounding.
Before operating the system,
please check that the information
on the type plate corresponds to
the information on your power
supply.
The dishwasher must be
disconnected from the mains
connected to the mains using
an extension cable. Extension
cables do not provide the
necessary safety (e.g. danger of
overheating).
Always use the original plug
delivered with the appliance.
The plug must be freely accessible
after the appliance has been
installed.
Child Safety
• Do not allow children to play with
the appliance.
• Dishwasher detergents are caustic
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and may cause injury to the eyes,
mouth and throat. Please note the
safety instructions provided by the
manufacturers of the detergents.
Never leave children unsupervised
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while the appliance is open, as
the appliance may still contain
detergent leftovers.
The water in the dishwasher is not
drinking water. Danger of caustic
injuries.
Always place long and sharp/
pointed objects (e.g. serving forks,
bread knives) into the cutlery
basket with the pointed end down
or flat on the upper basket to avoid
possible injuries.
Problems
• Repairs and modifications to the
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For daily operation
• Use your appliance only for the
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following domestic uses: Washing
household dishes.
Do not use chemical solvents in
the appliance; there is a danger of
explosion.
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
they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use
of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Do not sit or stand on the opened
door or place other objects on it.
The appliance may tip over.
Do not open the door while the
appliance is running, as hot water
or steam may escape.
Do not leave the door open – an
open door can be a hazard.
If you need to move your
appliance, do it in upright position
and hold from the rear side. Tilting
the appliance onto its front side
may cause the electronic parts in it
to get wet and damaged.
appliance may only be carried
out by qualified customer service
personel.
In the event of a problem, or before
performing a repair, disconnect the
appliance from the mains supply:
- disconnect the appliance by
pulling out the mains plug
- shut off the power.
Do not pull on the cable – pull on
the plug. Turn off the water supply
tap.
What should not be washed in
your dishwasher
• Rust sensitive steel parts
• Cutlery with wooden or horn
handles
• Cutlery with mother of pearl or
porcelain handles
• Non heat resistant plastic parts
• No glued dish or cutlery parts
• No items made out of copper, tin or
aluminium
• Sensitive decorative glasses and
porcelain parts
• Lead crystal glasses
• Art and crafted articles
• Aluminium and silver tend to
discolour
• Glass and crystal articles may lose
their shine over time
• Sponges and dishcloths
Do not wash items soiled with
cigarette ash, candle wax, varnish,
paints or chemicals.
Recommendation: When buying
new dishes, note whether they are
suitable for the dishwasher. (marked as
dishwasher proof)
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Directions for Assembly
Safety notes for installation
Prior to installing and using your
appliance, please check it for possible
transit damage.
If the appliance is damaged, please
contact your supplier.
Installing Your Dishwasher
• Choose a suitable location for your
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Never install or use a damaged
appliance.
The following directions must be
followed to connect the dishwasher
properly.
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Before operating your dishwasher,
please ensure that the information
on the type plate corresponds to the
current and voltage of your power
supply.
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The appliance may only be
connected using a properly grounded
socket. Ensure that the appliance is
grounded according to regulations.
The grounded socket must be easily
accessible and close to the appliance.
Do not use extension cables or
multiple adapters, as this can lead
to overheating, which can be a fire
hazard.
Hardwiring may only be carried out
by a qualified electrician.
Check the power cable, the water
inlet hose and the drainage hose.
Damaged parts may only be replaced
by customer service personnel or by a
qualified electrical service expert.
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dishwasher. Take care to ensure
that the appliance is stable on a
level surface.
Unevenness in the floor can be
equalised by adjusting the screw
feet. When the appliance is
standing correctly, the door can be
closed without difficulty.
Water inlet and drainage hoses
must be positioned so that they
can move freely without bending
or squeezing.
The appliance may not be installed
in a room where the temperature
is below 0° Celsius.
Water connection
Permitted water temperature: up to
25°C
• The dishwasher may not be
connected to open warm water
devices or flow-through water
heaters.
Permitted water pressure:
Lowest permitted water pressure: 0.3
bars = 3 N/cm² = 30 kPa
When the water pressure is below 1
bar, please contact your technician.
Highest permitted water pressure: 10
bar = 100N/cm² = 1Mpa
When the water pressure is above 10
bars, a pressure reduction valve must
be installed (available in trade supply
stores).
aquAvoid™ plus (some models)
The aquAvoid™ plus System protects
against water damage hich may be
caused at the water inlet hose.
Do not immerse the system’s valve
box into water; it contains electrical
components.
In case of damage, pull out the
power supply plug.
Do not shorten or lengthen the
hose insert as it contains electrical
cables and components.
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Connect water inlet hose
Ensure that the water inlet hose is not
bent or squeezed. Do not install a used
hose set.
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Use a screw-on hose connector to
connect the water inlet hose to a water
tap with a ¾ inch external thread. If
required, use a filter insert to filter
deposits from the pipes.
Check that the connection does not
leak.
Important
For safety reasons, turn off the tap
after every rinse process.
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Water drainage
Connecting the drainage hose.
Take care to ensure that the drainage
hose is not bent or squeezed.
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Siphon connection
The drainage height must be
between 50 and 100cm above the floor.
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The maximum length must not
exceed 4m. Using a longer hose will
produce poorer cleaning results.
Use hose clamps to fasten the drainage
hose to the siphon.
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Check that the drainage hose is firmly
seated.
Extension hoses
If a hose extension is required, a
drainage hose of equal quality must be
used.
Electrical connection
Please refer to the type plate for
information on current type, mains
voltage, and fuse protection.
The mains plug must be freely
accessible after installation.
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The type plate is located on the inside
of the door.
Power cables and insulated cables
must not be accessible (exposed) after
installation.
Disposal
Packaging
The packaging and some parts of your
appliance are made from recyclable
materials. These materials are marked
with the recycling symbol and the
relevant material type (PE, PS, POM).
Before operating your appliance,
remove the packaging material and
dispose of it in accordance with
regulations.
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Packaging materials may be
dangerous to children. Reusable
substances may be dropped off at your
local disposal facilities. You may obtain
further information from your local
authorities and disposal facilities.
Materials used are recyclable
according to their labelling. Reuse,
recycling of materials and further
reutilization of used products are
important contributions to protect our
environment.
Used appliances –
Environmental notice
This product must not be
disposed of with your regular
household waste. Instead, you need
to dispose of the waste equipment
by handing it over to a designated
collection point for the recycling
of waste electrical and electronic
equipment. This is indicated by a
symbol to be found on the product, it’s
packaging or in the manual.
Please ask your local town council for
the nearest collection point.
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To avoid possible dangers,
disable your waste appliance prior to
discarding it. Pull the mains plug and
cut the power cord. Disable any door
locks.
Using Your Dishwasher
do not dissolve in water easily and will
damage the softening device.
The electricity and water
connections of the dishwater must be
in compliance with the instructions in
this booklet.
Remove the lower basket from the
appliance.
Filling the dishwasher salt
Open the screw-in cap of the salt
container by turning it counter
clockwise (fig. A,B).
Only use special dishwasher salt
in your appliance.The manufacturer is
not liable for damage resulting from the
use of the wrong type of salt.
Use Diswasher salt only. Moderate or
coarse grained and easily soluble salts
are recommended. Don’t use table salt,
or any other type, these types of salt
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When operating for the first
time:
• Pour 1 litre of water into the salt
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container (Fig. C).
• Pour the salt into the container
with the aid of the salt funnel
provided (Fig. D).
• Pour in enough salt to fill the
container. The container holds
approx. 2 kg.
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• To speed up the rate of dissolution
of salt in water, stir it with a spoon.
• Close the cap tightly.
• Begin a washing program
immediately after filling the salt
container. The washing program
prevents damage to the appliance
which may be caused by any
spilled salt solution. After the
first washing cycle, the salt level
indicator light will go out.
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Depending on the particle sizes
of different salt brands in the market,
tablet properties and water hardness,
dissolution of the salt in water may take
a couple of hours.
So, the salt indicator continues lighting
for a while after filling salt into the
machine. (For models with a salt
indicator)
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Filling the Rinse Aid
Dispenser
Rinse aids allow washing water to
rinse off more cleanly and prevent
watermarks or streaks on the dishes.
Only use rinse aid designed for use in
dishwashers.
If you use “2 in 1” or “3 in 1“
detergents / tablets, you do not need
an additional rinse aid.
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Open the rinse aid dispenser by
pressing the locking lever (B)
Carefully pour in rinse aid to the MAX
mark. Close the lid until it clicks (3).
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Carefully wipe off spilled rinse aid.
Excessive rinse aid causes excessive
foam formation, which may hinder
cleaning.
Set the dose of rinse aid
The dose of rinse aid to be used can
be set by means of the dispenser
regulator (between levels 1 and 6) (4).
Your appliance is pre-set at the factory
to level 3.
Only change the setting if the following
applies after washing:
• Watermarks are visible on the
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dishes: Set dosage higher
Streaks are visible on the dishes:
Set dosage lower
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Filling the Detergent
Dispenser
Only use detergents formulated for
use in dishwashers.
Do not put solvents into the
washing compartment; there is the risk
of explosion!
Open the detergent container by
pushing the locking lever to the right
(A).
The lines on the inside of the detergent
container will help you measure the
correct amount of detergent.
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The detergent container holds a total of
40 cm³ of detergent (1).
Detergent
When the dishwasher is fully loaded
and the dishes are very dirty, we
recommend filling the detergent
container up to the 25 cm³ mark. When
the dishes are less dirty, it is generally
sufficient to fill the detergent up to the
15 cm³ mark.
Keep the opened detergent packages
in a cool and dry place where children
can not reach.
If your dishes have been in the
dishwasher for some time without
being washed, you should also fill the
small detergent container up to the line
(2).
The programme table shows the
amounts of detergent required for the
different wash programmes.
These may differ according to how dirty
the dishes are and the water hardness
in your location.
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Please use detergents produced
specially for the dishwashers in your
machine.
We recommend you not to use
detergents that contain chlorine and
phosphate as they are harmful for the
environment. Detergents that contain
enzymes are effective in temperatures
below 50 °C and help to obtain the
same washing efficiency as obtained at
higher temperatures.
Put the detergent into the detergent
dispenser just before operating the
machine.
Please contact the manufacturer to
get detailed information about the
detergent you are using.
Always use powder detergents in
short programs without pre-washing.
Fill in the powder detergent into the
compartment nr. 2 with a grid cover
as shown in the picture and close the
detergent box lid. When completely
full, this compartment will contain 6 g
of powder detergent.
Do not use tablet detergents in short
programs since the solubility of them
changes depending on the temperature
and time.
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In programs with pre-washing and high
temperature, in which you may use
tablet detergents, make sure that the
detergent box lid is closed firmly.
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Excessive usage of powder detergents
can cause the detergent not dissolve
completely and can also cause
scratches on the glassware.
the washing program is over.
Multipurpose Detergents
Make sure that salt and rinse aid
compartments are full.
The best washing results in
dishwashers is obtained by using
detergent, rinse aid and water
softening salt individually.
When you give up using such
detergents:
Set the water hardness to its highest
degree and perform an empty run.
New products of the detergent
producers what they call as
“Multipurpose Detergent” can act as
water softening salt and/or rinse aid
in addition to acting as a detergent.
Some types of these detergents can
also contain special-purpose washing
chemicals such as glass and stainless
steel protectors.
Multipurpose detergents commonly
found in the market:
2in1: Those contain detergent, rinse
aid or water softening salt.
3in1: Those contain detergent, rinse
aid and water softening salt.
4in1: Those containing glass protectors
in addition to detergent, rinse aid and
water softening salt.
5in1: Those containing glass and
stainless steel protectors in addition
to detergent, rinse aid and water
softening salt.
Multipurpose detergents give satisfying
results only under certain usage
conditions. Observe the instructions
of the detergent manufacturer on the
package when using such detergents.
Contact the detergent producer if your
dishes are wet and/or if you notice lime
spots particularly on your glasses after
After the empty washing review the
user manual and readjust the water
hardness level so as to suit your water
supply.
Make the appropriate rinse aid
settings.
Depending on the model, salt indicator
and/or rinse aid indicator should be
enabled again if they are disabled
before.
Loading the dishwasher
General:
Before you load the dishwasher with
dishes
• Remove coarse food leftovers
• Place all containers such as
cups, glasses and pots into the
machine with the opening facing
downwards (so that no water can
collect)
• Dishes and cutlery may not be
placed above each other
• Glasses may not touch
• The movement of the spray arms
must not be hindered
• Place all large and very dirty items
in the lower basket.
• Small and light items can go into
the upper basket.
• Long and narrow items are placed
in the middle of the baskets.
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Knives and other utensils with
sharp tips and edges must be placed
horizontally into the upper basket due
to risk of injury.
Please do not overload your
dishwasher and pay attention to the
notes regarding dishes which are
suited to the dishwasher. Only in this
manner will you obtain optimal washing
results with a sensible use of energy.
2 folding plate support rods
(depending on the model)
There are two separate “folding plate
support rods” in the lower basket of
your dishwasher designed to allow
you more space to accommodate
saucepans and large bowls in the
lower basket. You can either fold each
section (1, 2) individually or, all at once,
to create a large empty space. Simply
press the handgrips (A) and fold them
down.
Start unloading the dishes from the
lower basket, then switch to the upper
basket.
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Suggestions for loading the
dishwasher
Use the lower basket for plates, bowls,
pots etc.
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Cutlery basket
Rack
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Loading suggestions
Load the upper basket with dessert
plates, cups, glasses etc.
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Height setting with empty basket
(depends on the model)
In this model, the height setting of the
upper basket may be changed using
the wheels which are mounted at two
different heights.
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Release the latches on both the right
and left tracks of the upper basket by
pushing them outwards (C).
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Pull out the basket out completely (D).
Place the basket back into the tracks at
the desired height (E).
Push the latches back into the correct
position.
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How to clean your dishwasher
Cleaning your machine at regular
intervals ensures longer product life
and reduces the risk of reccurring
problems.
Do not operate your dishwasher
without a filter. Ensure that your filters
are correctly installed. Clean the filters
regularly.
Always unplug the machine and
turn off the water supply before
cleaning. Use a gentle household
cleaner for the outside and the door
seals. Clean the control panel only
with a moist cloth and clear water.
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Cleaning the filters
Clean the filters and the spray arms
regularly. A dirty machine will have
a negative effect on the cleaning
results.
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1. Main filter
2. Coarse filter
3. Micro filter
1. Remove the lower basket from
the machine.
2. Turn the coarse filter to the right
and pull it out in an upward
direction (A).
3. Pull out the main filter (B).
4. Press on the two tongues of
the coarse filter and remove the
micro filter (C).
5. Clean the filters thoroughly under
running water. Use a brush if
necessary.
6. Replace main fitler.
7. Replace the micro filter and the
coarse filter into the main filter.
Twist it clockwise until it clicks in.
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Cleaning the spray arms
Cleaning the filter inset in the water
inlet hose (depends on the model)
Dirt from deposits in the water pipes is
prevented by a filter in the water inlet
hose. Check the filter and the water
inlet from time to time.
Dirt or calcium residue may block the
nozzles on the spray arms. For this
reason, regularly check the spray
nozzles.
1. Lower spray arm
2. Upper spray arm
1. Remove the lower basket from the
machine.
2. Pull off the lower spray arm in an
upward direction (A).
3. Loosen the fastening screw of the
upper spray arm and pull off the
spray arm (B).
4. Clean the spray arms under
running water.
5. Replace the spray arms.
1. Close the water tap and unscrew
the water inlet hose.
2. Take out the filter and clean it
under running water.
3. Replace the cleaned filter.
4. Fasten the water inlet hose to the
water tap again.
Ensure that the fastening screws are
screwed tight.
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Troubleshooting:
What to do if the dishwasher will not run
• Check that the mains plug is properly connected.
• Are all fuses working?
• Is the water supply fully turned on?
• Is the dishwasher door closed firmly?
• Have you pressed the On/Off button?
• Is the filter on the water intake and dishwasher clogged?
The cleaning results are unsatisfactory
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Uncleaned Dishes
Disorderly placement
- Load your dishes as described in the manual.
Program selection
- For products with program selecting feature, choose a longer program that
washes in higher temperatures.
Blocked impellers
- Prior to starting the program, ensure by turning by hand that the upper and
lower impellers are freely rotating.
Clogged filters
- From time to time, remove the complete filter system as shown in the manual
and wash it under flowing water.
Misplaced or displaced filters
- After washing the filter system, replace them as shown in the manual.
Clogged impeller holes
- Take out and clean the impellers from time to time as shown in the figure.
Overloading the baskets
- Do not overload the baskets in excess of their capacity
Detergent kept under unsuitable conditions
- If you are using powder detergents, do not store them in humid places after
you open their boxes. Keep them in a closed container, if possible. For easeof-storing, we recommend you to use tablet detergents.
Inadequate detergent
- If you are using powder detergents, adjust the amount of detergent
according to the soiling degree of your dishes and/or program definitions. We
recommend you to use tablet detergents for optimum results.
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Inadequate rinse aid
- Increase rinse aid setting or add rinse aid into rinse aid compartment.
Unsealed detergent dispenser lid
- Always ensure that the detergent compartment lid is closed tightly after every
detergent filling process.
Drying
Disorderly placement
- Load your dishes as described in the manual.
Inadequate rinse aid
- Increase rinse aid setting or add rinse aid into rinse aid compartment.
Unloading the machine right after dishwashing
- Do not unload your dishwasher right after washing process is completed.
Slightly open the door and wait for evacuation of the inside steam for a while.
Unload the dishes after the pieces cool down to a touchable level. Start
unloading process from the lower basket.
Program Selection
- For products with program selecting feature, choose a longer program that
washes in higher temperatures.
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Tea, Coffee And Lipstick Stains
Program Selection
- For products with program selecting feature, choose a longer program that
washes in higher temperatures.
Detergent kept under unsuitable conditions
- If you are using powder detergents, do not store them in humid places after
you open their boxes. Keep them in a closed container, if possible.
- For ease-of-storing, we recommend you to use tablet detergents.
Usage of silverware-kitchenware with corrupted surface quality
- Silverware or kitchenware with corrupted surface quality should not be
washed in dishwashers.
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Lime Stains, Hazy Look
Inadequate rinse aid
- Increase rinse aid setting or add rinse aid into rinse aid compartment.
Insufficient water softening
- In products equipped with water softening setting, water softening should be
properly set in accordance with the hardness of the supply water. Add salt
into the salt container, if necessary.
Salt leakage*
- Use the supplied salt funnel while filling in softening salt. Make sure that
the salt box cover is tightly closed after finishing the filling process. Run a
washing program to clean up the salts spilled in the machine. Recheck the
salt box cover after the program is completed.
Metallic Look In Bluish Rainbow Color
Excessive rinse aid
- Lower rinse aid setting.
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Hazy, Milky-Dish Look And Bluish / Rainbow
Color Appearance In Glassware When They
Are Hold Against Light
Glass corrosion due to soft water
- In products equipped with water softening setting, water softening should
be properly set in accordance with the hardness of the supply water. If your
supply water is soft (<5dH), do not use salt. For products with program
selecting feature, choose programs that wash in higher temperatures (e.g.
60-65°C).
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Scratch / Break In Glassware
Kitchenware containing Aluminum
- Kitchenware that contains aluminum should not be washed in dishwashers.
Salt leakage*
- Use the supplied salt funnel while filling in softening salt. Make sure that
the salt box cover is tightly closed after finishing the filling process. Run a
washing program to clean up the salts spilled in the machine. Recheck the
salt box cover after the program is completed.
Low water softening setting, inadequate salt*
- In products equipped with water softening setting, water softening should be
properly set in accordance with the hardness of the supply water. Add salt
into the salt container, if necessary.
Detergent kept under unsuitable conditions
- If you are using powder detergents, do not store them in humid places after
you open their boxes. Keep them in a closed container, if possible. For easeof-storing, we recommend you to use tablet detergents.
Overloading the baskets
- In order to avoid scratches and breaks in glasses and other glass tableware
because of collision with each other during washing process arising from their
placement, do not overload the baskets in excess of their capacity.
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Unsealed closing of the salt box cover*
- Salt may cause oxidation on metal surfaces. Use the supplied salt funnel
while filling in softening salt. Make sure that the salt box cover is tightly
closed after finishing the filling process. Run a washing program to clean up
the salts spilled in the machine. Recheck the salt box cover after the program
is completed.
Grounding line
- Check if your dishwasher is connected to the actual grounding line.
Otherwise, the static electric created in the dishwasher may remove the
protective coating on metal surfaces and cause blackening and corruption.
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Detergent Remains In The Detergent
Dispenser
Damp detergent compartment
- Make sure that the detergent dispenser is well dried prior to filling it with
detergent.
Putting detergent in the detergent dispenser long before washing
- Take care that detergent is put shortly before startup of washing.
Blocking the opening of detergent dispenser lid dwing washing
- Ensure that the lid of detergent dispenser is not blocked by improper loaded
dishes. The detergent dispenser lid should op/en without any block during
washing.
Detergent kept under unsuitable conditions
- If you are using powder detergents, do not store them in humid places after
you open their boxes. Keep them in a closed container, if possible. For easeof-storing, we recommend you to use tablet detergents.
Clogged impeller holes
- Take out and clean the impellers from time to time as shown in the figure.
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Water Remained In The Dishwashing
Compartment After Washing
Clogged filters
- From time to time, remove the complete filter system as shown in the manual
and wash it under flowing water.
Blocking / twisting of drainage hose
- Connect the drainage hose as described in the manual.
Odour
Odor of new dishwasher
- A new dishwasher has a peculiar odor. It will fade out after a couple of
washing.
Clogged filters
- From time to time, remove the complete filter system as shown in the manual
and wash it under flowing water.
Leaving the dishes in the dishwasher for a long time
- If you are not going to run your dishwasher immediately, load the dishes into
your machine after scraping the excessive soil on them and do not tightly
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close the door of the machine. Every other day, perform washing without
detergent in the shortest program for products with program selecting feature.
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Foam
Loading the dishes into the dishwasher without completely drying after
washing them with hand-wash detergent.
- Hand-wash detergents do not contain antifoam. There is no need to handwash the dishes with detergent before loading the dishes into the machine.
Scraping the coarse soil on the surfaces with a tissue paper or fork will be
sufficient.
Spilling rinse aid in the machine while filling
- Take care that rinse aid is not spilled in the machine when you are filling it.
Clean any spilled amount with the help of a tissue paper/towel.
Leaving the rinse aid lid open or not closing it
- Rinse aid compartment should always be closed as shown in the manual
after it is filled with rinse aid.
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Erasing Of Decorations
Usage of decorated glasses and porcelains
- Decorated glasses and decorated luster porcelains are not suitable for
dishwasher washing. Manufacturers of glassware and porcelain tableware
items do not recommend washing these items in the dishwashers either.
*: In products with a salt container
Service
If your appliance ever malfunctions, check the notes and advice given in the
operating manual.
If this does not fix the problem, our customer service staff are available to assist
you.
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