Dishwasher
User manual
DDT28430X
DIT28430
DDT28430XP
USA
Document Number : 15 0609 01 00_AA_BEKO_E5_USA/ 23-03-16.(8:46)
Dishwasher
User manual
DDT28430X
DIT28430
DDT28430XP
USA
Document Number :
15 0609 01 00_AA_BEKO_E5_USA/ 23-03-16.(8:46)
To prevent accidents, which could cause serious injury or death, as well
as machine damage read these instructions before installation and / or
use.
CONTENTS
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2. INSTALLATION
3. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR DISHWASHER
4. LOADING THE DISHWASHER
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4.1 UPPER RACK
4.2 LOWER RACK
4.3 PROPER AND IMPROPER LOADING OF DISHWARE
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5. WHAT SHOULD NOT BE WASHED IN YOUR DISHWASHER
6. OPERATING THE PRODUCT
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7. DETERGENT & RINSE AID DISPENSER
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8. SETTING THE WATER SOFTENER 28
9. FILLING THE DISHWASHER SALT DISPENSER 10. CARE AND MAINTENANCE
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11. TROUBLESHOOTING
12. TECHNICAL FEATURES
13. WARRANTY STATEMENT FOR THE BEKO DISHWASHERS
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6.1 KEYS
6.2 PREPARING THE MACHINE
6.3 PROGRAMME SELECTION
6.4 AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
6.5 PROGRAMMING THE WASHING TIME
6.7 CHILD (KEY) LOCK
6.8 CANCELLING THE PROGRAMME
6.11 END OF PROGRAMME
6.12 WATER CUT-OFF WARNING
6.13 OVERFLOWING WARNING
7.1 FILLING THE DETERGENT DISPENSER
7.2 FILLING RINSE AID DISPENSER
7.3 SET THE DOSE OF RINSE AID
WATER HARDNESS & REGENERATION SETTINGS
10.1 CARING FOR YOUR DISHWASHER EXTERIOR
10.2 CARING FOR YOUR DISHWASHER INTERIOR
10.3 CLEANING THE FILTERS
10.4 CLEANING THE HOSE FILTER
10.5 CLEANING THE IMPELLERS
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1. IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
INTRODUCTION
Please read this user manual and
particularly the safety instructions
completely and carefully. They will save
you time and effort and help to ensure
optimum dishwasher performance.
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Be sure to observe all listed warnings
and cautions. Look particularly for the
icons with exclamation marks inside. The
information icon will also provide important
references.
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WARNING: Indicates a
potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
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CAUTION: Indicates a
potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result
in injury. It may also be used to
alert against unsafe practices.
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NOTICE: Indicates a
potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result
in damage to the dishwasher,
the table-ware, the equipment
or the environment.
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WARNING:When using
the dishwasher, follow basic
precautions, including the
following:
Read all instructions before
using the dishwasher! Save
these operating instructions
and pass them on to any future
user.
Use the dishwasher only for its
intended purpose as described in
this user manual. This appliance is
intended for normal household use
only.
The manufacturer disclaims
responsibility for damage or
injury caused by improper use
of this appliance.
The information in this user manual
must be followed to minimize the risk
of fire or explosion and to prevent
property damage, personal injury or
loss of life.
Do not operate your dishwasher
unless all the enclosure panels are
properly in place.
Do not tamper with the controls.
Do not abuse, sit on, stand in or on the
door or dish rack of the dishwasher.
The cup racks are designed to support
cups, glasses and kitchen utensils.
When the cup racks are in the
dishwasher do not lean on or use the
cup racks to support your body weight.
To reduce the risk of injury, do not
allow children to play in, on or near the
dishwasher.
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Use only detergents or rinse aids
recommended for use in a household
dishwasher and keep them in a dry
place out of the reach of children.
Check that the detergent dispenser
is empty after the completion of each
wash program.
Dishwasher detergents are alkaline.
They can be dangerous if inhaled or
swallowed. Avoid contact with skin
and eyes and keep children and infirm
persons away from the dishwasher
when the door is opened. Consult a
doctor immediately if detergent has
been swallowed or inhaled.
Do not drink water from the
dishwasher! Harmful residues could be
present.
Under certain conditions hydrogen gas
may be produced in a hot water heater
system that has not been used for
two weeks or more. Hydrogen gas is
explosive. If the hot water system has
not been used for such period, before
using the dishwasher turn on all hot
water taps and let the water flow from
each for several minutes. This will
release any accumulated hydrogen
gas. As gas is flammable, do not smoke
or use an open flame during this time.
Do not store or use flammable
liquids or vapors in the area of the
dishwasher.
When loading items to be washed,
position sharp items so that they are
not likely to damage the door seal and
load sharp knives with the handles up
to reduce the risk of cut-type injuries.
Do not wash plastic items unless they
are marked “dishwasher safe” or the
equivalent. For plastic items not so
marked, check the manufacturer’s
recommendations.
If a malfunction occurs, switch off
the appliance and turn off the water
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supply to the dishwasher.
Please do not attempt to carry the
dishwasher by yourself in order
to avoid potential injuries. Two or
more people are needed to move a
dishwasher.
Before cleaning or carrying out
maintenance, switch off the
appliance, disconnect the power plug
and turn off the water supply.
Repairs and technical modifications
must be carried out exclusively by a
qualified technician.
If the dishwasher is not in use for an
extended period of time (i.e. vacation
home), we recommend you check
that the baskets are empty, leave the
inside of the dishwasher clean, leave
the door cracked open to allow air to
circulate and turn off both the power
and water supply to the dishwasher.
This appliance must be grounded.
In the event of a malfunction or
breakdown, grounding will reduce
the risk of electric shock by providing
a path of least resistance for electric
current. This appliance is equipped
with a cord having an equipmentgrounding conductor and a grounding
plug. The plug must be plugged into an
appropriate outlet that is installed and
grounded in accordance with all local
codes and ordinances.
Potential hazards exist if any
equipment uses electricity, water and
moving parts.
This appliance must be connected to
a grounded metal, permanent wiring
system, or an equipment-grounding
conductor must be run with the circuit
conductors and connected to the
equipment-grounding terminal or lead
on the appliance.
This appliance produces ozone
within the washing compartment
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during normal operation. Long-term
exposure to ozone or exposure
at elevated levels may result in
respiratory problems, especially for
the infirmed, elderly and children.
It is the legal responsibility of parents/
legal guardians to supervise or instruct
concerning use of the machine when
the children become old enough to
operate.
Do not leave the door open in order
not to cause a tripping hazard.
Remove the door to the washing
compartment when removing an old
dishwasher from service or discarding
it. Ensure that the appliance presents
no danger to children while being
stored for disposal.
Remove the door lock or door of
the washing compartment before
disposing dishwasher so that children
or small animals can not trapped
inside.
Old appliances may contain materials
that can be recycled. Please contact
your local recycling authority about
the possibility of recycling these
materials.
Please check the water supply line
periodically. It is susceptible to
breakage. It becomes less flexible as
time goes by.Replace it immediately
when it is torn, cut, swollen or there is
water leakage.
Please keep the dishwasher package
out of the reach of children after
unpacking it.
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WARNING:Improper
connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result
in a risk of electric shock. Check
with a qualified electrician
or service representative if
you are in doubt whether the
appliance is properly grounded.
Do not modify the plug provided
with the appliance, if it will not
fit the outlet, have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified
electrician.
WARNING:Warning: This
product may contain chemicals
known to the state of California
to cause cancer or birth defects
or other reproductive harm.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:If your dishwasher
is equipped with internal
illumination, lamp should only
be replaced by the Authorised
Service Agent in case of failures
that may occur on the lamp.
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2. INSTALLATION
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WARNING:When installing
the dishwasher, follow basic
precautions, including the
following:
Please check the standarts and local
codes for placement of machine.
Installation, maintenance and repair
should be performed by a qualified
installer. Work by unqualified persons
could be dangerous and may void the
warranty.
Do not operate the appliance if
damaged, malfunctioning, partially
disassembled or if it has missing or
broken parts.
Before installation or service,
disconnect the power supply to
the work area by unplugging the
unit, “tripping” the circuit breaker or
removing the fuse.
Only connect the dishwasher to the
power supply when all installation and
plumbing work is complete.
Never connect the ground wire to gas
lines, or hot water pipes, plumbing
lines.
Do not install or store the dishwasher
where it can be exposed to below
freezing temperatures or exposed to
weather.
Dishwasher must be secured to
adjacent cabinetry using the brackets
provided. Failure to do this may cause
damage to property or bodily injury.
Connect to a properly rated, protected
and sized power supply circuit to avoid
electrical overload. The dishwasher
is designed for an electrical supply
of 120 V (volts), 60 Hz (hertz), AC,
connected to a dishwasher-dedicated,
properly grounded electrical circuit
with a fuse or breakers rated for 15
amperes. Electrical supply conductors
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shall be a minimum of # 16 AWG
copper wire rated at 75 °C (167 °F) or
higher. These requirements must be
met to prevent injury and machine
damage. Consult a qualified electrician
if in doubt.
Do not use any extension cord or
portable outlet device to connect the
dishwasher to a power supply.
WARNING:Danger of
suffocation! Ensure that any
plastic wrappings, bags, small
pieces etc. are disposed of
safely and kept out of the reach
of children.
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3. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR DISHWASHER
1. Upper rack
2. Upper spray arm
3. Salt container (MODEL DEPENDING)
4. Cutlery basket
5. Detergent dispenser
6. Door
7. Control panel
8. Guiding track for the upper rack
9. Lower spray arm
10. Filters
11. Lower rack
12. Model and Serial Tag
13. Turbo fan heat drying system (MODEL DEPENDING)
14. Removable 3rd basket (MODEL DEPENDING)
15. Additional upper spray arm (MODEL DEPENDING)
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4. LOADING THE
DISHWASHER
1.
Lower rack (MODEL DEPENDING)
Pull the handle to open the door. If the
door is opened during operation, the
dishwasher will stop running. Once
the door is closed the program will
continue.
Upper rack (MODEL DEPENDING)
Bottom rack load pattern for 12 place
settings according to the AHAM DW-1
Standards
Upper rack (MODEL DEPENDING)
Top rack load pattern for 12 place settings
according to the AHAM DW-1 Standards
CAUTION:Hot steam can
escape! Danger of serious burns
or other injury.
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Remove coarse food leftovers from
tableware.
Now you can load the dishwasher.
International Loading Pattern – Top rack
(14 place settings)
CAUTION:Hot steam can
escape! Danger of serious burns
or other injury.
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Remove coarse food leftovers from
tableware.
Now you can load the dishwasher.
Lower rack (MODEL DEPENDING)
Lower rack (MODEL DEPENDING)
Additional Loading Pattern – Bottom rack
(10 place settings)
CAUTION:Large knives and
other utensils with sharp tips
and edges must be placed
horizontally into the upper
rack due to risk of injury. Other
smaller knives and sharp
utensils should be placed with
sharp side down in the cutlery
basket.
International Loading Pattern – Bottom
rack (14 place settings)
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Upper rack (MODEL DEPENDING)
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Additional Loading Pattern – Top rack (10
place settings)
CAUTION:Hot steam can
escape! Danger of serious burns
or other injury.
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Remove coarse food leftovers from
tableware.
Now you can load the dishwasher.
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CAUTION:Use extreme
caution when removing knives
and other sharp utensils from
the dishwasher. These items
may have shifted position
during the wash program, and
may be wet or slippery.
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4.1 UPPER RACK
CAUTION:The cup racks
are designed to support cups,
glasses and kitchen utensils.
When the cup racks are in the
dishwasher do not lean on or
use the cup racks to support
your body weight.
Load the upper rack with dessert plates,
cups, glasses etc.
NOTICE: 3rd basket should be
removed out of the dishwasher
during the tests according to
AHAM DW-1.
•• Your dishwasher holds a maximum of 12
place settings.
•• Place all containers such as cups, glasses
and pots into the dishwasher with the
opening facing downwards (so that no
water can collect).
•• Small and light items can go into the
upper rack.
•• Long and narrow items are placed in the
middle of the racks.
•• Place all large and very dirty items in the
lower rack.
•• Dishes and cutlery should not be placed
above each other.
•• Glasses should not touch each other.
•• The movement of the spray arms must
not be hindered.
•• Do not overload your dishwasher and pay
attention to manufacturer instructions
regarding dishes which are appropriate
for use in for a dishwasher. Only with
suitable dishes (mentioned in section 5)
will you obtain optimal washing results
with a sensible use of energy.
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ADJUSTABLE SHELVES (MODEL
DEPENDING)
Depending on the size of the glasses and
cups, the shelf height setting may be
adjusted.
1. Fold the shelf upwards A.
2. Positioning at the desired height B.
3. Fold the shelf again downwards C.
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COLLAPSIBLE UPPER BASKET
TINES
(MODEL DEPENDING)
There are foldable tines on the upper
basket of the machine that you can lay
down when you need larger space for big
dishes. On your upper basket there are
two types of laying tines namely, fully laid
system (A) and gradually laid system (B).
To bring the foldable tines into horizontal
position, push the tines in the direction of
the arrow by holding from the middle. Place
your larger dishes into the area created. To
bring the tines back to vertical position, just
lift them up. Foldable tines will then snap in
the latch again.
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COLLAPSABLE UPPER BASKET
TINES
(MODEL DEPENDING)
Upper basket of the machine is equipped
with wires with gradual folding system (A)
that you can lay down when you need a
larger space for large dishes.
To bring the collapsible wires into
horizontal position, grab the wire from mid
position and push them in the directions
of arrows. Place your larger dishes into
the area created. To bring the wires back
to vertical position, just lift them up.
Collapsible wires will click into the latch
again.
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NOTICE: Bringing the wires
to the horizontal position by
holding them from the tips may
cause them to bend. Therefore,
it will be appropriate to bring
the wires in the middle to
horizontal or vertical position by
holding them from their stems
and pushing in the direction of
arrow.
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NOTICE: Bringing the wires
to the horizontal position by
holding them from the tips may
cause them to bend. Therefore,
it will be appropriate to bring
the wires in the middle to
horizontal or vertical position by
holding them from their stems
and pushing in the direction of
arrow.
FOLDING TINES
(MODEL DEPENDING)
There are “folding tines” in the upper rack
to allow you more space to accommodate
glasses or cups.
Simply pull in the first front folding tine,
move it to left A and right B to place in
another positon. When you need, take the
tines down until the tines fall down.
LOWER UPPER RACK
1. To lower the upper rack, hold and
press in the rack lever on one side
and carefully lower the rack without
releasing the lever B.
VARIABLE HEIGHT SETTING
(MODEL DEPENDING)
The upper rack is equipped with a lifting
mechanism which enables you to change
the height of the rack even if it is fully
loaded, and without having to remove it
from the dishwasher.
LIFT UPPER RACK
1. To lift the upper rack to a higher
position, hold it on one side and
carefully pull it upwards A.
2. To lift the opposite side of the rack,
hold it and pull it upwards in the same
manner.
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Repeat the procedure with the lever
on the opposite side of the rack.
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NOTICE: Make sure that both
levers catch in the same height
position.
HEIGHT SETTING
(MODEL DEPENDING)
In certain models, the height setting of
the upper rack may be changed using the
wheels which are present at two height
levels.
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CAUTION:Make sure that
the rack is empty. Changing
the height setting while the
rack contains tableware could
cause the contents to dislodge,
causing personal injury or
damage to the tableware.
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Release the latches on both the right
and left tracks of the upper rack by
turning them to the outside A.
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Pull out the rack completely B.
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Place the rack into the tracks again at
the desired height C.
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Push the latches back into the correct
position.
4.2 LOWER RACK
Use the lower rack for plates, bowls, pots
etc.
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FOUR FOLDING PLATE SUPPORT
TINES (MODEL DEPENDING)
There are 4 separate “folding plate support
tines” in the lower rack of your dishwasher
designed to allow you more space to
accommodate saucepans, pots and large
bowls in the lower rack. You can either fold
each section (1, 2, 3, 4). individually or, all
at once, to create a large empty space.
COLLAPSABLE LOWER BASKET
WIRES 4 PIECES-(MODEL
DEPENDING)
The four piece foldable wires located at the
lower basket of the machine are designed
for an easier placement of large pieces
such as pans, bowls, etc. (1, 2, 3, 4). You
can create larger spaces by folding each
wire individually or all of them at once. Lay
the foldable wires down by pressing on the
latch (A).
Simply press the handgrips A and fold them
down. Pull tines up to fold them up again.
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SILVERWARE BASKET
(MODEL DEPENDING)
Silverware basket is designed to wash your
dishes such as knife, fork, spoon, etc. in a
cleaner manner.
Since the cutlery basket can be moved
(A, B), you can create a wider space while
placing your dishes to the lower basket and
free up space for your dishes in different
sizes.
To bring the collapsible wires into
horizontal position, grab the wire from mid
position and push them in the directions
of arrows (B) To bring the wires back
to vertical position, just lift them up.
Collapsible wires will click into the latch
again.
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NOTICE: When finished, test
to ensure that the spray arm can
still move freely.
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COLLAPSABLE LOWER BASKET
WIRES 6 PIECES-(MODEL
DEPENDING)
The foldable wires (A) located at the lower
basket of the machine are designed for
an easier placement of large pieces such
as pans, bowls, etc. You can create larger
spaces by folding each wire individually or
all them at once.
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NOTICE: Bringing the wires
to the horizontal position
byholding them from the tips
may cause them to bend.
Therefore, it will be appropriate
to bring the wires in the
middle to horizontal or vertical
position by holding them from
their stems and pushing in the
direction of arrow..
UPPER CUTLERY BASKET
(MODEL DEPENDING)
The upper cutlery basket is designed for
small dishes, or long items that cannot fit
into the lower cutlery basket.
After taking out the basket by lifting it up,
remove the carrier part from the rails by
pulling it towards yourself (C).
Thanks to the easy take-out-from-themachine feature, it allows taking out the
dishes from the machine together with the
basket after they are washed (A). Since
it can fit into all standard size drawers, it
does not require the dishes to be removed
from the basket and placed into the kitchen
drawers or shelves.
Replace the rail lids and push them back to
seat them into their places. Turn the rails
inside the machine sideways to seat them
properly in their places (D).
If you don’t want to use the upper cutlery
basket, pull it back to yourself to remove
it from the machine, rotate the rail lids
towards outside and pull them towards
yourself to take them out (B).
In order to replace the upper cutlery basket
into its place again, repeat the same
process in reverse order.
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4.3 PROPER AND IMPROPER LOADING OF DISHWARE
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1: Salad Fork
2: Teaspoon
3: Dinner fork
4: Knife-solid handle
5: Serving spoon
6: Serving fork
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Sliding Cutlery Basket load pattern for 12 place
settings according to the AHAM DW-1 Standards
•• Place all large and very dirty items in the lower
rack.
•• Place all containers such as cups, glasses and pots into the dishwasher with the opening
facing downwards (so that no water can collect).
•• The movement of the spray arms must not be hindered.
•• Do not overload your dishwasher. Dishes and cutlery should not be placed above each
other. Glasses should not touch.
•• Only with suitable dishes (mentioned in section 5) will you obtain optimal washing
results with a sensible use of energy.
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5. WHAT SHOULD NOT
BE WASHED IN YOUR
DISHWASHER
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wash them by hand.
Do not wash sponges or dish cloths in
dishwasher.
Do not wash art and craft articles in
dishwasher.
Disposable plastics and disposable
aluminum cannot withstand high
temperatures; do not wash them in
the dishwasher.
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Rust-sensitive steel parts like iron
and cast iron that can rust and stain
other utensils and damage the interior
stainless steel liner of the dishwasher
and void the warranty. Do not wash
copper, brass, pewter, bronze or tin.
Cutlery with wooden or horn handles
and cutlery with mother-of-pearl or
porcelain handles will deteriorate over
time if put in the dishwasher.
Plastics may lose their shape or color
with hot water, please follow the
instructions of plastic manufacturers.
Be sure that plastic items are marked
“dishwasher safe”.
Glued dishes or cutlery are not
suitable for machine washing since
certain adhesives may get soft or
dissolve with hot water.
Aluminum may fade over time.
Minerals in water and detergent may
cause the aluminum to darken or spot.
Sterling silver articles should not be
washed in the dishwasher because
they tend to discolor and become dull
by dishwasher detergent.
Silverware and stainless steel items
should not be in contact with each
other. Mixing these items can cause
staining. Remove and hand dry these
items immediately when the program
ends.
Decorated glasses, porcelain, fine
china and china with gold rims are
sensitive to machine washing. They
may lose their patterns and colors
over time.
Crystal and very fine glassware may
become opaque (etch) losing their
shine over time. You may prefer to
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CAUTION :If in doubt, wash by
hand or follow the instructions
from the manufacturer of
utensils, dishes, glasses or pots
and pans.
Do not wash items soiled with
cigarette ash, candle wax,
varnish, paints or chemicals
since they can damage your
dishwasher.
NOTICE: We recommend
when buying new dishware, try
to choose ones that are suitable
for machine washing (marked as
dishwasher safe).
CARING FOR YOUR TABLE-WARE
The combination of high temperatures and
dishwasher detergent may cause damage
to some items if they are washed in the
dishwasher. Remember, if there is any
doubt about any aspect concerning items
to be washed in the dishwasher, follow the
instructions from the manufacturer of the
items, or wash the items by hand.
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6. OPERATING THE PRODUCT
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NOTICE: If you do not perform any operation after switching on the machine,
it will be automatically switched off within 5 seconds.
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Cancel 3”
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F2
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F4
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1. On/Off key
2. Programme Selection / Programme
Cancel (3 seconds) key
3. Function keys & indicators
F1 Half Load Function
F2 Sanitize Function
F3 SteamGloss Function
F4 AquaIntense Function
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4. Programme indicator
5. Salt indicator (MODEL DEPENDING)
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(Not in use)
Start / Cancel indicator
Time Delay / Programme Time indicator
Time Delay key
Time Delay indicator
End of Programme indicator
Sanitized indicator
Rinse Aid indicator
6.1 KEYS
On/Off key
When you press On / Off key, indicator lights illuminate on the display for ON position. The
lights turn off in OFF position.
Programme Selection / Programme Cancel key
Press this key until the desired programme appears in the programme indicator.
To cancel the running programme open the door of the product. Press and hold the
Programme Selection / Programme Cancel keys for 3 seconds. After the 3 - 2 - 1
countdown, 0:01 is displayed, close the door of the product and wait for the draining
process complete. Draining is completed in 2 minutes and the machine gives an audible
warning when it is completed.
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Function keys
If you press any of the Function keys
during programme selection or time delay
selection, an affirmative key signal will be
heard provided that the relevant function
is supported by the selected programme.
Function will be deemed selected when the
indicator of the selected function is lit.
To cancel the selected function, keep the
function key pressed until the function
indicator disappears.
6.2 PREPARING THE
MACHINE
1. Open the door of the dishwasher.
2. Place the dishes in accordance with the
instructions in the user manual.
3. Make sure that the upper and lower
impellers rotate freely.
4. Put adequate amount of detergent
into the detergent dispenser.
6.3 PROGRAMME
SELECTION
1. Press the On/Off button to turn on
your machine.
2. Check the Salt and Rinse Aid indicators
and add salt and/or rinse aid if needed.
3. Refer to the table of “Programme data
and average consumption values”
to determine a washing programme
suitable for your dishes.
4. Selected programme will start when
you close the door of your machine.
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75
158
High
+
+
40
8
40
8
25-40
70
140
-
-
+
+
40
8
-
-
-
(°F)
(°C)
(°F)
15-25 ml
ml
tsp
ml
tsp
ml
tsp
15 ml
+ 5 ml
+
+
+
+
120
20,2
5,34
-
-
-
75
14,4
3,80
Main wash
Dry
Sanitize
Duration (minutes)
Water (liters)
Water (gallons)
4,28
16,2
101
+
+
+
+
5-8
25-40
8
40
8
40
+
+
-
High
158
70
158
70
Heavy
2
2,38-5,55
9,0-21,2
100-155
+
+
+
+
3-8
15-40
3-8
15-40
5-8
25-40
-
+
-
Medium - High
142-157
61-67
131
55
Auto
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PROGRAM TABLE
5,02
19,2
182
-
+
+
+
5-8
25-40
8
40
8
40
+
+
-
Medium
151
66
131
55
AquaFlex
4
2,38-5,55
9,0-21,2
100-155
+
+
+
+
3-5
15-25
5
25
5-8
25-40
+
+
-
Medium
142-157
61-67
122-131
50-55
Normal *
5
3,10
11,8
65
-
+
+
+
3
15
3-5
15-25
5
25
-
+
-
Few
149
65
122
50
Delicate
6
3,10
11,6
35
-
-
+
-
3
15
3
15
3-5
15-25
-
-
+
Few
131
55
113
45
Express
7
1,20
4,4
12
-
-
-
+
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
0
0
0
Rinse & Hold
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The consumption values shown in the table were determined under standard conditions. For this reason, deviations are possible under practical conditions. * The energy-usage
label is based on this program.
5-8
-
-
Soft
water
Medium
water
Hard
water
70
167
72
160
(°C)
Heavy+
1
InnerClean
0
Wash
Recommended
detergent
amount
Detergent in
dispenser
section
Degree of dirtiness
Rinse Temperatures
Wash Temperatures
Program name
Program number
6.4 AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
Washing programmes of your dishwasher
are designed to obtain the best cleaning
effect, considering the type of the soiling,
soiling degree and properties of the dishes
to be washed.
Auxiliary functions allow you save from
time, water and power.
Auxiliary functions may cause
changes in the programme
duration.
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Auxiliary functions are not
suitable for all washing
programs. Indicator of the
auxiliary function that is not
compatible with the programme
will not be active.
Half Load function
It is used to operate the machine without
loading it completely.
1. Load your dishes in the machine as you
like.
2. Turn the machine on with On/Off key.
3. Select the desired programme and
press the Half Load key. The Half Load
indicator will light on the display in the
Function Selected indicator.
4. Close the door of the machine to start
the programme.
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With the Half Load function you
can save both water and power
while using the lower and upper
baskets of the machine.
SteamGloss Function
It provides superior drying performance.
Sanitize Function
Sanitize function raises the water
temperature in the final rinse to meet the
requirements of NSF/ANSI STANDARD
184 for Residential Dishwashers. Certified
residential dishwashers are not intended
for licensed food establishments.
At the end of a succesfull
sanitization “S“ is displayed on
the display. “S” is not displayed
on the display if the cycle is
interrupted or the water could
not be heated to the required
temperature.
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Note: Only sanitizing cycles
have been designed to meet
the requirements of 6 for
soil removal and sanitization
efficacy.
There is no intention, either
directly or indirectly, that all
cycles have passed sanitization
performance tests.
AquaIntense Function
AquaIntense impeller
located under the
lower impeller helps
washing your heavily
soiled dishes places in
the right side of the
lower basket. It will give better results to
place the most soiled dish to the right front
side.
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Available programs are
indicated on Program Table
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Do not try to remove the
AquaIntense impeller!
Interior Lighting
(MODEL DEPENDING)
Some models have interior lighting to
illuminate the interior when the door is
opened.
Changing the interior lighting
setting
1. After turning on the machine,
press Time Delay and P+ keys
simultaneously. Continue to press until
the countdown 3, 2, 1 is completed on
the display.
2. Press P+ key to activate the L: option.
The interior lighting is turned off at
"L:0" option and turned on at "L:1"
option. Set the desired option with the
Time Delay key.
3. Turn off the machine with On/Off key
to save the changes.
Floor illumination
Warning to show that machine is
in washing phase
(MODEL DEPENDING)
Your machine reflects a light to the floor
during the washing process. This light turns
off after the washing process is complete.
Floor illumination is activated
automatically when the
washing programme starts and
remains lit until the end of the
programme.
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Floor illumination cannot be
cancelled by the user.
Automatic Detergent Detection
Feature
The product has a feature to automatically
detect the type of the detergent and
adjust the washing programme and drying
system to the best performance. If special
tablet detergent is used, the programme
duration can be extended by 20 minutes in
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order to optimize the washing and drying
performance.
Notice: Automatic detergent
detection feature should be
deactivated during the tests
according to AHAM DW-1.
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To deactivate:
1. After turning on the machine, press
Time Delay and P keys simultaneously.
Keep them pressed until the
countdown 3, 2, 1 is completed on the
display.
2. Press P key to activate the a: option.
Automatic detergent detection feature
is disabled at “a:0” option and enabled
at "a:1" option. Set the desired option
by pressing the Time Delay key.
3. Turn off the machine with On/Off key
to save the changes.
Changing Warning Sound Volume
1. After turning on the machine,
press Time Delay and P / P+ keys
simultaneously. Keep them pressed
until the countdown 3, 2, 1 is
completed on the display.
2. Press P / P+ key to activate the S:
position.
3. Each pressing on the Time Delay key
will change the warning sound volume
as "S:0" off, "S:1" medium" and "S:2"
high.
4. Turn off the machine with On/Off key
to save the changes.
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Factory setting of your machine
is "S:2".
6.5 PROGRAMMING THE
WASHING TIME
Time Delay
If an economical electricity tariff is applied
in your region, you can use the Time
Delay function to wash your dishes during
appropriate hours.
You can delay the start of the selected
program until 24 hours. Time Delay cannot
be set after the programme starts.
1. Press the Time Delay function key after
selecting the washing programme and
other auxiliary functions.
2. Once you press the Time Delay key,
Display Information Line will show
"0:30" and Time Delay indicator will
start flashing.
3. Set the desired time by pressing the
Time Delay key. Time will increase
with increments of 30 minutes up
to 6 hours and after that in 1 hour
increments up to 24 hours every time
you press the key.
4. Press Start / Pause / Cancel key to
start countdown for the Time Delay.
Time Delay indicator and Start / Pause
indicator will light continuously until
the end of the period. Time Delay is
displayed on the Display Information
Line. Selected programme will start as
soon as the countdown is over.
Changing the settings while Time
Delay function is enabled
While the Time Delay function is activated,
you cannot make changes in the washing
programme, auxiliary functions or the
duration of delay time.
Programme and auxiliary
functions cannot be set/
changed after the programme
has started.
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To cancel the Time Delay function
1. Press and hold Start / Pause / Cancel
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key for 3 seconds.
2. When the Start / Pause / Cancel key
is pressed and hold, "3", "2", "1" appear
on the Display Information Line. Time
Delay indicator will turn off at the
end of the cancellation process and
delaying process is cancelled.
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You can select and start a
new programme following
the cancellation of Time Delay
function.
Time Delay function can not be
set after the programme starts.
6.6 Starting the programme
To start your machine after selecting the
programme and auxiliary functions, press
Start / Pause / Cancel key.
Once the programme starts a tune is
played and the estimated time remained
to the end of the programme will appear
on the Display Information Line. Start /
Pause / Cancel indicator starts lighting
continuously.
Depends on the model
Your machine performs
water softening depending
on the hardness level of the
supply water. Remaining
time displayed towards the
end in some programmes can
be different from the time
indicated at the beginning
due to this process. The
total time can also change
while the programme is
running depending on the
ambient temperature where
your machine is installed,
temperature of the supply
water and amount of the
dishes.
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Pay attention not to open the
door of the machine when it is
running. Stop the machine by
pressing Start / Pause / Cancel
key if you have to open the
door. Then, open the door of
the machine. There may be a
rush of vapour when you open
the door of your machine; be
careful. Close the door of your
machine and press Start/Pause/
Cancel key again. Programme
will resume running.
If the door is opened while the
machine is running, the machine
will switch to the standby
mode. Close the machine door
and press Start/Pause/Cancel
button. The programme will
resume.
The machine will remain silent
in pause mode for some time
in order to remove the water in
the machine and on the dishes
completely and to have the
water softener cleaned, and
then it will resume running in
drying mode.
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Child Lock prevents the selected
programme or functions from
being changed and disables the
Start / Pause / Cancel key.
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For energy saving, the product
is automatically turned off
following the completion of the
programme or if the programme
is not started.
Child Lock does not lock the
door of the machine.
If you turn your machine off
by using On/Off key at the
end of the programme, the
Child Lock will be deactivated
automatically.
To deactivate the Child Lock:
1. Pres Child (Key) Lock keys
simultaneously and hold for 3 seconds.
2. "3", "2", "1" is displayed on Display
Information Line and key lock is
cancelled.
6.8 CANCELLING THE
PROGRAMME
6.7 CHILD (KEY) LOCK
You may prevent other people from
interrupting and changing the programme
cycle and time delay while the machine is
running.
To activate the Child Lock:
1. Pres Child (Key) Lock keys
simultaneously and hold for 3 seconds.
2. "3", "2", "1" is displayed on Display
Information Line and key lock is
activated.
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1. Press Start/Pause/Cancel key for 3
seconds to cancel the programme.
2. Release the key when the Start / Pause
indicator starts flashing. For a couple
of minutes the machine will fulfill
the necessary operations required to
cancel the programme.
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There might be residues of
detergent or rinse aid left in the
machine and / or on the pieces
being washed depending on the
step the programme you have
cancelled was in.
6.9 Salt indicator (
)
Please check the salt indicator on the
display to see whether there is adequate
amount of softening salt in the dishwasher
or not. You need to refill the salt reservoir
with salt whenever salt warning indicator
appears on the display of your machine.
Adjusting the water hardness
level is explained in Water
Softening System section.
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6.10 Rinse Aid indicator ( )
Please check the rinse aid indicator on the
display to see whether there is adequate
amount of rinse aid in the dishwasher or
not. You need to refill the rinse aid reservoir
with rinse aid whenever rinse aid warning
indicator appears on the display of your
machine.
6.11 END OF PROGRAMME
End of Programme indicator will light up
once the washing programme is over.
1. Press the On/Off button to turn off
your machine.
2. Close the tap.
3. Unplug the machine from the socket.
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For energy saving, the product
is automatically turned off
following the completion of the
programme or if the programme
is not started.
Leave your dishes in the
machine for about 15 minutes
to cool down after they are
washed. Your dishes will dry
in a shorter time if you leave
the door of your machine
ajar during this period. This
process will increase the drying
effectiveness of your machine.
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6.12 WATER CUT-OFF
WARNING
If mains water is cut or water inlet tap
is turned off the machine cannot take
water in and E:02 icon will flash on the
programme indicator. As long as the
problem continues, washing programme
is paused and the water inlet is checked
regularly by the machine; when the water
is restored E:02 icon will disappear after
a while and the washing programme
resumes.
6.13 OVERFLOWING
WARNING
If the machine intakes too much water or
there is leakage at any of the components
then the machine will detect this and E:01
icon will flash on the Programme indicator.
As long as the overflowing continues
safety algorithm will be active and try
to discharge the water. If overflowing
stops and safety is assured, E:01 icon
will disappear. If E:01 does not disappear,
there is a permanent fault. In this case the
authorised service should be contacted.
InnerClean
This programme is recommended to be
operated on each 1-2 months for machine
cleaning and necessary hygiene. The
programme should be operated while the
machine is empty.
In order to achieve an efficient result, it is
recommended to use together with special
machine cleaning agents.
Do not use this programme to
clean dishes. As it operates in
high temperatures, it is harmful
for the dishes.
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7. DETERGENT & RINSE
AID DISPENSER
7.1 FILLING THE DETERGENT
DISPENSER
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WARNING:Always store your
detergent in locations which are
cool, dry and out of the reach of
children.
Check that the detergent
dispenser is empty after the
completion of each wash
program.
WARNING:Dishwasher
detergents can be dangerous
if inhaled or swallowed. Avoid
contact with skin and eyes, keep
children and infirm persons
away from the dishwasher
when the door is opened.
Consult a doctor immediately if
detergent has been swallowed
or inhaled.
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Only use detergents suitable for
dishwashers.
Do not use detergent in Rinse & Hold
cycle.
Don’t forget to pour / put the
detergent into the dispenser before
turning the machine on.
Too much detergent may mean that
the detergent does not dissolve
properly and dishes could get
scratched.
Too much detergent in soft water may
cause glass corrosion. Do not use too
much detergent if your water supply
is soft.
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If you do not know the hardness of your
water supply, use 15 ml / 3 tsp detergent.
Increase the amount of detergent if you
see white water marks especially on the
surface of the glassware.
Find out the hardness of your water supply
by asking your local water department,
water softener company, or county
extension agent.
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2.
3.
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Open the detergent container by
pushing the lock to the right A.
Pour / put the detergent into the
dispenser.
Close the lid until it clicks in.The
detergent container holds a total of
40 ml / 8 tsp of detergent 1.Marking
lines on the inside of the detergent
container aid in providing the correct
amount of detergent. When the
dishwasher is fully loaded and the
dishes are very dirty, we recommend
filling the detergent container up
to the 25 ml / 5 tsp mark. When the
dishes are less dirty, it is generally
7.2 FILLING RINSE AID
DISPENSER
sufficient to fill the detergent up to
the 15 ml / 3 tsp mark.
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The detergent amounts for the
individual cleaning programs are
shown in the “Quick Reference Guide Program Table”.
Fill amounts given are for standard
powder detergent. Amounts may
vary if you use liquid or concentrated
powder detergent. Tablet detergents
should be placed in detergent
container 1. With the cover closed.
Follow instructions on the package
of the detergent when using liquid
dishwasher detergent, concentrated
powder detergent, or tablet
detergent.
Deviations are possible depending on
how dirty the dishes are and how hard
the water is in your location.
If your dishes have been in the
dishwasher for some time without
being washed, also fill the smaller
container 2. up to the top.
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WARNING:Keep your rinse
aids out of the reach of children.
Ingestion or inhalation of rinse
aid may cause serious injury.
Avoid contact with skin and
eyes, and keep children and
infirm persons away from rinse
aids.
Only use rinse aids suited for use in
dishwashers. Rinse aids allow washing
water to rinse off more cleanly and
prevent watermarks or streaks on the
dishes.
If you use “2 in 1” or “3 in 1”
detergents / tabs, you do not
need additional rinse aid.
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Open the rinse aid dispenser by
pressing the lock B.
Carefully pour in rinse aid to the MAX
mark.
3.
4.
Close the lid until it clicks in 3.
Carefully wipe off spilled rinse aid. Excessive
rinse aid causes excessive foam formation,
which may hinder cleaning.
7.3 SET THE DOSE OF RINSE AID
The dose of rinse aid to be used can be set by
means of the dispenser regulator 4 between
levels 1 and 6.
Change the setting, only if the following applies
after washing:
•• Watermarks are visible on the dishes: Set
dosage higher.
•• Streaks are visible on the dishes: Set dosage
lower.
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8. SETTING THE WATER SOFTENER
(MODEL DEPENDING)
WATER HARDNESS & REGENERATION SETTINGS
The dishwasher requires lime free water. Hard water leaves watermarks on your dishes.
Your dishwasher has a special water softening system to remove the hardness of the tap
water. Setting this system correctly will increase the washing effectiveness.
To find out the hardness level of water in your area, contact your local Water Board or
Determine water hardness level by the help of test strip provided.
If you move to a different location, the level of water hardness will possibly
be different. It is essential to reset the water hardness in order to obtain
optimum washing efficiency.
Test Strip
Remove the
Let the water Fill a glass with Take the test strip
test strip from flow from your tap water and out of the water and
its packing. tap for 1 minute. dip the test strip
shake it.
into water for 1
second.
Hold for
1 minute.
Level 1
No Lime
Level 2
Very low lime content
Level 3
Low lime content
Level 4
Medium lime content
Level 5
High lime content
Level 6
Very High lime content
Set the water hardness level of your dishwasher
according to the result shown by the test strip.
To Adjust the Water Hardness
1. After turning on the machine, press Time Delay and P+/P keys simultaneously. After the
countdown (3,2,1) is displayed keep the keys pressed for a while.
2. Press P+/P key to activate the position.
3. Using Time Delay key, adjust water hardness level according to the hardness of the
supply water. See “Water hardness level adjustment table” for correct setting.
4. Press On / Off key to save the setting.
Water Hardness Level Adjustment Table
Hardness
Level
1st Level
2nd Level
3rd Level
4 Level
English
Water
Hardness
°dE
German
Water
Hardness
°dH
French
Water
Hardness
°dF*
0-5
0-4
0-8
6-9
5-7
9-13
10-15
8-12
14-22
Press the Time Delay key to switch the water hardness level to position 2. (r 2)
16-19
13-15
23-27
Press the Time Delay key to switch the water hardness level to position 3. (r 3)
20-24
16-19
28-34
Press the Time Delay key to switch the water hardness level to position 4. (r 4)
25-62
20-50
35-90
Press the Time Delay key to switch the water hardness level to position 5. (r 5)
Water Hardness Level Indicator
Press the Time Delay key to switch the water hardness level to position 1. (r 1)
th
5 Level
th
6th Level
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If the hardness level of the water that you
use is above 90°dF (French standard for
water hardness) or if you are using well
water, than it is recommended to use filter
and water purification devices.
* If the hardness level of the water
that you use is below 8°dF (French
standard for water hardness), there is
no need to use salt in your dishwasher.
If this is the case, Salt Indicator (if any)
illuminates continuously on the panel
of your machine.
If the water hardness is set to level 1, the
Salt Indicator will illuminate continuously
although it is not necessary to use salt. If
you use salt under this condition, salt will
not be consumed and the lamp will not
illuminate.
If you move your house, it
is very important to make
the water hardness level
adjustment of your machine
according to the new location
you move in order to preserve
the washing efficiency.
If the water hardness level
of your machine is adjusted
previously, your machine
will display the most recent
hardness level adjustment.
Adjust the new water hardness
level of the machine based on
the water hardness level of the
tap water.
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9. FILLING THE
DISHWASHER SALT
DISPENSER
(MODEL DEPENDING)
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CAUTION :Never use culinary
or table salt. These types of salt
do not dissolve in water easily
and will damage the function of
the softening device.
NOTICE: Only use special
dishwasher salt in your machine
to soften the water.
Do not use coarse grained salt.
Small grains or powdered salt is
more easily soluble.
The manufacturer is not liable
for damages resulting from the
use of the wrong type of salt.
1. Remove the lower rack from the
machine.
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MAINTENANCE
Open the screw-in cap of the salt
container by turning it counter
clockwise (Fig. A, B).
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3. When operating for the first time: Pour
1 Liter of water into the salt container
(Fig. C).
4.
5.
Pour the salt into the container with
the aid of the supplied salt funnel
(Fig. D). Pour in enough salt to fill
the container. The container holds
approximately 2 kg / 4.4 pounds.
Close the cap tightly.
CAUTION :Begin any wash
program immediately after
filling the salt container. The
washing program prevents
damage to the machine which
may be caused by any spilled
salt solution.
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After the first washing cycle, the salt
level indicator light will go out. (model
depending)
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WARNING:Before cleaning
or carrying out maintenance,
switch off the appliance,
disconnect the mains plug and
turn off the water tap.
WARNING:Do not repair
or replace any part of the
dishwasher or attempt any
servicing unless specifically
recommended by this manual.
We recommend that the
dishwasher only be repaired by
an authorized service agent.
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CAUTION :To avoid the
possibility of slipping, keep the
floor around the dishwasher
clean and dry.
Keep your appliance free
from the accumulation of
combustible materials, such as
lint, rags, and chemicals.
If the dishwasher is not in use
for an extended period of time,
we recommend you check that
the baskets are empty, leave the
inside of the dishwasher clean,
the door cracked open to allow
air to circulate, turn off both the
power and water supply to the
dishwasher.
10.1 CARING FOR YOUR
DISHWASHER EXTERIOR
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CAUTION :Possible
dishwasher damage: Abrasive
cleaners, scouring pads,
abrasive cloths (paper towels)
can damage the dishwasher
decorative door.
Cleaning the control panel: Use only
soft cloth that is lightly dampened with
mild detergent. Clean the control panel only
with a moist cloth and clear water.
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Cleaning the colored doors: Use only
soft cloth that is lightly dampened with
mild detergent.
Cleaning the stainless steel doors:
Use a soft cloth with a cleaner made for
cleaning stainless steel. For the best
results, apply the stainless steel cleaner
to a soft cloth and wipe the surface in the
direction of the grain.
Cleaning the door gasket: Regularly
clean the door gasket with a damp cloth to
remove food particles and other debris. Use
a gentle household cleaner for the outside
and the door seals, and rinse thoroughly.
10.2 CARING FOR YOUR
DISHWASHER INTERIOR
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NOTICE: Cleaning your
dishwasher at regular intervals
ensures longer product life and
reduces the risk of recurring
problems. Always disconnect
the power to machine before
cleaning.
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CAUTION :When cleaning the
underside of the main filter,
care must be taken on the sharp
outer edge to avoid the risk of
cut type injuries.
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10.3 CLEANING THE FILTERS
Clean the filters at least once a week in
order for the machine operates efficiently.
Check if food residues are left on the filters.
If there are food residues on filters, take
them out and clean well under running
water.
1. Turn the micro filter (1) and coarse
filter (2) assembly counterclockwise
and pull it out from its seating (A).
4. Clean all three filters under tap water
by means of a brush.
5. Replace the metal/plastic filter.
6. Place the coarse filter into the
microfilter. Make sure that it is properly
seated. Turn the coarse filter clockwise
until a “click” sound is heard.
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2. Pull out the metal / plastic filter (3)
from the seating (C).
3. Press the two pawls on the coarse
filter inwards and separate the coarse
filter from the assembly (B).
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Do not use the dishwasher
without filter.
Incorrect placement of the filters
will reduce washing efficiency.
10.4 CLEANING THE HOSE
FILTER
Damages on the machine that may be
caused by impurities coming from the
urban supply water or your own water
installation (such as sand, dirt, rust, etc.)
can be prevented by means of the filter
attached to the water inlet hose. Check the
filter and the hose regularly and clean them
if necessary.
1. Turn off the tap and remove the hose.
2. After taking out the filter, clean it
under running tap water.
3. Place the cleaned filter back to its seat
in the hose.
4. Install the hose to tap.
10.5 CLEANING THE
IMPELLERS
Clean the impellers at least once a week in
order for the machine operates efficiently.
LOWER IMPELLER
Check if the holes on the lower impeller (1)
are clogged. If they are clogged, remove
and clean the impeller. Pull the lower
impeller up to remove it (A, B).
(MODEL DEPENDING)
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UPPER IMPELLER
Check if the holes on the upper impeller (1)
are clogged. If they are clogged, remove
and clean the impeller. Turn its nut to left
to remove the upper impeller (A, B).
Make sure that the nut is tightened well
when installing the upper impeller.
CEILING IMPELLER
(MODEL DEPENDING)
Check if the holes on the top ceiling
impeller (1) of your machine are clogged. If
they are clogged, remove and clean.
To remove them, slightly ( ) push them
upwards and then ( ) turn left (A,B).
To install the impeller, seat it into its
slot, push slightly upwards and turn it
rightwards until it is securely tightened.
When the impeller is released, check if it
rotates without any obstruction.
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11. TROUBLESHOOTING
Machine does not start.
•• Power cable is unplugged. >>> Check if the power cable is plugged in.
•• Fuse is blown. >>> Check the fuses in your house.
•• Water is cut. >>> Make sure that the water inlet tap is open.
•• Door of the machine is open. >>> Make sure that you have closed the door of the
machine.
•• On / Off button is not pressed. >>> Make sure that you have turned on the machine
by pressing the On / Off button.
Dishes are not washed clean
•• Dishes are not placed orderly in the machine. >>> Load the dishes as described in the
user manual.
•• Selected programme is unsuitable. >>> Select a programme with a higher
temperature and cycle time.
•• Impellers are stuck. >>> Prior to starting the programme, turn the lower and upper
impellers by hand to make sure that they rotate freely.
•• Impeller holes are clogged. >>> Lower and upper impeller holes might be clogged
with food remnants such as lemon pips. Clean the impellers regularly as illustrated in
section “Cleaning and Care”.
•• Filters are clogged. >>> Check if the filter system is clean. Clean the filter system
regularly as illustrated in section “Cleaning and Care”.
•• Filters are installed incorrectly. >>> Check the filter system and make sure that it is
installed correctly.
•• Baskets are overloaded. >>> Do not overload the baskets in excess of their capacity.
•• Detergent is stored under unsuitable conditions. >>> If you are using powder
detergent, do not store the detergent package in humid places. Keep it in a closed
container if possible. For ease-of-storing, we recommend you to use tablet
detergents.
•• Detergent is not sufficient. >>> If you are using powder detergent, adjust the
amount of detergent according to the soiling degree of your dishes and/or
programme definitions. We recommend you to use tablet detergents for optimum
results.
•• Rinse aid is not sufficient. >>> Check the rinse aid indicator and add rinse aid if
necessary. Increase the rinse aid setting if there is enough amount of rinse aid in the
machine.
•• Detergent dispenser lid is left open. >>> Make sure that the detergent dispenser lid is
closed tightly after adding detergent.
Dishes are not dry at the end of cycle
•• Dishes are not placed orderly in the machine. >>> Place your dishes in a way that no
water will accumulate in them.
•• Rinse aid is not sufficient. >>> Check the rinse aid indicator and add rinse aid if
necessary. Increase the rinse aid setting if there is enough amount of rinse aid in the
machine.
•• Machine is unloaded right after the programme is over. >>> Do not unload your
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machine right after washing process is completed. Slightly open the door and wait
for evacuation of the steam inside for a while. Unload the dishes after the pieces
cool down to a touchable level. Start unloading process from the lower basket. Thus,
dropping of water remained on a piece at upper basket onto the pieces at lower
basket is prevented.
Selected programme is unsuitable. >>> Since rinsing temperature is low at
programmes with short duration, drying performance will also be low. Select
programmes with longer duration for a higher drying performance.
Surface quality of the kitchen utensils is deteriorated. >>> Desired washing
performance can not be obtained at kitchen utensils with deteriorated surfaces and
it is not suitable to use such utensils in terms of hygiene as well. Also, water can not
flow easily on deteriorated surfaces. It is not recommended to wash such kitchen
utensils in dishwasher.
It is normal that drying complaints can be experienced with Teflon kitchen
utensils. It is associated with the structure of Teflon. Since the surface
tensions of Teflon and water are different, water droplets will remain as
beads on the Teflon surface.
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Tea, cafe or lipstick stains remain on dishes.
•• Selected programme is unsuitable. >>> Select a programme with a higher
temperature and cycle time.
•• Surface quality of the kitchen utensils is deteriorated. >>> Tea and cafe stains or
other dye spots may not be cleaned in dishwasher when they have penetrated in
deteriorated surfaces. Desired washing performance can not be obtained at kitchen
utensils with deteriorated surfaces and it is not suitable to use such utensils in
terms of hygiene as well. It is not recommended to wash such kitchen utensils in
dishwasher.
•• Detergent is stored under unsuitable conditions. >>> If you are using powder
detergent, do not store the detergent package in humid places. Keep it in a closed
container if possible. For ease-of-storing, we recommend you to use tablet
detergents.
Lime traces remain on dishes and glassware gains a misty appearance
•• Rinse aid is not sufficient. >>> Check the rinse aid indicator and add rinse aid if
necessary. Increase the rinse aid setting if there is enough amount of rinse aid in the
machine.
•• Water hardness setting is low or salt level is insufficient >>> Measure the hardness
of the supply water appropriately and check the water hardness setting.
•• Salt leakage exists. >>> Pay attention not to spill salt around the salt filling hole
while adding salt. Make sure that the salt reservoir lid is tightly closed after finishing
the filling process. Run the prewash programme to remove the salt that spilled inside
the machine. Since the salt granules that will remain under the lid will dissolve during
prewash, causing the lid loosen, check the lid once again at the end of the programme.
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There is a different odour in the machine
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A new machine has a peculiar odour. It will fade out after a couple of washing.
Filters are clogged. >>> Check if the filter system is clean. Clean the filter system
regularly as illustrated in section “Cleaning and Care”.
•• Dirty dishes are kept in dishwasher for 2-3 days. >>> If you are not going to start
the machine right after you have put the dishes into it, remove the remnants on the
dishes and run the Prewash programme without detergent every 2 days. In such
cases, do not close the door of the machine completely in order to avoid odour build
up in machine. You can also use commercially available odour removers or machine
cleaners.
Rust, discoloration or surface deterioration occurs on dishes
•• Salt leakage exists. >>> Salt may cause deterioration and oxidation on metal
surfaces. Pay attention not to spill salt around the salt filling hole while adding salt.
Make sure that the salt reservoir lid is tightly closed after finishing the filling process.
Run the prewash programme to remove the salt that spilled inside the machine. Since
the salt granules that will remain under the lid will dissolve during prewash, causing
the lid loosen, check the lid once again at the end of the programme.
•• Salty food remnants have remained on dishes for a long time. >>> If silverware soiled
with such foods will be kept waiting in machine, dirt must be removed by prewash or
dishes must be washed without being kept waiting.
•• Electric installation is not grounded. >>>Check if your machine is connected to the
actual grounding line. Otherwise, the static electric created in the product causes arcs
on the surfaces of metal items creating pores, removing the protective cover on the
surface and causing discoloration.
•• Intensive cleansers such as bleaches are used. >>> Protective cover on metal
surfaces gets damaged and looses its efficiency in time when it gets in contact with
cleansers such as bleach. Do not wash your dishes with bleach.
•• Metal items particularly such as knives are used for purposes other then their
intended uses. >>> Protective cover on the edges of knives may get damaged when
they are used for purposes such as opening cans. Do not use metal kitchen utensils
out of their intended uses.
•• Silverware are made of low quality stainless steel. >>> Corrosion on such items is
inevitable; they should not be washed in dishwashers.
•• Kitchen utensils that are already corroded are washed in dishwasher. >>> Rust on a
corroded item can migrate to other stainless steel surfaces and cause corrosion on
those surfaces as well. Such items should not be washed in dishwashers.
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Detergent remains in detergent dispenser.
•• Detergent dispenser was damp when adding detergent. >>> Make sure that the
detergent dispenser is dried well prior to filling it with detergent.
•• Detergent is added long before the washing process. >>> Pay attention to add
detergent shortly before start-up of the washing.
•• Opening of the detergent dispenser lid is prevented during washing. >>> Place the
dishes in a way that will not prevent the detergent dispenser lid from opening and the
water going into the machine from impellers.
•• Detergent is stored under unsuitable conditions. >>> If you are using powder
detergent, do not store the detergent package in humid places. Keep it in a closed
container if possible. For ease-of-storing, we recommend you to use tablet
detergents.
•• Impeller holes are clogged. >>> Lower and upper impeller holes might be clogged
with food remnants such as lemon pips. Clean the impellers regularly as illustrated in
section “Cleaning and Care”.
Decorations and ornaments on kitchen utensils are being erased.
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Decorated glasses and decorated luster porcelains are not suitable for
washing in the dishwasher. Manufacturers of glassware and porcelain
tableware items do not recommend washing such kitchen utensils in the
dishwashers either.
Dishes are scratched.
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Kitchen utensils that contains or are made of aluminum should not be washed
in dishwasher.
Salt leakage exists. >>> Pay attention not to spill salt around the salt filling hole
while adding salt. Spilled salt can cause scratches. Make sure that the salt reservoir
lid is tightly closed after finishing the filling process. Run the prewash programme
to remove the salt that spilled inside the machine. Since the salt granules that will
remain under the lid will dissolve during prewash, causing the lid loosen, check the lid
once again at the end of the programme.
Water hardness setting is low or salt level is insufficient >>> Measure the hardness
of the supply water appropriately and check the water hardness setting.
Dishes are not placed orderly in the machine. >>> When placing the glasses and
other glassware into the basket lean them not against other dishes but the edges
or racks of the basket or the glass support wire. Striking of the glasses to each other
or to other dishes due to the impact of water during washing can cause breaks, or
scratches on their surfaces.
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A smear remains on glasses that resembles milk stain which can not be
removed when wiped by hand. A bluish / rainbow appearance occurs when
the glass is pointed to light.
•• Excessive rinse aid is used. >>>Lower rinse aid setting. Clean the spilled rinse aid
when adding rinse aid.
•• Corrosion has occurred on glass due to soft water. >>> Measure the hardness of the
supply water appropriately and check the water hardness setting. If your supply water
is soft (<5 dH), do not use salt. Choose programmes that wash in higher temperatures
(e.g. 60-65°C). You can also use glass protective detergents that are commercially
available.
Foam forms in the machine.
•• Dishes are washed with hand-wash detergent by hand but not rinsed before placing
them into the machine. >>> Hand-wash detergents do not contain antifoam. There
is no need to hand-wash the dishes before placing them into the machine. Removing
the coarse soil on the dishes under tap water, with a tissue paper or fork will be
sufficient.
•• Rinse aid has spilled into the machine when adding rinse aid. >>> Take care that rinse
aid is not spilled in the machine when you are filling it. Clean any spilled rinse ait with
the help of a tissue paper/towel.
•• Lid of the rinse aid reservoir is left open. >>> Make sure that the lid of the rinse aid
reservoir is closed after adding rinse aid.
Kitchen utensils are broken.
•• Dishes are not placed orderly in the machine. >>> Load the dishes as described in the
user manual.
•• Baskets are overloaded. >>> Do not overload the baskets in excess of their capacity.
Water remains in the dishwasher at the end of the programme.
•• Filters are clogged. >>> Check if the filter system is clean. Clean the filter system
regularly as illustrated in section “Cleaning and Care”.
•• Discharge hose is clogged/blocked. >>> Check the discharge hose. If necessary,
remove the discharge hose, clear the blockage and insert is as illustrated in the user
manual.
If you cannot eliminate the problem although you follow the instructions in
this section, consult your dealer or the Authorised Service Agent. Never try to
repair a nonfunctional product yourself.
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12. TECHNICAL FEATURES
Load capacity
Permissible water
pressure
Electrical connection
Total power
Heater power
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14 place settings
4.35 - 145 psi (0.3 - 10 bars)
120 V (volts), 12 A (amps), 60Hz (hertz)
1400 W (watts)
1100 W (watts)
NOTICE: Because we
continually strive to improve
our products, we may change
our specifications and design
without prior notice.
This device corresponds to the
following directives:
UL 749 Household Dishwasher
directive.
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13. WARRANTY STATEMENT FOR THE BEKO
DISHWASHERS
The warranties provided by Beko in
these statements only apply to Beko
dishwashers sold to the original purchaser
or homeowner in the US and Canada. The
warranty is not transferable. To obtain
warranty service, please contact our
nearest distributor as listed by state and
province. You will need your dishwasher
model number, serial number, retailer
name and address, where purchased and
purchase date / installation date. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and
you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state. Also, please make sure
you register your product for warranty at
www.beko.us
1 year (*) full warranty from date of
first installation
Beko will repair or replace at no cost to
the consumer any defective parts of the
dishwasher if used under normal household
conditions
(warranty is void if the product
is used commercially e.g., bed
+ breakfast, nursing home etc.).
Service must also be performed by
an authorized Beko service agency.
(Cosmetic defects must be reported
within 10 business days from
installation). 1 year warranty on the
accessories is for the parts only and
doesnot include labor.
2 year*++ limited warranty from
date of first installation (Parts only)
Beko will repair or replace any
parts at no cost to the consumer if
material defects or workmanship
have caused the damage or failure
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of these components. Again the
dishwasher must have been used
under normal household conditions
and not commercially as stated
above (Labor charges are the
responsibility of the consumer).
2-5 year (*, **) limited warranty from
date of first installation
(parts only 2-5 years) Beko will repair or
replace any compressors, evaporators,
condensers and dryers at no cost to
the consumer if material defects or
workmanship have caused the damage or
failure of these components.
The dishwasher must have been
used under normal household
conditions and not commercially
(Labor charges are the
responsibility of the consumer)
Disclaimers of warranties and
exclusions:
Warranty does not cover service
costs by an authorized service
agent to correct installation,
electrical problems or educational
instruction on the use of the
dishwasher. The warranty also
does not cover defects or damage
caused by an act of God (such as
storms, floods, fires, mudslides,
etc.), damage cause by use of the
dishwasher for purposes other than
those for which it was designed,
misuse, abuse, accident, alteration,
improper installation, maintenance,
travel fees, service calls outside
normal service hours, pick up
and delivery, any food loss due
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to product failure, unauthorized
service work or work.
This product is fully tested and
went through official quality
assurance inspections before
leaving the original manufacturing
site. Warranty terms for this
Beko household appliance is not
valid if the product is altered,
tampered, modifed, additional parts
assembled, fixed and re-packed by
an authorized distributor, servicer, a
third party retailer, reseller or by any
other unauthorized person(s).
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY
LAW, THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU
OF ALL OTHER EXPRESSED AND
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. BEKO UNDERTAKES
NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE
QUALITY OF THIS PRODUCT
EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE
PROVIDED IN THIS WARRANTY
STATEMENT. BEKO ASSUMES
NO RESPONSIBILITY THAT THE
PRODUCT WILL BE FIT FOR ANY
PARTICULAR PURPOSE FOR
WHICH YOU MAY BE BUYING THIS
PRODUCT, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE
PROVIDED IN THIS WARRANTY
STATEMENT.
any substitute equipment, facilities
or services, downtime, the claims of
third parties, and injury to property.
Some states do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, so the
above limitations or exclusion may
not apply to you.
(*) Installation date shall refer to
either purchase date or 5 business
days after delivery of the product to
the home, whichever is later.
(**) Parts replaced will assume the
identity of the original parts + their
original warranty.
No Other Warranties. This Warranty
Statement is the complete and exclusive
warranty from the manufacturer. No
employee of Beko or any other party
is authorized to make any warranty
statements in addition to those made in
this Warranty Statement.
Please keep this warranty card, user
manual and your sales slip for future
reference.
HOW TO GET SERVICE
Please contact you authorized Beko dealer
or visit www.beko.us to locate and get
information for the closest authorized Beko
service center.
Beko does not assume any
responsibility for incidential or
consequential damages. Such
damages include, but are not
limited to, loss of profits, loss of
savings or revenue, loss of use of
the dishwasher or any associated
equipment, cost of capital, cost of
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