User ManUal
BMA-811 I
Dear Customer,
First of all, congratulations for choosing our environment and technology
friend product. Taking it as a goal to offer you products beyond your
expectations, we present dishwasher which is elaborately manufactured
in modern facilities and subjected to strict quality controls for your use.
This user manual will guide you through use of your device; you will realize
that your device includes cutting edge technological solutions and is very
easy to use.
Your device will serve you for long years as long as you display the
necessary care and maintenance. We hope you enjoy using your device.
This product was manufactured in environmentally friendly VESTEL
BEYAZ EŞYA A.Ş. facilities with no harm to the nature.
Important Safety-Related Information
Please read the instructions in this manual carefully to know your device
quickly and make use of all of its functions and keep for future reference. This
user manual includes important information regarding first use, installation,
safety, intended uses, cleaning and maintenance and troubleshooting of
your device.
Follow the instructions in the user manual.
WARNING: Risk of serious injury or death.
CAUTION: Risk of injury or damage to properties.
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JJContents
Safety Warnings....................................................................................1
Safety Information to be Followed While Using the Appliance ...... 1
Safety Information to be Followed During Installation .....................5
Water Connections.................................................................................6
Water Inlet Hose ....................................................................................6
Water Discharging Hose........................................................................8
Placing the appliance under the counter.............................................9
Technical Specifications........................................................................11
General Appearance............................................................................12
BeforeFirst Use....................................................................................13
Preparing The Machine For Use..........................................................13
Importance of water softening system............................................... 13
Adjustment of Water Hardness......................................................... 14
Detergent Use ..................................................................................... 15
Filling and Adjusting Rinse Aid........................................................... 15
Placing Dishes into Dishwasher..........................................................18
Top Basket............................................................................................. 19
Lower Basket........................................................................................20
Alternative Basket Placement............................................................ 23
Programme Definition....................................................................... 24
Programme Selection and Operating the Machine........................... 26
Programme Selection and Operating the Machine........................ 27
Operating the Machine...................................................................... 27
Programme Selection of programme................................................ 27
Programme Follow-up..........................................................................28
Program Change..................................................................................29
Cancelling programme........................................................................29
Filters...................................................................................................... 31
Spray Arms........................................................................................... 32
Hose Filter............................................................................................ 32
Troubleshooting.................................................................................... 33
Things To Be Done In Case Of Simple Failures............................... 37
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JJSafety Information
• Connect the appliance to AC
current and grounded socket. Manufacturer shall not be
responsible for damages that
may result from usage without
grounding.
Safety Information
To Be Followed While
Using the Appliance
• Please keep this operation
manual with your appliance at
all times. Give this manual with
your appliance when you lend
it to someone.
• Make sure grounding line in
electricity socket of your appliance and electricity leakage
protection circuit are in good
condition to prevent a potential
electric shock.
• Read the operation manual
carefully and follow instructions.
• This appliance is designed to
be used in workplaces (commercial type).
• Check the electricity cable
for damages regularly. Do not
force the power cable of the
appliance by pulling. Do not
put any items onto the power
cable.
• Use your appliance according
to declared purpose of use.
Follow instructions stated in this
operation manual.
• Make sure that electricity supply
cable is not crushed under the
appliance.
• WARNING: Failure to use the
appliance according to its purpose of use may cause damage
and dangerous conditions and
void appliance warranty. User
shall pay for damages resulting
under these circumstances.
• If power cable is damaged, it
must be replaced by an authorized service recommended
by the manufacturer to prevent
any dangers. Please contact an
authorized service or customer
contact centre.
• If your supply cable is not
compliant with the socket,
supply cable must be replaced
by the authorized service to
prevent any danger.
• Do not use your appliance in
the following situations:
-If the appliance, plug or power
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cable is damaged,
• Using accessories and replacement parts not recommended by the manufacturer may
cause appliance damage and
injuries
-If the appliance is dropped, it has
signs of visible damage or it does
not work properly,
-If the appliance and electrical
parts are visibly damaged,
• This appliance can be used
by children at the age of 8 or
above and people with limited
physical, hearing or mental
abilities or experience and
knowledge only when they are
supervised or when relevant
instructions are provided and
the dangers are understood.
-If the appliance is wet, dropped
in water or other liquids, subjected
to flood and if its electrical parts
contact water,
-If a strange noise, smoke or odour
is observed.
If one of the above conditions is
detected, turn off your device,
disconnect the power immediately
and contact an authorized service.
A damaged appliance or its parts
can cause severe injuries or fire.
• Children should not be allowed to play with the appliance.
Do not allow children to run
the dishwasher.
• Cleaning and user maintenance should not be performed by
children without supervision.
• If your appliance has any malfunction, do not attempt to
repair the appliance yourself.
Do not dismantle the appliance, it can result in the risk of
electric shock when using if it
is installed in a wrong way. The
appliance has no parts that can
be repaired by the user.
• Keep detergent and rinse aid
away from your children.
• Keep your children away from
an appliance that is open as
there can be cleaning substance residues.
• Make sure old appliances do
not pose any risks for children. It is known that children
were locked in old appliances
• Switch off the fuse or unplug
the appliance before any repairs on the appliance. Turn off
the water tap.
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before. Break the lock of your
old appliances, cut the power
cable and remove the plug
from the cable to prevent such
situations.
• Check if your appliance or its
packaging has damages. Never operate an appliance with
any kind of damages. Consult
a service immediately.
• Do not use your appliance in
outdoor and on wet surfaces to
prevent electricity shock risks.
• Open packaging material as
stated and dispose as described in packaging information
section.
• Hold the plug when unplugging your device and pull out.
Do not pull the cable.
• Unplug the appliance if it will
not be used for a long time.
• The appliance must be supplied by a residual current device
(RCD) with a rated residual
operation current not exceeding 30 mA.
• Make sure you unplug the
appliance and disconnected
electricity in following cases:
- Before installation,
- Before cleaning and maintenance,
• Do not use a multiple outlet
and extension cord.
- Before repairs.
• Do not use plugs that are damaged, torn or worn cables.
Never pull, bend or damage
the cable.
• Do not fill detergent and rinse
aid sections with substances
other than detergents and
rinse aid specifically produced
for dishwashers. Otherwise,
manufacturer will not be responsible for any damages that
may occur on your appliance.
• Do not climb, sit or place loads
on the appliance door when it
is open.
• Do not plug or unplug the
plug with wet hands to avoid
electricity shock.
• Water in washing part is not
drinking water. Do not drink.
WARNING:Packaging is dangerous for children. Store all packing
material away from children.
• Do not place solvent chemicals in the washing section of
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your appliance as there is a risk
for explosion.
• Place dishes such as bowls,
glasses and pots in the dishwasher with their openings
facing down.
• Before washing plastic objects
in your appliance, check if they
are suitable for washing in
dishwashers.
• Do not place different dishes
or dishes more than specified
in your appliance.
• Do not place objects that are
not suitable for washing in
dishwasher in your appliance.
Also, do not exceed the capacities of baskets. Otherwise,
the manufacturer will not be
responsible for scratches and
corrosion on the internal body
of your appliance due to basket movement.
• For safety reasons, unplug the
device when washing programme is over.
• Your dishwasher cannot be
used by people with limited
physical and mental abilities,
children and people with insufficient knowledge and experience on using the appliance
without supervisors that can
ensure their safety.
• When the appliance is running,
do not open its door as hot
water may splash out. Safety
system will stop your appliance
if you open the door.
• Sheet surfaces of the appliance
are sensitive. They need to be
cleaned with special cleaning
substances. Sheet surfaces cleaned with unsuitable cleaners
can be scratched, damaged
or its appearance may be deformed in time. Use cleaning
substances recommended
by our Authorized Service to
prevent this.
• Do not leave the door of your
appliance open. Leaving the
door open may cause accidents.
• Do not install other appliances
emitting heat such as stove on
or near the appliance. Heat
emitted from the stove or similar appliances may damage
the dishwasher.
•If energy saving option is activated, the door will be automatically opened at the end of the
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programme. In order not to damage automatic door opening
mechanism, do not attempt to
close the door for a couple of
minutes. The door must be open
for 30 min. for an effective drying.
(only in products with automatic
door opening mechanism.)
spot for the installation.
• Make sure appliance installation and electricity-water connections are performed in line
with instructions.
• Consult an expert electrici-an to
make sure that the fuse system
in your house is in compliance
with regulations.
WARNING: Do not stand in
front of the door after hearing
automatic door opening signal.
• The appliance must only be
connected and operated in accordance with details on type
plate. Check if the voltage value of your electricity network
is compliant with the value
sta-ted on rated value plate of
the appliance before using the
appliance.
Safety Information to be
Followed During Installation
• Installation and repair procedures must always be performed by an Authorized Service. Manufacturer will not be
res-ponsible for damages that
can result due to procedures
per-formed by unauthorized pe
ople. Power plug must be easily accessible after installation.
• Manufacturer will not be responsible for any damages that
may result due to unsuitable
connections, failure to provi de
grounding.
• Never use extension cables
or multiple sockets for the
con-nection of your appliance
to electricity network. These
con-nections may result in
overhe-ating.
• You can call the call centre
be-fore starting to use your
appli-ance to reach the closest
aut-horized service and request as-sistance for installation,
opera-tion and usage of your
device.
• Connection between building
grounding line and grounding
• Select a suitable, safe and level
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screw supplied with the appliance must be performed by
a qualified electrician using a
10 mm grounding cable to be
purchased by the customer.
• The location of the screw where grounding cable need to be
connected is shown with a yellow grounding label behind the
appliance.
Water Inlet Hose
• Do not use the water inlet hose
of your previous appliance (if
any). Use the new water in-let
hose instead supplied with your
appliance.
• Fuse current value in your house must be 10-16 Amps.
• Water Connections
• Make sure that plumbing in
your house is compliant with
the dishwasher. We recommend you to install a filter to
the entrance of your house or
building to prevent dama-ge
to appliance by contami-nation (sand, clay, rust, etc.) that
may come from city ma ins or
plumbing at times and avoid
complaints such as yel-lowing,
sediment, etc. as a re-sult of
washing.
• Run some water inside the hose
if your are going to use a new
hose or a hose not used for a
long time.
• Connect the water inlet hose
directly to water inlet tap.
• Pressure from the tap must be
at least 0.03 MPa (0.3 bar), and
maximum 1 MPa (10 bar). If water pressure is above 1 MPa (10
bar), use a pressure reduc-tion
valve in between.
• Your appliance is set to 220 –
240 Volts. If mains voltage in
your area is 110 Volts, have a
110/220 Volts and 3000 Watts
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transformer on the line. The
appliance must not be plugged during installation.
changed after con-nections are
made.
• Do not hold the door or control panel to move the appliance.
• Always use the covered plug
supplied with the appliance.
• Washing efficiency of your
appliance will decrease in low
voltage.
• Make sure there are suffici-ent
gaps around the applian-ce
to easily move the applian-ce
forward-backward during cleaning.
• While determining the location to install your appliance,
make sure it is a location whe-re
you can load and unload your
dishes after washing ea-sily.
make sure that the power cable
does not get stuck un-der the
appliance.
• Make sure water inlet-outlet
hoses do not get crushed when
placing the appliance. Also,
make sure that the power cable does not get stuck under the
appliance.
• Do not install your appliance
in spaces where temperature
might get below 0°C.
• Adjust the feet for the appliance to be level and stable. Door
can be opened and closed with
not problems when the appliance is installed correctly.
• Run your appliance empty for
the first time after installing it in
a suitable place.
• If the appliance door cannot
be closed correctly, check if the
surface the appliance is on is flat
and make sure the app-liance is
level by adjusting.
• This appliance cannot be used
outdoors and left in the rain.
• R
emove appliance from its
packaging before installation
following instructions on the
packaging.
• Open the tap completely to
check water tightness after
making all connections.
• P
lace the appliance close to tap
and waste water pipe. Consider
that the location cannot be
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• Turn off the inlet tap after each
washing programme for the
safety of your appliance.
NOTE:Secure hoses are used in
some models. Secure hoses include dangerous voltage. Do not
cut secure hoses. Do not bend or
twist them.
WARNING:Do not use a disc-harge hose
longer than 4m. This might prevent sufficient cleaning for your dishes. Manufacturer
will not accept any responsibility in this case.
Water Discharging Hose
• Water discharging hose can
be directly connected to waste
wa-ter line or waste water hose
of the sink. A specially twisted
elbow (if any) can be used to
attach the hose to the edge of
the sink to di-rectly discharge
into the sink. This connection
must be min. 50 cm and max.
110 cm higher than the floor.
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Safety Information to be Followed During Cleaning or
Maintenance
are not covered by the warranty.
• If you need to carry the product, keep it in upright position
and hold the back side. Tilting
the appliance forward may
cause electronic parts to get
wet and damaged.
• Clean your appliance regularly
as explained in "Cleaning and
Maintenance" chapter. Unplug
the appliance and close the tap
before starting maintenance
and cleaning.
• Before you move the product,
unplug the power plug.
WARNING: Do not wash
the appliance with pressurized
water. Do not use abrasive substances while cleaning.
• Remove the water outlet and
water supply connections.
• Discharge the remaining water
in the product completely.
• Points to be Considered during Carrying and Transportation.
Safety Information to be Followed During Handling and
Transport
Objects Not Suitable For
Washing in Dishwasher
• The appliance must be in
its original packaging during
handling and transport to
prevent damage to its components.
• Cigarette ash, wax residue,
wax, oil, paint, dishes with chemicals and steel and iron alloy
materials.
• Keep the appliance in normal
position during transport.
• Wood or bone handle ivory,
pearl coated, forks, spoons,
knives, glued parts and abrasive, acidic or alkaline chemicals
and contaminated parts.
• Do not drop the appliance
and protect it against impacts
during transport.
• Failures and damages resulting
during handling after delivering the product to customer
• Aluminium and silver materials
(matting and discolouring may
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Limitation of Liability
• Some types of sensitive
glass, porcelain with decorative prints, crystals, non-heatresistant adhesive forks and
knives, lead crystal glasses,
kitchen boards, objects manufactured with synthetic fibre .
All technical information, operating instructions, operation
and maintenance of the device
in this manual contain the latest
information about your appliance. Manufacturer will not accept
any responsibility for any damages and injuries caused by failure
to observe the instructions in this
manual, using the appliance outside the purpose of use, unauthorized repair operations, making
modifications on the appliance
without permission and using
replacement parts not approved
by the manufacturer.
• Objects with absorbing properties such as sponge or
cloth cannot be washed in
dishwasher.
• WARNING: Make sure dinnerware (plates, etc.) that
you will buy in the future are
suitable for washing in the
dishwasher.
• Objects with absorbing properties such as sponge or
cloth cannot be washed in
dishwasher.
Important note for users: You
can access the digital version of
this manual via the address below:
WARNING: Make sure dinnerware (plates, etc.) that you will
buy in the future are suitable for
washing in the dishwasher.
"dishwasher@standardtest.info”.
Please add the model name and
serial number (20 digits) written
on the door of the product in the
subject of the e-mail.
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Technical Specifications
Model
Capacity
Height
Width
BMA-811 I
15 place settings
820 mm - 870 mm
598 mm
Depth
Net Weight
Electricity input
Total Power
Heating Power
Pump Power
Drain Pump Power
Water supply pressure
Current
570 mm
41 kg
220-240 V, 50 Hz
1900 W
1800 W
100 W
30 W
0.03 MPa (0,3 bar)-1 MPa (10 bar)
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Compliance with standards and test data/EU declaration of
conformity
This product has relevant compliant standards granting CE marking
and meets all applicable EU directives.
This product is compliant with the European CE Directives
No 2014/30/EU (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive)
and 2014/35/EU (Low Voltage Directive-LVD).
Complies with WEEE Directive.
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JJGeneral Appearance
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2
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4
5
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1. Upper basket with racks
2. Upper spray arm
3. Lower basket
4. Lower spray arm
5. Filters
6. Rating plate
7. Control panel
8. Detergent and rinseaid dispenser
9. Salt dispenser
10. Upper basket track latch
11. Upper cutlery basket
12. Turbo Drying Unit: This system
provides better drying performance
for your dishes.
13. Ceiling Spray Arm: It provides
better washing for the dishes at upper
basket.
14. Provides illumination inside the
dishwasher helping with loading and
un-loading.
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This image is only for informational purposes about the appliance's parts. Parts may be
different according to the model of the appliance. Images are representative.
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Before First Use
• Check if electricity and supply water pro-
Remove the salt container cap by turning
it counter-clockwise ( Picture1 and 2 ) .
perties are in compliance with values specified in the installation instructions.
• Remove all packaging material in the
appliance.
• Adjust the amount of softener according
to the hardness of the water.
• Add 1 kg of salt and water in the salt container till it overflows.
• Fill the rinse aid container.
Fill the container with 1 kg salt and water
until it overflows in the first use ( picture
3).You can use a salt cone for an easier filling ( picture 4) Replace the cap and close
it tightly by turning.
Preparing The Machine For
Use
Importance of water softening
system
SALT
For a good washing function, your dishwasher needs soft water, i.e. water with less
lime. Otherwise white lime deposits will be
observed on internal components of your
appliance or on your dishes.
This will negatively affect the washing,
drying and rinsing performance of your
appliance. Water is cleaned of ions causing hardness when they pass through the
system and water reaches the softness required for best washing result. Depending
on hardness of inlet water, ions causing
this hardness accumulate in water softener
system quickly. Therefore, softener system
must be cleaned to get the same performance in the next wash. Dishwasher salt is
used for this purpose.
If insufficient salt warning lamp on the
control panel is lit, add salt in the container.
Fill the salt container with water just for the
first use. It is recommended to use powder
softening salt or salt with small granules.
Do not use food salt in your appliance.
Otherwise, softener container may lose
its function with time. When you run your
dishwasher, salt container and internal container are filled with water. Therefore, fill
the softening salt before starting the dishwasher. If you are not going to wash right
away, run a short wash programme when
the appliance is empty to prevent damage
to appliance due to excessive salt remaining from filling (to prevent corrosion).
Filling Salt
Use special softening salt in your machine
produced just for use in dishwashers. Remove the bottom basket to fill softening
salt.
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Test Strip
Washing efficiency of the appliance depends on the softness of washing water. Therefore, your appliance has a system to decrease the hardness of the mains water. Washing
efficiency will increase if the system is set correctly. Find out the hardness of mains water
by using the test strip (if available) to set the system.
Open
test
strip.
Flow
water
from
your
tap for
1 min.
Hold
the test
strip
under
the
water
for 1
sec.
Shake the
strip after
taking it off
the water.
Wait
for 1
min.
Adjust the appliance hardness level
according to test strip result.
Level 1
No Lime
Level 2
Very low
lime content
Level 3
Low
lime content
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6
Medium
lime content
Lime content
High
lime content
Water Softening Adjustment
Water Hardness Level Adjustment Chart
Water hardness indicator
German French British
Water
hardness hardness hardness hardness
dE
dF
dH
degree
1
0-5
0-9
0-6
2
6-11
10-20
7-14
3
12-17
21-30
15-21
4
18-22
31-40
22-28
5
23-31
41-55
29-39
6th
32-50
56-90
40-63
L1 is seen on display.
L2 is seen on display.
L3 is seen on display.
L4 is seen on display.
L5 is seen on display.
L6 is seen on display.
Adjust the water hardness setting of your machine according to the level specified on
the test strip.
NOTE: The hardness level is adjusted to level 3 as a factory setting.Adjust the water
hardness setting of your machine according to the level specified on the test track.
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Detergent Use
Adjust the water hardness setting of
your machine according to the level
specified on the test strip.
Use detergents produced just for dishwashers.
Powder, liquid and tablet detergents are
available in the market produced specially
for your dishwasher.
Detergent must be filled in the container
before running the appliance. Store detergents in a cool and dry place with their
packaging closed away from children. Do
not fill detergent container with detergent
more than required. This can cause scratches on glasses and prevent complete dissolution of the detergent. If your require
more information about the detergent to
be used, consult detergent manufacturers.
NOTE: Hardness level is adjusted to
level 3 as a factory setting.
4 5 6
7 8 9
3
1
2
3
Push the Programme selection button
and hold down. (5)
Filling detergent container
n the meantime, energize the machine by
pushing ON/OFF button. (1)
Push detergent container latch as shown in
the figure. 1
There are marks inside the detergent container to show levels. Use these marks to
measure the right amount of detergent.
Detergent container can take 40 cm3 detergent in total.
Hold down the programme selection
button until “SL” on the screen goes
off. After “SL” goes off, release the
programme button. (5)
The machine will show the last water
softening setting carried out.You can
make water hardness setting by pressing
on “program selection button (+)(5)”
and “Delay button (-)(8)” buttons on the
display
The machine will show the last water
softening setting carried out.
You can make wate r hardness setting by
pressing on “program selection button (+)
(5)” and “Delay button (-)(8)” buttons on
the display.
After making water hardness setting,
memorize the chosen setting by (1)
pushing ON/OFF button.
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Open the detergent container of your
dishwasher to fill detergent. Use powder
detergent for slightly dirty dishes and in
programmes without pre-wash (slightly
dirty glasses 19, dirty glasses 29).
Start your appliance by adding 5 cm3
powder detergent in the container marked
with a on the container shown in the figure.
If your dishes are left for a long time, food
residues dried on them and the dishwasher is overloaded (glass 49 and economic
programmes) add 25 cm3 detergent in the
container marked with b and 5 cm3 detergent in the container marked with a and
start your dishwasher.
sults only for certain uses. If you use this
type detergent, you need to consult with
detergent manufacturers and find out the
appropriate conditions of use.
• These products offer savings in salt and/
or rinse aid consumption when usage conditions and machine setting are correct.
• If you cannot achieve successful washing
by using 2 in 1 or 3 in 1 detergent (your
dishes end up with lime deposits and wet),
consult with detergent manufacturers.
Appliance warranty does not cover complaints caused by the use of these detergents.
Recommended type of use; if you want
to achieve better results by using combined detergents, add salt and rinse aid to
your appliance, set water hardness and rinse aid settings to lowest (1) level.
Solubility of detergents produced as various tablets by different manufacturers
vary depending on temperature and
time. Therefore, it is not recommended
to use these detergents in short programmes. It is more suitable to use powder detergents in these programmes.
Combined detergents
Detergent manufacturers produce combined detergents called 2 in 1, 3 in 1, 5 in
1, etc. 2 in 1 detergents include detergent
+ salt or rinse aid. Check the functions of
the tablet when using 2 in 1 detergents.
Other tablet detergents have extra functions such as detergent+rinse aid+salt, etc.
In general, combined detergents provide
successful result in certain conditions of
use. These detergents contain rinse aids
and/or salt in pre-determined amounts.
Things to consider when using these
products:
• Check what properties the product you
will use have or if it is a combined product.
• Check if the detergent used is suitable
for the hardness of the mains water that
the appliance is connected to.
• Follow instructions on the packaging
when using these products.
• If these detergents are tablets, do not
place them inside the dishwasher or in the
cutlery basket. Place tablets in detergent
section inside detergent container.
• These detergents provide successful re16
WARNING: If you experience a problem
due to the use of such detergents that you
have not experienced before, contact the
detergent manufacturer. You can find contact details on packaging. When you give
up using combined detergents;
• Fill in salt and rinse aid containers.
• Set water hardness to the highest (6) level and run empty washing.
• Adjust water hardness according to the
hardness of the water.
• Make suitable rinse aid setting.
You can tell if your appliance requires addition of rinse aid by checking the rinse
aid indicator on detergent container. Dark
rinse aid indicator b means there is sufficient rinse aid and light indicator a means
it requires addition. Rinse aid level setting
can be set between 1-6 positions. Rinse
aid is set to 3 in factory. You can use a flat
screwdriver to set the rinse aid.
If water marks are observed on dishes
after washing, you need to increase the
level. If a blue mark is observed when
wiped by hands, you need to decrease
the level. (picture 3)
Filling and Adjusting Rinse
Aid
Rinse aid is used to prevent formation of
white water drops, lime marks and stains
in the form of white layer on dishes and
increase drying performance. Contrary to
popular belief, it is used not only for dishes
to be more shiny but also achieve sufficient level of drying. Therefore, make sure
there is rinse aid in rinse aid container and
use rinse aids produced specially for use in
dishwashers.
If rinse aid insufficient warning lamp on
control panel is lit, add rinse aid to the section in detergent container. Remove the
rinse aid section cap by turning it to add
rinse aid. (picture 1)
WARNING: Rinse aid is recommended
to be in level 2 for short programmes.
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WARNING: Use rinse aid that is approved in the appliance. Wipe the overflowing
rinse aid as it will reduce the washing performance by creating excessive foam due
to rinse aid residues.
Fill rinse aid until rinse aid level indicator a
b on rinse aid container gets dark ( picture
2), replace the cap and close it by turning it
until guide marks face each other.
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Placing Dishes into Dishwasher
Unloading Washed Dishes
It is recommended to unload the bottom
basket first in order to prevent water droplets to fall on dishes on the bottom basket
while unloading the dishwasher.
Start unloading the dishwasher when dishes are cool enough so that you can touch
after washing program is over.
Placing dishes correctly will allow you to
get the best of your appliance in terms of
energy consumption, washing and drying
performance. Your appliance has two baskets in which you can place your dishes.
You can place large and deep parts such as
long-handled pots, pot covers, plates, salad plates, cutlery in the lower basket. Top
basket is designed for tea plate, dessert
plate, salad bowls, cups and glasses. Place glasses with long handles on the edge
of the basket and against the rack, not on
other objects. Do not lean long glasses on
each other. They might be damaged by
hitting each other.
It is better to place objects with thin, narrow bodies in the middle of the baskets.
Place spoons among forks and knives to
prevent them from sticking to each other.
Use cutlery grid for the best result. Place
long and sharp dishes such as service fork,
large knife, etc. with their sharp tips facing
down or horizontally on dish baskets to
prevent possible injuries.
WARNING: Place dishes in the appliance
so that they do not prevent rotation of top
and bottom spray arms.
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Top basket height adjustment while
it is full
Top Basket
Rack with height adjustment
These racks are designed to increase the
capacity of top basket. You can place your
cups and glasses on these racks. Thanks
to adjustable feature of the racks, you can
place glasses of different sizes under the
racks.
Height adjustment plastics mounted on
the basket allow racks to be in 2 different
positions.
You can also place long knives, forks and
spoons on these racks horizontally for
them not to block the movement of spray
arms.
The basket height adjustment mechanism
on the top basket of your machine is
designed to let you adjust the height of
your top basket upwards or downwards,
without removing it from your machine
when it is full, and create large spaces at
the top or bottom area of your machine as
needed. Basket of your machine is set to
upper position in factory settings. In order
to raise your basket, hold it from both sides
and pull it upwards. In order to lower it,
hold it from both sides again, and leave it.
In loaded basket adjustment mechanism,
make sure that both sides are in the same
position. (up or down)
1
2
Top basket horizontal wire
Horizontal wire located on top basket allows
you to place your plates and bowls when required. Also you can wash kitchenware such
as pan or pot by closing the horizontal wire
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Lower Basket
Bottle Rack
Bottle rack is designed to let you wash
items with large openings and higher
items easier. You can pull out bottle rack
in the direction of the arrow as shown on
the picture when you do not use it.
Folding Racks
Folding racks consisting of four
parts that are located on the lower
basket of your machine are designed in order to let you place big
items easier such as pots, pans, etc.
If requested, each part can be folded separately, or all of them can
be folded and larger spaces can
be obtained. You can use folding
racks by raising them upwards, or
by folding.
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Multi-functional Rack
System
The upper cutlery basket is designed for
you to place forks, spoons and knives,
long dippers and small items.
Warning: Knives and other sharp objects must be placed horizontally in the
cutlery basket.
Because it can easily be taken out of the
machine, it allows your dishes to be
taken out of the machine along with the
basket after washing.
The Upper Cutlery Basket is composed
of two pieces; if you need to make space
for the dishes in the upper basket, you
can take out the left or right part of the
upper cutlery basket in order to obtain
more space.
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Multi-functional Rack System
Multi-functional rack system is located in
the bottom basket of your machine. You
can easilywash spare glasses or dishes like
long ladles, bread knife with the help of this
accesory.
Please fold the racks by putting them from
a position to b position, in order to put the
racks in the multi-functional rack system
into the closed position. Please make sure
that claws on the rack are fit on the cord c.
You can put the rack into the open position
by following the steps in a reverse manner.
Your racks in the multi-purpose rack system
has two positions: low position d and upper
position e. This way you can attain larger
space at the bottom part of your machine.
Please put your racks into e position from
d position to e , in order to put your racks
to the upper position. Please fix the racks to
their places f on the cord. Please make sure
that the prop does not contact the dishes
you put on the racks.
6)Cutlery Basket
6.a) Modular Basket
The modular basket can separate into two
parts. Hold your basket from both sides
and move the one part forward while
moving the other part to the opposite
direction.
Modular basket handle has adjustable
height, the positions a and b. You can
place one part to upper basket.
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Alternative Basket Placement
Top Basket
Important Note for Test Laboratories
For detailed information about performance tests, you can contact us via the
e-mail below;
Faulty loads
dishwasher@standardtest.info
Please include the model name and serial
number (20 digits) of the appliance to be
tested in your request e-mail. You can find
this information on the plate label attached
on the side of the door. You can ask for an
electronic copy of this manual via the same
e-mail above.
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Programme Definition
Programme No
1
2
3
Program Name
Prewash
**Quickwash
18 min.
Quick 30
Min. 40 C
4 Reference
Eco
Washing Temperature
-
35°C
40°C
Food Residue Type
Fresh light
contamination,
coffee,milk,tea
Fresh light
Fresh light
contamination, contamination,
coffee,milk,tea milk, tea,
cold meat,
vegetables
Fresh light
contamination,
milk, tea, cold
meat, vegetables
Level of Contamination
Low
Low
Low
Medium
Detergent
amount
B: 25 cm3 /
15 cm3
A: 5 cm3
-
**A
B
A+B
Prewash
35°C Wash
40°C Wash
Prewash
End
Hot Rinse
Cold Rinse
50°C Wash
End
Hot Rinse
Hot Rinse
End
Drying
50°C
30
End
171
0,57
0,76
0,94
7,7
10,9
9,0
Programme duration
(min.)
15
18
Electricity consumption
(kW hours)
0,02
Water consumption
(liters)
4,2
If you choose half load option values change into ;
Programme duration
(min.)
15
18
30
152
Electricity consumption
(kW hours)
0,02
0,57
0,76
0,91
Water consumption
(liters)
4,2
7,7
10,9
9,0
Warning: Jetwash 18 mins. quick 30 mins. and Express 50mins. programs do not have
drying step. The values declared above are the values obtained under laboratory
conditions according to relevant standards. These values can change depending on
conditions of product’s use and environment (network tension, water pressure, water
input temperature and environment temperature).
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Programme Definition
Programme No
5
6
7
8
Program Name
Express 50’ min
Auto Delicate
Auto Normal
Auto Intense
Washing Temperature
65°C
30-50°C
50-60°C
60-70°C
Food Residue Type
Old soups,
sauces, pastries,
egg, rice potato
and oven foods,
fried foods
Old soups, sauces, pastries, egg, rice potato and
oven foods, fried foods
Level of Contamination
Medium
High
High
High
Detergent
amount
B: 25 cm3 /
15 cm3
A: 5 cm3
A+B
A+B
A+B
A+B
65°C Wash
Washing step are determined automatically according
to the amount of contamination.
Warm Rinse
Hot Rinse
End
Programme duration
(min.)
50
64-92
100-121
111-179
Electricity consumption
(kW hours)
1,29
0,80-0,99
1,13-1,46
1,30-1,95
10,9-18,5
12,3-24,6
10,7
10,6-17,7
Water consumption
(liters)
If you choose half load option values change into ;
Programme duration
(min.)
46
64-92
82-101
123-159
Electricity consumption
(kW hours)
1,25
0,77-0,96
1,10-1,43
1,10-1,43
Water consumption
(liters)
10,7
9,9-13,7
10,5-14,3
11,9-19,9
**Only powder detergent should be used in cycle of prewash programme.
*** You can wash your dishes through washing performance A by using cycle
of Express 50’ min.
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Selection of programme and Starting of the
Machine
1- On/Off Button
2- Door Handle
3- Start/Standby button
4- Half Load Button
5- Program Button
6- Tablet Detergent Button
7- Extra Drying Button
8- Delay Button
9- Extra Hygiene Button
10- Program Displays
11- Half Load Symbol
12- Tablet Detergent Symbol
13- Salt Level Warning Display
14- Rinse Aid Level Warning Display
15- Program Phases Follow-up Display
a- Washing Phase Symbol
b- Rinse Phase Symbol
c- Drying Phase Symbol
d- Completion Symbol
16- Remaining Time/Delay Time/Program
Time Display
17- Delay Symbol
18- Extra Hygiene Symbol
19- Child Lock Symbol
20- Extra Drying Symbol
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PROGRAMME SELECTION AND OPERATING THE MACHINE
Operating the Machine
Power On/Off Button (1)
When you press the on/off button, the
machine is energized and the display
shows the last used program; in the off
position, the LEDs on the display are off.
lower basket of your machine. In using this
feature, make sure that there are no dishes
in the upper basket.
Program Button (5)
You may select the appropriate washing
program from the display using the
program button.(10)
Door Handle (2)
Please use the door handle to open-close
the door of your machine.
Tablet Detergent Button (6)
Press the Tablet Detergent Button
whenever you will use salt, rinse agent
and combined detergents having extra
properties. If this button is active for the
program you have selected, indicator no.
12 will be illuminated on the display.
Start/Standby Button (3)
When you press the start/standby button,
the program selected with the program
button 5 will start and the display will show
the washing image 15.a. You may follow
the washing phases from the display. 15
Ecowash Button (Half load button (4)
Using the Ecowash function, three sorts of
washing up can be done those being lower
basket, upper basket and both baskets.
Extra Drying Button(7)
Using this button, you may add extra
drying to the program you have selected.
When you select the extra drying function,
indicator no. (20) is illuminated on the
display. Using this function, you may add
more drying steps to the program you
have selected and consequently obtain
drier dishes..
If you have little amount of dishes in your
machine and if you have to wash them, you
can also activate the semi-filling function
for some programs. If you have dishes in
both baskets, press the key ½ and select
the position in which both lamps are
highlighted.
Delay Button(8)
Before the program starts, you may adjust
the delay time by pressing the Delay
button. When you press the delay button,
indicator no. (17) will be illuminated on the
display.
If you have dishes only in the upper basket,
pres the key ½ and select the position in
which the upper image is illuminated.Thus,
washing up shall be done only on the upper
basket of your machine.
Extra Hygiene Button (9)
By pressing this button in order to obtain
extra hygiene and a cleaner washing
process by altering the water temperature
and washing time of the program you have
selected. When you select the extra
If you have dishes only in the lower basket,
press the key ½ and select the position
in which the lower image is illuminated.
Thus, washing up shall be done only on the
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Program Follow-up
You can follow the progress by the help
of the program follow-up symbols on the
display. 15
hygiene function, indicator no. 18 will be
illuminated on the display.
Salt Level Warning Display(13)
In order to understand whether the salt in
your machine is sufficient or not, please
check the salt level warning display. If this
display is illuminated, fill the salt section.
As the washing proceeds, respectively
Washing and Drying symbols will be
illuminated.
Rinse Aid Level Warning Display(14)
In order to understand whether the rinse
agent in your machine is sufficient or not,
please check the rinse agent level warning
display. If this display is illuminated, fill the
rinse agent section.
When the drying symbol is on, the
machine remains silent for about 45-50
minutes.
Remaining Time Display(16)
The Remaining Time Display shows the
time of the programs and the remai-ning
time while the program is in operation. You
may also adjust the delay time by pressing
the delay button before the program starts.
Do not open the door before the
completion lamp is on. When the
program finishes, Completion symbol is
illuminated.
Use of Child Lock
On order to activate the child lock, press
both “tablet” and “half load” buttons
at the same time for 3 seconds. In the
meantime, you will see “CL” for 2 seconds
on the Remaining time display. In order
to deactivate, press both “tablet” and
“half load” buttons at the same time for 3
seconds. “CL” will flash two times.
When the program you have selected
starts, you may see the estimated
remaining time in the time indicator.
Starting the Machine
1. Press Power On/Off switch. 1
2. Select the appropriate program for
your dishes using the Program Button. 5
3. If you prefer, you can select additional
functions. 4 6 7 9
4. Start the programme by pressing the
Start/Standby button. 3
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NOTE: The total time that programs
take might differ in accordance with the
room’s temperature, temperature of
the mains water and the amount of your
dishes; therefore the program may take a
different amount of time than that initially
stated.
The machine will dispose of all the water
in this 1 minute; the time is reset and
completion symbol is illuminated.
Program Change
If you want to change the program while
another one is proceeding;
Press on Start/Standby button. 3
Select the new program using Program
button. 5
The newly selected program continues from
where the previous one was left.
Start the programme by pressing the Start/
Standby button again. 3
Switching off the Machine
• When the Completion symbol is illuminated, switch off your machine by
pressing the On/Off button.
• Later, unplug your machine and turn
offits faucet.
Cancelling programme
If you want to cancel the program while
another one is proceeding;
• Hold the Start/Standby button for 3
seconds. 3
• The display will count down from 3 to
1 and when the countdown is over, the
remaining time will be displayed as 1
minute.
•
•
NOTE 1: A few minutes after the program
finishes and the Completion lamp is illuminated, you may open the door slightly and
leave it ajar in order for the drying process
to be faster.
NOTE 2: If the machine door is opened
or a power failure occurs during washing,
the machine will proceed from where it
stopped after the door is closed or power
is restored.
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Inner Light option:
4 5 6
7 8 9
3
1
2
3
Machine mustbe ON position during activation and deactivation of inner light modes.
Note: open or close position of the dooris not important
• How to change from “ECO MODE” to “NORMAL MODE” for Inner Light option:
• First energize the machine via main switch (if it is in OFF position).
• Press Option(4) and Delay (5)buttonssimultaneously for 3 secondsto enter the “Settings Menu”.
• Select “5.Eco mode” sub menu by using “up” and “down” buttons and press confirmation button to enter in this sub menu.
• In “5. Eco mode” sub menu, select “Eco mode: NO” condition and press confirmation
button to confirm the selection. Now “Normal Mode” is selected for inner light option.
• After “Normal Mode” is selected, the inner light will be ON as long as the machine is
energized and machine door is open.
• How to change from “NORMAL MODE” to “ECO MODE” for Inner Light option:
How to change from “NORMAL MODE” to “ECO MODE” for Inner Light
option:
• First energize the machine via main switch (if it is in OFF position).
• Press Option (4)and Delay (5)buttonssimultaneously for 3 secondsto enter the “Settings Menu”.
• Select “5.Eco mode” sub menu by using “up” and “down” buttons and press confirmation button to enter in this sub menu.
• In “5. Eco mode” sub menu, select “Eco mode: YES” condition and press confirmation
button to confirm the selection. Now “ECO Mode” is selected for inner light option.
• After “Eco Mode” is selected, the inner light will be ON for 4min after machine door
is openedand then turns OFF.
If any user intervention occurs such as pressing buttons, Eco Mode cycle starts from beginning (inner light is ON for 4min and then becomes OFF again).
Note: Factory setting for inner light are set to ‘’ECO MODE : YES’’.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
a. Micro Filter
b. Coarse Filter
c. Metal/Plastic Filter
When the appliance is regularly cleaned,
its service life will increase and the possibility of frequently experienced problems
will be minimized.
Turn the filter assembly counter-clockwise
to remove and clean. (picture 1 ) Pull and
remove metal/plastic filter. (picture 3)
Then, pull and remove coarse filter from
the inside of micro filter. (picture 2) Wash
these three filters under the tap thoroughly. Replace metal/plastic filter. Place
the coarse filter inside the micro filter by
aligning the marks. Insert the micro filter
inside metal/plastic filter, turn it in the
direction of the arrow. Micro filter will be
locked when the arrow on it is seen when
looked straight. (picture 4)
Oil and lime may accumulate in the washing area of the appliance. In case of such
accumulation,
— Fill the detergent section before
placing dishes in the appliance and run
the appliance by selecting a high temperature programme. Use special cleaning
products available in the market if it is not
sufficient. (Special cleaning products produced for these appliances by detergent
manufacturers.)
Cleaning door seals of the appliance
— Wipe the door seals using a damp cloth
to clean deposits accumulated on door
seals.
a
b
2
1
Cleaning the Appliance
Clean filters and spray arms at least once
a week. Unplug your device and close the
tap before cleaning your appliance.
Do not use abrasive materials (powder
detergent, hard sponges) while cleaning
your appliance. Wipe using a soft cleaning
product and a damp cloth. Use a damp
cloth to wipe the control panel.
4
3
c
Filters
Check if there are food residues on thick
and thin filters. If there are food residues,
remove filters and wash them under the
tap thoroughly.
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Hose Filter
Never use the dishwasher without filters.
• Failure to install filters correctly will reduce the effectiveness of washing.
• Filter cleaning is very important in terms
of proper functioning of the appliance.
The filter on water inlet hose will prevent
contamination (sand, clay, etc.) that may
come from city network or your plumbing.
Check the filter and the hose regularly
and clean if required. Close the tap first
and remove the hose to clean the filter.
Remove the filter from the hose and clean
it under running water. Replace the clean
filter in its place in the hose. Replace the
hose.
Spray Arms
Check if top and bottom spray arm holes
are clogged. If there is clogging
remove spray arms and clean them under
running water.
Remove the lower spray arm by pulling
it up and the upper spray arm by turning
the arm nut left.
When installing the top spray arm, make
sure the nut is securely tightened.
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Troubleshooting
When you notice an abnormal situation in your appliance, you may attempt to troubleshoot according to the following descriptions. If your appliance does not still operate
properly, contact to Vestel Call Center. You may access the authorized services list from
the web site.
PROBLEM
Programme does not
start.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Power outage.
Wait for the power to
come.
On/off switch is not on.
Switch on your
dishwasher.
Fuse is burnt.
Replace the fuse.
It is not plugged in.
Plug in the appliance.
Appliance door is open.
Close the appliance door.
Water inlet tap is closed.
Open the water inlet tap.
Water inlet and appliance Clean water inlet and
filters are clogged.
appliance filters.
There is still water in
the appliance after
programme ends.
Water discharging hose
may be clogged or bent.
Filters are clogged.
Program has not ended.
Detergent residues in
detergent container.
Clean objects causing the
clogging and restart the
appliance.
Wait for the end of the
program.
Detergent may be placed Dry the detergent
when the container is still container by wiping with
wet.
a dry cloth.
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PROBLEM
Vibration and impact
sounds during washing.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Dishes are not placed
correctly.
Place dishes correctly.
Spray arm hits dishes.
Spray arms may not be
installed.
Install spray arms.
Sprayed water does not
reach these areas.
Place dishes properly for
them not to block each
Dishes are leaning against other.
each other.
Dishwasher basket is
Place dishes properly,
overloaded.
remove excessive dishes.
There are food residues
on dishes.
Filters are clogged.
Open the filters by
cleaning.
Filters are not installed
properly.
Install filters properly.
Water discharge pump
may be clogged.
Consult a service agent.
Too little detergent.
Put the amount of
detergent specified in the
manual.
Unsuitable detergent is
used.
Use a different detergent
brand.
Spray arm is clogged with
Clean the spray arm.
food residues.
Select the programme
An unsuitable, insufficient suitable for your dishes
wash program is selected. referring to programme
chapter in the manual.
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PROBLEM
Appliance stops during
washing.
CAUSE
Power cut.
SOLUTION
Wait for the power to come.
Program may be in
standby mode.
Start the program by
cancelling the standby
mode.
Problem in water inlet.
Check if water hose is
clogged, clean the clogging.
Too little detergent.
Use required amount of
detergent.
Rinse aid setting is too
low.
Increase rinse aid setting.
Dishes have whitish spots. Special salt is not used
although water hardness
is high.
Fill the appliance with salt
produced specially for your
dishwasher.
Salt section cover is not
closed.
Close the salt section
cover. Make sure it is closed
properly.
Dishes do not dry.
Check the programme
A programme with no
chapter in the manual and
drying process is selected. select a programme with
drying process.
Rinse aid dose is too low.
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Increase rinse aid setting.
PROBLEM
Dishes have rust marks.
CAUSE
Mains grounding is not
proper.
SOLUTION
Have an electrician check
your mains grounding.
Dishes have low stainless
steel quality.
Make sure kitchenware
used in the dishwasher have
sufficient stainless steel
quality.
Washing water salt level
is high.
Lower value of salt setting.
Salt section cover is not
closed.
Close the salt section cover.
Make sure it is tightly closed.
Salt might be overflown
inside the appliance
during filling.
Make sure salt does not
overflow during filling. Clean
the excessive salt by wiping
with a cloth.
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Things To Be Done In Case Of Simple Failures
Your appliance will report the cause of the error as an error code if it is in failure
mode. Error codes will be displayed on the screen of your appliance. Following
chart shows these error codes, their definitions and points to be checked.
ERROR
ERROR DEFINITION
CONTROL
CODE
F5
Water inlet is inadequate
F3
Continuous water intake
failure
F2
F8
ake sure that the water inlet tap is completely turned on and
M
the water is not cut off.
Turn off the water inlet tap and clean the filter on the connecting terminal of the hose by removing the water inlet hose from
the tap.
Switch on your machine again and if the failure persists, consult
a service agent.
Close the tap
Consult a service agent.
he water discharging hose may be clogged.
T
The filters of your machine may be clogged.
The machine can no longer
Switch your machine off and on and enable the programme
discharge the water.
cancellation command
If the failure persists, consult a service agent.
Consult a service agent.
Heater failure
F1
The anti-overflowing alert
is active
urn off the appliance and close the tap.
T
Consult a service agent.
Overheating failure (the
temperature inside the
machine is too high)
Consult a service agent.
F7
F9
Divisor position error
Consult a service agent.
F6
Temperature sensor is
faulty
Consult a service agent.
FE
Electronic card parameter
identification failure
As a result of very sudden and sustained voltage dips, the electronic card cannot keep the software variables in the memory.
The programme will resume after being re-operated. The mains
voltage must be checked.
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Product Information Slip
Manufacturer's name or trademark
Product Model
VESTEL
BMA-811 I
Capacity
Energy efficiency class
Annual energy consumption (AEC) (kWh/year) *
Standard cleaning cycle energy consumption (Et)
Off mode power consumption (W)
On mode power consumption (W)
Annual water consumption (AWC) (l/year) **
Drying efficiency class ***
Standard program name ****
Standard program duration (min)
Noise Level LwA
Freestanding/Built-in
15
A++
267
0,94
0,50
1.00
2520
A
Economical
171
45 dB (A)
Built-in
* Calculated based on 280 standard cleaning cycles in cold water and energy consumption
in low power modes is 267 kWh/year. Actual energy consumption may vary according to
the use of the appliance.
** Annual water consumption calculated based on 280 standard cleaning cycles is 2520
litres. Actual water consumption may vary depending on the use of the appliance.
*** Drying efficiency class is within the range from A, G (lowest efficiency) to A
(most efficient).
**** Economical programme is suitable to clean averagely dirty kitchenware and it is the
most efficient programme with combined energy and water consumption.
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Disposal of the Appliance in an
Environmental Friendly Manner
This symbol on the appliance or
on the packaging of the appliance
indicates that the appliance shall
be handled ashousehold waste.
Instead of this, it shall be delivered to the
applicable waste collection point where
electrical and electronic equipment
are recycled. By ensuring that this unit
is disposed properly, you may help in
reducing the potential adverse effects on
the environment and human health due to
incorrect waste handling of the product.
1.To terminate the contract by stating that
he is ready to return the sold good,
2.To request a discount on the sale price
proportional to the defect and keep the
defective good, against the Seller;
3.To request the sold good to be repaired
at the seller’s expense by bringing all repair
costs to the seller if such costs are not
excessive,
4.If possible, to request the purchased
good to be exchanged for a non-defective
good, against the Seller, manufacturer or
importer.
Consumer may exercise either of its rights
to terminate the contract or discount from
the price in proportion to the defect if free
repair or replacement of the good with a
non-defective fungible will bring about
disproportional challenges.
Consumer may apply to Consumer
Courts and Arbitration Committees for
their complaints and concerns.
Recycling of materials would contribute
to protection of natural resources. Please
contact your local municipality, household
waste disposal service or the shop you
have purchased this product for more
information on the recycling of this
product.
Packaging information
Packaging material of product is totally
recyclable. Do not discard packaging
material with household waste or others,
discard it to packaging material collecting
point determined by local government.
Optional Rights of Customer
Consumer may exercise any of his/her
optional rights below within two years
of expiry period starting with the date of
delivery of the good to the consumer if
the good is found to be defective as per
the provisions of Law on the Protection of
Consumers no. 6502, even if the defect is
found later;
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