THE PERFECT BALANCE OF FUNCTION AND STYLE LAUNDRY - DISHWASHING - COOKING - COOLING Installation and Operating Instructions Fully Integrated Dishwasher MDI800 Please read these instructions carefully before attempting to install or use this appliance. We recommend that you keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference. Welcome Thank you for choosing this Montpellier Integrated Dishwasher. Our Integrated Dishwasher has been designed to provide you with the best combination of style, reliability and performance to give you years of trouble-free use. You may be familiar with a similar product, but please take time to read these instructions carefully before installing or using your Integrated Dishwasher to ensure you get the most from your purchase. We recommend that you keep this manual in a safe place for future reference. Your Integrated Dishwasher is covered by a comprehensive two year Parts & Labour Guarantee. In the unlikely event that you experience a problem with your Integrated Dishwasher, you can rest assured that you are fully protected against the cost of repairs for the first 24 months . Please note that any claim must be accompanied by the model reference number, serial number and proof of purchase. YEAR GUARANTEE PARTS & LABOUR ACROSS ALL OUR MODELS www.montpellier-appliances.com To activate your guarantee, you will need your product serial number. This can be found on the rear of the machine. There are two ways to register your Guarantee: Visit the Support page on our website and complete the online Product • Online: Registration form. www.montpellier-appliances.com y Post: Simply detach and fill in the form provided, attach a stamp and send • B it in the post. Don’t forget to include your e-mail address so that we can send confirmation through to you. Note: W e are unable to take registrations over the phone. 11 10 1 2 9 3 4 5 6 8 7 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 rinse-aid dispenser 9. Salt dispenser 10. Upper basket track latch 11. Upper Cutlery Basket 12. Ceiling Spray Arm: It provides a better wash for the dishes in the upper basket. 13. Turbo Drying Unit: This system provides a better drying performance for the dishes. CONTENTS: Section 1. Installation Section 2. Safety Advice Section 3. Operating the Appliance Section 4. Maintenance 5 Section 1. Installation . Position the appliance in a dry, well ventilated room with a solid level floor. The room temperature must not fall below +5° or rise above +35°. . This appliance is fitted with adjustable feet so that you can ensure it is sitting level. Adjust the feet by turning left or right until the appliance is level. . The adjustable feet must never be removed. . Plug the 3pin moulded plug into a nearby 13amp plug socket. Always make sure that you can easily gain access to switch the power on or off at the plug socket. . N.B - This appliance must be earthed! . If you have installed this appliance underneath a work surface the plug . . . . . . . socket should have a fused switch located above the work surface so that you can easily switch the appliance on or off. You are advised to turn the power off at the plug socket when you have finished using your appliance. Before using the appliance for the first time, you must set the water softener, add salt, add rinse aid and add detergent. Your plumber will connect the water hose (supplied) to the water inlet connection at the rear of the appliance and to an adjacent cold water supply. It is your responsibility to ensure that the supplied washers have been used and that both connections are water tight. Ensure water pressure is within the range specified on the Rating Label. Your plumber will connect the water drain pipe to an adjacent sink (see Pic.1 below) Ensure that the water hose and water drain pipe are not kinked when the appliance is pushed into place. If either of these pipes is kinked the appliance will not operate correctly. Ensure that the appliance is not standing on the power cable or hoses. Do not use the water inlet hose of your old machine. Use the new water inlet hose and connect the hose directly to the water inlet tap. The pressure supplied by the tap should be a minimum of 0.03 Mpa and at a maximum of 1 Mpa. If the water pressure is above 1 Mpa, a pressure relief valve should be fitted. After the connections are made, the tap should be turned on fully and checked that it is water tight. You should always turn off the water inlet tap after a wash programme is finished. Note: An Aquastop water hose is used in some models. In such circumstances, heavy tension will exist. Do not cut the Aquastop water hose and do not let it get folded or twisted. 6 Water Outlet Hose The water drain hose can be connected either directly to the water drain hole or to the sink outlet spigot using a special bent pipe (if available). The hose connection should be at a minimum of 50cm and at a maximum of 110 cm from the floor. Please note that a drain hose longer than 4m must not be used as it may prevent the appliance from washing correctly. 7 Section 2. Safety Advice . This appliance is manufactured and intended for DOMESTIC use only. Any . . . . . . . guarantee offered with the appliance is not valid for any installation in a commercial environment. This appliance MUST BE EARTHED! Never try and disconnect the power by pulling the supply cable – hold the plug firmly and pull it out of the socket. Never touch the plug or power cable with wet hands. Check the power cable periodically for signs of damage and ensure that it is not trapped underneath the appliance. If the cable is damaged, turn off the power at the socket and arrange for a qualified electrician to replace the cable. Never remove the power cable, open the appliance cabinet or try to modify the appliance in any way. All service work must be carried out by a qualified electrician. The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. Ensure that the appliance is sited well away from other heat sources, i.e. open fires, boilers etc... and in a dry, well ventilated room. The temperature must not fall below +5° or rise above +35°. . Do not sit on the appliance or stand on the open door – the appliance could tip forwards. . Keep children away from detergent and rinse aid, keep children away from the open door of the dishwasher, there could still be some detergent left inside. . This appliance is not a toy – ensure that children are supervised at all times whilst in the vicinity of this appliance. . Take care when loading the baskets with knives and cutlery. Always ensure that sharp points are pointing away from you or down into the basket. . Only wash crockery and utensils that are clearly marked ‘dishwasher safe’. . Do not wash plastic items unless they are clearly marked ‘dishwasher safe’. . Only use dishwasher detergents and rinse aid clearly marked for use with automatic dishwashers. . Never use non dishwasher detergent in this appliance, i.e. hand soap, washing machine detergent, washing up liquid etc. . Always add dishwasher salt to your dishwasher, even when using 3-in-1 tablets. This will help protect your appliance against limescale. . If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard. 8 Section 3. Operating the Appliance 3.1. Before Operating the Appliance 3.1.1. Adding Salt · The sole use of 3-in-1 tablets is not recommended as failure to add · · · · · salt to the salt container will leave your dishwasher exposed to limescale damage which is not covered by the manufacturers guarantee. Protect your appliance by adding salt as follows: Remove the lower basket and then unscrew the salt container cap (1). Add water and approximately 1kg of specialist dishwasher salt to the container until almost overflowing. N.B. It is normal for a small amount of water to come out of the container whilst filling it with salt. Note: Fill the salt compartment with water at first use only. Now replace the screw cap correctly and ensure that it is tight. If not, salt may leak into the dishwasher chamber which can be detrimental to the stainless steel interior. This is not covered by the manufacturers guarantee. After adding salt you should run a programme immediately to activate the water softener and flush away any salt spilled into the machine. If salt is low the indicator light will show on the control panel. 3.1.2. Adding Rinse Aid 9 . . . . Remove the Rinse Aid Filler Cap (1). Add Rinse Aid until the rinse aid level indicator becomes dark (2). Replace the Filler Cap (3). If the rinse aid level is sufficient the indicator light will be dark on the control panel (2B). If more rinse aid is required the indicator will be light (2A). 3.1.3. Adding Detergent Use specialist dishwasher detergent powder or dishwasher tablets in this appliance. However, please note that tablets do not always dissolve fully during shorter wash programmes, so you are advised to operate your appliance on a longer wash programme if using tablets. In addition, the use of tablets may result in spots appearing on dishes and glasses. Push the latch to open the detergent container as shown in image 1. The detergent pod has level lines inside to help measure the amount of detergent you use. The pod can take a total of 40cm³ of detergent. If your dishes are heavily soiled pour 25cm³ of detergent into the larger compartment (b), if they are less soiled use only 15cm³. If the programme selected has a pre-wash cycle you can add 5cm³ of detergent to the pre-wash compartment (a). If using combined detergents, make sure to check the specifications on the product to ensure that it is appropriate for the wash programme, your machine, and the level of hardness of the mains water. 10 3.1.4. Combined Detergent – Recommended Usage If you are using a combined detergent, add a rinse aid agent to your machine and switch the rinse agent setting to its lowest position (1) and activate the tablet detergent button in order to obtain better results. Depending on the water hardness you may need to fill the salt container with salt. We do not recommended using 3 in 1 tablets on fast or rapid programmes as the tablet may not fully dissolve. For these programs we suggest using normal dishwasher powder. 3.1.5. Adjusting the Water Softener 2 1 3 After resetting your machine, press the program selection button and keep it pressed down.3 Meanwhile, energise the machine by pressing the Power On/Off button. 1 Keep the program selection button pressed until “SL” disappears from the display. 3 Release the program selection button after “SL” disappears from the display. 3 Your machine displays the latest entered water hardness setting. Water hardness can be adjusted by the programme selection button . 3 according to Table of Water Hardness Level Settings. After adjusting the water hardness level , press on/off button to save settings in memory.1 Water hardness level British hardness dE Hardness Level Indicator 1 0-6 L1 is seen on display. 2 7-14 L2 is seen on display. 3 15-21 L3 is seen on display. 4 22-28 L4 is seen on display. 5 29-39 L5 is seen on display. 6 40-63 L6 is seen on display. 11 8 1 2 7 3 4 5 6 After resting the machine, with the door open, While touching the program button 2 turn on the machine with the power button. 1 Continue to touch the program button until “SL” appears on the display. 3 Release the program touch button when “SL” disappears from the display. 3 The current water hardness setting will appear on the display. 3 Press the program touch button 2 to select the desired level according to Table of Water Hardness Level Settings. At any pressure on the program touch button 2 will increment the hardness level. The level changes from Level 6 to Level 1 when the program button 2 is pressed. To save the setting to memory, power off the machine. 1 NOTE: The first time the hardness level is set, the default setting is level 3. Detergent usage Use a detergent specifically designed for use in domestic dishwashers. You can find powder, gel and tablet detergents that have been designed for household dishwashers. Detergent should be put into the compartment prior to starting the machine. Keep your detergents in cool, dry places out of reach of your children. Do not fill detergent into the detergent compartment more than required; otherwise it may cause scratches on your glasses as well as lead to a poorly dissolved detergent. Should you need more information concerning the detergent you will use, contact detergent manufacturers directly. Upper Cutlery Basket The upper cutlery basket is designed for you to place forks, spoons and knives, long dippers and small items. 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. Warning: Knives and other sharp objects must be placed horizontally in the cutlery baske Alternative basket loads Lower Basket Top basket Faulty loads Important Note for Test Laboratories For detailed information on performance tests, please contact following address: “firstname.lastname@example.org” . In your email, please provide the model name and serial number (20 digits) which you can find on the appliance door. Program items Programme No Programme names and temperatures Mini 18' - (P1) Quick 30’ 40°C( P2 ) Eco (reference ) 50°C ( P3) Type of food waste Pre-wash to rinse and loosen residue awating full load then select a programme Coffee, milk, tea, cold meats, vegetables, not kept for long Coffee, milk, tea, cold meats, vegetables , not kept for long Level of soil light medium Detergent amount B: 25 cm3 /15 cm3 A: 5 cm3 A+B A+B 30°C Wash 40°C Wash Prewash Hot rinse Cold Rinse 50°C Wash End Hot rinse Hot rinse End Dry End Programme duration (min.) 18 30 171 Electricity consumption (kW hours) 0,57 0,88 0,94 Water consumption (liters) 7,7 10,9 9 Warning: Short programs do not include a 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). Program items Programme No Programme names and temperatures Super 50’ 65°C ( P5) Hygiene 60°C (P6) Autu Delicate 30-50°C Auto Normal 50-60°C Auto intensive 60-70°C Type of food waste Soups, sauces, pasta, eggs, pilaf, potato and oven dishes, fried foods Dishes with dense dirt waiting for a long time or requiring hygienic washing Old soups,sauces pastries egg,rice patato and owen foods, fried foods Level of soil medium heavy High High High Detergent amount B: 25 cm3 /15 cm3 A: 5 cm3 A+B A+B A+B A+B A+B 65°C Wash 60°C Wash Warmish Rinse 65°C Wash Hot rinse Cold Rinse End 50°C Wash Washing step are determined automatically according to the amount of contamination. Hot rinse Dry End Programme duration (min.) 50 154 64-91 100-132 111-179 Electricity consumption (kW hours) 1,29 1,75 0,80-0,90 1,13-1,46 1,30-1,95 Water consumption (liters) 10,7 18,5 10,6-17,7 10,9-18,6 12,3-24,6 SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE AND SELECTING A PROGRAMME 8 1 2 7 3 4 5 6 1.) Power On/Off Touch Button After the Power On/Off touch is pressed, two dashes appear in the program display, until touching any button. Touch the ‘’On/Off touch button’’ with your fingertip for 1 sec to turn the machine on or off. 2.) Program Touch Button Use the Program touch button to select a suitable program for your dishes. 3.) Program Display The program display indicates the length of the programs and the remaining time during the program flow. You can also follow-up the selected programs by this display. 4.) Delayed Start Touch Button You can delay the start time of a selected program from 1 to 19 hours by pressing the Delayed start touch button of the machine. When the Delayed start touch button is pressed, “1h” appears on the program display. If you continue pressing the delay timer touch button, the time will increment from 1 to 19 shown on the display. The delayed start can be activated by selecting the delay time and the desired washing program with the Program touch button. It is also possible to select the program first and the delayed start afterwards, depending on the last value entered. To cancel Delayed start, either select the delay timer as ‘’0h’’, or hold the program touch button for 3 seconds. The display will inform you how many seconds you need to hold the button by “3-2-1.” to cancel the delay Note: If the delay touch button is pressed and held, the delay timer starts changing faster (the rate of change is proportional to the hold pressing time). When the Delayed start touch button is pressed for a long period of time, the counter stops at “h:00”. 5.) Extra Rinse Once you press the Start/Pause button, the programme you selected with the programme selector button will start running and the status indicator lamp “wash” will light up. In the stop condition while wash led is On, the Start/Pause led will blink. 6) ½ Half Load Touch Button Using the function ½, three sorts of washing up can be done those being lower basket, upper basket and both baskets. If you have a small quantity of dishes in the machine and if you have to wash them, you can activate the semi-filling 17 dishes in both baskets, press the ½ key and select function available for some of the programs. If you have both lamps are lit. If you only have dishes in the upper basket, press the ½ key and select the upper lamp illuminated. As this will only wash items in the upper basket, make sure that there are no items in the lower basket. If you only have dishes in the lower basket, press the ½ key and select the lower lamp illuminated. As this will only wash items in the lower basket, make sure that there are no items in the upper basket. Note : If you have used an extra feature on the latest washing program, this feature will remain active on the next washing program until the machine is switched off and on again. If you do not want to use this feature on the newly selected washing program, press the selected feature button again, and check that the lamp on the button goes off. Note: When a program that is incompatible with the Extra silent & fast option is selected, when the button is pressed a buzzer sound is heard which indicates that the selected option is not available. 7.) Tablet Detergent Touch Button ( 3 in 1 button ) Press the Tablet detergent touch button when you use combined detergents that include salt and rinse aid. 8.) Salt Warning Indicator To determine whether there is sufficient softening salt in the machine, check to see if the Salt warning light on the display is lit. When Salt warning light starts coming on, add salt to the salt compartment. Rinse aid Warning Indicator To determine if there is sufficient rinse aid in the machine check the rinse aid warning light on the display. When the rinse aid warning light starts coming on, add rinse aid to the rinse aid compartment. End of Program The machine makes a buzzer sound 5 times when the program is completed. When the door is opened after the selected washing program is completed, the buzzer activation will end and a ‘0’ character is showed on display. Note: Each time the machine is switched on, the Eco program and Energy save option are set to as default and previously chosen options are cancelled. When selecting programs other than Eco, the Energy save icon will go out. Operating your machine 8 1 2 3 4 5 7 6 Switching on the machine 1- Touch the power On/Off key. When the machine is powered on, when the On/Off touch button (1) is pressed, two dashes appear in the program display. 2- When selecting a program with the program touch button (2), the program selected ( P1,P2,etc ) appears on the program display, from (P1 to P8) and the duration of the program are displayed alternately for 3 sec. for the program and then 1 sec. for the duration time. 3- “If desired, you can choose additional functions. (4-7) 4- Close door. The program starts automatically. Note: If you decide not to start to machine after selecting the program, press the on/off touch button (1). The machine will be ready for the new program selection when you press on/off touch button (1) again. Select the new program by pressing the program touch button (2). Program follow-up - If you have an "ActiveLED" function in your dishwasher model, you can follow the program via "ActiveLED" During machine is working you can see the light from "ActiveLED", when program is completed "ActiveLED" turns off. - When the door is opened after the selected washing program is completed, the buzzer activation will end and a ‘0’ character is showed on display (3). - If the door is opened during washing cycle, the remaining time of the selected program is shown on the display (3). - The machine makes a buzzer sound 5 times when the program is completed. Changing a program To change the program while a wash program is going. 1- Open the door and select a new program by pressing the Program 18 touch button (2). 2- After closing the door, the newly selected new program start from the point where the original program reached, but with the new parameters (temperature, cycles) of the new program. Note: When opening the door of the machine in order to stop the washing program before it has completed, first carefully open the door slightly in order to avoid water spillage. Cancelling and resetting a program To cancel a program currently in progress or in a standby position. 1- Open the door of the machine. The last selected program will appear on the display (3). 2- Press and hold the program touch button (2) for 3 seconds. The display (3) will count from ‘’3 to 1’’ and then show ‘’0:01” to indicate that cancelling is ready. Cancelling and resetting a program To cancel a program currently in progress or in a standby position. 1- Open the door of the machine. The last selected program will appear on the display (3). 2- Press and hold the program touch button (2) for 3 seconds. The display (3) will count from ‘’3 to 1’’ and then show ‘’0:01” to indicate that cancelling is ready. 3- After the door is closed, the discharge process starts. The machine will empty the water in it for about 30 seconds. When the program is cancelled, the machine will make a buzzer sound 5 times. Note: When the door of the machine is opened in order to stop the washing program before it has completed, first carefully open the door slightly in order to avoid water spillage. Switching the machine off After the program has finished, switch the machine off by using the Power On/Off touch button (1). Note: To improve the drying performance, after the buzzer sound indicating the end of the wash program stops, leave the door of the machine ajar in order to hasten the drying or select an energy save option before starting a program to speed up the drying performance. Note: If the machine door is opened during washing or the power is cut off, the machine will restart the program when the door is closed or the power is restored. OPTIONS Delayed Start Half load (modes) Tablet Extra rinse PROGRAMS Mini 18' - - - - Quick 30' 40°C x x - x Eco 50°C x x x x x x x x Hygiene 60°C - - - - Auto delicate 30°-50°C x x x x Auto Normal 50°-60°C x x x x Auto Intensive 60°-70° C x x x x Super 50' 65°C “-“ Function cannot be selected “x” function can be selected. Extra fast and Extra silent can’t be selected at the same time. 19 8 1 2 3 4 5 7 6 Buzzer sound set up Setting up the buzzer. 1- Press the Power On/Off touch button” (1) (if it is in OFF position). 2- Press and hold the “Delay ” (4) and “Half load ” (6) touch buttons for 3 seconds at the same time to set the volume level. 3- While pressing the “Delay ” (4) and “Half load ” (6) touch buttons, the display shows a count down from 3 to 1. • The first time the volume is adjusted, at the end of 3 seconds, “S03” is shown on the display. • If the volume has been adjusted before, at the end of 5 seconds the previously selected level is shown on the display (from ‘’S00’’ to ‘’S03’’). The volume level is increased or decreased using the ’’delay’’ and “ half load’’. - To increase the buzzer volume. 1) Press the “half load ” touch button (6). 2) The display (3) changes from “S00” to “S03. - To decrease the buzzer volume 1) Press the “delay ” touch button (4). 2) The display (3) changes from “S03” to “S00”. “S00” means that all buzzers are off 4- To exit volume adjustment mode, switch off the machine. The last volume level selected will be stored in memory. Note: From level sound ‘’3’’ to ‘’1’’, loudness level is reduced by stages depending on level sound. 20 Section 4. Maintenance 4.1. Cleaning the Filter The filter helps prevent large pieces of food or other items entering the pump and causing damage. It is important that you examine and clean the filter system on a regular basis. Blocked filters are not covered under the Guarantee! The filter assembly is located inside the appliance just underneath the lower spray arm. To remove the filter assembly, turn it anti-clockwise and lift the assembly out. Pull out the metal/plastic filter and then pull the coarse filter out of the micro filter. Rinse with lots of water under the tap before refitting. a. Micro Filter b. Coarse Filter c. Metal/Plastic Filter 4.2. Cleaning the Door Periodically clean the inner stainless steel lining of the door with a warm damp cloth. Pay particular attention to the edges so that food deposits do not build up, causing the door seal to fail. Clean the door seal with warm soapy water. Never use abrasive cleaners or polishes on the stainless steel! 18 4.3. Cleaning the Spray Arms Small particles of food will over time get into the spray arms and cause blockages. Periodically remove the spray arms (as shown below) and wash them in warm soapy water. Blocked spray arms are not covered under the Guarantee! To remove the lower spray arm pull it upwards, so that the upper spray arm nut can be removed by turning the nut to the left. Be sure that the nut is perfectly tightened when refitting the upper spray arm. 4.4. Daily Maintenance Follow these useful tips to ensure your dishwasher stays in tip-top working order: . Always switch off the power supply at the socket when your . . . . . . . . dishwasher is not in use. Always pay particular attention to the filter and spray arms – give them a regular clean as described in 4.1. and 4.3. above. Clean the door edges and door seal as described in 4.2. above. Add salt to your appliance when prompted by the salt light on the control panel. Always run a programme after to remove any spilled salt. Add rinse aid to your appliance when prompted by the rinse aid light on the control panel. Only use Dishwasher salt, Dishwasher detergent and Dishwasher rinse aid in your dishwasher. Never use abrasive cleaners to clean your appliance. When the appliance is not in use, leave the door slightly ajar in order to avoid moisture and odours building up inside. However, this may not be advisable if small children have unsupervised access to the area where the dishwasher is sited. If you are vacating the house for a long period, run a rinse cycle through the machine and then ensure that the water and power supplies to the dishwasher have been turned off. Leave the door ajar. 19 4.5. Error Codes Error Code Error Description F5 Inadequate water supply F3 Continuous water input F2 The waste water in the machine cannot be discharged F8 F1 Heater error Alarm is active showing water overflow FE F7 F9 F6 Faulty electronic card Overheating error Diverter error Faulty heater sensor Control Make sure the water inlet tap is totally open and that there is no water leak Close the water inlet tap, remove the water inlet hose from the tap and clean the filter at the connection end of the hose Restart your machine, contact the Repairtech helpline if the error resumes Turn off the tap Contact the Repairtech helpline Water discharge hose is clogged The filters of your machine might be clogged Power on/off your machine and activate the program cancel command If the error continues, contact the Repairtech helpline Contact the Repairtech helpline Power off your machine and turn off the tap Contact the Repairtech helpline Contact the Repairtech helpline Contact the Repairtech helpline Contact the Repairtech helpline Contact the Repairtech helpline 20 4.6. Before Calling Service If you appear to have a problem with your dishwasher, please take a few minutes to check the following ‘trouble shooting’ guide. The problem may be easily solved without the need for a service call. Dishwasher Will Not Start • • • • • Is the power on at the socket? Is the Start/Pause button set to pause? Have you checked the fuse in the plug? Is the dishwasher door closed correctly? Is your water pressure low – if yes, wait until normal pressure is resumed Water Left In Bottom Of Dishwasher • • Check & clean the filter Make sure the drain hose is not trapped/kinked Soap Suds In The Dishwasher • • Are you using the correct dishwasher detergent/tablets. You must only use specialist dishwasher detergent in a dishwasher You may have spilled rinse aid into the dishwasher whilst topping up the dispenser – it will clear after one or two rinse or wash programmes. There Are Rust Stains On The Cutlery • • Your utensils may not be dishwasher safe – you must use dishwasher safe utensils You may have spilled salt into the dishwasher whilst topping up the salt dispenser and not run a programme to flush it away (see 3.1.1 - Page 9) 21 Knocking Noise From Inside The Cabinet • • The spray arm is catching against an item in the basket – reposition the items Items of crockery are loose in the basket and water pressure is causing them to move – reposition the items of crockery The Crockery Is Not Clean • • • • • Ensure that you load items correctly – do not stack items on top of other items You selected the wrong wash programme – select a stronger wash Did you use enough detergent? Have you cleaned the spray arms recently? Have you cleaned the filters recently? The Glasses Are Cloudy • • • Are your glasses dishwasher safe? You must only place dishwasher safe glassware in a dishwasher Soft water can leave cloudy marks on glassware Too much detergent can cause cloudy marks on glassware The Crockery Is Not Drying • • • Ensure you load the baskets with space around the items Check your rinse aid – top up the dispenser Do not unload your dishwasher too soon - allow the drying process time to work Warning! If your dishwasher overflows or develops a water leak, you must turn off both the water and power supplies until an engineer has corrected the fault! 22 PRODUCT FICHE (Spec) * Energy consumption 267 kw/h per year, based on 280 standard cleaning cycles using cold water fill and the consumption of low power modes. Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used. ** Water consumption 2520 liters per year based on 280 standard cleaning cycles. Actual water consumption will depend on how appliance is used. *** Drying efficiency class A on a scale from G (least efficient) to A (most efficient). **** The “Eco 50 °C” is the standard cleaning cycle to which the information in the label and the fiche relates. This programme is suitable to clean normally soiled tableware and it is the most efficient programme in terms of combined energy and water consumption. Supplier's trade mark Supplier's model Capacity of dishwasher MONTPELLIER MDI800 15 The energy efficiency class Annual energy consumption in kWh per year (AEC) ( 280 Cycle )* Energy consumption (Et) (kWh per Off-mode power consumption (W) (Po) A++ 267 0,94 0,50 Left-on mode power consumption (W) (Pl) Annual water consumption in litres per year (AWC) ( 280 Cycle )** Drying efficiency class*** 1,00 2520 A Standard programme name**** Eco 50°C Programme time for standard cycle ( min) Noise dB(A) 171 Built – in Yes 47 23 Here For You After-sales assistance If you continue to experience problems with your Integrated Dishwasher, please call the Montpellier customer service helpline on: 03333 234 473. Please have all your product details available, including the model number, serial number, date of purchase, and your retailer’s details before registering a fault. The service call cannot progress without this information. Your 2 year Manufacturer’s guarantee THIS DOES NOT AFFECT YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS. Your new Montpellier appliance carries a free guarantee which protects you against the cost of repairs during the first 24 months from date of purchase provided that: Any claim is accompanied by evidence of the model reference, model serial number and proof of purchase, such as a Sales Receipt, showing that the appliance was purchased within the 24 months prior to the date of claim. • Any appliance not correctly installed and operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. • Any appliance that is used for anything other than domestic purposes. • Any defect caused by accident, misuse, unauthorised modification or inexpert repair. • Cost of Call-out where a fault cannot be found with the appliance. • Cost of Call-out for work covering routine maintenance, such as, but not exclusively, cleaning of filters or defrosting. of Call-out for work required to correct the alignment of doors following door reversal procedures carried • Cost out by you. • Use of the appliance by anyone other than the Householder. • Use in any commercial environment. • Consumable items, such as, but not exclusively, fuses in plugs, bulbs and breakable items which require routine replacement. costs incurred that have not been authorised by Repairtech and/or carried out by a non-approved • Repair Repairtech engineer. YOUR GUARANTEE IS VALID ONLY IN THE UK & ROI. To register your appliance simply complete the card in your appliance pack and return it with a stamp affixed or alternatively you can register online at www.montpellier-appliances.com/support SERVICE HELP-LINE Should your appliance develop a fault, please call the Montpellier customer service helpline on: 03333 234 473. Please remember to have all your product details available, including the model number, serial number, date of purchase and your retailer’s details before registering a fault. Your service call cannot progress without this information. Here For You What is not covered under the Guarantee Important Note: This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The symbol on the product, or on the documents accompanying the product, the Crossed Out Wheelie Bin, indicates that this appliance may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste disposal. For more detailed information a b o u t treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, please contact your local authority, your household waste disposal service or the retailer where you purchased the product. We continuously try to improve our products for the benefit of our customers. For this reason we reserve the right to make changes to any product at any time, without notice Montpellier Domestic Appliances Ltd. Unit 1, Tewkesbury Retail Park, Northway Lane, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire GL20 8JU www.montpellier-appliances.com The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.