Residents Manual Attachments - The Riverside · Saltriver Place

Appendix B: Sub-contractor and Supplier List
The following list of sub-contractors and suppliers has been provided for your future
reference and convenience. Please note, Hamilton Marino Builders is not responsible,
and cannot warrant, any future work undertaken by these trades as a result of your direct
negotiations or instructions.
Sub Contract
Company
Contact Details
Air Conditioning
Coldflow Mechanical (Installation)
03 9853 2703
Daikin (Equipment)
Appliances
Cooktop / Oven /
Dishwasher / Rangehood
Bosch
1300 369 744
Penthouse appliances
Miele
1300 464 353
Car Park Sliding Gates &
Basement Carpark Doors
Arco
03 9587 3616
Carpentry
(Doors, Skirtings, Door hardware)
Nemo Carpentry
0411 432 213
Carpet
Aurora Floor Coverings
03 9383 3111
Door Hardware (Equipment)
Lavco Industries
03 9338 2092
Electrical
Acton Electrical
039 6464 080
Embedded Network
WIN Energy
1300 791 970
Fire Protection
Royale Fire Protection
03 9846 8885
Joinery (supply)
Joinery (install)
Yintec
CNC Pro
0458 008 776
0431 469 799
Stone Benchtops &
Splashbacks
Baron Forge
03 9315 3225
Lifts
Kone Elevators
( 24 emergency number )
03 9934 8000
0800 775 663
Painting (external)
Ark Coatings
03 9333 4960
Painting (internal)
Ark Coatings
03 9333 4960
Plasterboard and Cement Sheet
Rising Star Interiors
03 9988 3355
Plumber
Complete Plumbing
03 9553 6051
Emergency Plumbing
RCI Building Services
1300 123 724
Plumbing Accessories
E&S Trading
03 9417 7599
Shower Screens
Baron Forge
03 9315 3225
Timber Flooring
Aurora Floor Coverings
03 9383 3111
Tiler & Waterproofer
Baron Forge
03 9315 3225
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Appendix C: Finishes Schedule
Paint colours
Apartments
Apartment Walls
Dulux Whisper White (PN1F2) – Professional Low Sheen
Internal Apartment Doors,
Frames & Skirting
Dulux Whisper White (PN1F2) – Aquanamel Semi Gloss
Ceilings
Dulux Whisper White (PN1F2) – Professional Ceiling Flat
Communal areas
Corridor Walls
Corridor Ceilings
Corridor Doors, Frames,
Skirtings
Apartment Entry Doors
Dulux Casper White Half A 3511 – Professional Ceiling Flat
Dulux Casper White Half A 3511 – Professional Low
Sheen
Dulux Casper White Half A 3511
Dulux Teahouse PN 2A6
External
Balcony Soffit
Dulux - Seal Grey Deep 78139 – Acrashield Matt Texture
Balcony Walls
Balcony Façade
Balcony Edges
External Precast Walls
Dulux Dulux Dulux Dulux -
Seal Grey Deep 78139 – Acrashield Matt
Seal Grey Deep 78139 – Acrashield Matt
Seal Grey Deep 78139 – Acrashield Matt
Seal Grey Deep 78139 – Acrashield Matt
Floors
Apartment living / kitchens Timber floors:
Premium Floors Australia
Readyflor Premium Oak (Matt Uniclic Stained Oak 190mm)
Code: colour 5530
Apartment bedrooms
Carpet:
Godfrey Hurst Caribbean.
Colour San Juan.
Common areas / corridors Carpet:
RC&D Bentzon.
Colour # 64009.
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Appendix D: Meter Numbers
RIVERSIDE APARTMENTS
1-11 MORELAND ST
Meter Numbers
Lot No
Unit No
Hot Water Meter
No
WINenergy
Electricity Meter No
LOWER BASEMENT/ UPPER BASEMENT
1
1
60701282
215573645
2
2
60701283
215573648
3
3
60701284
215573650
4
4
60701285
215573651
8
8
60701286
215573652
LEVEL 1
101
101
60701287
215573617
102
102
60701288
215573613
103
103
60701289
215573619
104
104
60701290
215573622
105
105
60701291
215573632
106
106
60701292
215573621
107
107
60701293
215573611
108
108
60701294
215573607
109
109
60701295
215573606
110
110
60701296
215573603
111
111
60701297
215575618
112
112
60701298
215573605
113
113
60701300
215573616
114
114
60701299
215573610
115
115
60701742
215573615
116
116
60701301
215573636
117
117
60701744
215573604
118
118
60701743
215573612
119
119
60701747
215573608
120
120
60701745
215573620
121
121
60701748
215573640
122
122
60701746
215573614
LEVEL 2
201
201
60701749
215573626
202
202
60701750
215573641
69
203
203
60701751
215573633
204
204
60701762
215573629
205
205
60701763
215573628
206
206
60701764
215573609
207
207
60701765
215573624
208
208
60701766
215573631
209
209
60701767
215573627
210
210
60701768
215573625
211
211
60701769
215573630
212
212
60701771
215573634
213
213
60701770
215573637
214
214
60701773
215573647
215
215
60701772
215573638
216
216
60701775
215573646
217
217
60701774
215573639
218
218
60701777
215573623
219
219
60701776
215573635
220
220
60701779
215573642
221
221
60701778
215573644
222
222
60701781
215548311
223
223
60701780
215573649
224
224
60701783
215548312
225
225
60701782
215573643
LEVEL 3
301
301
60701784
215548287
302
302
60701785
215548288
303
303
60701786
215548289
304
304
60701787
215548290
305
305
60701788
215548292
306
306
60701789
215548293
307
307
60701790
215548294
308
308
60701791
215548295
309
309
60701792
215548296
310
310
60701793
215548297
311
311
60701794
215548298
312
312
60701796
215548299
313
313
60701795
215548300
314
314
60701798
215548301
315
315
60701797
215548302
316
316
60701800
215548303
317
317
60701799
215548304
318
318
60701802
215548306
319
319
60701801
215548305
320
320
60701804
215548307
70
321
321
60701803
215548308
322
322
60701806
215548309
323
323
60701805
215548310
324
324
60701808
215548313
325
325
60701807
215548314
LEVEL 4
401
401
60701809
215548574
402
402
60701810
214618178
403
403
60701811
215548265
404
404
60701812
215548268
405
405
60701813
215548272
406
406
60701814
215548267
407
407
60701815
215548270
408
408
60701816
215548271
409
409
60701817
215548269
410
410
60701818
215548274
411
411
60701819
215548273
412
412
60701821
215548286
413
413
60701820
215548279
414
414
60701823
215548276
415
415
60701822
215548285
416
416
60701825
215548275
417
417
60701824
215548291
418
418
60701827
215548278
419
419
60701826
215548277
420
420
60701829
215548281
421
421
60701828
215548283
422
422
60701831
215548280
423
423
60701830
215548282
424
424
60701833
215548284
425
425
60701832
215548266
LEVEL 5
501
501
60701834
215573462
502
502
60701835
215573469
503
503
60701836
215573454
504
504
60701837
215573470
505
505
60701838
215573486
506
506
60701839
215573472
507
507
60701840
215573464
508
508
60701841
215573455
509
509
60900011
215573490
510
510
60900012
215573480
511
511
60900013
215573479
512
512
60900015
215573482
71
513
513
60900014
215573471
514
514
60900017
215573461
515
515
60900016
215573463
516
516
60900019
215573458
517
517
60900018
215573465
518
518
60900021
215573485
519
519
60900020
215573459
520
520
60900023
215573487
521
521
60900022
215573466
522
522
60900025
215573494
523
523
60900024
215573453
524
524
60900027
215573481
525
525
60900026
215573467
LEVEL 6
601
601
60900028
215573500
602
602
60900029
215573460
603
603
60900030
215573498
604
604
60900031
215573483
605
605
60900032
215573473
606
606
60900033
215573499
607
607
60900034
215573475
608
608
60900035
215573477
609
609
60900036
215573456
610
610
60900037
215573476
611
611
60900038
215573491
612
612
60900040
215573573
613
613
60900039
215573478
614
614
60900042
215573495
615
615
60900041
215573474
616
616
60900044
215573493
617
617
60900043
215573492
618
618
60900046
215573585
619
619
60900045
215573457
620
620
60900048
215573496
621
621
60900047
215573488
622
622
60900050
215573468
623
623
60900049
215573501
624
624
60900052
215573484
625
625
60900051
215573489
LEVEL 7
701
701
60900053
215548708
702
702
60900054
215548710
703
703
60900055
215548700
704
704
60900056
215573502
72
705
705
60900057
215573568
706
706
60900058
215548701
707
707
60900059
215548706
708
708
60900060
215573583
709
709
60900061
215573579
710
710
60900062
215548712
711
711
60900063
215548707
712
712
60900065
215573553
713
713
60900064
215548697
714
714
60900067
215548702
715
715
60900066
215548696
716
716
60900069
215573560
717
717
60900068
215573589
718
718
60900071
215573561
719
719
60900070
215548705
720
720
60900073
215573497
721
721
60900072
215548709
722
722
60900075
215548711
723
723
60900074
215573572
724
724
60900077
215573565
725
725
60900076
215548695
LEVEL 8
801
801
60900078
215573871
802
802
60900079
215573884
803
803
60900080
215573887
804
804
60900081
215573876
805
805
60900082
215573859
806
806
60900083
215573893
807
807
60900084
215573900
808
808
60900085
215573880
809
809
60900086
215573867
810
810
60900088
215573886
811
811
60900087
215573895
812
812
60900090
215573873
813
813
60900089
215573864
814
814
60900092
215573857
815
815
60900091
215573866
816
816
60900094
215573870
817
817
60900093
215573883
818
818
60900096
215573888
819
819
60900095
215573863
820
820
60900098
215573898
821
821
60900097
215573874
LEVEL 9
73
901
901
60900099
215548805
902
902
60900100
215548006
903
903
60900101
215548007
904
904
60900102
215548005
905
905
60900103
215548757
906
906
60900104
214243119
907
907
60900105
215548012
908
908
60900108
215548010
909
909
60900106
215548756
910
910
60900110
215548762
911
911
60900107
215548812
912
912
60900112
215548763
913
913
60900109
215548008
914
914
60900113
215548755
915
915
60900111
215548810
916
916
60900114
214243129
LEVEL 10
1001
1001
60900115
215573947
1002
1002
60900116
215573904
1003
1003
60900117
215573923
1004
1004
60900118
215573939
1005
1005
60900119
214243118
1006
1006
60900120
215573924
1007
1007
60900121
215573934
1008
1008
60900123
215573930
1009
1009
60900122
215573908
1010
1010
60900125
215573903
1011
1011
60900124
215573909
1012
1012
60900126
215573938
1013
1013
60900127
215573933
1014
1014
60900128
214243109
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Appendix E:
owners pack)
Attachments (provided in the
D1.1
Smoke Alarm Manual
D1.2
Intercom Operational Instructions
D1.3
A/C operational instructions
D1.4
Range hood user Manual
D1.5
Oven User Manual
D1.6
Dishwasher User Manual
D1.7
Cooktop User Manual
D1.8
Condensation in apartment’s information sheet
D1.9
WINenergy apartment power information sheet
D1.10
NBN connection information
D1.11
Origin connection information
D1.12
Timber Flooring Maintenance Information
D1.13
Carpet Care
D1.14
Tile & Benchtop Care & Maintenance
D1.15
Paint maintenance information
D1.16
Lift Manual
D1.17
Waste Chute operation manual
D1.18
Evacuation Diagrams
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D1.1: Smoke Alarm Manual
1.
Can these alarms be interconnected?
Yes, up to 20 (depending on cable length) smoke alarms can be interconnected. Ionisation and
photoelectric smoke alarms cannot be interconnected together. Do not connect the
interconnect wire to active or neutral.
2.
What does a brief ‘chirp’ every 5 minutes or so indicate?
The battery needs replacing. Batteries should be replaced at least once per year.
3.
What can cause ‘nuisance’ alarming and how do I prevent it?
An alarm installed within 1m of heating and cooling vents can cause nuisance alarming.
Alarms should be installed on their own electrical circuit. If an alarm is installed on a circuit with
LED lighting, different LED drivers can trigger nuisance alarming. If this is the case, a load
correction device should be installed before the first smoke alarm on a circuit.
4.
What is the Hush button for?
If cooking or other non-hazardous sources cause the alarm to sound, it can be silenced by pressing
the Hush button.
This will cause the alarm to enter a reset period of 8 minutes. At the end of this period, the alarm
resumes normal operation, and a beep sound indicates this.

What happens if the unit beeps continually, immediately after initial installation?
If the unit has been wired correctly and a fully charged battery installed and this beep persists
then this could be an indication that the smoke alarm is faulty. Please contact your supplier for a
replacement and return the suspected faulty unit for testing.

What does it mean if the red light is on?
Red Light will remain on for up to 15 minutes after initial power up or alarm
reset. This is the alarm calibrating itself. It will go off once calibrated.

What does the green light mean?
The alarm is connected to a 240v power source.

What happens if you change the battery and the unit does a double beep followed by a triple beep
after about 15 minutes?
This can be because the hush or test button was pressed whilst closing the detector
again. The smoke detector should revert back to normal operation after about 15
minutes. Make sure it is working correctly.

How do I replace the battery?
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Run your hand around the outer circumference of the smoke alarm in an anticlockwise direction until you feel the protrusion on the side of the smoke
alarm.
Apply pressure to the tab in the same anti clockwise direction, the body of
the smoke alarm will disconnect from the base and swing down hinged to
the opposite side of the tab.
Once hanging down you may either replace the battery whilst the smoke alarm
is still attached to the fixed base or open the alarm further to release it from
the base altogether.
Remove the old battery from the alarm, check the polarity (+&-) on the new
battery and match this to same on the alarm.
Clip the lip back into the base and allow the alarm to reset
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D1.2: Intercom Operational Instructions
EN Warning
 Comelit Group S.p.A. declines any responsibility for improper use of the apparatus, for any alterations made by others for
any reason, and for the use of non-original accessories or materials.
 Attention! In order to reduce the risk of faults and electric shocks: Do not open the apparatus or carry out any repairs
yourself. If necessary, request the services of qualified personnel. Do not insert objects or pour liquids into the device.
 Clean using a damp cloth. Do not use alcohol or other aggressive products.
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Maxi 7" SBC monitor Art. 6801W - 6601W/BM
„„ Short press on the corresponding key to enable the desired function.
Audio key/LED
steady = audio enabled/hands-free function continuous flashing = call
received
„„ SHORT PRESS = ENABLE AUDIO
Lock-release key/LED
1 flash = confirm lock-release continuous flashing = door open
„„ SHORT PRESS = ENABLE DOOR LOCK
Keys 1-2-3-4*
Self-ignition key
„„ SHORT PRESS = ENABLE SELF-IGNITION
Privacy key/Privacy LED - Doctor
4 flashes = device engaged
3 flashes (every 5 s.) = Doctor function enabled steady = privacy function
enabled
steady + flashes = doctor + privacy function enabled
„„ SHORT PRESS = PRIVACY MODE ENABLED
Call volume key
Ringtone volume key
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Value 'Up/Down' keys
Contrast key
Brightness key
• *For further information contact your installer.
Soft-touch key activation
„„ Touch to activate the function keys
Quick
Adjustments
2
sec
1
2
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„„ Press the key corresponding to the desired function to enable its adjustment.
»» The corresponding LED comes on. Adjust by pressing the + / - keys.
•
Tone changes and privacy LED
flashes when the parameter
reaches minimum or maximum value.
•
adjustable only during a call.
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• Keep the
button pressed until a confirmation tone is emitted (this operation is only possible with the system in
stand-by; otherwise the signalling LED will flash to warn the user)
• Press and release the
button:
once (BEEP x1) to change the ringtone of calls from the external unit. twice (BEEP x2) to change the ringtone for calls
from the switchboard.
3 times (BEEP x3) to change the ringtone for intercom calls made from the internal unit. 4 times (BEEP x4) to
change the floor door (“CFP”) call ringtone.
• Any further pressing of the
button repeats the sequence described above.
• Press and release button 1 to scroll through the various available ringtones in sequence.
• Press button 2 to confirm selection of the last ringtone heard and to exit (at any time) the monitor ringtone change
mode. On exiting the monitor ringtone selection mode a confirmation tone will be emitted
Automatic answer management
4 sec.
• ON:
• OFF: BEEP
• ON: the audio LED remains lit
• OFF: the audio LED remains unlit
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4 sec.
• ON:
•
+
OFF:
BEEP
„„.
Long press on key 3 to enable/disable doctor mode
a)
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D1.3: A/C operational instructions
84
DAIKIN ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
OPERATION MANUAL
MODELS
FTXS20LVMA
FTXS25LVMA
FTXS35LVMA
FTXS46LVMA
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Feature
For your comfort and
energy saving
INTELLIGENT EYE
The INTELLIGENT EYE sensor detects the human movement
in a room. If no one is room for more than 20 minutes, the
operation automatically changes to energy saving operation.
Page 15
WEEKLY TIMER
Up to 4 timer settings can be saved for each day of the week
according to your family’s life style. The WEEKLY TIMER
allows you to set on/off time and the desired temperature.
Page 22
Other functions
COMFORT AIRFLOW OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
The airflow direction will be in
upward while in COOL operation,
in downward while in HEAT
operation. This function will Page 15
prevent cold or warm air from
directly blowing on your body.
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation
lowers the noise level of the
outdoor unit. This function is useful
when you need to consider the
noise for your neighbourhood.
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Contents
„ Read before Operation
Safety Precautions .................................................. 3
Name of Parts ........................................................... 5
Preparation before Operation .............................. 9
„ Operation
AUTO · DRY · COOL · HEAT · FAN
Operation
11
Adjusting the Airfl ow Direction
and Rate
13
COMFORT AIRFLOW /
INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
15
POWERFUL Operation
17
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
Operation
18
ECONO Operation
19
OFF TIMER Operation
20
ON TIMER Operation
21
WEEKLY TIMER Operation 22
„ Multi Connection
Note for Multi System .......................................... 28
„ Care
Care and Cleaning ............................................... 30
ECONO
This function enables efficient
operation by limiting the maximum
power consumption. It is useful
when using the air conditioner and
other electrical devices
simultaneously. Page 19
„ Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting .................................................... 35
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Safety Precautions
5. Keep this manual where the operator can easily find it.
6. Read the precautions in this manual carefully before operating the unit.
7. The precautions described herein are classified as WARNING and CAUTION. They both contain important information
regarding safety. Be sure to observe all precautions without fail.
WARNING
Failure to follow these instructions properly may result
in personal injury or loss of life.
Never attempt.
CAUTION
Failure to observe these instructions properly may result in
property damage or personal injury, which may be serious
depending on the circumstances.
Never wet the air conditioner nor the remote controller with
water.
Be sure to follow the instructions.
Never touch the air conditioner nor the remote controller with
Be sure to establish an earth connection.
wet hands.
 After reading, keep this manual in a convenient place so that you can refer to it whenever necessary. If the equipment is
transferred to a new user, be sure also to hand over the manual.
WARNING
• In order to avoid fire, explosion or injury, do not operate the unit when harmful, among which flammable or corrosive
gases, are detected near the unit.
• Be aware that prolonged, direct exposure to cool or warm air from the air conditioner, or to air that is too cool or too
warm can be harmful to your physical condition and health.
• Do not place objects, including rods, your fingers, etc., in the air inlet or outlet. Product malfunctioning, product or
injury damage may result due to contact with the air conditioner’s high-speed fan blades.
• Do not attempt to repair, dismantle, reinstall or modify the air conditioner yourself as this may result in water leakage,
electric shocks or fire hazards.
• Do not use flammable spray near the air conditioner, or otherwise fire may result.
• Beware of fire in case of refrigerant leakage. If the air conditioner is not operating correctly, i.e. not generating cool
or warm air, refrigerant leakage could be the cause. Consult your dealer for assistance. The refrigerant within the air
conditioner is safe and normally does not leak.
However, in the event of a leakage, contact with a naked burner, heater or cooker may result in generation of noxious gas.
Do not longer use the air conditioner until a qualified service person confirms that the leakage has been repaired.
• Do not attempt to install or repair the air conditioner yourself. Improper workmanship may result in water leakage,
electric shocks or fire hazards. Please contact your local dealer or qualified personnel for installation and
maintenance work.
• When the air conditioner is malfunctioning (giving off a burning odour, etc.) turn off power to the unit and contact your local
dealer. Continued operation under such circumstances may result in a failure, electric shocks or fire hazards.
• Be sure to install an earth leakage breaker. Failure to install the earth leakage breaker may result in electric shocks or fi re.
• Be sure to earth the unit. Do not earth the unit to a utility pipe, lightning conductor or telephone earth lead. Imperfect
earthing may result in electric shocks.
CAUTION
• Do not use the air conditioner for purposes other than those for which it is intended. Do not use the air conditioner for
cooling precision instruments, food, plants, animals or works of art as this may adversely affect the performance,
quality and/or longevity of the object concerned.
• Do not expose plants or animals directly to airflow from the unit as this may cause adverse effects.
• Do not place appliances that produce naked flames in places exposed to the airflow from the unit as this may impair
combustion of the burner.
• Do not block air inlets nor outlets. Impaired airflow may result in insuffi cient performance or trouble.
• Do not sit on the outdoor unit, put things on the unit, or pull the unit. Doing so may cause accidents, such as falling or
toppling down, thus resulting in injury, product malfunctioning, or product damage.
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CAUTION
• Do not place objects that are susceptible to moisture directly beneath the indoor or outdoor units. Under certain
conditions, condensation on the main unit or refrigerant pipes, air filter dirt or drain blockage may cause dripping,
resulting in fouling or failure of the object concerned.
• After prolonged use, check the unit stand and its mounts for damage. If they are left in a damaged condition, the unit
may fall and cause injury.
• To avoid injury, do not touch the air inlet or aluminum fins of the indoor or outdoor units.
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the unit or its remote controller. Accidental
operation by a child may result in impairment of bodily functions and harm health.
• Do not give impact to the indoor and outdoor units, or otherwise product damage may result.
• Do not place flammable items, such as spray cans, within 1 meter of the air outlet. The
spray cans may explode as a result of hot air from the indoor or outdoor units.
• Be careful not to let pets urinate on the air conditioner. Urination on the air conditioner may result in electric shocks or fire.
• To avoid oxygen depletion, ensure that the room is adequately ventilated if equipment such as a burner is used
together with the air conditioner.
• Before cleaning, be sure to stop unit operation, turn the breaker off or remove the power cord. Otherwise, an electric
shock and injury may result.
• Only connect the air conditioner to the specified power supply circuit. Power supplies other than the one specified
may result in electric shocks, overheating and fires.
• Arrange the drain hose to ensure smooth drainage. Imperfect drainage may cause wetting of the building, furniture etc.
• Do not place objects in direct proximity of the outdoor unit and do not let leaves and other debris accumulate
around the unit. Leaves are a hotbed for small animals which can enter the unit. Once in the unit, such animals can
cause malfunctions, smoke or fire when making contact with electrical parts.
• Do not place objects around the indoor unit.
Doing so may have an adverse influence on the performance, product quality, and life of the air conditioner.
• This appliance is not intended to be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or with
lack of operation knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the appliance use
by person responsible for their safety.
Keep out of children’s reach to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• To avoid electric shocks, do not operate with wet hands.
• Do not wash the air conditioner with water, as this may result in electric shocks or fire.
• Do not place water containers (vases etc.) above the unit, as this may result in electric shocks or fire hazards.
Installation site.
„ To install the air conditioner in the following types of environments, consult the dealer.
•
•
•
•
Places with an oily ambient or where steam or soot occurs.
Salty environment such as coastal areas.
Places where sulfide gas occurs such as hot springs.
Places where snow may block the outdoor unit.
• The indoor unit is at least 1 meter away from any television or radio set (unit may cause interference with the picture or sound).
• The drain from the outdoor unit must be discharged to a place of good drainage.
Consider nuisance to your neighbours from noises.
„ For installation, choose a place as described below.
• A place solid enough to bear the weight of the unit which does not amplify the operation noise or vibration.
• A place from where the air discharged from the outdoor unit or the operation noise will not annoy your neighbours.
Electrical work.
• For power supply, be sure to use a separate power circuit dedicated to the air conditioner.
System relocation.
„ Relocating the air conditioner requires specialized knowledge and skills. Please consult the dealer if
relocation is necessary for moving or remodeling.
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Name of Parts
Indoor Unit
Air inlet
Front panel
Panel tab
INTELLIGENT EYE
sensor
• It detects the movements of
people and automatically
switches between normal
operation and energy saving
operation. Page 15
Model
name plate
Air outlet
Louvers (vertical blades)
Room temperature
sensor
• The louvers are inside of the air
outlet. Page 13
• It detects the air temperature
around the unit.
Flaps (horizontal blades)
Page 13
Display
OPERATION lamp (green)
TIMER lamp (yellow)
Signal receiver
• It receives signals from the remote
controller.
• When the unit receives a signal, you
will hear a beep sound.
Case
Sound type
Operation start
beep-beep
Setting changed
beep
Operation stop
long beep
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INTELLIGENT EYE lamp
(green) Page 15,16
Indoor unit ON/OFF switch
• Press this switch once to start operation.
Press once again to stop it.
• The operation mode refer to the following table.
Model
Mode
Temperature setting
Airflow rate
COOLING ONLY
COOL
22°C
AUTO
HEAT PUMP
AUTO
25°C
AUTO
• This switch is useful when the remote controller is missing.
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„ Open the front panel
Air filter
Titanium apatite
photocatalytic
air-purifying filter
Outdoor Unit
• Appearance of the outdoor unit may differ from some models.
Air inlet
(back and side)
Outdoor temperature
sensor (back)
Drain hose
Earth terminal
• It is inside of this cover.
Air outlet
Name plate
Refrigerant piping and
inter-unit wiring
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Name of Parts
Remote Controller
Signal transmitter
Display (LCD)
Receiver
• To use the remote controller, aim
the transmitter at the indoor unit. If
there is anything to block signals
between the unit and the remote
controller, such as a curtain, the unit
will not operate.
• Do not drop the remote controller. Do
not get it wet.
• The maximum distance for
communication is approx. 7m.
• It displays the current settings. (In
this illustration, each section is
shown with all its displays on for the
purpose of explanation.)
TEMPERATURE
adjustment buttons
• It changes the temperature setting.
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ON/OFF button
FAN setting button
• It selects the airflow rate setting.
Page 14
• Press this button once to start
operation.
Press once again to stop it.
POWERFUL button
• POWERFUL operation.
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Front cover
Page 17
• Open the front cover.
HEAT PUMP model
COOLING ONLY model
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ARC452A4
ARC452A13
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„ Open the front cover
MODE selector button
• It selects the operation mode.
(AUTO/DRY/COOL/HEAT/
FAN) Page 11
ECONO button
• ECONO operation.
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QUIET button
SWING button
• OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
operation.
• Adjusting the airfl ow direction.
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Page 13
COMFORT/SENSOR
button
: WEEKLY button
• COMFORT AIRFLOW and
: PROGRAM button
INTELLIGENT EYE
operation. Page 15,16
: COPY button
: BACK button
: NEXT button
• WEEKLY TIMER operation.
OFF TIMER button
Page 22
Page 20
ON TIMER button
TIMER CANCEL
button
Page 21
• It cancels the timer setting.
CLOCK button
Page 20,21
• It cannot be used for the
Page 10
WEEKLY TIMER operation.
SELECT button
• It changes the ON/OFF
TIMER and WEEKLY TIMER
settings. Page 20,21,22
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Preparation before Operation
„ To set the batteries
2
Position + and
– correctly!
3
1
1. Slide the front cover to take it off.
2. Set 2 dry batteries AAA.LR03 (alkaline).
3. Set the front cover as before.
„ To fix the remote controller holder on the wall
Remote controller
1. Choose a place from where the signals
reach the unit.
2. Fix the holder to a wall, a pillar, etc. with the
screws supplied with the holder.
Screws
Remote
3. Place the remote controller in the remote
controller holder.
controller holder
NOTE
„
Notes on batteries
• When replacing the batteries, use batteries of the same type, and replace the 2 old batteries together.
• When the system is not used for a long time, take the batteries out.
• The batteries will last for approx. 1 year. If the remote controller display begins to fade and the degradation of reception performance occurs
within a year, however, replace both 2 batteries with new, size AAA.LR03 (alkaline).
• The attached batteries are provided for the initial use of the system.
The usable period of the batteries may be short depending on the manufactured date of the air conditioner.
„
Notes on remote controller
• Never expose the remote controller to direct sunlight.
• Dust on the signal transmitter or receiver will reduce the sensitivity. Wipe off dust with soft cloth.
• Signal communication may be disabled if an electronic-starter-type fluorescent lamp (such as inverter-type lamps) is in the room. Consult
the shop if that is the case.
• If the remote controller signals happen to operate another appliance, move that appliance to somewhere else, or consult the service shop.
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„ Turn the breaker on
• After the power is turned on, the flaps of the indoor unit opens and closes once to set
the reference position.
„ To set the clock
1. Press
.
“
“
” is displayed.
” and “
” blink.
2. Press
to set the current day of the week.
3. Press
.
“
4. Press
to set the clock to the present time.
• Holding down
5. Press
” blinks.
or
button rapidly increases or decreases the time display.
.
• Point the remote controller at the indoor unit when pressing the buttons.
“ ” blinks.
NOTE
„
Note on setting the clock
• If the indoor unit’s internal clock is not set to the correct time, ON/OFF TIMER and WEEKLY TIMER will not operate punctually.
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AUTO · DRY · COOL · HEAT ·
FAN Operation
The air conditioner operates with the operation mode of your choice.
From the next time on, the air conditioner will operate with the same
operation mode.
„ To start operation
1. Press
and select a operation mode.
• Each pressing of the button advances the mode setting in sequence.
COOLING ONLY
model
HEAT PUMP
model
2. Press
DRY
COOL
FAN
AUTO
DRY
COOL
HEAT
FAN
.
•“
” is displayed on the LCD.
• The OPERATION lamp lights green.
Display
„ To stop operation
Press
• “
NOTE
MODE
HEAT
COOL
DRY
AUTO
FAN
again.
” disappears from the LCD.
• The OPERATION lamp goes off.
Notes on each operation mode
• Since this air conditioner heats the room by taking heat from outdoor air to indoors, the heating capacity becomes smaller in
lower outdoor temperatures. If the heating effect is insufficient, it is recommended to use another heating appliance in
combination with the air conditioner.
• The heat pump system heats the room by circulating hot air around all parts of the room. After the start of heating
operation, it takes some time before the room gets warmer.
• In HEAT operation, frost may occur on the outdoor unit and lower the heating capacity. In that case, the system switches
into defrosting operation to take away the frost.
• During defrosting operation, hot air does not flow out of indoor unit.
• This air conditioner cools the room by releasing the heat in the room outside.
Therefore, the cooling performance of the air conditioner may be degraded if the outdoor temperature is high.
• The computer chip works to rid the room of humidity while maintaining the temperature as much as possible. It automatically
controls temperature and airflow rate, so manual adjustment of these functions is unavailable.
• In AUTO operation, the system selects an appropriate operation mode (COOL or HEAT) based on the room and outside
temperatures and starts the operation.
• The system automatically reselects setting at a regular interval to bring the room temperature to user-setting level.
• This mode is valid for fan only.
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„ To change the temperature setting
Press
or
.
• The displayed items on the LCD will change whenever either one of the buttons is
pressed.
COOL operation
18 – 32°C
HEAT operation
10 – 30°C
AUTO operation
18 – 30°C
Press
to raise the temperature and press
temperature.
to lower the
DRY or FAN operation
The temperature setting is
not variable.
„ Operating conditions
„
Recommended temperature setting
• For cooling: 26°C – 28°C
• For heating: 20°C – 24°C
„
Tips for saving energy
• Be careful not to cool (heat) the room too much.
Keeping the temperature setting at a moderate level helps save energy.
• Cover windows with a blind or a curtain.
Blocking sunlight and air from outdoors increases the cooling (heating) effect.
• Clogged air filters cause ineffi cient operation and waste energy. Clean them once in about every 2 weeks.
„
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Notes on the operating conditions
• The air conditioner always consumes a small amount of electricity even while it is not operating.
• If you are not going to use the air conditioner for a long period, for example in spring or autumn, turn the breaker off.
• Use the air conditioner in the following conditions.
MODE
COOL
HEAT
DRY
Operating conditions
Outdoor temperature : 10 to 46°C
Indoor temperature : 18 to 32°C
Indoor humidity : 80% max.
Outdoor temperature : –15 to 24°C
Indoor temperature : 10 to 30°C
Outdoor temperature : 10 to 46°C
Indoor temperature : 18 to 32°C
Indoor humidity : 80% max.
If operation is continued out of this range
• A safety device may work to stop the operation.
(In multi system, it may work to stop the operation of the outdoor unit only.)
• Condensation may occur on the indoor unit and drip.
• A safety device may work to stop the operation.
• A safety device may work to stop the operation.
• Condensation may occur on the indoor unit and drip.
• Operation outside this humidity or temperature range may cause a safety device to disable the system.
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Adjusting the Airflow Direction
and Rate
You can adjust the airflow direction to increase your comfort.
„ To start auto swing
Upper and lower airflow direction
Press
.
•“
” is displayed on the LCD.
• The flaps (horizontal blades) will begin to swing.
Right and left airflow direction
Press
.
• “
” is displayed on the LCD.
• The louvers (vertical blades) will begin to swing.
The 3-D airflow direction
Press
and
.
• “
” and “
” are displayed on the LCD.
• The flaps and louvers move in turn.
• To cancel 3-D airflow, press either
The flaps or louvers will stop moving.
or
again.
„ To set the flaps or louvers at desired position
• This function is effective while flaps or louvers are in auto swing mode.
Press
and
when the flaps or
louvers have reached the desired position.
• In the 3-D airflow, the flaps and louvers move in turn.
• “
” or “
” disappears from the LCD.
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„ To adjust the airflow rate setting
Press
.
• Each pressing of
Auto
advances the airflow rate setting in sequence.
Indoor unit quiet
High
Middle high
Low
Middle low
Middle
• When the airflow is set to “
”, indoor unit quiet operation will start and the noise
from the unit will become quieter.
• In indoor unit quiet operation, the airflow rate is set to a weak level.
• In DRY operation, the airflow rate setting is not variable.
NOTE
„
Note on the angles of the flaps
• The flaps swinging range depends on the operation mode. (See the fi gure.)
COOL and DRY operation
FAN operation
HEAT operation
Stop operation
COMFORT
AIRFLOW
8°
15°
45°
Upper limit
Lower limit
„
30°
Upper limit70°
Stop operation
Lower limit 80°
COMFORT AIRFLOW
Upper limit
8°
80°
operation
Lower limit Stop
Note on 3-D airflow
• Using 3-D airflow circulates cold air, which tends to collected at the bottom of the room, and hot air, which tends to collect near the ceiling,
throughout the room, preventing areas of cold and hot developing.
„
Note on airflow rate setting
• At smaller airflow rates, the cooling (heating) effect is also smaller.
CAUTION
• Always use a remote controller to adjust the angles of the flaps and louvers. If you attempt to move the flaps and louvers forcibly with hand
when they are swinging, the mechanism may be broken.
• Always use a remote controller to adjust the louvers angles. Inside the air outlet, a fan is rotating at a high speed.
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COMFORT AIRFLOW /
INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
„ COMFORT AIRFLOW operation
The flow of air will be in the upward direction while in COOL operation and in the downward direction
while in HEAT operation, which will provide a comfortable wind that will not come in direct contact
with people.
COOL operation
HEAT operation
„ INTELLIGENT EYE operation
“INTELLIGENT EYE” is the infrared sensor which detects the human movement.
If no one is in the room for more than 20 minutes, the operation automatically changes to energy
saving operation.
[Example]
When someone is
in the room
When no one is in
the room
„ Normal operation
„ 20 min. after,
start energy
saving
operation.
• The air conditioner is in
normal operation while
the sensor is detecting
the movement of people.
• The set temperature is
shifted in ±2°C steps.
Someone is back in
the room
„ Back
normal
operation.
to
• The air conditioner will return
to normal operation when the
sensor detects the movement
of people again.
INTELLIGENT EYE operation is useful for energy saving
„
Energy saving operation
• If no presence detected in the room for 20 minutes, the energy saving operation will start.
• This operation changes the temperature –2°C in HEAT / +2°C in COOL / +2°C in DRY operation from set temperature.
When the room temperature exceeds 30°C, the operation changes the temperature +1°C in COOL / +1°C in DRY operation from set
temperature.
• This operation decreases the airflow rate slightly in FAN operation only.
„ Combination COMFORT AIRFLOW and INTELLIGENT EYE operation
The air conditioner can go into operation with the COMFORT AIRFLOW and INTELLIGENT EYE
functions combined.
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„ To start operation
Press
and select the desired mode.
• Each time the
is pressed a different setting option is displayed on the LCD.
• The INTELLIGENT EYE lamp lights green.
Display
• By selecting “
” from the following icons, the air conditioner will be in COMFORT
AIRFLOW operation combined with INTELLIGENT EYE operation.
COMFORT
AIRFLOW
INTELLIGENTCombination
EYE
blank
No Setting
• When the flaps (horizontal blades) are swinging, the operating as above will stop
movement of them.
• The lamp will be lit while human movements are detected.
„ To cancel operation
and select “blank” on the LCD.
Press
• The INTELLIGENT EYE lamp goes off.
NOTE
„
Notes on COMFORT AIRFLOW operation
• The flap position will change, preventing air from blowing directly on the occupants of the room.
• POWERFUL operation and COMFORT AIRFLOW operation cannot be used at the same time.
Priority is given to the function of whichever button is pressed last.
• The airflow rate will be set to AUTO. If the upper and lower airflow direction is selected, the COMFORT AIRFLOW function will be canceled.
„
Notes on INTELLIGENT EYE operation
• Application range is as follows.
Horizontal
angle 110°
(Top view)
90°
55° 55°
7m
Vertical angle 90°
(Side view)
• Sensor may not detect moving objects further than 7m away. (Check the application range)
• Sensor detection sensitivity changes according to indoor unit location, the speed of passersby, temperature range, etc.
• The sensor also mistakenly detects pets, sunlight, fluttering curtains and light reflected off of mirrors as passersby.
• INTELLIGENT EYE operation will not go on during POWERFUL operation.
• NIGHT SET MODE
„
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Notes on combination of COMFORT AIRFLOW operation and INTELLIGENT EYE operation
• The airflow rate will be set to AUTO. If the upper and lower airflow direction is selected, the COMFORT AIRFLOW operation will be canceled.
Priority is given to the function of whichever button is pressed last.
CAUTION
• Do not place large objects near the sensor.
Also keep heating units or humidifiers outside the sensor’s detection area. This sensor can detect undesirable objects.
• Do not hit or violently push the INTELLIGENT EYE sensor. This can lead to damage and malfunction.
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POWERFUL Operation
POWERFUL operation quickly maximizes the cooling (heating) effect in
any operation mode. You can get the maximum capacity.
„ To start POWERFUL operation
Press
during operation.
• POWERFUL operation ends in 20 minutes. Then the system automatically operates
again with the previous settings which were used before POWERFUL operation.
•“
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel POWERFUL operation
Press
•“
again.
” disappears from the LCD.
[Example]
„ Normal operation
• When you want to get the
cooling effect quickly, start
the powerful operation.
„ POWERFUL
operation
• POWERFUL operation will
work for 20 minutes.
„ Back to normal
operation
NOTE
„ Notes on POWERFUL operation
• When using POWERFUL operation, there are some functions which are not available.
• POWERFUL operation cannot be used together with ECONO, COMFORT AIRFLOW or OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation.
Priority is given to the function of whichever button is pressed last.
• POWERFUL operation can only be set when the unit is running. Pressing
from the LCD.
causes the settings to be canceled, and “
” disappears
• POWERFUL operation will not increase the capacity of the air conditioner if the air conditioner is already in operation with its maximum
capacity demonstrated.
• In COOL, HEAT and AUTO operation
To maximize the cooling (heating) effect, the capacity of outdoor unit is increased and the airflow rate is fixed to the maximum setting.
The temperature and airflow settings are not variable.
• In DRY operation
The temperature setting is lowered by 2.5°C and the airflow rate is slightly increased.
• In FAN operation
The airflow rate is fixed to the maximum setting.
• When using priority room setting
See note for multi system. Page 28
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OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
Operation
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation lowers the noise level of the outdoor unit
by changing the frequency and fan speed on the outdoor unit. This function is
convenient during the night.
„ To start OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation
Press
•“
.
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation
Press
•“
again.
” disappears from the LCD.
[Example] Using the OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation during the night.
• The noise level of the outdoor unit will be lower.
This function is useful when you need to consider the noise for your neighbourhood.
NOTE
„
Notes on OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation
• If using a multi system, the OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation will work only when this function is set on all operated indoor units. However,
if using priority room setting, refer to “Note for multi system”. Page 28
• This function is available in COOL, HEAT, and AUTO operation.
This is not available in FAN and DRY operation.
• POWERFUL operation and OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation cannot be used at the same time.
Priority is given to the function of whichever button is pressed last.
• Even the operation is stopped using the remote controller or the main unit ON/OFF switch when using OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation,
“
” will remain on the remote controller display.
• OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation will drop neither the frequency nor fan speed if they have been already dropped low enough.
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ECONO Operation
ECONO operation is a function which enables efficient operation by limiting the
maximum power consumption value.
This function is useful for cases in which attention should be paid to ensure a
circuit breaker will not trip when the product runs alongside other appliances.
„ To start ECONO operation
Press
•“
during operation.
” is displayed on the LCD.
„ To cancel ECONO operation
Press
•“
again.
” disappears from the LCD.
[Example]
ECONO operation
Normal operation
• In case the air conditioner and other
appliances which require high power
consumption are used at same time, a circuit
breaker may trip if the air conditioner
operate with its maximum capacity.
Running current and
power consumption
Normal
operation
• The maximum power consumption of the
air conditioner is limited by using ECONO
operation.
The circuit breaker will hardly trip even if the
air conditioner and other appliances are
used at same time.
• This diagram is a representation for illustrative
purposes only.
Maximum during
The maximum running current and power
normal operation
consumption of the air conditioner in
Maximum during
ECONO operation vary with the connecting
ECONO operation
outdoor unit.
ECONO
operation
Time
NOTE
From start up until set temperature is reached
„ Notes on ECONO operation
• ECONO operation can only be set when the unit is running. Pressing causes the settings to be canceled, and “
” disappears from the
LCD.
• ECONO operation is a function which enables efficient operation by limiting the power consumption of the outdoor unit (operating
frequency).
• ECONO operation functions in AUTO, COOL, DRY, and HEAT operation.
• POWERFUL and ECONO operation cannot be used at the same time.
Priority is given to the function of whichever button is pressed last.
• If the level of power consumption is already low, ECONO operation will not drop the power consumption.
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OFF TIMER Operation
Timer functions are useful for automatically switching the air conditioner on or
off at night or in the morning. You can also use OFF TIMER and ON TIMER in
combination.
„ To use OFF TIMER operation
• Check that the clock is correct.
If not, set the clock to the present time.
1. Press
.
“
“
•“
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” is displayed on the LCD.
” blinks.
” and day of the week disappear from the LCD.
2. Press
until the time setting reaches
the point you like.
• Each pressing of either button increases or decreases the time setting by 10 minutes.
Holding down either button changes the time setting rapidly.
3. Press
again.
•“
” and setting time are displayed on the LCD.
• The TIMER lamp lights yellow.
Display
„ To cancel OFF TIMER operation
Press
.
•“
” and setting time disappear from the LCD.
•“
” and day of the week are displayed on the LCD.
• The TIMER lamp goes off.
NOTE
„ Notes on TIMER operation
• When TIMER is set, the present time is not displayed.
• Once you set ON/OFF TIMER, the time setting is kept in the memory. The memory is canceled when remote controller batteries are
replaced.
• When operating the unit via the ON/OFF timer, the actual length of operation may vary from the time entered by the user. (Maximum approx.
10 minutes)
„ NIGHT SET MODE
• When the OFF TIMER is set, the air conditioner automatically adjusts the temperature setting (0.5°C up in COOL, 2.0°C down in HEAT) to
prevent excessive cooling (heating) for your pleasant sleep.
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ON TIMER Operation
„ To use ON TIMER operation
• Check that the clock is correct.
If not, set the clock to the present time.
1. Press
.
“
” is displayed on the
LCD. “
•“
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” blinks.
” and day of the week disappear from the LCD.
2. Press
until the time setting reaches
the point you like.
• Each pressing of either button increases or decreases the time setting by 10 minutes.
Holding down either button changes the setting rapidly.
3. Press
again.
•“
” and setting time are displayed on the LCD.
• The TIMER lamp lights yellow.
Display
„ To cancel ON TIMER operation
Press
.
• “
” and setting time disappear from the LCD.
• “
” and day of the week are displayed on the LCD.
• The TIMER lamp goes off.
„ To combine ON TIMER and OFF TIMER
• A sample setting for combining the 2 timers is shown below.
(Example)
Present time: 23:00 (The unit operating)
OFF TIMER at 0:00 Combined
ON TIMER at 14:00
NOTE
„ In the following cases, set the timer again.
• After a breaker has turned off.
• After a power failure.
• After replacing batteries in the remote controller.
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WEEKLY TIMER Operation
Up to 4 timer settings can be saved for each day of the week. It is convenient if the WEEKLY TIMER is
set according to the family’s life style.
„ Using in these cases of WEEKLY TIMER
Example: The same timer settings are made for the week from Monday through Friday while different timer settings are
made for the weekend.
[Monday]
Make timer settings up to programs 1-4.
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Program 1
Program 2
Program 3
Program 4
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
25°C
27°C
6:00
8:30
ON
[Tuesday]
to
[Friday]
17:30
OFF
22:00
ON
OFF
Use the copy mode to make settings for Tuesday to Friday, because these settings are the same as
those for Monday. Page 25
Program 1
Program 2
Program 3
Program 4
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
25°C
27°C
6:00
[Saturday]
[Sunday]
8:30
17:30
22:00
No timer settings
Make timer settings up to programs 1-4. Page 23
Program 1
Program 2
ON
OFF
25°C
8:00
ON
Program 4
OFF
ON
19:00
21:00
27°C
10:00
OFF
Program 3
OFF
27°C
ON
• Up to 4 reservations per day and 28 reservations per week can be set in the WEEKLY TIMER. The effective use of the
copy mode ensures ease of making reservations.
• The use of ON-ON-ON-ON settings, for example, makes it possible to schedule operating mode and set temperature
changes. Furthermore, by using OFF-OFF-OFF-OFF settings, only the turn off time of each day can be set. This will turn
off the air conditioner automatically if the user forgets to turn it off.
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WEEKLY TIMER Operation
„ To use WEEKLY TIMER operation
Setting mode
• Make sure the day of the week and time are set. If not, set the day of the week and time.
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Program 1
Program 2 Program 3
ON
[Monday]
OFF
Program 4
ON
25°C
OFF
27°C
6:00
8:30
17:30
22:00
Setting
Displays
Day and number settings
1. Press
ON/OFF settings
Time settings
Temperature settings
.
• The day of the week and the reservation number of the current day will be displayed.
• 1 to 4 settings can be made per day.
2. Press
to select the desired day of
the week and reservation number.
• Pressing
3. Press
changes the reservation number and the day of the week.
.
• The day of the week and reservation number will be set.
• “
” and “ ” blink.
4. Press
• Pressing
ON TIMER
to select the desired mode.
changes “
OFF TIMER
” or “
” setting in sequence.
blank
• In case the reservation has already been set, selecting “blank” deletes the
reservation.
• Go to STEP 9 if “blank” is selected.
5. Press
.
• The ON/OFF TIMER mode will be set.
• “
” and the time blink.
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6. Press
to select the desired time.
• The time can be set between 0:00 and 23:50 in 10 minute intervals.
• To return to the ON/OFF TIMER mode setting, press
• Go to STEP 9 when setting the OFF TIMER.
7. Press
.
.
• The time will be set.
•“
” and the temperature blink.
8. Press
to select the desired temperature.
• The temperature can be set between 10°C and 32°C.
Cooling: The unit operates at 18°C even if it is set at 10 to 17°C.
Heating: The unit operates at 30°C even if it is set at 31 to 32°C.
• To return to the time setting, press
.
• The set temperature is only displayed when the mode setting is on.
9. Press
.
• The temperature will be set and go to the next reservation setting.
• To continue further settings, repeat the procedure from STEP 4.
10.
Press
to complete the setting.
• Be sure to direct the remote controller toward the indoor unit and check for a receiving
tone and flashing the OPERATION lamp.
•“
” is displayed on the LCD and WEEKLY TIMER operation is activated.
• The TIMER lamp lights yellow.
Display
• A reservation made once can be easily copied and the same settings used for another
day of the week. Refer to Copy mode . Page 25
NOTE
„
Notes on WEEKLY TIMER operation
• Do not forget to set the clock on the remote controller fi rst.
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• The day of the week, ON/OFF TIMER mode, time and set temperature (only for ON TIMER mode) can be set with WEEKLY TIMER.
Other settings for ON TIMER are based on the settings just before the operation.
• Both WEEKLY TIMER and ON/OFF TIMER operation cannot be used at the same time. The ON/OFF TIMER operation has priority if it is
set while WEEKLY TIMER is still active. The WEEKLY TIMER will go into standby state, and “
When ON/OFF TIMER is up, the WEEKLY TIMER will automatically become active.
” will disappear from the LCD.
• Only the time and set temperature with the WEEKLY TIMER are sent with the
. Set the WEEKLY TIMER only after setting the
operation mode, the airflow rate and the airfl ow direction ahead of time.
• Shutting the breaker off, power failure, and other similar events will render operation of the indoor unit’s internal clock inaccurate. Reset the
clock. Page 10
• The
can be used only for the time and temperature settings. It cannot be used to go back to the reservation number.
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WEEKLY TIMER Operation
Copy mode
• A reservation made once can be copied to another day of the week. The whole reservation
of the selected day of the week will be copied.
Program 1
Program 2 Program 3
ON
[Monday]
OFF
Program 4
ON
25°C
OFF
27°C
6:00
8:30
17:30
22:00
COPY
Program 1
[Tuesday]
to
[Friday]
Program 2 Program 3
ON
OFF
Program 4
ON
25°C
OFF
27°C
6:00
8:30
17:30
22:00
Setting Displays
Confirmation display
Copy display
1. Press
Paste display
Normal display
.
2. Press
to confirm the day of the week to
be copied.
3. Press
.
• The whole reservation of the selected day of the week will be copied.
4.
Press
to select the destination day of the
5. week. Press
.
• The reservation will be copied to the selected day of the week. The whole reservation
of the selected day of the week will be copied.
• To continue copying the settings to other days of the week, repeat STEP 4 and
STEP 5.
6. Press
•“
to complete the setting.
” is displayed on the LCD and WEEKLY TIMER operation is activated.
NOTE
„
Note on COPY MODE
• The entire reservation of the source day of the week is copied in the copy mode.
In the case of making a reservation change for any day of the week individually after copying the content of weekly reservations, press
and change the settings in the steps of Setting mode .
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„ Confirming a reservation
• The reservation can be confirmed.
Setting Displays
Normal display
Confi rmation display
1. Press
.
• The day of the week and the reservation number of current day will be displayed.
2. Press
to select the day of the week and
the reservation number to be confirmed.
• Pressing
displays the reservation details.
• To change the confirmed reserved settings, select the reservation number and press
.
The mode is switched to setting mode. Go to Setting mode STEP 4.
3. Press
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to exit confirming mode.
•“
” is displayed on the LCD and WEEKLY TIMER operation is activated.
• The TIMER lamp lights yellow.
Display
„ To deactivate WEEKLY TIMER operation
Press
the LCD.
while “
” is displayed on
•“
” disappears from the LCD.
• The TIMER lamp goes off.
• To reactivate the WEEKLY TIMER operation, press
• If a reservation deactivated with
mode will be used.
again.
is activated once again, the last reservation
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WEEKLY TIMER Operation
„ To delete reservations
The individual reservation
1. Press
.
• The day of the week and the reservation number will be displayed.
2. Press
to select the day of the week and
the reservation number to be deleted.
3. Press
•“
.
” and “
” or “
4. Press
• Pressing
” blink.
and select “ blank ”.
changes ON/OFF TIMER mode.
• The reservation will be no setting with selecting “blank”.
ON TIMER
OFF TIMER
5. Press
blank
.
• The selected reservation will be deleted.
6. Press
.
• If there are still other reservations, WEEKLY TIMER operation will be activated.
The reservations for each day of the week
• This function can be used for deleting reservations for each day of the week.
• It can be used while confirming or setting reservations.
1. Press
to select the day of the week to be
deleted.
2. Hold
for 5 seconds.
• The reservation of the selected day of the week will be deleted.
All reservations
Hold
for 5 seconds while normal display.
• Be sure to direct the remote controller toward the indoor unit and check for a receiving tone.
• This operation is not effective on the setting display of WEEKLY TIMER.
• All reservations will be deleted.
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Note for Multi System
Multi system has one outdoor unit connected to multiple indoor units.
„ Selecting the operation mode
With the priority room setting present
but inactive or not present.
When more than one indoor unit is operating, priority is given
to the first unit that was turned on.
In this case, set the units that are turned on later to the
same operation mode as the first unit.
Otherwise, they will enter the standby state, and the
A room
B room
C room
D room
OPERATION lamp will flash: this does not indicate malfunction.
Outdoor unit
NOTE
„
Notes on operation mode for multi system
• COOL, DRY and FAN operation may be used at the same time.
• AUTO operation automatically selects COOL operation or HEAT operation based on the room temperature.
Therefore, AUTO operation is available when selecting the same operation mode as that of the room with the first unit to be turned on.
CAUTION
• Normally, the operation mode in the room where the unit is first run is given priority, but the following situations are exceptions, so please keep
this in mind.
If the operation mode of the first room is FAN operation, then using HEAT operation in any room after this will give priority to HEAT operation.
In this situation, the air conditioner running in FAN operation will go on standby, and the OPERATION lamp will fl ash.
With the priority room setting active.
Refer to “Priority room setting” on the next page.
„ NIGHT QUIET operation (Available only for COOL operation)
NIGHT QUIET operation requires initial programming during installation. Please consult your retailer or dealer for assistance. NIGHT
QUIET operation reduces the operation noise of the outdoor unit during the nighttime hours to prevent annoyance to neighbors.
• The NIGHT QUIET operation is activated when the temperature drops 6°C or more below the highest temperature recorded that day.
When the temperature difference between the current outdoor temperature and the maximum outdoor temperature becomes less than 4°C,
the NIGHT QUIET operation will be stopped.
• NIGHT QUIET operation reduces slightly the cooling efficiency of the unit.
„ OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation
Refer to “OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation”.
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With the priority room setting present but inactive or not present.
When using the OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation feature with the Multi system, set all indoor units to OUTDOOR
UNIT QUIET operation using their remote controllers.
When clearing OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation, clear one of the operating indoor units using their remote
controller. However OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation display remains on the remote controller for other rooms.
We recommend you release all rooms using their remote controllers.
With the priority room setting active.
Refer to “Priority room setting” on the next page.
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Note for Multi System
„ COOL / HEAT mode lock
The COOL / HEAT mode lock requires initial programming during installation. Please consult your authorized dealer for
assistance. The COOL / HEAT mode lock sets the unit forcibly to either COOL or HEAT operation. This function is
convenient when you wish to set all indoor units connected to the multi system to the same operation mode.
„ Priority room setting
The priority room setting requires initial programming during installation. Please consult your authorized dealer for
assistance. The room designated as the priority room takes priority in the following situations.
Operation mode priority
• As the operation mode of the priority room takes precedence, the user can select a different operation mode from other
rooms.
[Example]
• Room A is the priority room in the examples.
When COOL operation is selected in room A while operating the following modes in room B, C and D :
Operation mode in room B, C and D
COOL or DRY or FAN
HEAT
AUTO
Status of room B, C and D when the unit in room A is in COOL operation
Current operation mode maintained
The unit enters standby mode. Operation resumes when the room A unit stops operating.
If the unit is set to COOL operation, operation continues. If the unit is set to HEAT operation, it
enters standby mode. Operation resumes when the room A unit stops operating.
Priority when POWERFUL operation is used
[Example]
• Room A is the priority room in the examples.
The indoor units in rooms A, B, C and D are all operating. If the unit in room A enters POWERFUL operation, operation
capacity will be concentrated in room A. In such a case, the cooling (heating) efficiency of the units in room B, C and D
may be slightly reduced.
Priority when using OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation
[Example]
• Room A is the priority room in the examples.
Just by setting the unit in room A to QUIET operation, the air conditioner starts OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation.
You don’t have to set all the operated indoor units to QUIET operation.
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Care and Cleaning
„ Quick reference
How to open / close the front panel
• Hold the front panel by the panel tabs on the 2 sides and open it.
• Press the front panel at both sides and the center to close it.
Cleaning parts
Panel tab
Air filter
• Vacuum dust or
Front panel
wash the filter.
• Wipe it with soft cloth
Once every
2 weeks
Refer to
soaked in water.
If bothered by dirt
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Refer to
Titanium apatite photocatalytic air-purifying filter
• Vacuum dust or replace the filter.
[Cleaning]
[Replacement]
Once every 6 months
Refer to
Once every 3 years
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Refer to
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Indoor unit,
Outdoor unit and
Remote controller
• Wipe them with soft cloth.
If bothered by dirt
Notes on cleaning
„ For cleaning, do not use the materials as follows.
• Hot water above 40°C.
• Benzine, gasoline, thinner, other volatile oils.
• Polishing compound.
• Scrubbing brushes, other hard stuff.
CAUTION
• Before cleaning, be sure to stop the operation and turn the breaker off.
• Do not touch the aluminum fins of the indoor unit. If you touch those parts, this may cause an injury.
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Care and Cleaning
„Front panel
2. Clean the front panel.
1. Remove the front panel.
• Wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in water.
• Only neutral detergent may be used.
• In case of washing the panel with water, wipe
it with dry soft cloth, dry it up in the shade after
washing.
• Open the front panel.
• Slide the front panel to either the left or right and
pulling it toward you.
This will disconnect the front panel shaft on one
side.
3. Attach the front panel.
2) Pull
• Align the front panel shaft on the left and right of
the front panel with the slots, then push them all
the way in.
Front panel shaft
1) Slide
Front panel
2) Pull
shaft
Slot
1) Slide
• Disconnect the front panel shaft on the other
side in the same manner.
• Close the front panel slowly. (Press the panel at
both sides and the central area.)
CAUTION
• When removing or attaching the front panel, use a robust and stable stool and watch your steps carefully.
• When removing or attaching the front panel, support the panel securely with hand to prevent it from falling.
• After cleaning, make sure that the front panel is securely fixed.
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„ Air filter
1. Pull out the air filters.
• Open the front panel.
• Push a little upwards the filter tab at the center of
each air filter, then pull it down.
If the dust does not come off easily
• Wash the air filters with neutral detergent thinned with
lukewarm water, then dry them up in the shade.
• Be sure to remove the titanium apatite photocatalytic
air-purifying filter. Refer to “ Titanium apatite
photocatalytic air-purifying filter ” on the next page.
1) Push
3. Set the filters as they were
and close the front panel.
• Press the front panel at both sides and the
2) Pull down
central area.
2. Wash the air filters with
water or clean them with
vacuum cleaner.
• It is recommended to clean the air fi lters every
2 weeks.
CAUTION
• Do not touch the aluminum fins by bare hand at the time of dismounting or mounting the filter.
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Care and Cleaning
„ Titanium apatite photocatalytic air-purifying filter
1. Take off the titanium
apatite photocatalytic airpurifying filter.
• Open the front panel and pull out the air filters.
• Hold the recessed parts of the frame and unhook
[Replacement]
Remove the tabs on the filter
frame and replace with a new
filter.
the 4 claws.
• Do not throw away the filter frame. Reuse the
filter frame when replacing the titanium apatite
photocatalytic air-purifying fi lter.
Claw
• Dispose of the old filter as non-fl ammable waste.
3. Set the filters as they were
and close the front panel.
2. Clean or replace the titanium
• Press the front panel at both sides and the
apatite photocatalytic airpurifying filter.
central area.
[Maintenance]
2-1 Vacuum dusts, and soak in
lukewarm water or water for about
10 to 15 minutes if dirt is heavy.
• Do not remove the filter from frame when
washing with water.
NOTE
2-2 After washing, shake off remaining
water and dry in the shade.
• Since the material is made out of polyester, do
not wring out the filter when removing water
from it.
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• Operation with dirty fi lters:
– cannot deodorize the air,
– cannot clean the air,
– results in poor heating or cooling,
– may cause odour.
• Dispose of old filters as non-flammable waste.
• To order titanium apatite photocatalytic air-purifying
filter contact to the service shop there you bought
the air conditioner.
Item
Titanium apatite photocatalytic
air-purifying filter (without frame) 1 set
Part No.
KAF970A46
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„ Check the units
„
Check that the base, stand and other fittings of the outdoor unit are not decayed or corroded.
„
Check that nothing blocks the air inlets and the outlets of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit.
„
Check that the drain comes smoothly out of the drain hose during COOL or DRY operation.
• If no drain water is seen, water may be leaking from the indoor unit. Stop operation and consult the service shop if this is the
case.
„ Before a long idle period
1. Operate the “FAN only” for several hours on a fine day to dry
out the inside.
• Press
• Press
and select “
” operation.
and start the operation.
2. After operation stops, turn off the breaker for the room air
conditioner.
3. Clean the air filters and set them again.
4. Take out batteries from the remote controller.
• When a multi outdoor unit is connected, make sure the heating operation is not used at the other room before you
use the fan operation. Page 28
„ We recommend periodical maintenance
• In certain operating conditions, the inside of the air conditioner may get foul after several seasons of use, resulting in poor
performance. It is recommended to have periodical maintenance by a specialist aside from regular cleaning by the user.
• For specialist maintenance, contact the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
• The maintenance cost must be born by the user.
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Troubleshooting
„ These cases are not troubles.
• The following cases are not air conditioner troubles but have some reasons. You may just continue using it.
Indoor unit
Operation does not start soon.
„ When ON/OFF button was pressed
soon after operation was stopped.
„ When the mode was reselected.
• This is to protect the air conditioner.
You should wait for about 3 minutes.
The flaps do not start swing
immediately.
Outdoor unit
• The air conditioner is adjusting the flap position. The
flap will start moving soon.
The HEAT operation stops suddenly
and a flowing sound is heard.
• The outdoor unit is taking away the frost.
The HEAT operation starts after the frost on the
outdoor unit is removed. You should wait for
about 4 to 12 minutes.
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„ Blowing sound
• This sound is generated when the flow of the
refrigerant in the air conditioner is switched over.
„ Ticking sound
• This sound is generated when the size of the air
conditioner slightly expands or shrinks as a result
of temperature changes.
„ Whistling sound
A sound is heard.
„ A sound like a flow of water
• This sound is generated because the refrigerant
in the air conditioner is flowing.
• This is a pumping sound of the water in the air
conditioner it is heard when the water is pumped
out from the air conditioner in cooling or drying
operation.
• The refrigerant flows in the air conditioner even if the
air conditioner is not working when the indoor units
in other rooms are in operation.
• This sound is generated when refrigerant fl ows during
defrosting operation.
„ Clicking sound during operation or idle
time
• This sound is generated when the refrigerant control
valves or the electrical parts operate.
„ Clopping sound
• This sound is heard from the inside of the air conditioner
when the exhaust fan is activated while the room doors
are closed. Open the window or turn off the exhaust fan.
The outdoor unit emits water or steam.
„ In HEAT operation
• The frost on the outdoor unit melts into water or steam when the air
conditioner is in defrost operation.
„ In COOL or DRY operation
• Moisture in the air condenses into water on the cool surface of outdoor
unit piping and drips.
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• Troubleshooting measures are classified into the following two types on a remedial basis.
Take an appropriate measure according to the symptom.
Not trouble
• These cases are not troubles.
Check
• Please check again before calling a repair person.
The air conditioner does not
operate. (OPERATION lamp is off.)
Operation stopped suddenly.
(OPERATION lamp flashes.)
•
•
•
•
• Are the air filters clean?
Clean the air filters.
Hasn’t a breaker turned off or a fuse blown?
Isn’t it a power failure?
Are batteries set in the remote controller?
Is the timer setting correct?
• Is there anything to block the air inlet or the outlet of
the indoor and the outdoor units?
Turn the breaker off and take all obstacles away. Then
turn it on again and try operating the air conditioner with
the remote controller. If the lamp still fl ashes, call the
service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
• Are operation modes all the same for indoor units
connected to outdoor units in the multi system?
Hot air does not flow out soon after
the start of heating operation.
• The air conditioner is warming up. You should wait
for 1 to 4 minutes. (The system is designed to start
discharging air only after it has reached a certain
temperature.)
If not, set all indoor units to the same operation mode
and confirm that the lamps flash.
When the operation mode is in “AUTO”, set all indoor
unit operation modes to “COOL” or “HEAT” for a
moment and check again that the lamps are normal.
If the lamps stop flashing after the above steps, there
is no malfunction. Page 28
Mist comes out of the indoor unit.
Operation stopped suddenly.
(OPERATION lamp is on.)
• For system protection, the air conditioner may stop
operating on a sudden large voltage fluctuation. It
automatically resumes operation in about 3 minutes.
• This happens when the air in the room is cooled into
mist by the cold airflow during COOL operation.
• This is because the air in the room is cooled by the
heat exchanger and becomes mist during
defrosting operation.
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Troubleshooting
Cooling (Heating) effect is poor.
• Are the air filters clean?
• Is there anything to block the air inlet or the outlet of
the indoor and the outdoor units?
• Is the temperature setting appropriate?
• Are the windows and doors closed?
• Are the airflow rate and the airflow direction set
The ON/OFF TIMER does not
operate according to the settings.
• Check if the ON/OFF TIMER and the WEEKLY TIMER
are set to the same time.
Change or deactivate the settings in the WEEKLY
TIMER.
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appropriately?
The indoor unit gives out odour.
Remote controller does not work
properly.
„ No remote
displayed.
controller
signals
• This happens when smells of the room, furniture, or
cigarettes are absorbed into the unit and discharged
with the airflow.
are
(If this happens, we recommend you to have the
indoor unit washed by a technician. Consult the
„ The remote controller sensitivity is low.
service shop where you bought the air conditioner.)
„ The display is low in contrast or blacked
out.
„ The display runs out of control.
• The batteries are dying and the remote controller is
malfunctioning. Replace all the batteries with new,
size AAA.LR03 (alkaline). For details, refer to “To set
the batteries” of this manual. Page 9
The outdoor fan rotates while the
air conditioner is not in operation.
„ After operation is stopped
• The outdoor fan continues rotating for another
60 seconds for system protection.
„ While the air conditioner is not in
operation
The operation mode display of the
remote controller is unusual.
• When the outdoor temperature is very high, the
outdoor fan starts rotating for system protection.
„ Heating cannot be selected, even though
the unit is heat pump model.
• Slide the DIP switch to the left as shown in the
illustration so that the HEAT operation can be
selected with the MODE selector button.
„ The LCD displays AUTO and HEAT operation
modes though the unit is a cooling only model.
• Slide the DIP switch to the right as shown in the illustration so
that the AUTO and HEAT operation displays will disappear.
[ Heat pump model ]
[ Cooling only model ]
DIP switch
DIP switch
An abnormal functioning
happens during operation.
• The air conditioner may malfunction with lightning or
radio waves. Turn the breaker off, turn it on again
and try operating the air conditioner with the remote
controller.
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„ Call the service shop immediately
WARNING
„
When an abnormality (such as a burning smell) occurs, stop operation and turn the breaker off.
• Continued operation in an abnormal condition may result in troubles, electric shocks or fire.
• Consult the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
„
Do not attempt to repair or modify the air conditioner by yourself.
• Incorrect work may result in electric shocks or fire.
• Consult the service shop where you bought the air conditioner.
If one of the following symptoms takes place, call the service shop immediately.
• The power cord is abnormally hot or damaged.
• An abnormal sound is heard during operation.
• The safety breaker, a fuse, or the earth leakage breaker
cuts off the operation frequently.
• A switch or a button often fails to work properly.
Turn the breaker off and call the service shop.
• There is a burning smell.
• Water leaks from the indoor unit.
„ After a power failure
• The air conditioner automatically resumes operation in about 3 minutes. You should just wait for a while.
„ Lightning
• If lightning may strike the neighbouring area, stop operation and turn the breaker off for system protection.
„ Disposal requirements
• Dismantling of the unit, treatment of the refrigerant, oil and eventual other parts, should be done in accordance with the
relevant local and national regulations.
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Troubleshooting
„ Fault diagnosis by remote controller
• In the ARC452A series, the temperature display sections on the main unit
indicate corresponding codes.
1. When
is held down for
5 seconds, a “
” indication flashes on the
temperature display section.
2. Press
repeatedly until a
continuous beep is produced.
• The code indication changes as shown below, and notifies with a long beep.
SYSTEM
INDOOR
UNIT
OUTDOOR
UNIT
CODE
00
UA
U0
U2
U4
A1
A5
A6
C4
C9
EA
E1
E5
E6
E7
E8
F3
F6
H0
H6
H8
H9
J3
J6
L3
L4
L5
P4
MEANING
NORMAL
INDOOR-OUTDOOR UNIT COMBINATION FAULT
REFRIGERANT SHORTAGE
DROP VOLTAGE OR MAIN CIRCUIT OVERVOLTAGE
FAILURE OF TRANSMISSION (BETWEEN INDOOR UNIT AND OUTDOOR UNIT)
INDOOR PCB DEFECTIVENESS
HIGH PRESSURE CONTROL OR FREEZE-UP PROTECTOR
FAN MOTOR FAULT
FAULTY HEAT EXCHANGER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
FAULTY SUCTION AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
COOLING-HEATING SWITCHING ERROR
CIRCUIT BOARD FAULT
OL STARTED
FAULTY COMPRESSOR START UP
DC FAN MOTOR FAULT
OVERCURRENT INPUT
HIGH TEMPERATURE DISCHARGE PIPE CONTROL
HIGH PRESSURE CONTROL (IN COOLING)
SENSOR FAULT
OPERATION HALT DUE TO FAULTY POSITION DETECTION SENSOR
DC CURRENT SENSOR FAULT
FAULTY SUCTION AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
FAULTY DISCHARGE PIPE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
FAULTY HEAT EXCHANGER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
ELECTRICAL PARTS HEAT FAULT
HIGH TEMPERATURE AT INVERTER CIRCUIT HEATSINK
OUTPUT OVERCURRENT
FAULTY INVERTER CIRCUIT HEATSINK TEMPERATURE SENSOR
NOTE
• A short beep and 2 consecutive beeps indicate non-corresponding codes.
• To cancel the code display, hold the
1 minute.
down for 5 seconds. The code display also cancel itself if the button is not pressed for
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„ MEMO
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„ MEMO
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Quick Reference
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Operating instructions:
Description of appliance
Oper
ating modes
This can be achieved if the combustion air is able to flow through
non-lockable openings, e.g. in doors, windows and in conjunction
with an air supply/air-intake wall box or by other technical
procedures such as reciprocal interlocking.
If the air intake is inadequate, there is a risk of poisoning from
combustion gases which are drawn back into the room.
An air-intake/exhaust-air wall box by itself is no guarantee that the
limiting value will not be exceeded.
Note: When assessing the overall requirement, the combined
ventilation system for the entire household must be taken into
consideration. This rule does not apply to the use of cooking
appliances, such as hobs and ovens.
Unrestricted operation is possible if the extractor hood is used in
recirculating mode
– with activated carbon filter.
Light / fan switches
Filter drawer
Operating modes
Exhaust-air mode:
❑ The extractor-hood fan extracts the kitchen vapours and
conveys them through the grease filter into the
atmosphere.
❑ The grease filter absorbs the solid particles in the kitchen
vapours.
Circulating-air mode:
❑ An activated carbon filter must be fitted for this operating mode
(see Filters and maintenance).
The complete installation set and replacement filters can
be obtained from specialist outlets.
The corresponding accessory numbers can be found at the
end of these operating instructions.
❑ The extractor-hood fan extracts the kitchen vapours which are
purified in the grease filter and activated carbon filter and
then conveyed back into the kitchen.
❑ The grease filter absorbs the grease particles in the kitchen
vapours.
❑ The kitchen is kept almost free of grease and odours.
❑ The activated carbon filter binds the odorous substances.
DIf the extractor hood is operated in exhaust-air mode at the
If no activated carbon filter is installed, it is not possible to bind
the odorous substances in the cooking vapours.
same time as a flue-type heater (e.g. gas, oil or solid-fuel
heater, instantaneous water heater, boiler), ensure that there is
an adequate air supply which the heater requires for
combustion.
Safe operation is possible provided that the partial vacuum in
the room in which the heater is installed does not exceed 4 Pa
(0.04 mbar).
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Before using for the first time
Important notes:
❑ The Instructions for Use apply to several versions of this
appliance. Accordingly, you may find descriptions of
individual features that do not apply to your specific
appliance.
❑ This extractor hood complies with all relevant safety
regulations.
Repairs should be carried out by qualified technicians
only.
Improper repairs may put the user at considerable risk.
❑ Before using your appliance for the first time, please read these
Instructions for Use carefully. They contain important information
concerning your personal safety as well as on use and care of
the appliance.
❑ Please retain the operating and installation instructions for a
subsequent owner.
Do not flambé food directly under the extractor hood.
Do not use the appliance if damaged. The appliance is not
intended for use by young children or infirmed persons without
supervision.
5.
Risk of grease filter catching fire due to flames.
Restrictions apply to the use of the extractor hood over a
solid-fuel burner (coal, wood, etc.). (See Installation
Young children should be supervised to ensure they do not play with instructions).
the appliance.
If the connecting cable for this appliance is damaged, the
cable must be replaced by the manufacturer or his customer
service or a similarly qualified person in order to prevent
serious injury to the user.
Gas hobs / gas cookers
Always use gas hobs in a proper and safe manner.
The appliance may be connected to the mains by a
qualified technician only. Dispose of packaging materials
properly (see Installation instructions).
Important:
The flames from the gas hob must always be covered by pots
or pans.
The intense heat generated by the gas
Light bulbs must always be fitted when the extractor hood is flames could cause damage to the extractor hood.
6.
in use.
Defective bulbs should be replaced immediately to prevent
the remaining bulbs from overloading.
Never operate the extractor hood without a grease filter.
Overheated fat or oil can easily catch fire.
If you are cooking with fat or oil, e.g. chips, etc., never leave the
cooker unattended.
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Operating the extractor hood
Cooking vapours are best eliminated by:
Switching off:
❑ Switching on the extractor hood when you start cooking. The extractor hood can be switched off in various ways.
❑ Only switching off the extractor hood a few minutes after Switch-off 1:
❑ Sliding switch to 0 – switch off fans.
you have finished cooking.
Switch-off 2:
Light
❑ Push in filter drawer to stop. (Sliding switch remains as selected).
Fan on / off
on / off
❑ To switch on the extractor again, just pull out the filter unit.
The extractor hood will start at the most recent fan setting.
Light:
The light can be switched on at any time even when the appliance is
off or the filter drawer is inserted.
Fan settings
Intensive setting
Fan on / off
Light
on / off
If you have any queries or the appliance is faulty, please call
customer service
(see list of customer service units).
Fan settings
Intensive setting
Faults
Reset button with
saturation display
for grease filter
Please give the following details when you call:
Product no. (E-Nr.) Serial no. (FD)
Enter the numbers in the above box. The numbers can be found on
the rating plate inside the extractor hood following removal of the
Switching on:
filter screen.
❑ Take hold of filter drawer handle and pull out the drawer.
❑ Select the required fan setting.
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Filters and maintenance
Grease filters:
Removing and inserting the metal-mesh grease filters:
Warning: The halogen bulbs must be switched off and
cool.
„ Pull the filter drawer all the way out.
Metal-mesh filters are used to trap the grease particles in the
cooking vapours.
The filter mats are made from non-combustible metal.
„ Depress both catches at the front of the grease filter and remove
Caution:
the grease filter.
As the filter becomes more and more saturated with grease,
there is an increased risk of fire and the function of the extractor
hood may be impaired.
Important:
Clean the metal-mesh grease filters at regular intervals to
prevent the risk of fire from the accumulation of heat when
deep-fat frying or roasting.
❑ If used in normal mode (daily 1 to 2 hours), the metal-mesh
grease filter must be cleaned 1x a month.
Saturation indicator:
When the grease filter is saturated, the indicator starts
flashing.
You should now change the grease filter if you have not
already done so.
❑ Ensure that the grease filters are cleaned at regular intervals
(approx. 1 month).
„
Depress the catches at the rear of the grease filter and remove
the grease filter.
Cleaning the metal-mesh grease filters:
❑ The filters can be cleaned in a dishwasher. However, they
may become slightly discoloured.
Important:
Do not wash highly saturated metal-mesh grease filters with
other utensils.
❑ If cleaning the filters by hand, soak them in a hot soap solution. Then
brush the filters, rinse thoroughly and leave to drain.
4. Clean the filters.
5. Insert the clean filters back into the hood.
6. Cancel the
❑ Press the
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button.
Filters and maintenance
Activated carbon filter:
For neutralizing odours in recirculating mode.
Caution:
As the filter becomes more and more saturated with grease,
there is an increased risk of fire and the function of the extractor
hood may be impaired.
Important:
Change the activated carbon filter promptly to prevent the risk of
fire from the accumulation of heat when deep-fat frying or
roasting.
• Engage the catches at both sides.
• Insert the metal-mesh grease filters (see ”Removing and
inserting the metal-mesh grease filters”).
Removing the filter:
Warning: The halogen bulbs must be switched off and
cool.
3. Remove the metal-mesh filters.
4. Depress the catches on both sides of the filter and remove
the activated carbon filter.
5. Replacing the activated carbon filter:
❑ A replacement filter can be obtained from any authorized
dealer
Inserting the filter:
(see optional accessories).
Warning: The halogen bulbs must be switched off and
❑ Use original filters only.
cool.
This will ensure maximum performance.
• Remove the metal-mesh filters
6. Insert the grease filters.
(see "Removing and inserting the metal-mesh grease filters").
• Insert the activated carbon filter.
Disposing of the old activated carbon filter:
❑ Activated carbon filters do not contain any pollutants and can
be disposed of with domestic refuse.
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Cleaning and care
Replacing the light bulbs
• Switch off the extractor hood and pull out the mains plug or
Isolate the extractor hood by pulling out the mains plug or
switch off the electricity supply at the fuse box.
switching off the fuse.
When switched on, the halogen bulbs become very hot.
❑ When cleaning the grease filters, remove grease deposits
from accessible parts of the housing. This prevents the risk of Even for some time after the bulbs have been switched off
fire and ensures that the extractor hood continues operating there is still a risk of burns.
at maximum efficiency.
• Remove the bulb ring with a screwdriver or similar tool.
❑ Clean the extractor hood with a hot soap solution or a mild
window cleaner.
❑ Do not scrape off dried-on dirt but wipe off with a damp cloth.
❑ Do not use scouring agents or abrasive sponges.
❑ Note: Do not use alcohol (spirit) on plastic surfaces, as
dull marks may appear.
Caution: Ensure that the kitchen is ade-quately ventilated. Avoid
naked flames!
Clean the operating buttons with a mild soapy solution and a
soft, damp cloth only. Do not use stainless-steel cleaner to clean • Replace the halogen light bulb (conventional halogen bulb,
12 Volt, max. 20 Watt, G4 bulbholder). Caution: Plug-in
the operating buttons.
Stainless steel surfaces:
❑ Use a mild non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner.
bulbholder.
Take hold of the bulb with a clean cloth.
❑ Clean the surface in the same direction as it has been ground and
polished.
Do not use any of the following to clean stainless steel
surfaces: abrasive sponges, cleaning agents containing sand,
soda, acid or chloride!
Aluminium and plastic surfaces:
❑ Use a soft, non-linting window cloth or micro-fibre cloth.
❑ Do not use dry cloths.
❑ Use a mild window cleaning agent.
❑ Do not use aggressive, acidic or caustic cleaners.
❑ Do not use abrasive agents.
• Re-insert the bulb ring.
• Restore the power by inserting the mains plug or switching on
the fuse.
Note: If the light does not function, check that the bulbs have been
inserted correctly.
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Installation Instructions:
Important information
Old appliances are not worthless rubbish. Valuable raw
materials can be reclaimed by recycling old appliances.
Before disposing of your old appliance, render it unusable.
You received your new appliance in a protective shipping
carton. All packaging materials are environmentally friendly and
recyclable. Please contribute to a better environment by disposing
of packaging materials in an environmentally-friendly manner.
Only one side of the extractor hood may be installed next to
a high-sided unit or high wall. Gap at least 300 mm.
The installation of the extractor hood above gas cooking
devices, at a minimum height of 650 mm – Fig. 1 – is permitted
provided that the following nominal heat loads (Hs) are not
exceeded:
❑ Gas cookers
Load of one hotplate
Please ask your dealer or inquire at your local authority about
Load of all hotplates
current means of disposal.
Load of the oven
The extractor hood can be used in exhaust air or circulating
❑ Gas hobs
air mode.
Load of one hotplate
Load of all hotplates
Always mount the extractor hood over the centre of the hob.
❑ Gas ceramic hotplate
Minimum distance between electric hob and bottom edge of
extractor hood:
430 mm, Fig. 1.
max. 03.0 kW
max. 08.3 kW
max. 03.9 kW
max. 03.9 kW
max. 11.3 kW
The nominal heat load specifications do not apply to closed gas
ceramic hobs. Always observe the specifications of the hob
manufacturer.
❑ Solid-fuel cookers
The maximum nominal heat loads and the minimum distance
Additional information concerning gas cookers:
are the same as for gas cookers.
When installing gas hotplates, comply with the relevant national
The extractor hood must not be installed over a solid fuel
statutory regulations (e.g. in Germany: Technische Regeln
cooker – a potential fire hazard (e.g. flying sparks) – unless
Gasinstallation TRGI).
the cooker features a closed, non-removable cover and all
national regulations are observed.
Always comply with the currently valid regulations and
installation instructions supplied by the gas appliance
The smaller the gap between the extractor hood and
manufacturer.
hotplates, the greater the likelihood that droplets will form on
the underside of the extractor hood.
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Prior to installation
Exhaust-air mode
This can be achieved if the combustion air is able to flow through
non-lockable openings, e.g. in doors, windows and in conjunction
an air supply/air-intake wall box or by other technical
DExhaust air must not be discharged via a smoke or exhaust with
procedures
such as reciprocal interlocking.
gas flue which is already in use or via a shaft which is used for
ventilating rooms in which fireplaces are located.
If the air intake is inadequate, there is a risk of poisoning from
combustion gases which are drawn back into the room.
Discharge exhaust air in accordance with official and statutory
regulations (e.g. national building regulations).
An air-intake/exhaust-air wall box by itself is no guarantee that the
Discharge of air into smoke or exhaust air flues which are not in limiting value will not be exceeded.
use requires the consent of a heating engineer.
Note: When assessing the overall requirement, the combined
The exhaust air is discharged upwards through a ventilation
shaft or directly through the outside wall into the open.
ventilation system for the entire household must be taken into
DIf the extractor hood is operated in exhaust-air mode at the
same time as a flue-type heater (e.g. gas, oil or solid-fuel heater, consideration. This rule does not apply to the use of cooking
appliances, such as hobs and gas cookers.
instantaneous water heater, boiler), ensure that there is an
adequate air supply which the heater requires for combustion.
The extractor hood can be used without restriction in circulating
Safe operation is possible provided that the partial vacuum in the air mode – with an activated carbon filter.
room in which the heater is installed does not exceed 4 Pa (0.04 For exhaust air mode a one-way flap should be installed in
mbar).
the extractor hood unless already installed in the exhaust air
pipe or wall box.
If a one-way flap is not enclosed with the extractor hood, you
purchase one from your dealer.
If the exhaust air is conveyed through the outside wall, a
telescopic wall box should be used.
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Before installation
Optimum efficiency of the extractor hood:
❑ Short, smooth exhaust pipe. ❑ As few bends as
possible.
❑ Pipe diameter as large as possible (ideally 150 mm dia.)
and wide pipe bends.
If long, rough exhaust-air pipes, many pipe bends or smaller
pipe diameters are used, the air extraction rate will no longer
be at an optimum level and there will be an increase in noise.
Exhaust air directed upwards:
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min . 293
313
195
min. 435
270
❑ Round pipes
Short exhaust air pipe: inside diameter min. 120 mm,
Longer exhaust air pipe: inside diameter min. 150 mm.
600
❑ Flat ducts must have an inside cross-section equivalent to that
of the round pipes.
• Make a hole in the top of the wall cupbo-ard, cutting out a
There should be no sharp bends. l 120 mm dia. approx.
notch for the power supply cable.
113 cm2
– template OIenclosed –.
l 150 mm dia. approx. 177 cm2
• If fitted, cut out the cupboard base to a min. depth of 270
❑ If pipe diameters differ, insert sealing strip.
mm over the entire width.
❑ Ensure that there is an adequate air supply for exhaust air
mode.
Connecting a 150 mm exhaust pipe:
❑ Attach the exhaust pipe directly to the air connector.
Exhaust air directed backwards:
Connection of 120 mm l exhaust air pipe:
Only possible inside tall wall cupboards depending on the size
❑ Attach enclosed reducing connector to the air outlet.
of the exhaust air pipe.
Holes in the air outlet must be sealed.
❑ Make a hole in the rear panel of the wall cupboard, cutting out
❑
Attach
exhaust air pipe to the reducing connector.
a notch for the power supply cable.
Circulating-air mode
❑ With activated carbon filter if exhaust-air mode is not possible.
The complete
installation set can be obtained from
specialist outlets. The corresponding
accessory numbers can be found at the end
of these opera-ting instructions.
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Preparing the wall cupboard
This extractor hood is designed to be installed in a wall
cupboard with the follo-wing dimensions:
width: 600 mm depth: 293 to 350 mm height:
min. 435 mm.
If the cupboard is deeper than 293 mm, the extractor hood can
be moved back, e.g. to put a spice rack in front of the extractor
hood.
„
Mark two attachment points on both the right and left inside faces
of the cup-board and make holes with a bradawl.
To do this, place the template OII further back.
Ensure that the cupboard is stable both during and after
installation, even if fitted at the end of a row of kitchen units.
When you drill:
2 mm diameter – max. 10 mm in depth.
Use the enclosed template OII to mark the attachment points.
• Screw on both attachment plates
• Attach the door to the cupboard and align.
Observe the minimum distance between hotplates and
extractor hood! Fig. 1.
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Fitting into wall cupboard
Check door alignment and readjust if necessary.
❑ Align the extractor hood in the cupboard.
❑ Carefully tighten both fastening screws. Check that the extractor
hood is
• Remove grease filter
secure in the cupboard.
(see Operating instructions).
• Lift the extractor hood into the cupboard from below until both
fixing lugs have locked firmly into position.
• If required, shorten the wall cover to the required dimension
(e.g. saw off). Attach the wall cover with the enclosed clips.
Screw the wall cover to the wall cupboard.
• Tighten the two fixing screws with a screwdriver
(cordless).
4. Feed the mains connection cable out of the cupboard.
5. Connect the pipes in the wall cupboard.
– If required, attach the air hose to the cupboard ceiling –.
6. Re-insert grease filter
(see Operating instructions).
Note: The extractor hood housing can be clad inside the wall
cupboard (e.g. with chipboard).
If so, observe the following:
❑ The intermediate base must not be placed on the extractor hood
housing.
❑ Never attach cladding to the housing. ❑ Provide access for
customer service.
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Fitting into wall cupboard
❑ If the extractor hood is to be installed further back in the
cupboard, the stops for the filter drawer can be moved
forwards.
❑ To do this, undo the screws, move the stops and retighten
the screws.
Attaching the handle moulding:
A handle moulding must be attached to the filter drawer.
This handle moulding may be a wooden strip which matches the
kitchen units or a handle moulding available as an optional
accessory (see optional accessories on the back page).
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O
Using the enclosed template
III, mark the attachment points on
the wooden strip and make holes with a bradawl.
When you drill:
2 mm dia – max. 10 mm in depth.
• Align handle moulding and screw to the appliance.
Weight in kg:
Exhaust air
13,0
Circulating air
13,5
We reserve the right to construction changes within the context of technical
development.
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Electrical connection
„ Preparing for re-installation:
Screw in the left and right fixing screws until the lugs are
pressed out at the sides.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED
IMPORTANT: Fitting a Different Plug:
The wires in the power cord are colour-coded as follows:
Green and Yellow
– Earth
Blue
– Neutral
Brown
– Live
If you fit your own plug, the colours of these wires may not
correspond with the identifying marks on the plug terminals.
Proceed as follows:
„
Connect the green and yellow (Earth) wire to the terminal in the
plug marked ‘E’ or with the symbol (
), or coloured green or
green and yellow.
„ Connect the blue (Neutral) wire to the terminal in the plug
marked ‘N’ or coloured black.
„
Connect the brown (Live) wire to the terminal marked ‘L’, or
coloured red.
The extractor hood may be connected to a correctly installed
earthed socket only. Attach the earthed socket near the
extractor hood in an accessible position.
❑ The earthed socket should be connected via its own power
circuit.
If appliances do not feature the OFF delay function, the
indicator may start flas-hing when the extractor hood has been
switched off for several hours via a separa-te switch, even
though the grease filters are not yet saturated.
(See instructions for use, section on filter and maintenance).
Electrical specifications:
These can be found on the rating plate inside the appliance
following removal of the filter frames.
Before carrying out repairs, always isolate the appliance.
Length of the connection cable: 1.30 m.
If permanent connection is required:
The extractor hood may only be connected by an electrician
registered with the local electricity board.
A disconnecting device must be provided on the installation side.
Switches with a contact opening of more than 3 mm and all-pole
disconnection are regarded as disconnecting devices. These
include LS switches and contactors.
This extractor hood complies with EU regulations on interference
suppression.
Removal from the wall cupboard
• Disconnect from power.
• Disconnect pipes.
• Remove filters.
•
Undo right and left fixing screws until the extractor hood cannot
drop any further.
Do not lift the extractor hood when undoing the fixing
screws.
„ Raise the extractor hood briefly until the fixing lugs detach and
the appliance can be lowered.
Fastening screws may project. When raising the extractor
hood, do not force in the filter drawer.
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D1.5: Oven
user Manual
Built-in oven HB.11B1...
[en] Instruction manual
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Ú Table of contents
Important safety information ................................................... 2
Causes of damage ................................................................ 3
Your new oven ..................................................................... 4
Control panel ........................................................................ 4
Function control knob ............................................................ 4
Timer ................................................................................... 4
Temperature control knob ...................................................... 5
Inside the oven ..................................................................... 5
Your accessories .................................................................. 5
inserting the accessories ....................................................... 5
Special accessories .............................................................. 6
Before using the oven for the first time .................................... 6
Heating the oven................................................................... 6
Cleaning the accessories ....................................................... 6
Setting the oven .................................................................... 6
Type of heating and temperature ............................................ 6
Care and cleaning ................................................................. 7
Cleaning products ................................................................. 7
Light .................................................................................... 7
Removing and refitting the wire shelves or left and right hand
side rails .............................................................................. 7
Unhooking and hanging the oven door .................................... 8
Removing and installing the door panels ................................. 8
Troubleshooting .................................................................... 9
Troubleshooting table ............................................................ 9
Changing the oven bulb ......................................................... 9
Protective glass panels ..........................................................9
After-sales service ............................................................... 10
E number and FD number .................................................... 10
Energy and environment tips ................................................ 10
Saving energy..................................................................... 10
Environmentally-friendly disposal of waste ............................. 10
Tested for you in our cooking studio ...................................... 10
Cakes and pastries.............................................................. 10
Suggestions and practical advice for baking ........................... 12
Meat, poultry, fish ................................................................ 13
Tips for roasting and grilling ................................................. 15
Au gratin dishes, soufflés, toast ............................................ 15
Ready-made products ......................................................... 15
Special dishes .................................................................... 16
Defrosting........................................................................... 16
Drying ................................................................................ 16
Acrylamide in food ............................................................... 17
Test dishes ......................................................................... 17
Baking................................................................................ 17
Grilling ............................................................................... 17
Additional information on products, accessories, replacement
parts and services can be found at www.bosch-home.com and
in the online shop www.bosch-eshop.com
: Important safety information
Read these instructions carefully. Only then
will you be able to operate your appliance
safely and correctly. Retain the instruction
manual and installation instructions for
future use or for subsequent owners.
This appliance is only intended to be fully
fitted in a kitchen. Observe the special
installation instructions.
Check the appliance for damage after
unpacking it. Do not connect the appliance if
it has been damaged in transport.
Only a licensed professional may connect
appliances without plugs. Damage caused
by incorrect connection is not covered
under warranty.
This appliance is intended for domestic use
only. The appliance must only be used for
the preparation of food and drink. The
appliance must be supervised during
operation. Only use this appliance indoors.
This appliance may be used by children
over the age of 8 years old and by persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capacity or by persons with a lack of
experience or knowledge if they are
supervised or are instructed by a person
responsible for their safety how to use the
appliance safely and have understood the
associated hazards.
Children must not play with the appliance.
Children must not clean the appliance or
carry out general maintenance unless they
are at least 8 years old and are being
supervised.
Keep children below the age of 8 years old
at a safe distance from the appliance and
power cable.
Always slide accessories into the cooking
compartment correctly. See "Description of
accessories in the instruction manual.
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Risk of fire!
8.
Combustible items stored in the
cooking compartment may catch
fire. Never store combustible
items in the cooking compartment.
Never open the appliance door if
there is smoke inside. Switch off
the appliance and unplug it from
the mains or switch off the circuit
breaker in the fuse box.
9.
A draught is created when the
appliance door is opened.
Greaseproof paper may come into
contact with the heating element
and catch fire. Do not place
greaseproof paper loosely over
accessories during preheating.
Always weight down the
greaseproof paper with a dish or a
baking tin. Only cover the surface
required with greaseproof paper.
Greaseproof paper must not
protrude over the accessories.
Risk of burns!

The appliance becomes very hot.
Never touch the interior surfaces of
the cooking compartment or the
heating elements. Always allow the
appliance to cool down. Keep
children at a safe distance.

Accessories and ovenware become
very hot. Always use oven gloves to
remove accessories or ovenware from
the cooking compartment.

Alcoholic vapours may catch fire in the
hot cooking compartment. Never
prepare food containing large
quantities of drinks with a high alcohol
content. Only use small quantities of
drinks with a high alcohol content.
Open the appliance door with care.
Risk of scalding!
•
The accessible parts become hot
during operation. Never touch the hot
parts. Keep children at a safe
distance.
•
When you open the appliance door,
hot steam may escape. Open the
appliance door with care. Keep
children at a safe distance.
•
Water in a hot cooking compartment
may create hot steam. Never pour
water into the hot cooking
compartment.
Risk of injury!
Scratched glass in the appliance door may
develop into a crack. Do not use a glass
scraper, or sharp or abrasive cleaning aids
or detergents.
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Risk of electric shock!
•
Incorrect repairs are dangerous.
Repairs may only be carried out
by one of our trained after-sales
engineers. If the appliance is
faulty, unplug the mains plug or
switch off the fuse in the fuse box.
Contact the after-sales service.
•
The cable insulation on
electrical appliances may melt
when touching hot parts of the
appliance. Never bring electrical
appliance cables into contact
with hot parts of the appliance.
•
Penetrating moisture may
cause an electric shock. Do
not use any high-pressure
cleaners or steam cleaners.
•
When replacing the cooking
compartment bulb, the bulb socket
contacts are live. Before replacing
the bulb, unplug the appliance
from the mains or switch off the
circuit breaker in the fuse box.
•
A defective appliance may cause
electric shock. Never switch on a
defective appliance. Unplug the
appliance from the mains or
switch off the circuit breaker in the
fuse box. Contact the after-sales
service.
Causes of damage
Caution!
Accessories, foil, greaseproof paper or ovenware on the
cooking compartment floor: do not place accessories on the
cooking compartment floor. Do not cover the cooking
compartment floor with any sort of foil or greaseproof paper.
Do not place ovenware on the cooking compartment floor if a
temperature of over 50 ºC has been set. This will cause heat
to accumulate. The baking and roasting times will no longer be
correct and the enamel will be damaged.
• Water in a hot cooking compartment: do not pour water into
the cooking compartment when it is hot. This will cause
steam. The temperature change can cause damage to the
enamel.
• Moist food: do not store moist food in the cooking
compartment when it is closed for prolonged periods This will
damage the enamel.
• Fruit juice: when baking particularly juicy fruit pies, do not pack
the baking tray too generously. Fruit juice dripping from the
baking tray leaves stains that cannot be removed. If possible,
use the deeper universal pan.
• Cooling with the appliance door open: only allow the cooking
compartment to cool when it is closed. Even if the appliance
door is only open a little, front panels of adjacent units could be
damaged over time.
• Very dirty door seal: If the door seal is very dirty, the
appliance door will no longer close properly when the
appliance is in use. The fronts of adjacent units could be
damaged.Always keep the door seal clean.
• Appliance door as a seat, shelf or worktop: Do not sit on the
appliance door, or place or hang anything on it. Do not place
any cookware or accessories on the appliance door.
•
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Inserting accessories: depending on the appliance model,
accessories can scratch the door panel when closing the
appliance door. Always insert the accessories into the
cooking compartment as far as they will go.
Carrying the appliance: do not carry or hold the appliance by
the door handle. The door handle cannot support the weight of
the appliance and could break.
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Your new oven
We will now describe your new oven. This chapter explains the
functions of the control panel and its individual elements.
Information is also provided about the oven's accessories and
internal components.
Control panel
Below is a general overview of the control panel. Elements may
vary according to the model.
Retractable control knobs
In some ovens, the control knobs are retractable. The control
knob is retracted or returned by pressing it when at the zero
setting.
Timer
Function control knob
Setting
The function control knob is used to select the type of heating.
Setting
Use
Û Zero setting
< 3D hot air*
The oven is off.
7 Grill with hot air
( Large surface
grill
B Defrosting
^ Light
For cakes and pastries. You can bake
cakes and pastries on three levels. A
fan located on the rear wall of the oven
disperses the heat evenly.
For roasting joints of meat, poultry and
fish. The grill heating element and the
fan switch on and off alternately. The fan
circulates the heat generated by the grill
around the food.
For grilling steaks, sausages, fish and
toasting bread. The entire surface below
the grill heating element is heated.
Defrosting, e.g. meat, poultry, bread and
cakes. The fan circulates the hot air
around the food.
The timer can be used to time periods up to 60 minutes. It
works independently from the rest of the oven settings.
Meaning
Ú
Zero setting
The timer is off.
Min.
End of programmed time
Light that appears when the
time programmed on the timer
has elapsed.
U - 60
Scale in minutes Time ranges
The equipment is programmed as follows
Turn the timer to the right until the desired time is reached.
A limit stop is located after 60 min. Do not turn the knob any
further.
Once the time has elapsed
You will hear a high- pitch sound.
Turn the control knob to the Ú setting.
For turning on the oven light.
* Type of heating used to determine the appliance's energy efficiency rating according to EN60350.
Once a type of heating has been selected the oven light is
turned on.
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Temperature control knob
Inside the oven
The temperature control knob is used to select the temperature
or the grill power level.
There is a light inside the oven. A fan prevents the oven from
overheating.
Setting
Light
The oven light remains on while the oven is working.
Ú
Meaning
Zero setting
50-270 Temperature
range
I,II and Grill power
III
The oven does not heat up.
The temperature inside the oven
in ºC.
The different levels for the large
surface grill (.
I = level 1, low
However, the light can be turned on without the oven being on
by setting the function control knob to ^.
Fan
The fan can be turned on and off as necessary. The hot air
escapes through the top of the door. Warning! Do not cover the
vent. The oven could overheat.
II = level 2, medium
III = level 3, high
When the oven heats up, the indicator light for the temperature
control knob comes on. This light goes off when heating is
paused. The indicator lamp does not light with light function ^ or
with the defrost function B.
Note: If grilling for more than 15 minutes, turn the temperature
control knob to the low setting.
Your accessories
The accessories supplied with your appliance are suitable for
making many meals. Ensure that you always insert the
accessories into the cooking compartment the right way round.
There is also a selection of optional accessories, with which you
can improve on some of your favourite dishes, or simply to make
working with your oven more convenient.
inserting the accessories
The accessories can be placed inside the oven on 5 different
levels. Always insert them as far as possible so that the
accessories do not touch the door glass.
Depending on the equipment, if the appliance has guide rails,
these will interlock slightly when fully removed. This means the
accessory can be easily inserted. To unlock, reinsert the guide
rails in the oven exerting slight pressure.
Note: Accessories may deform as they heat up. This
deformation will disappear when they cool. This does not affect
the normal operation.
Your oven is supplied with only some of the following
accessories.
Accessories may be purchased from the Technical Assistance
Service, from specialist retailers or on the Internet. Enter
the HEZ number.
Wire shelf
For cookware, baking tins, roasts,
grilled items and frozen meals.
Insert the wire shelf with the open
end facing the oven door and the
curvature downwards ¾.
Flat enamel oven tray
For cakes, pastries and biscuits.
The accessories can be removed halfway until they are
secured. This makes it easy to remove food.
When inserting an accessory in the oven, make sure the
curvature is at the rear. This is the only way to ensure it fits
perfectly.
Place the tray in the oven with its
raised lip facing the door.
Universal deep enamel tray
For juicy cakes, pastries, frozen
meals and large joints for roasting.
This can also be used as a tray to
collect the fat when roasting directly
on the wire shelf.
Place the tray in the oven with its
raised lip facing the door.
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5
3
Special accessories
Accessories may be purchased from the Technical Assistance
Service or from specialist retailers. There is a wide range of
accessories available for the oven in our catalogues and on the
Internet. Ordering online and the availability of special
accessories changes from country to country. Consult your
purchase documentation.
Not all of the special accessories are suitable for all appliances.
When purchasing, always give the exact name (E-Nr.) of your
appliance.
Special accessories
HEZ number
Use
Flat enamel oven tray
Universal deep enamel tray
HEZ361000
HEZ362000
Wire shelf
HEZ364000
Pizza tray
HEZ317000
Glass casserole dish
HEZ915001
Triple removable guide rails
HEZ368301
For cakes, pastries and biscuits.
For juicy pies, pastries, frozen meals and large joints for roasting. This can also be used as a tray to collect the fat when
roasting directly on the wire shelf.
For cookware, baking tins, roasts, items placed directly on a
wire shelf and frozen meals.
Ideal for pizza, frozen foods, or large round cakes. The pizza
tray can be used instead of the universal deep tray. Place the
tray on the wire shelf and follow the indications in the tables.
The glass casserole dish is ideal for preparing stews and
foods that need browning in the oven. It is especially suitable
for automatic programmes and automatic roasting.
The triple guide rails at heights 1, 2 and 3 ensure that accessories can be fully removed without them tipping over.
Before using the oven for the first time
In this section, you can find out what you must do before using
your oven to prepare food for the first time. First read the section
on Safety information.
2. Select 240 ºC with the temperature control knob.
Heating the oven
Cleaning the accessories
To remove the "new" smell, heat the oven empty with the door
closed. The most effective option is to heat the oven for one hour
with 3D < hot air at 240 ºC. Make sure that no packaging has
been left in the oven first.
Before using the accessories for the first time, clean them
thoroughly using a cloth, hot water and a little soap.
Turn the oven off after one hour. To do this, turn the control
knob to zero.
1. Use the function control knob to select 3D < hot air.
Setting the oven
There are various ways in which you can set your oven. Here we
will explain how you can select the desired type of heating and
temperature or grill setting.
Type of heating and temperature
Example in the picture: 3D < hot air at 190 ºC.
Switching off the oven
Turn the function selector to the off position.
Changing the settings
The type of heating and temperature or grill setting can be
changed at any time using their respective selectors.
„ Select the type of heating using the function control knob.
„ Select the temperature or grill power level with the
temperature control knob.
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Care and cleaning
If cleaned and properly cared for, your oven will keep its bright
appearance and operating performance for many years to come.
Advice on how to care for and clean your oven is provided
below.
Notes
„ Different colours may be seen in your front panel due to the
various materials used in its manufacture, such as glass,
plastic and metal.
„ Dark patches in the door's glass panel may seem to be dirt but
they are in fact reflections from the oven light.
„ Enamel burns at very high temperatures. This may cause
slight discolouration. This is normal and does not affect the
oven's operation. The edges of thin baking trays may not be
completely enamelled. They may therefore feel slightly rough,
although their corrosive protection will be unaffected.
Zone
Wire shelves or rails
Sliding guides
Accessories
Cleaning products
Hot water and a little soap:
Soak and clean using a dishcloth or
brush.
Hot water and a little soap:
Clean with a dishcloth or a brush.
Do not leave this to soak or wash in
a dishwasher.
Hot water and a little soap:
Soak and clean using a dishcloth or
brush.
Light
The oven light can be turned on manually to facilitate cleaning.
Cleaning products
Turning on the oven light
Follow the indications provided in the table to avoid damaging
the various oven surfaces by using unsuitable cleaning
products. Do not use
Turn the function control knob to the ^ position.
•
abrasive or acidic cleaning products
•
strong products containing alcohol
•
scourers or hard sponges
•
high-pressure or steam cleaners
Wash new dishcloths thoroughly before use.
Zone
Front panel
Cleaning products
Hot water and a little soap:
Clean with a dishcloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Do not use a glass cleaning product or a glass scraper.
Stainless steel
Hot water and a little soap:
Clean with a dishcloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Immediately remove any
water marks, grease, cornflower or
egg white stains since corrosion
could occur underneath these marks
or stains.
Special products for the care of
stainless steel and which are suitable for hot surfaces may be obtained
from Technical Assistance Service
centres and specialist retail outlets.
Use a very fine soft cloth to apply
the cleaning product.
Glass panel
Glass cleaning products:
Clean using a soft cloth. Do not use
a glass scraper.
Glass panels on oven
Glass cleaning products:
door
Clean using a soft cloth. Do not use
a glass scraper.
Oven interior
Hot water with a little soap or water
and vinegar:
Clean with a dishcloth.
If very dirty, use a stainless steel
scourer or special oven cleaning
products. These must only be used
when the oven interior is cold.
Glass cover for the oven Hot water and a little soap:
light
Clean with a dishcloth.
The seal
Hot water and a little soap:
Do not remove!
Clean with a dishcloth. Do not rub.
The light will come on. The temperature control knob must be
turned off.
Turning the oven light off
Turn the function control knob to the Ûposition.
Removing and refitting the wire shelves or left
and right hand side rails
The wire shelves or left and right hand side rails can be
removed for cleaning. The oven must be cold.
Release the guides or rails
• Lift the front of the guide or rail and release it (figure A).
• Then pull the guide or rail forwards completely and remove it
(figure B).
Clean the guides or rails with detergents and a sponge. The
use of a brush is recommended for stubborn stains.
Install the wire shelves or rails
• First insert the shelf or the rail in the rear groove by pushing it
back slightly (figure A)
• then insert it in the front groove (figure B).
Wire shelves or rails can be adjusted on the left and right hand
side. Their curvature should always be face down.
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Unhooking and hanging the oven door
The front panel can be unhooked to help remove the oven door
and clean the glass panels.
The oven door hinges are fitted with a locking lever. The door
cannot be unhooked if the locking lever is closed (figure A).
Once the locking lever has been opened to unhook the door
(figure B), the hinges will be locked in position. This prevents
the door from suddenly closing.
• Reclose the attachment levers (picture C). Close the oven
door.
: Risk of injuries.!
Do not touch the hinges; the door might accidentally fall or a
hinge might suddenly close. Notify the Technical Assistance
Service.
Removing and installing the door panels
: Risk of injuries.!
The hinges may close suddenly if they are not locked in
position by the lever. Note that the locking levers are always
closed, apart from when unhooking the door, when the levers
must be open.
To facilitate cleaning, you can remove the glass panels from the
oven door.
Dismantling
• Unhook the oven door and place it on a cloth with its handle
pointing downwards.
Unhooking the door
• Remove the upper cover from the oven door. To do this,
• Fully open the oven door.
press with your fingers on the tabs on the left and right
(Figure A).
• Lift and remove the top glass panel (Figure B).
• Remove both locking levers located on the right and left hand
sides (figure A).
• Fully close the oven door as far as possible (figure B). Grip
the left and right hand sides of the door with both hands.
Close the door slightly more and remove it.
In doors with three glass panels, the following step will also be
necessary:
4. Lift and remove the glass panel (Figure C).
Hanging the door
Rehang the door by following the same steps but in reverse
order.
• When refitting the door, check that both hinges are
positioned exactly inside their respective openings (picture
A).
• The bottom groove of the hinges must fit snugly on both
sides.
Clean the glass panels using a glass cleaning product and a
soft cloth.
Do not use abrasive or corrosive cleaning products, glass
scrapers or hard metal scourers as these could damage the
glass.
: Risk of injury!
Scratched glass in the appliance door may develop into a
The door may be left crooked if the hinges are not mounted properly.
crack. Do not use a glass scraper, or sharp or abrasive
cleaning aids or detergents.
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Fit and tighten the cover.
• Refit the oven door.
Installing
Follow steps 2 to 4 with doors that have two glass panels.
Once the glass panels have been correctly fitted, the oven is
ready to use.
When installing, ensure that the "right above" inscription on the
lower left part is inverted.
• Insert the glass panel by tilting it backwards (Figure A).
• Insert the upper glass panel on both mounts by tilting it
backwards. Ensure that its smooth surface is facing
outwards. (Figure B)
•
Troubleshooting
Quite often, when there is a malfunction, it is usually a small
irregularity which is easy to rectify. Before contacting the
Technical Assistance Service, try to determine the cause of the
fault using the following table.
Troubleshooting table
Fault
The oven does
not work.
Possible cause
The fuse has
blown.
Power cut
Changing the oven bulb
If the oven light bulb is damaged it must be replaced. Special
25 W, E14, 220 V-240 V heat- resistant light bulbs (to 300 ºC
temperature) can be obtained from the Technical Support
Service or in specialist shops. Only use this type of bulb.
: Risk of electrical discharge and the resulting shock.!
Solution/advice
Check the condition of the
fuse in the fuse box.
Check that the light in the
kitchen and other household appliances are working.
Disconnect the appliance from the mains. Ensure that this is
turned off.
• Place a dishcloth into the cold oven to avoid damage.
• Remove the glass protection by unscrewing it to the left.
: Risk of electric shock.!
Incorrect repairs can be dangerous. Repairs can only be
carried out by qualified personnel from the Technical
Assistance Service.
„ Replace the bulb with a similar bulb.
„ Screw the protection glass back into place.
„ Remove the dishcloth and switch the oven back on at the
mains.
Protective glass panels
Damaged protective glass panels must be replaced. Protective
glass panels cay be obtained from the Technical Assistance
Service. Please quote your appliance's product number and
production number.
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After-sales service O
Please note that there will be a fee for a visit by a service
technician in the event of a malfunction, even during the
warranty period.
Please find the contact data of all countries in the enclosed
customer service list.
After-sales service
Our after-sales service is there for you if your appliance needs to
be repaired. We will always find the right solution in order to avoid
unnecessary visits from a service technician.
E number and FD number
When calling us, please give the product number (E no.) and the
production number (FD no.) so that we can provide you with the
correct advice. The rating plate containing these numbers can be
found on the right-hand side of the oven door. You can make a
note of the numbers of your appliance and the telephone number
of the after-sales service in the space below to save time should
it be required.
E no.
To book an engineer visit and product advice
GB
0844 8928979
Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to 3 pence
per minute. A call set-up fee of up to 6 pence may apply.
IE
01450 2655
Trust the expertise of the manufacturer, and rest assured that
the repair will be carried out by trained service technicians
using original spare parts for your domestic appliance.
FD no.
Energy and environment tips
Here you can find tips on how to save energy when baking and
roasting and how to dispose of your appliance properly.
„
Saving energy
„
„
„
„
Preheat the oven only if this is required by a recipe or is
indicated in the tables.
Use dark, lacquered or black enamel baking tins. These are
more efficient at absorbing heat.
Keep the oven door closed during cooking, baking and
roasting cycles.
When baking several cakes, these should be preferably
baked one after the other. The oven will still be hot, thereby
reducing the cooking time for the second cake. Two
rectangular baking tins can be placed side-by-side.
For long cooking times, the oven may be turned off
10 minutes prior to the specified time, allowing the item to
continue to cook but taking advantage of the oven's residual
heat.
Environmentally-friendly disposal of waste
Dispose of packaging with the environment in mind.
This appliance is identified according to the Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive WEEE
2002/96/EC. This directive defines the framework for
the recycling and reuse of appliances used in EU
territory.
Tested for you in our cooking studio
•
Here you will find a selection of dishes and the ideal settings for
them. We will show you which type of heating and which
temperature are best suited for your dish. You can find
information about suitable accessories and the height at which
they should be inserted. There are also tips about cookware and
preparation methods.
•
Use the accessories supplied. Additional accessories may
be obtained as special accessories from specialist retailers
or from the after-sales service.
Before using the oven, remove any unnecessary
accessories and ovenware from the cooking compartment.
Always use oven gloves when taking hot accessories
or ovenware out of the cooking compartment.
Notes
• The values in the table always apply to dishes placed into the
cooking compartment when it is cold and empty.
Only preheat the appliance if the table specifies that you
should do so. Do not line the accessories with greaseproof
paper until after they have been preheated.
• The times specified in the tables are guidelines only. They will
depend on the quality and composition of the food.
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Use the 3D < Hot air mode.
Cakes and pastries
Baking on two levels:
Baking on one level
•
Universal tray: level 3.
When baking using the 3D < Hot air function, the following levels
are recommended for the accessories:
„ Cakes in tins: level 2
•
Oven tray: level 1.
„
Cakes on the tray: level 3
Baking at different levels
Baking on three levels:
•
Universal tray: level 5.
•
Oven tray: level 3.
•
Oven tray: level 1.
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Trays put in the oven at the same time are not necessarily
ready at the same time.
In these tables you will find numerous tips for your dishes.
If 3 rectangular cakes tins are used at the same time, place on
the wire shelf as shown in the diagram.
Baking tins
It is best to use dark-coloured metal baking tins.
Baking times are increased when light- coloured baking tins
made of thin metal or glass dishes are used, and cakes do not
brown so evenly.
If you wish to use silicone baking tins, use the information and
recipes provided by the manufacturer as a guide. Silicone
baking tins are often smaller than normal tins. The amount of
mixture and recipe instructions may differ.
Tables
The tables show the ideal type of heating for the various cakes
and pastries. The temperature and baking time depend on the
amount and composition of the mixture. This is why temperature
ranges are given in the tables. You should try the lower
temperature first, since a lower temperature results in more even
browning. You can increase the temperature next time if
necessary.
If you preheat the oven, the baking time is shortened by 5 to 10
minutes.
Additional information can be found in the Baking tips section
following the tables.
Cakes in tins
Cake tin
Level
Type of
heating
Easy sponge cake
Crown-shaped cake tin/
rectangular cake tin
2
<
3 rectangular cake tins
3+1
Batter dough cakes, fine
Crown-shaped cake tin/
rectangular cake tin
2
Tart base, sponge cake dough
Tart tin
2
Fine fruitcake, sponge cake dough
Round/springform tin
2
Sponge cake base, 2 eggs (preheat)
Tart tin
2
Sponge cake base, 6 eggs (preheat)
Springform tin
2
Shortcrust pastry base with edge
Springform tin
2
Cheese cake or fruit tart, shortcrust pastry base*
Springform tin
2
Quiche
Pizza tray
3
Sponge in concentric cake tin
Concentric cake tin
2
Savoury cake*
Springform tin
2
Temperature
in °C
160-180
Time
in minutes
60-75
<
<
140-160
70-90
140-160
60-70
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
160-180
20-30
150-170
50-60
160-180
20-30
140-160
40-50
160-180
25-35
150-170
70-90
180-200
40-50
150-170
60-70
170-190
45-55
* Let the cake cool for 20 minutes with the oven switched off and closed.
Baking a cake prepared on a tray
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Time
in minutes
Dry layer sponge cake
Universal tray
3
160-180
20-30
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
150-170
35-45
Universal tray
3
160-180
25-35
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
140-160
40-50
Universal tray
3
150-170
25-35
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
150-170
35-45
Universal tray
3
160-180
40-50
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
150-170
50-60
Swiss roll (preheating)
Universal tray
3
170-190
15-20
Plaited loaf made with 500 g of flour
Universal tray
3
150-170
25-35
Bread roll made with 500 g of flour
Universal tray
3
160-180
60-70
Pizza
Universal tray
3
180-210
30-40
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
190-200
40-50
Fruit or liquid layer sponge cake
Dry layer yeast dough
Fruit or liquid layer yeast dough
160
Small pastries
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature Time
in °C
in minutes
Pastries and biscuits
Universal tray
3
140-160
15-25
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
130-150
25-35
2 oven trays + universal tray
5+3+1
130-150
25-40
Universal tray
3
140-150
25-35
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
140-150
30-45
2 oven trays + universal tray
5+3+1
140-150
30-45
Universal tray
3
100-120
25-35
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
100-120
35-45
2 oven trays + universal tray
5+3+1
110-120
30-45
Meringues
Universal tray
3
80-100
100-150
Fruit tartlets
Wire shelf with small sponge cake tray
3
160-180
20-25
2 wire shelves with small sponge cake tray
3+1
160-180
25-35
Universal tray
3
190-200
25-35
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
190-200
30-40
2 oven trays + universal tray
5+3+1
170-180
35-45
Universal tray
3
170-190
20-30
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
<
<
<
160-180
25-35
Tea biscuits (preheating)
Macaroons
Puff pastry
Yeast dough
Bread and rolls
Preheat the oven for bread-making unless otherwise instructed.
Do not spill water directly into the oven when it is hot.
Bread and rolls
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Time
in minutes
Yeast bread made using 1.2 kg of flour
Universal tray
2
<
270
5
200
30-40
270
5
190
35-45
250-270
10-15
190-210
20-30
Fermented dough bread made using 1.2 kg of flour
Universal tray
2
Flat bread
Universal tray
3
Bread rolls (no preheating)
Oven tray
3
<
<
<
Suggestions and practical advice for baking
If you want to use your own recipe.
You can therefore check if your sponge
cake is ready.
The cake is too flat.
The cake has a peaked centre, but the
edges are lower.
The cake is too brown on top.
The cake is too dry.
The cake or pie (e. g. cheese pie) looks
fine but has not finished cooking properly in the centre (watery).
Pastries are not evenly browned.
The fruit pie is not brown enough at the
bottom.
The fruit juices are spilling out.
The similar recipes shown in the tables can be used as guidance.
About 10 minutes before the end of the cooking time indicated in the recipe, insert a
wooden skewer into the top of the cake. The cake will be ready if the skewer comes out
clean.
Next time use less liquid or lower the oven temperature by 10 degrees. Bear in mind the
mixing times indicated in the recipe.
Do not grease the sides of the springform tin. After baking, carefully remove the cake
with a knife.
Put it lower down in the oven, select a lower temperature and leave it to bake for longer.
Insert a skewer in the cake when it is finished. Then pour a few drops of fruit juice or
alcoholic drink over the cake. Next time, increase the oven temperature by 10 degrees
and reduce the cooking time.
Next time, use less liquid and leave the product for a little longer in the oven, at a lower
temperature. For cakes with a liquid layer, firstly bake the base. Cover the base with
almonds or breadcrumbs and add the coating. Bear in mind the recipes and cooking
times.
Select a lower temperature and the pastries will brown more uniformly. Overhanging
greaseproof paper may affect air circulation. Always trim greaseproof paper to fit the
baking tray.
Next time put the pie in at a lower level.
Next time use the universal tray if available.
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16
2
Small pastries made with yeast may
stick together during baking.
Various levels have been used for baking. Pastries on the upper tray are
browner than those on the lower tray.
When baking juicy pies, condensation
forms.
Leave a space of about 2 cm between them. Then they will have enough space to rise
and brown on all sides.
To bake on several levels, always select the 3D Hot air option <. Trays put in the oven
at the same time are not necessarily ready at the same time.
During baking, steam may be produced which escapes through the top of the door.
Steam may condense on the control panel or on the front of adjacent units and drip in
the form of condensation. This is simply due to the laws of physics.
Meat, poultry, fish
Cookware
Any heatproof cookware can be used. For large roasts, the
enamel tray can also be used.
It is best to use glass containers. Check that the lid of the
cookware will fit and close properly.
Grilling
Always use the grill with the oven closed.
For grilling, preheat the oven for about 3 minutes before the
food is placed inside the oven.
Place the pieces directly on the wire shelf. If only one piece is
prepared, it is best if placed in the centre of the wire shelf.
Place the enamel tray at level 1. The tray will help keep the
If using enamel containers, add more liquid.
When using stainless steel pans, the meat does not brown well
and may even be left rare. If so, lengthen the cooking time.
Data shown in tables:
Uncovered cookware = open
Covered cookware = closed
Always place cookware in the centre of the wire shelf.
Hot glass cookware should be placed on a dry dishcloth. The
glass could shatter if rested on a wet or cold surface.
Roasting
Add in a little liquid if the meat is lean. Cover the base of the
ovenware with approx. ½ cm of liquid.
Add liquid generously for pot roasts. Cover the base of the
ovenware with approx. 1 - 2 cm of liquid.
The amount of liquid depends on the type of meat and the
material the ovenware is made of. If preparing meat in an
enamelled roasting dish, it will need a little more liquid than if
cooked in glass ovenware.
Roasting dishes made from stainless steel are not ideal. The
meat cooks more slowly and browns less fully. Use a higher
temperature and/or a longer cooking time.
oven clean by catching any meat juices.
Do not place the baking tray or universal tray at level 4 or 5.
Due to the extreme heat, it could be deformed and cause
damage to the oven interior when it is removed.
In so far as it is possible, use pieces of the same thickness.
This will help them brown evenly and remain juicy. Salt the
fillets after grilling.
Turn the pieces after Z the time has elapsed.
The grill resistance switches on and off automatically. This is
normal. The frequency depends on the chosen power level.
Meat
Turn pieces of meat halfway through the cooking time.
When the roast is ready, turn off the oven and allow it to rest for
an additional 10 minutes. This allows better distribution of the
meat juices.
After cooking, wrap sirloin in aluminium foil and leave it to rest
for 10 minutes in the oven.
For roast pork with a rind, score the rind in a crossways pattern,
then lay the roast in the dish with the rind at the bottom.
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Meat
Weight
Accessories and cookware Level
Heating
type
Temperature
at °C, grill power
Time
in minutes
Beef stew
1.5 kg
covered
2
200-220
130
Steak, medium rare
1.0 kg
uncovered
2
200-220
60-70
Roast beef, medium rare
1.0 kg
uncovered
1
220-240
60
Wire shelf + universal tray
5+1
<
<
7
(
3
15
<
<
170-190
110
180-200
140
7
7
190-210
120
180-200
150
7
7
7
7
<
(
7
170-190
170
190-210
130
180-200
160
170-190
190
180-200
110
3
20
3
10
Beef
Beefsteak, 3 cm thick, medium rare
Veal
Roast veal
1.0 kg
uncovered
2
Leg of veal
1.5 kg
uncovered
2
1.0 kg
Wire shelf + universal tray
1
Pork
Roast without bacon (e. g. nape)
Roast with bacon (e. g. shoulder)
Roast pork, lean
1.5 kg
1
2.0 kg
1
1.0 kg
uncovered
1
1.5 kg
1
2.0 kg
1
1.5 kg
uncovered
2
Beefsteak, 2 cm thick
Wire shelf + universal tray
5+1
Pork medallions, 3 cm thick
Wire shelf + universal tray
5+1
Meat
Weight
Accessories and cookware Level
Heating
type
Temperature
at °C, grill power
Time
in minutes
Lamb loin with bone
1.5 kg
uncovered
2
190--210
60
Boned leg of lamb, medium rare
1.5 kg
uncovered
1
7
7
150-170
120
Boned leg of venison
1.5 kg
covered
2
180-200
100
Roast venison
1.5 kg
covered
2
180-200
120
Rabbit
2.0 kg
covered
2
<
<
<
200-220
60
500 g of
meat
uncovered
1
7
180-200
80
Wire shelf + universal tray
4+1
(
3
15
Lamb
Game
Minced meat
Minced meat casserole
Sausages
Sausages
Poultry
The weights of the table are for unstuffed birds ready to roast.
Place whole birds on the wire shelf initially with the breast side
down. Turn once after Z the estimated time.
Turn pieces of meat such as turkey pieces or turkey breasts over
after half the cooking time has elapsed. Turn the pieces of
poultry after Z the time has elapsed.
If cooking duck or goose, prick the skin below the wings to
release the fat.
The birds can be made brown and crunchy if they are smeared
with butter, brine or orange juice more or less at the end of
cooking time.
If grilling directly on the shelf, place the enamel tray on level 1.
Poultry
Weight
Accessories and
cookware
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Time
in minutes
Chicken, whole
1.2 kg
Wire shelf
2+1
200-220
60-70
Poularde, whole
1.6 kg
Wire shelf
2+1
190-210
80-90
Chicken, halves
500 g each
Wire shelf
2
220-240
40-50
Chicken pieces
150 g each
Wire shelf
3
210-230
30-40
Chicken pieces
300 g each
Wire shelf
3
7
7
7
7
7
220-240
35-45
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Duck, whole
2.0 kg
Wire shelf
2+1
Duck breasts
300 g each
Wire shelf
3
Goose, whole
3.5-4.0 kg
Wire shelf
2+1
Goose thighs
400 g each
Wire shelf
3
Small turkey, whole
3.0 kg
Wire shelf
2+1
Turkey oysters
1.0 kg
Wire shelf
2
7
7
7
7
7
7
190-210
100-110
240-260
30-40
170-190
120-140
220-240
50-60
180-200
80-100
180-200
90-100
Fish
Turn the fish pieces after Z the time has elapsed.
Whole fish do not need to be turned over. Bake whole fish in
swimming position with the dorsal fin up. So that the fish remains
stable, place a cut potato or a small container suitable for baking
into the abdomen of the fish.
To cook fish fillets, add a few tablespoons of liquid when
cooking.
If grilling directly on the shelf, place the enamel tray on level 1.
Fish
Weight
Accessories and
cookware
Level
Heating
type
Temperature at °C,
grill power
Time
in minutes
Fish, whole
approx. 300 g
Wire shelf
2
2
20-25
1.0 kg
Wire shelf
2+1
210-230
45-55
1.5 kg
Wire shelf
2+1
180-200
60-70
Ventresca fish, 3 cm thick
Wire shelf
3
2
20-25
Fish fillet
covered
2
(
4
7
(
<
210-230
20-30
14
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Tips for roasting and grilling
The table does not contain information
for the weight of the joint.
How to tell when the roast is ready.
Select the next lowest weight from the instructions and extend the time.
Use a meat thermometer (available from specialist shops) or carry out a “spoon test”.
Press down on the roast with a spoon. If it feels firm, it is ready. If the spoon can be
pressed in, it needs to be cooked for a little longer.
Check the shelf height and temperature.
The roast is too dark and the crackling
is partly burnt.
The roast looks good but the juices are
Next time, use a smaller roasting dish or add more liquid.
burnt.
The roast looks good but the juices are
Next time, use a larger roasting dish and use less liquid.
too clear and watery.
Steam rises from the roast when basted. This is normal and due to the laws of physics. The majority of the steam escapes through
the steam outlet. It may settle and form condensation on the cooler switch panel or on the
fronts of adjacent units.
Au gratin dishes, soufflés, toast
Always place the cookware on the wire shelf.
To roast directly on the wire shelf without containers, insert the
enamelled tray at level 1. This will keep the oven cleaner.
The result of an au gratin dish depends on the size of the
cookware and the height of the gratin. The data shown in the
table are only given as a guide.
Food
Accessories and cookware
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
Time
at °C, grill power in minutes
Au gratin dishes, dessert
Tin for au gratin cooking
3
160-180
45-55
Soufflé
Tin for au gratin cooking
2
170-190
40-50
Ramekins
3
190-210
25-30
Pasta au gratin
Tin for au gratin cooking
3
170-190
40-50
Lasagne
Tin for au gratin cooking
2
<
<
<
<
<
170-190
40-50
Au gratin dishes
Potato gratin with raw ingredients, max. 4 cm
in height
Tin for au gratin cooking
2
7
160-180
60-80
4 pieces, au gratin
Wire shelf
3
160-170
10-15
12 pieces, au gratin
Wire shelf
3
7
7
160-170
15-20
Au gratin dishes
Toast
Ready-made products
Read the manufacturer's instructions on the packaging.
When covering accessories with baking paper, ensure that the
paper is suitable for high temperatures. Cut the paper to the size
of the dish to be prepared.
The result depends directly on the type of food. There may be
irregularities and colour differences in raw products.
Food
Accessories
Level
Type of heating
Temperature in °C Time in minutes
Universal tray
2
220-240
10-15
Universal tray + wire shelf
3+1
180-200
25-35
Universal tray
2
210-230
20-25
Universal tray + wire shelf
3+1
170-190
30-40
Pizza-baguette
Universal tray
3
170-190
20-25
Mini pizza
Universal tray
3
<
<
<
<
<
<
180-200
10-20
Universal tray
3
<
200-220
10-15
Pizza, deep frozen
Thin base pizza
Thick base pizza
Pizza, frozen
Pizza (preheating)
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16
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Food
Accessories
Level
Type of heating
Temperature in °C Time in minutes
Universal tray
2
190-210
25-30
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
<
<
190-200
35-45
Croquettes
Universal tray
3
190-210
20-25
Potato cakes, stuffed potatoes
Universal tray
3
<
<
200-220
20-30
Universal tray
3
<
170-190
10-15
Universal tray
3
170-190
15-20
Universal tray + wire shelf
3+1
<
<
160-180
20-25
Potato-based products, deep frozen
Chips
Bakery products, deep frozen
Bread rolls and baguettes
Bakery products, pre-baked
Bread rolls and baguettes
• Pour the mixture into jars or bowls and cover them with
Special dishes
transparent film.
At low temperatures, a good creamy yoghurt and a spongy
yeast dough can be obtained.
First remove accessories and wire shelves or left and righthand side rails from inside the oven.
Making yoghurt
Leaving yeast dough to rise
„ Boil 1 litre of milk (3.5 % fat) and allow it to cool to about 40
• Prepare the yeast dough as usual. Pour the dough into a
°C.
„ Mix 150 g of yoghurt (at fridge temperature).
• Preheat the oven as instructed.
• Preheat the oven as instructed.
• Now, place the bowls or jars on the bottom of the oven and
prepare as follows.
heat-resistant ceramic baking dish and cover it.
• Turn off the appliance and allow the dough to rise inside the
oven.
Food
Yoghurt
Cookware
Place the bowls or
jars
Level
Type of heating
at the bottom of the <
oven
Allow the dough with
yeast to rise
Place a heat resist- at the bottom of the
ant cookware
oven
Time
5 min.
50 °C
Preheat to 50 °C
8h
5-10 min.
turn off the appliance and place
the dough inside the oven.
20-30 min.
Remove frozen food from the container and place in
appropriate cookware on the wire shelf.
Place the bird on a dish with the breast facing down.
Defrosting
Defrosting time depends on the type and quantity of food.
Read and note the manufacturer's instructions on the
packaging.
Frozen products
For example, cream cakes, buttercream tarts, chocolate or
sugar-coated cakes, fruit, chicken, sausages and meat,
bread, rolls, pies and other pastries
<
Temperature
Preheat to 50 °C
Accessories
Shelf
Level
1
Type of heating
B
Temperature
The temperature control
knob remains off.
Drying
Place the universal tray on level 3 and the shelf on level 1.
Use only fruit and vegetables that are in perfect condition and
wash them thoroughly first.
Drain well and dry thoroughly.
Cover the universal tray and shelf with special baking
parchment or greaseproof paper. .
Food
Level
Type of heating
Temperature in °C
Cooking time, hours
600 g of sliced apples
1+3
80
approximately 5 h
800 g of pears cut into chunks
1+3
80
approximately 8 h
1.5 kg of cherries
1+3
80
approximately 8-10 h
200 g of cleaned, fresh herbs
1+3
<
<
<
<
80
approximately 1½ h
Note: If the fruit or vegetables contain a lot of juice or water,
they will have to be turned over several times. Once dried,
remove them from the paper immediately.
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rolls, bread and pastries (biscuits, spiced biscuits, Christmas
biscuits).
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Acrylamide in food
Acrylamide is produced particularly in cereal and potato
products prepared at high temperatures, e. g., chips, toast,
Tips for preparing food with a low acrylamide content
General
Baking
■
Keep the cooking time to a minimum.
■
Brown the food, making sure it is not overtoasted.
■
Large, thick pieces of food contain a low acrylamide content.
With top and bottom heat max. 200 °C
With 3D Hot air max. 180 °C.
Pastries and biscuits
With top and bottom heat max. 190 °C.
With 3D Hot air max. 170 °C.
Eggs or egg yolks reduce the formation of acrylamide.
Spread them evenly on a single layer in the baking tray. Bake at least 400 g on each
baking tray so that the chips do not dry out
Oven potato chips
Test dishes
These tables have been produced for test institutes to facilitate
the inspection and testing of the various appliances.
In accordance with EN 50304/EN 60350 (2009) and IEC
60350.
Covered apple pie on level 1:
Place dark springform tins with some space between them.
Covered apple pie on 2 levels:
Place dark springform tins on top of one another.
Baking
Baking on 2 levels:
Always place the universal deep tray on the upper level and the
flat oven tray on the lower level.
Baking on 3 levels:
Always place the universal deep tray on the upper level.
Tea biscuits:
Trays put in the oven at the same time are not necessarily
ready at the same time.
Food
Tea biscuits
(preheating)
Accessories and tins
Oven tray
Level
3
Heating type
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
2 oven trays + universal tray
5+3+1
Oven tray
3
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
2 oven trays + universal tray
5+3+1
Universal tray
3
Universal tray + oven tray
3+1
Tart base
Springform tin on the wire shelf
2
Covered apple pie
Wire shelf + 2 springform tins Ø 20 cm
3
2 wire shelves + 2 springform tins Ø 20 cm
3+1
Small cakes
(pre-heating)
Flat yeast cake
Temperature in °C
140-150
Time in minutes
25-35
<
<
<
140-150
30-45
140-150
30-45
150-160
25-35
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
140-160
35-45
140-150
35-45
140-160
35-45
160-170
30-40
165-175
35-45
160-180
75-95
180-190
70-85
<
Wire shelves and baking trays may be obtained as optional accessories from specialist retail outlets.
Grilling
If food is placed directly on the wire shelf, place the enamel tray
at level 1. The tray will help keep the oven clean by catching any
meat juices.
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Food
Accessories
Level
Type of heating
Grill power
Time in minutes
Brown toast (preheat for 10 min.)
Shelf
5
3
½-2
12 beefburgers* (no pre-heating)
Grill + enamel tray
4+1
(
(
3
25-30
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D1.6: Dishwasher user Manual Washing the dishes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Table of contents
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Before you switch ON the appliance . .
4
Delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
In daily use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
Children in the household . . . . . . . . . .
4
Door lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5
Damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5
Getting to know your appliance
......5
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5
Appliance interior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Rinse aid % . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Setting amount of rinse aid . . . . . . . . .
6
Switching off rinse-aid refill indicator . .
6
Utensils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Not suitable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7
Glass and utensil damage
......... 7
Loading the dishwasher
........... 7
Unloading the dishwasher
......... 7
Cups and glasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7
Pans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8
Cutlery basket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Etagere . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8
Folding spikes
..................
8
Small accessories holder
.......... 9
Knife shelf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9
Adjusting the height of the basket
... 9
Detergent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Adding detergent
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Overview of programmes
. . . . . . . . . . 12
Programme selection
. . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Information for test institutes . . . . . . . 13
Additional options
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Express Wash/ Speed Perfect
(VarioSpeed) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Intensive zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Hygiene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Half load . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Extra drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
14
Aqua sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Switching on the appliance . . . . .
. . . 14 Timer programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 End of programme . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . 14 Interrupting the programme . . . . . . . . 14 Terminating the
programme . . . . . . . 14 Changing the programme . . . . . . . . . 14 Intensive
drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Maintenance and care . . . . . . . . . . . . .
15
Overall condition of the machine . . . . 15 Rinse aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . 15 Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Spray arms . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . 16
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
17
Waste water pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
... when the appliance is switched on
18
... on the appliance
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
... during the wash cycle
. . . . . . . . . . 18
... on the utensils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . 20
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . 20 Technical specifications . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Installation . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . 21 Waste-water connection . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Fresh water
connection . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Removing the appliance . . . . . . . . . . 21 Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . 22
Protection against frost
(Emptying the appliance) . . . . . . . . . . 22
Waste disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
22
Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Old appliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 22
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Safety instructions
Children from 8 years of age or people whose physical, sensory or mental abilities or their lack of experience or knowledge prevent them from using
the appliance safely must not use this appliance without supervision or instruction by a responsible person.
Before you switch ON the appliance
Please read the operating and installation instructions carefully. They contain important information on how to install, use and maintain the appliance.
Retain all documents for subsequent use or for the next owner.
Delivery
– Check the packaging and dishwasher immediately for damage caused in transit. Do not switch on a damaged appliance, but contact your supplier.
– Please dispose of the packaging material in an environmentally friendly manner.
– Do not let children play with packaging and its parts. There is a risk of suffocation from collapsible boxes and film.
Installation
Read the “Installation” chapter to learn how to install and connect the appliance correctly.
In daily use
– This appliance is intended for use in the home and the home environment.
– Use the dishwasher only in the household and only for its designed purpose: for washing domestic dishes.
– The appliance is not designed to be used by small children or frail people unless they have been instructed accordingly by a responsible person,
thereby ensuring that they can operate the appliance safely. Small children must be instructed not to play with the appliance.
– Do not lean or sit on the open door. The appliance could tip.
– Please note that free-standing appliances may tip over if the baskets are overloaded.
– Do not add any solvents to the washing chamber. Danger of explosion!
– Open the door carefully when the programme is still running. There is a risk of hot water spraying out of the appliance.
– To prevent injuries, e.g. caused by stumbling, open the dishwasher only briefly in order to load and unload the dishwasher.
– Read and observe the safety information and instructions for use on the packaging for cleaning and rinsing agents.
Ã=Warning
Knives and other utensils with sharp points must be placed in the cutlery basket with the points downwards or horizontally on the knife shelf *.
* depending on model
Children in the household
– If fitted, use the childproof lock. An exact description can be found in the back of the envelope.
– Do not allow children to play with or operate the appliance.
– Keep children away from detergents and rinse aid. These may cause chemical burns in the mouth, throat and eyes or asphyxiation.
– Keep children away from open dishwasher. The water in the rinsing compartment is not drinking water and could contain detergent residue.
– Ensure that children do not place fingers in the tablet collecting tray 12. Small fingers could become caught in the slots.
– If the appliance is installed at eye-level, ensure when opening and closing the door that children are not caught or crushed between the appliance
door and the cupboard door situated below.
Childproof lock (door lock)
Drlock
*
The description of the childproof lock is at the back in the envelope.
* depending on model
Damage
– The appliance may be repaired and opened up by a technician only. To do this, disconnect the appliance from the power supply. Pull out the mains
plug or switch off the fuse. Turn off the tap.
– If the fascia is damaged (cracks, holes, broken buttons), do not operate the appliance. Pull out the mains
plug or switch off the fuse. Turn off the tap, call customer service.
Disposal
– Make redundant appliances unusable to prevent subsequent accidents.
– Dispose of the appliance in an environmentally friendly manner.
Ã=Warning
Children could become locked in the appliance (risk of suffocation) or find themselves in other dangerous situations.
Therefore: Pull out the mains plug, sever and dispose of the power cord. Destroy the door lock so that the door can no longer be closed.
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Getting to know your appliance
Diagrams of the control panel and the interior of the appliance can be found in the envelope at the front.
Individual positions are referred to in the text.
Control panel
( ON/OFF switch 0 Door opener
8 Programme selector @ START button
H Timer programming * P Additional options ** X Rinse aid refill indicator
` Display “Check water supply” h Dry display
)" Cleaning display
* depending on model
** Number depending on model
Appliance interior
1" Top basket 1* Knife shelf *
12 Tablet collecting tray 1: Top spray arm
1B Bottom spray arm
1J Filters
1R Cutlery basket
1Z Bottom basket
1b Dispenser for rinse aid
1j Detergent dispenser
9" Lock for detergent dispenser 9* Rating plate
* depending on model
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Rinse aid %
As soon as the rinse-aid refill indicator X is lit on the fascia, there is still a rinse-aid reserve of 1 – 2 rinsing processes. Refill with rinse aid.
The rinse aid is required for stain-free utensils and clear glasses. Use only rinse aid for domestic dishwashers.
Combined detergents with rinse-aid component may be used up to a water hardness of 21° dH (37° fH, 26° Clarke, 3.7 mmol/l) only. If the water
hardness is over 21° dH, rinse aid must be used.
– Open the dispenser 1b by pressing and lifting the plate on the cover.
– Carefully pour rinse aid up to the max. mark in the filler opening.
– Close cover until it clicks shut.
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– To prevent excessive foam formation during the next rinse cycle, remove any rinse aid which has run over with a cloth.
Setting amount of rinse aid
The amount of rinse aid dispensed can be set in 4 stages. Accordingly 0, 1, 2 or 3 displays are lit (see water hardness table).
Factory setting: 2.
Do not change the amount of rinse aid unless streaks (select lower
setting) or water stains (select higher setting) are left on the utensils.
– Close the door.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (. The Cleaning display )" flashes.
– Press and hold down the START button @.
– Rotate programme selector 8 until the rinse aid refill indicator X flashes.
– Release button.
The rinse aid refill indicator X flashes and the displays h and ` are lit (= Setting 2).
To change the setting:
– Rotate programme selector 8 until the required setting has been selected.
– Press START button @.
The rinse-aid refill indicator X goes out. The selected setting is saved.
Switching off rinse-aid refill indicator
If the rinse-aid refill indicator X is impaired (e.g. when using combined detergents containing rinse-aid component), it can be switched off.
– Proceed as described under “Setting amount of rinse aid” and select setting 0.
The rinse aid refill indicator X is now switched off.
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Utensils
Not suitable
– Cutlery and utensils made of wood.
– Delicate decorative glasses, craft and antique utensils. These decors are not dishwasher-proof.
– Plastic parts not resistant to heat.
– Copper and tin utensils.
– Utensils which are soiled with ash, wax, lubricating grease or ink.
Aluminium and silver parts have a tendency to discolour and fade during the wash cycle. Even some types of glass (e.g. crystal glass objects) may
turn cloudy after many wash cycles.
Glass and utensil damage
Causes:
– Glass type and glass production process.
– Chemical composition of the detergent.
– Water temperature of the wash programme.
Recommendation:
– Use only glasses and porcelain which the manufacturer designates as dishwasher-proof.
– Use a detergent which protects utensils.
– Take glass and cutlery out of the dishwasher as soon as possible after the programme ends.
Loading the dishwasher
– Remove large food remnants. It is not necessary to prerinse utensils under running water.
– Place the utensils so that
– they are secure and cannot tip over.
– all utensils with their openings face down.
– parts with curves or indentations are at an angle, thereby allowing water to drain.
– does not obstruct rotation of the two spray arms 1: and 1B.
Very small utensils should not be washed in the machine, as they may fall out of the baskets. aus
Unloading the dishwasher
To prevent water from dripping off the upper basket onto the utensils in the lower basket, it is recommended to empty
the appliance from the bottom up.
Hot utensils are sensitive to shock! Therefore, when the programme ends, leave the utensils to cool down in the dishwasher until they can be
handled.
Note
When the programme ends, water droplets can still be seen inside the appliance. This does not affect the drying of the utensils.
Cups and glasses
Top basket 1"
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Pans
Bottom basket 1Z
Tip
Heavily soiled utensils (pans) should
be placed in the bottom basket. The more powerful spray jet provides a better dishwashing result.
Tip
Other examples, such as the best way
of loading your dishwasher, can be found on our homepage as a free download. The corresponding Internet address can
be found on the back page of these instructions for use.
Cutlery basket
You should always place cutlery unsorted with the points downwards.
To prevent injuries, place long, pointed implements and knives on the knife shelf.
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Etagere
ergat
*
The etagere and the space underneath can be used for small cups and glasses or for larger items of cutlery, such as wooden spoons or serving
cutlery. The etagere can be folded up if not required.
* Depending on the model, a 3-fold height adjustment is possible. To do this, first place the etagere vertically and pull up, then place at a slight angle,
push down to the required height (1, 2, or 3) and snap into place.
Folding spikes *
kesn
* depending on model
The spikes can be folded down to improve arrangement of pans, bowls and glasses.
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Small accessories holder *
redlohsicamS
* depending on model
Light-weight plastic accessories, e.g. cups, lids, etc. can be held securely in the small accessories holder.
Knife shelf *
flehsfeinK
* depending on model
Long knives and other utensils can be arranged horizontally.
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Adjusting
teksabhfothgusneijd
the height of the basket *
* depending on model
If required, the height of the upper utensils basket 1" can be adjusted to provide more space for tall utensils either in the upper or lower basket.
Appliance height 81.5 cm
Top basket
Setting 1 max. ø
Setting 2 max. ø
Setting 3 max. ø
22 cm
24.5 cm
27 cm
Bottom
basket
30 cm
27.5 cm
25 cm
Appliance height 86.5 cm
Top basket
Setting 1 max. ø
Setting 2 max. ø
Setting 3 max. ø
24 cm
26.5 cm
29 cm
Bottom
basket
33 cm
30.5 cm
28 cm
Select one of the two following procedures according to the design of the top basket for your appliance model:
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Top basket with side levers
– Pull out the top basket 1" out.
– To lower the basket, press in the left and then the right lever on the outside of the basket. In doing so, hold the sides of the basket along the upper
edge to prevent it from suddenly dropping.
– To raise the basket, hold the basket on the sides of the upper edge and lift it up.
– Before re-inserting the basket again, ensure that it is at the same height on both sides. Otherwise, the appliance door cannot be closed and the upper
spray arm will not be connected to the water circuit.
Top basket with upper and lower roller pairs
– Pull out the top basket 1" out.
– Remove the upper basket and re-attach it to the upper (stage 3) or lower (stage 1) rollers.
Detergent
You can use tablets as well as powder or liquid detergents for dishwashers, but never use washing up liquid. The dosage can be individually adjusted
with powder or a liquid detergent according
to the degree of soiling. Tablets contain an adequately large amount of active ingredients for all cleaning tasks. Modern, powerful detergents
predominantly
use a low-alkaline formulation with phosphate and enzymes. Phosphates bond the lime in the water. Enzymes break down starch and remove protein.
Phosphate-free detergents are less frequent. These have a slightly weaker lime bonding capacity and require
a higher dosage. To remove coloured stains (e.g. tea, tomato sauce), oxygen-based bleaching agents are usually used.
Note
To ensure a good washing result, always follow the instructions on the detergent packaging!
If you have further questions, we recommend that you contact
the detergent manufacturers’ helpline.
Ã=Warning
Read and observe the safety information and instructions for use on the packaging for cleaning and rinsing agents.
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Adding detergent
– If the detergent dispenser 1j is still closed, press the lock 9" to open the detergent dispenser.
Pour detergent into the dry detergent dispenser 1j only (insert tablet flat, not on its edge).
Dosage: see manufacturer’s instructions on the packaging.
The graduated detergent dispenser 1j helps you add the correct amount of powder or liquid detergent.
Usually 20 ml–25 ml are adequate for normal soiling. If using tablets, one tablet is adequate.
– Close the cover on the detergent dispenser by sliding it up until the lock engages without difficulty.
The detergent dispenser opens automatically at the optimum time depending on the programme. The powder or liquid detergent
is distributed in the appliance and is dissolved, the tablet falls into the tablet collecting tray where it dissolves
in doses.
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Tip
If the utensils are only lightly soiled, slightly less than the indicated amount
of detergent is usually adequate.
Suitable detergents and care products can be purchased online via our website or via customer service (see back page).
Ã=Warnings
– Do not place small parts for washing in the tablet collecting tray 12; this prevents the tablet from dissolving evenly.
– If you want to add more utensils after
the programme has started, do not use the tablet collecting tray 12 as a handle for the upper basket.
The tablet could already be there and you will touch the partially dissolved tablet.
Notes
– If programmes are short, tablets
may not have full cleaning effect due to different dissolving properties
and there may even be undissolved detergent residue. It is recommended to use washing powder for these programmes.
– The Intensive programme (on some models) requires one tab only. When using washing powder, you can apply some of this cleaning agent to the
inside of the appliance’s door.
– If using detergents in a water-soluble protective cover: Take hold of the cover with dry hands only and put the detergent into an absolutely
dry detergent dispenser only, otherwise the detergent may stick.
– If you switch from combined detergents to solo detergents, ensure that the water softening system and amount of rinse aid have been set to the
correct value.
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Overview of programmes
The max. possible number of programmes is illustrated in this overview. The corresponding programmes for your appliance can be found on the
fascia. The programme data has been measured in the laboratory according to AS/NSZ 2007.
Programme
ª
Pots and Pans 70°
±/°
Intensive 65°
¹
Auto 45° – 65°
Ù/Ø
Normal 45°
ñ/ð
Type of utensils
and soiling
Programme
sequence
Possible
additional
options
Pots, utensils and
cutlery
Highly soiled
Prerinse
All
Clean 70°
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 70°
Dry
Pots, utensils and Prerinse
All
Clean 65°
cutlery
Intermediate rinse
Highly soiled
Final rinse 70°
Dry
Utensils and cutlery Is optimised
All
Normally soiled
according to the
soiling with the aid of
sensors.
Utensils and cutlery Prerinse
All
Normally soiled
Clean 45°
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 45°
Dry
Quick 45°
Utensils and cutlery Clean 45°
Extra drying
Lightly soiled
Intermediate rinse
Final rinse 55°
ù/ø
Lightly soiled
Prerinse
Prerinse
None
Programme data
1.) Duration: hs/
mins
2.) Energy
consumption in kWh
3.) Water
consumption in
litres
4.) With Aquasensor
1.) 2:15
2.) 1,50
3.) 15
4.) 12
1.) 2:10
2.) 1,40
3.) 14
4.) 1.) 1:35-2:40
2.) 1,00-1,60
3.) 4.) 9-19
1.) 2:20
2.) 0,73
3.) 13,5
4.) 1.) 0:29
2.) 0,80
3.) 10
4.) 1.) 0:15
2.) 0,05
3.) 4
4.) -
Programme selection
You can select a suitable programme according to the type of utensils and degree of
soiling.
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Information for test institutes
Test institutes can request the conditions for running comparison tests by sending an e-mail to
dishwasher@test-appliances.com.
Quote the appliance number (E-Nr.) and the production date (FD) which you can find on the rating
plate 9* on the appliance door.
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Additional options
* depending on model
Additional options can be set with the buttons P.
Ÿ
Express Wash/ Speed Perfect/
(VarioSpeed) *
oSped)iraV(Wsh/SpdPsxEtcefre
This function can reduce the running time by approx. 20% to 50% depending on the selected rinse programme. To obtain optimum cleaning and
drying results at a reduced running time, water and energy consumption are increased.
Ï Intensive zone *
Itsivzone
Perfect for a mixed load. You can wash very soiled pots and pans in the lower basket together with normally soiled utensils in the upper basket. The
spray pressure in the lower basket is intensified, the rinsing temperature is increased slightly.
· Hygiene *
Hygine
The temperature is increased during the cleaning process. This increases the hygiene status. This additional option is ideal for cleaning e.g.
chopping boards and baby bottles.
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daolfH
Half load *
If you have only a few items to wash (e.g. glasses, cups, plates), you can switch to “half load”. This will save water, energy and time. It is
recommended to put a little less detergent in the detergent dispenser than for a full load.
¿ Extra drying *
Extadrying
An increased temperature during the final rinse and an extended drying phase ensure that even plastic parts dry better. There is a slight increase in the
energy consumption.
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Washing the dishes
Aqua
rosneauq
sensor *
* depending on model
The Aqua sensor is an optical measuring device (light barrier) which measures the turbidity of the rinsing water.
The Aqua sensor is used according to the programme. If the Aqua sensor is active, “clean” rinsing water can be transferred to the next rinse bath and
water consumption can be reduced by 3–6 litres. If the turbidity is greater, the water is drained and is replaced with fresh water. In the automatic
programmes the temperature and running time can also be adjusted to the degree of soiling.
Switching on the appliance
– Turn on the tap fully.
– Close the door.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (. The Cleaning display )" flashes.
– Rotate programme selector 8 to the required programme.
– Press START button @.
The Cleaning display )" is lit. The programme starts running.
Timer
gnimarope
programming *
* depending on model
You can delay the start of the programme by 3, 6 or 9 hours.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
– Keep pressing the Preselected starting time button H until the appropriate display 3h, 6h or 9h is lit.
– Press START button @, timer programming is activated.
– To delete the preselected starting time,
keep pressing the Preselected starting time button H until none of the displays 3h, 6h or 9h is lit.
You can change your programme selection at any time until the programme starts.
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End of programme
The programme has ended when neither of the two displays h or )" is lit.
Note
To save energy, the dishwasher automatically switches off after the end of the programme.
Interrupting the programme
– Switch off ON/OFF switch (.
The LEDs go out. The programme is saved.
If the door was opened on an appliance which has a warm water connection or is heated, first leave the door ajar for several minutes and then
close. Otherwise, expansion (pressure) may cause the appliance door to spring open or water to run out of the appliance.
– To continue the programme, switch on the ON/OFF switch ( again.
Terminating
emargophtni
the programme (Reset)
– Press START button @ for
approx. 3 sec. until all displays go out.
– The remaining programme sequence for draining the residual water takes approx. 1 minute.
Changing the programme
When the START button @ has been pressed, the programme cannot be changed.
The only way a programme can be changed is by Cancel programme (Reset).
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Intensive drying
The final rinse uses a higher temperature which improves the drying result.
The running time may increase slightly. (Caution if utensils are delicate!)
– Close the door.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (. The Cleaning display )" flashes.
– Press and hold down the START button @.
– Rotate programme selector 8 until the “Check water supply” display ` flashes.
– Release button.
To change the setting:
– By rotating the programme selector 8, you can switch on intensive drying (Dry display h
is lit) or switch off intensive drying (Dry display h is not lit).
– Press START button @. The setting is saved.
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Maintenance and care
A regular inspection and maintenance of your machine will help to prevent faults. This saves time and prevents problems.
Overall condition of the machine
– Check spray arm for grease and limescale deposits.
If you find such deposits:
– Fill detergent dispenser with detergent. Start the appliance without utensils in the programme with the highest rinsing temperature.
Clean the appliance with detergents/ appliance cleaners which are particularly suitable for use with dishwashers.
– Regularly clean door seal with a damp cloth.
Never use a steam cleaner to clean your dishwasher. The manufacturer is not liable for any consequential damage.
Regularly wipe the front of the appliance and fascia with a damp cloth; water and a little washing up liquid are adequate. Do not use sponges with a
rough surface or abrasive detergents, as these could scratch the surfaces.
Stainless steel appliances: To prevent corrosion, avoid using sponge cloths or wash them out thoroughly several times before using for the first
time.
Ã=Warning
Never use other chlorinated household detergents! Health hazard!
Rinse aid
– Check the refill indicator X. If required, refill rinse aid.
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Filters
The filters 1J keep large foreign objects in the rinsing water away from the pump. These foreign objects may occasionally block the filters.
The filter system consists of a coarse filter, a flat fine filter and a microfilter.
– After each washing cycle check the filters for residue.
– Unscrew filter cylinder as illustrated and take out filter system.
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Spray arms
Limescale and contaminants in the rinsing water may block nozzles and bearings on the spray arms 1: and 1B.
– Check outlet nozzles on the spray arms for blockages.
– Unscrew the upper spray arm 1:.
– Remove the lower spray arm 1B upwards.
– Clean spray arms under running water.
– Re-engage or screw on spray arms.
– Remove any residue and clean filters under running water.
– Re-install filter system in reverse sequence and ensure that the arrow marks are opposite
each other after closing the filter system.
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Troubleshooting
The majority of faults which could occur in daily operation can be rectified by the user. This ensures that the appliance is quickly available for use
again. The following overview will help you locating the causes and gives helpful advise to eliminate them.
Note
If the appliance stops during dishwashing or does not start for no obvious reason, first run the Abort programme function (Reset).
(See chapter entitled “Dishwashing”)
Ã=Warning
Don’t forget: Repairs may be carried out by technicians only. If a component has to be replaced, ensure that only original spare parts are used.
Improper repairs or use of non-original spare parts may cause considerable damage and put the user at considerable risk.
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Waste water pump
Large food remnants or foreign objects which were not captured by the filters may block the waste water pump. The rinsing water will then be above
the filter.
In this case:
– First always disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
– Take out top basket 1" and bottom basket 1Z.
– Remove the filters 1J.
– Scoop out water, use a sponge if required.
– Prise out the white pump cover
(as illustrated) using a spoon. Grip the cover on the crosspiece and lift diagonally inwards. Remove cover completely.
– Check impeller wheel and remove any foreign objects.
– Place cover in the original position and press down until it engages (click).
– Install filters.
– Re-insert baskets.
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... when the appliance is switched on
The appliance does not start.
– The mains fuse has tripped.
– The appliance plug has not been inserted.
– The appliance door has not been shut properly.
... on the appliance
Lower spray arm rotates sluggishly.
– Spray arm blocked.
The door is difficult to open. *
– Child-proof lock is activated. The deactivation instructions are at the back in the envelope.
* depending on model
Door cannot be closed.
– Door lock has been activated. To reset, close the door with greater force.
Cover on the detergent dispenser cannot be closed.
– Detergent dispenser overfilled or mechanism blocked by sticky detergent residue.
Detergent residue in the detergent dispenser.
– Dispenser was damp when filled.
“Check water supply” display ` lights up.
–
–
–
–
Tap turned off.
Water supply interrupted.
Supply hose kinked.
Filter in the water supply blocked.
– Switch off the appliance and pull out the mains plug.
– Turn off the tap.
– Clean filter in the supply hose.
– Reconnect power supply.
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– Turn on the tap.
– Switch on the appliance.
– Water is left in the appliance at the end of the programme.
– Waste water hose
is blocked or kinked.
– Waste water pump blocked, cover on the waste water pump is not locked in position
(see Waste water pump).
– Filters blocked.
– The programme has not yet ended. Wait until programme
ends or implement “Reset” function.
The “Check water supply” display ` flashes rapidly.
– Water in the safety system.
– Switch off the appliance and pull out the mains plug.
– Turn off the tap.
– Call customer service.
Refill indicator for rinse aid X is not lit.
– Refill indicator switched off.
– Adequate rinse aid available.
... during the wash cycle
Unusual foam formation.
– Handwash liquid in the rinse aid dispenser.
Spilled rinse aid causes excessive frothing, therefore please remove with a cloth.
Appliance stops during the wash cycle.
– Power supply interrupted.
– Water supply interrupted.
Filling valves making striking noises
– Caused by the installation of the water line and has no effect on the function of the machine. Remedial action is not possible.
Knocking/rattling noise during rinsing
– Spray arm is striking utensils.
– Utensils not arranged correctly.
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... on the utensils
Food residue on the utensils.
– Utensils placed too closely together, utensils basket overfilled.
– Too little detergent.
– Rinse programme too weak.
– Spray arm rotation obstructed.
– Spray arm nozzles blocked.
– Filters blocked.
– Filters incorrectly inserted.
– Waste water pump blocked.
– Top basket on right and left not set to same height.
Tea or lipstick residue is not completely removed.
– The detergent has an inadequate bleaching effect.
– Too low rinsing temperature.
– Too little/unsuitable detergent.
Dull, discoloured glasses, film cannot be washed off.
– Unsuitable detergent.
– Glasses not dishwasher-proof.
Streaks on glasses and cutlery, glasses have metallic appearance.
– Too much rinse aid.
Plastic parts discoloured.
– Too little/unsuitable detergent.
– Too weak programme selected.
Utensils not dry.
– Appliance door opened too early and utensils taken out too early.
– Programme selected without drying.
– Too little rinse aid.
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Customer service
If the advice given does not resolve your problem, please contact your customer service. Contact details can be found on the back cover of this
instruction manual or in the enclosed customer service list. When calling , please quote the appliance number (1) and the production date
(FD = 2) which can be found on the rating plate 9* on the appliance door.
Rely on the expertise of the manufacturer. Call us to ensure that the repair will be carried out by fully-trained service engineers, who are equipped
with original spare parts for your appliance.
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Installation
The dishwasher must be connected correctly, otherwise it will not function properly. The specifications for the inlet and outlet as well as the electrical
connected loads must correspond with the required criteria as specified in the following paragraphs or in the installation instructions.
Install the appliance in the correct sequence:
– Checking appliance on delivery
– Installing the appliance
– Waste water connection
– Fresh water connection
– Electrical connection
Safety instructions
– Install and connect the appliance according to the installation
and assembly instructions.
– Prior to installation, disconnect
the dishwasher from the power supply.
– Ensure that the protective conductor system of the domestic supply has been correctly installed.
– The electrical connection conditions must correspond with
the specifications on the dishwasher rating plate 9*.
– If the power cord of this appliance
is damaged, it must be replaced with a particular power cord.
To prevent injury, the power cord may be replaced by customer service only.
– If the dishwasher is installed in a high-sided unit, the unit must be secured properly.
– Install built-under or integratable appliances only under continuous worktops which have been screwed to adjacent cupboards to ensure stability.
– Do not install the appliance near heat sources (radiators, heat storage tanks, cookers or other appliances which generate heat) and do not install
under a hob.
– After installing the appliance, ensure that the plug is easily accessible. (see Electrical connection)
– Some models:
The plastic housing on the water connection contains an electric valve, the connecting cables are in the supply hose. Do not cut through this hose,
do not immerse the plastic
housing in water.
Ã=Warning
If the appliance is not in a cavity and a side panel is accessible, the door hinge area must be covered at the side
for reasons of safety (risk of injury). The covers are available as optional accessories from customer
service or specialist outlets.
Delivery
Your dishwasher has been checked thoroughly in the factory to ensure that it is in working order. This may cause small water stains. These will
disappear after the first wash cycle.
Technical specifications
Weight:
max. 60 kg
Voltage:
220–240 V, 50 Hz or 60 Hz
Connected load:
2.0–2.4 kW
Fuse:
10/16 A (UK 13A)
Water pressure:
at least 0.05 MPa (0.5 bar), maximum 1 MPa (10 bar). At a higher water
pressure: connect pressure-reducing valve ahead.
Inlet rate:
minimum 10 litres/minute
Water temperature:
for cold water connection only.
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Installation
The required installation dimensions can be found in the installation instructions. Level the
appliance with the aid of the height-adjustable feet. Ensure that the appliance is situated securely
on the floor.
– A built-under or integrated appliance which is installed subsequently as a free-standing
appliance must be secured to prevent it from overturning, e.g. by screwing it to the wall or
by installing it under a continuous worktop which is screwed to adjacent cupboards.
– The appliance can easily be installed in a fitted kitchen between wooden and plastic walls.
Waste-water connection
– The required work sequence can be found in the installation instructions. If required, fit a
siphon with an drainage connection.
– Connect the waste-water hose to the drainage connection of the siphon with the enclosed
parts.
Ensure that the drainage hose is not kinked, crushed or twisted and that there is no cover
plate in the drainage to prevent the waste water from flowing out!
Fresh water connection
– Connect the fresh-water connection to the tap according to the installation instructions with
the enclosed parts.
Ensure that the fresh-water connection is not kinked, crushed or twisted.
– When replacing the appliance, always use a new water supply hose.
Water pressure:
at least 0.05 MPa (0.5 bar), maximum 1 MPa (10 bar). At a higher water
pressure: connect pressure-reducing valve ahead.
Inlet rate:
minimum 10 litres/minute
Water temperature:
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Electrical connection
– Connect the appliance to an alternating current only, ranging from 220 V to 240 V and 50
Hz or 60 Hz via a correctly installed socket with
protective earth conductor. See rating plate for required fusing 9*.
– The socket must be near the appliance and freely accessible following installation.
If the plug is not freely accessible, an allpole disconnector with a contact opening of at
least 3 mm must be fitted on the installation side to satisfy the relevant safety instructions.
– The connection may be modified by technicians only.
– A power cord extension may be purchased from customer service only.
– Use only a residual current operated
circuit-breaker which features
the symbol ‚. Only this extension guarantees compliance with
the currently valid regulations.
– The appliance features a water damage protection system. Please note the system will not
function unless the power supply is connected.
Removing the appliance
Also observe the sequence of worksteps here.
– Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
– Turn off the water supply.
– Disconnect the waste water and fresh water connections.
– Loosen fastening screws for the furniture parts.
– If fitted, remove the base panel.
– Pull out the appliance, carefully pulling the hose behind
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Transportation
Empty the dishwasher and secure loose parts.
Drain the appliance according to the following steps:
– Turn on the tap.
– Close the door.
– Switch on ON/OFF switch (.
– Select programme with the highest temperature.
– Press START button @. Programme sequence starts.
– After approx. 4 minutes press
the START button @ until all displays go out.
After approx. 1 min. the appliance is completely drained.
– Switch off ON/OFF switch (.
– Turn off the tap, disconnect supply hose and drain water.
Transport appliance upright only.
(This prevents residual water from running into the machine control and damaging the
programme sequence.)
Protection against frost
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If the appliance is in a room where there is a risk of frost (e.g. holiday home), empty the
appliance completely (see Transportation).
Waste disposal
Both the packaging of new appliances and the old appliances themselves contain valuable raw
materials and recyclable materials.
Please dispose of the individual parts separated according to type.
Please ask your dealer or inquire at your local authority about current means of disposal.
Packaging
All plastic parts of the appliance are identified with internationally standardised abbreviations
(e.g. >PS< polystyrene). Therefore, plastic waste can be sorted out when the appliance is being
disposed of.
Please follow the safety instructions under “Delivery”.
Old appliances
Please follow the safety instructions under “Disposal of your appliance”.
according to the European guideline 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic
equipment
– WEEE. The guideline specifies the framework for an EU-wide valid
return and re-use of old appliances.Thisappliance is identified
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D1.7: Cooktop user Manual
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This cooktop is for use with Natural Gas and Universal LPG
Leave this instructions with the owner
PBH615B90A, PBH615B80A, PBP615A80A
USER INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
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Ú Table of contents
Safety considerations ......................................................... 2
For your safety ..................................................................... 2
What to do if you smell gas .................................................... 2
Warnings ............................................................................. 2
Installation .......................................................................... 3
Statutory requirements .......................................................... 3
Preparing to install ................................................................ 3
Clearances ........................................................................... 4
Installation of cooktop into the kitchen bench ........................... 4
Connection ........................................................................... 4
Converting the cooktop from Nat. Gas to Universal LPG ........... 5
Changing the nozzles of the burners on the cooktop................. 5
Adjustment of the taps ........................................................... 5
Operating instructions......................................................... 6
Burner locations ....................................................................6
Accessories ..........................................................................6
Operation .............................................................................7
Cooking pans........................................................................8
Cleaning and maintenance .....................................................8
Service.................................................................................9
Wiring diagram................................................................... 10
Additional information on products, accessories, replacement
parts and services can be found at www.bosch-home.com and
in the online shop www.bosch-eshop.com
Safety considerations
For your safety
DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE.
DO NOT USE OR STORE FLAMMABLE MATERIALS NEAR
THIS APPLIANCE.
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS
APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or
explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or
death.
Do not store articles on or against this appliance.
What to do if you smell gas
Do not try to light the appliance.
Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in
your building.
Inmediately call your gas supplier from a neighbour’s phone.
Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed by an authorised
person.
Warnings
Do not allow the flame to extend beyond the edge of the
cooking utensil. This instruction is based on safety
considerations.
Do not forget that the unit becomes hot when in use. Common
sense is important. Just because the flame is out, does not
mean parts cannot still be hot.
This appliance shall not be used for space heating. This
instruction is based on safety considerations.
Be sure to disconnect the electrical supply before disassembly
of the appliance.
Keep the appliance area clear and free from combustible
materials, gasoline and other flammable vapours and liquids.
This appliance must be installed in a position with the proper
level of ventilation. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and
ventilation air.
Cabinets installed above the gas cooktop must have a
minimum clearance of 650 mm (24”).
The gas pressure regulator supplied with the appliance must be
installed in line with the gas pipe. (N.G. only).
For pressure testing in excess of 3.5 kPa (1/2 psig) the
appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected
from the gas supply piping system.
Important. When using a very large pot, leave a gap of at least
50 mm (2”) to avoid damaging any parts in bench top wood,
plastic or other non-heat resistant materials. Never leave oil or
hot fat unattended.
The surfaces on heating and cooking appliances get hot when in
use. Be careful. Keep children away from the appliance.
Only use your appliance for the preparation of food and never
for room-heating purposes.
This appliance leaves the factory set for the gas supply
indicated on the data label. Call the Service Centre if it needs
to be altered.
Do not tamper inside the appliance. If necessary, call your local
Service Centre.
Overheated fat or oil can easily catch fire. Never leave the appliance
unattended when cooking food with fat or oil, e.g. chips.
Never pour water on burning fat or oil. DANGER OF BURNS!
Cover the receptacle to smother the flames and turn the
cooktop off.
In the event of a fault, cut the gas and electricity supplies to the
appliance. Call our Service Centre to repair the fault.
Do not use unstable or uneven-based receptacles on cooking
plates or burners. They may accidentally tip over.
If a gas supply knob/valve jams, do not force it. Call your official
Service Centre immediately for them to repair or replace it.
The illustrations used in this booklet are only intended as a
guide.
Grids become very hot during use. When operating the
appliance control knobs, take care not to make contact with the
grids.
Do not use this appliance neither in marine craft nor in
caravans.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety.
Make sure you keep these instructions for use and assembly in a
safe place, so that you can hand them on with the appliance if it
ever changes owner.
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Note: To avoid jeopardising the electrical safety of the
appliance, it is forbidden to use high-pressure or steam jet
cleaning devices.
SHOULD THE RELEVANT CONDITIONS NOT BE PROPERLY
SATISFIED, THE INSTALLER, AND NOT THE
MANUFACTURER, SHALL BE HELD LIABLE.
Installation
Statutory requirements
Preparing to install
This installation must conform with the following:
Refer to AS/NZS 5601.1 for piping size details. These built-in
cooktops are intended to be inserted in a benchtop cutout.
Only an officially authorised technician should connect the
appliance.
Before you begin, turn off the gas and electricity supply.
10.
Manufacturer’s
instructions
Installation
11.
Local Gas Fitting Regulations
12.
Municipal Building Codes
13.
Refer to AS/NZS 5601.1 for Gas
Installations
14.
S.A.A. Wiring Code
15.
Local Electrical Regulations
16.
Any other statutory regulations
Before connecting the unit, check whether the local connection
conditions (type of gas) are compatible with the unit’s setting.
Observe any special conditions imposed by local suppliers
(utilities). The specifications of this cooktop are stated on the
data label located on the bottom of the cooktop base.
A duplicate data label is supplied for adhesion to an accessible
location near the hotplate if the data label on the base of the
hotplate cannot be accessed when the hotplate is installed.
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Clearances
Installation procedure:
A range hood fitted above the top must be installed according to
the installation instructions for the range hood. A minimum
distance of 650 mm is required for a range hood and 750 mm for
an exhaust fan.
Any adjoining wall surface situated within 200 mm from the edge
of any hob burner must be a suitable non-combustible material
for a height of 150 mm for the entire length of the hob. Any
combustible construction above the hotplate must be at least
650 mm above the top of the burner and no construction shall be
within 450 mm above the top of the burner.
The adhesive seal provided prevents leaks. Adhere it to the
work surface around the cut-out. It must be adhered around the
edge of the area cut out.
Fitting the appliance onto the kitchen unit:

Place the cooktop in the correct position then loosen
each of the clips so that they all turn freely (it is not
necessary to completely undo them).

Insert and centre the cooktop.
Press the sides of the cooktop until it is supported around its
entire perimeter.

Turn the clips and tighten them fully.
The position of the clips depends on how thick the work
surface is.
A minimum depth of 50 mm from the top of the worktop
surface must be provided for the appliance.
If the base of the hotplate can be touched, a protecting shield
must be fitted.
The shield must be at least 10 mm from the lowest part of the
hotplate and must be capable of withstanding the appliance
temperatures. Minimum thickness of benchtop is 30 mm.
After installation of the shield the clearance around the top and
sides of shield will allow adequate ventilation. Ensure the side and
top clearances are not obstructed.
Connection
Electrical
An electrical 10 amp socket needs to be within 1 m of the
hotplate to allow electrical connection. The socket must remain
accessible after installation of the appliance.
Important notes:
This appliance is connected to the mains (240 VAC)
by means of the connecting lead which must be fixed
to the kitchen unit to prevent it from coming into
contact with hot parts of the cooktop (or an oven
installed underneath) and remain accessible after
installation of the cooktop.
When making this connection make sure that the lead cannot
come into contact with hot parts of the cooktop.
•
This appliance must be earthed. When connecting the
cooktop ensure that the earth wire is connected first
and that all wires are connected to the correct
terminals.
•
If an oven is positioned below the cooktop the barrier does not
need to be fitted, but a space of 35 mm must be maintained
between the underside of the cooktop and the top of the oven.
Installation of cooktop into the kitchen bench
Side clearances: If the distance measured from the periphery of
the nearest burner to any vertical surface is less than 200 mm,
the surface shall be protected in accordance with clauses
6.10.1.2 of AS/NZS 5601.1.
For cutout dimensions and clearances see Preparing to install.
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Gas
During the planning stage, consider the position of supply
connections.
The cooktop must be connected to the gas supply with
upstream connection of an isolation valve in accordance with
the respectively valid regulations. We recommend that the
isolation valve be fitted prior to the cooktop to enable isolation of
cooktop from gas supply. The valve must be easily accessible
at all times.
To find out the factory set gas type, see bottom of cooktop next
to gas connection.
Remove plastic cap from gas supply line prior to installation.
Fit regulator (N.G.) or a test point (Universal LPG) directly to the
R 1/2’’ connection.
Converting the cooktop from Nat. Gas
to Universal LPG
To change injectors
All work involved in installation, setting and adaptation to a
different gas type must be carried out by authorised personnel
from our Service Centre and must comply with current
regulations and the conditions laid down by the local gas
company.
Request change-over injectors from our customer service
deparment (refer injector chart below for sizes).
Natural Gas
Universal LPG
Burner
Hourly Gas
Injector Hourly Gas
Injector
Consumption mark
Consumption mark
(MJ)
(MJ)
Auxiliary
3,60
90
3,50
50
Semi-rapid
6,50
118
6,00
67
Rapid
10,80
155
10,00
85
Wok
12,00
160
11,00
91
Before conversion the cooktop must be disconnected from the
electricity and gas valves must be turned to the OFF position.
Direction of gas flow is indicated on the rear of the regulator.
For position of the inlet connection refer Preparing to install:
Use pipe compound or thread sealant, properly theaded pipes
and careful assembly procedure so that there is no cross
threading, etc., which might cause damage or leakage.
Make sure that all connections peformed are free of leakage.
The manufacturer does not accept any liability for leakage on
connections performed by the installer or if the L-tube is moved
or twisted.
There are two ways to carry out the connection to the main gas
line:
•
Changing the nozzles of the burners on the
cooktop
• Remove the pan supports, burner covers and diffusers.
• Change the nozzles using the spanner provided by our
Service Centre (code 340847, for double and triple flame
burners code 340808), taking special care to ensure that the
nozzle does not fall when it is removed from the burner or
when fitted.
Ensure that it is completely tightened in order to guarantee
the seal.
The hotplate can be connected with rigid pipe as
specified in AS/NZS 5601.1
Flexible Hose: If installing with a hose assembly, it
must comply with AS/NZS 1869, 10 mm ID, class
B or D, no more than 1.2 m long and installed in
accordance with AS/NZS 5601.1.
Ensure that the hose does not contact the hot surfaces of the
hotplate, oven, dishwasher or any other appliance that may be
installed underneath or next to the hotplate. The hose should
not be subjected to abrasion, kinking or permanent
deformation and should be able to be inspected along its
entire length with the cooktop in the installed position. Unions
compatible with the hose fittings must be used and all
connections tested for gas leaks.
•
The supply connection point shall be accessible with the
appliance installed.
WARNING: Ensure that the hose assembly is restrained from
accidental contact with the flue outlet of an underbench oven.
Before Leaving- Check all connections for gas leaks with soap
and water. DO NOT use a naked flame for detecting leaks.
Ignite all burners both individually and concurrently to ensure
correct operation of gas valves, burners and ignition. Turn gas
taps to low flame position and observe stability of the flame for
each burner individually and all together. Adhere the duplicate
data plate to an accessible location near the hotplate. When
satisfied with the hotplate, please instruct the user on the correct
method of operation. In case the appliance fails to operate
correctly after all checks have been carried out, refer to the
authorised service provider in your area.
It should be expressly noted that we cannot accept any liability
for direct or indirect damage caused by wrong connection,
leakage or improper installation. When being repaired, the
appliance must always be disconnected from the mains supply;
if required, notify our customer service.
Adjustment of the taps
„ Set the control knobs to minimum.
„ Remove the control knobs from the taps. It has a flexible
rubber valve reinforcing ring. Press with the tip of the
screwdriver to access the tap's adjusting screw.
Never remove the valve reinforcing ring. The valve
reinforcing rings guarantee the watertightness of the
appliance's interior from liquids and dirt, which might
otherwise prevent its correct operation.
„ Adjust the minimum ring setting by turning the by-pass screw
using a flat head screwdriver.
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To adjust the minimum flame for N.G. replace the control knob
onto the spindle, light the gas and turn the control knob to the
small flame position. Screw the adjustment screw anti-clockwise
to estabilish a minimum stable flame position. The flame should
remain alight and not burn back to the injector when the valve is
turned quickly from ‘Full On’ to the “Minimum flame” position and
back a few times. To adjust the minimum flame position for
ULPG the screw must be fully tightened down clockwise.
• To assemble the grease splash tray again, proceed in the
reverse order to removal.
It is important that all the seals are refitted to form a seal.
Never remove the tap spindle. In the event of a malfunction,
change the whole tap.
If the by-pass screw cannot be accessed, disassemble the
grease drip tray, which is fixed to the rest of the hob using a clip
and screw mounting system. The following steps must be taken
to remove it:
„ Remove all pan supports, burner caps, diffusers and control
knobs.
„ Loosen the screws on the burners.
Operating instructions
Burner locations
4 Semi-rapid burner (up to 1.75 kW)
5 Rapid burner (up to 3 kW)
6 Double-flame wok burner (up to 3.3 kW)
1 Pan supports
2 Control knobs
3 Auxiliary burner (up to 1 kW)
Accessories
Depending on the model, the hob may include the following
accessories. These can also be acquired from the Technical
Assistance Service.
Additional wok pan support
Only for use on wok burners
with pans with a round base.
Using these pans may cause
some temporary deformation
of the grease drip tray. This is
normal and does not affect
the operation of the appliance.
Additional coffee
maker support
Only for use on the auxiliary
burner with pans which are no
more than 12 cm in diameter.
The manufacturer accepts no liability if these accessories are
not used or are used incorrectly.
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Operation
To ensure that this device is active:
Remove the plastic covering used to protect the stainless steel
before using the appliance (depending on the model). If any
traces of adhesive remain on the printed areas, remove them
with a wet cloth.
There are indications to show which burner each control knob
operates.
• Switch on the burner as usual.
• Without releasing the control knob, press and hold it down
firmly for 4 seconds after lighting the flame.
Switching off a burner
Turn the corresponding control knob clockwise to the 0 setting.
Power levels
The progressive control knobs can be used to control the
power needed, from minimum to maximum power.
Setting
Û Control off
Large flame
ƒ Maximum capacity or aperture and electricity on
Economy flame
It is essential to ensure that all the burner parts and pan
supports are correctly installed for the appliance to work
correctly. Do not swap the burner caps around.
Switching on automatically
If your hob can be switched on automatically (ignition
sparkers):
• Press the chosen burner control knob and turn it
anticlockwise to the maximum power setting.
While the control knob is still pressed down, sparks are
produced on all burners. The flame ignites.
• Release the control knob.
• Turn the control knob to the required setting.
If it does not come on, turn the control knob to the off setting
and repeat the steps above. This time, press and hold the
control knob for longer (up to 10 seconds).
: Risk of deflagration!
If after 15 seconds the flame does not ignite, switch off the
burner and open a nearby window or door. Wait at least one
minute before trying to switch the burner back on.
Safety system
Depending on the model, your hob may have a safety system
(thermocouple) that prevents the flow of gas if the burners
accidentally switch off.
„
Minimum capacity or aperture
Warnings
It is normal to hear a soft whistling noise while the burner is
operating.
When first used, it is normal for the burner to give off odours.
This does not pose any risk and does not indicate a
malfunction. They will disappear in time.
An orange-coloured flame is normal. This is caused by the
presence of dust in the atmosphere, spilt liquids, etc.
If the burner flames are accidentally blown out, switch off the
burner operating control knob and do not try to relight it for at
least 1 minute.
A few seconds after the burner is switched off, a sound (thud) will
be produced. This is not a fault - this means that the safety device
is no longer operating.
Keep the burner as clean as possible. If the ignition sparkers
are dirty they will not light properly. Clean them periodically
using a small non- wire brush. Bear in mind that the ignition
sparkers must not suffer any serious impacts.
Use “Large” setting to bring the pan to the boil, then adjust the
flame between “Large flame” and “Economy flame” to maintain the
required pan temperature.
Important:
The use of a cooktop leads to the production of heat and
moisture in the kitchen. For this reason make sure that the room
is properly ventilated. Keep natural ventilation openings, such as
windows, open or provide a mechanical ventilation device (e.g. a
range hood or overhead exhaust fan). An orangy flame is normal
and simply indicates the presence of salt in the atmosphere
(from cooking). If the flame has yellow patches, this is not a fault
(of any kind).
Cooking recommendation
Burner
Wok burner
Very high - High
Boiling, steaming, griddling,
toasting, paellas,
Asian food (wok).
Rapid burner Escalopes,
steaks, omelettes, frying
Semi-rapid
Steamed potaburner
toes, fresh vegetables, vegetable
stews, pasta
Auxiliary
Cooking: casseburner
roles, rice pudding, caramel
Medium
Low
Reheating and keeping
things hot: cooked and precooked dishes
Rice, white
Steaming:
sauce, ragout fish, vegetables
Reheating, keeping things
hot and making tasty casseroles
Defrosting
Melting: butand slow
ter, chococooking: veg- late, jelly
etables, fruit
and frozen
products
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Do not place anything, eg.
flame tamer, asbestos mat,
between pan and pan support
as serious damage to the
appliance may result.
Do not remove the pan
support and enclose the
burner with a wok stand as
this will concentrate and
deflect heat onto the hotplate.
Do not use large pots or heavy
weights which can bend the
pan support or deflect flame
onto the hotplate.
Cooking pans
Suitable pans
The chart below gives the correct pan usage for each burner.
Burner
Minimum pan
diameter
Maximum pan
diameter
Wok burner
22 cm
-
Rapid burner
22 cm
26 cm
Semi-rapid burner
14 cm
20 cm
Auxiliary burner
12 cm
16 cm
Precautions for use
The following advice is intended to help you save energy and
prevent pan damage:
Use pans which are the right
size for each burner.
Do not use small pans on large
burners. The flame must not
touch the sides of the pan.
Do not use damaged pans,
which do not sit evenly on the
hob. Pans may tip over.
Only use pans with a thick, flat
base.
Pans should be placed on the
hob carefully.
Do not strike the hob and do
not place excessive weight on
it.
Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning
Once the appliance is cool, use a sponge to clean it with soap
and water.
After each use, clean the surface of the respective burner parts
once they have cooled down. If any residue is left (baked-on
food, drops of grease etc.), however little, it will become stuck to
the surface and more difficult to remove later. The holes and
grooves must be clean for the flame to ignite properly.
The movement of some pans may leave metal residue on the
pan supports.
Clean the burners and pan supports using soapy water and
scrub with a non-wire brush.
If the pan supports are fitted with rubber rests, ensure that these
are also cleaned. The rests may come loose and the pan
support may scratch the hob.
Always dry the burners and pan supports completely. Water
droplets or damp patches on the hob at the start of cooking
may damage the enamel.
After cleaning and drying the burners, make sure the burner
caps are correctly positioned on the diffuser.
Caution!
Do not use steam cleaners. This could damage the hob.
Maintenance
Always clean off any liquid as soon as it is spilt. This will prevent
food remains from sticking to the hob surface and you will save
yourself any unnecessary effort.
Do not leave acidic liquids (e.g. lemon juice, vinegar, etc.) on
the hob.
Due to the high temperatures endured, the wok burner and the
stainless steel zones (grease drip tray, burner outline, etc.) can
change colour. This is normal. After each use, clean these areas
with a product that is suitable for stainless steel.
It is recommended that the cleaning product available from our
Technical Assistance Service (code 464524) is used regularly.
Do not cook without using a lid
and make sure the lid is
properly fitted. This wastes
energy.
Always centre the pan over the
burner, not to one side.
Otherwise it could tip over.
Do not place large pans on the
burners near the control knobs.
These may be damaged by the
very high temperatures.
Place the pans on the pan
supports, never directly on the
burner.
Make sure that the pan
supports and burner caps are
correctly positioned before
using the appliance.
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Service
DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE.
Only authorized personnel from the Service Centre are qualified
to work on the appliance.
Fault
The general electrical system is malfunctioning.
Sometimes certain faults detected can be easily resolved.
Before calling the Technical Assistance Service, bear in mind
the following advice:
Possible cause
Defective fuse.
The automatic safety switch or circuit breaker has
tripped.
The automatic switching
There may be food or cleaning products stuck
on function does not work. between the ignition sparkers and the burners.
The burners are wet.
The burner caps are not correctly positioned.
The appliance is not earthed, is poorly connected
or the earthing is faulty.
The burner flame is not uni- The burner components are not correctly posiform.
tioned.
The gas flow is not normal
or there is no gas.
The kitchen smells of gas.
Solution
Check the fuse in the main fuse box and change it
if it is damaged.
Check the main control panel to see if the automatic safety switch or circuit breaker has tripped.
The space between the ignition sparker and the
burner must be clean.
Dry the burner caps carefully.
Check that the burner caps are correctly positioned.
Contact the installation technician.
Correctly place the parts on the appropriate
burner.
The grooves on the burner are dirty.
The gas supply is blocked by gas taps.
Clean the grooves on the burner.
Open all gas taps.
If the gas is supplied from a gas cylinder, check
that it is not empty.
Change the gas cylinder.
A gas tap has been left on.
Turn off the taps.
Incorrect coupling of gas cylinder.
Possible gas leak.
Check that the coupling is sound.
Shut off the gas supply, ventilate the premises and
immediately notify an authorised installation technician to check and certify the installation. Do not
use the appliance until ensuring that there is no
gas leak in the installation or appliance itself.
Once the burner is on, hold the control knob down
a few seconds longer.
The burner immediately
The control knob was not held down for long
switches off after releasing enough.
the control knob.
The grooves on the burner are dirty.
Clean the grooves on the burner.
Any of the following are considered to be abnormal operation
and may require servicing:
• Yellow tipping of the cooktop burner flame.
•
Sooting up of cooking utensils.
•
Burners not lighting properly.
Gas valves, which are difficult to turn in case the appliance fails
to operate correctly, contact the authorised service provider in
your area.
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Wiring diagram
•
Switch
•
Blue wire
•
Brown wire
•
Terminal
•
Ignition module
Robert Bosch Hausgeräte GmbH
Carl-WeryStraße 34 81739
München
Germany
www.boschhome.com
*9000858156*
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Condensation in Apartment Buildings
Overview
Condensation is commonly experienced in apartment buildings particularly in the
colder months of the year. It can occur in any type of building, including brick veneer,
precast, weatherboard as well as many other light weight cladding systems.
It is caused when highly humidified air comes into contact with cold surfaces such as a
window or door, it chills and water vapour is extracted from the air, remaining as
condensation on the cold surface.
Condensation will not occur if the humid air is removed and replaced with dry air.
Typical causes that can increase humidity in the air include:
 Steam from cooking, washing dishes, clothes dryers, showers, and
damp clothes left inside.
Tips to prevent condensation
 Reduce indoor humidity by providing sufficient ventilation. Windows should be
opened during the day when possible, especially where heaters are in operation at
night. It is strongly recommended to open windows and doors whenever
possible.
 If condensation appears, wipe the surface dry immediately.
 Dry clothes thoroughly prior to storing.
 Allow sunlight into your apartment whenever possible.
 Operate your exhaust fan for 5 minutes after using a shower or clothes dryer.
Even though the steam might appear to be removed, moisture is likely to
remain in the air.
 Operate your kitchen exhaust fan whilst using your oven/cooktop as well as
washing dishes.
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D1.9: WINenergy apartment power information sheet
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Electricity & Hot
Water Supply
Hello Riverside
The electricity to Riverside, 1-11 Moreland St, Footscray, is supplied via a private embedded
electricity network. WINconnect has been engaged to manage this embedded network.
Hot Water delivered to your apartment is by means of a Centralised Hot Water Plant. Hot
Water services delivered by WINconnect include metering, billing and customer service.
You can create an electricity service account for your apartment by completing the
‘Get Connected’ form at
www.WINconnect.com.au
or by speaking to our friendly customer service team on:
1300 791 970
Monday – Friday, 8.00am to 5.00pm
Should you need further assistance you can also email us at
enquiries@WINconnect.com.au
Interpreter services: 13 14 50
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Electricity
• Freedom of choice
You can elect to purchase from a market
retailer at anytime. Please contact
WINconnect to discuss how. No fee for the
decommissioning of the embedded
network meter will be charged to you by
WINconnect.
WINconnect fulfills the role of Embedded Network
Manager for embedded networks and over the past 10
years have been operating similar sites throughout
Australia. The embedded network results in a number of
benefits;
• Standard Energisation Fee
This fee is applied for standard energisation of
your electricity supply. A standard energisation
occurs when the completed WINconnect ‘Get
Connected’ online form is received by 2pm on a
• Discounts to your electricity account
business day for energisation on the following
We offer a 20%* discount off the total energy
business day, or a subsequent nominated date.
component of your bill when you pay electricity
The standard Energisation Fee of $35 Ex GST* will
on time or sign up selecting direct debit as
appear on your first bill from WINconnect.
preferred means of payment. Pricing is based
on the Standing Offer Tariff published by the
• Priority Energisation Fee
local default retailer for your area. You’re
A priority energisation occurs when the
welcome to contact our Customer Service
team on 1300 791 970 regarding information on WINconnect ’Get Connected’ form is
received before 2pm on a business day for
your exclusive discounted energy tariff.
energisation to be completed that same
day; or if received after 2pm, for energisation
• No lock in contracts
There are no fixed term contracts to allow you
to be made on the following business day.
flexibility to suit ever changing lifestyles.
The Priority Energisation Fee of $125Ex GST* will
appear on your first bill from WINconnect.
• Local Customer Service Team
Our friendly customer service team is based
Hot Water
in Australia and is on hand to assist you. We
WINconnect is the sole hot water service
also have interpreter services available by
provider for your building.
calling 13 14 50.
An accouAn account needs to be created
• Quick connectionWe offer same day or next
day energisation of your apartment. Because
your meter is already an embedded network
meter, there is no lengthy installation process to
delay your connection.
with WINconnect in order to
receive hot water supply to your
apartment. Please visit
www.WINconnect.com.au or call
1300 791 970.
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information
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Your nbn™
connect kit
How to connect your new home
to the nbn™ network, Australia’s
broadband network.
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The nbn™ network is so much more
than fast internet. From education to
business and entertainment, the nbn™
network gives us all the opportunity to
be more productive, more creative,
more efficient and more connected for
decades to come.
A brighter future
Your family can access knowledge from
across the world and learn like never
before, offering you and your kids a
brighter future.
Entertainment without the wait
With the nbn™ network, you can enjoy quick
access to the content you need, when you
need it – whether you’re video streaming,
online gaming or watching live news and
sport.*
Bringing loved ones closer
The fast, reliable nbn™ network is designed
to let you enjoy great quality video calls
without the constant dropouts, so you never
feel too far away.*
Your plan, your choice
You can connect to the nbn™ network
through a range of providers with a
variety of plans, so you’re sure to find a
plan that works for you.
*Your experience including the speeds actually achieved over the nbn™ network
depends on the technology over which services are delivered to your premises
and some factors outside our control like your equipment quality, software,
broadband plans and how your service provider designs its network. ^Access to
your work network will depends on factors outside our control like your
organisation’s IT policy and infrastructure.
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Everyone online at once
With the nbn™ network, the whole family
can enjoy all the benefits of high speed
internet, even with lots of devices
connected at the same time.*
More productive businesses
A fast broadband connection will help you
and your employees work smarter,
allowing businesses to be more productive
and make the most of online
opportunities.*^
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How to connect
Services like landline telephone and broadband can be provided by a variety of service providers, but not by nbn directly. Contact your
preferred service providers to compare and order the package that’s right for you.
Once your home is nbn™ network ready, connecting your landline phone and internet is
easy:
1. Explore
Contact your preferred telephone or internet service provider to find out about services over the nbn™ network. These can be found
at: nbn.com.au/ serviceproviders
2. Select
Compare the packages available and select the right option for you.
3. Connect
Your service provider can arrange for your nbn™ service to be connected straight away.
nbn is a wholesale network provider, which means nbn is responsible for building, operating and maintaining the nbn™ network – the infrastructure over which
telecommunication services can be delivered. Services to your home, such as landline phone and broadband will be provided by retail service providers, not by nbn directly.
For more information
1800 687 626 | nbn.com.au | info@nbn.com.au
July 2015
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D1.12: Timber Flooring Maintenance Information
Premium Oak Maintenance
Preventative Care
• Placing colour-fast, dirt trapping mats at all external entrances will help to keep dirt and grit off
your floor as well as absorbing any excess moisture.
• Use high density felt floor protectors on the underside of all moving furniture or furniture that may
be moved from time to time to help prevent premature wear and scratches.
• Install protective, clear vinyl chair mats under any office chairs or castor wheels that may be used
in areas where Premium Oak is installed. Avoid plastic or castor wheel use directly on the surface
of your floor.
• When moving heavy furniture or items back into position after the installation has been completed,
use rigid protective sheets on the surface of your floor and avoid sliding or dragging furniture or
appliances into place across the surface of your new floor.
Regular Maintenance
• Vacuum (bristles down) or sweep your floor regularly to remove grit or objects that may scratch
the surface of your floor.
• Any spills should be wiped off the surface of the floor as soon as they occur.
• When cleaning your floor, use Quick-Step Maintenance Kit (available from your Premium Oak
retailer) as directed on the back of the pack. This kit has been designed specifically for your
flooring. It is important that you do not use soap-based detergents or “supermarket type
cleaners”, as these may leave a dull film on your floor that can be extremely difficult to remove
(sometimes impossible). Quick-Step maintenance kit is the only maintenance fluid that should be
used on Premium Oak, following the directions for use on the label.
• Do not use abrasive cleaners, steel wool, or scouring powder on your floor and never wax or
polish your floor. Never use a steam mop on your floor.
• Timber flooring, like other types of smooth floors, can become slippery when wet. Wipe any
cleaning moisture off the floor immediately after cleaning using a clean towel or rag. Immediately
wipe up wet areas from spills, foreign substances, or moisture from wet feet..
Occasional Maintenance
• It is important to re-coat your flooring using an approved coating as the flooring starts to show dull
spots or signs of wear. This job is most often undertaken every several years in residential
installations and is usually carried out by floor sanders using approved water or one part solvent
based coating. The use of non-approved floor coatings can lead to post installation coatings flaking
off the surface of your timber floor.
A Timber Friendly Environment
Keeping your internal environment “timber friendly” is important. Immediately after installation, the
area should be well ventilated, occupied and protected from extreme sunlight and extreme swings
of humidity and temperature. Failure to provide such an environment can lead to fading, distortion
of panels, excessive expansion / contraction (gaps) or noisy floors.
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PET CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
For commercial carpets and carpet tiles
Godfrey Hirst commercial carpets and carpet tiles are designed to provide a high level of
performance in commercial applications. To get the best possible service, regular and systematic
maintenance is required. This guide outlines the key requirements for the maintenance of Godfrey
Hirst commercial carpets and carpet tiles. A comprehensive carpet maintenance program can
significantly increase the performance, appearance and life of the carpet.
PLANNING
Carpet selection
Selecting the right carpet or carpet tile for a specific commercial environment is vital. It is important to
select a carpet that is aesthetically appealing and meets the specifications required for the installation
application. Consideration of foot traffic volume and location, likely spillage quantity and type must be
given.
The maintenance program should be established, where possible, at the same time as the carpet
specification. This is because many of the factors which need to be considered in the design and
specification of the carpet also need to be considered in the maintenance program. The maintenance
needs forecast for a particular project site will in turn influence the design of carpet suitable for that
location.
Design factors which need to be considered include carpet pattern, texture and colour, traffic loads,
walk-off mats, lift carpets, chair pads and environmental conditions in and around the building. Each of
these factors will influence the amount of soiling material that will find its way to the carpet pile. When
the right style of carpet is selected and it is a professionally installed, a comprehensive maintenance
program will increase the life expectancy and performance of the carpet.
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Comprehensive maintenance program
A well planned cleaning program helps to minimise soiling and maintain the condition of the carpet.
The purpose of maintenance is to minimise the collection of soiling material and stains in the carpet.
The life of the carpet is thereby prolonged in two ways:
17. the original appearance of the carpet is kept as long as possible; and
18. carpet wear, which is caused by dirt in and on the carpet, is kept to a minimum.
In planning a comprehensive maintenance program, the following elements require consideration:

Preventative measures
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Cleaning methods and frequency:
‚ Regular vacuuming
‚ Spot and stain removal
‚ Periodic deep cleaning
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Maintenance schedule and records
The maintenance of carpet supplied by Godfrey Hirst shall be performed in accordance with Australian/
New Zealand Standard 3733:1995 ‘Textile floor coverings - Cleaning maintenance of residential and
commercial carpeting’ (AS/NZS 3733).
AS/NZS 3733 provides detailed information on a wide variety of cleaning methods and equipment,
including spot and stain removal. It provides a guide to planning a maintenance program and cautions
against damage from improper cleaning methods and chemicals.
Although some relevant parts of AS/NZS 3733 are highlighted within this guide, it is recommended that
both AS/NZS 3733 and this guide be consulted together in planning and carrying out carpet
maintenance.
Where provisions of this maintenance guide differ from those of AS/NZS 3733, this guide’s provisions
shall take precedence.
PREVENTATIVE MEASURES
Prevention maintenance is easier and more economical than the cleaning of soiled carpet.
Keeping out the outside
Soil pickup is minimised by keeping outside areas such as parking areas and pathways as clean as
possible.
The provision of a non asphalt entrance to buildings will reduce the amount of asphalt residue brought
inside.
Soil control matting (walk off zones)
One of the most efficient ways to reduce carpet damage is soil control matting placed at strategic points
such as:
• External entries
•
Lift and stairwell entries
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Vending machines
•
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High spillage areas (e.g. tea rooms)
Foyers and hallways
Mats of at least six footsteps (approximately 5 metres) from the entrance of a commercial installation
will trap approximately 80 percent of soil before it transfers onto the carpet.
Maintenance of soil control matting is just as important as carpet maintenance. Mats should be cleaned
at a frequency sufficient to prevent soil accumulating on them being carried through to the carpeted
areas.
Chair mats
Desk chairs or trolleys with rollers or castor wheels can be damaging to carpet and underlay. For this
reason, good quality chair pads are recommended, to allow free movement of the chair whilst providing
protection to the carpet.
Building maintenance/refurbishment
During periods of building maintenance and refurbishment, carpet should be protected from damage
by a suitable covering. This will prevent the ingress of soiling material and moisture and should be
inspected regularly to ensure condensation does not collect under the cover.
Chemicals
Any chemical or substance to be used on the installation site either specifically for the maintenance of
the carpet or in such a manner that they may contact the carpet must be approved by the chemical
manufacturer for the use intended. After studying AS/NZS 3733 Appendix A it will be clear that the use
of all chemicals and substances must be carefully controlled and supervised to ensure that no damage
is caused to the carpet through their use. It is recommended that any chemicals being used carpet be
pre-tested on an inconspicuous area prior to use. AS/NZS 3733 Appendix A does not list all potentially
damaging substances and chemicals.
CLEANING METHODS AND FREQUENCY
REGULAR VACUUMING
Soil particles, silica and sand can damage carpet fibres through abrasion, wear and discolouration.
Walking on soiled carpet enables the soil particles to work their way below the surface of the pile,
making them more difficult to remove. Soiling is a cumulative process which if allowed to go too far
cannot easily be reversed.
Frequent and thorough vacuuming is the most important component of a comprehensive carpet
maintenance program, as it is the most effective way to minimise soiling and prolongs the life and
enhances the appearance of the carpet.
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Vacuuming should encompass slow, deliberate passes in length and width for maximum effectiveness.
The slow movement will allow time for air to circulate through the carpet and extract soil. Several passes
should be made over each area to ensure effective removal of soiling material, particularly in heavy
traffic areas.
Vacuum cleaning shall be carried out in accordance with the procedures given in AS/NZS 3733 Section 5.3.
Frequency of vacuuming
The frequency of the vacuuming will depend upon the location of the installed carpet, this may be
required daily in areas of heavy or frequent traffic flow. Each installation must be assessed and
reviewed individually to establish a cleaning regime. Refer to Table 1 below (see also AS/NZS 3733
Section 2.1.2 and Table 2.1) for guidelines.
Usual Traffic
Volume
Location
Light
Executive offices
Medium
Heavy
Very Heavy
Clerical offices, hospital
wards, hotel bedrooms
Corridors and foyers,
retail shops, hotel
lounges, classrooms
Restaurants, school
corridors and public
areas
Suggested vacuuming
frequency
Minimum vacuum
frequency
Traffic areas: 3 times/week
Full vacuum: 2 times/week
Traffic areas: 2 times/week
Full vacuum: 3 times/week
Traffic areas: 4 times/week
Full vacuum: weekly
Traffic areas: 3 times/week
Full vacuum: 2 times/week
Traffic areas: daily
Full vacuum: daily
Traffic areas: 2 times/week
Full vacuum: 3 times/week
Traffic areas: daily
Full vacuum: daily
Traffic areas: daily
Full vacuum: daily
Table 1: Vacuuming Frequencies
Equipment selection
Vacuum cleaner performance will directly affect the longevity and presentation of the carpet.
Vacuuming should be undertaken using a quality vacuum cleaner with a power head, not turbo head,
preferably with dual motors (one motor powering the brush to agitate pile and the second motor
providing strong suction).
The pile beater may consist of revolving bristle strips or a beater bar/bristle strip combination. Revolving
bristle strips are more suitable for direct stick installations and the beater bar/bristle strip combination
is more suited to carpets installed by the traditional conventional installation system over underlay. It is
recommended that both types of vacuum cleaner have an adjustable height beater. The height should
be checked and adjusted each time the cleaner is used, to ensure that the carpet pile is not damaged
by beating that is more vigorous than is necessary.
Carpet sweepers and suction cleaners without beater attachments may be used at any time for surface
touch-up. Their use is to be in addition to, not in lieu of, the scheduled vacuum cleaning.
Maintain an adequate supply of vacuum cleaner spare parts. Check and empty vacuum bags
frequently, as vacuums lose suction significantly when the bag is too full. Check and replace filters and
vacuum belts regularly to keep the vacuum in good working condition.
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SPOT AND STAIN REMOVAL
Take immediate action with spills
Immediate attention to spills is the key to successful spot removal. If spills are left unattended they may
become extremely difficult, if not impossible, to remove and result in permanent damage and
discolouration.
Spot cleaning is to be carried out on a daily basis in all areas in accordance with AS/NZS 3733
Appendix B. If a cleaning contractor is employed, it may be necessary for building maintenance staff to
attend to spot and stain removal rather than waiting for the attendance of the contractor, to avoid the
setting of stains in the carpet. Spotting kits as described in AS/NZS 3733 Section 3.4 should be made
available to maintenance staff for immediate use when necessary.
Please note different spot cleaners are required for different types of spills. E.g. A spot cleaner used
for an oil-based stain won’t be suitable for cleaning water-based spills. The techniques to be used for
specific stains can be found in AS/NZS 3733 Table B1 (wool carpets) and Table B2 (nylon carpet).
Select cleaning products that do not leave oily or sticky residue. Read and comply with the label
instructions of the cleaning product and always keep Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
during cleaning. After spot cleaning, ensure that any residual detergent is removed by thoroughly
rinsing of the area with clean water. Soiling that reoccurs more than 24 hours following cleaning may
often be attributed to detergent residues that were not adequately rinsed.
Never use any cleaning product that contains optical brighteners, bleaching agents or chlorine based
cleaning aids. Ensure any accidental bleach and chlorine spillages are thoroughly rinsed and extracted.
Bleach and chlorine residue left in any carpet will cause fibre degradation over time, resulting in
premature pile wear and fibre loss.
Action for spills
„ Immediately remove as much as of the spill as possible. Use a spatula or spoon to scoop up as
much substance as possible. Blot with an absorbent white cloth, working from the outer edge
towards the centre to avoid the spill spreading. Never rub or scrub abrasively, as a fuzzy area may
result.
„ Determine the appropriate method for stain removal as described in AS/NZS 3733 Table B1
(wool carpets) and Table B2 (nylon carpet). Always pre-test cleaning agent on an inconspicuous
area of carpet (or a spare piece) to make sure it won’t mark. Work from the outer edge of the spill
towards the centre and do not scrub.
„ Press the carpet dry with a clean white cloth or white paper towel between each step in the
treatment process to remove excess moisture. Do not rub, as rubbing can alter the texture of the
carpet.
„ After the stain has been treated, dry with several layers of white paper towel. Do not allow the
carpet to be walked on until completely dry.
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Healthcare carpet spot cleaning
Godfrey Hirst healthcare carpets are designed to withstand the demands of healthcare and aged care
installations. Prompt attention to stain and spills will ensure that healthcare carpet retains it look and
function over time.
Refer to AS/NZS 3733 Table B2 for instructions on removing stains such as urine (fresh or dry), blood,
vomit and mercurochrome (iodine) from healthcare carpets.
Most importantly, whether urine is fresh or dry, hot water extraction using warm, clean water is
paramount.
PERIODIC DEEP CLEANING
All Godfrey Hirst commercial carpets and carpet tiles should be periodically cleaned using the hot water
injection and extraction method (a.k.a. steam cleaning) with a smooth wand attachment, in accordance
with the method described in AS/NZS 3733 Section 5.5.3.
Hire a professional
The skill of the operator in applying and extracting the cleaning solution is critical in ensuring carpet is
not over wetted, which could cause shrinkage, rapid re-soiling and odour. Steam cleaning should
always be performed by a reputable professional cleaner (who professionally accredited) in accordance
with AS/NZS 3733 Section 5.5.3.
How often?
Frequency of professional steam cleaning is dependent on the level of traffic, amount and type of soiling
and regularity of vacuuming, refer to Table 2 below (see also AS/NZS 3733 Section 2.1.4 and Table 2.1)
Usual Traffic
Volume
Light
Medium
Heavy
Very Heavy
Location
Executive offices
Clerical offices, hospital
wards, hotel bedrooms
Corridors and foyers,
retail shops, hotel
lounges, classrooms
Restaurants, school
corridors and public
areas
Suggested steam
cleaning frequency
Minimum steam
cleaning frequency
Every 18 months
Every 36 months
Yearly
Every 2 years
Every 6 months
Yearly
Every 3 months
Every 6 months
Table 2: Steam Cleaning Frequencies
Experience with particular locations may indicate that periodic cleaning is required more or less often
than those frequencies specified. E.g. Very heavy traffic volume may need to be steam cleaned more
than every 3 months, especially if a lighter colour has been installed.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE AND RECORDS
The building owner/maintenance manager shall prepare and maintain a schedule showing
cleaning frequencies for all areas of the installation, such frequencies to conform to the tables
included and referenced in this maintenance guide and AS/NZS 3733.
The schedule should provide for recording of actual work, done and by whom it is performed,
and shall be maintained for reference should any cleaning problems arise. The schedule
should be amended as necessary when there is a significant change in the pattern of use of
any area.
CONTACT
Godfrey Hirst Commercial Department - Head Office
7 Factories Road, South Geelong VIC 3220 Telephone: +61 (0) 3 5225 0222 Facsimile: +61
(0) 3 5228 3999
Email:
commercial@godfreyhirst.co
m Web:
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D1.14: Tile & Benchtop Care & Maintenance
Care and Maintenance Manual for apartment tiling, stone bench tops & mirror
Splashbacks
Cleaning Procedures and Recommendations
Clean porcelain tiles with a few drops of PH neutral cleaner, stone soap (available at hardware stores
for stone cleaning) or a mild liquid dishwashing detergent and warm water. Use a soft cloth for best
results. Too much cleaner or soap may leave a film and cause streaks. Rinse the surface thoroughly
after washing with the soap solution and dry with a soft cloth. Change the rinse water frequently. Do
not use scouring powders or creams; these products contain abrasives that may scratch the surface.
FLOOR TILES
The floor tiles require ongoing maintenance. Regular sweeps with a soft broom will keep floors free of
dirt and grit, and minimise scratching. A vacuum can perform the same task; however we recommend
the use of a rubber or felt suction head on the vacuum.
For removal of grime we suggest regular mopping or sponging with warm water and a neutral
detergent. This is important in areas more susceptible to ‘grease and oil’ build up such as kitchens and
showers.
Cracked or chipped tiles can be replaced. Firstly, the grout must be chipped out from around the
damaged tile. The tile is then levered or broken out. The surface must be cleared of set adhesive and
grit before a new tile is laid. It is recommended that repair works be carried out by a qualified
tradesperson.
Dust and mop interior floors frequently using a clean non-treated dry dust mop. Sand, dirt and grit do
the most damage to Tile surfaces due to their abrasiveness. Mats or rugs inside and outside an
entrance will help to minimize the sand, dirt and grit that will scratch the stone floor. Be sure that the
underside of the mat or rug is a non-slip surface. Do not use vacuum cleaners that are worn. The
metal or plastic attachments or the wheels may scratch the surface.
WALL TILES
The wall tiles require regular cleaning. These areas have been tiled to protect the walls from water and
liquid penetration; therefore they are in ‘high impact’ areas. Generally wall tiles can be cleaned with
warm water and a PH neutral detergent.
The wall tiles to the shower area can be cleaned (following manufacturer’s directions) with a domestic
shower cleaning product and sponge. Grout will stain with ongoing use and should be cleaned
regularly to avoid significant build-up of grime (aggressive cleaning using a hard brush may damage
the grout and surface of the tile).
STONE MAINTENANCE & CARE
The stone installed in the kitchens & bathrooms requires responsible use and regular maintenance.
Reconstituted stone has a higher resistance to staining and wear than Granite or Marble (natural
stone).
All spills should be removed or cleaned up as soon as possible after spillage. Some spills may stain or
etch the stone. The period of time the spill is left may determine the extent of the stain. The stone can
be cleaned with a warm, damp, fibre free cloth. Only PH neutral detergent should be used for general
clean ups.
The application of a sealer does not stop staining, it minimises the penetration of the spill into the
stone. These products help preserve the appearance of the stone.
Avoid using sharp objects directly on the stone as the surface of the stone may become scratched
Avoid extreme temperatures on the stone. Use temperature absorbent mats under hot and cold
appliances. Items such as toasters and hair straighteners can discolour the surface of the stone. Do
not sit or stand on the stone tops. Concentrated point loads can cause local damage, and point and
spread loads can crack the slab.
KITCHEN SPLASHBACK
Refer to the attached cleaning advice for mirror splashbacks
Dos and Don’ts
DO Dust & mop floors frequently
DO Clean surfaces with mild detergent or stone soap (PH Neutral)
DO Thoroughly rinse and dry the surface after washing
DO Blot up spills immediately
DO Protect floor surfaces with non-slip mats or area rugs.
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DON'T Use vinegar, lemon juice or other cleaners containing acids.
DON'T Use cleaners that contain acid such as bathroom cleaners, grout cleaners or tub & tile cleaners
DON'T Use abrasive cleaners such as dry cleansers or soft cleansers
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D1.15:
Paint
Information
Maintenance
Maintenance of
Dulux
Paintwork
DULUX COMMERCIAL SALES
VICTORIA
Prepared by: Joe Dibenedetto
Commercial Sales Mgr
Phone:
0411 040 539
Date:
19 November 2016
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
2.
How to look after paintwork .............................................................................................................................6
3.
Extending your paintwork's life ........................................................................................................................6
4.
Looking after inside paintwork .........................................................................................................................6
5.
Cleaning 'flat' paintwork ...................................................................................................................................6
6.
Cleaning gloss/semi-gloss paintwork ..............................................................................................................6
7.
Looking after outside paintwork .......................................................................................................................7
8.
Dulux Customer Service ..................................................................................................................................8
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7.1.1 How to look after paintwork
When you add up the cost of paint and the price of labour, painting, like any other home
improvement represents a considerable investment. So it makes good sense to extend the
life of your paintwork for as long as possible.
7.1.2 Extending your paintwork's life
Broadly, the answer lies in allowing the paint to cure properly in the first place, then
knowing how to remove dirt, grease, mould etc., without marring the paint surface.
7.1.3 Looking after inside paintwork
Throughout the living areas and bedrooms of most homes, you will normally find walls
and ceilings finished in 'Flat' or 'Low Sheen' Acrylic.
The higher the gloss level, the more cleanable the surface. For this reason, flat is usually
specified and used for the ceilings, and low sheen is usually used for walls. In higher
“demand” areas, such as bathrooms, kitchens and laundries, semi gloss finishes are
usually used. In high demand areas, full gloss enamel will give the best performance such
as over timber doors and frames, skirting and internal balustrades.
Most water based paints appear to dry out quickly after application, but in fact it takes
around a full week under normal climatic conditions to cure and develop full washability.
So, if little fingers draw on or otherwise disfigure your newly painted wall within a few
days of it being finished, you should resist the temptation to wash it straight away.
Instead, give it up to a week to cure then wash it down to your satisfaction.
7.1.4 Cleaning ‘flat’ and ‘low sheen’ paintwork
For a start, walls and ceilings can be made to look like new if you follow these few
simple directions for the removal of dirt, scuff marks, etc.
1. Don't use rough abrasives, stiff scrubbing brushes or harsh caustic preparations. These
will 'gloss' or polish the surface resulting in obvious highlights, which can only be
rectified by repainting.
2. Instead, use warm water to which a small amount of mild detergent has been added.
3. Apply the solution to the affected area with a soft cloth, or a soft bristle brush where
the marking is particularly stubborn.
4. Having thoroughly cleaned the affected area, you should then proceed to wash down
the whole wall or ceiling to eliminate any chance of patchiness.
5. Finally, rinse off the washed area with clean water and allow to dry.
Generally most marks will come off if using this method. Some persistent marks may
remain, particularly if of a greasy type, such as black fingermarks around light switches.
In such cases, a stronger cleaning agent is required, one that has been formulated with
solvents for dissolving greasy marks. One such product is Ajax Spray n’ Wipe. The
problem is that most latex paints are sensitive to solvents and will soften on contact. If,
however, Dulux Wash & Wear 101 Flat or Low Sheen was used, then you can
confidently use Ajax Spray n’ Wipe to remove greasy marks. The Dulux Wash & Wear
101 range has been specially formulated to reduce stain penetration, and is inherently
more resistant to softening by solvent based cleaning agents.
7.1.5 Cleaning gloss/semi-gloss paintwork
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In the service rooms of your home, such as bathroom, laundry and kitchen, all surfaces
are prone to a build-up of film composed of cooking fats, soap, household dust and so on.
In relatively short periods, this film will dull the most successful paintwork. But careful
and periodic cleaning can greatly extend the life of your painted surfaces. Simply follow
these easy directions:
1. Don't use abrasives or caustic-based cleaning compounds as these will scratch or eat
into the paint surface you are doing your best to maintain.
2. Instead use warm water, with a little detergent added.
3. Apply to the affected area with a soft cloth and be sure to wash down the whole surface
as well. Where necessary, use a soft bristle brush and a little more elbow grease than
you might safely use on 'flat paintwork'.
4. Wash the whole job down with clean water and allow to dry.
7.1.6 Looking after outside paintwork
Whether your home is timber, cement render, brick, masonry or some form of building
panel, all exterior painted surfaces will benefit greatly from an annual spring clean.
You should approach the job in much the same way as for interior surfaces.
1. Prepare a bucket of warm water mixed with a moderate amount of household detergent.
Caustic-based preparations should not be used, as they will often remove not only the
grime but a good part of your paint covering as well.
2. Apply to the entire painted area with a soft bristle brush, or broom or soft cloth.
Naturally you will need ladders, scaffolding and a long-handled applicator to reach
some of the higher parts of your home's exterior, under eaves, along fascias, etc.
3. Before the wall or other painted surface has the opportunity to dry, you should hose it
down thoroughly with clean water. Hosing down by itself, even with a very good water
pressure, is not usually sufficient to remove the normal build-up of road grime, sap
stains, dust and so on.
A good job will undoubtedly keep your home looking clean, extend the life of your
paintwork and add dollars to its value. Through periodic washing, you may observe parts
of the exterior (window frames, etc.) which could benefit from a little 'maintenance
painting'. By touching up before the next overall paint job, you may be able to keep the
amount of make-ready required for your next all-over painting job to the minimum.
You will also no doubt observe that the paint finish on different walls of your home does
not deteriorate at the same rate. In general, you will find that the west wall will first show
signs of break-down, followed later by the north wall, then the east wall, and finally the
south wall. To make the painting of your home less of an onerous task therefore, why not
follow this plan of attack.
Decide to paint one wall of your home per year in the order of surface deterioration. That
is, paint the west wall in year one, north wall in year two, east wall in year three, and
south wall in year four. By painting one side of your home each year before the surface
coating breaks down, you will save a lot of work and unnecessary expense on make-ready
materials.
You can easily see then that a planned washing and painting program will enable you to
get the best value from your painting dollar and the best looking house into the bargain.
When the time comes to repaint, either a wall at a time or the complete job, ensure that
you use Dulux Weathershield X10 with Dulux Super Enamel High Gloss on all trim
work.
7.1.7 dulux acratex texture coatings
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Where a full Dulux AcraTex texture coating system has been used (comprising the
AcraPrime 501, an AcraTex Texture Coating and AcraShield 355), the AcraShield 355
acts as a self-cleaning coating that resists build up of dirt and organic growth.
Generally, the maintenance required for a full Dulux AcraTex texture coating system is
minimal; a low pressure water wash may be all that is required once in a seven year
period. In a very dirty, dusty, polluted environment, washing down may be required more
frequently, perhaps as often as once a year.
Where persistent dirt remains after water washing, the following procedure may need to
be performed.
1. Prepare a bucket of warm water mixed with a moderate amount of household detergent.
Caustic-based preparations should not be used, as they will often remove not only the
grime but a good part of your paint covering as well.
2. Apply to the entire painted area with a soft bristle brush, or broom or soft cloth.
Naturally you will need ladders, scaffolding and a long-handled applicator to reach
some of the higher parts of your home's exterior, under eaves, along fascias, etc.
3. Before the wall or other painted surface has the opportunity to dry, you should hose it
down thoroughly with clean water. Hosing down by itself, even with a very good water
pressure, is not usually sufficient to remove the normal build-up of road grime, sap
stains, dust and so on.
7.1.8 Dulux Customer Service
For further information contact:
Dulux Customer Service
Freecall 13 2377
Fax 1 800 800 864.
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D1.16: Lift Manual
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Dedicated to People FlowTM
KONE Ecosystem™ MonoSpace®
The machine-room-less elevator concept
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CAR OPERATING PANEL
The Lift Car is fitted with a car operating panel which is fixed in position using concealed
fixings. Depending upon customer requirements some lifts may have two car operating panels
Incorporated in the car operating panels are the following features:
• CAR DESTINATION BUTTONS
• ALARM BUTTON
• DOOR OPEN BUTTON
• CAR POSITION & DIRECTION INDICATOR
• FIRE SERVICE KEYSWITCH
• PRIORITY KEYSWITCH
• SPEAKER GRILL FOR EMERGENCY TELEPHONE
• LIFT NUMBER
• LOAD NOTICE
• HANDS FREE PHONE INSTRUCTIONS
• BUILDING ADDRESS NOTICE
For operation of features refer Section 3.
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CAR ENCLOSURES
The car enclosure has a clear internal size of 1400 mm wide x 1970 mm deep x 2500 mm high to the
underside of the false ceiling.
Above the false ceiling is the roof which incorporates an exhaust fan.
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SECTION 3 - OPERATION FEATURES
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LANDING BUTTONS
Call Buttons
When the button is pressed and the call registered, the responding lift will stop at the floor and the doors
will automatically open allowing access to the lift car. The button will illuminate when the call has been
registered and extinguish when the lift arrives.
• CAR POSITION / DIRECTION INDICATORS Dot
matrix Display and Direction arrows all floors
Whilst the lift is travelling up or down the relevant direction arrow and scrolling floor designations are
illuminated. When the lift stops at a nominated floor the designated symbol (G or 1 or 2 etc) or arrows
will continue to illuminate until the lift moves from that floor.
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CAR OPERATING PANEL
3.3.1 Push Buttons
Car Destination Buttons
The car destination buttons are provided for each floor served. When a button is pressed the lift will stop
at that floor and open the doors automatically to allow passengers free access to or egress from the lift.
Each button illuminates when a car call has been registered for that floor and extinguishes when the lift
arrives at the selected floor.
Alarm Button (Used in conjunction with Hands Free phone)
The alarm button is used to notify that the lift is stopped with passengers trapped inside. When the button
is pressed an alarm bell sounds at the main floor and the hands free auto dialler telephone is also
activated. This will automatically connect the lift to the KONE Elevators Emergency Service Number
"1300 362 022". A two-way conversation can then take place between the passengers and the Service
Area via the output speaker in the car and the input microphone in the front wall of the car operating
panel.
Open Doors Button
This button when pressed and held is used to hold the doors open or to reopen the doors when in the
closing mode operation. This button is operative only when the lift is at floor level.
Close Doors Button
This button when pressed and held may be used to expedite closing of the lift door when the lift is at
floor level.
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Emergency Telephone - Hands Free Type
Pressing the alarm button automatically connects the lift to the Emergency Service Number. A two-way
conversation can then take place between the passengers and the Service Centre to which the
telephone is connected, via the output speaker and the input microphone in the car operating panel.
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Load Notice
This is a Statutory requirement and displays information required by the Lift Code as well as the Lift
Number and Emergency Telephone instructions.
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EMERGENCY LIGHT UNIT
This unit illuminates the car interior, emergency telephone instructions and alarm button when
emergency lighting is in operation.
The emergency car lighting is wired to switch on automatically in the event of mains power failure and
cut out automatically on restoration of mains power. These batteries have a four (4) hour life and are recharged by a self contained solid state trickle charger.
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DOOR CONTROL - CAR DOORS
Formula "Curtain of Light" is used as a detector of traffic across the car threshold.
Failure of the light beam will cause the doors to close at slow speed with warning buzzer sounding
until the fault is rectified. Door dwell time will be increased.
The combination of calls placed on the car and interruption of this Curtain of Light will cause the door
open time to reduce on normal operation.
Open door and close door buttons will allow passenger control of these car doors while lift is at floor.
All passenger door control features will be overridden in the event of a Fire Service recall
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SECTION 6 - EMERGENCY RELEASE OF PASSENGERS
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LIFT STOPPED WITH PASSENGERS
Firstly make contact with the passengers by speaking from a landing adjacent to the stopped
lift. Ascertain the condition of the passengers and advise that assistance is on the way.
Telephone: 1300 362 022
KONE Elevators Pty Ltd
24 Hour Emergency Number as listed above.
Report the condition and position of the lift, the lift number and the fact that passengers are
trapped inside.
Do not attempt to release the passengers. If the condition of a passenger is such that
emergency rescue is required, communicate this situation to KONE Elevators and special
arrangements will be made or advice given to suit the particular circumstances.
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CALL OUT PROCEDURE
A call is initiated by pressing the alarm button inside the lift car, a hands free auto dialler
telephone is activated.
This will automatically connect the lift to the KONE Elevators emergency service centre.
KONE Elevators Pty Ltd
24 HOUR SERVICE TELEPHONE NUMBER
1300 362 022
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D1.17: Waste Chute Operation Manual
8.1 Using the Waste Chute
All residential levels have a chute access door for waste disposal. Residents are
requested to dispose waste via the hopper doors using the following instructions:
Step
1
2
3
Description
Ensure all waste is contained in tied plastic bags.
Dimensions of bags should not exceed a cube with
350mm sides. Weight of bagged waste should not
exceed 3kg.
Notes / Warnings
Do not dispose of bottles,
glass, cardboard cartons,
flammable liquids, fluids or
other materials as outlined
below via the chute
Open the hopper door and hold whilst placing rubbish Unexpected waste items may
bag in the hopper. Gently close the door (this will
be falling from above without
allow the rubbish bag to fall down the chute).
notice! Do not place your
hands or arms into the chute
(beyond the door frame)
Do not force the chute door shut – each door is fitted with a self-closing device which
allows the door to automatically shut in a gentle motion
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Appendix F: Defects – Builders Notes
A defect form will be provided on the usb given in the owners pack.
The following is a list of areas/fixtures and fittings that are commonly reported as having issues that
are incorrectly deemed to be builder’s defects:
Exhaust Fan

Fans are virtually silent as they are concealed
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Fans are concealed in ducts – a simple test with a tissue will confirm if there is a flow of
air. Hold a single piece of toilet paper to the fan and turn it on. If the paper remains on
the fan once you let go you will know if there is suction.

Some laundries and bathrooms share the same exhaust fan and this is controlled with a
2-way switch. Please check that you are using your switches correctly

Fan filters require maintenance and cleaning – please check your manual for
instructions. Your fan may simply need clearing of dust.
Oven

Check operation manual – timers can prevent the oven from turning on

Some ovens have an isolation switch above the bench top on the splash back – please
check you apt manual

Please be aware that we are not liable for warranty claims on appliances. This is carried
by the manufacturer of the appliance. Check your appliance manual.
Bathroom Fixtures (such as towel rail, shower shelf or such)

These are checked at building handover. Any wear and tear on such fixtures is not a
builder’s defect.
Windows and Glass

Windows and any glass panels are checked when the building is handed over. Any
wear and tear/breakages are not a builder’s defect.
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Timber Flooring

Your apartment timber floor is a floating floor, and is not glued or mechanically fixed to
the concrete slabs below. Therefore you may feel some movement when you walk on
the floor. This is normal.
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The floor will expand and contract in both directions as a result of temperature changes.
This is normal.
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Any excess moisture from kitchens, laundries or bathrooms can cause the boards to
swell – please refer to your user manual to ensure you do not cause damage to your
floor. Any damage caused by water will not be considered a builder’s defect.
Plaster & Paint

Your apartment ceiling and walls are lined with a plaster board material. Cracking of this
material is a common occurrence within apartments. Any cracking that is 1mm or less in
width is not a builder’s defect.
Stone Bench Top

Any damage such as scratches or cracks that are caused by the mistreatment of your
bench top are not building defects.
Condensation
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Please read the information provided in your manual about condensation

Condensation on the inside of your windows can cause damage to the internal sills and
the timber flooring. Please be aware of this moisture issue and follow the advice
provided in your manual. Damage caused by condensation is not a building defect.

It is good practice to allow airflow from the outside atmosphere into your apartment.
Plumbing Fixtures (such as tap ware, toilet systems, shower heads or such)

Servicing and maintenance of faulty plumbing fixtures is to be carried out by the
manufacturer of these items. They carry a 12 month warranty. Any malfunction of such
fixtures is not a building defect.
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Joinery (ie. Kitchen or Bathroom Cupboards etc)

Joinery must be used as it was intended. Cupboard door hinges are not designed to
carry weight, so please ensure you do not pull down on handles when opening and
closing cupboard doors. Any damage caused by such treatment is not a builder’s
defect.
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Range hoods and extractor fans/exhaust fans are designed to remove steam and
moisture from the kitchen or bathroom. They should be used at all times when cooking
or showering. Damage caused to the joinery by steam, heat and moisture is not a
builder’s defect.
Shower Screens

The shower screens in your apartment were checked when the building was handed
over. Misaligned doors or missing screen seals that are the result of misuse/wear and
tear are not a builder’s defect. Any consequential water damage caused by a damaged
a shower screen is not a builder’s defect. Any water damage caused by misuse of the
shower head or failure to use the shower screen door is not a builder’s defect.
Washing Machine

Please ensure your washing machine is installed correctly. Any faulty connections on
your washing machine that result in flooding or water damage will not be considered a
builder’s defect.
Front Door Locks

Apartments are fitted with a front door lock which requires the use of a key to lock upon
closing the door from the outside and by using the snib from the inside.
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Appendix G: Green Travel Plan
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GREEN TRAVEL PLAN
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The objective of the Green Travel Plan (GTP) is to encourage the use of green travel by
residents of the Saltriver Place development by providing them with information
regarding the Green Travel alternatives in the area.
All residents of the Saltriver Place development will be provided with an information
pack that includes details of the following alternative modes of transport:
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Train
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Tram
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Bus
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Bicycle
Details to be provided include:
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Maps and plans showing location and access to transport
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Timetables and route maps of where the transport services
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Contact details for the providers responsible for servicing the modes of transport
The Owners Corporation will table a GTP as an ongoing item for discussion. New
initiatives will be discussed, trialed and adopted from these meetings.
A representative will be appointed to enable this process.
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Footscray Train Station is 3 blocks from Saltriver Place (approximately 10 minute walk).
The Tram Stop is located one block from the Train Station.
Buses are accessible from the Train Station or at either end of Moreland Street on Hopkins Street
or Footscray Road.
Bike paths are located in front of the Saltriver Place development on the riverfront and on
Footscray Road.
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Train Station
Footscray is a “Premium Station”, and is staffed from the first to the last train seven days a week.
Contact the station on 9610 8554.
Footscray train station is Zone 1 on the Sydenham, Werribee and Williamstown lines, approximately
10 minutes from the CBD.
Trains depart Footscray Station approximately every 10 minutes and more frequently during peak
times.
For train timetables call 131 368 or visit the website at www.metlinkmelbourne.com.au
Footscray also offers V/Line country services to Geelong, Ballarat and Bendigo. For further
information on timetables is available from www.vline.com.au
Tram
Tram 82 runs from the centre of Footscray in Leeds Street to Highpoint Shopping Centre and beyond
to Moonee Ponds. It runs every 15-30 minutes. A route map is attached and further information is
available from Contact Yarra Trams: 1800 800 166 or at the website
www.metlinkmelbourne.com.au
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Bus
The main bus interchange is at Footscray Train Station but the closest stop for residents of Saltriver
Place development is near the corner of Hopkins Street and Moreland Street where the buses will take
you into the city going down Queen Street. Take any of the following buses:
216 – Caroline Springs – Brighton Beach 219 – Sunshine
Park – Gardenvale
220 – Sunshine – City – Gardenvale
Or for an alternative route that takes you into Victoria Street and to east Mlebourne take,
402 – Footscray – East Melbourne via North Melbourne
Other bus routes accessible from Footscray Station are: 223 – Yarraville –
Highpoint Shopping Centre
404 – Footscray – Moonee Ponds via Newmarket
406 – Keilor East – Footscray via Avondale Heights, Maribrynong 409 – Yarraville to
Highpoint SC via Footscray
410 – Sunshine to Footscray
411 – Laverton – Footscray via Altona Meadows, Altona, Millers Road 412 - Laverton –
Footscray via Altona Meadows, Altona, Mills Street 414 – Aircraft to Footscray via Geelong
Road
472 – Williamstown – Moonee Ponds via Footscray
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Bicycle
Travel by bike to the city is available on bike paths along both Footscray and Dynon roads
With over 18km of on and off-road routes available, the City of Maribyrnong bike network provides
access to some of the West's most popular attractions including Melbourne's Living Museum of the
West, Pipemaker's Park, Footscray Community Arts Centre, Maribyrnong Aquatic Centre and
Highpoint Shopping Centre.
Maribyrnong River Trail
The Maribyrnong River Trail stretches from Footscray in the South (where it links up with the
Williamstown Trail via on-road routes) to Dumbalk Park in the North. For much of its length there
are paths on both banks of the river. The Williamstown Trail follows the waterfront from
Williamstown to Altona.
For further information visit the information centre at Federation Square for free maps or visit
www.bv.com.au
Bicycle storage
The Owners Corporation has a preferred bike rack system that can be supplied and installed where a
suitable hanging space is available in the owner’s car park lot.
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