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DISHWASHER
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL : LD-1420T2
LD-1420B2
LD-1420W2
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C
ONTENTS
SAFETY AND CAUTION
3
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
5
PARTS NAME
9
FUNCTION OF CONTROL BUTTON
10
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
12
HOW TO USE AND OPERATE
13
OPERATING SEQUENCE
20
PROGRAM
21
USER MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
22
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
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SPECIFICATION
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AFETY AND CAUTION
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING - When using your dishwasher, follow basic precautions,
including the following:
• Please read this manual carefully before using
the dishwasher for the first time.
• This manual contains very important notes
regarding the installation, use and maintenance
of your dishwasher.
• The manufacturer can not be responsible for
problems caused by ignoring these safety and
caution instructions.
• This dishwasher is designed for normal
household use.
• Do not use the dishwasher for industrial and
commercial use, or other purpose.
• The appliance is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without supervision.
• Check packaging and dishwasher immediately
for signs of transport damage. If the appliance
is damaged, do not put it into use but contact
your supplier without delay.
• 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.
• The appliance is to be connected to the water
mains using new hose-sets and that old hosesets should not be reused.
• The door should not be left in the open
position since this could present a tripping
hazard
During use
• Only suitable household utensils should be
placed in the dishwasher.
(Please avoid utensils; that are nonheatresistant, metal decorated, etc.)
• Do not use any kinds of solvent in your
dishwasher. They may cause an explosion or
fire.
• Do not spray water on the appliance.
It may cause the failure of electric parts or
electric shock.
• Do not push down or sit on the inner door
when the door opened. It may cause the
deformation or failure of your dishwasher.
• Do not use the detergent for hand washing.
The detergent for dishwasher should be used
for normal operation.
• This appliance is fitted with a safety function
that automatically stops the operation of the
dishwasher when it is exposed to heavy
disturbance on its mains.
• Dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline.
They can be extremely dangerous if
swallowed. Avoid contact with skin and eyes
and keep children away from the dishwasher
when the door is open.
Check that the detergent receptacle is empty
after completion of the wash cycle.
During installation
• Electrical connection must be in accordance
with the rating label.
• Electrical safety is only guaranteed when the
earth system of your house is in accordance
with the related local regulations.(Do not use
an extension cable or cord.)
• If the hot water exceeds 65ºC, adjust the water
heater setting. If the hot water temperature can
not be maintained below 65ºC, the dishwasher
must be connected to cold water.
• If power supply cord is damaged, it must only
be replaced by the manufacturer or its service
agent or a similar qualified person in order to
avoid a hazard.
• This appliance must be positioned so that the
plug is accessible.
Child Safety
• Controls may be locked using “Child Lock”
mode to prevent from all the setting from
being changed by a child.
• Keep children away from detergents and rinseaids.
• Do not allow children to operate the
dishwasher.
• Young children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
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S
AFETY AND CAUTION
CAUTION
concerning the Power Cord
Most appliances recommend they be placed upon a dedicated circuit; that is, a single outlet circuit
which powers only that appliance and has no additional outlets or branch circuits. Check the
specification page of this owner's manual to be certain.
Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged wall outlets, extension cords,
frayed power cords, or damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous. Any of these conditions
could result in electric shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your appliance, and if its
appearance indicates damage or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have the
cord replaced with an exact replacement part by an authorized servicer.
Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked, pinched,
closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where the
cord exits the appliance.
CAUTION
The instructions shall state the substance of the following :
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 appliance.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding
will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric
current. This appliance is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor
and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is installed
and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
WARNING - Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a
risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or service
representative if you are in doubt whether the appliance is properly grounded.
Do not modify the plug provided with the appliance; if it will not fit the outlet
have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
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I
NSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
A qualified electrician/plumber or competent person should carry out any electrical/plumbing
work required to install this appliance.
Step 1 :
PREPARE CUPBOARD OPENING
Step 2 :
PREPARATION FOR ELECTICAL WIRING
CAUTION
1 This dishwasher is designed to fit the size
shown as below.
For personal safety, remove house
fuse or open circuit breaker before
installation. Do not use an extension
cord or adapter plug with this
appliance. Electrical and earthing
connections must comply with the
national electrical code/provincial and
municipal code and/or other local
codes.
2 Select a location as close to sink as
possible for ease of connection to the
water and drain pipes.
3 To ensure good drainage, the dishwasher
should not be installed more than 3 meters
away from the sink.
4 If dishwasher is installed in a corner, a
minimum of 5cm of space is required
between the washer and an adjacent
cabinet or wall.
1 This appliance must be supplied with
correct rating voltage and hertz as shown
on instruction manual, and connected to
an individual, properly earthed branch
circuit, protected by a minimum 15 amp
circuit breaker or time delay fuse.
Wiring must be 2 wire with Earth.
2 The power plug must be in a accessible
location adjacent to and not behind the
dishwasher and within 1.2 meters of the
dishwasher side.(See page 7 Fig.A)
3 The power plug must be correctly
earthed, if in doubt, have it checked by a
qualified Electrician. No other appliance
should be connected to the same plug
outlet by a double adapter or similar
plug.
Unit:mm
Dangerous voltage
To indicate hazards arising
from dangerous voltages.
Note – In case of application
in a warning sign the rules
according to ISO 3864 shall
be adhered to.
Any bare wood surrounding the
dishwasher should be sealed with a
waterproof paint or sealant to prevent
swelling.
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NSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Step 3 :
PREPARING THE DISHWASHER
FOR INSTALLATION
Step 4 :
INSTALLING THE
DISHWASHER IN CUPBOARD
1 Lay the dishwasher on its back.
1 Before sliding the dishwasher into the
cupboard opening, all necessary height
and balancing adjustments should be
made using a spanner.
2 Adjust the legs to the required height
as shown in below figure.
2 Slide the dishwasher into the cabinet
opening carefully. Make sure that the
drain hose inside the cabinet is not
kinked or stretched.
Adjust
leg
CAUTION
If the height of the cupboard is below
850mm, you should remove the top table
by unscrewing the 2 screws. (Two of rear)
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NSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Step 5 :
DRAIN LINE CONNECTION
When the drain hose is connected to a
separate standpipe, it is essential that an
airtight connection be made.
Refer to Fig.B
1 If the end of drain hose does not fit to
the drain line, use a rubber
connector(not supplied) that is
resistant to heat and detergent.
2 This should be available from a
plumbing shop or DIY merchants.
3 There are two typical connections as
shown in Figure A, B.
The “S” trap spigot must be drilled out
cleanly and free of obstruction to its
maximum internal diameter, if used for
drainage.
Fig. B : Drainage connection - stand pipe.
To prevent siphoning, one of the following
methods must be used:
Drain hose Extension
When the drain hose is connected to a
sink “s” trap or waste disposal unit, the
hose must be looped up to the underside
of the bench top and secured.
Extend drain hose as shown below.
CAUTION
Fig. A
When you connect or extend drain hose,
make sure that drain hose is not kinked.
(Bends should have a 40 mm radius.)
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NSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Step 6 :
WATER SUPPLY CONNECTION
Step 8 :
HOW TO LEVEL THE DISHWASHER
1 Connect the water supply hose to the
water tap as shown.(Some models
consist of an inlet valve and hose.)
This dishwasher may be fed with either
hot or cold water. If the water can not be
maintained below 65ºC, the dishwasher
must be connected to cold water.
After installing the dishwasher, you may
notice a slight sticking of the door to the
dishwasher, when you open or close the door.
If this does happen you need to adjust the level
of the dishwasher.
Case 1. In case the door is slanted to the right
2 When connecting, the sealant tape or
sealing compound to avoid water leaks.
Make sure that the line is not kinked or
sharply bent.
The new hose-sets supplied with the
appliance are to be used and that old
hose-sets should not be reused.
Fig. C
• If the door slants to the right, see fig, C and
follow these instructions:
1) Unscrew(counter-clockwise) the left leg of
the back side and correct the level.
2) Check the opening of door and repeat if
necessary until the door opens and closes
properly.
• When the product is correctly leveled, There
should be no slant , stickiness or friction
sound.
Case 2. In case the door is slanted to the left
Step 7 :
FINAL CHECK AND ASSEMBLING
1 Securely hand tighten supply hose to the
water supply.
Plug the power supply cord into an earthed
electrical point and switch on.
Fig. D
2 After installing and prior to using the
dishwasher with crockery, we recommend
that you use the dishwasher on ‘Quick’
mode to rinse through. At this stage it is
useful to ensure that there are no operating
problems or water leaks.
When the dishwasher is used for the first,
there may be a loud noise, if this happens,
turn off the power and restart the
dishwasher.
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• If the door slants to the left, see fig. D and
follow these instructions:
1) Check the opening of door if there still
remains sticky or friction sound.
2) Check the opening of door and repeat if
necessary until the door opens and closes
properly.
• When the product is correctly leveled, There
should be no slant , stickiness or friction
sound.
P
ARTS NAME
1. Control Panel
2. Door Handle
3. Front Cover
4. Lower Cover
5. Display Window
6. Power Button
7. Drain Hose
8. Inlet Hose
9. Power Cord
10. Adjustable Leg
11. Upper Rack
12. Cutlery Basket
13. Detergent And Rinse Aid Dispenser
14. Vapor Vent Cover
15. Upper Spray Arm
16. Lower Spray Arm
17. Filter ASM
18. Lower Rack
19. 3rd Rack (Cutlery Rack)
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F
UNCTION OF CONTROL BUTTON
Program
Program
• To select a program, press this button.
UV
• If you want to sterilize the dishes, press UV button.
• After drying cycle, the UV lamp will turn on to perform the sterilization function.
• At this time, “St” code is displayed in display window.
• When you open the door of dishwasher, UV lamp is turned off.
Don’t look at the lamp directly with the naked eye.
Indicator
• Child Lock.
• Refill with rinse aid.
Time Left
• Before starting, the display window shows the running time of the selected program.
• After starting, the display window shows the remaining time.
• If the dishwasher has a trouble, the trouble type is displayed.
“OE”, “FE”, “IE”, “EI”, “HE”, “CE”, “LE”, “tE”
• If this error letters are displayed, please refer to the trouble shooting guide page 24 and follow the guide.
Beep On/Off
• The dishwasher must be switched on.
• The beep on/off function can be set by pressing the Half Load and Spray button simultaneously for a few seconds.
Then, a “On” will appear in the display.
• The beep on/off function is automatically canceled when power failure occur.
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UV
Indicator
Time Left
Delay Start
Beep On/Off
Spray
Rinse
Power
Half Load
Child Lock
Rinse
• Repeated pressing of the Rinse button will select Extra Hot, Rinse+, Extra Hot & Rinse+.
• If you select the Extra Hot function, the operationg temperature will be up to 80 . (Dual Wash, Auto, Eco 50)
• When you select Rinse + an additional rinse cycle is added.
Half Load
• In case of small load, use upper or lower rack only to save energy.
• With each press, can select Upper or Lower rack only.
• In case you don’t select this button, the machine always works vario washing, which operate upper and lower spray
arm alternately.
Child Lock
• Used to lock or unlock the control buttons to prevent all the setting from being changed by a child.
• For locking/ unlocking, press Half Load and Rinse button for a few seconds simultaneously.
• The Child Lock function can only be activated after starting a wash cycle.
• It will not engage in the stand by mode.
Power
• For operating, press this button first for power on.
• After operating, this button automatically switches off for safety and energy saving.
• In case of irregular surge disturbance to the machine, the power may be automatically turned off for safety.
Spray
• With each press, the level of water jet is changed to Strong, Medium and Soft in a sequence.
Delay Start
• If you want to delay the start of selected program, press this button.
• Pressing this button will increase time by 1 hour.
• The delay start time can be adjusted from 1 hour to 19 hours.
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B
EFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
1. Adding Rinse Aid
For filling
To fill the Rinse Aid chamber, rotate the round cap counter clockwise and remove. Fill the container
to the maximum level with a good quality Rinse Aid, then replace and lock the cap.
The Rinse Aid is automatically dispensed during the final rinse cycle.
The dosage is factory set to suit most installations. If, after washing, you notice cloudy spots, streaks
or water marks on your glassware, it may be necessary to increase the setting. To do this, remove the
cap and rotate the indicator arrow to a higher setting then replace the cap . If the glasses are smeared
or foam is present on the bottom of the glass or the bottom of the machine, select a lower setting.
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H
OW TO USE AND OPERATE
1. Loading your Dishwasher
Knife, fork, and spoon handles should be
positioned between the tines.
For better washing performance, always load
the dishwasher according to the instructions.
Before loading items into the dishwasher clean
off large particles of food, in particular
insoluble items such as bones, pips, etc.
When loading the dishwasher, please act
accordingly:
Position crockery such that water will
contact all surfaces.
Deep based items should be placed at an
angle to help water run off and dry properly.
Items with burnt on food should be soaked
prior to loading in the dishwasher.
If the handles of your flatware are too thick,
then reverse the pieces so the handles face the
other direction as shown in the bottom figure.
Height Adjustable tray
Each side tray can be adjusted independently to
a high or low position to accommodate
different sizes of utensils or cutlery.
Each tray is adjusted by lifting it out and
rotating it front to back.
2. Loading the cutlery Rack
The cutlery rack is best suited for flatware and
most cooking or serving utensils.
The separators on the cutlery racks help keep
flatware separated to avoid damage and
improve cleaning.
Removable Cutlery Rack
The entire cutlery rack can be removed if more
space is needed on the upper rack for larger
items.
Loading examples (Energy test)
NOTE :
Always remove cutlery from the rack before
removing the rack.
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H
OW TO USE AND OPERATE
Loading examples (Energy test)
Pull the rack out to the end of the rails, then lift
the front of the rack so the rollers clear the stop
on the end of the rail. The rack can now be
slid forward and removed from the rails.
WARNING
Be careful when loading and unloading
sharp-edged items. Load sharp knives
with the blade down in order to reduce
the risk of injury.
3. Using the Cutlery Basket
Cutlery should be mixed within each section
of the cutlery basket to prevent nesting of
similar items. Place the cutlery in the cover
with the handles down. The cover can be
hinged and clipped away from the basket if
you choose not to use them.
Place knives in the separate rack for located in
the top of the dishwasher.
Take care when loading and unloading
sharp items.
1
2
3
4
WARNING
Knives and other utensils with sharp
points must be loaded in the basket with
their points down or placed in a
horizontal position.
How to use
4. Loading the Lower Rack
The lower basket is best loaded with dinner
plates, soup bowls, dishes, pots, pans, lids and
even the grill tray.
Plates should be positioned upright and facing
the centre of the rack and pots, pans and large
dishes must be turned upside down.
Slide two baskets in opposite directions, then
pull them apart.
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H
OW TO USE AND OPERATE
How to use
How to use
Fold-down dividers at the lower and the upper
rack can be lowered to improve stacking of
pots and pans.
Loading examples (Energy test)
Dinner Plates
Fold-down dividers at the upper rack can be
lowered to improve stacking of dishes.
Dessert Plates
Loading examples (Energy test)
Glasses
Dessert Plates
Cups
Soup Plates
Take care not to obstruct the rotation of the
spray arms and ensure that large items do not
prevent the detergent dispenser lid from
opening.
Saucers
Non Dishwasher Safe Items
The combination of high water temperatures and
dishwasher detergent may damage particular items,
therefore we do not recommend using the
dishwasher to wash the following:
5. Loading the Upper Rack
It is best to load this with more delicate items
such as, small plates, long cutlery, cups, glasses
and dishwasher safe plastic items. Plates should
be positioned upwards with the plate bottom
facing the front of the rack.
Cups, glasses and bowls must be positioned
upside down.
Extra cups or cooking utensils can be laid on
the fold down cup racks, which also provides
support for long stem glasses.
Take care not to obstruct the rotation of the
spray arm under the upper rack.
Copper or anodized aluminum
Hand painted silver or gold leaf crockery
Wood or bone handled utensils
Iron or non rust proof utensils
Plastic items that which are not dishwasher safe.
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H
OW TO USE AND OPERATE
6. Adjusting the Upper Rack
WARNING
Before adjusting, ensure the rack is
empty of all crockery.
Otherwise crockery may be damaged
or you may be injured.
Your upper rack can be raised or lowered to
cater for different sized crockery. Before
adjusting, ensure that the rack is empty.
You can change the position of the upper rack
by lifting the rack upward, into the upper
position, or by pulling on the two levers on
either side of the rack to move it down to its
lower position.
7. Adding Detergent
• Detergent must be put into the detergent
chamber before starting every program except
the Pre Wash.
• Please follow the manufacturer’s instructions
within the manual, when determining the correct
amount of detergent to use.
• If your dishes are moderately dirty, you may use
slightly less detergent than recommended.
• Chambers hold 15g and 25g.
• The amount of detergent required depends on
the program. Please refer to the guide table.
We recommend that where possible the upper
rack remains level.
And when you pull the rack upward, hold the
middle location of the upper rack
(
marked position)
After adjusting the rack levels, check
that the spray arm is free to rotate.
PROGRAM
AMOUNT OF DETERGENT
Pre-Wash
Main-Wash
Dual Wash
5
25g
Auto
5
20g
Eco50
5
15g
Gentle
15g
Quick
20g
Pre Wash
No detergent
• After the detergent is supplied, the chamber
lid should be closed.
• The detergent is dispensed automatically
during the operation.
• The chamber lid remains open after operation.
Detergent Information
Use only the detergent intended for
household dishwashers. (Ordinary handwashing detergent should not be used,
because the foam can interfere with proper
operation.)
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H
OW TO USE AND OPERATE
WARNING
Push latch to open
The detergent used is a special
Dishwasher detergent and like all
household chemicals it should be
treated as harmful and kept out of
reach of children. After completion of
the wash program, the detergent
compartment should be checked and
any remaining detergent removed.
Place proper
detergent into this
compartment
ATTENTION
Using combined detergent products
(ex.3 in 1)
Some products integrated rinse aid
work best specific programs only.
Yow will obtain optimum rinsing and
drying results by using conventional
and separate salt and rinse aid.
Products that replace regeneration salt
can only be used within a specific
water hardness range.
The use of these combined detergent
products may also cause the soap
dispenser to remain shut, therefore
failing to dispense the soap tablet.
These combined detergent products
can alternatively be placed on the filter
prior to starting the wash cycle.
Please contact the detergent
manufacturer if the drying performance
is very poor or you find the white film,
when you use the combined detergent
products.
We do not warrant the complaints that
are directly related to the use of these
products.
When using tablets, place them onto the
inside surface of the door. The use of some
combined detergent/rinse aid tablets can
cause the dispenser to remain shut during
the wash.
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OW TO USE AND OPERATE
8. Refilling
9. Drying
■ To assist drying, we recommend that the
door be partially opened after the cycle.
The display will indicate "Cd"(cool dry) for
a further 30 minutes after the end of the
cycle time. It can be interrupted or
terminated by simply opening the door.
For refilling Rinse Aid
Depending on the dosage setting and the
number of washes, the chamber may need to
be topped up, approximately once a month.
The rinse aid level can be checked by two
methods.
• By the indicator window on the dispenser
when the dishwasher door is fully open.
● Black indicates sufficient Rinse Aid
O Clear indicates Rinse Aid required
■ The use of rinse aid is recommended for
optimum drying results.
■ Select the “Extra Hot” option to get the best
drying results.
■ If the “Eco 50 + Strong Spray Level” cycle
is selected, the drying performance will be
compromised as this course uses very little
energy and will not create the residual heat
required to dry the load completely.
• By the light on the control panel, being lit,
when the dishwasher is working on.
When the lamp is lit, it means the rinse
aid is almost empty. Refill the Rinse Aid
chamber as soon as possible.
Rinse Aid Information
Rinse Aid is necessary to remove spots and
streaks from dishes as well as improved
drying. Using the correct amount will improve
wash performance. However, using too much
can produce excess foam leading to possible
water leaks.
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OW TO USE AND OPERATE
10. Dual Wash
11. Energy Test(AS/NZS 2007)
■ The spray intensity of the upper and lower
racks can be adjusted separately depending
on soil level or type of dishes loaded on each
rack. For example by selecting Soft Spray for
the upper rack and Strong Spray for the
lower rack, you can wash delicate items like
wine glasses on the upper rack while washing
pots and pans on the lower rack.
■ Appliance loaded in accordance with
standard specifications.
• Example of loaded dishwasher : p.13~15
• Capacity : 14 place settings
• Comparability course : Eco 50 Triple
Spray-Strong
• Rinse Aid setting : 3
• Reference cleaner : 22g of detergent onto
the inside surface of the door and fill 10g
into the detergent dispenser.
• Height-adjustable Rack-U must be inserted
into the uppermost position.
■ How to use Dual Wash
1. Select Dual Wash course.
2. Press Half Load key to choose Upper or
Lower. Indicator Upper is default.
3. Press Spray key to set the intensity for
upper or lower rack.
(Strong/Medium/Soft)
Medium setting is the default.
4. Select other options if required.
5. Dishwasher starts after 10 seconds.
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O PERATING SEQUENCE
Before starting, the display window shows
the running time of the selected program.
After starting, the display window shows
the remaining time.
The time in the display window will start
to decrease minute by minute.
If the door is opened during the program
a safety device ensures that the machine
stops.
Once the door is re-closed the program
will start from where it was interrupted.
Press the “Power” button
Check there is rinse aid
The corresponding indicator lights will
illuminate if refilling is required.
Open the door and check
the filters
Ensure they are clean and properly
positioned (See “User Maintenance
Instructions”).
At the end of the
washing program
Load the dishes
“End”is displayed on the digital display
and a buzzer sounds.
And the dishwasher automatically
switches off for safety and energy saving
later.
Remove any excess food.
Pull the lower rack out and arrange the
dishes and cutlery.
Pull the upper rack out and arrange the
cups, glasses, etc.
If you selected “UV” function, the
dishwasher automatically switches off
after sterilizing action.
CAUTION
Do not load the items in upper rack with
the lower rack is pulled out and loaded.
CAUTION
Empty the lower rack first and then the
upper one;this will avoid water dripping
from the upper rack onto the dishes below.
Ensure the spray arms can
freely rotate
Measure out detergent
WARNING
In general it is not advisable to open the
door while the machine is working.
If the door is opened, a safety device
ensures that the machine stops.
Care must be taken if the door is opened
during the hot phase or immediately after a
program has finished, as steam may
escape.
Add the required amount of detergent into
the dispenser and close the lid.
Setting and starting the
program
Press the program button to select the
desired program.
After 10 seconds, the machine will start.
If necessary, select the option function
corresponding to the desired program.
The indicator lights of the program and all
the phases of the program will come on.
CAUTION
That the door should not be left in the
open position since this could present a
tripping hazard.
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P
ROGRAM
Running time may vary according to the water temperature, water pressure and voltage.
Running time doesn’t include “Cool Dry - 30min”.
Program
Wash
Pre Wash
Dual Wash
Rinse
Pre Wash2
Main Wash
40
Rinse
Heating
Rinse
65
70
45
50
40
70
50
70
Dry
Cool
Dry
Auto
Eco 50
Gentle
Quick
Pre Wash
Eco 50°
Dual Wash
This program offers the most efficient energy
and water consumption for a good washing
performance. It is recommended that it will be
used every time.
This program is ideal for very dirty crockery, in
particular pots, pans and casserole dishes.
This program will be able to control the water jet
level of each spray arm differently.
For more information, refer to page 18.
Gentle
This program is for washing delicate items like
glasses.
Auto Wash
During the Auto program, the degree of
soiling in the dishes is determined by the
amount of clouding of the water.
According the degree of soiling, the
program automatically adjust the washing
time, temperature, level of water jet, the
number of rinse.
As a result, the energy and water
consumption is kept as low as possible.
The “F” on display means that the sensor
is sensing the status of the dishwasher.
Quick
Can use for lightly soiled recently used dishes
and cutlery.
When you select “Quick” program, After
finishing, “Cool Dry” function is automatically
performed for the better drying result.
Pre Wash
Can use this program for only removing soil
before washing dishes by hand.
Auto Restart
If the dishwasher is turned off by a power failure, it will restart from the position it stopped at
adjusting accordingly when you press the Power button again.
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To prevent trouble and poor operating, it is important to check filters and spray
arms at regular intervals.
Filters
Lower Spray Arm
• Remove the lower rack first.
• Turn the mesh filter counterclockwise.
• Take out the mesh filter, upper STS filter
and outer filter.
• Clean them if necessary.
• Replace them in the reverse order.
• Check that the water jet holes are not
blocked.
• If cleaning is required, remove the arm by
pulling up.
• Clean the spray arm and replace it pulling
down.
Upper Spray Arm
• Pull the upper rack forwards.
• Check that the water jet holes are not
blocked.
• If cleaning is required, remove the arm by
unscrewing the nut.
• Clean the spray arm and replace it in the
reverse order.
After each cycle, clean the filter for
the better washing result.
Before starting, check that the filter is
assembled well. If the filter is not
assembled correctly, you might have
a poor cleaning result.
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■ If a problem occurs check below to see whether this can be solved.
■ In the unlikely event that the problem cannot be rectified, please contact a
service engineer.
Problem
Possible Causes
Solution
No lights come on when
the power is turned on.
• Plug is not properly inserted into
the socket.
• Fuses blown or circuit breaker
tripped.
• The electricity of the house was
cut off.
• Check the plug.
• Check the electricity.
• Call for service.
The machine does not
start.
• Door is not fully closed.
• The start button is not pressed.
• Close the door.
• Press the start button.
The spray arms do not
rotate smoothly.
• The mounting of the spray arms is
blocked by food particles.
• Clean the holes of the
spray arm.
White deposits are left
on the dishwasher after
washing.
• The amount of detergent or rinseaid set incorrectly.
• Check the detergent
or rinse-aid.
Streaks are left on
glassware.
• Too little Rinse-Aid dispensed.
Dry results are not
satisfactory.
• Too little Rinse-Aid dispensed.
Washing results are not
satisfactory.
• Incorrect amount of detergent.
• Utensils incorrectly arranged or
overloaded.
• Filters are clogged.
• Water jet holes of spray arms
blocked.
• Spray arm's rotation obstructed by
utensils.
• Unsuitable program selected.
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• Fill the rinse-aid.
• Adjust the level of
rinse-aid container.
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Problem
Possible Causes
Solution
The display shows "OE"
code. (Water is not
pumped away.)
• The drain hose is kinked.
• The filter is clogged.
• Motor trouble.
(Washing motor or Drain motor)
• Straighten hose(s).
• Clean the filter.
• If you can not solve
the problem, call for
service.
The display shows "IE"
code.
• Water is not supplied.
• Water tap is not opened.
• Water sensor has a trouble.
• Check the water tap.
• If you can not solve
the problem, call for
service.
The display shows "EI"
code.
(Automatically Drain
pump operated.)
• Water is leaking from the hose
connections.
• Damage to the unit has been
caused by a water leak.
The display shows "FE"
code. (Automatically
Drain pump operated.)
• Excessive water is supplied than
the normal water level.
• There is a problem with the inlet
valve.
The display shows "HE"
code.
• The water heater circuit is damaged.
The display shows "tE"
code.
• Thermistor trouble or very high inlet
water temperature.
The display shows "LE"
code.
• Motor trouble.
The display shows "CE"
code.
• Motor trouble.
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• Close the water tap
and unplug the power
plug.
• Call for service.
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■ These are not error codes indicating a malfunction.
Code
Description
The display shows
“PF” code
This indicates there was a power failure. This function protects
the dishwasher in the event the power goes out or the power to
the unit is disrupted. When power is returned, and a button is
pushed, this will display for 10 seconds and then go away.
The display shows
“Cd” code
"Cd" means Cool-Dry. This is an additional drying cycle to assist
drying performance in the 'Quick' course. This cycle runs for a
further 30 minutes after the course has finished. It can be
interrupted at any time by opening the door.
The display shows
“St” code
"St" means Sanitary. This is an additional sanitary cycle using
the UV function. This cycle runs for 4 hours and can be
canceled at any time by turning the power off.
The display shows
“CL” code
“CL” means Child-Lock. This function is used to lock or unlock
the control buttons to prevent all the setting from being changed
by a child. It can only be activated during the wash cycle.
The display shows
“F” code
When the unit is displaying "F", the sensor is measuring the
water clarity. After 5 minutes of sensing (except draining and
filling), the unit's display will then show the processing time.
The display shows
numbers between 1 ~ 19
This is not an error code, but indicates the setting of the delay
start. To cancel the function, turn the power off. To change the
course and option, open the door and select another course and
option. Countdown will then continue after door is closed again.
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M EMO
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M EMO
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Capacity
14 Place settings
Weight
See rating label
Power Supply
See rating label
Power Consumption
See rating label
Water Feed Pressure
0.05 ~ 0.8 MPa
The maximum permissible inlet water pressure,
in megapascals
The minimum permissible inlet water pressure,
in megapascals
(if this is necessary for the correct operation of the appliance)
P/No.: MFL62077141
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