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KDDS 6010 - KDDD 6010
Assembly instructions
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Note to the installer
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Note to the customer
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Parts supplied - double & single models
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Tools needed
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Installation preparation - double & signle models
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Electrical information - double & single models
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Service specifications - double models
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The cavity - double models
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Plumbing options - double models
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Service specifications - single models
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The cavity - single models
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Plumbing options - single models
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Installation instructions
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Step 1: moving the product into the cavity
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Step 2: removing the tub
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Step 3: adjusting the feet (double models only)
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Step 4: securing the product
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Step 5: refitting the tub
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Step 6: connecting the drain hoses
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Step 7: connecting the inlet hose and power supply
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Step 8: measuring the toe kick
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Step 9: trimming the toe kick (double models only))
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Step 10: fitting the toe kick to the product
(double models only)
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Step 11: Final checklist (double and single models)
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Step 12: customer support
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Note to the installer
1. Read these instructions completely and carefully.
2. Installation of this
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requires basic mechanical and electrical skills.
3. Be sure to leave these Instructions with the Customer.
4. At the completion of the
installation, the Installer must perform Final Check List as per
Section 11 of these Installation Instructions.
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5. Remove all packaging materials supplied with the
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.
Note to the customer
Keep these Installation Instructions with your User Guide for future reference.
anchored before it is operated.
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must be securely
WARNING!
Before installing the
, remove the house fuse or open the circuit breaker. Ensure all
water connections are turned OFF. It is the responsibility of the plumber and electrician to ensure that each installation complies with all Codes and Regulations.
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Important!
These instructions must be followed precisely to ensure correct venting and operation of the
. In the event of a fault related to the incorrect installation, the installer will be liable
for any repairs.
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Important!
The
red.
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MUST be installed to allow for future removal from the enclosure if service is requi-
Important!
Improper installation is not covered under the Warranty.
Important!
If the
is to be relocated from one installation to another it must be kept upright to
avoid damage from water spillage.
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Parts supplied - double & single models
DOUBLE MODELS
INSTALLATION KIT
Drain Hose
Support (1)
Clamp (1)
Drain Hose
Joiner (1)
Installation
Tabs (2)
Wire
Clips (2)
Phillips 16mm
Screws (7)
Moisture
Protection
Tape (1)
Prefinished
Toe Kick (1)
White prefinished toe kick kit
or Black prefinished toe kick kit
or Iridium prefinished toe kick kit
SINGLE MODELS
INSTALLATION KIT
Clamp (1)
Drain Hose
Support (1)
Wire
Clip (1)
Drain Hose
Joiner (1)
Phillips 16mm
Screws (5)
Moisture
Protection
Tape (1)
Tools needed
Wooden Chopping Board
Tape Measure
Spirit Level
Safety Glasses
Utility Knife
Pencil Side
Sandpaper
Drill & No.2 Phillips Bit
Phillips Screwdriver
Flat Screwdriver
Adjustable Wrench or M5 Socket
Ø50mm Hole Saw
Cutting Pliers
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Installation preparation - double & signle models
ELECTRICAL PREPARATION
A) The switched power outlet for the appliance should be installed in a cabinet or on a wall adjacent to the
under bench space in which the appliance is to be installed. Note: The power outlet must be accessible
after installation.
B) The power outlet should be positioned between 150mm and 450mm from the
cavity.
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PLUMBING & DRAINAGE PREPARATION
A) A readily accessible valve must be installed in the water supply pipe.
B) If the supply pressure exceeds 1000kPa, then a pressure limiting valve must be used.
C) Review Plumbing Options on pages 4 or 6. Choose a method that best suits your needs.
D) A Drain Hose extension Kit P/N 525798 will extend the drain hose(s) by 3.6m. The kit is available from
the nearest Fisher & Paykel Authorised Service Agent. DO NOT extend beyond this limit.
E) This Dishwasher’s maximum drain height is 950mm.
CAVITY PREPARATION
A) It is required that all cabinetry surrounding the
(including underside of the benchtop) is
sealed with an oil based paint or moisture-proof polyurethane to prevent possible steam damage. The
air in the cavity can get very hot and humid (saturated at 50oC)
B) The self-adhesive moisture protection tape must be applied to the underside of the benchtop to
prevent moisture damage, (refer to cavity diagram pg 3 or 5). Ensure surfaces are dry and dust-free
prior to application.
C) Ensure the cavity provides sufficient material to secure the
using the mounting tabs (refer to
step 1, page 7). If there is nothing to screw to, add a brace. See page 3 or 5 for screw locations.
D) The services hole MUST be immediately adjacent to the rear lower corner of the cabinetry. If not, the
hoses will prevent the
being pushed back into the cavity all the way. The hole can be located
on either side depending on the location of the services.
E) Ensure the cavity sides are plumb (vertical) as this will assist with
levelling the
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F) Minimum clearances:
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2.5mm
2.5mm
13mm
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Electrical information - double & single models
POWER SUPPLY CORD
A) Care should be taken when the appliance is installed or removed, to reduce the likelihood of damage to
the power supply cord.
B) If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the Manufacturer, Service Agent or a
similarly qualified person, in order to avoid a hazard.
EARTHING INSTRUCTIONS
A) This appliance must be earthed. In the event of malfunction or breakdown, earthing will reduce the risk
of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric current.
WARNING!
Improper connection of the equipment-earthing conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.
Check with a qualified electrician or service representative if you are in doubt as to whether
the appliance is properly earthed.
B) This appliance is equipped with a power supply cord having an equipment-earthing conductor and an
earthing plug. The power supply plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is installed and
earthed in accordance with all local Codes and Regulations.
WARNING!
Do not modify the power supply plug provided with the appliance - it will not fit the outlet,
have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Do not use an extension cord, adaptor
plug or multiple outlet box.
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Service specifications - double models
WATER CONNECTION
Recommended COLD (Maximum 60°C).
3/4 “ BSP (GB20) to suit flat washer.
WATER SOFTENER MODELS
Refer to your
User Guide on how to set up your water softener.
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WATER PRESSURE
Maximum
1000kPa (145 p.s.i.)
1000kPa (145 p.s.i.)
Water Softener Models
Other Models
Minimum
100kPa (14,5 p.s.i.)
30kPa (4,3 p.s.i.)
DRAIN CONNECTION
Drain Hose Joiner to suit Ø19mm ± 2mm waste tee.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
220-240 VAC power outlet, 9 Amps Minimum.
LENGTH OF SERVICES (FROM PRODUCT EXIT POINT)
Drain hose - 2250mm
Inlet hose - 1750mm
Power supply cord - 1965mm
NOTE: Services approximately exit product 189mm from left; 550mm from front; 793mm from top.
8mm
570mm
595mm
Side View
#
719.5mm
819.5 - 879.5 mm
2mm
Tabs
819.5 - 879.5mm
*
520mm
Drawer Open
67mm
Prefinished model shown
* For an Integrated
the product depth is specified with an 18mm Integrated Panel thickness.
** Depth of product excludes Curvature (30mm), or Handle.
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† TOE KICK DEPTH
67mm less the Toe Kick Panel thickness (Minimum Panel thickness using the supplied screws is 9mm).
# DOOR FRONT HEIGHT
719.5mm minimum.
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The cavity - double models
Screw 14mm From
front of cabinetry
100mm
109.5mm
10mm
+
Moisture
Protection
Tape
90°
Ø50mm
services hole
immediately
adjacent to corner,
can be either
side
50
5m
10mm
moisture
protection
tape
822.5mm-882.5mm
645.5mm
Min thickness
of cavity sides
is 16mm
97mm
benchtop
+
m
580mm
throughout cavity
600mm
NOTE: All depth measurements are taken from the front face of the adjacent cabinetry.
These marks indicate mounting tab screw locations (refer to step 1 page 7)
WARNING!
Ensure the edges of the services hole are smooth or covered to prevent damage to the power
cord of hoses.
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Plumbing options - double models
OPTION 1
and Standpipe Ø38mm with Air Gap.
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(750 mm - 882.5mm )
WASTE
POWER
OUTLET
WATER
SUPPLY
VALVE
200mm
MINIMUM
BENDS RADIUS
FROM VALVE
WASTE
OPTION 2
with Waste Disposal. Standpipe
Ø38mm with Air Gap.
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WASTE
(750 mm - 882.5mm )
PLEASE NOTE: It is NOT recommended to
connect the
to any part of the Waste
Disposal System.
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POWER
OUTLET
PRESA DI
ALIMENTAZIONE
WATER
DISPOSAL
WATER
SUPPLY
VALVE
200mm
MINIMUM
BENDS RADIUS
FROM VALVE
WASTE
OPTION 3
using Sink Trap with Drain Hose Joiner.
POWER
OUTLET
PRESA DI
ALIMENTAZIONE
NOTE: Options 1 and 2 are the preferred options.
Drains will need to be separated to satisfy Kosher
requirements. We suggest you confirm acceptability
with your local Rabbi in respect to Kosher
installations.
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(750 mm - 882.5mm )
150mm
MIN
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DRAIN
HOSE
JOINER
WASTE
VALVE
WATER
SUPPLY
200mm
MINIMUM
BENDS RADIUS
FROM VALVE
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Service specifications - single models
WATER CONNECTION
Recommended COLD (Maximum 60°C).
3/4 “ BSP (GB20) to suit flat washer.
WATER SOFTENER MODELS
Refer to your
User Guide on vhow to set up your water softener.
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WATER PRESSURE
Water Softener Models
Other Models
Maximum
1000kPa (145 p.s.i.)
1000kPa (145 p.s.i.)
Minimum
100kPa (14,5 p.s.i.)
30kPa (4,3 p.s.i.)
DRAIN CONNECTION
Drain Hose Joiner to suit Ø19mm ± 2mm waste tee.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
220-240 VAC power outlet
4.5Amps Minimum.
*
Tabs
Side View
Drawer Open
Prefinsished model shown
*For an Integrated the product depth is specified with an 18mm Integrated Panel thickness.
** Depth of product excludes Curvature (30mm), or Handle.
LENGTH OF SERVICES (FROM PRODUCT EXIT POINT)
Drain hose - 2250mm
Inlet hose - 1750mm
Power supply cord - 1965mm
NOTE: Services approximately exit product 189mm from left; 550mm from front; 393mm from top.
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The cavity - single models
100mm
10mm
benchtop
90°
Moisture
Protection Tape
5
+
97mm
67mm
+
Ø50mm services hole
immediately
adjacent to corner,
can be either side
+
412mm
10mm
m
05m
+
moisture
protection
tape
Minimum
thickness of
cavity sides
is 16mm
580mm
throughout cavity
600mm
These marks indicate mounting tab screw locations (refer to step 1 page 7)
NOTE: All depth measurements are taken from the front face of the adjacent cabinetry.
NOTE: To align drawer front to adjacent cabinetry, the product to counter top clearance can be increased
from 3mm.
Important!
Adjacent cabinetry must not extend above cavity base.
WARNING!
Ensure the edges of the services hole are smooth or covered to prevent damage to the power
cord or hoses.
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Plumbing options - single models
OPTION 1
and Standpipe Ø38mm with Air Gap.
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POWER
OUTLET
( 750 mm - 882.5mm )
WASTE
WATER
SUPPLY
VALVE
200mm
MINIMUM
BENDS RADIUS
FROM VALVE
WASTE
OPTION 2
with Waste Disposal. Standpipe
Ø38mm with Air Gap.
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POWER
OUTLET
( 750 mm - 882.5mm )
WASTE
PLEASE NOTE: It is NOT recommended to
connect the
to any part of the Waste
Disposal System.
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WASTE
DISPOSAL
WATER
SUPPLY
VALVE
200mm
MINIMUM
BENDS RADIUS
FROM VALVE
WASTE
OPTION 3
using Sink Trap with Drain Hose Joiner.
( 750 mm - 882.5mm )
150mm
POWER
OUTLET
NOTE: Options 1 and 2 are the preferred options.
Drains will need to be separated to satisfy Kosher
requirements. We suggest you confirm acceptability
with your local Rabbi in respect to Kosher
installations.
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DRAIN
HOSE
JOINER
WASTE
WATER
SUPPLY
200mm
MINIMUM
BENDS RADIUS
FROM VALVE
VALVE
MIN
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Installation instructions
PLEASE NOTE: Your model of
may differ from the model shown in the installation diagrams.
Installation is similar for all models either Single or Double. Information referring to Single models only is in
italic. Installation diagrams have been simplified to enable clearer instruction. FOR INTEGRATED
PRODUCTS FOLLOW THE INTEGRATED PANEL PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS P/N 526610,
BEFORE MOVING THE PRODUCT INTO THE CAVITY.
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READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY AND CAREFULLY.
Step 1: moving the product into the cavity
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WARNING!
Be careful of sharp edges.
Important!
DO NOT push middle of drawers.
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MOUNTING TAB OPTIONS
The mounting tabs are in pairs, one on each side of the product.
They are used to secure the product to the cavity sides. Installation
requires two sets of tab pairs be used, either A and B tab pairs or B
and C tab pairs. All tabs would be optimum.
1 If the top installation tabs C are to be used, fit to the chassis by
inserting into the top slots as shown. Ensure the tabs are fully
locked in place.
2 Check cavity for any obstructions that may interfere with sliding
the product back. Loosen the feet DOUBLE MODELS ONLY.
3 Push product into cavity to suit adjacent cabinetry. Do not push
middle of drawer(s). Ensure inlet, drain hose(s) and power supply
cord are not restricted or damaged by carefully pulling all excess
length through the services hole, while the product is being
pushed back into the cavity.
FOR SINGLE MODELS, check that the base of the product is not
bowed. Do not rest single models on your knee when moving them
into the cavity.
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Step 2: removing the tub
Important! (SINGLE MODELS ONLY)
The product may move. Mark chassis position on cavity.
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4 SINGLE MODELS ONLY. Gently open the drawer and mark the
chassis position on the cavity, before removing the tub.
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5 Open the drawer (Bottom drawer in DOUBLE MODELS).
Release the tub by depressing the right hand tub clip and pushing
it back 30mm. Repeat on the left hand side.
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6 Lift the tub up off the drawer runners.
7 Slide both runners back into the product.
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8 Place the tub onto the floor.
For SINGLE MODELS, depending on the height of the cavity, the
tub will need to be supported, eg. on a chair.
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Step 3: adjusting the feet (double models only)
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Adjust the height of the product to suit the cabinetry, by turning
the feet from inside the product using a wrench or M5 socket.
5mm
TIP - Gently take the load off each foot using the slide and
then turn by hand.
NOTE: For integrated products, the upper panel may be aligned with
the top of the adjacent cabinetry, provided a minimum 5mm
clearance from the bench is maintained.
Important!
The product must be levelled to within 2.5mm from front to
back, and side to side.
Important!
The product should NOT support any part of the kitchen
cabinetry.
TIP - Place a spirit level on the drawer runners to level the
product.
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Step 4: securing the product
10 SINGLE MODELS ONLY
Check the position of the chassis is still where marked on the
cavity, before securing the product.
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11 There are four 16mm round holes, two on the left and two on the
right hand side in the sound insulation. These provide access to
the mounting tabs.
To secure the product to the cabinetry use a 16mm Phillips screw
in each mounting tab.
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Make sure the sound insulation is positioned correctly before
continuing installation.
12 Screw the two top tabs to the underside of bench. Use the
supplied Phillips 16mm screws. Tabs can accommodate a
maximum of 19mm vertical gap.
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Step 5: refitting the tub
Important!
Before refitting the tub, ensure the hoses are not twisted and
the latches at the rear of each drawer runner are facing
forward.
13 To refit the tub, make sure both of the latches at the rear of each
drawer runner are facing forward. Ensure hoses are hooping
upward. Place the tub on the half open drawer runners and close
the drawer.
Drawer
Runner
Latch
Latch
Bracket
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14 Check the tub clips have reset on both sides of the tub. If not, pull
the tub clips forward until the tub clip button is reset.
TUB CLIP
Important!
Ensure the tub clips on both sides are reset.
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INCORRECT
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Step 6: connecting the drain hoses
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with Hose Joiner (see Plumbing Options).
Remember to slip the wire clip(s) on the drain hose(s) first.
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Attach the Drain Hose Support to the cabinetry (with the screw
supplied) to prevent siphoning and to keep the drain hose(s)
from kinking. If required, the Drain Hose(s) may be trimmed to
a suitable length.
Important!
Minimum hole size to be connected to the drain system is
12.7mm.
The Drain Hose support must be used.
Ensure the Drain Hose(s) are fully extended to prevent
sagging (see diagram to left).
Drain Hose joiner must not support weight of hoses. Keep
excess length of Drain Hose on the
side of the Drain
Hose support or trim to suit.
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DOUBLE
DRAIN HOSE
JOINER
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POWER
OUTLET
WASTE
TEE
VENT
WATER
SUPPLY
WATER
SUPPLY
120mm
Maximum
38mm
STANDPIPE
(see Plumbing
Options 1 or 2)
(750mm - 882.5mm)
16 When using the standpipe option (see Plumbing Options),
hose(s) should not extend further than 120mm down the
standpipe, in order to prevent siphoning.
SINGLE
DRAIN HOSE
JOINER WASTE
TEE
(750mm - 882.5mm)
15b Attach the Drain Hose Joiner to the waste tee (see Plumbing
Options). Ensure a snug fit. If required a hose clamp may be
used.
DRAIN
HOSE
SUPPORT
150mm MIN
15a Slip a wire clip over each drain hose, then push the hoses into
the Drain Hose Joiner firmly, 5 clicks. Position the wire clip(s)
between the two positioning ribs on the Drain Hose Joiner.
WIRE
CLIP
WIRE
CLIP
15b
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Step 7: connecting the inlet hose and power supply
WARNING!
DO NOT plug the product in at this stage.
WENT
WASTE
Important!
DO NOT cut the inlet hose.
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VALVE
POWER
OUTLET
17 Connect the Inlet Hose to the water supply. Ensure the sealing
washer is in place. The hose coupling must be tightened a further
half turn after seal contact. TIP - Turn the water valve ON to
check for any leaks.
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WATER
SUPPLY
200mm
MINIMUM
BENDS RADIUS
FROM VALVE
18 Ensure there is a power outlet in reach of the power supply cord.
If there is not a suitable outlet available then have one installed by
a qualified electrician.
NOTE: SINGLE MODELS DO NOT HAVE A TOE KICK TO INSTALL.
PROCEED TO STEP 11 FINAL CHECK LIST.
Step 8: measuring the toe kick
19 Partially open the bottom drawer. Turn Prefinished Toe Kick
upside down and hold vertically against the bottom edge of the
Tub side (not the drawer front).
Mark the position of the bottom edge of the Tub side on the Toe
Kick.
Choose the nearest groove to the pencil mark which will result in
the shortest Toe Kick.
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Botton edge
of tub side
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Step 9: trimming the toe kick (double models only)
Important!
Before cutting ensure the Toe Kick is positioned on a
wooden chopping board to avoid damage to surrounding
area.
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20 On the chosen groove cut down the vertical ribs at the
centre and the ends using a knife. Cut along full length with
a knife. Turn Toe Kick over, bend and then cut from front.
Sand or scrape bottom edge to remove rough patches.
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21 To avoid a cutting hazard remove all sharp edges after
trimming.
WARNING!
Remove all sharp edges
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22 Remove Toe Kick tabs by snapping them off.
Step 10: fitting the toe kick to the product
(double models only)
23 Partly open bottom drawer. Position Toe Kick behind door and
slide onto the mounting rails on the underside of tub.
24 Close bottom drawer, check if flush with adjacent cabinetry. If
required open drawer and adjust.
Note: Clearance between Toe Kick and floor must be 12mm
minimum.
Toe Kick
Mounting
Rails
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When Toe Kick is in position, open bottom drawer and gently
fasten the Toe Kick screws, on each side.
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WARNING!
DO NOT over tighten screws. Overtightening will damage the
plastic mounting detail.
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Step 11: Final checklist (double and single models)
• Ensure product is level, securely fastened to the cabinetry and opens and closes freely. The
must be free to close with no resistance from the cabinetry.
• Ensure inlet hose to valve connection is tightened a further half turn after seal contact.
• Ensure any knockouts or plugs in drain connection have been drilled out and drain connection has been
made.
• Turn ON the power and water supply. The
should beep and light up.
• Open the drawer(s) and check operation of Wash Programme Control Panel and check the sprayarm(s)
are in place and free to rotate.
• On the Wash Programme Control Panel select Rinse and close the drawer(s). Start the programme by
pressing the Start/Pause button.
• After the Rinse programme has finished, ensure machine has run and drained correctly.
• Check water supply and drainage connection for leakage.
• Repeat for each Drawer.
- LEAVE ALL LITERATURE WITH CUSTOMER.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
• Excessive water remaining above the filter plate, after the rinse cycle; check for kinked drain hoses or
blocked waste connection.
• No water supply; check water is connected, ON and there is water pressure.
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does not light up when the tub is opened; ensure power is connected and is switched ON.
• Water around water supply and drainage connections - check connections, existing plumbing and hoses
for leaks.
• If a fault occurs, consult the Fault Code Section of the User Guide.
• If unable to resolve, contact your Customer Care Centre.
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Step 12: customer support
If you have any questions concerning the installation of this
Warranty information for contact details.
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, please see your User Guide or
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