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Installation Instructions
Dishwasher
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................................... 2
WHAT YOU NEED....................................................................................................................... 2
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS............................................................................................................. 3
BEFORE STARTING THE INSTALLATION................................................................................... 3
XXL DISHWASHERS.................................................................................................................... 4
– UNIT DIMENSIONS................................................................................................................ 4
– PREPARING THE LOCATION................................................................................................. 4
ADA AND XL DISHWASHERS..................................................................................................... 5
– UNIT DIMENSIONS................................................................................................................ 5
– PREPARING THE LOCATION................................................................................................. 5
CORNER INSTALLATION............................................................................................................ 6
EASYINSTALL CONNECTIONS................................................................................................... 6
WATER SUPPLY........................................................................................................................... 6
DRAIN CONNECTIONS............................................................................................................... 7
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.................................................................................................... 8
PREPARING THE DISHWASHER FOR INSTALLATION............................................................... 9
MOVING THE MACHINE INTO PLACE....................................................................................... 9
CONNECTING THE ELECTRIC CABLE.................................................................................... 11
CONNECTING THE WATER SUPPLY........................................................................................ 11
FASTENING THE DISHWASHER TO THE CABINET................................................................. 12
INSTALLING THE TOE KICK..................................................................................................... 12
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST...................................................................................................... 16
IMPORTANT!
READ ALL OF THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING THE DISHWASHER.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
INTRODUCTION
Read these instructions carefully and completely before
you install the machine. The installation should be
carried out by a qualified person who is familiar with all
local codes and ordinances for electrical and plumbing
connections.
NOTE:
Cosmetic damage must be reported to the ASKO dealer
within five days from the date of purchase. As soon as
you unpack the dishwasher, thoroughly check it for
cosmetic damage.
WHAT YOU NEED
TOOLS
1)
Phillips No. 2 screwdriver
2)
Flat blade screwdriver
3)
Torx screwdriver size T 20
4)
Adjustable wrenches (if you use copper fittings)
5)
Open-ended wrench
(1/2˝ [12 mm], 5/8˝ [16 mm] and 1˝ [24 mm])
6)
Tape measure
7)
Spirit level
8)
Electric drill with 1-1/2˝ drill bit
9)
Keyhole saw
MATERIALS SUPPLIED
4
3
*
*
2
2x
*
5
*
6
*
7
2x
1"
(25 mm)
1
* Only select models.
MATERIALS
• Minimum 3/8˝ OD copper tubing of sufficient length
for your installation
• Shut-off valve and fittings for water supply line
Tip Guards (optional)
When it is not possible to attach the dishwasher to the
cabinet or the underside of the counter top, you should
install tip guards to prevent the machine from tipping
when you open the door. Sold individually.
Tip Guards
(P/N 8070851)
AUTOMATIC HIGH LOOP
The drain hose is fastened to the back of the machine at the best height. To eliminate potential drain problems,
leave this hose in place.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• It is important that you closely follow the instructions
provided here.
• The power outlet for the dishwasher should be
installed in a location that is easily accessible once
the dishwasher is installed.
• An incorrect or defective installation can lead to
higher consumption of energy, water and dishwashing
detergent, which can lead to higher costs and poor
cleaning results.
• Always follow the applicable regulations for water,
drain and electrical connection.
• If a dishwasher must be hard wired, it must be
connected to a grounded circuit.
• Plumbing and electrical installations must be carried
out by qualified professionals.
• Exercise caution during the installation! Wear
protective gloves! Always work in pairs!
WARNING!
Turn off the water supply when installing the
dishwasher!
BEFORE STARTING THE INSTALLATION
Connection to water supply:
NOTE:
Check that the fitting and connection measurements
are correct. See UNIT DIMENSIONS and PREPARING
THE LOCATION.
• There must be a shut off valve on the water supply
pipe. The shut off valve should be installed in a
location that is easily accessible so that the water may
be shut off in the event that the dishwasher needs to
be moved.
Installation advice:
• Cable holes for wires/cables need not be larger than
1-1/2˝ (38 mm).
• Attach the light shielding film (see FITTING THE
DISHWASHER IN PLACE). Only select models.
XXL/XL?
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XXL
XL
See page 4
See page 5
[mm]
XL / XXL
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XXL DISHWASHERS
UNIT DIMENSIONS
U.S.
Metric
Technical Data
Height (Adjustable)*
34-3/8˝ to 36-1/2˝
873 mm to 927 mm
Electricity
120V, 60Hz, 15 amp
Width
24˝
610 mm
Water pressure
Depth (Includes high loop)
4.2 - 140 psi,
0.03-1.0 MPa,
0.3-10 Bar
Heating element
1200 watt
Max loading
1300 watt
22-7/8˝
581 mm
DepthW/handle
24-7/8˝
(D5634XXLHS, D5654XXLHS,
D5894XXLHS)
632 mm
Depth W/Door Open
49-1/2˝
1257 mm
Weight
110 Ib
50 kg
* Total height can be reduced by 1/2˝ (13 mm) by removing upper trim, and lowering side trim (2).
24-7/8"; 632 mm
49-1/2"
1257 mm
D5634XXLHS, D5654XXLHS, D5894XXLHS
22-7/8"
581 mm
5-3/8" to 7-3/8"
137 mm to 187 mm
*34-3/8" to 36-1/2"
*873 mm to 927 mm
24"
610 mm
2-7/8"
73 mm
Door
3-3/8"
86 mm
2"
50 mm
9"
229 mm
PREPARING THE LOCATION
873 to 927 mm
Width
24˝
610 mm
Depth
24˝
610 mm
The best place for your dishwasher is in the kitchen near
the sink. This makes it easier to connect the water and
drain supply lines.
A built-in dishwasher must be enclosed on the top, both
sides and the back.
The electrical and water supplies should enter through
the area indicated by the shading on the illustration at
right. Preferably, they should come through the right side
of the machine. The access hole must be round and
smooth and no bigger than 1-1/2˝ (38 mm) in diameter. If
the partition is metal, it needs to be covered with an edge
protector. Use caution when the appliance is installed
or removed, to reduce the likelihood of damage to the
power-supply cord.
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5-3/8"
136 mm
61 24"
0
m
m
The power-supply receptacle for the appliance shall
be installed in a cabinet or on a wall adjacent to the
undercounter space in whitch the appliance is to be
installed.
24"
610 mm
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873-927 mm
Metric
34-3/8˝ to 36-1/2˝
34-3/8" to 36-1/2" minimum
U.S.
Height
10 4" 51 2"
2
m
m
m
m
Cutout Dimensions
ADA AND XL DISHWASHERS
UNIT DIMENSIONS
U.S.
Metric
Technical Data
Height (Adjustable)*
32-1/4˝ to 34˝
819 mm to 864 mm
Electricity
120V, 60Hz, 15 amp
Width
24˝
610 mm
Water pressure
Depth (Includes high loop)
22-7/8˝
581 mm
DepthW/handle
(D5634ADAHS, D5624XLCS,
D5634XLHS, D5638XLHS,
D5644XLCS)
24-7/8˝
632 mm
4.2 - 140 psi,
0.03-1.0 MPa,
0.3-10 Bar
Heating element
1200 watt
Max loading
1300 watt
Depth W/Door Open
48-3/8˝
1229 mm
Weight
108 Ib
49 kg
* 32-1/4˝ (819 mm) height requires removal of top trim, and lowering side trim (2).
24-7/8"; 632 mm
48-3/8"
1229 mm
DepthW/handle
24"
610 mm
5-3/8" to 8-1/8"
137 mm to 206 mm
32-1/4"* to 34"
819* mm to 864 mm
22-7/8"; 581 mm
2-7/8"
73 mm
Door
3-3/8"
86 mm
2"
50 mm
9"
229 mm
PREPARING THE LOCATION
819 to 864 mm
Width
24˝
610 mm
Depth
24˝
610 mm
The best place for your dishwasher is in the kitchen near
the sink. This makes it easier to connect the water and
drain supply lines.
A built-in dishwasher must be enclosed on the top, both
sides and the back.
The electrical and water supplies should enter through
the area indicated by the shading on the illustration at
right. Preferably, they should come through the right side
of the machine. The access hole must be round and
smooth and no bigger than 1-1/2˝ (38 mm) in diameter. If
the partition is metal, it needs to be covered with an edge
protector. Use caution when the appliance is installed
or removed, to reduce the likelihood of damage to the
power-supply cord.
5-3/8"
136 mm
61 24"
0
m
m
The power-supply receptacle for the appliance shall
be installed in a cabinet or on a wall adjacent to the
undercounter space in whitch the appliance is to be
installed.
*819-864 mm
Metric
*32-1/4˝ to 34˝
*32-1/4" to 34" minimum
U.S.
Height
10 4" 51 2"
2
m
m
m
m
Cutout Dimensions
24"
610 mm
* 32-1/4˝ (819 mm) height requires removal of top trim, and
lowering side trim (2).
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CORNER INSTALLATION
If the dishwasher is installed in a corner, there must be
a minimum clearance of 2˝ (50 mm) from the side wall
so the door can open.
2˝ clearance
EASYINSTALL CONNECTIONS
PEX tubing with 3/8˝ compression fitting
PEX tubing has a 95-year spec life.
Fits American dishwasher water
supply valves. Be sure to install the
O-Ring which is attached to the PEX
tubing in a plastic bag.
Electrical cord
120 volts, 15 amp cord is supplied with
the dishwasher.
WARNING!
Do not use an extension cord for this appliance.
Drain hose boot
Ready to be cut to desired
drain connection. Only
one clamp required.
WATER SUPPLY
WARNING!
Plumbing connections must comply with applicable
sanitary, safety and plumbing codes in your area.
The machine can be connected to either a hot (max. 160
°F, 70 °C) or cold water supply. We recommend a cold
water supply. The water pressure should be 4.2-140 psi.
WARNING!
In order to prevent heat damage to the inlet valve, all
solder connections must be made before the water
line is connected to the dishwasher.
Connect to cold water...
If you use oil or electricity to heat your home.
Connect to hot water (max 160 °F, 70 °C)...
If you use district heating, solar power, or geothermal
power to heat your home. Choosing a hot water
connection cuts program times and reduces the
dishwasher’s electricity consumption.
The dishwasher comes with a 6-foot PEX water supply
line that has a 3/8˝ NPT female connection.
After determining where the water supply line will enter
under the sink, drill a 1-1/2˝ (38 mm) access hole and
run the line to the approximate inlet valve location shown
in the figure below. The water line inlet valve is on the
right rear of the machine.
For service convenience, a shut-off valve (not supplied)
should be installed in the supply line in an easily
accessible location, such as, beneath the sink.
1. Water supply
2. Water supply valve to dishwasher (not supplied)
NOTE:
Be sure to run the PEX tubing through the hole to the
sink compartment before moving the dishwasher into
position.
It is important that the water supply line and the shut off
valve have a sufficient flow volume. At least 3 gallons
(12 liters) per minute must be able to pass through the
line. The water pressure should be 4.2-140 psi.
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DRAIN CONNECTIONS
ASKO provides a 7/8˝ (22 mm) diameter corrugated
drain hose which is connected to the back of the unit to
form a high loop.
NOTE:
Do not use any fittings anywhere in the drain
line that are less than 7/8˝ (22 mm) OD.
THREE WAYS TO INSTALL
DRAIN CONNECTIONS
A) Typical connection to sink plumbing before
trap (high loop drain)
The access hole for the drain line should be 1-5/8˝ (41 mm)2˝ (50mm) max.
The end of the drain line
is 1/2˝ (12 mm), but it
is adjustable to 7/8˝, 3/4˝, 5/8˝ (22 mm, 19 mm,
and 16 mm). If the drain connection is larger than
1/2˝ (12 mm), you can easily cut the drain line to fit the
connection.
508
The illustrations to the right show three ways to connect
the drain supply line.
THE HIGH LOOP
The high loop is necessary for
proper draining. Therefore, all ASKO
dishwashers have the drain hoses
attached to the drain pump and
fastened to the top back of the unit,
as illustrated. This gives the drain hose an automatic high
loop, which is necessary for proper draining. The drain
hose is fastened at the best high loop height.
B) Connection to air gap then to the trap
To eliminate potential drain problems, simply leave this
hose in place.
508
DO NOT REMOVE THE HIGH LOOP ATTACHED TO
THE BACK OF THE DISHWASHER!
IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER:
•
•
•
•
•
Failure to provide the proper drain connection height
(minimum of 20˝ (508 mm) above the bottom of the
dishwasher base) or a 20˝ (508 mm) high loop will
result in improper drainage, which will damage the
machine.
No part of the drain hose should be higher than 35˝
(889 mm) from the bottom of the dishwasher.
The drain hose can be extended to a maximum
length of 10 feet (3048 mm). Joints and jointed tubes,
if any, must have a minimum 7/8˝ (22 mm) OD.
If the drain line is going to be connected to a waste
disposer, be sure to remove the knockout or plug
from the fitting on the disposer before connecting
the drain line.
Do not use fittings smaller than 7/8˝ (22 mm) OD;
otherwise the water may not drain properly.
When the installation is ready, open the supply valve
to pressurize the fill system. Then check that all
connections are tight and there are no leaks.
C) Connection to waste disposer with air gap
508
NOTE:
Don’t forget to remove the knockout or plug from the
disposer fitting.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
WARNING!
Before working on wiring for any electrical appliance,
be sure the electrical power has been turned off at
the breaker/fuse box.
WARNING!
Do not use an extension cord for this appliance.
WARNING!
Disconnect the electrical power supply and place a
tag at the disconnect switch indicating that you are
working on the circuit.
WARNING!
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185
Electrical and grounding connections must comply
with the applicable portions of the national electrical
code and/or other local electrical codes.
The dishwasher comes with an electrical
cord for 120 volts, 15 amp supplied. This
cord should be plugged into the 120 volt
outlet under the sink.
NOTE:
Access holes should be 1-1/2˝ (38 mm) in diameter
with no sharp edges.
If the cord is not long enough, or if a hard-wire installation
is needed, follow instructions on page 11.
PERMANENTLY-CONNECTED APPLIANCE
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This unit must be grounded to operate properly. It must
be connected to a grounded metal, permanent wiring
system, or an equipment-grounding conductor must
be run with the circuit conductors and connected to the
equipment-grounding terminal or lead of the appliance.
Damage to the dishwasher could occur if it is not properly
grounded.
WARNING!
Make sure the water supply line, drain line and branch
circuit wiring do not touch any exposed terminals of
dishwasher wiring.
CORD-CONNECTED APPLIANCE
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-grouding conductor and
a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into
an appropriate outlet that is installed and grouded 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 electrican 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 proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
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PREPARING THE DISHWASHER FOR INSTALLATION
At this point the styrofoam, plastic wrap, and the wood
pallet (base) should be removed from the dishwasher.
Now is an excellent time to inspect for any shipping
damage. Should you find any damage, you should report
it to your dealer or builder immediately.
Be sure to remove the toe kick and toe kick insulation
(only on certain models) from the top of the dishwasher.
ATTACH THE LIGHT SHIELDING FILM
(Only certain models.)
Attach the light shielding film (packed in the document
bag) to the underside of the countertop above the touch
buttons.
Be sure to remove the transport protection for the door
when unpacking the dishwasher.
1
2x
NOTE:
The surface on which the protective film is to be attached
must be clean and dry.
ATTACH THE SUPPLIED DOOR SEALING
(Only certain models.)
This strip is an essential part of the Turbo Dry Express
system and must be installed to ensure an optimum
seal between the dishwasher tank and door.
SLIDES FOR LEGS
1
Use caution when sliding the dishwasher into place.
The protective slides could cause damage to certain
types of soft flooring.
2
2
MOVING THE MACHINE INTO PLACE
As you do this, feed the drain line and inlet hose into the
access hole(s) in the side of the cabinet. Use caution
when sliding the dishwasher into place. The protective
slides could cause damage to certain types of soft
flooring.
WARNING!
Be careful of sharp edges.
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MOVING THE MACHINE INTO PLACE
Rear foot
Front feet
1˝ (24 mm)
1˝ (24 mm)
ADJUSTING MACHINES WITH THREE OR
FOUR FEET
ADJUSTING MACHINES WITH FRONT
ADJUSTABLE REAR FOOT
1. Position the machine in front of the cabinet opening.
1. Position the machine in front of the cabinet opening.
2. Push the plastic feet into place on all steel feet
(included in document bag). (Only certain models.)
2. Push the plastic feet into place on all steel feet
(included in document bag). (Only certain models.)
3. Start by measuring the height from the floor to the
bottom edge of the counter top. Measure the height
from the floor to the top edge of the dishwasher.
3. Start by measuring the height from the floor to the
bottom edge of the counter top. Measure the height
from the floor to the top edge of the dishwasher.
4. Loosen the lock nuts on the dishwasher’s steel feet
using a 5/8˝ (16 mm) open-ended wrench. Screw the
lock nuts down as close to the floor as possible.
4. Loosen the lock nuts on the dishwasher’s front steel
feet using a 5/8˝ (16 mm) open-ended wrench. Screw
the lock nuts down as close to the floor as possible.
5. Make the height adjustment while the dishwasher is
in front of the opening. Adjust all feet by turning them
clockwise to raise or counterclockwise to lower the
dishwasher.
5. Lean the dishwasher forwards a little and roughly
adjust the rear foot by turning the adjustment screw
at the front clockwise to raise and counterclockwise
to lower the dishwasher (see illustration above). Use
a flat-bladed screwdriver or a 1/4˝ nut driver.
6. Check that the height of the machine corresponds
to the height from the floor to the bottom edge of the
counter top.
7. Tighten the lock nuts (lock nut) on the rear feet (foot).
8. Pull out the drain hose to ensure there are no sharp
bends.
9. Start to feed water and drain lines and electric cord
(if necessary) into the access hole(s) in the cabinet.
10. Gently slide the unit into the dishwasher opening. As
you do this, feed the drain line and inlet hose into the
access hole(s) in the side of the cabinet.
11. If installing in a metal cabinet, the hole(s) for the drain
hose and connection pipe must be fitted with edge
protectors/rubber grommets.
12. Place the spirit level on the dishwasher door to check
that the machine is level and adjust if necessary. The
door must be fully closed!
13. Make any final adjustments to the front feet. (The
machine may have an inclination of 3/16˝ (5 mm)
maximum without affecting its performance.)
14. When the front feet are properly adjusted, tighten the
lock nuts to the base pan.
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6. Adjust the front feet by turning them clockwise to
raise or counterclockwise to lower the dishwasher.
7. Check that the height of the machine corresponds
to the height from the floor to the bottom edge of the
counter top.
8. Pull out the drain hose to ensure there are no sharp
bends.
9. Start to feed water and drain lines and electric cord
(if necessary) into the access hole(s) in the cabinet.
10. Gently slide the unit into the dishwasher opening. As
you do this, feed the drain line and inlet hose into the
access hole(s) in the side of the cabinet.
11. If installing in a metal cabinet, the hole(s) for the drain
hose and connection pipe must be fitted with edge
protectors/rubber grommets.
12. Place the spirit level on the dishwasher door to check
that the machine is level and adjust if necessary. The
door must be fully closed!
13. Make any final adjustments to the feet. (The machine
may have an inclination of 3/16˝ (5 mm) maximum
without affecting its performance.)
14. When the feet are properly adjusted, tighten the lock
nuts on the front feet to the base pan.
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CONNECTING THE ELECTRIC CABLE
If the cord is not long enough, or if a hard-wire installation
is needed, follow the steps below to complete the
electrical connection.
4.
Connect ground wire to ground connection screw
on the bottom.
WARNING!
Before starting this procedure, be sure the power is
turned off at the breaker/fuse box.
1. Connect supply cable with
a UL-listed strain relief
bushing (if nonmetallic
cable is to be used).
2.
Connect branch circuit
white lead to N lead on
filter.
3.
Connect branch circuit
black lead to L lead on filter.
NOTE:
When doing a hard-wire installation, you must remove
the supplied power cord.
CONNECTING THE WATER SUPPLY
In order to prevent heat damage to the inlet valve, all
solder connections must be made before the water
supply line is connected.
Flush the water supply line prior to connecting it to the
water fill tube.
The unit has a float switch in the base pan to protect
against flooding. If the inlet valve connection is not
seated properly, water may leak into the base pan and
activate the float switch.
Water connection should be carried out by a qualified
professional. It is important that the water supply line
and the shut-off valve have a sufficient flow volume. At
least 3 gallons (12 liters) per minute must be able to
pass through the line. Connect the machine using the
accompanying supply hose. Water pressure should be
4.2-140 PSI. There should be a shut off valve on the
water pipe.
If the pipes are newly installed, it may be wise to flush
them through so that any debris is washed away.
Otherwise, debris can clog the filter in the machine’s
water intake and cut off the water supply.
Only use the inlet hose supplied with the machine. Do
not reuse old or other loose inlet hoses.
Use the supplied O ring and tighten the connection by
hand plus a quarter turn with a wrench.
1. Water supply
2. Water supply valve to dishwasher (not supplied)
NOTE:
Be sure to run the PEX tubing through the hole leading
to the sink compartment before moving the dishwasher
into position.
TESTING FOR LEAKS
1. Turn on the water supply and check for leaks.
2. Turn the power on at breaker/fuse box and test the
dishwasher operation by running a Rinse & Hold
cycle. (This should take about six minutes.)
3. Turn off the electrical power and check for leaks
under the dishwasher and sink.
4. Make sure that no kinks have developed in the drain
lines.
If there are no leaks and the dishwasher seems to
be working properly, continue with the installation.
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FASTENING THE DISHWASHER TO THE CABINET
It’s necessary to fasten the dishwasher to the cabinet
so it won’t tilt when the door is opened or if something
heavy is placed on the door. Use only the stainless steel
screws provided with the machine.
1.
2.
Use option A for U.S. or European
standard installations. Use option
B only for European standard
installations, or U.S. installations
where there is a hard counter-top such
*
as tile or marble.
2
When the machine is properly
attached, check that the feet
* are tight
against the floor and that the1machine
is level.
3
2x
4
*
2x
5
NOTE:
When it is not possible to attach the dishwasher to the
*
cabinet or the underside of the
6 counter top, you should
install tip guards to prevent the machine from tipping
when you open the door. Sold individually.
1"
(25 mm)
NOTE:
Be sure to use white spacers to keep from over-tightening
the mounting screws.
Tip Guards
(P/N 8070851)
INSTALLING THE TOE KICK
?
5
TYPE A
See page 13
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6
TYPE B
See page 14
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INSTALLING THE TOE KICK
TYPE A
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Insulation material
1.
2.
3. The toe kick is attached with two screws that can
only be adjusted vertically.
NOTE:
or
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INSTALLING THE TOE KICK
TYPE B
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Insulation material
1.
4.
5.
x
x
6.
2.
3.
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INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
ASKO - DISHWASHER
Appliance Installation Checklist
• Remove packaging and check for cosmetic damages.
• Remove the information packets from inside the dishwasher.
• Attach any accessories as required by the installation. Fill strips, light shielding
film, supplied door sealing...
• Attach the drain line using the largest section of the disposer boot allowable.
Leave the high loop in place.
• Attach the PEX fill hose. Don’t forget to use the O-ring.
• Plug the dishwasher into the wall.
• Turn on the water and check the fill line connections for leaks.
• Slide the unit into the cabinet and level the machine front to rear, and left to right.
• Mount the unit to the cabinet.
•
Turn the power to the unit on and start a cycle. Make sure there are no drain
leaks.
• Show the customer their warranty card, and help them locate the model and
serial number on the unit.
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