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Asko 492635 Use & Care Guide PH
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing this quality product from ASKO.
We hope it will meet your expectations and fulfill your needs for many years to
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high quality. These are key characteristics of all our products and the reason
they are greatly appreciated throughout the world.
To get the most out of your new dishwasher, we recommend that you read the
operating instructions before using it. The operating instructions also include
information on how you can help protect the environment.
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Operating Instructions
Dishwasher
ASKO D5656XXLHS
Contents
Front panel
Important safety instructions
Before washing for the first time
Loading the dishwasher
Using the dishwasher
Settings
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3
4
5
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11
Care and maintenance instructions
Troubleshooting
Technical information
Service
Program chart
Notes
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Front panel
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2
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4
5 6
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10
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12
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On/Left-on mode
5
Rinse aid indicator
9
Delayed start
2
Program selector
6
Child lock (button lock)
10
Set time (for the Time program)
3
Program symbol
7
High temperature
11
Time saver
4
Display
8
Long dry
12
Start/Stop
The panel is fitted with touch buttons with audible feedback (see the chapter Settings).
NOTE!
• Two minutes after the last button press, the panel backlight enters energy saving mode. Close and reopen the door, or press the
On/Left-on mode button, to reactivate the panel.
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Important safety
instructions
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
WARNING!
When using your dishwasher, follow basic precautions, including the following:
• Read all instructions before using the dishwasher.
• Use the dishwasher only for its intended function.
• Use only detergents or wetting agents recommended for
use in a dishwasher and keep them out of the reach of
children.
• When loading items to be washed:
– locate sharp items so that they are not likely to damage
the door seal, and
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– load sharp knives with the handles up to reduce the risk
of cut-type injuries.
Do not wash plastic items unless they are marked “dishwasher safe” or the equivalent. For plastic items not so marked,
check the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Do not operate the dishwasher unless all enclosure panels
are properly in place.
Do not tamper with controls.
Do not abuse, sit on, or stand on the door or dish rack of
the dishwasher.
To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow children to play in
or on a dishwasher.
Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced
in a hot water system that has not been used for two weeks
or more. HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water
system has not been used for two weeks, before using the
dishwasher turn on all hot water faucets and let the water
flow from each for several minutes. This will release any
accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas is flammable, do
not smoke or use an open flame during this time.
Remove the door to the washing compartment when removing an old dishwasher from service or discarding it.
Read the grounding instructions in the installation instructions.
• Should a child swallow dishwasher detergent or rinse aid,
give plenty to drink immediately, i.e., one or two glasses of
milk or water. Do not try to induce vomiting. Seek medical
advice immediately: Call the National Capital Poison Center
at 1-800-222-1222.
• Always close the door and start the dishwasher as soon as
you put in the detergent.
• Always keep small children away from the machine when it is
open. There may be some detergent residue left inside the
machine.
• If dishwasher detergent gets in someone’s eyes, rinse them
with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes.
Activate child lock (Kid Safe™)
You can activate the child lock (button lock) to prevent children
from starting the dishwasher (see the section Settings).
Winter storage/Transport
• Store the dishwasher where the temperature remains above
freezing.
• Avoid long transport distances in very cold weather.
• Transport the dishwasher upright or laying on its back.
Overflow guard function
The overflow protection starts pumping out the machine and turns
off the water supply if the water level in the dishwasher exceeds
the normal level. If the overflow protection is triggered, turn off
the water supply and call the Customer Care Center.
Care and maintenance instructions
When cleaning the edge around the door, use only a slightly
damp cloth. Do not spray water around the edge! Moisture can
make its way into the lock, which contains electrical components.
Packing material
Please sort waste materials in accordance with local guidelines.
General
Disposal
• Do not run the dishwasher while you are out of the home.
• Do not store or use combustible materials, gasoline, or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
• Disconnect electrical power to dishwasher before servicing.
• Repairs should be done by a qualified technician.
• When the machine has reached the end of its service life and
is to be disposed of, it should immediately be made unusable.
Pull out the power cable and cut it as short as possible.
• The dishwasher is manufactured and labeled for recycling.
• Contact your municipality for information about where and
how your dishwasher can be recycled correctly.
WARNING!
This product may contain chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm.
Child safety
TIP!
Dishwasher detergents and rinse aids are corrosive, so always
keep them out of reach of children.
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Before washing for the
first time
Water supply
Setting the rinse aid dosage
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. See also the section
Economic dishwashing in the chapter Loading the dishwasher.
The section Settings describes how to set rinse aid amount. The
rinse aid amount can be set from
(Off) to
(High dose).
(Factory settings:
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Program key
Some dishwashers include program keys in different languages.
Attach the program key in the appropriate language to the top
of the door.
Checking water hardness
Contact the local water utility to check the water hardness in your
area. This is important to determine how much detergent and
rinse aid to use.
Fill with rinse aid
Use rinse aid to improve wash and dry times. Also use rinse aid
to achieve clear and spotless results.
1 Open the rinse aid compartment lid.
2 Carefully top up with rinse aid. Only add rinse aid to the level
marked max.
3 Wipe up any spilled rinse aid around the compartment.
4 Close the lid firmly.
Refill rinse aid indicator
When the rinse aid needs topping up, the above symbol lights
on the display.
NOTE!
After topping up, it may take a while before the symbol goes
out.
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Increase the rinse aid dosage:
• If the dishes have water marks.
Reduce the rinse aid dosage:
• If the dishes have a sticky white/blue film.
• If the dishes are streaked.
• Heavy foaming. If you have very soft water, the rinse aid can
be diluted 50:50 with water.
Loading the dishwasher
Economic dishwashing
Typical load for 10 place settings
Run programs only with a full load
Wait until the dishwasher is fully loaded before running a program,
this way you save energy. Use the Rinse & Hold program to rinse
the dishes if there are any unpleasant odors while you wait for
the dishwasher to become fully loaded.
Run programs at a lower temperature
If the dishes are only lightly soiled, you can select a lower temperature with certain programs. See also the section Selecting
Options in the chapter Using the dishwasher.
Select a program with the option Short dry
To save energy, use Short dry. The drying result will be better if,
once the program is finished, you leave the door slightly open.
Do not rinse under running water
Simply scrape off large food particles before loading the dishwasher.
Choose a green detergent
Read the environmental declaration on the packaging!
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.
Upper basket with 10 place settings AHAM DW-1
NOTE!
Ensure the upper basket is set to its lowest position.
Fragile dishes
Some cookware is not dishwasher safe. This can be for several
reasons. Some materials cannot withstand high temperatures,
others can be damaged by dishwasher detergent.
Fragile decoration
Porcelain with decoration on top of the glazing (the items feel
rough) should not be washed in a dishwasher.
Crystal/Glass
Position items so they do not touch during operation. Use a short
program with the lowest possible wash temperature. Select Short
dry. Do not wash fragile items in the dishwasher.
Glass washed at high temperatures can develop a gray film that
cannot be removed. Wash fragile glasses at a low temperature
with a small amount of detergent.
Silver
Silver and stainless steel items should not come into contact, as
the silver can become discolored.
Cutlery with glued handles
Some types of glue are not dishwasher safe. In such cases, the
handles may loosen.
Wood
Wooden items should only be washed in a dishwasher if marked
dishwasher safe.
Aluminum
Aluminum can lose its shine if washed in a dishwasher. However,
good quality aluminum pans can be washed in a dishwasher,
even if some of the shine will be lost.
Plastic items
Avoid washing plastic items that cannot withstand high temperatures.
Lower basket with 10 place settings AHAM DW-1
The baskets
The dishwasher includes an upper, a lower, and a cutlery basket.
The basket appearance may differ depending on the configuration.
Upper basket
Place glasses, cups, bowls, side plates, and saucers in the upper
basket. Place all soiled surfaces down! Place wine glasses on
the wine shelf. Place knives on the knife stand, if applicable.
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Middle basket
The middle basket's wire basket with spray pipes is suitable for
short objects. The middle basket's utensil basket has space for
ladles, whisks, serving cutlery, and similar items.
Wire basket
Utensil basket
Washing larger items
The two baskets in the middle basket can be removed, or the
entire middle basket can be removed, to create more space between the upper and lower baskets if larger items are being
washed.
Foldable tines
The foldable tines can be folded up or down to make it easier to
load pots, bowls, and glasses.
Lower basket
Place plates, side plates, serving dishes, pots, and cutlery (in
the cutlery basket) in the lower basket.
Place pots and pans in the right rear of the lower basket for the
best cleaning results from the two rear spray nozzles (Power
Zone™ Pot & Pans), which are intended for these types of dishes.
Raising the upper basket
1 Pull out the upper basket.
2 Grab the sides of the upper basket with both hands and lift it
up.
Lowering the upper basket
1 Pull out the upper basket.
2 While holding the basket, pull out the two locking handles on
either side to lower the upper basket.
Foldable tines
Lower the foldable tines when washing large pots. In the rear
right part of the lower basket, half of the foldable tines can be
folded when washing, for example, stoneware or a large pan.
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Using the dishwasher
Vase and bottle holder
Add detergent
Washing large plates
Move adjustable tines and their mounts to widen the distance
between the tine rows to adapt the lower basket to plates with a
diameter greater than 9 3/4" (25 cm).
2 Main wash detergent compartment
Cutlery basket
Place cutlery with the handles facing down, except for knives,
and spread them out as much as possible. Ensure that spoons
do not stack inside each other.
The cutlery basket is best placed in the middle at the front of the
lower basket to best utilize dishwashing performance from the
unique spray nozzle (Power Zone™ Cutlery), which is intended
for the cutlery basket.
WARNING!
Knives and other pointed items must be placed with the points
down in the cutlery basket or horizontally in other baskets.
Fold-down section for small items
The cutlery basket has a fold-down section in the middle for small
items, or small shafts, such as electric whisk attachments.
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b
1 Prewash detergent compartment
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We recommend that you use only unscented, granular automatic
dishwashing detergent. Using the wrong detergent could cause
flooding and/or damage your dishwasher. Do not use detergent
that has been wet and is clumped. Also, check the expiration
date on the container.
The amount of detergent needed can vary due to differences in
water hardness. To determine the water hardness in your area,
contact your local water utility or area water softening company.
The harder the water, the more detergent you may need. Refer
to the chart below for the recommended detergent amounts
based on water hardness. Remember, you should adjust the
amount of detergent you use by small amounts until you find the
correct amount. Twelve grains and higher is extremely hard water
and detergent alone may not be enough. You may need to use
a water softener to maximize the performance of your dishwasher.
Also, in areas with hard water (9+) you may need to wash at
lower temperatures to prevent hard water deposits from forming
in tank and wash system. In hard water areas, both the dishes
and the machine can develop a white or gray film after a while.
If this happens, run the Normal wash program with high temperature and two tablespoons of citric acid or commercially available
dishwasher cleaner in the detergent compartment (with no dishes
in the machine).
NOTE!
We recommend that you do not add prewash detergent for the
program Quick wash.
NOTE!
Check that the spray arms can rotate freely.
NOTE!
If you use a dishwashing detergent with a rinse aid additive,
you should not fill the rinse aid dispenser. This could cause a
film on your dishes.
Recommended detergent amounts based on water hardness
Water hardness
Detergent amounts
Soft
(0-3 grains per gallon)
Prewash 1 teaspoon
Main wash 1 to 1-1/2 tablespoons
Medium
(4-8 grains per gallon)
Prewash 1 teaspoon
Main wash 1 to 2 tablespoons
Hard
(9+ grains*)
Prewash 1 teaspoon
Main wash 2 to 3 tablespoons
*12 grains and higher is extremely hard water.
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WARNING!
Children must be supervised – dishwasher detergent is corrosive!
Normal wash
This program is recommended for daily, regular, or typical use
to completely wash a full load of normally soiled dishes, such as
plates, serving dishes, cups, and glasses. No options are recommended.
NOTE!
Use only dishwasher detergent! Liquid hand-washing detergent
must not be used as the foam that forms prevents the dishwasher from operating effectively.
Dishwasher tablets
Halve the tablet if it is difficult to close the dispenser lid. There is
a risk that the detergent will not be released properly if the lid is
tight and cannot open correctly.
Heavy wash
Program for very dirty dishes, such as pans, casserole dishes,
and oven dishes. If these dishes do not completely fill the dishwasher, you can add plates and other dishes that can withstand
a Heavy wash to fill out the load.
NOTE!
Quick wash
This program is used for glasses and porcelain that is lightly
soiled, such as coffee cups.
Dishwasher tablets are not recommended for short programs
(less than 75 minutes). Use powder or liquid dishwasher detergent instead.
Hyg Hygiene wash
3-in-1/All-in-one detergent
Read through the directions for these products carefully. If anything is unclear, contact the detergent manufacturer.
On/Left-on mode
Press and hold the On/Left-on mode button until the display lights
up.
Program selection
Press the Program selector one or more times until the desired
program symbol appears on the display.
Time program
The program adapts to the specified running time or finish time.
With this program, it is important to choose a time suited to how
dirty the dishes are.
0:30-1:15 Lightly soiled dishes
This program is recommended for baby bottles and cutting
boards when additional sanitation is required. The temperature
is high in the main and final rinse.
Delicate wash
If the dishes are only lightly soiled, you can select Delicate wash.
This program is intended for glasses and porcelain that have just
been used and as such do not require such a powerful program.
This program can be used for fragile dishes. Select Short dry to
be extremely cautious. See also the section Fragile dishes in
Chapter Loading the dishwasher.
Eco wash
This program is most effective in terms of combined energy and
water consumption.
Upper half
You can use this program if you only have cups and glasses that
need washing in the upper basket. Lightly soiled dishes can also
be placed in the lower basket.
1:30-2:00 Normally soiled dishes
2:15-3:00 Heavily soiled dishes
Lower half
You can use this program when you only want to wash plates
and cutlery in the lower basket. Lightly soiled dishes can also be
placed in the upper basket.
To set the program time, see the section Selecting Options.
Sanitation wash
A program that is able to deal with most household germs and
particularly dirty dishware. This program uses a high final rinse
temperature for good drying results and to kill germs.
NB: Do not load dishware that cannot withstand high wash or
rinse temperatures.
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Rinse & Hold
Use to rinse dishes while you wait for the dishwasher to become
fully loaded.
Selecting Options
To select an option, press one of the option buttons. The field
under the button lights when the option is activated. The available
options depend on the selected program. Once you have started
the program, the options you selected are saved for the next time
you use the same program. An exception is the Delayed start
option.
Start the dishwasher
High temperature
Activate this option for improved dishwashing results. The machine then uses a higher temperature for the main wash. This
option cannot be activated if the Time saver option is selected.
If you want to use the lower temperature, press again so that the
field under the button turns off.
You can vary the temperature as shown below:
Sanitation wash: 150 °F (65 °C) / 160 °F (70 °C)
Normal wash:
124 °F (51 °C) / 150 °F (65 °C)
Heavy wash:
140 °F (60 °C)/150 °F (65 °C)
Quick wash:
85 °F (30 °C) / 140 °F (60 °C)
Delicate wash:
105 °F (40 °C) / 120 °F (50 °C)
Eco wash:
130 °F (55 °C) / 140 °F (60 °C)
Upper half:
130 °F (55 °C) / 150 °F (65 °C)
Lower half:
130 °F (55 °C) / 150 °F (65 °C)
Long dry
Activate Long dry to increase final rinse temperature and dry time
to improve drying results. This causes a slight increase in energy
consumption. This option can be used with all programs except
Time program, Hygiene wash and Rinse & Hold. This option
cannot be activated if the Time saver option is selected.
If you want a program with Short dry, press again so that the field
under the button turns off.
Delayed start
When you select Delayed start, the dishwasher will start 1-24
hours after you press the Start/Stop button.
Press and hold Start/Stop until the display shows
(the door
open symbol). This indicates that the dishwasher is ready to start.
Close the door properly, otherwise the dishwasher will not start.
The display flashes three times with the remaining time to indicate
that the program has started.
NOTE!
If the machine does not start within 2 minutes of the last button
press, the display returns to showing the last program run.
Time remaining
Once you have selected a program and options, the display indicates how long the program took the last time it was used. Once
you have started the dishwasher, the display indicates how much
program time remains. The remaining time is updated after the
water for the final rinse has been heated.
This may differ somewhat from time to time depending on the
temperature of the water supply, the amount of dishes, the ambient temperature, and other factors.
The time counts down while the program is running and the remainder of the program is displayed. The remaining time is displayed, e.g., 1:15, meaning that 1 minute 15 seconds of the
program remains.
NOTE!
During the first run of each program, the remaining time displayed can be slightly misleading, as the dishwasher is estimating the time. When you run the program a second time, the
dishwasher will calculate the remaining time based on the
previous duration of the program.
Stopping or changing a program
1 Press the button once to activate Delayed start. Press the
button several times – or hold it in – to set the desired number
of hours.
If you want to change programs after starting the dishwasher,
open the door then press and hold Start/Stop for three seconds.
Add more detergent if the lid of the detergent dispenser has
opened. Then choose a new program, press Start/Stop, and close
the door.
2 Press Start/Stop and the dishwasher counts down 1 hour at
a time and starts after the selected delay.
Do you want to add more dishes?
Press and hold Start/Stop for three seconds if you want to cancel
the Delayed start option.
Open the door. The dishwasher stops automatically. Add the
dishes, close the door, and the dishwasher resumes the program.
NOTE!
Remember to press the Start/Stop button to start the program.
Set time
Press the option button several times – or hold it in – to set the
desired program time for Time program. You can choose a program time between 30 minutes and 3 hours.
Time saver
This option shortens the program time, but uses more energy
and water. This option can be selected with the Sanitation wash,
Normal wash, Heavy wash, Upper half, and Lower half programs.
If the dishwasher is turned off using
the On/Left-on mode button or due
to a power failure
If the program was not finished, the interrupted program resumes
when power is restored.
NOTE!
During drying, the program is interrupted if the power is cut or
the door is open for more than 2 minutes.
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Once the program has finished
Once the program has finished, "End" appears on the display.
At the end of the program, one short signal will sound. Chapter
Settings describes how to change this function.
Once the cycle is complete, the dishwasher uses standby power
only.
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Settings
Do as follows to open the settings menu:
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1.
First, open the door. Turn off the dishwasher using the On/Left-on mode button (press and hold). Release the button.
2.
Press and hold the On/Left-on mode button until the display lights up.
3.
Within five seconds, press and hold the Program selector and the Long dry button.
4.
Release the buttons when the display shows
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TIP!
Be sure to press right on the symbols, so as not to inadvertently activate any other button. Try again if you fail to open
the settings menu the first time.
Press to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
Current setting.
Current setting value.
Press to browse between setting values.
You can now adjust the following settings:
Button press Options
(Off)
(On)
Settings
Description
Child lock
(Kid Safe™)
You can activate the child lock (button lock) option
to prevent children from starting the dishwasher.
Press the High temperature and Long dry buttons
simultaneously to temporarily deactivate the button
lock when you want to start the dishwasher. The
button lock is automatically reactivated after 2
minutes.
Press Start/Stop to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
If you do not want to change any other settings, keep pressing Start/Stop to step through the entire settings menu.
(Off)
Buzzer volume
The dishwasher uses a buzzer to indicate when a
program is finished or when a fault has occurred.
(Low)
(High)
Press Start/Stop to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
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Button press Options
(Off)
Settings
Description
Operation volume
This sound is used to confirm each button press.
(Low)
(High)
Press Start/Stop to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
LCD contrast
(Display on the front of the door)
For adjusting the contrast of the display on the front
door.
Press Start/Stop to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
(Low)
LCD contrast
(Display on the panel)
For adjusting the contrast of the display on the
panel.
(High)
Press Start/Stop to save the setting value and continue to the next setting.
(Off)
Rinse aid
(Low dosage)
(High dosage)
Press Start/Stop to exit the settings menu.
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Rinse aid dosage setting.
Care and maintenance
instructions
Coarse filter
NOTE!
The coarse filter traps larger food particles, which cannot get
past the drain pump. Empty the coarse filter as necessary.
The dishwasher must not be used without the filters in place!
1 Lift the coarse filter by the handle.
Dishwashing results may be affected if the coarse filter is incorrectly fitted.
2 Empty the coarse filter. Remember to replace it!
Drain pump
Coarse filter
The pump can be accessed from inside the dishwasher.
1 Cut the power to the dishwasher by unplugging the unit from
the power outlet.
2 Remove the coarse filter and pipe section.
3 Remove the small yellow drain pump access cover at the left
of the bottom drain (see illustration below).
Fine filter
Debris that collects on the fine filter is automatically rinsed away
during each wash. However, the fine filter and its pipe section
should be cleaned a couple of times a year.
1 Turn the handle counterclockwise once.
4 By inserting your finger into the hole, you can turn the pump
blades to release anything blocking the pump.
Fine filter
1x
2 Lift the pipe section straight up by the handle. Free the coarse
filter to clean the pipe section.
3 Remove and clean the fine filter.
5 Reinstall the access cover and filters.
4 Replace in reverse order. Check that the edges seal properly
when replacing the fine filter.
6 Plug the machine in again.
Pipe section
If the dishwasher still does not start and a whirring sound is
heard, the overflow protection has been triggered.
• Shut off the water.
• Unplug the unit from the power outlet.
• Call the Customer Care Center.
NOTE!
Do not forget to reinstall the drain pump access cover.
5 Lock the filter in place by turning the handle clockwise to the
stop position. The handle should point straight out from the
dishwasher.
Spray arms and spray pipes
Holes and bearings can become blocked. Remove debris using
a needle or similar item. The spray arms have holes on the bottom.
1x
Spray arms can be removed for cleaning. Reinstall after cleaning.
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Door
When cleaning the edge around the door, use only a slightly
damp cloth (with a little cleaner if necessary).
WARNING!
Do not use a spray bottle or the like around the door lock. This
is to ensure that water does not penetrate the door catch and
come into contact with the electrical components.
Lower spray arm
• Pull the lower spray arm straight up to release it.
Upper spray arm
• Pull out the upper basket.
• Unscrew the spray arm bearings counterclockwise to remove
the spray arm from the upper basket.
The middle spray pipes
• Pull out the middle basket.
• Check the holes in the spray pipes.
Limescale deposits
The dishwasher tub is made of stainless steel and is kept clean
through normal use. However, if you have hard water, limescale
deposits may form in the dishwasher. If this happens, run the
Normal wash program with high temperature and two tablespoons
of citric acid or commercially available dishwasher cleaner in the
detergent compartment (with no dishes in the machine).
Spray pipes
Front panel
Keep the touch buttons clean and free from grease. Wipe them
clean with a dry or slightly damp cloth. Never use cleaners – they
can scratch the surface. Use the On/Left-on mode button to turn
off the dishwasher before cleaning the touch buttons to avoid
activating any buttons unintentionally.
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Troubleshooting
Display
Type of fault
Action
Overfilling
Call the Customer Care Center.
Water outlet fault
See "Water remains in the dishwasher above the filters"
in the table below.
Water inlet fault
Check that the water supply valve is on.
Inlet valve leakage
Turn off the water supply valve and call the Customer
Care Center.
Turn off the machine with the On/Left-on mode button and then turn it on again to clear the error message from the display.
Problem
Possible causes
Action
The dishes are not clean.
The spray arms do not rotate.
Remove the arms and clean them.
Check that the dishes are not blocking the
spray arms.
Detergent is too old. Detergent is a perishable product.
Avoid large packages.
Incorrect detergent dosage.
Dose according to water hardness. Far too
much or far too little detergent can result in
poor dishwashing results.
Dishwashing program too weak.
Select a higher temperature or a more powerful program.
Dishes loaded incorrectly.
Do not cover dishes with large bowls or lids.
Avoid placing very tall glasses in the corners
of the baskets.
Glasses and cups have toppled over during Load the dishes securely.
the program.
Spots or films on the dishes.
The filter is not correctly fitted.
Screw the filter firmly into place. See the
section Care and maintenance instructions.
Incorrect rinse aid dosage setting.
See the sections Before washing for the first
time and Settings.
Too high temperature and/or too much deter- Wash crystal at a low temperature and with
gent can cause etching on crystal. Unfortu- a conservative amount of detergent. Contact
nately, this cannot be repaired, only prevent- the detergent manufacturer.
ed.
The dishes have a sticky white/blue film.
Rinse aid dosage setting too high.
Reduce the amount. See the sections Before
washing for the first time and Settings. If you
have very soft water, you may want to dilute
the rinse aid 50:50 with water.
Spots on stainless steel or silver.
Some types of food, such as mustard, may- Rinse off these types of food if not starting
onnaise, lemon, vinegar, salt, and dressings, the dishwasher immediately. Or why not run
can mark stainless steel if left for too long. the Rinse & Hold program?
All stainless steel can cause spots on silver Silver and stainless steel items should not
if they come into contact during dishwashing. come into contact during dishwashing.
Aluminum can also cause spots on dishes.
Spots left after washing.
Lipstick and tea can be difficult to wash off. Use a detergent with a bleaching agent.
Rattling sound when dishwashing.
The dishes are not correctly placed or the
spray arms are not rotating.
Check that the dishes are placed securely.
Spin the spray arms to make sure they can
rotate.
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Problem
Possible causes
Action
The dishwasher does not start.
The Start/Stop start button has been pressed Press and hold Start/Stop until the display
for too short a time.
shows
(the door open symbol). This
indicates that the dishwasher is ready to start.
The door is not properly closed.
Check.
A fuse/circuit breaker has been tripped.
Check.
The plug is not plugged into the power outlet. Check.
The water supply valve is turned off.
Check.
Overflow/leaks.
Check.
A whirring sound (the drain pump) is heard Turn off the water supply valve. Pull out the
from the dishwasher and does not stop when plug and call the Customer Care Center.
the power is cut with the On/Left-on mode
button.
Check that the Delayed start option has not Press and hold Start/Stop for three seconds
been selected.
if you want to cancel the Delayed start option.
1 minute appears on the display.
The program is taking longer than estimated. None. Next time the program is run, the corrected time will be displayed.
Water remains in the dishwasher above the Blocked drain hose.
filters.
Bad odor in dishwasher.
Loosen the drain hose from where it terminates. Check that no debris has clogged the
hose. Is the cone-shaped part of the drain
boot cut to the maximum size of the fitting
where it attaches?
Kink in drain hose.
Check that the hose is free from kinks and
sharp bends.
The filters are blocked.
Clean the coarse and fine filters.
Debris in the drain pump.
Clean the drain pump. See the section Care
and maintenance instructions.
Dirt around the seals and in corners.
Clean with dish brush and low foaming
cleaner.
Low temperature programs have been select- Run a program with a higher temperature
ed for a prolonged period.
about once a month.
The dishes are not dry enough.
Drying power too low.
Activate the Long dry option.
The dishwasher is not fully loaded.
Fully load the dishwasher.
Rinse aid needs topping up or dosage is set Top up with rinse add or increase the rinse
too low.
aid dosage. See the sections Before washing
for the first time and Settings.
Open the door a little once the program has
finished.
Cannot close door.
The baskets are not correctly positioned.
Check that the baskets are correctly positioned horizontally, and that the middle basket's water connector is in line with its spray
pipe.
Check that the dishes are not blocking the
baskets from sliding properly into place.
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Problem
Possible causes
The touch buttons do not react when
pressed.
You have pressed the touch buttons too soon Wait a moment then try again.
after opening the door.
Dirt on the touch buttons.
Action
Clean with a dry or slightly damp cloth.
Open the door until the display illuminates or
If this symbol appears on the display, close the door and wait 30 seconds. Then
open the door.
the door is not open enough.
Child lock (button lock) activated.
See the section Settings.
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Technical information
Technical data
Height:
34-3/8" - 36-1/2" (873-927 mm)
Width:
24" (610 mm)
Depth:
22-7/8" (581 mm)
Weight:
110 lb (50 kg) 1)
Water pressure:
4.2–140 psi
Electrical connection: See serial number tag and rating plate.
Rated power:
1)
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See serial number tag and rating plate.
Weight can vary due to different specifications.
Service
Limited Warranty – Residential
Appliances
ASKO Distribution North America, LLC. (“ASKO”) warrants to the
original purchaser (the “ASKO Customer”) of the ASKO product
(the “ASKO Product”), who purchased the ASKO Product from
a distributor, dealer, manufacturer’s representative or other seller
who has been authorized by ASKO, that this ASKO Product is
free of defects in materials and/or workmanship, subject to the
terms and conditions set forth herein. This Limited Warranty
covers parts and labor, except as set forth in this Limited Warranty. Service must be provided by an authorized ASKO service
company. YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT REPAIR AS PROVIDED HEREIN. This Limited Warranty is valid only when the ASKO
Product is used in the country in which it was purchased. Proof
of original purchase date is required to obtain service under this
Limited Warranty.
Residential ASKO Products Used Exclusively for
Household/Personal Purposes:
Two (2) Years limited Warranty – Any warranty service claims for
residential ASKO Products must be filed with ASKO within two
(2) years from date of purchase. Service will be provided during
normal business hours.
Residential ASKO Products Not Used Exclusively for
Household/Personal Purposes or used Commercially or used
in Marine, Mobile or Aeronautical Applications:
One (1) Year limited Warranty – Any warranty service claims for
ASKO Products not used exclusively for household and personal
use, or used commercially or used in marine, mobile, or aeronautical applications must be filed with ASKO within one (1) year
from date of purchase. Service will be provided during normal
business hours.
Items excluded from warranty
This limited warranty does not cover:
1 Replacement parts or repair labor if the ASKO Product is used
in a manner that is inconsistent with published user or operator
instructions and/or installation instructions.
2 Service calls to correct the installation of the ASKO Product,
to instruct you on how to use the ASKO Product, to replace
or repair house fuses, or to correct house wiring or plumbing.
3 Consumable items and parts, such as filters.
4 Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse,
negligence, fire, flood, acts of God, improper use, improper
installation, installation not in accordance with electrical or
plumbing codes, or use of products not approved by ASKO,
as well as any attempted repair by other than authorized ASKO
service companies.
5 Cosmetic damage, including scratches, dents, chips or other
damage to the finish of the ASKO Product, unless such damage results from defects in materials or workmanship and is
reported to ASKO within 5 days from date of purchase.
6 Pickup and delivery. The ASKO Product is intended to be repaired in your home.
7 Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized
modifications made to the ASKO Product.
8 Expenses for travel and transportation for product service if
the ASKO Product is located in a remote area where service
by an authorized ASKO service company is not available.
9 The removal and reinstallation of the ASKO Product if it is installed in an inaccessible location or is not installed in accordance with ASKO’s published installation instructions.
10 Replacement parts or repair labor on ASKO Products with
original model/serial numbers that have been removed, altered
or cannot be easily determined.
Disclaimer
YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT REPAIR AS PROVIDED
HEREIN. EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED ARE ALL OTHER EXPRESS
AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Some jurisdictions do not allow exclusion or
limitations regarding warranty rights. This Limited Warranty gives
you specific legal rights and you may have other rights that vary
from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Attempted repair by any person
other than an authorized ASKO service company will void this
Limited Warranty.
Limitation of liability
IN NO EVENT SHALL ASKO OR THE MANUFACTURER AND
THEIR RESPECTIVE PARENTS, SUBSIDIARIES AND AFFILIATES
BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY,
PUNITIVE OR SPECIAL DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT SHALL ASKO
OR THE MANUFACTURER AND THEIR RESPECTIVE PARENTS,
SUBSIDIARIES AND AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES
OTHER THAN ACTUAL DAMAGES AND IN NO EVENT FOR
DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE PRICE PAID FOR THE ASKO
PRODUCT AS TO WHICH A CLAIM IS MADE. Some jurisdictions
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental, consequential
or other damages, so these limitations and exclusions may not
apply to you. This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights.
You also may have other rights that vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
Troubleshooting & ASKO Customer
Care
If you think you need repair service, first see the Troubleshooting
section of the Use & Care Guide. If you are unable to resolve the
problem after checking Troubleshooting, then additional help
can be obtained by calling ASKO Customer Care at 1-800-8981879.
Read chapter Troubleshooting before contacting the Customer
Care Center. Make a note of the details on the rating plate positioned on the right inside the dishwasher. Make a note of the
service number (1), item number (2) and serial number (3).
Service no.
ART. NO.
SERIAL NO.
1
2
3
Service after expiration of limited
warranty
For information about obtaining parts and labor after expiration
of this Limited Warranty or arising outside the scope of this Limited
Warranty, please contact ASKO Customer Care at 1-800-8981879. After your purchase and prior to first use of the ASKO
Product, register your ASKO Product with ASKO by utilizing the
address information below. Should you need further assistance
as well, contact us at the address information below:
ASKO Distribution North America, LLC
Customer Care Center, PO Box 44848, MADISON WI 53744
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Energy label information is based on this program. This program is recommended for daily, regular, or typical use to completely wash a full load of normally soiled dishes, such
as plates, serving dishes, cups, and glasses. No options are recommended.
0.8
3.7
3.7
2.9
3.7
2.6
2.6
3.2
3.8
4.7
2.9- 5.0
Connection to hot water, approx. 120 °F (50 °C).
0.01
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.9
0.1
0.7
0.4
0.9
0.4-1.2
4)
0:06
2:05
2:05
2:15
1:35
0:50
0:20
2:10
2:00
3:00
0:15-2:30
Connection to cold water, approx. 50 °F (10 °C). (A cold water supply is recommended.)
0.01
1.2
1.2
0.8
0.9
1.5
0.2
1.3
0.8
1.5
0.5-1.6
Energy
(approx. kWh)
Water consumption
(gallon)
3)
0:06
2:25
2:25
2:30
1:50
1:20
0:20
2:25
2:20
3:15
0:15-2:30
Energy
Dishwashing
(approx. kWh) time
(approx.
hrs:min)
Hot water 3)
1)
Consumption values vary depending on the temperature of the incoming water, room temperature, load size, selected additional options, and more.
--- °F
140 °F
140 °F
120 °F
120 °F
160 °F
85 °F
150 °F
117 °F
150 °F
max. 150 °F
Dishwashing
time
(approx.
hrs:min)
Cold water 2)
Consumption values
2)
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2-3
Final rinse
temperature
(°F)
1)
Rinse & Hold
1
Lower half
130 °F
130 °F
1
105 °F
160 °F
85 °F
140 °F
124 °F
150 °F
max. 150 °F
Main wash (°F) Number
of rinses
Upper half
1
2
1
2
0-2
Prewashes
130 °F
Options
Eco wash
Delicate wash
Hyg Hygiene wash
Quick wash
Heavy wash
Normal wash
4)
Sanitation wash
Time program
Program
Program chart
Notes
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Notes
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Notes
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Quick guide
Load the baskets
1.
(See page 5.)
Do not rinse dishes under running water before loading them in the dishwasher. Simply scrape off
large food particles before loading the dishwasher.
Check that the spray arms can rotate freely
2.
Check also that the water supply valve is on.
Add detergent
3.
4.
The detergent compartment has a small compartment for prewash and a large compartment for
the main wash. (See page 7.)
Press and hold the On/Left-on button until the display illuminates
Check/Add rinse aid
5.
Fill rinse aid for optimal washing and drying results. (See page 4.)
Refill rinse aid indicator.
Select a program and any options
6.
(See page 8.)
7.
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Press and hold Start/Stop, close the door
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