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Hoover HDPN 1S643PX-80 User manual
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Thank you for choosing a Hoover dish
washer. We are confident it will assist you
loyally in washing your daily dishes in full
safety.
Contents
1. GENERAL SAFETY RULES
Carefully read this manual for correct and
safe appliance use and for helpful tips on
efficient maintenance.
2. WATER SUPPLY
3. LOADING THE SALT
4. ADJUSTMENT THE UPPER BASKET
5. ADJUSTING THE DISHES
Only use the dish washer after
carefully reading these instructions. We
recommend you always keep this manual
to hand and in good condition for any
future owner.
6. INFORMATION FOR TEST
LABORATORIES
7. LOADING THE DETERGENT
8. TYPES OF DETERGENT
Please check that the appliance is
delivered with this instruction manual, the
warranty certificate, the service centre
address and the energy efficiency label.
Each product is identified by a unique 16digit code, also called the “serial number”,
printed on the warranty certificate or on
the serial plate found inside the door, on
the upper right hand side. This code is a
sort of product-specific ID card that you
will need to use to register the product or
if you need to contact the Technical
Assistance Centre.
9. LOADING THE RINSE AID
10.CLEANING THE FILTERS
11.PRACTICAL TIPS
12.MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
13.DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL
14.TECHNICAL DATA
15.PROGRAMME SELECTION AND SPECIAL
FEATURES
16.REMOTE CONTROL (WI-FI)
Fig. A
17.PROGRAMME LEGEND
18.WATER SOFTENER UNIT
19.THROUBLESHOOTING AND WARRANTY
20.ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
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l This
appliances is intended to
be used in household and
similar applications such as:
− Staff kitchen areas in
shops, offices and other
working environments;
− Farm houses;
− By clients in hotels, motels
and other residential type l Children should be supervised
environments;
to ensure that they do not play
− Bed and breakfast type
with the appliance.
environments.
A different use of this appliance l Children of aged 3 and under
should be kept away unless
from household environment
continuously supervised.
or from typical housekeeping
functions, as commercial use by
expert or trained users, is excluded l If the supply cord is damaged,
even in the above applications. If
it must be replaced by the
the appliance is used in a manner
manufacturer, its service agent
inconsistent with this it may reduce
or similarly qualified persons in
the life of the appliance and may
order to avoid a hazard. We
void the manufacturer’s warranty.
recommend using an original
Any damage to the appliance or
component, which can be
other damage or loss arising
requested from the Technical
through use that is not consistent
Assistance Centre.
with domestic or household use
(even if located in a domestic or
l Only
use
the
hose-sets
household environment) shall not
supplied with the appliance for
be accepted by the manufacturer to
the water supply connection
the fullest extent permitted by law.
(do not reuse old hose-sets).
l This
appliance can be used by
children aged from 8 years and l Water pressure must be
above and persons with reduced
between 0.05 MPa and 0.8
physical, sensory or mental
MPa.
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capabilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance
in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children shall
not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance
shall not be made by children
without supervision.
1. GENERAL SAFETY
RULES
l Make
sure carpets or rugs do The manufacturer declines all
not obstruct the base or any of responsibility for any damage
the ventilation openings.
to people or property due to
non-earthing of the machine.
l After installation, the appliance
must be positioned so that the
l Ensure that the dishwasher
plug is accessible.
does not crush power cables.
l In
general it is not advisable to
use adaptors, multiple plugs
and/or extension cables.
WARNING:
Knives and other utensils
with sharp points must be
loaded in the basket with
their points down or placed
in a horizontal position.
l Before
cleaning or maintaining
the dishwasher, unplug the
appliance and turn off the
water supply.
l Do
not leave the door open in
a horizontal position, in order
to avoid potential dangers (e.g. l Do not pull on the power cord
tripping).
or appliance to unplug the
machine.
l For further information on the
product or to consult the technical
data sheet, please refer to the l Do not leave the appliance
exposed to the elements (rain,
manufacturer's website.
sun, etc.).
Electrical connections
safety instructions
and
l Leaning
or sitting on the open
door of the dishwasher could
cause it to tip over.
l The
technical details (supply
voltage and power input) are
indicated on the product rating
l The dishwasher is designed for
plate.
normal kitchen utensils. Objects
that have been contamined by
l Make sure that the electrical
petrol, paint, traces of steel or
system is earthed and complies
iron, corrosive chemicals, acids
with all applicable laws, and
or alkalis must not be washed in
that the socket is compatible
the dishwasher.
with the plug of the appliance.
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there is a water softening
device installed in the home
there is no need to add salt to
the water softener fitted in the
dishwasher.
By
marking this product,
we confirm, under our own
responsibility, full compliance
of this product with all
relevant safety, health and
environmental requirements
l If the appliance breaks down or
stops working properly, switch it under European legislation.
off, turn off the water supply and
do not tamper with it. Repair work Installation
should only be carried out by an
approved service agent and only l Remove all elements of the
packaging.
genuine spare parts should be
fitted. Any failure to follow the
above advice may have serious
WARNING:
consequences for the safety of
Keep packaging materials
the appliance.
away from children.
l If it you need to move the
machine after removing the l Do not install or use the
packaging, do not try to lift it by
dishwasher if it is damaged.
the bottom of the door. Open
the door slightly and lift the l Follow the instructions supplied
machine by holding on the top.
with the product.
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l If
2. WATER SUPPLY
l If the dishwasher is connected to new pipes
The appliance must be connected to
the water mains using new hose-sets.
The old hose-sets should not be
reused.
or to pipes which have not been inuse for a
long time run water through for a few
minutes before connecting the inlet hose. In
this way no deposits of sand or rust will
clog up the water inflow filter.
l The inlet and drain hoses can be directed
to left or right.
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The dishwasher can be connected to
either cold or hot water, as long as it
is no hotter than 60°C.
B
l Water pressure must be between 0,08
MPa and 0,8 MPa.
l The inlet hose must be connected to a tap
so that the water supply can be cut off
when the machine is not in use (fig. 1 B).
2
l The dishwasher is fitted with 3/4" threaded
connector (fig. 2).
B
l Connect inlet hose “A” to water tap “B”
with a 3/4" attachment making sure that it
has been properly tightened.
A
l If it is necessary, the inlet pipe can be
lengthened up to 2,5 m. The extension
pipe is available from the After Sales
Service Centre.
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A device located on the supply tube that
stops water flow if the tube deteriorates;
in this case, a red mark will appear in the
window “A” and the tube must be
replaced. To unscrew the nut, press the
one-way lock device "B".
These dishwashers are also equipped
with an anti-overflow safety device
which, if water exceeds normal levels
due to malfunctions, automatically
blocks water flow and/or drains
excess quantities.
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Some models may include one or more of
the following features:
B
WATERBLOCK (fig. 3)
The waterblock system has been designed
to improve the safety of your appliance. The
waterblock system actually prevents flooding
which might be caused by a machine
malfunction or as a result of a fracture on
the pipes.
A
l AQUAPROTECT - SUPPLY TUBE WITH
GUARD (fig. 5):
Should water leak from the primary
internal tube "A", the transparent
containment sheath "B" will contain water
to permit the washing cycle to complete.
At the end of the cycle, contact the
Customer Service Centre to replace the
supply tube.
How does waterblock work
Sump located in the base of the appliance
collects any possible water leakage and
operates a sensor which subsequently
activates a valve placed under the water tap
and stops any water from the supply even
with the tap fully opened. If the box “A”
containing the electrical parts is damaged,
remove the plug from the socket
immediately. To ensure perfect operation of
the safety system, box “A” with the hose,
should be connected to the tap as shown in
figure. The inlet hose should not be cut, as
it contains parts under load. If the hose is
not long enough for correct connection, it
must be replaced with a longer one. The hose
can be obtained from your Service Agent.
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B
A
A
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l AQUASTOP (fig. 4):
Hydraulic safety devices
Connecting the outlet hose
l The outlet hose should disharge into a
l The hose can be hooked over the side of
standpipe, making sure that there are no
kinks (fig. 6).
the sink, but it must not be immersed in
water, in order to prevent water from
being syphoned back to the machine
when this is in operation (fig. 6Y).
l The standpipe must be at least 40 cm
above floor level and it must have an
internal diameter of at least 4 cm.
l When installing
the appliance under a
worktop the hose pipe clamp must be
attached to the wall in the highest
possible position under the worktop
(fig. 6Z).
l It is advisable to fit an anti-odour air trap
(fig. 6X). If necessary the outlet hose can
be extended up to 2,5 m, provided that it
is kept at a maximum height of 85 cm
above floor level. The extension pipe is
available from the After Sales Service
Centre.
l Check that there are no kinks in the inlet
and outlet hoses.
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X
Z
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After loading the salt, YOU MUST run
a complete washing cycle, or the
PRE-WASH/COLD
RINSE/REFRESH
programme.
(Fig. A "1")
l The appearance of white stains on dishes
is generally a warning sign that the salt
container needs filling.
l The salt dispenser has a capacity of
between 1.5 and 1.8 kg and, for efficient
use of the appliance, it should be refilled
from time to time .
l On the bottom of the machine there is a
container for the salt for regenerating the
softener.
l It is important to use only a salt that is
(Only for first start up) When the
appliance is used for the first time,
after completely filling the salt
container, it is necessary to add water
until the container overflows.
specifically designed for dishwasher.
Other types of salt contain small
quantities of insoluble particles which
over a long period of time may affect and
deteriorate the softener performance.
l To add salt, unscrew the cap of the
container on the bottom and then refill the
container.
l During this operation a little water will
overflow; but keep adding salt until the
container is full. When the container is
full, clean the thread of salt residue and
retighten the tap.
l After loading the salt, it is recommended
running a complete washing cycle, or
COLD RINSE programme.
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3. LOADING THE SALT
Type "B": (ONLY MODELS WITH EASY CLICK):
4. ADJUSTMENT THE
UPPER BASKET
l If 29 cm to 32.5 cm plates are regularly
used, load them onto the lower basket
after the upper basket has been placed in
its upper position, as detailed below
(according to the model):
Type "A":
1.
Turn front blocks "A" outwards;
2.
Remove the basket and remount it in
the upper position;
Replace blocks "A" in the original
position.
3.
Dishes that are greater than 20 cm in
diameter can no longer be loaded onto the
upper basket, and the mobile supports
cannot be used when the basket is in the
upper position.
Type "A"
1.
2.
Remove the upper basket;
Hold the basket on both sides and lift
it upwards (fig. 1).
Dishes that are greater than 20 cm* in
diameter can no longer be loaded onto the
upper basket, and the mobile supports
cannot be used when the basket is in the
upper position.
* In models fitted with a third basket, dishes
measuring more than 14 cm in diameter
can no longer be loaded onto the upper basket.
ADJUSTING THE BASKET
LOWER POSITION:
1.
TO
THE
Hold the basket on both sides and lift
it gently upwards (fig. 1);
Then slowly release into the correct
position (fig. 2).
2.
N.B.: NEVER LIFT OR LOWER THE
BASKET FROM ONE SIDE ONLY (fig. 3).
WARNING:
We recommend adjusting the basket before
loading the dishes.
Type "B"
1
A
2
a
b
a
b
A
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5. ADJUSTING THE DISHES
A standard daily load is represented in figs. 1
and 2.
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Using the upper basket
l The upper basket is provided with mobile
racks hooked to the sides of the basket,
which can be regulated into 4 positions.
Upper basket (fig. 1)
l In the lowered position (A-A1) the racks
may be used for such items as: tea and
coffee cups, kitchen knives and ladles.
Also glasses with stems may be safely
hung on the ends of the racks.
l In the upright position (B-B1) the racks
allow you to load dinner plates and soup
plates up to a maximum diameter of 19
cm. Plates should be loaded vertically
with the underside of the plate towards
the back of the dishwasher with a space
between each plate to allow water to pass
freely.
Upper basket (fig. 2)
l It is advisable to load large plates slightly
tilted towards the front to facilitate the
introduction of the basket into the machine.
l The upper basket has been designed to
offer maximum flexibility in use and can be
loaded with glasses, cups, small plates and
small-sized bowls.
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l The lower basket is fitted with a special
TOTAL CARE ACCESSORIES
(only for models in which there are).
Top basket with Total Care accessories
(fig.3) that allow you to place your delicate
things, such as crystals or extremely delicate
ceramics, in the safest and most comfortable
way possible. The hooks and specific areas of
the basket, are made of soft materials, or they
were made specifically to receive with the
utmost care your most fragile and precious
things.
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adjustable central rack (fig. 3 and 4). This
permits stable and optimum loading, even
when the size and/or shape of the dishes
is non-standard.
- POSITION "A": for a standard load, or
one that excludes pans, salad bowls and
the like.
- POSITION "B": for dishes which, although
standard size, have a particular shape
(very deep bowls, square dishes or ones
without borders etc.).
- POSITION "C": for larger than average
flat plates and/or ones with non-standard
shapes (square, hexagonal, oval, pizza
dishes etc.).
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B
A
The soft rubber mounts can be removed
if you have this need.
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Using the lower basket
l Saucepans, oven dishes, tureens, salad
bowls, lids, serving dishes, dinner plates
and soup plates can be loaded into the
lower basket.
l Place the cutlery in the plastic cutlery
holder with the handles pointing upwards
and place the cutlery holder on the lower
basket (fig. 7) making sure that the
cutlery does not get in the way of the
rotating arms.
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C
A
l Smaller plates (used for dessert plates for
example), can also be placed into the
lower basket as shown in the figure 6,
with the support flap placed outwards
("D"). For normal or large plates the flap
must be in the position ("E").
The lower basket has a safety-stop
device, for its safe extraction, also
especially useful with a full load. For
loading salt, cleaning filter and for
ordinary maintenance, the complete
extraction of the basket is necessary.
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E
Cutlery basket (fig. 8)
The cutlery basket is made with two
detachable parts which will enable various
loading options. The two parts can be
detached by sliding the left section away
from the right section. The top of cutlery
basket can be removed, for enable various
loading options.
WARNING:
If the small plates are placed in the basket
with the support flap in the incorrect
position, the plates will interfere with the
lower spraying arm preventing it to rotate.
A standard daily load is represented in fig.7.
Lower basket (fig. 7)
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Using the third basket
l The third basket has been designed to
load items such as utensils of small
dimensions or flat and long shaped items.
By freeing the lower baskets from these
objects, loading big-size items becomes
more comfortable and easier, making it
possible for instance to load plates and
pots in the lower basket.
l The third basket can be loaded with the
following items: coffee cups and side
plates, fruit or dessert cups, small bowls,
saucers, kitchen knives and forks, ladles and
large spoons, graters, and accessories for
small appliances (e.g. food mixer blades).
Please load the dishwasher sensibly to
ensure the best wash results.
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Upper basket (fig. 6)
6. INFORMATION FOR
TEST LABORATORIES
WARNING:
The third basket is NOT designed for
loading cutlery. The absence of racks for
fixing cutlery could involve such items
being found in the lower baskets.
Please ask information required for
comparison testing and measuring noise
levels, according to EN normative, to the
following address:
l In order to obtain optimum washing
results, it is advisable to load items with
their underside towards the ceiling of the
dishwasher (e.g. small plates and bowls).
l The third basket can be easily extracted
from the dishwasher, by removing the
front stops at the beginning of basket
tracks.
l The third basket has been designed to
offer maximum flexibility in use. Due to its
partition in three tilted sections and
absence of fixed racks, it can be loaded
in numerous ways: only coffee cups and
side plates; or coffee cups mixed with
bowls and utensils; or again with side
plates, graters, and spoons.
A standard daily load is represented in fig. 9.
Third basket (fig. 9)
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In the request, please specify model name
and number of the dishwasher (see rating
plate).
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7. LOADING THE
DETERGENT
(Fig. A "2")
The detergent
It is essential to use a detergent that is
specifically designed for dishwashers
either in powder, liquid,gel or tablet form.
Unsuitable detergents (like those for
washing up by hand) do not contain the
proper ingredients for use in a dishwasher,
and stop the dishwasher from working
correctly.
After pouring the detergent into the
container, close the lid, firstly pushing (1)
and then pressing on it (2) until you hear
the click.
Filling the detergent container
The detergent container is inside the door
(fig. A "2"). If the lid of the container is
closed, press the button (A) to open. At the
end of every wash cycle the lid is always
open and ready for the next time the
dishwasher is used.
Since not all detergents are the same the
instructions on the boxes of detergent can
vary. We should just like to remind users
that too little detergent does not clean the
dishes properly whilst too much detergent
will not produce better results and is also a
waste.
Do not use an excessive amount of
detergent and help limit damage to the
environment at the same time.
WARNING!
When loading the lower basket, please
ensure that the plates or others do not
obstruct the detergent dispenser.
The amount of detergent to be used varies
according to how dirty the dishes are and
on the type of dishes to be washed. We
advise using 20:30 g of detergent in the
wash section of detergent compartment (B).
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8. TYPES OF DETERGENT
l read carefully and follow the manufacturer’s
Detergent tablets
l the
instructions given on the packaging;
Detergent tablets of different manufacturers
dissolve at different speeds, for this reason,
during short programmes, some detergent
tablets may be not fully effective, because
they are not completely dissolved. If these
products are used, is recommended to
choose longer programmes to guarantee
the complete use of the detergent.
If when using this type of product, you
don't get satisfactory washing results,
please contact the detergent manufacturer.
In certain circumstances use of combined
detergents can cause:
To get satisfactory washing results,
the tablets MUST be placed in the
wash section of the detergent
container and NOT directly in the tub.
l limescale deposits on dishes or in the
dishwasher;
l a reduction in washing and drying
Concentrated detergents
performance.
The concentrated detergents, with reduced
alkalinity and with natural enzymes, in
conjunction with 50°C wash programmes,
have a smaller impact on the environment
and they protect the dishes and the
dishwasher. The 50°C wash programmes
purposely
exploit
the
dirt-dissolving
properties of the enzymes, allowing
therefore, with the use of the concentrated
detergents, to achieve the same results of
the 65°C programmes but at a lower
temperature.
Combined detergents
The detergents that also contain the rinse
aid must be placed in the wash section of
the detergent container. The rinse aid
container must be empty (if it is not empty,
set the rinse aid regulator to lowest position
before using combined detergents).
Any problems which arise as a direct
result of the use of these products are not
covered by our warranty.
Please note that using the "ALL in 1"
combined detergents, the rinse aid and
salt indicator lights (only used on
selected models) are superfluous, so
you must ignore the lights.
If washing and/or drying problems occur,
we recommend you return to use traditional
separate products (salt, detergent and rinse
agent). This will ensure that the water
softener in the dishwasher operates
correctly.
In this case, we recommends that you:
l refill both the salt and rinse aid container;
l run one normal washing cycle without a
"ALL in 1" combined detergents
load.
If you are planning to use “ALL in 1” (“3 in
1 “/ “4 in 1”/ “5 in 1”, etc.) combined
detergents i.e. those with built in salt and/or
rinse agent, we would advise the following:
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effectiveness
of
detergents
containingthe built in water softener/salt
depends on the hardness of your water
supply. Check that the hardness of your
water supply is within the effective range
given on the detergent packaging.
Please note that on return to the use of
conventional salt, a number of cycles will be
required before the system becomes fully
efficient again.
9. LOADING THE RINSE AID
EN
(Fig. A "3")
The rinse aid
The rinse aid, which is automatically
released during the last rinsing cycle, helps
the dishes to dry quickly and prevents spots
and stains forming.
Filling the rinse aid container.
The rinse aid container can be found to the
left of the detergent container (fig. A "3").
To open the lid, push the reference mark
and, in the same time, pull the tab of
opening. It is always advisable to use rinse
aid that is specifically designed for
dishwasher. Check the rinse aid level
through the indicator eye (C) which is
located on the dispenser.
FULL
EMPTY
dark
light
Regulating the rinse aid from
1 to 6
The regulator (D) is placed under the lid
and can be turned using a coin. The
recommended position is 4.
The limestone content of the water
considerably affects the formation of
limescale and the drying performance.
It is therefore important to regulate the
quantity of rinse aid to achieve good
washing results.
If, after the wash, streaks occur on the
dishes, decrease the amount by one
position. If whitish spots occur, increase the
amount by one position.
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10. CLEANING THE FILTERS
(Fig. A "4")
The filter system consists of:
A. A central container that traps the larger
particles;
B. A micro filter, located beneath the
gauze, that traps the tiniest particles
ensuring a perfect rinse;
C. A flat gauze that continuously filters the
wash water.
l To achieve excellent results every time,
the filters should be checked and cleaned
after each wash.
l To remove the filter unit, simply turn the
handle anticlockwise (fig. 1).
l For
ease of cleaning, the
container is removable (fig. 2).
central
l Remove the gauze filter (fig.3) and wash
the whole unit under a jet of water. If
necessary a small brush can be used.
l With the Self-cleaning Micro filter,
maintenance is reduced and the filter unit
need only be checked every two weeks.
Nevertheless, after each wash it is advisable
to check that the central container and the
gauze filter are not clogged.
WARNING!
After cleaning the filters, make sure that
they are correctly reassembled and
that the gauze filter is properly
positioned at the bottom of the
dishwasher. Make sure that the filter
is screwed back, clockwise, into the
gauze, as poor seating of the filter unit
could have an adverse effect on the
efficiency of the appliance.
Never use the dishwasher without the
filters.
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How to get really good wash
results.
l Before
placing the dishes in the
dishwasher, remove any remaining food
(bones, shells, pieces of meat or
vegetables, coffee grounds, skin of fruit,
cigarette ash, thooth picks etc. to avoid
blocking the filters, water outlet and
washing arm nozzles.
l Try not to rinse the dishes before loading
them into the dishwasher.
l If the dishes are not very dirty or if the
baskets are not very full select an
ECONOMY programme, following the
instructions in the program list.
What not to wash.
l It should be remembered that not all
dishes are suitable for washing in a
dishwasher. We advise against using the
dishwasher
to
wash
items
in
thermoplastic, cutlery with wooden or
plastic handles, saucepans with wooden
handles, items in aluminum, crystal
leaded glass unless otherwise stated.
l If saucepans and oven dishes are
encrusted with the remains of burnt or
roast food, it is advisable to leave them to
soak before washing.
l Place the dishes face downwards.
l Try to place the dishes in such a way that
they are not touching one another. If they
are loaded properly you will get better
results.
l Certain decorations may fade. It is
therefore a good idea before loading the
whole batch to wash just one of the items
first so as to be sure that others like it will
not fade.
l After loading the dishes check that the
washing arms can rotate freely.
l It is a good idea not to put silver cutlery
with non-stainless steel handles into the
dishwasher as there could be a chemical
reaction between them.
l Pans
and other dishes that have
particularly stubborn food particles or
remnants of burnt food should be left to
soak in water with dishwasher detergent.
When buying new crockery or cutlery
always make sure that they are
suitable for washing in a dishwasher.
l To wash silver properly:
a)
rinse the silver immediately after use,
especially if it has been used for
mayonnaise, eggs, fish etc.;
b)
do not sprinkle detergent onto it;
c)
keep it separate from other metals.
Useful hints
l In order to avoid any dripping from the top
rack, remove the lower rack first.
How to make savings.
l If you want the dishwasher to give a
l If the dishes are to be left in the machine
complete wash, place the dishes in the
dishwasher at the end of each meal and if
necessary turn on the COLD RINSE cycle
for some time, leave the door ajar, to let
some air circulate and to improve the
drying performance.
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to soften the food remains and remove
bigger particles of food from the new load
of dishes. When the dishwasher is full
start
the
complete
wash
cycle
programme.
11. PRACTICAL TIPS
12. MAINTENANCE AND
CLEANING
Do not use tools that can deform the
spray heads.
(Fig. A “5”)
l To clean the dishwasher outside, do not
use solvents (degreasing action) neither
abrasives, but only a cloth soaked with
water.
l The dishwasher does not require special
maintenance, because the tank is selfcleaning.
3) when you have finished, refit the rotor
arms
in
the
same
position,
remembering to re-align the arrow and
screw into position.
l Both the door lining and the tank lining
are in stainless steel; however, should
spots caused by oxidation occur, this is
probably due to a high level of iron salts
presents in the water.
l Regularly wipe the door gasket with a
damp cloth to remove any food remains
or rinse aid.
l Dishwasher cleaning is recommended, in
order to remove limestone deposits or
dirt. We suggest you run a washing cycle
periodically with specialist dishwasher
cleaning products. For all cleaning
operations the dishwasher must be
empty.
l The spots can be removed with a mild
abrasive agent; never use chlorine based
materials, steel wool, etc.
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1b
l If, in spite of the routine cleaning of the
filters, you notice that the dishes or pans
are not properly washed or rinsed, check
that all the spray heads on the rotor arms
(fig. A “5”) are clear.
If they are blocked, clean them in the
following way:
1) to remove the upper rotor arm, turn it
until it lines up with the stop marked by
the arrow (fig. 1b). Push it upwards
(fig. 1) and, keeping it pushed in,
unscrew it in a clockwise direction (to
reassemble it repeat the same
operation, but turn it anticlockwise).
The lower rotor arm can be removed
simply by pulling it upwards (fig. 2);
2) wash the rotor arms under a jet of water
to clear any blockage in the spray
heads.
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2
WHEN CYCLE IS FINISHED.
After every wash it is essential to turn off
water supply and to switch off the machine
by pressing the On/Off button to the off
position.
If the machine is not going to be used for
some time, it is advisable to follow these
rules:
4. fill the rinse aid container;
6. keep the inside of the machine clean;
1. do an empty wash with detergent in
order to clean the machine of any
deposits;
7. If the machine is left in places where the
temperature is below 0°C any water left
inside the pipes may freeze. Wait until
the temperature rises above zero and
then wait for about 24 hours before.
2. pull out the electric plug;
3. turn off the water tap;
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5. Ieave the door ajar;
M PROGRAMME LEGEND
E "HALF LOAD" option button
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Fuse / Power input / Supply voltage
Water supply pressure (MPa)
Capacity with pans and dishes
117
59,8x82x58
WITHOUT
WORKTOP
13
8 people
/
See rating plate
Min. 0,08 – Max. 0,8
9 people
15
117
59,8x81,8 ÷ 89,8x57
TECHNICAL DATA (See rating plate)
120
Place settings (EN 50242)
60x85x60,9
Depth with door open (cm)
WITH
WORKTOP
Width x Height x Depth (cm)
DATA
FREE-STANDING
9 people
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117
59,8x81,8 ÷ 89,8x55
/
BUILT-IN
L DISPLAY
D "EXPRESS" option button
PARTLY BUILT-IN
I F+G CHILD LOCK
C "REMOTE CONTROL (Wi Fi)" button
SIZE
H "Start/Reset" button (start/cancelling programme)
B "PROGRAMME SELECTION" button
F "EXTRADRY" option button
G "START DELAY" button
A "ON/OFF" button
13. DESCRIPTION OF THE
CONTROL PANEL
14. TECHNICAL DATA
The display keeps you constantly informed
on the operation of the appliance.
11) "HALF LOAD" OPTION INDICATOR
LIGHT
12) "EXTRADRY" OPTION INDICATOR
LIGHT
13) "ADDISH" indicator light
WARNING
Touching the display in the first few
seconds after you have plugged in
the appliance could interrupt its selfcalibration procedure, thus jeopardising
the appliance's proper functioning. In
this case, take out the plug and repeat
the operation.
1) TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
Indicates the washing temperature of
each programme selected.
2) PROGRAMME DISPLAY
Indicates
set
wash
programmes,
provides information on set options,
reports any faults and so on.
ON/OFF button
3) TIME REMAINING DISPLAY
Indicates the wash time for each
selected programme and provides the
time remaining to the end of the
programme.
At the end of the cycle, remember to
switch off the appliance using the
ON/OFF button, then remove the plug
and close the water supply.
4) WATER SUPPLY CLOSED INDICATOR
LIGHT
Indicates any fault in the inflow of water
between the tap and the dishwasher
(see
"TROUBLESHOOTING
AND
WARRANTY").
First time you switch on the
appliance
5) "SALT EMPTY" INDICATOR LIGHT
6) "RINSE
LIGHT
AID
EMPTY"
l When you have connected the appliance
to the mains and switched it on via the
Start/Reset button, "ENGLISH" will
appear on the display.
l The appliance is now in language setting
mode.
INDICATOR
l Select the language desired by pressing
the HALF LOAD
and EXTRADRY
buttons, then confirm your selection by
pressing the "Start/Reset" button.
7) Wi-Fi CONNECTION INDICATOR LIGHT
8) "Express" OPTION INDICATOR LIGHT
9) PROGRAMME INDICATOR LIGHTS
l A “WELCOME” message will appear on
the display for 5 seconds.
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DISPLAY Description
10) "Total care" PROGRAMME INDICATOR
LIGHT
When the Total Care programme is
enabled, the corresponding indicator
light comes on.
15. PROGRAMME SELECTION
AND SPECIAL FEATURES
Settings Menu
Changing language
From the settings menu, you can adapt
various parameters to your washing needs.
l Press the HALF LOAD
Accessing the Settings Menu
l “ENGLISH” appears on the display.
and EXTRADRY
buttons together for 5 seconds.
l Follow
the steps detailed in the
"LANGUAGE SETTING" paragraph".
The dishwasher must ALWAYS be off
before you start this procedure.
l Hold the Progr. button down and at the
same time press the ON/OFF button
for 3 seconds.
WARNING
This procedure will cancel all stored
settings, and the appliance will be
reset to the default factory settings.
l “SETTING” appears on the display.
l Press the Progr. button again for the
menu items to appear on the display, in
the following sequence:
- WATER SOFTENER UNIT
(to set, see the relevant chapter in the
booklet).
- BUZZER
(to set, see the relevant paragraph).
Programme settings
l Open the door and place dirty dishes
inside the appliance.
l Either "ECO" programme will appear on
the display, or the programme that was
previously stored.
- MEMO FUNCTION
(to set, see the relevant paragraph).
l Press the HALF LOAD
or ExtraDry
button to change the current settings.
l Press Progr. again to scroll through the
menu items.
l Press the HALF LOAD
and EXTRADRY
buttons together; Yes/No will appear
on the display.
l The duration of the programme will be
displayed to the left of the ring, while the
programme temperature will be displayed
to the right.
Next time you switch on the
appliance
l Select the desired programme by pressing
Press the Start/Reset button; the "ECO"
programme will appear on the display.
l Icons will light up on the display upon
the "Progr." button several times.
l To select an option, press the corresponding
If memo mode is enabled, the memorised
programme will appear on the display.
button (the indicator light will turn on).
l Press the "Start/Reset" button.
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enabling certain programmes.
(Only for free-standing models)
The ADDISH feature can be used,
even without opening the door, by
pressing the Start/Reset button. In this
case, simply press the Start/Reset button
again to restart the cycle from where it
left off.
After switching on the dishwasher,
wait a few seconds for the programme
to start running.
WARNING
"IMPULSE" programmes
If you open the door during the drying
cycle, an intermittent audio signal
advises you that the drying cycle has
not yet finished.
The "IMPULSE" programmes use an
impulse washing technology, which reduces
consumption and noise, and improves
performance.
The “intermittent” working of the
washing pump is NOT to be
considered a malfunction; it is a
characteristic of impulse washing,
and therefore should be considered a
normal feature of the programme.
ADDISH (possibility of adding dishes
after the programme has started)
Changing a running programme
Proceed as follows to change or cancel a
running programme:
l Hold the "RESET" button down for at least
3 seconds. "Start/Reset" will appear on the
display and audible signals will sound.
l The running programme will be cancelled.
l At this point a new programme can be set
using the "Progr." button.
When the programme starts, you should
only open the door and add more dishes
when the ADDISH
indicator light is
switched on. The appliance will stop
automatically and the time remaining to the
end of the cycle will flash on the display. Close
the door, without pressing any buttons.
The cycle will start from where it left off. When
the relating indicator light switches off, it is no
longer advisable to add further dishes.
Open the door slowly and carefully, to
avoid getting wet with splashes of
washing water.
Adding dishes after the ADDISH
indicator light has switched off is
strongly discouraged as this could
affect the wash performance.
WARNING
Before starting a new programme, you
should check that there is still detergent
in the dispenser. If necessary, top up the
detergent.
If there is any break in the power supply
while the dishwasher is operating, a
special memory stores the selected
programme and, when the power is
restored, it continues from where it left off.
Programme operations
(only for free-standing models)
While a programme is running, the display
shows the name of the programme chosen,
the relating temperature and the time
remaining to the end of the cycle, which is
automatically updated.
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When the door is shut, after an audible signal
has sounded, the programme will start
automatically. The display will show the time
remaining to the end of the wash cycle.
Programme end
A 5 second buzzer will sound (if not muted)
3 times at 30 second intervals to signal that
the programme has ended.
If the "OPEN DOOR" feature is enabled,
during the drying phase the door will
open automatically and you will have to
wait until for the end-of-cycle signal
before removing the dishes.
POWER WASH (only on some
models)
In some programmes (see table of programmes),
the third washing arm, positioned at the
bottom of the dishwasher POWER WASH,
will also be enabled. This feature is ideal
when cleaning heavily soiled tableware or
cookware, placing them directly in the area
of the basket above the POWER WASH arm.
If an option is selected that is not
compatible with the selected programme
then the option indicator light first flashes
and then goes off.
"Express" button
This button enables average energy and
time savings of 25% (according to the cycle
selected), reducing the wash water
temperature and the drying time during the
final rinse. This option is recommended for
evening washing when perfectly dry dishes
are not needed immediately.
For better drying, leave the dishwasher
door slightly ajar to promote natural air
circulation in the dishwasher.
"HALF LOAD"
button
If you need to wash just a few dishes (e.g.
glasses, cups, plates), you can enabled the
"HALF LOAD" option.
In this way, you can save water, energy and
time. With the "Half Load" option, use less
detergent than for a full load.
"EXTRADRY"
button
This option allows you to achieve the
highest efficiency in drying, increasing the
wash water temperature during the last
phase of the wash cycle.
POWER WASH
"SALT EMPTY" indicator light
When the
indicator light comes on, fill
the salt container.
"RINSE AID EMPTY" indicator
light
Option buttons
The option buttons provide you with further
wash options, allowing you to customise the
wash programmes (see the table in chapter
17 for a list of programmes on which each
option can be enabled).
Options are enabled (or disabled) before
starting the programme, using the appropriate
buttons. The relevant indicator lights will
appear (or disappear) on the display.
The option button should be enabled after
you have chosen the wash programme.
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When the
indicator light comes on, the
rinse aid is running out and needs to be
topped up.
"START DELAY" button
Dishwasher start time can be set with this
button, delaying start from 1 to 23 hours.
Proceed as follows to set a delayed start:
l Press the START DELAY button ("0:00"
will appear on the display).
l Press the button again to increase the
3. Press the Progr. button until "BUZZER"
appears on the display.
4. Then press either the button "HALF
LOAD" or "EXTRADRY" to change
the value from Yes to No.
If you do not want a delayed start, press
the Start Delay button repeatedly until
0:00 appears on the display (the
appliance will start immediately).
5. Switch off the dishwasher by pressing
the "ON/OFF" button to confirm the new
setting.
l To start the countdown, press the
"Start/Reset" button. The display will
show the time remaining to the end of the
programme. At the end of the countdown,
the programme will start automatically.
To turn the alarm on again, follow the same
procedure.
MEMO FUNCTION (Memorising
the last programme used)
(Only for free-standing models)
The length of the selected cycle will
be shown on the display. At the end of
the countdown, the programme will
automatically start and the length of
the selected cycle will be shown on
the display.
Proceed as follows to cancel a delayed
start:
l Hold the "Start/Reset" button down for at
least 3 seconds. "00" will appear on the
display “RESET” and audible signals will
sound.
l The delayed start and the selected
programme will be cancelled. Two
dashes will appear on the display.
l At this point, to set off the dishwasher, a
new programme and any option buttons
must be selected, as indicated in the
"PROGRAMME SETTINGS" paragraph.
1. Hold the "Progr." button down and, at
the same time, switch on the
dishwasher using the "ON/OFF" button.
2. “SETTING” appears on the display.
3. Press the Progr. button until “MEMO
FUNCTION” appears on the display.
4. Then press either the "HALF LOAD" or
"EXTRADRY" button to change the
programme.
5. Switch off the dishwasher by pressing
the "ON/OFF" button to confirm the new
setting.
To change the stored programme, follow
the same procedure.
Enabling or disabling DEMO
MODE (be used exclusively in
stores)
Muted END-OF-PROGRAMME signal
The product is set in the factory with the
audio signal enabled.
The audio signal may be muted as follows:
Enabling
The dishwasher must ALWAYS be off
before you start this procedure.
The dishwasher must ALWAYS be off
before you start this procedure.
1. Hold the "Progr." button down and, at
the same time, switch on the
dishwasher using the "ON/OFF" button.
1.Turn on the appliance
ON/OFF button.
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using
the
EN
2. "SETTING" appears on the display.
delay in hours (each time the button is
pressed, the delay is increased by 1 hour
to a maximum of 23).
2.Press the Progr. and "START DELAY"
buttons together for 5 seconds.
1. Turn on the appliance using the On/Off
button.
3. "DEMO MODE ACTIVATED"
appear on the display.
will
2. Press the Progr. and "START DELAY"
buttons together for 5 seconds
4.If no button is pressed for 30 seconds,
the programme will start, simulating the
start of a wash programme.
3. "DEMO MODE DISABLED" will appear
on the display.
4. Switch off the appliance.
The Progr./Options/Start Delay options
are enabled, and by pressing these
buttons you can simulate the product's
functioning without starting a wash.
CHILD LOCK
l Pressing the EXTRADRY and START
DELAY buttons at the same time for
about 3 seconds allows you to lock all
keys. In this way, you can prevent any
unwanted or accidental changes.
Disabling "Demo mode"
WARNING
l The key lock can be cancelled by simply
Once installed, if the appliance works
correctly but the wash cycle does not
start upon pressing the Start button,
"Demo mode" may not have been
disabled.
pressing the EXTRADRY and START
DELAY buttons again or by switching off
the appliance.
Should power go out when the
dishwasher is running, a special
memory feature saves the settings and,
when power returns, the appliance
resumes the cycle from where it left off.
The dishwasher must ALWAYS be off
before you start this procedure.
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l The Wi-Fi indicator light will switch on and
This appliance is equipped with Wi-Fi
technology that allows the machine to be
remote controlled via an app.
l The keys and buttons on the control
the message "REMOTE CONTROL ON"
will appear on the display.
panel will be disabled.
Pairing the machine with the app
l Only
the REMOTE CONTROL
,
ON/OFF and START/RESET buttons will
remain enabled.
l Download the Hoover Wizard app onto
your device.
The Hoover Wizard app is available
both for Android and for iOS tablets
and smartphones.
l It is now possible to manage the
appliance via the app.
DISABLING REMOTE CONTROL
To discover all the details of the Wi-Fi
features, explore the app menus in
DEMO mode.
l To exit REMOTE CONTROL
mode
during a wash cycle, press the REMOTE
CONTROL button on the appliance for 1
second. The Wi-Fi indicator light will start
to flash and the message "REMOTE
CONTROL OFF" will appear on the
display. This enables the appliance's
control panel. The wash cycle will
continue normally.
l Make sure your smartphone/tablet is
connected to your home Wi-Fi network.
l Turn the BLUETOOTH (if available).
l Open the app, create a user profile and
pair the appliance. To do so, follow either
the instructions that appear on the display
of your device or the procedure described
in the "Quick Guide" that comes with the
appliance, which you may also obtain
from the link go.candy-group.com/am-dw.
l To re-enable remote control via app,
press the REMOTE CONTROL
button
again for 1 second, leaving the door shut.
The Wi-Fi indicator light will switch on and
the message "REMOTE CONTROL ON"
will appear on the display. The keys and
buttons on the control panel will be
disabled. Only the REMOTE CONTROL
, ON/OFF and START/RESET buttons
will remain enabled.
ENABLING REMOTE CONTROL
l Make sure that the router is switched on
and connected to the Internet.
If the appliance is switched off and
then on again - either via the ON/OFF
button or as a result of a power failure
- when REMOTE CONTROL
is
enabled and a wash cycle is in
progress, the cycle will continue from
the point of interruption.
In this case, "REMOTE CONTROL"
will be disabled.
l Load the dishwasher, load the detergent,
and close the door.
l Switch on the appliance using the
ON/OFF button.
l Press the REMOTE CONTROL button
for 1 second.
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EN
16. REMOTE CONTROL (WI-FI)
Another way to exit remote control mode
- FLASHING SLOWLY: remote control disabled.
l Press the “START/RESET” button for 3
seconds: any running cycle will be
cancelled, and the appliance will exit
REMOTE CONTROL
mode. It is now
possible to set a new wash cycle from the
control panel.
Wi-Fi connection indicator light
This indicator light indicates the connection
status:
- ON: remote control enabled.
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- FLASHING RAPIDLY FOR 3 SECONDS,
THEN OFF: the appliance is unable to
connect to the home Wi-Fi network or has
not yet been paired with the app.
- 3 SLOW FLASHES, THEN OFF FOR 2
SECONDS: the Wi-Fi network is being
reset (while pairing with the app).
- ON FOR 1 SECOND, THEN OFF FOR 3
SECONDS: the door is open, remote
control cannot be enabled.
EN
WIRELESS PARAMETERS
For models with Wi-Fi function
Parameter
Specifications
(Wi-Fi)
Specifications
(Bluetooth)
Wireless Standard
802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth v4.2
Frequency range
2,412 GHz. - 2,484 GHz.
2,412 GHz. - 2,484 GHz.
802.11b, DSSS 1 Mbps =
+19.5 dBm
802.11b, CCK 11 Mbps =
+18.5 dBm
Max Trasmit Power
802.11g, OFDM 54 Mbps =
+18.5 dBm
802.11n, MCS7 =
+14 dBm
802.11b = 1024 bytes,
-80 dBm
802.11g = 1024 bytes,
Minimum Receiving
Sensivity
-70 dBm
802.11n = 1024 bytes,
-65 dBm
802.11n HT40 = 1024 bytes,
-65 dBm
Basic data Rate:
RF Transmit Power (Typ):
+4 dBm
Enhanced data Rate:
RF Transmit Power (Typ):
+2 dBm
BLE
RF Transmit Power (Typ):
+7.5 dBm
Basic data Rate:
Sensivity @ 0.1% BER:
-98 dBm
Enhanced data Rate:
Sensivity @ 0.01% BER:
-98 dBm
BLE
Sensivity @ 0.1% BER:
-98 dBm
With this the Candy Hoover Group Srl, declares that this appliance marked with
complies with the essential requirements of the Directive 2014/53/EU. To
receive a copy of the declaration of conformity, please contact the manufacturer
at: www.candy-group.com
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17. PROGRAMME LEGEND
Programme
1. ECO
2. STEAM
3. UNIVERSAL
4. RAPID 39'
5. RAPID 29'
6. PRE-WASH
7. HYGIENE +
8. TOTAL CARE
Description
Programme for normally soiled tableware (the
most efficient in terms of its combined energy and
water consumption for that type of tableware).
Programme standardised to EN 50242.
Cycle with alternated action of water jets and
steam. Effective in softening and removing dried
up soil and bacteria, with no need to pre-wash pots
and dishes.
Once a day - for normal soiled pans and any other
items that have been left all day for washing.
Fast cycle, suitable for daily washing of heavily
soiled items straight after a meal (MAX 8 place
settings).
Quick wash for dishes which are to be washed
immediately after the meal. Wash load of 6 persons.
Short cold pre-wash for items that are stored in the
dishwasher until you are ready to wash a full load.
An antibacterial cycle, intended for washing and
sterilising dishes (even heavily stained ones)
babies’ bottles etc.
Programme suitable for Class A single-cycle
washing of the most delicate crockery such as
glassware and porcelain.
* Suitable for washing dishes up to 8 place settings.
9. UNIVERSAL PLUS
Intended for everyday dishwashing. Two final rinses
ensure a high level of hygiene and cleanliness.
10. DAILY WASH
Fast cycle, for “normally” dirty dishes – intended
for frequent washes and normal loads. This
programme is optimised thanks to a smart sensor
that adapts washing parameters to actual dish load.
11. ECO PLUS
A medium temperature programme, intended for
washing pans and dishes that are “normally” dirty,
using detergents which contain enzymes.
12. GLASSWARE
Suitable for delicate crockery and glassware. Also
for less soiled items excluding pans.
Programmes with pre-wash
For wash programmes with pre-wash, it is advisable to add a second dose of detergent (max.10 g)
directly in the machine.
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6. PRE-WASH
7. HYGIENE +
8. TOTAL CARE
9. UNIVERSAL
PLUS
10. DAILY
WASH
11. ECO PLUS
12. GLASSWARE
YES
YES
YES
YES
130
YES
YES
YES
YES
120
YES
YES
YES
YES
39
YES
N/A
N/A
YES
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N/A
N/A
N/A
YES
5
N/A
N/A
N/A
YES
140
YES
N/A
YES
YES
100
YES
YES
YES
YES
125
YES
N/A
YES
YES
- ■ - - ■ -
55
80
YES
YES
YES
YES
55
190
YES
N/A
YES
YES
45
95
YES
YES
YES
YES
EN
Washing temperature (°C)
"POWER WASH" active
170
- 45
● ■ - 75
- ■ - 60
● - - 60
- - - 50
- - - 75
● ● ■ - 50
70
● ● ■
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"START DELAY"
Button
5. RAPID 29'
"EXTRADRY"
Button
4. RAPID 39’
"HALF LOAD"
Button
3. UNIVERSAL
"EXPRESS"
Button
2. STEAM
Average wash
duration ¹ (min.)
1. ECO
"IMPULSE" programmes
Programme
Detergent for soaking
(Pre-wash)
Options
● = Detergent for soaking (Pre-wash)
■ = "IMPULSE" programmes
= "POWER WASH" active
N/A = OPTION NOT AVAILABLE
1) With cold water (15°C) - Tolerance ±10%If you use hot water, the time remaining to the end of the programme is updated
automatically while the programme is running.
Values are measured in the laboratory according to the European Standard EN 50242
(values may vary according to the conditions of use).
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Depending on the source of the supply,
water contains varying amounts of
limestone and minerals which are deposited
on the dishes leaving whitish stains and
marks. The higher the level of these
minerals present in the water, the harder
the water is. The dishwasher is fitted with a
water softener unit which, through the use
of special regenerating salt, supplies
softened water for washing the dishes. The
degree of hardness of your water can be
obtained from your water supply company.
Regulate the setting of your water softener
unit according to the degree of hardness of
your water as follows:
The dishwasher must ALWAYS be off
before start of this procedure.
1. Hold down the "Progr." Button and at
the same time turn on the dishwasher
with the "ON/OFF" button.
2. "Setup" appears on the display.
Regulating the water softener
3. Press the "Progr." button until you see
"SOFTNER" written on the display.
°fH
(Franch)
°dH
(German)
Use of
Regenerating salt
Water softener
setting
The water softener can treat water with a
hardness level of up to 90°fH (French grading)
or 50°dH (German grading) through 8 settings.
The settings are listed in the table below,
with the relative mains water to be treated.
0
0-5
0-3
NO
d0
1
6-10
4-6
YES
d1
2
11-20
7-11
YES
d2
3
21-30
12-16
YES
d3
4*
31-40
17-22
YES
d4
5
41-50
23-27
YES
d5
6
51-60
28-33
YES
d6
7
61-90
34-50
YES
d7
Level
Water hardness
4. Then press the button “ ½ Half Load
or “ExtraDry”
buttons for change
the value from 1 to 7.
5. Switch off the dishwasher by pressing
the "ON/OFF" button to make the new
setting.
To change the water softener setting again,
follow the same procedure.
WARNING
If you cannot complete the procedure,
turn the dishwasher off by pressing
the "ON/OFF" button and start the
procedure again from the beginning
(STEP 1).
* The softener unit is set in the factory at
level 4 (d4) as this satisfies the requirements
of the majority of users.
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18. WATER SOFTENER UNIT
19. THROUBLESHOOTING AND WARRANTY
If you believe the dishwasher is not working correctly, consult the quick guide provided
below with some practical tips on how to fix the most common problems. If the
malfunction continues or recurs, contact the Technical Assistance Centre.
BUG REPORTS
l Models with a display: errors are reported by a number preceded by the letter "E"
(e.g. Error 2 = E2) and a short audio signal.
l Models without a display: errors are reported by the indicator lights flashing on the
control panel.
Only models with a display
Error displayed
"CHECK WATER"
with a short audio signal
(only on some models).
E2 (with display) with a
short audio signal
E3 (with display) with a
short audio signal
E4 (with display) with a
short audio signal
Meaning and solutions
The dishwasher does not fill with water
Make sure the water supply is open.
Make sure the water supply hose is not bent or crushed.
Make sure the drain pipe is at the proper height (see installation
section).
Close the water supply, unscrew the drain pipe from the back of the
dishwasher and check that the "sand" filter is not clogged.
The dishwasher does not drain water
Make sure the drain pipe isn’t bent, trapped or blocked, and the filter
is not clogged.
Make sure the siphon is not clogged.
Water leak
Make sure the drain pipe isn’t bent, trapped or blocked, and the filter
is not clogged.
Make sure the siphon is not clogged.
E4-E6-E7-Ef-EL
Electronic control fault.
(with display) with a
short audio signal
Contact the Technical Assistance Centre.
E8-Ei
(with display)
with a short audio signal
The water heating element is not working correctly or the filter
plate is clogged
Clean the filter plate.
Only models without a display
If malfunctions or faults occur when a programme is running, the indicator light that
corresponds to the selected cycle will blink rapidly, and an intermittent audio signal will
sound. In this case, turn the dishwasher off by pressing the "ON/OFF" button.
After checking to make sure the water supply is open, that the drain pipe is not bent
and that the siphon or filters are not clogged, set the selected program again.
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This dishwasher is equipped with an overflow safety device that, in the event of a
problem, automatically discharges any excess water.
WARNING:
To ensure the correct operation of the overflow safety
device, we recommend not moving or tilting the dishwasher
during operation. Should it be necessary to tilt or move the
dishwasher, please ensure that the washing cycle is
complete and that no water remains inside the appliance.
Other faults
FAULTS
1.
2.
3.
No programme
works
Dishwasher
does not fill
with water
Dishwasher
does not
discharge
water
4.
Dishwasher
discharges
water
continuously
5.
Spray arms
are not heard
to rotate
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Plug not connected to wall socket
Connect electric plug
O/I button not pressed
Press button
Door is open
Close door
No electricity
Check
See point 1
The water tap is closed
The water supply hose is bent
Check
The filter of the water supply
hose is clogged
Clean the filter at the end of the
hose
Filter is dirty
Clean filter
Drain pipe is bent
The drain pipe extension is
correctly connected
The outlet connection on
wall is pointing downwards
upwards
Position of the drain pipe is
low
not
Eliminate the bends in the pipe
Follow the instructions for connecting
the drain pipe carefully
the
not
Call a qualified technician
too
Lift drain pipe to at least 40 cm
above floor level
Excessive amount of detergent
Item prevents arms from rotating
Filtering plate and filter very dirty
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Open the water tap
Eliminate the bends in the hose
Reduce amount of detergent Use
suitable detergent
Check
Clean filtering plate and filter
EN
If the fault persists, contact the Technical Assistance Centre.
FAULTS
CAUSE
SOLUTION
6.
On electronic
appliances
without a
display: one
or more
indicator
lights flashing
quickly
Water supply tap turned off
7.
Dishes only
partially
washed
See point 5
Check
Bottom of saucepans have not
been washed well
Burnt on food remains must be
soaked before putting pans in
dishwasher
Reposition saucepans
Edge of saucepans have not
been washed well
Spray arms are partially blocked
The dishes have not been
loaded properly
The end of the drain pipe is
immersed in water
8.
Detergent not
dispensed or
partially
dispensed
9.
Presence of
white spots on
dishes
10. Noise during
wash
11. The dishes are
not
completely
dry
An incorrect amount of detergent
has been measured out, or the
detergent is old and hard
The cap of the salt container is
not closed properly
The wash programme is not
thorough enough
Cutlery, dishes, pans, etc., stop
the detergent dispenser from
opening
Mains water is too hard
Remove spray arms by unscrewing
ring nuts clockwise and wash under
running water
Do not place the dishes too close
together
The end of the drain pipe must not
come into contact with the outflow
water
Increase the measure according to
how dirty the dishes are, or change
detergent
Choose a more vigorous programme
Tighten it properly
Position dishes so as not to obstruct
the dispenser
The dishes knock against one
another
Check salt and rinse aid level and
regulate. Should the fault persist,
contact the Technical Assistance
Centre
Re-check loading of dishes in the
basket
The revolving arms knock
against the dishes
Re-check loading of dishes in the
basket
Inadequate air flow
Leave the dishwasher door ajar at
the end of the wash program to
allow the dishes to dry naturally
Rinse aid missing
Fill the rinse aid dispenser
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Switch off the appliance. Turn on the
tap. Re-set the cycle.
Assistance and Warranty
The product is guaranteed under the law, and under the terms and conditions
stated on the warranty certificate included with the product. The certificate
should be stored and shown to an authorized Technical Assistance Centre in
case of need, together with the proof of purchase. You can also check the
warranty conditions on our website.
For assistance, please fill in the online form or contact us at the number
indicated on the support page of our website.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any printing errors in this booklet.
Moreover, the manufacturer reserves the right to make any changes deemed useful to its
products without changing their essential characteristics.
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N.B.: Should any of the above situations result in a bad wash performance or insufficient
rinsing, remove dirt deposits from the dishes by hand since the final drying cycle hardens
the dirt, making it difficult to remove with a subsequent wash.
If the malfunction continues, contact the Technical Assistance Centre, quoting the model of
the dishwasher. This is found on the plate on the upper section of the inside of the
dishwasher door, or on the warranty. This information will make it possible to take quicker,
more effective action.
20. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
This appliance is marked a
cording to the European directive
2012/19/EUon Waste Electrical
and
Electronic
Equipment
(WEEE).
WEEE contains both polluting substances
(which can cause negative consequences
for the environment) and basic components
(which can be re-used).
It is important to have WEEE subjected to
specific treatments, in order to remove
and dispose properly all pollutants,
and recover and recycle all materials.
Individuals can play an important role in
ensuring that WEEE does not become an
environmental issue; it is
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l WEEE
should not
household waste;
be
treated
as
l WEEE should be handed over to the
relevant collection points managed by
the municipality or by registered
companies. In many countries, for large
WEEE, home collection could be
present.
In many countries, when you buy a new
appliance, the old one may be returned to
the retailer who has to collect it free of
charge on a one-to-one basis, as long as
the equipment is of equivalent type and
has the same functions as the supplied
equipment.
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