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Candy LS DFI 50 UK User manual
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User instructions
DFI 50
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Contents
Thank you for choosing a Candy appliance; quality dishwashers
which guarantee high performance and reliability.
Candy manufacture a vast range of domestic appliances: washing
machines, washer/dryers, cookers, microwave ovens, ovens and
hobs, refrigerators and freezers.
Ask your dealer for the catalogue with the complete range of Candy
products.
Please read this booklet carefully as it provides important information regarding the safe installation, use, and maintenance of the
machine, together with some useful advice on how to achieve the
best results from your dishwasher.
For future reference please keep this instruction booklet in a safe
place.
Guarantee & After Sales Service
This appliance is supplied with a guarantee certificate which offers
a free one year labour guarantee and a free five year parts
guarantee - see the guarantee certificate for further details.
Remember to post part A of the guarantee certificate within 10 days
of the purchase date to register your guarantee with us.
Part B should be filled in and retained by you, to be shown to the
GIAS service engineer if required. You should also keep your sales
receipt.
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Safety advice
Setting up, installation
Opening the door
Water softener unit
Adjusting the upper rack
Loading the dishes
Information for test laboratories
Loading the detergent and rinse aid
Cleaning the filters
Some practical hints
Routine cleaning and maintenance
Description of the controls
Technical data
Programmes selection
Operating the programmes and special functions
Identifying minor faults
Fig. A
After Sales Service
For service and repairs call your local engineer on our national
number 08705 990011
Summary of manufacturers guarantee conditions
Your new appliance is fully guaranteed by the manufacturer for 12
months against electrical/mechanical breakdown excluding:
A. Any faults which occur due to bad installation or misuse of the
machine.
B. Any faults which occur due to repair of, or interference with, the
machine by any person not authorised by the manufacturer to
carry out service.
C. Any faults which occur due to any parts which are fitted to the
machine which are not the original manufacturers parts.
D. Any faults arising from non-domestic use or unusual or abnormal
use of the machine.
E. Any faults arising from operation at incorrect voltage.
F. Any faults arising from incorrect operation of the machine.
The guarantee applies to Gt Britain and Northern Ireland only, and
is an addition to your statutory rights.
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Safety Instructions
INSTALLATION (Technical notes)
Please read the instructions in this booklet carefully because they contain important
information on how to install, use and maintain your dishwasher safely as well as
containing useful tips on how to make the most of it.
Keep this booklet safe for future reference.
Important: when the appliance is located on a carpet floor, attention must be
paid to ensure that there is no obstruction to the bottom vents.
Make sure that the plug on the appliance remains accessible after installation.
There are certain basic safety rules which are valid for any domestic appliance. They
are the following:
- never touch the appliance when your hands or feet are wet or damp
- do not use when your feet are bare
- do not remove the plug from the mains supply socket by pulling the mains cable or
the machine itself
- do not leave the appliance exposed to the elements (rain, sun etc)
- do not let children (or others incapable of operating it) use the machine without
supervision
- make sure that the plug fitted to the machine is compatible with the power supply
socket. If it is not, get a suitably qualified person to fit the correct type, and to make
sure that the cables to the mains socket are able to cope with the power rating of
the appliance
- ensure that the dishwasher does not crush power cables
- if 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
- the dishwasher is designed for normal kitchen utensils.
Objects that have been contamined by petrol, paint, traces of steel or iron,
corrosive chemicals, acids or alkalis must not be washed in the dishwasher
- if you wish to dispose of an old dishwasher be careful to remove the door to
eliminate the risk of children becoming trapped inside it
- the dishwasher has been made from materials which can be recycled so that it can
be disposed of in an environmentally friendly way
- in general it is not advisable to use adaptors, multiple plugs and/or extension
cables
- Water left in the machine or on the dishes at the end of the wash programme
should not be swallowed.
- Leaning or sitting on the open door of the dishwasher could cause it to tip over.
- Cutlery is washed best if it is placed in the basket with the handles downwards;
however, to avoid any injury from blades or sharp points, it can be placed with the
handles upwards.
- Should it be necessary to replace the supply cord, call the Service Department.
- This appliance is be designed for domestic use only.
If the appliance breaks down or stops working properly, switch it off, turn off the water
supply and do not tamper with it. Repair work should only be carried out by an
approved service agent and only genuine spare parts should be fitted. Any failure to
follow the above advice may have serious consequences for the safety of the appliance.
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This appliance complies with Directives 89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC and
following changes.
Eletrical connection
Plug your dishwasher into the power socket.
If the plug we supply does not fit
• CUT IT OFF AND DESTROY IT!
You can't use it on other appliances, and the exposed wires could be
dangerous if anyone plugged it in.
• Fit a suitable plug, as follows:
Connect
to the terminal in the plug
green and yellow wire
marked with the letter E,
OR marked with the Earth symbol,
OR coloured green,
OR coloured green and yellow.
marked N
OR coloured black.
marked L
OR coloured red.
blue wire
brown wire
"WARNING"
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
Fuses and plugs
This appliance should be used only on a
socket with a minimum rating of 13 Amp.
Our ready-fitted plug is already equipped
with a 13 amp fuse which is BS 1362 ASTA approved.
Any replacement should be exactly the same.
If the fuse cover is lost, do not use the plug until it is replaced.
A correct replacement fuse cover (obtainable from your dealer
or Electricity Board) must be the same colour as shown or
named on the insert on the base of the plug.
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Water connection
Connecting the outlet hose
The inlet and drain hoses can be directed to left or right.
The dishwasher can be connected to either cold or hot water, as long as it is
no hotter than 60 °C.
Water pressure must be between 0,08 MPa and 0,8 MPa. If the pressure is below
the minimum consult our service department for advice.
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).
The dishwasher is fitted with 3/4" threaded connector (fig. 2).
Connect inlet hose A to water tap B with a 3/4" attachment making sure that it has
been properly tightened.
If it is necessary to lengthen the inlet pipe, an extension pipe can be fitted.
If limescale deposits or sand are present in the water, it is advisable to obtain the
appropriate filter, art. 9226085, from the Service Centre (fig. 3).
The filter D must be inserted between the tap B and the inlet hose A, remembering
to fit the washer C.
If the dishwasher is connected to new pipes or to pipes which have not been in use
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.
The outlet hose should disharge into a standpipe, making sure that there are no kinks
(fig. 4).
The standpipe must be at least 40 cm above floor level and it must have an internal
diameter of at least 4 cm. It is advisable to fit an anti-odour air trap (fig. 4 x).
If necessary the outlet hose can be extended up to 2,6 m, provided that it is kept at
a maximum height of 85 cm above floor level.
The hose can be hooked over the side of the sink (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. 4 y).
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. 4 z).
Check that there are no kinks in the inlet and outlet hoses.
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Opening the door
Put your hand into the recess and push upwards.
If the machine comes open while it is working, an electrical safety device
automatically switches everything off.
For the machine to work properly, the door should not be opened while it is in
operation.
Closing the door
Place the baskets in the machine.
Make sure that both the spray arms are free to rotate and are not obstructed by
cutlery, crockery or pans. Close the door, pressing on it to make sure it is firmly shut.
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Water softener unit
Loading the salt
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 softener unit
can treat water with a hardness of up to 60°fH (French grading) or 33°dH (German
grading) through five different settings.
The degree of hardness of your water can be obtained from your water supply
company.
Regulating the water softener
The table below lists different degrees of water hardness with the corresponding setting
for the softener unit.
Level
0
1
*2
3
4
Water
hardness
°fH
(french)
Water
hardness
°dH
(German)
Use of
regenerating
salt
0-9
10-30
31-40
41-50
51-60
0-5
6-16
17-22
23-27
28-33
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
- *The water softener unit is set in the factory at level 2, as this is suitable for the
majority of users.
If your water is at level 0, you need not
use any regenerating salt, nor need you
make any adjustment, as your water is
soft.
According to the degree of hardness of
your water, regulate the softener unit in
the following way:
- remove the lower rack. Unscrew and
remove the cap from the salt dispenser
located in the bottom of the tub (Fig. A “1”);
- Turn the selector screw to the required
position with a screwdriver or a knife.
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Water
softener
setting
FREE
N.1
N.2
N.3
N.4
position
position
position
position
N°
of
washes
50
40
30
20
The dishwasher is fitted with a softener which
clears the water of lime which could cause scale
and damage the dishwasher.
On the bottom of the machine there is a container
for the salt for regenerating the softener.
The filter medium of the softening plant must be
reactivated with dishwasher water softener
regenerating salt.
Other types of salt contain small quantities of
insoluble particles which over a long period of
time may affect and deteriorate the softener
performance.
To add salt, unscrew the cap of the container on
the bottom and then refill the container.
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.
If the dishwasher is not required straightaway, set the Prewash programme so that
the salt solution which has overflowed is discharged from the washing tank.
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 according to the regulation of the
water softener unit.
Important: it is necessary to add water until the container overflows. Only
install the dishwasher after completely filling the salt container.
Salt loading indicator
This model is provided with a blind cap. In this case, the salt level must be checked
periodically, according to the regulation of the water softener unit.
TYPE 1
Important: the appearance of white stains on dishes is generally an important sign
that the salt container needs filling.
TYPE 2
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Loading dishes
Adjustment of the upper basket
If 27 cm to 31 cm plates are normally used, load them onto the lower basket after the
upper basket has been placed in its upper position and proceed as detailed below:
1) Turn the front stops A outwards.
2) Take out the basket and remount it in the upper position.
To load dishes
For good wash performance remove any debris from the dishes (bones, tooth picks,
the remains of meat and vegetables) to avoid blocking the filters, water outlet and
washing arm nozzles and, as a result, reducing washing efficiency.
Try not to rinse the dishes before loading them into the dishwasher.
If saucepans and oven dishes are particularly encrusted with the remains of burnt or
roast food, it is advisable to leave them to soak before washing.
3) Replace the blocks A in their original position.
Dishes that are bigger 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.
Using the upper basket
The upper basket is provided with mobile racks hooked to the sides of the basket
which can be regulated in two positions: upright and lowered. In the lowered position
the racks may be used for tea and coffee cups, kitchen knives and ladles. Glasses
with stems may be safely hung on the ends of the racks.
Glasses, cups, saucers and dessert plates may be loaded under the racks.
Soup plates and ordinary plates may be loaded with the rack in the upright position.
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.
It is advisable to load plates of the same size together in order to utilize maximum
basket capacity.
Plates may be loaded in a single row (Fig. 1) or on both rows (Fig. 2).
A
A
It is advisable to load large plates (approx. 27 or more cm) slightly tilted towards the
rear to facilitate introduction of the basket into the machine.
Salad bowls and other plastic bowls may also be loaded on the upper basket. It is
advisable to block these in place so that the jets of water do not make them overturn.
The upper basket has been designed to offer maximum flexibility in use and can be
loaded with up to 24 plates on two rows, up to 30 glasses on five rows or a mixed
load.
Using the lower basket
Saucepans, oven dishes, tureens, salad bowls, lids, serving dishes, dinner plates,
soup plates and ladles can be loaded on the lower basket.
Place the cutlery in the plastic cutlery holder with the handles pointing upwards.
Place the cutlery holder on the lower basket (fig. 3), making sure that the cutlery does
not get in the way of the rotating arms.
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A standard daily load is represented in Figs.
1, 2 and 3.
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E
A
C
B
D
Upper basket (Fig. 1)
A = soup plates
B = dinner plates
C = dessert plates
D = saucers
E = cups
F = glasses
F
12 international place load (Ref. EN 50242).
Correct loading for the upper basket is indicated in Fig. 4 and for the lower basket in
Fig. 5. Fig. 6 cutlery basket.
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G
B
E
C
D
H
C
C
2
A
B
C
D
I
F
H
A
Upper basket (Fig. 2)
A = soup plates
B = dinner plates
C = dessert plates
D = saucers
E = cups
F = glasses with stems
G = glasses
H = single section cutlery basket
Upper basket (Fig. 4)
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L
Q
M
N
P
= 5 + 5 + 2 glasses
= 12 saucers
= 4 + 4 + 4 cups
= small bowl
= medium bowl
= large bowl
= 1 + 1 forks
= 1 + 1 serving spoons
= 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 dessert spoons
= 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 teaspoons
Lower basket (Fig. 5)
M
N
O
P
Q
N
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
L
=
=
=
=
=
8 + 4 soup plates
11 + 1 dinner plates
12 dessert plates
serving dish
cutlery
M
G E
H
F
O
3
D
B
F
A G
Lower basket (Fig. 3)
A = medium-sized saucepan
B = large saucepan
C = frying pan
D = lids
E = tureens, serving dishes
F = cutlery
G = oven dishes
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Cutlery basket (fig. 6)
R
Place the side racks in the lower position
and fill with 6 + 6 knives(R); in the spaces
left insert cutlery with the handles down.
Take care not to load more than two different
types of cutlery in the same compartment.
E
C
The correct and rational loading of dishes is
essential for good washing results.
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Cutlery basket (fig. 7)
Information for the test laboratories.
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.
General programme comparison
(see programmes selection)
Ref. EN 50242 Standards:
1) Upper basket position: low
2) Normal load
3) Shine setting: 5
4) Amount of detergent:
– 8 gr for pre-wash
– 22 gr for wash.
Loading the detergent and the rinse aid.
Filling the detergent container
It is essential to use a detergent that is specifically designed for dishwashers
either in powder, liquid or tablet form.
Finish gives very good results and can be
easily obtained.
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.
Normal wash
The detergent container is inside the door
(fig. A “2”). If the lid of the container is closed
press the button to open.
At the end of every wash cycle the lid is
always open and ready for the next time the
dishwasher is used.
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 gr of detergent in the
wash section of detergent compartment (1).
After pouring the detergent into the
container close the lid.
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 to limit damage to
the environment at the same time.
Wash with soaking cycle
If setting the UNIVERSAL INTENSIVE wash programme, a second dose of about
20 gr of detergent (1 table-spoon) must be added to the machine in the prewash
section of detergent compartment (2).
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Filling the rinse aid container
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3
FULL
EMPTY
dark
light
The rinse aid container can be found to the
right of the detergent container: it has a
capacity of about 130 ml (Fig A "3"). Turn the
cap (3) anticlockwise and pour enough liquid
to last several washes, up to the maximum
level shown. Replace the cap.
The rinse aid, which is automatically
released during the last rinsing cycle, helps
the dishes to dry quickly and prevents spots
and stains forming.
It is always advisable to use rinse aid.
Check the rinse aid level through the indicator eye which is situated in the centre of the
dispenser (4).
Cleaning the filters
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2
Regulating the rinse aid from 1 to 6
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The regulator is placed under the cap (3) and
can be turned using a coin. The recommended
position is 3.
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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The filter system (fig.A “4”) consists of:
a central container that traps the larger
particles.
a flat gauze that continuously filters the
wash water
a micro filter, located beneath the gauze,
that traps the tiniest particles ensuring a
perfect rinse.
To achieve excellent results every time, the
filters should be checked and cleaned after
each wash.
To remove the filter unit, simply turn the
handle anticlockwise (fig. 1).
For ease of cleaning, the central container is
removable (fig. 2).
Remove the gauze filter (fig.3) and wash the
whole unit under a jet of water. If necessary
a small brush can be used.
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.
NB: 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.
Warning: never use the dishwasher
without the filters.
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General hints
Cleaning and maintenance
Selecting the programme
This dishwasher offers you a wide range of wash programmes so that you can choose
the most suitable according to the type of dishes and how dirty they are.
Refer to the PROGRAMME LIST to choose the most suitable programme.
The outside of the cabinet can be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaning agent
suitable for a gloss finish.
The dishwasher does not require special maintenance, because the tank is selfcleaning. Regularly wipe the door gasket with a damp cloth to remove any food
remains or rinse aid. It is advisable to remove limestone deposits or dirt periodically,
by doing an empty wash; pour a glass of vinegar on the bottom of the tank and select
the light wash.
Useful hints
In order to avoid any dripping from the top rack, remove the lower rack first.
If the dishes are to be left in the machine for some time, leave the door ajar, to let
some air circulate and to improve the drying performance.
How to make SAVINGS
1) If you want the dishwasher to give a complete wash, place the dishes in the
dishwasher at the end of each meal and if necessary turn on the COLD PRE-WASH
cycle 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.
2) 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.
How to get really good wash RESULTS
1) Place the dishes face downwards.
2) 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.
3) 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 etc.
that could clog up the outflow and the washing arm jets.
4) After loading the dishes check that the washing arms can rotate freely.
5) Pans and other dishes that have particularly persistent food particles or remnants
of burnt food should be left to soak in water with dishwasher detergent.
6) 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
What to DO if
1) You want to stop the dishwasher to put in more dishes whilst it is in the middle of
a wash.
Open the door only after pressing the O/I button so that the dishwasher is in OFF.
After closing the door, wait 3 minutes before starting up the machine again.
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:
To remove the upper rotor arm, turn it until it lines up with the stop marked by the
arrow (fig. 1b). Push it upwards 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).
• wash the rotor arms under a jet of water to clear any blockage in the spray heads.
• When you have finished, refit the rotor arms in the same position, remembering to
re-align the arrow and screw into position.
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1b
What not to wash
It should also 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 aluminium,
crystal, leaded glass unless otherwise stated.
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.
It is also 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.
IMPORTANT
When buying new crockery or cutlery always make sure that they are suitable for
washing in a dishwasher.
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The water heater element is made of a special stainless steel which after a while may
change colour; this does not in any way affect its performance or its working life.
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. The spots can be removed with a mild abrasive agent; never use
chlorine based materials, steel wool, etc.
Description of the controls
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:
1. do an empty wash with detergent in order to clean the machine of any deposits.
2. pull out the electric plug.
3. turn off the water tap.
4. fill the rinse aid container.
5. Ieave the door ajar.
6. Keep the inside of the machine clean.
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 starting up the dishwasher.
BA
C
D
A
On/off button
D
Programme display
B
“65°C” button
E
Programme selector
C
Programme symbol
E
Dimensions:
Height
Depth
Width
Depth with door open
cm
cm
cm
cm
82÷88,5
55
59,8
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Technical Data
EN 50242 place load
Capacity with pans and dishes
Water supply pressure
Fuse
Power input
Supply voltage
20
12
8 persons
Min. 0,08 - Max 0,8 MPa
(see rating plate)
(see rating plate)
(see rating plate)
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PROGRAMME SELECTION
Short cold pre-wash for items that are
stored in the dishwasher until you are
ready to wash a full load.
PRE-WASH
Once a day - for heavily soiled pans and
any other items that have been left all
day for washing.
UNIVERSAL
INTENSIVE 65°C
•
• • • • • •
6
65°C
• •
150
50°C
•
135
• • • •
65°C
• •
110
ECO
UNIVERSAL 50°C
Energy Saving Programme suitable for
normal soiled items. Using detergents
with enzyme.
Programme standardised to EN 50242.
DAILY
INTENSIVE 65°C
Once a day - for normal soiled pans and
any other items that have been left all
day for washing.
DAILY 50°C
Suitable for heavily soiled items that are
to be washed straight after a meal.
• • • •
50°C
•
105
DELICATE 50°C
Suitable for delicate crockery and
glassware. Also for less soiled items
excluding pans.
• • • •
50°C
•
75
PLATEWARMING 65°C
Suitable for rinsing dishes which have
not been used for some time and for
warming dishes prior to serving.
• •
65°C
•
55
22
• • • • •
•
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“65°C” button
Hot rinse with
rinse aid
Intermediate rinse
Main wash
Cold pre-wash
Hot pre-wash
•
With cold water
(15°C)
Special
Average
duration in functionbuttons
available
minutes
Programme contents
Check salt container
Clean filter
Detergent for
washing
Description
Detergent for
soaking
Programme
Check rinse aid
dispenser
Check list
YES
YES
Selecting the programme and
special functions
Warning
Use in conjunction with programme guide
Attention
This dishwasher is equipped with an anti-overflow
safety device which works even when power is
switched off, and if the water level is too high the
supply will automatically be closed off.
Important
To ensure the correct operation of the
anti-overflow safety device, it is recommended
not to move or to tilt the dishwasher during
operation.
If it is necessary to move or to tilt the dishwasher,
first make sure the washing cycle is finished and
that no water is left in the tank.
After loading the dishwasher and adding the
detergent, leave the door ajar so as to access the
controls.
Turn the “E” knob (on the right of the control
panel) clockwise to the programme N° required
(this will be shown in display “D”).
To start the machine press the
close the door.
button and
In case of incorrect selection of programme,
rotate the “E” knob clockwise to the correct
required programme.
Identifying minor faults
Warning!
Before removing any panel: 1. Turn the knob to STOP.
2. Pull the electric plug out.
Should the dishwasher fail to operate, before contacting the Service Centre, make the
following checks:
FAULT
When the programme knob is on the STOP
position the wash cycle has ended.
Open the door and switch off the appliance by
pressing the
button before unloading the
dishwasher.
2) Before starting the new programme, make
sure that the detergent has not already been
released. If it has, then top up the dispenser.
O/I button has not been pressed
Press button
Door is open
Close door
No electricity
Check the fuse in the plug and
the electricity supply
See causes for no. 1
Check
Water tap is turned off
Turn water tap on
Programme selector is not at
correct position
Turn programme selector to
correct position
The inlet hose is bent
Eliminate the bends in the hose
The inlet hose filter is not
correctly connected
Clean the filter at the end of the
hose
Filter is dirty
Clean filter
Outlet hose is kinked
Straighten outlet hose
The outlet hose extension is
not correctly connected
Follow the instructions for
connecting the outlet hose
carefully
The outlet connection on the
wall is pointing downwards not
upwards
Call a qualified technician
Position of outlet hose is too
low
Lift outlet hose to at least 40 cm
above floor level
Excessive amount of detergent
Reduce amount of detergent
Use suitable detergent
Item prevents arms from rotating
Check
Plate and cup filter very dirty
Clean plate and cup filter
6 - On electronic appliances
without a display: “eco”indicator
light and indicator light “No.1”
with audible signal are heard.
Water inlet tap turned off
Switch off the appliance.
Turn on the tap.
Re-set the cycle.
7 - On electronic appliances with
a display: “E1” appears on the
display with audible signal.
Water inlet tap turned off
Switch off the appliance.
Turn on the tap.
Re-set the cycle.
1 - Machine completely dead
2 - Machine does not
draw water
3) At the end of the wash cycle it is advisable to
turn off the water supply and unplug the
machine from the mains.
“65°C” button
This button is an option available on the
UNIVERSAL INTENSIVE 65°C and DAILY
INTENSIVE 65°C programmes which will
increase the temperature of the water of washing
from 50°C to 65°C.
3 - Machine does not
discharge water
4 - Machine discharges water
continuously
5 - Spray arms are not heard
to rotate
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REMEDY
Connect electric plug
1) It is not advisable to open the door while the
machine is in operation, particularly during the
middle stage of the wash programme and the
final hot rinse. Should anyone open the door
inadvertently, the machine will automatically
stop.
End of programme
CAUSE
Plug is not connected to wall
socket
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FAULT
8 - Load of dishes is only
partially washed
CAUSE
See causes for no. 5
Check
Bottom of saucepans have not
been washed well
Burnt on food remains must
be soaked before putting pans
in dishwasher
Edge of saucepans have not
been washed well
Reposition saucepans
Spray arms are partially blocked
Remove spray arms by
unscrewing ring nuts clockwise
and wash under running water
The dishes have not been
properly loaded
Do not place the dishes too
closely together
The end of the outlet hose is in
the water
The end of the outlet hose
must not come into contact
with the outflow water
The incorrect amount of
detergent has been measured
out; the detergent is old and hard
Increase the measure
according to how dirty the
dishes are and change detergent
The wash programme is not
thorough enough
Choose a more vigorous
programme
The lower basket dishes have
not been washed
Depress half load button
Water is too hard
Check salt and rinse aid level
and regulate amount.
Should the fault persist,
Contact Service Centre
Load dishes better onto the
basket
9 - Presence of white spots
on dishes
10 - Noise during wash
11 - The dishes are not
completely dry
REMEDY
The dishes knock against one
another
The revolving arms knock against
the dishes
Load dishes better
Inadequate air flow
Leave the dishwasher door ajar
at the end of the wash program
to allow the dishes to dry naturally
N.B.: Should any of the situations occur and should the machine give a bad washing performance,
it is necessary to remove the deposits from the dishes by hand since the final drying cycle hardens the
deposits which a second wash in the machine would not be able to remove.
If the malfunction continues contact a Service Centre quoting the serial number of the dishwasher.
This is found on the plaque on the inside of the dishwasher door at the top or on the guarantee.
This information will make it possible to take more effective action more quickly.
The manufacturers decline any responsability for any printing mistakes in this instruction booklet. They also reserve the right to modify their
own appliances as necessary without altering the essential characteristics.
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The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event of any printing mistakes in this
booklet. The manufacturer also reserves the right to make appropriate modifications to
its products without changing the essential characteristics.
03.02 - 41007918 - Printed in Italy - Imprimé en Italie
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