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Whirlpool RSBO 3T224 X Setup and user guide
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DAILY REFERENCE
GUIDE
You can download the Safety Instructions and the Use and Care Guide, by visiting our website
docs.whirlpool.eu and following the Instructions on the back of this booklet.
Before using the appliance carefully read Health and Safety guide.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
APPLIANCE
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Upper rack
Foldable flaps
Upper rack height adjuster
Upper spray arm
Lower rack
Space Zone
Cutlery basket
Lower spray arm
Filter Assembly
Salt reservoir
Detergent and Rinse Aid dispensers
Rating plate
Control panel
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CONTROL PANEL
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On-Off / Reset button with indicator light
Program selection button with indicator light
Half Load button with indicator light / Tablet (Tab)
Eco program indicator light
Display
Program number and remaining time indicator
Tablet (Tab) indicator light
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Closed water tap indicator light
Rinse Aid refill indicator light
Salt refill indicator light
Push & Go button with indicator light
Delay button with indicator light
Start/Pause button with indicator light / Drain out
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FIRST TIME USE
SALT, RINSE AID AND DETERGENT
ADVICE REGARDING THE FIRST TIME USE
After installation, remove the stoppers from the racks and the retaining elastic elements from the upper rack.
FILLING THE SALT RESERVOIR
The use of salt prevents the formation of LIMESCALE on the dishes and
on the machine’s functional components.
• It is important that the salt reservoir be never empty.
• It is important to set the water hardness.
The salt reservoir is located in the lower part of the dishwasher
(see PRODUCT DESCRIPTION) and should be filled when the SALT REFILL
indicator light
in the control panel is lit .
1. Remove the lower rack and unscrew the
reservoir cap (anticlockwise).
2. Only the first time you do this: fill the salt reservoir with water.
3. Position the funnel (see figure) and fill the salt
reservoir right up to its edge (approximately
1 kg); it is not unusual for a little water to leak
out.
4. Remove the funnel and wipe any salt residue
away from the opening.
Make sure the cap is screwed on tightly, so that no detergent can get
into the container during the wash program (this could damage the
water softener beyond repair).
Whenever you need to add salt, it is mandatory to complete the
procedure before the beginning of the washing cycle.
SETTING THE WATER HARDNESS
To allow the water softener to work in a perfect way, it is essential that
the water hardness setting is based on the actual water hardness in
your house. This information can be obtained from your local water
supplier.
The factory setting is for average (3) water hardness.
• Switch on the appliance by pressing the ON/OFF button.
• Switch off the appliance by pressing the ON/OFF button.
• Hold down button START/Pause for 5 seconds, until you hear a beep.
• Switch on the appliance by pressing the ON/OFF button.
• The current selection level number and the salt indicator light both flash.
• Press button P to select the desired hardness level (see WATER
HARDNESS TABLE).
Water Hardness Table
Level
°dH
°fH
German degrees
French degrees
0-6
0 - 10
1
Soft
2
Medium
7 - 11
11 - 20
3
Average
12 - 17
21 - 30
4
Hard
18 - 34
31 - 60
5
Very hard
35 - 50
61 - 90
• Switch off the appliance by pressing the ON/OFF button.
Setting is complete!
As soon as this procedure is complete, run a program without loading.
Only use salt that has been specifically designed for dishwashers.
After the salt has been poured into the machine, the SALT REFILL indicator light switches off.
If the salt container is not filled, the water softener and the
heating element may be damaged as a result.
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FILLING THE RINSE AID DISPENSER
Rinse aid makes dish DRYING easier. The rinse aid dispenser A should
be filled when the RINSE AID REFILL
indicator light in the control
panel is lit.
B
A
1. Open the dispenser B by pressing and pulling up the tab on the lid.
2. Pour in the rinse aid (max.110 ml), making sure it does not overflow
from the dispenser. If this happens, clean the spill immediately with
a dry cloth.
3. Press the lid down until you hear a click to close it.
NEVER pour the rinse aid directly into the appliance tub.
ADJUSTING THE DOSAGE OF RINSE AID
If you are not completely satisfied with the drying results, you can adjust the quantity of rinse aid used.
• Switch the dishwasher on using the ON/OFF button.
• Switch it off using the ON/OFF button.
• Press button START/Pause three times - a beep will be heard.
• Switch it on using the ON/OFF button.
• The current selection level number and rinse aid indicator light flash.
• Press button P to select the level of rinse aid quantity to be supplied.
• Switch it off using the ON/OFF button
Setting is complete!
If the rinse aid level is set to 1 (ECO), no rinse aid will be supplied. The
LOW RINSE AID indicator light will not be lit if you run out of rinse aid.
A maximum of 5 levels can be set according to the dishwasher model.
The factory setting is specific to the model, please follow instruction
above to check this for your machine.
• If you see bluish streaks on the dishes, set a low number (2-3).
• If there are drops of water or limescale marks on the dishes, set a
mid-range number (4-5).
FILLING THE DETERGENT DISPENSER
To open the detergent dispenser use the opening device A.
Introduce the detergent into the dry dispenser B only. Place the
amount of detergent for pre-washing directly inside the tub.
1. When measuring out the detergent
refer to the mentioned earlier information to add the proper quantity.
Inside the dispenser B there are
B
indications to help the detergent
dosing.
A
2. Remove detergent residues from
the edges of the dispenser and close the cover until it clicks.
3. Close the lid of the detergent
dispenser by pulling it up until the
closing device is secured in place.
The detergent dispenser automatically opens up at the right time
according to the program.
If all-in-one detergents are used, we recommend using the TABLET
button, because it adjusts the program so that the best washing and
drying results are always achieved.
EN
Drying
phase
PROGRAMS TABLE
Program
1 Eco
Available
options *)
Detergent
container
Duration of
wash program
(h:min)**)
Water
consumption
(litres/cycle)
Energy
consumption
(kWh/cycle)
4:00
9.0
0.74
2:20 - 3:00
16.0 - 18.0
1.20 - 1.40
2:10 - 2:50
14.5 - 16.0
1.05 - 1.25
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1:40
12.0
1.00
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0:30
9.0
0.50
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3:35
16.5
1.00
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1:30
12.0
1.20
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0:10
4.5
0.01
1:20
10.0
1.10
Tub
B
50°
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Auto
Intensive
65°
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Auto
Normal
55°
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4 Delicate
45°
5 Rapid 30’
50°
6 Silent
50°
7 Extra
65°
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8 Pre-Wash
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9 Push&GO
50°
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ECO program data is measured under laboratory conditions according to European Standard EN 50242.
Note for Test Laboratories:
For information on comparative EN testing conditions, please send an email to the following address: dw_test_support@whirlpool.com
Pre-treatment of the dishes is not needed before any of the programs.
*) Not all options can be used simultaneously.
**) The duration of the program shown on the display or in the booklet is an estimate calculated on standard conditions. The actual time may vary
depending on many factors such as temperature and pressure of the incoming water, room temperature, amount of detergent, quantity and type of load,
load balancing, additional selected options and sensor calibration. The sensor calibration can increase program duration up to 20 min.
Standby consumption: Left-on mode consumption: 5 W - Off mode consumption: 0.5 W
PROGRAMS DESCRIPTION
Instructions on wash cycle selection.
1 ECO
6 SILENT
2 AUTO INTENSIVE
7 EXTRA
Normally soiled crockery. Standard program, the most efficient in
terms of its combined energy and water consumption.
Automatic program for heavily soiled dishes and pans (not to be used
for delicate items).
3 AUTO NORMAL
Suitable for night-time operation of the appliance. Ensures optimal
cleaning and drying performance with the lowest noise emission.
Program that allows to wash very big items loaded in the lower rack.
8 PRE-WASH
Automatic program for normally soiled pans and dishes.
Use to refresh crockery planned to be washed later. No detergent to be
used with this program.
4 DELICATE
9 PUSH&GO
Program for delicate items, which are more sensitive to high temperatures, for example glasses and cups.
5 RAPID 30’
Program to be used for lightly-soiled dishes with no dried food
residues.
Everyday wash and dry cycle that ensures great cleaning performance
in a short time without the need to pre-treat dishes.
Notes:
Please note that cycles like Rapid or Fast are most effective for lightly
soiled dishes. To reduce consumption even further, only run the
dishwasher when it is full.
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OPTIONS AND FUNCTIONS
OPTIONS can be selected directly by pressing the corresponding button (see CONTROL PANEL).
If an option is not compatible with the selected program see PROGRAMS TABLE, the corresponding LED flashes rapidly 3 times
and beeps will sound. The option will not be enabled.
HALF LOAD using the upper or lower rack
If there are not many dishes to be washed, a half load cycle
may be used in order to save water, electricity and detergent. Select the wash cycle and then press the HALF LOAD
button: the indicator corresponding to the chosen rack
lights up and the wash cycle starts only in the upper or
lower rack.
Remember to load the upper or lower rack only, and to
reduce the amount of detergent accordingly.
TABLET (Tab)
This setting allows you to optimize the performance of the
program according to the type of detergent used.
Press the HALF LOAD button for 3 seconds (the corresponding
symbol will light up) if you use combined detergents in tablet
form (rinse aid, salt and detergent in 1 dose).
If you use powder or liquid detergent, this option should
be off.
DRAIN OUT
To stop and cancel the active cycle, the Drain Out function
can be used.
A long press of START/PAUSE button, will activate the DRAIN
OUT function. The active program will be stopped and the
water in the dishwasher will be drained out.
EXTRA
EXTRA makes it possible to carry out a heavy-duty wash
cycle of large crockery up to a max height of 53cm: baking
pans, oven grids, dripping pans, hob grids, large saucepans,
serving dishes, pizza dishes, stainless-steel hood filters.
Remove the upper rack to load bulky crockery.
Release the two locks (right and
left) and pull out the rack.
When the upper rack is fitted, the
locks must be always closed.
WATER TAP CLOSED – Alarm
Flashes when there is no inlet water or water tap is closed.
PUSH & GO
Push&Go button is an easily distinguishable button that allows
you direct access to the Push&Go program, a wash and dry
cycle that ensures great cleaning performance in a short time.
You don’t have to worry which program to choose, Push&Go
cycle will do the work for you. To select Push&Go program,
switch on appliance, push only Push&Go button for 3 seconds.
DELAY
The start of the program may be delayed for a period of time
between 0:30 and 24 hours.
1. Select the program and any desired options. Press the
DELAY button (repeatedly) to delay the start of the program.
Adjustable from 0:30 to 24 hours. With each press of the
button, the delay start increases by: 0:30 if selection below
4 hours, 1:00 if selection is below 12 hours, 4 hours if
selection is above 12 hours. If 24 hours reached, and the
button is pressed, the delayed start is deactivated.
2. Press the START/PAUSE button: the timer will begin
counting down;
3. Once this time has elapsed, the indicator light switches off
and the program begins automatically.
If at the time of the countdown the START/PAUSE button is
pressed again the DELAY option is cancelled and the selected
program starts automatically.
The DELAY function cannot be set once a program has
been started.
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In order for the water to reach the
crockery everywhere, arrange it as
shown in the Figure.
Do not start the dishwasher without the upper rack using
wash cycles other than EXTRA.
To carry out the wash cycle Extra pour the detergent
DIRECTLY INTO THE TUB and not into the dispenser.
EN
LOADING THE RACKS
UPPER RACK
Load delicate and light dishes: glasses,
cups, saucers, low salad bowls.
LOWER RACK
The upper rack has tip-up supports which
can be used in a vertical position when
arranging tea/ dessert saucers or in a
lower position to load bowls and food
containers.
(loading example for the upper rack)
ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF THE UPPER RACK
The height of the upper basket can be adjusted:
high position to place bulky crockery in the
lower basket and low position to make the most
of the tip-up compartments by creating more
space upwards.
For pots, lids, plates, salad bowls, cutlery
etc... Large plates and lids should ideally be
placed at the sides to avoid interferences
with the spray arm.
(loading example for the lower rack)
The lower rack has a Space Zone A (in selected models with different
numbers and positions), a special pull-out support in the rear of the
rack that can be used to support frying pans or baking pans in upright
position, thus taking up less space.
In order to use it, just get hold of the coloured grip and pull it
upwards B while rotating it forward. The supports can slide right and
left to fit the size of the crockery.
A
B
The upper rack is equipped with a Upper Rack
height adjuster (see figure), without pressing
the levers, lift it up by simply holding the rack sides, as soon as the rack is stable in its upper position. To restore to the lower position, press the
levers (A) at the sides of the rack and move the basket downwards.
We strongly recommend that you do not adjust the height of the
rack when it is loaded.
NEVER raise or lower the basket on one side only.
FOLDABLE FLAPS WITH ADJUSTABLE POSITION
The side foldable flaps can be fold or unfold to
optimize the arrangement of crockery inside
the rack.
Wine glasses can be placed safely in the foldable flaps by inserting the stem of each glass
into the corresponding slots.
Depending on the model:
• to unfold the flaps there is needed to slide it
up and rotate or release it from the snaps and
pull it down.
• to fold the flaps there is needed to rotate it
and slide flaps down or pull it up and attach
flaps to the snaps.
The lower rack has tip-up supports which can be used in a vertical position when arranging plates or in a horizontal position (lower) to load
pans and salad bowls easily.
CUTLERY BASKET
It is fitted with top grids for improved cutlery arrangement.
It must only be positioned at the front of the lower rack.
Knives and other utensils with sharp edges must be placed in the
cutlery basket with the points facing downwards or they must be
positioned horizontally in the tip-up compartments on the upper
rack.
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DAILY USE
1. CHECK WATER CONNECTION
Check that the dishwasher is connected to the water supply and
that the tap is open.
2. SWITCH ON THE DISHWASHER
Press the ON/OFF button.
3. LOAD THE RACKS
(see LOADING THE RACKS).
4. FILLING THE DETERGENT DISPENSER
(see PROGRAMS TABLE).
5. CHOOSE THE PROGRAM AND CUSTOMISE THE CYCLE
Select the most appropriate program in accordance with the type
of crockery and its soiling level (see PROGRAMS DESCRIPTION) by
pressing the P button.
Select the desired options (see OPTIONS AND FUNCTIONS).
6. START
Start the wash cycle by pressing the START/Pause button. When
the program starts you hear a beep.
7. END OF WASH CYCLE
The end of the wash cycle is indicated by beeps and the display
shows End. Open the door and switch off the appliance by pressing the ON/OFF button.
Wait for a few minutes before removing the crockery - to avoid
burns. Unload the racks, beginning with the lower one.
MODIFYING A RUNNING PROGRAM
If a wrong program was selected, it is possible to change it, provided
that it has only just begun: press and hold the ON/OFF button, the
machine will switch off. Switch the machine back on using the
ON/OFF button and select the new wash cycle and any desired options; start the cycle by pressing the START/Pause button.
ADDING EXTRA CROCKERY
Without switching off the machine, open the door (be ware of HOT
steam!) and place the crockery inside the dishwasher. Close the door
and press the START/Pause button the cycle will begin from the
point at which it was interrupted.
ACCIDENTAL INTERRUPTIONS
If the door is opened during the wash cycle, or if there is a power cut,
the cycle stops. Once the door has been closed or the electricity supply is restored, to start again the cycle from where it was interrupted,
press the START/Pause button.
For more information about the functions, you can request or download
from the WEB a Use & Care Guide by following the instructions on the last
page.
The machine will switch off automatically during certain extended
periods of inactivity, in order to minimise electricity consumption.
If the crockery is only lightly soiled or if it has been rinsed with
water before being placed in the dishwasher, reduce the amount
of detergent used accordingly.
ADVICE AND TIPS
TIPS
Before loading the baskets, remove all food residues from the crockery and empty the glasses. You do not need to rinse beforehand
under running water.
Arrange the crockery so that it is held in place firmly and does not tip
over; and arrange the containers with the openings facing downwards and the concave/convex parts placed obliquely, thus allowing
the water to reach every surface and flow freely.
Warning: lids, handles, trays and frying pans do not prevent the
sprayer arms from rotating.
Place any small items in the cutlery basket.
Very soiled dishes and pans should be placed in the lower basket because in this sector the water sprays are stronger and allow a higher
washing performance.
After loading the appliance, make sure that the sprayer arms can
rotate freely.
HYGIENE
To avoid odour and sediment which can be accumulated in the dishwasher please run a high temperature program at least one a month.
Use a tea spoon of detergent and run it without the loading to clean
your appliance.
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UNSUITABLE CROCKERY
• Wooden crockery and cutlery.
• Delicate decorated glasses, artistic handicraft and antique crockery.
Their decorations are not resistant.
• Parts in synthetic material which do not withstand high temperatures.
• Copper and tin crockery.
• Crockery soiled with ash, wax, lubricating grease or ink.
The colours of glass decorations and aluminium/silver pieces can
change and fade during the washing process. Some types of glass
(e.g. crystal objects) can become opaque after a number of wash
cycles too.
DAMAGE TO GLASS AND CROCKERY
• Only use glasses and porcelain guaranteed by the manufacturer as
dishwasher safe.
• Use a delicate detergent suitable for crockery
• Collect glasses and cutlery from the dishwasher as soon as the
wash cycle is over.
EN
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE FILTER ASSEMBLY
CLEANING THE SPRAY ARMS
Regularly clean the filter assembly so that the filters do not clog and
that the waste water flows away correctly.
The filter assembly consists of three filters which remove food residues
from the washing water and then recirculate the water: to obtain the
best washing results, you need to keep them clean.
On occasions, food residue may become encrusted onto the spray
arms and block the holes used to spray the water. It is therefore recommended that you check the arms from time to time and clean them
with a small non-metallic brush.
To remove the upper spray arm, turn the plastic locking ring in an
anti-clockwise direction. The upper spray arm should be replaced so
that the side with the greater number of holes is facing upwards.
The dishwasher must not be used without filters or if the filter is
loose.
After several washes, check the filter assembly and if necessary clean it
thoroughly under running water, using a non-metallic brush and following the instructions below:
1. Turn the cylindrical filter A in an anti-clockwise direction and pull
it out (Fig 1).
2. Remove the cup filter B by exerting a slight pressure on the side
flaps (Fig 2).
3. Slide out the stainless-steel plate filter C (Fig 3).
4. Inspect the trap and remove any food residues. NEVER REMOVE
the wash-cycle pump protection (black detail) (Fig 4).
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A
The lower spray arm may be removed by pulling it upwards.
B
A
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CLEANING THE WATER INLET HOSE
C
If the water hoses are new or have not been used for an extended
period of time, let the water run to make sure it is clear and free of
impurities before performing the necessary connections. If this
precaution is not taken, the water inlet could become blocked and damage the dishwasher.
After cleaning the filters, re-place the filter assembly and fix it in
position correctly; this is essential for maintaining the efficient
operation of the dishwasher.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Your dishwasher may not work properly.
Before contacting the Service Centre check if the problem can be solved by going through the following list.
PROBLEMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
The dishwasher
won’t start
or does not
respond to commands.
The appliance has not been plugged in
properly.
Insert the plug into the socket.
Power outage.
The dishwasher starts automatically when the power returns.
The dishwasher door is not closed.
Vigorously push the door until you hear the “click”.
It does not respond to commands.
Switch off the appliance by pressing the ON/OFF button, switch it back on
after approximately one minute and reset the program.
The wash cycle has not finished yet.
Wait until the wash cycle finishes.
The drain hose is bent.
Check that the drain hose is not bent (see INSTALATION INSTRUCTION).
The sink drain pipe is blocked.
Clean the sink drain pipe.
The filter is clogged up with food residues.
Clean the filter (see CLEANING THE FILTER ASSEMBLY).
The dishes are rattling against each
Position the crockery correctly (see LOADING THE RACKS).
An excessive amount of foam has been
produced.
The detergent has not been measured out correctly or it is not suitable for
use in dishwashers (see FILLING THE DETERGENT DISPENSER). Reset dishwasher by pressing the DRAIN button (see OPTIONS AND FUNCTIONS) and run
new program without detergent.
The crockery has not been arranged
properly.
Arrange the crockery correctly (see LOADING THE RACKS).
The spray arms cannot rotate freely, being
hindered by the dishes.
Arrange the crockery correctly (see LOADING THE RACKS).
The wash cycle is too gentle.
Select an appropriate wash cycle (see PROGRAMS TABLE).
An excessive amount of foam has been
produced.
The detergent has not been measured out correctly or it is not suitable for use
in dishwashers (see FILLING THE DETERGENT DISPENSER).
The cap on the rinse aid compartment has
not been shut correctly.
Make sure the cap of the rinse aid dispenser is closed.
The filter is soiled or clogged.
Clean the filter assembly (see CARE AND MAINTENANCE).
There is no salt.
Fill the salt reservoir (see FILLING THE SALT RESERVOIR).
The dishwasher
won’t drain.
The dishwasher
makes
excessive noise.
The dishes are
not clean.
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
For more information, maintenance procedures and troubleshooting,
see the Use and Care Guide
The Use and Care Guide can be obtained by:
• After-Sales Service; phone number see in warranty booklet.
• download from website: docs.whirlpool.eu
• use QR code
CONTACTING AFTER-SALES SERVICE
When you contact the After-Sales Service,
you must provide the codes shown on the
rating plate attached to the left or right side
inside the door of the dishwasher. The phone number is listed in the warranty booklet
or on the website: www.privileg.de
IEC 436
:
TECHNICAL DATASHEET
The technical data containing the energy consumption data can be
downloaded from the website: docs.whirlpool.eu
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