Viking Range FDWU524 24" Dishwasher Use and Care Manual

Viking Range FDWU524 24" Dishwasher Use and Care Manual
Use & Care
MANUAL
3 & 5 SERIES
VDWU524SS
VDWU524WSSS
FDWU524WS
FDWU524
VDWU324SS
FDWU324
To prevent accidents, which could cause serious injury or death, as well as machine damage read these
instructions before installation and / or use.
INTRODUCTION
CONTENTS
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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2. RECYCLING
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3. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR DISHWASHER
4. LOADING THE DISHWASHER
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4.1 UPPER RACK
4.2 LOWER RACK
4.3 PROPER AND IMPROPER LOADING OF DISHWARE
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5. WHAT SHOULD NOT BE WASHED IN YOUR DISHWASHER
OPERATING THE PRODUCT
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PROGRAM SELECTION / PROGRAMME CANCEL KEY 5 SERIES
FUNCTION KEYS
PREPARING THE MACHINE
PROGRAM SELECTION
PROGRAMME SELECTION / PROGRAMME CANCEL KEY 3 SERIES
FUNCTION KEYS
PREPARING THE MACHINE
PROGRAM SELECTION
6.4 AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
6.5 SCHEDULING THE WASHING TIME
6.6 STARTING THE PROGRAM
6.7 CANCELLING THE PROGRAM
6.8 SALT INDICATOR (
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6.9 RINSE AID INDICATOR ( )
6.10 END OF PROGRAM
6.11 WATER CUT-OFF WARNING
6.12 OVERFLOWING WARNING
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7. DETERGENT
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7.1 ADDING DETERGENT
7.2 TABLET DETERGENTS
7.3 RINSE AID
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8. ADJUSTING THE WATER SOFTENING SYSTEM
9. FILLING THE DISHWASHER SALT DISPENSER
10. CARE AND MAINTENANCE
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10.1 CARING FOR YOUR DISHWASHER EXTERIOR
10.2 CARING FOR YOUR DISHWASHER INTERIOR
10.3 CLEANING THE FILTERS
10.4 CLEANING THE HOSE FILTER
10.5 CLEANING THE WASH ARMS
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11. TROUBLESHOOTING
12. TECHNICAL FEATURES
SERVICE INFORMATION
WARRANTY
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Please read this user manual and particularly the safety
instructions completely and carefully. They will save you
time and effort and help to ensure optimum dishwasher
performance.
Be sure to observe all listed warnings and cautions. Look
particularly for the icons with exclamation marks inside.
The information icon will also provide important references.
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WARNING: Indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
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CAUTION: Indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
may result in injury. It may also be used to
alert against unsafe practices.
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NOTICE: Indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
may result in damage to the dishwasher,
the dishware, the equipment or the
environment.
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1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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WARNING:When using the dishwasher,
follow basic precautions, including the
following:
Read all instructions before using the
dishwasher! Save these operating
instructions and pass them on to any
future user.
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“This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and
(2) this device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.”
“No changes shall be made to the
equipment without the manufacturer’s
permission as this may void the warranty”
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Use only detergents or rinse aids recommended for
use in a household dishwasher and keep them in a
dry place out of the reach of children. Check that the
detergent dispenser is empty after the completion of
each wash program.
Dishwasher detergents contain chemicals that can
cause sickness and may be if they are inhaled or
swallowed. Also, be careful when opening the door
due to hot steam that is produced during operation.
Consult a doctor immediately if detergent has been
swallowed or inhaled.
if the hot water has not been used in several weeks,
we recommend running the hot water taps to remove
any built up hydrogen gases.
Do not store or use flammable liquids or vapors in the
area of the dishwasher.
When loading items to be washed, position sharp
items so that they are not likely to damage the door
seal and load sharp knives with the handles up to
reduce the risk of cut-type injuries.
Do not wash plastic items unless they are marked
“dishwasher safe” or the equivalent. For plastic
items not so marked, check the manufacturer’s
recommendations.
If a malfunction occurs, switch off the appliance and
turn off the water supply to the dishwasher.
Please do not attempt to carry the dishwasher by
yourself in order to avoid potential injuries. Two or
more people are needed to move a dishwasher.
Before cleaning or carrying out maintenance, switch
off the appliance, disconnect the power plug and turn
off the water supply.
Repairs and technical modifications must be carried
out exclusively by an Authorized technician.
If the dishwasher is not in use for an extended period
of time (i.e. vacation home), we recommend removing
all items from the dishwasher, leave the door cracked
open to allow air to circulate and turn off both the
power and water supply to the dishwasher.
This appliance comes with a three prong NEMA 5-15P
15A power cord. It must be connected to a Grounded
and Polarized wall receptacle that has been installed
and tested by an licensed electrician and that it has
been installed based on all Local, State and Federal
Electrical codes.
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Use the dishwasher only for its intended purpose
as described in this user manual. This appliance is
intended for normal household use only.
The manufacturer disclaims responsibility for
damage or injury caused by improper use of this
appliance.
The information in this user manual must be followed
to minimize the risk of fire or explosion and to prevent
property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
Do not operate your dishwasher unless all the
enclosure panels are properly in place.
Do not tamper with the controls.
Do not abuse, sit on, stand in or on the door or dish
rack of the dishwasher.
The cup racks are designed to support cups, glasses
and kitchen utensils. When the cup racks are in the
dishwasher do not lean on or use the cup racks to
support your body weight.
To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow children to
play in, on or near the dishwasher.
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WARNING:Improper connection of the
equipment-grounding conductor can result in
a risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified
electrician or service representative if you are
in doubt whether the appliance is properly
grounded. Do not modify the plug provided
with the appliance, if it will not fit the outlet,
have a proper outlet installed by a qualified
electrician.
This appliance produces ozone within the washing
compartment during normal operation. Long-term
exposure to ozone or exposure at elevated levels may
result in respiratory problems, especially for the elderly
and children.
Chidren should not operate this machine without adult
supervision.
Be careful to not leave the door fully open when not
being loaded or unloaded to prevent someone from
tripping on the unit.
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WARNING:If your dishwasher is equipped
with internal illumination, lamp should only
be replaced by the Authorized Service
Agent in case of failures that may occur on
the lamp.
WARNING: This product can expose you
to chemicals including Nickel (Metallic)
which is known to the State of California to
cause cancer.
For more information go to www.
P65Warnings.ca.gov
Note: Nickel is a component in all stainless
steel and some other metal components.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Service should be performed by a qualified installer.
Work by unqualified persons could be dangerous and
may void the warranty.
Do not operate the appliance if damaged,
malfunctioning, partially disassembled or if it has
missing or broken parts.
Before installation or service, disconnect the power
supply to the work area by unplugging the unit,
“tripping” the circuit breaker or removing the fuse.
For safety reasons, dishwasher must be secured to
adjacent cabinetry using the brackets provided. Failure
to do this may cause damage to property or bodily
injury.
Do not use any extension cord or portable outlet
device to connect the dishwasher to a power supply.
2. RECYCLING
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Remove the door to the washing compartment when
removing an old dishwasher from service or discarding
it. Ensure that the appliance presents no danger to
children while being stored for disposal.
Remove the door lock or door of the washing
compartment before disposing dishwasher so that
children or small animals can not trapped inside.
Old appliances may contain materials that can be
recycled. Please contact your local recycling authority
about the possibility of recycling these materials.
Please check the water supply line periodically. It is
susceptible to breakage. It becomes less flexible as
time goes by.Replace it immediately when it is torn,
cut, swollen or there is water leakage.
Please keep the dishwasher package out of the reach
of children after unpacking it.
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WARNING:Danger of suffocation! Ensure
that any plastic wrappings, bags, small
pieces etc. are disposed of safely and kept
out of the reach of children.
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3. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR DISHWASHER
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1. Upper basket
2. Upper impeller
3. Lower impeller
4. Removable cutlery basket
5. Door
6. Model and Serial Tag
7. Control panel
8. Detergent and rinse agent dispenser
9. Lower basket
10. Filters
11. Salt container (Select Models)
12. Upper basket rail
13. Upper cutlery basket (Select Models)
14. Tabletop (Select Models)
15. Turbo fan heat drying system (Select Models)
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4. LOADING THE DISHWASHER
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2.
3.
Upper rack (International Pattern)
Pull the handle to open the door. If the door is opened
during operation, the dishwasher will stop running.
Once the door is closed the program will continue.
Remove coarse food leftovers from tableware.
Now you can load the dishwasher.
Upper rack (Standard Pattern)
International Loading Pattern – Top rack (12 place settings)
Lower rack (International Pattern)
Top rack load pattern for 12 place settings according to the
AHAM DW-1 Standards
Lower rack (Standard Pattern)
International Loading Pattern – Bottom rack (12 place
settings)
Upper cutlery basket (Select Models)
Bottom rack load pattern for 12 place settings according to
the AHAM DW-1 Standards
International Loading Pattern – Upper cutlery basket (12
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place settings)
Upper rack (Select Models)
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Additional Loading Pattern – Top rack (10 place settings)
Lower rack (Select Models)
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Additional Loading Pattern – Bottom rack (10 place
settings)
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Upper cutlery basket (Select Models)
Upper cutlery basket (MODEL DEPENDING)
International Loading Pattern – Upper cutlery basket (10
place settings)
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CAUTION:Large knives and other
utensils with sharp tips and edges must
be placed horizontally into the upper rack
due to risk of injury. Other smaller knives
and sharp utensils should be placed with
sharp side down in the cutlery basket.
CAUTION:Use extreme caution
when removing knives and other
sharp utensils from the dishwasher.
These items may have shifted
position during the wash program,
and may be wet or slippery.
CAUTION:Hot steam can escape!
Danger of serious burns or other
injury.
NOTICE: Lower basket should be
removed out of the dishwasher
during the tests according to AHAM
DW-1.
Your dishwasher holds a maximum of 12 place
settings.
Place all containers such as cups, glasses and
pots into the dishwasher with the opening facing
downwards (so that no water can collect).
Small and light items can go into the upper rack.
Long and narrow items are placed in the middle of the
racks.
Place all large and very dirty items in the lower rack.
Load dishes accordingly and be careful when loading
glasses so they do not hit each other during the wash
cycle. Also, make sure that both wash arms are not in
contact with any dishware.
Do not overload your dishwasher and pay attention
to manufacturer instructions regarding dishes which
are appropriate for use in for a dishwasher. Only with
suitable dishes (mentioned in section 5) will you obtain
optimal washing results with a sensible use of energy.
4.1 UPPER RACK
ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF THE UPPER BASKET
(Select Models)
The upper basket height adjustment mechanism has been
designed for you to create large spaces in the lower or
upper sections of your machine depending on your needs
by adjusting the height in the upper or lower direction while
your basket is empty or loaded.
Load the upper rack with dessert plates, cups, glasses etc.
Thanks to this mechanism, you can use your basket in
three different positions lower, middle and upper positions
(1, 2, 3).
1. To raise your basket, hold the upper basket wires
with both hands while the basket is in the lowermost
position and pull them up (A).
2. You will hear a "Click" from the right and left
mechanisms, indicating that the basket has reached
the next level. Release the basket.
Repeat the process if the height is not sufficient.
ADJUSTABLE SHELVES
(Select Models)
Depending on the size of the glasses and cups, the shelf
height setting may be adjusted.
1. Fold the shelf upwards A.
2. Positioning at the desired height B.
3. Fold the shelf again downwards C.
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To lower the basket, while it is in the uppermost position;
1. Hold the upper basket wires with both hands, slightly
lift up the basket and simultaneously push and release
the latches shown in the figure (B).
2. Lower the basket from its current position to the lower
one.
3. Release the basket after it has reached one level
down.
Repeat the process if the height is not sufficient.
COLLAPSIBLE UPPER BASKET WIRES
(Select Models)
You can use collapsible wires when you need a larger
space for your dishes in the upper basket of your machine.
To bring the collapsible wires into horizontal position, grab
the wire from the middle position and push them in the
direction of arrow in the figure. Place your larger dishes
into the area created. To bring the wires back to vertical
position, just lift them up.
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Bringing the wires to the horizontal
position by holding them from the tips
may cause them to bend. Therefore,
hold the wires from their stems while
bringing them to the horizontal or vertical
positions.
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The movement mechanism may not
function properly if the upper basket is
overloaded or if the weight distribution is
not balanced. In heavier conditions, there
is the risk of falling one level down.
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Make sure that the adjustment mechanism
has the same positions on the right and
left sides of the upper basket.
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UPPER BASKET MULTIPURPOSE SERVICE RACK
(Select Models)
This accessory located at the upper basket of your
machine allows you to easily wash pieces such as extra
long ladles and bread knives.
COLLAPSIBLE LOWER BASKET TINES
(Select Models)
There are foldable tines (A) located in the lower basket
of the machine that are designed for an easier placement
of large pieces such as pans, bowls, etc. You can create
larger spaces by folding each tines individually or all of
them at once.
You can lift up the upper basket multipurpose service rack
to remove it if you do not want to use it.
If you want to use the upper basket multipurpose service
rack again, you can easily attach it to the side section of
your upper basket.
To bring the collapsible tines into horizontal position, grab
the tines from mid position and push them in the directions
of arrows (B). To bring the tines back to vertical position,
just lift them up. Collapsible tines will click into the latch
again (C).
4.2 LOWER RACK
Use the lower rack for plates, bowls, pots etc.
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Bringing the tines to the horizontal
position by holding them from the tips
may cause them to bend. Therefore, it
will be appropriate to bring the tines in the
middle to horizontal or vertical position
by holding them from their stems and
pushing in the direction of arrow.
REMOVABLE CUTLERY BASKET
(Select Models)
Removable cutlery basket is designed to wash your dishes
such as knife, fork, spoon, etc. in a more efficient manner.
Since the silverware basket can be moved (A, B), you can
create more space while placing your dishes in the lower
basket and free up space for your dishes of different sizes.
LOWER BASKET MULTIPURPOSE / HEIGHT
ADJUSTABLE SERVICE RACK
(Select Models)
This accessory located in the lower basket of your machine
allows you to easily wash pieces such as extra glasses,
long ladles and bread knives.
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LOWER BASKET BOTTLE WIRE
(Select Models)
The bottle wire is designed for easier washing of long
pieces with wide mouths. You may take out the bottle wire
from the basket when not in use by pulling it out from both
sides (H).
You may use the racks as required by
moving them to lower or upper position,
or close them to create a wider space in
your lower basket.
Make sure that the impeller does not
touch the dishes you placed on the
racks.
UPPER CUTLERY BASKET
(Select Models)
Upper cutlery basket is designed to wash your cutlery
items such as forks, spoons and etc. by placing them
between the bars on the basket.
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4.3 PROPER AND IMPROPER LOADING OF DISHWARE
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1: Salad Fork
2: Teaspoon
3: Dinner fork
4: Knife-solid handle
5: Serving spoon
6: Serving fork
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1 2
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2 2
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3 2 3
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Sliding Cutlery Basket load pattern for 12 place
settings according to the AHAM DW-1 Standards
• Place all containers such as cups, glasses and pots into the dishwasher with the opening facing downwards (so that no
water can collect).
• The movement of the spray arms must not be hindered.
• Do not overload your dishwasher.
• Only with suitable dishes (mentioned in section 5) will you obtain optimal washing results with a sensible use of energy.
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5. WHAT SHOULD NOT BE WASHED IN YOUR DISHWASHER
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Rust-sensitive steel parts like iron and cast iron that can rust and stain other utensils and damage the interior
stainless steel liner of the dishwasher and void the warranty. Do not wash copper, brass, pewter, bronze or tin.
Cutlery with wooden or horn handles and cutlery with mother-of-pearl or porcelain handles will deteriorate over time if
put in the dishwasher.
Plastics may lose their shape or color with hot water, please follow the instructions of plastic manufacturers. Be sure
that plastic items are marked “dishwasher safe”.
Glued dishes or cutlery are not suitable for machine washing since certain adhesives may get soft or dissolve with
hot water.
Aluminum may fade over time. Minerals in water and detergent may cause the aluminum to darken or spot.
Sterling silver articles should not be washed in the dishwasher because they tend to discolor and become dull by
dishwasher detergent.
Silverware and stainless steel items should not be in contact with each other. Mixing these items can cause staining.
Remove and hand dry these items immediately when the program ends.
Decorated glasses, porcelain, fine china and china with gold rims are sensitive to machine washing. They may lose
their patterns and colors over time.
Crystal and very fine glassware may become opaque (etch) losing their shine over time. You may prefer to wash
them by hand.
Do not wash sponges or dish cloths in dishwasher.
Do not wash art and craft articles in dishwasher.
Disposable plastics and disposable aluminum cannot withstand high temperatures; do not wash them in the
dishwasher.
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CAUTION: If in doubt, wash by hand or follow the instructions from the manufacturer of utensils,
dishes, glasses or pots and pans.
Do not wash items soiled with cigarette ash, candle wax, varnish, paints or chemicals since they can
damage you dishwasher.
NOTICE: We recommend when buying new dishware, try to choose ones that are suitable for
machine washing (marked as dishwasher safe).
CARING FOR YOUR DISHWARE
The combination of high temperatures and dishwasher detergent may cause damage to some items if they are washed
in the dishwasher. Remember, if there is any doubt about any aspect concerning items to be washed in the dishwasher,
follow the instructions from the manufacturer of the items, or wash the items by hand.
5 SERIES
OPERATING THE PRODUCT
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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On / Off Key
Menu Key
Time Delay Selection / Menu Direction Selection Keys
Selection / Confirmation Key
Display
Start / Pause / Cancel Key
Function Selection Keys
F1 IntenseWash Function
F2 Express Function
F3 High Gloss Function
F4 Sanitize Function
8. Programme Selection Keys
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10 11
19 18
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12.
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16 15
Auto Door Open Indicator (depends on the model)
Filter Cleaning Function Indicator (depends on the model)
Function Indicator (depends on the model)
Delay Time / Program Time Indicator
Delayed Start Indicator
End of Program Indicator
Rinse Aid Indicator
Salt Indicator
Water Cut-off Indicator
Liquid Detergent Dosing Indicator (depends on the model)
Tablet Detergent Indicator (depends on the model)
On/Off Key
When you press the On/Off key, the indicator lights illuminate on the display for ON position. The lights turn off in OFF
position.
PROGRAM SELECTION / PROGRAM CANCEL KEY
Select the desired program using the “program selection keys” and press the button.
To cancel the running program, open the door of the machine and press and hold the Start/Pause/Cancel key for 3
seconds.
After the 3 - 2 - 1 countdown, 0:01 is displayed, close the door of the product and wait for the draining process complete.
Draining is completed in 2 minutes and the machine gives an audible warning when it is completed.
FUNCTION KEYS
If you press any of the Function keys during program selection or time delay selection, an affirmative key signal will be
heard provided that the relevant function is supported by the selected program. Function will be deemed selected when
the indicator of the selected function is lit.
To cancel the selected function, keep the function key pressed until the function indicator disappears.
PREPARING THE MACHINE
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the door of the dishwasher.
Place the dishes in accordance with the instructions in the user manual.
Make sure that the upper and lower impellers rotate freely.
Put adequate amount of detergent into the detergent dispenser.
PROGRAM SELECTION
1. Press the On/Off button to turn on your machine.
2. Check the Salt and Rinse Aid indicators and add salt and/or rinse aid if needed.
3. Refer to the table of "Program data and average consumption values" to determine a washing program suitable for
your dishes.
4. Press flashing Start/Pause/Cancel key. Close the door.
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3 SERIES
OPERATING THE PRODUCT
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2
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2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
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4
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On / Off Key
Menu Key
Time Delay Selection / Menu Direction Selection Keys
Selection / Confirmation Key
Display
Start / Pause / Cancel Key
Function Selection Keys
F1
F2 Express Function
F3 High Gloss Function
F4 Sanitize Function
Half Load Function
8. Programme Selection Keys
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10 11
19 18
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10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
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13 14
16 15
Auto Door Open Indicator (depends on the model)
Filter Cleaning Function Indicator (depends on the model)
Function Indicator (depends on the model)
Delay Time / Program Time Indicator
Delayed Start Indicator
End of Program Indicator
Rinse Aid Indicator
Salt Indicator
Water Cut-off Indicator
Liquid Detergent Dosing Indicator (depends on the model)
Tablet Detergent Indicator (depends on the model)
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On/Off Key
When you press the On/Off key, the indicator lights illuminate on the display for ON position. The lights turn off in OFF
position.
PROGRAM SELECTION / PROGRAM CANCEL KEY
Select the desired program using the “program selection keys” and press the button.
To cancel the running program, open the door of the machine and press and hold the Start/Pause/Cancel key for 3
seconds.
After the 3 - 2 - 1 countdown, 0:01 is displayed, close the door of the product and wait for the draining process complete.
Draining is completed in 2 minutes and the machine gives an audible warning when it is completed.
FUNCTION KEYS
If you press any of the Function keys during program selection or time delay selection, an affirmative key signal will be
heard provided that the relevant function is supported by the selected program. Function will be deemed selected when
the indicator of the selected function is lit.
To cancel the selected function, keep the function key pressed until the function indicator disappears.
PREPARING THE MACHINE
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the door of the dishwasher.
Place the dishes in accordance with the instructions in the user manual.
Make sure that the upper and lower impellers rotate freely.
Put adequate amount of detergent into the detergent dispenser.
PROGRAM SELECTION
1. Press the On/Off button to turn on your machine.
2. Check the Salt and Rinse Aid indicators and add salt and/or rinse aid if needed.
3. Refer to the table of "Program data and average consumption values" to determine a washing program suitable for
your dishes.
4. Press flashing Start/Pause/Cancel key. Close the door
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40
8
-
25-40
5-8
ml
tsp
+ 5 ml
8
25-40
5-8
+
+
+
182
192
52
3-8
15-40
3-8
+
+
+
+
100-152
90-21
28-555
tsp
ml
tsp
Wash
Main wash
Dry
Sanitize
Duration (minutes)
Water (liters)
Water (gallons)
534
20
122
+
+
+
+
5-8
25-40
8
40
8
40
+
+
-
High
167
75
158
70
Pots & Pans+
3
291-607
114-236
100-152
+
+
+
+
3-5
15-25
5
25
5-8
25-40
+
+
-
Medium
142-157
61-67
122-131
50-55
Regular Wash *
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PROGRAM TABLE
340
136
101
-
+
+
+
3
15
3-5
15-25
5
25
-
+
-
/LJKW
149
65
113
45
GlassCare
5
270
104
58
-
+
+
-
3-5
15-25
5
25
5-8
25-40
+
+
310
116
35
-
-
+
-
3
15
3
15
3-5
15-25
-
-
+
/LJKW
/LJKW - Medium
-
131
55
113
45
Quick Wash
7
160
71
120
49
Hour Wash
6
110
42
15
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-
-
+
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
0
0
0
Rinse & Hold
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The consumption values shown in the table were determined under standard conditions. For this reason, deviations are possible under practical conditions. * The
energy-usage label is based on this program.
Soft
water
40
15-40
Medium
water
Hard
water
+
Medium
Medium - High
(°F)
-
66
151
61-67
122-131
(°C)
+
131
142-157
(°F)
15 ml
55
50-55
(°C)
15-25 ml
Combi Clean
2
Auto
1
ml
Recommended
detergent
amount
Detergent in
dispenser
section
Degree of dirtiness
Rinse Temperatures
Wash Temperatures
Program name
Program number
VDWU524WSSS / FDWU524WS
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182
192
52
+
+
100-152
90-21
28-555
Dry
Sanitize
Duration (minutes)
Water (liters)
Water (gallons)
534
20
122
+
+
+
+
5-8
25-40
8
40
8
40
+
+
-
High
167
75
158
70
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3
291-607
90-212
100-152
+
+
+
+
3-5
15-25
5
25
5-8
25-40
+
+
-
Medium
142-157
61-67
122-131
50-55
Regular Wash *
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PROGRAM TABLE
340
136
101
-
+
+
+
3
15
3-5
15-25
5
25
-
+
-
/LJKW
149
65
113
45
GlassCare
5
270
104
58
-
+
+
-
3-5
15-25
5
25
5-8
25-40
+
+
310
116
35
-
-
+
-
3
15
3
15
3-5
15-25
-
-
+
/LJKW
/LJKW - Medium
-
131
55
113
45
Quick Wash
7
160
71
120
49
Hour Wash
6
110
42
15
-
-
-
+
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
0
0
0
Rinse & Hold
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The consumption values shown in the table were determined under standard conditions. For this reason, deviations are possible under practical conditions. * The
energy-usage label is based on this program.
+
+
Main wash
tsp
+
25-40
15-40
ml
5-8
8
3-8
+
40
15-40
ml
tsp
8
3-8
Soft
water
Medium
water
tsp
5-8
+
40
25-40
+ 5 ml
Hard
water
+
+
15-25 ml
ml
-
151
122-131
(°F)
Medium
66
61-67
(°C)
-
131
142-157
(°F)
Medium - High
55
50-55
(°C)
15 ml
Combi Clean
2
Auto
1
Wash
Recommended
detergent
amount
Detergent in
dispenser
section
Degree of dirtiness
Rinse Temperatures
Wash Temperatures
Program name
Program number
FDWU524 / VDWU524SS
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+
+
+
100-135
88-212
232-560
+
+
+
122
20
534
Main wash
Dry
Sanitize
Duration (minutes)
Water (liters)
Water (gallons)
317
12
65
-
+
+
+
3
15
3-5
15-25
5
25
-
+
-
/LJKW
149
65
118
48
&KLQD&U\VWDO
3
270
104
58
-
+
+
-
3-5
15-25
5
25
5-8
25-40
+
+
-
/LJKW - Medium
160
71
116,6
47
Hour Wash
4
310
116
35
-
-
+
-
3
15
3
15
3-5
15-25
-
-
+
/LJKW
131
55
113
45
Quick Wash
5
10
42
15
0
-
-
+
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
0
0
0
Rinse & Hold
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The consumption values shown in the table were determined under standard conditions. For this reason, deviations are possible under practical conditions. *
The energy-usage label is based on this program.
3-5
+
15-25
5-8
Soft
water
Medium
water
25-40
5-8
8
tsp
ml
25-40
40
ml
tsp
+
+
5
+
+
+ 5 ml
8
-
-
15 ml
15-25 ml
tsp
Medium
High
(°F)
25
61-67
142-157
72
158
(°C)
40
122-131
162
(°F)
ml
50-55
70
(°C)
Hard
water
Regular Wash *
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PROGRAM TABLE
Wash
Recommended
detergent
amount
Detergent in
dispenser
section
Degree of dirtiness
Rinse Temperatures
Wash Temperatures
Program name
Program number
VDWU324SS / FDWU324
6.4 AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
IntenseWash Function
IntenseWash impeller located under the
lower impeller helps washing your
heavily soiled dishes places in the right
side of the lower basket. It will give
better results to place the most soiled
dish to the right front side.
Washing programs of your dishwasher are designed to
obtain the best cleaning effect, considering the type of the
soiling, soiling degree and properties of the dishes to be
washed.
Auxiliary functions allow you to save time, water and
power.
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Auxiliary functions may cause changes in
the program duration.
Auxiliary functions are not suitable for all
washing programs. Indicator of the auxiliary
function that is not compatible with the
program will not be active.
Floor illumination
Illuminates to show program is still running.
(Select Models)
Your machine reflects a light to the floor during the washing
process. This light turns off after the washing process is
complete.
Half Load function
It is used to operate the machine without loading it
completely.
1. Load your dishes in the machine as you like. You can
use both upper and lower racks.
2. Turn the machine on with On/Off key.
3. Select the desired program and press the Half Load
key. The Half Load indicator will light on the display in
the Function Selected indicator.
4. Start the program by pressing Start / Pause / Cancel
key.
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Floor illumination cannot be cancelled by the
user.
Interior Lighting
(Select Models)
Some models have interior lighting to illuminate the interior
when the door is opened.
Changing the interior lighting setting
1. After switching on your machine, press the Menu key
for 1 second.
2. Press <- and +> to proceed to “L:” on the display.
Select the position you want with the Selection key.
Interior lighting is off in “L:0” position and on in “L:1”
position.
3. Press the Menu key to exit the settings menu. Your
setting will be saved automatically.
Express Function
It shortens the time of the washing cycle selected and
decreases water consumption by enabling washing under
higher pressure.
High Gloss Function
It provides superior drying performance.
Changing Warning Sound Volume
Sanitize Function
Sanitize function raises the water temperature in the
final rinse to meet the requirements of NSF/ANSI
STANDARD 184 for Residential Dishwashers. Certified
residential dishwashers are not intended for licensed food
establishments.
At the end of a succesfull
sanitization “SAN“ is
displayed on the display.
“SAN” is not displayed on
the display if the cycle is
interrupted or the water
could not be heated to the
required temperature.
1. After switching on your machine, press the Menu key
for 1 second.
2. Press <- and +> to proceed to “S:” on the display.
3. Each pressing on the Selection key will change the
warning sound volume as “S:0” off, “S:1” medium and
“S:2” high.
4. Press the Menu key to exit the settings menu. Your
setting will be saved automatically.
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Do not try to remove the IntenseWash
impeller!
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Available programs are
indicated on Program Table
chart.
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Factory setting of your machine is "S:2".
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Functions Under the Settings Menu
(depends on the model)
Under the settings menu of your product, there are some
additional functions that depend on the model.
To access these functions, press and hold the Menu key
for 3 seconds. Use <- and +> to proceed to the desired
function or setting.
Program and auxiliary functions cannot be set/
changed after the program has started.
To cancel the Time Delay function
Open the door of the product Press and hold the Program
Selection / Program Cancel keys for 3 seconds. After the
3 - 2 - 1 countdown, 0:01 is displayed, close the door of
the product and wait for the draining process complete.
Draining is completed in 2 minutes and the machine gives
an audible warning when it is completed.
You can select and start a new program
following the cancellation of Time Delay
function.
Use the selection key to change the desired function or
setting and press the Menu key to exit the Settings menu.
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Detergent Tablet Function Off/On
Time Delay function cannot be set after the
program starts.
6.6 STARTING THE PROGRAM
Tablet detergent function
Allows to obtain a better drying performance from the multipurpose detergents called as all in one detergents such as
2in1, 3in1, 4in1, 5in1 and etc., depending on the hardness
level of the tap water.
If you have used the Tablet features during
the last washing programme you used, Tablet
function will remain active in the next washing
programme you will select. If you do not want
to use these functions in the new program you
have selected, press the Tablet Detergent key
until the indicator of the relevant function turns
off.
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Tablet Detergent function may cause change
in the programme duration.
6.5 SCHEDULING THE WASHING TIME
Time Delay
If an economical electricity tariff is applied in your region,
you can use the Time Delay function to wash your dishes
during appropriate hours.
You can delay the start of the selected program until 24
hours.
1. Press the Time Delay function key after selecting the
washing program and other auxiliary functions.
2. Once you press the Time Delay key, Display
Information Line will show "0:30" and Time Delay
indicator will start flashing.
3. Set the desired time by pressing the Time Delay key.
Time will increase with increments of 30 minutes up
to 6 hours and after that in 1 hour increments up to 24
hours every time you press the key.
4. Close the door of your machine after setting the
Delayed Start. Once the delay time is over, the
selected program will start automatically.
Changing the settings while Time Delay function is
active
While the Time Delay function is activated, you cannot
make changes in the washing program, auxiliary functions
or the duration of delay time.
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Press flashing Start/Pause/Cancel key. Close the door.
Select Models:
Your machine performs water softening
depending on the hardness level of the supply
water. Washing time can change while the
program is running depending on the ambient
temperature where your machine is installed,
temperature of the supply water and amount
of the dishes.
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Pay attention not to open the door of the
machine when it is running. There may be
a rush of steam when you open the door of
your machine; be careful.
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The machine will remain silent in pause
mode for some time in order to remove the
water from the machine and on the dishes
completely and to have the water softener
cleaned, and then it will resume running in
drying mode.
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The machine will be switched off if no button
is pressed within 5 seconds after opening the
door while the machine is running.
After the door has been opened, if any button
is pressed within 5 seconds and the door
is closed, the selected program resumes;
otherwise, the machine will be switched off.
Open the door after the machine has been
switched off, press On/Off button and close
the door within 5 seconds. The program will
resume washing.
6.7 CANCELLING THE PROGRAM
Open the door of the product press and hold the Start/
Pause/ Cancel key for 3 seconds. After the 3 - 2 - 1
countdown, 0:01 is displayed, close the door of the product
and wait for the draining process complete. Draining is
completed in 2 minutes and the machine gives an audible
warning when it is completed.
There might be residues of detergent or rinse
aid in the machine and/or on the pieces being
washed depending on the step the program
you have cancelled was in.
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(SELECT MODELS)
Please check the salt indicator on the display to see
whether there is adequate amount of softening salt in the
dishwasher or not. You need to refill the salt reservoir with
salt whenever salt indicator appears on the display of your
machine.
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If main water supply is cut or water inlet valve is turned
off the machine cannot take water in and E:02 icon will
flash on the program indicator. As long as the problem
continues, washing program is paused and the water inlet
is checked regularly by the machine; when the water is
restored E:02 icon will disappear after a while and the
washing program resumes.
If the machine intakes too much water or there is leakage
at any of the components then the machine will detect this
and E:01 icon will flash on the Program indicator. As long
as the overflowing continues safety measures will become
active and try to discharge the water. If overflowing stops
and safety is assured, E:01 icon will disappear. If E:01
does not disappear, there is a permanent fault. In this case
the authorized service should be contacted.
Adjusting the water hardness level is explained
in Water Softening System section.
Please check the rinse aid indicator on the display to
see whether there is adequate amount of rinse aid in the
dishwasher or not. You need to refill the rinse aid reservoir
with rinse aid whenever rinse aid indicator appears on the
display of your machine.
7. DETERGENT
You can use powder, liquid/gel or tablet detergents in the
machine.
Only use in the machine the detergents
produced particularly for use with
dishwashers. We recommend you not to
use detergents that contain chlorine and
phosphate as they are harmful for the
environment.
Adjusting the amount of rinse aid
1. After switching on your machine, press the Menu key
for 1 second.
2. Using <- and +> keys, proceed to “P:” on the display.
3. Set to the appropriate level with the Selection key.
4. Press the Menu key to exit the settings menu. Your
setting will be saved automatically.
No rinse aid dispensed in P:0 wash position.
1 dose of rinse aid is dispensed in P:1 position.
2 doses of rinse aid are dispensed in P:2 position.
3 doses of rinse aid are dispensed in P:3 position.
4 doses of rinse aid are dispensed in P:4 position.
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7.1 ADDING DETERGENT
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6.10 END OF PROGRAM
When the program you have selected
comes to an end, an audible warning signal
will warn you to turn off your machine. This
audible signal will warn you with certain
intervals before it turns off.
Pay attention to the warnings on the
detergent packaging to get better washing
and drying results. Contact the manufacturer
of the detergent for further questions.
Do not put solvents into the detergent
dispenser. There is the risk of explosion!
Put the detergent into the detergent dispenser just before
operating the machine as illustrated below.
1. Push the latch to right to open the detergent dispenser
lid (A).
End of Program indicator will light up when the washing
program is over.
1. Open the door of the machine.
2. Press On/Off key to turn off your machine.
3. Close the door.
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6.11 WATER CUT-OFF WARNING
6.12 OVERFLOWING WARNING
6.9 RINSE AID INDICATOR ( )
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Leave your dishes in the machine for about
15 minutes to allow them cool down after
they are washed. Your dishes will dry in a
shorter time if you leave the door of your
machine ajar during this period. This process
will increase the drying effectiveness of your
machine.
For energy saving, the machine is
automatically turned off following the
completion of the program or if the program
is not started.
2. Put suggested amount of powder, liquid/gel or tablet
detergent in the reservoir.
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Inside the detergent dispenser there are
level markings that help you use appropriate
amount of powder detergent. When full, the
detergent dispenser will contain 1.5 Ounces
(42.5g) of detergent. Fill detergent up to .5
Ounces (14.2g) or .85 ounces (24.1g) level
marks in the detergent dispenser according
to fullness of the machine and/or soiling
degree of the dishes. One tablet is enough if
you are using detergent tablets.
Observe the instructions of the detergent
manufacturer on the package when using
tablet detergents.
Contact the detergent manufacturer if your
dishes are wet and/or if you notice limescale
spots particularly on your glasses after the
washing program is over when using a tablet
detergent.
When you switch to powder detergent from tablet
detergent:
1. Make sure that salt (Select Models) and rinse aid
reservoirs are full.
2. Set the water hardness to the highest level and perform
an empty run.
3. After the empty washing cycle, review the user manual
and readjust the water hardness level so as to suit the
water supply.
4. Make the appropriate rinse aid settings.
24.1g
14.2g
3. Push the lid of the detergent dispenser to close it. A "click"
will be heard when the lid is closed.
7.3 RINSE AID
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1. Open the lid of the rinse aid reservoir with the help of the
latch.
Use powder or liquid/gel detergent in short
programs without prewash since the solubility
of the tablet detergent changes depending on
the temperature and time.
2. Fill the reservoir until “MAX” level.
7.2 TABLET DETERGENTS
In addition to the conventional tablet detergents, there are
also commercially available detergent tablets that show
water softening salt and/or rinse aid effect. Some types of
these detergents contain special-purpose components such
as glass and stainless steel protectors. These tablets show
their effects up to a certain water hardness level (59 gpg).
Water softening salt and rinse aid must also be used together
with the detergent if the water hardness level is above the
mentioned level.
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The rinse aid used in dishwashers is a special
combination that aims to increase drying
efficiency and prevent water or lime stains
on the washed items. For this reason, care
must be paid to have rinse aid in the rinse
aid reservoir and to use rinse aids produced
specially for dishwashers only.
3. Slightly press the point (B) of the reservoir lid to close it.
The best washing performance in
dishwashers is obtained by using detergent,
rinse aid and water softening salt individually.
4. If there are stains on dishware items after washing,
level must be increased and if there is a blue trace after
wiping them by hand, it must be decreased. This is set
to position 3 as factory default.
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The rinse aid adjustment is described under
"Adjusting the amount of rinse aid" in the
section for operating the machine.
Wipe clean any spilled rinse aid outside the
reservoir. Rinse aid that spilled accidentally
will cause foaming and it will eventually
decrease washing performance.
8. ADJUSTING THE WATER SOFTENING SYSTEM
(Select Models)
Cleaning, rinsing and drying performance of your dishwasher will increase when water softening system is adjusted
properly.
Adjust the new water hardness level according to the Water hardness level instruction in this booklet.
Use the test strip supplied with the product according to the steps given below to determine hardness level of your supply
water.
After determining hardness level of the supply water:
1. Switch on your machine, press adn hold the Menu key
2. Press the settings menu key for 3 seconds to enter the Settings Menu.
3. Using <- and +> keys, proceed until the water hardness setting indicator becomes on (“r” position will be displayed).
4. Using the Selection key, adjust water hardness level according to the hardness of the supply water. For correct setting
please see “Water hardness level setting table”.
5. Press the Menu key to exit the settings menu. Your setting will be saved automatically.
Water hardness level adjustment table
Hardness
Level
Grains Per
Gallon (gpg)
French Water Water Hardness Level Indicator
Hardness °dF
Level 0
0-14
0-8
Level 1
15-22
9-13
Level 2
23-37
14-22
Level 3
38-46
23-27
47-58
28-34
59-154
35-90
Level 4
Level 5
Press the Selection key to switch the water
hardness level to position 1. (r1)
Press the Selection key to switch the water
hardness level to position 2. (r2)
Press the Selection key to switch the water
hardness level to position 3. (r3)
Press the Selection key to switch the water
hardness level to position 4. (r4)
Press the Selection key to switch the water
hardness level to position 5. (r5)
If the hardness level of the supply water is above 154 gpg (grains per gallon) or if you are using well water, then it is
recommended to use water purification devices and special filters.
If the hardness level of the supply water is below 22 gpg, there is no need to use salt in your dishwasher. If this is the
case, “No Salt Warning Indicator” (if any) illuminates continuously on the panel of your machine.
If the water hardness level adjustment is set to level 1, the “No salt warning indicator” will illuminate continuously although
it is not necessary to use salt. If you use salt under this condition, salt will not be consumed and the Salt indicator will not
illuminate.
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4. Fill the salt reservoir with salt by using the salt funnel
(D). To speed up dissolution rate of salt in water, stir it
with a spoon.
If you move your dishwasher to another house,
it is necessary to readjust water hardness level
of your machine by considering the information
given above according to the hardness level
of the supply water in your new location. Your
machine will display the most recently adjusted
water hardness level.
9. FILLING THE DISHWASHER SALT
DISPENSER (Select Models)
Water softening system needs to be regenerated in
order for the unit to operate with the same performance
continuously. Dishwasher salt is used for this purpose.
Use only special softening salts produced
particularly for the dishwashers in your
machine.
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You can put about 4.4 Pounds of softening
salt into the salt reservoir.
5. Replace the lid and tighten it when the reservoir is full.
It is recommended to use granule or powder
softening salts in the water softening system.
Do not use salts that do not completely
dissolve in water such as table salt or rock
salt. Otherwise the performance of the
system may deteriorate in time.
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You need to add salt right before starting the
machine. Thus, the overflowing salty water
will be flushed immediately, preventing the
risk of corrosion in machine. In cases where
you would not start washing immediately, run
your machine empty in the shortest program.
Salt reservoir will be filled with water when
you start the product. For this reason, add
salt before operating the machine.
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Since different salt brands in the market have
different particle sizes and since the water
hardness may vary, dissolution of the salt in
water may take a couple of hours. Therefore,
Salt Indicator remains on for a while after
adding salt into the machine.
1. Take the lower basket out to add softening salt.
2. Turn the salt reservoir lid counter-clockwise to open it
(A, B).
10. CARE AND MAINTENANCE
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3. Add 4 cups of water to salt reservoir of your machine
only in initial use (C).
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WARNING:Before cleaning or carrying
out maintenance, switch off the appliance,
disconnect the power supply and turn off the
water tap.
WARNING:Do not repair or replace any part
of the dishwasher or attempt any servicing
unless specifically recommended by this
manual. We recommend that the dishwasher
only be repaired by an authorized service
agent.
CAUTION :To avoid the possibility of slipping,
keep the floor around the dishwasher clean
and dry.
Keep your appliance free from the
accumulation of combustible materials, such
as lint, rags, and chemicals.
If the dishwasher is not in use for an extended
period of time, we recommend you check that
the baskets are empty, leave the inside of the
dishwasher clean, the door cracked open to
allow air to circulate, turn off both the power
and water supply to the dishwasher.
10.1 CARING FOR YOUR DISHWASHER
EXTERIOR
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10.3 CLEANING THE FILTERS
Clean the filters at least once a week in order for the
machine operate efficiently. Check if food residues are left
on the filters. If there are food residues on filters, take them
out and clean well under running water.
1. Turn the micro filter (1) and coarse filter (2) assembly
counterclockwise and pull upwards.
CAUTION :Possible dishwasher damage:
Abrasive cleaners, scouring pads, abrasive
cloths (paper towels) can damage the
dishwasher decorative door.
Cleaning the control panel: Use only soft cloth that is
lightly dampened with mild detergent. Clean the control
panel only with a moist cloth and clear water.
Cleaning the colored doors: Use only soft cloth that is
lightly dampened with mild detergent.
Cleaning the stainless steel doors: Use a soft cloth with
a cleaner made for cleaning stainless steel. For the best
results, apply the stainless steel cleaner to a soft cloth and
wipe the surface in the direction of the grain.
2. Pull out the metal / plastic filter (3).
Cleaning the door gasket: Regularly clean the door
gasket with a damp cloth to remove food particles and
other debris. Use a gentle household cleaner for the
outside and the door seals, and rinse thoroughly.
10.2 CARING FOR YOUR DISHWASHER
INTERIOR
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NOTICE: Cleaning your dishwasher at
regular intervals ensures longer product life
and reduces the risk of recurring problems.
Always disconnect the power to machine
before cleaning.
3. Press the two tabs on the coarse filter inwards and
separate the coarse filter from the assembly.
CAUTION :When cleaning the underside
of the main filter, care must be taken on the
sharp outer edge to avoid the risk of cut type
injuries.
4. Clean all three filters under tap water by means of a
brush.
5. Replace the metal/plastic filter.
6. Place the coarse filter into the microfilter. Make
sure that it is properly seated. Turn the coarse filter
clockwise until a “click” sound is heard.
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Do not use the dishwasher
without filter.
Incorrect placement of the
filters will reduce washing
efficiency.
10.4 CLEANING THE HOSE FILTER
10.5 CLEANING THE WASH ARMS
Damages on the machine that may be caused by
impurities coming from the water supply or your own water
installation (such as sand, dirt, rust, etc.) can be prevented
by means of the filter attached to the water inlet hose.
Check the filter and the hose regularly and clean them if
necessary.
1. Turn off the tap and remove the hose.
2. Remove the filter and clean under running tap water.
3. Place the cleaned filter back into its seat in the hose.
4. Install the hose to tap.
Clean the wash arms at least once a week in order for the
machine operates efficiently.
LOWER WASH ARMS
Check if the holes on the lower wash arms (1) are clogged.
If they are clogged, remove and clean the impeller. Pull the
lower wash arms up to remove it.
UPPER WASH ARMS
Check if the holes on the upper impeller (1) are clogged. If
they are clogged, remove and clean the wash arms. Turn
nut left to remove the upper wash arms. Make sure that
the nut is tightened well when installing the upper wash
arms.
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1. TROUBLESHOOTING
Machine does not start.
• Power supply not connected. >>> Check the main power supply.
• Circuit Breaker is blown. >>> Check the Circuit Breaker in your house.
• Water is not entering machine. >>> Make sure that the water inlet tap is open.
• Door of the machine is open. >>> Make sure that you have closed the door of the machine.
• On / Off button is not pressed. >>> Make sure that you have turned on the machine by pressing the On / Off button.
• Start/Pause/Cancel key is flasing >>> Press before closing door.
Dishes are not washed clean
• Dishes are not placed orderly in the machine. >>> Load the dishes as described in the user manual.
• Selected program is unsuitable. >>> Select a program with a higher temperature and cycle time.
• Wash arms are stuck. >>> Prior to starting the program, turn the lower and upper Wash arms by hand to make sure
that they rotate freely.
• Wash arms holes are clogged. >>> Lower and upper Wash arms holes might be clogged with small food particles
and debris. Clean the Wash arms regularly as illustrated in section “Cleaning and Care”.
• Filters are clogged. >>> Check if the filter system is clean. Clean the filter system regularly as illustrated in section
“Cleaning and Care”.
• Filters are installed incorrectly. >>> Check the filter system and make sure that it is installed correctly.
• Baskets are overloaded. >>> Do not overload the baskets in excess of their capacity.
• Detergent is stored under unsuitable conditions. >>> If you are using powder detergent, do not store the detergent
package in humid places. Keep it in a closed container if possible. For ease of storing, we recommend tablet
detergents.
• Detergent is not sufficient. >>> If you are using powder detergent, adjust the amount of detergent according to the
soiling degree of your dishes and/or program definitions. We recommend tablet detergents for optimum results.
• Rinse aid is not sufficient. >>> Check the rinse aid indicator and add rinse aid if necessary. Increase the rinse aid
setting if there is enough amount of rinse aid in the machine.
• Detergent dispenser lid is left open. >>> Make sure that the detergent dispenser lid is closed tightly after adding
detergent.
Dishes are not dry at the end of cycle
• Dishes are not placed orderly in the machine. >>> Place your dishes in a way that no water will accumulate in them.
• Rinse aid is not sufficient. >>> Check the rinse aid indicator and add rinse aid if necessary. Increase the rinse aid
setting if there is enough amount of rinse aid in the machine.
• Machine is unloaded right after the program is over. >>> Do not unload your machine right after washing process is
completed. Slightly open the door and wait for steam to escape inside of unit. Unload the dishes after the pieces cool
down to a touchable level. Start unloading process from the lower basket to prevent dropping of water from items in
upper basket onto the items in lower basket.
• Selected program is unsuitable. >>> Since rinsing temperature is low at program with short duration, drying
performance will also be low. Select program with longer duration for a better drying performance.
• Surface quality of the kitchen utensils is deteriorated. >>> Desired washing performance can not be obtained for
kitchen utensils with deteriorated surfaces and it is not suitable to use such utensils in terms of hygiene as well.
Also, water can not flow easily on deteriorated surfaces. It is not recommended to wash such kitchen utensils in
dishwasher.
It is normal that drying complaints can be experienced with non-stick kitchen utensils. It is associated with
the structure of non-stick. Since the surface tensions of non-stick and water are different, water droplets
will remain as beads on the non-stick surface.
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Stains remaining on dishes when cycle has completed.
• Selected program is unsuitable. >>> Select a program with a higher temperature and cycle time.
• Surface quality of the kitchen utensils is deteriorated. >>> Tea and coffee stains or other dye spots may not be
cleaned in dishwasher when they have penetrated in deteriorated surfaces. Desired washing performance can not be
obtained for kitchen utensils with deteriorated surfaces and it is not suitable to use such utensils in terms of hygiene
as well. It is not recommended to wash such kitchen utensils in dishwasher.
• Detergent is stored under unsuitable conditions. >>> If you are using powder detergent, do not store the detergent
package in humid places. Keep it in a closed container if possible. For ease of storing, we recommend tablet
detergents.
Lime traces remain on dishes and glassware gains a misty appearance
• Rinse aid is not sufficient. >>> Check the rinse aid indicator and add rinse aid if necessary. Increase the rinse aid
setting if there is enough amount of rinse aid in the machine.
• Water hardness setting is low or salt level is insufficient >>> Measure the hardness of the supply water appropriately
and check the water hardness setting.
• Salt leakage exists. >>> Pay attention not to spill salt around the salt filling hole while adding salt. Make sure that the
salt reservoir lid is tightly closed after finishing the filling process. Run the Rinse & Hold program to remove the salt
that spilled inside the machine. Since the salt granules that will remain under the lid will dissolve during Rinse & Hold,
causing the lid to loosen, check the lid once again at the end of the program.
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There is a different odor in the machine
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A new machine has a peculiar odor. It will fade out after a couple of
washing.
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Decorated glasses and decorated luster porcelains are not suitable for washing in the dishwasher.
Manufacturers of glassware and porcelain tableware items do not recommend washing such kitchen
utensils in the dishwashers either.
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Kitchen utensils that contains or are made of aluminum should not be washed in dishwasher.
Filters are clogged. >>> Check if the filter system is clean. Clean the filter system regularly as illustrated in section
“Cleaning and Care”.
• Dirty dishes are kept in dishwasher for 2-3 days. >>> If you are not going to start the machine right after you have put
the dishes into it, remove the remnants on the dishes and run the Rinse & Hold program without detergent every 2
days. In such cases, do not close the door of the machine completely in order to avoid odor build up in machine. You
can also use commercially available odor removers or machine cleaners.
Rust, discoloration or surface deterioration occurs on dishes
• Salt leakage exists. >>> Salt may cause deterioration and oxidation on metal surfaces. Pay attention not to spill
salt around the salt filling hole while adding salt. Make sure that the salt reservoir lid is tightly closed after finishing
the filling process. Run the Rinse & Hold program to remove the salt that spilled inside the machine. Since the salt
granules that will remain under the lid will dissolve during Rinse & Hold, causing the lid loosen, check the lid once
again at the end of the program.
• Salty food remnants have remained on dishes for a long time. >>> If silverware soiled with such foods will be kept
waiting in machine, food particles must be removed by prewash or dishes must be washed without being kept
waiting.
• Electric installation is not grounded. >>>Check if your machine is connected to the actual grounding line. Otherwise,
the static electric created in the product causes arcs on the surfaces of metal items creating pores, removing the
protective cover on the surface and causing discoloration.
• Intensive cleansers such as bleaches are used. >>> Protective cover on metal surfaces gets damaged and loses its
efficiency in time when it comes in contact with cleansers such as bleach. Do not wash your dishes with bleach.
• Metal items particularly such as knives are used for purposes other then their intended uses. >>> Protective cover
on the edges of knives may get damaged when they are used for purposes such as opening cans. Do not use metal
kitchen utensils out of their intended uses.
• Silverware are made of low quality stainless steel. >>> Corrosion on such items is inevitable; they should not be
washed in dishwashers.
• Kitchen utensils that are already corroded are washed in dishwasher. >>> Rust on a corroded item can migrate to
other stainless steel surfaces and cause corrosion on those surfaces as well. Such items should not be washed in
dishwashers.
Detergent remains in detergent dispenser.
• Detergent dispenser was damp when adding detergent. >>> Make sure that the detergent dispenser is dried well
prior to filling it with detergent.
• Detergent is added long before the washing process. >>> Pay attention to add detergent shortly before start-up of
the washing.
• Opening of the detergent dispenser lid is prevented during washing. >>> Place the dishes in a way that will not
prevent the detergent dispenser lid from opening and the water going into the machine from impellers.
• Detergent is stored under unsuitable conditions. >>> If you are using powder detergent, do not store the detergent
package in humid places. Keep it in a closed container if possible. For ease of storing, we recommend you to use
tablet detergents.
• Wash Arm holes are clogged. >>> Lower and upper Wash Arm holes might be clogged with food remnants. Clean the
Wash Arm regularly as illustrated in section “Cleaning and Care”.
Decorations and ornaments on kitchen utensils are being erased.
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Dishes are scratched.
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Salt leakage exists. >>> Pay attention not to spill salt around the salt filling hole while adding salt. Spilled salt can
cause scratches. Make sure that the salt reservoir lid is tightly closed after finishing the filling process. Run the Rinse
& Hold program to remove the salt that spilled inside the machine. Since the salt granules that will remain under the
lid will dissolve during Rinse & Hold, causing the lid to loosen, check the lid once again at the end of the program.
Water hardness setting is low or salt level is insufficient >>> Measure the hardness of the supply water appropriately
and check the water hardness setting.
Dishes are not placed orderly in the machine. >>> When placing the glasses and other glassware into the basket
lean them not against other dishes but the edges or racks of the basket or the glass support wire. Striking of the
glasses to each other or to other dishes due to the impact of water during washing can cause breaks, or scratches on
their surfaces.
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A smear remains on glasses that resembles milk stain which can not be removed when wiped by hand. A bluish
/ rainbow appearance occurs when the glass is pointed to light.
• Excessive rinse aid is used. >>>Lower rinse aid setting. Clean the spilled rinse aid when adding rinse aid.
• Corrosion has occurred on glass due to soft water. >>> Measure the hardness of the supply water appropriately
and check the water hardness setting. If your supply water is soft (<15 gpg), do not use salt. Choose programs that
wash in higher temperatures (140-149 degress Fahrenheit). You can also use glass protective detergents that are
commercially available.
Foam forms in the machine.
• Dishes are washed with hand-wash detergent by hand but not rinsed before placing them into the machine. >>>
Hand-wash detergents do not contain antifoam. There is no need to hand-wash the dishes before placing them into
the machine. Remove heavy soil on the dishes under tap water, with a sponge or towel.
• Rinse aid has spilled into the machine when adding rinse aid. >>> Take care that rinse aid is not spilled in the
machine when you are filling it. Clean any spilled rinse ait with the help of a tissue paper/towel.
• Lid of the rinse aid reservoir is left open. >>> Make sure that the lid of the rinse aid reservoir is closed after adding
rinse aid.
Kitchen utensils are broken.
• Dishes are not placed orderly in the machine. >>> Load the dishes as described in the user manual.
• Baskets are overloaded. >>> Do not overload the baskets in excess of their capacity.
Water remains in the dishwasher at the end of the program.
• Filters are clogged. >>> Check if the filter system is clean. Clean the filter system regularly as illustrated in section
“Cleaning and Care”.
• Discharge hose is clogged/blocked. >>> Check the discharge hose. If necessary, remove the discharge hose, clear
the blockage and insert is as illustrated in the user manual.
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If you cannot eliminate the problem although you follow the instructions in this section, consult your dealer or
the Authorized Service Agent. Never try to repair a nonfunctional product yourself.
12. TECHNICAL FEATURES
Load capacity
Permissible water
pressure
Electrical connection
Total power
Heater power
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4.35 - 145 psi (0.3 - 10 bars)
120 V (volts), 12 A (amps), 60Hz (hertz)
1400 W (watts)
1100 W (watts)
NOTICE: Because we continually strive to improve our products, we may change our specifications and
design without prior notice.
This device corresponds to the following directives:
UL 749 Household Dishwasher directive.
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SERVICE INFORMATION
If service is required, call your authorized service agency.
Have the following information readily available.
• Model number
• Serial number
• Date purchased
• Name of dealer from whom purchased
Clearly describe the problem that you are having. If you are unable to obtain the name of an authorized service agency, or
if you continue to have service problems, contact Viking Range, LLC at 1-888-845-4641, or write to:
VIKING RANGE, LLC
PREFERRED SERVICE
111 Front Street
Greenwood, Mississippi 38930 USA
Record the information indicated below. You will need it if service is ever required. The model and serial numbers are
located on an identification label attached to the left side of the tank. For access, simply open the door of the dishwasher.
Model no. _____________________________________________Serial no. _____________________________
Date of purchase ___________________________________ Date installed _____________________________
Dealer’s name ______________________________________________________________________________
Address ___________________________________________________________________________________
If service requires installation of parts, use only authorized parts to insure protection under the warranty.
Keep this manual for future reference.
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BUILT-IN DISHWASHERS WARRANTY
TWO YEAR FULL WARRANTY
Built-in dishwashers and all of their component parts, except as detailed below*†, are warranted to be free from defective materials or
workmanship in normal residential use for a period of two (2) years from the date of original retail purchase. Viking Range, LLC, warrantor, agrees
to repair or replace, at its option, any part which fails or is found to be defective during the warranty period.
*90 DAY COSMETIC WARRANTY: Product is warranted to be free from cosmetic defects in materials or workmanship (such as scratches
on stainless steel, paint/porcelain blemishes, etc.) for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of original retail purchase or closing
date for new construction, whichever period is longer. Any defects must be reported to the selling dealer within ninety (90) days
from date of original retail purchase. Viking Range, LLC uses high quality processes and materials available to produce all color
finishes. However, slight color variation may be noticed because of the inherent differences in painted parts and porcelain parts as
well as differences in kitchen lighting, product locations, and other factors. Therefore, this warranty does not apply to color variation
attributable to such factors.
*90 Day Residential Plus: Viking products are designed and certified for residential use only. They are not intended for use in
commercial applications. Viking products should only be used in accordance to national and local codes. Viking is not responsible
for property damage or injury resulting from use in a commercial application. To support the manufacturing quality of its appliance’s
Viking will provide a full 90 day warranty for products used in “Residential Plus “applications. This “Residential Plus” warranty applies
to applications where use of the product extends beyond residential use but is in compliance with national and local code. In some
jurisdictions these applications are zoned as residential. Examples of, but not limited to, such applications covered by this warranty
are bed and breakfasts, fire stations, private clubs, churches, condominium/apartment common areas etc. Under this “Residential Plus”
warranty, the product, its components and accessories are warranted to be free from defective material or workmanship for a period
of ninety (90) days from the date of original retail purchase. Viking Range, LLC, warrantor, agrees to repair or replace, at its option, any
part which fails or is found to be defective during the warranty period. This warranty covers parts and labor. This warranty excludes
use of the product in all commercial locations such as restaurants, food service locations and institutional food service locations.
FIVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON NYLON RACKS, ELECTRONIC CONTROLS, MOTOR/PUMP ASSEMBLY, AND WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
COMPONENTS
Any upper and/or lower nylon rack which rusts through due to defective materials or workmanship and any electronic controls which fail due
to defective materials or workmanship in normal household use during the third through fifth year from the date of original retail purchase will
be repaired or replaced, free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor. Any motor/pump assembly or
water distribution system component as listed below which fails due to defective materials or workmanship in normal household use during the
fourth through fifth year from the date of original retail purchase will be repaired or replaced, free of charge for the part itself, with the owner
paying all other costs, including labor.
Motor/Pump and Water Distribution System Components:
Circulation motor/pump
Tube to upper wash arm
Lower wash arm
Fill valve
Drain motor/pump
Upper wash arm
Diverter
LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY ON STAINLESS STEEL TANK AND LINER
Any stainless steel tank or inner door liner which develops a water leak due to defective materials or workmanship in normal household use
during the lifetime of the product will be repaired or replaced, free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including
labor. This warranty excludes surface corrosion or rust, scratches, discoloration, water or atmospheric conditions, or cleaning practices which are
part of normal residential use.
WARRANTY TERMS
This warranty extends to the original retail purchaser of the product warranted hereunder and to each transferee owner of the product during
the term of the original purchaser’s warranty. The warranty is transferable by the original retail purchaser via home sale only. If a transferee
owner is unable to provide proof of purchase from the original purchaser and the product has not been previously registered, the production
date of the product, located in the serial number on the product, will serve as the effective warranty start date.
The activation date of the warranty begins from the date of original retail purchase. In the case of new product purchase via building
development sales, activation begins from the earlier date of either certificate of occupancy or 24 months from date of manufacture. Note date
of manufacture is identified by serial tag on product.
This warranty does not cover units purchased as b-stock, liquidation, salvage, seconds, refurbished, as-is, used products. This warranty shall
apply to products purchased in the United States and Canada. Products must be purchased in the country where service is requested. Warranty
service must be performed by a Viking Range LLC authorized service agency or representative. Warranty shall not apply to damage resulting
from abuse, accident, natural disaster, loss of electrical power to the product for any reason, alteration, improper installation, improper
operation, or repair service of the product by anyone other than a Viking Range LLC authorized service agency or representative. This warranty
does not apply to commercial usage. Warrantor is not responsible for consequential or incidental damage whether arising out of breach of
warranty, breach of contract or otherwise. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitations do not apply to you.
Owner shall be responsible for proper installation, providing normal care and maintenance, providing proof of purchase upon request, and
making the product reasonably accessible for service. If the product or one of its component parts contains a defect or malfunction during the
warranty period, after a reasonable number of attempts by the warrantor to remedy the defects or malfunctions, the owner is entitled to either a
refund or replacement, at the warrantor’s discretion of the product or its component part or parts. Warrantor’s liability on any claim of any kind,
with respect to the goods or services covered hereunder, shall in no case exceed the price of the goods or service or part thereof which gives rise
to the claim.
WARRANTY SERVICE
Under the terms of this warranty, service must be performed by a Viking Range LLC authorized service agent or representative. Service will be
provided during normal business hours Labor performed at overtime or premium rates shall not be covered by the warranty. To obtain warranty
service contact Viking Range LLC Customer Care at 1-888-845-4641. Please have model number, serial number, and date of original purchase
available when calling. IMPORTANT: retain proof of original purchase to establish warranty period. The return of the owner registration card is
not a condition of warranty coverage. You should, however, return the owner registration card so Viking Range LLC can contact you should any
question of safety arise which could affect you. Any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness applicable to the above described burner
assemblies, infrared rotisserie burners, grill grates, and stainless steel parts are limited in duration to the period of coverage of the applicable
express written limited warranties set forth above. Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the
above limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from
jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
Specifications subject to change without notic
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Viking Range, LLC
111Front Street
Greenwood, Mississippi 38930
(662)455-1200
For more product information call 1-888-845-4641
or visit our website at vikingrange.com
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