Bauknecht GSF 4872 TW-WS Dishwasher Program Chart

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GB GSF 4872

PROGRAMME CHART

Important:

If a fault occurs or you wish to change the current programme, press the

“START” button for about 5 seconds until the Start indicator lamp switches off ! Refer to the “Troubleshooting guide” in these user instructions to remedy any problems.

Sometimes even when the regeneration salt container is full, the corresponding indicator lamp may illuminate during the first wash cycle.

Switch off the dishwasher once the “Start” indicator lamp has switched off. If you switch off the dishwasher during a wash cycle, when switched on again the dishwasher resumes the cycle from where it was interrupted.

On/Off button

Start

Start button indicator lamp :

Switches “on” when the dishwasher is operating.

Flashes when a fault occurs.

Switches “off” at the end of the programme.

Programme progress indicator

Pre-rinse

Water tap indicator

Turn on the tap.

Spray Arm Block indicator

Release the lower spray arm

Water stop indicator

“Water stop” device not working. Switch off the dishwasher and shut off the water tap

Fault indicator

F1... F9 - Identification of faults for service technician.

Delayed start timer

Starts the dishwasher at the set time. The maximum delay that can be programmed is 15 hours.

Toward the end of the programme, the display will indicate the time remaining in minutes.

“Half load” function

Load the upper or lower rack only.

Eco-Dry

Dry cycle without using fans.

Washing

Rinse aid level indicator

Add rinse aid

Drying

Programme end

Salt level indicator

Add regeneration salt

Programme symbol

Load

Crockery and cutlery

Final rinse temperature:

Detergent dispenser:

+) with pre-rinse

-) without pre-rinse

** small compartment large compartment

Water

(Liter)

Normal load

Energy

(kWh)

Consumption ***

Time

(Min.)

Pre-rinse

Crockery to be washed later 5.0

0.02

9

Lightly soiled glasses and cups 55 °C + 12.0

0.82

60

Glasses 40 °C

Rapid 50 °C

Lightly soiled crockery with no dried-on food 55 °C + 12.0

0.90

65

Normally soiled crockery, with dried-on food 65 °C + 12.0

1.25

73

Bio-Eco 50 °C *

Biological 50 °C * 1)

Normally or heavily soiled crockery with dried-on food 65 °C + + 16.0

1.30

82

Normal 65 °C

Normally or heavily soiled crockery 65 °C + + 16.0

1.44

82

Intensive 70°C

Heavily soiled pans and saucepans 65 °C + + 21.0

1.68

93

*) Recommended programme for use with “new generation” enzyme-based detergents.

**) For pre-rinse.

***) Values for normal conditions. Values may vary in relation to usage, e.g.: different loads, water temperatures, water hardness and power supply voltage.

1) Check the programme on the energy data plate.

Water

(Liter)

4.2

10.0

10.0

10.0

13.5

13.4

18.0

Half load

Energy

(kWh)

0.02

0.78

0.85

1.19

1.20

1.37

1.57

Time

(Min.)

9

59

63

71

80

80

90

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Quick reference guide

Also refer to the “Dishwasher loading instructions” which contain detailed information and useful tips.

Upper rack

Crockery holder:

• Down: cups and long-stemmed glasses.

• Up: plates.

Daily check list:

1. Turn on the tap.

2. Arrange crockery so that items do not touch each other.

3. Make sure the water jet can reach all loaded items and that the spray arms turn freely.

4. Fill the detergent dispenser and check the salt and rinse aid levels.

5. Close the dishwasher door.

Tips:

Crockery:

• Load crockery upside down on the racks.

Cutlery:

• The cutlery basket can be removed to increase available space.

• Place the cutlery unsorted in the cutlery basket with the handles positioned downwards.

• To avoid the risk of injury on sharp knives and forks, cutlery can also be placed in the basket with the handles positioned upwards.

Cups:

• Load cups at an angle to facilitate water circulation.

Silver cutlery:

• Always hand wash silver cutlery immediately after use. Follow the detergent manufacturer’s directions on the detergent pack.

Important:

• Only load the appliance with dishwasher-proof crockery and cooking utensils.

• Certain wooden and aluminium articles may discolour.

• Glued, plastic utensils may be heat sensitive.

• Tin may become dull.

• Decorated crockery (unglazed) may fade.

• Glasses may become dull.

Cutlery holder for long utensils:

• Up: glass holder (gently lift up and release).

• Down: large cutlery (gently lift up)

• Place knives with blades facing downwards.

Half load:

Loading the upper rack only.

• Upper rack: the cutlery basketsmay be inserted or removed as required.

• Remove the cutlery baskets from the lower rack.

Plate holders:

• The plate holders may be removed to increase available space.

• To remove, pull the handle up.

• To reposition, simply insert in the required position (normal or crosswise).

Cutlery basket:

Upper rack half load.

Lower rack:

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Glass holder:

• The glass holder can be moved sideways.

• Down: short glasses.

• Up: long-stemmed glasses.

Height adjustment:

(The dishwasher is delivered with the upper rack in the top position).

The rack height can also be changed when loaded.

• To lower: pull out the two side handles and gently lower the rack.

• To raise: pull up the two side handles until the rack clicks into place.

• The rack must be level on both sides.

Half load:

Loading the lower rack only.

• Greater washing power for plates and saucepans.

• The cutlery baskets may be inserted or removed as required.

Cutlery basket: the cutlery basket may be removed to increase available space

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