contents
Introduction
Welcome
Know your dishwasher / specification
Standards and testing information /
EC declaration of conformity
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Warning and safety information
Electrical Safety
Children’s safety
General
Recycling
Energy and water saving
What should not be washed in your dishwasher
Hot Air Drying
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Before first use
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Installation
Electrical requirements
This appliance must be earthed
Fitting a different plug
Water inlet hose connection
Drain hose connection
Installation of dishwasher
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How to use
Water hardness & Regeneration settings
Filling the (Water softener) Dishwasher salt
Visual indicator
Detergent use
Filling the detergent dispenser
Rinse aid
Filling the rinse aid dispenser
Loading the Dishwasher
Folding plate support rods
Upper basket height adjustment (Unloaded)
Standard loading and testing institute information
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Operating the dishwasher
Unloading the Dishwasher
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How to clean your Dishwasher
Filters
Upper spray arm
Lower spray arm
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Before calling service / Trouble shooting
Guarantee
How to obtain service
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Removable
work top
Upper basket
Hot Air Drying
Upper
spray arm
Upper basket track latch
Heating element
concealed behind
the liner
Dishwasher salt cap
Lower spray arm
Lower basket
Filters
Cutlery basket
Detergent and Rinse
aid dispenser
Removable kick plate
Programme
Selection&Starting
Guide
Rinse aid level indicator light
On / off indicator light
&
Programme starting point
Salt level indicator light
Progress indicator lights
1
Wash
1
Rinse Aid
Salt
End
PRE-WASH
No Heat
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RAPID
35°C
3
5
4
ECONOMY
50°C
NORMAL
60°C
INTENSIVE
70°C
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Start / Stop
On / Off
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4
5
Programme Knob
Start / Stop button
Door Handle
On/Off button
specification
Load Capacity
Height
Width
Depth
Depth/Height
(without worktop)
10 Place settings
850 mm
448 mm
598 mm
Net weight
Supply voltage
Fuse currrent
Total power
Heater power
Pump powers
42 kg
220-240 V ~ 50 Hz
13 A
1900-2200 W
2000 W
90/30 W
Diameter of plates for :
Upper basket : 25 cm max.
Lower basket : 31 cm max.
Because we continually strive to improve our
products, we may change our specifications and
designs without prior notice.
570 mm / 820 mm
This appliance has been designed, constructed and
distributed in compliance with the safety requirements
of EC directives.
Load capacity : 10 place settings.
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73/23/EC
89/336/EC
93/68/EC
IEC 436/DIN 44990
EN 50242
Warning !
The dishwasher should only be operated on
the voltage specified. For electrical safety,
only earthed plugs and sockets should be
used. Always use the fused plug provided
with the appliance. The user is responsible
for meeting these basic safety requirements.
The life of your machine and your safety
depend on you using an electrical installation
compliant to standards.
Long cutlery, such as ladles and long knives,
etc must be placed horizontally on top of
the full cutlery basket or on the racks to
prevent accidental injury.
The appliance is not intended for use by
young children or infirm persons without
supervision.
Do not use an extension cable.
When disconnecting your machine from the
mains supply, always pull from the plug.
Never pull the cord itself.
This dishwasher has been designed to clean
your dirty dishes at home.
Never allow your children to play with your
dishwasher.
Never use materials other than specially
produced softening salts in the salt dispenser
of your machine.
Never use chemical solvents in your machine;
this may lead to explosion risk.
Dishwasher detergents contain irritants and
abrasives. These ingredients might have
caustic effects in the eyes, mouth and throat.
They can be extremely dangerous if
swallowed. Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
Check that the detergent receptacle is empty
after completion of the wash cycle.
Never use materials other than specially
produced detergents and rinse-aids in the
detergent and rinse aid dispensers of your
machine.
Please dispose of the packaging material and
old appliances carefully. Please ensure old
machines do not become a threat to child safety.
It is known that children lock themselves in
unused machines. To avoid such a problem it
is advised that you cut the mains cable off and
break the door latch so it does not lock.
Keep detergents out of children’s reach and
do not put detergent in the machine until
right before you start the washing
programme.
The water in your dishwasher is not suitable
for drinking, for this reason do not allow
your children near your machine when the
front door is open.
The door of your machine is designed to support
the weight of a full basket when the lower
basket is pulled all the way out. Never place
any other load on the door, otherwise the
machine may tip over.
Never allow your children to play on or sit
onto the front door when the front door is
open.
After using the dishwasher always close the
door as an open door can be a hazard.
After unpacking your machine, keep the
packing material out of children’s reach.
Do not open the door whilst the appliance is
in operation.
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After unpacking your dishwasher, check the machine
against any possible transportation damage. Never
install and use damaged machines. If your machine
is damaged contact your retailer. Always have your
machine installed by qualified electrician/plumber
to ensure correct installation.
Please help us to protect our environment. Packing
materials and some parts of your machine are
produced using recyclable materials. These materials
are marked up with recycling symbol and material
type information (>PE<, >PS<, >POM<, …). These
raw materials should not be mixed with daily
garbage and should be given to recycling centers.
We suggest you contact your local authority for
disposal information and facilities available.
Any repairs and maintenance work on this
dishwasher should be carried out by authorised
service staff only. Repairs conducted by third persons
are not only dangerous, but also lead to the
cancellation of your warranty.
Scrape excess food from the dishes before loading
Start your dishwasher after fully loading the
machine. Do not use the pre-wash programme
unless required. Make your programme selection
as per the programme chart and quick reference
guide supplied.
Make sure the electricity and water connections
of your dishwasher are in compliance with the
instructions for assembly as stated in the relevant
part of this booklet.
Any water remaining in the dishwasher after
production should be carefully removed due to
reasons of hygiene. Therefore, always select
a pre-wash programme before first use
(Pre-wash or Economy programme).
Do not wash items soiled with cigarette ash, candle,
paint wax, dyes, chemicals etc. since these may
damage your machine
Before the first wash, add 1 lt of water to
the salt container of your machine.
Do not wash forks, knives and spoons with wooden
or bone handles, items stuck together with
adhesives, plastic items not resistant to high
temperatures copper, tin items and aluminium
ware in your dishwasher.
Hot Air Drying ensures your dishes are dried
efficiently.
As with hand washing, some “on-glaze”
decorated china, aluminum or silver have a
tendency to discolour or fade. Also, certain
types of glassware and crystals may loose their
shine and become opaque in time.
A chemical reaction can occur between silver
cutlery and stainless steel cutlery. As a
precaution, do not wash together.
Iron and cast iron objects can rust and stain
other items.
Pay special attention to whether or not the
item you wash in the dishwasher is dishwasherproof.
If in doubt, contact the manufacturer of the
item.
Do not overload your dishwasher or do not
load items other than those mentioned in this
manual.
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When deciding on where to install your new
dishwasher, ensure that the position of your
dishwasher makes it easy and quick for you to
place the dishes in the dishwasher and also to
take them out and store away after the
dishwashing is completed.
of the same rating must be used. Do not forget
to refit the fuse cover. In the event of losing
the fuse cover, the plug must not be used until
a replacement fuse cover has been fitted.
Colour of the replacement fuse cover must be
the same colour as that visible on the pin face
of the plug. Fuse covers are available from any
good electrical store.
Avoid placing the dishwasher where the ambient
temperature is likely to fall below. 0 degrees
C. (32° F)
When positioning your appliance, take care not
to damage your flooring, pipes wall coverings
etc. Do not move the appliance by pulling by
the door or handle
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of
this appliance may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying the terminals on
your plug, proceed as follows:
Before you insert the plug into the wall socket
make sure that the voltage and the frequency
shown in the rating label corresponds to your
electricity supply.
1 Connect the green - yellow or green (earth)
wire to the terminal in the plug marked ‘E’ or
with the symbol
or coloured green and
yellow or green.
We recommend that this appliance be
connected to the mains supply via a suitable
switched and fused socket in a readily accessible
position.
2 Connect the blue (neutral) wire to the terminal
in the plug marked ‘N’ or coloured black.
3 Connect the brown (live) wire to the terminal
in the plug marked ‘L’ or coloured red.
Should the mains lead of the appliance become
damaged or need replacing at any time, it must
be replaced by a special purpose made mains
lead which can only be obtained from a Beko
Authorised Service Agent.
With the alternative plugs a 13A fuse must be
fitted either in the plug or adaptor or in the
main fuse box. If in doubt contact a qualified
electrician.
Green and yellow
or green
If the supply cord or the mains lead is damaged
please do not replace it by your own. The
supply cord or the mains lead must be replaced
by a Beko Aurhorised Service Agent personel
or a similar qualified person.
If the fitted moulded plug is not suitable for
your socket, then the plug should be cut off
and an appropriate plug fitted.
Destroy the old plug, which is cut off as a plug
with a bared cord could cause a shock hazard
if inserted into a socket elsewhere in the house.
The moulded plug on this appliance
incorporates a 13A fuse. Should the fuse need
to be replaced an ASTA approved BS1362 fuse
N
Blue or
black
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L
Brown or red
Connect the straight end to your water
mains supply 1 Ensure plastic filter and
black rubber seal is in place.
Please turn on the tap and check for
leakages after connecting the hose.
Make sure your plumbing is suitable to
install your new dishwasher. If in doubt
contact a qualified plumber.
The appliance must be connected to the
water mains using the new hose set
supplied with your new dishwasher. Old
hose sets must not be re -used.
Please ensure the tap is turned off when
the machine is not used;
If you only have one cold water feed (For
example for your washing machine) don’t
worry. a Y adaptor will provide you with
the additional cold water feed you need
for your dishwasher. Y adaptor is available
from most DIY stores.
The water pressure coming from the water
mains supply must be a minimum of 0.3 and a
maximum of 10 bars.
Fit the drainage hose of your machine
to the drainage pipe without bending.
1
Secure your hose firmly to the waste
pipe to avoid it coming off during the
washing process.
The waste pipe must only be connected
into the foul drains and not surface water
drainage system.
110
max 110 cm
The hose should be placed between
50 cm and 110 cm from the floor level
and must not be extended otherwise the
machine may not empty the waste water.
80
70
60
21
12cm
90
100
max 110 cm
50
18
min 50 cm
0
10
20
30
40
min 4cm
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Remove all packaging before positioning the
machine.
See the following diagram. Ensure there is a
clearance each side of the machine to allow slight
side ways movement for servicing.
Work top of your dishwasher is removable if
required. Height without the work top is 820 mm.
mm
570
min
850mm
820mm
mm
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By removing the machine’s worktop, you can
install it under a close fitting sink unit or a preexisting top, if the dimensions of the recess
correspond to those shown in the picture.
min 850mm
448
mm
Position the machine next to a water tap and a
drain.
98m
m
m
When inserting the machine, ensure that the
water inlet and drain hoses are not kinked or
squashed.
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10
0m
m
0m
55 m
0m
57
m
Care must be taken to ensure that the appliance
does not stand on the electrical supply cable.
Good levelling is essential for correct closure and
sealing of the door,
Make sure your dishwasher is perfectly level using
the adjustable feet.
When the appliance is correctly levelled, the door
will not catch on the inner liner on either side of
the cabinet.
If the door does not close correctly, loosen or
tighten the adjustable feet, until the machine is
perfectly level.
m
m
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The dishwasher requires lime free water. Hard water leaves watermarks on your dishes. Your dishwasher
has a special water softening system to remove the hardness of the tap water. Setting this system
correctly will increase the washing effectiveness.
To find out the water hardness level of water in your area, contact your local Water Board or Determine
water hardness level by the help of test strip provided.
Test Strip
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c
b
e
d
1 second
f
1 minute
Remove the
Let the water Fill a glass with
test strip from flow from your tap water and
dip the test strip
its packing.
tap for 1
into water for 1
minute.
second.
Take the test strip
out of the water
and shake it.
Hold for
1 minute.
Level 1
No Lime
Level 2
Very low lime content
Level 3
Low lime content
Level 4
Medium lime content
Level 5
Lime content
Level 6
High lime content
Set the water hardness level of your dishwasher
according to the result shown by the test strip.
If you move to a different location, the level of water hardness will possibly be changed. It is essential to
reset the water hardness in order to obtain optimum washing efficiency.
Water Hardness Level
Hardness Clarke German French*
degree degrees degrees
Level
s°dE
°dF
°dH
Position of the
Programme Knob
Hardness Level Displayed
Level 1
0-6
0-5
0-9
1
Wash light comes on and End light goes off.
Level 2
7-14
6-11
10-20
2
End light comes on and Wash light goes off..
Level 3
15-21
12-17
21-30
3
Both End and Wash lights come on.
Level 4
22-28
18-22
31-40
4
Both End and Wash lights go off.
Level 5
29-42
23-34
41-60
5
Both Wash and End lights starts flashing.
Level 6
43-56
35-45
61-80
5
Both Wash and End lights starts flashing.
Progress
indicator lights
Wash
End
* For level 5 and level 6 there is no difference between hardness level settings.
If the hardness of the water you use is more than 80°dF (French Hardness) or if you are using pit water, we
recommend that you use filters and purifiers.
* If your tap water is below 9F (French hardness), you do not need to use special dishwasher salt in your machine. In this case,
salt indicator light (if available) will be on continuously.
When your machine is switched off, turn the Programme Knob to position 1.
While keeping the Start/Stop button pressed, switch the machine on by pressing the On/Off button, and release the On/Off
switch.
Press and hold Start/Stop button for 10 seconds.
Last setting will be displayed on the panel of your dishwasher for 5 seconds.
Water hardness level 1 will be shown on the panel, since Program Selection Button is set at that position.
You can set the level of hardness by changing the position of the Programme Knob according to the table given above.
After the hardness setting is selected, save the selected value by pressing the Start/Stop button once more.
Switch the machine off by pressing the On/Off button.
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S AL Z
SE L
TU Z
SE L
S AL Z
S A LT
S A LT
Full
TU Z
Only use special pelletized dishwasher salt in
your machine to soften the hard water. Never
use other types of salts including table salt,
animal feeding salt, sea salt, culinary salt. These
types of salt do not dissolve in water easily
and will damage your appliance beyond repair.
Empty
Using the funnel provided will make filling easier.
When you run the dishwasher, the Water
softener will be full of water. Therefore,
adding softening salt should always be
done immediately before you start the
dishwasher.
After you fill the container, screw cap tightly
back into place turning clockwise until you hear
a click sound.
S AL
Z
TU
Z
T SEL
Any brand of powder, gel and tablet detergents
that have been designed for household
dishwasher, may be used.
Keep detergents in a cool and dry place and out
of the reach of children.
Detergent must be added to the container before
each use.
SAL
Funnel
Caution : Only fill with salt just before starting
one of the complete washing programmes to
prevent any grains of salt causing corrosion.
Detergent overdose may cause scratches on
your dishes and there may be traces of detergent
left in your machine.
You can put approximately 2 kg softening salt
in the Water softener.
Three types of detergent are available
- Phosphate and containing chlorine.
- Phosphate containing no chlorine
- Neither containing phosphate nor chlorine
To fill the container with softening salt, remove
the lower rack first and unscrew the cap of
the water softener turning anti clockwise .
New compact powders are generally phosphatefree. As phosphates have water softening
properties, we suggest you add salt to the salt
container even if the hardness of your water is
as low as a 6 clarke degrees.
Using the funnel provided will make filling
easier.
After you fill the container, screw cap tightly
back into place turning clockwise until you
hear a click sound.
In hard water areas if a phosphate free detergent
is used, white marks on the dishes and glasses
may be observed. It may be prevented by
increasing the amount of detergent.
Detergents without chlorine have less bleaching
effect. Coloured stains may not be completely
removed. This may be prevented by increasing
the amount of detergent, using a programme
with a higher wash temperature or using a
detergent with chlorine.
The float drops and is no longer visible when
the salt container needs to be refilled.
To fill the container with softening salt, remove
the lower rack first and unscrew the cap of
the water softener turning anti clockwise .
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- If you use combined detergents without adding
salt, lime scale may form especially on glasses. To
avoid lime scale formation:
Put your appliance's water softener setting at "1"
and add salt. When the salt is used up, add more
salt to the water softener.
You will obtain the best results from your
dishwasher if you use a separate detergent, rinse
aid and water-softening salt.
Detergent manufacturers also produce combined
detergents known as 'two-in-one' and 'threein-one'.
- These detergents do not contain rinse aid so you
need to use the rinse aid setting as described in
the manual, making sure that there is rinse aid in
the rinse aid dispenser with every wash and that
you refill the rinse aid dispenser with rinse aid
every time it is empty.
Three-in-one: These products contain detergent,
rinse aid and water-softening salt.
Two-in-one: These products contain detergent
and either rinse aid or water-softening salt.
In general, you will obtain satisfactory results
from combined detergents only under specific
usage conditions. These detergents contain
predetermined amounts of rinse aid and/or
softening salt. This means that you cannot adjust
the amount of water-softening salt and rinse
aid that you use to suit the water hardness level
in your home.
- These detergents will not give you the same drying
performance that you can obtain by using separate
detergent, salt and rinse aid. To increase the drying
performance:
Put your appliance's rinse aid setting at "1" and
apply rinse aid. When the rinse aid is used up,
add more rinse aid to the rinse aid dispenser.
- If you use combined detergents with a rinse aid
setting higher than 1, contact with the hands may
leave rainbow-coloured water stains on the washed
items and inside the machine.
- These detergents do not contain softening salt so
you need to use the softening setting as described
in the manual, making sure that there is watersoftening salt in the water softener with every
wash and that you refill the water softener with
salt every time it is empty.
You should bear the following points in mind
when using such detergents:
- Be sure to check the specifications of the
product you are using and whether it is a
combined product or not.
- Follow the instructions on the packet when
using these products.
- The use of these products at the correct
appliance settings will ensure economical
use of salt and/or rinse aid.
- If the detergent is in tablet form, never place
these in the internal section or cutlery basket
of the dishwasher. Always place the tablets
in the detergent dispenser of the detergent
holder.
- Should you encounter a problem that has
previously never occured after you start using
these detergents, contact the detergent
manufacturer directly. You will find contact details
on the packet.
- These detergents will not give you the same
drying performance that you can obtain by
using separate detergent, salt and rinse aid.
To increase the drying performance:
Put your appliance's rinse aid setting at "1"
and apply rinse aid. When the rinse aid is
used up, add more rinse aid to the rinse aid
dispenser.
- If you use combined detergents with a rinse
aid setting higher than 1, contact with the
hands may leave rainbow-coloured water
stains on the washed items and inside the
machine.
- Ensure that the salt and rinse aid dispensers are
full.
- Put the water hardness setting at the highest
level and run a wash cycle with the appliance
empty.
- After washing while empty, return the water
hardness setting to the correct level for your mains
water hardness shown in the manual.
- Put the rinse aid setting at the correct level.
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Use only rinse aid intended for household
dishwashers.
If the dishwasher is considerably full and the
dishes are relatively dirty, fill the main container
(A) up to 25cm³ level. If the dishwasher is not
quite full and the dishes are only slightly soiled,
fill the main container (A) only up to 15cm³
level.
If your dishes are kept unwashed for a long
time and the food particles are stuck on the
dishes also fill the small container (B) up to
5cm³. Depending on the degree of soiling and
the water hardness in your area it may be
necessary to add more detergent.
The rinse aid is specially formulated to be used
in the dishwashers for the prevention of
watermarks and scale on dishes and to increase
the efficiency of the washing and drying
processes. Therefore, make sure that there is
adequate amount of rinse aid in the rinse aid
dispenser of your machine.
You can adjust the amount of rinse aid used
during the wash programme by turning the
rinse aid dispenser regulator (C).
The dispenser regulator (C) may be set between
levels 1 and 6 (6 being the maximum amount
of rinse aid usage). Your machine is pre-set at
the factory to level 4.
According to the finish and drying results
obtained, adjust the dose of rinse aid by means
of the six position selector. (Position 1: minimum
dose, Position 6: maximum dose.) Gradually
increase the dose if there are drops of water or
lime spots on the dishes after washing. Reduce
it if there are sticky whitish streaks on the dishes.
E
C
Powder and gel detergents are poured into
the dispenser.
If you are using tablet detergent read the
manufacturer’s recommendations on the
packaging in order to determine where the
tablets should be placed inside the dishwasher
(detergent dispenser, cutlery basket, etc.)
After you put in the detergent, shut the
container lid (D) and ensure you hear the
clicking sound.
During the wash programme the detergent
will dispense automatically and the lid (D) will
remain open when the programme finishes.
Open the rinse aid dispenser lid by pressing the
button as shown in the diagram.
Fill up with rinse aid until the container is full
to level of ’max’ mark .
Put the lid (E) on and ensure you hear the
clicking sound.
Remember to CLOSE the lid after every refill.
Make sure you clean any rinse aid that you
might have spilled.
Do not use detergent when using the prewash programme.
Dark = sufficient rinse aid
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Light = add rinse aid
Loading the dishwasher correctly will increase
the washing, drying and energy performance
of your machine. Examine the information given
in this section and the information stated in the
Programme chart and quick reference card given
with the manual.
Remove any large scraps of food from the
dishes before placing in the dishwasher to avoid
clogging the filters.
There are three separate baskets, in which you
can put your dishes.
Place large or heavily soiled items in the lower
basket, and small, light or delicate articles in
the upper basket. Put forks, small and medium
size knives and spoons in the cutlery basket.
Folding of racks
Place tall, narrow items in the middle of the
racks.
Long-stemmed glasses should lean against the
basket, the racks, or the supports not against
the dishes.
The shelves on the rack are made height
adjustable to accommodate tall items.
When loading your dishwasher please ensure
tall glasses (and/or wine glasses) rest against
the sides of the upper basket. Do not allow tall
glasses to rest against each other since they
may be damaged during washing if not properly
supported.
A
Always arrange saucepans, cups and glasses
etc. up side-down.
You can fold the racks in the upper basket when
you need more space for larger items .
There are four separate "folding plate support
rods" in the lower basket of your dishwasher
designed to allow you more space to
accommodate saucepans and large bowls in
the lower basket. You can either fold each
section (1,2,3,4) individually or, all at once, to
create a large empty space. Simply press the
handgrips (A) and fold them down"
Incorrect Loadings
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Place larger items such as saucepans in the
lower basket.
You can remove the cutlery basket to make
room for other items .Place spoons and forks
in the cutlery basket with handles down and
knives with handles up to prevent accidental
injury.
Warning !
Long cutlery, such as ladles and long knives,
etc must be placed horizontally on top of
the full cutlery basket or on the racks to
prevent accidental injury.
Handle of the cutlery basket is not removable
The factory fitted position of the upper basket
is the higher position. That is lower wheels
are engaged.
According to the size of the dishes you can
change the position of the upper basket.
To do this.
A
Release the latches on both the right and left
tracks by turning them sideways. A Pull out
the basket completely.Insert the other set of
wheels and place the basket back on the
track then shut the latches.
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Standard Loading and Testing Institute Information
5 3
9
Lower and upper baskets: Standard 10 place
settings
2
30 gr. as compliant
to EN 50242-DIN 44990.I EC436
international norms
4
5
3 3
4 4
3 3 3
1
2 1
1 3 3
2 2 2
5
1
2 4 5
5
1
3 2 2
Economy 50°C
as compliant to EN 50242 international norms
2
7
16
2
3
4
5
6
4
7
1
1 3
2
4 4
1
6
1
5
1
4 4 4
5
5 5 1
8
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Dishes should be allowed to cool for about
15 - 30 minutes after the end of the programme.
You will improve drying results by leaving the
dishwasher door ajar for at least 15-30 minutes
as soon as the programme finishes.
! Care must be taken when opening the
door, as steam will escape.
First unload the lower, then the upper rack. This
prevents drops of water from falling onto the full
lower basket when the dishes in the upper basket
are being removed.
· Turn the water tap on. Open the door of the
machine.
· Check that the upper and lower arms can rotate
freely.
· Pour (Put in) the detergent.
· Close the door of the machine.
· Push in the on/off button and check that the
on/off indicator light comes on.
· Check the salt and rinse aid level indicator
lights before you start the machine. If necessary
add salt and rinse aid.
Cleaning your machine at regular intervals ensures
longer product life and reduces the risk of recurring
problems. Clean spray arms and in particular filters
at least once a week
· Select the required programme by referring to
the programme chart.
! Always unplug the appliance and turn off the
water supply before cleaning.
To clean the outside of the appliance and the
door seal, use a neutral detergent and a damp
cloth. To clean the control panel, use only slightly
damp cloth.
· Select the desired programme by turning
the selector knob.
· Press start / stop button and check that the
function indicator light comes on.
! Do not use abrasive detergents.
If the appliance is not going to be used for a long
period of time, switch off, turn off the water clean
and leave the door ajar.
! Do not open the dishwasher door whilst the
appliance is in operation. However, in case the
door is opened while the machine is working,
then a safety mechanism ensures the machine
immediately stops. Water may be very hot, so be
careful.
! Care must be taken if opening the door, as
steam and water will escape.
· Press the on/off button after the programme
is completed. The indicator light will go off.
· Turn off the water tap, unload the baskets.
! Just after the dishwasher has started the
selected programme, if you find that you want to
put in another item to be washed, then switch
the dishwasher off by pressing the On/Off button,
the indicator light will go off, wait for a few
moments and then open the door carefully. Then
after putting in the item, switch it back on again.
The indicator light will come on and the dishwasher
will resume operation.
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For the efficient operation of your dishwasher,
check the filters and the spray arms regularly.
There are three different filters in your machine
Main filter
Main filter
Coarse filter
Micro filter
To remove the coarse and micro filter assembly
to clean, turn it anti clockwise as far as it goes
and lift it up. Then press the two tongues in
wards and pull out the coarse filter.
Coarse filter
Pull the main filter off.
Micro filter
Clean all three filters under running tap water
with a brush.
Reinsert the main filter in its place.
Place the coarse filter into the micro filter. Ensure
the marks align properly.
Turn the coarse filter clockwise until you hear
a clicking sound.
It is important that you fit the filters correctly.
Caution : the dishwasher must not be used
without filters.
Incorrect repositioning of the filters will
produce poor washing results.
Cleaning of the filters is vital to ensure
correct operation of the machine.
Turn the nut anti clockwise and remove both the
nut and the spray arm.
Flush away food particles under running water.
Put the spray arm back on and screw on the nut
turning clockwise until a clicking sound is heard.
Remove the spray arm from its slot by releasing
the catches and pulling it upwards.
Flush away the food particles under running
water.
Reinsert the spray arm back into its original
position.
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Before calling service check the following & Trouble
following page.
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shooting guide supplied on the
Is the machine plugged in?
Is the dishwasher door closed firmly?
Does the fuse need replacing ?
Are the filters clogged?
Is the water mains supply fully
turned on?
Is the detergent dosage and/or
rinse aid sufficient? Is there
enough salt in the water softener?
Is the machine switched on?
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOMS
Spotting / filming /
poor cleaning
results
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
Insufficient amount of detergent
Increase the amount of detergent,
especially when washing full loads, or in
hard water.
Hard water.
Increase water softener dosage. Use
additional detergent, increase rinse agent
dosage.
Spray arms need cleaning
Check the nozzle holes in the spray arms.
They may be blocked with a soil particle.
Check and clean them periodically.
Improper loading.
Follow instructions for use for proper
loading procedures. Place dishes so water
spray reaches all soiled surfaces. Do not
overcrowd the baskets since this will block
the water spray.
Insufficient water fill.
Check mains water pressure
Filter system needs cleaning.
Remove any accumulated or deposited
foods. Check and clean them periodically.
Oversudsing - Prewashing with a liquid
dishwashing detergent.
Rinse items thoroughly before putting them
in the dishwasher to remove dishwashing
detergent.
Check to be sure water action is not
Water not reaching surfaces, dishwasher blocked by dishes. Check filter system for
accumulated or deposited food or
overcrowded.
detergent. Load dishwasher correctly.
Keep filter system clean.
Small particles
(food or detergent)
left on items
Insufficient water fill.
Check mains water pressure
Powder detergent stored too long or
under adverse conditions.
Use powder detergent within one to two
months after purchase. Open one box at
a time. Always close pouring spout after
each use. Store in a cool, dry place.
Rinse aid supply depleted.
Add rinse aid to the dispenser.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOMS
Pitting of stainless
steel items
Dishes not dry
Scratches on
glassware
SOLUTIONS
Remove spots with silver polish. Rewash.
Wash soon after use, or pre-wash items
Prolonged contact with salty or highly
acidic foods or with undissolved or highly if they will not be washed right away. Do
not overload cutlery basket. Avoid spilling
concentrated detergent.
or pouring detergent directly on flatware.
Make sure dispenser cup is properly closed.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Improper loading.
Load so that all items are properly tilted
for good drainage. Avoid nesting of dishes
and/or silverware.
Rinse aid supply depleted.
Add liquid rinse aid .
A water or chemical reaction with some
glassware. Usually caused by some
combination of soft or softened water
and alkaline washing solutions reacting
with the glassware. Can be accelerated
by poor rinsing, overloading and excessive
temperature.
The condition may not always be
preventable. To minimize the possibility
of etching, use minimum amount of
detergent.
Use of the appropriate programme.
Use of a rinse aid may also help.
Make sure dispenser is dry before adding
If using powder detergent, there may be powder detergent. Start dishwasher
dampness in the dispenser.
immediately.
If using gel detergent, the detergent may Start dishwasher soon after adding gel
be left in dispenser too long before using. detergent. Do not allow detergent to dry
out in dispenser.
Detergent cakes in
detergent
dispenser.
Chipping and
breakage of
dishes/glasses
Odour in
dishwasher
Faulty cover.
Do not overfill. Cover should close tightly.
Check cover for fit.
Improper loading.
Do not place large items in front of
dispenser.
Old detergent.
Use detergent within one to two months
of purchase. To assure freshness, buy
detergent as needed and no more than
one or two at a time. Store in a cool, dry
place.
Improper loading.
Load with care following the instructions
for use. Place glassware so it does not
touch the other dishes. Remove from
dishwasher carefully.
Dishes washed only every two or three
days.
Use the pre-wash cycle at least once a
day until a load accumulates, or hand
rinse dishes before loading dishwasher.
A dirty filter system may contribute to a
bad odour.
Clean filter system.
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