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Use and maintenance handbook R
Livret dinstructions et dentretien R
Manual de uso y manutencin
Manuale uso e manutenzione
MAQUINA DE LAVAR PRATOS
Manuale de uso e manuteno
1 BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
1.1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Norms and regulations to be respected
The dishwasher may only be used to clean household dishes. If the appliance is used for other purposes or in a wrong manner, the manufacturer declines all responsibilities for possible damages. For safety reasons, no modifications must be carried out on the appliance. Before connecting the appliance to the electric power supply system, check that the power supply at the place of installation is compatible with the electric data indicated on the data tag. The installation must be carried out by qualified personnel.
Before running the appliance for the first time
Make sure the dishwasher was not damaged during transport. Do not hook up the appliance if there is any damage. In case of damage, contact the vendor.
For the safety of children
Do not allow children to play with the appliance. Detergents can cause permanent damage to eyes, mouth and throat. They should therefore be kept outside the reach of children. The water in the dishwasher is not drinkable. Any residues of detergent in the appliance constitute a source of danger for children. They must therefore be kept away from the open dishwasher.
Do not turn on the dishwasher if the electric cable, or the water supply or water drainage pipes are damaged, or if the control board, the work surface or the base are in very bad condition. In case of a malfunction, shut off the water supply, then turn off the appliance and pull the electric plug from the outlet. If there is a permanent electric connection, turn off the service switch (if present) or remove the fuse (or fuses). To remove the plug from the electric outlet, hold the plug itself and pull; never pull the cable. All repairs of the dishwasher must be carried out by specialised personnel. Inappropriate repairs can create a severe danger for the user. For repairs, you should therefore contact our technical customer assistance service or a specialised vendor. The replacement of the supply cable must be carried out only by the technical service staff. If the pipes and tubes are deteriorated, substitute them with new original parts before hooking up the appliance. Do not use detergent substances that could lead to an explosion. Do not sit or lean on the open door. The appliance might otherwise tilt over. Before adding special dishwasher salt, detergent and rinse aid, make sure that the manufacturer of these substances recommends their use for household dishwashers. Always shut off the water supply when the dishwasher is not in use for longer periods of time, e.g., during your vacations.
2 UNPACKING DISPOSAL
Remove the external plastic packaging material, the corner re-enforcements, and the styrofoam base. Open the door and remove the styrofoam blocks from the inside baskets. Collect and recycle the packaging materials. This will preserve primary materials and help reduce the amount of waste. Take the packaging materials to specialised recycling centres. When the appliance eventually has to be disposed of, it should be made non-functional before eliminating it.
Attention! Some packaging materials (e.g., plastic bags, styrofoam) can be dangerous for children. Children should therefore be kept away from them.
2.2 FINAL DISPOSAL OF APPLIANCE
At the end of its life span, the appliance must be eliminated by a specialised company, respecting all existing laws and regulations. This will make it possible to dispose of the old appliance while at the same time recuperating and sorting synthetic materials that are fit for recycling, thus contributing to the protection of the environment.
3 GENERAL ADVICE
3.1 WASHING DISHES IN AN ECONOMIC AND ECOLOGICAL WAY
Dont rinse your dishes under running water before placing them in the dishwasher Run the appliance only when it is full, because only like this the process becomes economical and respects the environment. Always choose a programme that is adequate for the kind of dishes you want to wash and that corresponds to how dirty they are You should avoid to use too much detergent, dishwasher salt, and rinse aid. Refer to the dosages recommended in the usage instructions provided by the manufacturers of these substances. Make sure that the water softness regulator is set correctly.
3.2 DISHES NOT TO BE WASHED IN THE DISHWASHER
You must not wash in this appliance: - Cutting boards or small containers in wood - Plastic objects that are not heat resistant - Lead crystal - Objects made from tin or copper - Dishes or cutlery with glued components - Old cutlery with heat sensitive glue - Steel objects that are oxidised easily - Cutlery with handles in wood, horn, antler, porcelain, or mother of pearl.
When purchasing dishes, cutlery, or glasses, make sure that they are dishwasher resistant.
4 DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
4.1 GENERAL PARTS
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) salt container rinse aid container container for detergent data tag filters lower spray-rotor upper spray-rotor electric cable water supply tube
10) water drainage tube 11) lower basket 12) upper basket 13) cutlery container 14) hook for door closing mechanism
Attention: the necessary characteristics of the electric supply grid are indicated on the data tag.
capacity (standard settings): 12 pressure of water supply system minimum pressure: 0.05 Mpa maximum pressure: 1 Mpa
0,05 - 1MPa.A MAX.W.V..Hz Made in EU
Place the appliance in the spot where you want to install it. Use feet P (unscrew or screw in) to regulate (if necessary) the height of each foot to assure that the appliance is in a fully level position. If the appliance is positioned in a level position, its correct functioning is assured. Maximum error = 2 degrees After levelling the appliance, regulate the hook of the door closing mechanism, to assure that the door closes perfectly. In order to obtain a perfect seal adjust the door locking device but only after having levelled the machine in its final installation position.
The water supply tube C, which accompanies the dishwasher, makes it possible to connect the appliance to a faucet with a _ attachment. During the installation, the following instructions must be followed: Attach tube C to the cold water faucet A; place filter B (supplied with the appliance) between tube and faucet. If the tube is being attached to new pipes that have not been used for a long time, you should let the water run for some time before attaching the tube in order to make sure that dirt and rust residues are eliminated. Make sure that the water pressure corresponds to the range indicated on the data tag. The appliance may be connected to the cold water system. It must not be connected to the hot water system.
5.3 CONNECTION OF DRAINAGE WATER
The curved end of drainage tube T, which is being supplied with your appliance, should be hooked onto the edge of a sink or into a drainage pipe. A special siphon should be used to prevent bad odours. During the assembly, the following precautions should be taken: - the drainage tube must not be bent to avoid blockages; - the tubes end, relative to the top surface of the dishwasher (fig. 4), must be placed at a height between 32 and 80 cm; - the end of the tube must never be immersed in water; - the drainage tube must not be extended to more than a maximum length of 1 metre. The extension must have the same internal diameter. Furthermore, the maximum height at which the tubes end can be placed (in the case of an extended tube) must be reduced from 80 to 50 cm. - If you use a drainage pipe, make sure its internal diameter is not inferior to 4 cm.
The appliance may only be connected to a properly installed electric outlet with an earth (ground) contact. The connection must be carried out in correspondence with existing laws and regulations and supplementary rules issued by the supplier of electric power. The tension shown on the data tag must correspond to the power tension of the electric grid at the site of installation.
See data tag for the size and format of the electric outlet to be used.
min 32 cm
max 80 cm
6.1 BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
Before turning on the appliance, make sure that the plug attached to the electric cable is connected to the electric outlet, the water supply tube is connected to the faucet, the faucet is turned on, the drainage tube has been connected according to the instructions.
Opening of the door
Pull the handle forward. The door should open without effort. If you pull the handle while the dishwasher is running, a safety mechanism will turn off the appliance.
Adding special dishwasher salt
Open the door and take out the lower basket Remove the lid of the salt container by turning it anticlockwise Only during the first time you carry out this operation: fill about 1/2 litre of water into the salt container Use funnel L to fill the special dishwasher salt into the container (use about 1.0-1.5 kg of salt). Remove possible salt residues from the opening of the container. Put the lid of the container back in its place by turning it clockwise. If you dont use the dishwasher immediately after filling the salt container, run the programme pre-wash to rinse away the water and salt particles that spilled over from the container. For safety reasons we recommend to refill the container after seven wash cycles always at the beginning of a cycle.
Use only special dishwasher salt. Other types of salt (e.g., regular household salt) often contain substances that do not dissolve completely in water and can therefore obstruct the water softener, thus making it unusable.
Regulation of the water softener system
For the washing process it is better to use soft water (with a low calcium content), to avoid calcium deposits on the dishes and on the inside of the dishwasher. For this reason, the appliance is equipped with a water softener (fig. 6) which is automatically regenerated in regular intervals thanks to the saline solution. The salt consumption for the regeneration process depends on the hardness/softness of the local water that is being used. To find out the degree of hardness of your water contact your town administration or use a commercial testing kit. To guarantee an optimal regeneration of the softener it is necessary to set device D according to your local hardness (see table) and to make sure that the salt container is always filled with special dishwasher salt. D
Position French degrees of fH regulation device
German degrees dH
<15 <8,4 >15 <25 >8,4 <14 >25 <40 >14 <22,4 >60 <90 >33,6 <50,4
Indication of salt level (if present) The green mark under the cap indicates that there is still enough salt in the container. If the green mark is no longer visible, the salt container needs to be refilled with special dishwasher salt.
Refilling of rinse aid
The rinse aid, which is released automatically during the final phase of the wash cycle, guarantees that the dishes dry quickly and prevents the formation of stains and calcium sediments.
Only use rinse aids for dishwashers. Other products wont obtain the desired effect.
The rinse aid container S is located on the inside of the door. Remove the container cap T by turning it _ revolution anticlockwise. Fill container with rinse aid up to the broken line. Maximum quantity: about 140 ml. Put the cap back in its place. Clean off possible residues of rinse aid with a cloth, otherwise too much foam might be produced during the rinsing process. Indication of rinse aid level More rinse aid needs to be added when the indicator (located on the container F) is clear ( ). When the container is full, the indicator has a dark coloration.
Regulation of rinse aid dosage
The regulation R of the quantity of rinse aid that is released can be found in the refill opening of the rinse aid container. It can be adjusted with a screwdriver. The possible settings range from 1 to 4. 1 corresponds to a release of one ml of rinse aid, 4 to four ml, etc. The appliance has been set on 2 (two ml) by the manufacturer. A full rinse aid container is sufficient for about 50 wash cycles. The quantity of rinse aid to be released should be adjusted when the result of the wash process is not satisfactory. Always wipe off with a cloth any rinse aid that spilled over from the container. It is important to check the level of rinse aid in the container periodically if possible every 31 wash cycles.
Adding the detergent
IMPORTANT! Do not use detergents in this dishwasher that are made for dish washing by hand! These substances produce large quantities of foam but they do not clean the dishes in a dishwasher. They can even lead to a malfunctioning of the appliance. You should therefore only use detergents that are specifically made for household dishwashers. Keep your detergent containers closed and in a dry place. Only when you use the pre-wash programme no detergent is needed. During a programme the detergent is automatically taken from the detergent container. We recommend the use of about 25 g of detergent. Detergents vary in their strength and efficiency. You should therefore pay attention to the dosage recommendations of each manufacturer. The container for the detergent is located on the inside of the door. If the lid is closed: Push forward closing mechanism P. The lid will open with a click. Fill the detergent into the container V. To close the lid, press until you hear a closing click. If your dishes are exceptionally dirty, you can also fill some detergent into the indentation of the lid. In this case, fill the indentation up to the edge. This detergent will be available and active during the pre-wash phase. P
How to load and unload the dishwasher
There are two dish baskets that allow you to store all different kinds of dishes. Remove from the dishes any larger pieces of food to avoid an obstruction of the filter and the development of bad odours. If pots and pans are particularly dirty and contain crusts of food (after frying or roasting), soak them in a water bath before washing them in the dishwasher.
Use of the lower basket
The lower basket is intended to hold dishes that are more difficult to clean, as well as the cutlery basket. The lower basket holds regular plates, soup bowls, pans, soup tureens, lids, and serving dishes. Flat and deep plates must be placed in a way that leaves some space between the individual plates.
All plates must be in a vertical position so that the water can pass freely. Pans and pots must always be placed upside down. You can choose any kind of loading configuration, but you should make sure that the dirtiest surface of dishes, pots and pants faces the water spray and that the water can flow off without hindrances.
For best cleaning results, cutlery should be inserted with its handles facing down. Spoons, forks, and knifes must be placed in the specific areas of the cutlery basket that are designed for them.
Particularly long cutlery, specifically long knives, should not be positioned pointing upwards but should be placed horizontally in the top tray or washed by hand.
Use of the upper basket
The upper basket can be pulled out all the way. It holds small and medium sized dishes such as glasses, small plates, tea and coffee cups, small salad bowls, and small pans and pots that are not very dirty. Desert plates must always be placed vertically; glasses, cups, pots and pants must be placed upside down. Light dishes should be held by a support structure so that they dont get thrown around by the water jet. An optimal arrangement of dishes inside the dishwasher will guarantee best washing results, allowing the appliance will be able to develop its full effectiveness.
Because of the elevated temperature of the water used to wash the dishes and of potential chemical reactions with the detergent, it is recommended not to wash copper or aluminium dishes, cutlery with wood or horn handles, delicate porcelains, or non heat resistant glass or plastic dishes in the appliance. If you possess decorated porcelain, you should test one single piece to make sure that the dcor is not being damaged or altered.
Height regulation of the upper basket
Use the handle on the side (only on left) to regulate the baskets height and inclination. regulation of horizontal position regulation of inclination
Pulling out the upper basket
The upper basket can be pulled out and removed as shown in the figure.
1)Control light It is illuminated when the appliance is turned on. When the add salt light comes on (every 7 cycles), it will continue to be illuminated throughout the entire cycle, even if salt was added. When the add rinse aid light comes on (every 31 cycles), it will continue to be
illuminated throughout the entire cycle, even if rinse aid was added. 2)Buttons -ON/OFF On/Off Press this button to turn on the appliance. 45-E Press the button to activate a wash at 45. SW-SL Press the button to activate the Super Wash (special wash for pans). 3)Door handle To open pull forward (an electric safety mechanism turns off the machine when the door is being opened). 4)Programme selection dial It is used to choose a wash programme (see programme table). To select the desired programme, turn the dial clockwise.
After checking the quantities of regeneration salt and of rinse aid, open the water faucet completely, place the dishes in the baskets, fill detergent into the detergent container and add also detergent for the pre-wash (if necessary); then close the front door. Now proceed as follows: Turn the programme selection dial 4 clockwise (fig. 18) until the number of the desired programme coincides with the line on the dial. Press the button on/off. Now the control light should be turned on to indicate that there is a supply of electricity. The appliance will now automatically perform all steps of the pre-chosen programme. After the cycle is over, the dishes do not need to be dried by hand- they are being dried automatically. The dishes can now be taken out or can stay inside the dishwasher until they are needed. Do not open the appliance after a programme has been initiated.
After the wash cycle, the dishwasher stops automatically, while the electricity control light remains illuminated. To turn it off, press the button on/off. After each wash cycle, the water faucet must be closed to insulate the appliance from the water supply system.
Description of control buttons and indication lights
Table of wash programmes (medium model)
: es m am gr o Pr
SW - SL Super Wash
Dishes and degree of dirt:
pans and dishes until the next wash cycle
Short cold wash to prevent food residues from drying up and forming crusts on the dishes 1 warm Pre-wash Main wash 2 rinse (1 cold 1 warm) Drying
Heavy wash pans and ver y dirty dishes
Very dirty pans and dishes (except delicate pieces) 1 warm Pre-wash economy wash
2 rinse (1 cold 1 warm) Drying 1 cold pre-wash Main wash 2 rinse (1 cold 1 warm) Drying 1 cold pre-wash economy wash 2 rinse (1 cold 1 warm) Drying Main wash 2 rinse (1 cold 1 warm) Drying Economy wash 2 rinse (1 cold 1 warm) Drying 1 cold rinse 1 warm Drying
Heavy wash regularly dirty dishes
Very dirty dishes (except delicate pieces)
S 2 A A
Very dirty dishes Very dirty dishes (except delicate pieces) Pans and dishes
very dirty dishes very dirty delicate dishes Rinse
Fast wash with pre-wash
Pans and dishes
1 cold pre-wash economy wash 2 cold rinse 1 cold pre-wash main wash 2 cold rinse Economy wash 2 cold rinse
Pans and dishes Pans and dishes
Fast wash without pre-wash
Main wash 2 cold rinse
Table of wash programmes (economy model)
: es m m ra og Pr
pans and dishes until the next wash cycle Very dirty dishes (except delicate pieces)
very dirty dishes
Very dirty dishes
Main wash 2 rinse (1 cold 1 warm) Drying
1 cold rinse 1 warm Drying
1 cold pre-wash economy wash 2 cold rinse
7.1 CLEANING OF SPAY-ROTORS
The spray-rotors can easily be removed for the periodic cleaning of the jets in order to prevent possible obstructions. Wash them thoroughly under running water and put them back in their correct position.
To remove the upper spray-rotor: To remove the lower spray-rotor: Unscrew anticlockwise the support of the spray-rotor. Pull the spray-rotor upwards and take it out.
7.2 CLEANING OF FILTERS
After each wash the filter group should be checked in order to remove possible dirt residues. Proceed as follows: take out the central filter 1 remove the external water filter 2 take out mobile grid 3. Clean all these components under running water. It is important to clean all filters thoroughly because the dishwasher cannot function properly with obstructed filters. We recommend to put the cleaned filters back in their positions immediately to avoid damage to the wash pump.
CLEANING OF THE WATER ENTRY FILTER
You should also clean filter B periodically. It is located between the water faucet and the water entry tube. Close water faucet A. Unscrew attachment piece C, take out filter B, and clean it thoroughly under running water. Put the filter back in its place and screw the water entry hose on. Check that there are no water leaks.
7.4 CLEANING OF THE DISHWASHERS EXTERNAL SURFACES
The dishwashers surfaces (made of metal, and in the front of plastic) must be cleaned periodically. Use a clean and soft piece of fabric. Never use acids or abrasive detergents. If you dont use the appliance for long periods of time If the dishwasher is not being used for extended periods of time, you should proceed as follows: run the pre-wash programme twice remove the electric plug from the outlet disconnect the water supply tube leave the door slightly open to avoid the formation of bad odours.
8 WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF MALFUNCTIONS
You should first check whether it is possible to rectify some minor problems yourself. Follow these instructions. If you are unable to identify or remove the problem, you should contact the technical client assistance service. The programme does not start Are the internal fuses broken? Is the dishwasher connected to the electric supply system? Is the door closed properly? Press on the door to close it completely. No water enters the appliance Is the water faucet open? Is the filter between the faucet and the water supply tube obstructed? If so, clean the filter. Is the water supply tube obstructed? Check the tube. The programme indicator does not move on from its starting position Is the water faucet completely open? Is the filter between the faucet and the water supply tube obstructed? If so, clean the filter. Is the water pressure lower than 0.05 Mpa? The used water is not removed from the dishwasher Is the waste disposal tube obstructed? Check the tube. The siphon is obstructed? Check the siphon. The dishes are not clean after washing them Did you choose an appropriate programme for the type of dishes and the degree of dirt you are dealing with? Are the dishes arranged in a way that allows the water-jet to reach all their surfaces? Are the dishwashers baskets overloaded? Are the spray-rotors blocked by a dish or some cutlery? Are all filters at the bottom of the dishwasher clean? Are they all in their correct position? Did you add the correct amount of detergent? Is the water discharge tube connected properly? Is there still any special dishwasher salt in the appropriate container? Without salt the water is not being softened. Was the water softening system adjusted according to the local amount of calcium in the water? The dishes do not dry or they remain opaque Is there any rinse aid left in the appropriate container? Glasses and dishes show the formation of lines, spots, and stains or a shiny blue coloration During the rinse process too much rinse aid is being released. Adjust the rinse aid release. Glasses and dishes show stains of dried water During the rinse process too little rinse aid is being released. Adjust the rinse aid release.
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