1LF-011P

Fagor 1LF-011P manual

1LF-011P

User manual for the Fagor 1LF-011P in English. This PDF manual has 108 pages.

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ÍNDICE / ÍNDICE / TABLE OF CONTENT / INHALT INSTALACIÓN Y MONTAJE USO DEL APARATO Y CONSEJOS PRÁCTICOS MANTENIMIENTO Y LIMPIEZA DEL APARATO LOCALIZACIÓN y SOLUCIÓN DE PROBLEMAS ESQUEMAS Y MEDIDAS DE INSTALACIÓN ESPAÑOL 4 9 23 25 104 PORTUGUÊS INSTALAÇÃO E MONTAGEM UTILIZAÇÃO DO APARELHO E CONSELHOS PRÁTICOS MANUTENÇÃO E LIMPEZA DO APARELHO LOCALIZAÇÃO E SOLUÇÃO DE PROBLEMAS ESQUEMAS E DIMENSÕES DE INSTALAÇÃO 29 34 48 50 104 INSTALLATION AND FITTING USING THE APPLIANCE - A FEW PRACTICAL TIPS APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING TROUBLESHOOTING INSTALLATION MEASUREMENTS AND DIAGRAMAN ENGLISH 54 59 73 75 104 INSTALLATION UND MONTAGE BENUTZUNG DES GERÄTS UND PRAKTISCHE RATSCHLÄGE INSTANDHALTUNG UND REINIGUNG DES GERÄTS FEHLERSUCHE UND PROBLEMLÖ SUNG PLÄNE UND MAßNAHMEN ZUR INSTALLATION DEUTSCH 79 84 98 100 104
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INSTALLATION AND FITTING 1 CONNECTION TO THE PLUMBING a The hose must run between the wall and the bottom space at the back of the dishwasher (b1) so that it is not squashed or overstretched. There should be a fixed water outlet drain at a distance of between 25 and 100 cm from the floor. Make sure that the outlet pipe is not too rigid, bent or squashed. b If your dishwasher has a hot water inlet, connect the pipe to the hot water tap. In this case, the maximum temperature must not exceed 60ºC. Bear in mind that this type of water supply may affect the washing and drying capacity of the appliance. max. 100 cm min. 25 cm It is very important for the bend pipe of the outlet hose is located securely in water outlet so that it cannot disconnet. The operating water pressure (minimum and maximum) must be between 0,5-10 bar (0,05-1 MPa). I M P O R TA N T Connect the pipe to the water inlet, tighten the connection nut and make sure it is securely connected to the appliance. The water connection pipe is located on the back of the dishwasher: a b1 b2 DISHWASHWER
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It is important for the dishwasher to rest firmly on the floor, in a perfectly upright position. It should then be levelled to rectify the effect of any unevenness of the floor. Use a spirit level. If the appliance is to be positioned under a worktop, top can be removed or left in position. POSITIONING LEVELLING 55 English Please refer to the specification label on the top edge of the door before making the electrical connections. Make sure that the power voltage connected to the plug socket is as shown on the label. 2 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION 3 LEVELLING AND POSITIONING a b a b If you wish to remove the cover, you may do this by detaching the rear part of the same. Remove the rear counterweight and pull out the insulating blanket, if the model has one. Serial number Model The specifications label is on the top edge of the interior of the door. This label must never be removed, since it provides information about the exact model of the dishwasher, required power supply, serial number and warranty. I M P O R TA N T It is very important for the dishwasher to be connected to an earthed plug socket. The electrical installation, plug, socket, fuses or circuit breaker and meter must be capable of the maximum power shown on the specifications label. If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced exclusively by the manufacturers, aftersales service (TAS) or authorised personnel. If the appliance is to be recessmounted and integrated, the plug must be accessible after installation.
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d a b c d Fitting a dishwasher into a row of cupboards. When fitting the dishwasher into a row of kitchen cupboards with a continuos plinth: Unscrew and remove the base. Loosen and remove su- pport legs. Screw the adjustable legs into the dishwasher. Refit the base to the cupboards and, if necessary, make any haight adjustment to plinth to the required height to allow the dishwasher to fit properly behind. a b c d e e e Then pull the support blocks for the cover outwards and backwards. Some integrated models have a rod for levelling the rear feet from the front of the dishwasher. Before fitting the dishwasher into the recess, move it up to the space and raise it by turning the rear foot to leave a space of some 3 millimetres from the worktop. Fit the dishwasher into the space. Adjust it to the worktop until the top part of the dishwasher is touching the lower part of the cabinet worktop. c d f c
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57 English PANELLING a b c Remove the frame around the door by unfastening the screws. Cut the panel to size: 596 x 586 mm. Fit the decor panel or door To fasten the new decorative panel in place, screw the frame back onto the door. With models fitted, the height to which the door can be panelled can be adjusted to the same height as the kitchen cupboards. Remove the frame around the door by unfastening the screws. Remove the decor panel from the dishwasher. Adjust the plate at the bottom of the dishwasher door to the height of the kitchen cupboards. Place the decor panel on the frame and cut it to the same height as the decor panel. Place the panel on the door, hold the frame in place and mark the position of the new holes on the door. Drill the holes with a 3.25 mm diameter bit (be careful not to drill too deep) and screw the frame into place. 4 PANEL-MOUNTING AND RECESS-MOUNTING a b c a b c d a b c Simply fit the same decor panels or doors as the kitchen cupboards to the dishwasher door. Said panels must be more than 4 mm thick. d e e
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To activate the LANGUAGE mode: Press and hold down the Top Load/Bottom Load button for at least three seconds. To change or select a language: Press the Top Load/Bottom Load button. A new language will appear. To validate the LANGUAGE: Press the Start button. The language has now been selected. 6 CLEANING BEFORE USE Press and hold down the On/Off button, until you hear the confirmation beep. Select programme 1 (prewash), with no dishes or detergent in the dishwasher. Press and hold down the Start button for two seconds, until you hear the confirmation beep. This is to check the installation, the connections and the drain outlet, as well as to completely wash the interior before running a wash pro-gramme c 5 CHOOSING A LANGUAGE a b Some display model dishwashers allow you to customise the menus on the display in your preferred language. To do this, proceed as follows: b a DISPLAY model b SCREEN model a b c c c Once the dishwasher has been installed correctly, it should be first used on prewash programme: b a
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Before starting up the dishwasher, you will need to know the water hardness in your area. You can find this out by either: 1º Consulting the local Water Board, 2º consulting the T.A.S. (Technical Assistance Service), or 3º using the Aquadur strip included in the accessories bag, following the instructions below. 1 WATER HARDNESS, SALT, RINSE-AID AND DETERGENT USING THE APPLIANCE - A FEW PRACTICAL TIPS DISHWASHWER 59 To find out the water hardness: Place the strip in a glass of water for one second, and then take it out. Shake it and wait for one minute. The strip will show the water hardness. Check the result of the test against the table below. You will probably need to adjust your dishwasher. a b c If no salt needs to be added to your dishwasher, go straight on to the "rinse aid" section. Water hardness adjustment. Water contains scale. The more scale, the harder the water. To prevent the scale in the water from damaging the dishwasher, it is equipped with a descaler to reduce the scale and leave it perfectly clean for washing. The descaler uses salt to function. b 1 min. a 1 sec. c HF: Water hardness (French system) DH: Water hardness (German system). Scale level (HF) 0-13 HF 14-38 HF 39-50 HF 51-63 HF Over 63 HF Scale level (DH) 0-7DH 8-21 DH 22-28 DH 29-35 DH Over 35 DH Test result Green 1 Red stripe 2 Red stripes 3 Red stripes 4 Red stripes No salt needed Position 1 Position 2 Position 3 Position 4 L0 L1 L2 L3 L4 Hardness Soft Standard Medium Hard Very hard Dial position Manual Electronic
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MANUAL REGULATION If your dishwasher has a salt dial on the inner right hand side like the one shown in the photograph (Mod.C), this means your dishwasher has an electronic salt regulator and the salt is adjusted via the control panel. Press and hold down the Short Wash button for three seconds. The letter "L" followed by a number (L2) will appear on the display. Press the Short Wash button again to select the position required on the salt dial. Press the Start button to validate the selection. If there is a salt regulator like the one shown in the photographs (Mod. A-B) inside your dishwasher on the right-hand side, turn it to the number that corresponds to the hardness of the water in your area (see table). To turn it to the correct position, use a coin (Mod. A) or a screwdriver (Mod. B). Controlling the salt level Depending on the model, dishwashers will have a manual or electronic salt level control. ELECTRONIC ADJUSTAMENT a b c c a b Remember: You must adjust the salt dial position according to the result of the water hardness test. See the table on the previous page. This simple adjustment of your dishwasher is vital for its correct functioning. Do not ignore it. REGULATOR Model C REGULATOR Model B REGULATOR Model A If you wish to use combined detergent tablets (3-in-1, 4-in-1), turn the dial to the corresponding test result number. If you use traditional detergents after this, turn the dial to the test result number again.
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c b a RESERVOIR A SEL d 61 c d The first time you fill the salt container, you must: Pour in the salt but do not fill the container to the top. Top it up with water. Stir with a spoon. Close the lid tight and clean the salt around the container. When the salt container needs filling, you should always do it before a wash and not afterwards. When does the salt need refilling? A pilot light will come on to show when more salt needs to be added. a b Where to put the salt The dishwasher has a salt container in the bottom of the tub. Important: If your dishwasher does not have a display or pilot light, you should periodically refill the salt that has been used (about every 20 washes for medium-hard water). PILOT LIGHT SCREEN You should not use salt if your dishwasher does not need it. In this case, the pilot light will remain on at all times. I M P O R TA N T English
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a The rinse-aid helps drying and prevents drops of water from clinging to utensils after washing. The rinse-aid container is located on the inside of the door, next to the detergent container. When do I need to refill the rinse aid? The dishwasher itself will inform you of when the rinse aid needs refilling. There are three types of indicator, depending on the model: display window, pilot light or information on the screen. A greater amount of rinse-aid does not necessarily mean better results. In fact, too much rinse-aid can lead to water marks. I M P O R TA N T It has a 4-position dispenser for adjusting the amount of rinse-aid to the water quality (the dispenser is set at position 2 at the factory). If you notice drops of water on utensils, increase the position of the rinse-aid dispenser. If the utensils have white or sticky lines, lower the position. Once the level of the dispenser has been set, fill the container to the top, but do not overfill it. If this occurs, clean the spillage with a cloth. a DISPLAY WINDOW EMPTY FULL RINSE-AID CONTAINER DISPENSER Depending on the model of dishwasher, you will be given an indication of when the rinse aid needs refilling: Display window beside the rinse aid tank cap. If you can see a light colour through the window, it needs refilling. If you can see a dark colour, there is enough rinse aid. Indicator light on display models Indicator on screen models PILOT LIGHT SCREEN
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English b a Pour in the detergent, then close the tank cap. Some programmes also require part of the dose of detergent to be poured into the tank cap compartment. Detergent comes in tablet, powder and liquid form. You can consult the amount of detergent needed on the programme chart. Detergent The detergent is poured into a tank on the inside of the door, beside the rinse aid tank. If you use detergent tablets instead of traditional products (granulated salt, powder detergent, liquid rinse aid), you may notice a loss of efficiency, particularly in the case of short programmes and/or programmes with low wash temperatures. If you notice any performance problems with your dishwasher, e.g. there is a white film on the tank or on the dishes, an accumulation of scale or poor drying efficiency, you should go back to using traditional products. We would remind you that if you go back to using traditional granulated salt, you will need to run a few programmes before the dishwasher performs perfectly again, and there may still be some residue left on the tank and dishes. If you wish to use combined tablet products, read the instructions and indications for use on the packet carefully. In case of doubt, consult the cleaning product manufacturer. We provide no guarantee for any complaints directly related to the use of this type of products. 63 b DETERGENT CONTAINER a
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Not all utensils can be washed in a dishwasher. Do not attempt to wash items made of wood or earthenware or plastic that is not heat resistant. Stainless steel cutlery can be washed easily; however, ensure that silver cutlery does not come into contact as they may stain. Items made of aluminium may fade in time. Patterns on decorated porcelain may wear off if the quality is not good. Check with the manufacturer of China. Only wash glasses that are dishwasher-compatible. Cut glass should not be washed in dishwasher. Types of dishes 2 TABLEWARE AND UTENSILS. TYPES AND POSITIONING Please make sure your utensils are dishwasher-compatible. Placing the utensils in the dishwasher It is very important to place the utensils correctly in the racks to guarantee a perfect wash. The lower rack is for dirtier, more resistant items: pans, oven dishes and plates. Make sure there is sufficient space between each one for the jet of water. Pots must be placed upside down. If your model has fold- down racks, you can use them in vertical position for washing plates or in horizontal position for large items such as saucepans a b Bowls are placed on the left and plates on the right. Start loading plates from the outside of the rack to the inside. Plates should not be touching. I M P O R TA N T VERTICAL POSITION HORIZONTAL POSITION FOR 12 PLACE SETTINGS EN-50242 LOADING PLATES
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English 65 Les couverts, Except for knives, cutlery should be placed in the cutlery rack, with the handles at the bottom. Place the more delicate items, such as cups, glasses, porcelain or crystal, and standard- size plates in the top rack. Long cutlery has a special place. There are also racks which, when vertical, are for holding wine glasses. If you have selected the Express programme or the Top Load function, the dishes are to be loaded into the top basket only. If you have selected the Bottom Load function, you should load the lower basket only. c d I M P O R TA N T When you have loaded the dishwasher, make sure the sprinklers can spin freely and that the cutlery will not prevent the detergent tank cap from opening. FOR 12 PLACE SETTINGS EN-50242 SPECIAL SUPPORTS TOP LOAD
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b Adjusting the racks The racks can be adjusted in accord with the load. The top rack can be placed at two different heights for washing different-sized plates. In the upper position, the top rack holds standard- size plates of up to 19 cm and the bottom rack holds plates of up to 31 cm. In the lower position, the top rack holds plates of up to 24 cm and the bottom rack holds plates of up to 26 cm. a b Top rack model B: Remove the stop that prevents the rack wheels from coming out of the rails. Pull the rack towards you and take it out. Position the basket at the height required. Replace the stop in its original position making sure it fits right in longitudinally on the rail; youwillhearaclickwhen it locks in place. Top rack model A: This can be adjusted without being removed from its rails, even when loaded with utensils. To raise or lower its position, pull the rack upwards by the side handles. Check that both sides are at the same height. If not, make them level. a b 24 cm. 26 cm. 19 cm. 31 cm.
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English 3 SELECTING THE WASH PROGRAMME 67 Non-display models programme selector dial on/off button start button Eco + button sal • rinse aid 4-in-1 detergent pilot lights Power on pilot light Eco + pilot light top • bottom load button Display model display programme selector dial on/off button start button time delay pilot light sal • rinse aid 4-in-1 detergent pilot lights Power on pilot light top • bottom load oilot light Integrated model selector dial button start/ pause button top • bottom load button Display • wash • dry • end button • top • bottom load • short wash • express 15 min. pilot lights short wash button express button on/off button pilotos rinse aid • salt Power on pilot light time delay button
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Press and hold down the on/off button for two seconds (untilyouheartheconfirmation beep). The pilot light, display or screen will light up on the front panel of the dishwasher, depending on the model. Select a wash programme using a button or dial, depending on the model of dishwasher. Consult the programme chart on the following page. Integrated models: The letter "P" will appear, followed by the programme selected. Display models: The time for the selected programme will appear on the display. Screen models: The name of the programme and the temperature ( C) will appear, followed by the programme duration. Maxi-screen models: The symbol for the programme and the programme duration time will appear. a b top • bottom load button Screen selector dial button on/ off button start button time delay button short wash button Screen model NON DISPLAY MODEL DISPLAY MODEL INTENSIVE 70 SCREEN MODEL MAXI-SCREEN MODEL To select a wash programme, proceed as follows:
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For dishesnot to Prewash Cold be washed No detergent 0,007 KWh immediately 3 litres For more efficient Hygienizer 75ºC bacteria elimination 25+5 1,5 KWh 14 litres For very dirty Intensive 70ºC dishes and pans 25+15 1,4 KWh 14 litres Standard 65ºC For dirty dishes 25+5 1,4 KWh 14 litres Automatic 55ºC-65ºC For dirty dishes 25+5 1,4 KWh 14 litres Economy 50ºC For slightly dirty dishes 25+5 1,05 KWh 14 litres Quick 55ºC For very slightly dirty dishes 25 0,79 KWh 12 litres For very slightly dirty Express 40ºC dishes placed in 20 0,3 KWh 15 min. top basket only 7 litres Mixed 50ºC For dirty delicate dishes 25+5 0,87 KWh 14 litres Delicate 45ºC Special glass 25 0,55 KWh 12 litres * Figures for a 60W motor. ** The economy programme, standardised in accordance with EN-50242, lasts longer than the other programmes. However, it consumes less energy than the other programmes and is the most environment-friendly. *** Powder or liquid detergent should be used for the Express programme and the Delicate programme, as they dissolve better. **** If you are using combined detergent products (4-in-1 and 3-in-1 tablets), you should bear in mind that they may alter the consumption and programme duration parameters. 69 25 gr. of non-concentrated powder detergent is equivalent to one-and-a-half level soup spoons or one detergent tablet. English There are various programme types depending on the dishwasher model: It is very important to choose the wash programme in accordance with the type and amount of utensils and level of soiling. PROGRAMME AMOUNT OF DETERGENT (gr) CONSUMO TOTAL KWh/litre * TEMPERATURE (°C) TYPES OF DISHES SIMBOLS **** ** *** ***
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4 in 1: Select this additional option when using combined washing products (4 in 1, 3 in 1...). Models with programme selector dial. Turn the dial to the icon and leave it in this position for at least 2 seconds, until you hear the confirmation beep and the corresponding pilot light switches on or off. Screen models. Press the time delay button and the top load/bottom load button simultaneously and hold them down for at least 2 seconds, until you hear the confirmation beep and the corresponding pilot light switches on or off. Wash functions must always be selected after the wash programme has been selected. If the programme is changed during the selection, the previously selected functions are cancelled. These functions make it possible to adjust the wash load, times and consumption to a maximum. The additional functions available depend on the model: 4 SELECTING ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS Button: Time delay Press the time delay button to delay the start of the wash programme. Integrated models: washing can be delayed by up to 9 hours. Models with programme selector dial: up to 19 hours. Screen models: up to 24 hours. Button: Extra drying This gives better drying results. It can be used with all programmes except the pre-wash and economy programme. Button: Time reduction This reduces the wash and dry times. This option can be used with Intensive, Normal, Automatic and Economy programmes. ECOLOGICAL WASHING If the model has an Eco-Sensor, you can save 25% water with the Intensive or Normal programme. The Eco-Sensor detects how dirty the pre-wash water is and, if it is clean enough, it reuses it in the wash. I M P O R TA N T If a change of programme is made while additional functions are being selected, the functions that are not compatible with the new programme will be cancelled. Button: Top/bottom load Only half the dishwasher capacity is used. Top load, in the top rack, for more delicate utensils, and Bo- ttom load, in the bottom rack, for saucepans or very dirty utensils. Key: Eco + This option lowers the washing temperature. This saves more energy. It can be activated for all programmes except pre- wash and intensive programmes. Button: Express (top) For extra-quick washes: slightly dirty utensils in the top rack.
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INTEGRATED English When you have selected the wash programme and the additional functions: 5 STARTING UP THE DISHWASHER 6 WASH PROGRAMME PHASES The phases the wash programme is at will successively appear as the programme advance Press the start button. The dishwasher will start up a Non-display models: A start/stop pilot light will come on. Display models: A start/stop pilot light will come on and the time remaining for the programme to end will appear on the display. Integrated models Pilot lights will indicate the wash programme phase. Screen and maxi-screen models: The time remaining for the programme to end will appear on the screen. 1. Carefully open the dishwasher door. 2. Add the extra item. 3. Close the dishwasher door. If the dishwasher is running and you wish to: Add another dish to the load. For safety reasons, the programme will restart after a certain time has elapsed. 71 NON-DISPLAY Do not open the dishwasher door during the wash process. It could affect the programme. I M P O R TA N T DISPLAY SCREEN AND MAXI-SCREEN
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9 BASIC TIPS There a few things you should always bear in mind. If you do, your dishwasher will last longer and be more efficient. Fill the dishwasher: Try to make the most of your dishwasher’s capacity. This will help you reduce water and electricity consumption and lead to quieter operation and be more economical. Position utensils correctly. For best quality washes, the spray arms should be able to spin freely. Likewise, the utensils should be positioned correctly to ensure that they are reached by the jet of water. Programme selection. Select the correct wash programme and additional functions as required. (See the programme chart on page 71). a b c When the wash programme is complete, the dishwasher will emit a continuous beeping sound for 3 seconds and/or the END (STOP) pilot light will come on. 7 END OF PROGRAMME If a power cut should occur, when the electricity comes back on the dishwasher will continue to run from where it left off. 8 POWER CUTS
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d a APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING You should perform the cleaning operations regularly so that your dishwasher will last longer. You should do the following every three months: DISHWASHWER • Clean the filter. • Clean the spray arms. • Clean the inside. • Clean the outside. This will make your dishwasher last longer. 73 1 CLEANING THE WASH FILTER I M P O R TA N T If you are planning to be away for a long period, leave the dishwasher door open so that the air can circulate freely inside the machine. Take out the bottom rack, remove the interior filter by turning it anticlockwise and pulling it upwards. Remove the exterior filter. Remove the filter protector (some models). It is essential that filters are put back in place correctly. Make sure the filter protector is in place. The exterior filter fits into position. Put the interior filter in position and turn it clockwise as far as it will go. a b c d The filter is made up of two or three parts (depending on model type): interior filter, exterior filter and filter protector. It is located at the bottom of the dishwasher under the bottom rack. b c
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a c b 2 CLEANING THE SPRINKLERS 4 CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE APPLIANCE Clean the outside with a cloth and soapy water. The third sprinkler is removed by pressing upwards on it and then unscrewing it. The top sprinkler is fitted to the top basket. It should be totally unscrewed to remove it. The bottom sprinkler is removed by turning the lower screw to the left to loosen it and then pulling upwards on the sprinkler. Rinse the sprinklers under the tap and clean them with a non- scratch sponge. The water outlet holes must be kept clean. Unblock any holes that are obstructed. Then put the sprinklers back. The dishwasher should be cleaned every three months to remove any dirt from the inside of the machine. You will need to use machine cleaner and specific products for cleaning dishwashers (follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use). 3 CLEANING THE INSIDE OF THE DISHWASHER I M P O R TA N T For safety reasons, make sure the appliance is not in operation while it is being cleaned. The third sprinkler (depending on the model), the top sprinkler and the bottom sprinkler should be cleaned every three months. To remove the sprinklers for cleaning: Before any cleaning or maintenance operations, unplug the dishwasher from the mains. I M P O R TA N T Use non-scratch and non-abrasive products. Dry with a cloth. a b c
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Display and screen models. For these models, the problem appears on the display with the letter "F" followed by a number (from 0 to 9). Non-display models. If a malfunction occurs, the dishwasher will emit a series of beeps. These will stop for a few seconds and then sound again. The type of malfunction can be identified by counting the number of beeps (1 , Door open; 2 ; No water entering; and so on. TROUBLESHOOTING DISHWASHWER If you find a problem when using your dishwasher, you will probably be able to solve it by consulting the following section. If this is not so, please contact the TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SERVICE and be ready to provide as much information as possible. When the dishwasher detects a malfunction, it will give you acoustic or visual warnings, depending on the model. On the top edge of the dishwasher door, there is a table to identify possible problems. 1 TECHNICAL OR FUNCTIONAL PROBLEMS P u e r ta a b ie r ta D o o r o p e n 1 F 1 2 F 2 1 0 F 0 N o e n tr a a g u a W a te r n o t e n te r in g N o d e s a g u a N o t d r a in in g D e s b o r d a m ie n to O v e r fl o w N o c a li e n ta N o t h e a ti n g A lt e r n a ti v o A lt e r n a ti v e 3 F 3 4 F 4 5 F 5 6 F 6 7 F 7 8 F 8 9 F 9 S o b re c a le n ta m ie n to O v e r h e a t S e n s o r te m p e ra tu ra T e m p e ra tu re S e n s o r F a lt a p re s ió n a g u a N o t w a te r p re s s u re C o n tr o l MODEL WITH DISPLAY NºBEEPS MODEL WITHOUT DISPLAY Close the door Not entering Not leaking Flood Over heating Not heating Temp. no detect No pressure Not even Control MALFUNTION F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DISPLAY SCREEN The series of beeps and the malfunction can be cancelled by pressing the on/off button. 75 For the dishwasher to stop beeping, press the start button. If you wish to hear the beeps again, press the start button. Depending on the type of malfunction, contact the TAS and inform them of the problem.
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• Why won’t the dishwasher start? This may be because: – There is no power. – It isn’t plugged in correctly. – The power fuses have blown. – The dishwasher is not connected to the mains. – You haven’t pressed the On/Off button (the pilot light for this button must be on continuously). – The dishwasher door is not closed correctly. – You have not pressed the Start button. • The dishwasher starts up but no water comes into the appliance This may be because: – There is no water supply. – The stop tap is off. The water inlet electrovalve filter is blocked. • The water does not drain off and stays in the dishwasher This may be because: – The drain is blocked or badly fitted. – The drainage pipe is blocked or kinked. – The filters are blocked. – The selected programme has not ended. Wait until it finishes. • The low salt level pilot light does not go off This may be because: – A low salt level. Add salt and stir with a spoon. – The water hardness is below 7DH, which means that salt is not necessary. In this case, the light will always be on. • Traces of detergent are left in the dispenser or on the door. This may be because: – One of the utensils is preventing the dispenser from opening. – The detergent is past its expiry date or is not appropriate. – The spray arms rub on a dish. – The spray arm nozzles are blocked. – The detergent container was damp when the detergent was added. The container must be dry. • Unusual foam appears: – You have used detergent for washing dishes by hand instead of special detergent for dishwashers. • The dishwashers uses a lot of salt. This may be because: – The lid to the salt container is not closed correctly. – The salt consumption level is not at the correct setting. • The dishwasher makes strange noises. This may be because: – The dishwasher was not installed correctly. – The spray arms rub on a dish.
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• Remains of dirt or food on the utensils This may be because: – The wash filter is dirty, blocked or not correctly in place. – The spray arm nozzles are dirty or the arms are blocked by a utensil. – The detergent is inappropriate or there is an insufficient amount. – The utensils are not positioned correctly. Some utensils are in contact with others. – There are too many utensils in the racks. – The wash programme is inappropriate. – The drain is blocked. – The food remains on the utensils were too old and dry. • The utensils come out white This may be because: – There was not enough detergent or rinse-aid. – The salt container lid is not closed correctly. – The salt container has no water or salt. – The water softener is not correctly adjusted to the water hardness level. – You have used a phosphate-free detergent. Try with detergent containing phosphate. • The utensils do not come out dry This may be because: – There is no rinse-aid. –The rinse-aid control is not set correctly. – The utensils are positioned incorrectly. – The utensils have been taken out too soon. – The wash programme is inappropriate. • Glass or crystal comes out with a milky appearance or scratched. This may be because: – They are not dishwasher-compatible. – The detergent is inappropriate. • Glass or crystal comes out looking opaque – There is not enough rinse-aid. • The glasses and cutlery have a dull appearance and the glasses have a metallic shine. – Too much rinse-aid. •Utensils made of stainless or fine steel come out stained. This may be because: –They are not dishwasher-compatible. – The utensils are positioned incorrectly. – You have used too much detergent. – The steel is low quality. – There is too much salt in the wash water. Close the salt container lid correctly. 2 PROBLEMS WITH THE QUALITY OF THE WASH English 77
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DISHWASHWER FURTHER INFORMATION When the appliance reaches the end of its service life, you should not dispose of it with the general domestic waste. It can be taken free of charge to the local administrations’ specific selective collection centres, or to distributors who provide this service. Separating a domestic appliance before disposing of it means you will prevent possible negative consequences for the environment and health which may be given rise to by incorrect disposal, and it means the materials making it up can be treated and recycled, obtaining important savings on energy and resources. To remind you that you must collaborate with a selective collection scheme, there is a symbol on the product warning you not to dispose of it in traditional refuse containers. For further information, contact your local authority or the shop where you bought the product. INFORMATION FOR THE CORRECT DISPOSAL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES

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  • Brand: Fagor
  • Product: Dishwashers
  • Model/name: 1LF-011P
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