Whirlpool ADP 5300 manual

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  • Brand: Whirlpool
  • Product: Dishwasher
  • Model/name: ADP 5300
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, German, Italian, Spanish, French, Dutch

Table of Contents

Page: 1
GB
-1-
Chart
PROGRAM
SELECTION
BUTTON
Push
“Programs”
button
(repeatedly)
until
the
indicator
of
the
required
program
lights
up
(see
“Table
of
programs”
below).
START/RESUME
BUTTON
Push
this
button
to
start
the
selected
program:
the
indicator
lights
up
and
goes
off
at
the
end
of
the
program.
When
the
door
is
opened
during
a
washing
cycle,
the
cycle
is
temporarely
paused:
the
Start
indicator
blinking.
To
restart
the
cycle
close
the
door
and
push
Start
button
again.
CANCEL/OFF
BUTTON
Push
this
button
to
switch
off
the
control
panel.
If
pressed
when
a
program
is
running
it
cancels
the
program
ongoing
draining
water
for
1
minute.
If
pressed
when
the
dishwasher
is
switched
off
it
drains
any
possible
liquids
from
dishwasher
(1
minute
process).
If
the
indicator
flashes
repeatedly,
see
page
6
-
chapter
”What
to
do
if
...”.
(see
at
right
for
options
description)
1)
Program
data
obtained
in
conformity
with
European
standard
EN
50242,
obtained
under
normal
conditions
(without
additional
options)
and
may
vary
depending
on
conditions.
Differences
of
up
to
20
minutes
are
possible
with
sensor
programs
as
a
result
of
the
appliance’s
automatic
calibration
system.
2)
Reference
program
for
energy
label
in
compliance
with
EN
50242
regulations.
-
Note
for
Testing
Institutes:
for
detailed
information
on
the
EN/Standard
loading
comparison
test
and
other
tests,
contact
the
following
address:
“nk_customer@whirlpool.com”.
Table
of
programs
Deter-
gent
Consumption
P
Programs
Available
options
Loading
instructions
Litres
kWh
Minutes
1)
1
Pre-Wash
cold
Delay
Crockery
to
be
washed
later.
—
4.0
0.03
14
2
Glasses
40°C
Delay
Light
soiling,
for
example
glasses
and
cups.
X
10.0
0.85
100
3
Quickwash
45°C
Delay
Lightly
soiled
crockery,
with
no
dried-on
food.
X
11.0
0.80
30
4
Eco
2)
50°C
Delay
Half
load
Normally
soiled
crockery.
X
12.0
1.05
150
5
Intensive
70°C
Delay
Recommended
program
for
heavily
soiled
crockery,
especially
suitable
for
pans
and
saucepans.
X
14.0
1.55
155
5019
396
01857
BEFORE
USING
THE
APPLIANCE
FOR
THE
FIRST
TIME
CAREFULLY
READ
THIS
QUICK
REFERENCE
GUIDE
AND
THE
ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS!
THE
CONTROL
PANEL
OF
THIS
DISHWASHER
ACTIVATES
PUSHING
ANY
BUTTON
EXCEPT
CANCEL/OFF
BUTTON.
FOR
ENERGY
SAVING
THE
CONTROL
PANEL
DEACTIVATES
AUTOMATICALLY
AFTER
30
SECONDS
IF
ANY
CYCLE
IS
STARTED.
SALT
INDICATOR
When
lit
(at
the
end
of
the
cycle),
the
salt
reservoir
needs
to
be
refilled.
HALF
LOAD
BUTTON
Half
load
cycle
can
be
used
for
the
upper
or
lower
rack.
Select
the
required
program
then
press
the
“Half
Load”
button
-
the
light
comes
on.
Turns
off
at
the
end
of
the
program.
The
“Half
Load”
option
can
be
used
with
the
programs
indicated
in
the
table
of
programs.
TABLET
SETTING
This
setting
allows
to
optimize
the
cycle
performances
according
the
type
of
detergent
used.
Push
the
Tablet
button
for
3
seconds
(until
the
indicator
lights
up)
if
you
are
using
the
combined
detergents
in
tablet
(rinse
aid,
salt
and
deteregent
in
1
dose).
If
you
are
using
powder
detergent
or
liquid
detergent,
the
Tablet
indicator
on
the
control
panel
has
to
be
off.
DELAYED
START
BUTTON
The
wash
cycle
can
be
programmed
to
start
after
2,
4
or
8
hours.
Then
press
the
Start
button.
The
wash
program
will
start
after
the
set
time.
RINSE
AID
INDICATOR
When
lit
(at
the
end
of
the
cycle),
the
rinse
aid
dispenser
needs
to
be
refilled.
ADP
5300
Options
and
display
description
Quick
reference
guide
Page: 2
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First
time
use
1-
salt
reservoir
2-
rinse
aid
dispenser
3-
detergent
dispenser
4-
racks
system
5,6,7,8-
available
functions
on
the
panel
9-
filters
10-
spray
arms
1.
Ask
your
water
supply
company
what
the
water
hardness
is...
2.
...enter
this
value
on
your
dishwasher
Suggestions
for
detergent
use
German
degrees
°dH
French
degrees
°fH
English
degrees
°eH
Water
hardness
level
3
first
PROGRAM
LEDs
lit
on
the
panel
(see
table
of
programs)
P1
P2
P3
Gel
or
Powder
(rinse
aid
and
salt)
Tablets
0
-
5
0
-
9
0
-
6.3
Soft
1
go
to
step
1
(see
“Daily
check”)
6
-
10
10
-
18
7
-
12.6
Medium
2
11
-
15
19
-
27
13.3
-
18.9
Average
3
16
-
21
28
-
37
19.6
-
25.9
Medium-hard
4
if
water
is
HARD
extra
salt
needs
to
be
added
(go
to
step
1,
“Daily
check”)
22
-
28
38
-
50
26.6
-
35
Hard
5
29
-
35
51
-
63
35.7
-
44.1
Very
hard
6
36
-
60
64
-
107
44.8
-
74.9
Extremely
hard
7
Water
hardness
should
be
set
only
before
the
first
wash
or
if
water
hardness
has
been
changed
1
Visual
indicator
(depending
on
the
model).
Unscrew
cap.
Fill
the
salt
reservoir
with
water
before
the
first
wash
only.
(depending
on
the
model)
The
salt
level
indicator
lamp
may
remain
lit
at
the
end
of
several
wash
cycles.
If
the
water
hardness
level
falls
within
category
(soft),
no
salt
is
required.
Salt
indicator
on
the
control
panel
Salt
indicator
on
the
salt
reservoir
cap
The
indicator
lamp
lights
up
when
SALT
NEEDS
TO
BE
ADDED.
orange:
OK.
clear:
NEEDS
TO
BE
ADDED
Daily
check
Filling
the
salt
reservoir
-
Dissolve
limescale
(not
necessary
if
water
hardness
level
is
set
to
“soft”!)
-
Press
and
hold
together
Programs
and
CANCEL/Off
buttons
for
minimum
3
seconds.
-
Programs
LEDs
will
indicate
the
water
hardness
setting.
-
Press
the
Programs
button
to
increase
setting
(when
the
level
reaches
7,
the
next
key
press
will
set
the
level
back
to
1.
-
Wait
30
seconds
(control
panel
switches
off)
or
press
START/Resume
button
to
save
setting.
Add
salt
(never
add
detergent!)
min.
1.5
kg
/
max.
2
kg
Water
hardness
level
is
factory
set
for
medium-hard
water
(level
4).
Even
if
you
use
tablets
which
include
salt
functionality,
you
must
still
add
regeneration
salt
since
such
detergents
are
not
effective
enough
at
softening
hard
water.
Screw
on
the
cap.
Salt
residual
around
the
cap
need
to
be
removed.
Some
salt
reservoir
have
a
level
indicator
integrated
in
the
cap
(see
below
how
to
check).
At
first
time
use,
the
salt
reservoir
has
to
be
filled
independently
from
water
hardness
level
(see
description
below
in
step
1
“Daily
check”).
How
to
set
water
hardness
in
order
to
always
assure
the
best
cleaning
results
Page: 3
GB
-3-
Daily
check
3
Check
the
rinse
aid
indicator
to
check
the
level
into
the
dispenser.
(depending
on
the
model)
Rinse
aid
indicator
on
the
control
panel
Rinse
aid
indicator
on
the
dispenser
The
indicator
lamp
lights
up
when
RINSE
AID
NEEDS
TO
BE
ADDED.
dark:
OK.
clear:
NEEDS
TO
BE
ADDED
Only
use
rinse
aids
recommended
for
use
in
domestic
dishwashers.
Immediately
wipe
away
any
rinse
aid
spilt
accidentally.
This
prevents
the
formation
of
excess
suds
which
can
cause
a
fault
function
of
the
appliance.
If
there
are
streaks:
reduce
the
dosage
by
turning
the
dial
to
a
lower
setting
(1-3).
If
crockery
is
not
perfectly
dry:
increase
the
dosage
by
turning
the
dial
to
a
higher
setting
(5-6).
Plastic
dishes
have
more
difficulty
drying
and
a
higher
rinse
aid
setting
will
not
improve
the
situation.
Detergents
with
rinse
aid
incorporated
may
be
effective
only
with
longer
programs.
In
the
case
of
shorter
programs,
detergent
residue
may
be
a
problem
(if
necessary,
use
powder
detergent).
Detergents
with
rinse
aid
incorporated
tend
to
form
excess
suds.
Daily
use
Adding
detergent
-
Use
only
detergent
specifically
for
dishwashers
in
accordance
with
the
supplier’s
recommendations
Open
the
cover
A
(press
the
dedicated
button).
Only
fill
the
detergent
dispenser
prior
to
starting
a
wash
program.
Shut
the
cover
by
pressing
dedicated
ribs.
Insert
detergent:
Tablet
/
powder
/
liquid
into
the
big
chamber
Use
only
one
tablet
per
one
cycle,
only
placed
in
detergent
dispenser.
All
types
of
tablets
can
be
used,
but
for
2
in
1
type
adding
of
salt
is
mandatory.
If
required,
open
the
cover
B
(press
the
dedicated
button).
Add
rinse
aid
to
the
max.
line
~150
ml
The
rinse
aid
dosage
can
be
adjusted
to
the
detergent
used.
The
lower
the
setting,
the
less
rinse
aid
is
dispensed
(factory
setting:
position
4).
Press
the
button
to
open
the
cover
B.
Using
a
coin
or
similar
object,
turn
the
arrow
to
the
desired
setting.
After
adjusting
the
rinse
aid
setting,
shut
the
cover
again.
Visual
indicator
2
Adding
rinse
aid
(not
necessary
when
you
use
tablets).
How
to
adjust
the
rinse
aid
dosage
regulator
Page: 4
GB
-4-
How
to
load
the
racks
E
-
OPEN
(depending
on
the
model)
F
-
Foldable
plate
holders:
They
can
be
folded
down
to
load
pots
or
G
-
Fixed
plate
holders
H
-
Cutlery
basket
(or
I
model)
J
-
Grid:
Helps
to
keep
the
cutlery
separate
for
better
washing
results.
H
How
to
load
LOWER
RACK
4
A
-
Glass-holder
for
long
stem
glasses:
it
can
be
adjusted
in
2
different
positions
according
glasses
shape.
B
-
Adjustable
flaps:
in
horizontal
position
for
cups/
long
utensils,
in
raised
position
for
plates.
(in
some
models
only)
C
-
Cutlery
basket:
it
can
be
placed
in
the
upper
rack
when
the
“Half
load/Multizone”
option
is
selected.
How
to
adjust
upper
rack
height
(if
available).
It
could
be
useful
to
lift
up
the
upper
rack
to
have
more
space
in
lower
rack
or
bring
it
down
to
load
long
stem
glasses.
-
Grasp
and
take
out
the
two
lateral
handles
(D)
(they
must
be
on
the
same
level)
and
lift
up
or
take
down
the
upper
rack.
Arrange
crockery
so
that
water
does
not
collect
in
cavities,
ensuring
that
the
spray
arms
turn
freely.
Only
use
dishwasher-proof
crockery
and
dishes.
Do
not
use
the
dishwasher
for
washing
wooden
items,
aluminium,
tin,
silver
cutlery
or
decorated
crockery
(unglazed).
In
the
baskets,
dishes
(e.g.
plates,
bowls,
pots)
must
be
placed
in
a
correct
way
to
let
water
flow
down!
E
-
CLOSED
How
to
remove
the
upper
rack
(if
available)
It
could
be
useful
to
remove
the
upper
rack
to
load
bulky
items
in
the
lower
rack.
-
Open
the
two
retainers
(E)
to
take
off
the
upper
rack
(when
the
upper
rack
is
in
place
the
retainers
must
always
be
closed).
How
to
load
UPPER
RACK
5
Switching
on
the
appliance.
Press
any
button
except
CANCEL/Off
button
to
exit
Standby
and
enter
program
selection
mode.
Page: 5
GB
-5-
Switch
off
the
appliance
Everything
o.k.
...
Wash
cycle
Select
program
6
7
8
Exercise
caution
when
opening
the
door:
beware
of
hot
steam.
Press
the
CANCEL/Off
button
once
to
turn
the
appliance
into
Standby
mode.
All
the
indicator
lamps
switch
off.
Unload
the
appliance,
starting
from
the
lower
rack
in
order
to
avoid
any
residual
drips
of
water
falling
onto
crockery
below.
Maintenance
and
care
Maintenance
and
care
Overview
of
programs
The
max.
possible
number
of
programs
is
illustrated
in
the
chapter
“Chart”.
The
corresponding
programs
for
your
appliance
can
be
found
on
the
panel
(page
1).
Choose
program
according
to
the
attached
table
of
programs
(page
1).
Duration
of
the
program
depends
on
the
external
conditions
in
the
apartment,
temperature
and
pressure
etc.
The
dishwasher
door
must
be
closed
and
the
water
tap
open.
To
pause
the
program
(e.g.
if
you
want
to
insert
an
item):
-
Open
the
door
with
caution
(the
program
pauses)
and
insert
the
item/s,
(beware
of
HOT
steam!).
-
Close
the
door
and
press
the
START
button
again
to
restart
the
cycle
(the
program
resumes
the
cycle
from
where
it
was
interrupted).
To
Cancel
the
program
on
running:
-
Press
the
CANCEL/Off
button.
-
(Water
drains
for
up
to
1
minute
then
the
appliance
switches
off).
To
change
the
program
in
progress:
-
Press
the
CANCEL/Off
button
to
cancel
the
program
on
running.
-
(Water
drains
for
up
to
1
minute
then
the
appliance
switches
off).
-
Press
any
button
except
CANCEL/Off
button
to
switch
on
the
appliance.
-
Select
a
new
program.
-
Press
the
START
button.
Rectifying
minor
faults
yourself
...
10
9Filters
Check
and
clean
if
necessary
Unscrew
filter
cylinder,
remove
it
and
fine
sieve...
Rinse
under
running
water
...
Screw
on
filter
cylinder
NOTE
MARK!
Unscrew
and
remove
upper
arm
...
Spray
arms
Remove
blockages/
deposits.
Insert
Clean
spray
nozzles
under
running
water
(use
toothpicks
if
necessary)
...
Insert
and
screw
on
lower
and
upper
arms
tightly.
Unscrew
and
remove
lower
arm
...
Page: 6
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What
to
do
if...
If
a
fault
occurs,
before
contacting
the
After-sales
Service,
make
the
following
checks
to
try
and
remedy
the
problem.
Most
faults
can
be
remedied
by
taking
the
courses
of
action,
quickly
restoring
normal
appliance
operation.
The
appliance...
Possible
causes...
Solutions...
...is
not
working/will
not
start
-
The
appliance
must
be
switched
on.
-
Check
the
household
circuit
fuse
if
there
is
no
power
supply.
-
The
dishwasher
door
doesn’t
close.
-
Check
if
the
dishwasher’s
door
is
closed.
-
“Delayed
start”
option
is
ON.
-
Check
whether
the
“Delayed
start”
option
(if
available)
has
been
selected.
If
it
has,
the
appliance
will
only
start
once
the
set
time
has
elapsed.
If
necessary,
set
the
delayed
start
to
“0”
(RESET
the
appliance).
...the
CANCEL/Off
indicator
lamp
blinks
6
times
-
Water
tap
closed.
-
The
water
tap
must
be
open.
-
Kinked
water
inlet
hose
or
clogged
inlet
filters.
-
The
water
inlet
hose
must
not
be
kinked
and
the
relative
inlet
filter
in
the
water
tap
connector
must
not
be
dirty
or
clogged.
-
Water
pressure
too
low.
-
The
water
tap
must
be
fully
open
during
water
inlet
(minimum
capacity:
0.5
litres
per
minute).
...the
CANCEL/Off
indicator
lamp
blinks
6
times/wash
program
ended
too
early
(dishes
are
dirty
and
wet)
-
Dirty
or
clogged
filters.
-
The
filters
must
not
be
dirty
or
clogged.
-
Too
little
water
in
the
dishwasher’s
water
system.
-
Concave
items
(e.g.
bowls,
cups)
must
be
arranged
facing
downwards
in
the
rack.
-
Drain
hose
incorrectly
fitted.
-
The
drain
hose
must
be
fitted
correctly
(for
high
mounted
appliances,
leave
min.
200-400
mm
from
the
lower
edge
of
the
appliance)
-
see
Assembly
instructions.
-
High
level
of
foam
inside.
-
Repeat
without
detergent
or
wait
until
foam
disappears.
...the
CANCEL/Off
indicator
lamp
blinks
8
times
-
Dirty
filters.
-
Clean
the
filters.
-
Kinked
drain
hose.
-
The
drain
hose
must
not
be
kinked.
-
Syphon
hose
connection
closed.
-
The
closure
disk
of
the
syphon
hose
connection
must
be
removed.
After
taking
the
above
course
of
action,
the
fault
message
must
be
reset.
In
the
majority
of
cases
the
fault
is
thus
eliminated.
RESET:
Press
the
CANCEL/Off
button.
Close
the
door.
Water
drains
automatically
for
up
to
1
minute.
The
appliance
is
now
ready
to
be
restarted.
Crockery
and
cutlery...
Possible
causes...
Solutions...
...are
not
perfectly
clean/have
food
residues
-
Too
little
space
between
dishes
(incorrect
arrangement
of
the
concave
items
in
the
rack).
-
Arrange
crockery
so
that
items
do
not
touch
each
other.
Concave
items
(e.g.
bowls,
cups)
must
be
arranged
facing
downwards
in
the
rack.
-
T
oo
little
detergent;
detergent
too
old
or
incorrectly
stored.
-
If
necessary,
use
more
detergent,
observing
the
manufacturer’s
indications
as
regards
dosage.
Always
store
detergent
in
a
dry
place
and
do
not
store
it
for
excessively
long
periods
of
time.
-
Temperature
not
high
enough
for
heavily
soiled
crockery.
-
For
heavily
soiled
crockery,
select
a
wash
program
with
a
higher
temperature
(see
table
of
programs
-
page
1).
-
Loading
of
the
dishwasher
using
lower
and
upper
rack
at
the
same
time
with
“Half
load/Multizone”
option.
-
If
you
select
the
“Half
load/Multizone”
option
(if
available),
remember
to
load
only
the
upper
rack
or
only
the
lower
rack
to
increase
washing
power
and
thus
obtain
optimum
wash
results.
-
Frequent
use
of
Eco
50°C.
-
In
the
event
of
frequent
use
of
the
Eco
50°C
program
(if
available),
from
time
to
time
select
the
Intensive
70°C
program
(if
available).
-
Clogged
spray
arms,
dirty
filters
or
not
fitted
correctly.
-
The
spray
arms
must
not
be
clogged,
the
filters
must
not
be
dirty
and
must
be
fitted
correctly
(see
page
5,
“Maintenance
and
care“).
-
Spray
arms
stuck
impeded
by
crockery
or
cutlery.
-
The
spray
arms
must
be
able
to
turn
freely
and
must
not
be
impeded
by
crockery
or
cutlery.
Page: 7
GB
-7-
What
to
do
if...
Crockery
and
cutlery...
Possible
causes...
Solutions...
...salt
indicator
lit
-
Use
tablets
for
soft
water.
-
Set
“Tablet”
option;
if
this
option
is
not
available,
it
is
normal
for
the
salt
indicator
to
light
up.
...have
deposits:
regeneration
salt
residue
-
Water
too
hard.
-
In
areas
with
very
hard
water,
more
regeneration
salt
needs
to
be
added
(see
page
2,
“How
to
set
water
hardness”).
-
Salt
reservoir
cap
open.
-
Close
the
salt
reservoir
cap
properly.
-
Not
enough
rinse
aid.
-
If
you
use
a
combined
action
detergent,
try
adding
more
rinse
aid.
...are
not
dry
-
Plastic
containers
dry
badly.
-
Synthetic
materials
do
not
dry
well;
if
wet
at
end
of
cycle,
wipe
dry.
-
Clean
dishes
left
in
dishwasher
for
a
long
time
after
end
of
cycle
(e.g.
when
using
“Delayed
start”
option).
-
In
this
situation,
the
presence
of
drops
of
water
on
dishes
and
on
the
sides
of
the
dishwasher
is
normal.
Try
releasing
the
door
5
minutes
before
removing
the
dishes.
-
Incorrect
arrangement
of
the
concave
items
in
the
rack.
-
Arrange
crockery
so
that
water
does
not
collect
in
cavities.
-
Incorrect
dosage
the
rinse
aid.
-
Increase
the
dosage
of
rinse
aid
(see
page
3,
“Adding
rinse
aid”).
-
Rapid
program
selected.
-
The
rapid
program
is
intended
for
quickly
washing
lightly
soiled
dishes.
If
used
for
a
full
load
of
medium/heavy
soiled
dishes,
the
dishes
may
not
dry
completely.
If
so,
select
a
standard-length
program.
For
best
results,
open
the
door
after
the
end
of
the
program
and
wait
15
minutes
before
unloading
the
dishwasher.
...have
discoloured
plastic
parts
-
Tomato/Carrot
juice.
-
Tomato
sauce,
for
example,
can
lead
to
discolouring
of
plastic
parts.
Powder
detergent
is
recommended
as
it
allows
slightly
higher
doses
to
be
used
for
improved
whitening.
Programs
with
higher
wash
temperatures
should
be
used.
...opaque
glasses,
etc.
-
Dishes
unsuitable
for
washing
in
dishwashers
(porcelain),
-
Only
use
dishwasher-proof
crockery
and
dishes.
...removable
deposits
on
glasses
-
Usage
of
incorrect
programs
for
glasses.
-
Dishes
should
be
put
together,
to
avoid
touching
each
other.
Do
not
put
glassware
together
in
baskets.
Use
suitable
program
for
glass.
...glasses
not
sparkling
-
Not
conform
of
glasses
to
washing
in
dishwashers
(porcelain).
-
Some
kinds
of
glass
cannot
be
washed
in
the
dishwasher.
...permanent
deposits
on
glasses
-
Rainbow
effect.
-
This
phenomenon
is
irreversible.
We
recommend
in
future:
-
Change
the
control
of
system
of
dosage
of
softener.
-
Be
careful
–
follow
recommended
detergent
dosage.
-
For
combined
action
tablets
see
detergent
producer’s
recommendations.
...tea
cups
darken
and
dirt
does
not
disappear
after
washing
in
dishwasher
-
Not
known.
-
This
phenomenon
is
inevitable.
Theine
alters
colours
permanently.
...rust
marks
-
Pre-wash
program
not
used.
-
Salty
or
acidic
food
residues
can
cause
rust
marks
even
on
stainless
steel
cutlery.
To
avoid
this,
always
use
the
pre-wash
program
if
the
dishes
are
to
be
washed
later.
...other
marks
-
Rinse
aid
dosage
too
low.
-
In
the
presence
of
marks,
increase
the
rinse
aid
dosage
(see
page
3,
“Adding
rinse
aid”).
-
If
you
use
a
combined
action
detergent,
possibly
add
more
rinse
aid.
...streaks
-
Rinse
aid
dosage
too
high.
-
In
the
presence
of
streaks,
reduce
the
rinse
aid
dosage
(see
page
3,
“Adding
rinse
aid”).
-
If
you
use
a
combined
action
detergent
which
includes
rinse
aid,
do
not
add
any
additional
rinse
aid.
...suds
-
Unsuitable
dosage
of
detergent/rinse
aid.
-
Only
use
the
amount
of
detergent/rinse
aid
required,
since
excessive
amounts
can
lead
to
excess
suds.
Page: 8
GB
-8-
What
to
do
if...
If,
after
carrying
out
the
above
checks,
the
fault
persists,
disconnect
the
mains
plug
and
turn
off
the
water
tap.
Contact
the
After-sales
Service
(see
warranty).
Before
contacting
our
After-Sales
Service,
take
note
of
the
following:
-
the
description
of
the
fault,
-
the
appliance
type
and
model,
-
the
service
code
(the
number
indicated
on
the
adhesive
rating
plate)
inside
the
door
on
the
right-hand
side:
Precautions
and
general
recommendations
1.
Packing
The
packaging
materials
are
100%
recyclable
and
marked
with
the
recycling
symbol
.
2.
Removing
the
packaging
and
inspecting
the
contents
After
unpacking,
make
sure
that
the
dishwasher
is
undamaged
and
that
the
door
closes
correctly.
If
in
doubt,
contact
a
qualified
technician
or
your
local
retailer.
3.
Before
using
the
dishwasher
for
the
first
time
-
The
appliance
is
designed
to
operate
at
ambient
temperatures
of
between
5°C
and
45°C.
-
This
dishwasher
has
been
tested
by
the
manufacturer
to
ensure
it
functions
correctly.
Such
testing
may
leave
slight
drips/water
marks
which
will
disappear
with
the
first
wash.
4.
Energy
and
water
savings
-
Do
not
rinse
crockery
under
running
water.
-
Always
fully
load
the
dishwasher
before
running
it
or
select
the
“Half
load/Multizone”
option
(if
available).
-
If
ecological
energy
sources
are
available
such
as
solar
panel
heating,
heat
pumps
or
centralised
heating
systems,
the
appliance
may
be
connected
to
the
hot
water
mains
up
to
a
maximum
temperature
of
60°C.
Make
sure
the
water
inlet
hose
is
of
the
correct
type
(“70°C
Max”
or
“90°C
Max”).
5.
Child
safety
-
Keep
the
packaging
materials
out
of
the
reach
of
children.
-
Children
must
not
be
allowed
to
play
with
the
dishwasher.
-
Store
the
detergent,
rinse
aid
and
salt
out
of
the
reach
of
children.
6.
Safety
warnings
-
The
appliance
is
not
intended
for
use
by
children
or
physically
or
mentally
impaired
persons,
unless
adequately
supervised
by
a
responsible
adult
capable
of
guaranteeing
safe
use
of
the
appliance.
-
Do
not
operate
the
appliance
in
the
open
air.
-
Do
not
store
flammable
materials
in
close
proximity
to
the
dishwasher.
-
The
water
in
the
dishwasher
is
not
potable.
-
Do
not
use
solvents
inside
the
dishwasher:
risk
of
explosion!
-
Be
careful
when
the
door
is
open:
risk
of
tripping!
-
The
open
dishwasher
door
can
only
support
the
weight
of
the
loaded
rack
when
pulled
out.
Do
not
rest
objects
on
the
open
door
or
sit
or
stand
on
it.
-
Sharp
items
that
might
cause
injury
(e.g.
knives),
must
be
placed
in
the
cutlery
basket
with
the
sharp
end
facing
downwards.
Long-handled
utensils
must
be
arranged
horizontally
in
the
upper
rack,
with
the
sharp
end
facing
away
from
the
front
of
the
appliance.
-
Before
cleaning
or
carrying
out
maintenance,
disconnect
the
mains
plug
and
turn
off
the
water
tap;
also
in
the
event
of
any
malfunction.
-
Repairs
and
technical
modifications
must
be
carried
out
exclusively
by
a
qualified
technician.
7.
Resistance
to
frost
If
the
appliance
is
placed
in
surroundings
exposed
to
the
risk
of
frost,
it
must
be
drained
completely.
Turn
off
the
water
tap,
remove
the
inlet
and
outlet
hoses,
and
let
all
the
water
drain
away.
Make
sure
there
is
at
least
1
kg
of
dissolved
regeneration
salt
in
the
salt
reservoir,
to
protect
the
appliance
from
temperatures
of
up
to
-20°C.
When
the
program
resumes,
an
error
message
may
be
indicated
(see
page
6).
CANCEL/Off
indicator
blinks
6
times
-
the
appliance
must
remain
at
an
ambient
temperature
of
min.
5°C
for
at
least
24
hours.
After
eliminating
these
faults,
RESET
the
appliance
(see
chapter
“What
to
do
if...”).
8.
Disposal
-
The
appliance
is
manufactured
using
recyclable
materials.
If
you
decide
to
scrap
the
dishwasher,
it
must
be
disposed
of
in
compliance
with
local
waste
disposal
regulations.
Make
it
unusable
by
cutting
off
the
power
cord.
To
prevent
situations
of
potential
danger
to
children
(e.g.
danger
of
suffocation),
break
the
lock
of
the
door
so
that
it
can
no
longer
be
closed.
-
This
appliance
is
marked
according
to
the
European
directive
2002/96/CE
on
Waste
Electrical
and
Electronic
Equipment
(WEEE).
By
ensuring
that
this
appliance
is
scrapped
suitably,
you
can
help
prevent
potentially
damaging
consequences
for
the
environment
and
health.
Unsuitable
disposal
of
an
appliance
of
this
type
as
household
waste
could
have
detrimental
effects
on
the
environment.
The
symbol
on
the
appliance,
or
on
documentation
enclosed
with
the
appliance,
indicates
that
this
product
must
not
be
treated
as
household
waste,
but
must
be
delivered
to
the
nearest
collection
centre
for
the
recycling
of
electrical
and
electronic
appliances.
Disposal
must
be
carried
out
in
accordance
with
local
environmental
regulations
for
waste
disposal.
For
further
information
on
the
treatment,
recovery
and
recycling
of
this
appliance,
contact
your
competent
local
authority,
the
collection
service
for
household
waste
or
the
shop
where
you
purchased
the
appliance.
EC
Declaration
of
conformity
This
appliance
has
been
designed,
constructed
and
distributed
in
compliance
with
the
safety
requirements
of
EC
Directives:
2006/95/CE,
89/336/CE,
93/68/CE
and
2002/95/CE
(RoHS
Directive).
Loading
Capacity:
12
place
settings.
The
guarantee
is
not
applicable
if
faults
are
caused
by
incorrect
use
of
the
appliance.
Disconnect
the
mains
plug
We
reserve
the
right
to
make
technical
modifications.

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