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Safety and walrnings ' four DishDrawer has been carefully designed to operate safely during normal dishwash ng procedures Please keep the following guidelines in mind when you are using your DishDrawer ° . Please read aJJinstructions before operating the DishDrawe ¢ ' . The information it } fl ' ; is manual must be followed to minimise the risk of fire or explosion or to prevent ' property damage , personal injury or loss of life . Use fl ' _ e DishDrawer ® only for its intended function as described in this User Guide . Use only detergents or rinse aid recommended for ase in a domestic Dishwasher and keep them out of reach of chil @ en . Check that the detergent dispenser is empty after the completion of each wash programme . When loading items to be washed locate sharp items so that they are not likely _ o damage the lid sea / and load sharp knives with the handles up to reduce the risk of cut type injuries . Do not touch the heater plate during or immediately after ase . Do not operate your DishDraweP _ anJess all the enclosure panels are properly in place . Do not tamper with the controls . Do not abus6 sit on , stand in or on the drawer or dish rack of the DishDrawer " _ . The cup racks are designed to support cups , glasses and kitchen atendM When fl ' _ e cup racks are in the DishDraweP ° do not lean on or use the cup racks to support year bo _ , weighr To reduce the risk of inju @ ; do not allow @ ildren to play in or on the DishDrawer ® . Under certain conditions hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot water heater system that has not been used for two weeks or more . HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE . If the hot water system has not been used for such a period , before using the dishwasher , tam on all hot water taps and let the water flow from each for several minutes . This wifl release arty accamulated hy @ ogen gas . As gas is flammable , do not smoke or use an open flame daring this time . Remove _ he door to the washing compartment when removing an aM dishwasher from service or discarding it . Dishwasher detergents are alkaline . They can be dangerous if swaNowed Avoid contact with skin and eyes , keep chiMren and infirm person ( s ) away & ore the dishwasher when the drawer is opened .
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[ ] ] ] ] ] ] ] Safety and wa , mings Installation This DishDrawer ' _ must be instaNed and located in accordance with the installation Instructions before it is used . if you did not receive ins talladon instruction sheets with your DishDrawer _ , you can order ahem by calling your Authorised Service Agent or from the Fisher & Paykel websit ¢ Installation and service must be performed by a qualified technician . if the power supply cord is damaged , it must be replaced by a dealer or Aathorised Service Centre or a similar qualified trades person # } order to avoid a hazard _ Ensure the DishDrawer _ is secured to adjacent cabinetry using fl ' _ e brackets provided Failare to do so may result in an unstable produce , which may cause damage or idury . Do not operate this appliance if it is damaged , malfunctioning , partially disassembled or has missing or broken pares , including a damaged power supply cord or plug . Do not store or ase petrol , or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity of the Dish Dra wer'L Connect to a properly rated , protected and sized power supply circuit ' to avoM electrical overload . Make sure chat the power supply cord is located so that it will not be stepped on , tripped over or otherwise sabject to damage or stress . Do not instafl or store the DishDrawer ' _ where it will be exposed to temperatures below freezing or exposed to weather . Do not use an extension cord or a portable electrical oatlet device ( e . g , muld , - socket oaflet box ) to connect the DishDrawer ® to the power supply . Maintenance Do not repair or replace any part of the appfiance or attempt any servicing unless specifically recommended in this User Guide . We recommend that you carl an Aathorised Service Agent . Keep the floor around your appliance dean attd dry eo reduce the possibifity of slipping . Keep the area around / andemeath your appliance free from the accumulation of combustible materials , such as ling paper , rags and chemicals . When cleaning the underside of the filter plate , care must be taken on the sharp outer edge to avoid the risk of cut type injuries .
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Safety and warnings [ ZZ £ J Under no circumstances should you open the drawer whilst the DLshDroweP _ isin operation . AMays press the @ / W [ button to pause ond wait undl you hear the three oddidonM beeps before opening the drawer . The DishDrawer _ ° must be used with the motor assembly , filter plate , drm'n filter and spray arm in place . When disconnecting the appliance puff the plug rather than the power supply cord or junction of cord to avoid damage . Take care when loading the DishDrawer ¢ ° not to load dishware items so they prevent the lid from properly seMing with the drawer , items should be placed so they do trot protrude above and / or forced into the drawer , otherwise o service can may result . HousehoM appliances are trot intended to be played with by children . ChiLdren or persons with a disability which limits their ability to use the appliance , shouM hove o responsible person instruct them in its use . The instructor shouM be satisfied that they can then use the appliance without danger tothemseDes or their surroundings . Close supervision is necessary if this appliance is used by or near children . Do trot afow children to play inside , on or with this appliance or any discarded app [ @ nce . / fa Dishwasher cleaner is use _ we wouM strongly recommend a wash programme with detergent shoMd be run immediately afterward , _ o prevent any damage to the Di @ Drawert The DishDraweP ° is desoned for washing normM household utensils . Items that are contaminated by petrM , paint , steal or iron debn % corrosive , acidic or Mkafine chemicMs are not tobe washed in theDishDrawer ® . if the DishDrawer _ is trot being used for long periods of time , turn the electridty and water supply to the DishDraweF _ off . D _ n _ t p _ ur detergent _ r rinse _ d int _ the s _ t reserv _ i _ The detergent _ r rinse Md wi _ destr _ y the water softener
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If you have a double DishDrawer ' , each drawer has its own controls and can run independently of the other Power button O The O button turns the DishDrawer " on or off . Opening @ @ the drawer will autornaticalJy turn the DishDrawer C'on for 30 seconds To end a wash programme in mid cycle , press the _ button , Any water in the DishDrawe ¢ ' will be pumped out Start / Pause button _ / _ lW o o The _ / ' 1 _ button starts a wash programme . Press the _ ; / H button to pause ot restart the DishDrawer " during a wash programme . When paused , wait for three beeps before opening the drawer . Forcing the drawer open while in mid cycle may cause damage or injury . Delay Start The _ fH button also sets the Delay Start feature which can delay the start of a wash programme from 1 to 12 hours . To activate Delay Start 1 Press and hold the _ i _ J button until the light above the _ / _ button turns orange ( or purple , depending on your model ) . 2 Continue holding the _ / ' tt _ button down until the desired delay time has been reached . The DishDrawer " will emit audible'beeps ' as you hold the _ / H button down , each beep indicates another hour dday . : 3 The DishDrawer ° will start once the delay time has elapsed and the drawer is closed . To cancel Delay Start Lock button _ / @ ( optional ) The _ / @ button activates / deactivates the KeyJockor the ChildJock functions . The Keylock feature disables all the buttons on the DishDrawer ' , To activate , press and hokJ the _ / _ button until you hear one beep ( 3 seconds ) . The light above the _ / _ button is lit when Keylock is activated . To cancel the Keylock feature , press and hold the _ / @ button until the light above the _ / @ button disappears .
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Contlrolls / nt atnadnd no LCD ) ChiMIock The ChiJdJock feature locks the drawer and disables all the buttons on the integrated badge . To activate , press and hokJ the _ / _ button until you hear two beeps ( 5 seconds ) . The light above the _ / _ button is lit when Chiidiock is activated . To cancel the Childlock feature , press and hold the _ / @ button until the light above the _ / @ buttorl disappears . Wash programme selector Press the _ button to select a wash programme . The DishDrawer Cw ' flJ remember the last programme used . Eco button _ ( optional } Press the _ button if you would like the wash programme to use less energy and time . The red ECO light will indicate the feature is on . If your dishes are heavily soiled or you require enhanced dry performance , we do not recommend ECO programmes . Power failure If the DishDrawer is operating and a power failure occurs , it will stop . The DishDrawe ¢ ' may be unable to be opened during this time . When the power supply is resumed , the DishDrawe ¢ ' will restart in the same part of the wash programme .
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Contlrdls modds , , , hLCDI If you have a double DishDrawer ° , each drawer has its own control panel and can run Time remaining ( Delay Start ) Wash programme Delay Start symbol E progress symbol @ o < kbu * , on Power button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . 0 . . } . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . \ & - J _ ' Loc _ £ OWER Start / Pause bu _ ton Electronic dispJa Power Button The @ button turns the DishDrawer ° on or off , Opening the drawer will automatically turn the DishDrawer ° on for _ 0 seconds . To end a wash programme in mid cycle , press the _ button , Any water in the DishDrawer ' will be pumped out , Start / Pause Button _ i'JJ _ The _ iJJ button starts a wash programme . Press the _ / H button to pause or restart the DbhDrawer ° during a wash programme , When paused , wait for three beeps before opening the drawer , Forcing the drawer open while in mid cycle may cause damage or injury . Delay Start The _ iH button also sets the Delay Start feature which can delay the start of a wash programme from 1 to 12 hours To activate Delay Start 1 Press and hold the _ i ' _ m button until the delay symbol _ appears on the dectronic display , 2 Continue holding the _ tH button down until the desired delay time has been reached . S The DishDrawer ° will start once the delay time has elapsed and the drawer is dosed , To cancel Dday Start Lock Button @ ( optional } The _ button activates / deactivates the Keylock or the ChiJdJockfunctions ,
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The Keylock feature disables all the buttons on the control panel To activate , press and hokJ the _ button until you hear one beep ( 3 seconds ) . The _ symbol appears in the electronic display when the Keylock feature is activated . Child [ ock The ChiJdJock feature locks the drawer and disables all the buttons on the control panel . To activate , press and hold the @ button until you hear two beeps ( 5 seconds ) . The @ symbol appears in the electronic display when the Childlock feature is activated . To cancel the C . hildiock feature , press and hold the _ button until you hear one beep and the symbol disappears from the electronic display . Wash programme selector Press the _ button to select a wash programme . The DishDrawer Cw ' ill remember the last programme used . Eco button _ ( optional ) Press the e _ button if you would like the wash programme to use less energy The red ECO light will indicate the feature is on . If your dishes are heavily soiled or you require enhanced dry performance , we do not recommend ECO programmes . Wash programme progress symbols As the wash programme advances through the cycle , the following symbols wile appear in the electronic display to indicate the progression . When a wash programme has started , the dectronic display also wile count down the time remaining in one minute increments . Dirty PreWash MainWash Post Rinse Drying Clean Power failure If the DishDrawed ' is operating and a power failure occurs , it will stop . The DishDrawed ' may be unable to be opened during this time . When the power supply is resumed , the DishDrawe ¢ ' will restart in the same part of the wash programme .
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[ iiii ] OIIpelration Load Dishes 8 Start Remove all food scra _ s and load thedshes , Close the drawer and press the _ / ' 11 _ button . Finish 2 Add Detergent 9 3 Check Rinse Aid The DishDrawe ¢ _ will beep six times to 4 indicate the end of the wash programme . At 5 Select a Wash Programme the end of the wash programme the drying fan will continue to run for a set time or The length of the wash programme will until the drawer is opened . The fan assists appear on the electronic display ( LCD ) on Prefinished models with LCD controls with drying and uses negligible arnounts ( shown below ) of energy . It is normal for some water to remain in the drain filter area after the wash Select e _ ( optional ) Check programme is complete . Ensure there is nothing ] obstructing the DD605 only : At the end of a wash spray arm . The drain filter must be level with programme , you may find both drawers the filter plate . draining simultaneously . This is normal .
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Wash p [ ' og amme cha ' t Heavy _ to _ maJ Fast Delicate Rinse Dishes with Lighffy soiled and Prevents odours and pots , pdns and normal soils dishes , heat sensitive soils drying on dishes , dBhes , for optimum perfermance . pre wash 45 ° C pre wash pre wash pre wash main wash 70 ° C main wash 55 ° C main wash 55 ° C main wash 50 ° C post rinse post rinse post rinse post rinse final rinse 65 _ ' C final rinse 60 ° C final rinse SO _ ' C final rinse 60 ° C drying phase drying phase Normal X Fast Delicate Heavy Normal soiled Lightly soiled , non Lighff ; ¢ soiled , dishes for non greasy and optimum energy heat sensitiw _ use . pre wash 35 ° C pre wash pre wash main wash 60 _ > C main wash 40 ° C main wash 45 ° C main wash 45 ° C post rinse post rinse post rinse post rinse final rinse 55 _ C final rinse 43 ° C final rinse 45 ° C final rinse 50 _ ' C drying phase drying phase Reference programme used for energy label in compliance with AS / HZS 2007 , Note Wash times can vary depending on the incoming water temperature , ambient conditions , type of dish load and whether the drawer has been opened during the wash , Wash times are only APPROXIMATE ors the Electronic Display ( LCD ) and based on 20 ° C incoming water ,
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Eilii l Cadr @ g f © lr y © ullr dillL ll % elrwallre The combination of high temperatures and dishwasher detergent may cause damage to some items if they are washed in the DishDrawerk Remember , if in any doubt about any aspect concerning items washed in the DishDrawer % follow the instructions from the manufacturer of the items , or wash the item by hand . Cutlery & 5Hverware All cutlery and silverware should be rinsed immediately after use to prevent tarnishing caused by some foods The Rinse wash programme is usefd for this . Silver items should not come into contact with stainless steel , eg other cutlery . Mixing these items can cause staining Remove silver cutlery from the DishDrawer ° and hand dry it immediately after the programme has finished . Aluminium Aluminium can be dulled by dishwasher detergent . The degree of change depends on the Other Meta { s iron and cast iron objects can rust and stain other items . Copper , pewter and brass tend to stain . % _ 00d Wa I'e Wooden items are generally sensitive to heat and water . Regular use in the dishwasher may cause deterioration over time . If in doubt , wash by hand . 61asswa _ ' e Most everyday glasswa [ e is dishwasher safe Crystal , very fine and antique glasswa [ e may etch that is , become opaque ' ¢ ou may prefer to wash these items by hand . P { astk Some plastic may change shape or colour with hot water . Check manufacturer's instructions about washing plastic items . Washable plastic items should be weighed down so they do not flip over and fill with water or fall through the basket during the wash . Decorated _ tems Most modem china patterns are Dishwasher safe . Antique items , those with a pattern painted over the glaze , gold rims or hand painted china may be more sensitive to machine washing . If in doubt , wash by hand . @ ued { terns ( iertain adhesives are softened or dissolved in machine washing . If in doubt , wash by hand . Holiday time If the DishDrawer " is not going to be used for some time , we recommend you ensure the baskets are empty . Leave the inside of the DishDrawer ° clean . Leave the drawers ajar to allow air to circulate . Turn off both the power and water supply to the DishDrawer %
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Dislhwashelr standalrds test [ _ ] i ] _ The DishDrawer " s are tested to AS / NZS 2007 standards for both wash and dry performance , The following are loading pattern diagrams , detergent quantities and rinse aid quantities used for the DishDrawer ' , Detergent Quantities _ 5g ( main wash ) DD60S series : 12 Ma × imum Place Setting DS60S series : 6 Recommended Loading Pattern F
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[ ii ] l Accessories The inserts and racks can be added or removed to suit your individual needs . If you have the double DishDrawer ° model , some of the accessories are interchangeable between the two drawers For example you can combine the two Mega Racks into one drawer and wash aJJcups and glasses , leaving the other drawer for plates and larger items , aoBasket The basket holds some of the accessoriesin place and keeps dishes away from the spray arm , boDrain FHter Access Panel The drain filter accesspanel is designed to snap onto the basket over the drain filter This prevents objects from touching the base of the DishDrawe ¢ ' and stopping the rotation of the spray arm , while still giving accessto the drain filter . b ¸ ! coMega Rack The Mega rack is designed to hold glasses , cups and small plates d ° Plate insert The plate insert supports plates and bowls . How to install the Mega Rack To install the Mega rack , place the outer legs of the rack on top of the basket , and clip the Mega rack to the side of the basket When the Mega rack is correctly installed it should not feel loose in the basket .
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Accessories [ Zii ] Cup Racks Cups , glasses and kitchen utensils can be placed on the _ ! _ left and right hand side of the cup racks . For best performance ensure there are no large items " _ below , blocking the wash water from reaching the cup ' _ . ¢ c _ ' _ ' _ . a < _ , _ j racks Wine glasses can be supported on the cup racks if used in conjunction with the Mega Rack There are stops orl the cup rack to prevent cups from touching the DishDrawer C'wall , This will maximise the dry and wash performance . Cutlery Basket Cutlery , small kitchen utensils and some plastic lids are best placed into the cutlery basket For best wash performance , we recommend loading cutlery with handles pointing down and sharp utensils with their handles facing up , to reduce the risk of injury , Mix spoons , knives and " Forkswithin each section , to stop cutlery nesting together and to ensure the water circulates freely . Keep stainless steel from touching silver cutlery to avoid staining Small items , like plastic lids , can be placed under the anti - nesting grid , this will prevent them from being displaced by wash water and falling to the bottom , where they may stop the spray arm rotation .
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[ ] ] ] ] : 6JLo , adilng Wash water for the DishDraweP ' comes from the spray arm which is situated inside the base of the drawer The spray arm rotates , providing wash water to all areas of the wash compartment so care needs to be taken when loading dishes to ensure there is enough space and room for the water to reach ale areas , particularly the cup racks . If there are any items bEocking the spray arm path or the wash water , then the performance will be reduced . How to load your DishDrawer ® Stdmdd _ rdload Note : The basket and its inserts are not designed to be lifted out of the DishDrawe ¢ ' while loaded with dishes .
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IL © adilng How Overcrowded and wash water will not The plates are nesting together and wash reach some of the dinnerware . Cups , glasses and bowB must have their Ensure cutlery are not nesting or stuck openings facing downwards together , They need to be evenly spread out , Ensure dishware items are not " forced Ensure cutlery has not fallen through the into or protrude out of the drawer as it basket and stopped the spray arm from may prevent the lid from properly sealing rotating , which could result in a service call The large bowl is blocking wash water Locate sharp items safely to prevent reaching the cup racks , injuring the user and damaging the lid Large utensils should be on cup racks so they do not become disbdged and stop the Check the bottom of the cutlery basket to spray arm from rotating ensure sharp or pointed items have not Sharp or pointed items must be placed come through as they may stop spray arm horizontally or with sharp edges / points rotation , facing downward to avoid risk of injury ,
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[ ] } 6J Detergent dispenser Only use powdered detergent recommended for domesdc automatic dishwashers in the detergent dispenser . Dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline and can be dangerous if swallowed . AvoM contact with skin and eyes . Keep children and infirm persons away from the DishDrawer ® when the drawer is open . Check that the detergent receptacle is empty after completion Do not place dishwasher tablets in the detergent dispenser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . d . . . . . Detergent and dishwasher tablets shouM not be in direct contact with dishes or cutlery , Liquid detergents are not suitable to be used in the DishDrawer % Closeddelerg _ * ntdispraiser Hand washing liquids , soap , laundry detergents or disinfectants will damage the DishOrawePt Filling the detergent dispenser 1 Press the latch down and the door will open . 2 Pour in detergent . No detergent is needed " Forthe Rinse programme . 3 After filling the wash compartments , dose the dispenser door until it clicks shut The detergent will automatically be released into the DishDrawe ¢ ' during the wash programme , Open delerg ( _ nl disp _ * nser a PreWash Compartment , 10g capacity b Main Wash Compartment , 30g capacity ¢ - Detergent Dispenser Latch d Rinse Aid Indicator Light @ Rinse Aid Hug
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© etelrgelLst diSllpenselr [ ] ] ] ] i } @ ] The detergent quant ties recommended below are for individual drawers Heavy 15 Norma , 115 Delicate Fast 5 * 5g equates to approximately 1 teaspoon , 15g equates to approximately 1 tablespoon ,
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Rir seaid dispenselr We highly recommend the regular use of liquid rinse aid to give the best drying results . Rinse aid gives a streak free , sparkling clean look to glass and chinaware In addition it prevents metal from tarnishing , The rinse aid dispenser is on the inside of the drawer , located underneath the detergent dispenser , The dispenser holds approximately 50 ml of rinse aid , Filling the rinse aid dispenser 1 Turn the plug anti clockwise and remove 2 Pour the rinse aid into the circular opening . 3 Take care not to spill rinse aid into the DishDrawerCL Any spillages must be wiped up to prevent excess foaming . Failure to wipe rinse aid spillages may result in a service call which will not be covered by warranty . 4 Fit the plug back into the original position . How much rinse aid to use The regulator may need adjusting to suit your water conditions The lowest setting is ' 1 ' and the highest is ' 5 : Refer to User preference settings section to adjust the rinse aid setting if there is excessive foarn at the end of the wash . reduce the setting . If dishes are wet or streaky after Ri _ se aid ir _ dicator light If the rinse aid indicator light is red , refill the dispenser . If the rinse aid indicator light is dimly lit or not lit at all , there is enough rinse aid for the wash . Note ; Lighter coloured rinse aids will not dim the indicator light as effectively as darker coloured rinse aids When the rinse aid is being dispensed you may notice some unusual noises during the wash , this is normal .
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USell ilPll efelrence settill gs [ iii i ] The following settings can be adjusted to suit your preferences . Rinse Aid setting Reduce the Rinse Aid setting if there is excess foam after a wash programme Increase the Rinse Aid setting if dishes are wet or streaky after a wash programme , By default , DishDrawe ¢ ' will automatically turn on whenever the drawer is opened . Washing will not start until the drawer is closed and the _ iIJJ button has beers pressed . If you do not want the DishDrawer ° to turn on automatically , this feature can be turned off . End of Wash Programme Beeps By default , DishDrawed ' will beep six times at the end of a wash programme . This feature can be turned off . Closed Drawer option The Closed Drawer option will lock the DishDrawer " when the drawer is closed When you wish to open the drawer _ press the O button When the drawer is fully closed again , the lid will automatically come down after 30 seconds and lock . If the Lock feature is used in conjunction with the Closed Drawer Option , pressing the O button will not unlock the drawer . The Lock feature must be turned off to enable DishDrawed ' to be opened . Clean Dish Indicator option ( Preflnished models with LCD only } By default , DishDrawed ' is programmed with the Clean Dish Indicator option off When the Clean Dish Indicator option is on , the n0 symbol will remain in the electronic display after a wash programme has finished to indicate the dishes are clean . When you have unloaded all the dishes , press the _ button to return to normal operating mode . This option might be useful when dishes have been left in DishDrawe ¢ ' and you cannot remember if they have been washed or in situations where household members regularly remove a only few clean dishes without emptying the drawer . We do not recommend the Clean Dish Indicator option be used in conjunction with the Closed Drawer option .
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Nowtochangseetting ( sIntegrateadndPrefinishendoLCD } End of Wash iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Rinse Aid Auto Power Closed Drawer C Programme setting setting Beeps option @ Enter User preference settings Press the O button to turn power on , Open DishDrawer , edo @ Press and hold the _ and @ _ / _ buttons for 5 seconds until one long beep sounds , @ @ @ @ @ © Fhe current setting is shown on the Press the @ button to turn the selected option on or ioff wash programme selector in red fouredI ghtasret , the option selected settMg is set to flour Press the _ / @ button to increase the setting , The red lights will scroll up to 5 and then start from 1 again , set to four On On Off 1 The settings sequence will start again from the rinse aid setting _
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Howtochangseetting ( sP _ efinishweidthLCD ) End of Was h Programme Closed RinsAeid AutoPower Beeps Drawer Clean Dish setting setting option option rEnteUrseprreferensceettingsnpoweorn . PresthseO buttotnotu OpeDnishDrawer e _ o Press and hold the _ and @ buttons for 5 seconds untJ one long beep sounds . C Press the _ button to turn the selected option on or off . @ [ he current setting is shown on the wash programme se ector in red lights If four red lights are lit , the @ option selected sett ng s set to four . Press the _ button to increase the @ settng . The red lightswJlscro up to 5 and then start from 1 agan . A @ @ iii _ ! _ ! _ ! i _ ; _ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii . . . < _ . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii . i . i . i . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Q RnseAgentsett _ ng _ ettofou _ _ Off _ Off 1 The settings sequence will start again from the rinse aid settin %
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Care and clleanilng Cleaning the surfaces We do not recommend the use of _ he following deaning ai _ s on your DishDraweF _ as th @ , may damage the surfaces : Plastic or staiMess steel scouring pads Abrasive , solvent , household cleaners Add or Mkaflne cleaners Hand washing liquids or soap Laundry detergents or didnfec _ ants Propn ' etary ' Stainless Steep cleaners or polishes as these may damage the protective coating 1 WipewithacJeandampcJoth . TakecarenottowetthecontroJpaneL 2 Dry with a dean lint - - free cloth .
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Ca ' e and cleaning KI { 7 Cleaning the Drain Filter , Spray Arm and FHter Plate We recommend that the drain filter is cleaned whenever there is evidence of food particles . The spray arm and filter plate may need cleaning about once a month in normal use or more often should the need arise , c If a dishwasher cleaner / descaler is used , you Internal Parts of the DishDrawer must run a wash programme with detergent a Spray Arm immediately afterward to prevent any damage to b Filter Plate c Drain Fiker TheD _ % hDrawe # ° must be used wig _ the filter plate , drain # ' lter and spr @ , arm correctly in pla _ e . C [ eaning the Drain Filter 1 Lift up the drain filter access panel on the basket ( if fitted ) , 2 Lift and remove the drain filter 3 Empty , rinse dean under running water and replace back into the allocated space . 4 Ensure the drain filter is flush with the filter plate ,
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[ K _ ! J 6alre and deanillng Cleaning the Spray Arm and Filter P [ ate Ensure the DishDrawe ¢ ' is coo [ before you start cleaning and follow the instructions for removing the drain filter and spray arm . Remove the basket carefully . Lift from the back _ _ I end first to prevent knocking the detergent and rinse aid dispenser . Lift the spray arm and shake any foreign material out . Rinse the spray arm dean under running water and wipe the with a damp cloth . in the centre of the fiker plate there are two rings . Hold the centre ring still and turn the outer ring anti - - clockwise , about a 1 / 8 turn . This will release the filter plate . Lift the filter plate out . When cleaning the underside of the filter plate , take care handling the sharp outer edge to avoid the risk of cuts . Remove any foreign material , wash in hot soapy water and rinse thoroughly in clean water The a heater plate can be wiped with a damp cloth . Replace the filter plate so it lies flat in the base of the drawer ensuring the fiker plate is fully locked into position with the centre ring . To lock the filter plate into position , ensure the lines align with each other ( refer to the diagram for the correct position ) . The filter plate must not be able to move about freely . Replace the spray arm back onto the impeller , d Replace the basket , lowering the front edge of the basket into position first . Correct tocking position of filter plate with motor assembly Note : Where there is broken crockery or glass in the a Outer Ring drawer , it must be carefully removed to prevent b Impeller damage to the DishDrawer % c Correct Alignment marks d Centre Ring
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] ° roub eshooting Wash programme Refer to the wash programme section for a Unclean dishes unsuitable for the load . suitable wash prograrnme , or the soils were too heavily baked on and dishes may need _ ° _ k ! ng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spray arm unable to rotate . Ensure no items are obstructing the spray DishDrawer ' overloaded / Refer to the section on loading . ! . r . . } tS ( rSS ! S £ IaZdSf ! , Filter plate / drain filter is Refer to the care and cleaning section Detergent put in the wrong Detergent rnust be placed in the large . . £ . . £ mPa [ _ r ( } _ r . ! . _ . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S . . £ . . r . . _ . . R . . f . _ . . £ . . _ . . ! . ' . n . . . e . . . e . . [ . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Excess food not removed Scrape all food scraps off dinnerware prior to from dinnerware prior to loading . . . k . . d ! r g Unsuitable detergent . Use recommended brands of dishwasher f ! R _ e _ c4e . . r . ! . _ . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Not enough detergent . Refer to the detergent section or the Spray arrn holes are blocked Clean the spray arm Filter plate / drain filter is Clean the filter plate and drain filter , blocked . Mega rack incorrectly Refer to the accessories section for correct installed installation Insufficient salt in the Ensure there is enough salt in the water water softener , softener and / or increase the water softener setting . Foaming Incorrect arnount of Refer to the detergent section or consult the . . c . ! . tt _ ! rgfi ! _ . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Too much egg in the wash Increase the amount of detergent load . Rinse aid setting too high . Decrease the rinse aid setting . Water leaking Drain hose disconnected Reconnect the drain hose to the waste pipe . Supply inlet hose not Ensure the inlet hose is connected securely . . . P . . rf _ Pt ! ! X _ c _ ntsttd : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Other leaks . Turn water and power supplies to the DishDrawer ' off . Call your dealer or Authorised Service Agent . DishDrawe ¢ _ wiJ [ ChildJock function is on or Turn Lock off . Hold down the _ / @ / _ not open the Closed Drawer opton is button until the @ symbol disappears from on , or both . the LCD screen or the light above the _ / @ buttorl disappears and / or press the button to open the DishDrawer ° Power failure Wait until power resumes , cycle will restart in during cyde _ sarne part of wash programme .
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' T ? oubleshooting Continuous A fault has occurred . Refer to the Fault codes section . beeping Intermittent DishDrawer ' is in pause Close the DishDrawer ' and press the _ ilJJ beeping mode . button . DishDrawer " ' wi [ [ Power supply is not Connect the power supply . connected not start The drawer is not closed Ensure the drawer is firmly closed . properly . Lock feature is on . Turn the Lock off . Hold down the _ / @ / _ button until the @ symbol disappears from the LCD screen or the light disappears from above the _ / @ button _ / lJ button not pressed Press the _ fH button Excess water in the Drain hose ( s ) bent or Straighten the drain hose ( s ) . DishDrawer " _ kinked . Blocked filters . Clean the filter plate / drain filter . Refer to the Care and cleaning section . Water marks on the Rinse aid depleted . Refill the rinse aid dispenser dishes Rinse aid setting too Jew Increase the rinse aid setting DishDrawe ¢ _ overloaded / Refer to the section on loading . Insufficient or no salt in the Ensure there is enough salt in the water water softener , softener and / or increase the water softener setting . DishDrawe ¢ " Some foods , like tomato Pre rinse dishes before placing in the interior is stained based products , may DishDrawe ¢ ' . Alternatively , using the Rinse stain the inside of the programme after adding the dishes may DishDrawe ¢ ' . minimise staining . Dishes did not dry Incorrect loading . Ensure the dishes are not nesting together . Rinse aid depleted . Refill the rinse aid dispenser . Rinse aid setting too low Increase the rinse aid setting Eco wash programme used Choose a standard wash programme . No detergent Detergent dispenser was Clean the dispenser and ensure the dispensed wet when loaded , dispenser is dry when adding detergent . Excessive motor The filter plate and / or spray Refer to the user maintenance section for noise arm is incorrectly placed , details on correct placement No water in the motor area . This usually occurs on the first use or when the DishDrawe ¢ ' has not been used for long periods of time . Run the DishDrawed ' through a wash programme .
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IIFaullJctodes How to recognise a fault code When a fault has occurred the DishDrawerC'will continuously beep every second _ The fault code will be displayed on the dectronic display for prefinished models and on the wash programme selector for integrated models Each fault code is shown in the " Following chart for prefinished and integrated models , How to attend to a fault code 1 Press the O button to remove the fault code . 2 If the fault code and continuous beeps cannot be removed by pressing the O button , turn the DishDrawer ° off at the power supply . : 3 We recommend you check the following chart and correct the fault where possible . 4 After attending to the fault , turn the DishDrawed ' on at the power supply . _ If the fault code and continuous beeps remain , turn the water and power supply off to the DishDrawed ' When calling your Authorised Service Centre advise them of the fault code that has appeared on the DishDrawe ¢ ' . This information will help the Authonsed Service Centre respond to your request .
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Fault codes FI Hood switch has been Turn the water and power supply to the activated . DishDrawer " off and call your Authorised Service Centre . HU _ VY NORMA _ FAST E ) ELfC . _ ITERINSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . } . : . i . : . : . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F2 ( i F _ Motor problem . Call your Authodsed Service Centre . HEAVY NORMAL FA _ T DEAI6 _ T _ : r _ tN _ E F3 ¢ , " . . . . . . . . . : _ " _ Temperature sensor Ensure water coming in through the inlet . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . _ . . . / . failed , hose is less than 65 ° C . You may need to install a tempering valve on your water F4 ( " _ : b Faulty temperature Ca , J your Authorised Service Centre . sensor or element H £ ' A _ y ffI _ Rf _ AL FA _ T DELfCATE _ IN _ E F5 Lid fault 1 Turn power supply to DishDrawe _ off ; , then turn on power supply . Fault may reset . nE _ wNO _ r _ A _ L , _ SOTEUr _ T _ EE 2 Call your Autborised Service Centre . F6 Lid fault 1 Turn power supply to DishDrawer off , then turn on power supply . Fault may reset , n _ vY u _ nr , _ 4 _ LsT _ mc , _ n _ s _ 2 Call your Authorised Service Centre F7 Lid fault Call your Authorised Service Centre . HEAVY NORNtAL F _ T DELIp _ iT _ RINSE F8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electrical problem 1 Turn power supply to DishDrawer off , 2 Call your Authorised Service ( : entre . HEAVY NORN _ AL FAST DELIC4TE R # NSE F9 Electronics Call your Authorised Service Centre . malfunction ,
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_ : : : : : : : aLc _ ot des © UI Fill Fault 1 Turn the DishDrawe ¢ ' water supply on . 2 Ensure the spray arm is on and can rotate about the centre . If the . E , _ vY _ o _ _ s7 oEuc , _ r _ _ , _ s _ DishDrawer " is full of water , it w @ need to be emptied manually . 3 The water block has been tripped ( if present ) . 4 Call your Authorised Service Centre . U2 ( . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loading Remove the item that is above the height " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . of the drawer . Push hi'Jill button . U4 Fault in the other Check other drawer , attend to fault code drawer preventing the on that drawer . use of this drawer HEAV _ NORMAL b _ ST OEUO / _ _ INSE
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CIVil Wa IlnlraIIr " } tya nd selrvice Before you call for service or assistance _ Check the things you can do yourself . Refer to the installation instructions and your user guide and check that : 1 Your product is correctlyinstalJed . 2 ' ¢ ou are familiar with its normal operation . If after checking these points you stile need assistance , please refer to the Service & Warranty book for warranty details and your nearest Authorised Service Centre , or contact us through our website :
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