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en-usTable of contentsen-us Oper at i ng i nst r uct i ons( Safety Definitions. . . . . . . . . . .5( IMPORTANT SAFETYINSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . .6ƒ Causes of Damage . . . . . . . . .10* Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . .11, Rinse Aid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14- Loading the Dishwasher . . . .16. Detergent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22/ Dishwasher Cycles . . . . . . . .240 Dishwasher Cycle Options . .251 Operating the Dishwasher. . .262 Care and Maintenance . . . . . .303 Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . .354 Customer Service. . . . . . . . . .40‡ Statement of Limited ProductWarranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .413

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Safety Definitions en-us( Safety DefinitionsSaf et y Def i ni t i ons9 WARNINGThis indicates that death orserious injuries may occur as aresult of non-observance of thiswarning.9 CAUTIONThis indicates that minor ormoderate injuries may occur asa result of non-observance ofthis warning.NOTICEThis indicates that damage to theappliance or property may occur as aresult of non-compliance with thisadvisory.Note: This alerts you to importantinformation and/or tips.5

9 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSREAD AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS(I MPORTANT SAFETY I NSTRUCTI ONSREAD AND SAVE IMPORTANTTHESE INSTRUCTIONSSAFETY INSTRUCTIONSThis dishwasher is provided withInstallation Instructions and this Useand Care Manual. Read andunderstand all instructions beforeusing the dishwasher.This dishwasher is intended for useup to a maximum altitude of13,000 ft (4,000 meters) above sealevel.To reduce the risk of fire, electricalshock, or serious injury, observe thefollowing:Ri sk of f i r e, el ect r i cal shock, or ser i ous i nj ur y9 WARNINGRISK OF INJURY OR DEATH!Misuse of the dishwasher canresult in serious injury or death.Do not use the dishwasher inany way not covered in thismanual or for any purpose otherthan those explained in thefollowing pages.9 WARNINGRISK OF INJURY!Severe injury and/or productdamage could result from theuse of unauthorized servicetechnicians or non-originalreplacement parts. All repairsmust be performed by anauthorized service technicianusing only original equipmentfactory replacement parts.69 WARNINGRISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCKOR FIRE!Electrical shock or fire couldresult if the electrical supply forthe dishwasher covered in thismanual is incorrectly installed orif the dishwasher has beenimproperly grounded. Do notuse the dishwasher covered inthis manual unless you arecertain the electrical supply hasbeen correctly installed and thedishwasher has been properlygrounded.9 WARNINGRISK OF EXPLOSION! Under certain conditions,hydrogen gas may beproduced in a hot watersystem that has not beenused for two weeks or more.Hydrogen gas is explosive.Before using a dishwasherthat is connected to a hotwater system that has beenunused for two weeks orlonger, turn on all hot waterfaucets and let the waterflow from each for severalminutes. This will release anyaccumulated hydrogen gas.As the gas is explosive, donot smoke or use an openflame during this time. When cleaning yourdishwasher with anycleaning agent, remove allcookware, utensils or anyforeign material from inside.Some cleaning agents arehighly acidic and/or causticalkaline, which can cause

9 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSREAD AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONShydrogen gas to form ifaluminum material is alsoinside the dishwasher tub.Hydrogen gas is explosive.Refer to the Care andMaintenance section of thedishwasher Use and Caremanual for instructions onhow to properly clean yourdishwasher.9 WARNINGHEALTH HAZARD!Never use harsh chemicals toclean your dishwasher. Somebleach-based products candamage your dishwasher andmay present health hazards!9 WARNINGRISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!This appliance must begrounded. In the event of amalfunction or breakdown,grounding will reduce the risk ofelectric shock by providing apath of least resistance forelectric current. This applianceis equipped with a cord havingan equipment-groundingconductor.Improper connection of theequipment-grounding conductorcan result in risk of electricshock. Check with a qualifiedelectrician if you are in doubtwhether the appliance isproperly grounded.GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONSThis appliance must be grounded toa metal, permanent wiring system oran equipment grounding conductormust be run with the circuitconductors and connected to theequipment grounding terminal orlead on the dishwasher. See theInstallation Instructions included withthis dishwasher for more informationon electrical requirements.7

9 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSREAD AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONSSafe OperationUse this dishwasher only for itsintended function, which is thewashing of household dishware andkitchenware rated as dishwashersafe.Use only detergents or rinsing agentsrecommended for use in adishwasher, and keep them out ofthe reach of children.9 WARNINGRISK OF INJURY!To avoid risk of injury, alwaysuse caution when opening thedoor during or following a washcycle as hot water or steammay escape. Do not fully openthe door until water noises havestopped and steam hassubsided.9 CAUTIONWhen loading items to bewashed: Locate sharp items so theyare not likely to damage thedoor seal. Load knives and other sharputensils with their HANDLESUP to reduce the risk ofcut-type injuries. Do not wash plastic itemsunless they are marked“dishwasher safe” or theequivalent. For plastic itemsnot so marked, check themanufacturer’srecommendations. Do not operate yourdishwasher unless allenclosure panels are inplace. Do not tamper with oroverride controls andinterlocks.Do not abuse, sit or stand on thedoor or dish racks of the dishwasher.89 WARNINGCHILD SAFETY! To reduce risk of injury, donot allow children to play inor on the dishwasher. When children become oldenough to operate theappliance, it is theresponsibility of theparents/legal guardians toensure the children areinstructed in safe practicesby qualified persons.NSF/ANSI 184 Certified residentialdishwashers are not intended forlicensed food establishments.

9 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSREAD AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONSProper Care and MaintenanceRemove the dishwasher door to thewashing compartment whenremoving an old dishwasher forservice or discarding.To avoid floor damage and possiblemold growth, do not allow wet areasto remain around or under thedishwasher.Note: To avoid dishwasher damage,do not allow water to remain in yourdishwasher systems throughextended periods of freezingtemperatures. Freezing temperaturescan damage the water fill valve andpotentially other components of yourdishwasher.Proposition 65 Warning:This product may contain a chemicalknown to the State of California,which can cause cancer orreproductive harm. Therefore, thepackaging of your product may bearthe following label as required byCalifornia:67 7( 2) & /,)251, 352326,7,21 : 51,1*: 51,1*&DQFHU DQG 5HSURGXFWLYH DUP ZZZ 3 :DUQLQJV FD JRYNOTICEIt is highly recommended for the enduser to become familiar with theprocedure to shut off the incomingwater supply and the procedure toshut off the incoming power supply.See the Installation Instructions orcontact your installer for moreinformation.9

en-us Causes of Damageƒ Causes of DamageCauses of DamgeNOTICES 10Never use steam cleaningproducts to clean yourdishwasher. The manufacturer willnot be liable for the possibledamages or consequences.Bleach-based wipes can causestainless-steel doors and tubs torust.Using harsh chemicals(e.g. bleach), abrasive cleaners,scouring pads (metal or plastic),or abrasive cloths/paper towelscan damage your dishwasher’sexterior door panel, fascia paneland buttons.To avoid dishwasher damage, donot load the dishwasher withpaper products, plastic bags,packing materials or anythingother than normal, dishwashersafe dishware and kitchenware.

Getting Started en-us* Getting StartedGet i ng St ar t edAppliance overview %2Q2IIK PLQ 6WDUW6DQLWL]HG GG 5LQVH LG& 5HVHW VHF5HVHW VHF 11

en-us Getting StartedThe dotted lines show optionalfeatures which may or may not beincluded with your dishwasher.The numbers stated below refer tothe overview images on the previouspage of this manual.Operating panel([email protected]/Off buttonWash cycles**Digital displayDelay start buttonWash cycle options**Start buttonNote: Some of the wash cycles andoptions will vary by model.Dishwasher interiorcomponents1"1*121:1B1J1R1Z1b1j9"9*12Upper rackUpper spray armDetergent tab trayVent holeLower spray armFiltersSilverware basketLower rackRinse aid dispenserDetergent dispenserLock for detergent dispenserRating plateDisplay indicators‹:‹‹Cycle time remainingSanitizeLights up when sanitationrequirements are metAdd RinseAidLights up when rinse aid is lowClean *Lights up when dishes areclean--------* optional feature which may or maynot be included with yourdishwasher.

Getting Started en-usMenu overviewUse the function keys #, and3 to change the settings. Seeinstructions "1 Operating theDishwasher" on page 26The dishwasher has been preset withcertain settings for your convenience.You can change these factorysettings.SettingFactory setting Description§ Rinse aid§:‹†Amount of rinse aid affects drying.š:‹‹ / OffImproved drying for glasses and plasticware. :‹‹Dishwasher switches off automatically after washcycle is complete.§:‹‹ - §:‹‡š Intensive dryingš:‹‹ - š:‹‚ Auto power off :‹‹ - :‹ƒ--------13

en-us Rinse Aid, Rinse AidTo achieve proper drying, always usea liquid rinse aid, even if yourdetergent contains a rinse aid ordrying additive.Ri nse Ai d2. Add liquid rinse aid to thedispenser 1b until it is full. Donot overfill. Avoid spilling into airvent hole.Note: The dishwasher indicates lowrinse aid by turning on the Rinse Aidindicator. If this indicator lights up,you need to refill the rinse aiddispenser 1b by following thedirections below.PD[BJS WFOU Adding rinse aidNOTICETo avoid oversudsing or clogging, donot overfill the rinse aiddispenser 1b. Wipe up any spillswith a damp cloth.1. Open the rinse aid dispenser 1bby pressing on the latch of the lidand pull it open.3. Close the lid. Lid must be fullyclosed until it clicks in order toseal.4. Wipe up any excess rinse aid thatmay have puddled when thedispenser reservoir is full.The indicator light will go out a fewmoments after the dishwasher dooris shut.Tip: For easier pouring, remove lidfrom the rinse aid bottle.NOTICE 14Do not fill the rinse aid dispenser 1bwith detergent. Doing so will damagethe dishwasher.

Rinse Aid en-usSetting the amount of rinseaid usedTurning off rinse aidindicatorThe amount of rinse aid dispensedcan be set from §:‹‹ to §:‹‡. Thefactory setting is §:‹†.You should only change the setting ifstreaks remain on the dishes (lowerthe amount), or if dishes are notgetting dry enough (increase theamount).Proceed as described in the section“Setting the amount of rinse aidused” and set value to §:‹‹. Therinse aid indicator is now turned off.SettingAmount§:‹‹dispenser is OFF§:‹‚lowest setting§:‹ƒlow setting§:‹„medium setting§:‹ medium/high setting§:‹†high setting§:‹‡highest settingNOTICEUsing no rinse aid or setting thedispenser to §:‹‹ may result inlonger cycle times consuming moreenergy and water. The highertemperatures and longer cycle timescan damage fine china or glassware.1. Press the On/Off button (.2. Hold down the function key #and press the Start button Puntil the display 8 indicates :‹x or š:‹x (x can be anynumber). Release both buttons.3. Press the function key # untilthe display 8 shows §:‹†.4. Press the function key 3 toselect the desired setting.5. Press the Start button P tosave the setting.15

en-us Loading the Dishwasher- Loading theAcrylicCrazing or small cracksthroughout the acrylic, mayoccur.AdhesiveJoined PiecesAdhesives that join materials such as plastic, wood,bone, steel, copper, tin, etc.may loosen.Bone-HandledUtensilsHandles may separate.IronIron will rust. Hand washand dry immediately.Colored anodized aluminum may fade over time.Minerals in your water maycause the aluminum todarken or spot. This canusually be removed with asoap-filled steel wool pad.Non-DishwareItemsYour dishwasher is intendedfor use in cleaning ONLYstandard household dishware and kitchenware.Pewter, Brass,BronzeThese items will tarnish.Hand wash and dry immediately.Some hand-painted utensilsmay discolor, fade or spot.Hand wash these utensils.Position fragile glassware sothat it will not topple over orcome in contact with otherutensils during the washcycle.TinTin will stain. Hand washand dry immediately.WoodWooden bowls, woodenutensils and utensils withwooden handles can crack,warp and lose their finish.DishwasherLoadi ng t he Di shwasherNot RecommendedDishware materialNote: Before using your dishwasherfor the first time, check theinformation in this section. Someitems are not dishwasher-safe andshould be hand washed; othersrequire special loading.RecommendedAluminumChina, Crystal,StonewareGlassMake sure to use dishwasher-safe glass. Milkglass may discolor orbecome yellow.Non-stick CoatingsApply a light coating of vegetable oil to non-stick surfaces after drying.PlasticsMake sure the plasticware isdishwasher-safe.Stainless Steel,Sterling Silverand SilverPlatesLoad these so they do notcome in contact with othermetals, stainless steel dishwasher tub walls or theinner door.16

Loading the Dishwasher en-usLoading the racksFor best dishwashing results,observe the following when loadingthe dishwasher: Do not pre-wash items withloosely attached food soil. Remove all food particles, bones,toothpicks and excessive grease. Pre-treat items having burned-on,baked-on or starchy soils. Load dishes in the dishwasherracks so the insides of bowls,pots and pans are facing thespray arms. Avoid nesting and contact pointsbetween dishes. Separate items of dissimilarmetals. Use care to not blockmovement of the spray arms. Only wash household dishwareand kitchenware rated asdishwasher-safe.Refer to the Dishware Materialssection for more informationabout dishware suitability.NOTICETo avoid dishwasher damage, do notload the dishwasher with paperproducts, plastic bags, packingmaterials or anything other thannormal, dishwasher safe dishwareand kitchenware.Loading the lower rackPlace large items in the lowerrack 1Z. Load pots, pans and bowlsupside down. Do not block the venthole 1: with tall baking sheets.Load these items on the right side ofthe dishwasher.Loading patterns for lowerrackLower rack 1ZAlternate loading patternLoading the upper rackEnsure items do not protrude throughthe bottom of the racks and block thespray arms.Note: When pushing the upperrack 1" into the dishwasher, push ituntil it stops against the back of thetub so the upper rack sprayarm 1* connects to the watersupply at the back of the tub. Do notpush racks in using the door.17

en-us Loading the DishwasherAlternate loading pattern with potsand pansFor best results, load large itemsface down in the lower rack.Alternate loading patternAlternate loading pattern withstemwareLoading patterns for upperrack12 place setting suggested loadingpatternUse supports to load stemwareglasses in the upper rack.18

Loading the Dishwasher en-usLoading the silverwarebasketPlace knives and sharp utensils withtheir handles up and forks andspoons with their handles down. Iflarge or oddly-shaped items areloaded in the silverware basket, besure they do not nest together.9 WARNINGRISK OF INJURY!The sharp points and edges ofknives and other sharp utensilscan cause serious injury. Loadknives and other sharp utensilswith edges down. Do not allowchildren to handle or play nearknives and sharp utensils.Suggested loading patterns 1234567 Salad forkTeaspoonDinner forkKnifeTablespoonServing spoonServing fork Silverware basket Note: The silverware basket lid mayalso be folded downward in order toleave the basket open.19

en-us Loading the DishwasherUnloading the dishwasher9 CAUTIONDishes can be very hotimmediately after cycle ends.Open the door slightly and allowdishes to cool for a few minutesbefore unloading.Note: Dishes are more likely to chipwhen unloading before cooling.When unloading the dishwasher, toprevent water from dripping onto drydishes, unload the lowerrack 1Z first. Next, unload thesilverware basket 1R followed bythe upper rack 1", and then thethird rack (if equipped).Adjustable Upper RackIf desired, the height of the upperrack can be adjusted toaccommodate larger items in thelower rack.1. Pull the empty upper rack 1"out, tilt it up, and pull it all the wayout until it is free of the rollerguides.202. Re-insert the rack with the otherset of roller guides as shownbelow.

Loading the Dishwasher en-usRack accessoriesFlip tines*The upper and lower rack are fittedwith flip tines that can be foldeddown depending on what you mayneed to load in the rack.Lower rack flip tines: To fold down,pull flip tine gently forward andrelease it from the notch. Push theflip tine downward. To fold up, pushflip tines into an upright position untilthe holder engages in the notch. Cup shelvesThe cup shelves can be used forsmall cups or for serving utensils.They also serve as stemwaresupports.Utility rack *Long knives and other utensils canbe placed on the utility rack.Upper rack flip tines: To fold down,push flip tines downward with gentlepressure. To fold up, push flip tinesinto an upright position until theholder engages in the notch.* optional feature which may or maynot be included with yourdishwasher.* optional feature which may or maynot be included with yourdishwasher.21

en-us Detergent. DetergentUse only detergent specificallydesigned for dishwashers. For bestresults, use fresh powdereddishwashing detergent or detergenttabs.Det er gentNOTICETo avoid damage to dishwasher ordishware: Do not use hand dishwashingproducts in your dishwasher. Do not use too much detergent ifyour water is soft. Using too muchdetergent with soft water maycause etching in glassware andfine china. To best protect glassware, use awash cycle with low temperaturesor a specific glass-care cycle(depending on the model) anduse a detergent that includes etchprotection.This dishwasher uses less water thanmost, therefore, less detergent isrequired. With soft water,1 tablespoon (15 ml) of detergentwill clean most loads. The detergentdispenser cup has lines that measuredetergent to 1 tablespoon (15 ml)and 1.75 tablespoons (25 ml).3 tablespoons (45 ml) of detergentwill completely fill the detergentdispenser.Note: If you do not know thehardness of your water supply, use15 ml of detergent. Increase theamount if necessary to the leastamount required to get yourkitchenware clean.Use the measuring lines in thedetergent dispenser cup as a guideto measure the amount of detergentrecommended in the following table.Wash CycleHard Water/Heavy SoilMedium Water/Medium SoilSoft Water/Little SoilHeavy3 tbsp(45 ml)3 tbsp(45 ml)1.75 - 3 tbsp(25 - 45 ml)Auto1.75 - 3 tbsp(25 - 45 ml)1.75 tbsp(25 ml)1 - 1.75 tbsp(15 - 25 ml)Normal1.75 - 3 tbsp(25 - 45 ml)1.75 tbsp(25 ml)1 - 1.75 tbsp(15 - 25 ml)Delicate1.75 tbsp(25 ml)1 - 1.75 tbsp(15 - 25 ml)1 tbsp(15 ml)Speed60 1.75 tbsp(25 ml)1 - 1.75 tbsp(15 - 25 ml)1 tbsp(15 ml)Rinsenonenonenone22

Detergent en-usAdding detergent1. If the detergent dispenser 1j isstill closed, push the button 9"to open it.Note: Make sure the detergentPD[ WEVS PO WEVS PO WEVS POdispenser is dry and clear ofdetergent residue.Dosage: see manufacturer’sinstructions on the packaging.3. Close the lid by placing the fingeron the lid as shown. Slide the lidclosed until it clicks.2. When using detergent tabs, laythem such that they do not comein contact with the cover, insert adetergent tab flat, not on its side.&/,&.Note: Do not place detergenttabs or utensils in the detergenttab tray 12. Place tabs or otherdetergent forms directly in thedetergent dispenser 1j.The detergent dispenser will openautomatically at the ideal time forthe set cycle. The powder or liquiddetergent is distributed in theappliance and is dissolved,detergent tabs will fall into thedetergent tab tray 12 where itdissolves during the cycle.Pour detergent into the drydetergent dispenser 1j only.Add detergent. Do not overfill thedetergent dispenser.Tip: If the dishware is only lightlysoiled, slightly less than the indicatedamount of detergent is usuallyadequate.23

en-us Dishwasher Cycles/ Dishwasher CyclesDi shwasher Cycl esWash cycleRecommended usePossible wash cycle optionHeavyBest for cleaning items with baked-onfood or grease. These dishes would normally require soaking or hand scouring.allAutoSmartest cycle, with most flexible soilallsensing, which is ideal for mixed dishwareand food soils.NormalRecommended for daily, regular or typical all(see note at bot- use to completely wash a full load of nor- Note: In order to obtain optimal pertom of table)mally soiled dishes.formance with minimum energy consumption, it is recommended todisable all available options and settings, except Auto Power Off - set to :‹‚DelicateBest for delicate dishes and glasses. This Delaycycle lowers temperature and cyclelength to protect dishes and decreaseenergy usage.Speed60 Cleans freshly soiled dishes with easy toremove soils.This cycle reduces cycle time while stillincluding drying.DelayRinseUse this cycle if you need to pre-rinsedishes to avoid odors. Place unrinseddishes inside the dishwasher and selectthe Rinse cycle. Uses less water thanhand rinsing and very low energy.DelayNote: The Energy Guide label was based on the Normal soil sensing cycle asfollows: The unit was tested without any rinse aid (liquid) in the rinse aiddispenser 1b. A single dose of detergent was inserted into the detergentdispenser 1j, with no detergent being used in the prewash. The unit was notsubjected to truncated testing per the definitions in the test procedure. Werecommend that dish loads such as the one in the energy certification testhave the rack position set in the highest position.24

Dishwasher Cycle Options en-usUsing the Sanitize option may alsoimprove drying. The cycle time andenergy usage may be increased.0 Dishwasher CycleOptionsDi shwasher Cycl e Opt i onsWash Cycle InformationDelayTo save energy, this dishwasher hasEcoSense where the sensors in thedishwasher automatically adjust thecycle length, temperature and waterchanges based on the amount offood soil and the incoming watertemperature. The “Smart Control”makes decisions that can cause thecycle time and water usage to adjustintermittently. Wash cycle times arebased on 120 F (49 C) watersupply. If your household watersupply is different than 120 F(49 C), your dishwasher’s cycletimes may be impacted.Allows you to delay the start time ofyour dishwasher up to 24 hours.Sanitize *Increases the temperatures andretains them for an extra long time toobtain a defined disinfectingperformance. Continuous use of thisfunction increases the hygiene status.This additional option is ideal forcleaning items such as choppingboards and baby bottles.HeavyAutoNormalDelicateSpeed60 Half LoadCycle timemin.110 -130115 -130130 -13580 - 85Water 7/11.3-21.53 - 4.44.5/11.2- 16.5 172.9 - 4.611.1- 17.4Wash temp. F/ -50127/53126-15152-66Rinse temp. F/ Cycle timemin.120-140135-150150-155N/AN/A115 -135Water 7/11.3-21.5N/AN/A2.9 - 4.611.1- 17.4Rinse temp. F/ e: Only sanitizing cycles have been designed to meet the requirements ofSection 6 of the NSF/ANSI Standard for Residential Equipment for soil removaland sanitization efficacy. There is no intention, either directly or indirectly, toimply that all cycles have passed sanitization performance tests.25

en-us Operating the Dishwasher1 Operating theDishwasherOper at i ng t he Di shwasher9 WARNINGRISK OF INJURY!To avoid risk of injury, alwaysuse caution when opening thedoor during or following a washcycle as hot water or steammay escape. Do not fully openthe door until water noises havestopped and steam hassubsided.Protection againstunintentional operationYour dishwasher is equipped with afunction that helps to preventunintentional operation (e.g. bychildren).After starting the dishwasher, thedishwasher door has to be closedwithin 4 seconds, otherwise theoperation will be paused. There willbe a signal on the control paneladvising you to press the Start buttonagain and close the door.This function will be activated when: pressing Start to begin a washcycle setting Delay time and pressingStart opening the door while Delay timeis active opening the door during a washcycle.Note: This function cannot bedeactivated.26AquaSensorThe AquaSensor is an opticalmeasuring device which measuresthe cleanliness of the rinse water.The AquaSensor is used accordingto the wash cycle. If the AquaSensoris active, “clean” rinse water can betransferred to the next rinse andwater consumption can be reducedby 0.8–1-5 gal (3–6 liters). If therinse water is not yet clear, the wateris drained and is replaced with freshwater. In the automatic wash cyclesthe temperature and running timecan also be adjusted to the degree ofsoiling.Switching the appliance on1. Turn the water supply on fully.2. Press the On/Off button (.The AUTO wash cycle has beenpreset as a default whenever theappliance starts. This wash cycleremains selected if no other washcycle button 0 is pressed.Select any desired option.3. Press Start button P.Wash cycle sequence starts.Note: Your dishwasher is protectedagainst unintentional operation. If theappliance door remains open formore than 4 seconds after pressingthe Start button, the operation will bepaused. Close the appliance doorand press the Start button P again.Time displayWhen a wash cycle is selected theremaining wash cycle time is shownon the display 8.The wash cycle time is determinedduring the wash cycle by the watertemperature, the amount of dishes,as well as the degree of soiling andmay vary (depending on the selectedwash cycle).

Operating the Dishwasher en-usDelay startYou can delay the start of the cycle inone hour increments up to 24 hours.œ:‹‚ 1 hour delayœ:ƒ 24 hours delayTo set Delay start:1. Press On/Off button (. Select acycle.2. Press Delay button @ until thedisplayed time corresponds withyour requirements.3. Press Start button P to activateDelay start.To cancel Delay start:1. Press Delay button @ until œ:‹‹is indicated on the digitaldisplay 8.2. Press Start button P to savesetting.Note: Your dishwasher is protectedagainst unintentional operation. If theappliance door remains open formore than 4 seconds after pressingthe Start button, the operation will bepaused. Close the appliance doorand press the Start button P again.Wash cycle endThe wash cycle has ended when thedisplay 8 reads ‹:‹‹.Auto power offThis setting determines the length oftime the control panel staysilluminated after the cycle iscomplete. To save energy therecommended setting is :‹‚.This setting can be adjusted from :‹‹ to :‹ƒ. :‹‹ dishwasher does not turn offautomatically :‹‚ dishwasher turns offautomatically after 1 minute :‹ƒ dishwasher turns offautomatically after120 minutes (2 hours)To change the setting:1. Press the On/Off button (.2. Hold down the function key #and press the Start button Puntil the display 8 indicatesš:‹x (x can be any number).3. Release both buttons.4. Press the function key # untilthe display 8 indicates :‹x.5. Press the function key 3 untilthe display corresponds with yourrequirements.6. Press the Start button P.Switching off the applianceShort time after the end of the washcycle:1. Press On/Off button (.2. Remove the dishes when theyhave cooled down.9 WARNINGRISK OF INJURY!To avoid risk of injury, alwaysuse caution when opening thedoor during or following a washcycle as hot water or steammay escape. Do not fully openthe door until water noises havestopped and steam hassubsided.27

en-us Operating the DishwasherInterrupting the wash cycle9 CAUTIONExpansion (overpressure) maycause the appliance door toopen and/or water to escape! Ifthe door was opened on anappliance which has a hot waterconnection or is heated, alwaysleave the door ajar for severalminutes and then close.1. Press On/Off button (.The LED’s go out. The wash cycleis saved.2. To continue the wash cycle, closethe door and press On/Off button( again.Note: Your dishwasher is protectedagainst unintentional operation. If theappliance door remains open formore than 4 seconds after pressingthe Start button, the operation will bepaused. Close the appliance doorand press the Start button P again.Terminating the wash cycle(Reset)1. Press and hold Start button Pfor approximately 3 seconds untilthe display reads ‹:‹‚.2. Wait about 1 minute while thedishwasher drains.3. Press On/Off button (.You may now power the dishwasherback on and begin a ne

This dishwasher is provided with Installation Instructions and this Use and Care Manual. Read and understand all instructions before using the dishwasher. This dishwasher is intended for use up to a maximum altitude of 13,000 ft (4,000 meters) above sea level. To reduce the risk of fire, el