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ausTable of contents1 Safety . 41.1 General information. 41.2 Intended use. 41.3 Restriction on user group. 41.4 Safe installation . 51.5 Safe use . 61.6 Damaged appliance . 71.7 Risk to children . 81.8 Safety systems . 92 Preventing material damage . 102.1 Safe installation . 102.2 Safe use . 103 Childproof lock. 103.1 Door lock. 114 Environmental protection andsaving energy. 114.1 Disposing of packaging . 114.2 Saving energy. 124.3 AquaSensor. 125 Installation and connection. 125.1 Scope of supply . 125.2 Installing and connecting theappliance . 125.3 Drainage connection . 135.4 Drinking water connection . 135.5 Electrical connection . 136 Familiarising yourself withyour appliance. 146.1 Appliance . 146.2 Controls . 157 Programmes . 187.1 Information for test institute. 197.2 Favourite . 208 Additional functions . 20129 Features. 209.1 Top basket . 219.2 Bottom basket . 219.3 Cutlery basket . 219.4 Etagere . 229.5 Basket heights. 2210 Before using for thefirst time. 2210.1 Making settings for initialstart-up. 2211 Rinse aid system. 2311.1 Rinse aid . 2311.2 Setting the amount of rinseaid. 2311.3 Switching the rinse aid system off . 2412 Detergent . 2412.1 Suitable detergents . 2412.2 Unsuitable detergents . 2512.3 Information on detergents . 2512.4 Adding detergent . 2613 Tableware . 2613.1 Damage to glass and tableware. 2713.2 Arrange tableware . 2713.3 Removing tableware. 2814 Basic operation . 2814.1 Opening appliance door . 2814.2 Switching on the appliance . 2914.3 Setting a programme . 2914.4 Setting additional functions . 2914.5 Setting timer programming1 . 2914.6 Starting the programme . 2914.7 Interrupting programme . 3014.8 Terminate programme. 3014.9 Switching off appliance . 30Depending on the appliance specifications

aus15 Basic settings. 3115.1 Overview of basic settings . 3116 Home Connect . 3216.1 Home Connect quick start . 3316.2 Home Connect settings. 3316.3 Remote Start. 3316.4 Remote Diagnostics . 3416.5 Software update . 3416.6 Data protection. 3417 Cleaning and servicing . 3417.1 Cleaning the tub . 3417.2 Cleaning products . 3517.3 Tips on appliance care. 3517.4 Machine Care. 3517.5 Filter system . 3617.6 Cleaning spray arms . 3718 Troubleshooting. 3819 Transportation, storage anddisposal . 4719.1 Removing the appliance . 4719.2 Protect appliance from frost. 4819.3 Transporting the appliance . 4819.4 Disposing of old appliance . 4820 Customer Service. 4920.1 Product number (E-Nr.),production number (FD)and consecutive numbering(Z-Nr.) . 4920.2 AQUA-STOP guarantee . 4921 Technical specifications. 5021.1 Information regarding Freeand Open Source Software. 5021.2 Declaration of Conformity. 503

ausSafety1 SafetyPlease read the safety information to ensure that you use the appliance safely.1.1 General informationYou can find general information about this instruction manualhere.¡ Read this instruction manual carefully. Only this will ensure youuse the appliance safely and efficiently.¡ Follow the safety instructions and warnings.¡ Keep the instruction manual and the product information safefor future reference or for the next owner.¡ Check the appliance after unpacking it. Do not connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transit.1.2 Intended useRead the information on intended use to ensure that you use theappliance correctly and safely.Only use this appliance:¡ For cleaning household tableware.¡ In private households and in enclosed spaces in a domestic environment.¡ Up to an altitude of max. 4000 m above sea level.1.3 Restriction on user groupAvoid risks to children and vulnerable persons.This appliance may be used by children aged 8 or over and bypeople who have reduced physical, sensory or mental abilities orinadequate experience and/or knowledge, provided that they aresupervised or have been instructed on how to use the appliancesafely and have understood the resulting dangers.Children must not play with the appliance.Cleaning and user maintenance must not be performed by children unless they are being supervised.4

SafetyausKeep children under the age of 8 years away from the applianceand power cable.1.4 Safe installationFollow these safety instructions when installing the appliance.WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!Improper installation may cause injury. When installing and connecting the appliance, follow the instructions in the manual and installation instructions.WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!Improper installation is dangerous. Connect and operate the appliance only in accordance with thespecifications on the rating plate. Connect the appliance to a power supply with alternating current only via a properly installed socket with earthing. The protective conductor system of the domestic electrical installation must be properly installed. Never equip the appliance with an external switching device,e.g. a timer or remote control. When the appliance is installed, the mains plug of the powercord must be freely accessible. If free access is not possible, anall-pole isolating switch must be installed in the permanent electrical installation according to the installation regulations. When installing the appliance, check that the power cable is nottrapped or damaged.Cutting through the supply hose or immersing the Aqua-Stopvalve in water is dangerous. Never immerse the plastic housing in water. The plastic housingon the supply hose contains an electric valve. Never cut through the supply hose. The supply hose containselectric power cables.WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!It is dangerous to use an extended power cord and non-approvedadapters. Do not use extension cables or multiple socket strips.5

ausSafety If the power cord is too short, contact Customer Service. Only use adapters approved by the manufacturer.WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!If the appliance is not installed properly, this may result in burns. With free-standing appliances, ensure that they are installed withthe back panel against a wall.1.5 Safe useWARNING ‒ Risk of serious harm to health!Failure to comply with safety instructions and directions for use onpackagings of detergent and rinse aid products may cause serious harm to health. Follow the safety instructions and directions for use on thepackagings of detergent and rinse aid products.WARNING ‒ Risk of explosion!Adding solvents to the interior of the appliance may cause explosions. Never add solvents to the interior of the appliance.Highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic cleaning agents in conjunction with aluminium parts in the interior of the appliance maycause explosions. Never use highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic cleaningagents, in particular commercial or industrial products, in conjunction with aluminium parts (e.g. grease filters of extractorhoods or aluminium pans), e.g. for the Machine Care programme.WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!Leaving the appliance door open may result in injury. Only open the appliance door to load or unload tableware in order to prevent accidents, e.g. through tripping. Do not sit or stand on the appliance door when open.6

SafetyausKnives and utensils with sharp points can cause injuries. Arrange knives and utensils with sharp points in the cutlery basket with the points downwards, on the knife shelf or in the cutlery drawer.WARNING ‒ Risk of scalding!If you open the appliance door while the programme is running,hot water may splash out of the appliance. Open the appliance door carefully if the programme is still running.WARNING ‒ Risk of tipping!Overfilling the Baskets may cause the appliance to tip up. Never overfill the Baskets with free-standing appliances.WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. Only use the appliance in enclosed spaces. Never expose the appliance to intense heat or humidity. Do not use steam- or high-pressure cleaners to clean the appliance.If the insulation of the power cord is damaged, this is dangerous. Never let the power cord come into contact with hot applianceparts or heat sources. Never let the power cord come into contact with sharp points oredges. Never kink, crush or modify the power cord.1.6 Damaged applianceFollow the safety instructions if the appliance is damaged.WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!If the appliance or the power cord is damaged, this is dangerous. Never operate a damaged appliance. Never operate an appliance with a cracked or fractured surface. Never pull on the power cord to unplug the appliance. Alwaysunplug the appliance at the mains.7

ausSafety If the appliance or the power cord is damaged, immediately unplug the power cord or switch off the fuse in the fuse box andturn off the water tap. Call Customer Service. Page 49 Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trainedspecialist staff.Improper repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trainedspecialist staff. Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance. If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced with a special connection cable, which is available fromthe manufacturer or his Customer Service.1.7 Risk to childrenFollow the safety instructions if there are children in your home.WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation!Children may put packaging material over their heads or wrapthemselves up in it and suffocate. Keep packaging material away from children. Do not let children play with packaging material.Children may breathe in or swallow small parts, causing them tosuffocate. Keep small parts away from children. Do not let children play with small parts.WARNING ‒ Risk of harm to health!Children can lock themselves in the appliance, thereby puttingtheir lives at risk. With redundant appliances, unplug the power cord. Then cutthrough the cord and damage the lock on the appliance doorbeyond repair so that the appliance door will no longer close.8

SafetyausWARNING ‒ Risk of crushing!With higher-level appliances, children can become crushedbetween the appliance door and cabinet doors underneath. Keep an eye on children when opening and closing the appliance door.WARNING ‒ Risk of chemical burns!Rinse aid and detergent may cause chemical burns to the mouth,throat and eyes. Keep children away from detergent and rinse aid products. Keep children away from the appliance when open. The water inthe interior of the dishwasher is not drinking water. It may contain residues of detergents and rinse aid.WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!Children may get their fingers caught in the slots of the tablet collecting tray and injure themselves. Keep children away from the appliance when open.WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation!Children may become trapped in the appliance and suffocate. Use the childproof lock if fitted. Never let children play with or operate the appliance.1.8 Safety systemsProtect children from possible hazards resulting from the appliance.The appliance is equipped with a Childproof lock Page 10.9

ausPreventing material damagePreventing material damage2 Preventing materialdamagePreventing material damage2.1 Safe installationFollow the instructions when installingthe appliance.ATTENTION!Improper installation of the appliancemay cause damage. If the dishwasher is installed aboveor below other domestic appliances, follow the information on installation in combination with adishwasher in the installation instructions for the individual appliances. If there is no information or if theinstallation instructions do not include the relevant information, contact the manufacturer of these appliances to check that the dishwasher can be installed above orbelow these appliances. If no information is available fromthe manufacturer, the dishwashershould not be installed above orbelow such appliances. To ensure the safe operation of alldomestic appliances, continue following the installation instructionsfor the dishwasher. Do not install the dishwasher under a hob. Do not install the dishwasher nearheat sources, e.g. radiators, heatstorage tanks, ovens or other appliances that generate heat.Modified or damaged water hosesmay result in material damage anddamage to the appliance. Never kink, crush, modify or cutthrough water hoses. Only use the water hoses suppliedwith the appliance or genuinespare hoses.10 Never re-use water hoses thathave been used before.If the water pressure is too high ortoo low, this may impair functioningof the appliance. Make sure that the water pressurein the water supply system is min.50 kPa (0,5 bar) and max.1000 kPa (10 bar). If the water pressure exceeds themaximum value specified, a pressure-reducing valve must be installed between the drinking waterconnection and the hose set of theappliance.2.2 Safe useFollow the instructions when usingthe appliance.ATTENTION!Escaping water vapour can damagefitted units. When the programme ends, leavethe appliance to cool down for awhile before opening the door.Unsuitable cleaning agents may damage the appliance. Do not use a steam cleaner. So as not to scratch the finish onthe appliance, do not use spongeswith a rough surface or abrasivecleaning agents. To prevent corrosion, do not usesponge cloths on dishwashers witha stainless steel front or rinse suchcloths thoroughly several times before using them for the first time.Childproof lock3 Childproof lockThe childproof lock lets you protectchildren from possible hazards resulting from the appliance.The appliance is equipped with adoor lock.Childproof lock

Environmental protection and saving energyaus2. Push the catch of the childproof3.1 Door locklock to the rightbackwards .The door lock is a mechanical safetysystem and makes it more difficult toopen the appliance door.You can activate or deactivate thedoor lock.1WARNINGRisk of suffocation!Children may become trapped in theappliance and thus suffocate. Activate the door lock and closethe appliance door. "Opening appliance door",Page 28and slide it23. Close the appliance door.Activating the door lockNote: The door lock remains activated until it is deactivated manually.1. Open the appliance door.2. Pull the catch of the childprooflock forwardsand close the appliance door .Environmental protection and saving energy4 Environmental protection and saving energyHelp protect the environment by using your appliance in a way that conserves resources and by disposing ofreusable materials properly.Environmental protection and saving energy4.1 Disposing of packaging12The packaging materials are environmentally compatible and can be recycled. Sort the individual components bytype and dispose of them separately.Information about current disposalmethods are available from yourspecialist dealer or local authority.Deactivating the door lock1. Open the appliance door.11

ausInstallation and connectionUse the Eco Wash programme.a The Eco Wash programme is energy-efficient and environmentallyfriendly. "Programmes", Page 18marks on the appliance. Thesemarks will disappear after the firstwash cycle.The delivery consists of the following:¡ Dishwasher¡ Operating instructions¡ Installation Instructions¡ Warranty¡ Installation material¡ Mains cable4.3 AquaSensor5.2 Installing and connectingthe appliance4.2 Saving energyIf you follow these instructions, yourappliance will use less electricity andless water.The AquaSensor is an optical measuring device (light barrier) whichmeasures the turbidity of the rinsingwater. You can save water with theAquaSensor.Use of the AquaSensor depends onthe programme. If the soiling level ishigh, the rinsing water is drained offand replaced with fresh water. If thesoiling level is lower, the rinsing water is used in the next wash cycle, soreducing water consumption by 3-6litres. In the automatic programmesthe temperature and run time are additionally adjusted to the level of soiling.Installation and connection5 Installation and connectionInstallation and connection5.1 Scope of supplyAfter unpacking all parts, check forany damage in transit and completeness of the delivery.If you have any complaints, contactthe dealer who sold you the appliance or our Customer Service.Note: The appliance has been testedat the factory to check it is in workingorder. It is possible that water has left12You can position your built-under orintegrable appliance in a fitted kitchen between wooden and plasticwalls. If you subsequently install yourdishwasher as a free-standing appliance, you must stop it from tippingover, e.g. by screwing it to the wall orinstalling it under a continuous worktop that is securely connected to adjacent cabinets.1. Follow the safety instructions. Page 42. Follow the instructions for electricalconnection.3. Check the Scope of supply andthe condition of the appliance.4. Consult the installation instructionsfor the installation dimensions required.5. Make the appliance level using theheight-adjustable feet.Make sure that the appliance isstanding on the floor securely.6. Install the drainage connection. Page 137. Install the drinking water connection. Page 138. Connect the appliance to thepower supply.

Installation and connection aus5.3 Drainage connection5.5 Electrical connectionConnect your appliance to drainageconnection so dirty water is discharged via the wash cycle.Connect your appliance to the powersupply.Installing the drainage connection1. Consult the installation instructionssupplied for the steps requiredhere.2. Connect the wastewater hose tothe outlet connection of the siphonusing the enclosed parts.3. When doing so, check that thewastewater hose is not kinked,crushed or twisted.4. Also check that there is no coverin the drainage system preventingthe wastewater from being discharged.5.4 Drinking water connectionConnecting the appliance to theelectricity supplyNotes¡ Follow the Safety instructions Page 5.¡ Please note that the water safetysystem is only functional if there isa power supply.1. Insert the non-heating applianceplug of the power cable into theappliance.2. Insert the mains plug of the appliance into a nearby socket.The connection data for the appliance can be found on the ratingplate.3. Check that the mains plug is inserted properly.Connect your appliance to a drinkingwater connection.Installing the drinking waterconnectionNote¡ If you are replacing the appliance,you must use a new water supplyhose.1. Consult the installation instructionssupplied for the steps requiredhere.2. Connect the appliance to the drinking water connection using the enclosed parts.Observe the Technical data.3. When doing so, check that thedrinking water connection is notkinked, crushed or twisted.13

ausFamiliarising yourself with your applianceFamiliarising yourself with your appliance6 Familiarising yourself with your applianceFamiliarising yourself with your appliance6.1 ApplianceYou can find an overview of the parts of your appliance here.6758493101121Rating plate with E number and FD number Page 49.The data you need for Customer Service Page 49.Depending on the appliance specifications1114Rating plate

Familiarising yourself with your appliance2Detergent dispenser34Bottom basket5Tablet collecting tray678Top basketThe lower spray arm washes the tableware in the bottom basket.If the tableware has not been washedproperly, clean the spray arms. "Cleaning spray arms", Page 37During the wash cycle tablets automatically fall out of the detergent dispenser intothe tablet collecting tray where they canfully dissolve.Top basketCutlery shelf1Cutlery shelf Page 22Upper spray armFilter systemThe upper spray arm washes the tableware in the top basket.If the tableware has not been washedproperly, clean the spray arms. "Cleaning spray arms", Page 37Filter system Page 36Cutlery basketCutlery basket Page 21910111ausLower spray armDetergent Page 24 is added to the detergent dispenser.Bottom basket Page 21Dispenser for rinse aidAdd rinse aid to the dispenser for rinseaid. "Rinse aid system", Page 23Depending on the appliance specifications6.2 ControlsYou can use the control panel to configure all functions of your appliance andto obtain information about the operating status.With some buttons you can perform different functions.15

ausFamiliarising yourself with your appliance1 234 5 6 78A B C13 12 11 10 91ON/OFF buttonbutton234567Programme buttonSwitching on the appliance Page 29Switching off the appliance Page 30Terminating the programme Page 30ProgrammesProgrammesProgrammesRinse aid refill indicatorRinse aid system Page 23WLAN displayHome Connect Page 32Water supply displayDisplay for water supply89Start button1011and resetbuttonIf you pressfor approx. 3seconds, you can open the basic settings.Starting the programme Page 29Programme buttons and addi- Programmestional functionsAdditional functions Page 20Remote Start "Remote Start", Page 33Timer programming1Setting timer programming Page 29Programme sequence display The programme sequence display12shows the current cycle of the appliance, e.g. washing, rinsing or drying.1Depending on the appliance specifications16

Familiarising yourself with your applianceDoor opener1Opening the appliance door Page 28Depending on the appliance specifications131aus17

ausProgrammesProgrammes7 ProgrammesYou can find an overview of the programmes that can be selected here.Different programmes, which can befound on the control panel of yourappliance, are available dependingon the appliance configuration.The running time may vary depending on the programme selected. Therunning time depends on the watertemperature, the quantity of tableware, the level of soiling and the AdProgrammesProgrammePots / PansAuto Wash18ditional function Page 20 selected. The running time will change ifthe rinse aid system is switched offor rinse aid needs to be added.The programme data is based on values measured in the laboratory according to AS/NZS 2007. Different influencing factors such as water temperature or pipe pressure may resultin deviations.Consumption val- Useues1) Duration inhrs:mins2) Energy consumption in kWh3) Water consumption in litres¡ 1) 2:10 - 2:15Tableware:¡ Pots and pans,¡ 2) 1,350 non-fragile1,400tableware and¡ 3) 10,5 - 13,5cutleryLevel of soiling:¡ Stubbornburned ordried-on foodremnants containing starchand protein¡ 1) 2:00 - 3:00Tableware:¡ Mixed table¡ 2) 0,950 ware and cut1,450lery¡ 3) 9,2 - 15,5Level of soiling:¡ Commonhousehold foodremnants lightlydried onProgramme sequenceIntensive:¡ Pre-Rinse¡ Cleaning 70 C¡ Intermediaterinse¡ Final rinse69 C¡ DryingSensor-controlled:¡ Optimised bysensors depending on thesoiling level ofthe washing water

ProgrammesProgrammeEco WashQuick 1hMachine CareFavouriteConsumption val- Useues1) Duration inhrs:mins2) Energy consumption in kWh3) Water consumption in litres¡ 1) 2:55Tableware:¡ Mixed table¡ 2) 0,690ware and cut¡ 3) 12,7leryLevel of soiling:¡ Normally soiledload¡ 1) 1:00¡ 2) 1,200¡ 3) 10,01) 2:102) 1,4503) 15,01) 0:15 - 0:152) 0,050 0,050¡ 3) 4,0 - 4,0¡¡¡¡¡7.1 Information for test instituteTest institutes can request the conditions for comparison tests, e.g. according to AS/NZS2007, by sendingan e-mail to [email protected] are the conditions for conducting the tests, however not the resultsor consumption values.ausProgramme sequenceMost economicalprogramme:¡ Pre-Rinse¡ Cleaning 45 C¡ Intermediaterinse¡ Final rinse - C¡ DryingTableware:Time-optimised:¡ Mixed table¡ Cleaning 65 Cware and cut¡ Intermediateleryrinse¡Final rinseLevel of soiling:69 C¡ Common¡Dryinghousehold foodremnants lightlydried onUse only if appliMachine Careance is unloaded. 70 C--The product number (E-Nr.) and theproduction number (FD) are requiredhere. They can be found on the rating plate on the appliance door.Open ajar using a block of approximately 100 mm upon completion ofdry test.19

ausAdditional functions7.2 FavouriteAdditionalfunctionYou can save a combination of a programme and an additional function tothebutton.You can save the programme via theHome Connect app.The pre-rinse program is saved tothis button at the factory. Pre-rinse issuitable for all types of tableware.The tableware undergoes intermediate cleaning via cold rinsing.Tip: You can use the Home Connectapp to download additional programmes and save them to thebutton.1HygienePlusAdditional functions8 Additional functionsYou can find an overview of the additional functions that can be selectedhere. Different additional functions,which can be found on the controlpanel of your appliance, are availabledepending on the appliance configuration.Additional functionsAdditionalfunctionUse¡ The run time isshortened by 15%SpeedPerfectto 75% dependingon the rinse programme.¡ The additionalfunction can beactivated beforethe start of theprogramme and atany time when theprogramme is running.¡ Energy and waterconsumption areincreased.120Extra DryUse¡ To ensure ahigher hygienestatus for the appliance and tableware, the temperature is raised andmaintained for anextra-long period.¡ Especially suitablefor cleaning chopping boards orbaby bottles.¡ Continuous use ofthis function increases the hygiene status.¡ This will increasethe run time andenergy consumption.¡ For a better dryingresult the finalrinse temperatureis increased andthe drying phaseextended.¡ Especially suitablefor drying plasticparts.¡ There is a slightincrease in energyconsumption andthe run time is extended.Features9 FeaturesYou can find an overview of the possible features of your appliance andhow to use them here.These features depend on the modelof your appliance.FeaturesDepending on the appliance specifications

Featuresaus9.1 Top basketArrange cups and glasses in the topbasket.9.3 Cutlery basketArrange cutlery in the cutlery basket,always without sorting it and with thesharp points downwards.9.2 Bottom basketArrange pans and plates in the bottom basket.aCutlery basket 1Large plates up to a diameter of31 cm can be arranged in the bottombasket as shown.1Depending on the appliance specifications21

ausBefore using for the first time9.4 EtagereUse the cutlery shelf and space underneath for small cups and glassesor for large items of cutlery, e.g.cooking spoons or serving cutlery.If you do not need the cutlery shelf,you can fold it up.9.5 Basket heightsSet the baskets at the right height.Appliance height 81.5 cm with cutlery basketSetting1 max. ø2 max. ø3 max. øTop basket22 cm24.5 cm27 cmBefore using for the first time10 Before using for thefirst timeConfigure the settings for initial startup.Before using for the first time10.1 Making settings for initial start-upOn initial start-up or after a reset tothe factory settings, you will need tomake settings.Tip: Connect your appliance to a mobile device. You can convenientlychange all settings via theHome Connect app. "Home Connect quick start",Page 3322Bottom basket31 cm27.5 cm25 cmRequirement: The appliance hasbeen installed and connected. Page 121. Add rinse aid. Page 232. Switch on the appliance. Page 293. Set the amount of rinse aid to bedispensed. Page 234. Add detergent Page 24.5. Start the Programme with thehighest cleaning temperature Page 18 without tableware.To remove any marks from wateror other residues, we recommendyou operate the appliance withouttableware before using it for thefirst time.

Rinse aid systemTip: You can change this setting andother Basic settings Page 31 atany time again.aus2. Add rinse aid up to the max mark.Rinse aid system11 Rinse aid systemYou can use the rinse aid systemand rinse aid to get tableware andglasses rinsed perfectly withoutmarks.Rinse aid system11.1 Rinse aidFor optimum drying results, use rinseaid.Only use rinse aid for domestic dishwashers.Adding rinse aidIf the rinse aid refill indicator lightsup, top up with rinse aid. Only userinse aid for domestic dishwashers.1. Press the catch on the lid of thedispenser for rinse aidand lift .21max3. If rinse aid spills out, remove itfrom the tub.Spilled rinse aid can cause excessive frothing during the washcycle.4. Close the lid of the dispenser forrinse aid.a The lid clicks into position.11.2 Setting the amount ofrinse aidIf there are streaks

tions in the manual and installation instructions. WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock! Improper installation is dangerous. Connect and operate the appliance only in accordance with the specifications on the rating plate. Connect the appliance to a power supply with alternating cur