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Table of contents 1 IMPORTANT SAFETY

INSTRUCTIONS....................  4 1.1 Safety definitions.................. 4 1.2 General information.............. 4 1.3 Intended use ........................ 5 1.4 Restrictive Use..................... 5 1.5 Grounding instructions ......... 5 1.6 Safe use............................... 6 1.7 Risk to children .................... 8 1.8 State of California

Proposition 65 Warnings ...... 8

2 Preventing material damage...................  9

2.1 Safe use............................... 9

3 Environmental protection and energy-saving ...............  9

3.1 Saving energy ...................... 9 3.2 AquaSensor ......................... 9

4 Familiarizing yourself with your appliance............  10

4.1 Appliance ........................... 10 4.2 Controls ............................. 11

5 Dishwasher Cycles ............  13 5.1 Energy Guide ..................... 14 5.2 Favorite ......................... 14

6 Options ...............................  15

7 Features..............................  15 7.1 Upper rack ......................... 16 7.2 Lower rack ......................... 16 7.3 Silverware Basket .............. 17 7.4 Silverware drawer .............. 17 7.5 Cup shelf............................ 17 7.6 Flip tines ............................ 18 7.7 Rack heights ...................... 18

8 Before using for the first time .....................................  19

8.1 Initial use............................ 19

9 Rinse aid system................  19 9.1 Rinse aid............................ 19

9.2 Setting the amount of rinse aid ............................. 19

9.3 Switching the rinse aid system off .......................... 20

10 Detergent...........................  20 10.1 The correct detergents..... 20 10.2 Incompatible detergents... 21 10.3 Information on

Detergent......................... 21 10.4 Adding Detergent............. 21 10.5 Detergent table ................ 22

11 Dishware............................  22 11.1 Damage to glass and

dishware .......................... 22 11.2 Loading dishware............. 23 11.3 Removing dishware ......... 24 11.4 Loading patterns .............. 24

12 Basic Operation ................  25 12.1 Protection against

unintentional operation..... 25 12.2 Switching on the

appliance ......................... 25 12.3 Setting a cycle ................. 26 12.4 Setting options ................. 26 12.5 Setting the electronic

delay time ........................ 26 12.6 Starting the wash cycle .... 26 12.7 Activating the button

lock .................................. 26 12.8 Deactivating the button

lock .................................. 27 12.9 Interrupting the wash

cycle ................................ 27 12.10 Terminating the wash

cycle .............................. 27 12.11 Switching off the

appliance ....................... 27

13 Basic settings ...................  28 13.1 Overview of the basic

settings ............................ 28 13.2 Changing the basic

settings ............................ 29

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14 Home Connect .............  29 14.1 Home Connect quick

start.................................. 30 14.2 Home Connect

settings ............................ 30 14.3 Remote start ................ 30 14.4 Remote Diagnostics ........ 31 14.5 Software update............... 31 14.6 Data Protection ................ 31

15 Cleaning and maintenance.....................  31

15.1 Cleaning the tub............... 31 15.2 Cleaning agent................. 32 15.3 Tips on appliance care ..... 32 15.4 Machine Care .............. 32 15.5 Filter system..................... 33 15.6 Cleaning the spray arms... 34

16 Troubleshooting...............  36

17 Transportation, storage and disposal .....................  46

17.1 Removing the appliance... 46 17.2 Vacation and Storage....... 46 17.3 Transporting the

appliance ......................... 47 17.4 Disposal of your old

appliance ......................... 47

18 Customer service.............  47 18.1 Model number (E-Nr.),

production number (FD) and consecutive numbering (Z-Nr.) ............ 48

18.2 AquaStop Pledge .......... 48

19 Technical specifications..  49 19.1 Information regarding

Free and Open Source Software........................... 49

20 Statement of Limited Product Warranty.............  49

20.1 What this Warranty Covers & Who it Applies to...................................... 49

20.2 How Long the Warranty Lasts ................................ 50

20.3 Extended Warranty .......... 50 20.4 Repair/Replace as Your

Exclusive Remedy ........... 51 20.5 Out of Warranty Product... 51 20.6 Warranty Exclusions ........ 51 20.7 Obtaining Warranty

Service............................. 53

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Read all instructions carefully before use. These precautions will reduce the risk of electrical shock, fire and injury to persons. When using kitchen appliances, basic safety precautions must be followed including those in the following pages.

1.1Safety definitions Here you can find explanations of the safety signal words used in this manual.

WARNING This indicates that death or serious injuries may occur as a result of non- observance of this warning.

CAUTION This indicates that minor or moderate injuries may occur as a result of non-observance of this warning.

NOTICE: This indicates that damage to the appliance or property may occur as a result of non-compliance with this advisory.

Note: This alerts you to important information and/or tips.

1.2General information To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or serious injury, observe the following. This appliance is provided with installation instructions and this use

and care manual. Read and understand all instructions before using the appliance.

Keep the manual and the product information in a safe place for future reference or for the next owner.

Do not connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transit.

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Severe product damage and/or injury could result from the use of un- qualified service technicians or non-original parts. All repairs must be performed by an authorized service provider using only original equip- ment factory replacement parts.

NSF/ANSI 184 Certified residential dishwashers are not intended for li- censed food establishments.

1.3Intended use Only use this appliance: for cleaning household dishware. In private households and in enclosed spaces in a residential environ-

ment. Up to an altitude of max. 13,100 ft (4000 m) above sea level.

1.4Restrictive Use This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.

1.5Grounding instructions This appliance must be grounded to a metal, permanent wiring system or an equipment grounding conductor must be run with the circuit conduc- tors and connected to the equipment grounding terminal or lead on the dishwasher. See the Installation Instructions included with this dish- washer for more information on electrical requirements.

WARNING Improper connection of the equipment grounding conductor can result in risk of electric shock. This appliance must be grounded. In the event of a malfunction or

breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by provid- ing a path of least resistance for electric current. This appliance is

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equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor. Check with an authorized electrician or service representative if you are in doubt whether the appliance is properly grounded.

1.6Safe use Follow these safety instructions when using the appliance.

WARNING To reduce the risk of serious injury, observe the following. Read all instructions before using this dishwasher. Use this dishwasher only for its intended function, which is the wash-

ing of household dishware and kitchenware rated as dishwasher safe. Only use detergents or rinsing agents recommended for use in a dish-

washer, and keep them out of the reach of children. Do not abuse, sit or stand on the door or dish racks of the dishwasher.

WARNING Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot water system that has not been used for two weeks or more. Hydrogen gas is explosive. Before using a dishwasher that is connected to a hot water system that

has been unused for two weeks or longer, turn on all hot water faucets and let the water flow from each for several minutes. This will release any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas is explosive, do not smoke or use an open flame during this time.

WARNING To avoid risk of electric shock, observe the following. Only use the appliance in enclosed residential space according to the

installation manual. Never expose the appliance to intense heat or humidity. Do not use any steam cleaners or high-pressure cleaners to clean this

appliance. If not followed, excess moisture can accumulate.

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WARNING To avoid risk of injury, when loading items to be washed, observe the fol- lowing. Locate sharp items so they are not likely to damage the door seal. Load knives and other sharp utensils with their handles up to reduce

the risk of cut-type injuries. Do not wash plastic items unless they are marked "dishwasher safe"

or the equivalent. For plastic items not so marked, check the manufac- turer's recommendations. Do not operate your dishwasher unless all enclosure panels are in

place. Do not tamper with or override controls and interlocks.

WARNING For safe care and operation of your appliance, observe the following. Follow the safety instructions and directions for use on the detergent

and rinse aid product labels. Do not use harsh chemicals such as bleach-based products to clean

your dishwasher. Some bleach-based products can damage your dish- washer and may present health hazards! Always use caution when opening the door during or following a wash

cycle as hot water or steam may escape. Do not fully open the door until water noises have stopped and steam has subsided. To avoid floor damage and possible mold growth, do not allow wet ar-

eas to remain around or under the dishwasher.

NOTICE: Water and power shut off It is highly recommended for the end user to become familiar with the

procedure to shut off the incoming water supply and the procedure to shut off the incoming power supply. See the installation instructions or contact your installer for more information.

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1.7Risk to children Follow these safety instructions if there are children in your home.

WARNING To reduce risk of injury to children, observe the following. Do not allow children to play in or on the dishwasher. When children become old enough to operate the appliance, it is the

responsibility of the parents/legal guardians to ensure the children are instructed in safe practices by qualified persons. Remove the dishwasher door to the washing compartment when re-

moving an old dishwasher for service or discarding.

1.8State of California Proposition 65 Warnings This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California, which can cause cancer or reproductive harm. Therefore, the packaging of your product may bear the following label as required by California:

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Preventing material damage

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Preventing material damage

2.1Safe use Follow the instructions when using the appliance.

NOTICE: Unsuitable cleaning products may damage the appliance. Do not use a steam cleaner. So as not to scratch the finish

on the appliance, do not use sponges with a rough surface or abrasive cleaning agents.

To prevent corrosion, do not use cellulose sponge cloths on dishwashers with a stainless steel front or rinse the cloths thoroughly several times before using them for the first time.

Escaping water vapor can dam- age cabinetry. When the program ends, let the

appliance cool down a bit be- fore opening the door.

Harsh chemicals such as bleach- based products can damage your dishwasher. Do not use harsh chemicals

such as bleach-based products to clean your dishwasher.

Protect your appliance from the elements. Protect against freezing to

avoid possible damage to the fill valve. Damage caused by freezing is not covered by the warranty.

Environmental protection and energy-saving

3Environmental protection and energy-saving

Environmental protection and energy-saving

3.1Saving energy If you follow these instructions, your appliance will use less power and water.

Use the Normal program. a The Normal program is energy-

efficient and environmentally friendly.  "Dishwasher Cycles", Page 13

3.2AquaSensor The AquaSensor is an optical measuring device (light barrier) which measures the turbidity of the washing water. You can save water with the AquaSensor. The operation of the AquaSensor depends on the selected cycle. If the soiling level is high, the wash- ing water is drained off and re- placed with fresh water. If the soil- ing level is lower, the washing wa- ter is used in the next wash cycle, so reducing water consumption by 3-6 liters. In the Auto cycles the temperature and run time are ad- ditionally adjusted to the level of soiling.

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Familiarizing yourself with your appliance

4Familiarizing yourself with your appliance Familiarizing yourself with your appliance

4.1Appliance Here you can find an overview of the parts of your appliance.

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1 Rating plate Rating plate with E number and FD number  Page 48. You will need this data to contact Cus- tomer service  Page 47.

2 Detergent dispenser Detergent is added to the detergent dispenser.

3 Lower rack Lower rack  Page 16

4 Filter system Filter system  Page 33 1 Depending on the appliance specifications

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5 Detergent tab collecting tray

During the wash cycle, detergent tabs automatically drop out of the detergent dispenser into the tab collecting tray, where they can dissolve fully.

6 Upper rack Upper rack

7 Silverware drawer Silverware drawer  Page 17

8 Cup shelf1 Cup shelf  Page 17

9 Upper spray arms The upper spray arms wash the dish- ware in the upper rack. If the dishware has not been washed properly, clean the spray arms.  "Cleaning the spray arms", Page 34

10 Lower spray arm The lower spray arm washes the dish- ware in the lower rack. If the dishware has not been washed properly, clean the spray arms.  "Cleaning the spray arms", Page 34

11 Silverware basket Silverware basket

12 Dispenser for rinse aid Rinse aid is added to the dispenser for rinse aid.  "Rinse aid system", Page 19

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4.2Controls You can use the control panel to configure all functions of your appliance and to obtain information about the operating status. With some buttons you can perform different functions.

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1 ON/OFF button and reset button

Switching on the appliance  Page 25 Switching off the appliance Terminating the wash cycle  Page 27

2 Cycle buttons Cycles

3 Rinse aid refill indicator Rinse aid system  Page 19

4 WLAN display Home Connect  Page 29

5 Water supply display Display for water supply

6 button If you press for approx. 3 seconds, you can open the basic settings.

7 Start button Starting the wash cycle  Page 26

8 Cycle buttons and options Cycles Options

9 Remote Start

10 Electronic delay time Setting the electronic delay time  Page 26

11 Display The display shows information about the remaining run time or ba- sic settings. You can change the basic settings via the display and the setting buttons.

12 Door opener1 Open the appliance door. 1 Depending on the appliance specifications

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Dishwasher Cycles

5Dishwasher Cycles Dishwasher Cycles

You can find an overview of the cycles that can be selected here. Differ- ent cycles, which can be found on the control panel of your appliance, are available depending on the appliance configuration. The running time may vary depending on the cycle selected. The running time depends on the water temperature, the quantity of dishware, the level of soiling and the option selected. The running time will change if the rinse aid system is switched off or rinse aid needs to be added. The consumption values relate to normal conditions and a water hardness of 16 - 20 E. Different influencing factors such as water temperature or pipe pressure may result in deviations.

Cycle Purpose Cycle sequence Usage 1) Hour/min. 2) Electrical/ kWH 3) Water/gal

Heavy Dishware: Washing pots

and pans, non- fragile dishware and silverware

Level of soiling: Removing stub-

born burned or dried on food remnants con- taining starch and protein.

Intensive Pre-Rinse Cleaning 151 F

160 F Intermediate rinse Final rinse 164F Drying

1) 1:50 -  2:05

2) 0.750 -  0.830

3) 4.4 - 5.8

Auto Dishware: Cleaning mixed

dishware and silverware.

Level of soiling: Removing com-

mon household food remnants lightly dried-on.

Sensor controlled: Optimized by sensors

depending on the soiling of the rinsing water.

1) 1:50 -  2:15

2) 0.640 -  0.660

3) 3.0 - 5.3 Note: The dis- played cycle time indicates an average value.

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Cycle Purpose Cycle sequence Usage 1) Hour/min. 2) Electrical/ kWH 3) Water/gal

Normal Dishware: Cleaning mixed

dishware and silverware.

Level of soiling: Removing com-

mon household food remnants lightly dried-on.

Most economical cycle: Pre-Rinse Cleaning 122 F

131 F Intermediate rinse Final rinse 156 F Drying

1) 2:10 -  2:15

2) 0.620 -  0.660

3) 2.7 - 4.6

Rinse Dishware: Cleaning all

types of dish- ware.

Level of Soiling: Cold rinsing, in-

termediate cleaning.

Cold rinsing: Pre-rinse

1) 0:10 2) 0.050 3) 1.0

Machine Care

Only when using unloaded appli- ance.

Machine Care 162 F 1) 1:35 2) 0.580 3) 2.4

Favorite - - 1)  - 2)  - 3)  -

5.1Energy Guide The Energy Guide label was based on the Normal soil sensing cycle. The unit was tested without any rinse aid (liquid) in the rinse aid dispenser. A single dose of deter- gent was inserted into the deter- gent dispenser, with no detergent being used in the prewash. The unit was not subjected to trun- cated testing per the definitions in the test procedure. We recom- mend that dish loads such as the one in the energy certification test have the rack position set in the highest position. Recommended

for daily, regular or typical use to completely wash a full load of nor- mally soiled dishes.

5.2Favorite With this function, you can save a combination of a Cycle and an Option. You can save the selected Cycle and Option combination via the Home Connect app or on the ap- pliance. When programs have been down- loaded to the appliance, the name of the program will be displayed in the app. The display alternately shows "APP" and the remaining running time.

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Tip: You can use the Home Con- nect app to download additional Cycles and Options and save them. 1

Save Favorite on the appliance. 1. Press . 2. Press the right cycle button. 3. Press the button for the rele-

vant options. 4. Press Favorite button for 3 sec-

onds. a The selected cycle and option

will flash. a The Favorite button flashes. a The program combination is

saved. Tip: To reset the cycle, either use the Home Connect app or reset your appliance back to the factory settings.  "Overview of the basic set- tings", Page 28

Options

6Options Options

You can find an overview of the options that can be selected here. Different options, which can be found on the control panel of your appliance, are available depend- ing on the appliance configuration. Option Use Delicate For lightly soiled

items with easy to remove foods for better care of the loaded glasses. Gentle drying, uses less energy and shortens the cycle.

Option Use

Extra Dry For a better drying

result, the final rinse temperature is increased and the drying phase extended.

Especially suit- able for drying plastic parts.

There is a slight increase in energy consumption and the run time is ex- tended.

Sanitize To ensure a

higher hygiene status for the ap- pliance and dish- ware, the temper- ature is increased and maintained for an extra-long period.

Especially suit- able for cleaning chopping boards or baby bottles.

Continuous use of this option im- proves the hy- giene status.

This will increase the run time and energy consump- tion.

Features

7Features Features

You can find an overview of the possible features of your appli- ance and how to use them here. These features depend on your appliance model.

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7.1Upper rack Arrange cups and glasses in the upper rack.

You can adjust the height of the upper rack to make room for larger items.

Adjusting upper rack with the side levers To wash large items in the racks, adjust the shelf height of the up- per rack. 1. Pull out the upper rack. 2. To prevent the rack from sud-

denly dropping down, hold the side of the rack by the top edge.

3. Press in the right- and left-hand levers on the outside of the rack.

The rack can then slip down slightly.

4. Raise or lower the rack evenly to the right level.  "Rack heights", Page 18

Check that the rack is level on both sides.

5. Slide the rack in.

7.2Lower rack Arrange pans and plates in the lower rack.

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Large plates up to a diameter of 12 inches can be arranged in the lower rack as shown.

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7.3Silverware Basket Arrange the silverware in the sil- verware basket, ensuring that the items are not nestled together and with the sharp points down.

WARNING The sharp points and edges of knives and other sharp utensils can cause serious injury. Load knives and other sharp

utensils with edges down. Do not allow children to handle or play near knives and sharp utensils

7.4Silverware drawer Arrange silverware in the silver- ware drawer.

Arrange silverware with the points and sharp edges down.

7.5Cup shelf Use the cup shelf and the space underneath for small cups and glasses or for large items of silver- ware, e.g. cooking spoons or serving cutlery.

If you do not need the cup shelf, you can fold it up.

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7.6Flip tines Use the flip tines to position dish- ware securely, e.g. plates.

You can fold the tines down to ar- range pans, bowls and glasses better.1

Folding down the tines1

If you do not need the tines, fold them down. 1. Push the lever forward and

fold down the tines .

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2. To use the tines again, fold them back up.

a The tines click into position.

7.7Rack heights Set the racks at the right height.

Appliance height 32 inches with silverware basket

Level Upper rack Lower rack 1 max. 8.5" 12" 2 max. 9.5" 11" 3 max. 10.5" 10"

Appliance height 32 inches with silverware drawer

Level Upper rack Lower rack 1 max. 6" 12" 2 max. 7" 11" 3 max. 8" 10"

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8Before using for the first time

Before using for the first time

Apply the settings for the first use.

8.1Initial use On initial use or after reset to the factory settings, you will need to configure settings. Tip: Connect your appliance to a mobile device. You can conve- niently change all settings using the Home Connect app.  "Home Connect quick start", Page 30 Requirement: The appliance has been installed and connected. 1. Add rinse aid.  Page 19 2. Switch on the appliance.

 Page 25 3. Set the amount of rinse aid.

 Page 19 Tip: You can change these set- tings and other Basic settings  Page 28 at any time.

Rinse aid system

9Rinse aid system Rinse aid system

You can use the rinse aid system and rinse aid to get dishware and glasses rinsed perfectly without spots.

9.1Rinse aid For optimum drying results, use rinse aid. Only use rinse aid intended for household dishwashers.

Adding rinse aid If the rinse aid refill indicator lights up, fill the dispenser with rinse aid. Only use rinse aid intended for household dishwashers.

1. Press the catch on the lid of the dispenser for rinse aid and lift .

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2. Add rinse aid up to the max mark.

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3. If rinse aid spills out, remove it from the tub. Spilled rinse aid can cause ex- cessive frothing during the wash cycle.

4. Close the lid of the dispenser for rinse aid.

a The lid clicks into position.

9.2Setting the amount of rinse aid

If there are streaks or water spots on dishware, change the amount of rinse aid. 1. Press . 2. To open the basic settings,

press for 3 seconds. a The display shows . 3. Press repeatedly un-

til the display shows the value set at the factory r04.

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4. Press repeatedly until the right amount of rinse aid has been set. A low setting adds less rinse

aid during the wash cycle and reduces streaking on dishware.

A higher setting adds more rinse aid during the wash cy- cle, reduces water spots and improves the drying result.

5. To save the settings, press for 3 seconds.

9.3Switching the rinse aid system off

If you choose not to use rinse aid, you can turn the rinse aid system off. Tip: Rinse aid within a combina- tion detergent has limited effec- tiveness. You will generally get better results using a separate rinse aid. 1. Press . 2. To open the basic settings,

press for 3 seconds. a The display shows . 3. Press repeatedly un-

til the display shows the value set at the factory r04.

4. Press repeatedly until the display shows r00.

5. To save the settings, press for 3 seconds.

a The rinse aid system is switched off and the rinse aid refill indicator is deactivated.

Detergent

10Detergent Detergent

Find out which detergents are suitable for your appliance.

10.1The correct detergents

Only use detergents that are made for dishwashers, either ba- sic or combination detergents. For the best washing and drying results, use a separate detergent, then add Rinse aid  Page 19 separately. Modern, powerful detergents mainly use a low-alkaline formula- tion with enzymes. Enzymes break down starch and remove protein. Oxygen-based bleaching agents are generally used to re- move colored stains, e.g. tea or ketchup. Note: Follow the manufacturer's instructions for each detergent. Detergent Description Tabs Tabs are perfect for

all cleaning functions and do not need to be measured out. However, with shorter Cycles  Page 13 some- times tabs do not dissolve entirely and leave residues of de- tergent. This may re- duce its effective- ness.

Powder detergent

Powder detergent is recommended for shorter cycles. The dosage can be ad- justed to the level of soiling.

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Detergent Description Liquid de- tergent

Liquid detergent works faster and is recommended for shorter cycles with- out a pre-rinse. Sometimes liquid detergent may leak out despite the de- tergent dispenser being closed. This is not a problem, just remember the fol- lowing: Only choose a cy-

cle without Pre- Rinse.

Do not use the Delay Start op- tion.

The dosage can be adjusted to the level of soiling.

10.2Incompatible detergents

Do not use a detergent which is not designated for dishwasher use or contains chlorine. Detergent Description Liquid hand soap

Liquid hand soap can cause increased froth- ing and dam- age the appli- ance.

Detergent con- taining chlorine

This may leave chlorine residue on dishware.

10.3Information on Detergent

Follow the instructions on deter- gents in everyday use. Detergents marked as "ecologi-

cal" (environmentally friendly) generally contain lower levels of active agents or none at all. The cleaning effect may be re- duced.

Adjust the rinse aid and the wa- ter softening system settings in accordance with the detergent or combination detergent in use.

Any rinse aid component of a combination detergent has lim- ited effectiveness. You will have better results using a sep- arate rinse aid.

To prevent sticking, only touch detergents in a water-soluble pouch with dry hands and only ever place them in a dry deter- gent dispenser.

Even if the rinse aid and spe- cial salt refill indicators light up, the wash cycles will run prop- erly with combination deter- gents.

Use tablets with enhanced dry- ing results.

10.4Adding Detergent 1. To open the detergent dis-

penser, press the locking latch.

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2. Add the detergent to the dry detergent dispenser.

3 tbsp (45 ml)

1.75 tbsp (25 ml)

1 tbsp (15 ml)

If you are using tablets, one is enough. Insert the tablets in a horizontal position. If you are using powder or liq- uid detergent, follow the manu- facturer's instructions and quantities for dosage in the de- tergent dispenser. 1.5 to 1.75 Tbsp (20 ml 25 ml) detergent is sufficient for normal soiling. If dishware is only lightly soiled, slightly less than the amount of detergent specified is usually sufficient.

3. Close the lid of the detergent dispenser.

a The lid clicks into position. a The detergent dispenser will

open automatically at the opti- mum time during the cycle. Powder or liquid detergent will spread around the washing tank and dissolve there. Tablets will fall into the tablet collecting tray and dissolve in the right dosage. In order to en- sure that tablets can dissolve

evenly, do not place any other objects in the tablet collecting tray.

Tip: If you use powder detergent and select a cycle with pre-rinse, you can also add a little detergent to the interior door of the appli- ance.

10.5Detergent table Detergent amount guidelines Auto 1.75 Tbsp (25

ml) or 1 tab Normal 1.75 Tbsp (25

ml) or 1 tab Heavy 3 Tbsp (45 ml)

or 1 tab

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Only wash dishware that is suit- able for dishwashers. Note: Decorated glassware and parts made of aluminum or silver may fade or discolor with dish- washing. Delicate types of glass may turn cloudy after a few wash cycles.

11.1Damage to glass and dishware

Avoid damage to glass and dish- ware. Cause Recommenda-

tion The following dishware is not suitable for dishwashers: Items of sil-

verware and dishware made from wood

Only put dish- ware in the dishwasher if it is marked as suitable for dishwashers by the manufac- turer.

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Cause Recommenda- tion

Decorated glassware, antique and hand-crafted dishware

Plastic dish- ware not re- sistant to heat

Dishware made from copper or tin

Dishware soiled with ash, wax, lu- bricating grease or paint

Very small items of dishware

Glass and dish- ware is not suit- able for dish- washers.

Only put glasses and china in the dishwasher if it is marked as suitable for dishwashers by the manufac- turer.

The chemical composition of the detergent causes dam- age.

Use a deter- gent marked as kind to dish- ware by the manufacturer.

Cause Recommenda- tion

Highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic cleaning agents, in par- ticular commer- cial or industrial cleaning agents, are not suitable for dishwashers in conjunction with aluminum.

If you are using highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic cleaning agents, in par- ticular commer- cial or industrial cleaning agents, do not put aluminum parts inside the dishwasher.

The water tem- perature of the program is too high.

Select a pro- gram with lower temperatures. After the cycle has ended, take glassware and silverware out of the appli- ance without delay.

11.2Loading dishware Arrange dishware correctly to opti- mize the dishwashing result and prevent damage to both dishware and the appliance.

NOTICE: Avoid dishwasher damage Do not load the dishwasher

with paper products, plastic bags, packing materials or any- thing other than normal, dish- washer safe dishware and kitchenware.

Tips Using the appliance allows you

to save energy and water com- pared to washing-up by hand.

See our website for examples of how to load your appliance efficiently, free of charge.

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To save energy and water, load the machine with the number of place settings specified.

For better washing and drying results, position items with curves or recesses at an angle so water can run off.

1. Remove large remnants of food from dishware. To save resources, do not pre- rinse dishware under running water.

2. Observe the following when ar- ranging dishware: Put heavily soiled dishware

in the lower rack, e.g. pans. The more powerful spray jet ensures that the dishwashing result will be better.

To avoid damage to dish- ware, arrange it so it is sta- ble and cannot tip over.

To avoid injury, arrange sil- verware with the points and sharp edges down.

Position containers with the openings facing down so no water can collect in them.

Do not block the spray arms - make sure that they can turn freely.

Do not place small parts in the collecting tray and do not block it with dishware so as not to obstruct the lid of the detergent dispenser.

11.3Removing dishware

CAUTION Dishes can be very hot immedi- ately after the cycle ends. Open the door slightly and al-

low dishes to cool for a few minutes before unloading.

1. To prevent water dripping onto dishware, unload it starting at the bottom and working up.

2. Check the washing tank and accessories for soiling and clean if necessary.  "Cleaning and maintenance", Page 31

11.4Loading patterns Recommended loading patterns.

9 place settings: Lower rack

Upper rack

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Third rack

Additional loading patterns for 8 place settings: Lower rack

Upper rack

Third rack

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12Basic Operation Basic Operation

12.1Protection against unintentional operation

Your appliance is equipped with a function that helps to prevent un- intentional operation, e.g. by chil- dren. After starting the appliance, the door has to be closed within 4 seconds, otherwise the operation will be paused. Note: This function cannot be de- activated. Requirements Pressing Start to begin a wash

cycle Setting Delay time and press-

ing Start Opening the door while Delay

time is active Opening the door during a

wash cycle. 1. Close the door. 2. Press . a The wash cycle will resume.

12.2Switching on the appliance

Press .

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The standard program is set by default. If you do not perform any ac- tions on the appliance for 10 minutes, it will automatically switch off.

12.3Setting a cycle To adjust the wash cycle to the soiling level of the dishware, se- lect a suitable cycle. Press the right cycle button. a The cycle is set and the cycle

button flashes. a The remaining run time of the

cycle appears on the display.

12.4Setting options You can set options to complete the chosen cycle. Note: The available options de- pend on which cycle is selected. Press the button for the rele-

vant option. a The option is set and the option

button flashes.

12.5Setting the electronic delay time

You can delay the start of the wash cycle by up to 24 hours. 1. Press . a "h:01" appears on the display. 2. Use to set the required

start time for the wash cycle. 3. Press . a This activates the electronic de-

lay time. Tip: To deactivate the electronic delay time, press repeatedly until "h:00" appears on the dis- play.

12.6Starting the wash cycle

Press . a The wash cycle has ended

when the display shows "0h:00m".

Notes If you want to add more dish-

ware while the appliance is run- ning, do not use the collecting tray as a handle for the upper rack. You might touch the par- tially dissolved tablet.

You can only change a cycle in progress if you can cancel it first.  "Terminating the wash cy- cle", Page 27

To save energy, the appliance switches off automatically 10 minutes after the end of the wash cycle. If you open the ap- pliance door immediately after the wash cycle has ended, the appliance will switch off after 4 seconds.

12.7Activating the button lock

The button lock prevents the ap- pliance from being operated acci- dentally or incorrectly while run- ning.

Press for approx. 3 sec- onds.

a The button lock is activated and will be automatically deacti- vated at the end of the cycle.

a flashes on the display when the appliance is running.

a The button lock remains acti- vated with a power failure.

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12.8Deactivating the button lock

Press for approx. 3 sec- onds.

12.9Interrupting the wash cycle

1. Press On/Off. The program is saved and the appliance switches off.

2. Press On/Off. 3. Press to resume the wash

cycle.

12.10Terminating the wash cycle

To end a cycle early or to switch from one that has already started, you will need to cancel it first. Press for approx.

4 seconds. a All displays light up. a As soon as the displays are off,

the display shows "0h:01m" and the residual water is pumped out.

a The cycle is cancelled and ends after approx. 1 minute.

12.11Switching off the appliance

CAUTION To avoid risk of injury, always use caution when opening the door during or following a wash cycle as hot water or steam may es- cape. Do not fully open the door until

water noises have stopped and steam has subsided.

1. Please note the information on Preventing Material Damage  Page 9.

2. Press On/Off.

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Basic settings

13Basic settings Basic settings

You can configure your appliance to meet your needs.

13.1Overview of the basic settings The basic settings depend on the features of your appliance.

Basic setting Display text

Selection Description

Rinse aid disp. r04  1 r00 - r06 Set the amount of rinse aid.  "Setting the amount of rinse aid", Page 19 Switch the rinse aid sys- tem off with level r00.

Intensive drying d00 1 d00 - d01 The temperature is in- creased during the final rinse, which improves the drying result. This may in- crease the run time slightly. Note: Not suitable for del- icate items of dishware. Switch Intensive drying on "d01" or off "d00".

Wi-Fi Cn0 1 Cn0 - Cn1 Switch the wireless net- work connection on or off. Level "Cn0" switches the wireless network connec- tion off.

Remote Start rc11 rc0 - rc2 Activate or deactivate . The following settings are possible: With the setting "rc0",

the option is perma- nently deactivated.

With the setting "rc1", the option can be se- lected via the button.

With the setting "rc2", the option is perma- nently activated.

1 Factory setting (may vary according to model)

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Basic setting Display text

Selection Description

Factory setting rE Starting with

YES Confirming with

Restore changed settings to the factory settings. The settings for initial use must be configured.

1 Factory setting (may vary according to model)

13.2Changing the basic settings

1. Press . 2. To open the basic settings,

press for 3 seconds. a The display shows . 3. Press repeatedly un-

til the display shows the re- quired setting.

4. Press repeatedly until the display shows the right value. You can change one or more settings.

5. To save the settings, press for 3 seconds.

Home Connect

14Home Connect Home Connect

This appliance is network-capa- ble. Connecting your appliance to a mobile device lets you control its functions via the Home Connect app. Home Connect services are not available in every country. Avail- ability of the Home Connect function depends on the availabil- ity of Home Connect services in your country. You can find infor- mation on this at: www.home-con- nect.com.

To be able to use Home Con- nect, you must first set up the connection to the WLAN home network (Wi-Fi 1) and to the Home Connect app.  "Connecting appliance to the

WLAN home network (Wi-Fi)", Page 30

The Home Connect app will guide you through the entire regis- tration process. Follow the instruc- tions in the Home Connect app to make the settings. Tips Please consult the Home Con-

nect documents supplied. Please also note the informa-

tion in the Home Connect app.

Note: Please also note the safety information in this instruction man- ual and ensure that it is also ob- served when operating the appli- ance using the Home Connect app.

1 Wi-Fi is a registered trade mark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.

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14.1Home Connect quick start

Connect your appliance to a mo- bile device quickly and easily.

Installing the app 1. Install the Home Connect

app on your mobile device.

2. Start the app and set up access for Home Connect. The Home Connect app will guide you through the entire registration process.

Connecting appliance to the WLAN home network (Wi-Fi) Requirements Home Connect app is in-

stalled on your mobile device. Wi-Fi is activated on the router. The appliance receives signals

from the WLAN home network (Wi-Fi) at its installation loca- tion.

1. Scan the QR code using the Home Connect app.

2. Follow the instructions in the Home Connect app.

14.2Home Connect settings

Adapt Home Connect to your needs. You can find the Home Connect settings in the basic settings for your appliance. Which settings the display shows will depend on whether Home Connect has been set up and whether the ap- pliance is connected to your home network.

14.3Remote start You can use the Home Connect app to start the appliance with your mobile device. Tip: If you select Remote start  Page 28 "rc2" with the basic setting, the remote start function will be permanently activated and you can start your appliance with a mobile device at any time.

Activating remote start If you have selected remote start "rc1" with the basic setting, you can activate the remote start func- tion on your appliance. Requirements The appliance is connected to

your WLAN home network. The appliance is connected to

the Home Connect app. With the basic setting Remote

start  Page 28, "rc1" is se- lected.

A program is selected. Press .

If you open the appliance door, remote start is automatically deactivated.

a The remote start button flashes.

Tip: To deactivate remote start, press .

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14.4Remote Diagnostics The Customer Service can access your appliance via Remote Diag- nostics if you ask them to do so, if your appliance is connected to the Home Connect server and if Remote Diagnostics is available in the country where you are using the appliance. Tip: Further information and de- tails about the availability of Re- mote Diagnostics in your country can be found in the Service/Sup- port section of your local website: www.home-connect.com

14.5Software update You can use this function to up- date the software of your appli- ance, e.g. for optimization, trou- bleshooting or safety-relevant up- dates. The Home Connect app informs you about available software up- dates.

14.6Data Protection Please see the information on data protection. The first time your appliance is registered on a home network connected to the Internet, your appliance will transmit the following types of data to the Home Connect server (initial registration): Unique appliance identification

(consisting of appliance codes as well as the MAC address of the installed Wi-Fi communica- tion module).

Security certificate of the Wi-Fi communication module (to en- sure a secure data connection).

The current software and hard- ware version of your appliance.

Status of any previous reset to factory settings.

This initial registration prepares the Home Connect functions for use and is only required when you want to use the Home Connect functions for the first time. Note: Please note that the Home Connect functions can be utilized only with the Home Con- nect app. Information on data protection can be called up in the Home Connect app.

Cleaning and maintenance

15Cleaning and maintenance

Cleaning and maintenance

To keep your appliance working efficiently for a long time, it is im- portant to clean and maintain it carefully.

15.1Cleaning the tub

WARNING Using detergents containing chlo- rine may result in harm to health. Never use detergents contain-

ing chlorine.

1. Remove any heavy soiling in the interior with a damp cloth.

2. Add detergent to the detergent dispenser.

3. Select the program with the highest temperature.

4. Start the program without dish- ware.  Page 26

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15.2Cleaning agent Only use suitable cleaning agents to clean your appliance.

15.3Tips on appliance care

Follow the tips on appliance care to make sure your appliance func- tions properly at all times.

Action Benefit Regularly wipe the door seals, the front of the dishwasher and the control panel using a damp cloth and dishwashing liquid.

This ensures the parts of the appliance will remain clean and hygienic.

If the appliance is not going to be used for a while, leave the door slightly ajar.

This will pre- vent unpleas- ant odors.

15.4Machine Care Deposits, e.g. from food remnants and limescale, can cause your ap- pliance to malfunction. To avoid these problems and reduce odors, we recommend cleaning your ap- pliance at regular intervals. Machine Care combined with ma- chine cleaning products will pro- vide the right care for your appli- ance. Tip: You can buy our tested and approved Dishwasher Care and Machine Cleaner for Dishwashers online or from customer service. USA:

www.bosch-home.com/us/shop- productlist/dishwashing/cleaning- and-care CA: www.bosch-home.ca/en/service/ cleaners-and-accessories Machine Care is a program which removes various deposits in one wash cycle. Cleaning takes place in two phases:

Phase Removal of Cleaner Placement 1 Grease and

limescale Liquid machine care product or machine descaler in powder form.

Appliance interior, e.g. bottle hung in the silverware bas- ket or powder in the interior.

2 Food remnants and deposits

Machine cleaner Detergent dispenser

To ensure optimal cleaning perfor- mance, the program doses the cleaners independently of each another during the relevant clean-

ing phase. Therefore, it's impor- tant to place the cleaners cor- rectly.

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Run Machine Care without dish- ware if the indicator for Machine Care lights up on the control panel or if advised to do so by the dis- play. The indicator will go out after you have run Machine Care. If your appliance does not have a reminder function, we recommend performing Machine Care every 2 months.

Run Machine Care Run the Machine Care program if the indicator for Machine Care lights up on the control panel or if advised to do so by the display. Notes Run the Machine Care program

without any dishes in the dish- washer.

Only use machine care prod- ucts and machine cleaners specially designed for dish- washers.

Make sure that there are no aluminum items, e.g. vent hood grease filters or aluminum pans, in the interior of the appli- ance.

If you have not run Machine Care after 3 wash cycles, the indicator for Machine Care will go out automatically.

For optimal cleaning perfor- mance, ensure the correct placement of cleaners.

Follow the safety instructions given on the packagings of the machine care products and ma- chine cleaners.

1. Remove any heavy soiling in the interior with a damp cloth.

2. Clean the filters. 3. Place the machine care product

in the appliance interior. Only use machine care prod- ucts specially designed for dishwashers.

4. Pour the machine cleaner into the detergent dispenser until it is filled completely. Do not place any additional ma- chine cleaner in the appliance interior.

5. Press . 6. Press . a Machine Care is run. a Once the wash cycle has

ended, the indicator for Ma- chine Care goes out.

15.5Filter system The filter system removes coarse soiling from the dishwashing cy- cle.

1

2

3

1 Micro filter

2 Fine filter

3 Coarse filter

Cleaning filters Soiling in the dishwashing water may block the filters. 1. Check the filters for residue af-

ter each wash.

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2. Turn the coarse filter anticlock- wise and remove the filter system . Make sure that no foreign

objects fall into the sump.

1

2

3. Pull down the micro filter to re- move.

4. Press the locking catches to- gether and lift the coarse filter out .

1

2

5. Clean the filter elements under running water. Carefully clean the rim of dirt between the coarse and fine fil- ter.

6. Reassemble the filter system.

Make sure that the locking catches on the coarse filter click into position.

7. Insert the filter system into the appliance and turn the coarse filter clockwise. Make sure that the arrow mark- ings match up.

15.6Cleaning the spray arms

Limescale and soiling in the dish- washing water may block the noz- zles and bearings on the spray arms. Clean the spray arms regu- larly. 1. Unscrew the upper spray arms

and pull down to remove .

1

2

2. Pull up the lower spray arm to remove.

3. Check the outlet nozzles on the spray arms for blockages under running water and remove any foreign objects.

4. Insert the lower spray arm. a The spray arm clicks into posi-

tion.

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5. Insert the upper spray arms and screw firmly in place.

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Troubleshooting

16Troubleshooting Troubleshooting

You can eliminate minor issues on your appliance yourself. Please read the information on eliminat-

ing issues before contacting Cus- tomer Service. This may avoid un- necessary repair costs.

Issue Cause and troubleshooting E:20-60 lights up al- ternately.

Appliance has detected heating element is calci- fied. 1. Descale the appliance. 2. Operate the appliance with the Water softening

system.1

E:30-00 lights up al- ternately.

Water protection system is activated. 1. Turn off the water faucet. 2. Call customer service  Page 47.

E:31-00 lights up al- ternately.

Water protection system is activated. 1. Turn off the water faucet. 2. Call customer service  Page 47.

E:34-00 lights up al- ternately.

Water is continuously running into the appliance. 1. Turn off the water faucet. 2. Call customer service  Page 47.

E:32-00 lights up al- ternately or indicator for water supply lights up.

Inlet hose is kinked. Install the inlet hose without kinks. Water faucet is turned off. Turn on the faucet. Water faucet is jammed or furred up. Turn on the faucet.

The flow rate must be at least 10 l/min when the water supply is open.

Filters in the water connection of the supply or AquaStop hose are blocked. 1. Switch off the appliance. 2. Pull out the power cord plug. 3. Turn off the water faucet. 4. Unscrew the water connection.

1 Depending on the appliance specifications

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Issue Cause and troubleshooting E:32-00 lights up al- ternately or indicator for water supply lights up.

5. Remove the filter from the supply hose.

6. Clean the filter. 7. Reinsert the filter in the supply hose. 8. Screw the water connection back on. 9. Check the water connection for leaks. 10.Restore the power supply. 11.Switch the appliance on.

E:92-40 lights up al- ternately.

Filters are soiled or blocked. Clean the filters.

 "Cleaning filters", Page 33 E:61-03 lights up al- ternately. Water is not drained off.

Wastewater hose is blocked or kinked. 1. Reposition the wastewater hose without kinks. 2. Remove residues. Siphon connection is still sealed. Check the connection to the siphon and open if

necessary. Cover of wastewater pump is loose. Secure the cover of the Wastewater pump

 Page 45 so it clicks into position. E:61-02 lights up al- ternately.

Wastewater pump is blocked. Clean the wastewater pump.

 "Clean wastewater pump", Page 45 Cover of wastewater pump is loose. Secure the cover of the Wastewater pump

 Page 45 so it clicks into position. E:90-01 lights up al- ternately.

Power voltage is too low. There is no problem with the appliance. 1. Call an electrician. 2. Have the power voltage and electrical installa-

tion checked by an electrician.

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Issue Cause and troubleshooting A different error code appears in the display window. E:01-00 to E:90-10

A technical fault is present. 1. Press . 2. Pull out the power cord plug of the appliance or

switch off the breaker. 3. Wait at least 2 minutes. 4. Insert the power cord plug of the appliance in a

power outlet or switch on the breaker. 5. Switch the appliance on. 6. If the problem occurs again:

Press . Turn off the water faucet. Pull out the power cord plug. Contact customer service  Page 47 and

give the error code. Dishware is not dry. No rinse aid used or dosage set too low.

1. Add Rinse aid  Page 19. 2. Set the amount of rinse aid to be dispensed.

 "Setting the amount of rinse aid", Page 19 Cycle or cycle option has no drying phase, or dry- ing phase is too short. Select a wash cycle with drying.  Page 13

Some option buttons decrease the drying re- sult.

Water collects in recesses of dishware or silver- ware. Position dishware at an angle where possible.

The combined detergent used has a poor drying performance. 1. Use rinse aid to improve drying performance. 2. Use a different combined detergent with a bet-

ter drying performance. Extra Dry not activated to improve drying perfor- mance. Activate Extra Dry.

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Issue Cause and troubleshooting Dishware is not dry. Dishware removed too early or drying process not

yet ended. 1. Wait until the program ends. 2. Only remove dishware 30 minutes after the

program has ended. Rinse aid used has a limited drying performance. Use a name-brand rinse aid.

Eco products may have limited effectiveness. Silverware is not dry.

Silverware not arranged properly in the silverware basket or silverware drawer. Droplets can form on the contact points of silver- ware. 1. Arrange silverware individually where possible.

 Page 23 2. Avoid points of contact.

Appliance interior still wet after wash cycle.

Not an error. Condensation drying creates water droplets in the tub. This is normal. Moisture in the air condenses on the inside walls of the appli- ance, runs off, and is pumped out. No action required.

Food remnants on dishware.

Dishware was placed too close together or rack is overfilled. 1. Arrange dishware with sufficient space in be-

tween. The spray jets must reach the surfaces of the dishware.

2. Avoid points of contact. Spray arm rotation is blocked. Arrange dishware so it does not obstruct spray

arm rotation. Spray arm nozzles are blocked. Clean the Spray arms  Page 34. Filters are soiled. Clean the filters.

 "Cleaning filters", Page 33 Filters are inserted incorrectly and/or not en- gaged. 1. Insert the filters properly.

 "Filter system", Page 33 2. Twist filters into place. Washing program selected too weak. Select a more intensive washing program.

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Issue Cause and troubleshooting Food remnants on dishware.

Dishware has been precleaned too intensively. The sensors then choose a weaker program. Stubborn soiling cannot be entirely removed. Only remove large remnants of food and do not

prerinse dishware. Tall narrow containers in corner areas are not rinsed out adequately. Do not position tall narrow containers at too

great an angle or in corner areas. Upper rack on right and left not set to same height. Set the upper rack on the right and left to the

same height. Detergent residue in the appliance

Lid of the detergent dispenser is blocked by items of dishware and will not open. 1. Arrange dishware in the upper rack so the tab

collecting tray is not obstructed by dishware.  "Loading dishware", Page 23 Items of dishware are blocking the dispenser lid.

2. Do not place dishware or fragrance dispensers in the tab collecting tray.

The lid of the detergent dispenser is blocked by the tab and will not open. Position the tab in the detergent dispenser

crosswise, not vertically. Tabs are used in the quick or short cycle. There is not enough time for the tab to dissolve. Select a more intensive Wash cycle or use

Powder detergent. Detergent may lose its cleaning or dissolving abil- ity after being stored a long time, or the detergent is clumped together. Change your Detergent.

Water spots on plastic parts.

Droplet formation on plastic surfaces is unavoid- able due to the laws of physics. Water spots are visible after drying. Select a more intensive program. Position dishware at an angle.

 "Loading dishware", Page 23 Use rinse aid.

 "Rinse aid", Page 19

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Issue Cause and troubleshooting Wipeable or water- soluble coatings in- side the appliance or on the door.

Detergent substances are deposited there. These coatings cannot generally be removed with chem- icals. Change your Detergent. Clean the appliance mechanically.

There are stubborn white coatings on the dishware, inside the appliance or on the door.

Detergent substances are deposited there. These coatings cannot generally be removed with chem- icals. Change your Detergent. Clean the appliance mechanically. Too little detergent is being used. Increase the amount of detergent used or

change Detergent . Washing program selected too weak. Select a more intensive washing program.

Tea residue or lip- stick marks on dish- ware.

Dishwashing temperature is too low. Select a program with a higher dishwashing

temperature. Too little detergent is being used or is unsuitable. Use a suitable Detergent and follow the manu-

facturer's instructions for the amount to be used.

Dishware has been precleaned too intensively. The sensors then choose a weaker program. Stubborn soiling cannot be entirely removed. Only remove large remnants of food and do not

prerinse dishware. There are colored coatings (blue, yel- low, brown) inside the appliance or on stainless steel dish- ware that are diffi- cult or impossible to remove.

The formation of films is due to substances con- tained in vegetables (cabbage, celery, potatoes, noodles, etc.) or tap water (manganese). Clean the appliance.

You can remove coatings with Mechanical cleaning  Page 31 or a machine cleaning product. It may not always be possible to com- pletely remove coatings but they are harmless to health.

The formation of films is due to metal components on silver or aluminum dishware. Clean the appliance.

You can remove coatings with Mechanical cleaning  Page 31 or a machine cleaning product. It may not always be possible to com- pletely remove coatings but they are harmless to health.

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Issue Cause and troubleshooting Plastic parts inside the appliance are discolored.

Plastic parts inside the appliance may become discolored over the life of the dishwasher. Discoloration may come about and will not im-

pair functioning of the appliance. Plastic parts are dis- colored.

Dishwashing temperature is too low. Select a program with a higher dishwashing

temperature. Dishware has been precleaned too intensively. The sensors then choose a weaker program. Stubborn soiling cannot be entirely removed. Only remove large remnants of food and do not

prerinse dishware. There are remov- able streaks on glasses, glassware with a metallic ap- pearance and silver- ware.

Amount of rinse aid to be dispensed is set too high. Set the rinse aid system to a lower setting. No rinse aid has been added.  "Adding rinse aid", Page 19 There is detergent residue in the final rinse. Lid of detergent dispenser is blocked by dishware and will not open fully. 1. Arrange dishware in the upper rack so the tab

collecting tray is not obstructed by dishware.  "Loading dishware", Page 23 Items of dishware are blocking the dispenser lid.

2. Do not place dishware or fragrance dispensers in the tab collecting tray.

Dishware has been precleaned too intensively. The sensors then choose a weaker program. Stubborn soiling cannot be entirely removed. Only remove large remnants of food and do not

prerinse dishware. Irreversible clouding of glassware.

Glasses are not dishwasher-proof, only suitable for dishwashers. Use dishwasher-proof glasses.

Glasses are usually only suitable for cleaning in a dishwasher, i.e. long-term wear or long- term changes must be expected.

Avoid a lengthy steam phase (standing time af- ter wash cycle ends).

Use a program with a lower temperature. Use detergent with a glass protection compo-

nent.

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Issue Cause and troubleshooting Detergent residue is present in the deter- gent dispenser or the tab collecting tray.

Spray arms were blocked by dishware so deter- gent was not rinsed out. Check that the spray arms are not blocked and

can rotate freely. Detergent dispenser was damp when detergent was added. Only add detergent to the detergent dispenser

when dry. Excessive formation of foam occurs.

Hand soap got in the rinse aid dispenser. Immediately add rinse aid to the dispenser.

 "Adding rinse aid", Page 19 Rinse aid has been spilled. Remove the rinse aid with a cloth. Detergent or machine care product used causes excessive foaming. Change the brand of detergent.

Connection to home network is not es- tablished.

WLAN on router is not active. Check the wireless network connection of your

router. WLAN display is flashing.

Connection to home network is not available. Activate the wireless network connection on

your router. Home Connect can- not be implemented correctly.

Home Connect set incorrectly. Please consult the documents supplied for

Home Connect. There is a technical error. Please consult the information on support in

the documents supplied for Home Connect. Refill indicator for rinse aid lights up.

No rinse aid. 1. Add Rinse aid  Page 19. 2. Set the amount of rinse aid to be dispensed.

 "Setting the amount of rinse aid", Page 19 Refill indicator for rinse aid does not light up.

Rinse aid system is switched off. Set the amount of rinse aid.

Display flashes. Appliance door is not closed properly. Close the appliance door.

Arrange the dishware so that no parts project beyond the rack and prevent the ap- pliance door from closing properly.

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Issue Cause and troubleshooting Water is left in the appliance at the end of the program.

Filter system or area under the filters is blocked. 1. Clean the Filters  Page 33. 2. Clean the Wastewater pump  Page 45. Program has not yet ended. Wait until the program ends or terminate the

program with Reset.  "Terminating the wash cycle", Page 27

Appliance cannot be switched on or oper- ated.

Software update is taking place. Wait until the software update has finished. Appliance functions have failed. 1. Pull out the power cord plug or switch off the

breaker. 2. Wait at least 2 minutes. 3. Connect the appliance to the power supply. 4. Switch the appliance on.

Appliance does not start.

The breaker has tripped. Check the relevant breaker. Power cord is not inserted. 1. Check whether the power outlet is working. 2. Check whether the power cord plug is properly

inserted in the power outlet and on the rear of the appliance.

Appliance door is not closed properly. Close the appliance door.

Wash cycle starts up automatically.

You did not wait until the cycle ended.  "Terminating the wash cycle", Page 27

Appliance stops dur- ing the cycle or cuts out.

Appliance door is not closed properly. Close the appliance door. Power and/or water supply has been interrupted. 1. Check the power supply. 2. Check the water supply. Upper rack is pressing against inner door and preventing appliance door from being closed se- curely. Check whether the rear panel of the appliance

is being pressed in by a power outlet or a hose holder that has not been removed.

Arrange the dishware so that no parts project beyond the rack and prevent the appliance door from closing properly.

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Issue Cause and troubleshooting Appliance door can- not be closed.

Door lock has been activated. Close the appliance door with greater force. Door cannot be closed due to installation method. Check whether the appliance has been in-

stalled properly. When closed, the appliance door, its decor or attached parts should not knock against adja- cent cabinets or the worktop.

Lid on the detergent dispenser cannot be closed.

Detergent dispenser or lid are blocked by sticky detergent residue. Remove detergent residue.

Filling valves mak- ing knocking noises.

Caused by the domestic installation. No fault present in the appliance. Does not affect function- ing of the appliance. Can only be remedied in the home installation.

Knocking or rattling noise.

Spray arm is striking dishes. Arrange dishware so the spray arms do not

strike dishware. With a small load the water jets directly strike against the tub. Distribute the dishware evenly. Load the appliance with more dishware. Light items of dishware move about during the wash cycle. Position light items of dishware securely.

16.1Clean wastewater pump Large food remnants or foreign objects can block the wastewater pump. As soon as the dishwash- ing water no longer drains prop- erly, the wastewater pump must be cleaned.

CAUTION There may be some sharp debris, such as glass fragments, blocking the wastewater pump. Use caution when removing

parts for cleaning.

1. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.

2. Remove the upper and lower rack.

3. Remove the filter system. 4. Scoop out any water.

Use a sponge if necessary.

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5. Prise off the pump cover using a spoon and grip it by the crosspiece.

6. Lift the pump cover inwards at an angle and remove.

7. Remove any food remnants or foreign objects in the area of the impeller.

8. Insert the pump cover and press down .

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a The pump cover clicks into po- sition.

9. Install the filter system. 10. Insert the upper and lower rack.

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17Transportation, storage and disposal

Transportation, storage and disposal

Here you will find out how to pre- pare your appliance for trans- portation and storage. You will also find out how to dispose of old appliances.

17.1Removing the appliance

1. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.

2. Turn off the water faucet. 3. Detach the drain connection. 4. Detach the drinking water con-

nection. 5. Loosen any screws fastening

the appliance to cabinet parts. 6. Remove the base panel if fitted. 7. Pull the appliance out carefully,

along with the hose behind it.

17.2Vacation and Storage NOTICE: Preparing your unit for vacation Before leaving for vacation dur-

ing warmer weather, besides turning off the main valve, also turn off water supply at the nearest point to the dish- washer. During colder weather, please follow the instructions for winterizing your unit below.

Winteriznig your unit If your dishwasher will be un-

used for an extended period of time in a location that experi- ences freezing temperatures (vacation home or through a vacation period), have your dishwasher winterized by an authorized professional service.

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17.3Transporting the appliance

To avoid damage to the appli- ance, empty it before transporting. Note: Always transport the dish- washer upright to prevent residual water getting into the machine's controls and damaging the appli- ance. 1. Remove dishware from the ap-

pliance. 2. Secure loose parts. 3. Switch on the appliance.

 Page 25 4. Select the program with the

highest temperature. 5. Start the wash cycle.

 Page 26 6. To drain the appliance, termi-

nate the wash cycle after ap- prox. 4 minutes.  "Terminating the wash cy- cle", Page 27

7. Switch off the appliance. 8. Turn off the water faucet. 9. To empty the residual water out

of the appliance, detach the supply hose and let the water drain out.

17.4Disposal of your old appliance

Environmentally sound disposal allows valuable raw materials to be recycled.

WARNING Avoid a risk of entrapment upon disposal. Unplug the appliance from the

power outlet. Cut the power cord and remove

the door upon discarding the appliance.

Check your local area for large appliance recycling programs.

Customer service

18Customer service Customer service

If you have any questions, are un- able to eliminate an issue in the appliance yourself, or the appli- ance needs to be repaired, please contact our Customer Service. We will work to find an appropri- ate solution for you thereby avoid- ing unnecessary visits by a ser- vice provider. With any warranty repair, we will make sure your appliance is re- paired by a trained authorized ser- vice provider using genuine re- placement parts. We use only genuine replacement parts for all repairs. Detailed information on the war- ranty period and terms of warranty can be found in the Statement of Limited Product Warranty, from your retailer, or on our website. If you contact the Customer Ser- vice, you will require the model number (E-Nr.), the production number (FD) and the consecutive numbering (Z-Nr.) of your appli- ance. USA: 1-800-944-2904 www.bosch-home.com/us/owner- support/get-support www.bosch-home.com/us/shop CA: 1-800-944-2904 www.bosch-home.ca/en/service/ get-support www.bosch-home.ca/en/service/ cleaners-and-accessories For assistance with connecting to Home Connect, you can also view instructions here: www.home-connect.com/us/en/ help-support/set-up

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18.1Model number (E- Nr.), production number (FD) and consecutive numbering (Z-Nr.)

You can find the model number (E-Nr.), the production number (FD) and the consecutive number- ing (Z-Nr.) on the appliance's rat- ing plate. The rating plate is located inside the appliance door. Making a note of your appliance's details and the Customer Service telephone number will enable you to find them again quickly.

18.2AquaStop Pledge In addition to the standard war- ranty provided by BSH, BSH will also compensate customers for damage caused by a specific fault in the AquaStop system giving rise to a valid warranty claim. Compensation will be provided under the following conditions: If water damage is caused by a

defect in materials or workman- ship in the AquaStop system, BSH will compensate cus- tomers reasonable and verifi- able damages.

A condition of all warranty claims is the appliance with AquaStop must have been in- stalled and connected correctly in accordance with all instruc- tions; this also includes a prop- erly installed AquaStop exten- sion (genuine accessories). The warranty does not cover defective feed lines or fittings leading to the AquaStop con- nection at the tap.

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Technical specifications

19Technical specifications Technical specifications

Facts and figures for your appliance can be found here.

Weight Max.: 45 kg Voltage 120 V, 50 Hz or 60 Hz Power rating 1440 W Fuse 12 A Water pressure Min. 7.25 psi (50 kPa)

Max. 145 psi (1000 kPa) Inlet rate Min. 2.6 gal/min Water temperature Cold water.

Hot water max.: 140 F/ (60 C) Load capacity 10 place settings

19.1Information regarding Free and Open Source Software

This product includes software components that are licensed by the copyright holders as free soft- ware or open source software. The applicable license information is stored on your home appliance. You can also access the applica- ble license information via your Home Connect App: "Profile -> Legal information -> License Infor- mation". You can download the li- cense information on the brand product website (search for your appliance model on the product website and check additional doc- uments). Alternatively, you can send a request to ossre- quest@bshg.com or to BSH Hausgerte GmbH GmbH, Carl- Wery-Str. 34, D-81739 Mnchen, Germany. The source code will be made available to you on request.

To file a request, please email to ossrequest@bshg.com or send a written request to BSH Haus- gerte GmbH, Carl-Wery-Str. 34, D-81739 Mnchen, Germany. Reference: "OSSREQUEST" The cost of performing your re- quest will be charged to you. This offer is valid three years from the date of purchase or at least as long as we offer support and spare parts for the respective ap- pliance.

Statement of Limited Product Warranty

20Statement of Limited Product Warranty

Statement of Limited Product Warranty

20.1What this Warranty Covers & Who it Applies to

The limited warranty provided by BSH Home Appliances (BSH) in this Statement of Limited Product Warranty applies only to the BSH

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appliance sold to you (Product), provided that the Product was purchased: For your normal, household

(non-commercial) use, and has in fact at all times only been used for normal household pur- poses.

New at retail (not a display, "as is", or previously returned model), and not for resale, or commercial use.

Within the United States or Canada, and has at all times remained within the country of original purchase.

The warranties stated herein ap- ply to the original purchaser of the product warranted herein and to each succeeding owner of the product purchased for ordinary home use during the term of the warranty. Please make sure to return your registration card; while not neces- sary to effectuate warranty cover- age, it is the best way for BSH to notify you in the unlikely event of a safety notice or product recall.

20.2How Long the Warranty Lasts

BSH warrants that the Product is free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three hundred sixty-five (365) days from the date of the original purchase. The foregoing timeline begins to run upon the date of the original purchase, and shall not be stalled, tolled, extended, or suspended, for any reason whatsoever. This Product is also warranted to be free from cosmetic defects in ma- terial and workmanship (such as scratches of stainless steel, paint/ porcelain blemishes, chip, dents, or other damage to the finish) of the Product, for a period of thirty

(30) days from the date of pur- chase or closing date for new con- struction. This cosmetic warranty excludes slight color variations due to inherent differences in painted and porcelain parts, as well as differences caused by kitchen lighting, product location, or other similar factors. This cos- metic warranty specifically ex- cludes any display, floor, As Is, or B stock appliances.

20.3Extended Warranty BSH also provides these addi- tional limited warranties: 5 year limited warranty on elec-

tronics: BSH will repair or re- place any BSH microprocessor or printed circuit board if it proves to be defective in mate- rials or workmanship (excludes labor charges).

5 year limited warranty on dish racks: BSH will replace the up- per or lower dish rack (exclud- ing rack components), if the rack proves defective in materi- als or workmanship (excludes labor charges).

Lifetime warranty against stain- less steel rust through: BSH will repair or replace your dish- washer with the same model or a current model that is substan- tially equivalent or better in functionality, if the inner liner should rust through (excludes labor charges).

BSH will repair or replace the stainless steel door if the door should rust through (excludes labor charges).

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20.4Repair/Replace as Your Exclusive Remedy

During this warranty period, BSH or one of its authorized service providers will repair your Product without charge to you (subject to certain limitations stated herein) if your Product proves to have been manufactured with a defect in ma- terials or workmanship. If reason- able attempts to repair the Prod- uct have been made without suc- cess, then BSH will replace your Product (upgraded models may be available to you, in BSHs sole discretion, for an additional charge). Nothing in this warranty requires damaged or defective parts to be replaced with parts of a different type or design than the original part. All removed parts and components shall become the property of BSH at its sole option. All replaced and/or repaired parts shall assume the identity of the original part for purposes of this warranty and this warranty shall not be extended with respect to such parts. BSH's sole liability and responsibility hereunder is to repair manufacturer-defective Product only, using a BSH autho- rized service provider during nor- mal business hours. For safety and property damage concerns, BSH highly recommends that you do not attempt to repair the Prod- uct yourself, or use a non-autho- rized service provider; BSH will have no responsibility or liability for repairs or work performed by a non-authorized service provider. Authorized service providers are those persons or companies that have been specially trained on BSH products, and who possess, in BSH's opinion, a superior repu- tation for customer service and

technical ability (note that they are independent entities and are not agents, partners, affiliates or rep- resentatives of BSH). Notwith- standing the foregoing, BSH will not incur any liability, or have re- sponsibility, for the Product if it is located in a remote area (more than 100 miles from an authorized service provider) or is reasonably inaccessible, hazardous, threaten- ing, or treacherous locale, sur- roundings, or environment; in any such event, if you request, BSH would still pay for labor and parts and ship the parts to the nearest authorized service provider, but you would still be fully liable and responsible for any travel time or other special charges by the ser- vice company, assuming they agree to make the service call.

20.5Out of Warranty Product

BSH is under no obligation, at law or otherwise, to provide you with any concessions, including re- pairs, prorates, or Product re- placement, once this warranty has expired.

20.6Warranty Exclusions The warranty coverage described herein excludes all defects or damage that are not the direct fault of BSH, including without lim- itation, one or more of the follow- ing: Use of the Product in anything

other than its normal, custom- ary and intended manner (in- cluding without limitation, any form of commercial use, use or storage of an indoor product outdoors, use of the Product in conjunction with air or water- going vessels).

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Any party's willful misconduct, negligence, misuse, abuse, ac- cidents, neglect, improper oper- ation, failure to maintain, im- proper or negligent installation, tampering, failure to follow op- erating instructions, mishan- dling, unauthorized service (in- cluding selfperformed "fixing" or exploration of the appliance's internal workings).

Adjustment, alteration or modi- fication of any kind.

A failure to comply with any ap- plicable state, local, city, or county electrical, plumbing and/ or building codes, regulations, or laws, including failure to in- stall the product in strict con- formity with local fire and build- ing codes and regulations.

Ordinary wear and tear, spills of food, liquid, grease accumu- lations, or other substances that accumulate on, in, or around the Product.

Any external, elemental and/or environmental forces and fac- tors, including without limita- tion, rain, wind, sand, floods, fires, mud slides, freezing tem- peratures, excessive moisture or extended exposure to hu- midity, lightning, power surges, structural failures surrounding the appliance, and acts of God.

Service calls to correct the in- stallation of your Product, to in- struct you how to use your Product, to replace house fuses or correct house wiring or plumbing.

Removal and replacement of trim or decorative panels that interfere with servicing the Product.

Damage or defects caused by labor or parts installed by any non-authorized service

provider, unless approved by BSH before service is per- formed.

In no event shall BSH have any li- ability or responsibility whatsoever for damage to surrounding prop- erty, including cabinetry, floors, ceilings, and other structures or objects around the Product. Also excluded from this warranty are Products, on which the serial numbers have been altered, de- faced, or removed; service visits to teach you how to use the Prod- uct, or visits where there is noth- ing wrong with the Product; cor- rection of installation problems (you are solely responsible for any structure and setting for the Prod- uct, including all electrical, plumb- ing or other connecting facilities, for proper foundation/flooring, and for any alterations including with- out limitation cabinetry, walls, floors, shelving, etc.); and reset- ting of breakers or fuses TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, THIS WARRANTY SETS OUT YOUR EXCLUSIVE REME- DIES WITH RESPECT TO PRODUCT, WHETHER THE CLAIM ARISES IN CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING STRICT LIABILITY, OR NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHERWISE. THIS WAR- RANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IM- PLIED. ANY WARRANTY IM- PLIED BY LAW, WHETHER FOR MERCHANTABILITY OR FIT- NESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR OTHERWISE, SHALL BE EFFECTIVE ONLY FOR THE PERIOD THAT THIS EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EFFECTIVE. IN NO EVENT WILL THE MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDI- RECT, "BUSINESS LOSS", AND/

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OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES, LOSSES, OR EXPENSES, IN- CLUDING WITHOUT LIMITA- TION TIME AWAY FROM WORK, HOTELS AND/OR RESTAURANT MEALS, REMODELLING EX- PENSES IN EXCESS OF DI- RECT DAMAGES WHICH ARE DEFINITIVELY CAUSED EXCLU- SIVELY BY BSH, OR OTHER- WISE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAM- AGES, AND SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WAR- RANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPE- CIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE. No attempt to alter, modify or amend this warranty shall be ef- fective unless authorized in writing by an officer of BSH.

20.7Obtaining Warranty Service

To obtain warranty service for your product, you should contact BSH Customer Support at 1-800-944-2904 to schedule a re- pair.

Wi-Fi Module

FCC/IC Statements

The Home Connect module is a communication device designed to provide communication between

appliances and smart devices.

This module is integrated at the factory, under direct control of B/S/H Home Appliances Corporation, and is not user serviceable or upgradable.

At least 20cm separation distance should be maintained from device to user.

FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT

CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved could void your authority to use this equipment.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any

interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

INDUSTRY CANADA STATEMENT

This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this

device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Operation in the band 5150-5250 MHz is only for indoor use to reduce the potential for harmful interference to co-channel mobile satellite systems.

Le prsent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorise aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage

radiolectrique subi, mme si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.

La bande 5 150-5 250 MHz est rservs uniquement pour une utilisation l'intrieur afin de rduire les risques de brouillage prjudiciable aux systmes de satellites mobiles utilisant les

mmes canaux.

Model: SMB FCC ID: 2AHES-SMB

IC: 21152-SMB

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