Candy CDIH 2T1047-80 User Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Candy CDIH 2T1047-80 User Manual PDF

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Your dishwasher has been carefully designed to operate safely during normal dishwashing procedures... Please keep the following instructions in mind when you are using your dishwasher...

Read all instructions before using the dishwasher... The information in this manual must be followed to minimise the risk of fire or explosion or to prevent property damage, personal injury or loss of life... Use the dishwasher only for its intended function as described in this user guide... This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar applications such as: staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments; farm houses; by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments; bed and breakfast type environments...

Electrical shock hazard

Cut Hazard

When using your dishwasher, follow basic precautions, including the following:

Safety and warnings

WARNING

WARNING

WARNING

Before installing the dishwasher, remove the house fuse or open the circuit breaker... This appliance must be earthed... In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, earthing will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric current... This appliance is equipped with a cord having an equipment- earthing conductor and an earthing plug... The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is installed and earthed in accordance with all local codes and ordinances... WARNING - Improper connection of the equipment-earthing conductor can result in a risk of electric shock... Check with a qualified electrician or service representative if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is properly earthed... Do not modify the power supply plug provided with the appliance - if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician... Do not use an extension cord, adapter plug or multiple outlet box... Failure to follow this advice may result in electrical shock or death...

Take care - panel edges are sharp... Failure to use caution could result in injury or cuts...

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Use only detergents or rinse aid recommended for use in a domestic dishwasher and keep them out of reach of children... Check that the detergent dispenser is empty after the completion of each wash program... When loading items to be washed, locate sharp items so that they are not likely to damage the dishwasher and load sharp knives with the handle up to reduce the risk of cut-type injuries... Do not touch the filter plate (the metal disc in the dishwasher base) during or immediately after use, as it may be hot from the heater plate underneath... Do not tamper with the controls... Do not abuse, sit in, stand on the door or dish rack of the dishwasher... Do not lean on the adjustable racks or use them to support your body weight... To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow children to play in or on the dishwasher... Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot water heater system that has not been used for two weeks or more... Hydrogen gas is explosive... If the hot water system has not been used for such a period, before using the dishwasher, turn on all hot water taps and let the water flow from each for several minutes... This will release any accumulated hydrogen gas... As the gas is flammable, do not smoke or use an open flame during this time... Remove the door to the washing compartment when removing an old dishwasher from service or discarding it... Some dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline... They can be extremely dangerous if swallowed... Avoid contact with the skin and eyes and keep children away from the dishwasher when the door is open... Check that the detergent receptacle is empty after completion of the wash cycle... Certif ied residential dishwashers are not intended for l icensed food establishments...

Maintenance safety instructions Disconnect the appliance from the power supply before any cleaning or maintenance... When disconnecting the appliancepull the plug rather than the power supply cord or junction of cord to avoid damage... Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance or attempt any servicing unless specifically recommended in this user guide... Keep the floor around your appliance clean and dry to reduce the possibility of slipping...

Safety and warnings

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Keep the area around/underneath your appliance free from the accumulation of combustible materials, such as lint, paper, rags and chemicals...

Operational safety instructions Open the door very carefully if the dishwasher is in operation... There is a risk of being sprayed with hot water... Do not open the door fully until the spray arms have stopped rotating... The door should not be left in the open position as this could present a tripping hazard... The water inside the dishwasher is not suitable for drinking... The dishwasher must be used with the filter plate, drain filter and spray arm(s) in place... To identify what these parts are, see drawings in section Care and Cleaning of this user guide... Do not operate this dishwasher if it is damaged, malfunctioning, partially disassembled or has missing or broken parts, including a damaged power supply cord or plug... Household appliances are not intended to be played with by children... Children of less than 8 years old must be kept away from the appliance unless continuously supervised... This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above, and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way and they understand the hazards involved... Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be done by children without supervision... Do not allow children to play inside, on or with this appliance or any discarded appliance... If a dishwasher cleaner is used, we would strongly recommend a wash program with detergent should be run immediately afterward, to prevent any damage to the dishwasher... The dishwasher is designed for washing normal household utensils... Items that are contaminated by petrol, paint, steel or iron debris, corrosive, acidic or alkaline chemicals are not to be washed in the dishwasher... If the dishwasher is not being used for long periods of time, turn the electricity and water supply to the dishwasher off...

safety and warnings

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Product Description

1...

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Detergent dispenser

2...

9...

Rating label

3...

Lower basket

4...

Filters

10...

11...

Salt container

Cutlery basket 5... 6...

Rinse aid dispenser

7... Upper basket

Utensil tray*

Upper spray arm

Lower spray arm

*Some models have the Utensil tray...

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Overview of programmes

1 2 4 5

1087 9 11

3 6

1... ON / OFF button PROGRAMME SELECT button Lack Salt and Rinse Aid reset button Additional function button START DELAY button START / PAUSE button

3...

5... 4...

6...

2... 7... Rinse Aid indicator

PROGRAMME indicator Additional function indicator START DELAY/Status Indicators Salt Aid indicator

9...

11... 10

8...

Models with LED

1)Some programs can select additional functions,Additional functions include adding express reduce the duration of the washing process...

1)

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Overview of programmes

1 2 4 5

1087 9

3 6

1... ON / OFF button PROGRAMME SELECT button START DELAY button Additional function button Lack Salt and Rinse Aid reset button START / PAUSE button

3...

5... 4...

6...

2... 7... Time & Info Display

Speed Up function Indicator Dry function Indicator Add dish Indicator 1/2 function Indicator

9... 10

8...

Time & Info display During any selection the display shows by scrolling related information like:

Programme cycle time

Programme start delay time

Error codes and service information

After start of an operation it displays without scrolling:

Remaining time in hours of a delayed programme starts, e... g...

Remaining programme cycle time in minutes, e... g... 130

While running it may vary due to local conditions and daily working load...

Models with Digit

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2)Some models have the function of Add dish, and some models have the function of 1/2 function...

2)1)

1)Some programs can select additional functions,Additional functions include adding express adding washing block and 1/2 function...

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AUTO WASH

45-70C 148min

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Overview of programmes

Programmes

Programmes Type of food residue Type of load

1)

The appliance senses the type of soil and the quantity of items in the baskets... It automatically adjusts the temperature and quantity of water, energy consumption and programme duration...

2)

Use this programme to quickly rinse the dishes... T his prevents the remaining food to bond on the dishes and bad odours to come out from the appliance... Do not use detergent with this program!

Intensive 70C 130min

Zoom 45C 32min

Prewash 45C 20min

Universal 60C 115min

Glass 45C 98min

Special 45C 72min

ECO 50C 298min

P1

P2

P3

P4

P5

P6

P7

P8

Models with Digit also have the following programs:

1)

2)

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To ensure good washing results,the dishwasher requires soft water... Hard water can be detrimental to the performance of your dishwasher... Over time,glassware washed in hard water will become opaque and dishes will become spotted or covered in a white film... Using very hard water can cause dishwasher parts to fail over time... Salt can improve the situation...

The amount of salt dispensed can be set in S1 and S6 stages,depending on the hardness of your water... 1... Find out about the hardness value of your tap water... Your water utility company will help you with this... 2... Setting can be found in the water hardness table...

Adjusting the water softening system

Identify the local water hardness

Water softening system

* Remark 1) Factory default setting for powder detergent... 2) Recommended setting for combi detegent tablets... 3) Indicator for Salt is off...

Water hardness Water softener

adjustment German degrees(dH)

French degrees(fH)

Mmol/l Clarke degrees

electronic

31-50 55-89 5... 5... -8... 9 39-63 S6 17-30 30-54 3... 0-5... 4 21-38 S5 13-16 23-29 2... 3-2... 9 16-20 S4

9-12 16-22 1... 6-2... 2 11-15 S3 0-8 0-15 0-1... 5 0-10 S2 - - - - S1

1) *

2) *

3) *

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As soon as the low salt indicator is lit on the control panel ,salt should be topped up... Always refill with special salt immediately before switching on the appliance... This ensures that overrun special salt solution is immediately washed out and does not corrode the rinsing tank...

Using special salt

Top up the salt as follows:

Water softening system

Only use dishwasher salt... Other products can cause damage to the appliance! Any spilled salt causes corrosion... Run a programme after each refill...

1... Turn the cap clockwise to open the salt container... 2... Fill with1 litre of water into the salt container...

3... Fill the tank up with specific salt(water overflows)... 4... Remove spilled salt from the opening area... 5... Turn the cap counter-clockwise to close the salt container...

CAUTION

6... Press button for 3 sec after each refill to reset salt aid indicator...

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Adjusting the rinse aid dosage The normal, factory-set dosage level is R2, but you may need to adjust this to suit your water conditions...

If there is excessive foaming at the end of the wash,reduce the dosage... If you live in a hard water area or if dishes are wet or streaky after drying, increase the dosage... To adjust the rinse aid setting: If you are using tablets with built-in rinse aid, we recommend setting the rinse aid dosage level to off (R0)...

How to refill the rinse aid dispenser 1... Pull the button to snap the dispenser cover open...

2... Pour rinse aid into the circular opening, making sure not to fill beyond the MAX marking... IMPORTANT! Take care not to spill rinse aid into the dishwasher... Any spills must be wiped up to prevent excess foaming... Failure to do so may result in a service call, which will not be covered by warranty... 3... Close the cover, making sure it clicks shut... 4... Press and hold the button for 3 sec after each refill to reset rinse aid indicator...

Dosage regulator

When to refill the rinse aid dispenser When rinse aid level becomes low,for the models with digit, the digtial will scrolling display RINSE AID to remind you to refill the dispensers... For the models with LED,the rinse and salt indicators will be on to remind you...

Using rinse aid

We highly recommend using liquid rinse aid regularly to get the best drying results... Rinse aid gives a streak-free, sparkling clean look to glass and chinaware... In addition, it prevents metal from tarnishing...

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Utensils

Never put highly absorbent materials, such as sponges and towels in your dishwasher... Do not put dishes or cutlery that have been soiled by tobacco ash, wax, lubricating grease or paint in your dishwasher...

IMPORTANT!

Cutlery and silverware All cutlery and silverware should be rinsed immediately after use to prevent tarnishing caused by some foods... Silver items should not come into contact with stainless steel, e... g... other cutlery... Mixing these items can cause staining... Remove silver cutlery from the dishwasher and hand dry immediately after the programme has finished...

Aluminium Aluminium can be dulled by dishwasher detergent... The degree of change depends on the quality of the item...

Other metals Iron and cast iron objects can rust and stain other items... Copper, pewter and brass tend to stain... Wash these items by hand...

Woodware Wooden items are generally sensitive to heat and water... Regular use in the dishwasher may cause deterioration over time... If in doubt, wash by hand...

Glassware Most everyday glassware is dishwasher safe... Crystal, very fine and antique glassware may etch that is, become opaque... You may prefer to wash these items by hand...

Plastic Some plastic may change shape or colour with hot water... Check the manufacturers instructions about washing plastic items... Washable plastic items should be weighted down so they do not flip over and fill with water or fall through the basket during the wash...

Decorated items Most modern china patterns are dishwasher safe... Antique items, those with a pattern painted over the glaze, gold rims or hand-painted china may be more sensitive to machine washing... If in doubt, wash by hand

Glued items Certain adhesives are softened or dissolved in machine washing... If in doubt, wash by hand...

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Loading utensils

IMPORTANT!

Upper rack The upper rack is designed to hold items like glasses, cups, saucers, plates and shallow pans... The upper rack may be adjusted to accommodate larger items... You can adjust the height of the upper basket to create more space for tall items in the lower basket...

The upper rack may be adjusted to accommodate larger items... Place small items on the foldable cup holder...

If the tableware or cookware rack is burnt, scorched,sticky, and other food which is very difficult to removed, it is advisable to soak it for a period of time before washing it or pre-dispose it with a dish cloth or else it will be hard to clean... Remove any large food particles before placing dishes in the dishwasher... It is not necessary to prerinse utensils under running water...

Place sharp and pointed items with the blade pointing downward into the knife rack, to keep them out of harms way...

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Loading utensils

Place the largest items here: pots, pans, lids, serving dishes and bowls... Fold down the tines to place pots and pans flat on the bottom... Ensure dishware items do not block the spray arm above from rotating... If you need more height for tall items, you can raise the upper basket... See instructions on previous pages...

Lower rack

To adjust the upper rack:

1... Fully extend the upper rack and rotate open the two plastic end caps on the front of the rails... 2... Remove the upper rack... 3... Select the set of rollers on the side of the rack that provides the desired height, and reinstall the upper rack by guiding the rack rails between the appropriate set of rollers... 4... With the rack reinstalled, rotate closed the two plastic end caps, ensuring the snap is properly engaged... Failure to properly engage the end caps may result in the rack falling from the dishwasher...

End Cap

Rollers

Rail

Remove:

Rail

End Cap

Replace: Rollers

IMPORTANT! Before you adjust its height,make sure the basket is empty...

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Loading utensils

Cutlery basket

Put sharp and pointed items with the blade pointing downward to keep them out of harms way...

Mix spoons with other cutlery to prevent them to bond together... Use the grid element in order to separate the cutlery... Place Cutlery with the handles down for better washing results... If long items may block the spray arms find a horizontal positioning in the upper basket...

CAUTION

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Adding detergent

IMPORTANT!

Only use detergents recommended for automatic dishwashers... Dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline... They can be extremely dangerous if swallowed... Avoid contact with the skin and eyes and keep children and infirm persons away from the dishwasher when it is open... Check that the detergent dispenser is empty after completion of each wash programme... Never sprinkle or pour detergent directly onto any item in the dishwasher... Detergent and dishwasher tablets should not be in direct contact with dishes or cutlery... Do not use hand washing liquids, soap, laundry detergents or disinfectants, as these will damage the dishwasher...

Filling the detergent dispenser 1... Pull the button on the right of the dispenser... IMPORTANT! Approach the dispenser from the right-hand side to prevent the cover from snapping open on your hand... 2... Add detergent into the appropriate compartment(s)... The 15 and 25 markings in the main wash compartment correspond to grams of powdered detergent...

IMPORTANT! Tablets should only be placed in the main wash (larger) compartment... 3... Remove any excess detergent from the edges of the dispenser... 4... Close the cover and press down until it clicks shut... The detergent will automatically be released into the dishwasher during the wash programme...

Open the cover here

wash compartment

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Before first Use

If you want to change the Rinse AId setting, press to change the setting in steps between R1 ( minimum dispense) and R4 ( maximum dispense)...

If you want to activate/de-activate the buzzer, Press to toggle Buzzer On (LED on) or Buzzer OFF (LED off)...

3... Press and hold the for 3S to save the setting and exit the setting mode...

How to Adjust User Preference Settings for LED Models

During the selection of programmes, press and hold for about 5 seconds to enter the user preference settings... User preference settings include Water Softener

setting,Buzzer setting,Rinse Aid setting and Memo Mode setting...

1... The appliance is switched on...

2... Press and hold the for 5S to enter the user setting mode, and all LEDs will flash for 1s and then turn off... If you want to adjust the water softener, press to scroll the setting between S1 and S6 (the default is S4) as the table below:

P1 P2 P3 P4 Zoom Sx level 0 0 0 0 0 S1 1 0 0 0 0 S2 1 1 0 0 0 S3 1 1 1 0 0 S4 default 1 1 1 1 0 S5 1 1 1 1 1 S6

3h 6h 9h Rx level 0 0 0 R1 Empty 1 0 0 R2 3ml 1 1 0 R3 5ml default 1 1 1 R4 6ml

The LED displays as follows:

If you want to Turn On/Turn Off the Memo Mode, press as follows:

Salt/Rinse symbol Memo mold 0 OFF default 1 ON

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Before first Use

5... The display shows the current level of Rinse Aid after 5 seconds... The level setting is from R1-R4, and the default is R3... Press the additional function key to set the level backward:R3-R2-R1-R2-R3-R4... Press the Salt / Rinse reset key to set the level forward:R3-R4-R1-R2-R3-R4... Press the program selection key to save the current level and enter the Memo setting... Or press and hold the power key for 3S to save the settings and enter the program selection state...

4... The display shows BUZZER, and displays NO after 5S... The default is NO... Press the Salt / Rinse reset key to set to NO... Press the program selection key to save the current level and enter the Rinse Aid setting... Or press and hold the power key for 3S to save the settings and enter the program selection status...

How to Adjust User Preference Settings for DIGIT Models

During the selection of programmes, press and hold the program selection key for 5S to enter the user setting mode... User setting mode includes Language setting, Water Softener setting, Buzzer setting,Rinse Aid setting and Memo Mode setting...

1... The appliance is switched on...

2... Press the program selection key to enter the Language setting menu, and the display will show the current language... Press to move backward and to move forward between the 25 languages... Press the program selection key again to save the current selection language and enter the Water Softener setting menu... Or press the power key for 3S to save the settings and enter the program selection state...

6... The digital tube will scroll to display the MEMO FUNCTION, and displays NO after 5S... Press the Salt / Rinse reset key to switch between YES and NO... Press the program selection key to save the current level and enter the Language setting... Press and hold the power key for 3S to save the settings and enter the program selection state...

3... The current water hardness level will be displayed after the display shows SOFTENER 5S... The default level is S4... The level setting is from S1 to S6... Press the additional function key to set the level backward: S3-S2-S1-S2-S3-S4-S5-S6... Press the Salt / Rinse reset key to set the level forward S4-S5-S6-S1-S2-S3-S4... Press the program selection key to save the current level and enter the Buzzer setting... Or press and hold the power key for 3S to save the settings and enter the program selection state...

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Daily Use

1... Open the door and Press the ON/OFF button to turn the dishwasher on... *The display will show the wash programme time...

3... Press to start the programme and close the door... 2... Press to select the program you want on the dishwasher control panel...

NOTICE

Start a Programme

If the MEMO MODE YES... The appliance remembers the last programme you used... The next time the appliance will switch on, the appliance pre-selects the programme last used...

Set a start time by the following procedure in order to delay a programme start: 1... Set a programme... 2... Press and hold the reservation button until the display flashes the required delay time (from 1 to 24hours)... *The LED molds delay time is 3h,6h,9h... 3... Press the START/PAUSE button and close the door... The display shows the countdown of the start delay... The countdown decreases with steps of 1 hour... When the countdown is completed, the programme starts...

Start a Programme with Delay

Pause and restart a wash programme 1... Open the door carefaly to pause the programme... The time remaining will flash and the pause beep will sound while the dishwasher is paused...

NOTICE There is a risk of being sprayed with hot water,do not fully open the door until the spray arms have stopped rotating... 2... Load,remove,or rearrange any dishes if needed... 3... Close the door to restart the programme...

Cancel or change a wash programme Open the door carefully to pause the programme... Press and hold 3 sec, Washing program reset... And then you can choice a new wash programme to start...

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Daily Use

When the current reservation time is displayed for 24h,or other time... Press the reservation button again to cancel the reservation...

1... Press the or for about 3 second... The start delay is cancelled... The programme is aborted... 2... Start a new programme and a delayed start if desired...

If a programme will be aborted in the process of washing dishes, the residue of detergent remains on the dishes... These can cause damage to health! Make sure to rinse off the detergent residues completely before using these dishes again...

If the door will be opened immediately after the end of programme, hot steam can escape... Danger of scalding!Open the door carefully!

When the programme is completed, the display shows END OF CYCLE and an accoustic signal is heard (if it is not switched off)... The display switches off... 1... Press to switch off the appliance or the appliance switches into standby mode automatically after 1 minutes... 2... Open the door...

3... Remove dishes: Open the door slightly and leave it ajar (about 100 mm) to help the drying process... Let the dishes become cold before removing them from the appliance... Hot dishes damage more easily... First remove the items from the lower basket, then from the upper basket...

CAUTION

CAUTION

Cancel a Delayed Start

Cancel Start Delay / Programme

End of Programme

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Care and cleaning

Over time, food residue or limescale deposits may accumulate inside your dishwasher... These may reduce efficiency, and food residue may produce a bad odour... Inspect and clean your dishwasher regularly...

To clean exterior surfaces of the dishwasher, wipe with a clean, soft damp cloth and dry with a clean, lint-free cloth... For non-flush surfaces wipe along or around the surface... For example, to wipe down the exterior control buttons, use a circular wiping motion around the button... Take care not to cause excessive wetting of the control panel area... Note: before cleaning the control panel, it is useful to disable the buttons by activating Keylock...

Clean thoroughly with warm water on a soft, lint-free cloth... If the interior is heavily soiled, use a dishwasher cleaner/descaler following the manufacturers instructions...

The filters prevent larger food particles in the wash water from reaching the pump... These particles may occasionally block the filters... We recommend cleaning the filters whenever there is evidence of food particles...

Cleaning the dishwasher exterior

Cleaning the door seal and dishwasher interior

IMPORTANT ! Before any cleaning or maintenance, always disconnect the dishwasher from the power supply, turn off the water supply, and wait until all parts of the dishwasher have cooled... Do not use the following cleaning aids, as they may damage the surfaces: -plastic or stainless steel scouring pads -abrasive, solvent, household cleaners -acid or alkaline cleaners -laundry detergents or disinfectants -stainless steel cleaners or polishes -hand-washing liquids or soap Where there is broken crockery or glass in the dishwasher, it must be carefully removed to prevent personal injury or damage to the appliance... After cleaning, always check that the spray arms and filters are all correctly in place...

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Care and cleaning

To remove the drain filter, turn the filter anti-clockwise to release, then lift out... Once the drain filter has been removed you can lift the filter plate out... Rinse them thoroughly under running water and then replace... Replace the filters correctly after cleaning, making sure the filter plate is flush with the dishwasher base...

IMPORTANT ! When cleaning the underside of the filter plate, take care handling its sharp outer edge...

Cleaning the spray arms

Cleaning the upper spray arm/head

Limescale and food particles in the wash water can block the holes in the spray arms and the arm mountings... Clean these parts about once a month, or more often should the need arise...

Do not remove the upper spray arm for cleaning... Clean with a small plastic-bristled brush, or if heavily soiled or blocked use a dishwasher cleaner/descaler following the manufacturers instructions...

Drain filter

Filter plate

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Care and cleaning

Cleaning the centre spray arm To remove the centre spray arm, carefully unscrew its locking nut... Rinse the spray arm thoroughly under running water, then refit...

IMPORTANT ! Make sure you twist the locking nut on the centre spray arm firmly back on the water supply tube... Check that the centre spray arm is firmly locked in place and rotates freely...

Cleaning the lower spray arm To remove the lower spray arm, simply lift the spray arm off its mounting... Rinse the spray arm thoroughly under running water, then refit it on its mounting...

Lower spray arm

Centre spray arm

Locking nut

Water supply tube

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Troubleshooting

Before maintenance, deactivate the appliance and disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket... Electrical equipment should be serviced only by qualified electrical experts, because improper repairs can cause considerable consequential damages...

Many occuring problems could be solved by yourself without specific expertise... In case of a problem please check all shown possibilities and follow below instructions before you contact an after sales service...

The appliance does not start, or it stops during operation or Indicator is lighted

Problem Possible cause Possible solution

The programme does not start...

Appliance door is open... Close the appliance door...

Delay start is set... Refer to displayed time...

Mains plug is not connected in the mains socket... Connect the mains plug...

Fuse in the house circuit is damaged... Replace the fuse...

Rinse Aid Indicator is lighted...

Rinse aid dispenser is empty... Refill Rinse aid until full...

Refill of rinse aid was not confirmed...

CAUTION

Salt Aid Indicator is lighted...

Softener salt is empty... Fill the tank up with specific salt until full...

Refill of salt was not confirmed...

Press button for 3 sec after each refill...

Press button for 3 sec after each refill...

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Troubleshooting

Problem Possible cause Possible solution

Acoustic alarm, display shows ALARMCODE The appliance does not fill with water...

Water tap is closed...

Open the water tap... Note: Whenever Error is s o l v e d s w i t c h o f f t h e appliance and restart the programm...

Water inlet hose has a kink or a bend...

Make sure that the position of the hose is correct...

In case of aqua-stop system: water protection is triggered; the marker (C) is red...

The hose must be replaced...

Filter in the water inlet hose is clogged...

Clean the filter at the inlet hose connections at tap and the rear of the appliance...

Water inlet is clogged... Check water flow from tap...

Water pressure is too low... Contact your local water authority...

Acoustic alarm, display shows ALARMCODE The appliance does

Filters are clogged...

Scoop out as much water as possible... Clean filters... Continue programme by pressing the START/PAUSE button...

The drainage is blocked...

Scoop out as much water as possible... M a k e s u r e t h a t d r a i n water connection and piping is correct and not blocked... Continue programme by pressing the START/PAUSE button...

Acoustic alarm, display shows ALARMCODE Leak: The drainpump runs permanently!

Anti- flood device is on: There are water leakages in the appliance... The water inlet valve is open and blocked... The drainage is blocked...

1... Close the water tap... 2... Disconnect appliance from power supply... 3... Contact Service...

Error codes on the display

All other Alarmcodes: 1... Note Alarmcode 2... Contact Service ; refer to CUSTOMER SERVICE

E20

E30

E10

Or all LED lights flash once every 3s

Or all LED lights flash twice every 3s

Or all LED lights flash 3 times every 3s

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Troubleshooting

Problem Possible cause Possible solution

The dishes are not clean...

Filters are clogged... Clean the filters...

F i l te rs are not cor rec t ly assembled and installed...

Make sure that the fi lters are correctly assembled and installed...

Spray arms are clogged... Remove remain ing food remnants with a thin pointed object...

P r o g r a m m e w a s n o t applicable for the type of load and food remnants...

M a k e s u r e t h a t t h e programme is applicable for the type of load and food remnants...

Incorrect position of the items in the baskets... Water could not wash all items...

Make sure that the position of the items in the baskets is correct and that the water can easily wash all items...

Spray arms could not turn freely...

Make sure that the position of the items in the baskets is correct and does not cause the blockage of the spray arms...

No detergent or insufficient quantity of detergent in the detergent dispenser...

Make sure that you add the correct quantity detergent in the dispenser before you start a programme...

T h e w a s h c y c l e w a s interrupted by a long break...

Do not open the door or cut power supply during the wash cycle...

Whitish streaks, s t a i n s o r b l u i s h layers on glasses and dishes...

Released quantity of rinse aid is too much...

D e c r e a s e t h e r e l e a s e d quantity of rinse aid...

Quantity of detergent was too much...

Make sure that you add the correct quantity of detergent in the dispenser before you start a programme...

Multitab detergent tablets used with a short programme might not fully dissolve...

Select a longer programme when using Multitab detergent tablets...

Washing Results are not satisfactory

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Troubleshooting / Technical Data

Problem Possible cause Possible solution

Dry water drop stains on glasses and dishes...

Rinse aid dosage is too low... Increase the released quantity of rinse aid...

Q u a l i t y o f r i n s e a i d o r Multitab... stains on glasses

Cleaning product too old; change the product...

The dishes are wet... Programme had no drying phase... Programme had a low temperature drying phase...

Open the door slightly and leave it ajar (about 100 mm) to help the drying process...

The dishes are wet and matte...

Rinse aid dispenser is empty... Ref i l l r i nse a id in to the dispenser and reset the rinse aid indicator...

Quality of rinse aid or Multitab... Cleaning product too old; change the product...

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Suppliers name or trade mark Candy Suppliers model identifier

-place settings

Power consumption (Po) in off-mode in W

Rated capacity in standard

Energy consumption (Et) of the standard cleaning cycle in kWh

Energy efficiency class 1)

Annual energy consumption (AEc) in kWh/year 2)

Annual water consumption (AWc) in liter/year 3) Drying efficiency class 4) Standard programme (standard cleaning cycle) 5) Programme time for the stan- dard cleaning cycle in minutes Duration of the left-on mode (Tl) in minutes Airborne acoustical noise emissions in dB(A) re 1pW

Mounting / optional mounting

1) A+++ (highest efficiency) to D (lowest efficiency)... 2) Energy consumption is based on the standard cleaning cycle (280 per year) using cold water fill and the consumption of the lower modes... Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used... 3) Water consumption in litres per year, based on 280 standard cleaning cycles... Actual water consumption will depend on how the appliance is used... 4) A (highest efficiency) to G (lowest efficiency)... 5) This programme is suitable to clean normally dirtied tableware and it is the most efficient programme in terms of its combined energy and water consumption for that type of tableware...

Total absorbed power Colour

222

9

A+

0... 78

0... 3

2520

A

ECO

298

1

52

9 230V/50Hz

1930 W

222

9

A+

0... 78

0... 3

2520

A

ECO

298

1

52

BI Full-integrated

Silver

222

9

A+

0... 78

0... 3

2520

A

ECO

298

1

49

197

9

A++

0... 69

0... 3

2520

A

ECO

298

1

49

Maximum current intensity

Mains water pressure Power voltage

0... 04-1 MPa (= 0... 3-1 0 bar)

Technical Data

CDIH 1L952 CDIH 1D952 CDIH 1L949 CDIH 2D949

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Suppliers name or trade mark Candy Suppliers model identifier

-place settings

Power consumption (Po) in off-mode in W

Rated capacity in standard

Energy consumption (Et) of the standard cleaning cycle in kWh

Energy efficiency class 1)

Annual energy consumption (AEc) in kWh/year 2)

Annual water consumption (AWc) in liter/year 3) Drying efficiency class 4) Standard programme (standard cleaning cycle) 5) Programme time for the stan- dard cleaning cycle in minutes Duration of the left-on mode (Tl) in minutes Airborne acoustical noise emissions in dB(A) re 1pW

Mounting / optional mounting

1) A+++ (highest efficiency) to D (lowest efficiency)... 2) Energy consumption is based on the standard cleaning cycle (280 per year) using cold water fill and the consumption of the lower modes... Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used... 3) Water consumption in litres per year, based on 280 standard cleaning cycles... Actual water consumption will depend on how the appliance is used... 4) A (highest efficiency) to G (lowest efficiency)... 5) This programme is suitable to clean normally dirtied tableware and it is the most efficient programme in terms of its combined energy and water consumption for that type of tableware...

Total absorbed power Colour

230V/50Hz

211

10

A++

0... 74

0... 3

2520

A

ECO

298

1

47

BI Full-integrated

10

Silver 1930 W

211

10

A++

0... 74

0... 3

2520

A

ECO

298

1

47

Maximum current intensity

Mains water pressure Power voltage

0... 04-1 MPa (= 0... 3-1 0 bar)

Technical Data

CDIH 2L1047 CDIH 2T1047

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Suppliers name or trade mark Candy Suppliers model identifier

-place settings

Power consumption (Po) in off-mode in W

Rated capacity in standard

Energy consumption (Et) of the standard cleaning cycle in kWh

Energy efficiency class 1)

Annual energy consumption (AEc) in kWh/year 2)

Annual water consumption (AWc) in liter/year 3) Drying efficiency class 4) Standard programme (standard cleaning cycle) 5) Programme time for the stan- dard cleaning cycle in minutes Duration of the left-on mode (Tl) in minutes Airborne acoustical noise emissions in dB(A) re 1pW

Mounting / optional mounting

1) A+++ (highest efficiency) to D (lowest efficiency)... 2) Energy consumption is based on the standard cleaning cycle (280 per year) using cold water fill and the consumption of the lower modes... Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used... 3) Water consumption in litres per year, based on 280 standard cleaning cycles... Actual water consumption will depend on how the appliance is used... 4) A (highest efficiency) to G (lowest efficiency)... 5) This programme is suitable to clean normally dirtied tableware and it is the most efficient programme in terms of its combined energy and water consumption for that type of tableware...

Total absorbed power Colour

222

9

A

0... 78

0... 3

2520

A

ECO

298

1

49

9

Silver

230V/50Hz

1930 W

211

10

A

0... 74

0... 3

2520

A

ECO

298

1

47

BI Full-integrated

10

Silver 1930 W

211

10

A

0... 74

0... 3

2520

A

ECO

298

1

47

10

Silver 1930 W

Maximum current intensity

Mains water pressure Power voltage

0... 04-1 MPa (= 0... 3-1 0 bar)

Technical Data

CDIH 1L949-08 CDIH 2L1047-08 CDIH 2D1047-08

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