Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product RHSLDW1SW Russell Hobbs
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Slimline Dishwasher Instruction Manual Please read these instructions carefully and keep them for future ref erence Model Number: R HSLDW1 For Customer Services, Spare Parts & Ma.
Contents Components ............................................................................................................. 4 Control Panel .............................................................................................
Upper Basket ................................................................................................................................ . 17 Incorrect Loads ................................ .............................................
Components 1. W orkto p 2. Upper Basket 3. Upper Spray Arm 4. Lower Basket 5. Lower Spray Arm 6. Filters 7. Rating Plate 8. Control Panel 9. Detergent and rinse aid dispenser 10. Cutlery Basket 11. Salt Dispenser 12.
Control Panel 1. Power on/off W hen t he power on/off button is pressed, the light on the Start/Pause button will illuminate. 2. Door Handle The door handle is used to open/close the do or. 3. Start/Pause Button Once you press the Start/Pause button, the prog ramme you selected with the selector button will start running and the indicator lamp ‘wash/dry’ will illuminate.
Technical Speci fication EC declarat ion of conformity All stages related to the machine are executed in accordance with the safety rules provided in all relevant directive of the European Community. 2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EC, IEC 436/DIN 44990, EN50242 Safety Information Recycling - Certain components and the packaging of your machine hav e been produced from recyclable materials.
Safety information - W hen y ou receive your machine, check for damage to the packaging and unit. - Never start a machine that is damaged. Contact 01204 664 084 for advice if your machine is received in a damaged state. When installing your machine - Ensure you choose a suitable, safe and level place to install your machine.
- Children should not use this machine as this may result in injury . It ems no t suitable for dish washing - Do not allow cigarette ashes, candle remains, polish, chemical substances to enter the dishwasher. - Cutlery with bone, ivory or nacre coated handles, glued items or items soiled with abrasive chemicals.
Ensure that the water inlet hose does not become compressed while positioning the machine. Also, make sure that the machine does not stan d on the electric a l cable. Ensure the machine is level when placed on the su rface. Adjust the feet by twisting clockwise to raise the height of the machine, and anti-clockwise to reduce the height of the machine.
Electrical Co nnection The earthed plug of your machine should be connected to an earthed outlet sup plied by a suitable voltage and current. Ensure a qualified engineer is appointed to install the machine to ensure that the machine is correctly earthed.
Before using the machine Water To maximise cleaning quality, the machine requires soft water – ie low calcareou s water. Lime scale may form on dishes and the interior of the machine in hard water areas. This will reduce the performance of the machine.
Testing Strip The washing effectiveness of your machine depends on the so ftness of the tap water. For this reason, your machine is equipped with a system that reduces the ha rdness in the mains w ater supply. To find out the hardness of w ater in your area, contact your local water board who can determine the hardness o f water in your area using a testing strip.
Adju sting salt consumption Water Hardness Level British Hardness dE Hardness Level In dicator 1 0 - 6 Wash/Dry Lamp is on End lamp is off Start/Pause Lamp is off 2 7 - 14 Wash/Dry Lamp is on End lamp is off Start/Pause Lamp is off 3 15 - 21 Wash/Dry Lamp is on End lamp is off Start/Paus Lamp is off 4 22 - 28 Wash/Dry Lamp is on End lamp is off Start/Pa us e Lamp is off 5 29 - 42 Wash/Dry Lamp is on End lamp is off Start/Pause Lamp is off 6 43 - 63 Wash/Dry Lamp is on End lamp is off Start/Pause Lamp is off Please note: Hardness setting is set to level 3 as a factory setting.
Detergent Use Only use a detergent that is specifically designed for domestic dish washers. Detergent should be put into the compartment located on the inside o f the door in prior to starting the machine.
heavily soiled items, pour a small amount (5cm³ ) into the prewash section of the tablet dispenser (a). Combined Detergents Detergent manufacturers also manufacture combined detergents that are called ‘2 in 1’, ‘3 in 1’ and ‘5 in 1’.
Loading your dishwasher Ensure dishes are placed in the machine with sufficient space for wat er to flow around the dishes. This will allow optimum energy efficien cy. There are two baskets provided with this machine, the upper basket is designed for cups, glasses, shallow dishes and tea plates.
Examples of load ing Lower Basket Upper Basket Incorrect Loads For Customer Services, Spare Parts & Manufacturer's W arranty Information please c.
Standard Loading Capacity Upper and lower baskets: 10 place settings. The upper basket should be adjusted to the lower position. For Customer Services, Spare Parts & Manufa.
Programme Opt ions 1 For Customer Services, Spare Parts & Manufacturer's W arranty Information please call 012 0 4 66 4 0 84 - 19 - .
Using the machin e Switching on the machine To switch on the machine, press the ‘On/Off’ button Selecting a programme . Monitoring y our wash cycle Changin g a programme Resetting dur ing a cycle To reset the machine during a cycle to allow you to reselect a programme from the start, press the ‘Play/Pause’ button once.
Switching the m achine off To switch the machine off after a cycle, wait until the finish light is illuminated (lower LED). Then press the ‘On/Off’ butto n. Important infor mation Once a wash cycle has finished, the dry ing proce ss can be sped up by opening the machine door slightly.
Maintenance and cleaning Cleaning the machine regularly will prolong the machines service life. Oil and lime ac cumulation If oil and lime accumulate in the machine, run the machine e mpty while en suring the use of a dishwasher tablet/detergent.
filter and line up the corresponding markings. Lock the micro filter into the metal/plastic filter and turn in the direction of the arrow (4) . - Ne ver use the dishwasher without the filter present. Incorrectly fitting the f ilter will reduce the washing effectiveness of the machine.
Error Codes Programme moni tor light is on and Start/Pause l ight is flashing Your machine door is open. Shut the door. The programme won’t start - Check the machine is plugged in. - Check the indoor fuses. - Ensure the water inlet hose is turned on.
Control lamps illuminated after cycle has finished The ‘On/Off’ button has not been released. Detergent residue s are left in the detergent compa rtment Wa ter will not drai n - The water drain hose is clogg ed o r twisted. - The filters are clogged.
- Not enough detergent is being used. - Rinse aid setting is too low. - Salt is needed due to hard water - W ater so ftener setting at low level. - Salt compartment cap not closed properly. Dishes w on’t dry - A programme without a dry operation has been selected.
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