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Bosch SB series Instruction Manual

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  • Page 1 Dishwasher SB... SM... en Instruction manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents e n I n s t r u c t i o n m a n u a l Intended use ....5 Rinse aid.
  • Page 4 Operating the appliance ..30 Cleaning and maintenance ..34 Programme data ....30 Overall condition of the machine . . . 34 Changing the settings .
  • Page 5: Intended Use

    Intended use en Delivery Intended use Check the packaging and This appliance is intended dishwasher immediately for ■ I n t e n d e d u s e for use in the home and the damage caused in transit. home environment.
  • Page 6: In Daily Use

    en Safety instructions If the power cord of this Install built-under or ■ ■ appliance is damaged, it integratable appliances only must be replaced with a under continuous worktops particular power cord. which have been screwed to To prevent injury, the power adjacent cupboards to cord may be purchased from ensure stability.
  • Page 7: Disposal

    Safety instructions en If the appliance is damaged, If the appliance is not in a ■ ■ especially the control panel cavity and a side panel is (cracks, holes, broken accessible, the door hinge buttons), or the door function area must be covered at the is impaired, stop operating side for reasons of safety the appliance.
  • Page 8: Door Lock

    en Safety instructions Keep children away from Childproof lock (door lock) * ■ open dishwasher. There may The child-proof lock (door lock) D o o r l o c k be small parts in the protects children from potential dishwasher which children hazards which the dishwasher could swallow and the water poses.
  • Page 9: Environmental Protection

    Environmental protection en Open the door with activated Environmental child-proof lock (door lock) as protection follows: Press the catch of the Both the packaging of new appliances child-proof lock to the right t e c t i o n E n v i r o n m e n t a l p r o and the old appliances themselves (1).
  • Page 10: Getting To Know Your

    en Getting to know your appliance Appliance interior Getting to know your See Fig. ~ Page 2 appliance 1" Interior light * 1* Cutlery drawer * Diagrams of the control panel and the y o u r a p p l i a n c e G e t t i n g t o k n o w 12 Top basket interior of the appliance can be found at...
  • Page 11: Info Button

    Getting to know your appliance en Info button { Keep pressing button > )* until the time setting is indicated on the The Info button { can be used to display window at the top @. I n f o b u t t o n display additional programme Make the setting with setting buttons information.
  • Page 12: Switching On The Appliance For The First Time

    en Getting to know your appliance Switching on the appliance for the first time When the dishwasher is switched on for Change the setting as follows: the first time, you are taken directly to Keep pressing button > )* until the the settings for switching on the required setting is displayed.
  • Page 13: Settings

    Getting to know your appliance en Settings The dishwasher has been preset with Make the setting with setting buttons certain settings for your convenience. + - X. You can change this factory setting. Press and hold the Info button { 8 for 3 seconds.
  • Page 14 en Getting to know your appliance Setting Factory setting Infotext by pressing Info button { Infolight * Light is projected to signal an active cleaning cycle. Start programme Eco 50° When switching on, the last selected programme appears. Tone volume * Setting 2 Volume of signal at end of programme.
  • Page 15: Water Softening System

    Water softening system/special salt en Adjusting the water softening Water softening system system / special salt The amount of salt dispensed can be set from 0 to 62°E. Salt is not required To ensure good rinsing results, the at the set value 0-8. s y s t e m / s p e c i a l s a W a t e r s o f t e n i n g dishwasher requires soft water, i.e.
  • Page 16: Detergent With A Salt Component

    en Rinse aid Switching off low salt Top up the salt as follows: Undo the screw plug on the indicator / dispenser 1b. water softening system Fill the dispenser with water (required only when switching on the If the use of combined detergents with a s t e m t e r s o f t e n i n g s y S w i t c h i n g o f f w a...
  • Page 17: Setting Amount Of Rinse Aid

    Rinse aid en Setting amount of rinse aid Top up the rinse-aid as follows: Open dispenser 92; press lug on The amount of rinse aid to be the lid (1) and lift (2). dispensed can be set from 0 to 6. Set the amount of rinse aid to be dispensed to 5 to obtain a very good drying result.
  • Page 18: Utensils

    en Utensils Loading the dishwasher Utensils Remove large food remnants. It Not suitable is not necessary to prerinse utensils U t e n s i l s under running water. Cutlery and utensils made of wood. Place the utensils so that ■...
  • Page 19: Lower Basket

    Utensils en Utensils must not be placed Other examples, such as the best Note: Tip: above the tablet collecting tray 1B. way of loading your dishwasher, can be These may block the lid of the detergent found on our homepage. These can be dispenser and prevent it from opening downloaded free of charge.
  • Page 20: Etagere

    en Utensils Etagere * Depending on the features of your dishwasher, you can fold down the side The etagere and the space underneath shelves to provide more room for taller E t a g e r e can be used for small cups and glasses items of cutlery.
  • Page 21: Folding Spikes

    Utensils en Folding spikes * Knife rack * * Depending on the features of your * Depending on the features of your F o l d i n g s p i k e s K n i f e r a c k dishwasher, the spikes can be folded dishwasher, the upper basket is fitted down.
  • Page 22: Baking Sheet Spray Head

    en Utensils Baking sheet spray head * Unloading the dishwasher * depending on the features of your To prevent water from dripping off the y h e a d B a k i n g s h e e t s p r a dishwasher upper basket onto the utensils in the Large trays or grilles as well as large...
  • Page 23: Adjusting The Height Of The Basket

    Utensils en Adjusting the height of the Arrange large plates up to a diameter of 31/34* cm in the lower basket 9* as basket * illustrated. * depending on the features of your i g h t o f t h e b a s k A d j u s t i n g t h e h e dishwasher If required, the height of the upper...
  • Page 24: Detergent

    en Detergent To lift the upper basket; grip the Detergent sides of the upper basket along the upper edge and lift. You can use tablets as well as powder Ensure that both sides of the upper D e t e r g e n t or liquid detergents for dishwashers, but basket are at the same height.
  • Page 25: Adding Detergent

    Detergent en Adding detergent If the utensils are only lightly Tip: soiled, slightly less than the indicated amount of detergent is usually If the detergent dispenser 9: is still adequate. closed, actuate locking bar 9B to Suitable detergents and care products open it.
  • Page 26: Combination Detergent

    en Detergent Combination detergent If programmes are short, tablets may ■ not have full cleaning effect due to Apart from conventional detergents different dissolving properties and (Solo), a number of products are offered there may even be undissolved with additional functions. These detergent residue.
  • Page 27: Overview Of Programmes

    Overview of programmes en Overview of programmes The max. possible number of programmes is illustrated in this overview. The a m m e s O v e r v i e w o f p r o g r corresponding programmes and their arrangement can be found on the fascia. Type of utensils Type of soiling Programme Possible...
  • Page 28: Programme Selection

    en Overview of programmes Type of utensils Type of soiling Programme Possible Programme sequence additional options sensitive utensils, ñ / ð cutlery, Clean 45° slightly adhesive, Extra dry temperature-sens Intermediate rinse fresh food remnants Shine and Dry Quick wash 45° itive plastic and Final rinse 50°...
  • Page 29: Additional Functions

    Additional functions en Ï intensiveZone * Additional functions Perfect for a mixed load. You can wash i n t e n s i v e Z o n e very soiled pots and pans in the lower * Depending on the features of your i o n s A d d i t i o n a l f u n c t basket together with normally soiled...
  • Page 30: Operating The Appliance

    en Operating the appliance AquaSensor * Operating the * depending on the features of your appliance A q u a S e n s o r dishwasher The Aqua sensor is an optical Programme data measuring device (light barrier) which p l i a n c e O p e r a t i n g t h e a p measures the turbidity of the rinsing...
  • Page 31: Time Display

    Operating the appliance en During the drying phase moisture from Very sensitive: This setting adjusts the the rinsing compartment is stored in programme strength for difficult the mineral and heat energy conditions of use, for example firmly is released. This released heat energy is dried on food remnants.
  • Page 32: Emotionlight

    en Operating the appliance emotionLight (interior light) * Infolight * * depending on the features of your * depending on the features of your e m o t i o n L i g h t i n f o L i g h t dishwasher dishwasher The interior light 1"...
  • Page 33: Greeting

    Operating the appliance en Greeting Time preselection When you switch on the dishwasher, the You can delay the start of the brand logo appears. You can switch off programme by up to 24 hours. the brand logo. Depending on the setting of the time display, the end of programme is indicated with “Finish in”...
  • Page 34: Switching Off The Appliance

    en Cleaning and maintenance Switching off the appliance Open the door. Switch off ON/OFF switch (. Close the door. Short time after the end of the programme: * depending on the features of your Open the door. dishwasher Switch off ON/OFF switch (. Turn off tap (does not apply to Changing the programme appliances with Aqua-Stop).
  • Page 35: Special Salt And Rinse Aid

    Cleaning and maintenance en Filters To ensure that the door seal always ■ remains clean and hygienic, The filters 1j keep large foreign regularly clean it with a damp cloth objects in the rinsing water away from and a little washing-up liquid. the pump.
  • Page 36: Spray Arms

    en Fault, what to do? Spray arms Fault, what to do? Limescale and contaminants in the rinsing water may block nozzles and Experience has shown that you can F a u l t , w h a t t o d bearings on the spray arms 1: and rectify most faults which occur in daily operation yourself.
  • Page 37: Waste Water Pump

    Fault, what to do? en Waste water pump Check impeller wheel and remove any foreign objects. Large food remnants or foreign objects Place pump cover in the original which were not captured by the filters position (2) and press down until it may block the waste water pump.
  • Page 38: Fault Table

    en Fault, what to do? Fault table Fault Cause Remedial action “Check water supply” Supply hose kinked. Install supply hose without kinks. display lights up. Tap turned off. Turn on the tap. Tap jammed or calcified. Turn on the tap. Flow rate must be min.
  • Page 39 Fault, what to do? en Fault Cause Remedial action Error code “:ƒˆ is lit. Mains voltage too low. Not an appliance fault, have the mains voltage and electrical installation checked. A different error code is A technical fault has probably Switch off appliances with the ON/OFF indicated on the digital occurred.
  • Page 40 en Fault, what to do? Fault Cause Remedial action Utensils not dry. No or too little rinse aid in the Refill rinse aid. dispenser. Programme selected without Select programme with drying. drying. ~ "Overview of programmes" on page 27 Water collecting in depressions Arrange utensils in a sloping position, on the utensils and cutlery.
  • Page 41 Fault, what to do? en Fault Cause Remedial action Food remnants on the Utensils placed too closely Arrange utensils with adequate clearance utensils. together, utensils basket between them ensuring that the spray jets overfilled. can reach the surface of the utensils. Prevent contact points.
  • Page 42 en Fault, what to do? Fault Cause Remedial action Detergent residue. Detergent dispenser cover 9: Utensils must not be placed above the blocked by utensils and therefore tablet collecting tray 1B. These may does not open fully. block the lid of the detergent dispenser and prevent it from opening fully.
  • Page 43 Fault, what to do? en Fault Cause Remedial action White, stubborn coatings; Detergent substances are Change detergent brand. limescale on the utensils, deposited. These coatings cannot Clean appliance mechanically. container or door. usually be removed with chemicals (appliance cleaner, ...). Hardness range incorrectly set or Set water softening system according to water hardness greater than 8.9...
  • Page 44 en Fault, what to do? Fault Cause Remedial action Plastic parts discoloured. Too low rinsing temperature. Select programme with higher washing temperature. Utensils precleaned too intensely; Do not prerinse utensils. Remove only sensors therefore decide on large food remnants. weak programme sequence. Increase sensitivity of the sensors.
  • Page 45 Fault, what to do? en Fault Cause Remedial action Appliance does not start. The mains fuse has tripped. Check mains fuse. Power cord not inserted. Ensure that the power cord is plugged all the way into the back of the appliance and into the socket.
  • Page 46: Customer Service

    en Customer service Fault Cause Remedial action Knocking or rattling noise. Spray arm strikes the utensils, Position utensils so that the spray arms do utensils not positioned correctly. not strike the utensils. If there is a low load, the water Load the appliance with more utensils or jets strike the washing tank distribute the utensils more evenly in the...
  • Page 47: Installation And Connection

    Installation and connection en Delivery Installation and Your dishwasher has been checked connection thoroughly in the factory to ensure that it is in working order. This may cause The dishwasher must be connected small water stains. These will disappear c o n n e c t i o n I n s t a l l a t i o n a n d correctly, otherwise it will not function after the first wash cycle.
  • Page 48: Installation

    en Installation and connection Installation Drainage connection The required installation dimensions The required work sequence can be can be found in the installation found in the installation instructions. instructions. Level the appliance with If required, fit a siphon with an the aid of the height-adjustable feet.
  • Page 49: Drinking Water Connection

    Installation and connection en Drinking water connection To change the setting: Open the door. Switch on ON/OFF switch (. Fasten the drinking water connection Press Info button {8 for 3 to the tap according seconds until the following text is to the installation instructions using indicated on the display window at the enclosed parts.
  • Page 50: Electrical Connection

    en Installation and connection Electrical connection Removal Connect the appliance to an Also observe ■ alternating current only, ranging from the sequence of worksteps here. 220 V to 240 V and 50 Hz or 60 Hz Disconnect the appliance from the via a correctly installed socket with power supply.
  • Page 51: Transporting

    Installation and connection en Transporting Protection against frost If the appliance is in a room where there Empty the dishwasher and secure loose n g t h e a p p l i a n c e ) s t f r o s t ( E m p t y i P r o t e c t i o n a g a i n is a risk of frost (e.g.
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