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Dishwasher
If you want to view advanced functions for your product, you can
do so by visiting www.sharphomeappliances.com
DISHWASHER
User
Manual
QW-T13F491W-EU

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  • Page 1 User Manual Dishwasher DISHWASHER User Manual QW-T13F491W-EU If you want to view advanced functions for your product, you can do so by visiting www.sharphomeappliances.com...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CHAPTER-1: EXPLANATION OF PRODUCT Technical specifications Conformity with the standards and test data CHAPTER-2: SAFETY INFORMATION AND RECOMMENDATIONS Recycling Safety information Recommendations Items not suitable for dishwashing CHAPTER-3: INSTALLING THE MACHINE Positioning the machine Water connections Water inlet hose Water outlet hose Electrical connection Fitting the machine undercounter...
  • Page 4: Chapter-1: Explanation Of Product

    CHAPTER -1: EXPLANATION OF PRODUCT 1. Worktop 2. Upper basket with racks 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.
  • Page 5: Technical Specifications

    CHAPTER -1: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Technical specifications Capacity 12 place settings Height 850 mm Height (without worktop) 820 mm Width 598 mm Depth 598 mm Net Weight 46 kg Electricity input 220-240 V, 50 Hz Total Power 2200 W Heating Power 2000 W Pump Power 100 W...
  • Page 6: Chapter-2: Safety Information And Recommendations

    CHAPTER -2: SAFETY INFORMATION AND RECOMMENDATIONS Recycling • The recyclable materials are used in certain components and packaging. • Plastic parts are marked with international abbreviations: (>PE< , >PS< , >POM<, >PP<, ) • Cardboard parts have been produced from recycled paper which should be disposed of into waste paper collection containers for recycling.
  • Page 7: Recommendations

    • Place knives and other sharp-ended objects in the cutlery basket in bladedown position. • If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by SHARP, or its service agent. • If EnergySave option is selected as “Yes”, the door will be opened at the end of the program.
  • Page 8: Items Not Suitable For Dishwashing

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLING THE MACHINE Items not suitable for dishwashing: • Cigarette ash candle leftovers, polish, paint, chemical substances, ironalloy materials. • Forks, spoons and knives with wooden or bone, or ivory or nacre-coated handles; glued items,items soiled with abrasive, acidic or base chemicals. •...
  • Page 9: Water Inlet Hose

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLING THE MACHINE Water inlet hose Do not use the water inlet hose of your old machine. Use the new one supplied with your machine instead. If you connect a new or long - unused water inlet hose to your machine ,run water through it for a while before making the connection.
  • Page 10: Water Outlet Hose

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLING THE MACHINE Warning: When a drain hose longer than 4 m is used, the dishes might remain dirty. In that case, SHARP will not accept responsibility. Electrical connection The earthed plug of your machine should be connected to an earthed outlet supplied by suitable voltage and current.
  • Page 11: Fitting The Machine Undercounter

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLING THE MACHINE For safety purposes, we recommend that you disconnect the plug when the machine is not going to be used for an extended period of time. In order avoid electric shocks, do not unplug when your hands are wet. When disconnecting your machine from the mains supply, always pull from the plug.
  • Page 12 CHAPTER -3: INSTALLING THE MACHINE Adjust the machine’s feet according to the slope of the floor.3 Fit your machine by pushing it undercounter without letting the hoses get crushed or bent.4 Product Without Insulation With Insulation All Product For 2nd Basket For 3rd Basket Height 820 mm...
  • Page 13: Prior To Using The Machine

    CHAPTER -4: PREPARING THE MACHINE FOR USE Prior to using the machine for the first time • Check whether the electricity and supply water specifications match the values indicated by the installation instructions for the machine. • Remove all packaging materials inside the machine. •...
  • Page 14: Adjusting Salt Consumption

    CHAPTER -4: PREPARING THE MACHINE FOR USE Water German French British Hardness Level Indicator hardness hardness hardness hardness level level dH level dF level dE L1 is seen on display. 6-11 10-20 7-14 L2 is seen on display. 12-17 21-30 15-21 L3 is seen on display.
  • Page 15: Combined Detergent

    CHAPTER -4: PREPARING THE MACHINE FOR USE Combined detergents Combined detergents may include various properties. Before using the detergent, read the instructions carefully. Generally combined detergents produce sufficent results under certain conditions only. Points to consider when using this type of products: •...
  • Page 16: Chapter-5: Loading Your Dishwasher

    The upper basket is for thin and narrow items. You are recommended to use the cutlery basket in order to obtain the best result. To avoid any possible injuries, place long-handle and sharp-pointed knives with their sharp points facing down or horizontally on the baskets.
  • Page 17 CHAPTER-5: LOADING YOUR DISHWASHER The movable cutlery basket can slide between the front and rear wires of the bottom basket. EN- 17...
  • Page 18: Alternative Basket Loads

    CHAPTER-5: LOADING YOUR DISHWASHER Alternative basket loads Lower Basket Top basket Incorrect loads Important Note for Test Laboratories For detailed information on performance tests, please contact following address: “dishwasher@standardtest.info” . In your email, please provide the model name and serial number (20 digits) which you can find on the appliance door.
  • Page 19: Chapter -6: Programme Descriptions

    CHAPTER -6: PROGRAMME DESCRIPTIONS Programme items Programme No Programme Prewash Quick 40°C 30 min. Delicate 40°C names and temperatures Type of food Fresh less dirty, coffee, cold meats, waste coffee, milk, tea, cold meats, vegetables, not milk, tea vegetables, not kept kept for long for long...
  • Page 20 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAMME DESCRIPTIONS Programme items Programme No Programme Eco 50°C Super 50 min. 65°C Intensive 65°C names and temperatures Type of food coffee, soups, sauces, dishes with waste milk, tea, cold pasta, eggs, dense dirt meats, pilaf, potato and waiting for vegetables, not oven dishes, fried...
  • Page 21: Chapter -7: Switching On The Machine And Selecting Aprogramme

    CHAPTER -7: SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE AND SELECTING A PROGRAMME 1.) ON/OFF Button When pressed the machine is powered on and the light on Start/Standby button goes on. 2.) Extra Hygiene Button By using this option, washing temperature and periods during respective cycles may be changed, which ensures more hygienic washing.
  • Page 22: Switching On The Machine

    CHAPTER -7: SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE AND SELECTING A PROGRAMME Switching on the machine The lamp on Program Start/Pause key goes off once the Program starts and the washing is highlighted. light not lamp Press the Power On/Off key. Select the program suiting your dishes via the Program Selector button.
  • Page 23: Changing A Programme With Resetting

    CHAPTER -7: SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE AND SELECTING A PROGRAMME Changing a programme with resetting If you would like to cancel a program while a washing program is resumed. Hold Start/Pause button pressed for approx. 3 sec. until Finish light blinks Once Finish light comes on, it means that the cycle has been cancelled.
  • Page 24: Chapter-8: Maintenance And Cleaning

    CHAPTER -8: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING Cleaning the machine regularly prolongs the machine’s service life. Oil and limescale may accumulate in the machine’s washing section. In case of such accumulation; -Fill the detergent compartment without loading any dishes into the machine, run the machine at high temperature.
  • Page 25: Chapter-9: Failure Codes And What To Do İn Case Of Failure

    If the lamps “Wash/Dry” and “End” keep flashing • The water overflow alarm is active • Turn off your tap and contact the Sharp helpdesk. If the control lamps won’t go out after a wash operation Check if the Power On/Off button is released.
  • Page 26: Chapter-10: Practical And Useful Information

    CHAPTER -10: PRACTICAL AND USEFUL INFORMATION If there are whitish stains on the dishes • insufficient detergent is being used • Rinse aid dosage setting at a very low level. • No special salt is being used despite the high degree of water hardness. •...
  • Page 27 DISPOSAL OF YOUR OLD MACHINE This symbol on the product or package implies that the product should not be treated as domestic waste. Instead, it should be delivered to waste collection places recycling electrical and electronic equipment. You will help avoid damage to the environment and risks to public health. Recycling materials will help natural resources to be preserved.
  • Page 28 Waterside Drive, Langley, Berkshire, SL3 6EZ, UNITED KINGDOM...

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