Electrolux WT830EAG User Manual

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS............Page HANDLING ........................Page UNPACKING........................Page DISPOSAL........................Page TECHNICAL DATA ......................Page INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER/MAINTENANCE PERSON ..Page WATER CONNECTION ....................Page ELECTRICAL CONNECTION ..................Page WARNING MESSAGES DISPLAYED ON THE CONTROL PANEL........ Page DETERGENT/RINSE-AID DISPENSERS AND SETTING ..........Page SETTING THE DISPENSERS..................
  • Page 2 INSTALLATION DIAGRAM WT830EAG / PW1EAG Fig. 1.a Legend Fig. 1.a IMPORTANT B - Water inlet pipe with Ø 3/4” G fittings if the appliance is not installed against a wall, suit- C - Threaded waste outlet pipe connector 1” 1/2 G able protection must be provided for the move- (Ø...
  • Page 3 INSTALLATION DIAGRAM WT850EAG / PW2EAG Fig. 1.b Legend Fig. 1.b IMPORTANT B - Water inlet pipe with Ø 3/4” G fittings If the appliance is not installed against a wall, suit- C - Threaded waste outlet pipe connector 1” 1/2 G able protection must be provided for the move- (Ø...
  • Page 4: General Recommendations

    GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS base and position the appliance where it is to be WARNING installed. CAREFULLY READ THE INSTALLATION, OPERAT- ING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING THIS APPLIANCE. INCORRECT INSTALLATIONS, ADAPTATIONS OR ALTERATIONS COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR INJURY TO PERSONS. MALICIOUS DAMAGE, DAMAGE DUE TO NEGLIGENCE, OR TO FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH INSTRUCTIONS AND REGULATIONS, OR TO INCORRECT CONNECTIONS OR UNAUTHORISED...
  • Page 5: A4 Technical Data

    TECHNICAL DATA MODEL WT830EAG / PW1EAG WT850EAG / PW2EAG Supply voltage: 400...415- 3N~ 400...415- 3N~ Frequency 50 o 60 50 o 60 Max. power input 13,5 / 20,5 (*) 15,5 / 26 (*) Boiler heating elements 10,5 10,5 Tank heating elements 10,5 Water supply press.
  • Page 6: Binstructions For The Installer/Maintenance Person

    B INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER/MAINTENANCE PERSON Install a disconnecting switch with a capacity at ELECTRICAL CONNECTION least equal to that given in the technical data table, a 30mA residual current circuit breaker and an overcurrent device (magnetothermal cut-out with manual reset or fuse) between the appliance and the mains power outlet.
  • Page 7: Warning Messages Displayed On The Control Panel

    Connections provided for energy control TANK WATER LEVEL TOO HIGH This appliance is designed for an external energy con- Check for obstruction on the waste outlet pipe and sumption control. the overflow aperture. C1..C9 CALL THE SERVICE CENTRE E1..E8 CALL THE SERVICE CENTRE The appliance continues to operate, but appropri- ate checks by a technician are recommended.
  • Page 8: B5 Setting The Dispensers

    MANUAL ACTIVATION Initial amount of detergent: Whenever the detergent containers are replaced, it may be necessary to activate the dispensers manually in order to fill the hoses and eliminate any air. Simulta- neously press the buttons, as shown in the figures below.
  • Page 9: B6 Maintenance

     Setting the activation time: the rinse-aid dispenser only oper- ates during wash pump operation; terminals 8-9 of the main terminal board are powered at the same time. For connections, see the wiring diagram. Example: Supposing that an external detergent dispenser has been connected with a tank concentration measuring sensor, a standard setting could be as follows: ...
  • Page 10: Instructions For The User

    INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER Our appliances have been studied and optimised to give high performance. This appliance must be used exclusively for the purpose for which it has been designed, i.e. for washing dishes with water and specific detergents. Any other use is to be considered improper.
  • Page 11: C2 Wash Cycles

    Standard cycle time with supply water at 50 °C. of the user press button “G” (Fig. 12), which initiates a continuous wash until the operator selects an auto- WT830EAG / PW1EAG 180" 360" 540"...
  • Page 12: C4 End Of Work And Daily Cleaning

    END OF WORK AND DAILY CLEANING • Unscrew plugs “L” from the rinse jets and clean using a water spray. Do not use sharp implements The appliance is designed to carry out an automatic to clean the nozzle holes, which could otherwise be cleaning cycle to help flush out any residues and to damaged.
  • Page 13: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING DISHWASHER DOES NOT WASH 1. Check if the suction filter is dirty and clean it thoroughly. WELL 2. Check if the wash jets are clogged by solid food remains. 3. Check that the initial amount of detergent or subsequent additions are correct.

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