Sharp QW-GD52I472X-EU User Manual

Sharp QW-GD52I472X-EU User Manual


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  • Page 3 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 Prior to using the machine...
  • Page 4 CHAPTER -1: EXPLANATION OF PRODUCT 1. Upper basket with racks 7. Control Panel 2. Upper spray arm 8. Detergent and rinse- 3. Lower basket aid dispenser 4. Lower spray arm 9. Salt dispenser 5. Filters 10. Upper basket track latch 6.
  • Page 5: Technical Specifications

    CHAPTER -1: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Technical specifications Capacity 15 place settings Height 820 mm - 870 mm Width 598 mm Depth 550 mm Net Weight 38 kg Electricity input 220-240 V, 50 Hz Total Power 1900 W Heating Power 1800 W Pump Power 100 W Drain Pump Power...
  • Page 6: Chapter-2: Safety Information And Recommendations Recycling

    CHAPTER -2: SAFETY INFORMATION AND RECOMMENDATIONS Recycling • 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 blade- down position. • If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the 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 Recommendations • For energy and water saving, remove coarse residues on your dishes before placing the dishes into the machine. Start your machine after having fully loaded it. • Use the pre-wash programme only when necessary. •...
  • Page 9: Water Connections

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLING THE MACHINE If the door of machine does not close properly, check if the machine is stable on the floor; if not, adjust the feet and ensure its stable position. Water connection İndoor plumbing must be suitable for installing a dishwasher. Also, we recommend that you fit a filter at the entrance of your place or apartment so as to avoid any damage to your machine because of any contamination (sand, clay, rust etc.) that might be occasionally carried in through the mains water supply or the...
  • Page 10 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. EN-10...
  • Page 11: Electrical Connection

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLING THE MACHINE Electrical connection The earthed plug of your machine should be connected to an earthed outlet supplied by suitable voltage and current. If there is no earthing installation, have a competent electrician to carry out it. In case of usage without earthing installed, our company will not be responsible for any loss of usage that might occur.
  • Page 12: 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 13: Adjusting Salt Consumption

    CHAPTER -4: PREPARING THE MACHINE FOR USE Adjusting salt consumption 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...
  • Page 14: 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 15 The upper basket is for thin and narrow items. You are recommended to use the cutlery grid 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 16 The Upper Cutlery Basket is composed of two pieces; if you need to make space for the dishes in the upper bas- ket, you can take out the left or right part of the upper cutlery basket in order to obtain more space. Warning: Knives and other sharp objects must be placed horizontally in the cutlery basket. EN-16...
  • Page 17: Alternative Basket Loads

    CHAPTER-5: LOADING YOUR DISHWASHER Alternative basket loads Lower Basket Top basket Incorrrect loads Important Note for Test Laboratories For detailed information on performance tests, please contact following address: “” . In your email, please provide the model name and serial number (20 digits) which you can find on the appliance door.
  • Page 18: Chapter -6: Programme Descriptions Programme Items

    CHAPTER -6: PROGRAMME DESCRIPTIONS Programme items Programme No • v Programme Pre-wash Quick 30’ names and - (P1) 40°C( P2 ) (reference ) temperatures 50°C ( P3) Type of food Pre-wash Coffee, milk, Coffee, milk, tea, cold waste to rinse and tea, cold meats, meats, vegetables , loosen residue...
  • Page 19 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAMME DESCRIPTIONS Programme items Programme Programme Super 50’ Hygiene 60°C (P6) Autu Delicate Auto Normal Auto intensive names and 65°C ( P5) 30-50°C 50-60°C 60-70°C temperatures Type of food Soups, sauces, Dishes with Old soups,sauces pastries egg,rice waste pasta, eggs, dense dirt waiting patato and owen foods, fried foods...
  • Page 20 CHAPTER -7: SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE AND SELECTING A PROGRAMME 4 5 6 1.) Power On/Off Touch Button After the Power On/Off touch is pressed, two dashes appear in the program display, until touching any button. Touch the ‘’On/Off touch button’’ with your fingertip for 1 sec to turn the machin on or off.
  • Page 21: Operating Your Machine

    CHAPTER -7: SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE AND SELECTING A PROGRAMME Note: When a program that is incompatible with the Extra silent & fast option is selected, when the button is pressed a buzzer sound is heard which indicates that the selected option is not available. 7.) Tablet Detergent Touch Button ( 3 in 1 button ) Press the Tablet detergent touch button when you use combined detergents that include salt and rinse aid.
  • Page 22: Switching The Machine Off

    CHAPTER -6: SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE AND SELECTING A PROGRAMME Cancelling and resetting a program To cancel a program currently in progress or in a standby position. 1- Open the door of the machine. The last selected program will appear on the display (3). 2- Press and hold the program touch button (2) for 3 seconds.
  • Page 23 CHAPTER -6: SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE AND SELECTING A PROGRAMME 4 5 6 Buzzer sound set up Setting up the buzzer. 1- Press the Power On/Off touch button”.(1) (if it is in OFF position). 2- Press and hold the “Delay ” (4) and “Half load ” (6) touch buttons for 3 seconds at the same time to set the volume level.
  • Page 24: Spray Arms

    CHAPTER -8: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING Cleaning the machine in regular intervals prolongs the machine’s service life. Oil and lime 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 IN CASE OF FAILURE ERROR ERROR CONTROL CODE DESCRIPTION • Make sure the water input tap is totally open and that there is no water cut. Inadequate water • Close the water input tap, separate the water input hose from the supply tap and clean the filter at the connection end of the hose.
  • 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 applicable waste collection places recycling electrical and electronic equipment. You will contribute to avoid potential negative results regarding environment and human health. Recycling materials will help natural resources be preserved.
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