Beko 3905 MI Instruction Manual

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  • Page 1 Dishwasher Instruction Manual...
  • Page 2 Dear customer, Please read carefully right through this instruction booklet before installing or operating your dishwasher. The following instructions should prevent the risk of personal injury and/or damage to the appliance. Please keep these documents in a safe place for later reference.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Rinse Aid Indicator Rinse Aid Indicator Setting Starting Your Machine Programme Table 6 How to clean your dishwasher 28 Cleaning the filters Cleaning the spray arms 7 Troubleshooting: What to do if the dishwasher will not The cleaning results are unsatisfactory Service...
  • Page 4: Getting To Know Your Machine

    Getting To Know Your Machine View of the Machine � � � � � � �� Upper dish basket with shelf Guide rail for the upper dish basket Salt container Cutlery basket Detergent dispenser Door Control panel Filters Lower sprayer arm 10.
  • Page 5: Technical Specifications

    Heat output: 1800 W This device corresponds to the following EU directives: 2006/95/EC: Low Voltage Directive 2004/108/EC: EMV Directive DIN EN 50242: Electrical dishwasher for home use Testing procedures for practical service conditions Because we continually strive to Safety Instructions...
  • Page 6: For Daily Operation

    Never leave children unsupervised while the appliance is open, as the appliance may still contain detergent leftovers. • The water in the dishwasher is not drinking water. Danger of caustic injuries. • Always place long and sharp/ pointed objects (e.g. serving forks,...
  • Page 7: Directions For Assembly

    If the appliance is damaged, please contact your supplier. Never install or use a damaged appliance. The following directions must be followed to connect the dishwasher properly. • Before operating your dishwasher, please ensure that the information on the type plate corresponds to the current and voltage of your power supply.
  • Page 8: Water Connection

    If your hose is not suitable, apply to your authorized service to change the hose. • The dishwasher may not be connected to open warm water devices or flow-through water heaters. Permitted water pressure: Lowest permitted water pressure: 0.3...
  • Page 9: Water Drainage

    Water drainage Connecting the drainage hose. Take care to ensure that the drainage hose is not bent or squeezed. Check that the drainage hose is firmly seated. ���������� ��������� ������� 1011 Extension hoses If a hose extension is required, a drainage hose of equal quality must be used.
  • Page 10: Using Your Dishwasher

    Filling the dishwasher salt Important Only use special dishwasher salt in your appliance.The manufacturer is not liable for damage resulting from the use of the wrong type of salt.
  • Page 11: When Operating For The First Time

    When operating for the first time: Pour 1 litre of water into the salt container (Fig. C). Pour the salt into the container with the aid of the salt funnel provided (Fig. D). Pour in enough salt to fill the container. The container holds approx.
  • Page 12: Filling The Rinse Aid Dispenser

    Filling the Rinse Aid Dispenser Rinse aids allow washing water to rinse off more cleanly and prevent watermarks or streaks on the dishes. Only use rinse aid designed for use in dishwashers. Note If you use “2 in 1” or “3 in 1“ detergents / tablets, you do not need an additional rinse aid.
  • Page 13: Detergent

    When the dishwasher is fully loaded and the dishes are very dirty, we recommend filling the detergent container up to the 25 cm³ mark. When the dishes are less dirty, it is generally sufficient to fill the detergent up to the 15 cm³...
  • Page 14: Multipurpose Detergents

    Depending on the model, salt indicator and/or rinse aid indicator should be enabled again if they are disabled before. Loading the dishwasher General: Before you load the dishwasher with dishes • Remove coarse food leftovers • Place all containers such as...
  • Page 15: Suggestions For Loading The Dishwasher

    Please do not overload your dishwasher and pay attention to the notes regarding dishes which are suited to the dishwasher. Only in this manner will you obtain optimal washing results with a sensible use of energy.
  • Page 16 (depending on the model) � There are four separate “folding plate support rods” in the lower basket of your dishwasher designed to allow 1054 you more space to accommodate saucepans and large bowls in the lower basket. You can either fold each section (1, 2) individually or, all at once, to create a large empty space.
  • Page 17 Variable cutlery basket (depending on the model) The variable cutlery basket can be separated into 3 parts depending on the amount of cutlery and the degree of dirtiness. Small cutlery basket sections also fit into the upper basket. To do this, turn the lock on the handle �...
  • Page 18 Basket insert with variable height settings (depending on some models) You can also use this insert in the lower basket for glasses and long- handled cutlery / utensils. If you do not need the insert, fold the rack upwards at the angle shown (A). Push the entire insert upwards (B).
  • Page 19: Loading Suggestions

    The height of the upper basket was set to its lowest position at the factory.
  • Page 20 Height setting with empty basket (depends on the model) In this model, the height setting of the upper basket may be changed using the wheels which are mounted at two different heights. Release the latches on both the right and left tracks of the upper basket by pushing them outwards (C).
  • Page 21 Glass Support (depends on the model) When placing the glasses or goblets with a long grip, lean them against the glass support, the edge of the basket or the shelf but not against the other pieces. Do not lean the long glasses against each other, otherwise they do not remain stable during washing cycle 1025...
  • Page 22: Program Selection And Operat T Ting Your Machine

    Program Selection and Operating Your Machine �� On / Off Button Combi Tablet Button Program Selection Button Half Load Button Display Start/Pause/Cancel Button Delayed Start Button Combi Tablet Indicator light Handle 10. Program Indicator 11. Remaining Time Indicator/Delay Time Indicator �...
  • Page 23: Button And Button Descriptions

    Button and Button Descriptions On / Off Button (1) When you press the On/Off button, the display switches on with the last program used and it dims when you turn the machine off. If the Half Load (4), Extra Drying (5), Child Lock (16), Combi Tablet (2) and Delayed Start (13) functions are enabled during the last program used,...
  • Page 24: Program Selection

    Delayed Start Button (8) You can delay the start of the selected program until 24 hours with increments of 1 hour by means of the Delayed Start Function. Program Selection You can select the desired program after turning on the machine by pressing the On / Off button (1).
  • Page 25: Changing A Program

    lighting continuously when the program cancellation is completed. You may select and operate a new program following the program cancellation process. There might be residues of detergent or rinse aid left in the machine and/or on the pieces being washed depending on the step the previous program was in at the time of such cancellation.
  • Page 26: Usage Of Child Lock

    If you want to select a new delayed start time while the delayed start countdown is in progress, then pause the machine by pressing the Start / Pause / Cancel button (7). Set the desired time by pressing the Delayed Start Button (8).
  • Page 27: Starting Your Machine

    Starting Your Machine • Plug the mains plug into the wall socket. • Open the tap. • Open the door. • Place the dishes. • Check if the upper and lower impellers rotate freely. • Put sufficient amount of detergent in the detergent dispenser and close its lid.
  • Page 28: Programme Table

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  • Page 29: How To Clean Your Dishwasher

    How to clean your dishwasher Cleaning your machine at regular intervals ensures longer product life and reduces the risk of reccurring problems. Warning Always unplug the machine and turn off the water supply before cleaning. Use a gentle household cleaner for the outside and the door seals.
  • Page 30: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    Cleaning the spray arms Dirt or calcium residue may block the nozzles on the spray arms. For this reason, regularly check the spray nozzles. Lower spray arm Upper spray arm Remove the lower basket from the machine. Pull off the lower spray arm in an upward direction (A).
  • Page 31: Troubleshooting

    Is the dishwasher door closed firmly? • Have you pressed the On/Off button? • Is the filter on the water intake and dishwasher clogged? The cleaning results are unsatisfactory Disorderly placement Load your dishes as described in the manual. Program selection For products with program selecting feature, choose a longer program that washes in higher temperatures.
  • Page 32: Drying

    Increase rinse aid setting or add rinse aid into rinse aid compartment. Unloading the machine right after dishwashing Do not unload your dishwasher right after washing process is completed. Slightly open the door and wait for evacuation of the inside steam for a while.
  • Page 33: Metallic Look In Bluish Rainbow Color

    Inadequate rinse aid Increase rinse aid setting or add rinse aid into rinse aid compartment. Insufficient water softening In products equipped with water softening setting, water softening should be properly set in accordance with the hardness of the supply water. Add salt into the salt container, if necessary.
  • Page 34: Rusts/Blackening/Corruption Of Surface

    Recheck the salt box cover after the program is completed. Grounding line Check if your dishwasher is connected to the actual grounding line. Otherwise, the static electric created in the dishwasher may remove the protective coating on metal surfaces and cause blackening and corruption.
  • Page 35 Connect the drainage hose as described in the manual. Odour Odor of new dishwasher A new dishwasher has a peculiar odor. It will fade out after a couple of washing. Clogged filters From time to time, remove the complete filter system as shown in the manual and wash it under flowing water.
  • Page 36 Leaving the dishes in the dishwasher for a long time If you are not going to run your dishwasher immediately, load the dishes into your machine after scraping the excessive soil on them and do not tightly close the door of the machine. Every other day, perform washing without detergent in the shortest program for products with program selecting feature.
  • Page 37: Service

    Service If your appliance ever malfunctions, check the notes and advice given in the operating manual. If this does not fix the problem, our customer service staff are available to assist you. 36 GB...
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