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Installation - Electrolux ESF6767KXA User Manual

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When determining where to put your machine,
choose a place where you can easily load and
unload your dishes.
Do not put your machine in any location where
there is a probability for the room temperature
to fall below 0°C.
Before positioning, take the machine out of its
packaging by following the warnings located on
the package.
Position the machine close to a water tap or
drain. You need to site your machine, taking into
consideration that its connections will not be altered
once they are made.
Do not grip the machine by the door in order to
move it.
Leave a clearance on all sides of the machine so
that you can comfortably move it back and forth
during cleaning.
Make sure that the water inlet and outlet hoses
aren't squeezed while positioning the machine.
Also, make sure that the machine does not stand
on the electrical cable.
Adjust the machine's adjustable feet so that it can
stand level and balanced. Proper positioning of the
machine ensures problem-free opening and closing
of the door.
If the door of your machine does not close properly,
check if the machine is stable on the floor it stands;
if not, adjust the feet and ensure its stable position.
Location of services
All dishwasher services should be located in the cabinet
next to the dishwasher opening.
power outlet
400mm min.
Remove entire plastic
min. 400mm
membrane from sink trap
straight section
spigot and fit drain hose to
spigot with clamp
The drain hose should not be extended
by more than 2m otherwise water
pump out problems could occur
600mm max.
300mm min.
Water connection
Connect the inlet hose to a water tap with an external
BSP thread spout of 3/4".
For best washing performance it is recommended to
connect the appliance to a cold water supply. Energy
savings can be made by connecting the appliance to a
solar water system and using economy options, however
the water temperature must not exceed 60°C.
Only turn the locking nut to secure the hose. Do
not turn the hose.
Inlet water supply
Water pressure: 800kPa max – 50 kPa min.
Water flow rate 10 L/minute.
If water pressure is in excess of 800 k Pa, a pressure
reducing valve should be used. Check for leaks.
If water temperature is in excess of 60°C, a
tempering valve should be used. Check for leaks.
Always use new hoses when you connect the
appliance to the water mains. Old hoses must not
be used. The water inlet hose must be examined
at an interval of twelve months for deterioration
and replaced if necessary.