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Protect Appliance From Frost; Transporting The Appliance; Disposing Of Old Appliance; Customer Service - Siemens SX75ZX48CE User Manual

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Protect appliance from frost

If there is a risk of frost where the ap-
pliance will be standing, e.g. in a holi-
day home, empty the appliance com-
pletely.
"Empty the appliance."
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Transporting the appliance

To avoid damage to the appliance,
empty it before transporting.
Note: Always transport the dish-
washer upright to prevent residual
water getting into the machine's con-
trols and damaging the appliance.
Remove tableware from the appli-
1.
ance.
Secure loose parts.
2.
"Switch on appliance." → Page 35
3.
Select the programme with the
4.
highest temperature.
→ "Programmes", Page 20
"Start the programme." → Page 36
5.
To drain the appliance, terminate
6.
the programme after approx.
4 minutes.
→ "Terminate programme",
Page 36
"Switch off the appliance."
7.
→ Page 36
Turn off the water tap.
8.
To empty the residual water out of
9.
the appliance, detach the supply
hose and let the water drain out.

Disposing of old appliance

Valuable raw materials can be re-
used by recycling.
WARNING
Risk of harm to health!
Children can lock themselves in the
appliance, thereby putting their lives
at risk.
With redundant appliances, unplug
the power cord. Then cut through
the cord and damage the lock on
the appliance door beyond repair
so that the appliance door will no
longer close.
Unplug the appliance from the
1.
mains.
Cut through the power cord.
2.
Dispose of the appliance in an en-
3.
vironmentally friendly manner.
This appliance is labelled in ac-
cordance with European Direct-
ive 2012/19/EU concerning
used electrical and electronic
appliances (waste electrical and
electronic equipment - WEEE).
The guideline determines the
framework for the return and re-
cycling of used appliances as
applicable throughout the EU.

Customer Service

Customer Service
If you have any queries, are unable to
Customer Service
rectify faults on the appliance your-
self or if your appliance needs to be
repaired, contact Customer Service.
You can solve many problems your-
self by consulting the information on
troubleshooting in these instructions
or on our website. If this is not the
case, contact our after-sales service.
Customer Service en
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