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  • Page 1 Dishwasher SPS2IKW04G [en] User manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Safety ..........   4 Baking sheet spray head .... 21 General information...... 4 Basket heights........ 21 Intended use........ 4 Before using for the first time ..   22 Restriction on user group.... 4 Performing the initial configura- Safe installation ........ 5 tion.......... 22 Safe use ........... 6 Damaged appliance ...... 7 Water softening system....
  • Page 3 Technical specifications....   54 Terminate programme.... 32 Information regarding Free and Switching off appliance .... 32 Open Source Software .... 55 Basic settings........    33 Overview of basic settings ..... 33 Home Connect ......   34 Home Connect quick start ..... 35 Home Connect settings.... 35 Remote start ....... 35 Remote Diagnostics ...... 36 Software update ...... 36 Data protection....... 36...
  • Page 4: Safety

    en Safety Safety Please read the safety information to ensure that you use the ap- pliance safely. General information You can find general information about this instruction manual here. ¡ Read this instruction manual carefully. Only this will ensure you use the appliance safely and efficiently. ¡...
  • Page 5: Safe Installation

    Safety en Cleaning and user maintenance must not be performed by chil- dren unless they are being supervised. Keep children under the age of 8 years away from the appliance and power cable. Safe installation Follow these safety instructions when installing the appliance. WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! Improper installation may cause injury.
  • Page 6: Safe Use

    en Safety WARNING ‒ Risk of burns! If the appliance is not installed properly, this may result in burns. ▶ With free-standing appliances, ensure that they are installed with the back panel against a wall. Safe use Follow these safety instructions when using the appliance. WARNING ‒ Risk of serious harm to health! Failure to comply with safety instructions and directions for use on packagings of detergent and rinse aid products may...
  • Page 7: Damaged Appliance

    Safety en ¡ Knives and utensils with sharp points can cause injuries. ▶ Arrange knives and utensils with sharp points in the cutlery basket with the points downwards, on the knife shelf or in the cutlery drawer. WARNING ‒ Risk of scalding! If you open the appliance door while the programme is run- ning, hot water may splash out of the appliance.
  • Page 8: Risk To Children

    en Safety ▶ Never pull on the power cord to unplug the appliance. Al- ways unplug the appliance at the mains. ▶ If the appliance or the power cord is damaged, immediately unplug the power cord or switch off the fuse in the fuse box and turn off the water tap.
  • Page 9 Safety en WARNING ‒ Risk of crushing! With higher-level appliances, children can become crushed between the appliance door and cabinet doors underneath. ▶ Keep an eye on children when opening and closing the ap- pliance door. WARNING ‒ Risk of chemical burns! Rinse aid and detergent may cause chemical burns to the mouth, throat and eyes.
  • Page 10: Preventing Material Damage

    en Preventing material damage ¡ Modified or damaged water hoses Preventing material damage Preventing material dam- may result in material damage and damage to the appliance. Never kink, crush, modify or cut ▶ through water hoses. Follow these instructions to prevent Only use the water hoses sup- material damage to your appliance, ▶...
  • Page 11: Environmental Protection And Saving Energy

    Environmental protection and saving energy en ¡ Unsuitable cleaning agents may AquaSensor damage the appliance. The AquaSensor is an optical meas- Do not use a steam cleaner. ▶ uring device (light barrier) which So as not to scratch the finish ▶ measures the turbidity of the rinsing on the appliance, do not use water.
  • Page 12: Installing And Connecting The Ap- Pliance

    en Installation and connection ¡ Warranty Drainage connection ¡ Installation material Connect your appliance to drainage ¡ Mains cable connection so dirty water is dis- ¡ Quick reference guide charged via the wash cycle. Installing and connecting the ap- Installing the drainage pliance connection Consult the installation instructions...
  • Page 13: Electrical Connection

    Installation and connection en Electrical connection Connect your appliance to the power supply. Connecting the appliance to the electricity supply Notes ¡ Follow the Safety instructions → Page 5. ¡ Connect the appliance to alternat- ing current only, in the range of 220 - 240 V and 50 Hz or 60 Hz. ¡...
  • Page 14: Familiarising Yourself With Your Appliance

    en Familiarising yourself with your appliance Familiarising yourself with your appliance Familiarising yourself with your appliance Familiarise yourself with the parts of your appliance. Appliance You can find an overview of the parts of your appliance here. Rating plate Rating plate with E number and FD number → Page 54.
  • Page 15: Controls

    Familiarising yourself with your appliance en Bottom basket → Page 20 Bottom basket Filter system → Page 38 Filter system Dispenser for special salt Add the special salt to the dispenser for special salt. → "Water softening system", Page 22 Tablet collecting tray During the wash cycle tablets automatically fall out of the detergent dispenser into the tablet collecting tray where they can fully dissolve.
  • Page 16 en Familiarising yourself with your appliance 5 6 7 Switching on the appliance → Page 30 ON/OFF button and reset button Switching off the appliance → Page 32 Terminating the programme → Page 32 Programmes → Page 17 Programme button Programmes → Page 17 Programmes Water softening system → Page 22 Special salt refill indicator Rinse aid system → Page 25 Rinse aid refill indicator Home Connect → Page 34...
  • Page 17: Programmes

    Programmes en Programmes Programmes You can find an overview of the pro- ted. The running time will change if grammes that can be selected here. the rinse aid system is switched off Different programmes, which can be or rinse aid needs to be added. found on the control panel of your The consumption values can be appliance, are available depending...
  • Page 18: Information For Test Institutes

    en Additional functions Programme Programme sequence Additional func- tions Tableware: Time-optimised: Extra Dry → "Additional ¡ Cleaning mixed table- ¡ Cleaning 65 °C Express 65° - 1h ware and cutlery. functions", ¡ Intermediate rinse Level of soiling: Page 18 ¡ Final rinse 69 °C ¡ Removing common ¡...
  • Page 19: Features

    Features en Adjusting top basket with pairs Additional func- of rollers tion To wash large items of tableware in ¡ For a better drying res- the baskets, adjust the shelf position ult the final rinse tem- Extra Dry of the top basket. perature is increased and the drying phase Pull out the top basket.
  • Page 20: Bottom Basket

    en Features Bottom basket Cutlery basket Arrange pans and plates in the bot- Arrange cutlery in the cutlery basket, tom basket. always without sorting it and with the sharp points downwards. Cutlery basket Large plates up to a diameter of Etagere 31 cm can be arranged in the bottom basket as shown.
  • Page 21: Knife Shelf

    Features en Note: Check that the appliance is al- Knife shelf ways operated with the top basket or Use the shelf for knives and long the baking sheet spray head. items of cutlery. Inserting baking sheet spray head Use the baking sheet spray head in- stead of the top basket to clean large trays, grilles and plates.
  • Page 22: Before Using For The First Time

    en Before using for the first time Setting Top basket Bottom basket 2 max. ø 24.5 cm 27.5 cm 3 max. ø 27 cm 25 cm Add rinse aid. → Page 25 Before using for the first time Before using for the Switch on the appliance. first time → Page 30 Setting the water softening system.
  • Page 23: Setting The Water Softening Sys- Tem

    Water softening system en Note: Set the water hardness determ- cial salt required depends on the wa- ined on your appliance. ter hardness: the higher the water hardness, the greater the amount of → "Setting the water softening sys- tem", Page 23 special salt required. With a water hardness of 0 - 8 °E ATTENTION! you can dispense with special salt...
  • Page 24: Switching Off The Water Softening System

    en Water softening system Fill the dispenser right up with spe- Regeneration of the water cial salt. The water in the dis- softening system penser is displaced and forced out. In order to obtain fault-free function of Place the lid back on the dis- the water softening system, the appli- penser and turn to close.
  • Page 25: Rinse Aid System

    Rinse aid system en Spilled rinse aid can cause ex- Rinse aid system Rinse aid system cessive frothing during the wash cycle. You can use the rinse aid system Close the lid of the dispenser for and rinse aid to get tableware and rinse aid.
  • Page 26: Switching The Rinse Aid System Off

    en Detergent based bleaching agents are generally Switching the rinse aid system used to remove coloured marks, e.g. tea or ketchup. If you find the rinse aid refill indicator Note: Follow the manufacturer's in- irritating, e.g. when using combined structions for each detergent. detergents with a rinse aid compon- Detergent Description...
  • Page 27: Unsuitable Detergents

    Detergent en Separate detergents Unsuitable detergents Separate detergents are products Do not use detergent which could that do not contain components other cause damage to the appliance or than detergent, e.g. powder deter- present a risk to health. gent or liquid detergent. With powder and liquid detergent the Detergent Description...
  • Page 28: Adding Detergent

    en Tableware ¡ The function of rinse aid is limited with combined detergents. You will generally get better results using rinse aid. ¡ Use tablets with a special drying performance. Adding detergent To open the detergent dispenser, press the locking latch. Add the detergent to the dry deter- a The lid clicks into position.
  • Page 29: Damage To Glass And Tableware

    Tableware en Damage to glass and tableware Cause Recommendation The water temperat- Select a programme Avoid damage to glass and table- ure of the programme with lower temperat- ware. is too high. ures. Cause Recommendation After the programme has ended, take glass- The following table- Only put tableware in ware and cutlery out...
  • Page 30: Removing Tableware

    en Basic operation To save resources, do not pre- Removing tableware rinse tableware under running wa- ter. WARNING Observe the following when arran- Risk of injury! ging tableware: Hot tableware can cause burns to the – Put heavily soiled tableware in skin.
  • Page 31: Setting A Programme

    Basic operation en If you do not perform any actions Starting the programme on the appliance for 10 minutes, Press the appliance will automatically ▶ a The programme has ended when switch off. no indicators on the controls light Setting a programme Notes To adjust the wash cycle to the soil- ¡...
  • Page 32: Terminate Programme

    en Basic operation Terminate programme To end a programme early or to switch from a programme that has already started, you will need to can- cel it first. Press for approx. ▶ 4 seconds. a All displays light up. a As soon as the displays are off, the residual water is pumped out.
  • Page 33: Basic Settings

    Basic settings en Basic settings Basic settings You can configure the appliance to meet your needs. Overview of basic settings The basic settings depend on the features of your appliance. Basic setting Selection Description Water hardness Scale with 4 levels Set the water hardness. → "Setting the water softening system", Page 23 Rinse aid disp.
  • Page 34: Home Connect

    en Home Connect Press repeatedly until the If LED A, LED B and LED C are lit, LEDs show the right value. remote start is permanently activ- ated. If LED A → Page 15 is not lit, Extra The factory setting is level 2 (LED Dry is switched off.
  • Page 35: Home Connect Quick Start

    Home Connect  en Tips ¡ Please consult the documents sup- plied by Home Connect. ¡ Please also follow the instructions in the Home Connect app. Note: Please note the safety precau- tions in this instruction manual and make sure that they are also ob- Follow the instructions in the served when operating the appliance Home Connect app.
  • Page 36: Remote Diagnostics

    You can use this function to update the software of your appliance, e.g. Declaration of Conformity for optimisation, troubleshooting or safety-relevant updating. Robert Bosch Hausgeräte GmbH The Home Connect app informs you hereby declares that the appliance about available software updates. with Home Connect functionality...
  • Page 37: Cleaning And Servicing

    Dishwasher Care and Ma- ance to malfunction. To avoid such chine Cleaner for Dishwashers online faults and reduce odours, we recom- at mend cleaning your appliance at reg- store or from customer service. ular intervals. Machine Care is a programme which...
  • Page 38: Filter System

    en Cleaning and servicing Phase Removal of Detergent Placement Food remnants and deposits Machine cleaner Detergent dispenser To ensure optimum cleaning perform- Remove any coarse soiling in the ance, the programme doses the de- interior with a damp cloth. tergents independently of each an- Clean the filters.
  • Page 39: Cleaning Spray Arms

    Cleaning and servicing en Cleaning filters Soiling in the dishwashing water may block the filters. After each wash check the filters for residue. Turn the coarse filter anticlockwise and remove the filter system ⁠ . Check that no foreign objects ‒ fall into the sump.
  • Page 40 en Cleaning and servicing Pull up the lower spray arm to re- move. Check the outlet nozzles on the spray arms for blockages under running water and remove any for- eign bodies. Insert the lower spray arm. a The spray arm clicks into position. Insert the upper spray arms and screw firmly in place.
  • Page 41: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting en Troubleshooting Troubleshooting You can rectify minor faults on your appliance yourself. Read the troubleshoot- ing information before contacting after-sales service. This will avoid unneces- sary costs. WARNING Risk of electric shock! Improper repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist ▶...
  • Page 42: Washing Results

    en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting Display for water supply Check the water connection for lights up leaks. Restore the power supply. Switch the appliance on. Wastewater hose is blocked Reposition the wastewater hose or kinked. without kinks. Remove residues. Siphon connection is still Check the connection to the siphon ▶...
  • Page 43 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting Tableware is not dry. Programme or programme Select a programme with drying, ▶ option has no drying phase, e.g. intensive, strong or ECO pro- gramme. → Page 17 or the drying phase is too brief. Some option buttons decrease the drying result, e.g varioSpeed.
  • Page 44 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting Appliance interior still wet Not a fault. The condensa- No action required. after wash cycle. tion drying principle causes water droplets in the tub – they are indeed desirable here. The moisture in the air condenses on the inside walls, runs off and is pumped out.
  • Page 45 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting Detergent residue in the ap- Lid of the detergent dis- Arrange tableware in the top basket pliance penser is blocked by items tableware so the tab collecting tray of tableware parts and will is not obstructed by tableware. → "Arrange tableware", Page 29 not open.
  • Page 46 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting Change your detergent → Page 26. Stubborn white coatings are Detergent substances are ▶ present on tableware, inside deposited there. These coat- Clean the appliance mechanically. ▶ the appliance or the door. ings cannot generally be re- moved with chemicals. The hardness range is set in- Set the Water softening system to ▶...
  • Page 47 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting Coloured coatings (blue, yel- not always be possible to com- low, brown) that are difficult pletely remove deposits but they or impossible to remove are are harmless to health. present inside the appliance or on stainless steel table- ware.
  • Page 48 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting Removable streaks are Tableware has been pre- Only remove large remnants of food ▶ present on glasses, glass- cleaned too intensely. The and do not prerinse tableware. ware with a metallic appear- sensors chose a weaker pro- ance and cutlery.
  • Page 49: Home Connect Problem

    Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting Excessive formation of foam Detergent or appliance care Change the brand of detergent. ▶ occurs. product used causes excess- ive foaming. Home Connect problem Fault Cause troubleshooting Connection to home net- WLAN on router is not act- Check the wireless network con- ▶...
  • Page 50: Mechanical Damage

    en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting → "Terminate programme", Water is left in the appliance ▶ at the end of the pro- Page 32 gramme. Appliance cannot be Software update is taking Wait until the software update has ▶ switched on or operated. place. finished.
  • Page 51: Noise

    Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting Appliance door cannot be When closed, the appliance door, closed. its decor or attached parts should not knock against adjacent cabin- ets or the worktop. Lid on the detergent dis- Detergent dispenser or lid Remove detergent residue. ▶...
  • Page 52: Clean Wastewater Pump

    en Transportation, storage and disposal Clean wastewater pump Large remnants of food or foreign bodies can block the waste water pump. As soon as the rinsing water no longer drains properly, the waste water pump must be cleaned. WARNING Risk of injury! Sharp and pointed objects or frag- ments of glass may block the waste a The pump cover clicks into posi-...
  • Page 53: Transporting The Appliance

    Customer Service en Unplug the appliance from the Transporting the appliance mains. To avoid damage to the appliance, Cut through the power cord. empty it before transporting. Dispose of the appliance in an en- Note: Always transport the dish- vironmentally friendly manner. washer upright to prevent residual This appliance is labelled in ac- water getting into the machine's con-...
  • Page 54: Product Number (E-Nr.), Produc- Tion Number (Fd) And Consecut- Ive Numbering (Z-Nr.)

    en Technical specifications or accessory parts that were not Technical specifications Technical specifications genuine parts and then resulted in a defect. Facts and figures for your appliance Function-relevant genuine spare parts can be found here. according to the corresponding Eco- design Order can be obtained from Weight Max.: 45 kg Customer Service for a period of at...
  • Page 55 Technical specifications en EPREL product database. At the time of printing its web address had not yet been published. Please then fol- low the instructions on searching for models. The model identifier is made up of the characters before the slash in the product number (E-Nr.) on the rating plate.
  • Page 56 Expert advice for your Bosch home appliances, help with problems or a repair from Bosch experts. Find out everything about the many ways Bosch can support you: Contact data of all countries are listed in the attached service direct- ory.