Preliminary checks, adjustments and
These operations must only
be carried out by specialized
adequate personal protection
equipment (e.g. safety foot-
wear, gloves, glasses, etc.),
tools and ancillary means.
Electrical and plumbing checks
Before starting the machine, it is necessary to:
check the correct connection of the electrical wires
powering the machine;
make sure the power supply voltage and frequency
match the data given in Table 1;
check the correct connection of the water supply
and discharge pipes (par. Figure 8 "Unpacking");
make sure all the guard and safety devices are in
place and efficient.
Tank components positioning check
The following operations must
be carried out by operators pro-
vided with suitable personal
protection equipment (e.g. pro-
tective gloves, etc.) and with the
machine switched off and cold.
Fitting of filters and overflow check
Make sure the tank filter "1", overflow "2" (Figure 14)
and flat filters "3" are correctly fitted (Figure 15).
Figure 14 Tank filter and overflow
Make sure the upper and lower wash and rinse arms
are correctly fitted (Figure 16).
Turn on the water supply tap.
Activate the main switch ahead of the machine by
turning it to "I".
Press the On/Off button ("A" - Table 2 "Control
Detergent/rinse aid dispensers and
If the machine is connected to a water softener and/or
a reverse osmosis system, contact the detergent sup-
plier for a specific product.
If the peristaltic dispensers are installed in the
machine, the dosage of detergent/rinse aid is done
automatically according to the desired concentration.
The concentration of detergent/rinse aid depends on
the type of product used and the hardness of the sup-
ply water (check the characteristics on the product
The peristaltic dispensers (detergent and rinse aid)
and the tube inside the rinse aid dispenser require
periodical maintenance (at least once or twice a
year) or after prolonged machine idle periods.
Figure 15 Flat filters
Arm fitting check
Figure 16 Wash arms