Electrolux ZUCI Manual

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GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS.......................................................... Pag.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER........................................................... Pag.
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS............Pag. HANDLING ........................Pag. UNPACKING........................Pag. DISPOSAL........................Pag. TECHNICAL DATA ......................Pag. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER/MAINTENANCE PERSON ..Pag. WATER CONNECTION ....................Pag. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION ..................Pag. WARNING MESSAGES DISPLAYED ON THE CONTROL PANEL........ Pag. DETERGENT/RINSE-AID DISPENSERS AND SETTINGS..........Pag. SETTING THE DISPENSERS..................
  • Page 2: General Recommendations

    GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS Lift the appliance using a lift truck, remove the base WARNING and position the appliance CAREFULLY READ THE INSTALLATION, OPERA- TING MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING THIS APPLIANCE. INCOR- RECT INSTALLATION, ADAPTATIONS OR ALTER- NATIONS COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR INJURY TO PERSONS.
  • Page 3: A4 Technical Data

    TECHNICAL DATA MODEL ZUCI / AUCI EUCAIML / EUCIM/ EUCI EUCAIMLG EUCAIUSPH Supply voltage: 400...415- 3N~ 400...415- 3N~ 400...440- 3N~ 400...415- 3N~ - convertible to 220...240- 3~ 220...240- 3~ 220...240- 3~ - single-phase version 220...240 1N~ 220...240- 1N~ 220...240 1N~...
  • Page 4 Figure 4 Installation diagram Legend Figure 4 A - Water inlet pipe with ø 3/4” G fittings C - Outlet pipe øi 40 mm (^) – øi 20 mm (*). - Power supply S - Pipe inlet for detergents Q - Unipotential screw (^) - Only for model with free-fall drainage (*) - Only for model with drain pump...
  • Page 5: Binstructions For The Installer/Maintenance Person

    B INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER/MAINTENANCE PERSON Install a disconnecting switch with a capacity at On the model with free-fall drainage: least equal to that given in the technical data table, connect the waste outlet pipe “C” (Figure 4) to the a 30mA residual current circuit breaker and an main drain pipe, fitting a trap, or place the outlet pipe overcurrent device (magnetothermal cut-out with...
  • Page 6: B3 Warning Messages Displayed On The Control Panel

    Open the power supply terminal board and insert the Open the power supply terminal board and insert the jumpers provided as follows: two jumpers between ter- jumpers provided as follows: one jumper between termi- minals 1, 3, 5 and another two between terminals 2, 4 nals 2 and 4 and another between terminals 4 and 6.
  • Page 7: B4 Detergent/Rinse-Aid Dispensers And Settings

    Connections for automatic detergent dispenser INEFFICIENT DRAINAGE (Figure 13) Check if the overflow has been removed. Check for obstruction on the waste outlet pipe and the overflow aperture. TANK WATER LEVEL TOO HIGH Check for obstruction on the waste outlet pipe and the overflow aperture.
  • Page 8: B5 Setting The Dispensers

    the wash cycle (see paragraph “Setting the dispen- Display of programming mode: sers”). Initial amount of detergent: Setting the activation time: Figure 15 • Connect the rinse-aid dispenser between termi- nals 8 and 9. These connection points are live during filling of the tank and at the end of the rinse Initial amount of rinse-aid: cycle for a set time (see “setting the dispensers”...
  • Page 9: B6 Maintenance

    dEt=182 • Close the water supply cock. the detergent dispenser only ope- • Completely drain the tank. rates during filling electrovalve operation for • Remove and carefully clean the filters. restoring the boiler level; terminals 7-9 of the main • Completely drain incorporated...
  • Page 10: Instructions For The User

    INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER Our appliances have been studied and optimised to give high performance. This appliance must be used exclusively for the purpose for which it has been designed, i.e. for washing dishes with water and specific detergents. Any other use is to be considered improper.
  • Page 11: C2 Wash Cycles

    (min 82 °C or min 180 °F for Marine USPH versions). For lightly soiled dishes: press button “J” (Figure 17) (see table of times). Table of times Standard cycle time with supply water at 50 °C. ZUCI / AUCI / EUCI 90” 120” 240” EUCIM / EUCAIUSPH 120”...
  • Page 12: C4 End Of Work And Daily Cleaning

    • At the end of the wash, the dishwasher emits a • BLUE rack for glasses: the glasses should be pla- series of beeps and “END” blinks on the display: ced upside down. Open the door and remove the rack containing the clean dishes.
  • Page 13: C5 Undercounter Dishwasher With

    • Switch off at the mains. UNDERCOUNTER DISHWASHER WITH • Close the water supply cock. INCORPORATED CONTINUOUS WATER • Replace the filters and the overflow. SOFTENER • Remove the top and bottom jets “F” and “I”, These models have a continuous softener in the unscrewing the ring nut “H”.
  • Page 14: Warning Messages Displayed On The Control Panel

    How to fill the salt container • Refit the cap of container "A", turning it clockwise and making sure it is tight. • Switch off the dishwasher by pressing button “A” (Figure 17). IMPORTANT: SAL 0 SAL END The messages can appear, for several wash cycles, even after adding the salt, since the salt...
  • Page 15: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING DISHWASHER DOES NOT WASH 1. Check if the suction filter is dirty and clean it thoroughly. WELL 2. Check if the wash jets are clogged by solid food remains. 3. Check that the initial amount of detergent or subsequent additions are correct.

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