B INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER/MAINTENANCE PERSON
Install a disconnecting switch with a capacity at
least equal to that given in the technical data table,
a 30mA residual current circuit breaker and an
overcurrent device (magnetothermal cut-out with
manual reset or fuse) between the appliance and
the mains power outlet.
The rating plate contains identification and technical
data and is located on the right-hand side panel of the
appliance (Figure 5).
Position the dishwasher and level the appliance by
Connect the appliance water supply pipe "A"
(Figure 4) to the mains, fitting a cut-off cock, the fil-
ter provided and a pressure gauge between the
appliance and the mains (Figure 6).
In models with incorporated water softener, connect
the double non-return valve "B" (Figure 6) supplied
and the machine supply pipe.
Check that the dynamic water supply pressure,
measured between the appliance and the main, is
between 200 and 300 kPa for machines with pres-
sure boiler and between 50 and 700 kPa for
machines with atmospheric boiler (test while dish-
washer tank or boiler is filling with water). If the
pressure is too high, fit a suitable pressure
reducer on the inlet pipe.
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AC 400V 3N
Made in EEC
Model RT10 ED
On the model with free-fall drainage:
connect the waste outlet pipe "C" (Figure 4) to the
main drain pipe, fitting a trap, or place the outlet pipe
over an "S" trap set into the floor.
On the model with drain pump:
position the outlet pipe at a height anywhere between
750 and 1000 mm from the floor.
Check that about 4 litres of water flow out of the outlet
pipe during the rinse cycle.
THE EARTH AND ELECTRICAL CON-
NECTIONS SHOULD BE IN COMPLI-
ANCE WITH NATIONAL REGULATIONS.
Before carrying out the electrical connection, check
that the voltage and frequency on the appliance
rating plate correspond to those of the mains
The earth wire at the terminal end must be longer
(max. 20 mm) than the phase wires.
Connect the earth wire of the power supply cable to
an efficient earth clamp. The appliance must also
be included in a unipotential system, the connec-
tion being made through the screw "Q" (Figure 4)
marked with the symbol "
must have a cross section of 10 mm
0 . .
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