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  • Page 1 Dishwasher SN53HS60CE User manual Register your product on My Siemens and discover exclusive services and offers. The future moving in. Siemens Home Appliances...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Safety ..........   4 Folding prongs ....... 22 General information...... 4 Basket heights........ 23 Intended use........ 4 Before using for the first time ..   23 Restriction on user group.... 4 Performing the initial configura- Safe installation ........ 5 tion.......... 23 Safe use ........... 6 Damaged appliance ...... 8 Water softening system....
  • Page 3 Customer Service......   55 Terminate programme.... 33 Product number (E-Nr.), produc- Switching off appliance .... 33 tion number (FD) and consecut- Basic settings........    34 ive numbering (Z-Nr.) ..... 56 Overview of basic settings ..... 34 AQUA-STOP guarantee .... 56 Changing basic settings.... 35 Technical specifications....   57 Home Connect ......
  • 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 for 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 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. ▶ When installing and connecting the appliance, follow the in- structions in the manual and installation instructions.
  • Page 6: Safe Use

    en Safety WARNING ‒ Risk of fire! It is dangerous to use an extended power cord and non-ap- proved adapters. ▶ Do not use extension cables or multiple socket strips. ▶ If the power cord is too short, contact Customer Service. ▶ Only use adapters approved by the manufacturer. WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! Hinges move when opening and closing the appliance door and can cause injury.
  • Page 7 Safety en ¡ Highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic cleaning agents in con- junction with aluminium parts in the interior of the appliance may cause explosions. ▶ Never use highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic cleaning agents, in particular commercial or industrial products, in conjunction with aluminium parts (e.g.
  • Page 8: Damaged Appliance

    en Safety ¡ If the insulation of the power cord is damaged, this is danger- ous. ▶ Never let the power cord come into contact with hot appli- ance parts or heat sources. ▶ Never let the power cord come into contact with sharp points or edges.
  • Page 9: Risk To Children

    Safety en Risk to children Follow the safety instructions if there are children in your home. WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation! ¡ Children may put packaging material over their heads or wrap themselves up in it and suffocate. ▶ Keep packaging material away from children. ▶...
  • Page 10 en Safety WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! Children may get their fingers caught in the slots of the tablet collecting tray and injure themselves. ▶ Keep children away from the appliance when open. WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation! Children may become trapped in the appliance and suffocate. ▶...
  • Page 11: Preventing Material Damage

    Preventing material damage en ¡ 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 Preventing material damage Only use the water hoses sup- material damage to your appliance,...
  • Page 12: Environmental Protection And Saving Energy

    en Environmental protection and saving energy ¡ Unsuitable cleaning agents may Saving energy damage the appliance. If you follow these instructions, your Do not use a steam cleaner. ▶ appliance will use less electricity and So as not to scratch the finish ▶...
  • Page 13: Installation And Connection

    Installation and connection en installing it under a continuous work- Installation and connection Installation and connec- top that is securely connected to ad- jacent cabinets. tion "Follow the safety instructions." To ensure proper operation, connect Installation and connection → Page 4 the appliance to the power and water "Follow the instructions for elec- supply correctly.
  • Page 14: Drinking Water Connection

    en Installation and connection Check that the mains plug is inser- Drinking water connection ted properly. Connect your appliance to a drinking water connection. Installing the drinking water connection Note: If you are replacing the appli- ance, you must use a new water sup- ply hose.
  • Page 15: Familiarising Yourself With Your Appliance

    Familiarising yourself with your appliance en Familiarising yourself with your appliance Familiarising yourself with your appliance Familiarise yourself with the parts of your appliance. Familiarising yourself with 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 16: Controls

    en Familiarising yourself with your appliance "Detergent" → Page 27 is added to the detergent Detergent dispenser dispenser. "Bottom basket" → Page 21 Bottom basket Dispenser for special salt Add the special salt to the dispenser for special salt. → "Water softening system", Page 24 Lower spray arm The lower spray arm washes the tableware in the bot- tom basket.
  • Page 17 Familiarising yourself with your appliance en 3 4 5 6 "Switching on the appliance" → Page 31 ON/OFF button and reset button "Switching off the appliance" → Page 33 "Terminating the programme" → Page 33 "Programmes" → Page 18 Programme buttons Display The display shows information about the remain- ing running time or the basic settings.
  • Page 18: Programmes

    en Programmes Programmes Programmes You can find an overview of the pro- ted. The running time will change if Programmes 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 19: Information For Test Institutes

    Programmes en Programme Programme sequence Additional func- tions → "Additional Tableware: Time-optimised: ¡ Cleaning mixed table- ¡ Cleaning 65 °C functions", Speed 65° ware and cutlery. Page 20 ¡ Intermediate rinse Level of soiling: ¡ Final rinse 69 °C ¡ Removing common ¡ Drying household food remnants lightly dried-on.
  • Page 20: Additional Functions

    en Additional functions Press the right programme button. Additional func- → "Programmes", Page 18 tion Press the button for the relevant ¡ Switch on with small additional function. loads. Half Load → "Additional functions", Page 20 ¡ It is recommended Press for approx. 3 seconds. adding less detergent a The selected programme and the to the detergent dis- additional function will flash.
  • Page 21: Top Basket

    Features en Raise or lower the basket evenly to Top basket the right level. Arrange cups and glasses in the top → "Basket heights", Page 23 basket. Check that the basket is level on both sides. You can adjust the height of the top Slide the basket back in.
  • Page 22: Cutlery Drawer

    en Features Etagere Use the cutlery shelf and space un- derneath for small cups and glasses or for large items of cutlery, e.g. cooking spoons or serving cutlery. Cutlery drawer Arrange cutlery in the cutlery drawer. If you do not need the cutlery shelf, you can fold it up.
  • Page 23: Basket Heights

    Before using for the first time en Push the lever forwards and fold To use the prongs again, fold them down the prongs ⁠ . back up. a The prongs audibly click into posi- tion. Basket heights Set the baskets at the right height. Appliance height 81.5 cm with cutlery drawer Setting Top basket...
  • Page 24: Water Softening System

    en Water softening system To ensure good dishwashing results, Water softening system Water softening system you can treat the water with special salt and the water softening system. Hard water leaves limescale on the Water softening system To avoid damage to the appliance, tableware as well as the washing water with a hardness above 9 °E tank and parts of the appliance may...
  • Page 25: Switching Off The Water Softening System

    Water softening system en ter hardness: the higher the water Place the lid back on the dis- hardness, the greater the amount of penser and turn to close. special salt required. Switching off the water ATTENTION! softening system ¡ Detergent may damage the water softening system.
  • Page 26: Regeneration Of The Water Softening System

    en Rinse aid system Regeneration of the water Rinse aid system Rinse aid system softening system You can use the rinse aid system Rinse aid system In order to obtain fault-free function of and rinse aid to get tableware and the water softening system, the appli- glasses rinsed perfectly without ance performs regeneration of the marks.
  • Page 27: Setting The Amount Of Rinse Aid

    Detergent en Spilled rinse aid can cause ex- Press ⁠ . cessive frothing during the wash To open the basic settings, press cycle. for 3 seconds. Close the lid of the dispenser for a The display shows Hxx. rinse aid. a The display shows ⁠...
  • Page 28: Unsuitable Detergents

    en Detergent With powder and liquid detergent the Detergent Description dosage can be individually adjusted Tabs Tabs are suitable for all to the level of soiling of the table- cleaning functions and do ware. not need to be measured For better washing and drying results out.
  • Page 29: Information On Detergents

    Detergent en Add the detergent to the dry deter- Detergent Description gent dispenser. Detergent con- Chlorine residue on table- taining chlorine ware may present a risk to 50 ml health. 25 ml 15 ml Information on detergents Follow the instructions on detergents in everyday use.
  • Page 30: Tableware

    en Tableware right dosage. In order to ensure Cause Recommendation that tablets can dissolve evenly, do Glass and tableware Only put glasses and not place any other objects in the was not dishwasher- china in the dish- tablet collecting tray. safe. washer if it is marked Tip: If you use powder detergent and as dishwasher-safe by...
  • Page 31: Removing Tableware

    Basic operation en ¡ For better washing and drying res- ults, position items with curves or recesses at an angle so the water can run off. Removing tableware WARNING Remove large remnants of food Risk of injury! from your tableware. Hot tableware can cause burns to the To save resources, do not pre- skin.
  • Page 32: Setting A Programme

    en Basic operation The Eco 50° programme is an es- Setting timer programming pecially environmentally friendly You can delay the start of the pro- programme and ideal for normally gramme by up to 24 hours. soiled tableware. It is the most effi- cient programme for the combina- Press ⁠...
  • Page 33: Deactivate Button Lock

    Basic operation en a The button lock is activated and Tip: If you press during the wash will be automatically deactivated at cycle, the programme currently run- the end of the programme. ning will be interrupted. When you a When the appliance is operated, switch the appliance back on, the flashes on the display.
  • Page 34: Basic Settings

    en Basic settings Basic settings Basic settings You can configure the appliance to meet your needs. Basic settings Overview of basic settings The basic settings depend on the features of your appliance. Basic setting Display text Selection Description Water hardness H00 - H07 Set the water softening system to your water hardness.
  • Page 35: Changing Basic Settings

    Home Connect  en Basic setting Display text Selection Description Remote Start rc0 - rc2 Activate or deactivate → "Remote Start ", Page 36. The following settings are possible: ¡ With the setting "rc0", the func- tion is permanently deactivated. ¡ With the setting "rc1", the func- tion can be selected via the button.
  • Page 36: Home Connect Quick Start

    en Home Connect 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 37: Remote Diagnostics

    A detailed RED Declaration of Con- protection. formity can be found online at The first time your appliance is registered on a home network among the additional documents on connected to the Internet, your the product page for your appliance.
  • Page 38: 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 https://www.siemens-home.bsh- mend cleaning your appliance at reg- or from customer ular intervals. service.
  • Page 39 Cleaning and servicing en Phase Removal of Detergent Placement Grease and limescale Liquid machine care product Appliance interior, e.g. bottle or machine descaler in hung in the cutlery basket or powder form. powder in the interior. Food remnants and deposits Machine cleaner Detergent dispenser To ensure optimum cleaning perform- ¡...
  • Page 40: Filter System

    en Cleaning and servicing Filter system The filter system removes coarse soiling from the dishwashing cycle. Press the locking catches gether and lift the coarse filter out ⁠ . Micro filter Fine filter Coarse filter Cleaning filters Soiling in the dishwashing water may block the filters.
  • Page 41: Cleaning Spray Arms

    Cleaning and servicing en Cleaning spray arms Limescale and soiling in the dish- washing water may block the nozzles and bearings on the spray arms. Clean the spray arms regularly. Unscrew the upper spray arm and pull down to remove ⁠ . Pull up the lower spray arm to re- move.
  • Page 42: Troubleshooting

    en Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting You can rectify minor faults on your appliance yourself. Read the troubleshoot- Troubleshooting ing information before contacting after-sales service. This will avoid unneces- sary costs. WARNING Risk of electric shock! Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist ▶...
  • Page 43 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting E:32-00 will light up altern- Remove the filter from the supply ately or indicator for water hose supply lights up. Clean the filter. Re-insert the filter in the supply hose. Screw the water connection back Check the water connection for leaks.
  • Page 44: Washing Results

    en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting A different error code ap- A technical fault is present. Press . pears in the display window. Unplug the appliance or switch off the fuse. E:01-00 to E:90-10 Wait at least 2 minutes. Insert the mains plug of the appli- ance in a socket or switch on the fuse.
  • Page 45 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting Tableware is not dry. Use a different combined detergent with a better drying performance. Extra Dry not activated to im- Activate Extra Dry. ▶ prove drying performance. Tableware removed too Wait until the programme ends. early or drying process not Only remove tableware 30 minutes yet ended.
  • Page 46 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting Remnants of food on table- Washing programme selec- Select a more intensive washing ▶ ware. ted too weak. programme. → "Programmes", Page 18 Tableware has been pre- Only remove large remnants of food ▶ cleaned too intensely. The and do not prerinse tableware.
  • Page 47 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting Water marks on plastic Due to laws of physics Select a more intensive pro- ▶ parts. droplet formation on plastic gramme. → "Programmes", Page 18 surfaces is unavoidable. After drying water marks are Position tableware at an angle. ▶...
  • Page 48 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting Tea residue or lipstick marks Too little detergent is being Use a suitable "Detergent " ▶ → Page 27 and follow the manufac- on tableware. used or is unsuitable. turer's instructions for the amount to be used. Tableware has been pre- Only remove large remnants of food ▶...
  • Page 49 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting Plastic parts are discol- Tableware has been pre- Only remove large remnants of food ▶ oured. cleaned too intensely. The and do not prerinse tableware. sensors chose a weaker pro- gramme. Stubborn soiling cannot be entirely removed. Removable streaks are Amount of rinse aid to be Set the rinse aid system to a lower...
  • Page 50: Home Connect Problem

    en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting Rust spots on cutlery. Cutlery is not sufficiently Use rust-resistant tableware. ▶ rust-resistant. Knife blades are often more severely af- fected. Cutlery may also rust if Do not wash rusting items. ▶ washed together with rust- ing items.
  • Page 51: Information On Display Panel

    Troubleshooting en Information on display panel Fault Cause troubleshooting Add "Special salt" → Page 24. Special salt refill indicator Insufficient special salt. ▶ lights up. Sensor does not detect spe- Do not use special salt tablets. ▶ cial salt tablets. Refill indicator for special Water softening system is Setting the water softening system ▶...
  • Page 52: Mechanical Damage

    en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting Appliance does not start. Mains cable is not inserted. Check whether the socket works. Check whether the mains cable is properly inserted in the socket and on the rear of the appliance. Appliance door is not closed Close the appliance door.
  • Page 53: Noise

    Troubleshooting en Noise Fault Cause troubleshooting Filling valves making knock- Caused by the domestic in- Can only be remedied in the do- ▶ ing noises. stallation. No appliance fault mestic installation. present. Does not affect functioning of the appliance. Knocking or rattling noise. Spray arm is striking table- Arrange tableware so that the spray ▶...
  • Page 54: 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 55: Protect Appliance From Frost

    Customer Service en Protect appliance from frost Disposing of old appliance If there is a risk of frost where the ap- Valuable raw materials can be re- pliance will be standing, e.g. in a holi- used by recycling. day home, empty the appliance com- pletely.
  • Page 56: Product Number (E-Nr.), Produc- Tion Number (Fd) And Consecut- Ive Numbering (Z-Nr.)

    en Customer Service We will always find an appropriate Product number (E-Nr.), pro- solution and try to avoid unnecessary duction number (FD) and con- visits being made by a Customer Ser- secutive numbering (Z-Nr.) vice technician. With any warranty claims, we will You can find the product number (E- make sure that your appliance is re- Nr.), the production number (FD) and...
  • Page 57: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications en needs to be turned off if you are Capacity 14 place settings away from home for a long period, More information about your model e.g. on holiday for several weeks. can be found online at https://en- . This web address is linked to the official EU Technical specifications Technical specifications...
  • Page 58 en Technical specifications Reference "OSSREQUEST" The cost of performing your request will be charged to you. This offer is valid three years from the date of pur- chase or at least as long as we offer support and spare parts for the re- spective appliance.
  • Page 60 BSH Hausgeräte GmbH Carl-Wery-Straße 34 81739 München GERMANY Manufactured by BSH Hausgeräte GmbH under Trademark License of Siemens AG *9001454047* 9001454047 (000630) 650 V1...

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