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  • Page 1 Dishwasher SN57YS01CE 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 Cutlery drawer ........ 23 General information...... 4 Etagere ........... 24 Intended use........ 4 Folding prongs ....... 25 Restriction on user group.... 4 glassZone........ 25 Safe installation ........ 4 Basket heights........ 26 Safe use ........... 6 Before using for the first time ..   26 Damaged appliance ...... 8 Performing initial start-up .... 26 Risk to children ........ 8...
  • Page 3 Customer Service......   60 Interrupting programme .... 36 Product number (E-Nr.), produc- Terminate programme.... 37 tion number (FD) and consecut- Display programme information.. 37 ive numbering (Z-Nr.) ..... 61 Switching off appliance .... 37 AQUA-STOP guarantee .... 61 Basic settings........    38 Technical specifications....   61 Overview of basic settings ..... 38 Information regarding Free and Changing basic settings.... 40...
  • Page 4: Safety

    en Safety Safety Observe the following safety instructions. General information ¡ Read this instruction manual carefully. ¡ Keep the instruction manual and the product information safe for future reference or for the next owner. ¡ Do not connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transit. Intended use Only use this appliance: ¡...
  • Page 5 Safety en WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock! ¡ Incorrect installation is dangerous. ▶ Connect and operate the appliance only in accordance with the specifications on the rating plate. ▶ Always use the supplied power cable for the new appliance. ▶ Connect the appliance to a power supply with alternating current only via a properly installed socket with earthing.
  • Page 6: Safe Use

    en Safety WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! Hinges move when opening and closing the appliance door and can cause injury. ▶ If built-under or integrable appliances are not in a cavity so that one side is accessible, the hinge area must be covered at the side.
  • Page 7 Safety en WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! ¡ Leaving the appliance door open may result in injury. ▶ Only open the appliance door to load or unload tableware in order to prevent accidents, e.g. through tripping. ▶ Do not sit or stand on the appliance door when open. ¡...
  • Page 8: Damaged Appliance

    en Safety Damaged appliance Follow the safety instructions if the appliance is damaged. WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock! ¡ If the appliance or the power cord is damaged, this is danger- ous. ▶ Never operate a damaged appliance. ▶ Never operate an appliance with a cracked or fractured sur- face.
  • Page 9 Safety en WARNING ‒ Risk of harm to health! Children can lock themselves in the appliance, thereby putting their lives at risk. ▶ With redundant appliances, unplug the power cord. Then cut through the cord and damage the lock on the appliance door beyond repair so that the appliance door will no longer close.
  • Page 10: Preventing Material Damage

    en Preventing material damage Only use the water hoses sup- ▶ Preventing material damage Preventing material dam- plied with the appliance or genu- ine spare hoses. Never re-use water hoses that ▶ have been used before. Preventing material damage Safe installation ¡...
  • Page 11: Environmental Protection And Saving Energy

    Environmental protection and saving energy en So as not to scratch the finish Zeolith drying ▶ on the appliance, do not use The appliance features a Zeolith con- sponges with a rough surface or tainer. Zeolith drying lets you save abrasive cleaning agents. energy.
  • Page 12: Sensors

    en Installation and connection If the automatic door opening is de- Sensors activated, energy consumption in- The sensors adjust the programme creases and the drying phase is usu- sequence and strength in the auto- ally reduced. matic programmes depending on the → "Overview of basic settings", level and type of soiling.
  • Page 13: Drainage Connection

    Installation and connection en installing it under a continuous work- Drinking water connection top that is securely connected to ad- Connect your appliance to a drinking jacent cabinets. water connection. "Follow the safety instructions." → Page 4 Installing the drinking water "Follow the instructions for elec- connection trical connection."...
  • Page 14 en Installation and connection The connection data for the appli- ance can be found on the rating plate. Check that the mains plug is inser- ted properly.
  • Page 15: Familiarising Yourself With Your Appliance

    Familiarising yourself with your appliance en Familiarising yourself with your appliance Familiarising yourself with 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 61.
  • Page 16: Controls

    en Familiarising yourself with your appliance "Detergent" → Page 31 is added to the detergent Detergent dispenser dispenser. "Bottom basket" → Page 23 Bottom basket Dispenser for special salt Add the special salt to the dispenser for special salt. → "Water softening system", Page 27 Lower spray arm The lower spray arm washes the tableware in the bot- tom basket.
  • Page 17 Familiarising yourself with your appliance en 4 5 6 7 8 9 "Switching on the appliance" → Page 35 ON/OFF button and reset button "Switching off the appliance" → Page 37 "Terminating the programme" → Page 37 "Programmes" → Page 19 Programme buttons Info button If you press , the display shows information about selected programmes, basic settings and additional functions.
  • Page 18 en Familiarising yourself with your appliance   buttons You can use these buttons to scroll between the basic settings. → "Changing basic settings", Page 40 "Changing basic settings" → Page 40 Setting buttons "Opening the appliance door" → Page 35 Door opener Display The display shows information about pro- grammes, basic settings or additional functions.
  • Page 19: Programmes

    Programmes en Programmes Programmes You can find an overview of the pro- ning time will change if the rinse aid Programmes grammes that can be selected here. system is switched off or rinse aid Different programmes, which can be needs to be added. found on the control panel of your The consumption values can be appliance, are available depending...
  • Page 20: Information For Test Institutes

    en Programmes Programme Programme sequence Additional func- tions Tableware: Reduced noise: → "Additional ¡ Cleaning mixed table- ¡ Pre-Rinse Silence 50 ware and cutlery. functions", ¡ Cleaning 50 °C Level of soiling: Page 21 ¡ Intermediate rinse ¡ Removing common ¡ Final rinse 35 °C household food remnants ¡...
  • Page 21: Favourite

    Additional functions en E-mail enquiries to: dishwasher@test- Tip: To reset the programme, either use the Home Connect app or reset The product number (E-Nr.) and the your appliance back to the factory production number (FD) are required settings. here. They can be found on the rat- → "Overview of basic settings", ing plate on the appliance door.
  • Page 22: Features

    en Features Additional func- Features Features tion ¡ To ensure a higher hy- You can find an overview of the pos- Features giene status for the ap- sible features of your appliance and HygienePlus pliance and tableware, how to use them here. the temperature is These features depend on the model raised and maintained...
  • Page 23: Bottom Basket

    Features en Press in the levers on the right and Bottom basket left on the outside of the basket. Arrange pans and plates in the bot- tom basket. The basket can then slip down slightly. Raise or lower the basket evenly to Large plates up to a diameter of the right level.
  • Page 24: Etagere

    en Features Arrange cutlery with the points and Etagere sharp edges downwards. Use the cutlery shelf and space un- You can reorganise the cutlery derneath for small cups and glasses drawer to make more space for or for large items of cutlery, e.g. longer/wider items of cutlery.
  • Page 25: Folding Prongs

    Features en Folding prongs glassZone Use the folding prongs to position Use the glassZone in the top basket tableware securely, e.g. plates. to clean all types of glasses gently yet thoroughly. You can fold the prongs down to po- sition pans, bowls and glasses Selecting glassZone better.
  • Page 26: Basket Heights

    en Before using for the first time Pull the tab on the glassZone up Place the glassZone in the top and forwards ⁠ . basket and lock in position ⁠ . Check that the mounts are in the Set the slider to ON. correct position.
  • Page 27: Water Softening System

    Water softening system en Note: If you select Initial start-up To remove any marks from water Home Connect here, make further or other residues, we recommend settings using the Home Connect you operate the appliance without app on your mobile device. tableware before using it for the You can change the settings for first time.
  • Page 28: Setting The Water Softening System

    en Water softening system ¡ Special salt for dishwashers can Setting the water softening damage the tub due to corrosion. system To make sure that any special ▶ salt that escapes is washed out Set the water hardness on your appli- of the tub, add the special salt ance.
  • Page 29: Switching Off The Water Softening System

    Water softening system en Switching off the water Regeneration of the water softening system softening system If you find the special salt refill indic- In order to obtain fault-free function of ator irritating, e.g. when using com- the water softening system, the appli- bined detergents with salt replace- ance performs regeneration of the ment substances, you can switch the...
  • Page 30: Rinse Aid System

    en Rinse aid system 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 Rinse aid system Close the lid of the dispenser for and rinse aid to get tableware and rinse aid.
  • Page 31: Detergent

    Detergent en Press repeatedly until the display Detergent Description shows "Rinse aid dispenser". Powder deter- Powder detergent is re- Press repeatedly until the gent commended for shorter display shows 0. "Programmes" → Page 19. To save the settings, press The dosage can be adjus- approx.
  • Page 32: Unsuitable Detergents

    en Detergent pletely dispense with certain sub- Combined detergent stances. The cleaning effect may Besides conventional separate deter- be restricted here. gents, a number of products are ¡ Set the rinse aid and the water available with additional functions. softening system to the separate These products contain not only de- detergent or combined detergent tergent but also rinse aid and salt re-...
  • Page 33: Tableware

    Tableware en Add the detergent to the dry deter- Close the lid of the detergent dis- gent dispenser. penser. 50 ml 25 ml 15 ml a The lid clicks into position. If you are using tablets, one is a The detergent dispenser will open enough.
  • Page 34: Damage To Glass And Tableware

    en Tableware Damage to glass and table- Cause Recommendation ware The water temperat- Select a programme ure of the programme with lower temperat- Avoid damage to glass and table- is too high. ures. ware. After the programme has ended, take glass- Cause Recommendation ware and cutlery out...
  • Page 35: Removing Tableware

    Basic operation en 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 36: Setting A Programme

    en Basic operation Setting a programme Starting the programme To adjust the wash cycle to the soil- Press ▶ ing level of the tableware, select a a The programme has ended when suitable programme. the display shows "Finished". Press the right programme button. ▶...
  • Page 37: Terminate Programme

    Basic operation en 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 display shows "Programme was terminated."...
  • Page 38: 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 Selection Description Time setting 00:00 - 24:00 Set the current time.
  • Page 39 Basic settings en Basic setting Selection Description Eco forecast Switch EcoCheck on or off. When selecting the programme, the average wa- ter consumption and energy consumption is briefly shown on the display. emotionLight Switch the interior lighting of the appliance on or On via main switch off.
  • Page 40: Changing Basic Settings

    en Home Connect ¡ → "Connecting the appliance to Changing basic settings WLAN home network (Wi-Fi)", Press ⁠ . Page 41 To open the basic settings, press The Home Connect app guides you for approx. 3 seconds. through the entire login process. Fol- low the instructions in the Home Con- Press repeatedly until the display nect app to configure the settings.
  • Page 41: Home Connect Settings

    Home Connect  en Connecting the appliance to WLAN Activating Remote Start home network (Wi-Fi) When you have selected "Manual" in the basic settings of this function, ac- Requirements tivate the function on your appliance. ¡ Home Connect app is installed on your mobile device. Requirements ¡...
  • Page 42: Data Protection

    en Cleaning and servicing Data protection Cleaning and servicing Cleaning and servicing Please see the information on data To keep your appliance working effi- Cleaning and servicing protection. ciently for a long time, it is important The first time your appliance is to clean and maintain it carefully.
  • Page 43: Machine Care

    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 44: Filter System

    en Cleaning and servicing ¡ Follow the safety instructions given Coarse filter on the packagings of the machine care products and machine clean- Cleaning filters ers. Soiling in the dishwashing water may ¡ Activate the "glassZone" block the filters. → Page 25 function. After each wash check the filters Remove any coarse soiling in the for residue.
  • Page 45: Cleaning Spray Arms

    Cleaning and servicing en Press the locking catches Cleaning spray arms gether and lift the coarse filter out 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 ⁠...
  • Page 46: 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 47: Error Code / Fault Display / Signal

    Troubleshooting en Fault Cause Troubleshooting Appliance door opens too Door is not correctly adjus- Adjust the appliance door as de- ▶ wide at the end of the pro- ted. scribed in the installation instruc- gramme. tions. The door gap must be at least 70 mm - 100 mm.
  • Page 48 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause Troubleshooting E:3200 or indicator for wa- The filters in the water con- Switch off the appliance. ter supply lights up. nection of the supply or Pull out the mains plug. AquaStop hose are blocked. Turn off the water tap. Unscrew the water connection.
  • Page 49: Washing Results

    Troubleshooting en Fault Cause Troubleshooting E:9001 lights up. Mains voltage is too low. This is not a fault on the appliance. Contact an electrician. Have the mains voltage and elec- trical installation checked by an electrician. A different error code ap- A technical fault is present.
  • Page 50 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause Troubleshooting Tableware is not dry. Water collects in recesses of Position tableware at an angle ▶ the tableware or cutlery. where possible. The combined detergent Use rinse aid to improve drying per- used has a poor drying per- formance.
  • Page 51 Troubleshooting en 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 52 en Troubleshooting 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 34 not open.
  • Page 53 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause Troubleshooting Stubborn white coatings are Detergent substances are Change your "detergent" ▶ → Page 31. present on tableware, inside deposited there. These coat- the appliance or the door. ings cannot generally be re- Clean the appliance mechanically. ▶ moved with chemicals. The hardness range is set in- Set the Water softening system to ▶...
  • Page 54 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause Troubleshooting Coloured coatings (blue, yel- You can remove deposits with "Mechanical cleaning" → Page 42 low, brown) that are difficult or impossible to remove are or a machine cleaning product. It present inside the appliance may not always be possible to com- or on stainless steel table- pletely remove deposits but they ware.
  • Page 55 Troubleshooting en 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- Adjust the sensitivity of the sensors.
  • Page 56: Home Connect Problem

    en Troubleshooting 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 57: Mechanical Damage

    Troubleshooting en Fault Cause Troubleshooting → "Terminate programme", Water is left in the appliance ▶ at the end of the pro- Page 37 gramme. Appliance cannot be Software update is taking Wait until the software update has ▶ switched on or operated. place. finished.
  • Page 58: Noise

    en Troubleshooting 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 59: Clean Wastewater Pump

    Transportation, storage and disposal en Insert the pump cover and press Clean wastewater pump down ⁠ . 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.
  • Page 60: Protect Appliance From Frost

    en Customer Service 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 61: Product Number (E-Nr.), Produc- Tion Number (Fd) And Consecut- Ive Numbering (Z-Nr.)

    Technical specifications en least 10 years from the date on from water damage, the appliance which your appliance was placed on must be connected to the power the market within the European Eco- supply. nomic Area. ¡ The liability guarantee is valid for the service life of the appliance.
  • Page 62: Information Regarding Free And Open Source Software

    en Technical specifications in the product number (E-Nr.) on the Power consumption Off mode/standby rating plate. Alternatively you can mode: 0.50 W also find the model identifier in the Left-on mode: 0.50 W first line of the EU energy label. Networked standby: 2.00 W Information regarding Free Time in left-on mode: 0 min...
  • Page 63: Declaration Of Conformity

    Directive 2014/53/EU. A detailed RED Declaration of Con- formity can be found online at among the additional documents on the product page for your appliance. 5 GHz WLAN (Wi-Fi): For indoor use only.
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