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Electrolux ESL5391 Operating Instructions Manual

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ESL 5391
153 137 013-A-230404-01



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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Operating Instructions ESL 5391 153 137 013-A-230404-01...
  • Page 2 Dear Customer, Please read these user instructions carefully and keep them to refer to later. Please pass the user instructions on to any future owner of the appliance. The following symbols are used in the text: Safety instructions Warning! Information that affects your per- sonal safety.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Operating Instructions ............. Safety .
  • Page 4: Operating Instructions

    Operating Instructions Safety Prior to using for the first time Risk of frost • Follow the ”Instructions for installation and con- • If the appliance is exposed to temperatures below nection”. freezing while connected, it must be correctly emptied by the Customer Service Centre. Correct use •...
  • Page 5: Diagram Of Appliance

    Diagram of appliance Ceiling spray arm Upper basket spray arm and floor spray arm Filters Dispenser for detergent Dispenser for rinse aid Control panel and programme overview Rating plate Dispenser for special salt Control panel ON/OFF button To use the appliance, always open the dishwasher door first.
  • Page 6 Function buttons Multi-display Salt indicator Rinse aid indicator Delay timer Cycle selection button Half load 3in1 function Antibac Rinse + The control indicators have the following meanings: The Programme selection button is used to select the desired dishwashing cycle. Refill with special salt Function buttons: In addition to the pre-set func- tion, the following functions can also be set using Refill with rinse aid...
  • Page 7: Prior To Using For The First Time

    Prior to using for the first time 1. Set the water softener 2. Fill up with special salt for water softeners 3. Fill up with rinse aid If you wish to use 3in1 detergent, do the fol- lowing: – First read the section “Using 3in1 detergents”. –...
  • Page 8: Setting The Water Softener

    Setting the water softener To avoid scale deposits on the dishes and in the dishwasher, the dishes must be washed with soft water, i.e. water with a low lime con- tent. The water softener must be set according to the table to the water hardness in the area where you live.
  • Page 9: Adding Special Salt

    Adding special salt To decalcify the water softener, it must be filled up with special salt. Use only special salt suitable for domestic dishwashers. If you do not use 3in1 detergent, fill up with special salt: – Before using the dishwasher for the first time. –...
  • Page 10: Filling Up With Rinse Aid

    Filling up with rinse aid With rinse aid the rinsing water drains away better and so you get smear-free, gleaming dishes and clear glasses. If you do not use 3in1 detergent, fill up with rinse aid: – Before using the dishwasher for the first time. –...
  • Page 11: Setting The Amount Of Rinse Aid Required

    Setting the amount of rinse aid required Only change the amount dispensed, if smears, milky spots (reduce the amount) or dried on water spots (increase the amount) can be seen on glasses and dishes. (See section “If dish- washing results are not satisfactory”.) The dosage can be set from 1-6.
  • Page 12: Activating/Deactivating The Acoustic Signal

    Activating/deactivating the acoustic signal In addition to the optical display (e.g. indicating the end of the cycle, errors) you can also choose to set an acoustic signal. 1. Press the ON/OFF button. If indicators other than the cycle selection but- ton are lit, a dishwashing cycle is activated.
  • Page 13: In Daily Use

    In daily use Loading cutlery and dishes Sponges, cleaning cloths and any other ob- jects that can absorb water must not be washed in the dishwasher. Plastic and Teflon- coated dishes and pans tend to retain water droplets. These dishes and pans therefore do not dry as well as those made of china and stainless steel.
  • Page 14: Loading Cutlery

    Loading cutlery Warning: Sharp knives and other items of cut- lery with sharp edges must be laid in the cut- lery rack or in the upper basket to avoid the risk of injury. To ensure that all items of cutlery in the cutlery bas- ket can be reached by the water, the cutlery inserts should be inserted and where possible the cutlery placed handle downwards in the cutlery basket.
  • Page 15 Pots, Pans, Large Plates Load large and heavily soiled dishes in the lower basket. The plate rack running right to left at the front right- hand side is most suitable for small flat plates with a diameter of 170-210 mm. A serving plate can be placed in front of the cutlery basket.
  • Page 16 Cups, Glasses, Coffee Service Load smaller, fragile crockery and long, sharp cutlery in the upper basket. Adjustable cup racks • Arrange items of crockery on and under the folding cup racks so that they are offset from each other and water can reach all items. •...
  • Page 17: Adjusting The Height Of The Upper Basket

    Adjusting the height of the upper basket Maximum height of dishes in the Upper basket Lower basket with upper basket raised 19 cm 32 cm with upper basket lowered 21 cm 30 cm The height of the baskets can also be adjusted when they are loaded.
  • Page 18: Adding Detergent

    Adding detergent Detergents remove the dirt from dishes and cutlery. The detergent must be added before the cycle starts. Only use detergent intended for domestic dishwashers. The detergent compartment is located on the inside of the door. 1. If the lid is closed: Press the release button.
  • Page 19: Using 3In1 Detergents

    Concentrated detergents Today’s detergents for dishwashers are almost ex- clusively low-alkaline concentrated detergents with natural enzymes in tablet or powder form. Using 50°C dishwashing cycles in conjunction with these concentrated detergents reduces pollution and is good for your dishes, as these dishwashing cycles are specially matched to the dirt-dissolving properties of the enzymes in concentrated detergents.
  • Page 20: Selecting The Dishwashing Cycle (Cycle Table)

    Selecting the dishwashing cycle (Cycle Table) Programme sequence Consumption with maximum values temperatures (°C) Dishwashing Suitable Type of cycle soiling Auto Dinner lightly to heavily soiled, service and 1time • dried-on food remains cookware Coffee Glasses services and lightly soiled 2times •...
  • Page 21: Starting A Dishwashing Cycle

    Starting a dishwashing 2.When the cycle has finished, the Antibac function is automatically switched off again. cycle Additional function Indicator is lit: switched on 1. Check that the spray arms can turn freely. Indicator is not Additional function 2. Turn the water tap on fully. lit: switched off 3.
  • Page 22: Switching Off The Dishwasher

    Switching off the dishwasher If the acoustic signal has been enabled, a continuous tone will sound for approx. 15 seconds at the end of the dishwashing cycle. Carefully open the door. Hot steam may es- cape. Hot dishes are sensitive to knocks. Therefore leave the dishes to cool for about 15 minutes before re- moving them.
  • Page 23: Care And Cleaning

    Care and cleaning Do not use furniture care products or aggres- sive cleaners. • When necessary, clean the dishwasher’s controls with a soft cloth and clean warm water. • Occasionally check the internal dispensers, door seal and water inlet filter (if fitted) for dirt and clean them, if necessary.
  • Page 24 Fine filter (2) The fine filter must be cleaned occasionally. 1. Open the door and remove the lower basket. 2. Release the fine filter by turning to the right and re- move. 3. Clean the fine filter thoroughly with a brush under running water.
  • Page 25: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    Cleaning the spray arms Regularly check the nozzles in the three spray arms for blockages. If necessary, clean the nozzles with a piece of fine wire or a fine needle and a strong water jet. Do not damage the nozzle openings. Top spray arm 1.
  • Page 26: What To Do If

    What to do if... Remedying small malfunc- tions If the acoustic signal is activated, warning tones sound if there are faults. If one of the following fault codes is displayed in the multi-display during operation: – Fault codeÅ 10 (Problems with water inlet), –...
  • Page 27 Malfunction Possible cause Remedy The mains plug is not Plug in mains plug. plugged in. A fuse in the house’s wiring system Replace fuse. The cycle is not starting. is defective. For dishwasher models with a delay If the dishes are to be washed im- start timer: mediately, cancel the delay start.
  • Page 28: If The Dishwashing Results Are Not Satisfactory

    If the dishwashing results are not satisfactory The dishes are still dirty. • The wrong dishwashing cycle was selected. • The dishes were loaded is such a way that the dishwashing water did not reach all items. The baskets for the dishes must not be overloaded. •...
  • Page 29: Disposal

    Disposal Packaging material The packaging materials are environmentally friendly and can be recycled. The plastic com- ponents are identified by markings, e.g. >PE<, >PS<, etc. Please dispose of the packaging materials in the appropriate container at the community waste disposal facilities. Old appliance Please dispose of your old appliance in line with the guidelines for disposal in your com-...
  • Page 30: Notes For Test Institutes

    Notes for Test Institutes Testing in accordance with EN 60704 must be car- Tests in accordance with EN 50242 must be car- ried out with the appliance fully loaded and using the ried out when the salt dispenser in the water softener test cycle (see "Cycle Table").
  • Page 31: Installation And Connection Instructions

    Installation and connection instructions Scope of use Dishwashing machines of type: 31 . . . General • The dishwasher is supplied ready to be connected to the electrical supply, i.e. with electrical cable, in- stalled drain hose and inlet hose with filter. •...
  • Page 32: Connecting To The Water Supply

    Connecting to the water supply The appliance must be connected by special- ist staff. Inlet • Water pressure: 1–10 bar (flow pressure) • The appliance can be connected to cold and hot water, maximum temperature 65 °C. • The site must provide a regulating tap with G 3/4” outlet.
  • Page 33: Installing And Fitting The Hinged Door

    Installing and fitting the hinged door A normal kitchen unit door with the following dimen- sions can be used as a hinged door: • Max width 596 mm • Max. height 720 mm • Max. depth 20 mm • Weight (including handle) 3 kg to max. 8 kg Do not exceed maximum door height, as oth- erwise the door will not be able to close prop- erly.
  • Page 34: Fitting The Hinged Door

    Fitting the hinged door 1. Fit the two lateral bars A as in the figure opposite. Use aligning disks B. 2. Stand the machine in front of the kitchen unit into which it is to be installed. Place cable and hoses into the neighbouring unit.
  • Page 35 5. Place the hinge supports on the floor of the recess and align, and screw on using 6 wood screws (flat head 4.5x16). 6. Using the drilling template supplied, mark out and drill two holes a (ø35 mm, 11 mm deep) for the hinges at the bottom of the hinged door.
  • Page 36 7. Using the drilling template supplied, mark out and drill 8 holes b for the two guides (ø2 mm, 12 mm deep) at the top of the hinged door. To do this, align the drilling template with the top edge of the hinged door.
  • Page 37 11.Insert the guiders into the guides. 12.Fix the guiders with screws to the right and the left on the appliance door. 13.Adjust the depth of the appliance, open the appli- ance door carefully, without changing the position found. Fix the appliance laterally with wood screws and the two disks D.
  • Page 38: Connection To The Electrical Supply

    14.Fix the appliance laterally by tightening screw V. To do this, there are 2 oblong holes to the right and left in the hinge support to allow access for the screwdriver. Connection to the electrical supply The appliance must only be connected to the electricity supply by a qualified electrician.
  • Page 39: Service

    Service The section “What to do if...” summarizes the main error sources that you can rectify yourself. If, nevertheless, you request a visit from customer service to remedy a problem listed in these instruc- tions, or because of an error made in operating the appliance, a visit from a customer service engineer is not free of charge, even during the warranty period.
  • Page 40 153 137 013-A-230404-01 Subject to change without notice The Electrolux Group. The world´s No.1 choice. The Electrolux Group is the world´s largest producer of powered appliances for kitchen, cleaning and outdoor use. More than 55 million Electrolux Group products (such as refrigerators, cookers, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, chain saws and lawn mowers) are sold each year to a value of approx. USD 14 billion in more than 150 countries around the world.