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  • Page 1 FAVORIT 89021 VI User manual Dishwasher...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Thank you for choosing one of our high-quality products. To ensure optimal and regular performance of your appliance please read this instruction manual carefully. It will enable you to navigate all processes perfectly and most efficiently. To refer to this manual any time you need to, we recommend you to keep it in a safe place.
  • Page 3: Operating Instructions

    Safety information Operating instructions Safety information In the interest of your safety and to ensure the correct use, before installing and first using the appliance, read this user manual carefully, including its hints and warnings. To avoid unnecessary mistakes and accidents, it is important to ensure that all people using the appliance are thoroughly familiar with its operation and safety features.
  • Page 4: Installation

    Product description • Keep children well away from the dishwasher when the door is open. Installation • Check your dishwasher for any transport damage. Never connect a damaged machine. If your dishwasher is damaged contact your supplier. • All packaging must be removed before use. •...
  • Page 5: Internal Light

    Control panel Rinse aid dispenser Rating plate Filters Lower spray arm Upper spray arm Optical signal Once the washing programme has started , a point-shaped optical signal shows on the floor beneath the appliance door. If the appliance has been installed higher up with a furniture door mounted flush, the optical signal will be no longer visible.
  • Page 6: Up And Down Scrolling Buttons (+ -)

    Control panel OPTION button A sequence of displayed messages and audible signals will guide you in the setting of the appliance and the selection of a washing programme and options. Up and down scrolling buttons (+ -) These two buttons have a double function: •...
  • Page 7: Ok / Start Button

    Control panel 2. Press one of the up and down scrolling buttons until desired option is displayed: DELAY START MULTITAB SETTINGS 3. Press OK / START to confirm and enter submenu. 4. Press up and down scrolling buttons until required submenu is displayed. 5.
  • Page 8: Switching On For The First Time - Setting The Language

    First use LANGUAGE BRIGHTNESS In setting mode press for about 6 seconds these 2 buttons simultaneously; the default language message will appear in the display. Switching on for the first time - setting the language 1. Press the ON/OFF button. 2.
  • Page 9: Setting Manually

    Use of dishwasher salt Water hardness Adjusting the water hardness Use of salt setting °dH °TH mmol/l manually electronically 23 - 28 40 - 50 4,0 - 5,0 level 6 19 - 22 33 - 39 3,3 - 3,9 level 5 15 - 18 26 - 32 2,6 - 3,2...
  • Page 10: Use Of Rinse Aid

    Use of rinse aid 3. Using the funnel provided, pour in the salt until the container is full. 4. Replace the cap making sure that there is no trace of salt on the screw thread or on the gasket. 5. Replace the cap tightly turning it clock- wise until it stops with a click.
  • Page 11: Adjusting The Dosage Of Rinse Aid

    Daily use 2. Add the rinse aid in the container. The maximum level for filling is indicated by "max". The dispenser holds about 110 ml of rinse aid, which is sufficient for between 16 and 40 dishwashing cycles, depending upon the dosage setting.
  • Page 12: Loading Cutlery And Dishes

    Loading cutlery and dishes Loading cutlery and dishes Sponges, household cloths and any object that can absorb water may not be washed in the dishwasher. • Before loading the dishes, you should: – Remove all left over food and debris. –...
  • Page 13: The Lower Basket

    Loading cutlery and dishes The lower basket Load larger and heavily soiled dishes and pans in the lower basket. To make it easier to load larger dishes, all rear plate racks in the lower basket can be folded down. The cutlery basket WARNING! Sharp knives and other items of cutlery with sharp edges must be laid in the cutlery tray or in the upper basket because of the risk of injury.
  • Page 14 Loading cutlery and dishes 1. Place the grid insert on the cutlery basket. 2. Place forks and spoon in the cutlery basket with their handles pointing downwards. For larger utensils, such as whisks, leave off one half of the cutlery grid. The cutlery basket can be opened out.
  • Page 15: Beer Glasses

    Loading cutlery and dishes Beer glasses There are the glass holders on the left hand side in the lower basket. You can arrange there up to 4 beer glasses. You can fold up the beer glass holders if necessary. You can replace the beer glass holders with 2 sup- plied cup racks.
  • Page 16: The Upper Basket

    Loading cutlery and dishes You can remove the support that fix the beer glass holders or cup racks if necessary. 1. Use the thumbs to push the support back. 2. Push them forwards to fix the support again. WARNING! Do not hold the support with the hand. This can cause injury.
  • Page 17: Adjusting The Height Of The Upper Basket

    Loading cutlery and dishes • The cup racks can be folded up out of the way for tall crockery items. • Lay or hang wine and brandy glasses in the slots in the cup racks. • For glasses with long stems, fold the glass rack to the right, otherwise fold it away to the left.
  • Page 18: Use Of Detergent

    Use of detergent Raising / lowering the upper basket: 1. Pull out the upper basket completely. 2. Holding the upper basket by the handle, raise it as far as it will go and then lower it vertically. The upper basket will latch into the lower or the upper position.
  • Page 19: Multitab Function

    Multitab function 2. Fill the detergent dispenser (1) with deter- gent. The marking indicates the dosing levels: 20 = approximately 20 g of detergent 30 = approximately 30 g of detergent. 3. All programmes with prewash need an ad- ditional detergent dose (5/10 g) that must be placed in the prewash detergent cham- ber (2).
  • Page 20: Washing Programmes

    Washing programmes Once the programme is running, the "Multitab function " can NO longer be changed. If you want to exclude the "Multitab function " you have to cancel the programme setting and then deactivate the "Multitab function ". In this case you have to set a washing programme (and desired options) again. If the drying results are not satisfactory we recommend that you: 1.
  • Page 21 Washing programmes Programme Degree of Type of Programme description Consumption val- soil load Normal Crockery ENERGY soil and cutlery 55° 1 HOUR Normal Crockery soil and cutlery 45° GLASS Normal Delicate soil crockery and glass- ware PREWASH Partial load (to be com- pleted later in the day)
  • Page 22: Select And Start A Washing Programme

    Select and start a washing programme Select and start a washing programme 1. Check that the baskets have been loaded correctly and that the spray arms are free to rotate. 2. Check that the water tap is opened. 3. Press the ON/OFF button. 4.
  • Page 23: Unloading The Dishwasher

    Unloading the dishwasher The dishwasher's drying system is provided with a device that allows air to circulate inside the dishwasher to prevent residual steam recondensing on the dishes as water droplets. Once the washing programme has ended this device operates intermittently for other 20 minutes, as long as the dishwasher is switched on.
  • Page 24: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    Care and cleaning 2. The dishwasher filter system comprises a coarse filter ( A ), a microfilter ( B ) and a flat filter. Unlock the filter system using the handle on the microfilter, and remove the filter system. 3. Turn the handle about 1/4 a turn anti- clockwise and remove the filter system.
  • Page 25: External Cleaning

    What to do if… If residues of soil have clogged the holes in the spray arms, remove them with a cocktail stick. External cleaning Clean the external surfaces of the machine and control panel with a damp soft cloth. If necessary use only neutral detergents.
  • Page 26 What to do if… Display message and malfunction Possible cause and solution • intermitted audible signal • The water tap is blocked or furred with lime- • message OPEN THE TAP in the display scale. The dishwasher does not fill with water Clean the water tap.
  • Page 27: Technical Data

    Technical data The wash results are not satisfactory The dishes are not clean • The wrong washing programme has been se- lected. • The dishes are arranged in such a way as to stop water reaching all parts of the surface. The baskets must not be overloaded.
  • Page 28: Fixing To The Adjacent Units

    Water connection If possible, position the machine next to a water tap and a drain. This dishwasher is designed to be fitted under a kitchen counter or work surface. Attention! Carefully follow the instructions on the enclosed template for building in the dishwasher and fitting the furniture panel.
  • Page 29: Water Inlet Hose With Safety Valve

    Water connection This appliance has been fitted with safety features which will prevent the water used in the appliance from returning back into the drinking water system. This appliance complies with the applicable plumbing regulations. Water inlet hose with safety valve After connecting the double-walled water inlet hose, the safety valve is next to the tap.
  • Page 30: Electrical Connection

    Electrical connection The waste connection must be at a maximum height of 60 cm from the bottom of the dish- washer. The drain hose can face either to the right or left of the dishwasher. Ensure the hose is not bent or squashed as this could prevent or slow down the discharge of water.
  • Page 31: Environment Concerns

    Environment concerns Environment concerns The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it should be taken to the appropriate collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product.
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