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  • Page 1 FAVORIT 30010 I User manual Dishwasher...
  • Page 2 Dear Customer Thank you for choosing one of our high-quality products. With this appliance you will experience the perfect combination of functional design and cutting edge technology. Convince yourself that our appliances are engineered to deliver the best performance and control - indeed we are setting the highest standards of excellence.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Operating instruction Safety information Correct use General safety Child safety Installation Product description Control panel Programme knob and On/Off indicator light First use Set the water softener Setting manually Setting electronically Use of dishwasher salt Use of rinse aid Adjusting the dosage of rinse aid Daily use Loading cutlery and dishes...
  • Page 4 Contents Care and cleaning Cleaning the filters Cleaning the spray arms External cleaning Internal cleaning Prolonged periods of non-operation Frost precautions Moving the machine What to do if ... Technical data Hints for test institutes Installation instructions Installation Fixing to the adjacent units Levelling Water supply connections Water inlet hose with safety valve...
  • Page 5: Operating Instruction

    Safety information Operating instruction 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 6: General Safety

    Safety information General safety • Dishwasher detergents can cause chemical burns to eyes, mouth and throat. Could endanger life! Comply with the safety instructions of the dishwasher de- tergent manufacturer. • The water in your dishwasher is not for drinking. Detergent residues may still be present in your machine.
  • Page 7: Product Description

    Product description WARNING! For electrical and water connection carefully follow the instructions given in specific paragraphs. Product description Upper basket Water hardness dial Salt container Detergent dispenser Rinse aid dispenser Rating plate Filters Lower spray arm Upper spray arm...
  • Page 8: Control Panel

    Control panel Control panel 30 MIN Programme knob START/RESET button Delay start button Indicator lights On/Off indicator light Programme marker Indicator lights Wash Illuminates when the washing and rinsing pha- ses are running. Illuminates when the drying phase is running. End of programme Illuminates when the washing programme has ended.
  • Page 9: Programme Knob And On/Off Indicator Light

    First use Indicator lights Rinse aid Illuminates when rinse aid needs to be filled. 1) The salt and rinse aid indicator lights are never illuminated while a washing programme is running even if filling with salt and rinse aid is necessary. Programme knob and On/Off indicator light •...
  • Page 10: Set The Water Softener

    Set the water softener Set the water softener The dishwasher is equipped with a water softener designed to remove minerals and salts from the water supply, which would have a detrimental or adverse effect on the operation of the appliance. The higher the content of these minerals and salts, the harder your water is.
  • Page 11: Setting Electronically

    Set the water softener 1. Open the dishwasher door. 2. Remove the lower basket from the dishwasher. 3. Turn the water hardness dial to posi- tion 1 or 2 (see table). 4. Replace the lower basket. Setting electronically The dishwasher is factory set at level 5. 1.
  • Page 12: Use Of Dishwasher Salt

    Use of dishwasher salt Use of dishwasher salt WARNING! Only use salt specifically designed for use in dishwashers. All other types of salt not specifically designed for use in a dishwasher, especially table salt, will damage the water softener. Only fill with salt just before starting one of the complete washing programmes.
  • Page 13: Use Of Rinse Aid

    Use of rinse aid Use of rinse aid WARNING! Only use branded rinse aid for dishwashers. Never fill the rinse aid dispenser with any other substances (e.g. dishwasher clean- ing agent, liquid detergent). This would damage the appliance. Rinse aid ensures thorough rinsing, and spot and streak free drying. Rinse aid is automatically added during the last rinse.
  • Page 14: Adjusting The Dosage Of Rinse Aid

    Daily use Adjusting the dosage of rinse aid According to the finish and drying results obtained, adjust the dose of rinse aid by means of the 6 position selector (position 1= minimum dosage, position 6= maxi- mum dosage). The dose is factory set in position 4. Increase the dose if there are drops of water or lime spots on the dishes after washing.
  • Page 15 Loading cutlery and dishes • When loading the dishes and cutlery, please note: – Dishes and cutlery must not impede the rotation of the spray arms. – Load hollow items such as cups, glasses, pans, etc. with the opening down- wards so that water cannot collect in the container or a deep base.
  • Page 16: The Lower Basket

    Loading cutlery and dishes The lower basket The lower basket is designed to take saucepan, lids, plates, salad bowls, cutlery ect. Service dishes and large lids should be ar- ranged around the edge of the basket, ensur- ing that the spray arms can turn freely. The cutlery basket WARNING! Long bladed knives stored in an upright position are a potential hazard.
  • Page 17: The Upper Basket

    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 upper basket The upper basket is designed for plates (dessert plates, saucers, dinner plates of up to 24 cm in diameter), salad bowls, cups and glasses...
  • Page 18: Adjusting The Height Of The Upper Basket

    Loading cutlery and dishes In case that plates are loaded in the upper basket, load them starting from the rear positions of the basket, tilting them slightly forwards and avoiding the front po- sitions near the door. Before closing the door, ensured that the spray arms can rotate freely.
  • Page 19: Use Of Detergent

    Use of detergent 1. Move the front runner stops (A) of the upper basket outwards and slide the basket out. 2. Refit the basket in the higher position and replace the stops (A) in their origi- nal position. When the upper basket is raised you will not be able to use the cup racks.
  • Page 20: Use Of Combi Detergent Tablets

    Use of detergent 2. Fill the detergent dispenser (1) with detergent. 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 additional detergent dose (5/10 g) that must be placed in the prewash detergent chamber (2).
  • Page 21: Washing Programmes

    Washing programmes The refilling of the salt container and the rinse aid dispenser are no longer necessary. In this case the rinse aid indicator light will always remain illuminated when the machine is switched on (not all dishwasher models are foreseen with rinse aid indicator light).
  • Page 22: Select And Start A Washing Programme

    Select and start a washing programme Programme Degree of Type of load Programme description Consumption val- soil Normal soil Crockery and ECO 50° cutlery 1) The consumption values are intended as a guide and depends on the pressure and the temperature of the water and also by the variations of the power supply and the amount of dishes.
  • Page 23: Setting And Starting The Programme With "Delay Start

    Select and start a washing programme Setting and starting the programme with "delay start" • Allows the start of the programme to be delayed by 3 hours. 1. After having selected the washing programme, press the delay start button. – The corresponding indicator light illuminates. 2.
  • Page 24: Unloading The Dishwasher

    Unloading the dishwasher 1. Switch off the dishwasher by returning the programme knob to the Off posi- tion. The On/Off indicator light turns off. 2. Open the dishwasher’s door, leave it ajar and wait a few minutes before re- moving the dishes; in this way they will be cooler and the drying will be improved.
  • Page 25 Care and cleaning 2. The dishwasher filter system compri- ses a coarse filter (A), a microfilter (B) and a flat filter. Unlock the filter system using the handle on the mi- crofilter. 3. Turn the handle about 1/4 a turn an- ticlockwise and remove the filter sys- tem.
  • Page 26: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    Care and cleaning WARNING! NEVER use the dishwasher without filters. Incorrect repositioning and fitting of the filters will produce poor washing results and may result in damage to the appliance. Cleaning the spray arms NEVER try to remove the spray arms. If residues of soil have clogged the holes in the spray arms, remove them with a cocktail stick.
  • Page 27: Moving The Machine

    What to do if ... Moving the machine If you have to move the machine (moving house etc..): 1. Unplug it. 2. Turn the water tap off. 3. Remove the water inlet and discharge hoses. 4. Pull the machine out together with the hoses. Avoid over tilting the machine during transportation.
  • Page 28 What to do if ... Fault code and malfunction Possible cause and solution • The programme does not start • The dishwasher’s door has not been properly closed Close the door • The main plug is not plugged in Insert the main plug •...
  • Page 29: 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 30: Hints For Test Institutes

    Hints for test institutes Hints for test institutes Testing in accordance with EN 60704 must be carried out with appliance fully loaded and using the test programme (see "Washing programmes"). Test in accordance with EN 50242 must be carried out when the salt container and rinse aid dispenser have been filled with salt and rinse aid respectively and using the test programme (see "Washing programmes").
  • Page 31 Hints for test institutes Example loading arrangements: Upper basket Cup racks: position A Lower basket with cutlery basket Cutlery basket...
  • Page 32: Installation Instructions

    Installation Installation instructions Installation WARNING! Any electrical and/or plumbing work required to install this appliance should be carried out by a qualified electrician and/or plumber or competent person. Remove all packaging before positioning the machine. 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.
  • Page 33: Water Supply Connections

    Water supply connections Connection to a cold water supply is advised. If connection is made to a hot water supply the maximum permissible temperature is 60°C. A hot water supply is not always efficient with very soiled crockery as it shortens the washing programmes a lot.
  • Page 34: Water Outlet Hose Connection

    • If water inlet hose or the safety valve is damaged, remove the mains plug immediately. • A water inlet hose with safety valve must only be replaced by a specialist or by the Service Force Centre. WARNING! Warning! Dangerous voltage. Water outlet hose connection The end of the drain hose can be connected in the following ways: 1.
  • Page 35: Electrical Connection

    Electrical connection Likewise the internal diameter of the couplings used for connections to the waste outlet must be no smaller than the diameter of the hose provided. When connecting the drain hose to an under sink trap spigot, the entire plastic mem- brane (A) must be removed.
  • Page 36: 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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