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Electrolux FAVORIT 65511 VI User Manual

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  • Page 1 FAVORIT 65511 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: Control Panel

    Control panel Upper basket spray arm Filters Lower spray arm Detergent dispenser Rinse aid dispenser Rating plate Salt container Control panel On/Off button Digital display Delay start button Programme selection buttons Indicator lights Function buttons Indicator lights MULTITAB Indicates the activation/deactivation of the Multitab function (see Multitab function) Salt Illuminates when the special salt has run out.
  • Page 6: Setting Mode

    Control panel The digital display indicates: • the level of hardness to which the water softener is set, • the approximate remaining time of the running programme, • activation/deactivation of the rinse aid dispenser (ONLY with Multitab function active), • the end of a washing programme (a zero will appear in the digital display), •...
  • Page 7: First Use

    First use = Audible signals deactivated = Audible signals activated 4. To change the setting, press again function button C: the digital display will indicate the new setting. 5. To memorize the operation, switch off the dishwasher. First use Before using your dishwasher for the first time: •...
  • Page 8: Setting Electronically

    Use of dishwasher salt Water hardness Adjusting the water hardness Use of salt setting °dH °TH mmol/l manually electronically 11 - 14 19 - 25 1,9 - 2,5 level 3 4 - 10 7 - 18 0,7 - 1,8 level 2 <...
  • Page 9: Use Of Rinse Aid

    Use of rinse aid 3. 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.
  • Page 10: 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 11: Load Cutlery And Dishes

    Load cutlery and dishes Load 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 12: The Lower Basket

    Load cutlery and dishes The lower basket The lower basket is designed to take saucepans, lids, plates, salad bowls, cutlery etc. A serving plate can be placed in front of the cutlery basket. The rear plate rack can be easily folded down to allow you to load pots, pans and bowls.
  • Page 13 Load cutlery and dishes Forks and spoons should be placed in the remova- ble cutlery basket with the handles facing down- wards and the knives with their handles facing up- wards. If the handles protrude from the bottom of the basket, obstructing the lower spray arm, load the cutlery with the handles facing upwards.
  • Page 14: The Upper Basket

    Load cutlery and dishes The cutlery basket is in two parts which can be separated to give greater loading flexibility. To sep- arate the two parts, slide them horizontally in op- posite directions and pull them apart. To reassemble, reverse the procedure. The upper basket The upper basket is designed for saucers, salad bowls, cups, glasses, pots and lids.
  • Page 15: Adjusting The Height Of The Upper Basket

    Load cutlery and dishes Glass holders For glasses with long stems and tall cylindrical glasses, fold up the glass holder. (fig. 1) To unload or when not needed, fold the glass hold- er back to the right. (fig. 2) Glasses can also be placed over the bars pointing Adjusting the height of the upper basket If washing very large plates you can load them in the lower basket after moving the upper basket to the higher position.
  • Page 16: Use Of Detergent

    Use of detergent Maximum plate sizes with upper basket in Maximum plate sizes with upper basket in higher position. lower position. Arrangement of large plates in the lower basket. Before closing the door, ensure that the spray arms can rotate freely. Use of detergent Only use detergents specifically designed for use in dishwashers.
  • Page 17: Fill With Detergent

    Use of detergent Fill with detergent 1. Open the lid. 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 18: Multi-Tab Function

    Multi-tab function Multi-tab function This appliance is equipped with the "Multitab function", that allows the use of the "Multitab" combi detergent tablets. These products are detergents with a combined cleaning, rinsing and salt functions. They can also contain other different agents depending on which kind of tablets you choose ("3 in 1", "4 in 1", "5 in 1"...
  • Page 19: Washing Programmes

    Washing programmes If you decide to turn back to the use of standard detergent system we advise that you: 1. Deactivate the "Multitab function". 2. Fill up the salt container and the rinse aid dispenser again. 3. Adjust the water hardness setting to the highest setting and perform 1 normal washing programme without loading any dishes.
  • Page 20: Select And Start A Washing Programme

    Select and start a washing programme Select and start a washing programme Select the washing programme and delay start with the door slightly opened. The start of the programme or the countdown of the delay start will occur only after the closure of the door.
  • Page 21: Unloading The Dishwasher

    Unloading the dishwasher 3. Leave the appliance door ajar for a few minutes before removing the dishes. This way they will be cooler and the drying will be improved. Standby mode If you do not switch off the appliance at the end of the washing programme, the appliance automatically goes into standby mode.
  • Page 22 Care and cleaning The coarse filter (1) must be checked after every washing programme. 1. Open the door, remove the lower basket. 2. Remove the coarse filter and if necessary clean it thoroughly under running water. 3. Replace the coarse filter. Fine filter The fine filter (2) must be cleaned from time to time.
  • Page 23: Cleaning The Spray Arms

    Care and cleaning Cleaning the spray arms Regularly check the nozzles in the 3 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. Ceiling spray arm 1.
  • Page 24: Internal Cleaning

    What to do if… • Polished chromium steel surfaces Remove light dirt with a clean, damp, soft cloth. Microfibre cloths are particularly good. WARNING! When cleaning ensure that you do not go against the direction of the stainless steel finish (the fine horizontal lines).
  • Page 25: Troubleshooting

    What to do if… Fault code and malfunction Possible cause and solution • continuous flashing of the light of the run- • The water tap is blocked or furred with lime- ning programme scale. • appears in the digital display. Clean the water tap.
  • Page 26: 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 27 Hints for test institutes Full load: 11 standard place settings Rinse aid setting: position 6 (Type III) Example loading arrangements: Lower basket Upper basket 1) (upper basket in lowered position) Cutlery basket...
  • Page 28: 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 29: Water Outlet Hose Connection

    Water connection • The electrical cable for the safety valve is in the double-walled water inlet hose. Do not immerse the water inlet hose or the safety valve in water. • If water inlet hose or the safety valve is damaged, remove the mains plug immediately. •...
  • Page 30: Electrical Connection

    Electrical connection Electrical connection WARNING! Safety standards require the appliance to be earthed. Prior to using the appliance for the first time, ensure that the rated voltage and type of supply on the rating plate match that of the supply where the appliance is to be installed. The fuse rating is also to be found on the rating plate.
  • Page 31: Fitting The Hinged Door

    Fitting the hinged door The plinth area that can still be seen after the hinged door has been installed can either be hid- den with a matching panel, or by extending the panel of the kitchen unit that is under the ap- pliance.
  • Page 32 Fitting the hinged door Before installation of the hinge sup- port: Screw bottom unit of the hinge into the holes provided in the hinge support. Place the hinge supports evenly spaced on the floor of the recess and align flush with the front of the floor of the recess.
  • Page 33 Fitting the hinged door 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 34 Fitting the hinged door 12. Insert the guiders into the guides. 13. Fix the guiders with screws to the right and the left on the appliance door.
  • Page 35: Environment Concerns

    Environment concerns 14. Adjust the depth of the appliance, open the appliance door carefully, without changing the position found. Fix the appliance laterally at the top using wood screw. 15. 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 screw- driver.
  • Page 36 WARNING! When a unit is no longer being used: • Pull the plug out of the socket. • Cut off the cable and plug and dispose of them. • Dispose of the door catch. This prevents children from trapping themselves inside and endangering their lives.
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