Haier DW12-PFE2-U Instructions For Use Manual

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  • Page 1 Dishwasher DW12-PFE2-U DW12-PFE2ME-U Instructions for Use...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    How to fill the salt How to fill rinse aid How to fill the detergent dispenser Not suitable for the dishwasher Arranging crockery, glasses, etc. in the dishwasher Programme overview Washing dishes How to keep your dishwasher in shape Care and maintenance...
  • Page 3: Safety Information

    Do not use solvents of any kind inside your dishwasher. They could cause an explosion danger. Open the door very carefully if the dishwasher is operating. There is a risk of water squirting out. Do not touch the heating element during or after a wash cycle.
  • Page 4: If A Fault Occurs

    The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. Keep detergents out of the reach of children, who must also be kept away from the dishwasher when it is open.
  • Page 5: Installation

    Levelling the appliance Once the appliance is positioned, adjust the feet (screwing them in or out) to adjust the dishwasher, making it level. In any case, the appliance should not be inclined more than 2˚. If the appliance is level, it will help ensure proper performance.
  • Page 6: Electrical Connection

    Caution: The dishwasher plug must be accessible even when the appliance is installed as a built-in unit so that maintenance can be done safely.
  • Page 7: Getting To Know Your Dishwasher

    Getting to know your dishwasher Close-up view (control panel) ON-OFF Button "Speedup Wash" Button "Speedup Wash" Indicator Delayed Start Button Delayed Start Indicator Dishwasher interior Upper Rack Lower Rack Top Spray Arm Silverware Basket Bottom Spray Arm Salt Container Cap...
  • Page 8: How To Fill The Salt

    How to fill the salt Salt The hardness of the water varies from place to place. If hard water is used in the dishwasher, deposits will form on the dishes and utensils. The appliance is equipped with a special softener that uses a salt specifically designed to eliminate lime and minerals from the water.
  • Page 9: Adjusting Salt Consumption

    Adjusting salt consumption The dishwasher is designed to allow for adjusting the amount of salt consumed based on the hardness of the water used. This is intended to optimize and customize the level of salt consumption so that it remains at a minimum.
  • Page 10: How To Fill Rinse Aid

    How to fill rinse aid How to fill rinse aid How to fill rinse aid How to fill rinse aid How to fill rinse aid Rinse aid Rinse aid Rinse aid Rinse aid Rinse aid This product makes dishes sparkle and helps them to dry without spotting.
  • Page 11: Not Suitable For The Dishwasher

    Use a mild detergent that is described as ‘kind to dishes’. If necessary, seek further information from detergent manufacturers. Select a programme with a low temperature and a short duration as possible. To prevent damage, take glass and cutlery out of the dishwasher as soon as possible after the programme has ended.
  • Page 12: Arranging Crockery, Glasses, Etc. In The Dishwasher

    Arranging crockery, glasses, etc. in the dishwasher Before placing the dishes in the dishwasher, remove larger food particles to prevent the filter from be- coming clogged, which results in reduced performance. If the pots and pans have baked-on food that is extremely hard to remove, we recommend that they are soaked before washed.
  • Page 13 How to use the upper rack The upper rack is designed to hold more delicate and lighter dishware, such as glasses, cups and saucers, plates, small bowls and shallow pans (as long as they are not too dirty). Position the dishes and cookware so that they do not get moved by the spray of water.
  • Page 14: Programme Overview

    Programme overview Type of crokery e.g. Wash china, pots/ pan s, programme cutiery, glasses, etc Soups, Non- casseroles, Intensive delicate sauces, Wash potatoes, pasts, rice, eggs, roast or fried food. Normal Wash Soups, potatoes, pasta, rice, Light Wash eggs, roast or (EN50242) fried food.
  • Page 15 Detergent Delayed Start Extended Prewash Wash * EN50242 test with rinse aid setting 5 Rinse Aid Energy Duration in consump- minutes tion in kWh tion in litres 1.62 1.48 1.24 1.15 1.05 1.00 1.12 1.10 0.40 0.30 0.02 0.02 Water consump-...
  • Page 16: Washing Dishes

    Earn savings If only a small number of dishes have been loaded into the dishwasher,selecting a programme that operates at the next lowest temperature will usually be sufficient. Programme data The stated programme data are based on standard operating conditions.
  • Page 17: End Of Programme

    When you open the door, the dishwasher will beep ten times every thirty seconds. If the appliance has already heated up or the hot water was switched ON and then the appliance door opened, leave the door ajar for several minutes and then close.
  • Page 18 If the the door is closed, after 5 seconds the delayed start indicator “ E ” lights , the time-remaining indicator “ F ” will blink and decrease , the programme will start until the delayed start indicator “ F ” goes out .
  • Page 19: How To Keep Your Dishwasher In Shape

    Seals One of the factors that cause odors to form in the dishwasher is food that remains trapped in the seals. Periodic cleaning with a damp sponge will prevent this from occurring. The door should not be left in the open position since this could present a tripping hazard.
  • Page 20: Care And Maintenance

    Care and maintenance Regular inspection and maintenance of your appliance helps to prevent problems from occurring.This saves time and aggravation.You should therefore carefully inspect the inside of your dishwasher from time to time. Overall condition of appliance Check that no grease or scale has accumulated on the inside of the dishwasher.
  • Page 21: Spray Arms

    Spray arms Lime and remnants of food in the washing water can block the nozzles in the spray arms “ 10 ” and “ 11 ” and the arm mountings. Inspect the nozzles in the spray arms for blocked holes due to remnants of food.
  • Page 22: Fault Finding

    Fault finding Resolving minor problems yourself Experience has shown that you can resolve most problems that rise during normal daily usage yourself, without having to call out a service engineer.Not only does this save costs,but it also means that the appliance is available for use again that much sooner.
  • Page 23 OFF, and wait a few minutes. You can power the dishwasher on, try it again , if the dishwasher still does not function and/or the problem persists, contact the nearest authorised service center and provide them with the following information: the nature of the problem.
  • Page 24 ...with the dishes,cutlery, etc. Remnants of food are stuck to the dishes, cutlery,etc. Dishwasher was not loaded properly. Jets of water could not reach all parts of the dishes, ect. Too many items in the rack. Items in the rack were touching each other.
  • Page 25 Dishes,cultlery,etc.have not been dried Selected programme did not include drying function. Amount of rinse-aid was set too low. Items were removed from dishwasher too soon. Glasses have a dull appearance Amount of rinse-aid was set too low. Tea stains or traces of lipstick have not been completely removed Detergent does not have a sufficient bleaching effect.
  • Page 26: Technical Data

    Technical data Width Depth Height Capacity Mains water pressure Power voltage Maximum current intensity Total absorbed power Important information Notes on waste disposal Old appliances still have some residual value. An environment-friendly method of disposal will ensure that valuable raw materials can be recovered and used again. When an appliance has reached the end of its working life,unplug it from the mains.Cut through the mains cable and dispose of it together with the plug.
  • Page 27: General Information

    Measures must be taken to ensure that built-under and built-in units that are subsequently re-sited as free-standing appliances cannot topple over. This can be achieved by bolting the dishwasher to the wall or fitting it under a continuous work surface which is screwed to the adjacent cupboards.
  • Page 28 A: Wiring box B: Door switch C: Water level switch D: Drain pump motor E: Dispenser F: Softener valve The symbol be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collec- tion point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this prod- uct 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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