Fresh Water Connection; Electrical Connection; Disconnecting The Dishwasher - Siemens Dishwasher Instructions For Use Manual

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Fresh water connection

Using the enclosed parts, connect the
fresh water connection to the tap
according to the installation instructions.
Ensure that the fresh water connection is
not kinked, crushed or twisted.
When replacing the appliance, always
connect a new water supply hose to the
water supply. The old supply hose must
not be re-used.
Ensure that the fresh water connection is
not kinked, crushed or twisted.
Water pressure:
Minimum 0,5 bar – maximum 10 bar.
If the water pressure is higher, install a
pressure reducing valve.
Flow rate:
Minimum of 10 litres per minute.
Water temperature:
We recommend cold water connection

Electrical connection

This appliance should only be connected
to a 230/240 V AC source via a properly
installed earthed socket. See nameplate
for size of required fuse.
The socket must be installed close to the
If the domestic wiring includes a residual-
current-operated (FI) circuit-breaker, make
sure that it bears the
this type conforms to the latest regulations

Disconnecting the dishwasher

Here too, it is important that tasks are
carried out in the correct sequence:
always unplug the appliance from the
mains electricity first of all.
Pull plug out of wall socket.
Turn off water supply.
Disconnect drain and water input hoses.
Remove screws in underside of work
surface. Detach base board, if fitted.
Pull out appliance and carefully withdraw
hoses at same time.
Transporting the dishwasher
Drain water from the dishwasher. Secure
all loose parts. The appliance should only
be transported in an upright position.
Protection from freezing
If the appliance is installed in a location
where there is a risk of freezing
temperatures (e.g. in a holiday home), all
water must be completely drained out of
the interior.
Turn OFF the tap, disconnect the supply
hose and allow to drain.
mark, as only
If the appliance is not kept upright
during transport, any water left inside
may seep into the control module and
cause subsequent errors with
programme functions.

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