The controls are located on top of the door. When
selecting a programme, the door needs to be partially
Audible signals indicate which operations the
dishwasher is performing.
Short "instruction accepted" signal
When any of the buttons are pressed: a short audible
signal informs you that the machine has accepted the
instruction given; if no signal is heard when a button is
pressed, this means that a programme is already
running or that the programme selected does not
include this function.
Long "programme run" signal
A continuous audible signal lasting about one second,
heard only when you close the dishwasher door,
informs you that the wash programme is starting.
Intermittent "end of programme" signal
An intermittent audible signal, lasting in total five
seconds, informs you that the wash programme has
To deactivate these audible signals, press both the
CANCEL and DELAY START buttons together for
about 3 seconds, until three short signals are heard.
To reactivate the audible signals, press both buttons
together again for about 3 seconds, until the "short
instruction accepted" signal is heard.
1. ON/OFF button
Press this button to preset the dishwasher to accept
settings (selection of wash programmes, drying
options, delayed start, etc.).
The salt pilot light and the rinse aid light comes on if
salt or rinse aid have run out and the programme
selector light flashes.
The number corresponding to the programme
selected previously appears in the digital display.
When the wash programme has ended, the
dishwasher stops automatically (an intermittent
audible signal lasting about 5 seconds informs you of
this) and two zeros "00" appear in the digital display.
To switch off the dishwasher at the end of the
programme, press this button again.
2. RINSE AID indicator light
This indicator light will flash when the rinse aid has
run out, to remind you to top it up.
3. SALT indicator light
This indicator light will flash when the salt has run out,
to remind you to top it up.
If your water is level "0" there is no need of salt The
indicator light will remain off.
4. Digital display
Displays the programme number, time delay and fault
If you open the door whilst the programme is in
operation in the digital display appears the remaining
time in minutes to the end of the washing cycle.