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  • Page 1 Dishwasher user manual imagine the possibilities Thank you for purchasing this Samsung product. To receive more complete service, please register your product at www.samsung.com/global/register Cover.indd 1 2008-06-17 ¿ÀÈÄ 5:20:06...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1/ FOR THE USER’S ATTENTION • Safety instructions ______________________________________ • Protection of the environment______________________________ • Economical, environmentally friendly washing ________________ 2/ DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE • General presentation of the dishwasher ____________________ • Presentation of the control panel __________________________ 3/ INFORMATION ______________________________________________ 4/ WHAT TO DO BEFORE FIRST USING THE MACHINE •...
  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    1/ FOR THE USER’S ATTENTION • Children’s safety Important : — This appliance is not intended for use by Keep this user’s manual with your appli- young children or infirm persons unless they ance. If the appliance is sold or transferred to have been adequately supervised by a respon- someone else, ensure that the manual is with sible person to ensure that they can use the...
  • Page 5: Protection Of The Environment

    1/ FOR THE USER’S ATTENTION — Only use products specially designed for your dishwasher (water softening salt, detergent and rinsing products). — As far as possible, avoid opening the dishwasher’s door when it is operating, and in particular during the heating phases, because scalding steam may escape or you may be splashed with hot water.
  • Page 6: 2/ Description Of Your Appliance

    2/ DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE • GENERAL PRESENTATION OF THE DISHWASHER Fig. 01 Removable top Regenerating salt tank Upper basket Waste filter Washing products dispenser Main filter oversize plate barrier Rinsing product dispenser Lower sprinkler arm Description plate (Model number ) Advice: This user’s guide is applicable to several models.
  • Page 7: Presentation Of The Control Panel

    2/ DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE • PRESENTATION OF THE CONTROL PANEL B B C C D D Fig. 02 Selector switch (3 functions): The indicator lights: • Choosing a programme: Turn the TA B S Multipurpose products: selector switch to choose a programme. •...
  • Page 8: 3/ Information

    3/ INFORMATION Important: For impeccable results, preferably For your dishwasher to provide impec- use a combination of traditional pro- cable washing and drying results with no marks, you must set it correctly using the ducts: ① ① water softening system, which uses regene- Washing detergent to clean the rating salt.
  • Page 9: Measure The Water Hardness And Select The Type Of Detergent

    4/ WHAT TO DO BEFORE FIRST USING THE MACHINE • MEASURE THE WATER HARDNESS AND SELECT THE TYPE OF DETER- GENT: TRADITIONAL OR MULTI-PURPOSE In one simple action, you can test the your water’s lime content using the testing strip supplied with your dishwasher.
  • Page 10: 5/ Detergent Products And Adjusting The Water Softener

    5/ DETERGENT PRODUCTS AND ADJUSTING THE WATER SOFTENER • FOR TRADITIONAL PRODUCTS • Your machine must be specially adjusted to use traditional products. • Proceed as follows to set the softener on the control panel: — Turn the selector to the “Set” position; the screen displays S S E E L L to inform you that you are in setting mode.
  • Page 11: For Multi-purpose Products

    5/ DETERGENT PRODUCTS AND ADJUSTING THE WATER SOFTENER TA B S • FOR MULTI-PURPOSE PRODUCTS : OPTION • Your machine can be specially adjusted to use multi-purpose products if the water hardness is less than 25°F. Tip: Your dishwasher’s “TABS” option adjusts to the wide range of multipurpose products. It has two possible settings, which you access via the Select.
  • Page 12: 6/ Loading Of Regenerating Salt

    6/ LOADING OF REGENERATING SALT • Loading of regenerating salt (Fig 06) Filling with salt is essential for providing a good wash without marks. It regenerates the resins that soften the water, by removing its lime content (unless the mains water supply is soft enough).
  • Page 13: 7/ Loading Of Rinsing Product

    7/ LOADING OF RINSING PRODUCT • Loading of rinsing product (Fig. 07) Important : Only use a rinsing product designed for dishwashers. The rinsing product ensures your items shine and are well dried. When first putting the machine into service, fill the tank until the level is flush with the top of the adjustment lever.
  • Page 14: 8/ Your Dishwasher's Equipment

    8/ YOUR DISHWASHER’S EQUIPMENT Very important Items not suitable for washing in a dishwasher: - Wooden cutting boards - Stainless steel utensils or plastic utensils that are not heat-resistant - Copper or pewter items - Glued crockery and cutlery - Cutlery with wooden, horn or mother-of-pearl handles - Antique or hand-painted porcelain When purchasing crockery, glasses or cutlery, ensure that it is dishwasher-safe •...
  • Page 15: The Upper Basket

    8/ YOUR DISHWASHER’S EQUIPMENT • THE UPPER BASKET This basket is particularly designed to take glasses, cups, ramekins, small salad bowls, bowls and saucers. Arrange your items methodically to save on space (arranging glasses, cups or bowls together). You can also arrange cups, ladles, etc. on the folding cup racks (Fig.
  • Page 16: The Cutlery Basket

    8/ YOUR DISHWASHER’S EQUIPMENT • THE CUTLERY BASKET The cutlery basket slides to allow flexible loading. It can be placed anywhere in the lower basket. You can therefore make a variety of loads depending on the items (Fig. 12). If your cutlery items or your dishes are too large, alter the height setting for the upper basket.
  • Page 17: 9/ Your Dishwasher's Safety Systems

    9/ THE DISHWASHER’S SAFETY SYSTEMS • Door not closed properly The screen flashes when the door is not closed or not properly closed. • Locked programme access While the programme is running, the programme selection switch is automatically locked and can- not be changed.
  • Page 18: 10/ Washing Programmes Table

    10/ WASHING PROGRAMMES • PROGRAMMES TABLE T T y y p p e e o o f f i i t t e e m m s s : : Mixed Delicate Mixed - - p p o o r r c c e e l l a a i i n n , , p p a a n n s s , , c c u u t t - - l l e e r r y y , , g g l l a a s s s s e e s s , , e e t t c c .
  • Page 19 10/ WASHING PROGRAMMES Mixed Mixed Mixed Resistant V V e e r r y y d d i i r r t t y y N N o o r r m m a a l l l l y y d d i i r r t t y y , , i.e. a N N o o r r m m a a l l l l y y d d i i r r t t y y , , i.e.
  • Page 20: 11/ Programming

    11/ PROGRAMMING B B C C D D Fig. 02 Advice : Consult the Programmes table on the preceding pages to determine the programme you need for the type of items, the quantity and the amount of food residue. • Immediate start of a programme Choose the programme by turning Selector .
  • Page 21: 12/ Cleaning Your Appliance

    12/ CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE • CLEANING THE WASTE FILTERS ➀ ➀ The filtration system consists of several elements: - - The waste filter - - The large main filter - - The micro filter ➁ ➁ The filters are located in the centre of the tub and must be washed regularly to obtain opti- mum washing results.
  • Page 22 12/ CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE • Periodically Every 3 or 4 months, in order to remove any deposits, run a special maintenance programme, with- out any items in the machine, using a special dishwasher cleaning product. Important : Keep this product out of children’s reach. •...
  • Page 23: 13/ If Operating Abnormalities Occur

    13/ IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR • SUMMARY OF THE FAULTS d01: water supply fault (tap) d07: overflow / anti-leak fault d02: draining fault d08: sprinkling distribution fault d03: heating fault d11: pressure sensor fault d04: temperature fault d12: filling fault (water inlet detection system) d05: fault –...
  • Page 24 13/ IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR • THE INDICATOR LIGHTS Problem Possible auses What to do? The salt light does not go out - No salt or an insufficient quan- - Refill the tank and wait for the tity of salt in the tank to trigger cycle to end.
  • Page 25 13/ IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR Problem Possible auses What to do? The appliance will not restart - Door opened during a - Wait for the time delay to end washing cycle. (controlled internally by the appliance). The appliance does not drain - The cover has not been remo- - Remove the cover.
  • Page 26 13/ IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR • POOR WASHING RESULTS... Problem Possible auses What to do? White marks - Chalky film (removable with - Check that there is salt in the (identify what type) vinegar). tank (light unlit = OK). - Check the water hardness at the tap and that the water sof- tener is set correctly.
  • Page 27: Poor Drying Results

    13/ IF OPERATING ABNORMALITIES OCCUR • POOR OPERATION Problem Possible auses What to do? Constant filling - Drain hole situated too low for - Drain wand has fallen on the the appliance (Cf. table fault floor. d012). - The filters and drain outlets are - Remove and clean the filters A lot of waste on the large filter blocked...
  • Page 28: 14/ After-sales Service

    14/ AFTER-SALES SERVICE INTERVENTION WORK • • Any intervention work on your appliance must be performed by a qualified professional approved by the manufacturer. When you call, please mention the full reference for your appliance (model, type and serial number). This information is shown on the description plate (see Fig.
  • Page 29: 15/ Indications For The Testing Laboratories

    15/ INDICATIONS FOR THE TESTING LABORATORIES • Details common to all models — Washing capacity - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12 standard place settings —...
  • Page 30 15/ INDICATIONS FOR THE TESTING LABORATORIES N N O O K K N N O O K K O O K K 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 8 8 8 1 1 1 2 2 2 8 8 5 4 4 4...
  • Page 31 NOTES...
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