The dishwasher is equipped with safety features
which are to prevent the water from going back
to the fresh water system. These features are ac-
cording to current water technical safety regulations.
The temperature of the water supply should not exceed 65° C
and the pressure should be between 80-1000 kPa (0,8 - 10 bar).
It is important to have a tap or stopcock, positioned close to
the dishwasher and with easy access. Special mixer taps with
dishwasher connections are available, as well as adaptors
for older mixer taps. Connect the inlet hose to a tap with a
3/4" pipe thread.
The inlet hose must not be joined onto any form of extension
hose. If it is too short, the entire hose must be replaced with
a longer high-pressure hose, specially designed for the
purpose. The end of the hose, which is connected to the
dishwasher can be turned in any direction. Loosen the
retaining nut, turn the hose, then retighten the nut.
Check that the nut and all other connections are
tight before the machine is moved into position.
Use only the inlet hose supplied to the dish-
washer, do not reuse the old inlet hose.
To protect the dishwasher against water damage it is
equipped with a water safety system. In the event of
a fault the drain-pump starts automatically and the
remaining water inside the dishwasher is pumped out.
The water safety system also works when the
dishwasher is switched off. However the dish-
washer must be connected electrically.
Place the discharge hose over the sink as illustrated.
It must not at any point be higher up than 75 cm over the
surface which the dishwasher is standing on. If it runs
higher, operation of the dishwasher might be impaired.
It is also important to ensure that the inside diameter of the
hose is not less than 13 mm at any point. If the discharge
hose is too long, it can easily be cut to the right length.
1. Cut the hose to a suitable length, using a sharp
2. Fit the elbow supplied onto the end of the hose.
The dishwasher is supplied with a lead and electrical plug
for connection to a 230 V earthed wall socket, which should
be easily accessible and protected by a 10 A fuse.
Before any work is carried out on the dishwasher,
it must be isolated from the electric mains supply,
for example by removing the plug from the wall
Permanent electrical installation must be carried
out by an authorised electrician or competent
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