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Dishwasher
WSF6608

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  • Page 1 USER MANUAL Dishwasher WSF6608...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    coNgRATULATioNS coNTENTS Congratulations and thank you for choosing our product. Important safety instructions We are sure you will find your new appliance a pleasure Recycling to use and a great asset to your cooking. Before you use Safety information the appliance, we recommend you read through the whole Recommendations user manual which provides a description of the product Items not suitable for dishwashing and its functions. Technical specifications Conformity with the standards and Test data To avoid the risks that are always present when you use Description of your appliance an appliance, it is important that the appliance is installed Quick Start Guide correctly and that you read the safety instructions carefully Installing the machine to avoid misuse and hazards. We recommend that you Positioning the machine keep this instruction booklet for future reference and pass it...
  • Page 3: Environmental Tips Environmental Tips

    iMpoRTANT SAfETy iNSTRUcTioNS • Pay special attention and be sure that the machine These warnings have been provided in the interest of safety. You MUST read them carefully before installing or using does not stand on the electricity supply cable. the appliance. • Never use an extension cord or a multiple socket The symbols you will see in this booklet have these meanings: for making a connection. The plug should be easily accessible after the machine has been installed. WARNING WARNING • After installing the machine to a suitable place, run it This symbol indicates information concerning your personal safety unloaded for the first time. iN dAiLy USE • Do not get up, sit or place a load on the open door of TIPS & INFORMATION TIPS AND INFoRMATIoN the dishwasher, it may fall over. This symbol indicates tips and information about use of the appliance • Never put into the detergent and rinse aid dispensers of your machine anything other than those detergents ENvIRoNMENTAL TIPS...
  • Page 4: Recommendations

    SAfETy iNfoRMATioN ANd REcoMMENdATioNS foR yoUR cHiLdREN’S SAfETy WARNING WARNING • After removing the machine’s packaging, make sure that the packaging material is out of reach of children. Some dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline. They can be extremely dangerous if swallowed. Avoid contact with the • Do not allow children to play with or start the machine. skin and eyes and keep children away from the dishwasher • Keep your children away from detergents and rinse when the door is open.
  • Page 5: Technical Specifications

    dEScRipTioN of yoUR AppLiANcE 1. Worktop 9. Detergent and rinse-aid dispenser 2. Upper basket with racks 10. Upper basket track latch 3. Upper spray arm 11. Upper cutlery basket 4. Lower spray arm 12. Turbo drying unit: This system provides better drying 5. Filters performance for your dishes. 6. Lower basket 13. Ceiling spray impeller: It provides better washing for the 7. Rating plate dishes at upper basket. 8. Control panel TEcHNicAL SpEcificATioNS Capacity ..........15 place settings • Electrolux reserves the right to amend design and technical specifications. Height ............845 mm Height (without worktop) ........
  • Page 6: Description Of Your Appliance

    dEScRipTioN of yoUR AppLiANcE No dishes should certainly be available in the lower 1. poWER BUTToN basket while using this feature. When pressed on, the machine is energised and the power light illuminates. If you have dishes only in the lower basket, press the key 1⁄2 and select the position in which the 2. opTioN BUTToN RiNSE+ / dRy+ lower lamp is illuminated. You can add extra rinsing or drying functions into the selected program by using this button. Thus, washing up shall be done only on the lower basket of your machine. In using this feature, make sure that there Once you select extra rinsing function, the light for extra are no dishes in the upper basket. Note: If you have used rinsing on the left upper-hand side of the indicator will an extra feature on the latest washing program, this feature come on, and thus washing-rinsing steps will be added will remain active also on the next washing program. If into the selected program, so you can ensure that your you do not want to use this feature on the newly selected dishes will be extracted cleaner and glossier. washing program, press the selected feature button again, Once you select extra drying function, the light for extra and check that the lamp on the button goes off. drying on the left lower-hand side of the indicator will 6. dooR HANdLE come on, and thus the extra heating and drying steps will The door handle is used to open/close the door of your be added into the selected program, so you can ensure...
  • Page 7 button again, and check that the indicator lamp on the button goes off. 10. pRogRESS iNdicAToR LigHTS Program status can be monitored via the progress indicator lights on control panel: • Wash • Rinse • Dry • End 11. TiME iNdicAToR diSpLAy Time Indicator displays the program times and remaining time for the program in operation. In addition, you can adjust program delay time by pressing the buttons on the indicator before program starts. If you want to change delay time, you can set the time by pressing Start/Pause button and using buttons on the indicator. Press Start/Pause button again in order to activate. cHiLd LocK opERATioN In order to activate child lock, press “+” and “–” buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds. At this time, “CL” appears for 2 seconds on remaining time indicator. To deactivate child lock,...
  • Page 8: Quick Start Guide

    QUicK START gUidE Once the ON/OFF button is pressed, SWiTcHiNg oN THE MAcHiNE The START/PAUSE button light the START/PAUSE symbol illuminates turns off once the program starts Press the ON/OFF button and the WASH light is on Select the program via the PROGRAM selector button Additonal functions pRogRAM foLLoW-Up You can follow the program flow using the program Once completed the follow-up lamps located on the control panel. DRY light will illuminate and the machine will run During the washing cycle silently whilst drying the WASH light is on Once the program is completed the END light comes on Do not open the dishwasher until this light comes on cHANgiNg A pRogRAM If you would like to change programs while a washing program is continuing. Press the PAUSE/START button After the dishwasher stops, select the desired program on the PROGRAM select button Press the PAUSE/START button to commence new program cANcELLiNg A pRogRAM If you want to cancel current program for any reason.
  • Page 9: Installing The Machine

    iNSTALLiNg THE MAcHiNE After the connections are made, the tap should be turned poSiTioNiNg THE MAcHiNE on fully and checked for water tightness. For the safety of When considering the location for the dishwasher, ensure your machine, make sure to always turn off the water inlet that there is adequate space to enable loading and tap after each wash program is finished. unloading of the dishes. • D o not put your machine in any location where the WARNING WARNING ambient temperature can fall below 5°C. Note: Aquastop inlet hose has • B efore positioning, take the machine out of its components using 240V. Do not cut packaging by following the warnings located on Aquastop inlet hose. Do not let it get the package.
  • Page 10: Electrical Connection

    iNSTALLiNg THE MAcHiNE WARNING WARNING ELEcTRicAL coNNEcTioN The earthed plug of your machine should be connected to an earthed outlet supplied by suitable voltage and current. If there is no earthing installation, have a competent electrician carry out an earthing installation. In case of usage without earthing installed, our company will not be responsible for any loss of usage that might occur. The indoor fuse current value should be 10- 1 6 A. Your machine is designed for 220-240 V. The machine should not be plugged in during installation. • A lways use the molded plug supplied with your machine. • R unning in low voltage will cause a decline in washing quality. • T he machine’s electrical cable should be replaced by an authorised service or an authorised electrician only. Failure to do so may lead to accidents. • F or safety purposes, always make sure to disconnect the plug when a wash program is finished. • I n order not to cause an electric shock, do not unplug when your hands are wet.
  • Page 11: Fitting The Machine Undercounter

    iNSTALLiNg THE MAcHiNE 3. A djust the machine feet according to the slope of the floor. 4. F it your machine by pushing it undercounter without letting the hoses get crushed or bent. WARNING WARNING After removal of worktop, ensure the opening for the dishwasher is according to the following dimensions. 820mm INSTALLATIoN...
  • Page 12: Preparing The Machine For Use

    pREpARiNg THE MAcHiNE foR USE Other tablet detergents contain detergent + rinse aid + pRioR To USiNg THE MAcHiNE foR THE fiRST TiME various extra functions/additives. • Check whether the electricity and water supply specifications match the values indicated by the Generally, combined detergents produce acceptable installation instructions for the machine. results under certain usage conditions only. Such detergents • Remove all packaging materials inside the machine. contain rinse aid in preset amounts. • Fill the rinse aid compartment. Points to consider when using these type of products: dETERgENT USAgE • Always make sure to check the specifications of Use a detergent specifically designed for use in domestic the detergent you will use or whether or not it is a dishwashers. You can find powder, gel, and tablet combined detergent. detergents in the market that have been designed for household dishwashers. Detergent should be put into the • Check if the detergent used is appropriate for the compartment prior to starting the machine. Keep your hardness of mains water.
  • Page 13: Filling With Rinse Aid And Making The Setting

    pREpARiNg THE MAcHiNE foR USE WHEN yoU STop USiNg coMBiNEd dETERgENTS • Fill the rinse aid compartments. • Select a suitable rinse aid setting. fiLLiNg WiTH RiNSE Aid ANd MAKiNg THE SETTiNg Rinse aid is used to improve the drying of the wash load and reduce the deposit of cloudy drops and streaks on glasses and dishware. For this reason, care should be taken that there is adequate amount of rinse aid in the rinse aid compartment and only rinse aid produced for use in dishwashers should be used. If the rinse aid lamp on the control panel illuminates, fill the rinse aid compartment with rinse aid. 1. T o put in rinse aid, remove the rinse aid compartment cap by turning it. 2. F ill the rinse aid compartment with rinse aid until the rinse aid level indicator becomes dark; refit the cap by locating the locking pins and close...
  • Page 14: Loading Your Dishwasher

    LoAdiNg yoUR diSHWASHER Correctly loaded dishes will result in the best energy Top BASKET foLdiNg SUppoRTS consumption, washing and drying performance. There Foldable racks on the upper basket are designed in order are two separate baskets for you to load your dishes into to let you place big items easier such as pots, pans, etc. your machine. You can load into the lower basket round If requested, each part can be folded separately, or all of and deep items as pots with long handles, pot lids, plates, them can be folded and larger spaces can be obtained. salad plates and cutlery sets. You can use foldable racks by raising them upwards,or by folding down. The upper basket has been designed for tea plates, dessert plates, salad bowls, cups and glasses. When placing long-stem glasses and goblets, lean them against the basket edge, rack or glass support wire and not against other items. Do not lean long glasses against one another if they are unsupported, they may break. It is more appropriate to locate the thin narrow parts into the middle sections of baskets. You can place spoons among the other cutlery sets in order to prevent them from sticking to one another. You are recommended to use the cutlery grid in order to obtain the best result. To avoid any possible injuries, always place such long-handle and sharp-pointed items such as serving forks, bread knives etc. with their sharp points facing down or horizontally on the baskets. Top BASKET HEigHT AdjUSTMENT WHiLE iT iS fULL Basket height adjustment mechanism on the top basket of TIPS &...
  • Page 15 LoAdiNg yoUR diSHWASHER UppER cUTLERy BASKET The upper cutlery basket is designed for you to place forks, spoons and knives, long dippers and small items. Because it can easily be taken out of the machine, it allows your dishes to be taken out of the machine along with the basket after washing. The upper cutlery basket is composed of two pieces. If you need to make space for the dishes in the upper basket, you can take out the left or right part of the upper cutlery basket in order to obtain more space. WARNING WARNING Knives and other sharp objects must be placed horizontally in the cutlery basket. LoADING LoADING...
  • Page 16 LoAdiNg yoUR diSHWASHER LoWER BASKET foLdiNg RAcKS Folding racks consisting of four parts that are located on the lower basket of your machine are designed in order to let you place big items easier such as pots, pans, etc. If required, each part can be folded separately, or all of them can be folded and larger spaces can be obtained. You can use folding racks by raising them upwards, or by folding down. ALTERNATE cUTLERy BASKET An alternate cutlery basket has been provided for convenience. The cutlery basket handle is adjustable - position (a) or (b). The basket can be used in the upper or lower dishwasher basket as required. LoADING...
  • Page 17: Alternative Basket Loads

    LoAdiNg yoUR diSHWASHER ALTERNATivE BASKET LoAdS Lower Basket * Illustration only Top Basket TIPS & INFORMATION TIPS AND INFoRMATIoN Examples of incorrect loading LoADING...
  • Page 18: Standard Loading And Test Data

    AS/NzS STANdARd LoAdiNg ANd TEST dATA iNfoRMATioN foR TEST LABoRAToRiES For all the necessary information for performance testing, send an email to dishwasher@standardtest.com In your mail please provide the model number and PNC number (9 digits) that is on the rating plate on the appliance door. LoADING...
  • Page 19: Program Descriptions

    pRogRAM dEScRipTioNS pRogRAM iTEMS NAME of RiNSE fAST 30 TiME SAvE HEAvy AUTo 30-50 AUTo 50-60 AUTo 60-70 pRogRAM WASHiNg 40ºC 50ºC 65ºC 60ºC 30-50ºC 50-60ºC 60-70ºC TEMpERATURE Fresh, Fresh Fresh Baked Fresh Detects contamination level of dishes and TypE of food less dirty, coffee, coffee, on soup, coffee, sets temperature and amount of washing...
  • Page 20: Switching On The Machine And Selecting A Program

    SWiTcHiNg oN THE MAcHiNE ANd SELEcTiNg A pRogRAM SWiTcHiNg oN THE MAcHiNE Press the ON/OFF button You can choose an Select the program suiting your dishes additonal function via the PROGRAM selector button Start the program by pressing the START/PAUSE key pRogRAM foLLoW-Up You can follow the program flow using the program follow-up lamps located on the control panel. Once completed the DRY light will illuminate and the machine will run During the washing cycle silently whilst drying the WASH light is on Once the program is completed the END light comes on Do not open the dishwasher until this light comes on cHANgiNg A pRogRAM If you would like to change programs while a washing program is continuing. Press the PAUSE/START button After the program stops, select the desired program on the PROGRAM select button Press the PAUSE/START button to commence new program SWITCHING oN...
  • Page 21: Changing A Program With Resetting

    cHANgiNg A pRogRAM WiTH RESETTiNg If you would like to cancel a program while a washing program is resumed. Hold START/PAUSE button pressed for approx. 3 sec. until END light blinks After END light starts blinking, the water inside is discharged for approx. 30 sec. Once END light comes on, it means that the cycle has been cancelled SWiTcHiNg THE MAcHiNE off When the END light comes on, switch your Pull the plug out of the outlet. Turn off the water tap machine off by using the POWER On/Off button TIPS & INFORMATION TIPS AND INFoRMATIoN Note: If the machine door is opened during washing or the power is cut off, the machine resumes the program when the door is shut or the power comes back.
  • Page 22: Maintenance And Cleaning

    MAiNTENANcE ANd cLEANiNg Cleaning the machine in regular intervals prolongs the machine’s service life. Oil and lime may accumulate in the machine’s washing section. In case of such accumulation: Fill the detergent compartment with detergent without loading any dishes into the machine, select a program that runs at high temperature, and start the machine. Alternatively, use descaling material available in the market. (Dishwasher cleaners produced by detergent manufacturers.) cLEANiNg THE SEALS iN THE MAcHiNE dooR To clean any accumulated residues in the door seals, wipe the seals regularly by using a dampened cloth. cLEANiNg THE MAcHiNE Clean the filters and spray arms at least once a week. Unplug your machine and turn off its tap before starting the cleaning. Do not use abrasive materials when cleaning your machine. Wipe with a fine cleaning material and a dampened cloth. fiLTERS Check if any food wastes have remained on the coarse and fine filters. If any food wastes are left, remove the filters and clean them thoroughly under the water tap. a. Micro Filter b. Coarse Filter c. Metal/Plastic Filter 1 To remove and clean the filter combination, turn it counter clockwise and take it out by lifting upwards.
  • Page 23: Spray Arms

    MAiNTENANcE ANd cLEANiNg SpRAy ARMS Check whether or not the holes for the upper and lower spray arms are clogged. If there is any clogging, remove the spray arms and clean them under water. You can remove the lower spray arm by pulling it upwards, while the upper spray arm nut can be removed by turning the nut to the left. Be sure that the nut is perfectly tightened when refitting the upper spray arm. HoSE fiLTER The inlet hose filter reduces contamination (sand, clay, rust etc.) that might be occasionally carried in through the main’s water supply or the indoor plumbing, and avoids damage to dishwasher components. Check the filter and the hose from time to time and clean them if necessary. To clean the filter, first turn off your tap and then remove the hose. After removing the filter from the hose, clean it under the tap. Insert the cleaned filter back into its place inside the hose. Refit the hose and check that there are no leaks. MAINTENANCE...
  • Page 24: Failure Codes And What To Do In Case Of Failure

    fAiLURE codES ANd WHAT To do iN cASE of fAiLURE ERRoR codE ERRoR dEScRipTioN coNTRoL Inadequate water supply • Make sure the water tap is open and that main water supply is • Close the water tap, separate the water inlet hose from the tap and clean the filter at the connection end of the hose. • Restart your machine, contact the service centre if the error resumes. Error of continuous water input • Close the tap. • Contact the service centre. The waste water in the machine cannot be • Water drain hose is clogged. discharged • Spigot on sink tap is blocked. • The filters of your machine might be clogged. • Power off your machine and activate the program cancellation command. • Check the drain spigot’s membrane has been removed or blocked. • If the error continues, contact the service centre. Heater error Contact the service centre. Alarm is active against water overflow • Power off your machine and close the tap. • Contact the service centre . Faulty electronic card • Contact the service centre.
  • Page 25: Troubleshooting

    TRoUBLESHooTiNg pRoBLEM SoLUTioN If one of program monitor lights is on • Your machine’s door is open, shut the door. and start/pause light is flashing If the program won’t start • C heck if the plug is connected. • Check your indoor fuses. • Be sure that the water inlet tap is turned on. • Be sure that you have closed the machine door. • Be sure that you switched off the machine by pressing the Power On/Off button. • Be sure that the water inlet filter and the machine filters are not clogged. • First time use: Check if the drain spigot’s membrane has been removed or spigot blocked. If the control lamps won’t go out after a • The Power On/Off button is released yet. wash operation If detergent residues are left in the • Detergent has been added when the detergent compartment was wet. detergent compartment If water is left inside the machine at the • The water drain hose is clogged or twisted. end of the program • The filters are clogged. • The program is not finished yet. If the machine stops during a wash • Power failure. operation • Water inlet failure. • Program can be on standby mode. If shaking and hitting noises are heard • Dishes placed incorrectly. during a wash operation • Spray arm hitting the dishes. If there are partial food wastes left on • Dishes placed incorrectly into the machine, sprayed water did not reach related places. the dishes • Basket overly loaded.
  • Page 26: Notes

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  • Page 27: Warranty

    Warranty FOR SALES IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND APPLIANCE: DISHWASHER This document sets out the terms and conditions of the product You may not make a claim under this warranty unless the defect claimed warranties for Electrolux Appliances. It is an important document. is due to faulty or defective parts or workmanship.
  • Page 28 NEW ZEALAND phone: 09 573 2384 fax: 0800 363 600 email: customercare@electrolux.co.nz web: www.westinghouse.co.nz Top SERvicE Top Service encompasses the after sales service provided by The Electrolux Group to consumers including delivery, home service and spare parts. Westinghouse. We are part of the Electrolux family. Share more of our thinking at www.electrolux.com P/No: 5208 2734 Issue: B © 2013 Electrolux Home Products Pty Ltd ABN 51 004 762 341 WMAN_WSF6608_Oct13...