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Table of contents Safety............................................... 4 General information.......................... 4 Intended use..................................... 4 Restriction on user group................. 4 Safe installation ................................ 5 Safe use ........................................... 6 Damaged appliance......................... 8 Risk to children ................................ 9 Preventing material damage ........ 11 Safe installation .............................. 11 Safe use ......................................... 11 Environmental protection and saving energy................................ 12 Disposing of packaging ................. 12 Saving energy................................. 12 AquaSensor.................................... 12 Installation and connection.......... 12 Scope of supply ............................. 12 Installing and connecting the ap pliance............................................ 13 Drainage connection ...................... 13 Drinking water connection ............. 13 Electrical connection ...................... 14 Familiarising yourself with your appliance............................... 15 Appliance ....................................... 15 Controls .......................................... 16 Programmes.................................. 18 Information for test institutes .......... 19 Favourite .................................... 19 Additional functions ..................... 20 Features......................................... 20 Top basket...................................... 21 Bottom basket ................................ 21 Cutlery drawer ................................ 22 Etagere ........................................... 22 Folding prongs ............................... 22 Basket heights................................ 23 Before using for the first time ...... 23 Performing the initial configura tion.................................................. 23 Water softening system................ 24 Overview of water hardness set tings................................................ 24 Setting the water softening sys tem ................................................. 24 Special salt..................................... 24 Switching off the water softening system ............................................ 25 Regeneration of the water softening system ............................ 26 Rinse aid system........................... 26 Rinse aid ........................................ 26 Setting the amount of rinse aid...... 27 Switching the rinse aid system off ................................................... 27 Detergent....................................... 27 Suitable detergents ........................ 27 Unsuitable detergents .................... 28 Information on detergents .............. 29 Adding detergent ........................... 29 Tableware ...................................... 30 Damage to glass and tableware.... 30 Arrange tableware.......................... 30 Removing tableware....................... 31 Basic operation ............................. 31 Opening appliance door ................ 31 Switching on the appliance............ 32 Setting a programme ..................... 32 Setting additional functions ............ 32 Setting timer programming ............ 32 Starting the programme ................. 32 Interrupting programme ................. 32

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Terminate programme.................... 33 Switching off appliance .................. 33 Basic settings................................ 34 Overview of basic settings ............. 34 Changing basic settings................. 35 Home Connect .............................. 36 Home Connect quick start ............. 36 Home Connect settings.................. 37 Remote Start ............................... 37 Remote Diagnostics ...................... 37 Software update ............................. 37 Data protection............................... 37 Declaration of Conformity............... 38 Cleaning and servicing................. 38 Cleaning the tub............................. 38 Cleaning products .......................... 38 Tips on appliance care................... 38 Machine Care ............................. 39 Filter system ................................... 40 Cleaning spray arms ...................... 41 Troubleshooting............................ 42 Error code / Fault display / Sig nal................................................... 42 Washing results.............................. 44 Home Connect problem................. 50 Information on display panel.......... 51 Malfunctions ................................... 51 Mechanical damage....................... 52 Noise .............................................. 53 Clean wastewater pump................. 54 Transportation, storage and disposal ......................................... 54 Removing the appliance ................ 54 Protect appliance from frost........... 55 Transporting the appliance ............ 55 Disposing of old appliance ............ 55 Customer Service.......................... 55 Product number (E-Nr.), produc tion number (FD) and consecut ive numbering (Z-Nr.) ..................... 56 AQUA-STOP guarantee.................. 56 Technical specifications............... 57 Information regarding Free and Open Source Software................... 57

3 en Safety Safety Please read the safety information to ensure that you use the ap pliance safely. General information You can find general information for this instruction manual here. ◼ Read this instruction manual carefully. Only this will ensure you use the appliance safely and efficiently. ◼ This manual is intended for the user of the appliance. ◼ Follow the safety instructions and warnings. ◼ Keep the instruction manual and the product information safe for future reference or for the next owner. ◼ Check the appliance after unpacking it. Do not connect the ap pliance if it has been damaged in transit. Intended use Read the information on intended use to ensure that you use the appliance correctly and safely. Only use this appliance: ◼ As specified in this instruction manual. ◼ For cleaning household tableware. ◼ In private households and in enclosed spaces in a domestic en vironment. ◼ Up to an altitude of max. 4000 m above sea level. Restriction on user group Avoid risks to children and vulnerable persons. This appliance may be used by children aged 8 or over and by people who have reduced physical, sensory or mental abilities or inadequate experience and/or knowledge, provided that they are supervised or have been instructed on how to use the appliance safely and have understood the resulting dangers. Children must not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance must not be performed by chil dren unless they are being supervised. 4 Safety en Keep children under the age of 8 years away from the appliance and power cable. Safe installation Follow these safety instructions when installing the appliance. WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! Improper installation may cause injury. ▶ When installing and connecting the appliance, follow the in structions in the manual and installation instructions. WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock! ◼ Improper installation is dangerous. ▶ Connect and operate the appliance only in accordance with the specifications on the rating plate. ▶ Connect the appliance to a power supply with alternating current only via a properly installed socket with earthing. ▶ The protective conductor system of the domestic electrical installation must be properly installed. ▶ Never equip the appliance with an external switching device, e.g. a timer or remote control. ▶ When the appliance is installed, the mains plug of the power cord must be freely accessible. If free access is not possible, an all-pole isolating switch must be installed in the permanent electrical installation according to the installation regulations. ▶ When installing the appliance, check that the power cable is not trapped or damaged. ◼ Cutting through the supply hose or immersing the Aqua-Stop valve in water is dangerous. ▶ Never immerse the plastic housing in water. The plastic housing on the supply hose contains an electric valve. ▶ Never cut through the supply hose. The supply hose con tains electric power cables. 5 en Safety WARNING ‒ Risk of fire! It is dangerous to use an extended power cord and non-ap proved adapters. ▶ Do not use extension cables or multiple socket strips. ▶ If the power cord is too short, contact Customer Service. ▶ Only use adapters approved by the manufacturer. WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! Hinges move when opening and closing the appliance door and can cause injury. ▶ If built-under or integrable appliances are not in a cavity so that one side is accessible, the hinge area must be covered at the side. Covers are available from Customer Service or specialist outlets. WARNING ‒ Risk of tipping! Improper installation may cause the appliance to tip up. ▶ Only install built-under or integrable appliances under a continuous worktop that is securely connected to adjacent cabinets. Safe use Follow these safety instructions when using the appliance. WARNING ‒ Risk of serious harm to health! Failure to comply with safety instructions and directions for use on packagings of detergent and rinse aid products may cause serious harm to health. ▶ Follow the safety instructions and directions for use on the packagings of detergent and rinse aid products. WARNING ‒ Risk of explosion! ◼ Adding solvents to the interior of the appliance may cause ex plosions. ▶ Never add solvents to the interior of the appliance. 6 Safety en ◼ Highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic cleaning agents in con junction with aluminium parts in the interior of the appliance may cause explosions. ▶ Never use highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic cleaning agents, in particular commercial or industrial products, in conjunction with aluminium parts (e.g. grease filters of ex tractor hoods or aluminium pans), e.g. for the Machine Care programme. WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! ◼ Leaving the appliance door open may result in injury. ▶ Only open the appliance door to load or unload tableware in order to prevent accidents, e.g. through tripping. ▶ Do not sit or stand on the appliance door when open. ◼ Knives and utensils with sharp points can cause injuries. ▶ Arrange knives and utensils with sharp points in the cutlery basket with the points downwards, on the knife shelf or in the cutlery drawer. WARNING ‒ Risk of scalding! If you open the appliance door while the programme is run ning, hot water may splash out of the appliance. ▶ Open the appliance door carefully if the programme is still running. WARNING ‒ Risk of tipping! Overfilling the Baskets may cause the appliance to tip up. ▶ Never overfill the Baskets with free-standing appliances. WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock! ◼ An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. ▶ Only use the appliance in enclosed spaces. ▶ Never expose the appliance to intense heat or humidity. ▶ Do not use steam- or high-pressure cleaners to clean the appliance. 7 en Safety ◼ If the insulation of the power cord is damaged, this is danger ous. ▶ Never let the power cord come into contact with hot appli ance parts or heat sources. ▶ Never let the power cord come into contact with sharp points or edges. ▶ Never kink, crush or modify the power cord. Damaged appliance Follow the safety instructions if the appliance is damaged. WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock! ◼ If the appliance or the power cord is damaged, this is danger ous. ▶ Never operate a damaged appliance. ▶ Never operate an appliance with a cracked or fractured sur face. ▶ Never pull on the power cord to unplug the appliance. Al ways unplug the appliance at the mains. ▶ If the appliance or the power cord is damaged, immediately unplug the power cord or switch off the fuse in the fuse box and turn off the water tap. ▶ "Call Customer Service." → Page 55 ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff. ◼ Incorrect repairs are dangerous. ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff. ▶ Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance. ▶ If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced with a special connection cable, which is available from the manufacturer or his Customer Service. 8 Safety en Risk to children Follow the safety instructions if there are children in your home. WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation! ◼ Children may put packaging material over their heads or wrap themselves up in it and suffocate. ▶ Keep packaging material away from children. ▶ Do not let children play with packaging material. ◼ Children may breathe in or swallow small parts, causing them to suffocate. ▶ Keep small parts away from children. ▶ Do not let children play with small parts. WARNING ‒ Risk of harm to health! Children can lock themselves in the appliance, thereby putting their lives at risk. ▶ With redundant appliances, unplug the power cord. Then cut through the cord and damage the lock on the appliance door beyond repair so that the appliance door will no longer close. WARNING ‒ Risk of crushing! With higher-level appliances, children can become crushed between the appliance door and cabinet doors underneath. ▶ Keep an eye on children when opening and closing the ap pliance door. WARNING ‒ Risk of chemical burns! Rinse aid and detergent may cause chemical burns to the mouth, throat and eyes. ▶ Keep children away from detergent and rinse aid products. ▶ Keep children away from the appliance when open. The wa ter in the interior of the dishwasher is not drinking water. It may contain residues of detergents and rinse aid. 9 en Safety WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! Children may get their fingers caught in the slots of the tablet collecting tray and injure themselves. ▶ Keep children away from the appliance when open. WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation! Children may become trapped in the appliance and suffocate. ▶ Use the childproof lock if fitted. ▶ Never let children play with or operate the appliance. 10 Preventing material damage en

Preventing material damagePreventing material dam age Preventing material damageFollow these instructions to prevent material damage to your appliance, accessories or other objects in your kitchen. Safe installation Follow the instructions when installing the appliance. ATTENTION! ◼ Improper installation of the appli ance may cause damage. ▶ If the dishwasher is installed above or below other domestic appliances, follow the informa tion on installation in combina tion with a dishwasher in the in stallation instructions for the in dividual appliances. ▶ If there is no information or if the installation instructions do not in clude the relevant information, contact the manufacturer of these appliances to check that the dishwasher can be installed above or below these appli ances. ▶ If no information is available from the manufacturer, the dish washer should not be installed above or below such appli ances. ▶ To ensure the safe operation of all domestic appliances, con tinue following the installation in structions for the dishwasher. ▶ Do not install the dishwasher un der a hob. ▶ Do not install the dishwasher near heat sources, e.g. radiat ors, heat storage tanks, ovens or other appliances that gener ate heat. ◼ Modified or damaged water hoses may result in material damage and damage to the appliance. ▶ Never kink, crush, modify or cut through water hoses. ▶ Only use the water hoses sup plied with the appliance or genu ine spare hoses. ▶ Never re-use water hoses that have been used before. ◼ If the water pressure is too high or too low, this may impair function ing of the appliance. ▶ Make sure that the water pres sure in the water supply system is min. 50 kPa (0,5 bar) and max. 1000 kPa (10 bar). ▶ If the water pressure exceeds the maximum value specified, a pressure-reducing valve must be installed between the drinking water connection and the hose set of the appliance. Safe use Follow the instructions when using the appliance. ATTENTION! ◼ Escaping water vapour can dam age fitted units. ▶ When the programme ends, leave the appliance to cool down for a while before opening the door. ◼ Special salt can damage the tub due to corrosion. ▶ To make sure that any special salt that escapes is washed out of the tub, add the special salt to the dispenser for special salt immediately before the pro gramme starts. ◼ Detergent may damage the water softening system. ▶ Only fill the dispenser of the wa ter softening system with special dishwasher salt.

11 en Environmental protection and saving energy

◼ Unsuitable cleaning agents may damage the appliance. ▶ Do not use a steam cleaner. ▶ So as not to scratch the finish on the appliance, do not use sponges with a rough surface or abrasive cleaning agents. ▶ To prevent corrosion, do not use sponge cloths on dishwashers with a stainless steel front or rinse such cloths thoroughly several times before using them for the first time. Environmental protection and saving energyEnvironmental protection and saving energy Environmental protection and saving energyHelp protect the environment by us ing your appliance in a way that con serves resources and by disposing of reusable materials properly. Disposing of packaging The packaging materials are environ mentally compatible and can be re cycled. ▶ Sort the individual components by type and dispose of them separ ately. Information about current disposal methods are available from your specialist dealer or local authority. Saving energy If you follow these instructions, your appliance will use less electricity and less water. Use the Eco 50 ° programme. The Eco 50 ° programme is en ergy-efficient and environmentally friendly. → "Programmes", Page 18 AquaSensor The AquaSensor is an optical meas uring device (light barrier) which measures the turbidity of the rinsing water. You can save water with the AquaSensor. Use of the AquaSensor depends on the programme. If the soiling level is high, the rinsing water is drained off and replaced with fresh water. If the soiling level is lower, the rinsing wa ter is used in the next wash cycle, so reducing water consumption by 3-6 litres. In the automatic programmes the temperature and run time are ad ditionally adjusted to the level of soil ing. Installation and connectionInstallation and connec tion Installation and connectionTo ensure proper operation, connect the appliance to the power and water supply correctly. Observe the spe cified criteria and the installation in structions. Scope of supply After unpacking all parts, check for any damage in transit and complete ness of the delivery. If you have any complaints, contact the dealer who sold you the appli ance or our Customer Service. Note: The appliance was tested at the factory to check it is in working order. It is possible that water has left marks on the appliance. These marks will disappear after the first wash cycle. The delivery consists of the following: ◼ Dishwasher ◼ Operating instructions ◼ Installation Instructions

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◼ Warranty ◼ Installation material ◼ Steam guard plate ◼ Mains cable ◼ Quick reference guide Installing and connecting the appliance You can position your built-under or integrable appliance in a fitted kit chen between wooden and plastic walls. If you subsequently install your dishwasher as a free-standing appli ance, you must stop it from tipping over, e.g. by screwing it to the wall or installing it under a continuous work top that is securely connected to ad jacent cabinets. 1. "Follow the safety instructions." → Page 4 2. "Follow the instructions for elec trical connection." → Page 14 3. Check the Scope of supply and the condition of the appliance. 4. Consult the installation instructions for the installation dimensions re quired. 5. Make the appliance level using the height-adjustable feet. Make sure that the appliance is standing on the floor securely. 6. "Install the drainage connection." → Page 13 7. "Install the drinking water connec tion." → Page 13 8. Connect the appliance to the power supply. Drainage connection Connect your appliance to drainage connection so dirty water is dis charged via the wash cycle. Installing the drainage connection 1. Consult the installation instructions supplied for the steps required here. 2. Connect the wastewater hose to the outlet connection of the siphon using the enclosed parts. 3. When doing so, check that the wastewater hose is not kinked, crushed or twisted. 4. Also check that there is no cover in the drainage system preventing the wastewater from being dis charged. Drinking water connection Connect your appliance to a drinking water connection. Installing the drinking water connection Note: If you are replacing the appli ance, you must use a new water sup ply hose. 1. Consult the installation instructions supplied for the steps required here. 2. Connect the appliance to the drink ing water connection using the en closed parts. Observe the "Technical data" → Page 57. 3. When doing so, check that the drinking water connection is not kinked, crushed or twisted.

13 en Installation and connection Electrical connection Connect your appliance to the power supply. Connecting the appliance to the electricity supply Notes ◼ Follow the "Safety instructions" → Page 5. ◼ Connect the appliance to alternat ing current only, in the range of 220 - 240 V and 50 Hz or 60 Hz. ◼ Please note that the water safety system is only functional if there is a power supply. 1. Insert the non-heating appliance plug of the power cable into the appliance. 2. Insert the mains plug of the appli ance into a nearby socket. The connection data for the appli ance can be found on the rating plate. 3. Check that the mains plug is inser ted properly. 14 Familiarising yourself with your appliance en Familiarising yourself with your applianceFamiliarising yourself with your appliance Familiarising yourself with your applianceFamiliarise yourself with the parts of your appliance. Appliance You can find an overview of the parts of your appliance here. 89 7 6 10 5 4 11 3 12 2 1 1Rating plate Rating plate with "E number and FD number" → Page 56. The data you need for "Customer Service" → Page 55. 1Depending on the appliance specifications 15 en Familiarising yourself with your appliance 2Detergent dispenser "Detergent" → Page 27 is added to the detergent dispenser. 3Bottom basket "Bottom basket" → Page 21 4Dispenser for special salt Add the special salt to the dispenser for special salt. → "Water softening system", Page 24 5Lower spray arm The lower spray arm washes the tableware in the bot tom basket. If the tableware has not been washed properly, clean the spray arms. → "Cleaning spray arms", Page 41 6Tablet collecting tray During the wash cycle tablets automatically fall out of the detergent dispenser into the tablet collecting tray where they can fully dissolve. 7Top basket Top basket 8Cutlery drawer "Cutlery drawer" → Page 22 9Cutlery shelf1"Cutlery shelf" → Page 22 10Upper spray arm The upper spray arm washes the tableware in the top basket. If the tableware has not been washed properly, clean the spray arms. → "Cleaning spray arms", Page 41 11Filter system "Filter system" → Page 40 12Dispenser for rinse aid Add rinse aid to the dispenser for rinse aid. → "Rinse aid system", Page 26 1Depending on the appliance specifications Controls The controls are used to configure all functions of your appliance and to obtain information about the operating status. With some buttons you can perform different functions. 16 Familiarising yourself with your appliance en 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 13 12 11 10 9 1ON/OFF button and reset button "Switching on the appliance" → Page 32 "Switching off the appliance" → Page 33 "Terminating the programme" → Page 33 2Programme buttons "Programmes" → Page 18 3Special salt refill indicator "Water softening system" → Page 24 4Rinse aid refill indicator "Rinse aid system" → Page 26 5WLAN display "Home Connect" → Page 36 6Water supply display Display for water supply

7Programme buttons and additional functions "Programmes" → Page 18 "Additional functions" → Page 20

8Start button "Starting the programme" → Page 32 9 button If you press for approx. 3 seconds, you can open the basic settings. 10Remote Start → "Remote Start ", Page 37 11Timer programming "Setting timer programming" → Page 32 12Door opener1"Opening the appliance door" → Page 31 13Display The display shows information about the remain ing running time or the basic settings. You can change the basic settings via the display and the setting buttons. 1Depending on the appliance specifications 17 en Programmes

ProgrammesProgrammes You can find an overview of the pro Programmes grammes that can be selected here. Different programmes, which can be found on the control panel of your appliance, are available depending on the appliance configuration. The running time may vary depend ing on the programme selected. The running time depends on the water temperature, the quantity of table ware, the level of soiling and the "Ad ditional function" → Page 20 selec ted. The running time will change if the rinse aid system is switched off or rinse aid needs to be added. The consumption values can be found in the quick reference guide. The consumption values relate to normal conditions and a water hard ness of 16 - 20°°E. Different influen cing factors such as water temperat ure or pipe pressure may result in deviations.

Programme Use Programme sequence Additional func tions

Intensive 70° Auto 45-65° Eco 50° Tableware: ◼ Washing pots and pans, non-fragile tableware and cutlery. Level of soiling: ◼ Removing stubborn burned or dried-on food remnants containing starch and protein. Tableware: ◼ Cleaning mixed table ware and cutlery. Level of soiling: ◼ Removing common household food remnants lightly dried-on. Tableware: ◼ Cleaning mixed table ware and cutlery. Level of soiling: ◼ Removing common household food remnants lightly dried-on. Intensive: ◼ Pre-Rinse ◼ Cleaning 70 °C ◼ Intermediate rinse ◼ Final rinse 69 °C ◼ Drying Sensor-controlled: ◼ Optimised by sensors de pending on the soiling of the rinsing water. Most economical pro gramme: ◼ Pre-Rinse ◼ Cleaning 50 °C ◼ Intermediate rinse ◼ Final rinse 61 °C ◼ Drying All → "Additional functions", Page 20 All → "Additional functions", Page 20 All → "Additional functions", Page 20

18 Programmes en Programme Use Programme sequence Additional func tions

Glass 40° Express 65° - 1h Tableware: ◼ Cleaning delicate table ware, cutlery, temperat ure-sensitive plastics, glasses and stemware in the stemware basket. Level of soiling: ◼ Removing lightly adher ing fresh food remnants. Tableware: ◼ Cleaning mixed table ware and cutlery. Level of soiling: ◼ Removing common household food remnants lightly dried-on. Particularly gentle: ◼ Pre-Rinse ◼ Cleaning 40 °C ◼ Intermediate rinse ◼ Final rinse 60 °C ◼ Drying Time-optimised: ◼ Cleaning 65 °C ◼ Intermediate rinse ◼ Final rinse 69 °C ◼ Drying ExtraDry SpeedPerfect+ → "Additional functions", Page 20 ExtraDry → "Additional functions", Page 20

Machine Care Only when using unloaded appliance. Machine Care 70 °C None

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Note: The relatively long running time in the Eco 50 ° programme is due to longer soaking and drying times. This results in optimal consumption val ues. Information for test institutes Test institutes are provided with in formation for comparability tests, e.g. according to EN60436. These are the conditions for conduct ing the tests, however they are not the results or consumption values. E-mail enquiries to: dishwasher@test appliances.com The product number (E-Nr.) and the production number (FD) are required here. They can be found on the rat ing plate on the appliance door. Favourite You can save a combination of a pro gramme and an additional function to the button. You can save the program via the Home Connect app or on the appli ance. The pre-rinse program is saved to this button at the factory. Pre-rinse is suitable for all types of tableware. The tableware undergoes intermedi ate cleaning via cold rinsing. Tip: You can use the Home Connect app to download additional pro grammes and save them to the button.1 Save Favourite on the appliance. 1. Open the appliance door.

1Depending on the appliance specifications 19 en Additional functions

2. Press . 3. Press the right programme button. → "Programmes", Page 18 4. Press the button for the relevant additional function. → "Additional functions", Page 20 5. Press for approx. 3 seconds. a The selected programme and the additional function will flash. a flashes. a The programme and the additional function are saved. Tip: To reset the programme, either use the Home Connect app or reset your appliance back to the factory settings. → "Overview of basic settings", Page 34 Additional functionsAdditional functions You can find an overview of the addi Additional functions tional functions that can be selected here. Different additional functions, which can be found on the control panel of your appliance, are available depending on the appliance configur ation. Additional func tion Hygiene+ ExtraDry Use ◼ To ensure a higher hy giene status for the ap pliance and tableware, the temperature is raised and maintained for an extra-long period. ◼ Especially suitable for cleaning chopping boards or baby bottles. ◼ Continuous use of this function increases the hygiene status. ◼ This will increase the run time and energy consumption. ◼ For a better drying res ult the final rinse tem perature is increased and the drying phase extended. ◼ Especially suitable for drying plastic parts. ◼ There is a slight in crease in energy con sumption and the run time is extended. Additional func tion SpeedPerfect+ Use ◼ The run time is shortened by 15% to 75% depending on the rinse programme. ◼ Energy and water con sumption are increased. FeaturesFeatures You can find an overview of the pos Features sible features of your appliance and how to use them here. These features depend on the model of your appliance.

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Top basket Arrange cups and glasses in the top basket. You can adjust the height of the top basket to make room for larger items of tableware. Adjusting top basket with side levers To wash large items of tableware in the baskets, adjust the shelf position of the top basket. 1. Pull out the top basket. 2. To prevent the basket from sud denly dropping down, hold the side of the basket by the top edge. 3. Press in the levers on the right and left on the outside of the basket. The basket can then slip down slightly. 4. Raise or lower the basket evenly to the right level. → "Basket heights", Page 23 Check that the basket is level on both sides. 5. Slide the basket back in. Bottom basket Arrange pans and plates in the bot tom basket. Large plates up to a diameter of 31 cm can be arranged in the bottom basket as shown.

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Cutlery drawer Arrange cutlery in the cutlery drawer. Arrange cutlery with the points and sharp edges downwards. Etagere Use the cutlery shelf and space un derneath for small cups and glasses or for large items of cutlery, e.g. cooking spoons or serving cutlery. If you do not need the cutlery shelf, you can fold it up. Folding prongs Use the folding prongs to position tableware securely, e.g. plates. You can fold the prongs down to po sition pans, bowls and glasses better.1 Folding down prongs1 If you do not need the prongs, fold them down.

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1. Push the lever forwards and fold down the prongs . 1 2 Basket heights Set the baskets at the right height. 2. To use the prongs again, fold them back up. a The prongs audibly click into posi tion.

Appliance height 81.5 cm with cutlery drawer Setting Top basket Bottom basket 1 max. ø 16 cm 31 cm 2 max. ø 18.5 cm 27.5 cm 3 max. ø 21 cm 25 cm

Before using for the first timeBefore using for the first time Before using for the first timeConfigure the settings for initial start up. Performing the initial config uration On initial start-up or after a reset to the factory settings, you will need to make settings. Tip: Connect your appliance to a mo bile device. You can conveniently change all settings via the Home Connect app. → "Home Connect quick start", Page 36 Requirement: "The appliance has been installed and connected." → Page 12 1. "Add special salt." → Page 24 2. "Add rinse aid." → Page 26 3. "Switch on the appliance." → Page 32 4. "Setting the water softening sys tem." → Page 24 5. "Set the amount of rinse aid to be dispensed." → Page 27 Tip: You can change these settings and other "Basic settings" → Page 34 at any time.

23 en Water softening system

Water softening systemWater softening system Water softening systemHard water leaves limescale on the tableware as well as the washing tank and parts of the appliance may become blocked. To ensure good dishwashing results, you can treat the water with special salt and the water softening system. To avoid damage to the appliance, water with a hardness above 9 °E must be softened.

Overview of water hardness settings You can find an overview of the water hardness values that can be selected here. You can find out how hard your water is from your local water company or by using a water hardness tester. Water hardness °E Hardness range mmol/l Setting value 0 - 8 Soft 0 - 1.1 H00 9 - 10 Soft 1.2 - 1.4 H01 11 - 12 Medium 1.5 - 1.8 H02 13 - 15 Medium 1.9 - 2.1 H03 16 - 20 Medium 2.2 - 2.9 H04 21 - 26 Hard 3.0 - 3.7 H05 27 - 38 Hard 3.8 - 5.4 H06 39 - 62 Hard 5.5 - 8.9 H07

Note: Set the water hardness determ ined on your appliance. → "Setting the water softening sys tem", Page 24 With a water hardness of 0 - 8 °E you can dispense with special salt and switch off the water softening system. → "Switching off the water softening system", Page 25 Setting the water softening system Set the water hardness on your appli ance. 1. Determine the water hardness and the appropriate setting value. → "Overview of water hardness set tings", Page 24 2. Press . 3. To open the basic settings, press for 3 seconds. a The display shows Hxx. a The display shows . 4. Press repeatedly until the right water hardness has been set. The value H04 is set at the factory. 5. To save the settings, press for 3 seconds. Special salt You can use special salt to soften water. Adding special salt If the special salt refill indicator lights up, add special salt to the dispenser for special salt just before the pro gramme starts. The amount of spe cial salt required depends on the wa-

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ter hardness: the higher the water hardness, the greater the amount of special salt required. ATTENTION! ◼ Detergent may damage the water softening system. ▶ Only fill the dispenser of the wa ter softening system with special dishwasher salt. ◼ Special salt can damage the tub due to corrosion. ▶ To make sure that any special salt that escapes is washed out of the tub, add the special salt to the dispenser for special salt immediately before the pro gramme starts. 1. Unscrew the lid of the dispenser for special salt and remove. 2. On initial start-up: Fill the dispenser right up with water. 3. Note: Only use special salt for dishwashers. Do not use salt tablets. Do not use table salt. Add the special salt to the dis penser. a Funnel 1 Fill the dispenser right up with spe cial salt. The water in the dis penser is displaced and forced out. 4. Place the lid back on the dis penser and turn to close. Switching off the water softening system If you find the special salt refill indic ator irritating, e.g. when using com bined detergents with salt replace ment substances, you can switch the salt refill indicator off. Note To avoid damage to the appliance, only switch off the water softening system in the following cases: ◼ The water hardness is max. 26 °E and you are using combined deter gents with salt replacement sub stances. According to manufactur ers, combined detergents with salt replacement substances can gen erally only be used up to a water hardness of 26 °E without adding special salt. ◼ The water hardness is 0 - 8 °E. You do not need to use special salt. 1. Press . 2. To open the basic settings, press for 3 seconds. a The display shows Hxx. a The display shows . 3. Press repeatedly until the dis play shows H00. 4. To save the settings, press for 3 seconds. a The water softening system is switched off and the salt refill indic ator is deactivated.

1Depending on the appliance specifications 25 en Rinse aid system

Regeneration of the water softening system In order to obtain fault-free function of the water softening system, the appli ance performs regeneration of the water softening system at regular in tervals. Regeneration of the water softening system takes place before the end of the main rinse cycle in all pro grammes. It will increase the run time and consumption values, e.g. water and electricity. Overview of consumption values with regeneration the water softening system Here you can find an overview of the maximum additional run time and consumption values during regenera tion of the water softening system. Rinse aid systemRinse aid system You can use the rinse aid system Rinse aid system and rinse aid to get tableware and glasses rinsed perfectly without marks. Rinse aid For optimum drying results, use rinse aid. Only use rinse aid for domestic dish washers. Adding rinse aid If the rinse aid refill indicator lights up, top up with rinse aid. Only use rinse aid for domestic dishwashers. 1. Press the catch on the lid of the dispenser for rinse aid and lift .

Regeneration of the water softening 6 system after x rinse cycles 2 Additional run time in minutes 7

Additional water consumption in litres Additional power consumption in kWh 5 0.05

The consumption values specified are laboratory measurements determ ined in accordance with the currently applicable standard and using the Eco 50° programme and the factory value of the water hardness is set to 16 - 20°E. 1 2. Add rinse aid up to the max mark. max 3. If rinse aid spills out, remove it from the tub.

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Spilled rinse aid can cause ex cessive frothing during the wash cycle. 4. Close the lid of the dispenser for rinse aid. a The lid clicks into position. Setting the amount of rinse aid If there are streaks or water marks on tableware, change the amount of rinse aid. 1. Press . 2. To open the basic settings, press for 3 seconds. a The display shows Hxx. a The display shows . 3. Press repeatedly until the display shows the value set at the factory r05. 4. Press repeatedly until the right amount of rinse aid has been set. – A low setting adds less rinse aid during the wash cycle and re duces streaking on tableware. – A higher setting adds more rinse aid during the wash cycle, reduces water marks and im proves the drying result. 5. To save the settings, press for 3 seconds. Switching the rinse aid sys tem off If you find the rinse aid refill indicator irritating, e.g. when using combined detergents with a rinse aid compon ent, you can switch the rinse aid sys tem off. Tip: The function of rinse aid is lim ited with combined detergents. You will generally get better results using rinse aid. 1. Press . 2. To open the basic settings, press for 3 seconds. a The display shows Hxx. a The display shows . 3. Press repeatedly until the display shows the value set at the factory r05. 4. Press repeatedly until the dis play shows r00. 5. To save the settings, press for 3 seconds. a The rinse aid system is switched off and the rinse aid refill indicator is deactivated. DetergentDetergent DetergentFind out which detergents are suit able for your appliance. Suitable detergents Only use detergents that are suitable for dishwashers. Both separate and combined detergents are suitable. For optimum washing and drying res ults, use separate detergent, adding "Special salt" → Page 24 and "Rinse aid" → Page 26 separately. Modern, powerful detergents mainly use a low-alkaline formulation with enzymes. Enzymes break down starch and remove protein. Oxygen based bleaching agents are generally used to remove coloured marks, e.g. tea or ketchup. Note: Follow the manufacturer's in structions for each detergent.

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Detergent Description Tabs Tabs are suitable for all cleaning functions and do not need to be measured out. With shorter "Pro grammes" → Page 18 tabs sometimes do not dissolve entirely and leave residues of detergent. This may im pair the cleaning effect. With powder and liquid detergent the dosage can be individually adjusted to the level of soiling of the table ware. For better washing and drying results and to avoid damage to the appli ance, please additionally use "Spe cial salt" → Page 24 and "Rinse aid" → Page 26. Combined detergent Besides conventional separate deter

Powder deter gent Powder detergent is re commended for shorter "Programmes" → Page 18. The dosage can be adjus ted to the level of soiling. gents, a number of products are available with additional functions. These products contain not only de tergent but also rinse aid and salt re placement substances (3in1) and,

Liquid detergent Liquid detergent works faster and is recommen ded for shorter "Pro grammes" → Page 18 without PreRinse. Sometimes liquid deter gent may leak out despite the detergent dispenser being closed. This is not a fault and is non-critical if you remember the follow ing: ◼ Only choose a pro gramme without PreR inse. ◼ Do not select timer pro gramming for starting the programme. The dosage can be adjus ted to the level of soiling. Tip: Suitable detergents are available online via our website or from "Cus tomer Service" → Page 55. depending on the combination (4in1, 5in1, ...), additional components such as glass protection or stainless steel cleaner. According to manufacturers, com bined detergents generally only func tion up to a water hardness of 26 °E. With a water hardness above 26 °E you will need to add special salt and rinse aid. For the best washing and drying results we recommend using special salt and rinse aid from a water hardness of 17 °E. If you are using combined detergent, the wash ing programme is adjusted automat ically to ensure the best possible washing and drying result. Unsuitable detergents Do not use detergent which could cause damage to the appliance or present a risk to health. Detergent Description

Separate detergents Separate detergents are products that do not contain components other than detergent, e.g. powder deter gent or liquid detergent. Hand washing-up liquid Hand washing-up liquid can cause increased froth ing and damage the appli ance.

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Detergent Description 2. Add the detergent to the dry deter

Detergent con taining chlorine Chlorine residue on table ware may present a risk to health. gent dispenser. 50 ml 25 ml

Information on detergents Follow the instructions on detergents in everyday use. ◼ Detergents marked as "organic" or "ecological" (environmentally friendly) generally contain lower levels of active agents or com pletely dispense with certain sub stances. The cleaning effect may be restricted here. ◼ Set the rinse aid and the water softening system to the separate detergent or combined detergent in use. ◼ According to manufacturers, com bined detergents with salt replace ment substances can only be used up to a certain water hardness, usually 26 °E, without adding spe cial salt. For the best washing and drying results we recommend us ing special salt from a water hard ness of 17 °E. ◼ To prevent sticking, only touch de tergents in a water-soluble pouch with dry hands and only ever place them in a dry detergent dispenser. ◼ Even if the rinse aid and special salt refill indicators light up, wash ing programmes will run properly with combined detergents. ◼ The function of rinse aid is limited with combined detergents. You will generally get better results using rinse aid. ◼ Use tablets with a special drying performance. Adding detergent 1. To open the detergent dispenser, press the locking latch. 15 ml If you are using tablets, one is enough. Insert the tablets in a hori zontal position. If you are using powder or liquid detergent, follow the manufac turer's instructions and quantities for dosage in the detergent dis penser. 20 ml – 25 ml detergent is suffi cient for normal soiling. If table ware is only lightly soiled, slightly less than the amount of detergent specified is usually sufficient. 3. Close the lid of the detergent dis penser. a The lid clicks into position. a The detergent dispenser will open automatically at the optimum time during the programme. Powder or liquid detergent will spread around the washing tank and dissolve there. Tablets will fall into the tablet collecting tray and dissolve in the

29 en Tableware

right dosage. In order to ensure Cause Recommendation

that tablets can dissolve evenly, do not place any other objects in the tablet collecting tray. Tip: If you use powder detergent and select a program with pre-rinse, you can also add a little detergent to the interior door of the appliance. TablewareTableware TablewareOnly clean tableware that is suitable for dishwashers. Note: Decorated glassware and parts made of aluminium or silver may fade or discolour with dishwashing. Delicate types of glass may turn cloudy after a few washing cycles. Damage to glass and table ware Avoid damage to glass and table ware. Cause Recommendation Glass and tableware was not dishwasher safe. The chemical com position of the deter gent causes damage. Highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic clean ing agents, in particu lar commercial or in dustrial cleaning agents, are not suit able for dishwashers in conjunction with aluminium. The water temperat ure of the programme is too high. Only put glasses and china in the dish washer if it is marked as dishwasher-safe by the manufacturer. Use a detergent marked as gentle on tableware by the man ufacturer. If you are using highly caustic alkaline or highly acidic cleaning agents, in particular commercial or indus trial cleaning agents, do not put aluminium parts in the dish washer interior. Select a programme with lower temperat ures. After the programme has ended, take glass ware and cutlery out of the appliance The following table ware is not dish washer-safe: ◼ Items of cutlery and tableware made from wood ◼ Decorated glass ware, antique and hand-crafted table ware ◼ Plastic parts not resistant to heat ◼ Tableware made from copper or tin ◼ Tableware soiled with ash, wax, lub ricating grease or paint ◼ Very small items of tableware Only put tableware in the dishwasher if it is marked as dish washer-safe by the manufacturer. without delay. Arrange tableware Arrange the tableware correctly to optimise the dishwashing result and prevent damage to both the appli ance and tableware. Tips ◼ Using the appliance allows you to save energy and water compared to washing-up by hand. ◼ See our website for examples of how to load your appliance effi ciently, free of charge. ◼ To save energy and water, load the machine with the number of place settings specified. → "Technical specifications", Page 57

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◼ For better washing and drying res ults, position items with curves or recesses at an angle so the water can run off. 1. Remove large remnants of food from your tableware. To save resources, do not pre rinse tableware under running wa ter. 2. Observe the following when arran ging tableware: – Put heavily soiled tableware in the bottom basket, e.g. pans. The more powerful the spray jet, the better the dishwashing result will be. – To prevent damage to table ware, arrange it so it is stable and cannot tip over. – To prevent injury, arrange cut lery with the points and sharp edges downwards. – Position containers with the openings facing down so no wa ter can collect in them. – Do not block the spray arms - make sure that they can turn freely. – Do not place small parts in the tablet collecting tray and do not block it with tableware so as not to obstruct the lid of the deter gent dispenser. Removing tableware WARNING Risk of injury! Hot tableware can cause burns to the skin. When hot, tableware is sensitive to shock, may crack and can result in injury. ▶ When the programme has ended, do not empty the appliance until the tableware has cooled down for a while. 1. To prevent water dripping on the tableware, unload it starting at the bottom and working up. 2. Check the washing tank and ac cessories for soiling and clean if necessary. → "Cleaning and servicing", Page 38 operationBasic operation You can find out everything you need operation to know about operating your appli ance here. Opening appliance door ▶ Open the appliance door.

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Switching on the appliance ▶ Press . The Eco 50° programme is set by default. The Eco 50° programme is an es pecially environmentally friendly programme and ideal for normally soiled tableware. It is the most effi cient programme for the combina tion of energy/water consumption for this type of tableware and evid ences conformity with the EU Eco design Directive. If you do not perform any actions on the appliance for 10 minutes, the appliance will automatically switch off. Setting a programme To adjust the wash cycle to the soil ing level of the tableware, select a suitable programme. ▶ Press the right programme button. → "Programmes", Page 18 a The programme is set and the pro gramme button flashes. a The remaining running time of the programme appears on the dis play. Setting additional functions You can set additional functions to complete the washing programme selected. Note: The additional functions which can be used depend on the pro gramme selected. → "Programmes", Page 18 ▶ Press the button for the relevant additional function. → "Additional functions", Page 20 a The additional function is set and the additional function button flashes. Setting timer programming You can delay the start of the pro gramme by up to 24 hours. 1. Press . a "h:01" appears in the display. 2. Use to set the required start time for the programme. 3. Press . a This activates timer programming. Tip: To deactivate timer program ming, press repeatedly until "h:00" appears in the display. Starting the programme ▶ Press . a The programme has ended when the display shows "0h:00m". Notes ◼ If you want to add more tableware while the appliance is running, do not use the tablet collecting tray as a handle for the top basket. You might touch the partially dissolved tablet. ◼ You can only change a pro gramme when running if you can cel it. → "Terminate programme", Page 33 ◼ The appliance switches off auto matically 1 minute after the end of the programme to save energy. If you open the appliance door im mediately after the programme has ended, the appliance will switch off after 4 seconds. Interrupting programme Note: When you open the appliance door once the appliance has heated up, leave the door slightly ajar for a few minutes and then close it. This

32 Basic operation en will help prevent excess pressure building up in the appliance and stop the appliance door bursting open. 1. Press . a The programme is saved and the appliance switches off. 2. Press to resume the pro gramme. Terminate programme To end a programme early or to switch from a programme that has already started, you will need to can cel it first. 1. Open the appliance door. 2. Press for approx. 4 seconds. 3. Close the appliance door. a All displays light up. a As soon as the displays are off, the display shows "0h:01m" and the residual water is pumped out. a The programme is cancelled and ends after approx. 1 minute. Switching off appliance 1. Please note the information on "Safe use" → Page 11. 2. Press . Tip: If you press during the wash cycle, the programme currently run ning will be interrupted. When you switch the appliance back on, the programme continues automatically. 33 en Basic settings Basic settingsBasic settings You can configure the appliance to meet your needs. Basic settings Overview of basic settings The basic settings depend on the features of your appliance. Basic setting Display text Selection Description Water hardness H04 1H00 - H07 Set the water softening system to your water hardness. → "Setting the water softening sys tem", Page 24 Level H00 switches the water soften ing system off. Rinse aid dispensing r05 1r00 - r06 Set the amount of rinse aid to be dis pensed. → "Setting the amount of rinse aid", Page 27 Switch the rinse aid system off with level r00. Intensive drying d00 1d00 - d01 The temperature is increased during the final rinse, which improves the drying result. This may increase the run time slightly. Note: Not suitable for delicate items of tableware. Switch Extra Dry on "d01" or off "d00". Hot water A00 1A00 - A01 Set cold water or hot water connec tion. Only set the appliance to hot water if this can be prepared with little energy and a suitable installa tion is available, e.g. solar heating system with circulation line. The wa ter temperature should be at least 40 °C and max. 60 °C. Switch hot water on "A01" or off "A00". 1Factory setting (may vary according to model) 34 Basic settings en Basic setting Display text Selection Description InfoLight I01 1I00 - I01 Switch InfoLight on or off. While the programme is running, a spot of light is projected onto the floor below the appliance door. This light will not be visible if the appli ance is installed at eye level with the cabinet front fitted flush. If the appli ance door is not completely closed, the spot of light will flash. The pro gramme has ended when the spot of light is no longer visible on the floor. Level "I00" switches InfoLightoff. Tone volume b02 1b00 - b03 Adjustment of tone volume. Level "b00" switches the signal tone off. Wi-Fi Cn0 1Cn0 - Cn1 Switch the wireless network connec tion on or off. Level "Cn0" switches the wireless network connection off. Remote Start rc11rc0 - rc2 Activate or deactivate → "Remote Start ", Page 37. The following settings are possible: ◼ With the setting "rc0", the func tion is permanently deactivated. ◼ With the setting "rc1", the func tion can be selected via the button. → "Activating Remote Start ", Page 37 ◼ With the setting "rc2", the func tion is permanently activated.

Factory setting rE Start with YES Confirm with 1Factory setting (may vary according to model) Restore changed settings to the fact ory settings. The settings for initial start-up must be configured. Changing basic settings 1. Open the appliance door. 2. Press . 3. To open the basic settings, press for 3 seconds. a The display shows Hxx. a The display shows . 4. Press repeatedly until the display shows the required set ting. 5. Press repeatedly until the dis play shows the right value. You can change several settings.

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6. To save the settings, press for 3 seconds. 7. Close the appliance door. Home ConnectHome Connect Home ConnectThis appliance is network-capable. Connect your appliance to a mobile device to control its functions via the Home Connect app. The Home Connect services are not available in every country. The avail ability of the Home Connect function depends on the availability of Home Connect services in your coun try. You can find information about this at: home-connect.com. To be able to use Home Connect, you must first set up the connection to the WLAN home network (Wi-Fi1) and to the Home Connect app. ◼ → "Connecting the appliance to WLAN home network (Wi-Fi)", Page 36 The Home Connect app guides you through the entire login process. Fol low the instructions in the Home Con nect app to configure the settings. Tips ◼ Please consult the documents sup plied by Home Connect. ◼ Please also follow the instructions in the Home Connect app. Note: Please note the safety precau tions in this instruction manual and make sure that they are also ob served when operating the appliance via the Home Connect app. → "Safety", Page 4 Home Connect quick start Connect your appliance to a mobile device quickly and easily. Installing app 1. Install the Home Connect app on your mobile device. 2. Start the app and set up access for Home Connect. The Home Connect app guides you through the entire login pro cess. Connecting the appliance to WLAN home network (Wi-Fi) Requirements ◼ Home Connect app is installed on your mobile device. ◼ Wi-Fi on the router is activated. ◼ The basic setting Wi-Fi is activated on the appliance. ◼ The appliance receives signals from the WLAN home network (Wi Fi) at its installation location. 1. With the help of the Home Connect App scan the QR code. 2. Follow the instructions in the Home Connect app.

1Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance. 36 Home Connect  en

Home Connect settings Adapt Home Connect to your needs. You can find the Home Connect set tings in the basic settings for your ap pliance. Which settings the display shows will depend on whether Home Connect has been set up and whether the appliance is connected to your home network. Remote Start You can use the Home Connect app to start the appliance with your mo bile device. Tip: If you select "rc2" in the "Basic settings" → Page 35 of this function, the function is permanently activated and you can start your appliance with a mobile device at any time. Activating Remote Start When you have selected "rc1" in the basic settings of this function, activ ate the function on your appliance. Requirements ◼ The appliance is connected to your WLAN home network. ◼ The appliance is connected to the Home Connect app. ◼ "rc1" is selected in the "Basic set tings " → Page 35 of this function. ◼ A programme is selected. ▶ Press . If you open the appliance door, the function is automatically deactiv ated. a button lights up. Tip: To deactivate the function, press . Remote Diagnostics Customer Service can use Remote Diagnostics to access your appliance if you contact them, have your appli ance connected to the Home Con nect server and if Remote Dia gnostics is available in the country in which you are using the appliance. Tip: For further information and de tails about the availability of Remote Diagnostics in your country, please visit the service/support section of your local website: home-con nect.com Software update You can use this function to update the software of your appliance, e.g. for optimisation, troubleshooting or safety-relevant updating. The Home Connect app informs you about available software updates. Data protection Please see the information on data protection. The first time your appliance is registered on a home network connected to the Internet, your appliance will transmit the following types of data to the Home Connect server (initial registration): ◼ Unique appliance identification (consisting of appliance codes as well as the MAC address of the Wi-Fi communication module in stalled). ◼ Security certificate of the Wi-Fi communication module (to ensure a secure data connection). ◼ The current software and hardware version of your appliance. ◼ Status of any previous reset to factory settings. This initial registration prepares the Home Connect functions for use and is only required when you want to use the Home Connect functions for the first time.

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Note: Please note that the Home Connect functions can only be utilised with the Home Connect app. Information on data protection can be retrieved in the Home Connect app. Declaration of Conformity Robert Bosch Hausgeräte GmbH hereby declares that the appliance with Home Connect functionality meets the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Dir ective 2014/53/EU. A detailed RED Declaration of Con formity can be found online at bosch-home.com among the additional documents on the product page for your appliance. 2.4 GHz band: 100 mW max. 5 GHz band: 100 mW max.

BE BG CZ DK DE EE IE EL ES FR HR IT CY LV LT LU HU MT NL AT PL PT RO SI SK FI SE UK NO CH TR 5 GHz WLAN (Wi-Fi): For indoor use only.

Cleaning and servicingCleaning and servicing Cleaning and servicingTo keep your appliance working effi ciently for a long time, it is important to clean and maintain it carefully. Cleaning the tub WARNING Risk of harm to health! Using detergents containing chlorine Cleaning products Only use suitable cleaning products to clean your appliance. → "Safe use", Page 11 Tips on appliance care Follow the tips on appliance care to make sure your appliance functions properly at all times. Action Benefit

may result in harm to health. ▶ Never use detergents containing chlorine. 1. Remove any coarse soiling in the interior with a damp cloth. 2. Add detergent to the detergent dis penser. 3. Select the programme with the highest temperature. → "Programmes", Page 18 4. "Start the programme without tableware." → Page 32 Wipe the door seals, the front of the dish washer and the con trol panel regularly us ing a damp cloth and washing-up liquid. If the appliance is not going to be used for a while, leave the door slightly ajar. This ensures the parts of the appliance will remain clean and hy gienic. This will prevent un pleasant odours.

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Machine Care Deposits, e.g. from remnants of food and limescale, can cause your appli ance to malfunction. To avoid such faults and reduce odours, we recom mend cleaning your appliance at reg ular intervals. Machine Care combined with ma chine care products and machine cleaners is the right programme for the care of your appliance. Tip: You can get our tested and ap proved Dishwasher Care and Ma chine Cleaner for Dishwashers online at bosch-home.com/ store or from customer service. Machine Care is a programme which removes various deposits in one washing cycle. Cleaning takes place in two phases:

Phase Removal of Detergent Placement

1 Grease and limescale Liquid machine care product or machine descaler in powder form. Appliance interior, e.g. bottle hung in the cutlery basket or powder in the interior.

2 Food remnants and deposits Machine cleaner Detergent dispenser

To ensure optimum cleaning perform ance, the programme doses the de tergents independently of each an other during the relevant cleaning phase. Correct placement of the de tergents is necessary here. Run Machine Care without tableware if the indicator for Machine Care lights up on the control panel or if ad vised to do so by the display. The in dicator will go out after you have run Machine Care. If your appliance does not have a reminder function, we re commend performing Machine Care every 2 months. Running Machine Care Run the Machine Care programme if the indicator for Machine Care lights up on the control panel or if advised to do so by the display. Notes ◼ Run the Machine Care programme without any tableware in the dish washer. ◼ Only use machine care products and machine cleaners specially designed for dishwashers. ◼ Make sure that there are no alu minium parts, e.g. extractor hood grease filters or aluminium pans, in the interior of the appliance. ◼ If you have not run Machine Care after 3 washing cycles, the indic ator for Machine Care will go out automatically. ◼ For optimum cleaning perform ance, ensure the correct place ment of cleaners. ◼ Follow the safety instructions given on the packagings of the machine care products and machine clean ers. 1. Remove any coarse soiling in the interior with a damp cloth. 2. Clean the filters. 3. Place the machine care product in the appliance interior. Only use machine care products specially designed for dishwash ers. 4. Pour the machine cleaner into the detergent dispenser until it is filled completely.

39 en Cleaning and servicing Do not place any additional ma 2 chine cleaner in the appliance in terior. 5. Press . 6. Press . a Machine Care is run. a Once the programme has ended, the indicator for Machine Care goes out. 1 Filter system

The filter system removes coarse soiling from the dishwashing cycle. 3 2 1 1Micro filter 2Fine filter 3Coarse filter Cleaning filters Soiling in the dishwashing water may block the filters. 1. After each wash check the filters for residue. 2. Turn the coarse filter anticlockwise and remove the filter system . ‒ Check that no foreign objects fall into the sump. 3. Pull down the micro filter to re move. 4. Press the locking catches to gether and lift the coarse filter out . 2 1 5. Clean the filter elements under run ning water. Carefully clean the rim of dirt between the coarse and the fine fil ter. 6. Re-assemble the filter system.

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Make sure that the locking catches on the coarse filter click into posi tion. 7. Insert the filter system into the ap pliance and turn the coarse filter clockwise. Make sure that the arrow markings match up. Cleaning spray arms Limescale and soiling in the dish washing water may block the nozzles and bearings on the spray arms. Clean the spray arms regularly. 1. Unscrew the upper spray arm and pull down to remove . 1 2 2. Pull up the lower spray arm to re move. 3. Check the outlet nozzles on the spray arms for blockages under running water and remove any for eign bodies. 4. Insert the lower spray arm. a The spray arm clicks into position. 5. Insert the upper spray arm and screw it firmly in place.

41 en Troubleshooting TroubleshootingTroubleshooting You can rectify minor faults on your appliance yourself. Read the troubleshoot Troubleshooting ing information before contacting after-sales service. This will avoid unneces sary costs. WARNING Risk of electric shock! Incorrect repairs are dangerous. ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff. ▶ Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance. ▶ If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced with a special connection cable, which is available from the manufacturer or his Customer Service. Error code / Fault display / Signal Fault Cause troubleshooting

E:21-60 will light up altern ately. E:30-00 will light up altern ately. E:31-00 will light up altern ately. E:34-00 will light up altern ately. Appliance has detected cal cified heating element. Water protection system is activated. Water protection system is activated. Water is continuously run ning into the appliance. 1. Descale the appliance. 2. Operate the appliance with the Wa ter softening system. 1. Turn off the water tap. 2. Call "Customer Service" → Page 55. 1. Turn off the water tap. 2. Call "Customer Service" → Page 55. 1. Turn off the water tap. 2. Call "Customer Service" → Page 55.

E:32-00 will light up altern ately or indicator for water supply lights up. Supply hose is kinked. ▶ Install the supply hose without kinks. Water tap is turned off. ▶ Turn on the water tap.

Water tap is jammed or furred up. The filters in the water con nection of the supply or AquaStop hose are blocked. ▶ Turn on the water tap. The flow rate must be at least 10 l/ min when the water supply is open. 1. Switch off the appliance. 2. Pull out the mains plug. 3. Turn off the water tap. 4. Unscrew the water connection.

42 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting

E:32-00 will light up altern ately or indicator for water supply lights up. E:92-40 will light up altern ately. 5. Remove the filter from the supply hose 6. Clean the filter. 7. Re-insert the filter in the supply hose. 8. Screw the water connection back on. 9. Check the water connection for leaks. 10. Restore the power supply. 11. Switch the appliance on. Filters are soiled or blocked. ▶ Clean the filters. → "Cleaning filters", Page 40

E:61-03 will light up altern ately. Water is not drained. E:61-02 will light up altern ately. Wastewater hose is blocked or kinked. Siphon connection is still sealed. Cover of the wastewater pump is loose. Wastewater pump is blocked. Cover of the wastewater pump is loose 1. Reposition the wastewater hose without kinks. 2. Remove residues. ▶ Check the connection to the siphon and open if necessary. ▶ Secure the cover of the "Wastewa ter pump " → Page 54 so it clicks into position. ▶ Clean the wastewater pump. → "Clean wastewater pump", Page 54 ▶ Secure the cover of the "Wastewa ter pump " → Page 54 so it clicks into position.

E:90-01 will light up altern ately. Mains voltage is too low. This is not a fault on the appliance. 1. Contact an electrician. 2. Have the mains voltage and elec trical installation checked by an electrician.

43 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting

A different error code ap pears in the display window. E:01-00 to E:90-10 Washing results A technical fault is present. 1. Press . 2. Unplug the appliance or switch off the fuse. 3. Wait at least 2 minutes. 4. Insert the mains plug of the appli ance in a socket or switch on the fuse. 5. Switch the appliance on. 6. If the problem occurs again: ‒ Press . ‒ Turn off the water tap. ‒ Pull out the mains plug. ‒ Contact "Customer Service" → Page 55 and give the er ror code.

Fault Cause troubleshooting

Tableware is not dry. No rinse aid used or dosage set too low. Programme or programme option has no drying phase, or the drying phase is too brief. Water collects in recesses of the tableware or cutlery. The combined detergent used has a poor drying per formance. 1. Add "Rinse aid" → Page 26. 2. Set the amount of rinse aid to be dispensed. → "Setting the amount of rinse aid", Page 27 ▶ "Select a programme with drying, e.g. intensive, strong or ECO pro gramme." → Page 18 Some option buttons decrease the drying result, e.g varioSpeed. ▶ Position tableware at an angle where possible. 1. Use rinse aid to improve drying per formance.

44 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting Tableware is not dry. 2. Use a different combined detergent with a better drying performance.

Extra Dry not activated to im prove drying performance. Tableware removed too early or drying process not yet ended. Rinse aid used has a limited drying performance. Plastic tableware is not dry. Not a fault. As plastic does not store heat so well, it also does not dry as well. Cutlery is not dry. Cutlery not arranged prop erly in the cutlery basket or cutlery drawer. ▶ Activate Extra Dry. 1. Wait until the programme ends. 2. Only remove tableware 30 minutes after the programme has ended. ▶ Use a name-brand rinse aid. Eco products may have limited ef fectiveness. ▶ No remedial action possible. Droplets can form on the cutlery con tact points. 1. "Arrange cutlery individually where possible." → Page 30 2. Avoid points of contact.

Appliance interior still wet after wash cycle. Remnants of food on table ware. Not a fault. The condensa tion drying principle causes water droplets in the tub – they are indeed desirable here. The moisture in the air condenses on the inside walls, runs off and is pumped out. Tableware is placed too close together or basket is overfilled. Spray arm rotation is blocked. Spray arm nozzles are blocked. No action required. 1. Arrange tableware with sufficient space in between. The spray jets must reach the sur faces of the tableware. 2. Avoid points of contact. ▶ Arrange tableware so that it does not obstruct spray arm rotation. ▶ Clean the "Spray arms" → Page 41.

Filters are soiled. ▶ Clean the filters. → "Cleaning filters", Page 40

Filters are inserted incor rectly and/or not engaged. 1. Insert the filters properly. → "Filter system", Page 40 2. Engage the filters.

45 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting

Remnants of food on table ware. Detergent residue in the ap pliance Washing programme selec ted too weak. Tableware has been pre cleaned too intensely. The sensors chose a weaker pro gramme. Stubborn soiling cannot be entirely removed. Tall narrow receptacles in corner areas are not rinsed adequately. Top baskets on right and left are not set to same height. Lid of the detergent dis penser is blocked by items of tableware parts and will not open. The lid of the detergent dis penser is blocked by the tab and will not open. Tabs are used in the quick or short programme. Dissolv ing time of the tab is not at tained. Washing effect and dissolv ing performance are re duced after a prolonged storage time or detergent is very lumpy. ▶ Select a more intensive washing programme. → "Programmes", Page 18 ▶ Only remove large remnants of food and do not prerinse tableware. ▶ Do not position tall narrow recept acles at too great an angle or in corner areas. ▶ Set the top baskets on the left and right to the same level. 1. Arrange tableware in the top basket tableware so the tab collecting tray is not obstructed by tableware. → "Arrange tableware", Page 30 Items of tableware are blocking the dispenser lid. 2. Do not place tableware or fra grance dispensers in the tablet col lecting tray. ▶ Position the tab in the detergent dis penser crosswise, not vertically. ▶ Select a more intensive "Pro gramme" → Page 18 or use "Powder detergent" → Page 27. ▶ Change your "detergent" → Page 27.

46 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting

Water marks on plastic parts. Wipeable or water-soluble coatings are present inside the appliance or on the door. Stubborn white coatings are present on tableware, inside the appliance or the door. Tea residue or lipstick marks on tableware. Due to laws of physics droplet formation on plastic surfaces is unavoidable. After drying water marks are visible. Detergent substances are deposited there. These coat ings cannot generally be re moved with chemicals. White coating is deposited in the appliance interior. Special salt dispenser is not screwed tight. Detergent substances are deposited there. These coat ings cannot generally be re moved with chemicals. The hardness range is set in correctly or the water hard ness is greater than 62 °E (8,9 mmol/l). 3in1/organic/eco detergent is not effective enough. Too little detergent is being used. Washing programme selec ted too weak. Washing temperature is too low. ▶ Select a more intensive pro gramme. → "Programmes", Page 18 ▶ Position tableware at an angle. → "Arrange tableware", Page 30 ▶ Use rinse aid. → "Rinse aid", Page 26 ▶ Set the water softening system higher. ▶ Change your "detergent" → Page 27. ▶ Clean the appliance mechanically. 1. Set the water softening system cor rectly. In most cases you will need to in crease the setting. 2. Change your detergent if required. ▶ Screw the special salt dispenser tight. ▶ Change your "detergent" → Page 27. ▶ Clean the appliance mechanically. ▶ Set the Water softening system to the water hardness or add special salt. ▶ Set the Water softening system to the water hardness and use separ ate detergents (proprietary deter gent, special salt, rinse aid). ▶ Increase the amount of detergent used or change "Detergent " → Page 27. ▶ Select a more intensive washing programme. → "Programmes", Page 18 ▶ Select a programme with a higher washing temperature. → "Programmes", Page 18

47 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting

Tea residue or lipstick marks on tableware. Coloured coatings (blue, yel low, brown) that are difficult or impossible to remove are present inside the appliance or on stainless steel table ware. Coloured deposits (yellow, orange, brown) that are easy to remove are present inside the appliance (mainly at the bottom). Plastic parts inside the appli ance are discoloured. Plastic parts are discol oured. Too little detergent is being used or is unsuitable. Tableware has been pre cleaned too intensely. The sensors chose a weaker pro gramme. Stubborn soiling cannot be entirely removed. The formation of films is due to substances contained in vegetables (cabbage, celery, potatoes, noodles, etc.) or tap water (manganese). The formation of films is due to metal components on sil ver or aluminium tableware. The formation of films is due to ingredients of food rem nants and tap water (limes cale) "soaplike". Plastic parts inside the appli ance may become discol oured during the life of the dishwasher. Washing temperature is too low. ▶ Use a suitable "Detergent " → Page 27 and follow the manufac turer's instructions for the amount to be used. ▶ Only remove large remnants of food and do not prerinse tableware. ▶ Clean the appliance. You can remove deposits with "Mechanical cleaning" → Page 38 or a machine cleaning product. It may not always be possible to com pletely remove deposits but they are harmless to health. ▶ Clean the appliance. You can remove deposits with "Mechanical cleaning" → Page 38 or a machine cleaning product. It may not always be possible to com pletely remove deposits but they are harmless to health. 1. Check the setting of the water softening system. 2. Add special salt. → "Adding special salt", Page 24 3. If you are using combined deter gents (tabs), activate the water softening system. Follow the information about deter gents. → "Information on detergents", Page 29 ▶ Discolouration can come about and will not impair functioning of the ap pliance. ▶ Select a programme with a higher washing temperature. → "Programmes", Page 18

48 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting

Plastic parts are discol oured. Removable streaks are present on glasses, glass ware with a metallic appear ance and cutlery. Irreversible clouding of glassware. Tableware has been pre cleaned too intensely. The sensors chose a weaker pro gramme. Stubborn soiling cannot be entirely removed. Amount of rinse aid to be dispensed is set too high. No rinse aid has been ad ded. Detergent residue is present in the final rinse. Lid of the detergent dispenser is blocked by tableware items and will not open fully. Tableware has been pre cleaned too intensely. The sensors chose a weaker pro gramme. Stubborn soiling cannot be entirely removed. Glasses are not dishwasher proof, only suitable for dish washers. ▶ Only remove large remnants of food and do not prerinse tableware. ▶ Set the rinse aid system to a lower setting. ▶ → "Adding rinse aid", Page 26 1. Arrange tableware in the top basket tableware so the tab collecting tray is not obstructed by tableware. → "Arrange tableware", Page 30 Items of tableware are blocking the dispenser lid. 2. Do not place tableware or fra grance dispensers in the tablet col lecting tray. ▶ Only remove large remnants of food and do not prerinse tableware. ▶ Use dishwasher-proof glasses. Glasses are usually only suitable for use in a dishwasher, i.e. long-term wear or long-term changes must be expected. ▶ Avoid a lengthy steam phase (standing time after wash cycle ends). ▶ Use a programme with a lower tem perature. → "Programmes", Page 18 ▶ Set the softening system to the wa ter hardness. ▶ Use detergent with a glass protec tion component.

49 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting

Rust spots on cutlery. Cutlery is not sufficiently rust-resistant. Knife blades are often more severely af fected. Cutlery may also rust if washed together with rust ing items. Salt content in washing wa ter is too high. ▶ Use rust-resistant tableware. ▶ Do not wash rusting items. 1. Remove any spilled special salt from the tub. 2. Screw the cap of the special salt dispenser on tight.

Detergent residue is present in the detergent dispenser or the tablet collecting tray. Excessive formation of foam occurs. Spray arms were blocked by tableware so detergent was not rinsed out. Detergent dispenser was damp when detergent was added. Hand washing-up liquid is present in dispenser for rinse aid. ▶ Check that the spray arms are not blocked and can rotate freely. ▶ Only add detergent to a detergent dispenser when dry. ▶ Immediately add rinse aid to the dispenser. → "Adding rinse aid", Page 26

Rinse aid has been spilled. ▶ Remove the rinse aid with a cloth.

Detergent or appliance care product used causes excess ive foaming. Home Connect problem ▶ Change the brand of detergent.

Fault Cause troubleshooting

Connection to home net work is not established. WLAN on router is not act ive. ▶ Check the wireless network con nection of your router.

WLAN display is flashing. Connection to home net work is not available. ▶ Activate the wireless network con nection on your router.

Home Connect cannot be implemented correctly. Home Connect set incor rectly. ▶ Please consult the documents sup plied for Home Connect.

Technical fault is present. ▶ Please consult the information about support in the documents supplied for Home Connect. 50 Troubleshooting en Information on display panel Fault Cause troubleshooting

Special salt refill indicator Insufficient special salt. ▶ Add "Special salt" → Page 24.

lights up. Refill indicator for special salt does not light up. Sensor does not detect spe cial salt tablets. Water softening system is switched off. ▶ Do not use special salt tablets. ▶ Setting the water softening system

Refill indicator for rinse aid lights up. Insufficient rinse aid. 1. Add "Rinse aid" → Page 26. 2. Set the amount of rinse aid to be dispensed. → "Setting the amount of rinse aid", Page 27

Refill indicator for rinse aid does not light up. Rinse aid system is switched off. ▶ Set the amount of rinse aid to be dispensed.

Display flashes. Appliance door is not closed properly. Malfunctions ▶ Close the appliance door. ‒ Arrange the tableware so that no parts project beyond the basket and prevent the appliance door from closing properly.

Fault Cause troubleshooting

Water is left in the appliance at the end of the pro gramme. Appliance cannot be switched on or operated. Filter system or area under the filters is blocked. Programme has not yet ended. Software update is taking place. Appliance functions have failed. 1. Clean the "Filters" → Page 40. 2. Clean the "Wastewater pump" → Page 54. ▶ Wait until the programme ends or cancel the programme with Reset. ▶ → "Terminate programme", Page 33 ▶ Wait until the software update has finished. 1. Pull out the mains plug or switch off the fuse. 2. Wait at least 2 minutes. 3. Connect the appliance to the power supply. 4. Switch the appliance on.

Appliance does not start. The mains fuse has tripped. ▶ Check the relevant fuse. 51 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting Appliance does not start. Mains cable is not inserted. 1. Check whether the socket works. 2. Check whether the mains cable is properly inserted in the socket and on the rear of the appliance.

Programme starts automat ically. Appliance stops during the programme or cuts out. Appliance door is not closed properly. You did not wait until pro gramme ended. Appliance door is not closed properly. Power and/or water supply has been interrupted. Top basket is pressing against inner door and pre venting appliance door from being closed securely. ▶ Close the appliance door. ▶ → "Terminate programme", Page 33 ▶ Close the appliance door. 1. Check the power supply. 2. Check the water supply. ▶ Check whether the rear panel of the appliance is being pressed in by a socket or hose holder that has not been removed. ▶ Arrange the tableware so that no parts project beyond the basket and prevent the appliance door from closing properly.

Mechanical damage Fault Cause troubleshooting

Appliance door cannot be closed. Lid on the detergent dis penser cannot be closed. Door lock has been activ ated. Door cannot be closed due to installation method. Detergent dispenser or lid are blocked by sticky deter gent residue. ▶ Close the appliance door with greater force. ▶ Check whether the appliance has been installed properly. When closed, the appliance door, its decor or attached parts should not knock against adjacent cabin ets or the worktop. ▶ Remove detergent residue.

52 Troubleshooting en Noise Fault Cause troubleshooting

Filling valves making knock ing noises. Caused by the domestic in stallation. No appliance fault present. Does not affect functioning of the appliance. ▶ Can only be remedied in the do mestic installation.

Knocking or rattling noise. Spray arm is striking table ware. With a small load the water jets directly strike against the tub. Light items of tableware move about during the wash cycle. ▶ Arrange tableware so that the spray arms do not strike tableware. ▶ Distribute the tableware evenly. ▶ Load the appliance with more table ware. ▶ Position light items of tableware se curely.

53 en Transportation, storage and disposal Clean wastewater pump 2 Large remnants of food or foreign bodies can block the waste water 1 pump. As soon as the rinsing water no longer drains properly, the waste water pump must be cleaned. WARNING Risk of injury! Sharp and pointed objects or frag

ments of glass may block the waste water pump and cause injury. ▶ Remove any foreign bodies care fully. 1. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply. 2. Remove the top and bottom bas ket. 3. Remove the filter system. 4. Scoop out any water. Use a sponge if necessary. 5. Prise off the pump cover using a spoon and grip it by the crosspiece. 6. Lift the pump cover inwards at an angle and remove. 7. Remove any remnants of food and foreign bodies in the area of the impeller. 8. Insert the pump cover and press down . a The pump cover clicks into posi tion. 9. Install the filter system. 10.Insert the top and bottom basket. Transportation, storage and disposalTransportation, storage and disposal You can find out here how to prepare Transportation, storage and disposal your appliance for transportation and storage. You will also find out how to dispose of old appliances. Removing the appliance 1. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply. 2. Turn off the water tap. 3. Detach the drainage connection. 4. Detach the drinking water connec tion. 5. Loosen any screws fastening the appliance to cabinet parts. 6. Remove the base panel if fitted. 7. Pull the appliance out carefully, along with the hose behind it.

54 Customer Service en

Protect appliance from frost If there is a risk of frost where the ap pliance will be standing, e.g. in a holi day home, empty the appliance com pletely. ▶ "Empty the appliance." → Page 55 Transporting the appliance To avoid damage to the appliance, empty it before transporting. Note: Always transport the dish washer upright to prevent residual water getting into the machine's con trols and damaging the appliance. 1. Remove tableware from the appli ance. 2. Secure loose parts. 3. "Switch on appliance." → Page 32 4. Select the programme with the highest temperature. → "Programmes", Page 18 5. "Start the programme." → Page 32 6. To drain the appliance, terminate the programme after approx. 4 minutes. → "Terminate programme", Page 33 7. "Switch off the appliance." → Page 33 8. Turn off the water tap. 9. To empty the residual water out of the appliance, detach the supply hose and let the water drain out. Disposing of old appliance Valuable raw materials can be re used by recycling. WARNING Risk of harm to health! Children can lock themselves in the appliance, thereby putting their lives at risk. ▶ With redundant appliances, unplug the power cord. Then cut through the cord and damage the lock on the appliance door beyond repair so that the appliance door will no longer close. 1. Unplug the appliance from the mains. 2. Cut through the power cord. 3. Dispose of the appliance in an en vironmentally friendly manner. This appliance is labelled in ac cordance with European Direct ive 2012/19/EU concerning used electrical and electronic appliances (waste electrical and electronic equipment - WEEE). The guideline determines the framework for the return and re cycling of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU. Customer ServiceCustomer Service Customer ServiceIf you have any queries, are unable to rectify faults on the appliance your self or if your appliance needs to be repaired, contact Customer Service. You can solve many problems your self by consulting the information on troubleshooting in these instructions or on our website. If this is not the case, contact our after-sales service.

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We will always find an appropriate solution and try to avoid unnecessary visits being made by a Customer Ser vice technician. With any warranty claims, we will make sure that your appliance is re paired by trained after-sales techni cians using genuine spare parts, in cluding after the manufacturer's war ranty has expired. For safety reasons repairs to the ap pliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff. The warranty claim becomes void if repairs or in terventions have been carried out by persons not authorised by us for that purpose or if our appliances have been fitted with spare, supplementary or accessory parts that were not genuine parts and then resulted in a defect. Function-relevant genuine spare parts according to the corresponding Eco design Order can be obtained from Customer Service for a period of at least 10 years from the date on which your appliance was placed on the market within the European Eco nomic Area. Note: Under the terms of the manu facturer's warranty the use of Cus tomer Service is free of charge. Detailed information on the warranty period and terms of warranty in your country is available from our after sales service, your retailer or on our website. If you contact Customer Service, you will require the product number (E Nr.), the production number (FD) and the consecutive numbering (Z-Nr.) of your appliance. The contact details for Customer Ser vice can be found in the enclosed Customer Service directory or on our website. Product number (E-Nr.), pro duction number (FD) and con secutive numbering (Z-Nr.) You can find the product number (E Nr.), the production number (FD) and the consecutive numbering (Z-Nr.) on the appliance's rating plate. The rating plate is located inside the appliance door. Make a note of your appliance's de tails and the Customer Service tele phone number to find them again quickly. AQUA-STOP guarantee In addition to warranty claims against the seller under the purchase agree ment and in addition to our manufac turer's warranty, we offer compensa tion under the following conditions. ◼ If our Aqua-Stop system is defect ive and causes water damage, we will make good the damage for private users. To ensure protection from water damage, the appliance must be connected to the power supply. ◼ The liability guarantee is valid for the service life of the appliance. ◼ A claim can only be made under the guarantee if the appliance has been correctly installed and con nected with Aqua-Stop according to our instructions; this also in cludes correctly fitting the Aqua Stop extension (genuine access ory). Our guarantee does not cover defective supply lines or fittings up to the Aqua-Stop connection on the tap. ◼ If your appliance is fitted with Aqua-Stop, you can in principle leave your appliance unattended during operation and the tap turned on afterwards. The tap only

56 Technical specifications en

needs to be turned off if you are away from home for a long period, e.g. on holiday for several weeks. Technical specificationsTechnical specifications Technical specificationsFacts and figures for your appliance can be found here. Weight Max.: 60 kg Voltage 220 - 240 V, 50 Hz or 60 Hz Power rating 2000 - 2400 W Fuse 10 - 16 A Power consumption Off mode/standby mode: 0.50 W Left-on mode: 0.50 W Networked standby: 2.00 W Time in left-on mode: 0 min Time after which ap pliance is switched to networked standby mode: 10 min Complies with the latest regulations (EU) for energy labels and ecodesign at the time of placing on the mar ket. Additional functions and settings may in crease power con sumption and times. Water pressure ◼ Min. 0.05 MPa (0.5 bar) ◼ Max. 1 MPa (10 bar) Inlet rate Min. 10 l/min Water temperature Cold water. Hot water max.: 60 °C Capacity 13 place settings More information about your model can be found online at en ergylabel.bsh-group.com1. This web address is linked to the official EU EPREL product database. At the time of printing its web address had not yet been published. Please then fol low the instructions on searching for models. The model identifier is made up of the characters before the slash in the product number (E-Nr.) on the rating plate. Alternatively you can also find the model identifier in the first line of the EU energy label. Information regarding Free and Open Source Software This product includes software com ponents that are licensed by the copyright holders as free software or open source software. The applicable licence information is stored on your home appliance. You can also access the applicable li cence information via your Home Connect App: "Profile -> Legal inform ation -> Licence Information". You can download the licence information on the brand product website (search for your appliance model on the product website and check additional documents). Alternatively, you can send a request to oss request@bshg.com or to BSH Haus geräte GmbH GmbH, Carl-Wery-Str. 34, D-81739 München, Germany. The source code will be made avail able to you on request. To file a request, please email to oss request@bshg.com or send a written request to BSH Hausgeräte GmbH, Carl-Wery-Str. 34, D-81739 München, Germany.

1Only applies to countries in the European Economic Area 57 en Technical specifications Reference "OSSREQUEST" The cost of performing your request will be charged to you. This offer is valid three years from the date of pur chase or at least as long as we offer support and spare parts for the re spective appliance. 58 Thank you for buying a Bosch Home Appliance! Register your new device on MyBosch now and profit directly from: • Expert tips & tricks for your appliance • Warranty extension options • Discounts for accessories & spare-parts • Digital manual and all appliance data at hand • Easy access to Bosch Home Appliances Service Free and easy registration – also on mobile phones: bosch-home.com/welcome Looking for help? You'll find it here. Expert advice for your Bosch home appliances, help with problems or a repair from Bosch experts. Find out everything about the many ways Bosch can support you: bosch-home.com/service Contact data of all countries are listed in the attached service direct ory. Robert Bosch Hausgeräte GmbH Carl-Wery-Straße 34 81739 München GERMANY bosch-home.com *9001485952* 9001485952 (000515) 642 V5 en


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