Westinghouse WSF6606W manual


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    USER MANUAL Dishwasher WSF6606[...]

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    2 Important safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Recycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Items not suitable for dishwashing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Descriptio[...]

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    3 SAFETY IMP OR T A NT S A FE T Y INS TRUC T IO N S Thesewarningshavebeenprovidedintheinterestofsafety . Y ouMUSTreadthemcarefullybeforeinstallingorusing   theappliance. Thesymbolsyouwillseeinthisbooklethavethesemeanings: W ARNING WARNING This symbol indicates[...]

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    4 SAFETY INFORMATION AND RECOMMENDATIONS SAFETY FOR YOUR CHILDREN’S SAFETY • Afterremovi ngthemach ine ’ spack agi ng ,m ak esur e thatthepackag ingma teriali soutofr eachofchi ldr en . • Donotallo wch ildr entoplaywi thorstartthemach ine . • Keep[...]

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    5 DESCRIPTION 12 13 DESCRIP TION OF Y OUR APPLIANCE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Cap a cit y  ..........................................1 5placesettings He ight   ........................................................ 845mm Heigh t(w ithoutw orktop) ................................. 8 1 5mm Widt h  ...................[...]

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    6 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 1. POWER BUTTON WhenpressedonON/ OFFbutton,themach i neis ener giz edandthepowerli ghti ll umi nates . 2. HYGIENE BUTTON Byus in gthi soption ,washi ngtem peratur eandperiods duri ngr espectivecyclesmaybechanged,wh iche nsur es moreh yg ien ic?[...]

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    7 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 DESCRIPTION Q UICK S T A R T GUIDE QUICKSTART SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE PROGRAM FOLLOW-UP CHANGING A PROGRAM CANCELLING A PROGRAM Y oucanfol lowthepr ogra mflowus ingthepr ogr amfol low- uplampslocatedonthecontr olpanel . Ifyouwouldl ik etochan geprogr amswh i [...]

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    8 INSTALLATION INSTALLING THE MACHINE POSITIONING THE MACHINE Whencons ideri ngthelocati onforthedi sh washer ,ensur e thattherei sadequatespacetoenableloadin gand unloadi ngofthedi shes . •  Donotputyourmach inei nan ylocationwher ethe ambi enttemp[...]

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    9 INSTALLATION INSTALLING THE MACHINE W ARNING WARNING ELECTRICAL CONNECTION Theear thedplugofyourmach ineshouldbeconnectedtoan earth edoutletsuppli edbysui tablevolta geandcurr ent .Ifthere isnoearthi ngin stalla tion ,haveacompetentelectrici ancarry outan[...]

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    10 INSTALLATION INSTALLING THE MACHINE 3 .  Adj ustthemach i nefeetaccor di ngtotheslopeof thefloor . 4 .  F i tyourmach inebypu shi ngi tunder counterw ithout lettingthehosesgetcrushedorbent . W ARNING WARNING After removal of worktop, ensure the openin[...]

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    11 PREPARATION PREPARING THE MACHINE FOR USE PRIOR TO USING THE MACHINE FOR THE FIRST TIME • Checkwhethertheelectric ityandwatersupply specifi cati onsmatchtheva luesind icatedbythe ins tallat ioni nstruction sforthemach ine . • Re moveal lpackag in gmateria lsin si de?[...]

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    12 PREPARATION PREPARING THE MACHINE FOR USE WHEN YOU STOP USING COMBINED DETERGENTS • F il ltheri nseai dcompartments. • Selectasuita blerinsea idsettin g . FILLING WITH RINSE AID AND MAKING THE SETTING Ri nsea idisu sedtoimpr ovethed r yingofthewas hload andr educet[...]

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    13 LOADING LOADING YOUR DISHWASHER Correctlyloadeddisheswi llr esulti nthebestenergy consum ption ,washi ngandd r yingperformance .Ther e ar et woseparatebask etsfory outoloadyourdi shesin to yourmach ine .Y oucanloadintothelowerbask etr ound[...]

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    14 SPOON RACK Itallo wsyourlong-stemmedglassestobewashedsafely aswellaspr o vid ingac onven ie ntalterna tivelocat ionto washspoonsandforks .Donotleanyourlon g-stemmed gobletsandglassesagai nsteachotherbutspoonrack , thusdu rin gthew[...]

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    15 LOWER BASKET FOLDING RACKS F oldi ngrac ksconsi sti ngoff ourpartsth atar elocatedon thelowerbask etofyourmach i near edesig nedinor der toletyouplacebi gitemseas iersuc haspots,pan s ,etc . Ifrequested ,eachpartcanbefoldedsep ara[...]

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    16 LOADING YOUR DISHWASHER LOADING ALTERNATE CUTLERY BASKET Analternatecu tler ybaskethasbeenprov idedfor conv eni ence .Thecutleryb aske thandlei sadj ustable- posit ion( a)or( b) .Thebask etcanbeusedintheupperor lowerd is hwas herbasketa srequ ir ed[...]

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    18 LOADING YOUR DISHWASHER LOADING TIP S & INFOR MA TION TIPS AND INFORMATION Examples of incorrect loading Top Basket INFORMATION FOR TEST LABORATORIES F orallthenecessar yinforma tionf orper formancetesti ng , sendanemai lto dishwasher@ standardte st. co m Inyourma ilpleasepro videthemodel[...]

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    19 PROGRAMS PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS PROGRAM ITEMS * *Onlyp owderdetergentshouldb eusedincycleo fprewashprogr amme . W ARNING WARNING Sh or t p r og ra ms do no t in cl ud e a dr yi ng s t ep. T he va lu es d ecl ar ed a bove a r e th e val u es o bta in ed u nde r la bor at o ry con dit io ns ac cor di ng t o r el evan[...]

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    20 SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE AND SELECTING A PROGRAM SWITCHING ON Starttheprogrambypressing   theST ART/P AUSEkey CHANGING A PROGRAM Ifyouwouldl ik etochan geprogr amswh i lea wash in gprogr ami sconti nu in g . SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE PROGRAM FOLLOW-UP Y oucanfol lowthepr ogra[...]

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    21 SWITCHING ON HoldST ART/P AUSEbuttonpressedfor  approx.3sec.untilENDlightblinks CHANGING A PROGRAM WITH RESETTING Ifyouwouldl ik etocanc elaprogr amwh ileaw ash ing progr ami sres umed. TIP S & INFOR MA TION TIPS AND INFORMATION N OT E: If the machine door is opened dur [...]

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    22 MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING Clean in gthemachi neinr egulari ntervalspr olongsthe machi ne ’ sservicelif e . Oila ndli memayaccumu lateinthemach ine ’ swashi ng section .Incaseofsuc haccumu lation : F il lthedetergen tcompartmentwithdeter gentw[...]

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    23 MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING SPRAY ARMS Checkwhetherornottheholesfortheupperandlo wer sprayarm sarec logged.Ifther eisa nyclogg ing ,remove thesprayarmsa ndcleanthemunderwater . Y oucanr emovethelo werspr ayarmbypull in gitup[...]

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    24 FAILURE CODES FAILURE CODES AND WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF FAILURE PRACTICAL AND USEFUL INFORMATION 1 Whenev eryouwi llnotbeoperati ngyourmac hi ne : • Unplugthemach inea ndthenturnthewateroff . • Leavethedoorsli ghtlya jari nordertopr ev entthe formati onof[...]

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    25 INFORMATION TROUBLESHOOTING Call an authorised service centre if the problem still persists after the controls or in case of any malfunction not described above. PROBLEM SOLUTION Ifoneofprogrammonitorlightsison andstart/pauselightisflashing • Y ourmachine’ sdoorisopen,shutthedoor . [...]

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    26 NOTES NOTES[...]

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    27 WARRANTY Th is d oc u me nt s e ts o u t th e t er ms a n d co nd i t io ns o f t he p r od uc t warranties for Electrolux Appliances. It is an import ant document. Pl ea se ke ep i t w it h yo ur p r oo f of p u rc ha s e do cu m en t s in a s af e p la ce fo r fu tu r e re fe r en c e sh ou l d you r e qu i re s e r vi c e fo r you r A pp l ia[...]

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    AUSTRALIA phone: 1300363640 fax: 1800350067 email: customercare@electrolux.com.au web: www .westinghouse.com.au NEW ZEALAND phone: 095732384 fax: 0800363600 email: customercare@electrolux.co.nz web: www .westinghouse.co.nz For more information on all Westinghouse appliances, or for dimension and insta[...]