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    user manual Dishwasher WSU6603[...]

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    Electrolux. Thinking of you. Westinghouse. We are part of the Electrolux family. Share more of our thinking at www.electrolux.com CONTENTS Safety information 2 Product description 4 Control panel 5 Use of the appliance 6 Use of detergent and rinse aid 6 Loading cutlery and dishes 7 Setting and starting a washing program 11 Washing programs 13 Care [...]

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    • Always close the door when you do not use the appliance to prevent injury and not to stumble over the open door. • Do not sit or stand on th e open door. CHILD SAFETY • Do not let persons, children included, with reduced physical sensory, reduced mental functions or lack of experience and knowledge use th e appliance. They must have supervi[...]

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    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 7 1 Upper basket 2 Air vent 3 Salt container (the container is only functional for dishwashers with a water softener) 4 Detergent dispenser 5 Rinse aid dispenser 6 Rating plate 7 Filters 8 Lower spray arm 9 Upper spray arm INTERNAL LIGHT This appliance has an internal light that comes on when you open the door and goes off when [...]

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    CONTROL PANEL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 On/off button 2 Program indicators 3 Display 4 Indicators 5 START indicator 6 START button 7 DELAY button 8 PROGRAM button Indicators Button LOCK indicator. It comes on when the 'Button LOCK' function is activa- ted. Rinse Aid indicator. It comes on when it is necessary to fill th e rinse aid dispenser. 1) [...]

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    to 'Setting and star ting a washing pro- gram'. PROGRAM BUTTON Press this button repeatedly to set a wash- ing program. Each time you press this but- ton, a symbol t hat is related to a washing program comes on. Refe r to 'Wash ing pro- grams' chart. SETTING MODE The appliance must be in s etting mode for these operations: • T[...]

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    Rinse aid makes it possible to dry the dishes without st reaks and stains. Rinse aid is automatica lly added during the last rinsing phase. Follow these steps to fill the rinse aid dis- penser: Filling with rinse aid 1. Press the release button 6 to open the lid 5 of the rinse aid dispenser. 2. Fill the rinse aid dispenser 3 with rinse aid. The mar[...]

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    XXL 34 cm 3 x 3 x 34 cm XXL LOADING THE CUTLERY BASKET Warning! Do no t put long -bladed knives in a vertical position. Arran ge long and sharp cutl ery horizontally in the upper basket. Be careful with sharp items. Forks and spoons should be placed in the removable cutlery basket with the handles facing downwards and the kni ves with their handles[...]

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    LOADING THE UPPER BASKET The upper basket is for plates, saucers, sal- ad bowls, cups and glasses. Arr ange the items to let water touch all surfaces. Put glasses with long stems in the cup racks with the stems up. For longer items, fold the cup racks up. 25 cm 14 cm westinghouse 9[...]

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    ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF THE UPPER BASKET If you put large plates in the lower basket, first move the upper basket to the upper position. 24 cm 28 cm 30 cm 28 cm 25 cm 21 cm 22 cm 34 cm Follow these steps to move the upper basket to the upper po sition: 1. Pull the basket out until it stops. 2. Carefully lift the two sides until the mechanism is eng[...]

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    SETTING AND STARTING A WASHING PROGRAM STARTING THE WASHING PROGRAM WITHOUT DELAY START 1. Close the appliance door. 2. Switch on the appliance. Make sure that the appliance is in setting mode. 3. Set a washing program. Refer to 'Wash- ing programs'. • The related progra m indicator comes on. • All other program indic ators go off. ?[...]

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    • There can be water on the sides and door of the appliance. Stainless steel be- comes cool more quickly than the dishes. 12 westinghouse[...]

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    WASHING PROGRAMS Program Type of soil Type of load Program description RINSE Use this program to quickly rinse the dishes. This prevents the remaining food to bond on the dish es and bad odours to come out from the appliance. Do not use detergent with this program. Rinse FAST30 60° 1) Fresh soil Crockery and cutlery Wash 60 °C Rinse NORMAL ECO 2)[...]

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    CARE AND CLEANING TO REMOVE AND CLEAN THE FILTERS Warning! Switch the appliance off before you carry out any cleaning operation. Dirty filters decrease the washing results. Although the maintenan ce is very low with these filters, we reco mmend that you regu- larly check the filters and clean them if nec- essary. 1. To remove filter (A), turn it co[...]

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    FROST PRECAUTIONS Caution! Do not install the appliance where the temperature is below 0 °C. The manufacturer is not responsible for damage caused by frost. MOVING THE APPLIANCE 1. Disconnect t he mains plug from the mains socket. 2. Close the water tap. 3. Remove the appliance and the hoses. 4. Do not tilt t he a ppliance during trans- port. WHAT[...]

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    After the check, switch on the appliance. The program continues fr om the point of in- terrupti on. If the malf unction occurs again, contact your Cu stomer Care Centre. If the display shows an alarm code, not de- scribed in the chart, contact your C ustomer Care Centre. When you contact the Custome r Care Cen- tre you will need to give some detail[...]

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    TECHNICAL DATA Dimensions Width Height Depth 596 mm 818 - 878 mm 580 mm Electrical connection Voltage Overall power Fuse Frequency 220-240 V 2200 W 10 A 50 Hz Water supply pressure min. max. 50 kPa (7 psi) 800 kPa (116 psi) Capacity Place settings 13 INSTALLATION If oor is not level, adjust levelling legs to suit The hos e s houl d n ot be exten[...]

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    ADHESIVE STEAM PROTECTION FOIL Fit the steam protection on t he front part o f the kitchen counter along the entire width. 600 mm ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF THE APPLIANCE 1. Remove the adjustable plinth. 2. – To lift the front of th e appliance, turn the two front feet counterclockwise. – To lift the rear of the appliance, turn the middle screw co[...]

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    x4 2. Fix laterally the appliance with the spacers and the screws supplied. Make sure that the sc rews are tight. Once the installation is completed, make sure that the bottom of the adjustable plinth is aligned with the ground. CUSTOM MADE KICK-PANEL For integrated applian ces and full-stainless- steel door appliances. We recommend that you make a[...]

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    WATER CONNECTION WATER INLET HOSE Connect the inlet hose to a water tap with an external BSP thread spout of 3/4”. For best washing performance it is recom- mended to connect the appliance to a cold water supply. Energy savings can be m ade by connecting the appliance to a Solar water system and using economy optio ns, however the water temperatu[...]

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    The appliance has a security feature to prevent dirty water go ing back into the appliance. If, the spigot of the sink has a 'non-return valve', this valve can cause the appliance to drain incorrect- ly. Remove the non-return v alve. Caution! Make sure that the water couplings are tight to prevent wate r leakage. Ensure that hoses are not[...]

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    ELECTRICAL CONNECTION Warning! • The manufacturer accepts n o liability for failure to observe the below safe- ty precautions. • Safety standards require the appli- ance to be earthed. • Prior to using the appliance for the first time, ensure that the rated volt- age and type of supply on the rating plate match that of the supply where the ap[...]

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    WARRANTY FOR SALES IN AUSTRALIA A ND NEW ZEALAND APPLIANCE : DISHWASHER This document sets out the terms and conditions of the product warranties for Electrolux Appliances. It is an im- portant document. Please keep it with your proof of purch ase documents in a safe place for future reference should you require service for your Appliance. 1. In th[...]

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    6. Proof of pu rchase is required befo re you can make a claim under this war- ranty. 7. You may not make a claim under this warranty unless the defect claimed is due to faulty or def ective parts or work- manship. Electrolux is not liable in the following situations (which are not ex- haustive): a) the Appliance is damaged by: – accident – mis[...]

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    FOR SERVICE or to find the address of your nearest state service cent re in Australia Please call 13 13 4 9 For the cost of a lo cal call (Aust ralia on- ly) SERVICE AUSTRALIA ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS www.electrolux.com.au FOR SPARE PARTS or to find the address of your nearest state spare parts cen- tre in Aust ralia Please call 13 13 50 For the co[...]

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    www.westinghouse.com.au 117934854-A-1 92012[...]