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Summary of Contents for Hoover H-DISH 500 SLIM

  • Page 1 User Manual Dishwasher...
  • Page 2 Content Safety and warnings ....................Product Description ....................Control Panel ......................Programme ......................First use ........................Loading suggestions ........................................... Setting a wash Delayed start ......................Keylock ........................Preferences ........................................Water softening system ........................20 Detergent ........................22 Rinse aid ........................
  • Page 3 Safety and warnings Intended Use The appliance is designed for domestic use inside the house,or in similar applications such as staff kitchen areas in working environments, farm houses, by clients in hotels, motels or other residential environments, and bed and breakfast environments.It is not intended for commercial or industrial use.
  • Page 4 Safety and warnings The foldaway cup racks are designed to support cups, glasses and kitchen utensils. Do not lean on or use the foldaway cup racks to support your body weight. To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow children to play in or on the Dishwasher. Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot water heater system that has not been used for two weeks or more.
  • Page 5 Safety and warnings Installation This Dishwasher must be installed and located in accordance with the Installation instructions before it is used. If you did not receive Installation instructions with your Dishwasher, you can order them by calling your Authorised Repairer or download them from our local Haier website, listed on the back cover.
  • Page 6 Safety and warnings Maintenance Disconnect the appliance from the power supply before any cleaning or maintenance. When disconnecting the appliance pull the plug rather than the power supply cord or junction of cord to avoid damage. Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance or attempt any servicing unless specifically recommended in this guide.
  • Page 7 Product Description Ensure the installer has completed the ‘Final checklist’ in the Installation instructions. Read this guide, taking special note of the 'Safety and warnings' section. Remove all internal and external packaging and dispose of it responsibly. Recycle items that you can. Dishwasher overview 1.
  • Page 8 Control Panel 1. ON/OFF icon 5.Time&Info Display/Indicator icon 2. WiFi indicator icon Delay indicator icon Half load indicator icon 7. Auto Door indicator icon 4. Programme select icon 8. START/RESET icon Time & Info display During any selection the display shows related information like Programme cycle time Programme start delay time Error codes...
  • Page 9 Control Panel Indicator Icon Rinse aid Salt aid If the indicator lights up: Salt is empty. If the indicator lights up: Rinse is empty. After After adding Salt, the indicator lights off. adding Rinse, the indicator lights off. Optional function Delay Wifi You can delay the start of a programme up to 24...
  • Page 10 Control Panel The main program matched with the optional function. WASH PROGRAM Additional function Auto Door, Half load, Tabs AUTO CARE Auto Door, Half load, Tabs GLASS CARE Auto Door, Half load, Tabs Auto Door, Half load, Tabs UNIVERSAL Auto Door, Half load, Tabs INTENSIVE Auto Door, Half load, Tabs HYGIENE...
  • Page 11 Programme Your dishwasher has a number of wash programs designed to suit your needs. Selecting the most appropriate cycle for each load will help ensure the best wash results. Wash program Program description Suitable for any type of load. The dishwasher AUTO CARE automatically selects the optimum wash program For lightly soiled and heat sensitive crockery and glassware...
  • Page 12 First use Dishware The combination of high temperatures and dishwasher detergent may cause damage to some items. Refer to the manufacturer's guidance or wash by hand if in doubt. Cutlery & silverware Glassware Most glassware is dishwasher safe. Crystal, Rinse cutlery and silverware immediately very fine and antique glassware may etch after use to prevent tarnishing.
  • Page 13 Loading suggestions When loading your Dishwasher ensure items are placed so water coming from the rotating spray arm below can reach all areas. Wash performance will be reduced if it can't. Your dishwasher can hold up to a maximum of 11 place settings. Ensure Lower and middle spray arms can rotate freely.
  • Page 14 Setting a wash Remove all food scraps from dishware before carefully loading into the dishwasher. Ensure the spray arms are free from any obstructions and rotate freely. If the rinse aid indicator is illuminated, fill the rinse aid dispenser. Refer to 'Rinse aid' for additional guidance. Add detergent to the dispenser and close the cover.
  • Page 15 Setting a wash Select a wash modifier if required. Press to start the wash and close the door. Open the door slowly at any point during the wash to pause. Press and hold 3 seconds to cancel. After the wash the door will automatically open slightly to assist with drying.* For best results, unload dishes once cooled.
  • Page 16 Delayed start Set your dishwasher to start later in the day and run a selected wash program. DELAYED START can be set after a wash program has been selected and can be set for up to 24 hours. Setting Delayed Start Add detergent and select a wash program, and wash modifier if required.
  • Page 17 Keylock Lock the dishwasher controls for cleaning or to prevent unintended use. Locking the controls Press and hold for 5 seconds to lock the dishwasher controls. Note:Before locking the controls, running the program. After locking, except for the unlocking and turn off operation, other functions are not available.
  • Page 18 Preferences You can adjust any of the below settings prior to starting a wash cycle. Option Description Default Settings display LANGUAGE Adjust according to the following page. ENGLISH LANGUAGE TABLETS Adjust according to the following TABLETS page. SOFTENER Adjust according to the following SOFTENER Min:...
  • Page 19 Water softening system To ensure good washing results,the dishwasher requires soft water.Hard water can be detrimental to the performance of your dishwasher. Over time,glassware washed in hard water will become opaque and dishes will become spotted or covered in a white film. Using white film.
  • Page 20 Water softening system Using special salt As soon as the low salt indicator is lit on the control panel ,salt should be topped up.Always refill with special salt immediately before switching on the appliance.This ensures that overrun special salt solution is immediately washed out and does not corrode the rinsing tank.
  • Page 21 Detergent WARNING: Dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline. They can be extremely dangerous if swallowed. Avoid contact with the skin and eyes and keep children and infirm persons away from the dishwasher when it is open. Check the powdered detergent dispenser is empty after each wash.
  • Page 22 Detergent Powdered detergent quantity recommendations Use the table below to determine the optimal powdered detergent quantity for each wash program. If you have hard water in your area, more detergent may be required. Wash program Pre wash compartment Main wash compartment AUTO CARE Full 1/2 - 2/3...
  • Page 23 Rinse aid Rinse aid provides a streak-free finish to glass and dishware as well as preventing metal from tarnishing. We recommend using a liquid rinse aid regularly for optimal drying results. The rinse aid dispenser is located on the inside of the door next to the detergent dispenser. Using rinse aid The amount of rinse aid dispensed in each wash may need to be adjusted to suit your water conditions.
  • Page 24 Daily Use Load the Baskets With delicate glasses and porcelain make sure they are labelled dishwasher-proof. Do not put in the appliance items made of wood, horn, aluminium, pewter and copper. Do not put in the appliance items that can absorb water (sponges, household cloths).
  • Page 25 Daily Use Upper baskets The upper basket is designed to hold items like glasses,cups, saucers, plates, small bowls and shallow pans. Foldable cup racks Adjust the height to suit or fold out of the way to make space for other items.
  • Page 26 Daily Use Cutlery basket Place Cutlery with the handles down for better washing results. If long items may block the spray arms find a horizontal positioning in the upper basket. Cutlery/Utensil tray Use the tray to secure cutlery and utensils. Place cutlery into the notches to secure.
  • Page 27 Wi-Fi Connection Your appliance can be connected to your home wireless network and Selected remotely using the app. Getting started Ensure your home Wi-Fi network is turned on. You will be given step by step guidance on both your appliance and mobile device.
  • Page 28 Maintenance Disconnect the dishwasher from the power supply and allow it to cool before undertaking any cleaning or maintenance. Features 1 Filter 2 Filter plate 3 Lower spray arm Not shown: middle and upper spray arms Cleaning surfaces Wipe with a damp cloth and dry using a lint-free cloth. We do not recommend using the following cleaning aids as they may damage the surfaces: Plastic or stainless steel scouring pads Hand washing liquids or soap...
  • Page 29 Maintenance Removing and cleaning the filter Twist the filter anti-clockwise to release. Lift to remove. Separate the filter cap from the base by pressing the release buttons and lifting. filter cap Do not attempt to remove the filter by force as this may cause damage.
  • Page 30 Maintenance Removing and cleaning the filter plate With the filter removed, carefully lift the filter plate filter plate up and out. Clean under hot water and rinse thoroughly. Replacing the filter plate Slot the filter plate under the locating clips at the rear of the drain and push firmly back into place.
  • Page 31 Maintenance Cleaning the lower spray arm lower spray To remove the lower spray arm, lift it from the base of the dishwasher. Rinse the spray arm thoroughly under running water, then refit. Ensure the arm rotates freely when refitted. Winterizing (cold climates) If the Dishwasher is installed in a cold climate where temperatures fall below zero, we recommend winterizing.
  • Page 32 Troubleshooting Problem Possible cause What to do Ensure the dishwasher is plugged in and No power. the power supply is turned on at the wall. The door is not properly Close the door. closed. Dishwasher Press has not been pressed. will not start Ensure water is connected and turned on.
  • Page 33 Troubleshooting Problem Possible cause What to do Incorrect amount or type of Refer to 'Detergent' or consult the detergent used. detergent manufacturer’s instructions. Too much egg in the wash Increase the amount of detergent. load. Foaming Rinse aid dosage level too Decrease the rinse aid dosage.
  • Page 34 Troubleshooting Problem Possible cause What to do Plastic items Pre-rinse plastic dishes before placing are discoloured in the dishwasher and/or add more Not enough detergent, (e.g. stain left detergent. not pre-rinsed. by tomato Alternatively, using the Rinse program sauce) after adding dishes may minimise staining. The dishwasher Power or water supply Check the power and water supplies.
  • Page 35 Fault codes Problem Possible cause What to do Ensure there is rinse aid in dispenser. If Water marks necessary, increase the rinse aid setting Rinse aid level or dosage left on or try using a wash program with a setting is too low. glasses and higher temperature.
  • Page 36 Standards Test The program has auto-door opening function by Wash programme default. Powder detergent quantities Rinse aid dosage level R1-R4, R3(default) Maximum number of place settings Ensure the upper basket is in its lower most Height adjustment of upper basket position Recommended loading patterns Cutlery/Utensil tray...
  • Page 37 Standards Test The program has auto-door opening function by Wash programme default. Powder detergent quantities 18g main wash Rinse aid dosage level R1-R4, R3(default) Maximum number of place settings Ensure the upper basket is in its high most Height adjustment of upper basket position Recommended loading patterns Upper basket...

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