Smeg ADP8242 Dishwasher User Manual

Installation 1
Your brand new dishwasher complies with stringent EEC specifications and is fully compatible
with any 600mm deep kitchen units. If you are reasonably handy at DIY, installing your
dishwasher should be relatively straight forward as long as you stick to the following guidelines.
If you have any doubts about installing this product we suggest you seek professional advice.
Connection to a Water Supply
Your dishwasher has been specially designed to heat its own water. This means that you'll only
have to pay to heat water actually consumed by the appliance. What's more, the dishwashing
process itself is designed with economy in mind. Within each cycle, hot water is filtered and re-
circulated many times before being expelled as waste.
We recommend that your dishwasher is permanently plumbed in to the cold water supply. To do
so, connect the pipe with its 3/4" BSP female connector to a suitably threaded tap. Always run
water through the pipe before connection to remove any debris. Ensure that there are no kinks
in the tube and always fit the black rubber filter supplied with the dishwasher at the appliance
inlet connection.
Connection to Waste Pipe
The discharge hose is at the back of your dishwasher. On no account shorten this pipe and
always ensure it hangs vertically.
Plumb the pipe into a waste outlet between 320 and 800mm above floor level. This outlet
should be at least 40mm in diameter, providing an air break, and ensuring an efficient flow of
On no account seal the waste pipe as this can create a suction effect in the wrong direction.
Plumb in your dishwasher as illustrated below.
Your dishwasher has a capacity of 12 full place settings. That's 12 of everything-dinner, soup,
side and dessert plates plus the accompanying cutlery and selection of saucepans, so you
shouldn't be short of space.
Before you start
Check the salt rinse-aid levels and make sure that you've added sufficient detergent.
The electrical supply, water supply and drain should NOT be positioned directly
behind the appliance. When the appliance is located and fixed in position it must be
possible to switch off and disconnect both electrical and water supplies.