User Manual Bosch SMS66JI01A 6 free-standing dishwasher 60 cm Stainless Steel

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User Manual Dishwasher

Getting to know your appliance

Control panel

  1. ( On/off ) switch
  2. Programme buttons **
  3. Door opener
  4. Time preselection
  5. Additional functions/programme buttons **
  6. START button
  7. Display "Check water supply"
  8. Rinse aid refill indicator
  9. Display window

* depending on the features of your dishwasher

** number depending on the features of your dishwasher

Appliance interior

20. Top basket

21. Knife rack *

22. Tablet collecting tray

23. Upper spray arm

24. Lower spray arm

25. Filters

26. Cutlery basket *

27. Bottom basket

28. Dispenser for rinse aid

29. Detergent dispenser

30. Lock for detergent dispenser

31. Rating plate

* depending on the features of your dishwasher

Overview of menu

The dishwasher has been preset with certain settings for your convenience. The settings can be found in the individual chapters. You can change these factory settings.

Setting up

Factory setting


Rinse aid

Amount of rinse aid affects drying. When using Multitabs, select setting 0.


/ OffImproved drying for glasses and plastic tableware.

Hot water *

/ OffThe dishwasher can be connected to either hot (40-60°C) or cold water (<40°C).

Auto Power Off

Appliance automatically switches off at the end of each wash.

* depending on the configuration of your specific dishwasher

Rinse aid

Rinse ai dThe rinse aid ensures stain-free dishes and clear glasses. Use only rinse aid for domestic dishwashers. As soon as the rinse aid refill indicator lights up in the control panel, there is still a rinse aid reserve of 1-2 rinse cycles. Top up the rinse aid.

Top up the rinse aid as follows:

1. Open dispenser press lug on the lid (1) and lift (2).

2. Add rinse aid up to the max. mark.

3. Close the lid. The lid "clicks" into position.

4. Remove overflowed rinse aid with a cloth. This prevents excessive frothing during the next rinse cycle.

Setting amount of rinse aid

You can set the amount of rinse aid that should be added to a value between and . Setting the amount of rinse aid to be dispensed to will give you a very good drying result. The factory setting is .Do not change the amount of rinse aid unless there are streaks or water stains on the utensils. Set a lower level to avoid streaks. Set a higher level to avoid water stains.

Here’s how to set the amount of rinse aid:

1. Switch on ON/OFF switch .

2. Hold down the programme button and then repeatedly press the START button until ... appears in the display window.

3. Release both buttons.

4. Press the programme button repeatedly until the factory setting value appears in the display window .

5. Press the programme button . Each time the button is pressed, the set value increases by one level; when it reaches the value the display jumps back to (Off).

6. Press START button . The set value is saved.

Using detergent with a rinse aid component

In general, you can use detergent with a rinse aid component up to a water hardness level of 21 °dH (37 °fH, 26 °Clark, 3.7 mmol/L) without adding rinse aid. Above a water hardness value of 21 °dH, use additional rinse aid.

Switching off rinse aid refill indicator

If the rinse aid refill indicator bothers you (e.g. if you are using a combination detergent with a rinse aid component), you can switch off the rinse aid refill indicator.

Proceed as described under "Setting rinse aid quantity" and set the level to. The rinse aid refill indicator is switched off.


Not suitable

  • Cutlery and utensils made of wood.
  • Delicate decorative glasses, craft, and antique utensils. These decors are not dishwasher-proof.
  • Plastic parts not resistant to heat.
  • Copper and tin utensils.
  • Utensils which are soiled with ash, wax, lubricating grease or ink.

Aluminum and silver parts have a tendency to discolor and fade during the wash cycle. Even some types of glass (e.g. crystal glass objects) may turn cloudy after many wash cycles.

Glass and utensil damage


■ Glass type and glass production process.

■ Chemical composition of the detergent.

■ Water temperature of the wash programme.


■ Use only glasses and porcelain which the manufacturer designates as dishwasher-proof.

■ Use a detergent which protects utensils.

■ Take glass and cutlery out of the dishwasher as soon as possible after the programme ends.

Loading the dishwasher

1. Remove large food remnants. It is not necessary to prerinse utensils under running water.

2. Place the utensils so that

– they are secure and cannot tip over.

– all utensils with their openings face down.

– parts with curves or indentations are at an angle, thereby allowing water to drain.

– does not obstruct rotation of the two spray arms 1: and 1B.

Very small utensils should not be washed in the machine, as they may fall out of the baskets.

Upper basket

Arrange cups and glasses in the upper basket .

* depending on the features of your dishwasher

Note: Utensils must not be placed above the tablet collecting tray . These may block the lid of the detergent dispenser and prevent it from opening fully.

Lower basket

Arrange pots and plates in the lower basket .