Before you start
Safety and compliance
These instructions are intended as a guide only. It is the responsibility of the installer to ensure that
installation complies with applicable regulations and local government by-laws.
Installation must be performed by a suitably qualiﬁed person. Incorrect installation or malfunctioning
resulting from incorrect installation are not covered by warranty.
Carefully read through the ‘Safety and warnings’ section of this document.
The dishwasher must not be connected to the electrical supply while it is being installed. Ensure all
domestic wiring is properly earthed.
If an old appliance is being replaced, make sure it is disposed of properly. To avoid children getting
trapped or injured while playing with an old appliance, ensure you remove any doors, door locks and
cables from it.
In order to ensure that the dishwasher is stable, it must be installed under a continuous surface which is
attached to adjacent cupboards.
Unpacking and handling
Check packaging and dishwasher for signs of transport damage. If the dishwasher is in any way
damaged, do not install it. Contact the dealer the dishwasher was purchased from.
Disposal of packaging: some of the packaging is recyclable. Check the symbols and labels and recycle if
Never lift the dishwasher from the door handle or the top panel. Doing so may cause damage. Always
be careful with the hoses and power cord at the back of the dishwasher. Careful handling will prevent
damage and malfunction from squashing, kinking or cuts.
While installing the dishwasher, check the drain hose is not restricted or kinked.
Connections and services
Check that the power cord is long enough to reach the outlet. If it isn’t, it must be replaced by a Haier
authorised technician. Extension cords or multi-outlet power boards should not be used to connect
the dishwasher to the power supply.
Check that the hoses are long enough to reach the services. If a hose needs extending, ensure that the
extension hose is new and of equal quality and diameter to the one already ﬁtted.
Note: the drain hose should not be longer than 4 m, as a longer drain hose will cause reduced
The dishwasher should not be connected to a water system where the temperature exceeds 60°C, or
where there is no temperature control, e.g. wetback system, unless the system is ﬁtted with a suitable
The dishwasher must not be connected to an undersink high-pressure “push-through” type hot water
system, as damage to the system will result.