Fisher & Paykel DD24DTI, DD24DHTI, DD24DI User Manual

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DOUBLE DISHDRAWERTM DISHWASHER
DD24DI, DD24DTI & DD24DHTI models
INSTALLATION GUIDE
US CA
59186 A 08.17
!
WARNING!
Electrical Shock Hazard Before installing the dishwasher, remove the house fuse or open the circuit breaker. If permanently connecting the dishwasher, be sure the power is isolated and the dishwasher unplugged.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS This appliance must be grounded. In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric current. This appliance is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. WARNING - Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or service representative if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is properly grounded.
If the dishwasher is installed as a permanently connected appliance: GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS - This appliance must be connected to a grounded metal, permanent wiring system, or an equipment-grounding conductor must be run with the circuit conductors and connected to the equipment-grounding terminal or lead on the appliance. Do not modify the power supply plug provided with the appliance - if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Do not use an extension cord, adapter plug or multiple outlet box. Failure to follow this advice may result in electrical shock or death.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Installation of this dishwasher requires basic mechanical and electrical skills.
Be sure to leave these Instructions with the Customer.
Installation must comply with your local building, electricity, and plumbing regulations.
At the completion of the dishwasher installation, the Installer must perform the Final Checklist.
Remove all packaging materials supplied with the dishwasher.
This dishwasher is manufactured for indoor use only.
Ensure all water connections are turned OFF. It is the responsibility of the plumber and electrician to ensure that each installation complies with all Codes and Regulations.
The dishwasher MUST be installed to allow for future removal from the enclosure if service is required.
The switched power outlet must be outside the dishwasher cavity, so that it is accessible after installation.
Care should be taken when the appliance is installed or removed to reduce the likelihood of damage to the power supply cord and hoses.
If the dishwasher is to be relocated from one installation to another it must be kept upright to avoid damage from water spillage.
Make sure only new hoses are used for connection (supplied with the dishwasher). Old hoses should not be reused.
Failure to install the dishwasher correctly could invalidate any warranty or liability claims.
If the product is installed in a motor vehicle, boat or similar mobile facility, you must bring the vehicle, boat or mobile facility containing the product to the service shop at your expense or pay the service technician’s travel to the location of the product.
This dishdrawer is intended for connection to the hot-water supply.
Failure to install the dishwasher correctly could invalidate any warranty or liability claims.
!
WARNING!
Fitting integrated front panels requires access to electrical service areas. This work must be performed and certified by a qualified electrical service technician.
Electrical Shock Hazard WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, fire, or injury to persons, the installer must ensure that the dishwasher is completely enclosed at the time of installation. Before fitting the front panels and connecting the ‘knock to pause’ module (if necessary), the installer must ensure that the dishwasher is disconnected from the power supply. After installing the front panels, the installer must ensure that the following components are electrically grounded: the panel bracket and any custom metal component (e.g. handle) that extends past the rubber seal. Failure to follow these warnings may result in electrical shock, injury or fire.
!
WARNING!
Cut Hazard Take care - panel edges are sharp. Failure to use caution could result in injury or cuts.
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Ensure the product is not plugged in when fitting custom panels.
Installation of custom panels requires basic mechanical and electrical skills.
Installation must comply with your local building and electricity regulations.
Failure to install the custom panels correctly could invalidate any warranty or liability claims.
IMPORTANT!
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The models shown in this installation guide may not be available in all markets and are subject to change at any time. For current details about model and specification availability in your country, please go to our website www.fisherpaykel.com or contact your local Fisher & Paykel dealer.
2 PARTS SUPPLIED
Drain hose support (1)
Phillips 5/8” (16mm) screws (9)
Drain hose joiner (1)
for inlet hose (1)
(comes already fitted)
Wire clip (2)
(for securing Drain hose joiner)
Moisture protection tape (1)
(to prevent moisture damage to cabinetry)
Clamp (1)
(for securing Drain hose joiner)
Hexagonal socket for feet adjustment (2) (long & short)
Side mounting bracket kit (A and B) (2) OPTIONAL
Prefinished toekick (1) Rubber washer
Top mounting brackets (2) OPTIONAL
Edge Protector (1)
(If the services hole is through a metal partition, the hole must be protected with the Edge Protector supplied to prevent damage to the power cord or hoses.)
Panel bracket (2) & Knock-to-Pause Module (2)
(shipped fixed to product)
If the Drain hoses supplied are not long enough to reach your services, you must use a Drain Hose Extension Kit P/N 525798 which will extend the drain hoses by 11’ 10” (3.6m). The kit is available from the nearest Fisher & Paykel Authorized Service Center, or Toll free 1.888.936.7872 or www.fisherpaykel.com
Panel mounting screws (12)
Toekick mounting bracket cutting template (1)
(To enable a custom toekick panel to be cut to fit the product profile dependant on the depth of the toekick )
Toekick mounting bracket (1)
(A custom toekick panel of any material with thickness 3/8”- 3/4” (9 - 19mm) can be screwed to the Toekick mounting bracket)
Toekick mounting screws (5)
2
3 OPTIONALLY HARD WIRING PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
3-A REMOVE THE LOWER DRAWER 3-B REMOVE THE ACCESS COVER & REMOVE POWER
To prevent kinked hoses
Either sit the drawer down on the left hand side (recommended) or rotate the drawer clockwise, resting it on its side after removal.
3
1
2
4” (100 mm)
Press the release tabs in on either side and push back to release drawer from runners. Lift drawer off runners.
4
Push drawer runners back in on either side.
4
Push drawer runners back in on either side.
3
Sit the drawer down
3
Rotate the drawer clockwise (max. 90 and rest on side.
Clip
1
Clip
1
Access cover
1 With a flat-bladed screwdriver, push
in the clips and slide out the access cover.
2 Unscrew the electronics module
cover.
3 Carefully pull out the electronics
module and rest on the chassis base out of the way.
4 With a screwdriver, unclip the plastic
harness cover and hinge open.
5 Slide the terminal block cover
sideways to unlock and hinge open to access the terminal block.
6 Unscrew the Live, Neutral and Earth
wires as shown.
7 Unscrew the three screws on the
base as shown and remove the cord
o
)
from the product.
4
6
5
Remove existing power cord
7
2
Electronics module
Terminal Block cover
7
3
3-C TERMINATE MAINS WIRING AS SHOWN AND REPLACE MODULE AND COVERS
8
9
IMPORTANT!
Ensure the mains wires are routed UNDERNEATH all other harness wiring from the electronics module.
3 OPTIONALLY HARD WIRING PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
12
13
11
10
14
8 Fit a suitable cable clamp for the
conduit through the metal knockout.
Ensure wiring is routed through or
under under housing ribs.
9 Screw down the Live, Neutral and
Earth wires correctly.
10 Push the plastic harness cover back
over. It should clip back into place
11 Fold down and slide back the
terminal block cover.
12 Refit the electronics module back
into position, being careful of wiring.
13 Replace the screw securing the
electronics module.
14 Slide the access cover back,
ensuring the 2 clips shown are fully locked in place.
NOTE: Use copper conductors
only.
Before refitting the drawer, ensure the hoses are not twisted and the latches at the rear of each drawer runner are facing forward.
2
3-D REFIT THE DRAWER ONTO THE RUNNERS & CLOSE
Lift or rotate counter-clockwise the drawer back onto the drawer runners on either side.
4” (100 mm)
3
1
Release tab
4
Pull the release tabs forward on both sides 4” (100 mm). Ensure the tabs are fully pulled forward and click into place.
4
H
4 PRODUCT DIMENSIONS
C
G
A
F
J
I
K
L
PROFILEFRONT
M
STANDARD
HEIGHT
MODELS
DD24DI
PRODUCT DIMENSIONS INCHES (MM) INCHES (MM)
Overall height of product
A
B
D
E
N
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PLAN
Overall width of product
B
Overall depth of product
C
Depth of chassis (to back of front drawer panel)
D
Depth of drawer front panel
E
Height of chassis
F
Height of drawer front panels
G
Height of upper drawer front panel
H
Height of lower drawer front panel
I
Ventilation gap between drawer front panels
J
Height of toekick (customisable)
K
Depth from front of drawer panel to front of toekick (adjustable)
L
Height of leveling feet (adjustable)
M
Maximum extension of drawer
N
1
includes 1/16” (2mm) high bracket slots 2 depending on adjustment of leveling feet 3 assuming front panel thickness of 11/16” (18mm)
4
adjustable to match toekick recess on adjoining cabinetry
5
assuming custom toekick panel thickness of 11/16” (18mm); if recess is between 1 15/16”-3 5/16” (50-84mm) deep, the panel will need to be cut out -
see step ‘Custom panel calculations’
1, 2
3
1
4, 5
2
3
32 5/16 - 34 5/8” (820-880) 34 - 36 3/8” (864-924)
23 9/16” (599) 23 9/16” (599)
22 1/2” (571) 22 1/2” (571)
21 3/4” (553) 21 3/4” (553)
5/8” - 13/16” (16-20) 13/16” (20)
31 15/16” (811) 33 11/16” (855)
min. 28 1/4” (717) 29 15/16” (761)
min 15 11/16” (398) min. 17 3/8” (442)
12 1/4” - 14 3/16” (311-360) 12 1/4” - 14 3/16” (311-360)
5/16” (8) 5/16” (8)
2 1/4” - 4 5/8” (58-118) 2 1/4” - 4 5/8” (58-118)
1 9/16” - 3 15/16” (40-100) 1 9/16” - 3 15/16” (40-100)
3/8 - 2 11/16” (9-69) 3/8 - 2 11/16” (9-69)
21 7/16” (545) 21 7/16” (545)
TALL
HEIGHT
MODELS
DD24DTI
DD24DHTI
P
5 CABINETRY DIMENSIONS
Q
Bracket slots
PLAN
STANDARD
HEIGHT
MODELS
DD24DI
CABINETRY DIMENSIONS INCHES (MM) INCHES (MM)
Inside height of cavity* min. 32 5/16” (820) min. 34” (864)
O
Inside width of cavity 23 5/8” (600) 23 5/8” (600)
P
Inside depth of cavity min. 22 1/16” (560) min. 22 1/16” (560)
Q
Recommended height of adjacent cabinet space 30” (762) 30” (762)
R
Height of toekick space*
S
* depending on adjustment of leveling feet
2 3/8 - 4 3/4” (60-120) 3 15/16” - 6 5/16” (100-160)
TALL
HEIGHT
MODELS
DD24DTI
DD24DHTI
R
O
S
PROFILE
Minimum clearances from adjacent cabinetry
min. 1/2” (13 mm) clearance from a corner cupboard
min. 1/16” (2 mm) clearance to adjacent cupboard door
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6 CUSTOM DRAWER PANEL SPECIFICATIONS
FRONT PANEL MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS
5/8 - 13/16” (16 - 20mm) panel thickness.
Adequately sealed to withstand moisture (122OF/50OC @ 80% RH) Because of it being a hot and wet environment generally, the back and sides of the panel should be completely sealed with a waterproof vapor barrier (ie polyurethane) to prevent damage to the panel.
The back of the panel (including any integrated handle) should be completely flush so that the seal between the panel and the rubber trim is maintained.
Installation outside these specs may result in condensation on cabinetry surfaces.
Maximum weight of each panel: 20lb (9kg)
The following calculations assume the top of the upper panel is aligned with the top of the adjacent cabinetry. The final panel/cabinetry alignment is achieved by adjusting the feet:
WIDTH OF ALL PANELS
Measure A (the width between adjacent door/drawer fronts) and write it in the first box below, then complete the equation.
Note: The ‘upper panel extension’ B allows for the top of the upper panel to extend above the chassis where required, however a min. 1/16” (2mm) gap to the countertop must be maintained.
min. 1/16”
(2mm)
B
Clearance to adjacent
A
cabinet front
- 2x =
(min. 1/16” (2mm))
HEIGHT OF THE UPPER PANEL
Minimum height
DD24DI models:
15 11/16”
DD24DTI/DD24DHTI models:
17 3/8”
Note: The ‘upper panel extension’ B allows for the top of the upper panel to extend above the chassis where required, however a min. 1/16” (2mm) gap to the countertop must be maintained.
HEIGHT OF THE LOWER PANEL
Measure C (door/drawer height (or equivalent)) and write it in the first box below, then complete the equation.
(398mm)
(442mm)
Upper Panel extension
+
(0”/0mm recommended)
B
C
DD24DI models:
(min 28 1/4” (717mm) +
DD24DTI/DD24DHTI models:
(min 30” (762mm) +
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B)
Height of
Upper Panel
--
B)
Ventilation Gap
(min. 5/16” (8mm))
(23 7/16”-24 3/16” (596-615mm))
WIDTH OF PANEL
HEIGHT OF
UPPER PANEL
=
HEIGHT OF
LOWER PANEL
=
(min. 12 1/4” (311mm))
min. 1/16” (2mm)
C
A
UPPER PANEL
LOWER PANEL
TOEKICK PANEL
WIDTH OF ALL PANELS
min. 1/16” (2mm)min. 1/16” (2mm)
HEIGHT OF UPPER PANEL
Ventilation Gap (min. 5/16” (8mm))
HEIGHT OF LOWER PANEL
7 CUSTOM TOEKICK PANEL SPECIFICATIONS
TOEKICK PANEL MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS
min. 3/8” (9mm) panel thickness if using supplied screws
Adequately sealed to withstand moisture (122OF/50OC @ 80% RH)
You may choose to affix your custom toekick panel either by screwing it or gluing it to the supplied mounting bracket.
HEIGHT OF THE TOEKICK PANEL
Measure D (height from the top of adjacent cabinet door fronts to the floor) and write it in the first box below, then complete the equation.
D
B
Upper Panel
extension
(0”/0mm
recommended)
height from top
of product to
toekick panel
mounting point
DD24DI models:
29 1/2”
31 1/4”
(750mm)
DD24DTI/DD24DHTI models:
(794mm)
Clearance to floor
(min. 1/2” (12mm))
HEIGHT OF
TOEKICK PANEL
=-- -
(min. 2 1/4” (58))
Toekick Depth
Depth is measured from FRONT of door panel (assuming thickness ~ 11/16” (18mm) to front face of custom toekick label
NO CUTOUT
CUSTOM TOEKICK PANEL
For a Toekick Depth
1 9/16” (40mm)
Height from top of product to toekick panel mounting point
DD24DI models:
D
29 1/2”
DD24DTI/DD24DHTI models:
31 1/4”
(750mm)
(794mm)
Toekick mounting bracket
cutting template:
PROFILE A
CUSTOM TOEKICK PANEL
For a Toekick Depth
1 9/16” - 3 7/16”
(40mm - 88mm)
Toekick mounting bracket
1 9/16” (40mm)
1 9/16” - 3 7/16” (40mm - 88mm)
cutting template:
PROFILE B
CUSTOM TOEKICK PANEL
HEIGHT OF TOEKICK PANEL
Clearance to floor (min. 1/2” (12mm))
For a Toekick Depth
3 7/16” - 3 15/16”
(88mm - 100mm)
3 7/16” - 3 15/16” (88mm - 100mm)
8
COUNTERTOP
3/8” (10 mm)
Moisture protection tape must be applied.
8 CAVITY PREPARATION
IMPORTANT!
The power outlet must be located in a cabinet adjacent to the dishwasher cavity. 110-120 VAC max. 15 A
Water Connection
Recommended HOT (Maximum 140°F/60°C).
Supplied hose to suit 3⁄8” (9 mm) male compression fitting.
These marks indicate formed bracket screw locations, if securing by drawer removal.
If there is no side partition, you can construct timber bracing as something to secure into.
Services hole
Can be located either side of dishwasher, preferably at the bottom of the cavity, as shown. If adequate clearance, services hole can be made higher to clear toekick space. If hole is higher, ensure drain hose(s) are routed straight into the waste connection.
If the hole is through wood, make sure its edges are smooth and rounded.
If the hole is through metal, ensure you fit the supplied Edge Protector to prevent damage to the power cord.
9
ø max. 1 1/2” (38 mm)
max. 17 11⁄16” (450 mm)
Water Pressure
Water softener models
Max. 1 MPa (145 psi) Min. 0.1 MPa (14.5 psi)
Models without water softener
Max. 1 MPa (145 psi) Min. 0.03 MPa (4.3 psi)
Kosher requirements
Drains will need to be separated to satisfy kosher requirements. We suggest you confirm acceptability with your local rabbi in respect to kosher installations.
min. 7 7⁄8” (200 mm)
9 MAXIMUM DISTANCE OF HOSES & CORD FROM CHASSIS EDGE
LEFT HAND SIDE RIGHT HAND SIDE
Drain hoses - 78 1/2” (2000mm)
Inlet hose - 64 3/4” (1650mm)
Power cord (excl.plug) - 29 1/2” (750mm)
Drain hoses - 70 1/2” (1800mm)
Inlet hose - 49” (1250mm)
Power cord (excl.plug) - 27 1/2” (700mm)
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NOW CHOOSE WHICH INSTALLATION METHOD (A) OR (B)
IS MORE SUITABLE FOR YOUR CABINETRY...
!0 RECOMMENDED METHOD (A) - SECURE WITHOUT DRAWER REMOVAL (FRAMELESS CABINETRY ONLY)
!0-A ATTACH SIDE MOUNTING BRACKETS !1-A PULL THROUGH HOSES & PUSH INTO THE CAVITY
Clip all four side mounting brackets into their slots using a flat-bladed screwdriver. Ensure they’re securely fitted before sliding product into cavity.
AB
optionally attach the two top mounting brackets
(x2)
Initially level the product
When fitting brackets, ensure the ends are not pushed down into the chassis.
B
A
A
B
A
The mounting slots are in pairs, one on each side diagonally across the product. A bracket must match A slot and B bracket must match B slot.
When fitting brackets, ensure the ends are not pushed down into the chassis.
11
B
You can raise or lower the product by twisting the feet. Then take care when pushing the product into the cavity that you do not bend the feet.
As you push product in, pull through hoses and cord, ensuring they don’t get kinked or twisted.
!2-A SECURE TO THE CABINETRY ON THE SIDES
!3-A OPTIONALLY SECURE TO THE CABINETRY ABOVE
Using a small
Philips screwdriver,
screw through the
trim moulding,
securing the side
mounting bracket
to the cabinetry.
Do not damage
the rubber
trimseal.
Open the
drawer halfway.
Using a flat
bladed
screwdriver,
prise the gray
rubber plug out
of the trim
moulding.
2
Repeat for all four brackets.
1
Replace the gray rubber plug back into the trim moulding and ensure the trim seal is facing forward.
The top mounting brackets will only
(x2)
bend upwards a maximum of 3⁄8” (10 mm).
3
!4-A AFTER SECURING, REFER TO ‘FIT THE SUPPLIED TOEKICK PANEL’ STEP
12
!0 ALTERNATIVE METHOD (B) - SECURE BY DRAWER REMOVAL
!0-B PULL THROUGH HOSES & PUSH INTO THE CAVITY !1-B REMOVE THE LOWER DRAWER
optionally attach the two top mounting brackets
(x2)
Initially level the product
You can raise or lower the product by twisting the feet. Then take care when pushing the product into the cavity that you do not bend the feet.
13
When fitting brackets, ensure the ends are not pushed down into the chassis.
As you push product in, pull through hoses and cord, ensuring they don’t get kinked or twisted.
1
2
4” (100mm)
Press the release tabs in on either side and push back to release drawer from runners. Lift drawer off runners.
To prevent kinked hoses
Either sit the drawer down on the left hand side (recommended) or rotate the drawer clockwise, resting it on its side after removal.
3
4
Push drawer runners back in on either side.
Sit the drawer down
3
4
Push drawer runners back in on either side.
Rotate the drawer clockwise (max. 90 and rest on side.
o
)
!2-B SECURE TO THE CABINETRY ON THE SIDES !3-B OPTIONALLY SECURE TO THE CABINETRY ABOVE
For further adjustment, using the most appropriate length Hexagonal socket supplied, fully extend levelling feet up to required distance by hand.
Secure using two pairs of formed brackets. Repeat on the other side of the chassis.
(x2)
The top mounting brackets will only bend upwards a maximum of 3⁄8” (10 mm).
x4
Before refitting the drawer, ensure the hoses are not twisted and the latches at the rear of each drawer runner are facing forward.
Hexagonal socket
2
Ensure product is level and aligning with cabinetry.
1
!4-B REFIT THE DRAWER ONTO THE RUNNERS
Lift or rotate counterclockwise the drawer back onto the drawer runners on either side.
3
4
4” (100mm)
Pull the release tabs forward on both sides 4” (100mm). Ensure the tabs are fully pulled forward and click into place.
Release tab
14
!5 INSTALLING CUSTOM FRONT DRAWER PANELS
1
1
!5-B REMOVE BOTH PANEL BRACKETS FROM PRODUCT
WARNING!
Side Pin
1
Remove side pins and gently pull off the panel bracket slightly.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Before continuing, ensure that the product is disconnected from the power supply. Failure to follow this warning may result in electrical shock, injury or fire.
2
1
!5-B REMOVE THE KNOCK-TO-PAUSE MODULE
Knock-to-Pause module
Repeat for the other drawer.
1 Disconnect the Earth Wire
from the bracket
2 Unplug the knock sensor
from the controller.
Repeat for the other drawer.
15
Remove the Knock-to-Pause module from the back of the bracket.
Repeat for the other bracket.
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