FCS 725C
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For the user
For the installer
Important safety information
Technical specifications
Unpacking the machine
Your new washing machine
Description of the appliance
- Damages
- When lifting the machine
- Transit locking devices
- Machine front, Machine rear
- Control panel
Hints & Tips
Programme chart
Using the appliance
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- Starting a wash programme
- Changing a wash programme
- Interrupting a programme
- Cancelling a programme
- Opening the door when the programme
has started
- At the end of the programme
Maintenance and cleaning
- The cabinet
- The detergent dispenser
- Inside the opening for the detergent dispenser
- Cleaning inside the machine
- Protecting the machine against freezing
If the machine is not working
- Service and spare parts
Guide to use the instruction book
The following symbols will be found in the text to guide you throughout the instructions:
Safety instructions
Step by step instructions
Hints and tips
Environmental information
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- Levelling the machine
- Water inlet
- Water discharge
- Electrical connection
Important safety information
Before installing and first using the washing machine, read this instruction booklet carefully, including it’s hints
and warnings. To avoid unnecessary mistakes and accidents, it is important to ensure that all people using
the washing machine are thoroughly familiar with it’s operation and safety features. Save these instructions
and make sure they remain with the washing machine if it is moved or sold, so that everyone using it through
it’s life can be properly informed on appliance use and safety.
Installation and service
During Use
All packaging and transit locking devices must be
removed before the machine is first used. If they
are not, the result may be damage to the machine
or other property. See the section ”Transit locking
This machine is intended only for normal domestic
washing and only in accordance with these instructions. If it is used for other purposes, there is a risk
that this may cause personal injury or damage to
All installation and service work done on the product
must be carried out by a qualified technician in accordance with these instructions. Work performed by
persons with inadequate knowledge may adversely
affect the satisfactory functioning of the product and
may cause personal injury or damage. Before any
work is carried out on the machine, it must be isolated
from the electrical supply, by unplugging the power
cord or removing the fuse.
Only machine-washable items should be washed in
the machine. If in doubt, contact the manufacturer or
retailer of the item.
Follow the recommendations of the care label and make
sure that pockets are empty and zips and buttons are
done up before washing.
The machine is heavy, so take care when lifting it.
Never lift the machine by gripping it’s control panel,
door, or detergent dispenser.
Objects such as coins, safety pins, nails, screws and
other hard objects can cause serious damage to the
machine. Make sure that all pockets have been emptied
before putting garments into the machine.
Avoid installing the machine in a room where there is
no waste gully (floor drain) set into the floor.
Remove stains such as rust, dye, ink and grass before
Avoid washing clothes which are frayed or excessively worn.
Wash small items such as thin socks, garment ties/
laces, lace items etc. in a special laundry net to prevent
them from getting between the inner and outer drums.
Items which have been treated with chemicals such
as stain removal products, liquid domestic cleaning
products and similar must be rinsed thoroughly by
hand before they can be washed in the machine.
Underwired bras, if washed in the machine at all,
should be washed in a laundry net.
Only use detergents specially designed for washing
Always follow the recommendations of the manufacturers of detergent and fabric conditioner concerning the quantities of these products to use. Using
too much can damage your laundry items.
Do not overload the drum. Overloading impairs the
machine's performance and can damage laundry items.
Before opening the door always check that the water
has been pumped out of the machine.
Do not leave the premises while the machine is operating.
After using the machine, turn off it’s water supply and
disconnect it from the power supply. When removing
the electrical plug, grip the plug, not the lead.
Leave the door ajar when the machine is not in use,
to prevent any stale odour.
Make sure that the machine is disconnected from the
power supply during cleaning and maintenance work.
The power cord must be plugged into an earthed
socket, which need to be easily accessible.
Permanent installation must only be carried out by
an authorized electrician.
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
a special cord or assembly available from the manufacturer’s service agent.
Make sure that the power cord is not nipped or otherwise damaged and that the hoses do not get crushed
or kinked when moving the machine in connection
with installation or cleaning etc.
When the machine location is on carpet floors, attention
must be paid so as to ensure that there is no obstruction
to the bottom vents.
Servicing and possible repairs must be carried out by
a service company authorised by the manufacturer.
Use only spare parts supplied by these. Never try to
repair the machine yourself.
Child Safety
The machine should be used by adults only. Do not
let children play with the controls or other parts of it.
Remember that the plastic bags included in the
packaging can be fatal playthings for small children.
Before loading the machine, check that there are no
foreign objects or pets inside the drum.
When the machine is operating, the door glass will
get hot, so it should not be touched. Keep children
away from the machine when it is operating.
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- the packing material:
- energy saving tips:
To save water, energy and help protect the environment,
we recommend that you follow these hints:
Never leave packaging material in a place
where children may play with it.
All materials used in packaging this machine are environmentally-friendly. The various plastics used are identified
and can be recycled:
PE stands for polyethylene, which is used for the
bag around the machine and the bag in which
these instructions were supplied.
PS stands for polystyrene (in this case moulded
polystyrene), which is used for the sections of
packaging needed to cushion the machine in
The washing machine is especially economical when
you fully utilise the stated filling quantities.
Adjust the quantity of washing detergent according to
the hardness of the water, the amount of laundry and
the degree of soiling.
A programme without pre wash is sufficient for normally
soiled laundry.
For small amounts of washing, use only half to two
thirds the recommended amount of washing detergent.
Suitable pretreatment enables stains and small amounts
of dirt to be removed. You can then wash at a lower
The cardboard components of the packaging are made
from recyclable paper and should be taken to a collection
point for recycling.
- the old appliance:
The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates
that this product may not be treated as household waste.
Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection
point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will
help prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health, which could otherwise be
caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product.
For more detailed information about recycling of this product,
please contact your local city office, your household waste
disposal service or the shop where you purchased the
Your new washing machine
Your new washing machine meets all modern requirements for effective treatment of laundry with low water,
energy and detergent consumption.
The programme selector combines the function of
programme and temperature selection, making it
easier to set the programme.
Programme progress display shows current phase
of the selected programme.
The automatic cooling of the washing water from
90 °C to 60 °C before draining will reduce thermal
shock to fabrics, helping to prevent creasing.
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The special wool programme with it’s new delicate
wash system treats your woollens with extreme care.
The unbalance detection system discover and
prevents vibrations caused by incorrect distribution
of the laundry during the spin cycle.
The ECO valve makes the full use of detergent
possible and saves energy by lower water consumption.
Description of the appliance
Machine front
Control panel
Door latch
2 Adjustable feet
Machine rear
Transit locking
Electrical lead
Discharge hose
Inlet hose, cold fill
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Description of the appliance
Control panel
2 3 4 5 6 7
1 Detergent dispenser
3 Button ”Super Rinse”
With separate compartments for detergent and fabric
conditioner. The detergent is poured in the larger
compartment on the left marked with the symbol
and the fabric conditioner in the smaller one on the right
marked with the symbol
When pressing this button, the machine will perform 2
additional rinses. Can be used with all programmes
except for the wool and hand wash programmes.
Pre wash detergent is to be added straight into
the drum.
4 Button ”Pre wash”
Programme option buttons
Depending on the programme, different functions can be
combined. They must be selected after the requested
programme has been choosen and before depressing the
Start/Pause button .
When any of these buttons are depressed, the corresponding indicator lamp comes on. When pressed again,
the indicator lamp goes out.
If an incorrect option is selected, the corresponding
indicator lamp flashes for about 2 seconds.
2 Button ”Quick”
Recommended for people with sensitive skin, or
in areas with very soft water.
If the laundry is heavily soiled, you can choose a programme with pre wash. Before the main wash the machine
then run a pre wash up to 30° C. The washing time will
be prolonged approx. 20 minutes.
The pre wash ends with a short spin in the programmes
for cotton and synthetic laundry. In the programme for
delicate laundry the water is only drained.
The pre-wash option is not available for the wool
and hand wash programmes.
5 Button ”Easy iron”
Selecting this button, the laundry is gently washed and
spun to avoid any creasing. In this way ironing is easier.
Furthermore the machine will perform 6 rinses insted of
3 for cotton and 4 rinses instead of 3 for synthetics.
”Extra quick”
If you press this button, you can choose between 2
different options.The relevant lamp comes on.
Quick: Short programme for lightly soiled white-/
coloured and synthetic laundry. The washing time will
be reduced approx. 10 minutes. Max. recommended
temperature 60°C.
Extra Quick: Very short programme for lightly soiled
laundry, except for wool. The washing time will be
reduced approx. 30 minutes for cotton and by 20
minutes for synthetics. The machine will perform 1
rinse less.
These options can not be choosen together with
the economy programme 60E and neither with the
wool, delicate or hand wash programmes.
The washing time will be reduced depending on
the type of material and the selected temperature.
Recommended load for cotton is 2 kg.
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Ths options can be choosen for cotton and
synthetic fabrics.
6 Button ”Start/Pause”
”Rinse Hold”, when selecting this position the
water of the last rinse is not drained to prevent
the laundry from creasing. The lights ”End” and
”Locked” on the programme progress display are
lit when the programme is finished and indicating
that the water must be drained before the door
can be opened.
This button has two functions:
Start: Press the button in order to start the required
programme. The corresponding indicator lamp
is lit. The indicator lamp for ”Locked” in the programme progress display is lit and the door is
To drain the water:
Pause: To interrupt a programme which is running, press
the button. The corresponding indicator lamp
starts to flash. To continue the programme, press
the button again.
1. Turn the programme selector to the ”Reset”
2. Choose the programme ”Drain”
or ”Spin” .
You can reduce the spin speed by turning the
7 Programme progress display
When you select a wash programme, the light corresponding to the various phases of the programme goes on.
When the programme has started, the display will allways
show which section of the choosen programme the
machine is performing, or if is finished.
3. Press in the Start/Pause button.
9 Programme selector
The selector is divided into 5 sections:
= pre wash/main wash
= rinses
= spin
Special programmes
= end
= locked
: the light comes on when the machine is performing
the washing phase (main wash). If you have choosen
the ”Pre wash” option by pressing that button, the light
will be on during the pre wash phase too.
: end of programme.
: the light indicates if the door can be opened:
the light is lit: the door can not be opened
the light is out: the door can be opened
● the light flashes: the door can soon be opened
8 Spin speed or function
With this selector you can reduce the final spin speed or
select the
”No spin” option. The speeds are applied
for the ”white-” and ”coloured” programmes.
The position 700 is equivalent to 700 rpm/min.
The position 500 is equivalent to 500 rpm/min for the
synthetic and wool programmes and 450 rpm/ min for
the delicate wash programme.
Turn the programme selector clockwise or anticlockwise
to select the programme and temperature according to
the care label, or one of the special programmes.
”No spin”, by selecting this option all the spinning
phases are excluded. To be used for extremely
delicate material. The machine will add 3 extra
rinses to the cotton programmes and 1 extra rinse
to the synthetic programmes.
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= cold, the water is not heated
= resets, cancels the programme, switches the
machine off.
If you turn the programme selector to an other
programme when the machine is working, the
lights in the programme progress display starts
to flash. The machine will not perform the new
selected programme.
When the programme is finished, the programme selector must be turned back to the
reset position.
Hints & Tips
Sorting the laundry
How much laundry per load?
Do not allow moist laundry to lay for any longer period
of time. Moist laundry becommes mouldy and begin
to smell. The mould stains can not be removed.
Since it’s difficult to weigh the laundry we suggest that
you appriciate the weight by looking to see how full the
drum is.
It’s not recommended to mix coloured with white
Cotton and linen: Full drum, but not too tightly packed.
New coloured garments often contain surplus dye. It
is best to wash such items separately the first time.
Linen can be washed as ”cotton” or ”synthetic” but
spin only briefly otherwise the fibres will brake.
Iron free materials such as polyester/cotton should be
washed as ”synthetic”.
Not fragile synthetic materials: No more then 2/3 of
the drum.
Fragile materials, delicate wash and wool: No more
then half full drum.
Before loading the laundry into the machine:
Fragile materials such as acrylic and most curtains
should be washed as ”delicate”.
The wool programme is specially designed for garments
made from 100%, new wool with the label ”Machine
washable”. Other types of wool and mixtures can
shrink, or mat if machine washed.
Treat diffucult stains such as grass, rust, tar, paint
and ink before washing. To remove stains from paint
can solvents like terpentine be used. In this case the
garments must be rinsed thoroughly before they can
be washed in the machine.
All tears and holes repaired.
Lose buttons resown.
Zips are done up.
Empty and close all pockets. Objects such as coins,
safety pins, nails, screws and other hard objects can
cause serious damage to the machine and the laundry.
These types of damages are not covered by guarantee.
Weight examples of laundry items
(dry items)
To help you load your washing machine correctly, here
are some weight examples of average garments and
items. These are based on cotton goods.
The manufacture is not responsible for any damage
caused by the use of any solvents or flammable
We recommend that you wash white cotton at 60°C
instead of 90°C.
Never wash linen at any temperature higher then
60°C, because the fabric then becommes burled.
Fast coloured garments normally requires 60°C, but
if the garments are not heavily soilded, they will be
clean at 40°C.
White and coloured synthetic materials can normally
be washed at 60°C, but often it’s enough with 40°C, if
the garments are not heavily soilded.
Non-fast coloured garments and fragile materials
should never be washed at any temperature higher
then 40°C.
Duvet cover
Towel (Terry)
Underpants (long)
~1.2 kg
~0.7 kg
~0.5 kg
~0.1 kg
~0.2 kg
~0.2 kg
~0.2 kg
~0.2 kg
~0.1 kg
~0.3 kg
~0.2 kg
~0.1 kg
If your water supply is harder than 7° dH, you should descale your washing machine at least once every three
Allways check the care label, so that the garment
is washed at the right temperature. The garment
can be discoloured if it’s washed at a higher
temperature then what is recommended.
1. Use approx. 150 ml of citric acid instead of detergent.
2. Run the wash programme with the highest
temperature without any laundry.
Limescale deposits on components such as
the machine's heating element will reduce
their service life.
Contact your water company to find out the
hardness level of your local water supply.
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Detergent and fabric conditioner
Good washing result depends on among other things of
the choice of detergent and the correct dosage. Too low
dosage can cause resoiling in the form of grey burls, brown
discolouration from the drum and odour in the machine.
Too much detergent has a negative impact on the environment. Even biodegradable detergents contains substances which can disturb the balance of the environment.
This washing machine has a washing system which uses
a minimum amount of water in order to make the laundry
clean. It is therefore a risk that the detergent will not desolve and residues can be found on the garments after
the programme is finished if a dosing device is used.
Pre-wash detergent is to be added straight into
the drum.
Liquid detergent
Use only good-quality detergents which are
intended for use in automatic washing
To determ how much to use, follow the detergent manufacturer's recommendations, taking into account the size
of the wash load, the degree of soiling and the hardness
of your water supply. If you live in an area with hard water,
see the section ”Descaling”. If the water hardness level
is unknown, your local water company should be able to
inform you.
Pour the detergent into the left-hand compartment of the
detergent dispenser before the programme is started.
Special types of detergents are available for coloureds,
delicates and wool.
A suitable liquid detergent can be used instead of powder
detergent for programmes with low or medium wash
temperatures. In these cases you must choose a programme without pre-wash. Pour the liquid detergent into
the detergent compartment immediately before you start
the programme.
Fabric conditioner
If you are using fabric conditioner, pour it into the righthand compartment of the detergent dispenser. Fabric
conditioner is particularly useful if the load will later be
dried in a tumble dryer, as it counteracts static electricity.
Follow the manufacturer’s dosage instructions.
Never fill the compartment for fabric conditioner higher than the marked maximum level.
Do not put the detergent manufacturer’s
dosing device/ball into the drum. Pour the
detergent into the detergent compartment
Textile care labelling
These are the commonest symbols used on garments and textiles, plus brief explanations.
normal wash
90° wash
60° wash
40° wash
30° wash
hand wash only do not wash in water
delicate wash
may be bleached in cold water
do not bleach
ironing max. 200°
ironing max. 150°
ironing max. 100°
do not iron
dry cleaning in all
dry cleaning in perchlorethylene, petrol, pure
alcohol, R 111 & R 113
dry cleaning in petrol,
pure alcohol and R 113
do not dry-clean
normal temp.
low temp.
dry flat
drip dry
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can be tumble-dried
do not tumble-dry
Programme chart
Cotton 3.0 kg dry load weight
Synthetics and Delicate 1.5 kg, Handwash 1.0 kg dry load weight
Wash programme 90°C
without pre wash.
3 rinses and spin
max. 700 rpm/min.
~ 126
Wash programme 60°C
without pre wash.
3 rinses and spin
max. 700 rpm/min.
~ 130
30° 40°
Wash programme 30°,
40° 60°C without pre
wash. 3 rinses and spin
max. 700 rpm/min.
~ 107
Wash programme 60°C
without pre wash.
3 rinses and spin
max. 700 rpm/min.
~ 82
30° 40°
Wash programme 30°,
40°C without pre wash.
3 rinses and spin
max. 700 rpm/min.
~ 67
Wash programme 40°C
without pre wash.
3 rinses and spin
max. 700 rpm/min.
~ 61
Wash programme 30°C
without pre wash.
3 rinses and spin
max. 700 rpm/min.
~ 50
normally soiled
underwear, terry,
tablecloths, towels,
heavily soiled
underwear, anticrease shirts,
lightly soiled
underwear, anticrease shirts,
for fragile items
e.g. net curtains.
for fragile items
which is particularly
sensitive to
machine washing.
Consumption *
heavily soiled
working clothes,
sheets, tablecloths,
underwear, towels.
normally soiled
sheets, towels,
The consumption figures can deviate from the stated figures depending on the water pressure, water hardness,
inlet temperature, room temperature, type and quantity of laundry, the detergent used, fluctuations in the main
voltage and choosen additional functions. The stated figures refers to the highest water temperatures for each
wash programme.
The consumer information on the energy declaration is in accordance with directive EEC 92/75 and refers to
the 60E wash programme for cotton.
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Wool 1.0 kg dry load weight
Special programmes 3.0 kg dry load weight
garments with woolsymbol or marked
with ”Machine
this programme can
be used for rinsing
hand washed
emptying the last
rinse water in programmes with the
rinse hold option.
separate spin for
hand washed
Wash programme Cold,
40°C without pre wash.
3 rinses and spin max.
900 rpm/min.
3 rinses and spin
max. 900 rpm/min.
Consumption *
~ 50
~ 27
Draining and spin
max. 900 rpm/min.
Reset the programme.
Switches the machine
This appliance complies with the following E.E.C. directives:
73/23/EEC, dated 19.02.1973 – low-voltage directive.
89/336/EEC, dated 03.05.1989 (incl. amendment
92/31/EEC) – directive on electromagnetic compatibility.
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Using the appliance
Have you removed all the transit locking devices?
The very first time the machine is used, you should
run a wash programme without any load, to clear any
residues which may have been left by the manufacturing process. Pour approx. 100 ml of detergent
straight into the drum and run a programme at 60°C.
When the programme is finished, the machine will be
ready for use.
Starting a wash programme
Before starting up the machine, check that:
● the door is properly closed
● the appliance is plugged in
● the water supply tap is turned on
To start the machine, proceed as follows:
1. Pull the door latch gently to open the door.
2. Fill the drum evenly with the laundry. Large and
small items can be mixed.
Always try to wash full loads: for maximum load
weights see the programme charts. You should
only reduce the load weight for heavily soiled items
and sensitive materials.
3. Close the door.
4. Pull out the dispenser drawer.
5. Measure out the amount of detergent required and
pour it into the larger compartment on the left (fig 1).
6. Pour fabric softener into the smaller compartment
on the right without exceeding the max. level (fig. 2).
7. Close the drawer.
8. Select the required programme (fig. 3).
9. Turn the spin speed selector to the required
position (fig. 4).
10. Select the required option. The corresponding
light illuminates (fig. 5).
11. Press the Start/Pause button to start the required
wash programme. The indicator lights ”Washing”
and ”Locked” comes on and the programme starts.
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Changing a wash programme
At the end of the programme
The programme can be changed as long as the Start/Pause
button hasn’t been depressed. If the programme has
started, you can only change it by turning the programme
selector to the ”Reset” position and cancel the programme.
Select a new programme and press the Start/Pause button.
The machine stops automatically.
When the ”End” light is lit, the programme is finished.
The light ”Locked” goes out, the door can be opened
and the laundry can be removed.
If you turn the programme selector to another
programme when the machine is running, the
lights in the programme progress display start to
flash. The machine will not perform the new
selected programme.
If the ”Rinse hold” option has been selected, the lights
”End” and ”Locked” continue to be lit to indicate that the
water must be drained before opening the door.
To drain the water:
1. Turn the programme selector to the ”Reset”
Interrupting a programme
Press the Start/Pause button to interrupt a programme
which is running. The corresponding light starts to flash.
After approx. 1 minute the door can be opened. The programme continues when you press the button again.
Cancelling a programme
Turn the programme selector to the ”Reset” position, to
cancel a pre-set programme. Now you can select a new
2. Select the programme ”Draining” or ”Spinning”.
You can reduce the spin speed by turning the
selector to avoid synthetic, wool or other fragile
materials becoming creased.
3. Press in the Start/Pause button.
4. When the light ”Locked” goes out, the door can
be opened and the laundry can be removed.
5. Turn the programme selector to the ”Reset”
Opening the door when the programme
has started
If you do not intend to carry out any more laundry,
turn off the water supply and for safety reasons,
also disconnect the power supply to the machine.
Press the Start/Pause button. The door can be opened
after approx. 1 minute, when the following conditions are
Leave the door ajar, so that the remaining
moisture inside the drum can evaporate and
prevent any musty smells developing.
The water temperature is below 55°C.
● The water level is below the bottom edge of the door.
● The machine doesn’t spin.
If it’s absolutely necessary to open the door and the conditions above have been observed, you must switch the
machine off by turning the programme selector to the
”Reset” position. After approx. 1 minute the door can be
Pay attention that there can be remaining water in
the machine.
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Maintenance and cleaning
The cabinet
Clean the outside surfaces of the appliance using a mild
(non-abrasive) household cleaning product. Finish by removing remaining traces of the product with a damp cloth.
Do not use cleaning products which contain
alcohol (spirits), thinners and similar substances.
The detergent dispenser
In time, residues of detergent and fabric conditioner are
likely to build up inside the detergent dispenser. It should
be cleaned at regular intervals by flushing it out with water.
If necessary, the whole dispenser can be taken out of the
machine for cleaning. You need to pull it firmly outwards,
so that it comes free of a retaining stop (Fig. 1).
To remove the siphon at the inside edge of the dispenser for cleaning, you need to press it inwards and pull it
upwards at the same time (Fig. 2). When you put it back,
press it downwards until you hear a distinct click.
Opening for the detergent dispenser
Detergent residues can also build up inside the opening
for the detergent dispenser. You can use an old toothbrush for cleaning this area (Fig. 3).
When you have finished and put back the dispenser, run
a short programme with no wash load in the machine to
rinse it clean.
Cleaning inside the machine
If you mostly use your machine for low-temperature washes
and/or if you use only very little detergent, you should clean
the inside of the machine about once a month. This will
prevent mould or stale odours from developing. Use the
full recommended quantity of detergent and run a wash
programme at the highest temperature with no wash load
in the machine.
Protecting against freezing
If the washing machine is placed in an environment where
the temperature sometimes falls below 0° C, there is a
risk that the small amount of water which remains inside
the parts of the machine will freeze and damage it.
To prevent this you should:
1. Turn off the water supply and disconnect the
water inlet hose from the supply tap.
2. Select a wash programme, start the machine
and let the programme run for a short time.
5. Select the programme ”Drain” and let that run
until it is finished.
3. Interrupt the programme by turning the programme selector to the ”Reset” position.
4. Place the end of the inlet and discharge hoses
down low, into the waste gully (floor drain) set
into the floor. Make sure that the end of the
hose does not go below the water level in the
gully's (drain's) water trap.
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6. Turn the programme selector to the ”Reset”
The appliance is only to be used and stored
indoors at normal room temperature. The manufacture is not responsible for any frost damage.
If the machine is not working
Before calling out an engineer, please check through the details below because some faults can be rectified easily
without the need to call out an engineer. If an engineer is called to resolve a problem listed below or to repair a fault
caused by incorrect installation or mis-use a charge will be made, even if the appliance is under guarantee.
The machine will not start.
Is the door closed properly?
Have you pressed the Start button?
Is the water tap turned on?
Is the machine plugged in?
Has the fuse blown?
Have you set the programme selector properly?
The machine is not filling with water.
Is the water tap turned on?
Has your domestic water supply been cut off temporarily?
Is the water inlet hose kinked or blocked?
Is the filter inside the inlet hose blocked?
Is the water pressure too low?
The machine is discharging water at the
same time as filling.
• Is the end of the discharge hose too low down? (See
• Is there a proper air gap between the end of the discharge
hose and the wall standpipe? (See Installation)
The machine will not empty or spin.
• Did you select a programme without drain and spin?
• Is the discharge hose kinked or constricted?
• Have any extensions to the outlet hose been done correctly?
(See Installation).
The machine is leaking or overflowing.
The machine is vibrating or noisy.
• Have you removed all three transit locking devices?
• Has the machine been installed on a suitable surface and
• Is the machine knocking against a wall?
• Is the machine standing firmly on all four feet?
The machine door will not open.
• Did you wait approx. 1 minute after that the programme had
finished and has the indicator light for locked door gone out?
Read the chapter ”Maintenance” on door opening.
Never try to force the door open. Contact service.
Spinning starts late or the machine
does not spin.
• The electronic unbalance detection system has cut in because the laundry is not evenly distributed in the drum.
The laundry is redistributed by reverse rotation of the drum.
This may happen several times before the unbalance disappears and normal spinning can resume. If, after 10 minutes,
the laundry is still not evenly distributed in the drum, the
machine will not spin. In this case, redistribute the load
manually and select the spin programme.
The ”End” indicator light flashes:
1 flash
= the machine does not fill
2 flashes
4 flashes
= the machine will not drain
= the door is opened
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Have you used too much detergent?
Have you been using the detergent for automatic machines?
Are both hoses correctly installed? (See Installation)
Is the detergent compartment blocked?
• Is the water tap turned on?
• Is the filter inside the inlet hose blocked?
• Is the discharge hose kinked or constricted?
• Is the door closed properly?
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Service and spare parts
Servicing and possible repairs must be carried out by
a service company authorised by the supplier. Use only
spare parts supplied by these.
Before calling service, use the trouble shooting table
”If the machine is not working” to try to attend to the fault
yourself. Note that electrical faults shall always be
rectified by a certified electrician.
Give the appliance’s model designation, product- and
serial numbers according to the data plate.
You can record these details here:
Purchase date:
Under what circumstances does the fault occur?
Never attempt to repair the washing machine
yourself. Repairs carried out by unauthorised
or inexperienced persons can cause injury or
serious malfunctioning.
Installation instructioners
Any electrical work required to install this appliance,
should be carried out by a qualified electrician or
competent person.
Any plumbing work required to install this appliance,
should be carried out by a qualified plumber or
competent person.
Technical specifications
67 cm
49,5 cm
51,5 cm
54 kg
dry weight
3.0 kg
1.5 kg
1.0 kg
Water pressures
50 kPa (0,5 bar)
1000 kPa (10 bar)
Drum volume
27 litres
Spin speed
700 rpm/min
Electrical data
Power supply
Power rating
230V / 50 Hz
10 A
1600 W
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If the machine has been damaged during transport, you
should immediately notify the company responsible for
delivering it.
Check that the machine is undamaged. If you discover
any damage, faults or that anything is missing, you should
notify the dealer immediately.
Never leave packaging material in a place
where children may play with it.
When lifting the machine
Be careful when lifting the machine. Incorrect methods of
lifting can cause physical injuries and also increase the
risk of damage to the machine. Open the door and take
hold of the top inside of the door opening. You can also
lift the machine by gripping the rear overhang of the top.
Never lift the machine by gripping it’s control
panel, door, or detergent dispenser. (Fig. 1).
Transit locking devices
When supplied the washing machine is packed using a
number of locking devices/packing pieces to prevent
drum and motor from damage in transit. These must all
be removed before installed the washing machine.
1. Spread some of the polystyrene packaging
materials on the floor behind the machine and
then lay the machine carefully rearside down
on them.
Make sure that no hoses are crushed in the
process (Fig. 2).
2. Remove the polystyrene base and the support
bar which the machine rests on.
3. Return the machine to it’s normal upright position
and remove the three screws and their spacers
on it’s rear (Fig. 3).
4. The three holes must then be plugged with the
plastic plugs supplied, which can be found in a
plastic bag inside the drum (Fig. 4).
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Levelling the machine
The machine must be installed on a sound and
firm surface and must not be touching walls or
furniture. Adjust the two front feet to level the
machine. Make sure the machine is resting on
all four feet (Fig. 1).
Some vibration is normal and unavoidable when
the machine is spinning the load, particularly if
the floor is not a concrete one.
When the appliance location is on
carpet floors, attention must be paid
so as to ensure that there is no
obstruction to the bottom vents.
Water inlet
Connect the inlet hose to a tap with a 3/4" pipe
thread. If necessary, use the restrictor (1/2”)
supplied. (Fig. 2).
The inlet hose must not be joined onto any form
of extension hose. If it is too short, the entire hose
must be replaced with a longer high-pressure
hose, specially designed for the purpose.
The machine end of this hose can be turned in
any direction. Loosen the retaining nut, turn the
hose, then retighten the nut (Fig. 3).
Check that the nut is tightend before
the machine is moved into position.
Use only the inlet hose supplied with
the machine, do not reuse the old inlet
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Water discharge
The discharge hose can be placed in these three ways:
Over the top edge of a washtub:
Use this option only if you can be sure that the hose will
not move when the machine is draining. The hose can
be fixed to the wall on a hook or tied to the tap with a
string (Fig. 1).
Directly into a waste pipe with a trap:
The discharge pipe can be connected directly into the
pipe (e.g. one beneath a washtub or kitchen sink), above
the water trap. The discharge hose must be arranged
so that some part of it’s length is routed up to a level
corresponding to the top edge of the tub and fixed in
place there (Fig. 2).
Directly into a wall standpipe:
This standpipe should be vertical. The height above the
floor should be between 650 and 800 mm.
There must be an air gap around and below the end of
the discharge hose. This means that the internal diameter
of the standpipe must be greater than the outer diameter
of the hose (Fig. 3). The hose must not be sticked into the
standpipe more than 50 mm and it has to be fixed in
this position.
The discharge hose can be extended up to total 3,5 m.
For the extension piece use a hose with an internal
diameter at least as large as that of the machine's own
hose. Use a suitable hose connector (Fig. 4).
In order for the machine to function properly,
the drain hose must be hooked on the factory
fitted support piece situated on top of the
back side of the appliance.
Electrical connection
The washing machine is supplied with a lead and electrical plug for connection to a 230 V earthed wall socket,
which should be easily accessible and protected by a
10 A fuse. If the machine is installed in a "wet area"
(bathroom, laundry) but without fixed wiring to the
electrical supply, an earth leakage circuit breaker (or
RCD) must be used.
Before any work is carried out on the machine,
it must be isolated from the electric mains
supply, for example by removing the plug
from the wall socket.
Permanent electrical installation must be
carried out by an authorized electrician.
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