SIEMENS
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Washer-dryer
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Contents
Operation instructions
Installation instructions
Appendix
General safety information .......................................................... 3
Environmental protection/economy tips ................................... 4
Your new washer-dryer ................................................................ 5
Before washing for the first time ................................................ 7
Preparing and sorting the laundry ............................................. 8
Detergents and Care Products.................................................10
Programmes.................................................................................12
Washing and drying options .................................................14
Washing and drying ..................................................................16
Cleaning and care ......................................................................18
What to do if... ............................................................................20
After-sales service .....................................................................24
Installation instructions .............................................................25
Table of programmes.................................................................30
Consumption rates......................................................................31
Index ..............................................................................................32
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General safety information
Intended use
The washer-dryer is designed for:
– domestic use only.
– washing machine-washable fabrics in detergent solution and drying
these fabrics.
– operation with cold drinking water and commercially available
detergents and care products that are suitable for use in washing
machines.
This washer-dryer complies with the relevant safety regulations..
Hazard warnings
– Keep packaging and packing materials out of the reach of children.
Risk of suffocation from plastic film and collapsible boxes.
– When an appliance is worn out, unplug it from the mains. Cut through
the mains cable and remove it together with the plug. Destroy the lock
on the door. This will prevent children from getting locked in and
putting their lives in danger.
Do not use the washer-dryer if the laundry:
– has been treated with solvents, oil, wax, fat or dye (e.g. stain remover,
cleaning solvent, hairspray, nail varnish remover).
– has come into contact with hairspray, nail varnish remover, or similar
substances. Risk of fire or explosion!
– contains dust residues, e.g. coal dust or flour Risk of explosion!
– contains foam/rubber.
Before using for the first
time
When washing and
drying
To protect the washerdryer
– Set up the washer-dryer according to
the installation instructions –> page 25.
– Remove the transport safety bolts and keep them in a safe place.
– Do not operate the washer-dryer if it has any visible damage. If you are
in any doubt, please consult our after-sales service or your retailer.
– Remove all objects from pockets, particularly sources of ignition
(e.g. lighters, matches, etc.).
– Do not leave children unsupervised near the washer-dryer.
– The washing machine is not to be used by children or persons who
have not been instructed in its use.
– Keep pets away from the washer-dryer.
– Take care when draining hot detergent solution.
– The door can become very hot during operation.
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Do not climb onto the washer-dryer.
Do not lean on the open door of the washer-dryer.
Do not install the washer-dryer in areas that are at risk of frost.
Do not transport the washer-dryer without the transport safety bolts in
place.
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Environmental protection/economy
tips
– Separate out the various waste materials of the packaging and take
them to the nearest collection point.
– Always fill the appliance with a maximum amount of laundry for the
relevant programme.
– Wash normally soiled laundry without a prewash.
– Instead of Cottons F (Cottons/Coloureds) 90 °C, select the
Cottons Eco y 60 °C programme –> page 12.
This gives comparable results, but uses less energy.
– Measure the detergent according to the manufacturer's instructions
and in line with the local water hardness.
– If the laundry is subsequently dried in a tumble drier, select the spin
speed according to the tumble drier manufacturer's instructions.
WEEE
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This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment - WEEE.
The directive provides an EU-wide framework for the return and recycling
of used appliances.
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Your new washer-dryer
Description of the
washer dryer
The washer-dryer can be used
in 3 ways –> page 16:
– washing only
– drying only
– successive washing and drying.
The successive wash-dry programme shifts automatically from the wash
cycle to the dry cycle without further intervention.
Drying is achieved using the condensation principle. The condensate that
is produced during drying runs via the drain hose and into the drainage
reservoir.
Caution: the water supply hose and water drain hose must be correctly
connected during washing and drying –> page 28. The tap must be open.
Door
A safety device prevents the door from being opened during operation.
Before opening
Make sure that there is no water in the drum and that the drum is not
moving.
Emergency release
In the event of a power cut, the door can be released mechanically
–> page 23.
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Control panel
Indicator lamp
Indicate the settings that have been
selected for:
– Temperature: Ž - 90 °C.
– Spin speed: $ - 1400 rpm.
– Options/signal.
Display panel
Shows the settings that have been selected (e.g. spin speed,
drying time), the progress of the current programme and the
programme status.
Programme progress
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Drying options
0 P e e+
Auxiliary displays
B
Indicator lamp
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7 kg
Pre-wash, Main wash, Rinse), Final spin,
Drying.
Time-controlled drying, Iron-damp,
Cupboard-dry, Extra-dry.
Remaining time, Programme start,
Childproof lock, Fluff removal cycle,
recommended load
Display panel
Buttons
Washing and drying options –> page 14
– °C Temperature: individual adjustment of the washing
temperature.
– B Spin (speed): individual adjustment of the spin
speed.
– Optionstaste (Option button): sets washing options.
– Select (Set): activation/deactivation of the selected
washing options.
– 0 Delay (Remaining time): delays programme start.
– 9 Drying: sets the drying options
Programme selector
Programme selector –> page 12
For switching the washer-dryer on
and off and for selecting the
programme, can be turned in both
directions. Do not adjust the
programme selector while washing/
drying is in progress.
Start/Pause !:
starts and stops the washing programme –> page 15.
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Before washing for the first time
The washer-dryer was tested before leaving the factory.
To remove any water that may be left over from the test, you should not
load any laundry the first time that you run a wash programme.
ˆ Make sure that the transport safety bolts on the rear of the washerdryer have been removed –> page 26.
ˆ Do not load any laundry.
ˆ Close the door.
ˆ Turn on the tap.
ˆ Pull out the detergent drawer.
ˆ Add ½ a measuring cup of detergent to compartment II –> page 10.
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Do not use detergents for wool or delicates (these cause foam to be
created).
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Close the detergent drawer.
Turn the programme selector to the 60°C programme.
Press the ! (Start/Pause) button.
At the end of the programme, turn the programme selector to Off.
Open the door.
Leave the door open to allow the inside of the washer-dryer to dry out.
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Preparing and sorting the laundry
Sorting laundry for
washing
Sorting laundry according
to the information on the
care labels
– Wash white laundry separately from coloureds.
– Unhemmed or torn items should not be washed in the machine, as they
may fray.
– The laundry may be damaged if you do not observe the fabric care
symbols.
Only wash laundry with the following care labels:
Care label
Type of laundry
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Cottons 90 °C.
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Coloureds 60 °C, 40 °C, 30 °C.
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Easy-care 60 °C, 40 °C, 30 °C.
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Hand- and machine-washable silk, 40 °C, 30 °C,
cold.
Do
not wash laundry with the care symbol in the washer-dryer
Sorting laundry for
drying
Sorting laundry according
to the information on the
care labels
Only dry laundry that is labelled "suitable for tumble-drying" or which
has the following care symbols:
Care label
Type of laundry
a
Dry at normal temperature
`
Dry at low temperature (delicate drying)
Do not wash the following fabrics in the washer-dryer:
– Do not machine dry laundry with the b care symbol.
– Airtight fabrics (e.g. rubber-coated fabrics).
– Delicate materials (silk, curtains made from synthetic fabrics) they may crease.
– Dripping-wet laundry - high energy consumption
– Wool or fabrics containing wool.
Preparing laundry for
washing
Loose foreign bodies (e.g. coins, paper-clips, needles, nails) may damage
the laundry and components of the washer-dryer (e.g. the drum).
Empty the pockets of all items.
Brush any sand out of pockets and collars.
Pretreat any stains.
Close zips, do up cover buttons.
Remove curtain fittings or place curtains in a laundry bag.
Wash the following in a laundry bag/pillowcase:
– Delicates, e.g. tights, curtains,
– Small items, e.g. socks or handkerchieves,
– Underwired bras (the underwiring may come loose during the
washing process and cause damage).
ˆ Turn trousers, knitwear and jersey fabrics, e.g. hosiery, T-shirts or
sweatshirts, inside out.
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Preparing laundry for
drying
Loading the
laundry
ˆ Only dry fabrics that have already been washed, rinsed and spun.
ˆ Also spin easy-care fabrics before drying.
ˆ Sort the items for washing according to material and desired level of
dryness to ensure even drying.
Before loading the washer-dryer, make sure that there are no foreign
bodies or pets in the drum.
Risk of explosion. items that have been treated with cleaning agents
containing solvents, e.g. stain remover or, must be carefully rinsed out
before they are loaded into the washer-dryer, otherwise there is the risk
of an explosion.
ˆ Unfold the laundry and place it loosely in the drum. Load a mixture of
small and large items.
ˆ Observe the maximum load,
Programme table –> page 30.
ˆ Take care not to trap items of laundry between the door and the rubber
seal.
ˆ Close the door. You will hear it click shut.
ˆ Measure out and add detergent and care products for just a washing
programme or a combined washing and drying programme.
ˆ Turn on the tap.
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Detergents and Care Products
The detergent drawer is divided into three compartments
Detergent drawer
Compartment I : detergent for Pre-wash
Compartment II : detergent for Hauptwäsche (Main wash)
Compartment i : Liquid additives, such as starch or fabric softener.
Additives are automatically dispensed during the final rinse cycle.
– Do not exceed the maximum capacity, otherwise compartment i may
be emptied too early.
– Dilute viscous additives with water to prevent blockages.
Liquid detergent insert: this must be inserted before liquid detergents
are used.
To do this:
ˆ Pull out the detergent drawer as far as the stop.
ˆ Press on the zone labelled PUSH and take out the detergent drawer.
ˆ Pull the insert in compartment II forwards as far as the stop and push
it down.
ˆ Insert the detergent drawer.
Descaler can be added to compartments I and II according to the
manufacturer's instructions. Add detergent first, followed by the descaler.
Descaler
Risk of poisoning
Keep detergents and care products out of the reach of children.
Detergents and
care products
Risk of chemical burns
Take care when opening the detergent drawer. There may still be
detergent residues in the drawer.
Select the correct dosage for the detergent according to:
– the water hardness. You can find out about water hardness in your area
from your local waterworks.
– the load size,
– the instructions of the detergent manufacturer.
– how dirty the laundry is.
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Using the correct dosage reduces the impact on the environment and
gives a good washing result.
Only use pH-neutral wool detergent for woollens programmes.
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Normally soiled laundry
Measuring washing powder
ˆ Set the programme.
ˆ Do not select ! Pre-wash –> page 14.
ˆ Add all the detergent, according to the manufacturer's instructions, to
compartment II of the detergent drawer.
Heavily soiled laundry
ˆ Set the programme.
ˆ Select ! Pre-wash –> page 14.
ˆ Add 1/4 of the recommended amount of detergent to compartment I
of the detergent drawer and 3/4 of the detergent to compartment II.
Only use liquid detergent for the main wash cycle with no prewash.
Measuring liquid detergent
To do this:
ˆ Pour the recommended amount of detergent into a measure for liquid
detergent and place it in the drum.
or
ˆ After folding down the liquid detergent insert, pour the detergent into
compartment II of the detergent drawer.
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The scale on the liquid detergent insert helps to measure the correct
dosage of liquid detergent.
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If compartment II is used for washing powder, the
liquid detergent insert must be folded up.
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Programmes
The programme selector is used to set the washing and drying
programmes.
Programme selector
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Washing programmes*
*depends on the model
The time remaining until the end of the programme and the recommended
load are shown on the display panel.
Cottons F (Cottons/Coloureds)
Suitable for hard-wearing fabrics, heat-resistant fabrics made from cotton
or linen.
– Coloureds up to 60 °C.
– Whites 60 °C to 90 °C.
Cottons Eco y
Washing programme for the best possible washing result with minimum
energy and water consumption.
Easy Care =
Washing programme for less hard-wearing fabrics made from cotton,
linen, synthetic fibres or blended fabrics. It is advisable to sort the laundry
by colour.
Delicate/Silk 8
Gentle programme for delicate, washable fabrics, e.g. silk, satin,
synthetics or blended fabrics (e.g. curtains). Gentle spinning between the
rinse cycles and reduced final spin speed.
u Wool p (Woollens)
Wool becomes matted when subjected to heat, moisture and movement.
The woollens programme takes these qualities into account and finds a
compromise between standing still and movement.
Suitable for hand or machine-washable fabrics made from wool or a wool
blend.
Super 15’ … (Rapid 15)
Short programme for easy-care, lightly soiled fabrics made from cotton,
linen, synthetics or blends. Suitable for freshening up items or for washing
new items before wearing for the first time. The programme takes
15 minutes.
= ; : Mix
For mixed items of laundry made of various hard-wearing and easy-care
fabrics.
H Outdoor
For washing functional clothing and sports wear made from microfibre
and synthetics. Reduced creasing and additional rinse cycle.
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Washing programmes*
*depends on the model
â Shirts/Business
Non-iron shirts made of cotton, linen, synthetic fibres or blended fabrics.
Gentle spin only, hang up dripping wet.
J Night wash
Particularly quiet wash programme with a reduced final spin.
Sleep mode. Once the programme has finished, the display goes out, but
can be reactivated by pressing any button.
ˆ Intensive Dry
Drying programmes
Intensive drying for a (robust fabrics), at 90°C.
‰ Low Heat Dry
Gentle drying for ` (easy-care fabrics), 60°C.
7 Fluff Clean
Special programmes
This programme is designed to clean the drying cycle of any fluff
deposits. After 10 drying cycles, the washer-dryer uses the symbol
7 (Fluff removal cycle) in the display panel to show that this programme
should be run. The electronic cycle counter is then automatically reset.
The 7 (Fluff removal cycle) symbol goes out after the programme starts.
To run the Fluff removal cycle, proceed as follows:
ˆ Make sure that the drum is completely empty and close the door.
ˆ Set the programme selector to 7 (Fluff-removal cycle).
ˆ Press the ! (Start/Pause) button.
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The 7 (Fluff-removal cycle) programme can also be run at any time
without prompting by the appliance.
Rinse ' + Spin B:
An additional rinse cycle with a final spin. If the laundry is to be removed
dripping wet, set the Spin speed to $ (Rinse hold) before Programme
start –> page 14.
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Empty
+ Spin B:
Drain the rinsing water following a programme with
$ (Rinse hold) –> page 14.
ˆ Turn the programme selector to Empty
ˆ Set the Spin speed to $ (Rinse hold).
ˆ Press the ! (Start/Pause) button.
t + Spin B.
or
Drain and spin at the desired spin speed:
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ˆ Turn the programme selector to Empty
+ Spin B.
ˆ Press the B Spin button repeatedly until the desired spin speed is set.
ˆ Press the ! (Start/Pause) button.
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Washing and drying options
Temperature °C button
The temperature can be adjusted individually for each programme.
To adjust it, press the °C Temperature button repeatedly until the
required temperature is displayed.
Spin speed button B
The spin speed can be individually adjusted for each programme.
To set the spin speed, press the B Spin button repeatedly until the
required spin speed is displayed.
Rinse Hold
$ (Rinse hold) deactivates the spin function. The laundry remains in the
rinsing water.
Unbalanced load detection
system
The automatic unbalanced load detection system ensures that the laundry
is evenly distributed using several initial spins. If the laundry is extremely
unevenly distributed, the speed of the final spin is reduced or the spin
cycle is not performed for safety reasons.
The set programmes can be individually adjusted.
Option button
To choose the required option:
ˆ Press the Option button repeatedly until the required option is selected
(indicator lamp flashes).
ˆ Press the Select button to switch the option on/off (indicator lamp
lights up/does not light up).
Select button
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If you press and hold the Option button, all the options scroll through.
Options (symbols on the display panel)
! Pre-wash
Prewash at 35 °C. Suitable for heavily soiled laundry.
È Intensive
Washing time lengthened at 60 °C. Suitable for delicate, soiled
laundry. Cannot be combined with A Flexi Time
Q Easy-iron
Special spin sequence with subsequent fluffing. Gentle final spin at
reduced speed. Slightly increased residual moisture in the laundry.
Reduces creasing and laundry is easier to iron.
R Water plus
Increased water level and additional rinse cycle. For regions with very soft
water or for further improving the rinsing result. Any detergent residues
are removed.
A Flexi Time
Sets the washing time, normal-medium-short.
C Signal
Activates or deactivates the audible signal.
0 Finished in button
You can postpone the Programme start before it begins. Using the
Remaining time, you can determine when the selected programme is to
end. The remaining time can be set in one-hour increments, up to a
maximum of 24 hours. Press the 0 (Finished in) button repeatedly until
the required number of hours is displayed.
Then press the ! (Start/Pause) button, the programme will start after a
delay according to the set 0 (Finished in). The required time to the end
of the programme is shown on the display panel.
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The drying programmes –> page 13 can be individually adapted by
selecting the drying options.
– Press the ˆ (Drying) button repeatedly until the required drying option
is shown on the display panel.
– To deactivate, press the ˆ (Drying) button repeatedly until
is
shown on the display panel.
Drying button 9
Drying options (symbols on the display panel)
0 Time-controlled
drying
The drying time can be set to between 2:40 and 0:00 by repeatedly pressing the
ˆ (Drying) button.
P Iron-damp
The residual moisture in the washing is increased. Enables easier ironing.
e Cupboard-dry
The laundry items are dry and ready to put away.
e+ Extra-dry
The laundry is dried intensively. Suitable for laundry that is hard to dry.
Start/Pause button
Press the !(Start/Pause) button to start the selected programme.
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The 0 (Remaining time) appears on the display panel. The M symbol
(Programme start) lights up.
The programme progress is shown on the display panel:
Programme progress
! - Pre-wash
N - Main wash
' - Rinse
B - Final spin
‘ - Drying
To change the programme:
ˆ Select a new programme.
ˆ Press the ! (Start/Pause) button.
Changing the programme
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Pausing the programme
The new programme starts.
Press and hold the ! (Start/Pause) button while the programme is in
progress until
appears on the display panel.
and the
Remaining time 0 appear alternately on the display while the programme
is paused.
Press the ! (Start/Pause) button to continue with the programme.
Cancelling the programme
Press and hold ! (Start/Pause) until
is displayed.
For washing programmes at high temperatures:
– Cooling down laundry: choose Rinse ' + Spin B.
– Press the ! (Start/Pause) button.
For programmes at low temperatures:
– choose Empty
+ Spin B.
– Press the ! (Start/Pause) button.
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If you cancel the drying programme, the laundry may still be very hot.
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Washing and drying
ˆ Turn the programme selector to the desired programme,
e.g. Cottons F (Cottons/Coloureds) 60°C.
– B (Remaining time) and the recommended load in kg appear
alternately on the display panel. The M (Start/Pause) symbol
flashes.
Washing only
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ˆ If necessary, adjust the temperature and the spin speed and select any
options for your individualised programme –> page 14.
– The ˆ (Drying) function must not be selected.
ˆ Load the laundry –> page 9.
– Observe the maximum load capacity,
Programme table --> page 30.
ˆ Press the M (Start/Pause) button.
– B (Remaining time) is displayed on the display panel.
The M (Programme start) symbol lights up.
– The washing programme starts.
ˆ Turn the programme selector to the desired drying programme.
– The display panel alternately shows B (Remaining time) and the
recommended load in kg.
Drying only
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ˆ Press the ˆ (Drying) button to set the drying options
–> page 14
– If you do not make a selection, the e (Cupboard-dry) option is set.
ˆ Load the laundry –> page 9.
– Observe the maximum load,
Programme table –> page 30.
ˆ Press the M (Start/Pause) button.
– B (Remaining time) is shown on the display panel and the
ˆ (Drying) and M (Programme start) symbols light up.
– The drying programme starts.
Successive washing and drying.
Washing and drying
ˆ Set the programme selector to the desired programme,
e.g. Cottons F (Cottons/Coloureds) 60°C.
– B (Remaining time) and the recommended load in kg appear
alternately on the display panel. The M symbol flashes.
ˆ If necessary, adjust the temperature and the spin speed and select any
options for your individualised programme –> page 14.
ˆ Press the ˆ (Drying) button to set the drying options
–> page 15
ˆ Load the laundry –> page 9.
– Observe the maximum load,
Programme table –> page 30.
ˆ Press the M (Start/Pause) button.
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The drying programme that is carried out is automatically determined by
the washing programme, see the Programme table –> page 30.
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The washing and drying programmes are ended automatically.
appears on the display panel.
End of the programme
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Set the programme selector to Off.
Remove the washing from the drum.
Leave the door open so that the inside of the washer-dryer can dry out.
Turn off the tap (not necessary on models with Aqua-Stop).
If the spin function was deactivated at the start of the wash cycle,
$ (no final spin = laundry remains in last rinsing water), the washing
programme is automatically stopped after the final rinse. The display
panel shows
alternating with
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Rinse Hold
In order to drain the rinsing water and, if required, spin the laundry:
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ˆ Press the B (Spin) button repeatedly until the required spin speed is
set. The water is drained and the washer-dryer spins the laundry. The
programme is completed when
appears in the display field.
The maximum spin speed depends on the selected wash programme.
If you do not wish to spin the laundry:
ˆ Press the B (Spin) button (remaining time for draining is displayed).
The water is drained, but the washer-dryer does not spin the laundry.
The programme is complete when
appears on the display
panel.
ˆ Set the programme selector to Off.
ˆ Remove the laundry.
ˆ Leave the door open to allow the inside of the washer-dryer to dry out.
ˆ Turn off the tap (not necessary on models with Aqua-Stop).
Childproof lock
For preventing the washer-dryer functions that you have set from being
changed inadvertently.
Activate/deactivate: Press the Option and Select buttons at the same
time to activate or deactivate the Childproof lock. When the childproof
lock is activated, @ lights up on the display.
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Cleaning and care
Safety information
Risk of electric shock
You must disconnect the appliance from the mains first. Never clean the
washer-dryer with a water jet.
Risk of explosion.
Never clean the washer-dryer with solvents.
Risk of scalding
Hot washing water must be cooled before draining.
Housing and control
panel
Drum
Wipe with a soft, damp cloth.
Remove detergent and cleaning agent residue immediately.
Do not clean with a jet of water.
Remove any foreign bodies from the drum and rubber seals.
Descaling the drum:
– Only use a proprietary brand of descaler with corrosion inhibitor for
washing machines for descaling the washer-dryer.
– Observe the manufacturer's instructions regarding use and dosage.
– After descaling and removing rust from the drum,
run the Rinse ' + Spin B programme several times to remove any
remaining acid.
If any remaining metal objects (e.g. coins, paper clips, needles, nails)
have caused rust spots:
– Use chlorine-free cleaning agents; observe the manufacturer's
instructions. Never use steel wool.
Detergent drawer
If there are detergent or care product residues:
ˆ Pull out the detergent drawer as far as the stop.
ˆ Press on the blue zone labelled PUSH and take out the detergent
drawer.
ˆ Clean the detergent drawer guide.
ˆ Remove the blue fabric softener compartment insert.
ˆ Clean the detergent drawer and fabric softener compartment insert
under running water.
ˆ Insert the fabric softener compartment insert.
ˆ Insert the detergent drawer.
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Drain pump
ˆ Set the programme selector to Off.
ˆ Use a screwdriver to release the lock pins.
ˆ Tip the kick panel and pull upwards to remove.
Draining the water
ˆ Take the drain hose out of the retainer.
ˆ Remove the plug from the drain hose and release the washing water.
– The container for the drained water may have to be emptied several
times.
– When no more water runs out, replace the plug.
ˆ Place the drain hose into the retainer.
Cleaning the drain pump
ˆ Unscrew the pump cover.
– Clean the pump housing and remove any foreign objects.
– Make sure that the impeller can turn freely.
ˆ Replace the pump cover and screw firmly in place.
ˆ Place the kick panel in the 4 clip-in slots and secure to the housing
using the lock pins.
Filter in the water
supply hose
If no water runs into the washer-dryer, or only an insufficient amount, you
must first reduce the water pressure in the supply hose:
ˆ Turn off the tap.
ˆ Choose any programme
(except Rinse ' + Spin B / Empty
+ Spin B).
ˆ Press the ! (Start/Pause) button.
ˆ Allow the programme to run for approximately 40 seconds.
ˆ Set the programme selector to Off.
ˆ Unplug the mains plug from the socket.
ˆ Unscrew the water supply hose from the tap.
ˆ Clean the filter with a small brush.
ˆ Reconnect the hose.
ˆ Turn on the tap.
ˆ Check whether water comes out of the end of the hose.
ˆ If water is escaping, check that the filter is correctly seated.
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Descaling the
washer-dryer
This should not be necessary if the correct detergent dosage has been
used. If it is necessary, however, proceed according to the descaling
agent manufacturer's instructions. Suitable descalers can be obtained via
our website or from our after-sales service –> page 24.
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What to do if...
Risk of electric shock
Repairs must only be carried out by customer services or authorised
technicians.
If repairs are needed, or if you cannot rectify a fault yourself with the help
of the following table:
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Set the programme selector to Off.
Disconnect the washer-dryer from the power supply.
Turn off the tap.
Call the after-sales service –> page 24.
Fault code
The is not closed properly. Try to close the door properly.
The water protection system has been activated. Disconnect the appliance from
the mains, turn off the tap and contact the after-sales service
Water is not entering the appliance. See the fault Water is not flowing in.
The water is not drained. See the fault Water is not drained.
Maximum or minimum drying load not taken into account. HI/End or LO/End
flash alternately in the display. See information for the Drying result not
satisfactory fault.
Other fault codes are only for use by the after-sales service. Make a note of the fault code to inform the
after-sales service.
Fault
Possible cause
Remedial action
Programme does not start.
The M (Start/Pause) button has not
been pressed.
Press the M (Start/Pause) button.
A delayed start time has been
selected.
The washer-dryer starts once the delay
time has elapsed. If necessary, change
the finished in time –> page 14.
Power cut.
The delayed start time that was
selected has been cleared.
Make a new delayed start time
selection or start a programme
immediately:
Press the M (Start/Pause) button.
The door is not properly closed.
Close the door.
Plug not inserted properly into socket.
Insert plug correctly.
The maximum spin speed
cannot be set.
The maximum spin speed depends on
the programme selected.
Change programme as required.
The water is not drained.
Drain hose is twisted.
Fit the drain hose correctly.
Detergent pump is blocked.
Clean the drain pump –> page 19.
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Detergent residues in the
detergent drawer.
Damp or lumpy detergent.
Clean and dry the detergent drawer
–> page 18.
Use the measuring aid for liquid
detergent.
The mains plug is not correctly
plugged in.
Plug in the mains plug correctly.
The door is not properly
closed.
Close the door.
The tap is not turned on.
Turn on the tap.
The filter in the water supply hose is
blocked.
Clean the filter in the water supply hose
–> page 19.
The water supply hose is pinched or
kinked.
Check the water inlet hose.
The washer-dryer is not correctly
levelled.
Level the washer-dryer –> page 27.
The transport safety bolts have not
been removed.
Remove the transport safety bolts
–> page 26.
Washer-dryer fills with
water and continuously
drains it away.
Drain hose fitted too low.
Fit the drain hose correctly
–> page 28.
No water can be seen in the
drum.
Not a fault.
During certain programmes the water
level is below the visible range.
Water leaks from the bottom
of the appliance.
Supply hose screw connection is
leaking.
Tighten the screw connection.
Drain hose is leaking.
Have the drain hose replaced by the
after-sales service.
Foam escapes from
detergent drawer.
Too much detergent has been used.
Only use detergent which is correct for
textiles, and suitable for use in
automatic washing machines.
Make sure that you use the correct
dosage.
Several attempts to start
spinning.
Not a fault.
The unbalanced load detection system
attempts to redistribute an unbalanced
load by starting to spin several times.
Always wash large and small items
together.
Washing is not spun
properly.
Large items of laundry are not evenly
distributed in the drum. The spin speed
is automatically reduced for safety
reasons.
Always wash large and small items
together.
Washing results not
satisfactory.
Uncleaned areas worse than expected. Select a suitable programme, e.g. a
programme with prewash.
Pretreat stains if necessary.
Water is not flowing in.
Intense vibrations during
spinning.
Too little or incorrect detergent used.
Use the correct dosage of a suitable
detergent, in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
Maximum load exceeded.
Select the correct load for the
programme.
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Detergent residues on the
washing.
Some phosphate-free detergents
contain water-insoluble residues which
appear on washing as light specks.
Rinse the laundry again or change to
using liquid detergent. Brush the
laundry after it has dried.
Grey residues on the
washing.
Soiling caused by ointments, grease or
oil.
Wash the laundry using the maximum
detergent dosage and the maximum
permissible temperature – see the
care label.
Programme terminated
unexpectedly.
The M (Start/Pause) button was
selected accidentally.
Press the button again to restart the
programme.
Spinning during drying
No fault
"Thermo spin", which is for energy-efficient drying, starts after a drying time
of approx. 10 minutes.
Drying result not
satisfactory.
The laundry clings to the sides of the
drum after being spun.
Loosen up the laundry by hand,
start the drying programme
–> page 16.
Closed tap
Turn on the tap.
Selected drying time too short.
Select the drying time according to the
load size.
Maximum or minimum load not taken
into account –> page 30.
Once the programme has ended:
adjust the load quantity, select a
suitable drying programme and restart.
The fabric softener is not
completely flushed in or too
much water remains in the
compartment i.
The fabric softener compartment insert If necessary, clean the fabric softener
is not correctly attached or is blocked. compartment insert and fit it correctly
in compartment i.
The laundry is not dried.
The tap is turned off.
Turn on the tap.
The load is too large.
Reduce the load size.
The drying time is too short.
Select a suitable drying time.
No display on the display
panel.
Power cut.
The programme continues when power
is restored. If you wish to remove the
laundry during a power cut, you must
first drain out the water –> page 19.
Check whether:
- the plug is plugged into the socket
correctly
-the circuit breaker (fuse) has tripped;
call the after-sales service.
–> page 24.
Door cannot be opened.
$ (Rinse hold) has been selected.
Select the programme
Empty
+ Spin B and press
M Start/Pause.
The programme is running or the door
is locked for safety reasons.
Wait until
display panel.
Power cut.
Unlock the door mechanically.
t
appears on the
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Emergency release
To release the door mechanically in the event of a power cut:
ˆ turn the programme selector to Off and unplug the mains plug from the
socket.
ˆ open the base panel and drain out the water –> page 19.
ˆ pull the emergency release downwards and open the door at the same time.
Before opening the door, make sure that there is no water or hot detergent
solution in the washer dryer.
Under no circumstances open the door with the emergency release while the
drum is still turning.
If you cannot correct a fault yourself (switching on/off) or a repair is required:
– Turn the programme selector to Off and unplug the mains plug from the socket.
– Turn off the tap and call the after-sales service –> page 24.
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After-sales service
Before you call the after-sales service, please check whether you can
correct the fault yourself –> page 20.
You will be charged if a technician is called out, even during the warranty
period.
You can find information about your nearest after-sales service here or in
the After-sales service directory (depending on the model).
Please give the after-sales service the product number (E-Nr.) and
production number (FD) of the appliance.
Enter the numbers of your appliance here.
You can find this information on the rating plate in the frame of the door.
Please help us to avoid unnecessary call-outs by quoting the product and
production numbers. This will also save you the associated additional
costs.
You can rely on the competence of the manufacturer. Please contact us.
This way, you can ensure the repair is carried out by trained service
technicians who are equipped with genuine spare parts.
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Installation instructions
Safety information
The washer-dryer is very heavy. Take care when lifting it.
Do not operate the washer-dryer if it has any visible damage. If you are in
any doubt, please consult our after-sales service or your retailer.
Do not install the washer-dryer outdoors or in areas exposed to frost.
Frozen hoses can crack or burst. As a result, the washer-dryer could be
damaged.
Do not stand the washer-dryer upside down or on its side. Do not lift the
washer-dryer by protruding parts (e.g. door).
Do not place the washer-dryer behind a door or a sliding door which
could prevent the washer-dryer door from being opened. This will prevent
children from locking themselves in and putting their lives in danger.
Remove the transport braces and cross connectors and store in a safe
place.
In addition to the instructions provided in this document, special
regulations from the relevant water and electric utility companies may
apply.
If in doubt, have a technician connect the appliance.
Included with the
appliance
Number
Description
4
Covers for openings left after removing the transport bolts.
1
Spanner
1
24-40 mm dia. hose clamp for connection to a siphon.
1
Door template
2
Door hinges with screws
On the back of the washer-dryer:
–
–
–
–
Water drain hose
Water supply hose
Mains cable with plug
Instruction manual and booklet containing after-sales service
addresses
Moisture may remain in the drum following the final inspection which
every washer-dryer undergoes before leaving the factory.
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Removing the transport
safety bolts
Unscrew all four screws
using the spanner
supplied
Remove all 4 transport safety bolts
completely and take the mains cable out of
the retainers.
– Before using the appliance for the first
time, you must make sure that all
4 transport safety bolts have been
removed and kept safe for any
subsequent transport.
Insert the protective
covers.
Positioning and
levelling
– If you need to transport the appliance at a
later date, always re-affix the transport
safety bolts to prevent damage to the
machine.
– Appliance stability is essential to ensure that the washer-dryer does not
“creep” during spin cycles.
– The installation area must be firm, clean and level.
– Parquet floors and soft floor coverings, e.g. carpets or foam-backed
floor coverings, are unsuitable.
Positioning
Slide sheets make it easier to slide the washing machine into the
installation recess.
– Can be ordered from the after-sales service, spare part no. 66 1827.
– Moisten the slide sheets with a mixture of water and washing-up liquid
before sliding the machine into place. Do not use grease and/or oil.
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Intense noise, vibrations and “wandering” may be the result of incorrect
levelling.
Levelling
– All four appliance feet must be firmly on the ground.
– The washing machine must not wobble.
– Check the alignment of the washing machine with a spirit level and
adjust if necessary.
– The washing machine must not rest against the side panels of the
installation recess.
– The lock nuts of the front appliance feet must be screwed tightly
against the housing.
.
Hose and cable lengths
Left-hand connection
approx. 1350
Right-hand connection
or
approx. 1400
approx. 1000
approx.
760
min.
500
max. approx. 1400
900
approx. 950
min.
500
max.
900
Dimensions in mm
Dimensions
Width x depth x height
Weight
595 mm x 584 mm x 820 mm
85 kg
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Water connection
To prevent leaks or water damage, you must observe the instructions in
this section.
If in doubt, have a technician connect the appliance.
The water supply and drain hoses can be routed to the left of right,
depending on installation conditions.
Do not use a used inlet hose. Only use the inlet hose supplied or one
which was purchased from an authorised specialist retailer.
Water supply
Do not allow the water supply hose to be:
– kinked or squashed
– altered or cut (strength no longer guaranteed).
Note the water pressure in the mains supply:
The water pressure should be between 50-900 kPa (0.5-9 bar) (at least
8 litres of water flow out per minute when the tap is turned on).
If the water pressure is higher, a pressure reducing valve must be fitted.
Connect the cold-water supply hose (blue union nut) to the cold water tap
with ¾" pipe (3/4" = 26,4 mm) thread.
* depends on the model
For hot water supply*, connect the hose with the red union nut to the hot
water tap. The hot water temperature must not exceed 60 °C.
Only tighten plastic screw connections by hand.
Do not remove the filter from the supply hose.
After connecting the water supply hose:
– Turn the tap on fully.
– Check the connections for leaks.
Water drainage
Drainage into a siphon
– Do not kink the drain hose or pull it lengthways.
– Height difference between the installation surface and the drain:
max. 90 cm, min. 50 cm.
Secure the connection with a 24-40 mm hose clamp (available from
specialist retailers).
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Electrical connection
The washer-dryer must only be connected to an alternating current supply
via a properly installed earthed socket.
If a residual current circuit breaker is used, only use a type which displays
this symbol: ‚.
Only this symbol guarantees compliance with the currently applicable
regulations.
The mains voltage must match the voltage specifications on the washerdryer (rating plate).
The connected load and fuse required are shown on the rating plate.
Make sure that:
–
–
–
–
–
the
the
the
the
the
mains plug fits the socket.
cable cross-section is adequate.
earthing system is properly installed.
appliance is not standing on the mains cable.
mains plug is accessible at all times.
Changes to the mains cable may only be carried out by a qualified
electrician.
Do not use multiple plugs/adapters or extension cables.
Do not plug in or unplug the mains plug with wet hands.
Only pull the mains plug out by the plug itself.
Fitting the door hinges
to the washer-dryer
Once the washer-dryer has been installed in a kitchen unit, it can be
concealed with a door. If you wish to do this, you must fit the hinges
supplied to the washer-dryer.
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Table of programmes
In order to select the most suitable programme for the laundry, observe the information on the labels that are attached to most items.
Type of laundry
Programmes*
°C
Cottons F
cold-60-90
Cottons Eco y
cold-60
J Night wash
cold-40-60
Easy Care =
cold-40-60
max.
6 kg/
4 kg**
3 kg**
3 kg
Options*
Drying
!
X
Q
R
A
ˆ
‰
G
G
G
G
G
G
A
G
A
G
G
G
G
A
Quiet wash programme with a reduced final spin
G
G
G
G
A
A
G
Easy-care fabrics made of cotton, linen, synthetic
fibres or blended fabrics
G
G
A
G
G
A
G
Hard-wearing fabrics, heat-resistant fabrics made of
cotton or linen
= ; : Mix
cold-40
Fabrics made of cotton or easy-care fabrics
G
G
G
G
G
A
G
Delicate/Silk 8
cold-30-40
For delicate, washable fabrics, e.g. made of silk, satin,
synthetic fibres or blended fabrics (e.g. curtains)
A
G
A
G
A
A
A
u Wool p
cold-30-40
Hand or machine-washable fabrics made of wool or
containing wool
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
â Shirts/Business
cold-30-40
Non-iron shirts made of cotton, linen, synthetic fibres
or blended fabrics.
Gentle spin only, hang up dripping wet.
A
G
A
G
G
A
A
Super 15’ …
cold-30
Easy-care fabrics made of cotton, linen, synthetic
fibres or blended fabrics
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
H Outdoor
cold-30-40
Fabrics made from microfibre
A
G
A
G
G
A
A
2 kg
*Programmes and options depend on the model
**Reduced load quantity for successive washing and drying programme
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Consumption rates
Washing
Programme
Load
Energy***
Water***
Programme duration***
0.8 kWh
60 l
1:52 h
2.1 kWh
65 l
2:22 h
Cottons Eco y 60 °C**
1,02 kWh
45 l
2:10 h
= ; : Mix (Quick/mix)
40 °C**
0.45 kWh
40 l
0:49 h
Easy Care = 40 °C
0.45 kWh
40 l
1:31 h
Delicate/Silk 8 Ž (cold)
0.05 kWh
35 l
0:36 h
0.11 kWh
35 l
0:36 h
0.05 kWh
49 l
0:47 h
0.20 kWh
49 l
0:47 h
4,81 kWh
79 l
6:03 h
Cottons F 40 °C
Cottons F 90 °C
Delicate/Silk 8 30 °C
u Wool p Ž (cold)
6 kg
3 kg
2 kg
u Wool p 30 °C
Cottons Eco y 60 °C
Intensive Dry ˆ
(2 cycles)*
6 kg/3 kg
*Programme setting for testing and energy labelling in accordance with EN50229, EU Directive 96/60/EC..
**Programme setting for testing in accordance with valid standard EN60456.
Note on comparative tests: For testing the test programmes, wash the specified load using the maximum spin speed.
As a short programme for coloureds, select the = ; : Mix (Quick/mix) 40 °C programme with the maximum spin speed.
***The values may deviate from the indicated values depending on water pressure, water hardness and supply temperature,
ambient temperature, type, amount and soiling of the laundry, detergent used, fluctuations in the power supply and selected
additional functions.
Drying
Programme
Intensive Dry ˆ
Gentle Dry ‰
Load
Cupboard dry*
Iron dry*
1,5 kg
90 min
60 min
2 kg
90 min
60 min
2,5 kg
100 min
90 min
3 kg
110 min
100 min
3,5 kg
130 min
110 min
4 kg
150 min
130 min
1,5 kg
90 min
60 min
2 kg
100 min
60 min
2,5 kg
110 min
90 min
3 kg
130 min
100 min
*)The values may diverge from those specified depending on over and undervoltage, fabric type, composition of the laundry
to be dried, residual moisture in the fabric and the amount of the load.
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Index
C
Care information
-Drying 8
-Washing 8
Care product 10
Childproof lock 17
-Display 6
Cleaning
-Control panel
18
-Detergent drawer 18
-Drain pump 19
-Drum 18
-Housing 18
-Water supply hose 19
Connection fittings 28
Conservation information 4
Consumption rates 31
Control panel 6
-Cleaning 18
Cupboard-dry 6
-Drying options 15
D
Descaling 19
Detergent 10
-Liquid detergent insert 10,
11
Liquid detergent insert 11
Detergent drawer
-Cleaning 18
-Description 10
Dimensions 27
Display
-Fault message 20
Door 5, 17
Drain 13
Drain pump
-Cleaning 19
Draining the water 19
Draining water 17
Drum
-Cleaning 18
Drying 15, 16
-Button 6
-Display 6
-Options 15
-Synthetics 8
-Woollens 8
Drying programmes 13
E
Easy-iron
-Display 6
Electrical connection 29
Emergency release 23
End of the programme 17
Energy 31
Environment
-Energy consumption 8
-Protection 4
Extra-dry
-Display 6
-Drying options 15
F
Fabric softener compartment
insert 18
Fault message 20
Faults 20
Filter
-Water supply hose 19
Final spin
-Display 6
First wash 7
Fluff Clean
-Display 6
Foam 3
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H
Hazard information 3
Hazard warnings
-Detergent 10
Housing
-Cleaning 18
I
Included with the appliance 25
Installation surface 25
Iron-damp
-Drying options 15
L
Laundry
-Creasing 8
-Loading 9
-Preparing for drying 9
-Preparing for washing 8
-Sorting for drying 8
-Sorting for washing 8
Levelling 27
-Washer-dryer 26
Liquid detergent insert 10
M
Main wash
-Display 6
O
Option 14
Options 6
-Drying options 15
-Options button 6
-Washing options 14
P
Positioning
-Washer-dryer 26
Pre-wash
-Display 6
-Programme 14
Programme
-Cancelling 15
-Changing 15
-Pausing 15
-Progress 15
T
Temperature
-Button 6
-LED indicators 6
Time-controlled drying
-Drying options 15
Transport safety bolts 26
U
Unbalanced load detection
system 14
Use 16
Programme selector 6, 12
Programme start
-Display 6
R
Remaining time 14
-Button 6
Remedial action 20
Rinse
-Display 6
Rinse Hold 17
Rinse hold 14
Rubber 3
S
Safety information 3, 18, 20, 25
Set 6, 14
Signal
-LED indicators 6
W
Washer-dryer
-Positioning and levelling 26
Washing 16
-and drying 16
-Washing options 14
Washing options
-LED indicators 6
Washing programmes 12, 13
Washing temperature 14
Water 31
Water drainage 28
Water supply 28
Water supply hose
-Cleaning 19
WEEE 4
Solvents 3
Special programmes 13
Spin 13
Spin speed 14
-Button 6
-LED indicators 6
Start/Pause 6
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Further information about our products, accessories, spare parts and service can be found at:
www.siemens-home.com or via our after-sales service centres.
Siemens
Electrogeräte GmbH
Carl-Wery-Str. 34
81739 Munich / Germany
wk14d540eu
10.2011
19291004300
9000493028