GB PROGRAMME CHART
A.“Door open” indication
This washing machine is equipped
with automatic safety functions which
detect and diagnose faults at an early
stage and react appropriately, e.g.:
F.“Start(Pause)” button
A
B
C
D
X00
B. “Service” indication
C.“Water tap closed” indication
D.“Clean pump” indication
G.Programme sequence indicator
H.“Reset” button
H
E
F
Max.
Load
Type of wash / Notes
kg
- respect the manufacturer's recommendations on the care label
Cotton
with prewash
95 °C
6.0
Normally to heavily soiled and robust white cotton laundry. In case of heavy soiling or stains, you can
add an oxygen-based bleach additive which can be used at 95°C.
This programme eliminates bacteria, ensuring sanitization of your laundry.
Cotton
30 - 40 - 60 °C
6.0
Normally to heavily soiled bed linen, table linen and underwear, towels, shirts etc. made of cotton
and linen.
Synthetics
with prewash
60 °C
3.0
Heavily soiled laundry made of artificial fibres (like polyester, polyacryle, viscose etc.) or their blends
with cotton.
Synthetics
30 - 40 - 60 °C
3.0
Delicates
30 °C
Programme
Care
Labels
E. Programme selector
G
Detergents and Additives
PreMain
Softener
wash
Wash
Special options
Spin speed
reduction
X00 rpm
Rinse hold
Max.
Spin Speed
rpm
Yes
Yes 1)
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Max.
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Yes
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Max.
Yes
Yes 1)
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Max.
Normally soiled garments made of artificial fibres (like polyester, polyacryl, viscose etc.) or their
blends with cotton.
–
Yes
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Max.
1.5
Curtains and delicate clothing, dresses, skirts, shirts and blouses.
–
Yes
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1000 2)
Quick 30´
30 °C
3.0
Shortly worn clothing made of cotton, polyester, polyamide and blends with cotton.
Brief programme to refresh your laundry.
–
Yes
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Max.
Wool/Hand
Cold - 40 °C
1.0
Woollens, labelled with the Woolmark and identified as machine washable, as well as textiles made
of silk (keep to care label!), linen, wool and viscose marked as handwashable.
–
Yes
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1000 2)
Cotton
40 - 60 °C
6.0
Normally soiled cotton laundry. At 40°C and 60°C standard cotton programme and most favourable
programme in terms of combined water and energy consumption for washing cotton laundry.
- Reference programme for the Energy Label.
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Yes
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Max.
Rinse & Spin
–
6.0
Same as the last rinse and the final spin in the “Cotton” programme.
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Max.
Spin
–
6.0
In this programme spinning is intensive. Same as the spin cycle in the “Cotton” programme.
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Max.
Short Spin
–
1.0
In this programme spinning is gentle. Same as the spin cycle in the “Wool” programme.
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Max.
Drain
–
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Drain only - no spinning. Alternative method of terminating programme after “Rinse hold”
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i : option / Yes : dosing required
1) Do not use liquid detergents.
2) For improved garment care spin speed is restricted in these programmes.
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CONSUMPTION DATA
Power consumption in off-mode 0.16 W / in left-on mode 0.16 W
Programme
Temperature
(°C)
Load
(kg)
Water
(l)
Energy
(kWh)
Approx. programme
duration
(hours : minutes)
Cotton with prewash
95
6.0
69 ****
2.10
2:18
Cotton
60
6.0
49
1.02
2:30
Cotton
40
6.0
54
0.65
2:00
Synthetics
60
3.0
50**
0.70
1:35
Synthetics
40
3.0
46
0.50
1:20
Delicates
30
1.5
50
0.50
0:46
Quick 30´
30
3.0
40
0.30
0:30
Wool/Hand
40
1.0
45
0.60
0:40
Wool/Hand
cold
1.0
45
0.10
0:35
Cotton
*
60
6.0
49
0.78
4:00
Cotton
*
60
3.0
37
0.69
2:20 ***
Cotton
*
40
3.0
37
0.58
2:30 ***
Consumption values were measured in normalized conditions, in compliance with IEC/EN 60456. In the home, they may vary depending on the individual
water supply pressure and temperature, the load and the type of wash. The consumption data indicated are based on an inlet water temperature of approx.
15°C through the cold fill valve as well as the hot fill valve (if available). If your washing machine has a hot fill valve, connection of this valve to hot water supply
will lower the energy consumption by reduced heating times, depending on the individual hot fill inlet water temperature. Water and energy consumptions
refer to the default setting of the programmes, with temperature and load as indicated in the table; selecting any options or changing the spin speed will also
change the consumption data.
The programme duration may differ from the values indicated above as it depends on the operation conditions applicable at that time (see also
“Troubleshooting Guide” in your Instructions for Use).
* Reference programmes for Energy Label. For reasons of energy saving, the real water temperature may deviate from the declared cycle temperature.
** To reduce the water temperature, some cold water is added at the end of the main wash cycle, before the pump drains the water out.
*** Automatic adaptation of programme duration after detection of wash load
**** Cool down water and prewash water
ADD DETERGENTS, CLOSE THE DOOR AND
SELECT THE PROGRAMME
Load the laundry, close the door and add
detergents as indicated on the front page and
as described in the chapter “Detergent and
Additives” in your Instructions for Use.
• Turn the programme selector to the desired programme and temperature.
• The indication lamp next to “Start(Pause)”
button blinks.
If you do not start the programme soon after
having made your choice, the washing machine will
switch off automatically after about a quarter of
an hour. To switch the washing machine on again,
turn the programme selector to “Off/O” and
afterwards to the desired programme again.
SELECT ANY DESIRED OPTION
Push the button of any option desired - the
respective indication lamp lights up.
If the combination of programme and additional
option(s) is not possible, the indication lights
switch off automatically.
“Spin speed reduction” button
• Reduces the predetermined automatic
maximum spin speed to treat your laundry
more gently.
“Rinse hold” button
• The laundry remains in the last rinse water
without progressing to the final spin cycle to
avoid creasing and prevent colours from
changing.
• Particularly useful if you want to postpone
spinning to a later time, or if you want to drain
only.
• The programme stops to “Rinse hold” at the
time the “Rinse hold” indicator in the
programme flow bar is on. The indication lamp
next to the “Start(Pause)” button blinks.
Terminate the “Rinse hold” option :
• Press the “Start/Pause” button ; the
programmewill terminate automatically with
the final spin cycle for the present wash
programme.
• If you do not wish to spin the clothes, turn the
programme selector to the “Drain”
programme and press the “Start(Pause)”
button .
PROGRAMME START
Open the tap and press the “Start(Pause)”
button. The indication lamp next to the “Start
(Pause)” button lights up. The programme flow
bar shows the current programme phase, running
from left to right through Wash, Rinse, Spin/Drain.
“DOOR OPEN” INDICATION
Before starting and after end of a programme, the
lamp lights to show the the door can be opened.
As long as a wash programme is running, the door
remains locked and must on no account be forced
open. In case you have an urgent need to open
it during a running programme, refer to “Cancel
(Reset) a running programme before the end”.
FAILURE INDICATIONS
PROGRAMME END
The “Door open” indicator lights up. After about
a quarter of an hour, the washing machine will
switch off completely to save energy.
1. Turn the programme selector to the “Off/O”
position.
2. Close the water tap.
3. Open the door and unload the machine.
4. Leave the door ajar to allow the drum to dry.
CHANGE PROGRAMME AND/OR OPTIONS
AFTER PROGRAMME START
1. Press the “Start(Pause)” button to pause the
programme. The light blinks.
2. Select the new programme (with temperature),
and any options if you want.
3. Press the “Start(Pause)” button again.
The new programme continues at the same
position where the previous programme was
interrupted. Do not add detergent for this
programme.
CANCEL (RESET) A RUNNING PROGRAMME
BEFORE THE END
The “Reset” button cancels a programme before
the end.
• Press and hold the “Reset” button for a few
seconds.
Any existing water is drained out. It may last
some time until the door can be opened.
In case of any failures or irregularities, consult the
“Troubleshooting Guide” in your Instructions for
Use.
“Water tap closed”: no or not sufficient inlet
water.
”Service”
: failure or malfunction of an electrical component.
”Clean pump”: waste water is not pumped out.
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