Washer dryer
WVH28422GB
en Instruction Manual and Installation Instructions
Your new washer dryer
Note/tip
You have chosen a Bosch washer dryer.
Information about the optimum use of
the appliance/any other useful
information.
Please take a few minutes to read and
become familiar with the advantages of
your washer dryer.
To meet the high quality demands
required by Bosch, every washer dryer
that leaves our factory is carefully
checked to ensure that it functions
correctly and is in perfect condition.
For more information on our products,
accessories, replacement parts and
services, see our website www.boschhome.comor contact our after-sales
service centres.
If the operating and installation
instructions describe different models,
any differences will be pointed out at the
relevant points in the text.
Read these operating and installation
instructions before switching on the
washer dryer.
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word indicates a possibly dangerous
situation. Not heeding the warning can
cause death or injuries.
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dangerous situation. Not heeding the
caution can cause property and/or
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Contents
enI structionManual ndInstal tionI structions
8 Intended use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
( Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . .5
Electrical safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Risk of injury . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Safety for children. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
7 Protection of the environment . .6
Packaging/old appliance . . . . . . . . . . 6
Hints and tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Y The main points in brief . . . . . . .7
* Getting to know your appliance .8
Washer dryer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Display panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Z Laundry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Preparing laundry for washing . . . . . 12
Preparing laundry for drying . . . . . . . 13
1 Operating the appliance . . . . . .14
Preparing the washer dryer. . . . . . .
Selecting the programme/
Switching on the appliance. . . . . . .
Adjusting the washing programme .
Adjusting the drying programme . .
Loading the laundry . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dosing and adding detergent and
care product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting the programme . . . . . . . . .
Childproof lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reloading the laundry. . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the programme. . . . . . . .
Interrupting or ending the
programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
End of the programme . . . . . . . . . .
After washing/drying. . . . . . . . . . . .
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Drying table . . . . .
Starching . . . . . . .
Dyeing/Bleaching
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0 Changing programme default
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°C (Temperature) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
0 (Finish in) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
0 (Spin speed). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
5 (Drying) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
\ Selecting additional functions . 26
G (SpeedPerfect) .
F (EcoPerfect) . . .
à (Rinse plus) . . . .
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M Setting the signal . . . . . . . . . . . 27
2 Cleaning and maintenance. . . . 28
Machine housing/Control panel . .
Drum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Descaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the detergent dispenser .
Drain pump blocked . . . . . . . . . . .
Drainage hose on the siphon
blocked . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Filter in the water inlet hose
blocked . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3 Faults and what to do about
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Emergency release, e.g. if a power
failure occurs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Information on the display panel . . . .31
Faults and what to do about them. . .32
/ Overview of programmes . . . . .20
Programme on the programme
selector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
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Intended use
4 Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . 35
J Technical specifications . . . . . 35
[ Consumption values . . . . . . . . 36
5 Installation and connection . . . 37
Standard accessories . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Secure installation . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the appliance on a base
or on a wooden joist ceiling. . . . . .
Installing the appliance under/
between kitchen units . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the transportation
protection devices . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hose and cable lengths. . . . . . . . .
Connecting the water. . . . . . . . . . .
Water supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Water drainage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drainage into a wash basin . . . . . .
Drainage into a siphon . . . . . . . . .
Drainage into a plastic pipe with
rubber sleeve or into a gully . . . . .
Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . .
Before washing/drying for the
Ffirst time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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For private domestic use only.
The washer dryer is suitable for
machine-washable textiles or handwashable wool in washing water and
for drying these textiles.
The appliance is suitable for
operation with cold mains water and
commercially available detergents
and care products which are suitable
for use in a washer dryer.
Always follow the manufacturer's
instructions when dosing
all detergents, cleaning aids,
cleaning products and cleaning
agents.
The washer dryer may be operated
by children from 8 years of age, by
persons who have limited physical,
sensory or mental abilities and by
persons who have inadequate
experience or knowledge, provided
they are supervised or have been
instructed by a responsible person.
Children must not perform any
cleaning or maintenance work
without supervision.
Keep children under the age of 3
years away from the washer dryer.
Keep pets away from the washer
dryer.
Install and operate the washer dryer
in a room which has an outflow.
Before operating the appliance: Read
the installation and operating
instructions and all other information
enclosed with the washer dryer, and use
the machine accordingly.
Retain the documents for subsequent
use.
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Safety instructions
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Electrical safety
: Warning
Danger of death!
Danger of death if live parts are
touched.
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When disconnecting the mains
plug, always pull the plug itself
and not the cable, otherwise the
cable could be damaged.
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Never touch or hold the mains
plug with wet hands.
Risk of injury
: Warning
Risk of injury!
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If the washer dryer is lifted
using projecting parts (e.g. the
washer dryer door), these
components may break off and
cause injuries.
Do not lift the washer dryer by
its projecting parts.
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If you climb onto the washer
dryer, the worktop may break
and cause injuries.
Do not climb onto the washer
dryer.
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If you lean/support yourself on
the open door, the washer dryer
may overturn and cause
injuries.
Do not lean on the open
washer dryer door.
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If you reach into the rotating
drum, you may injure your
hands.
Do not grip the rotating drum.
Wait until the drum stops
rotating.
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: Warning
Risk of scalding!
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When washing at high
temperatures, you may be
scalded if you touch the hot
washing water (e.g. if draining
hot washing water into a
washbasin).
Do not touch the hot washing
water.
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If a drying programme was
interrupted, the washer dryer
and laundry may be very hot.
Select Intensive Dry 5 or
Gentle Dry ‰ and select
15 min drying time to cool
down the washing and then
remove.
Safety for children
: Warning
Danger of death!
If children play on the washer
dryer, they may place themselves
in life-threatening situations or
injure themselves.
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Do not leave children
unsupervised near the washer
dryer.
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Do not let children play with the
washer dryer.
: Warning
Danger of death!
Children may lock themselves
inside appliances and suffocate.
On redundant appliances:
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Pull out the mains plug.
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Sever the power cord and
discard together with the plug.
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Destroy the lock on the door of
the washer dryer.
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Protection of the environment
: Warning
Risk of choking!
When playing, children may
become entangled in the
packaging/film and packaging
parts or pull them over their heads
and suffocate.
Keep packaging, plastic film and
packaging parts out of the reach
of children.
: Warning
Risk of poisoning!
Detergents and care products may
be poisonous if consumed.
Keep detergents and care
products out of the reach of
children.
: Warning
Eye / skin irritation!
Detergents and care products may
cause irritation if they come into
contact with the eyes or skin.
Keep detergents and care
products out of the reach of
children.
: Warning
Risk of injury!
When washing at high
temperatures, the glass part of the
door becomes hot.
Prevent children from touching the
hot door.
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environment
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Packaging/old appliance
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Dispose of packaging in an
environmentally friendly manner.
This appliance has been identified in
accordance with the European Directive
2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE). The
Directive specifies the framework for an
EU-wide valid return and recycling of
waste appliances.
Hints and tips
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Utilise the maximum amount of
washing for the particular
programme.
Overview of
programmes~ Page 20
Wash normally soiled laundry without
prewash.
The selectable temperatures apply to
the care labels on the textiles. The
temperatures in the machine may
deviate from this so that you get the
optimum mix of energy-saving and
washing results.
Energy saving mode: The display
panel light goes out after several
minutes, A Start/Reload flashes. To
reactivate the display, select any
button.
The energy-saving mode is not
activated if a programme is running.
If the laundry is then dried in
the appliance, select the maximal
possible spin speed. The less water
the laundry contains, the less time
and energy are required for drying.
Do not dry dripping wet laundry.
Ventilate the installation room well
and clean the air inlet filter regularly.
Cleaning and
maintenance~ Page 28
and Installation and
connection~ Page 37
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Insert mains plug.
Turn the tap on.
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Open the washer
dryer door.
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Select the washing/
drying programme
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If required, change the programme default
settings and/or select additional functions.
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Max. load in display
panel.
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Sort the laundry.
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Load the laundry.
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Open the detergent
drawer.
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End of the
programme.
Close the washer
dryer door.
Dose detergent
according to the
dosing
recommendation.
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Set programme
selector to Ú Off.
Select A Start/
Reload.
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Open the door and
remove the laundry.
Turn off the tap. ( for
models without
Aqua-Stop)
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Getting to know your appliance
* Getting to know your
appliance
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Washer dryer
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Hot air outlet
Operating/display panel
Door with handle
9S Open the door
9T Close the door
@ Service flap and cool air inlet
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Control panel
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Change the default settings for the selected programme and select additional functions:
( Select buttons °C (Temperature), 5 (Finish
in) time, 0 (Spin speed) and 5 (Drying) for
default settings.~ Page 24
@ Start programme. Select the A Start/
Reload button to start, interrupt (e.g. reload
the laundry) and cancel the
programme.~ Page 16
0 Select buttons G(SpeedPerfect),
F (EcoPerfect), O (Rinse plus) and
p (Less iron) for additional
functions.~ Page 26
H Display panel for settings and information.
8 Select a programme. Can be rotated in either
direction. To switch off the washer dryer, set
the programme selector to Ú Off.
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Getting to know your appliance
Display panel
Displays for the programme
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(: Temperature for washing
programme.
Ž (cold) – 90°C
Temperature in °C
1:50*
Programme duration after programme selection in h:min (hours:minutes)
0: Programme information.
Time:
1 – 24 h
Finish in time in h (h=hour)
Capacity:
7.0 kg*
Max. load for selected programmes
Programme status:
–0–
Programme end
PAUS
Programme interrupted
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End of programme using Rinse stop
OPEn
The door can be opened if programme interrupted
A:02
The door cannot be opened
E : - -*
Fault display
0
Setting the signal~ Page 27
Aut 1
Auto-Dry mode 1, Cupboard dry
Aut 2
Auto-Dry mode 2, Extra dry
120*
Selected drying time
OFF
The drying function is deactivated
Door open information:
Further information:
Drying mode and drying time:
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Getting to know your appliance
8: Spin speed
$ – 1400*
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Spin speed in revolutions per minute;
$ (Rinse stop = without final drain/spin
cycle, laundry remains in the water after the
last rinse cycle)
Washing
Rinsing
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Draining/Spinning
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Drying
Auto
On if auto drying programme is selected
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On if drying programme is selected.
Automatic load detection function:
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Detects the load when the water has run in
and sets the remaining time accordingly. The
symbols indicate a small, medium and large
load which was determined by means of the
recommended maximum load ** for the
selected programme.
** Automatic display of the detected load
only for washing programmes with
a recommended maximum load of more than
3 kg, with the exception of Spin 0,
Rinse O and O (Rinse plus). Different
types of textiles with different degrees of
water absorption may influence the load display
Tap
¹ lights up
Water pressure too low. This extends the programme duration
¹ flashes
The tap has not been turned on or there is no
water pressure
} lights up
When the door can be opened
} flashes
When the programme has started: the door
is not closed properly
Overdosage
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On if too much foam detected, one rinse
cycle switched on
Childproof lock
@ lights up
The childproof lock is activated
@ flashes
The childproof lock is actived, and if the programme selector has been adjusted or the
buttons have been pressed
H: Programme information
symbols
Door
* Depends on selected programmes/additional functions.
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Laundry
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Preparing laundry for washing
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Sorting laundry according to:
Sort your laundry according to the care
instructions and specifications of the
manufacturer on the care labels:
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Type of fabric/fibre
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Colour
Note: Laundry can discolour or not
be cleaned correctly. Wash white
and coloured items separately.
Wash new bright fabrics separately
the first time you wash them.
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Soiling
– light
do not prewash; if necessary
select the G (SpeedPerfect)
additional function.
– normal
Select programme with prewash.
If required, pretreat stains.
– heavy
Load less washing. Select
programme with prewash. If
required, pretreat stains.
– Stains: Remove/pretreat stains
while they are fresh. Firstly, dab
with a soap water; do not rub.
Then select the appropriate
programme and wash the items.
Stubborn or dried-in stains can
sometimes only be removed by
washing several times.
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Symbols on the care labels
Note: The numbers in the symbols
indicate the maximum washing
temperature that may be used.
M Suitable for normal washing
process;
e.g. Cottons programme
N A gentle washing process is
required;
e.g. Easy-Care programme
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An especially gentle washing
process is required; e.g.
Delicates/Silk programme
Suitable for washing by hand;
e.g. W Wool program
Do not machine wash.
Protecting your laundry and washer
dryer:
Caution!
Damage to the appliance/textiles
Foreign objects (e.g. coins, paper clips,
needles, nails) may damage the
washing or components of the washer
dryer.
The following instructions must be
observed when preparing your laundry:
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Always follow the manufacturer's
instructions when dosing
all detergents, cleaning aids, care
products and cleaning agents.
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Do not exceed maximum load.
Overfilling will impair the washing
result.
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Keep detergents and agents for the
pretreatment of laundry (e.g. stain
remover, prewash sprays, etc.) away
from the surfaces of the washer
dryer. Using a damp cloth,
immediately remove any fine spray
residue and other residue or
droplets.
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Empty any pockets. Remove any
foreign objects.
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Remove metal parts (paper clips,
etc.).
Laundry
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Trousers, knitwear and knitted
textiles, e.g. jersey garments, T-shirts
or sweatshirts, should be turned
inside out.
Ensure that underwired bras are
machine-washable.
Wash delicates in a net or bag
(tights, underwired bras, etc).
Close zips, button up covers.
Brush sand out of pockets and
collars.
Remove curtain fittings or include in
the net/bag.
Preparing laundry for drying
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Before drying, spin at the optimum
speed. A spin speed of more than
1000 rpm is recommended for
cotton, more than 800 rpm for easycare textiles.
Do not iron washing immediately
after drying. It is recommended to
roll the washing up first to distribute
residual moisture evenly.
To ensure a good drying
performance, quilts, terry cloths and
other large textiles should be dried
separately. Do not dry more than
four terry cloths (or 3 kg).
Do not exceed maximum load.
Note: To ensure an even drying result,
sort the laundry according to the:
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Type of fabric
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Drying programme
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Care symbols which are indicated on
the care labels.
Only dry laundry which is labelled
“dryer-proof” or which has the following
care symbols:
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a = Dry at normal temperature
(Intensive Dry 5 )
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` = Dry at low temperature
(Gentle Dry ‰ )
The following textiles must not be dried:
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b = care symbol “Do not dry”
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Wool or textiles containing wool.
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Delicates (silk, synthetic curtains).
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Textiles which contain foam rubber
or similar materials.
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Textiles which were treated with
flammable liquids, e.g. with stain
remover, petroleum ether, thinners.
Risk of explosion!
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Textiles which still contain hairspray
or similar substances.
Notes
Before drying, hand-washed textiles
must be spun at the appropriate spin
speed.
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Operating the appliance
1 Operating the
appliance
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Preparing the washer dryer
The washer dryer was tested before
delivery. To remove residual water from
the test procedure, the first wash cycle
should be run without laundry using the
Drum Clean l programme.
Before washing/drying for the first time
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Note:
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Never switch on a damaged washer
dryer!
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Inform your customer service!
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1. Insert mains plug.
2. Turn the tap on.
The end of the drying programme is
followed by an automatic fluff
cleaning cycle. The tap must be
turned on even when selecting a
drying programme.
Note:
Always provide good ventilation in
the room where the washer dryer is
located so that air produced during
the drying phase can be evacuated.
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Always keep the inlets and outlets
for the cooling air clear.
3. Open the door.
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Selecting the programme/
Switching on the appliance
Note:
If you have activated the childproof lock,
you must deactivate it before you can
set a programme.
Select the required programme with the
programme selector. Can be rotated in
either direction.
The washer dryer is switched on.
The following figures are indicated
continuously on the display panel for
the selected programme:
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the programme duration (when door
is closed),
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the preset temperature,
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the preset spin speed and
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the maximum load (when door is
opened),
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Adjusting the washing
programme
You can use the displayed default
settings or adjust the selected
programme optimally to the laundry
items by changing the default settings
or selecting additional functions. The
selectable settings and additional
functions depend on selected washing/
drying programme.
Overview of programmes~ Page 20
Note:
After changing the programme default
settings and/or additional functions, the
programme duration may change.
Notes
Options can be selected, deselected
or changed depending on the
progress of the programme.
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The buttons are sensitive, they only
need to be touched gently. If the
button °C (Temperature), 0 (Spin
speed), 5 (Finish in) is held down,
the setting options are automatically
scrolled through.
Adjusting the drying
programme
Changing default settings for a
washing programme, e. g. washing
temperature:
Changing the defaut settings for
a drying programme:
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Touch the 5 (Drying) button to set
the desired drying mode or drying
time (only for an individual drying
programme) .
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Touch the °C (Temperature) button
to set desired washing temperature.
Changing the additional functions for
a washing programme, e.g. select
G (SpeedPerfect) :
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Touch the G (SpeedPerfect)
button; the indicator light comes on
and the additional function is
selected. To deselect the additional
function, touch the
G (SpeedPerfect) button again,
and the indicator light goes off.
Note:
If an individual drying programme or
washing and drying without interruption
is selected, you can change the default
settings for the drying programme if
required.
Overview of programmes~ Page 20
Note:
After changing the default settings for
the drying programme, the programme
duration may change.
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Operating the appliance
Loading the laundry
: Warning
Danger of death!
Laundry items pretreated with solventbased detergents, e.g. stain remover/
petroleum ether, may cause an
explosion if loaded into the washer
dryer.
Thoroughly rinse laundry items by hand
before washing.
Notes
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Mix large and small items. Laundry
items of different sizes distribute
themselves better during the spin
cycle. Individual laundry items may
cause an unbalanced load.
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Observe the indicated maximum
load. Overfilling adversely affects
the washing result and promotes
creasing.
1. Unfold presorted laundry items and
place in the drum.
2. Ensure that no laundry items are
trapped between the door and
rubber seal.
3. Close the door.
Note: The indicator light on the
A Start/Reload button flashes and the
default settings for the programme
appear continuously on the display
panel. Changes may be made to the
default settings.
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Dosing and adding detergent
and care product
Caution!
Damage to the appliance
Detergents and agents for the
pretreatment of laundry (e.g. stain
remover, prewash sprays, etc.) may
damage the surfaces of the washer
dryer.
Keep these agents away from the
surfaces of the washer dryer. Using a
damp cloth, immediately remove any
fine spray residue and other residue/
droplets.
Dosing
Dose the detergents and care products
according to:
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water hardness (ask your water
supply company),
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the manufacturer’s specifications on
the packaging,
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the amount of laundry,
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soiling.
Filling the dispensers
1. Pull out the detergent drawer.
: Warning
Eye / skin irritation!
If the detergent drawer is opened
while the appliance is running,
detergent/care product may run out.
Carefully open the drawer.
If detergent/care product comes into
contact with eyes or skin, rinse
thoroughly.
If accidentally swallowed, seek
medical advice.
2. Pour in detergent and/or cleaning
product.
Operating the appliance
Dispenser I
Detergent for prewash.
Dispenser i Softener, starch. Do not exceed
the maximum load.
Dispenser II
Detergent for main wash, water
softener, bleach, stain remover.
Dispenser A For dosing liquid detergent.
Notes
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Always follow the manufacturer's
instructions when dosing
all detergents, cleaning aids, care
products and cleaning agents.
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Dilute viscous fabric softener
and fabric conditioner with water.
This will prevent blockages.
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Be careful when opening the
detergent drawer while the appliance
is running.
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If an individual drying programme is
selected, please do not add
detergent and/or care product in the
appliance.
Measuring aid* for liquid detergent
*depending on the model
Position the measuring aid for
measuring the correct amount of liquid
detergent:
1. Pull out the detergent drawer. Press
down the insert and fully remove the
drawer.
2. Slide the measuring aid forwards,
fold it down and click it into place.
3. Reinsert the drawer.
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Note: Do not use the measuring aid for
gel detergents and washing powder, or
for programmes with prewash or when
"Finish in" time is selected.
For models without a measuring aid,
pour the liquid detergent into the
appropriate dispenser and place it in
the drum.
Starting the programme
Select A Start/Reload. The indicator
lamp is lit and the programme starts.
Note: If you want to secure the
programme to prevent it from being
adjusted inadvertently, select the
childproof lock.
The display panel shows the Finished in
time while the programme is running or
the programme duration and the
programme progress symbols when the
washing programme has started.
Display panel~ Page 10
Childproof lock
You can secure the washer dryer to
prevent the set functions from being
changed inadvertently. To do this,
activate the childproof lock when the
programme has started.
Activating/deactivating: Touch and hold
the button 5 (Finish in) for
approx. 5 seconds. The symbol @ is
indicated in the display. If the button
signal is activated, an acoustic signal
sounds.
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Operating the appliance
@ lights up: The childproof lock is
activated.
@ flashes: The childproof lock is
active and the programme selector
has been adjusted. To prevent the
programme from terminating, reset
the programme selector to the initial
programme. The symbol lights up
again.
Note:
The childproof lock may remain
activated until the next programme
starts, even after the washer dryer has
been switched off. If this is the case,
deactivate the childproof lock before the
programme starts and, if required, reactivate after the programme starts.
Reloading the laundry
When the programme has started, the
laundry can be reloaded or taken out as
required.
Select A Start/Reload. The washer
dryer checks whether a reloading is
possible.
Notes
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If there is a high water level, high
temperature or if the drum is
rotating, the door remains locked
for safety reasons and reloading is
not possible.
If the following is indicated on the
display panel:
A:02 + PAUS ~ Reloading is not
possible. To continue the
programme, select the A Start/
Reload button.
} + OPEn are lit ~ Reloading is
possible.
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Do not open the door until both the
symbols } + OPEn are lit.
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Do not leave door open for
a prolonged period – water could
run out of the laundry.
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The reloading function cannot be
activated during the drying phase.
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Changing the programme
If you have started the wrong
programme by mistake, you can
change the programme as follows:
1. Select A Start/Reload.
2. Select another programme. If
required, adjust the default settings
and/or select additional functions.
3. Select A Start/Reload. The new
programme starts from
the beginning.
Interrupting or ending the
programme
For programmes at high temperature:
1. Select A Start/Reload.
2. To cool down laundry: Select
Rinse O.
3. Select A Start/Reload.
For programmes at low temperature:
1. Select A Start/Reload.
2. Select Spin 0/Drain [.
3. Select A Start/Reload.
For drying programmes:
1. Select Intensive Dry 5 or Gentle
Dry ‰.
2. Touch button 5 (Drying) and set
drying time to 15 minutes.
3. Select A Start/Reload.
End of the programme
– 0 – or – – – – (Rinse stop = without
final drain/spin cycle) is indicated in the
display and acoustic signal sounds.
Setting the signal~ Page 27
If $ (Rinse stop = without final drain/
spin cycle) was selected, press
A Start/Reload button to start the final
drain/spin cycle.
Operating the appliance
Notes
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The programme continues by
pumping out the water and spinning
the laundry (the standard spin speed
can be changed beforehand).
■
If only the water is to be pumped out,
approx. 1 minute after the
programme starts, touch the
A Start/Reload button before the
spin cycle starts, then turn the
programme selector to Ú Off. The
programme is interrupted and the
door lock is released. The laundry
can be removed.
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If hot flashes in the display before
the drying programme ends, the
temperature in the drum is high. The
programme for cooling the drum
runs until the temperature in the
drum has dropped.
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Leave the detergent drawer and
door open so that residual water can
evaporate.
Always remove the laundry.
Always wait until the programme
ends, as the appliance could still be
locked. Then switch the appliance
on and wait for the unlocking device.
When the display panel has gone
out at the end of the programme,
energy-saving mode is active. To
activate, select any button.
After washing/drying
1. Open the door and remove the
laundry.
2. Turn the programme selector to
Ú Off. The appliance is switched off.
3. Turn off the tap.
Not required for Aqua-Stop models.
~ Page 37
Notes
Do not leave any items of laundry in
the drum. In the next wash they may
shrink or discolour another item.
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Remove any foreign objects from
the drum and the rubber seal – risk
of rust.
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Overview of programmes
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programmes
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Programme on the programme
selector
Programme/Type of washing
Name of the programme
Brief explanation of the programme and which textiles it is suitable
for.
Options/Information
maximum load according to
EN50229
maximum load for washing/
maximum load for drying
selectable temperature in °C
selectable spin speeds in rpm
possible additional functions for
washing
possible settings for drying
Cottons i
max. 7(4)* kg/4 kg
Standard washing program for hard-wearing textiles made of cotton Ž (cold) – 90 °C
or linen.
$ – 1400 rpm
Note:
G, F, O, p
* Reduced load for G additional functions.
Aut 1, Aut 2
+ Prewash T
max. 7(4)* kg/4 kg
Energy-intensive program for heavily soiled hard-wearing textiles
Ž (cold) – 90 °C
made of cotton or linen.
$ – 1400 rpm
Note:
G, F, O, p
* Reduced load for G additional functions.
Aut 1, Aut 2
Easy-Care f
max. 3.5 kg/2.5 kg
Textiles made of synthetic materials or blended fabrics.
Ž (cold) – 60 °C
$ – 1000 rpm
G, F, O, p
Aut 1, Aut 2
Mixed Load o
max. 3.5 kg/2.5 kg
Mixed load consisting of textiles made of cotton and synthetics.
Ž (cold) – 60 °C
$ – 1400 rpm
G, F, O, p
Aut 1, Aut 2
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Overview of programmes
Programme/Type of washing
Delicate/Silk “
For delicate, washable textiles, e.g.made of silk, satin, synthetic
fibres or blended fabrics.
Note:
Use a detergent suitable for machine washable delicate fabrics or
silk.
W Wool ã
Hand and machine-washable fabrics made of wool or wool blend;
particularly gentle wash programme to prevent shrinkage of laundry, with longer programme breaks (soaking garments in the detergent solution).
Note:
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Wool is of animal origin, e.g.: Angora, alpaca, llama, sheep.
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Use a detergent suitable for machine washable wool.
Rinse O
Washable textiles, Extra rinse with spin.
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Options/Information
max. 2 kg
Ž (cold) – 40 °C
$ – 800 rpm
G, O, p
–
max. 2 kg
Ž (cold) – 40 °C
$ – 800 rpm
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max. 7 kg
–
$ – 1400 rpm
O, p
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Spin 0 / Drain [
max. 7 kg
Single spinning program with selectable spin speed.
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To select the Drain [ programme, touch the A Start/Reload but- 400 – 1400 rpm
ton to start programme. After approx. 1 minute before the spin cycle
p
starts, touch the A Start/Reload.
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SuperQuick 15’ ]/Wash&Dry 60’ \
max. 3.5(2.0)* kg/1 kg
For small amount (≤1kg) lightly soiled garments made of cotton,
Ž (cold) – 40 °C
linen, synthetic or blended fabrics. Approx. 15 mins for washing. If
$ – 1000 rpm
drying function is selected, it’s followed by another approx. 45 mins
G, O
drying process.
Note:
Aut 1
* Reduced load for G additional functions.
HygieneCare t
max.4 kg/4 kg
An innovative program, pretreat dry laundry by hot air (up to 70°C) Ž (cold) – 40 °C
to for increased hygienic demands, followed by a low temperature
$ – 1400 rpm
washing cycle. Achieves both hygiene effect and fabric care. SuitaO
ble for most non-delicate textile.
Aut 1, Aut 2
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Overview of programmes
Programme/Type of washing
Allergy+ ;
Hardwearing textiles made of cotton or linen.
Notes
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Especially suitable for increased hygienic demands or particularly sensitive skin on account of prolonged washing at a
defined temperature, with a higher water level and longer rinsing cycle.
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* Reduced load for G additional functions.
Drum Clean l
Special program for drum hygiene or fluff removal:
90 °C = antibacterial program, do not use detergent.
40 °C = antibacterial program; special drum cleaning detergent can
be used.
Ž (cold)= rinsing programme for the removal of fluff which has collected in the washer drum during the drying phase.
Refresh î
Odour removal and wrinkle reduction program, suitable for wool,
linen, suits, etc. which do not need frequent washing.
Gentle Dry ‰
Single gentle dry programme for drying garments with lower temperature,
- by selecting Aut1 to achieve automatic cupboard dry result,
- by selecting Aut2 to achieve automatic extra dry result,
- self-defined drying time selectable from 30, 60, 90 to 120 mins
Note:
** 15 min drying time is for cooling down the laundry and machine
after drying process.
Intensive Dry 5
Single normal dry program for drying garments with higher temperature.,
- by selecting Aut1 to achieve automatic cupboard dry result,
- by selecting Aut2 to achieve automatic extra dry result,
- self-defined drying time selectable from 30, 60, 90 to 120 mins.
Note:
** 15 min drying time is for cooling down the laundry and machine
after drying process.
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Options/Information
max. 7(4)* kg/4 kg
Ž (cold) – 60 °C
$ – 1400 rpm
G, F, O, p
Aut 1, Aut 2
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Ž (cold), 40, 90 °C
400 – 1400 rpm
–
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max. 1 kg
–
–
–
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max. 2.5 kg
–
–
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Aut 1, Aut 2, Time dry**
max. 4 kg
–
–
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Aut 1, Aut 2, Time dry**
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Drying table
Cottons/coloureds (textiles made of cotton or linen such as underwear, T-shirts, sweaters, trousers,
kitchen towels)
Dry weight in kg
0,5 _1,0
1,0 _ 2,0
2,0 _ 3,0
3,0 _,0
Estimated drying time in min
Cupboard
dry
Aut1
< 60
60 _ 85
85 _120
120 _ 160
Extra dry
Aut2
< 65
65 _ 100
100 _140
140 _170
Recommended
programme
Intensive Dry 5 (Auto)
_ 0,5
_ 1,0
_ 2,0
_ 2,5
Adjustable drying time in min
30
60
90
120
Intensive Dry 5 (Time)
Quilt/terry cloth (larger or thick textiles made of cotton such as terry cloths, bed sheets, table cloths,
jeans_, work clothes)
Dry weight in kg
0,5 _1,0
1,0 _ 2,0
2,0 _3 ,0
3,0 _ 4,0
Estimated drying time in min
Cupboard
dry
Aut1
< 70
70 _ 95
Extra dry
Aut2
< 75
75 _ 110 110 _ 150
Recommended
programme
95 _ 13
130 _ 170
_ 0,5
_ 1,0
_ 1,5
_ 2,0
Adjustable drying time in min
30
60
90
120
150 _ 180
Intensive Dry 5 (Auto)
Intensive Dry 5 (Time)
Easy-care (Textiles made of synthetic or blended fabrics such as shirts, sportswear, delicate items)
Dry weight in kg
0,5 _1,0
1,0 _ 2,0
2,0 _ 2,5
Estimated drying time in min
Cupboard
dry
Aut1
< 55
55 _ 95
95 _ 130
Extra dry
Aut2
< 65
65 _ 130
130 _160
Recommended
programme
±
±
Gentle Dry ‰ (Auto)
_ 0,5
_ 1,0
_ 1,5
_ 2,0
Adjustable drying time in min
30
60
90
120
Gentle Dry ‰ (Time)
The times are approximate and refer to a normal load, standard spin programme and room temperature.
The maximum selectable drying time is 120 min. If the laundry weighs more than 2.5 kg, select automatic drying. This function is recommended to ensure good drying results and save energy. The 15-minute
drying programme is used to cool the laundry.
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Changing programme default settings
Starching
Note: The laundry should not be
treated with fabric softener.
Liquid starch can be used in all wash
programmes. Pour starch into the
dispenser M according to
manufacturer’s specifications
(if required, clean beforehand).
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default settings
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You can change the default settings for
selected programmes. The settings can
be changed even while the selected
programme is running.The effects
depend on the progress of the
programme.
Dyeing/Bleaching
Dye in household quantities only. Salt
may attack stainless steel! Observe
specifications of the dye manufacturer!
Do not bleach laundry in the washer
dryer!
Soaking
1. Pour soaking agent/detergent into
dispenser II according
to the manufacturer’s instructions.
2. Set the programme selector to
Cottons i 60°C and select
A Start/Reload.
3. After approximately 10 minutes
select A Start/Reload.
4. After the required soaking time,
reselect A Start/Reload if the
programme is to be continued or
change the programme.
Note:
Load laundry of the same colour. No
additional detergent is required,
the soaking solution is used for
washing.
°C (Temperature)
( The indicated washing temperature
can be changed. The maximum
selectable washing temperature varies
depending on the selected programme.
Overview of programmes ~ Page 20
0 (Finish in)
0 Delays the Finish in time (end
of programme).
Note:
The respective programme duration is
displayed by selecting the programme.
The programme duration is
automatically adjusted while the
programme is running if the programme
duration needs to be changed, e.g. due
to changes in the programme default
settings.
Before the programme starts, the end of
the programme can be preselected in
hourly increments up to a maximum of
24h.
When the programme has started,
the preselected time is displayed e.g.8h
and counts down until the programme
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Changing programme default settings
starts. Then the programme duration is
displayed, e.g. 2:30.
When the programme has started,
the preselected time can be changed
as follows:
1. Select A Start/Reload.
2. Select the 5 (Finish in) button
and change the Finish in time.
3. Select A Start/Reload.
0 (Spin speed)
8 The spin speed can be changed
before and during the programme (in
rpm, revolutions per minute) depending
on the progress of the programme.
Setting $ (Rinse stop = without final
drain/spin cycle), laundry remains in the
water after the last rinse cycle. The
maximum spin speed depends on the
programme and model.
Overview of programmes~ Page 20
5 (Drying)
@ The drying function can be
activated, deactivated and set with this
button. Washing and drying without
interruption is possible in automatic
mode only. If the programme for
individual drying is selected, automatic
drying or timed drying with a required
drying duration is available.
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Notes
Programme selection in Intensive
Dry 5 or Gentle Dry ‰ position to
select an individual drying
programme.
Overview of programmes
~ Page 20
The standard drying mode is Aut1.
In this mode the drying time is
automatically set according to the
amount of laundry to be dried. The
result is cupboard-dry laundry.
Drying mode can be set to Aut2 in
order to obtain an extra dry result; or
preselect the drying time which can
be specified by selecting the
5 (Drying) button.
Cupboard dry (Aut1): For singlelayer fabrics. Garments can be
folded or hung up in a cupboard.
Extra dry (Aut2): For fabrics made
of thick, multilayered items of
clothing, which need to be dried
longer. Garments can be folded or
hung up in a cupboard. Laundry
more dry than Cupboard dry.
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Programme selection in washing
programmes and if washing and
drying is required without
interruption (only for Cottons i,
+Prewash T, Easy-Care f, Mixed
Load o, SuperQuick 15’ ] and
Allergy+ ;).
1. Touch button 5 (Drying) and
activate the function Aut1 or Aut2.
2. Do not exceed the maximum loads
for drying.
Overview of programmes
~ Page 20
3. Maximum spin speed for the
washing programme will be selected
automatically to obtain a good
drying result.
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Selecting additional functions
p (Less iron)
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You can select your desired additional
functions by touching the respective
buttons.
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G (SpeedPerfect)
( For a shorter wash time with a
comparable washing effect to the
standard programme.
Note: Do not exceed maximum load.
Overview of programmes~ Page 20
F (EcoPerfect)
0 Energy-optimised washing by
reducing the temperature while
achieving a consistent washing result.
Note: The washing temperature is
lower than the selected temperature.
For special hygiene requirements, the
Allergy+ ; programme is
recommended.
à (Rinse plus)
8 Additional rinse cycle. For areas
with very soft water or for an even better
rinsing result.
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subsequent fluffing. Gentle final spin –
residual moisture in the laundry
increased slightly.
Setting the signal
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1. Activate setting mode for the signal volume
Turn to Ú Off.
Turn one position Press and hold the ° C button + turn
clockwise.
one position clockwise.
Release the
button.
2.a Set the volume for the button signals
Press the 0 button until the
required volume is reached.
Go to step 2.b or
Set to Ú Off, which
exits setting mode for
the signal volume.
2.b Selecting the volume for the information signals
Turn one position clockwise
Press the 0 button
until the required
volume is reached.
Set to Ú Off, which
exits setting mode for
the signal volume.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Descaling
2 Cleaning and
maintenance
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: Warning
Risk of electric shock!
Danger of death if live parts are
touched.
Switch off the appliance and disconnect
at the mains plug.
: Warning
Risk of poisoning!
Solvent-based cleaning agents, e.g.
petroleum ether, in the washer dryer
may cause toxic vapours.
Do not use solvent-based cleaning
agents.
Caution!
Damage to the appliance
Solvent-based cleaning agents, e.g.
petroleum ether, may damage the
surfaces and components of the washer
dryer.
Do not use solvent-based cleaning
agents.
Machine housing/Control
panel
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Immediately remove washing and
cleaning agent residue.
Wipe with a soft, damp cloth.
Do not use abrasive cloths, sponges
or detergents (stainless steel
cleaner).
Do not clean the appliance with a
water jet.
Drum
Use chlorine-free cleaning agents, do
not use steel wool.
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Not required if detergent dosed
correctly. However, if this does occur,
follow the instructions of the descaling
agent manufacturer. Suitable descalers
can be purchased on our website or
from customer service. ~ Page 35
Cleaning the detergent
dispenser
If it contains detergent or fabric softener
residue:
1. Pull out the detergent drawer.
Depress the insert and remove the
drawer completely.
2. Take out insert: using your finger,
press insert upwards.
3. Clean the detergent dispenser and
insert with water and a brush and
dry.
4. Attach the insert and lock into
position (push the cylinder onto the
guide pin).
5. Insert detergent drawer.
Note: Leave the detergent drawer open
so that residual water can evaporate.
Drain pump blocked
: Warning
Risk of scalding!
Washing water is hot when washing at
high temperatures. You may be scalded
if you touch the hot washing water.
Allow the washing water to cool down.
Cleaning and maintenance
1. Turn the tap off to prevent more
water from flowing in and to ensure
that it is drained via the detergent
solution pump.
2. Turn the programme selector to
Ú Off. Pull out the mains plug.
3. Open the service flap.
4. Take the drainage hose out of the
holder.
5. Remove the cover flap, draining the
washing water into a suitable
container. Press on the cover flap
and insert the drainage hose into the
holder.
Note: Residual water may run out.
6. Carefully unscrew the pump cover.
Clean the interior, pump cover
thread and pump housing (the fan
impeller in the detergent-solution
pump must be able to rotate).
7. Reinsert and screw on the pump
cover. Handle should be vertical.
8. Close the service flap. If required,
engage the disengaged service flap
beforehand.
Note: To prevent unused detergent
from flowing into the outlet during the
next wash: Pour 1 litre of water into
dispenser II and start the Spin 0 /
Drain [.
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Drainage hose on the siphon
blocked
1. Turn the programme selector to
Ú Off. Pull out the mains plug.
2. Loosen hose clip, carefully remove
drainage hose. Residual water may
run out.
3. Clean drainage hose and siphon
spigot.
4. Re-attach the drainage hose and
secure the connection point with the
hose clip.
Filter in the water inlet hose
blocked
: Warning
Danger of death!
Do not immerse the Aqua-Stop safety
device in water (it contains an electric
valve).
First, reduce the water pressure in the
supply hose:
1. Turn off the tap.
2. Select any programme (except Spin
0/Drain [).
3. Select A Start/Reload. Allow the
programme to run for approx. 40 s.
4. Turn the programme selector to
Ú Off. Pull out the mains plug.
5. Clean the filter on the tap:
Disconnect the hose from the water
tap.
Clean the filter with a small brush.
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6. Clean the filter on the back of the
appliance:
Remove the hose from the rear of
the appliance.
Take out the filter with pliers and
clean it.
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Emergency release, e.g. if a
power failure occurs
The programme continues running
when the power supply is restored. If
the washing is still to be removed, the
door can be opened as described
below:
: Warning
Risk of scalding!
When washing at high temperatures,
you may be scalded if you touch hot
washing water or the laundry.
If required, leave to cool down.
7. Connect the hose and check for
leaks.
Air filter blocked
1. Turn the programme selector to
Ú Off. Pull out the mains plug.
2. Open and remove the service flap.
3. Take out the air filter.
4. Rinse fluff off the air filter using
a brush under running water.
5. Re-insert the air filter.
6. Re-insert and close the service flap.
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: Warning
Risk of injury!
If you reach into the rotating drum, you
may injure your hands.
Do not reach into the rotating drum.
Wait until the drum stops rotating.
Caution!
Water damage
Leaking water may cause damage.
Do not open the door if you can still see
water through the glass.
1. Turn the programme selector to
Ú Off. Pull out the mains plug.
2. Drain the detergent solution.
3. Pull down emergency release with
a tool and release.
Door can then be opened.
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Information on the display
panel
Display
Cause/Remedy
A:01
Close the door immediately because of the rising water level. If an interruption
occurs, A:01 and OPEn are displayed alternately.
A:02
The door is locked for safety reasons (water level and/or temperature too high).
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Washing programme: In pause mode A:02 and PAUS are displayed alternately. If you have to open the door, wait until the temperature has dropped
slightly or pump out the water (select e.g. Spin 0 / Drain [).
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Drying programme: If you have to open the door, wait until the temperature
has dropped slightly or set the drying programme to 15 min to cool down the
laundry.
If A:02 is frequently displayed at the end of the drying programme:
Clean the air filter. ~ Page 30
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Run the Drum Clean l Ž (cold) programme without laundry.
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A:03
Door cannot be locked/unlocked due to high temperature. Leave the washer
dryer switched on for about 1 min. The washer dryer can then be locked/
unlocked again.
hot
The door cannot be opened after the drying programme due to the high temperature. The cooling process continues until the display disappears, after which the
door can be opened.
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Flashes (no water supply): Tap turned on? Water inlet filter blocked? Clean
the water inlet filter. ~ Page 29
Water hose kinked or blocked?
Lights up (low water pressure): For information only. This will not affect the
programme progress. The programme duration is extended.
E:18
Drain pump blocked; clean the drain pump. Clean the drainage hose
on the siphon.
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Hold down button 5 (Drying) for 3 seconds to delete the display.
Clean the air filter. ~ Page 30
Run the Drum Clean l Ž (cold) programme without laundry.
LO kg,
HI kg
Laundry amount information. On when drying phase finished.
LO kg: Signals a small load for drying,
HI kg: Signals a very high load for drying.
Other displays
Turn the programme selector to Ú Off. The appliance is switched off. Wait 5 s
and switch on again. If the display is indicated again, call customer service.
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Faults and what to do about
them
Faults
Cause/Remedy
Water is running out.
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Detergent not dispensed.
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The washer dryer door
cannot be opened.
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Programme does not
start.
Detergent solution is not
drained.
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Water not visible in the
drum.
Spin result not satisfactory.
Laundry wet/too damp.
Spin cycle activated several times.
Residual water in the dispenser for care product.
Compartment M is not
rinsed out completely.
Odour formation in the
washer dryer.
Status display * is on.
Foam may come out of
the detergent drawer.
Excessive noise, vibrations and “wandering”
during the spin cycle.
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Correctly attach/replace drainage hose.
Tighten screw-fitting on the supply hose.
A Start/Reload not selected?
Tap not open?
Filter blocked? Clean the filter~ Page 29
Supply hose kinked or jammed?
Safety function active. Stop programme?
$ (Rinse stop = without final drain/spin) selected?
Can be opened with emergency lock release only? ~ Page 30
Childproof lock active? Deactivate. ~ Page 17
A Start/Reload or 5 (Finish in) selected?
Door closed?
$ (Rinse stop = without final drain/spin) selected?
Clean the drain pump. ~ Page 28
Clean outlet pipe and/or drainage hose.
Not a fault – water below the visible area.
■
■
Not a fault – unbalanced load detection system has stopped the spin cycle,
washing unevenly distributed. Distribute small and large items of washing
in the drum.
Too low speed selected?
Not a fault – unbalanced load detection system adjusts imbalance.
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Not a fault – effect of the care product not impaired.
If required, remove the insert. Clean the detergent drawer and re-insert it.
Remove the insert. Clean the detergent drawer and reinsert it.
■
■
Run the Drum Clean l 90°C programme without laundry.
Use standard detergent.
Too much detergent used?
■
Mix 1 tablespoon of fabric softener with ½ litre of water and pour into
dispenser II. (Not for outdoor, sports and down-filled textiles!)
■
Reduce detergent dosage for the next wash cycle.
■
Use commercially available low foam detergent and care products which
are suitable for washer dryers.
■
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Appliance aligned? Align the appliance. ~ Page 42
Appliance feet fixed? Secure appliance feet. ~ Page 42
Transportation protection devices removed? Removing the transportation
protection devices ~ Page 39
Faults and what to do about them
Faults
Display panel/indicator
lights do not function
while the appliance is
running.
The programme duration
changes during the wash
cycle.
Detergent residue on the
washing.
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Cause/Remedy
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■
■
■
■
■
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Power failure?
Fuse tripped? Switch on/replace fuse.
If the fault occurs repeatedly, call customer service. ~ Page 35
Not a fault – unbalanced load detection system adjusts imbalance.
Not a fault – foam detection function active. Additional rinse cycle.
Occasionally phosphate-free detergents contain water-insoluble residue.
Select Rinse à or brush items when the laundry is dry.
Spin noise during the dry- This is an innovative process known as thermal spinning used to reduce energy
ing phase.
consumption during the drying phase.
Different coloured fluff
Run the Drum Clean l Ž (cold) programme without laundry to remove fluff
from the previous drying which has collected in the washer drum during the drying phase.
cycle is deposited on the
laundry during the subsequent wash cycle.
Water inlet noise during The washer dryer runs a self-cleaning cycle to remove fluff which was deposthe drying phase, the tap ited by the laundry during the drying phase. This requires a little water. Theresymbol flashes during the fore, the tap must be turned on even during the drying phase.
drying phase.
Drying duration
extended.
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■
Drying programme does
not start.
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■
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According to the air cooling principle, a higher ambient temperature will
result in poor drying performance, so the drying time will be extended.
Ensure good ventilation to allow surplus heat to escape.
Air filter blocked? Clean the air filter~ Page 30
Run the Drum Clean l Ž (cold) programme to remove fluff which has
collected in the washer drum during the drying phase.
Drying programme not selected? Overview of programmes~ Page 20
Door not closed properly?
Pump blocked? Clean the drain pump~ Page 28
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Faults and what to do about them
Faults
The drying result is not
satisfactory (laundry is
not dry enough).
Cause/Remedy
■
■
■
■
■
■
When the door is opened,
you will notice that a
small amount of water
drips onto the dried laundry.
■
■
Excessively high ambient temperature (above 30 °C) or inadequate ventilation in the room in which the washer dryer is situated. Ensure adequate
ventilation to allow surplus heat to escape.
The laundry has not been spun well enough before drying. Always set the
highest selectable spin speed for the particular washing programme.
Washer dryer overloaded: Observe the recommendations for the maximum
load in the programme table and on the load display. Do not overload the
washer dryer, as the maximum load for the drying phase is less than the
maximum load for the wash cycle. Unload the washer dryer after washing
with the maximum load and divide the laundry into two drying cycles.
The power supply voltage is too low (below 200 V) – provide a suitable
power supply.
Air filter blocked? Clean the air filter~ Page 30
Thick multilayered textiles or textiles with thick fillings dry easily on the surface, but not inside. This equalisation process may take longer. For these
types of textiles, select the timed drying programmes.
The drying time is reduced for a smaller load. Some residual moisture may
remain in the dryer system. If the door is opened quickly, a suction effect is
generated which causes the moisture to drip out of the dryer system.
Open the door slowly. Avoid wrenching the door open.
If a fault cannot be rectified (switching the machine on and off) or a repair is required:
■
Set the programme selector to Ú Off and pull out the mains plug.
■
Turn off the tap and call customer service. ~ Page 35
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Customer service
4 Customer service
m
oretC
su
J Technical
specifications
ecivres
If you cannot correct the fault yourself,
see section, Faults and what to do
about them ~ Page 32
Please contact our customer service.
We will always find a suitable solution
and aim to avoid unnecessary visits by
technicians
Please give customer service the
product number (E-Nr.) and the
production number (FD) of the
appliance.
(1U
Product number
lacinhcTe
snoi taci f iceps
Dimensions
(width x depth x
height)
60 x 59 x 84,5 cm
Weight
83 kg
Mains connection
Nominal voltage
220–240 V, 50 Hz
Maximal current 10 A
Maximal washing power
2400 W
Maximal drying power
1900 W
Water pressure
100–1000 kPa (1–10 bar)
Drain height
60–100 cm
)'
Production number
en
You can find this information on: the
inside of the door */opened service
flap * and the back of the appliance.
*depending on model
Rely on the competence of the
manufacturer.
Contact us. You can therefore be sure
that the repair is carried out by trained
service technicians who carry original
spare parts.
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Consumption values
[ Consumption values
noim
uC
stnpo
Programme
seulav
Option
Load
(kg)
Energy
Water
Programme
consumption *** Consumption *** duration ***
(kWh)
(liter)
(hours)
Cottons i 20 °C *
7,0
0,23
73
2¾
Cottons i 40 °C *
7,0
1,02
73
2¾
Cottons i 60 °C
7,0
1,10
73
2¾
Cottons i 90 °C
7,0
2,05
83
2¾
3,5
0,56
60
1¾
Mixed Load o 40 °C
3,5
0,45
53
1
Delicate/Silk “ 30 °C
2,0
0,15
29
¾
l Wool W 30 °C
2,0
0,18
40
¾
Intensive Dry 5
4,0
2,47
3,0
2½
Gentle Dry ‰
2,5
1,46
3,0
2
7,0
0,70
51
4
4,76
57
8½
Easy-Care f 40 °C *
F (EcoPerfect)
Cottons i 60 °C **
F (EcoPerfect)
Cottons i 60 °C +
Intensive Dry 5 **
F (EcoPerfect) 7,0/4,0
*
Programme setting for tests according to currently valid EU standard EN60456. For comparison test,
please test the programs with specified load and maximum spin speed.
** EU energy label wasing performance tests according to EN50229, are conducted using specified load
on Cottons i 60 °C + F (EcoPerfect).
** EU energy label drying performance tests are conducted according to EN50229. Maximum washing
load is divided into 2 drying cycles and each drying load is dried by using Intensive Dry 5 + Aut1
option.
*** The values may deviate from the stated values depending on the following factors: water pressure and
hardness, inlet temperature, ambient temperature, type and amount of laundry, type and amount of detergent used, fluctuation of power supply and additional functions selected.
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Installation and connection
5 Installation and
dna
noi tcenoc
Standard accessories
Note: Check the washer dryer for
damage sustained in transit. Do not
switch on a damaged washer dryer. If
you have any complaints, contact the
dealer where you purchased the
appliance or our customer service.
~ Page 35
Installation
Note: Humidity in the drum is caused
by the final inspection.
Secure installation
: Warning
#
Useful tools:
Spirit level for alignment ~ Page 42
■
Size 13 socket wrench:
for loosening the transportation
protection devices ~ Page 39
and size 17: for aligning the
appliance feet ~ Page 42
■
connection
noi tal latsnI
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+
3
Depending on the model:
# Aqua-Stop
8 Water drainage hose
+ Aqua-Secure
@ Operating and
installation
instructions
3 Standard
H Elbow for fixing the
water drainage hose
( Water supply
P Covers
0 Power cord
Risk of injury!
The washer dryer is heavy. Take
care when lifting it.
■
When lifting the washer dryer by its
projecting parts (e.g. washer dryer
door), the parts may break off and
cause injuries.
Do not lift the washer dryer by its
projecting parts.
■
If the hoses and power cables are
installed incorrectly, there is a risk of
stumbling and injury.
Lay hoses and cables in such a way
that there is no risk of stumbling.
■
Caution!
Damage to the appliance
■
Frozen hoses may tear or burst.
Do not install the washer dryer
outdoors and/or in an area where
there is a risk of frost.
■
When lifting the washer dryer by its
projecting parts (e.g. washer dryer
door), the parts may break off and
cause injuries.
Do not lift the washer dryer by its
projecting parts.
Note:
A hose clip Ø 24–40 mm (specialist
store) is also required for connection
to a siphon.
Connecting the water ~ Page 40
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Installation and connection
Installation area
Note: Stability is important to prevent
the washer dryer from wandering!
■
The installation area must be firm
and level.
■
Soft floors and floor coverings are
not suitable.
■
To ensure good drying results,
ensure that the room is well
ventilated.
: Warning
Risk of scalding!
During the drying phase, warm air is
emitted at a temperature of
up to 60 °C.
Notes
Required dimensions:
a = 650 mm
b = 620 mm
c = 850 mm
■
Installing the appliance on
a base or on a wooden joist
ceiling
Caution!
Damage to the appliance
The washer dryer may wander during
the spin cycle and topple or fall off its
base.
Always secure the washer dryer feet
with holding brackets.
Holding brackets: order no.
WMZ 2200, WX 975600, CZ 110600,
Z 7080X0.
Note: If installing on a wooden joist
ceiling:
■
If possible, install the washer dryer in
a corner.
■
Screw water-resistant wooden board
(min. 30 mm thick) to the floor.
Installing the appliance under/
between kitchen units
: Warning
Risk of electric shock!
Danger of death if live parts are
touched.
Do not remove the appliance cover.
Build under/build in before connection
to the power supply.
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H
I F
G
D
E
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Only install the washer dryer under a
continuous worktop connected firmly
to the adjacent cupboards.
Ventilate the installation area well,
otherwise the optimum drying results
will not be achieved. Dimensions of
the ventilation openings (to be
provided on one side, depending on
the circumstances). Opening crosssection: d x e = 200 mm x 100 mm.
Height above floor: f = 365 mm.
Distance between wall and
appliance: 50 mm.
Installation and connection
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Removing the transportation
protection devices
Caution!
Damage to the appliance
■
Before using the washer dryer for the
first time, it is essential to remove all
4 transportation protection devices.
Keep the transportation protection
devices. The washer dryer is
secured for transportation with
transportation protection devices.
Transportation protection devices
which have not been removed may
damage the drum, for example,
while the washer dryer is running.
■
To prevent damage in transit when
transporting the appliance at a later
date, always re-install the
transportation protection devices
prior to transportation ~ Page 43
5. Insert the covers. Lock firmly by
pressing on the locking hook. Insert
the hose holder.
Hose and cable lengths
Connection on left side
aFP
Keep the screw and sleeve screwed
together.
aFP
aFP
1. Take the hoses out of the holders.
2. Take hoses out of the elbow and
remove the elbow.
3. Loosen and remove all
4 transportation lock screws.
or
Connection on right side
aFP
aFP
4. Take the power cord out of the
holders. Remove the sleeves.
aFP
PLQ
FP
PD[
FP
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Installation and connection
Note: If the hose holders are used, the
possible hose lengths are reduced!
Water supply
Available from dealer/customer
service:
■
Extension for Aqua-Stop or cold
water inlet hose (approx. 2.50 m).
Order no. WMZ 2380, WZ 10130,
CZ 11350, Z 7070X0.
■
Longer supply hose (approx.
2.20 m), for standard model.
Notes
■
Do not kink, crush, alter or cut
through the water supply hose
(otherwise, its strength can no longer
be guaranteed).
■
Only tighten the screw connections
by hand. If the screw connections
are tightened too tightly using a tool
(pliers), the threads may be
damaged.
Connecting the water
: Warning
Risk of electric shock!
Danger of death if live parts come into
contact with water.
Do not immerse the Aqua-Stop safety
device in water (it contains an electric
valve).
Caution!
Water damage
The connection points for the water
supply and water drainage hoses are
under high pressure. To prevent
leakage or water damage, always follow
the instructions in this chapter!
Notes
■
In addition to the safety information
listed here, the local water and
electricity supplier may have special
requirements.
■
Operate the washer dryer with cold
drinking water only.
■
Do not connect the washer dryer to
the mixer tap of an unpressurised
hot water boiler.
■
Use only the inlet hose supplied or
one purchased from an authorised
specialist outlet. Never use an used
one!
■
If in doubt, have the appliance
connected by a technician.
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Optimum water pressure in the mains:
100–1000 kPa (1–10 bar)
■
When the tap is turned on, the water
flow is at least 8 l/min.
■
If the water pressure is higher, install
a pressure reducing valve.
1. Connect the water supply hose to
the tap (¾" = 26.4 mm) and to the
appliance (except models with
Aquastop):
– Standard
– Aqua-Secure
– Aqua-Stop
Installation and connection
2. Carefully turn on the tap and check
that the connection points are not
leaking.
en
and damage the washer dryer and/or
textiles.
Ensure that:
■
the sealing plug does not block the
outflow of the washbasin.
■
the water drains quickly enough.
■
the end of the drainage hose is not
immersed in the drained water.
Installing the drainage hose:
Note: The screw connection is under
water pipe pressure.
Water drainage
Notes
■
Do not kink or overextend the water
drainage hose.
■
Height difference between the
placement area and drainage point:
Minimum 60 cm –
maximum 100 cm
Drainage into a wash basin
Drainage into a siphon
The connection point must be secured
with a Ø 24–40 mm hose clip
(specialist store).
Connecting
: Warning
Risk of scalding!
When washing at high temperatures,
you may be scalded if you touch the hot
washing water (e.g. if draining hot
washing water into a washbasin).
Do not touch the hot washing water.
Caution!
Water damage
If the attached drainage hose slips out
of the washbasin due to high water
pressure when draining the appliance,
leaking water may cause damage.
Secure the drainage hose to prevent
it from slipping out of the washbasin.
Drainage into a plastic pipe
with rubber sleeve or into
a gully
Connecting
Caution!
Damage to appliance/textiles
If the end of the drainage hose is
immersed in the drained water, water
may be drawn back into the appliance
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Installation and connection
Alignment
Electrical connection
1. Loosen the lock nut in a clockwise
direction with a wrench.
2. Check the alignment of the washer
dryer with a spirit level and, if
required, correct. Adjust the height
by rotating the appliance foot.
Note: All four appliance feet must
be firmly on the floor.
The washer dryer must not wobble!
3. Tighten the lock nut against the
housing.
Grip the foot and do not adjust the
height.
Electrical safety
Notes
The lock nuts on all four appliance
feet must be screwed tightly against
the housing!
■
Any loud noises, intense vibrations
or “wandering” may be due to
incorrect alignment!
■
42
: Warning
Risk of electric shock!
Danger of death if live parts are
touched.
■
When disconnecting the main plug,
always pull the plug itself and not the
cable, otherwise the cable could be
damaged.
■
Never touch or hold the mains plug
with wet hands.
■
Never pull out the mains plug during
operation.
■
Only connect the washer dryer to an
alternating current using a correctly
installed earthed socket.
■
The mains voltage must be the same
as the voltage specifications on the
washer dryer (appliance rating
plate).
■
The connected load and the required
fuse are also indicated on the
appliance rating plate.
Ensure that:
■
The mains plug and socket match.
■
The cable cross-section is adequate.
■
The earthing system has been
installed correctly.
■
A damaged power cord is only
replaced by an electrician.
A replacement mains cable can be
obtained from customer service.
■
You do not use multiple plugs/
couplings or extension cables.
■
If a residual-current-operated circuit
breaker is used, you use only a type
which features this symbol: z.
Only this symbol guarantees
compliance with the currently valid
regulations.
■
The mains plug is always accessible.
■
The power cord is not kinked,
crushed, altered or severed and has
not come into contact with any heat
sources.
Installation and connection
Before washing/drying for the
first time
The washer dryer was inspected
thoroughly before leaving the factory. To
remove any residual test water, run the
Drum Clean l programme the first time
without laundry.
Note:
■
The washer dryer must have been
installed and connected properly.
Installation and connection
~ Page 37
■
Never switch on a damaged washer
dryer. Inform your customer
service.~ Page 35
Insert mains plug.
Turn the tap on.
Switch on the appliance.
Close the door. Do not load any
laundry.
5. Select the Drum Clean 40°C l
programme.
6. Open the detergent drawer.
7. Pour approx. 1 litre of water into
dispenser II.
8. Add standard detergent to
dispenser II according
to manufacturer’s instructions for
light soiling.
Note: To prevent frothing, use only
half the recommended amount
of detergent. Do not use any
woollens or mild detergents.
9. Close the detergent drawer.
10. Select A Start/Reload.
11. When the programme ends, switch
off the appliance.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Your washer dryer is now ready for
use.
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Transportation
Preparatory work
1. Turn off the tap.
2. Release the water pressure in the
supply hose.
Filter in the water inlet hose blocked
~ Page 29
3. Drain any residual washing water.
Drain pump blocked ~ Page 28
4. Disconnect the washer dryer from
the power supply.
5. Remove the hoses.
Installing transportation protection
devices:
1. Remove the covers and keep in a
safe place.
If required, use a screwdriver.
2. Insert all 4 sleeves.
Clamp the mains cable on the
holders. Insert and tighten the bolts.
Before switching on the appliance:
Notes
Always remove the transportation
protection devices!
■
To prevent unused detergent from
flowing into the outlet during the next
wash: Pour 1 litre of water into
dispenser II and start the Spin 0/
Drain [ programme.
■
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Advice and repair order in the event of faults
GB
0844 892 8979 (Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to 3
pence per minute. A call set-up fee of up 6 pence may apply.)
01450 2655 (0.03 € per minute at peak. Off peak 0.0088 € per minute.)
IE
You can find the contact information for all countries in the attached after-sales
service directory.
Robert Bosch, Hausgeräte GmbH
Carl-Wery-Straße 34
81739 München
DEUTSCHLAND
*9001005848*
9001005848 (9504)