Samsung WA90F3 دليل المستخدم

WASHING MACHINE
User’s Manual
WA95F3/WA90F3
• Please read this manual before using and note how
to use in the proper manner.
Please be careful of keeping the manual.
Otherwise, it should be bought separately.
• The User’s Manual is for common use.
Make use of the User’s Manual depending upon
your washing machine model.
FEATURES............................................................................................2
Keeping the tub clean ............................................................................2
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.....................................................................3
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS ...................................................................4
CHECKING BEFORE WASHING AND CARING FOR GARMENTS ......5
CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................6
HOW TO WASH AUTOMATICALLY DEPENDS ON THE LAUNDRY ....... 7
Cleaning the tub ....................................................................................8
MANUAL FUNCTIONS .........................................................................9
INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE......................................................9
Environment...........................................................................................9
Levelling.................................................................................................9
Connecting the water supply hose ......................................................10
Assembling the rat protection panel ....................................................11
How to connect the drain hose ............................................................11
How to add the fabric softener.............................................................12
How to put the detergent in .................................................................12
Water supply connector filter ...............................................................12
Cleaning the filter.................................................................................12
How to clean the pump filter ................................................................12
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................13
WASHING MACHINE WON’T WORK .................................................13
SPECIFICATIONS...............................................................................14
CODE NO.: DC68-02040Q_EN
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FEATURES
■ RUST-PROOF FIBER BODY
■ SUPER CLEAN
• Made of durable material with rust-proof fiber body, it can endure humidity
for an extended time.
SUPER CLEAN adjust the level of water by 5 steps so as to enhance detergent efficiency by adjusting the density of detergent to normal density.
■ AUTO RESTART
■ CHILD-LOCK FUNCTION
• The power is turned on automatically after power failure.
This is a device to protect children from being accidentally hurt while playing
with the washer.
■ SAVING ENERGY
• The ECO+ COURSE, it is a wash course to saving the energy reduces
laundry time for frequent and soiled clothes.
How to start Child-Lock function:
•
•
Press the “Power” button to go to an initial washing mode.
By pressing “Start/Hold” button, you start washing and in case Child
Lock function is needed during the laundry
• Press both the “WATER LEVEL” and “FUNCTION” buttons in simultaneously and get the function started.
(Note: You cannot perform the function without the “Power” button on.)
■ DIGITAL CONTROL
Digital control operates with best washing course by sensing the washload
like artificial intelligence.
■ TRANSPARENT WINDOW
This Transparent Window is the new concept to solve the curiosity of users
to see inside of washing machine while operation.
While operation, the laundry progress inside of washing machine can be
checked by looking through the transparent window.
To release the function of Child-Lock:
•
■ PULSATOR
In case the “Child-Lock” is programmed, press both the “WATER LEVEL”
and “FUNCTION” buttons in simultaneously.
આ Keeping the tub clean
The Pulsator helps water and detergent to go through fabrics efficiently
while providing both the powerful water action to clean lager and heavier
clothes and the gentle water action to clean all delicates with less wear and
tear on clothes.
When using the machine under humid conditions for an extended time,
various bacteria from the air may stick to the tub and form black dirt (fungi),
causing damage to the human body. To keep the tub clean and hygienic at
all times, it is recommended reading “Cleaning the Tub” above and using
only dedicated or recommended detergents to clean the tub regularly at
least once every one to three months.
■ WATERFALL FLOW
The Waterfall Flow injected from under the pulsator cascades with full force
back into the tub, pushing down any clothes that float right under the water
surface. It is this Waterfall Flow that enables this washing machine to effectively wash large and heavy items, such as bluejeans and blankets.
■ MAGIC FILTER
This unique magic Filter ensures that all the lint inside the tub is captured
for top quality filtering results to deliver consistently effective cleaning
results.
■ SOFTENER DISPENSER
The Softener Dispenser releases the fabric softener at the appropriate time
when the last rinsing proceeds.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer any servicing to qualified service
Please note that the following precautions for safety intend to prevent
unpredictable danger and damage by helping the proper use in safety.
When using hot water in washing, please make sure that the water should not
exceed 50°C.
☞ Plastic parts may be deformed or damaged, and an electric shock or a fire
may take place.
personnel.
− Otherwise this may cause a mechanical error, electric shock, fire or
physical damage.
− The product warranty does not cover problems resulting from
disassembling the product.
• Do not use this product for business purposes.
• For washing machines with ventilation openings in the base, that a carpet
must not obstruct the openings.
WARNING
There might be serious injury or fatal accident when you violate this
instruction.
• If the plug (power supply cord) is damaged, it mustbe replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid
a hazard.
• Do not pull the cord off or touch it with moist hands.
− An electric shock or a fire may take place.
• Do not bend the power supply cord by force or press it with heavy hings.
− An electric shock or a fire may take place.
• Do not install the washer nearby electric implement or don’t put a candle
light or cigarette light on the washer.
− A fire may take place.
• During operation, do not put your hands or metal materials under the
washer.
− You may be hurt by spinning board beneath the washer.
• Stay away from the washer when the bottom of the washer sinks into the
water.
− There might be an electric shock. Please wait until the water drains out
completely.
• Do not put laundry stained with gasoline, benzene, or alcohol in the washer,
and keep the materials away from the washer.
− An explosion or a fire may take place.
• During spinning, don’t put your hand in the spinning tub.
− It may hurt your hands. If it does not stop within 15 seconds after you
open the lid, call service agent immediately.
• This appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons
unless they have been adequately supervised by a responsible person to
ensure that they can use the appliance safely.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
• This appliance has to be connected to the plug endurable to proper power
consumption.
• This appliance has to be positioned so that the plug is accessible after
installation.
CAUTIONS
There might be a slight injury or damage when you violate this
instruction.
• Don’t install it in the area with moisture or outdoor where it has rain or snow.
− An electric shock or a fire may take place.
• Please unplug the power supply cord when you do not use it.
− An electric shock or a fire may take place.
• If there is dust or water on the power supply plug and its connected part,
please remove it completely.
− An electric shock or a fire may take place.
• Do not make your kids look into the inside of the washer.
− If your kid falls into the washer, his life could be in danger.
• Ventilate immediately without touching the power plug if gas is leaking.
− An electric shock or a fire may take place if it catches flame.
• If the washer makes strange noise, smell or smoke, unplug it promptly and
call service agent.
− An electric shock or a fire may take place.
• When cleaning, don’t spray water to the parts of the washer directly.
− It may make it's life span shorten.
Also an electric shock or fire may take place.
• Don’t use several appliances together with an outlet.
− A fire may take place due to unusual heat.
• Don’t press the button with an awl or pin.
− An electric shock or a fire may take place.
• Use the new hose-sets and old hose-sets should not be reused.
• If the damage is found on the current cord in use, it should be replaced by
manufacturer, service cener or authorized person in order to avoid the risk.
• Connect the grounding wire to the shell plate, and bury it under at least
25cm of earth:elternatively, connect the ground wire to the appropriate pin
on a properly grounded power receptacle. Never connect the wire to a telephone line, lightning rod, or gas pipe.
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DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
The User’s Manual is for common use.
Make use of the User’s Manual depending upon your washing machine model.
FILTER
LID
Be sure to keep the lid
closed during washing
and spinning.
WATER SUPPLY HOSE(HOT)
WATER SUPPLY HOSE(COLD)
DRAIN-HOSE(PUMP)
Lint will be collected in
the filter during washing.
DETERGENT BOX
SPIN BASKET
POWER CORD
BLEACH INLET
PULSATOR
GROUND LEAD
When the water pipe is
metal, make sure to cover
the end of the ground wire.
FRONT CONTROL
PANEL
WATER DRAIN HOSE
ADJUSTABLE LEGS
Adjust the length of the
legs when installing
the washer.
SOUND ABSORPTION
PANEL
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☞ The bleaching agent may cause damages to garments since it is strong alkali.
☞ Do sufficient rinsing because the powder detergent is easily remained on
the garments causing bad odors.
☞ If too much detergent is used or cold water is used, it doesn't dissolve
completely and remain on the garments, hose or spin basket, causing
contamination on clothes.
☞ In case of reserved washing, detergents must be put in the detergent box.
If the powder detergents are spread on laundry directly, it may cause
discoloration.
CHECKING BEFORE WASHING AND
CARING FOR GARMENTS
Must follow the checkpoints in order to avoid machine problems or damages on
garments.
☞ If the below problems are caused by customer’s faults, separate service fee
will be charged.
CARING FOR CLOTHES BEFORE WASHING
☞ Must follow the checkpoints in order to avoid machine problems or
damages on garments.
☞ If the below problems are caused by customer's faults, separate service fee
will be charged.
Checkpoints Before Starting Washing
Check if the clothes are bleaching or not.
☞ Add liquid detergent to a white towel and the garment where you can’t
notice well. Then, rub together strongly. Check if the color transferred to the
towel.
☞ Be careful for scarves and imported clothes since they are easily
discoloring.
☞ Check for stains or partial dirt.
☞ If stains are found, use the towel wet with detergents to rub on in a single
direction.
☞ Before washing, the sleeves, collar, dress hem and pockets are pre-treated
by brushing with detergents.
Take out personal belongings from pockets.
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☞ Caution, Check the pockets! Hairpins and
coins cause damages to clothes and washing
machine.
They make noise and problems to the
machine. Must check the pocket.
If pants zippers are open while washing, the spin basket may be damaged.
The zipper should be closed and fixed with a string before washing.
The wrinkle-processed clothes made of wool are specially treated by fixing
them with threads before washing. The threads shall be removed after the
clothes are dried.
☞ If blue jeans and working uniform's zippers or hooks are
made of steel, they must be closed before washing.
☞ Wash winter jumpers, working uniforms, bed cover
sheets, and blue jeans separately.
☞ Fold clothes well into the spin basket. Must remove
the curtain hooks before washing.
☞ Turn inside out the button decorated and embroidered
clothes before washing.
☞ Be careful those metal decorations because they cause heavy damages
while washing.
☞ The long stringed clothes may tangle with other clothes. Must fix the
strings before washing.
☞ The metal from brassieres may stick out and damage other
clothes or the spin basket. Must use the commercial laundry
net for washing brassieres. (Use a laundry net of fine
mesh.)
Not washable laundry
Clothes those are easily transformable even by soaking in water.
☞ Even by soaking in water, neckties, brassieres, jackets, suits and coats can
be easily transformed like shrinking and discoloring on the garment
surfaces because they are mostly made of rayon, polynosic, cuff and their
blend fabrics.
☞ The wrinkle-processed, embossed, or resin processed products are easy
to transform even by soaking in water.
☞ Easily discoloring products made of cotton and wool, wrinkled silk, leather
products, leather accessory, leather ornamented clothes and its accessory.
☞ Don’t wash those clothes without handling guideline or material indication
tag.
Waterproof clothes (Ski Wear, Diaper Covers, Footboards)
are not allowed for washing.
About Detergent
☞ When detergents are not dissolving well, use warm water (about 40°C) to
dissolve the detergent.
☞ The waterproof sheet, clothes, and non water
permeable fabrics shouldn't be washed, rinsed, or
put in a spin basket. The laundry may pop out and
cause severe vibration so that a person may get
damaged and the machine, wall, and floor may break out in addition to
clothes. (Examples are diaper cover, waterproof wear, raincoat, umbrella
cover, ski wears, car cover sheet, and sleeping bags.)
Caution
☞ Use an appropriate amount.
☞ Even if excess amount of detergent is used, there is not much difference in
washing result. It may cause damages to the garments because rinsing is
not enough.
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Cautions During Spinning
CONTROL PANEL
☞ Spinning of regular garments
− The water from garments is drained out through the spin basket holes.
☞ Spinning of waterproof clothes and fabrics
− Even if the spin basket spins, water can't drain out from the waterproof
clothes and fabrics. Therefore, water gathers to one side and this cause a
severe vibration. If the spin basket spins at a high speed, water still can't
drain out from the waterproof clothes and fabrics. As a result, garments
move up and pop out with a big vibration.
For more details, see control panel of your washing machine.
■ POWER BUTTON
Press this button once to operate.
Press once again to turn the power off.
■ START/HOLD BUTTON
Use to pause and restart the operation.
To change the washing procedure during
operation, press this button to stop, and once
again to restart after changing the procedure.
■ DELAY START BUTTON
Press this button when delay start washing is
needed.
Shake the dirt or soils from clothes.
☞ Soil and sands may rub delicate garments to cause
damages and the washing result may be
unsatisfactory.
For protection of baby skin
☞ Wash diapers and baby wears (baby clothes, baby towels etc) separately.
Dirt may get to baby's clothes from adult's clothes if washing them together.
■ COURSE SELECT BUTTON
With every press of this button, the washing
course changes;
DIGITAL ➜ BLANKET ➜ ECO+ ➜ SPEEDY ➜ WOOL ➜ DIGITAL
■ SUPER CLEAN BUTTON
Press the button once to perform SUPER
CLEAN. Press the button again to perform
normal cleaning.
■ FUNCTION SELECT BUTTON
With every press of this button, the fuction
changes;
Do pre-washing for white socks, sleeves, and collars
before the main washing.
☞ Use powder and liquid detergents.
☞ Don't' use soap. It may leave dirt to the spin basket.
Turn inside out for those nappy clothes before washing.
☞ If clothes have too much foreign matter, separate them for
washing. Other clothes may pick up those dirty matters
(dirt, thread).
☞ Wash black colored clothes and cotton towels separately.
If they are washed together, towels may pick up dirty
matters. Check before washing.
WASH&WASH+&RINSE&SPIN ➜ SOAK&WASH&WSH+&RINSE&SPIN ➜
SOAK&WASH&RINSE&SPIN ➜ WASH ➜ RINSE ➜ SPIN ➜ WASH&RINSE
➜ RINSE&SPIN ➜ WASH&RINSE&SPIN.
Cashmilon and those garments having big volume and lightweight (eg. lasedecorated clothes, lingerie, nylon stocking, synthetic fabrics etc.) may rise
and cause damages to the clothes and problems to the machine. Use the
laundry net or wash them separately.
■ WATER LEVEL SELECT BUTTON
According to the washload,select the water level;
MEDIUM ➜ HIGH ➜ MAXIMUM ➜ EXTRA LOW
➜ LOW
■ WATER SUPPLY SELECT BUTTON
As you press this button, the type of water is
selected as follows.
COLD ➜ COLD + HOT ➜ HOT ➜ COLD
■ REMAINING TIME INDICATOR LIGHT
The indicator light shows the remaining time (in minutes) of each wash cycle.
At the end of the cycle, the power automatically switches off.
☞ Must put those long stringed clothes, lase-worked
clothes, bed cover sheet, wool clothes into a laundry
net before washing.
☞ Put delicate clothes in the laundry net.
☞ Use only those commercial laundry net for washing.
Curtains, floating garments or blue jeans shall be
pressed not to float on the water.
☞ If they are floated on the water, press Start/Hold button to stop and press
them to sock in the water. If the washing goes on with clothes floating on
the water, it may cause damages to the clothes and the washing machine
as well as unsatisfactory washing result.
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■ DIGITAL COURSE
HOW TO WASH AUTOMATICALLY
DEPENDS ON THE LAUNDRY
Selects the best washing course automatically.
1. Press the POWER Button to “ON”.
2. Press the START/HOLD button.
Water level is selected automatically. Washing rinsing, and spinning follow. If you
want to pause, press the START/HOLD button again. You can change the course
when paused.
Before starting washing, check the following;
• Connect the water supply hose to the water tap. Leave a tap open. Plug the
power cord in. Make sure to lay down the drain hose.
3. Close the lid.
SPECIAL NOTES!
■ BLANKET COURSE
Automatic Sensing Function
• At every course (except, wool course) the amount of laundry is
automatically sensed and then appropriate water level, washing time,
rinsing cycle, and spinning time are automatically selected for automatic
washing.
• After the power is on, a course is selected and Start/Hold button is pressed.
Then, the washing board starts spinning without water. This action senses
how much laundry is in the washing basket, not a machine problem. After
this sensing process, water supplies automatically.
(Big volume laundry like blanket and bed cover sheets)
1. Press the power button to “ON”.
2. Press the course select button once.
3. Press the START/HOLD button.
Water level is selected automatically. Washing, rinsing, and spinning follow. If you
want to pause, press the START/HOLD button again. You can change the course
when paused.
Adding Detergent and Softener
• It senses the amount of laundry and indicates the water level and amount of
detergent. Then, it starts water supply right away.
4. Close the lid.
• During the water supply, it is possible to open the detergent box and add
detergent. However, it is better to press Start/Hold button to stop water
supply and add detergent. Close the lid and press Start/Hold button again.
This way is much more convenient.
• If the softener is inserted in the softener dispenser, it automatically adds in
at the last rinsing cycle.
• Fold those big volume laundry (blanket
and bed cover sheets) in the following
way before adding into the spin basket.
• Do not wash the electric blanket and
carpets.
• Get a laundry net for those light and big volume laundry (eg. Cashmeres)
because they might rise in the water and get damaged.
Put the laundry into the washer and add detergent, too.
• Be careful not to overload. Use right detergent for the fabrics you are
washing.
■ ECO+ COURSE
• If the lid is open while running, the washing machine is
stopped automatically for safety. (Except, water supply continues while the lid is open.)
• When hot water is selected, both cold and hot water are
supplied for the first 20 seconds in order to protect the
clothes.
• Possible to control the washing time, rinsing cycle, and
spinning time at every course during the washing.
1. Press the power button to “ON”.
2. Press the course select button two times.
3. Press the START/HOLD button.
Water level is selected automatically. Washing rinsing, and spinning follow. If you
want to pause, press the START/HOLD button again. You can change the course
when paused.
4. Close the lid.
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■ SPEEDY(THOBE) COURSE
If you want to wash those frequently used towels or less dirty laundry time.
4. Press the START/HOLD button and put the proper amount of detergent into
tub.
5. Close the lid.
The washing finishes by the time you reserved.
Add detergent and softener in proportion to the water level. Then, close the
lid.
• Must add the detergent in the detergent box.
• If the detergent is spread on the laundry directly, some clothes may get
Because washing is speedy, it is good for light or less stained laundry.
1. Press the power button to “ON”.
2. Press the course select button three times.
3. Press the START/HOLD button.
Water level is selected automatically. Washing, rinsing, and spinning follow. If you
want to pause, press the START/HOLD button again. You can change the course
when paused.
4. Close the lid.
discolored as the start delays.
• If the Delay Start needs to be canceled, press the power button.
• The reserved finish time may be changed depends on the water pressure.
■ SUPER CLEAN
Use for cleaner washing.
■ WOOL COURSE
Washable sweater, cardigan, delicate clothes etc.
1. Press the power button to "ON".
2. Press the SUPER CLEAN button.
3. Press the START/HOLD button and put the proper amount of detergent into tub.
− Water level is selected automatically.
− Water level is only selected MAXIMUM~MEDIUM.
4. Close the lid.
− The washing finishes by the time you reserved.
1. Press the power button to “ON”.
2. Press the course select four times.
3. Press the START/HOLD button.
Washing, rinsing, and spinning follow. If you want to pause, press the START/HOLD
button again. You can change the course when paused.
4. Close the lid.
■ CLEANING THE TUB
CAUTION…
Do not use water above 30°C For WOOL washing.
Refer to the tag attached on the clothes for washing information.
Fasten buttons and turn inside out before washing.
Use the detergent indicated in the laundry.
When the degree of dirt is extreme, soak the laundry in warm water for
about 10 minutes before pressing the WOOL course button in order to
enhance washing efficiency.
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1. Press the POWER button.
2. Press the COURSE button to select the BLANKET course.
3. Press the FUNCTION button to select SOAK.
You can select the water supply or temperature (hot/cold).
4. Press the WATER LEVEL button to select MAXIMUM.
5. Press the START/HOLD button.
6. Add a dedicated detergent and close the lid.
− Never place laundry in the tub when cleaning inside the tub,
as this can cause discoloration or damage to the laundry.
− When doing the laundry after cleaning the tub, you may find
some impurities. These are just detergent residues and
impurities after the tub cleaning. Perform the rinse cycle two
to three times.
■ DELAY START
How to reserve washing?
Select this course when you have to go out or do something else.
1. Press the power button to “ON”.
2. Press the course select button.
3. Press the DELAY START button once.
You may change the delay start time with use the DEALY START button.
(from 3 hours to 18 hours)
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MANUAL FUNCTIONS
Each washing course changes manually.
Ex) If you want to wash in the speedy course : Power - Select speedy course - Wash Start/Hold button
Blanket course includes SOAK Function basically.
once
twice
three times
four times
WASH+ FUNCTION
(If you want to add more wash-time, use to this
wash+ function)
Press the POWER button.
Select the course(Press the course button).
➜ BLANKET, ECO+, SPEEDY, WOOL
Press the FUNCTION button once.
Press the START/HOLD button once.
Water level is selected automatically.
Washing,rinsing, and spinning follow.
five times
SOAK & WASH+ FUNCTION
Press the POWER button.
Select the course(Press the course button).
➜ BLANKET, ECO+, SPEEDY, WOOL
Press the FUNCTION button twice.
Press the START/HOLD button once.
Water level is selected automatically.
Soaking, Washing, rinsing, and spinning follow.
six times
SOAK FUNCTION
Press the POWER button.
Select the course(Press the course button).
➜ BLANKET, ECO+, SPEEDY, WOOL
Press the FUNCTION button three times.
Press the START/HOLD button once.
Water level is selected automatically.
Soaking, Washing, rinsing, and spinning follow.
seven times
WASH ONLY
Press the POWER button.
Press the FUNCTION SELECT button four times.
Press the START/HOLD button once.
When the FUNCTION button is pressed during
washing, the wash time can be changed to between
3 and 25 minutes in duration.
eight times
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RINSE ONLY
Press the FUNCTION button five times.
Press the START/HOLD button once.
When the FUNCTION button is pressed during
rinsing, the rinse times can be changed to
between 1 to 5 times in duration.
SPIN ONLY
Press the FUNCTION button six times.
Press the START/HOLD button once.
When the FUNCTION button is pressed during
spinning, the spin time can be changed to from 1
to 7 minutes.
WASH AND RINSE
Press the FUNCTION button seven times.
Press the START/HOLD button once.
When the FUNCTION button is pressed during
working, the rinse times can be changed to
between 1 to 5 times in duration.
RINSE AND SPIN
Press the FUNCTION button eight times.
Press the START/HOLD button once.
Rinsing and spin drying follow.
When the FUNCTION button is pressed during
working, the rinse times can be changed to
between 1 and 5 times in duration.
■ CONNECTING THE WATER SUPPLY HOSE
INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE
1.
Remove the adaptor from the water supply hose.
2.
First, using a “+” type screw driver, loosen the four
screws on the adaptor. Next, take the adaptor and turn
part(b) following the arrow for gap about 5mm between
them.
The User’s Manual is for common use.
Make use of the User’s Manual depending upon your washing machine model.
■ ENVIRONMENT
Leave some space
Maintain at least 10cm between the washer and the wall.
Place the washer on a sturdy flat surface.
If the washer is placed on an uneven or weak surface, noise or vibration
occurs. (Allowable is 1°)
Adjust the legs for even placement.
Never install the washer near water.
Do not place the washer in steamy rooms or where the washer is directly
exposed to rain. Moisture may destroy the electrical insulation causing an
electrical shock hazard.
Avoid direct sunlight or heaters.
As plastic an electrical components are affected by direct heat, never place the
washer near furnaces, boilers, etc. Do not place under direct sunlight.
3. Connect adaptor to the water tap by tightening the screws
firmly. Then, turn part(b) following the arrow and put (a)
and (b) together.
a
b
4.
5.
■ LEVELLING
• If the washer is not leveled with the ground, it makes the machine tremble
more or be out of order. So, make sure that the washer is leveled properly.
Connect the water supply hose to the adaptor. Pull down
the part (c) of the water supply hose. When the part (c) is
released, the hose is automatically connected to the
adaptor making a ‘click’ sound.
Connect the other end of the water supply hose to
the inlet water valve at the back of the washer.
Screw the hose clockwise all the way in.
SEE IF THE MACHINE IS PLACED LEVEL BY CHECKING
THE POSITION OF THE WASHING TUB.
5-1. Connect the other end of the water supply hose to
the inlet water valve at the top of the washer.
• Open the lid of the machine, pour
Screw the hose clockwise all the way in.
WATER
water into the tub up to the level just
below the pulsator, and adjust the legs
so that the pulsator is positioned at the
center of the water as shown in the
figure.
• Place the machine more than 10cm away from the wall.
• Adjust the legs on feet
c
☞ If the water tap is a screw type, assemble a water
supply hose that fits to the tap as shown.
After completing connection, if water leaks from the hose, then
repeat the same steps.
Use the most conventional type of faucet for water supply.
In case the faucet is square or too big, remove the spacing ring
before inserting the faucet into the adaptor.
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■ ASSEMBLING THE RAT PROTECTION PANEL
☞ IN CASE OF GENERAL WASHER
Tilt the washer a little and lift up the panel until it clicks, finally fix the panel
with screw to the base as shown in the figure.
1. After pressing the joint ring, insert to the drain
hose.
Rear-side
2. After directing the drain hose to a drain, join to
the drain-outlet of the washing machine.
1.
Insert the sound absorbing panel to the assembling
hole on back side to the end
drain-outlet
2. If you have difficulty inserting the panel lift up the washer
a little and insert it.
3. Be sure to join them tightly by pressing the joint
ring and pushing it into the drain-outlet.
• The length of drain hose is adjustable so that
you can extend the length appropriately.
■ HOW TO CONNECT THE DRAIN HOSE
HOW TO CHANGE THE DRAIN HOSE DIRECTION
• The handle of joint ring is pressed to pull out the
drain hose. Change the direction of the drain
hose and follow the above guideline again.
☞ IN CASE OF PUMP-DRAINED WASHER
Take out the cap-hose and
connect the outlet-hose.
CAUTIONS WHEN INSERTING THE DRAIN HOSE
Be sure to join tightly the drain hose into
the drain-outlet on the back of the
machine.
1. Don’t exceed more than 3m when the
drain hose is used by connecting whth
other hoses.
Less than 3m
2. Be careful to drain water out at the end of
the drain hose.
Install the drain hose in the position of
about 90~100cm above the ground.
3. The doorsill shoudn’t be more than
5cm.
Less than 3m
Less
than 5cm
4. Don’t install the drain hose underneath
the wash machine.
90~100cm
Be sure to join tightly the drain
hose into the drain-outlet on
the side of the machine.
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■ HOW TO ADD THE FABRIC SOFTENER
■ CLEANING THE FILTER
Clean the filter net often to keep the washer clean.
• When a proper amount (one time does) of fabric softener is
•
•
•
•
stored in the softener inlet, it is automatically put in at the last
rinsing cycle.
Do not use detergent, bleach or starch into the Softener Inlet.
Using too much softener may produce
unsatisfactory results.
Do not open the lid during the Spin Dry cycle. If
added too early, its effectiveness will decrease.
Do not leave the softener into the Softener.
Dispenser for a long time. Because softner
became stiff.
1. Push the upper part of the Magic
filter and pull in.
1. Push up and pull out the filter net.
2. Open the cover as shown in the
figure.
2. Remove the collected lint from the
filter net.
3. Clean the Magic filter.
3. Clean the filter net.
4. Close the cover and insert the
lower part of the filter in the
basket first and then push the
filter with “click” sound.
4. Pull down the filter net.
■ HOW TO PUT THE DETERGENT IN
1. Open the detergent box by pulling in the direction of the arrow as shown in
the figure and then put the powder detergent in the detergent box.
2. Put in one-time amount of detergent evenly so the detergent may not brim
over the box.
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Put the
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detergent in proportion
to Water level
Softener Device
Softener
baseline
CAUTION : If softener is stored over the above base line, it may flow down at
any time.
■ WATER SUPPLY CONNECTOR FILTER
■ HOW TO CLEAN THE PUMP FILTER
1. Place a rag under the washer filter not to
wet the floor.
2. Rotate the filter counterclockwise and pull
out the filter.
3. Remove dirts and rotate the filter clockwise
until it locks in position.
inlet water
valve
1. Pull out the filter and
wash well.
2. Pull in the filter and
connect the hose to the
inlet water valve tightly.
3. Check if there is a
leakage.
Note to tighten up
the connector.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
WASHING MACHINE WON’T WORK?
The power is cut off.
Washing machine won’t work
Check 1> Is the electric voltage normal?
Is the water tap opened?
Is the washer plugged in?
Is the power cut off?
Is there enough water?
Check 2> Is the washer plugged in? Plug in the electric cord.
➜ Water does not drain.
Check 3> Is the drain hose down? Put the drain hose down.
Water dose not drain
Check 4> Is the drain hose folded? Unfold the drain hose.
Is the drain hose down?(No pump)
Is the drain hose frozen?
Is the drain hose clogged?
If the water dose not drain in 15 minutes, a buzzer will
sound, and the remaining time indicator will show “5E”.
Check 5> Is the drain hose outlet clogged? Remove the waste cleanly.
Washing machine won’t work.
Check 1> Is the washer lid open?
Water is not supplied
➜ Close the lid.
Is the water tap opened?
Is the water cut off?
Is the water supply hose or hose connection clogged?
Is the water tap frozen?
If water is not supplied in 1 hour, a buzzer will sound, and the remaining time
indicator will show “4E”.
Check 2> Is the Hold button on?
➜ Press the Start/Hold button one more time and check if the
washer starts.
Check 3> Is enough water filled to the water level?
➜ If the water pressure is low, it takes a long time to start washing.
Spinning does not work
Check 4> Is the faucet closed?
Is the laundry spread out evenly in the washer?
In the washer set on a sturdy flat surface?
➜ Open the faucet to supply water.
If the drain hose and spin basket are frozen, do as follows.
Water is overflowed
• Add hot water to the frozen water tap and remove the drain hose. Soak into
hot water.
Restart after spinning.
If the error sign still indicates, call agency.
• Pour hot water into the spin basket for about 10 minutes.
• Put a hot water towel on the drain hose connector.
• If the drain hose defrosts, connect again and check for proper water
draining.
The water drains out immediately.
• The drain is clogged with coins or pins. The drain hose is hung over the
drain hose hook. Half fill the spin basket with water and try for spinning
again.
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Contact SAMSUNG WORLD WIDE
If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products,
please contact the SAMSUNG customer care center.
WASHING MACHINE WON’T WORK? (Continue)
The water leaks at the water supply hose connector.
Check 1> If the faucet connecting part is loose, water may leak.
➜ Repeat the assembling steps again.
(Refer to “Connecting the water supply hose”)
SPECIFICATIONS
Check 2> Check if the rubber packing of water supply hose is in the right
position.
WA95F3/WA90F3
➜ Screw tightly again.
DIMENSIONS (mm)
Check 3> Is the water supply hose folded?
WEIGHT
➜ Unfold the hose.
Check 4> If the water supply is too strong, water may leak.
33 kg
WATER PRESSURE
➜ Close the faucet a little.
WASHING TYPE
Check 5> Is water leaking from the faucet itself?
➜ Fix the faucet. Water is not supplied.
MOTOR
INPUT
Check 6> Did you press the Start/Hold button after selecting the water
supply?
MOTOR
MAX INPUT
Check 7> Is the faucet closed?
0.05~0.78 MPa
(0.5 ~ 8.0 kg • f/cm2)
Stirring Type
WASHING
SPINNING
➜ If the Start/Hold button is not pressed, water is not supplied.
Press the Start/Hold button.
W573xD632xH903
WASHING
SPINNING
STANDARD
WATER LEVEL
MAXIMUM
55 l
HIGH
49 l
MEDIUM
43 l
LOW
35 l
E/LOW
27 l
WATER USAGE
140 l
127V/50~60Hz,
230~240V/50Hz,
220V/50~60Hz
POWER SUPPLY
330W
PLUSATOR ROTATING
SPEED
246W
SPINNING TUB ROTATING
SPEED
330W
RATING TIME
113 rpm
660 rpm
WASHING
Continue
SPINNING
15 Minutes
For operating VOLTAGE and FREQUENCY, see the LABEL-RATING on the
back of washing machine.
➜ Turn on the faucet.
Check 8> Is the filter net at the water supply hose connector clogged with
dirty matters?
➜ Clean the filter net by brushing with a toothbrush.
Check 9> Is the water supply cut off?
➜ If the water supply is suspended, turn off the faucet and power off.
Spinning makes loud noises and vibrations.
Check 1> Check if the laundry is spread evenly in the washer.
➜ Spread out the laundry evenly and start again.
Check 2> Check if the washing machine levels on a sturdy flat floor.
➜ Set the machine at level.
Check 3> Is the handle for leveling legs loose?
➜ Adjust the legs on the feet for leveling.
Check 4> Is around the washing machine filled with unnecessary stuffs?
➜ Remove those unnecessary things away from the wash
machine.
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ȔƾƓȚǗƁǍƫůȳǞŶǍųȲƾųȢȘȲǞŲȝƾƷƸƃƶů
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ǀŽƾƉưŽȚǍƷŷǠźȢǞűǞƓȚ
ȳǞŶǍųǚǧȶȳǞŶǍƒȚȔƾƭŹȬǎſȚ
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ȜƾƱƫƓȚǗƸƮƶů „
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ȔǎƐȚȹǽȶȖǚųȢȖȶȔƾƭưŽȚǘƴŹȖ ȋ
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ȹȚNjƸűƾƷƴƉŹȚȶȜƾƱƫƓȚȬǎſȚ Ȉ
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ƾƷƴŲȶǚżƾƪƓȚȯƾƪƳƄŴȚ
ǠǣƾŮǍƷƳŽȚȤƾƸƄŽȚǚƫźƖ
ȒȢƾƄƯƓƾżǠǣƾŮǍƷƳŽȚȤƾƸƄŽȚǀƸƄŽǞźǚƀ
ǠǣƾŮǍƷƳŽȚȤƾƸƄŽȚǙƴŴǚƸǧǞƄŮǛŻȒǠŮǍƷƳŽȚȤƾƸƄŽȚȤNjƫƙǚƫƄžǀŽƾƉưŽȚȥƾƷűǚƀ
ȔƾƓȚǗƁǍƫůǛƄƁǽÁ
ǚƱŴLjǗƁǍƫƄŽȚȳǞŶǍųǕǤȒǚƱŴȖǟŽȘǗƁǍƫƄŽȚȳǞŶǍųǝƆƄƁǚƀ
ǗƁǍƫƄŽȚȳǞŶǍųǠźȜȢǞűǞƓȚȝƾƸƶƅŽȚǙźȒǠƶƅžǗƁǍƫƄŽȚȳǞŶǍųǚƀ
ȝƾƁƾƱƶŽȚȲȥȖȒȜȢȶNjƉžǗƁǍƫƄŽȚȳǞŶǍųǀƇƄźǚƀ
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ȒȬǞƭƲžǠǣƾŮǍƷƳŽȚȤƾƸƄŽȚǚƀ
ȒǠźƾżȔƾƓȚǓưǤǚƀ
ȔƾƓȚǗƁǍƫůǛƄƁǽ ½
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ǀŽƾƉưŽȚǚƸưƪůȔNjŮǜžNjżƺůȶȷǍųȖȜǍžStart/Hold(ǗŻǞůǚƸưƪů)ȤǎŽȚǟƴŸǓưǤȚÁ
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ȔƾƓƾŮNjƁȶǎƄƴŽȤǞƃƶƫŽȚljƄźȚÁ
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ȒǀƁǞƄƉžȶǀƄŮƾŰȩȤȖǟƴŸǀŽƾƉưŽȚǕǤȶƖǚƀ
ȔƾƓȚNjƁȶǎůȳǞŶǍųǀƴǧȶǠźȔƾƓȚljƪůǍƁ
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ȳƾƳŲƼŮȷǍųȖȜǍžǠŹȚǍƃŽȚǓŮȤȚÁ
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