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Operating & Installation Instructions
Fully Automatic Washing Machine
Model SF-P100XAV
Contents
Environmentally Friendly Waste Disposal 2
Hints and Tips for Eco-friendly Washing
2
Safety Instructions
3
Parts and Accessories
5
Control Panel and Display
6
Before You Start Washing
8
How to Use the Washing Machine
9
List of Programs
15
Partial Operations Using the Fuzzy Program 19
In Case of Power Outage
22
Care and Maintenance
22
Troubleshooting
24
Error Codes
25
How to Install the Washing Machine
26
Customer Service
30
Specifications
30
Thank you for purchasing a Hitachi fully automatic washing machine.
■ Please read these operating & installation instructions carefully for proper
operation of the machine.
■ Please keep these operating & installation instructions for future reference.
Environmentally Friendly Waste Disposal
Disposing of the
packaging
The shipping package has protected your new washing machine on its
way to your home. All materials are ecologically harmless and recyclable.
Please contribute to a better environment by disposing of packaging
materials in an environmentally conscious manner.
Ask your dealer about current means of disposal.
Risk of choking!
Do not let children play with packaging and associated parts.
There is a risk of suffocating on plastic bags and collapsible boxes.
Disposing
of your old
appliance
Old appliances are not worthless rubbish. Environment-conscious
recycling can reclaim valuable new materials.
Risk of death!
Unplug the power plug from appliances you are no longer using. Cut off
the power cord and dispose of it with the plug.
If you wish to discard this product, contact your local authorities or dealer
and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Hints and Tips for Eco-friendly Washing
■ Keep to the load limit of each program.
■ This washing machine features power-saving operations with a built-in
inverter controller which enables the machine to optimize operations
according to the conditions of your clothes.
■ Add detergent according to the degree of soiling, laundry size, and
water hardness. Follow the detergent manufacturer's instructions
regarding the amount of detergent to use.
■ This washing machine has enhanced water-saving features such as
Spin Shower Rinse and uses less water than former models. If you
want to save more water, select the Water Save program using the
Program button.
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Safety Instructions
This washing machine is designed for home use only.
Before operating the washing machine, please read these safety instructions carefully.
Warning
General safety
Installation
Power source
and cord
Issues which could cause death or serious injury.
■ Do not dismantle, repair or modify the washing machine.
This could cause malfunction, fire, electric shock or injury.
Contact your local service center for repairs.
■ Do not put fire sources or anything inflammable in or near the washing
machine (gas, diesel, petroleum, thinner, alcohol, or clothes stained with
these substances).
This could cause an explosion or fire.
■ Do not pour water on the washing machine when it is running.
This could cause an electric shock.
■ Do not climb on the washing machine. Do not place heavy object, drop any
object or apply impact on the lid glass.
This could cause lid glass breakage. If any scratch or breakage is found
on lid glass, stop using the washing machine and contact your local
service center to request inspection and repair.
■ It is a malfunction if the tub is still spinning when the lid lock is released and
you can open the lid. If this happens, do not touch the laundry inside the
tub and stop using the washing machine immediately. Contact your local
service center for repair.
■ This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience
and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
■ Do not install the washing machine in an extremely humid place, such as a
bathroom or a place exposed to rain.
Risk of fire, electric shock, current leakage, corrosion or product damage.
■ Do not install the washing machine on a board with castors or on an
unstable surface.
This may cause injury or malfunction due to abnormal vibration.
■ The washing machine must be grounded if you use a two-pin plug adapter
on the three-pin plug.
Not doing so could cause an electric shock.
■ Use a new water supply hose to connect the washing machine to the water
tap.
■ The opening must not be obstructed by carpeting if the washing machine is
installed on a carpeted floor.
■ Do not insert or remove the power plug with wet hands.
This could cause an electric shock.
■ Use the rated voltage. Do not connect other devices to the same outlet.
Using the washing machine and other electric appliances on the same
outlet may cause the plug to overheat and result in fire.
■ Clean off any dust on the power plug.
A dirty or dusty plug may cause a fire.
■ Do not use an electric socket or outlet that is damaged or loose.
This could cause an electric shock, short circuit, or fire.
■ Do not damage, cut, modify, bend, or fold the power cord.
This could damage the power cord and cause a fire or electric shock.
■ Do not use an extension cord on the power cord.
This could cause overheating or fire.
■ If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a service agent or
repair shop authorized by the manufacturer to avoid risks.
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Safety Instructions
Child safety
■ Keep packaging out of reach of children and infants.
Danger of suffocation.
■ Do not let children climb onto the washing machine or to get into the tub. Do
not leave boxes or chairs near the washing machine that children could use
to climb onto it.
This may cause injury.
■ Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
Caution
Issues which could cause injury or damage property.
General safety
■ If there is a water outage or you remove the water supply hose and reattach
Use
■ All packaging materials must be removed before using the washing
it, close the tap, select Tub clean program and press the Start/Pause
button, then slowly open the tap.
Air pressure from a large amount of air in the water pipes could damage
the washing machine.
■ Periodically check that the union nut on the water supply hose is tight.
A loose nut may cause a water leak.
■ Remove the power plug from the outlet and close the water tap if you will
not use the washing machine for a long time.
machine.
This could cause malfunction or abnormal vibration.
■ Check inside the tub before operating the washing machine.
Check that no pets or small animals are in the tub.
■ Do not wash items, such as raincoats, wet suits, ski suits, sleeping bags,
cushions, pillows, shoes, shower curtain or other things, through which
water does not flow easily.
The washing machine may not work properly, or it could cause injury or
damage the washing machine.
■ Do not fold and stack large items together, such as blankets, when washing them.
■ Do not use a laundry net that is larger than 40 cm on a side.
The clothes may become off balance and cause abnormal vibration
during the spin cycle.
■ Do not load laundry over the lower part of the liquid load
Liquid Load
balancer (dotted line).
Balancer
Doing so could cause laundry to fly out of the tub
during the spin cycle and damage the clothes or the
washing machine, or cause a water leak.
■ Always put detergent into the detergent dispenser when
washing laundry.
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■ Do not use water hotter than 50ºC.
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■ Do not wash items together with coins, pins, or stones.
This may damage clothes or the washing machine, or
cause a water leak. Check inside pockets before washing.
■ Do not press the buttons with sharp pointed objects.
■ Do not put heavy objects, liquid-filled containers or equipment which produces
heat on the washing machine.
This may damage the washing machine or its top.
Care and
maintenance
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■ If detergent, fabric softener or bleach spills on the surface of the machine,
clean it up with a damp cloth immediately.
The plastic or steel parts of the washing machine may be damaged.
■ Do not place equipment that produces heat near the washing machine.
This may cause deformation of the washing machine.
Parts and Accessories
Lid
Tub
Softener
Dispenser
Liquid Load
Balancer
Detergent
Dispenser
Lint Filter
(cassette
type)
Pulsator
Detergent Dispenser
Powdered Detergent/
Powdered Bleach/
Liquid Detergent/
Liquid Bleach
Power
Cord
Lid Lock
Adjustable Foot
Control Panel
Attachments
Check that the followings are contained in the washer package.
If not provided, please contact your retailer immediately.
Water supply hose x 2
Water inlet cap
Leg cap x 2
U Shape holder
Drain hose assembly and
Hose clamp
Optional accessories
Laundry Net
Refer to page 12
Part number PTSF-140JJS 001
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Control Panel and Display
display
* example of control panel
Power button
Press this button to switch power on and off. The washing machine
automatically switches off when operations are finished. The washing
machine also turns off automatically if it is not operated or no button is
pressed for 10 minutes after the power has been turned on.
* Push this button a little longer than other buttons (around 1 second)
Start/Pause button
Starts and pauses operation. When the washing machine is paused for
over one hour and no operations are done, it turns off automatically.
Shower Plus button
Supplies water to the tub when this button is pressed. Amount of water
supplied depends on load amount or program. If you want to cancel water
supply, press this button again.
This function is available during the washing and normal rinsing processes.
This button does not function if the water level has already reached
highest level of each program.
Water Power button
Changes the strength of the water flow. The strength of the water flow
changes each time this button is pressed.
Water flow strength is shown on the indicator.
(0: normal, 1: strong, 2: stronger, -1: weak, -2: weaker)
This function is available during the washing and normal rinsing
processes.
Program button
Selects programs. The program changes each time the button is pressed.
Indicator
Select program
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Wash button
Changes the washing time. The washing time can be set between 3 and
24 minutes.
Rinse button
Changes the number and type of rinses.
Spin button
Changes the spin time. The spin time can be set between one and
9 minutes.
Water Level button
Changes the water level.
Delay Timer button
The delay time can be set between 3 and 12 hours.
Control Panel and Display
LED Display
Delay Timer indicator
Lights
in the Delay Timer mode.
Lid Lock indicator
Locks the lid during the start. The lid cannot be opened while this
indicator is lit. To release the lock, press the Start/Pause button to pause
operation. The lock is automatically released after a short time.
Auto Self Clean
indicator
Lights
Wash indicator
Lights when washing is set and flash in washing process.
Rinse indicator
Lights when rinsing is set and flash in rinsing process.
Spin indicator
Lights when spinning is set and flash in spinning process.
Multi Function Display
Show the program number when power on and select the program.
Show the water level, washing time, the number and time of rinsing,
spin time and delay timer while setting each item.
Show the water level, after starting and weighting the laundry.
After that, the remaining time.
(You can show the water level again to pause the operation)
Water Temp button
Selects the water temperature. The water temperature changes each time
this button is pressed.
(Warm (Hot and Cold indicator light on) → Hot → Cold → Warm)
when the Auto Self Clean function is set.
Tips for Suitable Water Temperature
■ By Soil Level
Hot
For heavily soiled white and colorfast cottons, linens, permanent press
synthetics.
Warm
For medium to heavily soiled dark or non colorfast fabrics, white and
colored synthetics, permanent press clothes.
Woolen items are also recommended.
Cold
For lightly to medium soiled items.
– Default setting is Warm and the water temperature can be selected manually for every program.
– For the rinsing process, water temperature is automatically set to Cold.
– Selected Water Temp indicator is lit during the operation.
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Before You Start Washing
Preparation of
the laundry
■ Remove any foreign objects (coins, safety pins, etc.).
■ Put delicate clothes (knits, lingerie, etc.) in a net.
■ Remove large lumps of lint, mud, sand, hair, and pet hair from laundry.
■ Tie strings and close fasteners.
Sorting the
laundry
■ Sort laundry according to the type of fabric and care label symbols
(cottons, blended fabrics, synthetics, wool, hand washable items, etc.).
■ Do not wash extremely small loads, such as only a pair of jeans.
The clothes may become off balance and cause abnormal vibration
during the spin cycle.
■ Separate colored and white items.
Risk of injury!
Do not wash the following items, through which water does not flow
easily, because doing so creates abnormal vibration during the spin cycle
and could cause injury or malfunction.
– Waterproof items, such as a wet suit, ski suit, shower curtain, etc.
– Items with non-slip rubber backing, such as door mats.
– Cushions, pillows, shoes, etc.
Detergents and
additives
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■ Use an appropriate amount of detergent according to the water level on
the washing machine.
The type and amount of detergent depend on the type of fabric,
volume, load size, degree of soiling, and hardness of the water used.
Use less detergent if:
– The load is small.
– The laundry is not very dirty.
■ Too much detergent can result in excess foam, which reduces rinse
efficiency or may cause a water leak.
■ Depending on the detergent brand, detergent may not dissolve
completely in the Detergent Dispenser if the water pressure is low or
the water is too cold.
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■ When using softeners or bleaches, follow the instructions on the
package.
■ Detergent remained in drain route may be caused by quality of water
or type of detergent. In case of repeatedly using under this condition, it
may cause washer trouble.
How to Use the Washing Machine
1 Sort the laundry
■ Sort the laundry according to the type of fabric, care label symbol, and degree of soiling.
Page 8: Preparation of the laundry
■ Do not exceed the maximum load.
■ Laundry shall not exceed the lower part of the liquid load balancer
Liquid Load
Balancer
(dotted line). Otherwise, laundry may jump out from the wash tub
while spinning and it may cause damage.
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2 Press the Power button to turn on the power
■ If no program is selected within 10 minutes, the washing machine automatically
switches itself off. Press the Power button again to turn on the power.
3 Select and adjust the program
■ Select a program with the Program button.
Page 15: List of Programs
■ You can change the combination or settings of wash, rinse, and spin operations with the
Wash, Rinse, and Spin buttons.
■ You can switch on the Auto Self Clean function to use program ‘P10’.
Page 11: How to use the Auto Self Clean function
Once switched on, the Auto Self Clean function operates every time you do your
laundry. Use program ‘P10’ to deactivate the function.
4 Press the Start/Pause button
■ Before operation starts, the laundry is weighed, and water level appear on the display.
NOTE:
■ Depending on the detergent brand, detergent may not dissolve completely in the
detergent tray if the water pressure is low or the water is too cold. This may be
overcome by using detergent dissolved in 1 litre warm water. Pour the solution over the
clothes in the tub prior to the starting operation.
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■ When using softeners or bleaches, follow the instructions on the package. Scrud is
the waxy build-up that can occur within washing machines using fabric softener and
washing powder. This build-up is not caused by the washing machine. If Scrud is
allowed to build-up it can result in stains on your clothes or an unpleasant smell.
■ Detergent remained in drain route may be caused by quality of water or type of
detergent. In case of repeatedly using under this condition, it may cause washer trouble.
■ This washing machine has wash cycles that are designed to use less water. Lowsudsing detergent must be used if the machine is to work as designed.
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How to Use the Washing Machine
5 Put detergent into the Detergent Dispenser and close the Lid
■ Open the Detergent Dispenser, add the appropriate amount of detergent, and then
close the Detergent Dispenser.
■ The amount of detergent is based on a single 35-gram scoop of powder detergent.
Since the required amount of detergent varies depending on the type of detergent,
follow the instructions on the package of detergent.
■ For liquid detergent, follow the instructions on the package and add it to the Detergent
Dispenser.
■ Add softener to the Softener Dispenser according to the instructions on the package of
softener. The softener is added to the tub automatically before the final rinse.
■ For liquid bleach, follow the instructions on the package and add it to the Detergent
Dispenser.
■ The speed that the lid closes may vary, depending on the temperature, however, this is
not abnormal.
■ In the case the position of Detergent Dispenser is hard to use, turn the Tub clockwise
and adjust the position.
* After wash start, Tub is fixed and can not turn.
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– Pausing a program:
Press the Start/Pause button. The washing machine will
switch itself off if it is not restarted within 1 hour.
– Adding clothes partway
through a program:
Press the Start/Pause button to pause operation and
add your clothes. The lid is locked while operating, so
wait until the tub stops completely and the lid lock is
automatically released. After adding the clothes, close
the lid and press the Start/Pause button to restart
operation.
* Note: It is not recommended to add a large amount
of clothes as the washing machine first measures the
load size to determine optimum operation.
– Adding water partway
through a program:
Press the Shower Plus button. Adds water when you
press the button. Water stops being added when you
press the button again or the maximum level is reached.
* Note: This function can not operate in the Tub Dry and
Tub Clean Programs.
– Changing strength of
water flow:
Press the Water Power button.
Repeatedly press the button to adjust the strength
through five levels.
* Note: This function operates in the Fuzzy, Powerful,
Delicate, Speedy, Soak, and Water Save courses for
washing and normal rinsing programs.
Even if the indicator of strength changes, it may not
change the strength according to the process or the
load amount.
– Terminating a
program:
Press the Start/Pause button, and press the Power
button to turn off the power.
How to Use the Washing Machine
6 Program ends
■ The alarm sounds when a program ends.
The alarm can be deactivated or the sound can be changed in 5 types if the Water Level
button is pressed for at least 3 seconds.
Melody 1
*initial
setting
Melody 2
Melody 3
Mono 1
Mono 2
No alarm
■ The washing machine automatically switches off when the operations are finished.
How to use
the Auto Self
Clean function
1. Press the Power button to turn on the power.
2. Select a program ‘P10’.
3. Press the Start/Pause button, and Auto Self Clean indicator is
shown.
■ The setting is switched off at the time of shipment from the factory.
Once switched on, the Auto Self Clean function operates every time
you do your laundry.
■ Prior to the final spin cycle, the outside of the tub, the backside of the
pulsator, and the inside of the outer tub are washed to eliminate dirt
and mold.
■ To deactivate the Auto Self Clean function, select a program ‘P10’ and
press Start/Pause button.
● The Auto Self Clean function runs just before the spin cycle begins
in each program.
● The Auto Self Clean function runs even when the washing
machine has started operation from rinsing.
● The Auto Self Clean function cannot be set or cancelled during operation.
● The Auto Self Clean function is automatically cancelled when:
– The spin time is manually set to 1 minute.
– Spin-only operation is set.
– No spinning is set.
● Depending on the type and degree of dirt, some dirt may not be
washed with the Auto Self Clean function.
● If the washing machine is seldom used, some dirt may not be
washed with the Auto Self Clean function.
● To clean the tub more completely, we recommend using the Tub
Clean program along with the Auto Self Clean function.
■ The Auto Self Clean function is deactivated when one of the following
programs is selected.
– Blanket
– Tub Clean
■ When the Auto Self Clean function is running, some water may flow
out from the softener dispenser. This is the normal operation of the
washing machine and does not indicate a malfunction.
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How to Use the Washing Machine
How to use
the Blanket
program
1. Prepare the laundry.
■ Fold large items, such as quilts or blankets, as follows.
They should not be taller than 30 cm after they are folded.
30 cm
About 30 cm
If it exceeds 30 cm, use a laundry net, which is sold separately.
(Laundry net: Part number PTSF-140JJS 001)
2. Press the Power button to turn on the power.
3. Select the Blanket program.
4. Add detergent and close the lid.
5. Press the Start/Pause button.
Items you can wash with the Blanket program
● Washable quilts
Machine washable quilts with synthetic (polyester) batting.
When not using the optional laundry net:
150 cm x 200 cm or smaller, and less than 1.5 kg
When using the optional laundry net:
174 cm x 225 cm or smaller, and less than 2 kg
(Laundry net: Part number PTSF-140JJS 001)
● Washable blankets
Up to 3 kg of synthetic blankets that are labeled as hand washable.
– For electric blankets, follow the instructions for the electric blanket.
● Other washable items
Mattress pads labeled as hand washable.
■ Do not fold and stack large items together, (such as sheets) when
washing them.
The clothes may become off balance and cause abnormal vibration
during the spin cycle.
■ If C3 is shown in the indicator, close the lid.
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How to Use the Washing Machine
How to use
the Tub Clean
program
■ Use this program separately from other washing programs. (Do not put
laundry into the tub.)
1. Press the Power button to turn on the power.
2. Select the Tub Clean program.
■ The Tub Clean program can be set to 3 or 11 hours. At first, 3 hours is
set. Press the Program button again to set 11 hours.
■ Water is added to the maximum level to wash away dirt you cannot see
on the tub and outer tub. After that, Normal Rinse is performed twice to
flush out any remaining dirt or tub cleaner.
3. Close the lid, and press the Start/Pause button. The washing
machine starts pouring water into the tub. (Close the lid when C3 is
displayed)
4. Press the Start/Pause button and open the lid, add tub cleaner,
according to the package, to the tub. (Liquid peroxide-based
bleach is also effective as a tub cleaner. Since the required amount
of bleach varies depending on the type of bleach, follow the
instructions on the package of bleach.)
5. Close the lid, and press the Start/Pause button.
How to use
the Delay Timer
1. Press the Power button to turn on the power.
2. Select a program.
3. Press the Delay Timer button and select the time to finish washing.
Each press of the button adds an hour starting from 3 hours to
12 hours later.
4. Press the Start/Pause button.
5. Add detergent and close the lid. The power turns off after a short
time.
6. Operations finish at the set time.
■ The Delay Timer is unavailable for the Blanket and Tub Clean
programs.
■ To change the setting, press the Power button and do the settings
again.
■ If there is a power outage while the timer is set, the timer setting is
cancelled. If this happens, press the Power button again and reset the
timer.
■ To prevent your laundry from wrinkling, remove it as soon as possible
after washing is done.
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How to Use the Washing Machine
Australian Water Efficiency & Energy Efficiency Labels are based upon the below wash settings:
PROCEDURE
WARM WASH
PROCEDURE
COLD WASH
Normal Warm Wash Water Saving settings:
Water Save, Wash Temp. Warm, Water Level 70, Wash 48mins,
Rinse 2 (default), Spin 9min, Water Power +2, Detergent dissolved in
1 litre warm water.
1. Power On
2. Push Program button 7 times to illuminate Water Save
3. Set Wash Temperature to Warm by pushing the Water Temp
button until both Hot and Cold settings are illuminated.
4. Set Water Level to 70 using the up / down buttons
5. Set Wash Time to 48mins using the up / down buttons
6. Rinse operation is set by default, please do not push Rinse button
7. Set Spin to 9 min using the up / down buttons
8. Select Water Power by pushing the Water Power Button until 2 is
displayed
9. Close Washing Machine lid
10. Push Start button
Cold Wash Water Saving Setting:
Water Save, Wash Temp. Cold, Water Level 70, Wash 48mins,
Rinse 2 (default), Spin 9min, Water Power +2
1. Power On
2. Push Program button 7 times to illuminate Water Save
3. Set Wash Temperature to Cold by pushing the Water Temp
button until only the Cold setting is illuminated.
4. Set Water Level to 70 using the up / down buttons
5. Set Wash Time to 48mins using the up / down buttons
6. Rinse operation is set by default, please do not push Rinse button
7. Set Spin to 9 min using the up / down buttons
8. Select Water Power by pushing the Water Power Button until 2 is
displayed
9. Close Washing Machine lid
10. Push Start button
Note 1: This washing machine has wash cycles that are designed to use less water. Low-sudsing
detergent must be used if the machine is to work as designed.
Note 2: Water pressure at test is 350 kPa.
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List of Programs
: Default settings
Program
Fuzzy
Maximum
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load
Amount
of water
: Changeable settings (via corresponding button)
Powerful
Delicate
10 kg
5 kg
35 to 86 L (Automatically)
55 L
35 to 86 L
45 to 74 L
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Wash
15 min
48 min
6 min
3, 9, 12, 15, 18, 24
min, or none
12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 38,
48 min, or none
-
Spin Shower Rinse 2 times + Normal Rinse 1 time
* In the case to be changed to suitable rinse
process depending on the laundry
(A lot of laundries: Spin Shower Rinse
1 time and Normal Rinse 1 time
A small amount of laundries: Normal Rinse 2 times)
Normal Rinse 1 time
Rinse
Normal Rinse 2 times, Normal Rinse 3 times,
or none, Normal Rinse 1 time
Spin
Required
time
(guide)
Normal Rinse 1 time,
Normal Rinse 2 times,
Normal Rinse 3 times,
or none
6 min
3 min
1, 3, 6, 9 min, or none
1, 3, 6, 9 min, or none
Time
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45 to 76 min
52 to 100 min
38 min
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List of Programs
: Default settings
: Changeable settings (via corresponding button)
Soak
Program
Speedy
Maximum
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load
5 kg
10 kg
50 L
35 to 86 L (Automatically)
35 to 60 L
35 to 86 L
Amount
of water
Rinse
16
5 hrs
3 min
60 min
180 min
300 min
3, 9, 12, 15, 18, 24 min,
or none
-
-
-
Normal Rinse 1 time
Required
time
(guide)
3 hrs
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Spin
1 hrs
Normal Rinse 1 time,
Normal Rinse 2 times,
Normal Rinse 3 times,
or none
Spin Shower Rinse 1 time +
Normal Rinse 1 time
Normal Rinse 2 times,
Normal Rinse 3 times, or none,
Normal Rinse 1 time
3 min
6 min
1, 3, 6, 9 min, or none
1, 3, 6, 9 min, or none
30 min
104 to 122 min 224 to 242 min 344 to 362 min
Time
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List of Programs
: Default settings
: Changeable settings (via corresponding button)
Program
Water Save
Energy save
Blanket
Maximum
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load
10 kg
10 kg
3 kg
Amount
of water
35 to 86 L (Automatically) 35 to 86 L (Automatically)
Wash
Rinse
Spin
Required
time
(guide)
88 L
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35 to 86 L
35 to 86 L
74 to 88 L
15 min
48 min
25 min
3, 9, 12, 15, 24, 48 min,
or none
-
-
Spin Shower Rinse
4 times
Spin Shower Rinse
1 time + Normal Rinse
1 time
Normal Rinse 2 times
-
-
6 min
5 min
9 min
1, 3, 6, 9 min, or none
-
1, 3, 6, 9 min, or none
37 to 142 min
80 to 87 min
83 min
Normal Rinse 2 times,
Normal Rinse 3 times,
or none,
Normal Rinse 1 time
Time
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List of Programs
■ The wash time and the spin time may change during the program depending on the weight and type
of laundry being washed.
■ The required times are guidelines. More time may be required than is noted here depending on the
water pressure and the type of laundry.
■ Programs cannot be changed after they are started. To change them, turn the power off and then on
again, then select a program.
■ When the Auto Self Clean function is running, about 15 more minutes and 14 more liters of water are
needed.
■ We do not recommend using fabric softener when the Water Save program is selected.
■ The Water Save program cycle is the recommended program cycle for a medium soiled load of
laundry at the rated capacity.
■ Spin Shower Rinse* is used in the Fuzzy program to enhance water-saving performance without
compromising the efficiency of rinsing.
* Spin Shower Rinse: A powerful shower and centrifugal force rinse out detergent more effectively.
■ The clear part of the lid and control panel may become foggy or may form dew on the edge of lid if
you use hot water to wash your laundry, however, this is not abnormal. Wipe it off after washing your
laundry.
■ It has the potential not to be enough for max load according to the kind of clothes.
■ Even if you set the delay timer, it may start soon according to the required time of the program.
■ Water flow is adjusted automatically according to the amount of load and water level. When loads are
heavy and water level are high, water flow is adjusted at slower rate to maintain the performance of
washer.
■ Amount of detergent is indicated according to following table as a guide.
(SF-P100XAV)
Load (guide)
Water Level
Detergent (guide)
Amount of detergent
8~10 kg
74~86 L
1.4~1.7 cup
49~60 g
4~7 kg
55~70 L
1~1.3 cup
36~47 g
0~3 kg
35~50 L
0.6~1 cup
23~34 g
* Detergent is based on a single 35-gram scoop of powder detergent.
The amount of detergent is based on a type of 20-gram per 30-liter.
Since the required amount of detergent varies depending on the type of detergent, follow the
instructions on the package of detergent.
If the laundry is small (less than 60 L), please put the detergent directly in the tub.
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Partial Operations Using the Fuzzy Program
If you want...
To customize
the wash program
To reuse the wash
water and separate
your laundry
To not spin the
laundry because you
are worried about
wrinkles
Operations
Wash  Rinse  Spin
Wash only
Wash  Rinse
Setting method
1.
Turn on the power.
Select the Fuzzy program.
Display show
2.
Set the amount of water.
If you do not set the amount of water, it is set automatically based on the
weight of the laundry.
3.
■ Set the wash time
■ Set the wash time
with the Wash button.
■ Set the number and
type of rinses with the
Rinse button.
■ Set the spin time with
the Spin button.
4.
with the Wash button.
■ Press Rinse button
repeatedly until rinse
indicator turns off.
■ Press Spin button
repeatedly until spin
indicator turns off.
■ Set the wash time
with the Wash button.
■ Set the number and
type of rinses with the
Rinse button.
■ Press Spin button
repeatedly until spin
indicator turns off.
Press the Start/Pause button to start.
5.
Remarks
Operates according to
the wash, rinse, and
spin settings.
Stops while the wash
water is still in the tub.
Stops while the rinse
water is still in the tub.
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Partial Operations Using the Fuzzy Program
If you want...
To rinse only
To rinse and spin
To drain and spin
Operations
Rinse only
Rinse  Spin
Drain  Spin
Setting method
1.
Turn on the power.
Select the Fuzzy program.
Display show
2.
Set the amount of water.
If the amount of water is not set, then maximum
water level is used.
3.
■ Set the number and
type of rinses with the
Rinse button.
■ Press Wash button
repeatedly until wash
indicator turns off.
Press Spin button
repeatedly until spin
indicator turns off.
4.
type of rinses with the
Rinse button.
■ Set the spin time with
the Spin button.
■ Press Wash button
repeatedly until wash
indicator turns off.
■ Set the spin time with
the Spin button.
■ Press Wash button
repeatedly until wash
indicator turns off.
■ Press Rinse button
repeatedly until rinse
indicator turns off.
Press the Start/Pause button to start.
5.
Remarks
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■ Set the number and
Cannot be used.
Drains water and spins
before rinsing. Stops
while the rinse water is
still in the tub.
Drains water and spins
before rinsing.
Drains water and spins.
Partial Operations Using the Fuzzy Program
■ Repeatedly press the
buttons until the water level, wash, rinse, and spin
settings you want are set. If the indicator is not lit, that operation is not performed.
■ You can set the amount of
water each time you press the
Water Level button in a range
from 35 to 86 L.
86 L
60 L
81 L
55 L
76 L
50 L
74 L
45 L
70 L
40 L
65 L
35 L
■ You can set the wash time each ■ You can set the number and
time you press the Wash button
in a range from 3 to 24 minutes
and no washing.
24 Min
type of rinses by pressing the
Rinse button. Each time you
press the Rinse button the
setting changes in sequence,
from Normal Rinse 3 times,
Normal Rinse 2 times, Normal
Rinse 1 time, no rinsing.
18 Min
15 Min
12 Min
3
2
9 Min
1
3 Min
(Auto)
No rinsing
No washing
SF-P100XAV
■ You can set the spin time each ■ You can select type of water by
time you press the Spin button
in a range of 1 to 9 minutes and
no spinning.
pressing Water Temp button.
WARM
9 Min
6 Min
HOT
COLD
3 Min
1 Min
No spinning
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In Case of Power Outage
If there is a
power outage
The washing machine is equipped with a restart function.
If a power outage occurs while the washing machine is operating, the
cycle (i.e., wash, rinse, or spin) at that time is saved, and when the power
is restored, automatically restart from the interrupted cycle.
If there is a power outage during the operation, the lid is locked and
cannot be opened. After the power is restored, the lock is released.
Care and Maintenance
Cleaning
the lint filter
(cassette type)
1. Press down on the knob on the top of the lint filter (cassette type)
and pull it towards you.
2. Open the lint filter (cassette type) to the sides and remove the lint
that is inside.
3. Reverse the procedure to replace the lint filter (cassette type).
1.
Cleaning
the Softener
Dispenser
2.
3.
1. Pull the dispenser and tilt it upwards to remove it.
2. Pull off the caps.
3. Use a brush or something to clean the parts.
4. To remount, tilt the dispenser, align the rib to guide and insert it.
■ When you replace the caps, press it until it stops completely. If it is not
pressed all the way in, the softener, liquid detergent and liquid bleach
will not be added to the tub completely and some will remain in the
dispenser.
1.
2.
3.
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4.
Guide
Care and Maintenance
Cleaning
the water
supply inlet
Care and
maintenance
of the washing
machine
1. Close the tap.
2. Disconnect the water supply hose from the top of the washing
machine. (Water in the hose may be drained when you disconnect
the hose.)
3. Use a brush or something to clean the water supply inlet of the
washing machine.
4. Reverse the procedure to replace the water supply hose.
■ Clean the machine body.
Wipe the outside of the washing machine with a soft cloth. Do not use
solvents such as alcohol or benzine.
■ If you use a chemically treated cloth, use it according to the instructions
for the product.
■ If detergent or softener gets on the washing machine, quickly wipe it
off. The surface could be damaged.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Does not operate
● The power plug is not inserted in the power outlet.
● There is a power outage.
● The Delay Timer has been set.
It is wet, even though it is
the first time to use it (drain
hose, tub, etc.)
● There may be moisture or water left in the tub or hoses from the
The remaining time
increases during operation
● The remaining time is adjusted to compensate for the speed of the
Water is added again
during the washing process
● Water is added automatically up to the set water level if the water
Wash time is longer than
the time that was set
manually
● If the water pressure is low, the operating time may increase due to a
The washing machine
stops during the spin cycle
and starts adding water
● If the laundry is extremely off balance when the spin cycle starts, the
During the spin cycle, the
tub spins increasingly faster
● This is to more efficiently remove water.
Sound of water is heard
when the tub moves
● That is the sound of water in the Liquid Load Balancer, which is used
The lid does not open
● When the lid lock indicator is lit, the lid is locked and cannot be
performance test before shipping from the factory.
incoming water.
level falls because water is absorbed by the laundry.
longer water supply time.
spin cycle stops and the rinse cycle starts to rebalance the laundry.
After the load is rebalanced, the spin cycle starts again.
for balancing when the tub is spinning.
opened.
● The lid is locked and cannot be opened because there was a power
outage or the power was turned off while the lid lock indicator was lit.
Turn on the power and wait for the lock to be released.
The strength of water flow
does not change in spite of
changing the indicator
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● It may not change the strength of water flow according to the process
and the load amount. It is not abnormal.
Error Codes
Error
code
Description
Things to check
Solution
C0
Laundry
overload
● Check if the laundry overloaded?
Decrease the amount
of laundry according to
the instructions on page
15-17.
C1
Water is not
supplied
● Is the tap open?
● Has dirt collected in the water supply inlet
Check the tap, water
supply inlet filter, water
pipes, and water supply
hose.
filter?
● Are the water pipes or water supply hose
frozen?
● Has the water supply been disrupted?
C2
Water does not
drain
● Is the drain hose blocked?
● Is the drain hose twisted, crushed, or
Check drain hose, drain
pump and drain inlet.
frozen?
● Is the drain hose connected correctly?
● Is the drain outlet too high?
C3
C4
The tub does
not spin or stops
spinning
● Is the lid open?
Close the lid.
● Is the laundry all on one side of the tub?
● Does the laundry include too many thick
Large loads may require
reloading the laundry evenly dispersed around
the tub, without tangles.
A small load may need a
few more items added.
(If there is only one item
in the tub, it is likely to
become unbalanced.)
items like cotton blankets or jeans or too
many large items like sheets?
● Is the washing machine wobbling, or is the
floor under the washing machine slanted?
● Are there any unwashable things in the
tub? →Page 8: Preparation of the laundry
(sorting the laundry)
C8
The lid cannot be
locked
● Is the lid closed?
● Are there any foreign objects in the lock?
Check that the lid is
completely closed. Check
that there are no foreign
objects in the lock.
C9
The lid lock
cannot be
released
● Are there any foreign objects in the lock?
Turn the power off and
then on again and wait a
little while. If the lid is still
locked, contact a service
center for repair.
Ch
The spinning
speed does
not reach the
specified value.
● Check if there is too much powder
Check the amount of
powder detergent used.
Check the drain hose
and its installation.
detergent?
● Check if the drain hose is clogged?
● Check if the drain hose is installed
correctly?
■ If warning sign such as “F1”, “F9”…etc. are shown in the display, stop operating the washer
immediately and contact an authorized service dealer or a service agent for further inspection
and/or repairing.
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How to Install the Washing Machine
Safety
precautions
■ Do not use a damaged power plug, doing so is dangerous. Contact a
repair center that is certified by the manufacturer to replace the plug.
■ If the outlet you are using is a 2-pin outlet, use an adapter to change
from three pins to two pins. If you do this, be sure to connect an earth
wire. There is a risk of electric shock if you do not connect an earth
wire.
■ Do not connect an earth wire to a gas pipe, telephone wire, water pipe,
or lightning rod. Remove the power plug from the electric outlet when
you are attaching an earth wire.
■ You do not need to attach an earth wire if the electric outlet is a 3-pin
type with earth terminal.
Where to install
the washing
machine
■ The hoses may be damaged or rupture if they freeze. Do not install the
washing machine outside or any other place where there is a risk of
freezing.
■ Install the washing machine on a solid level floor to avoid excessive
vibration and noise.
■ Do not install the washing machine in an extremely humid place, such
as a bathroom or a place exposed to rain.
■ Do not install the washing machine in a slippery or unstable location.
Doing so could cause abnormal vibration.
■ Install the washing machine away from walls as shown below to avoid
abnormal noise and vibration.
10 cm or more
15 cm or more
15 cm or more
No obstructions in front
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How to Install the Washing Machine
Connecting the
water supply
hose
● Main unit
Screw the union nut to arrow direction to firmly attach the water supply
opening.
Precautions
Make sure that the union nut between water supply hose and
main unit is tightly screwed.
● Water leakage may occur if union nut is loosened.
Hot water inlet valve
Angled union nut end of
water supply hose
Cold water inlet valve
● Water leakage may occur if union nut is loosened.
● Unscrew the union nut when dismantling.
Connecting the
drain hose
● Connect the drain hose to drain outlet and clamp tightly by the hose
clamp.
● Hook the U-shape end of the drain hose over the rim of a sink to drain.
(Note)
● Never lay down the drain hose, as water will be discharged.
● The discharge height should be approx. 1 m above the base of the
washer.
● Be sure the drain hose is properly routed so it will not kink or lift from
the sink.
Drain hose
Hose clamp
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How to Install the Washing Machine
Connecting
to the tap
● Water supply hose
■ The optimum water pressure is 0.03 to 0.8 MPa.
■ Use a horizontal tap.
Horizontal tap
Extension tap
Square tap
Connect the water supply hose to the water supply inlet on the washing
machine.
Check that the rubber seal is in the hose connector.
Rubber seal
Connector
* Water supply hose for screw type tap is optional (Part No.BD-W80MV
151)
Securely fasten the water supply hose to the tap and be sure there is
no water leakage.
Connecting
water supply
hose to the tap
● If the water supply hose installs,
tighten the water supply hose to
water tap.
Water supply hose
■ Dismantling
1. Turn off water tap.
2. Press start button and run for 10 seconds.
● This is to prevent water from spilling out
during dismantling.
3. Dismantle the water supply hose.
Water supply hose
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How to Install the Washing Machine
Connecting
the power
■ Connect the washing machine correctly to a grounded AC power
supply.
■ The voltage of the power supply must match the voltage rating of the
washing machine.
■ Do not use extension cords or overload the power outlet by using
power strips.
Checking
levelness
■ Be sure the washing machine does not wobble.
■ Use the spirit level on the washing machine to check for levelness.
Adjust the adjustable foot if the washing machine is not level.
Loosen
Raise
Lock nut
Rotate the lock nut in the direction
of the arrow to loosen it and
then rotate the adjustable foot to
stabilize the washing machine.
Adjustable foot
Tighten
Lock nut
Checking after
installation
When the adjustment is finished,
rotate the lock nut in the direction
of the arrow to tighten it.
If any of the following problems or other abnormalities occur, immediately
unplug the power plug and contact your local service center.
■ The washing machine does not operate when the power is turned on.
■ The power cord is damaged.
■ There are abnormal vibrations or sounds during operation.
■ There is a smell of burning.
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Customer Service
If the washing machine malfunctions, check the Operating & Installation
Instructions thoroughly before you call for repairs.
If you are unable to identify or solve the problem, contact your local
service center.
When you call the service center, you will need to tell them the model
of the washing machine, describe the malfunction, and give them your
address and phone number.
Specifications
Model
SF-P100XAV
Power supply
See the rating plate on the back of the washing machine.
Standard water level
86 L (maximum water level)
Standard amount of water used
154 L (Fuzzy program operation)
Water pressure
0.03 to 0.8 MPa (0.3 to 8 Kgf/cm2)
Dimensions
Width 590 mm x Depth 634 mm x Height 1008 mm
Weight
41 kg
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