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MODEL
CWD85
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
GENERAL SAFETY RULES .............................................................. 4
INSTALLATION ................................................................................. 7
PRACTICAL TIPS............................................................................ 12
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING ................................................... 13
QUICK USER GUIDE ...................................................................... 14
CONTROLS AND PROGRAMS ....................................................... 14
DRYING CYCLE .............................................................................. 24
AUTOMATIC WASHING/DRYING CYCLE ...................................... 26
THROUBLESHOOTING AND WARRANTY..................................... 27
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Carefully read this manual for correct and
safe appliance use and for helpful tips on
efficient maintenance.
This appliance is marked according to
the European directive 2012/19/EU
on Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE).
WEEE contains both polluting substances (which
can cause negative consequences for the
environment) and basic components (which can
be re-used). It is important to have WEEE
subjected to specific treatments, in order to
remove and dispose properly all pollutants, and
recover and recycle all materials. Individuals can
play an important role in ensuring that WEEE
does not become an environmental issue; it is
essential to follow some basic rules:
Only use the washing machine
after carefully reading these instructions.
We recommend you always keep this
manual on hand and in good condition for
any future owners.
Please check that the appliance is
delivered with this instruction manual,
warranty certificate, service centre address
and energy efficiency label. Also check that
plugs, drain hose support hook and liquid
detergent or bleach tray (only on some
models) are included. We recommend you
keep all these components.
 WEEE should not be treated as household
waste;
 WEEE should be handed over to the relevant
collection points managed by the municipality or
by registered companies. In many countries, for
large WEEE, home collection could be present.
Each product is identified by a unique 16character code, also called the “serial
number”, printed on the sticker. This can
be found inside the door opening. This
code is a unique code for your product that
you will need to register the product
warranty, or if you need to contact the
Customer Service Centre.
In many countries, when you buy a new
appliance, the old one may be returned to the
retailer who has to collect it free of charge on a
one-to-one basis, as long as the equipment is of
equivalent type and has the same functions as
the supplied equipment.
Contents
1. GENERAL SAFETY RULES
2. INSTALLATION
3. PRACTICAL TIPS
4. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
5. QUICK USER GUIDE
6. CONTROLS AND PROGRAMS
7. DRYING CYCLE
8. AUTOMATIC WASHING/DRYING CYCLE
9. THROUBLESHOOTING AND WARRANTY
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Environmental conditions
in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made
by children without supervision.
1. GENERAL SAFETY
RULES
 This
appliances is intended to
be used in household and
similar applications such as:
- Staff kitchen areas in shops, offices
and other working environments;
- Farm houses;
- By clients in hotels, motels and
other residential type environments;
- Bed and breakfast type environments.
A different use of this appliance
from household
environment
or from typical housekeeping
functions, as commercial use by
expert or trained users, is excluded
even in the above applications. If
the appliance is used in a manner
inconsistent with this it may reduce
the life of the appliance and may
void the manufacturer’s warranty.
Any damage to the appliance or
other damage or loss arising
through use that is not consistent
with domestic or household use
(even if located in a domestic or
household environment) shall not
be accepted by the manufacturer to
the fullest extent permitted by law.
 Children
should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
 Children
of less than 3 years
should be kept away unless
continuously supervised.
 If
the supply cord is damaged, it
must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent
or similarly qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
 Only
use
the
hose-sets
supplied with the appliance for
the water supply connection
(do not reuse old hose-sets).
 Water
pressure must be between
0.05 MPa and 0.8 MPa.
 Make
sure carpets or rugs do
not obstruct the base or any of
the ventilation openings.
appliance can be used by  The OFF condition is reached
by placing the reference mark on
children aged from 8 years and
the programmes control/knob in
above and persons with reduced
the vertical position. Any other
physical, sensory or mental
different position of such control
capabilities or lack of experience
sets the machine in ON condition
and knowledge if they have been
(only for models with programmes
given supervision or instruction
knob).
concerning use of the appliance
 This
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final part of a washer dryer  Items that have been soiled with
cycle occurs without heat (cool
substances such as cooking oil,
down cycle) to ensure that the
acetone, alcohol, petrol, kerosene,
items are left at a temperature
spot removers, turpentine, waxes
that ensures that the items will
and wax removers should be
not be damaged.
washed in hot water with an extra
amount of detergent before being
dried in the washer dryer.
WARNING:
never stop a washer dryer before  Items such as foam rubber
(latex foam), shower caps,
the end of the drying cycle
waterproof textiles, rubber
unless all items are quickly
backed articles and clothes or
removed and spread out so that
pillows fitted with foam rubber
the heat is dissipated.
pads should not be dried in the
washer dryer.
 After installation, the appliance
must be positioned so that the  Fabric softeners, or similar
products, should be used as
plug is accessible.
specified by the fabric softener
instructions.
 The appliance must not be
installed behind a lockable
door, a sliding door or a door  Oil-affected items can ignite
spontaneously, especially when
with a hinge on the opposite
exposed to heat sources such
side to that of the washer
as a washer dryer. The items
dryer, in such way that a full
become warm, causing an
opening of the washer dryer
oxidation reaction in the oil,
door is restricted.
Oxidation creates heat. If the
heat cannot escape, items can
 The maximum load capacity of
become hot enough to catch
dry clothes depends on the
fire. Piling, stacking or storing
model used (see control panel).
oil-effected items can prevent
 The appliance is not to be used
heat from escaping and so
if industrial chemicals have
create a fire hazard.
been used for cleaning.
 If it is unavoidable that fabrics
contain vegetable or cooking
 Do not dry unwashed items in
oil or have been contaminated
the washer dryer.
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 The
by hair care products be  Do not pull on the power cord
placed in a washer dryer they
or appliance to unplug the
should first be washed in hot
machine.
water with extra detergent this will reduce, but not  Do not expose the washing
machine to rain, direct sunlight
eliminate, the hazard.
or other weather elements.
 Remove
all objects from
Protect from possible freezing.
pockets such as lighters and
 When moving, do not lift the
matches.
washing machine by the knobs
 To consult the product technical
or detergent drawer; during
specification please refer to the
transport, never rest the door on
manufacturer website.
the trolley. We recommend two
people lift the washing machine.
Safety instructions
 In
the event of fault and/or
malfunction, turn off the
washing machine, close the
water tap and do not tamper
with the appliance.
Immediately
contact
the
Customer Service Centre and
only use original spare parts.
Failure to observe these
instruction may jeopardise
appliance safety.
 Before
cleaning or maintaining
the washing machine, unplug
the appliance and turn off the
water tap.
 Make
sure the electrical system
is earthed. Otherwise, seek
qualified professional assistance.
 Please
do not use converters,
multiple sockets or extension
cords.
WARNING:
water may reach very high
temperatures during the
wash cycle.
By placing the
mark on this
product, we are confirming
compliance to all relevant
European safety, health and
 Make sure there is no water in environmental requirements which
the drum before opening the are applicable in legislation for
this product.
door.
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2. INSTALLATION
 Release
the power chord and
drain hose from the securing
clip at the rear of the machine.
 Remove the 2 or 4 transportation
screws (A) on the back and
remove the 2 or 4 flat washers,
rubber bungs and plastic spacer
tubes (B) as illustrated in figure 1.
 If the washing machine is built-in,
unscrew the 3 or 4 transportation
screws (A) and remove the 3 or
4 flat washers, rubber bungs and
plastic spacer tubes (B).
 During the removal of the screws
occasionally spacer tubes fall
inside the product, these can be
remove by tilting the product forward
and recovering them from the floor
or inside the base of the machine.
 Cover the open transportation
screw holes with the 2 or 4
plastic caps included in the
instruction bag.
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1
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
2
A
1
2
3
B
WARNING:
keep packaging materials
away from children.
Place the corrugated plastic
sheet, found on top of the
appliance during the unpacking
process, into the base of the
appliance as shown in figure 2
(according
to
the
model,
consider version A, B or C).
C
3
2
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Instructions for mounting the
furniture door
 Position
the template onto the
reverse of the furniture door. It
is possible to mount the hinges
and closure magnet on the right
or left-hand side depending on
your requirements. Mark the
screw hole positions, then drill
out these positions.
B
C
A
 Fix
the hinges in place with the
4 screws provided (A).
 Fix
the magnet (B) in place
using screw (C).
D
 Mount
the plate (D) on the right
or left-hand side, depending on
your installation requirements.
Place the plastic support (E)
under the plate and fix it in
position with screw (F).
F
E
G
 Snap
mount cap (G) in the
lower position.
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 Mount
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the furniture door to the
front of the washer using the
hinges. Place the spacers
under the hinges (I) and then
fix in position with screw (H).
H
I
We suggest mounting the
furniture door so that it opens
towards the left, which is the
same direction as the porthole
door. This will leave more
space when you are loading
washing into the appliance.
the washer into an
opening of the size indicated in
the diagram opposite. A furniture
plinth may be run across the front
of the appliance, but its height will
be dictated by the height the
washer is set at.
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600
m
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 The
4 adjustable feet allow the
height of the washer to be
adjusted from 820 mm to a
maximum of 840 mm. To adjust
the height, you should remove
the nuts fitted to each foot and
replace these with the 5 mm
nuts supplied. Raise the feet to
your desired height and then
fully tighten the lock nut to the
base of the washer.
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60 0
570
825 min.
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Hydraulic connections
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 Connect the water hose to the water
supply tap (fig. 3) only using the hose
supplied with the appliance (do
not
reuse old hose-sets).
 SOME MODELS may include one or
more of the following features:
 HOT&COLD (fig. 4):
water mains connection settings with hot
and cold water for higher energy savings.
Connect the grey tube to the cold water
tap
and the red one to the hot water
tap. The machine can be connected to
the cold water tap only: in this case, some
programs may start a few minutes later.
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 AQUASTOP (fig. 5):
a device located on the supply tube that
stops water flow if the tube deteriorates;
in this case, a red mark will appear in the
window “A” and the tube must be
replaced. To unscrew the nut, press the
one-way lock device "B".
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B
 AQUAPROTECT – SUPPLY TUBE WITH
GUARD (fig. 6):
Should water leak from the primary
internal tube "A", the transparent
containment sheath "B" will contain water
to permit the washing cycle to complete.
At the end of the cycle, contact the
Customer Service Centre to replace the
supply tube.
Setting
 The washing machine should be installed
in its final position such that the water fill
hose is not kinked or trapped. The
corrugated drain hose should be inserted
into suitable drain pipe of between 50 cm
and 85 cm height above the floor using
the curved drain hose support. If an under
sink connection is used the drain hose
must be routed above the sink overfill
opening to prevent back siphoning. Care
must be taken to avoid kinking or trapping
the drain hose (fig. 7).
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A
B
A
 Level the appliance using the feet as
illustrated in figure 8:
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a. turn the nut clockwise to release the
screw;
b. rotate the foot to raise or lower it until it
touches to the floor;
b. lock the foot, screwing in the nut, until it
tightens against to the bottom of the
washing machine.
 Plug in the appliance.
WARNING:
contact the Customer Service Centre
should
the
power
cord
need
replacement.
Detergent drawer
The detergent draw is split into
compartments as illustrated in figure 9:
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 compartment "1": for prewash detergent;
 compartment “
”: for special additives,
softeners, starch fragrances, etc.;
WARNING:
only use liquid products; the washing
machine is set to automatically dose
additives at each cycle during the last
rinse.
 compartment "2": for washing detergent.
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WARNING:
some detergents are hard to remove.
In this case we recommend using the
specific container to be placed in the
drum (example in figure 10).
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Save up to 50% energy by using a 60°C
wash programme.
3. PRACTICAL TIPS
Load tips
Before using a drying programme…
WARNING: when sorting laundry, make
sure:
 SAVE energy and time by selecting a
- have eliminated metallic objects such as
hair clips, pins, coins, from laundry;
- to have buttoned pillow cases, closed zips,
tied loose belts and long robe ribbons;
- to have removed rollers, hooks or clips
from curtains;
- to have carefully read clothing washing
labels;
- to have removed any persistent stains
using specific detergents.
Following is a quick guide with tips and
recommendations on detergent use at the
various temperatures. In any case, always
read the instructions on the detergent for
correct use and doses.
 When washing rugs, bedcovers or other
heavy clothing, we recommend you avoid
the spinning cycle.
 To wash wool, make sure the item can be
machine washed and marked by the
“Pure virgin wool” symbol with the “Does
not mat” or “Machine washable” label.
Helpful suggestions for the user
A guide environmentally friendly and
economic use of your appliance.
Maximise The Load Size
 Achieve the best use of energy, water,
detergent and time by using the
recommended maximum load size.
Save up to 50% energy by washing a full
load instead of 2 half loads.
Do you need to pre-wash?
 For heavily soiled laundry only!
SAVE detergent, time, water and
between 5 to 15% energy consumption
by NOT selecting Prewash for slight to
normally soiled laundry.
Is a hot wash required?
 Pretreat stains with stain remover or soak
dried in stains in water before washing to
reduce the necessity of a hot wash
programme.
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high spin speed to reduce the water
content in laundry before using a drying
programme.
When washing heavily soiled whites,
we
recommend
using
cotton
programs of 60°C or above and a
normal washing powder (heavy duty)
that contains bleaching agents that at
medium/high
temperatures
provide
excellent results.
For washes between 40°C and 60°C
the type of detergent used needs to be
appropriate for the type of fabric and
level of soiling.
Normal powders are suitable for “white”
or colour fast fabrics with high soiling,
while liquid detergents or “colour
protecting” powders are suitable for
coloured fabrics with light levels of
soiling.
For washing at temperatures below
40°C we recommend the use of liquid
detergents or detergents specifically
labeled as suitable for low temperature
washing.
For washing wool or silk, only use
detergents specifically formulated for
these fabrics.
finished, replace it turning it clockwise.
The filter handle will be locked when it is
not possible to turn any further and the
handle is horizontal. Smearing a small
amount of liquid soap on the filter seal will
help refitting.
To clean the washing machine exterior, use
a damp cloth, avoiding abrasives, alcohol
and/or solvents. To maintain a good wash
performance we recommend that the soap
drawer and pump filters are regularly
cleaned. A monthly service wash, using a
proprietary cleaner is also recommended.
 Repeat the previous steps in reverse
order to reassemble all parts.
Drawer cleaning
 We recommend you clean the drawer to
avoid accumulating
additive residue.
detergent
and
 To do this, extract the drawer using slight
force, clean it with running water and
reinsert it in its housing.
 Ensure the siphon cap is correctly
Suggestions for moves or
prolonged disuse
refitted.
 Should the washing machine be stored in
Filter cleaning
an unheated room for a long period of
time, drain all water from tubes.
 The washing machine comes with a
 Unplug the washing machine.
special filter able to trap large residue,
such as buttons or coins, which could
clog the drain.
 Detach the tube from the drainage
 Only available on certain models: pull out
system and clip on the rear of the
machine and lower it, fully draining water
into a bowl.
the corrugated hose, remove the stopper
and drain the water into a container.
 Secure the drain tube with the drainage
system and clip on the rear of the
machine when finished.
 Ensure all the water has been emptied
 Keep the door glass and gasket clean.
from the drum.
 Before
unscrewing the filter, we
recommend you place an absorbent cloth
under it to keep the floor dry. A small
amount of water will come out of the filter
as you remove it - this is normal.
The manufacturers warranty only
covers faults within the product of a
mechanical or electrical nature.
Faults
caused
by
handling,
installation or miss use are not
covered and may incur a charge for
any repair visit to resolve.
 Turn the filter counter-clockwise to the
limit stop.
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 Remove and clean the filter; when
4. MAINTENANCE AND
CLEANING
5. QUICK USER GUIDE
This washing machine automatically adjusts
the level of the water to the type and
quantity of washing. This system gives a
reduction in energy consumption and a
saving in washing times.
6. CONTROLS AND
PROGRAMS
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Program selection
 Turn on the washing machine and select
the required program.
 Adjust
the washing temperature if
necessary and press the required "option"
buttons.
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L MN O
P
H
DRYING
If you would like the drying cycle to
begin automatically after washing,
select the programme required using
the DRYING SELECTION button.
Or you can finish the wash and then
select the drying programme and
load size.
D
C
E
F
G
B
A Programme selector with OFF
position
 Press the START/PAUSE button to start
washing.
 At the end of the programme, the
message "End" will appear on the display
or, on some models, all wash stage
indicator lights will turn on.
Wait until the DOOR LOCKED light has
gone out before opening the door.
 Turn off the washing machine.
For any type of wash, see the program
table and follow the operating sequence
as indicated.
B
C
D
E
F
START/PAUSE button
DELAY START button
DRYING SELECTION button
RAPID / STAIN LEVEL button
TEMPERATURE SELECTION
button
G SPIN SPEED button
F+G KEY LOCK
H Digital display
I DRYING SELECTION indicator
lights
L DOOR LOCKED indicator light
Technical data
M KG DETECTOR indicator light
Water pressure:
min 0.05 Mpa / max 0.8 Mpa
(0.05 MPa dispenses approximately 1 litre
of water in 10 seconds)
N KEY LOCK indicator light
Spin r.p.m.: See rating plate.
Power input / Power current fuse amp /
Supply voltage: See rating plate.
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O TEMPERATURE SELECTION
indicator lights
P SPIN SPEED indicator lights
When the START/PAUSE button has
been pressed, the appliance can take
few seconds before it starts working.
When the programme selector is turned
the display lights up to show the settings
for the programme selected.
For energy saving, at the end of the
cycle or with an inactivity period, the
display level contrast will decrease.
ADD OR REMOVE ITEMS AFTER THE
PROGRAMMES HAS STARTED (PAUSE)
 Press and hold the START/PAUSE
button for about 2 seconds (some
indicator light and the time remaining
indicator will flash, showing that the
machine has been paused).
N.B.: To switch the machine off, turn
the programme selector to the OFF
position.
 Wait until the DOOR LOCKED light has
gone out before opening the door.
 Press the START/PAUSE button to start
the selected cycle.
Before you open the door, please
check water level is below the door
opening to avoid flooding.
 Once a programme is selected the
programme selector remains stationary on
the selected programme till cycle ends.
 After you have added or removed items,
 "End" will appear in the display at the
close the door and press the
START/PAUSE button (the programme
will start from where it left off).
end of the program and the DOOR
LOCKED light will go off, it is now
possible to open the door.
CANCELLING THE PROGRAMME
 Switch off the washing machine by
turning the selector to OFF.
 To cancel the programme, set the
selector to the OFF position.
The programme selector must be
returned to the OFF position at the end
of each cycle or when starting a
subsequent wash cycle prior to the next
programme being selected and started.
 Wait 2 minutes until the safety device
unlocks the door.
DELAY START button
 This button allows you to pre-programme
START/PAUSE button
the wash cycle to delay the start of the
cycle for up to 24 hours.
Close the door BEFORE selecting the
button START/PAUSE.
 To delay the start use the following
procedure:
 Press to start the selected cycle.
- Select the required programme.
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PROGRAMME selector with OFF
position
- Press the delay start button once to
activate it (h00 appears on the display)
and then press it again to set a 1 hour
delay (h01 appears on the display). The
pre-set delay increases by 1 hour each
time the button is pressed, until h24
appears on the display, at which point
pressing the button again will reset the
delay start to zero.
- Confirm by pressing the START/PAUSE
button. The delay countdown will begin
and when it has finished the programme
will start automatically.
 It is possible to cancel the delay start by
turning the programme selector to OFF.
If there is any break in the power supply
while the machine is operating, a special
memory stores the selected programme
and, when the power is restored, it
continues where it left OFF.
The option buttons should be
selected
before
pressing
the
START/PAUSE button. If an option is
selected that is not compatible with
the selected programme then the
option indicator light first flashes and
then goes off.
If you exceed the maximum dryable
load of laundry indicated in the
programme table, the laundry may not
be dried satisfactory.
 If you want delete the selection before
the programme starts, please press
repeatedly the button until the lights go off
or reposition the programme selector to
the OFF position.
 Drying only cycle:
select via the knob the desired drying
programme in conjunction with your
fabrics, by pressing this button it is
possible to select a degree of dryness
that is different to the default one (except
for the wool drying programme).
 To cancel the cycle during the drying
phase, please press the button for about
3 seconds.
WARNING:
After
cancelling
the
drying
programme, the cool down phase will
begin and please wait for about 10/20
minutes before opening the door.
 "End" will appear in the display at the
DRYING SELECTION button
 For automatic washing/drying cycle:
after the selection of washing programme
according to laundry type, select a degree
of dryness by pressing this button. At the
end of the washing programme, the
selected
drying
cycle
will
start
automatically.
If a washing programme is not
compatible with automatic drying
selected, this function will not be
activated.
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end of the program and the DOOR
LOCKED light will go off, it is now
possible to open the door.
It is also possible to cancel the drying
cycle by turning the programme
selector to the OFF position. It is
necessary to wait for the cooling
phase’s end (10/20 minutes) and the
DOOR LOCKED light to go off before
opening the door.
To prevent damage to the fabrics, it is
not possible to increase the speed
over the maximum allowed for the
programme.
This button allows you to choose between
two different options, depending on the
selected programme.
 To reactivate the spin cycle press the
- RAPID
button until you reach the spin speed you
would like to set.
The button becomes active when
you select the RAPID (14/30/44 Min.)
programme on the knob and allows you to
select one of three durations indicated.
 It is possible to modify the spin speed
without pausing the machine.
- STAIN LEVEL button
 Once the programme has been selected
An over dosing of detergent can
cause excessive foaming. If the
appliance detects the presence of
excessive foam, it may exclude the
spinning phase or extend the duration
of the program and increase water
consumption.
the wash time set for that programme will
be automatically shown.
 This option allows you to choose between
3 levels of wash intensity modifying the
length of the programme, depending on
how much the fabrics are soiled (can only
be used on some programmes as shown
in the table of programmes).
The machine is fitted with a special
electronic device, which prevents the
spin cycle should the load be
unbalanced. This reduces the noise
and vibration in the machine and so
prolongs the life of your machine.
TEMPERATURE SELECTION
button
 This button allows you to change the
temperature of the wash cycles.
 It is not possible to raise the temperature
over the maximum allowed for the
programme, in order to protect the
fabrics.
KEY LOCK
 If you want carry out a cold wash all the
 Pressing
simultaneously the buttons
TEMPERATURE SELECTION and SPIN
SPEED for about 3 seconds, the
machine allows you to lock the keys. In
this way, you can avoid making
accidental or unwanted changes if a
button on the display is pressed
accidently during a cycle.
indicators must be off.
SPIN SPEED button
 By pressing this button, it is possible to
reduce the maximum speed, and if you
wish, the spin cycle can be cancelled.
 If the label does not indicate specific
 The key lock can be simply cancelled by
information, it is possible to use the
maximum spin expected in the program.
pressing the two buttons simultaneously
again or turning off the appliance.
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RAPID / STAIN LEVEL button
3) DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LIGHT
Digital Display
 The indicator light is illuminated when the
The display’s indicator system allows you to
be constantly informed about the status of
the machine.
door is fully closed.
Close the door BEFORE selecting the
START/PAUSE button.
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2
3 4
6
7
 When START/PAUSE
is pressed on
the machine with the door closed, the
indicator will flash momentarily and then
illuminate.
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1) DRYING SELECTION INDICATOR LIGHTS
The indicators display the degrees of
dryness that can be selected by the
relevant button:
If the door is not properly closed,
the light will continue to flash for
about 7 seconds, after which the
start command will be automatically
cancelled. In this case, close the
door in the proper way and press
the START/PAUSE button.
EXTRA DRY
(suitable for towels, bathrobes and
bulky loads).
 Wait until the DOOR LOCKED light has
IRON DRY
(that leaves the laundry ready for
ironing).
4) Kg LOAD INDICATOR LIGHT (function
active only on certain programmes)
gone out before opening the door.
 During the first minutes of the cycle, the
CUPBOARD DRY
(for items that will be put away
without ironing).
"Kg LOAD" indicator will remain on while
the intelligent sensor will weigh the
laundry and adjust the cycle time, water
and electricity consumption accordingly.
2) CYCLE DURATION
 When a programme is selected the
display automatically shows the typical
cycle
duration,
which
can
vary,
depending on the options selected.
 During the initial filling phase of the cycle
the machine calculates the actual cycle
time needed based on the load size,
content and options selected. The real
time of the wash will then be displayed.
This time can recaulculate during the
wash depending on detergent levels and
load balancing.
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 Through every wash phase "Kg LOAD"
allows to monitor information on the wash
load in the drum and in the first minutes of
the wash it:
- adjusts the amount of water required;
- determines the length of the wash cycle;
- controls rinsing according to the type of
fabric selected to be washed it;
6) WASH TEMPERATURE
LIGHTS
- recognises the presence of too much
soap suds, and if necessary, adjust the
amount of rinse water.
This shows the washing temperature of the
selected programme that can be changed
(where allowed) by the relevant button.
If you want carry out a cold wash all the
indicators must be off.
- adjusts the spin speed according to the
load, thus avoiding any imbalance.
INDICATOR
7) SPIN SPEED INDICATOR LIGHTS
5) KEY LOCK INDICATOR LIGHT
This shows the spin speed of the selected
programme, that can be reduced or omitted
by the relevant button.
The indicator light show that the keys are
locked.
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- adjusts the rhythm of drum rotation for
the type of fabric being washed;
Table of programmes
1)
(MAX.) *
2
(see control panel)
PROGRAMME
(MAX.)
Whites
2)
4)
8
90°
Cottons +
Prewash
2)
4)
8
60°
Cottons**
2)
4)
4)
8
60°
8
20°
4
60°
Delicates
2,5
40°
Rinse
-
-
Spin
-
-
Drain
-
-
14'
1,5
30°
30'
2,5
30°
44'
3,5
40°
4
30°
Wool
2
40°
Hand Wash
2
30°
4
-
5
-
Eco 20°
Mixed
Rapid
1
3) 4)
Shirts
2)
4)
4)
Low Heat
(drying)
High Heat
(drying)
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2
1
TEST
50229
Washing
Use the programme ** with the maximum
degree of soiling selected, maximum spin
speed and a temperature of 60°C.
Programme recommended also for test
with a lower temperature.
Drying
Please read these notes:
* Maximum load capacity of dry clothes,
according to the model used (see control
panel).
First drying with A kg (a load consist:
pillowcases and hand-towels) selecting
the
cotton
drying
programme
(
1)
2)
3)
4)
When a programme is selected,
on the display is shown the
display shows the recommended
wash temperature that can be
reduced (where allowed) by the
relevant button.
) cupboard dry (
).
Second drying with B kg (a load consist:
sheets and hand towels) selecting
the
cotton
drying
programme
(
) cupboard dry (
).
For the programmes shown you
can adjust the duration and
intensity of the wash using the
STAIN LEVEL button.
Capacity
(washing)
(kg)
A (kg)
B (kg)
First
drying
Second
drying
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4
2
Selecting the RAPID program on
the knob, it will be possible to
select with the RAPID button, one
of the three rapid programs
available among 14’, 30’ and 44’.
6
5
1
7
5
2
8
5
3
8
6
2
Programmes for automatic drying.
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INFORMATION FOR THE
LABORATORIES (Ref. EN
Standards)
Programmes selection
To clean different types of fabrics and
various levels of dirt, the washing machine
has specific programs to meet every need
of washing (see table of programmes).
WASHING
Whites
An intensive wash. The final spin at
maximum speed gives more efficient
removal.
Cotton + Prewash
This programme has been designed to
remove the stronger stains from cotton
white clothes. The prewash guarantees the
tough dirt removal. Add into compartment
"1" a quantity of detergent equal to 20% of
that used for main wash.
Cottons
This program is suitable to clean normally soiled
cotton laundry and it is the most efficient program
in terms of combined energy and water
consumptions for washing cotton laundry.
Eco 20°
This innovative programme, allows you to wash
different fabrics and colours together, such as
cottons, synthetics and mixed fabrics at only
20°C and provides an excellent cleaning
performance. Consumption on this program is
about 40% of a conventional 40°C. cottons
wash.
Mixed
The washing and rinsing optimise the speed
and rhythm of the drum action and water
levels. The gentle spin, ensures a reduced
formation of creases in the fabric.
Delicates
This program has reduced periods of drum
rotation during the cycle and is particularly
suitable or washing delicate fabrics. The
wash cycle and rinses are carried out with a
high level of water to ensure the best
performance.
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Rinse
This program performs 3 rinses with an
intermediate spin (which can be reduced or
excluded by using the appropriate button). It
is used for rinsing any type of fabric, for
example after a wash carried out by hand.
Spin
The programme carries out a maximum
spin. It is possible to delete or reduce the
spin with the SPIN SPEED button.
Drain
This programme drains out the water.
Rapid (14/30/44 Min.)
Washing cycle suggested for low loads and
slightly dirty. With this program it is
recommended to reduce the quantity of
detergent normally used, in order to avoid
unnecessary waste. Selecting the RAPID
program and acting on the button you can
choose one of three programs available.
Shirts
The washing cycle is optimized to reduce the
creation of creases, keeping an excellent washing
performance. It is also possible to further reduce
the spin speed, to ensure an easier ironing.
Wool
This program performs a wash cycle
dedicated to the wool fabrics that can be
washed in a washing machine, or the
articles to be washed by hand.
Hand Wash
Program for hand wash only clothes, the
program ends with 3 rinses and a slow spin.
DRYING
WARNING:
Dispensers used for concentrated
powders and liquid detergents must be
removed from the drum before
commencing
the
tumble
drying
programmes.
Mixed (Low Heat)
Low temperature drying programme
recommended for synthetics and mixed
fibres (always refer to the laundry care label).
Cottons (High Heat)
High temperature drying programme
recommended for cottons and linen items
(always refer to the laundry care label).
The drum changes direction during the
drying cycle to prevent the laundry from
tangling and producing even more drying.
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Cool air is used during the last 10/20
minutes of the drying cycle to minimize
creasing.
7. DRYING CYCLE
The correct way to dry
 Drying guidance advice is general, but
practical experience of using the product
will help you to achieve the best drying
results.
 We recommend setting a lower drying
time than indicated, when first using the
appliance in order to establish the degree
of dryness required.
 We recommend not drying fabrics that
fray easily, such as rugs or garments with
a deep pile, in order to avoid air duct
clogging.
 We recommend that you sort the laundry
by the following methods:
- By drying care symbols, which are
displayed on the clothing labels
Suitable for tumble drying.
 Open the door.
 Fill with the laundry, not exceeding the
maximum drying load indicated in the
programme table. For large items (e.g.
sheets) or very absorbent items (e.g.
towels or jeans), it is a good idea to
reduce the load.
 Close the door.
 Turn the programme dial to the more
suitable drying programme for your laundry.
 The washer dryer can perform the
following types of drying:
- Low temperature drying programme
recommended
for
mixed
fabrics
(synthetics/cotton)
synthetic
fabrics
(
Tumble dry at high temperature.
symbol on programme dial).
- High temperature drying programme
recommended
for
cotton,
terry
toweling, linen, hemp fabrics, etc...
Tumble dry at low temperature only.
(
DO NOT tumble dry.
symbol on programme dial).
 Select the degree of dryness that you
If the fabric does not have a care label,
you should assume that it is not
suitable for drying.
require:
- By size and thickness
Whenever the wash load is bigger than
the drying capacity, separate the clothes
according to thickness (e.g. towels from
thin underwear).
- By fabric type
Cottons/linen: towels, cotton jersey, bed
and table linen.
Synthetics: blouses, shirts, overalls, etc.
made of polyester or polyamide, as well
as for cotton/synthetic mixes.
 Only dry pre-spun laundry.
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EXTRA DRY
(suitable for towels, bathrobes and
bulky loads).
IRON DRY
(that leaves the laundry ready for
ironing).
CUPBOARD DRY
(for items that will be put away
without ironing).
By selecting the wool drying
programme, it's not possible to select
a degree of dryness different from the
default one.
 Open the door and remove the laundry.
needed for drying and the level of
moisture remaining in the laundry,
according to the load and drying type
selected.
 Turn off the tap.
CANCELLING THE DRYING PROGRAMME
 To cancel the drying programme, press
 Check that the tap is turned on and that
the discharge
correctly.
hose
is
and hold the DRYING SELECTION
button for about 3 seconds.
positioned
WARNING:
After cancelling the drying programme,
the cool down phase will begin and you
must wait for about 10/20 minutes
before opening the door.
WARNING:
Do not dry woollen garments or
articles with special padding (e.g.
quilts, quilted anoraks, etc.) and very
delicate fabrics. If garments are
drip/dry, load less items as to prevent
creasing.
In order to ensure the correct operation
of the appliance, it is advisable not to
interrupt the drying phase unless it is
absolutely necessary.
 Press the START/PAUSE button (the
display will
remaining).
show
the
drying
time
The appliance calculates the time to
the end of the selected programme
based upon a standard loading.
During the cycle, the appliance
corrects the time according to the
size and composition of the load.
During the drying phase the drum will
accelerate to a higher speed to
distribute the load and to optimize the
drying performance.
 When the programme is finished the word
"End" will appear on the display. After
5 minutes the appliance will go into
standby mode (on certain models, the
display will show two lines).
 Switch off the machine by turning the
programme selector to the OFF position.
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 The washer dryer will calculate the time
 When the programme is finished the word
8. AUTOMATIC
WASHING/DRYING
CYCLE
"End" will appear on the display. After 5
minutes the appliance will go into
standby mode (on certain models, the
display will show two lines).
You cannot exceed the maximum
dryable load of laundry indicated in
the programme table, otherwise the
laundry will not be dried satisfactory.
 Switch off the machine by turning the
programme selector to the OFF position.
 Open the door and remove the laundry.
- Washing
 Open the drawer and put in the correct
amount of detergent.
 Turn off the tap.
CANCELLING THE DRYING PROGRAMME
 Refer to the list of washing programmes
for the fabrics to be washed (e.g. very
dirty cotton) and turn the selector knob to
the required programme.
 Adjust
the
necessary.
wash
temperature
 Check that the tap is turned on and that
hose
is
and hold the DRYING SELECTION
button for about 3 seconds.
if
 Press the option buttons (if required).
the discharge
correctly.
 To cancel the drying programme, press
positioned
- Drying
 Select the degree of dryness that you
require:
EXTRA DRY
(suitable for towels, bathrobes and
bulky loads).
IRON DRY
(that leaves the laundry ready for
ironing).
CUPBOARD DRY
(for items that will be put away
without ironing).
 Press the START/PAUSE button.
 At the end of the wash phase the display
will show the drying time remaining.
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WARNING:
After cancelling the drying programme,
the cool down phase will begin and you
must wait for about 10/20 minutes
before opening the door.
In order to ensure the correct operation
of the appliance, it is advisable not to
interrupt the drying phase unless it is
absolutely necessary.
If you believe the washing machine is not working correctly, consult the quick guide
provided below which includes some practical tips on how to fix the most common
problems.
ERROR CODE FORMAT
 Models with a display: the error is shown by a number preceded by the letter “E”
(example: E2 = Error 2).
 Models without display: an error is shown by a sequence of flashes of every LED.
The error code is shown by the number of flashes followed by a pause of 5 seconds
(example: two flashes – pause 5 seconds – two flashes – repeating = Error 2).
Error shown
E2 (with display)
2 flashes of the LEDs
(without display)
Possible causes and practical solutions
The machine cannot load water.
Make sure the water supply tap is open.
Make sure the water supply hose isn’t bent, kinked or trapped.
Make sure the drain pipe is at the proper height (see installation section).
E3 (with display)
3 flashes of the LEDs
(without display)
E4 (with display)
4 flashes of the LEDs
(without display)
E7 (with display)
7 flashes of the LEDs
(without display)
Any other code
Close the water supply tap, unscrew the filler hose from the back of
the washing machine and make sure the “anti-sand” filter is clean
and not blocked.
The washing machine does not drain water.
Make sure the filter is not clogged.
Make sure the drain hose isn’t bent, kinked or trapped.
Make sure the home drainage system is not blocked and is allowing
water to flow through without obstruction. Try to drain the water in the sink.
There is too much foam and/or water.
Ensure the correct amount of detergent is being used and the
detergent is designed for use in a washing machine.
Door problem.
Make sure the door is correctly closed.
Make sure the clothes inside the drum are not preventing the door
from closing fully.
If the door is locked, turn off and unplug the washing machine from
the electrical supply socket, wait 2-3 minutes and reopen the door.
Turn off and unplug the washing machine, wait a minute. Turn on the
machine and restart a program. If the error occurs again contact an
Authorised Customer Service Centre directly.
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9. THROUBLESHOOTING AND WARRANTY
OTHER ANOMALIES
Problem
Possible causes and practical solutions
The washing machine
does not work / start
The washing machine
does not spin
Make sure the product is plugged into a working supply socket.
Make sure power is on.
Make sure the wall socket is working, testing it with another
appliance such as a lamp.
The door may not be correctly closed: open and close it again.
Check whether the required program was correctly selected and the
start button pressed.
Make sure the washing machine is not in pause or time delay mode.
This may be due to a leak from the seal between the tap, supply
hose and fill valve; in this case, replace it and tighten the hose
connections correctly.
Make sure the front filter is correctly closed.
The machine is fitted with a detection system that protects the load
and product from damage if the load is not balanced before spinning.
This may result in: The machine attempts to balance the load, increasing the time of
spin.
 Reduction of the speed of spin to decrease vibrations and noise.
 The spin cycle aborting to protect the machine and load.
If this is experienced remove the load de-tangle it, reload it and
restart the spin program.
This could be due to the fact that water has not been completely
drained: wait a few minutes. If the problem persists, see Error 3
section.
Some models include a "no spin" function: make sure it is not
selected.
Check which options are selected and their effect on the spin cycle.
Strong vibrations /
noises are heard
during the spin cycle
Excessive detergent can impede the spin cycle, ensure the correct
amount of detergent is being used.
The washing machine may not be fully levelled: if necessary, adjust
the feet as indicated in the specific section.
Make sure transport screws, rubber bungs and spacer tubes were
removed.
Make sure there are no foreign objects inside the drum (coins,
hinges, buttons, etc…).
Water leaked on the
floor near the
washing machine
The standard manufacturer warranty covers faults caused by electrical or
mechanical faults in the product due to an act or omission of the manufacturer. If
a fault is found to be caused by factors outside the product supplied, miss-use or
as a result of the instructions on use not being followed, a charge may be
applied.
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- cloudier rinse drain water: This effect is
tied to the suspended zeolites which do
not have negative effects on rinse
efficiency.
If the problem persists or if you suspect a
malfunction,
immediately
contact
an
Authorised Customer Service Centre.
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The use of ecological detergents without
phosphates may cause the following effects:
It is always recommended to use original
spare parts, that are available at our
Authorised Customer Service Centres.
- white powder (zeolites) on laundry at
the end of the wash: this is normal, the
powder is not absorbed by fabric and
does not change its colour.
To remove the zeolites, select a rinse
programme. In the future consider using
slightly less detergent.
Warranty
The product is guaranteed under the
terms and conditions stated on the
certificate included with the product. The
warranty certificate must be duly filled in
and stored, so as to be shown to the
Authorised Customer Service Centre in
case of need. Proof of purchase must
be made available at the time of any
warranty related repair.
- foam in the water at last rinse: this
does not necessary indicate poor rinsing.
Consider using less detergent in future
washes.
- abundant foam: This is often due to the
anionic surfactants found in the
detergents which are hard to eliminate
from laundry.
In this case, do not re-rinse to eliminate
these effects: it will not help at all.
We suggest conducting a maintenance
wash using a proprietary cleaner.
T he ma nu fact ur er dec lin es a ll
responsibility for any printing errors in
the booklet included with this product.
Moreover, it also reserves the right to
make any changes deemed useful to its
products without changing their essential
characteristics.
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