VZUG LTD
Washing machine
Adora SL
Operating instructions
Dear V-ZUG Customer
Thank you for choosing to buy one of our products.
Your appliance is made to high standards and is easy to use. Nevertheless, please
take the time to read these operating instructions in order to familiarize yourself with
the appliance and get the best use out of it.
Please follow the safety precautions.
Modifications
Text, diagrams and data correspond to the technical standard of the appliance at the
time these operating instructions went to press. The right to make technical modifications for the purpose of the further development of the appliance is reserved.
Symbols used
Denotes important safety precautions. Failure to observe
said precautions can result in injury or damage to the appli
ance or fittings!
Indicates step-by-step instructions.
– Describes how the appliance reacts to the steps taken.
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Denotes useful tips for the user.
Validity
The model number corresponds to the first three digits on the identification plate. These
operating instructions apply to the following model:
Model
Adora SL
Type
WA-ASL
© V-ZUG AG, CH-6301 Zug, 2004
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Model no.
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Contents
Safety precautions
Before using for the first time
Correct use . . . . . . . . . . .
Children in the home . . . . .
Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . .
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Your appliance
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Appliance description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Operating and display elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Programme overview
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Main programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Additional programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
User settings
Rinsing . . . . . . . . . . .
Childproof lock . . . . .
Type of wash . . . . . . .
Spinning . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic door opener
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Washing
Adding washing detergent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Soap detergent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starching, waterproofing and dyeing textiles . . . .
Programme selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aborting a programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programme selection with childproof lock activated
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Care and maintenance
Cleaning the appliance . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer
Cleaning the water inlet filter . . . . . . . .
Emergency draining . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the foreign body trap . . . . . .
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Troubleshooting
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What to do if … . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Opening the appliance door in the event of a power failure . 55
Washing tips
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Unsatisfactory wash results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Damage to fabrics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Technical data
Spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unbalanced load detection system
Water and energy economy . . . .
Turbidity sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Disposal
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Index
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Repair service
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Quick instructions
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Safety precautions
The appliance corresponds to recognised technology stand
ards and the relevant safety regulations. Proper use of the
appliance is however essential to avoid damage and acci
dents. Please therefore follow the precautions given in these
operating instructions.
In accordance with the requirements of IEC 60335-1:
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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 supervised or unless they have been given instruction concerning the use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Before using for the first time
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The appliance must be installed and connected to the electricity supply in accordance with the separate installation instructions. The necessary work should be carried out by a qualified fitter or electrician.
Dispose of the packaging material in accordance with local regulations.
Ensure access to the place of disconnection (e.g. socket outlet, wall switch, mains
fuse, as well as water tap).
The transport lock must be removed. Failure to remove the transport lock can result
in damage to the appliance or fittings.
It is advisable to run an empty wash cycle to remove any residues from the manufacturing process.
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Add ½ cup of washing powder and select the
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programme.
The appliance was tested with water before being shipped. There may therefore still be traces of water left in the appliance.
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… Safety precautions
Correct use
The appliance is suitable for washing home textiles with water and regular washing machine detergent. The appliance is designed for use in the home and for the
above-mentioned purpose only. No liability is assumed for any damage caused
by improper or incorrect use.
䡲 Any repairs, modifications or manipulations to the appliance, especially any electrically live parts, should only be carried out by the manufacturer, its Customer Services or similarly qualified persons. Repairs if carried out incorrectly may cause
serious injury, damage to the appliance and fittings, as well as affect the functioning of the appliance. If the appliance is not working properly or in case of a repair
order, follow the instructions given in the 'Repair service' section. If necessary,
please contact Customer Services.
䡲 Use original spare parts only.
䡲 Retain these operating instructions for future reference. If you sell or pass the appliance on to a third party, please ensure these operating instructions accompany the
appliance, together with the instructions on installation. In this way, the new owner
can inform themselves about how to use the appliance correctly and read the pertinent safety precautions.
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Do not use the appliance to wash the following:
䡲 Textiles that have been cleaned, treated or soaked with flammable chemicals, detergents or solvents such as benzine, alcohol, stain remover, oil, paint, wax, etc.
(Fire or explosion hazard).
Wash materials containing such substances first by hand with water or allow the
solvent to evaporate completely.
䡲 Textiles with metal reinforcements (risk of damage).
䡲 Trainers, diving suits, rucksacks, large sleeping bags and duvets, carpets, etc.
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Children in the home
Packaging material (e.g. plastic, polystyrene) can be dangerous for children. Danger of suffocation! Keep packaging material away from children.
䡲 The appliance is designed for use by adults who are familiar with these operating
instructions. Children are often unable to recognise the danger of electrical appliances. Ensure proper supervision and do not allow children to play with the appliance – there is a danger that children could get locked inside.
䡲 Washing detergent can irritate the eyes, mouth and throat and even cause choking! Keep washing detergent out of the reach of children.
䡲 Use the childproof locking facility.
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Use
Do not use the pivoting operating panel to lift or move the
appliance.
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If the drain hose leads into a sink (wash trough), check that it is fastened securely.
Make sure that the water can drain off fast enough. Flooding hazard!
From time to time, check the drain hose for tears, kinks, twists, bends, etc.
Do not use the appliance if visibly damaged or if the inlet pipes are damaged.
Contact Customer Services.
If the appliance is not operating properly, disconnect it from the electricity supply
immediately.
Keep animals away from the appliance.
To protect your washing, follow the fabric care symbols and the hints and advice
in the 'Washing tips' section.
Do not use solvents (e.g. turpentine, benzine) instead of, or in addition to, water,
washing detergent or additives in your appliance. Fire or explosion hazard!
Only use water softener, dye/bleach or other additives expressly recommended
by the manufacturer for use in the appliance. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions
carefully.
Store washing detergents, washing additives and other additives in a cool, dry
place. Lumpy washing detergent can cause problems. Keep all washing detergents and additives out of the reach of children.
Before closing the appliance door and starting a programme, ensure that there are
no foreign objects or pets in the washing drum, detergent dispenser drawer or foreign body trap. Foreign objects such as coins, nails, paper clips, etc. can damage
parts of the appliance, as well as the washing.
After you have finished washing, always turn off the water tap before switching off
the electricity by turning off the wall switch or pulling out the mains plug. Never
pull the mains plug out by the cable.
… Safety precautions
Maintenance
Ensure the washing drum has stopped moving before reach
ing inside. Do not touch the drum while it is still in motion –
risk of serious injury!
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Disconnect the appliance from the mains before carrying out maintenance work.
Do not spray the outside of the appliance with water. Do not use a steam cleaner.
Do not sit, lean or rest on the appliance door.
Do not climb on to the appliance (danger of tipping).
Opening the water inlet and outlet while the appliance is in operation could pose
a scalding hazard.
Use original spare parts only.
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Your appliance
Appliance description
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Load capacity: 5 kg dry washing
7 main programmes
Additional programmes
«Easy care»
«Pre-wash»
«Anti-mite»
«Steam anti-crease»
«Programmes for lightly to very heavily soiled washing»
«Soaking»
«Soap washing»
«Bio washing»
Additional functions
«Delayed start»
«Temperature selection»
«Spin speed selection»
«Stop after rinsing»
«Deselect parts of programmes»
Sensors for optimizing the wash cycle
Plain text display for hints and trouble-shooting
Automatic door opener
Language selection
Childproof lock
Transport lock
Before using the appliance for the first time, the transport
lock must be removed (3 screws with red washers at the
back of the appliance).
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… Your appliance
Construction
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Operating and display elements
(pivoting operating panel)
The operating panel can be set in
one of three positions.
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Detergent dispenser drawer
Appliance door
Cover for foreign body trap
Foreign body trap
Emergency door release tool
Emergency door release
Identification plate
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The appliance door can be set to
open to the left or to the right. Our
Customer Services can make the necessary adjustments to the appliance.
Detergent dispenser drawer with
9 Pre-wash detergent compartment
10 Main wash detergent compartment
11 Liquid detergent flap
12 Fabric conditioner (softener) compartment
13 Quick operating instructions
䡲 Front: German / French
䡲 Back: English / Italian
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… Your appliance
Operating and display elements
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Programme selection buttons
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Whites 95 °C
Coloureds 60 °C
Sport 60 °C
Coloureds 40 °C
Sport 40 °C
Wool 30 °C
Hand wash 20 °C
with
with
with
with
with
with
with
indicator
indicator
indicator
indicator
indicator
indicator
indicator
light
light
light
light
light
light
light
with
with
with
with
indicator
indicator
indicator
indicator
light
light
light
light
Additional programmes / functions
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Easy care
Pre-wash
Anti-mite
Steam anti-crease
Delayed start
Temperature setting
Spin speed
Degree of soiling
Quick wash cycle / End of programme
Door opener
Plain text display
18 Display for:
䡲 Wash programmes and running times
䡲 Programme progress and time
remaining
䡲 Additional functions
19 Communications interface
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Delayed start
User settings
䡲 Hints and trouble-shooting
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… Your appliance
Indicator lights
Indicator lights flash:
Select programme(s) or function(s).
Indicator lights are lit up:
Programme(s) or function(s) is (are) active.
Indicator lights are not lit up:
Programme(s) or function(s) is (are) inactive.
Plain text display
Various information is displayed in the plain text display during programme selection
and programme sequence.
60˚C Coloureds
1h04
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Programme overview
To select the right wash programme, follow the fabric care symbols on the
labels of the wash items, e.g. 40 .
Main programmes
Programme/Symbol
Type of wash
Whites 95 °C
95
White cottons, linens e.g. bed and table linen, towels, white or colour-fast underwear.
Coloureds 60 °C
60
Coloured cottons e.g. bright blouses, overalls, shirts, bed linen.
Sport 60 °C
60
Lightly soiled everyday wear, mixed fabrics, sportswear.
Coloureds 40 °C
40
Coloured cottons (non-fast) e.g. heavily soiled sportswear, blue jeans.
Sport 40 °C
40
Wool 30 °C
Lightly soiled everyday wear, mixed fabrics, sportswear.
Gentle wash for woollens and other delicates. Only for woollens with a felt-free finish
and labelled as machine washable.
Hand wash 20 °C
For all wash items labelled with this fabric care symbol
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… Programme overview
The following consumption figures serve as a guide only. The figures can vary with,
for instance, towelling material, a lower ambient temperature, a very cold water feed
or a small wash load. During the programme sequence, the time remaining shown is
adjusted to reflect the actual situation. The display may not move for a few minutes.
Programme characteristics/Consumption data
Capacity
Spin speed¹
Duration²
Water
Energy
5 kg
1200 rpm
1 h 22 mins
52 l
1.8 kWh
5 kg
1200 rpm
1 h 04 mins
39 l
0.85 kWh
2.5 kg
1200 rpm
0 h 39 mins
37 l
0.7 kWh
5 kg
1200 rpm
0 h 57 mins
50 l
0.6 kWh
2.5 kg
1200 rpm
0 h 29 mins
37 l
0.4 kWh
2 kg
800 rpm
0 h 45 mins
52 l
0.2 kWh
1.5 kg
600 rpm
0 h 38 mins
45 l
0.1 kWh
¹ Factory setting
² For single-phase 230 V connections, the duration of the programme will be longer.
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… Programme overview
Programme/Symbol
Type of wash
Machine hygiene
Without washing. Steam sharply reduces the germ count.
Steam anti-crease
Dry, creased washing is partially uncreased and made damp, ready to iron.
Delicates 40 °C
40
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Programme for particularly delicate washing e.g. net curtains, skirts, blouses made of
perlon, nylon or trevira. Select
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Programme characteristics / Consumption data
Capacity
Spin speed¹
Duration²
Water
Energy
0 kg
No spinning
0 h 22 mins
6l
0.3 kWh
1.5 kg
No spinning
0 h 18 mins
1l
0.1 kWh
2 kg
800 rpm
0 h 58 mins
46 l
0.5 kWh
¹ Factory setting
² For single-phase 230 V connections, the duration of the programme will be longer.
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… Programme overview
Additional programmes
Easy care
With this button, the easy care programme is activated together with the relevant wash programme. Textiles are washed very gently. Agitation and spin
speed are reduced. The water level is increased during rinsing. In the case of
some programmes, the wash time may be shortened.
Programme selection Capacity
+
Spin speed
Duration
Water
Energy
800 rpm
– ca. 3 mins.
+ ca. 5 l
0 kWh
3 kg
Prewash
With this button, the pre-wash function is activated together with the relevant
wash programme.
With pre-wash, the programme duration and consumption data are increased
as given in the table below.
Programme selection
Spin speed
Duration
Water
Energy
+
Depends on the wash
programme selected
+ ca. 15 mins.
+ ca. 10 l
+ ca. 0.2 kWh
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… Programme overview
Antimite
Press this button to activate the anti-mite function during the whites 95 and
coloureds 60 wash cycles. This extends the main wash time – at the set
temperature – and intensifies rinsing.
This function is particularly suitable for individuals with an allergy to mites.
The mites are killed and the allergens are rinsed out thoroughly.
Programme selection
Duration
Water
Energy
60
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+ ca. 1 h 10 mins
+ ca. 60 l
+ ca. 0.4 kWh
95
+
+ ca. 0 h 50 mins
+ ca. 50 l
+ ca. 0.3 kWh
Machine hygiene
Press the
button without having previously selected a main wash programme to activate the «Machine hygiene» programme.
With this programme, a small amount of water is heated in the appliance to about
80 °C. Steam sharply reduces the germ count.
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Do not put any washing in the appliance.
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Close the appliance door.
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Press the
button.
– Machine hygiene
0h22
appears in the plain text display.
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… Programme overview
Steam anticrease
Select the steam anti-crease function together with the main programme to minimize creasing at the end of the programme.
Steam finishing occurs at the end of the wash programme. The washing is
loosened up and steamed at the same time. After steam finishing, the washing
is warm and should be immediately hung up to dry – for easy ironing – or tumble dried.
To avoid renewed creasing at the end of the programme, after steam finishing
the washing is loosened up for an extended period. The washing can be unloaded at any time by pressing the
button.
With steam anti-crease, the water consumption increases slightly and the programme takes somewhat longer. Use steam anti-crease for crease-sensitive
items such as shirts and blouses.
Programme selection Capacity
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2 kg
Spin speed
Duration
1000 rpm
+ ca. 18 mins.
Water
Energy
+ ca. 5 l + ca. 0.1 kWh
Steam anti-crease can also be selected as a separate programme.
Dry, creased washing is partially uncreased and made damp, ready for ironing.
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Load the washing (max. 1.5 kg).
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Close the appliance door.
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Press the
button.
– Steam anti-crease
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0h18 appears in the plain text display.
… Programme overview
Degree of soiling
Select degree of soiling to tailor the wash programme to the degree of soiling
of the washing. The setting selected is shown.
Setting options:
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Lightly soiled
– The wash programme selected is suitable for lightly soiled everyday wear.
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Medium soiled
– The wash time of the wash programme selected is extended.
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Heavily soiled
– The wash time of the wash programme selected is extended significantly. This
is recommended for work overalls, for instance.
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Very heavily soiled
– The water level of the wash programme selected is increased, the wash time is
extended, and an extra rinsing cycle is carried out.
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Soaking
– With this function, the washing is soaked (for between 30 minutes and 6 hours)
before the wash programme selected runs. The washing is soaked in the suds.
Ideally use for very heavily soiled washing.
The degree of soiling cannot be changed with the
programmes.
60
SPORT
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40
SPORT
and
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Selecting parts of a programme
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Select the main programme according to the fabric care labels.
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Press the
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To start from «Rinsing», press the
button1×.
– The «Main wash» part of the programme is omitted.
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To start from «Conditioning», press the
button 2×.
– The «Main wash» and «Rinsing» parts of the programme are omitted.
A
To start from «Spinning», press the
button 3×.
– The «Main wash», «Rinsing» and «Conditioning» parts of the programme are
omitted.
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button to select the part of the programme required.
… Programme overview
Additional functions
Function / Symbol
Delayed start
Temperature setting
Type of wash
Take advantage of cheap-rate electricity (delayed start period of between 1 and 24
hours). During shut-off periods, which are determined by the local electricity supplier,
the delayed start time is extended by the length of time the electricity was shut off.
This is not shown in the plain text display however.
The washing temperature can be changed in 10 °C or 15 °C steps, allowing slightly
soiled (not stained) textiles to be washed with a saving in energy.
Cold wash
If a temperature of below 20 °C is selected, Cold wash
appears in the plain text display.
Spinning
Quick wash /
End of programme
The spin speed can be changed in steps of 200 rpm (1200, 1000, 800, 600, 400
rpm, stop after rinsing, 1600, 1400 rpm). Delicates can thus be spun at a lower
rpm. The drying time, however, increases (greater energy consumption for tumble
drying).
Press the
button to deselect parts of a programme at any time during the
programme sequence.
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User settings
You can change certain appliance settings to suit your own preferences. Settings can
be changed irrespective of whether the appliance door is open or closed, provided
no wash programme is running. The procedure is generally the same for all settings.
Accessing the configuration mode
A
Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
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appears in the plain text display.
Configuration mode
A
Press the
A
Press the
button to change the configuration.
– Any changes are taken over automatically and must not be confirmed.
button repeatedly to see the various settings.
95
Exiting the configuration mode
A
Press the
button repeatedly until Configuration saved
plain text display.
If no button is pressed for 15 seconds, Configuration saved
text display.
Configuration saved
the configuration.
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appears in the plain
only appears when changes have been made to
… User settings
Rinsing
There are 5 different settings for rinsing intensity.
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More water 0
– Normal water level
More water 1
– An extra rinsing cycle is added to the wash programme.
More water 2
– After each rinsing cycle the water level rises 1–3 cm.
More water 3
– An extra rinsing cycle is added to the wash programme and after each rinsing
cycle the water level rises 1–3 cm.
Skin protection
– Two extra rinsing cycles are added to the wash programme and after each rinsing cycle the water level rises 5 cm. This function is particularly suitable for
people with sensitive skin or with a suspected allergy to washing detergent.
Changing the rinsing intensity
A
Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– Configuration mode
appears in the plain text display.
A
Press the
– Rinsing
button1×.
more water 0 appears in the plain text display (factory setting).
A
Press the
A
To exit, press the
button repeatedly until Configuration saved
in the plain text display.
95
button repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
appears
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… User settings
Childproof lock
The childproof lock is to prevent children accidentally starting or stopping a wash programme. When «Childproof lock ON» is activated, a programme can only be started
by pressing two buttons simultaneously.
Switching the childproof lock ON/OFF
A
Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– Configuration mode
appears in the plain text display.
A
Press the
button 2×.
– Childproof look
OFF appears in the display text display (factory setting).
A
Press the
button to change the setting.
– Childproof look
ON appears in the plain text display.
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To exit, press the
button repeatedly until Configuration saved
in the plain text display.
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Type of wash
Special programmes are available for washing with multi-component detergents. First,
the desired type of wash has to be selected and saved. Type of wash is set at
«Standard» at the factory.
The following options are available:
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Bio washing
Alkaline detergent and bleach
– With bio washing, first the alkaline detergent (from compartment II) is added
to the wash and the suds are heated up to 40 °C. Then after around 6 minutes
the bleach (from compartment I) is added.
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Soap washing
Softener and soap detergent
– If the soap washing option is selected, first the softener (from compartment I) is
added to the wash at the start of the programme and then the soap detergent
(from compartment II) is added.
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Standard
One wash component only.
This option is only available during programme selection if the desired type of
wash has already been configured.
A Select main programme.
A Press
button 2×.
– Soap washing
appears in the plain text display.
Changing type of wash
A
Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– Configuration mode
appears in the plain text display.
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Press the
button 3×.
– Type of wash
Standard appears in the plain text display (factory setting).
A
Press the
A
To exit, press
button repeatedly until Configuration saved
the plain text display.
95
button repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
appears in
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… User settings
Spinning
The spin speed is preset at 1200 rpm. The spin speed can be changed so that irrespective of which wash programme is selected the washing drum always spins at, for
instance, 1600 rpm or no faster than, for instance, 800 rpm.
A lower spin speed can be used with all wash programmes.
A higher spin speed can only be used with suitable programmes, e.g. whites.
Setting maximum spin speed
A
Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– Configuration mode
appears in the plain text display.
A
Press the
button 4×.
– Spinning at
1200
appears in the plain text display (factory setting).
A
Press the
A
To exit, press the
button repeatedly until Configuration saved
in the plain text display.
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95
button repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
appears
… User settings
Automatic door opener
With «Automatic door opener ON», the appliance door opens automatically when
the programme ends. With «Automatic door opener OFF», the appliance door remains closed when the programme ends and can be opened by pressing the
button.
Switching the door opener ON/OFF
A
Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– Configuration mode
appears in the plain text display.
A
Press the
button 5×.
– Autom. door opener
OFF appears in the plain text display (factory setting).
A
Press the
button to change the setting.
– Autom. door opener
ON appears in the plain text display.
A
To exit, press the
button repeatedly until Configuration saved
in the plain text display.
95
appears
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… User settings
Language selection
The language version in the plain text display can be changed. The languages available are: German, French, Italian, Rhaeto-Romanic and English.
Changing the language
A
Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– Configuration mode
appears in the plain text display.
A
Press the
button 6×.
– Text in English
appears in the plain text display.
A
Press the
A
To exit, press the
button repeatedly until Configuration saved
in the plain text display.
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95
button repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
appears
Washing
Setting up the appliance
A
A
Ensure that the foreign body trap 1 sits
properly.
Plug the appliance in at the mains or turn the
mains switch on.
A
Turn the water tap on.
A
Press the
1
1
0
button to open the appliance door.
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… Washing
Loading the appliance
A
Load dry washing (max. 5 kg) into the appliance.
䡲 If washing normally soiled whites and
coloureds, fill the washing drum.
䡲
If washing heavily soiled whites and coloureds,
fill the washing drum ¾ full.
䡲
If washing easy care cotton fabrics, white and
coloured synthetic fabrics as well as mixed
fabrics, fill the washing drum ½ full.
䡲
If washing delicates, woollens, silk,
polyacrylics or net curtains, fill the washing
drum ¼ full.
For wet loads, halve these load capacities.
To prevent unbalanced spinning, vibration noise and interrupted spinning
action, avoid loading the washing drum with any one single, heavy item.
A
Close the appliance door.
– Select programme
appears in
the plain text display.
– The programme selection indicator light
flashes.
– A programme can now be selected.
If no programme selection is made within 20 seconds, the display goes out. However, a programme
selection can still be made.
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… Washing
Adding washing detergent
A
Pull the detergent dispenser drawer out as far
as it will go.
Powder detergent
If using powder detergent, flap 1 in compartment
II must be open.
A
Lift flap 1 and push back.
Liquid detergent
If using liquid detergent, flap 1 in compartment II
must be closed.
A
Pull flap 1 to the front and fold down.
Do not fill with liquid detergent past the upper
mark.
Liquid detergent can only be used for the main
wash with programmes without a pre-wash. They
are suitable for wash temperatures of between
30 °C and 60 °C. With programmes with a
wash temperature of 95 °C, liquid detergents are
not as effective as they do not contain bleach.
1
M
A
X
Liquid detergents are best used with the «Sport», «Wool» and «Hand wash»
programmes and the easy care programmes.
Liquid detergent and a delayed start
With liquid detergent, a dosing aid (e.g. ball) placed directly in the drum should be
used if a delayed start has been selected. Make sure that the liquid detergent does
not spill onto the washing during the delayed start period.
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… Washing
Detergent dosage
Adding too much detergent could cause excess foaming, giv
ing a poor wash result and, in the worst case, causing dam
age to the appliance.
The amount of detergent required depends on the degree of soiling as well as the
wash load, the hardness of the water and the product being used. Dose the detergent
accordingly, following the detergent manufacturer’s instructions.
The hardness of the water is measured using the French degree of water hardness
(°fH). Water hardness is divided into three categories:
Soft
Medium
Hard
䡲
䡲
䡲
0 °fH to
15 °fH to
over
15 °fH
25 °fH
25 °fH (NB Use water softener to reduce amount of washing detergent required.)
The local water authorities can provide information on the level of water hardness in
your area.
Compartment
Pre-wash detergent
Add to compartment I
Main detergent
Add to compartment II
Fabric conditioner (softener)
Add to compartment III
III
Bio washing
Alkaline detergent
Add to compartment II
Bleach
Add to compartment I
Fabric conditioner (softener)
Add to compartment III
Soap washing
Water softener
Add to compartment I
Soap detergent
Add to compartment II
Fabric conditioner (softener)
Add to compartment III
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M
A
X
II
I
… Washing
Do not fill with fabric conditioner past the «MAX» mark. Do not use fabric conditioner if drying the washing in a tumble dryer.
Tumble drying automatically leaves the washing soft and fluffy to the touch.
A
Push the detergent dispenser draw back in.
A
Select wash programme.
Soap detergent
Select the «Soap washing» programme to wash with soap detergent.
Since soap binds with lime, soap detergent should only be used when the water is
soft or moderately hard (up to 25 °fH) and limescale protection is added. Soap scum
can otherwise form and build up in the laundry and the appliance. Further, limescale
build-up on the heating element and tub can make repairs necessary.
Starching, waterproofing and dyeing textiles
Textiles can be starched or waterproofed in the appliance. Add the starching or
waterproofing agent to compartment III. Select a wash programme according to the
fabric care labels. Skip to the «Conditioning» part of the programme.
Textiles can be dyed in the appliance using suitable dyeing agents. Please follow the
manufacturer’s safety instructions and warnings.
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… Washing
Programme selection
«Tip and go»
The main wash programmes can be started at the press of a button. The control system
gives all the relevant programme information for the different wash programmes.
Select any additional programmes and functions by pressing the relevant buttons.
If no other buttons are pressed within the next 20 seconds, the wash programme selected starts automatically.
If Childproof look
appears in the plain text display after pressing the
button, then the childproof lock is activated.
Use 'Programme overview' to determine which programme is the most suitable
for your washing.
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… Washing
Selecting main programme
A
Close the appliance door.
– The indicator lights for the programme selection buttons flash.
Select programme
A
Press the programme selection button required.
– The indicator light for the programme selected illuminates.
– The wash temperature, the wash programme selected and its likely duration (in
hours/minutes) appear in the plain text display.
– The indicator lights for additional programmes that may be selected flash for
20 seconds.
During these 20 seconds it is possible to select a different wash programme.
In which case, all additional programmes selected are cancelled and must be
reselected.
– If no other buttons are pressed within the next 20 seconds, the wash programme selected starts automatically.
Selecting easy care / prewash / antimite / steam anticrease
A
When the indicator lights flash, press the
button required.
– The new programme duration appears in the plain text display.
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… Washing
Setting a delayed start
A
Select programme.
A
Hold the
24 hours).
button depressed to set the delayed start time required (max.
Start in 2 hours
– Washing can be added at any time during the delayed start period.
– When the delayed start period is up, the wash programme selected starts automatically. The display shows the wash programme and programme duration
again.
During the delayed start period, the time remaining to the delayed start can
be reduced (in hourly intervals) to null by repeatedly pressing the
button.
Lowering the wash temperature
60˚C Coloureds
A
1h04
Immediately after selecting a programme, press the
button once or more.
– The new wash temperature is shown.
– It is still possible to change the wash temperature of a wash programme once
it has started running.
With the
and
programmes, the wash temperature can also be increased by another 10 °C.
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… Washing
Selecting spin speed or stop after rinsing
60˚C Coloureds
A
1h04
After selecting a programme, press the
button once or more.
– The new spin speed, e.g. Spinning at
800
or Stop after rinsing
is shown.
– It is possible to change the current setting while a wash programme is running.
The recommended and maximum spin speeds depend on the wash programme selected. With «Stop after rinsing», the washing remains lying in the
water after the final rinse. There is no spinning nor intermediate spinning.
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… Washing
Selecting degree of soiling
60˚C Coloureds
1h04
Immediately after selecting the programme, press the
the appropriate degree of soiling is displayed.
/ medium soiled
/
lightly soiled
A
/ very heavily soiled
heavily soiled
button repeatedly until
/
2h00 .
Soaking
– The duration of the wash programme is shown.
With the
changed.
60
SPORT
,
40
SPORT
and
programmes, the degree of soiling cannot be
Setting the soaking time
If «Soaking» was selected for the degree of soiling, the
button is used not for a
delayed start but for setting the soaking time.
Press the
button repeatedly until the soaking time desired appears.
The soaking time can be set at intervals of 30 minutes, starting initially at 2 hours and
going down to 30 minutes and then at 6 hours and going down to 30 minutes.
The soaking and delayed start functions cannot be used at the same time. If
the water used for soaking is not to be used for the main wash, select the wash
programme desired together with the
additional programme.
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… Washing
Activating soap/bio washing
To wash with a multi-component detergent, this type of wash option must be selected
and saved first. These functions may then be selected together with the relevant main
programmes.
Since pre-wash, soap washing and bio washing are mutually exclusive, all three functions are selected using the
button.
– Press 1× to activate the pre-wash function.
– Press 2× to add type of wash.
A
Select main programme.
A
Press the
button 2×.
– The plain text display changes from
60˚C Coloureds
1h04 to
Soap washing
for soap washing or
Bio washing
for bio washing.
Soap/bio washing can only be selected if it has been previously configured.
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… Washing
Deselecting / Selecting parts of a programme
A
Press the
button repeatedly until the desired part of the programme appears
in the plain text display.
– The time remaining to the end of the programme is also shown.
The following parts of programmes are available:
– from main wash to rinsing
– from rinsing to conditioning
– from conditioning to spinning
– from spinning to draining.
Once a wash programme has started, it is not possible to skip the «Draining»
part of the programme. It is necessary to wait until this part of the programme
has completely finished.
The built-in programme memory ensures the wash programme running is resumed after a power failure.
Changing selection
During programme selection
A
Press the programme selection button again.
– All settings are cancelled. Make a new programme selection.
Once a programme has started, it is no longer possible to change it. The
programme must be aborted.
Aborting a programme
A
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Press the
button repeatedly until Draining
0h01 appears.
… Washing
Programme selection with childproof lock activated
A
Close the appliance door.
– When the childproof lock is activated, Childproof look
the plain text display.
– The indicator lights for the programme selection buttons flash.
A
Hold the
A
At the same time, press the desired programme selection button, e.g.
appears in
button depressed.
60
.
Childproof look
The childproof lock has been overridden. The appliance can now be operated without regard to the childproof lock until the programme starts.
Aborting a programme
A
Hold the
button depressed, then press the active programme selection button
(indicator light flashes).
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… Washing
End of programme
Loosening up the washing
The washing is loosened up before the end of the programme. This takes about 1–2
minutes. If steam anti-crease has been selected, this phase takes around 60 minutes
longer so as to prevent further creasing.
The washing can be unloaded at any time during the loosening-up phase by
pressing the
button.
With automatic door opener OFF
After the programme has finished,
display for 20 minutes.
A
A End of programme
appears in the plain text
Press the
button.
– The appliance door opens and the washing can be unloaded.
In the event of a power failure, the appliance door can be opened using the
emergency door release.
With automatic door opener ON
The appliance door opens automatically at the end of the programme.
䡲 The washing can be unloaded.
䡲
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… Washing
Stop after rinsing and unloading
After running a programme with stop after rinsing, the water must first be drained off.
Draining with spinning
A
Press the
button 1×.
– The washing is spun at the preset speed for the wash programme selected.
Draining without spinning
A
Press the
button 2×.
When you have finished washing for
the day
A
Turn off the water tap.
A
Switch off the appliance at the wall switch or
pull the plug out of the mains socket.
1
0
A
Clean the detergent dispenser drawer.
0
Checking the door seal
A
After finishing washing for the day, remove any
deposits or foreign bodies from out of the door
seal.
A
Push the appliance door to, but do not close.
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Care and maintenance
Cleaning the appliance
Using the correct dosage of detergent will automatically clean the inside of the appliance. Immediately wipe away all traces of detergent from the chrome steel with a soft
cloth to avoid staining.
Cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer
If the correct dosage of detergent is used, the compartments in the detergent dispenser
drawer are cleaned by the water flowing in.
Wash out the detergent compartments if particularly
dirty. The detergent dispenser drawer 1 can be pulled
completely out for this purpose.
A
M
A
X
Pull the detergent dispenser drawer 1 out as far as
it will go, then lift slightly and remove.
1
The suction cap 2 in compartment III (for fabric conditioner) can be removed for cleaning.
2
M
A
X
A
Pull the suction cap 2 in the direction of the arrow.
Cleaning the water inlet filter
To avoid blockages, periodically check and, if necessary, clean the mesh filter 3 in the water inlet.
Test the water inlet for leaks following maintenance work.
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3
… Care and maintenance
Emergency draining
The water in the appliance may be hot – scalding hazard!
Allow to cool before emergency draining.
In the event of a blocked water outlet or drain pump, a malfunction or a power failure,
if there is water still in the appliance it must be drained off as follows.
A
A
A
Press in the direction of the arrow to open the
cover 1.
– The cover opens slightly.
1
Pull the cover 1 right down.
– The cover also functions as a receptacle for the
water to be drained off.
1
Release the foreign body trap 2 slightly by slowly
turning it anti-clockwise. Steadily drain off the
water.
2
A
From time to time the cover may have to be emptied. In which case, close the foreign body trap by
turning it clockwise and remove the cover from the
front.
A
Empty the cover and then put it back in position again (push it straight in until it
clicks into position).
When draining off the water, the cover may be removed and a larger receptacle used in its place. The appliance can hold up to 30 litres of water.
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… Care and maintenance
Cleaning the foreign body trap
Regularly clean the foreign body trap 1 of any deposits.
A
Drain off any residual water (see section on
emergency draining).
A
Turn foreign body trap 1 anti-clockwise and
remove. Clean thoroughly.
A
Remove any foreign objects (e.g. buttons,
coins, etc).
A
With the emergency door release tool, check
that the suds pump’s impeller 2 can turn. If the
impeller 2 does not turn, please contact Customer Services.
1
2
The impeller 2 may turn stiffly. This is construction related and does not indicate the presence of any foreign object or defect.
A
Replace the foreign body trap 1, turning until tight.
There should always be some water in the appliance. Otherwise, in the first
wash cycle after cleaning or emergency draining some of the suds (i.e. water
and detergent) will be drained off.
A
Empty half a litre of water into the washing drum.
A
Replace the cover and close it to.
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Troubleshooting
What to do if …
…
A2 Check water outlet
appears in the plain text display
Possible cause
Solution
Foreign body trap or suds
pump blocked.
䡲 Drain hose bent or kinked.
䡲 Outlet or drain trap
blocked.
A
䡲
…
A3 Device is tilted
Fix the problem.
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
A Restart the programme.
A If the error message appears again, note down
the error number, turn off the water and then
switch off the power supply.
A Call Customer Services.
A
/ Please set upright!
appears in the
plain text display
Possible cause
䡲
Solution
For steam anti-crease, the
A Optimize appliance set-up according to
appliance must be standing
installation instructions.
level.
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… Trouble-shooting
…
A9 Check water inlet
Possible cause
appears in the plain text display
Solution
Water tap is turned off.
A Fix the problem or wait until the water supply is
restored.
䡲 Mesh filter in the water
connection is blocked.
A Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
䡲 Interruption in water supply.
䡲 Water pressure is too low. A Restart the programme.
A If the error message appears again, note down
the error number, turn off the water and then
switch off the power supply.
A Call Customer Services.
䡲
… F6 read instructions
Possible cause
䡲
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There is a leak in the
appliance.
appears in the plain text display
Solution
Turn off the water tap.
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
A Do not interrupt the power supply to the appliance for the next 10 minutes so that the drain
pump can continue to run.
A Call Customer Services.
A
A
… Trouble-shooting
…
F.. read instructions
Possible cause
䡲
Various situations can lead
to an «F» error message.
appears in the plain text display
Solution
A
A
A
A
A
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
Switch the power supply off for about
1 minute.
Switch the power supply back on again and
select a new wash programme.
If the error message appears again, note down
the error number, turn off the water and then turn
off the power supply.
Call Customer Services.
If there is still washing in the appliance:
A Carry out emergency draining.
A Use the emergency door release.
A Unload the appliance.
A Call Customer Services.
…
Formation of foam:
/ programme extended
appears in the
plain text display
Possible cause
䡲
Solution
If there is very heavy
A Reduce the amount of detergent used next time.
foaming during the wash
A Adjust the amount of detergent used to the water
cycle, the wash programme
hardness.
is automatically extended
by an additional rinsing
cycle. This improves the
wash results, but also increases the duration of the
wash programme.
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… Trouble-shooting
…
Spin stop:
A End of programme
Possible cause
䡲
/ balance load
/
appears in the plain text display
Solution
Large items unevenly distrib- A Wash small and large items together to reduce
uted in washing drum.
possibility of unbalanced loads forming during
wash cycle.
… the programme takes significantly longer than indicated in the
display
Possible cause
Solution
Too much washing detergent (lengthening rinsing
time).
䡲 Very cold water supply (increasing heating time).
䡲 Uneven load in drum.
A
䡲
Reduce the amount of detergent used next time.
Wash small and large items together to reduce
possibility of unbalanced loads forming during
wash cycle.
䡲 Scaled-up heating elements. A Use descaler.
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A
… Trouble-shooting
… at the end of the programme, the washing is not spinning or is
not being spun properly
Possible cause
Solution
Spin speed set too low.
䡲 Uneven load in drum.
A
䡲
䡲
Steam anti-crease was
selected and appliance
was not standing level.
Increase spin speed for next wash cycle.
A Wash small and large items together to reduce
possibility of unbalanced loads forming during
wash cycle.
A Optimize appliance set-up according to
installation instructions.
… the appliance vibrates heavily when spinning
Possible cause
Solution
Feet of appliance not adjust- A Optimize appliance set-up according to installaed properly.
tion instructions
䡲 Transport lock has not been A Remove transport lock.
removed.
䡲 Uneven load in drum.
A Wash small and large items together to reduce
possibility of unbalanced loads forming during
wash cycle.
䡲
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… Trouble-shooting
… at the end of the programme, the appliance door does not open
when the
button is pressed
Possible cause
䡲
Appliance door is stuck.
䡲
Interruption in power
supply.
Solution
Press hard against lock side of appliance door
(i.e. front edge of appliance door).
– Various characters appear in the plain text
display.
A Press the
button.
A Use emergency door release.
A
… traces of washing detergent left behind in the detergent
dispenser drawer
Possible cause
Solution
Damp or lumpy washing
detergent.
䡲 Detergent dispenser drawer
is damp and delayed start
was selected.
䡲 Water flow pressure is too
low.
䡲 Water inflow scaled up.
A
Store washing detergent in a dry place.
A
Dry detergent dispenser drawer before adding
detergent.
A
Open water tap fully.
䡲
䡲
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Flap for liquid detergent is
down.
Check water supply and, if necessary, clean
mesh filter.
A Clean nozzles above detergent dispenser
drawer.
A Lift flap up.
A
… Trouble-shooting
… traces of fabric conditioner or water left behind in the fabric
conditioner compartment
Possible cause
䡲
Solution
Siphon cap in fabric condi- A Clean siphon cap and put back in place.
tioner compartment is not on
properly or is blocked.
Opening the appliance door in the event of a power
failure
Before unloading the appliance, ensure that the washing
drum is stationary. Do not touch the drum while it is still in
motion – risk of serious injury!
A
Turn off the water tap.
A
Switch off appliance at wall switch or pull
plug out of mains socket.
A
Open cover for foreign body trap 1.
A
If necessary, execute emergency draining.
A
Remove emergency door release tool 2
from fastening.
A
Insert emergency door release tool into
opening 3.
A
Turn emergency door release tool to the
right in direction of arrow.
A
Appliance door springs open.
3
2
1
If the emergency door release tool is missing, a screw driver can be used
instead.
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Washing tips
Fabric care symbols
To wash items correctly, please follow the fabric care symbols on the labels of the
wash items.
General tips
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
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Wash white and coloured textiles separately.
Empty pockets and turn inside out. Remove any foreign bodies (coins, nails, paper
clips, etc.).
Empty and brush out pockets of work overalls worn in the metal industry (metal
shavings can damage the washing and cause rust stains).
Button up duvet and pillow cases; close zips and hook and eye fasteners; fasten
cloth belts and apron ties.
Wash smaller items (e.g. nylon tights, belts) and items with zips and hooks in a
washing net or pillow case.
Remove stains before washing using suitable stain removers.
Pre-treat heavily soiled areas (collars, cuffs, etc.) with soap, special detergent or
paste.
For heavily soiled washing, select the additional «Pre-wash»
programme or,
alternatively, change the «Degree of soiling» to «heavily soiled» or «very heavily
soiled».
Wash wool and any other textiles with the
fabric care label using the «Hand
wash»
programme and detergent suitable for woollens and delicates.
… Washing tips
Curtains
If washing curtains made from mixed or man-made fibres:
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
Ask the retailer whether the curtains are machine washable and, if so, at what water temperature.
Fill the washing drum only a quarter full.
Tie up metal rollers and plastic sliders using an open weave fabric.
Use a mild detergent (use sparingly due to foaming).
With older, faded curtains, the material is weaker and may be easily damaged if
machine washed.
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… Washing tips
Unsatisfactory wash results
White residue on washing
Possible cause
䡲
Solution
Despite thorough rinsing,
A Shake out or brush the wash items.
badly soluble compounds A Rewash items again with just a little
(zeolites) in the detergent
detergent.
can be left on the washing. A Use a liquid detergent that does not contain
zeolites.
Grey residue on washing
Possible cause
Solution
Grease and dirt particles
have not been removed
from fabric effectively.
䡲 Residue from detergent,
limescale and dirt.
䡲 Overloaded washing drum.
A
䡲
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A
Use more detergent next time.
Use heavy-duty washing detergent.
Adjust amount of detergent to water hardness
and degree of soiling of washing.
A Put fewer items in the washing drum.
A
… Washing tips
Unsatisfactory wash result using detergent for coloureds
Possible cause
Solution
Exceptionally heavily soiled A Select stronger wash programme, e.g. degree
washing.
of soiling «heavily soiled» or «very heavily
soiled».
䡲 Washing detergent used
A Use washing detergent containing bleaching
(detergents for coloureds)
agent.
contains no bleach. Fruit,
coffee or tea stains are not
coming out.
䡲
Unsatisfactory wash result using liquid detergent
Possible cause
䡲
Solution
Liquid detergent does not
A Use washing detergent containing bleach.
contain bleach. Fruit, coffee
and tea stains cannot be
removed.
Soap deposits on washing
Possible cause
䡲
Water too hard.
Solution
A
Only use soap detergent if water hardness does
not exceed 25 °fH.
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… Washing tips
Colours running in the wash
Possible cause
䡲
Non-fast colours in the
wash.
Solution
Wash white and coloured textiles separately.
A Follow the fabric care instructions on the items
of washing.
A
Unsatisfactory rinsing
Possible cause
Solution
Too much washing
detergent.
䡲 Very «soft» water
(below 15 °fH).
A
䡲
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Adjust washing detergent dosage to water
hardness and degree of soiling.
A Increase rinsing intensity.
… Washing tips
Damage to fabrics
Holes, rips or tears
Possible cause
Solution
Washing items with zips or A Fasten zip fasteners and hooks before washing.
hooks (e.g. bras) open.
A Wash delicates in a laundry bag or pillow
case.
A Turn pockets of items to be washed inside out.
䡲 Chemical effect of washing A Do not put washing detergent directly on to
detergent.
fabrics.
䡲 Fabric quality, wear and
tear, weathering of fibres.
䡲 Washing drum damaged
A Inspect washing drum for foreign objects and
by foreign objects (e.g.
for damage.
nails, paper clips, bra
hooks).
䡲
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… Washing tips
Fabric wear
Possible cause
Solution
Washing drum overloaded. A Put less laundry into the washing drum.
䡲 Friction between fabrics dur- A Select «Easy care».
ing washing.
䡲 Pilling.
A Turn items inside out before washing.
䡲
Fabric stains
Possible cause
䡲
䡲
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Rust stains.
Chemical effect.
Solution
Brush out work overall pockets.
Residues from hair care products, cosmetics and
plants can react with the suds to cause a chemical reaction that can result in staining.
A Wash items with metal parts separately.
A
A
Technical data
Dimensions
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
Dry load capacity:
85 cm
59.5 cm
60 cm
82 kg
5 kg dry washing
Plumbing
Connection to water supply:
Permitted flow pressure:
Max. pressure head of suds pump:
Cold water G¾“
0.1–0.6 MPa (1–6 bar)
1m
Electrical connection
Voltage:
Rated load:
Fuse:
or
Voltage:
Rated load:
Fuse:
or
Voltage:
Rated load:
Fuse:
230 V~ 50 Hz
Heater 2000 W
Connected wattage 2300 W
10 A
230 V~ 50 Hz
Heater 3200 W
Connected wattage 3500 W
16 A
400 V 2N~ 50 Hz
Heater 3200 W
Connected wattage 3500 W
10 A
Spinning speeds
400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200, 1400, 1600 rpm
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… Technical data
Spare parts
Please give model number and exact description when ordering parts.
Water inlet filter incl. seal
Water inlet hose 1.25 m
Water inlet hose 3 m
Water outlet hose 1.5 m
Water outlet hose 4 m
Suction cap for fabric conditioner
Detergent dispenser drawer
Emergency door release tool
Foreign body trap
Cover for foreign body trap
Liquid detergent flap
Quick operating instructions
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… Technical data
Note for testing institutes
Set to the standard wash programme according to EN 60456:
A
Select «Coloureds 60 °C» using the
A
For degree of soiling, select «heavily soiled» by repeatedly pressing the
button.
A
Increase the spin speed to 1600 rpm by repeatedly pressing the
60
button.
button.
Set to the easy care wash programme 40 °C:
A
Select «Coloureds 60 °C» using the
A
Lower the temperature to 40 °C by repeatedly pressing the
A
For degree of soiling, select «heavily soiled» by repeatedly pressing the
button.
A
Press the
60
button.
button.
button.
Unbalanced load detection system
When spinning, if the control system recognises that the load is out of balance, it will
interrupt the spinning action once or more. This helps distribute the load more evenly
inside the washing drum. If this is not successful, the spin speed is reduced. The washing is spun less intensively and is therefore wetter to the touch.
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… Technical data
Water and energy economy
During the first few minutes of a programme running, sensors automatically determine
the type and the size of the load being washed.
Water levels are then optimally adjusted to the wash load so that only the strict amount
of water needed is used.
Turbidity sensor
In addition to the water and energy economy feature, the amount of water needed is
optimized by a turbidity sensor.
With the help of the turbidity sensor, the control system detects the degree of dirtiness
of the soapy water at any time in the cycle and from this determines the amount of
water needed for the rest of the cycle.
For example, if only a low degree of dirtiness is detected during the first rinsing cycle,
then the amount of water used for rinsing during the second rinsing cycle is reduced.
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Disposal
Packaging
䡲
All packaging materials (cardboard, plastic film (PE) and polystyrene (EPS)) are
marked accordingly and should, if possible, be collected for recycling and disposed of in an environmentally friendly way.
Disconnection
䡲
Disconnect the appliance from the mains. With a fixed appliance, this is to be carried out by a qualified electrician!
Safety
To prevent accidents caused by improper use, especially through children playing,
disable the appliance.
䡲 Pull the plug out of the mains socket or have the appliance disconnected from the
mains by a qualified electrician. Then cut the mains cable.
䡲 Remove or disable the lock on the appliance door.
䡲
Disposal
䡲
The old appliance should not be discarded as worthless rubbish. If disposed of
correctly, the raw materials can be recovered for recycling.
The
symbol on the identification plate warns that the appliance may not be
disposed of in normal household waste.
䡲 The appliance must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations on waste
disposal.
For more information on the handling, disposal and recycling of this product,
please contact the local authorities, the local recycling facilities for household
waste or the retailer from whom you purchased this appliance.
䡲
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Index
A
Accessing the configuration mode
Accessories
Ordering.............................
Additional functions ............. 12,
Additional programmes ........ 12,
Allergies ..................................
Anti-mite ..................................
Selecting.............................
Appliance
Setting up............................
Vibrating .............................
Appliance construction ...............
Appliance description ................
Appliance door
Checking the door seal..........
Not opening........................
Opening in event of power
failure.................................
Automatic door opener......... 29,
24
71
23
18
19
19
37
31
53
11
10
45
54
55
44
B
Bio washing
Activating............................ 41
Configuring ......................... 27
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C
Care.......................................
Changing selection....................
Childproof lock ................... 26,
Cleaning
Appliance ...........................
Detergent dispenser drawer ....
Foreign body trap .................
Water inlet filter....................
Cold wash ...............................
Colour run................................
Coloureds 60 °C and 40 °C ......
Configuration mode ...................
Consumption data ............... 15,
Curtains...................................
D
Damage to fabrics.....................
Degree of soiling.......................
Selecting .............................
Delayed start ................ 23, 33,
Delicates 40 °C ........................
Detergent dispenser drawer.........
Traces of fabric conditioner.....
Traces of washing detergent ...
Detergent dosage......................
Disconnection ...........................
Display
A2 Check water outlet ...........
A3 Device is tilted.................
A9 Check water inlet.............
Balance load .......................
F.. read instructions ...............
Formation of foam.................
Programme extended.............
Spin stop.............................
Display element.........................
Disposal ..................................
Dyeing ....................................
46
42
43
46
46
48
46
23
60
14
24
17
57
61
21
40
38
16
34
55
54
34
67
49
49
50
52
51
51
51
52
12
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… Index
E
Easy care.................................
Selecting .............................
Electrical ..................................
Emergency door release tool........
Emergency draining ...................
End of programmme...................
Energy consumption ............. 15,
Energy economy........................
F
Fabric care symbols ...................
Fabric stains .............................
Fabric wear..............................
Finished washing for the day .......
Foreign body trap ................ 47,
18
37
63
11
47
23
17
66
56
62
62
45
48
H
Hand wash 20 °C..................... 14
I
Identification plate ..................... 71
Indicator lights........................... 13
L
Language selection ....................
Liquid detergent.........................
Load capacity ............... 10, 15,
Loading the appliance ................
Loosening up the washing ...........
30
33
17
32
44
M
Machine hygiene ................ 16,
Main programmes .....................
Selecting .............................
Maintenance ............................
Malfunction ..............................
More water ..............................
Multi-component detergents .........
19
14
37
46
71
25
41
N
Note for testing institutes.............. 65
O
Operating element ..................... 12
Orders..................................... 71
Overview of wash progammes ..... 14
P
Packaging ................................
Parts of programme
Deselecting ..........................
Selecting .............................
Plain text display........................
Powder detergent ......................
Power failure.............................
Pre-wash ..................................
Selecting .............................
Programme
Aborting ..............................
Duration ........................ 15,
End of.................................
Taking significantly longer .......
Programme overview ..................
Programme selection buttons ........
42
17
44
52
14
12
Q
Queries....................................
Quick instructions .......................
Quick operating instructions .........
Quick wash ..............................
71
72
11
23
67
42
42
12
33
55
18
37
R
Repair service ........................... 71
Rinsing............................... 22, 25
Unsatisfactory ....................... 60
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… Index
S
Safety ..................................... 67
Safety precautions
Before using for the first time ..... 5
Children in the home ............... 7
Correct use............................ 6
Maintenance ......................... 9
Use...................................... 8
Service agreements ................... 71
Service centre........................... 71
Skin protection.......................... 25
Soaking time
Setting ................................ 40
Soap detergent......................... 35
Soap washing
Activating............................ 41
Configuring ......................... 27
Spare parts .............................. 64
Ordering............................. 71
Spin speed .................. 15, 17, 63
Selecting............................. 39
Spinning...................... 22, 23, 28
Vibrating ............................. 53
Sport 60 °C and 40 °C ............. 14
Starching ................................. 35
Start from ...
Selecting............................. 22
Steam anti-crease ...................... 16
Selecting............................. 37
Stop after rinsing
Selecting............................. 39
Unloading ........................... 45
Symbols .................................... 2
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T
Technical data ..........................
Temperature
Setting .......................... 23,
Transport lock ...........................
Turbidity sensor .........................
Type of wash................ 14, 16,
63
38
10
66
27
U
Unbalanced load detection system 65
Unloading the appliance ............ 45
Using for the first time ................... 5
W
Wash result
Detergent for coloureds ..........
Grey residue on washing .......
Liquid detergent ....................
Soap deposits on washing .....
White residue on washing......
Wash temperature
Lowering .............................
Washing .................................
Not spinning properly............
Washing tips............................
Water consumption ............. 15,
Water economy ........................
Water hardness ........................
Water inlet filter ........................
Waterproofing..........................
Whites 95 °C ..........................
Wool 30 °C ............................
59
58
59
59
58
38
31
53
56
17
66
34
46
35
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Repair service
The 'Troubleshooting' section will help you to carry out small
repairs yourself, saving you the time and trouble of calling
out a service engineer and the cost that goes along with it.
Whether you contact us for repairs or orders, please always state the serial number
(FN) and the name of the appliance. Enter these details below and also on the service
sticker which comes with the appliance. Stick it in a conspicuous place or in your address book.
FN
Appliance
You will also find the same details on the certificate of guarantee, the original sales
invoice and the identification plate of the appliance.
A Open the cover for the foreign body trap wide.
– The identification plate is located on the right-hand side next to the foreign body
trap.
If the appliance is not working properly, contact your nearest V-ZUG LTD service centre
using freephone 0800 850 850 and stand in close proximity to the appliance.
Queries, orders, service agreements
For administrative or technical queries or problems, as well as for ordering spare parts
and accessories, please contact our head office in Zug on tel. 041 767 67 67.
As regards the maintenance of all our products, when the warranty expires you have
the option of taking out a service agreement. We will be happy to send you the necessary forms.
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Quick instructions
Please first read the safety precautions in these operating
instructions!
A
Switch on the appliance and turn on the water tap
A
Open the appliance door. If closed, press the
A
Load the washing
A
Close the appliance door
A
Pull the detergent dispenser drawer out
A
Add the washing detergent
A
Push the detergent dispenser drawer back in
A
Select wash programme
A
If required, select additional programmes/functions
A
The appliance starts automatically after about 20 seconds
A
When the wash programme has finished, press the
washing
A
When you have finished washing for the day:
Clean the detergent dispenser drawer
Push the appliance door to, but do not close
A
Turn off the water tap and switch off the appliance
VZUG LTD
Industriestrasse 66, 6301 Zug
Tel. 041 767 67 67, Fax 041 767 61 61
vzug@vzug.ch, www.vzug.ch
Service Centre: Tel. 0800 850 850
button to open it
button and unload the
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