Washing Machine Instruction Manual

Washing Machine Instruction Manual
DWDMV10B1 - DWDMV12B1
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DAEWOO UK Customer Helpline Number : 03330 144477
For more information, Visit DAEWOO ELECTRONICS
Website www.daewooelectronics.co.uk
CONTENTS
Page
1.SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS...........................................................................................................................................1
BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE ......................................................................................................................2
2.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................................................7
OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE ..........................................................................................................................18
3.INSTALLATION.
...........................................................................................................................................................8
INSTALLATION
OF THE MACHINE....................................................................................................................23
4.CONTROL
PANEL OVERVIEW.
................................................................................................................................10
INTRODUCTION
OF CONTROL
PANEL ...........................................................................................................32
PRELIMINARY
PREPARATION
LAUNDERING .......................................................................................38
5.USING
YOUR WASHING
MACHINE.FOR
........................................................................................................................12
PROGRAM TABLE ...............................................................................................................................................57
6.PROGRAMME TABLE...............................................................................................................................................17
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE ..................................................................................66
7.CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE............................................................................................................................18
FLUSH STOPPER / BODY / DRUM ....................................................................................................................71
8.FLUSH STOPPER / BODY / DRUM..........................................................................................................................20
TROUBLE SHOOTING.........................................................................................................................................72
9.TROUBLESHOOTING...............................................................................................................................................21
AUTOMATIC FAULT WARNINGS AND WHAT TO BE DONE .........................................................................77
PRACTICAL
INFORMATION
...............................................................................................................................78
10.AUTOMATIC
FAULT
WARNINGS
AND WHAT TO DO ..........................................................................................22
DESCRIBING
ENERGY
LABEL
AND
SAVING
ENERGY
.................................................................................82
11.DESCRIBING
THE
ENERGY
LABEL
AND
SAVING
ENERGY..............................................................................23
DISPOSAL OF YOUR OLD MACHINE ...............................................................................................................84
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Thank you for choosing this product.
This User Manual contains important safety information and instructions on the operation
and maintenance of your appliance.
Please take the time to read this User Manual before using your appliance and keep this
book for future reference.
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WARNING
Risk of serious injury or death
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
Dangerous voltage risk
FIRE
Fire risk
CAUTION
Injury or property damage risk
IMPORTANT / NOTE
Information on operating the system correctly
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1.SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read this user manual carefully.
Your machine is for domestic use only.
Using it for commercial purposes will cause
your warranty to be cancelled.
1.1. General Safety Warnings
• The necessary ambient temperature for operation of
your Washing Machine is 15-25 °C.
• Where the temperature is below 0 °C, hoses may
split or the electronic card may not operate correctly.
• Please ensure that garments loaded into your
Washing Machine are free from foreign objects such
as nails, needles, lighters and coins.
• It is recommended that for your first wash,
you select the 90˚ Cotton programme without
laundry and half fill the compartment II of the
detergent drawer with a suitable detergent.
• Residue may build up on detergent and softeners
exposed to air for a long period of time. Only put
softener or detergent in the drawer at the beginning
of each wash.
• Unplug your Washing Machine and switch off the
water supply if the Washing Machine is left unused
for a long time. We also recommend that you leave
the door open to prevent build up of humidity inside
the Washing Machine.
• Some water may be left in your Washing Machine
as a result of quality checks during production.
This will not affect the operation of your Washing
Machine.
• The packaging of the machine could be hazardous
to children. Do not allow children to play with the
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packaging or small parts from the Washing Machine.
• Keep the packaging materials in a place where
children cannot reach them, or dispose of them
appropriately.
• Use pre-wash programs only for very dirty laundry.
Never open the detergent drawer while the machine
is running.
• In the event of a breakdown, unplug the machine
from the mains supply and turn the water supply
off. Do not attempt to carry out any repairs. Always
contact an authorised service agent.
• Do not exceed the maximum load for the washing
programme you have chosen.
Never force the door open when your Washing
Machine is running.
• Washing laundry containing flour may damage your
machine.
• Please follow the manufacturers’ instructions
regarding the use of fabric conditioner or any similar
products that you intend to use in your Washing
Machine.
• Make sure that the door of your Washing Machine is
not restricted and can be opened fully.
• Install your machine in a location that can be
fully ventilated and preferably has constant air
circulation.
Read these warnings. Follow the advice given
to protect yourself and others from risks and fatal
injuries.
RISK OF BURNS
Do not touch the drain hose or any discharged
water while your Washing Machine is running. The
high temperatures involved pose a burn risk.
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RISK OF DEATH FROM ELECTRICAL
CURRENT
• Do not connect your Washing Machine to the mains
electricity supply using an extension lead.
• Do not insert a damaged plug into a socket.
• Never remove the plug from the socket by
pulling the cord. Always hold the plug.
• Never touch the power cord/plug with wet
hands as this could cause a short circuit or
electric shock.
• Do not touch your Washing Machine if your
hands or feet are wet.
• A damaged power cord/plug can cause fire or
give you an electric shock. When damaged it
must be replaced, this should only be done by
qualified personnel.
Risk of flooding
• Check the speed of water flow before placing the
drain hose in a sink.
• Take necessary measures to prevent the hose from
slipping.
• Water flow may dislodge the hose if it is not properly
secured. Make sure the plug in your sink does not
block the plug hole.
Danger of Fire
• Do not store inflammable liquids near your machine.
• The sulphur content of paint removers may cause
corrosion. Never use paint removing materials in
your machine.
• Never use products that contain solvents in your
machine.
• Please ensure that garments loaded into your
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Washing Machine are free from foreign objects such
as nails, needles, lighters and coins.
Risk of fire and explosion
Risk of falling and injury
• Do not climb on your Washing Machine.
• Make sure hoses and cables do not cause a trip
hazard.
• Do not turn your Washing Machine upside down or
on its side.
• Do not lift your Washing Machine using the door or
detergent drawer.
The machine must be carried by at least 2
people
Child safety
• Do not leave children unattended near the machine.
Children might lock themselves in the machine
resulting in risk of death.
• Do not allow children to touch the glass door during
operation. The surface becomes extremely hot and
may cause damage to skin.
• To avoid danger of suffocation ,keep packaging
materials away from baby and children.
• Poisoning and irritation may occur if detergent
and cleaning materials are consumed or come
into contact with the skin and eyes. Keep cleaning
materials out of the reach of children.
1.2. During Use
• Keep pets away from your machine.
• Please check the packaging of your machine before
installation and the outer surface of the machine
once the packaging has been removed. Do not
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operate the machine if it appears damaged or if the
packaging has been opened.
• This appliance can be used by children aged
8 years and above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be done
by children without supervision.
• Only use your machine for laundry that is labelled as
suitable for washing by the manufacturer.
• Before operating the washing machine, remove
the 4 transit bolts and rubber spacers from the
rear of the machine. If the bolts are not removed
they may cause heavy vibration, noise and
malfunction (voiding the guarantee).
• For guidance see Daewoo Youtube https://www.
youtube.com/ watch?v=daL8ryYGA24).
• Your warranty does not cover damage caused by
external factors such as fire, flooding and other
sources of damage.
• Please do not throw away this user manual; keep it
for future reference and pass it onto the next owner.
NOTE: Specifications for the machine may vary
depending on the product purchased.
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1.3. Packaging and Environment
Removal of packaging materials
Packaging materials protect your machine from any
damage that might occur during transportation. The
packaging materials are environmentally friendly as
they are recyclable. Use of recycled material reduces
raw material consumption and decreases waste
production.
1.4. Savings Information
Some important information to get the most efficient
use out of your machine:
• Do not exceed the maximum load for the washing
programme you have chosen. This will allow your
machine to run in energy saving mode.
• Do not use the pre-wash feature for lightly soiled
laundry. This will help you save on the amount of
electricity and water consumed.
CE Declaration of conformity
We declare that our products meet the applicable European Directives, Decisions and
Regulations and the requirements listed in the standards referenced.
Disposal of your old machine
The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product
may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to
the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human
health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of
this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this product,
please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
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2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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2
1
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2.2. Technical Specifications
Operating
voltage /
frequency
(V/Hz)
(220-240)
V~/50Hz
Total current
(A)
10
Water
pressure
(Mpa)
Maximum:
1 Mpa
Minimum :
0.1 Mpa
Total power
(W)
2100
Maximum
dry laundry
6
capacity (kg)
Spin speed
(rpm)
2.1. General Appearance
1. Electronic Display
2. Programme Dial
3. Upper Tray
4. Detergent Drawer
5. Drum
6. Pump Filter Cover
7. Water Inlet Valve
8. Power Cable
9. Drain(discharging) Hose
10.Transit Bolts
DWDMV10B1 :
1000 rpm
DWDMV12B1 :
1200 rpm
Programme
number
15
Dimensions
(mm)
Height
Width
Depth
845
597
497
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3. INSTALLATION
3.2. Adjusting the Feet /
Adjusting Adjustable Stays
3.1. Removing Transit Bolts
X4
X4
1
1
2
1. Do not install your machine on a surface
(such as carpet) that would prevent
ventilation at the base.
• To ensure silent and vibration-free
operation of your machine, install it on a
firm surface.
X4
3
4
1. Before operating the washing machine,
remove the 4 transit bolts and rubber
spacers from the rear of the machine.
If the bolts are not removed, they
may cause heavy vibration, noise and
malfunction of the machine and void the
warranty.
2. Loosen the transit bolts by turning
them anticlockwise with an appropriate
spanner.
3. Remove the transit bolts with a straight
pull.
4. Fit the plastic blanking caps supplied in
the accessories bag into the gaps left
by the removal of the transit bolts. The
transit bolts should be stored for future
use.
NOTE: Remove the transit bolts
before using the machine for the first time.
Faults occurring due to the machine being
operated with transit bolts fitted are out of
the scope of the warranty.
• You can level your machine using the
adjustable feet.
• Loosen the plastic locking nut.
X4
2
3
2. To increase the height of the machine,
turn the feet clockwise. To decrease
the height of the machine, turn the feet
anticlockwise.
• Once the machine is level, tighten the
locking nuts by turning them clockwise.
3. Never insert cardboard, wood or other
similar materials under the machine to
level it.
• When cleaning the ground on which
the machine is located, take care not to
disturb the level of the machine.
3.3. Electrical Connection
• Your Washing Machine requires a 220240V, 50Hz mains supply.
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• The mains cord of your washing
machine is equipped with an earthed
plug. This plug should always be
inserted to an earthed socket of 10
amps.
• The plug should always be inserted to
a grounded socket of 10 amperes. The
fuse rating of the plug should also be 10
amperes.
• If you do not have a suitable socket and
fuse conforming with this, please ensure
the work is carried out by a qualified
electrician.
• We do not take responsibility for
damage that occurs due to the use of
ungrounded equipment.
NOTE: Operating your machine with
low voltage will cause the life cycle of your
machine to be reduced and its performance
to be restricted.
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4
1. Your machine may have either a
single water inlet connection (cold)
• Hand tighten the connections. If in any
doubt, consult a qualified plumber.
• Water flow with pressure of 0.1-1 Mpa
will allow your machine to operate at
optimum efficiency (pressure of 0.1
Mpa means that more than 8 litres of
water per minute will flow through a fully
opened tap).
1
3
2. Connect new water inlet hoses to a ¾ ˝,
threaded tap.
• Connect the white capped end of the
water inlet hose to the white water inlet
valve on the rear side of the machine
and the red capped end of the hose to
the red water inlet valve (if applicable).
3. Once you have made all of the
connections, carefully turn the water
supply on and check for leaks.
4. Ensure that the new water inlet hoses
are not trapped, kinked, twisted, folded
or crushed.
• If your machine has a hot water inlet
connection, the temperature of the hot
water supply should not be higher than
70°C.
NOTE: Your Washing Machine must
only be connected to your water supply
~ 95 cm
~ 140 cm
~ 145 cm
~ 95 cm
˜ 150 cm
˜ 95 cm
0 – max. 100 cm
3/4”
10 mm
3.4. Water Inlet Hose Connection
or double water inlet connection (hot
and cold) depending on the machine
specifications. The white capped hose
should be connected to cold water inlet
and red capped hose to the hot water
inlet (if applicable).
• To prevent water leaks at the joints,
either 1 or 2 nuts (depending on your
machine’s specifications) are supplied
in the packaging with the hose. Fit these
nuts to the end(s) of the water inlet hose
that connect to the water supply.
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using the supplied new fill hose. Old hoses
must not be reused.
4.1. Detergent Drawer
3.5. Water Discharge Connection
• Connect the water drain hose to a
standpipe or to the outlet elbow of
a household sink, using additional
equipment.
1
• Never attempt to extend the water drain
hose.
2
• Do not put the water drain hose from
your machine into a container, bucket or
bathtub.
3
• Make sure that the water drain hose is
not bent, buckled, crushed or extended.
4
• The water drain hose must be installed
at a maximum height of 100 cm from the
ground.
4. CONTROL PANEL OVERVIEW
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6
1
1. Detergent Drawer
2. Programme Dial
3. Display Panel
2
3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Liquid Detergent Attachments
Main Wash Detergent Compartment
Softener Compartment
Pre-Wash Detergent Compartment
Powder Detergent Levels
Powder Detergent Scoop (*)
(*) Specifications may vary depending on
the machine purchased.
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4.2. Sections
Main wash detergent compartment:
4.3. Program Dial
This compartment is for liquid or powder
detergents or limescale remover. The fluid
detergent level plate will be supplied inside
your machine. (*)
Fabric conditioner, starch, detergent
compartment:
• To select the desired programme, turn
the programme dial either clockwise or
anti-clockwise until the marker on the
programme dial points to the chosen
programme.
• Make sure that the programme dial is
set exactly to the programme you want.
4.4. Electronic Display
1
This compartment is for softeners,
conditioners or starch. Follow the
instructions on the packaging. If softeners
leave residue after use, try diluting or using
a liquid softener.
Pre-wash detergent compartment:
2
3
11
4
5
6
This compartment should be used only
when the pre-wash feature is selected. We
recommended that the pre-wash feature is
used only for very dirty laundry.
(*) Specifications may vary depending on
the machine purchased.
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8
9
10
1. Display Panel
2. Washing
3. Rinsing
4. Spinning
5. End
6. Time delay
7. Spin
8. Anti Allergy
9. Extra rinse
10.Start/Pause Button
11.Additional Function LEDs
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The function LEDs show how much longer
the programme has to run, the additional
functions you have selected and the wash
stages of the selected programme ( pre
wash / wash state, rinsing stage, spinning
stage).
The display panel shows “Finished” when
the selected programme is complete. The
display panel also indicates if a fault has
occurred with your machine.
5. USING YOUR
WASHING MACHINE
5.1. Preparing Your Laundry
1
3
5
3. Ensure that there are no metallic
materials on your laundry or in the
pockets; if so, remove them.
CAUTION: Any malfunctions which
occur due to foreign materials damaging
your machine are not covered by the
warranty.
4. Close zips and fasten any hooks and
eyes.
5. Remove the metallic or plastic hooks of
curtains or place them in a washing net
or bag.
6. Reverse textiles such as pants,
knitwear, t-shirts and sweat shirts.
7. Wash socks, handkerchiefs and other
small items in a washing net.
2
4
Can be
bleached
Do not bleach
Normal
washing
Maximum
ironing
temperature
150°C
Maximum
ironing
temperature
200°C
Do not iron
Cn be dry
cleaned
No dry
cleaning
Dry flat
Drip dry
Hang to dry
Do not tumble
dry
F
F
A
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7
1. Follow the instructions given in the care
labels on the clothing.
• Separate your laundry according to type
(cotton, synthetic, sensitive, wool etc.),
washing temperature (cold, 30°, 40°,
60°, 90°) and the degree of dirtiness
(slightly stained, stained, highly stained).
Dry cleaning
in gas oil,
pure alcohol
and R113 is
allowed
Perchloroethylene Perchlorinetyhlene
R11, R113, Gas
R11, R13,
oil
Petroleum
2. Never wash coloured and white laundry
together.
• Dark textiles may contain excess dye
and should be washed separately
several times.
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5.2. Putting Laundry in the Machine
• If your clothes are only slightly soiled,
do not pre-wash. Put a small amount
of detergent (as specified by the
manufacturer) into compartment II of the
detergent drawer.
• If your clothes are excessively soiled,
select a programme with pre-wash and
put ¼ of the detergent to be used into
compartment I of the detergent drawer
and the rest in compartment II.
• Open the door of your machine.
• Spread your laundry evenly in the
machine.
NOTE: Take care not to exceed the
maximum load of the drum as this will give
poor wash results and cause creasing.
Refer to the washing programme tables for
information on load capacities.
The following table shows approximate
weights of typical laundry items:
LAUNDRY TYPE
WEIGHT (gr)
Towel
200
Linen
500
Bathrobe
1200
Quilt cover
700
Pillow slip
200
Underwear
100
Tablecloth
250
• Use detergents produced for automatic
washing machines. Follow the
manufacturer’s instructions on the
amount of detergent to use.
• In areas of hard water, more detergent
will be required.
• The amount of the detergent required
will increase with higher washing loads.
• Put softener in the middle compartment
in the detergent drawer. Do not exceed
the MAX level.
• Thick softeners may cause clogging of
the drawer and should be diluted.
• It is possible to use fluid detergents in all
programmes without a pre-wash. To do
this, slide the fluid detergent level plate
(*) into the guides in 2nd compartment
of the detergent drawer. Use the lines
on the plate as a guide to fill the drawer
to the required level.
• Load each item of laundry separately.
(*) Specifications may vary depending on
the machine purchased.
• Check that no items of laundry are
trapped between the rubber seal and
the door.
5.4. Operating the Machine
• Gently push the door until it clicks shut.
click
1
• Make sure the door is fully closed,
otherwise the programme will not start.
5.3. Adding Detergent to the Machine
The amount of detergent you will need to
put in your machine will depend on the
following criteria:
2
1. Plug your machine in to the mains
supply.
2. Turn on the water supply.
• Open the machine door.
• Evenly spread your laundry in the
machine.
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• Gently push the door until it clicks shut.
1. Delay Timer
5.5. Selecting a Programme
Use the programme tables to select the
most appropriate programme for your
laundry.
5.6. Half-Load Detection System
Your machine features a half-load detection
system.
If you put less than half the maximum
load of laundry into your machine it will
automatically set the half-load function,
regardless of the programme you selected.
This means that the selected programme
will take less time to complete and will use
less water and energy.
(*) Model Dependant
5.7. Additional Functions
3s
6s
9s
12s
• Press the Delay button once.
• The “3 h” LED indicator is on.
• Press the Delay button until the desired
delay period LED is on.
• If you have skipped the delay time you
wanted to set, keep pressing the Delay
button until the desired delay time is
displayed again.
• For the delay timer function to work, you
must press Start/Pause button.
• To activate the time delay, press “Start/
Pause” button.
• To cancel the time delay once it has
been set, press the Delay button once.
The LED indicator will no longer flash on
the electronic display.
Before starting a programme, you can
select an additional function.
• Press the button on the Control Panel
below the symbol of the additional
function you wish to select.
• In order to add/remove laundry while
delay timer function is working, you
must press Start/Pause button. After
adding/removing laundry, you must
press Start/Pause button again to
activate delay timer function.
• If the symbol of the additional function
flashes continuously, the function has
been activated.
3s
6s
9s
12s
• If the symbol of the additional function
blinks, the function has not been
selected.
Reason for non-activation:
• The additional function is not
compatible with the selected washing
programme.
• Your machine has progressed too far
into the selected programme for the
additional function to be possible.
• The additional function you have
chosen is not compatible with
another additional function you have
already selected.
2. Spin Speed Selection
Spin
Speed
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When you select a programme, the
maximum spin speed is automatically
selected. To adjust the spin speed, press
the Spin button ( ) until the desired speed
is displayed.
When the spin speed selection reaches
the lowest speed setting, pressing the Spin
button returns to the highest speed setting.
If you miss the spin speed you want to set,
keep pressing the Spin button until you
reach the option you want.
3. Anti- Allergic
Auxiliary
function
button 3 or 4
Anti-allergic
5. Start/Pause Button
Washing
Rinsing
Spinning
End
Start-Pause
To start the selected programme, press the
Programme Start/Pause button.
If you switch your machine to standby
mode, the Start/Pause indicator on the
electronic display will blink.
5.8. Child Lock
You can add an additional rinse operation to
your laundry using this additional function.
Your machine will carry out all rinsing steps
with hot water. We recommend this setting
for laundry worn on delicate skin, baby
clothes and underwear.
To select this function, press the Antiallergic button when the
symbol is
displayed.
4. Extra Rinse
Auxiliary
function
button 3 or 4
Extra rinse
You can add an additional rinse operation
to the end of the selected wash programme
using this additional function.
To select this function, press the Extra rinse
button when the
symbol is displayed.
The child lock function prevents the
machine being operated unintentionally or
by unsupervised children.
To activate the child lock, press and hold
additional functions 3 and 4 simultaneously
for at least 3 seconds. The Additional
Function LEDs will be lit on the control
panel when the child lock is activated.
If any button is pressed while the child lock
is active, the Additional Function LEDs on
the control panel will blink.
If the child lock is engaged and any
programme is running, when the
programme dial is turned to the CANCEL
position and another programme selected,
the previously selected programme
continues from where it was left.
To deactivate the child lock, press and hold
additional functions 3 and 4 simultaneously
for at least 3 seconds. The Additional
Function LEDs will will blink on the display.
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5.9. Cancelling the Programme
To cancel a running programme at any
time:
1. Turn the programme dial to the “STOP”
position.
2. Your machine will stop the washing
operation and the programme will be
cancelled.
3. Turn the programme dial to any other
programme to drain the machine.
4. Your machine will perform the
necessary discharge operation and
cancel the programme.
You can now select and run a new
programme.
5.10. Programme End
Your machine will stop by itself as soon as
the programme you have selected finishes.
• “END” will flash on the display panel
• You can open the machine’s door and
remove the laundry.
• Leave the door of your machine open
to allow the inner part of your machine
to dry.
• Switch the programme dial to STOP
position.
• Unplug your machine.
• Turn the water tap off.
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Programme
Washing
temperature (°C)
Maximum dry
laundry amount
(kg)
Detergent
compartment
Programme
duration (Min.)
6. PROGRAMME TABLE
Laundry type / Descriptions
COTTON 90°
90°
6,0
2
179
Very dirty, cotton and flax textiles. (Underwear, linen,
tablecloth, towel (maximum 3.0 kg), bedclothes, etc.)
INTENSIVE
60°
6,0
1&2
164
Dirty cotton and flax textiles. (Underwear, linen,
tablecloth, towel (maximum 3,0 kg), bedclothes, etc.)
COTTON ECO
60 C°
60°
6,0
2
200
Dirty cotton and flax textiles. (Underwear, linen,
tablecloth, towel (maximum 3,0 kg), bedclothes, etc.)
40°
6,0
2
96
Dirty cotton and flax textiles. (Underwear, linen,
tablecloth, towel (maximum 3,0 kg), bedclothes, etc.)
ECO 20°
20°
3,0
2
110
Less dirty, cotton and linen textiles. (Underwear,
bedsheet, tablecloth, towel (max. 2 kg) bedcloth, etc.)
SYNTHETICS
40°
3,0
2
39
Very dirty or synthetic-mixed textiles. (Nylon socks,
shirts, blouses, synthetic-including trousers etc.)
WOOL
30°
2,0
2
36
Woollen laundries with machine wash labels.
RINSING
-
6,0
-
182
Provides an additional rinse to any type of laundry
after the washing cycle.
SPINNING
-
6,0
-
15
Provides an additional spin cycle to any type of laundry
after the washing cycle.
SENSITIVE/HAND
WASH
30°
2,0
2
90
Laundry recommended for hand wash or sensitive
laundry.
SPORTS WEAR
30°
3,0
2
80
Sportswear.
COTTON
40 C°
MIXED
30°
3,0
2
79
Dirty cotton, synthetics, colour and flax textiles can be
washed together.
BLOUSES /
SHIRTS
60°
3,0
2
105
Dirty cotton, synthetic and synthetic-mixed shirts and
blouses can be washed together.
DAILY 60 min.
60°
3,0
2
60
Dirty, cotton, coloured and linen textiles washed at
60°C in 60 minutes.
(*) SPEED 15 min.
30°
2,0
2
15
Lightly soiled, cotton, colored and linen textiles.
NOTE: PROGRAMME DURATION MAY CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT
OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS.
(*) Due to the short washing time of this programme, we recommend that less detergent is
used. The programme may last longer than 15 minutes if your machine detects an uneven
load. You can open the door of your machine 2 minutes after the completion of a washing
operation. (The 2 minute period is not included in the programme duration).
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7.CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE
7.2. Water Inlet Filters
Water inlet filters prevent dirt and foreign
materials from entering your machine.
It is recommended that these filters are
cleaned when your machine is unable
to receive sufficient water, although your
water supply is on and the tap is open. It
is recommended that you clean your water
inlet filters every 2 months.
7.1. Warning
1
2
Turn your mains power
supply off and remove
the plug from the socket
before carrying out
maintenance and cleaning
of your machine.
Turn off the water
supply before starting
maintenance and cleaning
of your machine.
CAUTION: Do not
use solvents, abrasive
cleaners, glass cleaners
or all-purpose cleaning
agents to clean your
Washing Machine. They
may damage the plastic
surfaces and other
components with the
chemicals they contain.
• Unscrew the water inlet hose(s) from
the Washing Machine.
• To remove the water inlet filter from the
water inlet valve, use a pair of longnosed pliers to gently pull on the plastic
bar in the filter.
• A second water inlet filter is located in
the tap end of the water inlet hose. To
remove the second water inlet filter, use
a pair of long-nosed pliers to gently pull
on the plastic bar in the filter.
• Clean the filter thoroughly with a soft
brush and wash with soapy water and
rinse thoroughly. Re-insert the filter by
gently pushing it back into place.
CAUTION: The filters at the water inlet
valve may become clogged due to water
quality or lack of required maintenance and
may break down. This may cause a water
leak. Any such breakdowns are out of the
scope of the warranty.
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7.3. Pump Filter
meet the holes on the front panel side.
6. Close the filter cover.
1
WARNING: The water in the pump
may be hot, wait until it has cooled down
before carrying out any cleaning or
maintenance.
2
(*) Specifications may vary depending on
the machine purchased.
3
4
5
6
7.4. Detergent Drawer
The use of detergent may cause residual
build up in the detergent drawer over time.
We recommend that you remove the drawer
every 2 months to clean the accumulated
residue.
The pump filter system in your Washing
Machine prolongs the life of the pump by
preventing lint from entering your machine.
We recommend that you clean the pump
filter every 2 months.
The pump filter is located behind the cover
on the front-lower right corner.
To clean the pump filter:
1. You may use the washing powder spade
(*) supplied with your machine or liquid
detergent level plate to open the pump
cover.
2. Lodge the end of the powder spade
or liquid detergent level plate in the
opening of the cover and gently press
backwards. The cover will open.
• Before opening the filter cover, place a
container under the filter cover to collect
any water left in the machine.
• Loosen the filter by turning anticlockwise and remove by pulling. Wait
for the water to drain.
To remove the detergent drawer:
• Pull the drawer forwards until it is fully
extended.
• Gently press down on the drawer (as
shown above) and pull the drawer from
its housing.
• Clean the drawer with water and a soft
brush.
• If there is any residue in the drawer
housing, remove with a soft brush.
Take care to prevent any residue from
dropping into the machine.
• Dry the drawer thoroughly and slide it
back into the housing.
Do not wash your detergent drawer
in dishwasher.
NOTE: Depending on the amount of
water inside the machine, you may have to
empty the water collection container a few
times.
3. Remove any foreign materials from the
filter with a soft brush.
4. After cleaning, re-fit the filter by inserting
it and turning clockwise.
5. When closing the pump cover, ensure
that the mountings inside the cover
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8.FLUSH STOPPER
/ BODY / DRUM
1
1. Flush stopper
Remove the detergent drawer and
disassemble the flush stopper. Clean
thoroughly to completely remove any
softener residue. Refit the flush stopper
after cleaning and check that it is seated
properly.
2
3
2. Body
Use a mild, non-abrasive cleaning agent,
or soap and water, to clean the external
casing. Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
3. Drum
Do not leave metallic objects such as
needles, paper clips, coins etc. in your
machine. These objects lead to the
formation of rust stains in the drum. To
clean such rust stains, use a non-chlorine
cleaning agent and follow the instructions of
manufacturer of the cleaning agent. Never
use wire wool or similar hard objects for
cleaning rust stains.
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9.TROUBLESHOOTING
Repair of your machine should be carried out by an authorised service company. If your
machine requires repair or if you cannot solve an issue with the information provided
below, then you should:
• Unplug your machine from the mains power supply.
• Turn off the water supply.
FAULT
Your machine does not start.
Your machine does not
intake water.
Your machine does not
discharge water.
Your machine vibrates.
Excessive foam is formed in
the detergent drawer.
Unsatisfactory washing
result.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TROUBLESHOOTING
Machine not plugged in.
Plug machine in.
Fuses are faulty.
Replace the fuses.
No mains power supply.
Check mains power.
Start/Pause button not pressed.
Press the Start/Pause button.
Programme dial ‘stop’ position.
Turn the programme dial to the desired position.
The machine door is not
completely closed.
Close the machine door.
Water tap is turned off.
Turn tap on.
Water inlet hose may be twisted.
Check water inlet hose and untwist.
Water inlet hose clogged.
Clean water inlet hose filters. (*)
Inlet filter clogged.
Clean the inlet filters. (*)
The machine door is not
completely closed.
Close the machine door.
Drain hose clogged or twisted.
Check the drain hose, then either clean or
untwist.
Pump filter clogged.
Clean the pump filter. (*)
Laundry is too tighly packed
together in the drum.
Spread your laundry in the machine evenly.
The feet have not been adjusted.
Adjust the feet. (**)
Transit bolts fitted for
transportation not removed.
Remove transit bolts. (**)
Small load in the drum.
This will not prevent operation of your machine.
Your machine is overloaded with
laundry or laundry is unevenly
spread.
Do not overload the drum. Spread laundry evenly
in the drum.
Your machine rests on a hard
surface.
Do not set up your Washing Machine on a hard
surface.
Excessive amount of detergent
used.
Press the Start/Pause button. To stop the foam,
dilute one tablespoon of softener into 1/2 litre of
water and pour into the detergent drawer. Press
the Start/Pause button after 5-10 mins.
Wrong detergent used.
Only use detergents produced for automatic
Washing Machines.
Your washing is too dirty for the
programme selected.
Use the information in the programme tables to
select the most appropriate programme.
Amount of detergent used
insufficient.
Use the amount of detergent as instructed on the
packaging.
There is too much laundry in your
machine.
Check that the maximum capacity for the
selected programme has not been exceeded.
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FAULT
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TROUBLESHOOTING
Hard water.
Increase the amount of detergent following the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Your laundry is too tightly packed
together in the drum.
Check that your laundry is spread out.
As soon as the machine is
loaded with water, water
discharges.
The end of water drain hose is too
low for the machine.
Check that the drain hose is at a suitable height.
(**) .
No water appears in the
drum during washing.
No fault. Water is in the unseen
part of the drum.
.....................
Laundry has
detergent residue.
Non-dissolving particles of some
detergents may appear on your
laundry as white spots.
Perform an extra rinse, or clean your laundry with
a brush after it dries.
Grey spots appear on the
laundry.
There is untreated oil, cream or
ointment on your laundry.
Use the amount of detergent as instructed on the
packaging in the next wash.
Unsatisfactory washing
result.
The spin cycle does not take No fault. Unbalanced load control
place or takes place later
system has been activated.
than expected.
Unbalanced load control system will try to spread
your laundry. The spinning cycle will begin once
your laundry is spread. Load the drum evenly for
the next wash.
(*) See the chapter regarding maintenance and cleaning of your machine.
(**) See the chapter regarding installation of your machine.
10.AUTOMATIC FAULT WARNINGS AND WHAT TO DO
Your Washing Machine is equipped with a built-in fault detection system, indicated by a
combination of flashing wash operation lights. The most common failure codes are shown
below.
TROUBLE CODE
POSSIBLE FAULT
WHAT TO DO
The door of your machine is not shut
properly.
Shut the door properly until you hear a click. If
your machine persists to indicate fault, turn off
your machine, unplug it and contact the nearest
authorised service agent immediately.
The water pressure or the water level
inside the machine may be low.
Check the tap is fully turned on. Mains water
may be cut-off. If the problem still continues, your
machine will stop after a while automatically. Unplug
the machine, turn off your tap and contact the
nearest authorised service agent.
The pump is faulty or pump filter is
clogged or electrical connection of the
pump is faulty.
Clean the pump filter. If the problem persists,
contact the nearest authorised service agent. (*)
Your machine has excessive amount of
water.
Your machine will discharge water by itself. Once
the water has drained, turn off your machine and
unplug it. Turn off the tap and contact the nearest
authorised service agent.
Wash
E01
Rinse
Spin
End
Wash
E02
Rinse
Spin
End
Wash
E03
Rinse
Spin
End
Wash
E04
Rinse
Spin
End
(*) See the chapter regarding maintenance and cleaning of your machine.
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11.DESCRIBING THE ENERGY
LABEL AND SAVING ENERGY
1
Use programmes of shorter duration for
lightly soiled laundry and daily washes.
Carry out cleaning and maintenance at
regular intervals.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1. Brand
2. Model
3. Energy Class
4. Energy Consumption
5. Noise Value While Washing
6. Noise Value While Spinning
7. Annual Water Consumption
8. Dry Laundry Capacity
9. Spinning Performance
Energy use and water consumption may
vary based on water pressure, water
hardness, water temperature, ambient
temperature, amount of laundry, additional
function selection and voltage fluctuations.
Energy consumption and water usage can
be reduced by not exceeding the washing
load specified in the programme tables.
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PRODUCT FICHE
Rated capacity (Cotton 60° full load) (kg)
Energy efficiency class
Energy consumption (kWh/annum)*
Water consumption (L/annum)**
Spin-drying efficiency class
Noise (Washing) (dB(A))
Noise (Spinning) (dB(A))
Max spin speed (rpm)***
Remaining moisture content (%)***
Energy consumption (cotton 60° full load)(kWh/cycle)
Energy consumption (cotton 60° partial load)(kWh/cycle)
Energy consumption (cotton 40° partial load)(kWh/cycle)
Water consumption (Cotton 60° full load)(L/cycle)
Water consumption (Cotton 60° partial load)(L/cycle)
Water consumption (Cotton 40° partial load)(L/cycle)
Power consumption (off-mode)(W)
Power consumption (left-on mode)(W)
Program duration (min) (cotton 60° full load)
Program duration (min) (cotton 60° partial load)
Program duration (min) (cotton 40° partial load)
•
•
•
•
•
*
**
***
6,0
A++
171
9900
C
58
77
1000
62
0,95
0,60
0,58
49
42
42
0,50
1,00
200
175
170
Programme number 3
(Standard 60 ° C cotton programme) and programme number 4
(standard
40 ° C cotton programme) are the standard washing programmes to which the information on the label and
the fiche relates, that these programmes are suitable to clean normally soiled cotton laundry and that they
are the most efficient programmes in terms of combined energy and water consumptions.
The actual water temperature may differ from the declared cycle temperature.
Program duration, energy consumption and water consumption values may vary according to wash load
weight and type, selected extra functions, tap water and ambient temperature.
It is recommended to use liquid detergent for the washing programmes at low temperature.
The amount of detergent to be used may vary depending on the amount of laundry and the level of
dirtiness of the laundry. Please follow the detergent manufacturers’ recommendations for the amount of
the detergent to be used.
Based on 220 standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60°C and 40°C at full load and partial load,
and the consumption of the low-power modes. Actual energy consumption will depend on how the
appliance is used.
Based on 220 standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60°C and 40°C at full load and partial load.
Actual water consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
Based on test results of standard 60 ° C cotton programme at full load and partial load, and standard 40 ° C
cotton programme at partial load.
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PRODUCT FICHE
Rated capacity (Cotton 60° full load) (kg)
Energy efficiency class
Energy consumption (kWh/annum)*
Water consumption (L/annum)**
Spin-drying efficiency class
Noise (Washing) (dB(A))
Noise (Spinning) (dB(A))
Max spin speed (rpm)***
Remaining moisture content (%)***
Energy consumption (cotton 60° full load)(kWh/cycle)
Energy consumption (cotton 60° partial load)(kWh/cycle)
Energy consumption (cotton 40° partial load)(kWh/cycle)
Water consumption (Cotton 60° full load)(L/cycle)
Water consumption (Cotton 60° partial load)(L/cycle)
Water consumption (Cotton 40° partial load)(L/cycle)
Power consumption (off-mode)(W)
Power consumption (left-on mode)(W)
Program duration (min) (cotton 60° full load)
Program duration (min) (cotton 60° partial load)
Program duration (min) (cotton 40° partial load)
•
•
•
•
•
*
**
***
6,0
A++
171
9900
B
58
78
1200
53
0,95
0,60
0,58
49
42
42
0,50
1,00
200
175
170
Programme number 3
(Standard 60 ° C cotton programme) and programme number 4
(standard
40 ° C cotton programme) are the standard washing programmes to which the information on the label and
the fiche relates, that these programmes are suitable to clean normally soiled cotton laundry and that they
are the most efficient programmes in terms of combined energy and water consumptions.
The actual water temperature may differ from the declared cycle temperature.
Program duration, energy consumption and water consumption values may vary according to wash load
weight and type, selected extra functions, tap water and ambient temperature.
It is recommended to use liquid detergent for the washing programmes at low temperature.
The amount of detergent to be used may vary depending on the amount of laundry and the level of
dirtiness of the laundry. Please follow the detergent manufacturers’ recommendations for the amount of
the detergent to be used.
Based on 220 standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60°C and 40°C at full load and partial load,
and the consumption of the low-power modes. Actual energy consumption will depend on how the
appliance is used.
Based on 220 standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60°C and 40°C at full load and partial load.
Actual water consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
Based on test results of standard 60 ° C cotton programme at full load and partial load, and standard 40 ° C
cotton programme at partial load.
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Importer:
Dongbu Daewoo Electronics
UK Ltd. 640 Wharfedale Road,
Winnersh Triangle, Wokingham,
Berkshire RG41 5TP, U.K.
www.daewooelectronics.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 118 9252 500
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