1013673-R03 Adora SLQ WP en AUS - V

Operating instructions
Adora SLQ WP
Washing machine
Safety precautions
Read the operating instructions before using the appliance for the first
time.
General safety precautions
▪ This appliance can be used
by children aged 8 and
above and by persons with
reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and/or
knowledge, provided they
are supervised or have
been instructed on the safe
use of the appliance and
have understood the hazards involved. Children must
not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be undertaken by children without supervision.
▪ If an appliance is not
equipped with a mains
cable and a plug or other
means for disconnecting
from the mains with a contact opening on each pole
complying with the conditions of overvoltage category III for full isolation, an
isolating device must be incorporated into the permanently installed electrical installation in accordance with
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the installation regulations.
▪ If the mains cable of this appliance is damaged, it must
be replaced by the manufacturer or its Customer Services or a similarly qualified
person in order to avoid
hazard.
Appliance-specific safety
precautions
▪ Children under 3 years of
age must be kept away
from the appliance unless
they are constantly supervised.
▪ The appliance has a maximum dry load capacity of
8 kg.
CAUTION
▪ If this appliance is supplied
from a cord extension set or
electrical portable outlet
device, the cord extension
set or electrical portable
outlet device must be positioned so that it is not subject to splashing or ingress
of moisture.
Instructions for use
▪ If connected to the water mains by detachable hoses, the new hose set supplied with the appliance must be used.
Do not reuse old hose sets.
Safety precautions
▪ Ensure ready access to the power
socket being used.
Correct use
▪ Any repairs, modifications or manipulations to the appliance, especially any
electrically live parts, may only be carried out by the manufacturer, its customer service department 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 a repair is needed,
follow the instructions given in the «Service and repairs» section. Please contact our Customer Services if necessary.
The appliance is only suitable for washing
home textiles with water and regular washing machine detergent. It 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.
▪ Before closing the appliance door and
starting a programme, ensure that there
are no foreign objects or pets in the
drum.
▪ Strictly use original spare parts only.
▪ If the appliance is not functioning properly, disconnect it from the power supply immediately.
▪ Packaging material, e.g. plastic film and
polystyrene, can be dangerous for children. Danger of suffocation! Keep packaging material away from children.
▪ To protect your washing, follow the fabric care symbols and the hints and advice in the «Washing tips» section.
▪ Textiles that have been cleaned, treated
or soaked with flammable chemicals,
detergents or solvents such as benzene, alcohol, stain remover, oil, paint,
wax, etc. are not to be washed in the
appliance. Fire or explosion hazard!
Wash materials containing such substances first by hand with water or allow
the solvent to evaporate completely.
How to avoid damaging the
appliance
▪ Close the appliance door carefully.
▪ 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 around the foreign body trap.
Foreign objects such as coins, nails, paper clips, etc. can damage parts of the
appliance as well as the washing.
▪ During longer periods of absence, turn
off the water tap before switching off the
power by pulling out the mains plug.
Never pull the mains plug out by the
cable. Please note: The built-in overflow
protection is rendered inactive when the
power is switched off.
▪ When cleaning the appliance make sure
no water gets inside it. Use a moderately damp cloth. Do not spray the outside or the inside of the appliance with
water. If water gets inside the appliance,
it will cause damage.
▪ Textiles with metal reinforcements are
not to be washed in the appliance Risk
of damage.
▪ Trainers, diving suits, rucksacks, carpets, etc. are not to be washed in the
appliance.
▪ Ensure the washing drum has stopped
moving before reaching inside. Do not
touch the washing drum while it is still
in motion – risk of serious injury!
▪ Disconnect the appliance from the
mains before carrying out maintenance
work.
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Safety precautions
Using for the first time
The appliance must be installed and
connected to the electricity supply by
a qualified fitter/electrician in accordance with the separate installation instructions.
Transport lock
Remove the transport lock (hexagon
head screws at the back of the appliance) in order to avoid damage to
the appliance (see installation instructions).
Symbols used
Denotes important safety precautions.
Failure to observe said precautions can
result in injury or in damage to the appliance or fittings!
Validity
The product family (model number) corresponds to the first alphanumerics on the
identification plate. These operating instructions apply to:
Appliance
designation
Adora SLQ WP
Running the first wash cycle without
any washing
Type
WAASLQWPZ
Product family
11014
▸ Add a little washing detergent to compartment II.
Variations depending on the model are
noted in the text.
▸ Run an empty coloureds 60 °C cycle to
remove any residues from the manufacturing process.
Modifications
Serial number
The serial number (FN) is located on the
identification plate:
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 appliances is reserved.
Colour operating instructions can be downloaded from the internet from
www.vzug.com.
▸ Note down the FN on the back page of
these operating instructions.
The FN can also be retrieved as follows:
▸ Hold the
button depressed until
the following display appears:
Settings
FN 12006 000123
Note on the operating
instructions
For more information on your appliance
and for answers to frequently asked questions, visit http://www.vzug.com.
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Contents
1
Appliance description
1.1
Appliance construction .................................. 6
1.2
Indicator lights and button state .................. 6
1.3
Operating and display elements.................. 7
2
Programme overview
6.5
6
7
8
Opening the appliance door in the event
of a power failure .......................................... 35
Trouble-shooting
36
7.1
Error messages............................................. 36
7.2
Other possible problems............................. 38
7.3
Unsatisfactory wash results ........................ 40
2.1
Whites and coloureds programmes............ 8
2.2
Programmes for normally soiled
cotton load ....................................................... 8
2.3
Extra programmes .......................................... 9
9.1
Note for testing institutes ............................ 43
2.4
Fabric types ..................................................... 9
9.2
Consumption values..................................... 43
2.5
Additional functions ..................................... 11
9.3
VAS Vibration Absorbing System .............. 44
2.6
EcoManagement .......................................... 13
9.4
Water and energy economy ....................... 45
9.5
EcoStandby.................................................... 45
3
Operating the appliance
14
8
9
Spare parts
42
Technical data
42
3.1
Preparations.................................................. 14
3.2
Loading the washing ................................... 14
10.1 Energy and water economy........................ 45
3.3
Adding washing detergent ......................... 15
10.2 Avoiding damage.......................................... 46
3.4
Detergent dosage ........................................ 16
3.5
Dyeing textiles .............................................. 16
3.6
Selecting programme.................................. 16
3.7
Selecting additional functions.................... 18
3.8
EcoHybrid...................................................... 18
3.9
Delayed start................................................. 19
10 Washing tips
11 Disposal
Quick instructions
45
47
48
3.10 OptiTime ........................................................ 20
3.11 Separate rinsing / Separate spinning ...... 20
3.12 Bio wash / Soap wash................................ 21
3.13 Correcting entry............................................ 21
3.14 Aborting a programme ............................... 21
3.15 With childproof lock activated ................... 22
3.16 Opening the appliance door during
washing.......................................................... 23
3.17 End of programme ...................................... 23
3.18 EcoManagement statistics ......................... 25
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Favourites
26
4.1
Defining favourites ....................................... 26
4.2
Changing favourites .................................... 26
4.3
Deleting favourites ....................................... 27
4.4
Starting favourites ........................................ 27
5
User settings
28
6
Care and maintenance
32
6.1
Cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer
(as required) ................................................. 32
6.2
Cleaning the water inlet filter ..................... 32
6.3
Emergency draining .................................... 33
6.4
Cleaning the foreign body trap ................. 34
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1
Appliance description
1.1
Appliance construction
1
Detergent dispenser
drawer (2)
2
6
7
3
4
8
9
10
Drain tray (5)
11
12
13
14
5
1
Pivoting operating panel
8
Fabric conditioner, compartment
2
Detergent dispenser drawer
9
Liquid detergent flap / drain tray opener
3
Appliance door
10 Siphon for fabric conditioner
4
Circulation nozzle
11 Emergency door release tool
5
Drain tray
12 Foreign body trap
6
Pre-wash detergent, compartment I
13 Identification plate / serial number (FN)
7
Main wash detergent, compartment II
14 Emergency door release
1.2
Indicator lights and button state
Indicator lights
6
Button state
Illuminated: relevant function
active
Blue background: relevant
function active
Off: relevant function not
selectable
Black button: relevant function not
selectable
Flashing: relevant function
selectable
Black background: relevant
function selectable
1 Appliance description
1.3
Operating and display elements
2
1
3
Coloureds
4
Select temperature
10
9
5
cold
8
1
Door opener
7
8
6
Programmes for
60°C Coloureds
1 h 00
End 16 : 13
2
TouchDisplay
normally soiled
3
Fabric types
cotton load and
4
Start/Pause
extra programmes
5
Fast forward/
800
End of programme
9
EcoHybrid (see
11
additional functions)
6
Favourites
10 EcoManagement
7
Whites and co-
11 Additional functions
loureds programmes
Whites and co-
Programmes for
loureds programmes
normally soiled
EcoHybrid (9)
Whites 95 °C
cotton load and
Sprint
Coloureds 70 °C
extra programmes
Easy care
cold
Additional functions
Coloureds 60 °C
40 °C Coloureds
Pre-wash
Coloureds 50 °C
normal
Steam anti-crease
Coloureds 40 °C
10 °C Coloureds
Spin speed
Coloureds 30 °C
normal
Degree of soiling,
Coloureds 20 °C
Steam anti-crease
Anti-mite
Coloureds 10 °C
Proofing
AquaPlus
Appliance hygiene
Delayed start incl.
Spinning
OptiTime
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2 Programme overview
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Programme overview
To select the right programme, please follow the fabric care symbols on the laundry labels,
e.g. 40 . woollens and textiles with the
additional function «Hand wash».
2.1
fabric care label may only be washed using the
Whites and coloureds programmes
Buttons Programmes
Whites 95 °C: For white cottons/linens e.g. bed and
table linen, towels, white or colour-fast underwear.
Coloureds 70 °C: Energy-saving programme for
white cottons.
Coloureds 60 °C: For coloured cottons e.g. bright
blouses, overalls, shirts, bed linen.
Coloureds 50 °C: Energy-saving programme for coloured cottons.
Coloureds 40 °C: For coloured cottons and mixed
washing e.g. coloured sweatshirts, t-shirts.
cold
2.2
95
Load
capacity
1–8 kg
95
1–8 kg
60
,
95
1–8 kg
60
,
95
1–8 kg
40
,
60
,
1–8 kg
,
,
40
,
1–8 kg
,
,
40
,
1–8 kg
,
,
40
,
1–8 kg
95
Coloureds 30 °C: For coloured cottons and mixed
washing e.g. t-shirts.
30
Coloureds 20 °C: Energy-saving programme for
lightly soiled textiles.
30
Coloureds 10 °C: Refresh programme without heat,
suitable for washing new clothes for the first time.
30
60
60
60
95
95
95
Programmes for normally soiled cotton load
Buttons
+
+
8
Fabric care
symbols
Programmes
Load
capacity
1–8 kg
40 °C Coloureds normal: The recommended programme
for washing normally soiled cottons at rated load capacity.
10 °C Coloureds normal: The programme with the lowest 1–8 kg
possible temperature setting for washing cottons. It corresponds to the 40 °C Coloureds normal programme without
the water being heated. This programme has the same water level as the 40 °C Coloureds normal programme.
2 Programme overview
2.3
Extra programmes
Buttons
Programmes
+
+
+
+
2.4
Steam anti-crease: Dry washing is partially
uncreased and made damp, ready to iron.
Fabric care
symbols
40
,
60
,
Load
capacity
1–1.5 kg
95
Proofing: For starching or proofing laundry, add the agent
to the fabric conditioner compartment.
Appliance hygiene: Steam cleaning without laundry.
1–3 kg
Spinning: Wet washing is spun. No wash cycle is carried
out.
1–8 kg
0 kg
Fabric types
Buttons
+
Programmes
Coloureds: Standard programme
Shirts: Optimized for minimizing creasing, contains
steam anti-crease.
Woollens: Gentle treatment for woollens and other delicate textiles. Only for woollens with a felt-free finish and labelled as «machine washable».
Hand wash: Very gentle treatment for textiles labelled
+
with the
fabric care symbol.
Down: Optimized for the particular wetting characteristics
of down fabrics. Short spin at the beginning of the programme to get rid of any air in down textiles.
Outdoor garments: For waterproof and breathable clothing. Higher water level during washing and spinning.
Silks: For delicate silk articles. Spin speed is reduced to
minimize creasing.
Underwear: For very delicate textiles labelled with the
Load
capacity
1–8 kg
max. 7 items
1–2.5 kg
1–2 kg
max. 1 kg
1–3 kg
1–1.5 kg
1–3 kg
fabric care symbol e.g. underwear.
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2 Programme overview
+
Baby garments: Very thorough rinsing for the protection
of sensitive baby skin. If 95 °C is selected as the temperature, a pre-wash is included.
Denim: Optimized for colour run from denim.
1–5 kg
WetClean: For all fabrics labelled as washable. Most
gentle treatment possible through applying a gentle rocking motion and a fine spray of water.
Net curtains: Reduced washing action for very gentle
treatment. Higher water level during washing and spinning. The washing remains lying in the water after the final rinse (stop after rinsing).
Draining with spinning
+ 1x
1–1.5 kg
+ 2x
+
10
1–2 kg
Draining without spinning
Black garments: Optimized rinsing through a higher water level and extended rinsing time for dark textiles.
Black hand wash: Optimized rinsing through a higher water level and extended rinsing time for dark textiles labelled with the
1–4 kg
fabric care symbol.
1–4 kg
1–2 kg
2 Programme overview
2.5
Additional functions
Buttons Additional functions
Load
capacity
EcoHybrid: The appliance is equipped with two heating systems:
▪ Heat pump heater (approximately 1 kW heat output) with very low energy consumption. Suitable for heating up to 50 °C.
▪ Conventional auxiliary heater (approximately 2.8 kW heat output) with normal energy consumption.
Optimal energy efficiency: Initially heated only using the heat pump
heater. The conventional heater comes on at around 40–50 °C. The set
temperature is also reduced. The extended washing time, however, ensures the washing performance is maintained. The energy consumed to
heat the water is around 50–70% lower than with conventional washing
machines without a heat pump.
Very good energy efficiency: Initially heated only using the heat pump
heater. The conventional heater comes on at around 40–50 °C. It takes
longer to reach the desired wash temperature. The energy consumed to
heat the water is around 40–50% lower than with conventional washing
machines without a heat pump.
Good energy efficiency: Heating using both heating systems simultaneously. This provides a high heat energy output. The energy consumed to
heat the water is around 10–20% lower than with conventional washing
machines without a heat pump.
Sprint: Short programme for lightly soiled washing. 2 instead of 3
2.5 kg
rinsing cycles. The programme time is for the EcoHybrid setting
:
+
: 26 mins.
+
: 28 mins.
+
: 27 mins.
+
: 39 mins.
Note: Add a small quantity of washing detergent. A large washing
load or too much washing detergent can significantly extend the
programme time. Use liquid detergent only.
Easy care: For washing requiring very gentle treatment. Increased
3.5 kg
water level, reduced washing action and lower spin speed.
Pre-wash: Suitable for heavily soiled washing. Programme duration extended about
15 minutes.
Steam anti-crease: Reduces creasing significantly. Loosening-up
max. 2 kg
period: 60 minutes. The washing is warm and should be hung up
immediately to dry or be tumble dried. The spin speed is limited to
1000 rpm.
Spin speed: The spin speed can be changed. Delicates can be spun at a lower
spin speed. However, this increases the drying time (greater energy consumption
for tumble drying).
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2 Programme overview
Buttons Additional functions
Degree of soiling: Adjustment to the degree of soiling of the washing.
Light soiling: For lightly soiled washing.
Medium soiling: Extended wash time.
Heavy soiling: Extended wash time, higher water level, an additional rinsing cycle.
Soaking: The duration can be set between 0.5 and 6 hours.
Anti-mite: The main wash is extended and intensified. The mites are killed
and the allergens are rinsed out thoroughly.
AquaPlus: There are 5 different settings for rinsing intensity.
Standard: Normal water level.
more water: Increased water level during the main wash and rinsing.
+ 1 rinse: An additional rinsing cycle.
more water + 1 rinse: Increased water level during the main wash and
rinsing, an additional rinsing cycle.
Skin protection: Increased water level during rinsing, two additional rinsing cycles. Suitable for sensitive skin.
Delayed start: For using cheap-rate electricity (setting range of up to 24 hours).
The programme starts automatically when the set time is reached.
OptiTime: If a programme end time has been selected, OptiTime calculates the
most energy-efficient programme that can be carried out in the time remaining to
programme end. OptiTime reduces the washing temperature, while the washing
performance is maintained. The more time is available for washing, the more the
washing temperature can be reduced. If higher wash temperatures with a germkilling effect are needed, a corresponding programme without the OptiTime function must be selected.
Separate rinsing / Separate spinning: The programme starts at the desired parts of
the programme and the programme sequence is shortened (see page 20).
Bio wash (alkaline detergent + bleach) /
Soap wash (water softener + soap detergent): The programme sequence is adapted for the use of multi-component detergents (see page 21).
Start/Pause: Touch the button to start or interrupt programmes. Touch the button
again to resume the programme after being interrupted.
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2 Programme overview
2.6
EcoManagement
Only active if «EcoManagement» is turned on in the user settings.
EcoManagement provides information on the energy and water consumption of
the appliance and supports the sustainable use of energy. The following consumption information can only be retrieved when no programme is running:
▪ Energy and water consumption of the last programme
▪ Total energy and water consumption
▪ Average energy and water consumption of the last 25 programmes
The energy and water consumption of a programme is displayed during programme selection. At the end of a programme, the energy and water consumption of the last programme run is displayed.
The values can vary according to programme, load, additional functions and user
settings.
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3 Operating the appliance
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Operating the appliance
3.1
Preparations
▸ Check the foreign body trap is inserted correctly.
▸ Insert the mains plug into a suitable mains socket.
▸ Turn on water tap.
▸ Press the button to open the appliance door.
3.2
Loading the washing
▸ Load up to a maximum of 8 kg dry washing.
full:
Normally soiled whites and coloureds
max. ¾:
Heavily soiled whites and coloureds
max. ½:
Easy care cottons, white and coloured
synthetics as well as mixed fabrics
max. ¼:
Delicates, woollens, silks, polyacrylics
and net curtains
Note: For wet loads, only half-fill the washing drum. The washing drum should not be loaded
with any one single, heavy item.
▸ Close the appliance door firmly.
If no programme selection is made within
5 minutes, all the displays go out. Touch anywhere on the TouchDisplay at any time to display the start screen again.
Coloureds
Select temperature
cold
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3 Operating the appliance
3.3
Adding washing detergent
Liquid detergent
1
a
Powder detergent
▸ Pull the detergent dispenser drawer out as far
as it will go.
▸ Pull the detergent dispenser drawer out as far
as it will go.
▸ Pull flap a upwards and
out and insert into
position 1.
▸ Pull flap a upwards and
out and insert into
position 2.
2
a
Note: Liquid detergent
▪ Do not fill past the upper mark.
▪ Only use for main wash with programmes without a pre-wash.
▪ Only use for temperatures of up to 60 °C.
▪ If washing with a delayed start, add to a dosing aid (e.g. ball) and place it directly in the
washing drum so that no detergent gets onto the washing during the delayed start time.
Compartments
I
Conventional washing
Pre-wash detergent
Compartment I
Main wash detergent
Compartment II
Fabric conditioner
Compartment
II
Bio wash
Alkaline detergent
Compartment II
Bleach
Compartment I
Fabric conditioner
Compartment
Soap wash
Water softener
Compartment I
Soap detergent
Compartment II
Fabric conditioner
Compartment
Note: Do not fill fabric conditioner past the upper mark.
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3.4
Detergent dosage
Adding too much washing detergent can cause excess foaming, The consequences: poor wash results, damage to the appliance in the worst case.
The correct dosage depends on the degree of soiling, the wash load, the water hardness and
the product used. Follow the manufacturer’s dosing instructions.
Water hardness
Soft
0 °fH to 15 °fH
Medium
15 °fH to 25 °fH
Hard
over 25 °fH
The local water authorities can provide
information on the level of water hardness in your area.
After adding the washing detergent
▸ Push the detergent dispenser drawer back in.
▸ Select a programme.
3.5
Dyeing textiles
Textiles can be dyed in the appliance using suitable dyeing agents. Follow the manufacturer’s
safety instructions and warnings.
Note: Each wash programme starts with brief draining. Add liquid dye components after this.
3.6
Selecting programme
Main wash programmes
When a programme is selected, all the necessary settings for it are assigned automatically.
Additional functions can be selected or deselected by using further buttons in other views.
▸ Close the appliance door.
The start screen appears.
Coloureds
Select temperature
cold
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3 Operating the appliance
60
▸ Touch the button for the desired programme.
The programme selected, the
expected duration, the expected programme end time and
the selectable additional functions are displayed. The indicator light for the selectable
60°C Coloureds
1 h 00
End 16 : 13
1200
button flashes.
▸ Touch the button.
The programme selected
starts.
Fabric programmes
▸ Touch the button.
The adjacent TouchDisplay appears.
▸ Touch the button repeatedly
until the desired fabric type
appears in the TouchDisplay.
Shirts
60
Fabric selection
Coloureds
Shirts
Woollens
Hand wash
▸ Touch the button for the desired fabric type.
▸ Touch the button for the desired temperature.
▸ Touch the button.
The programme selected starts.
Programmes for normally soiled cotton load
▸ Close the appliance door.
▸ Touch the button.
The adjacent TouchDisplay appears.
▸ Touch the button for the desired programme.
Extra
10° Standard
Steam anti-cr.
40° Standard
Proofing
Spinning
App. hygiene
▸ Touch the button.
The programme selected starts.
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Extra programmes
▸ Close the appliance door.
▸ Touch the button.
The adjacent TouchDisplay appears.
▸ Touch the button for the desired extra programme.
Extra
10° Standard
Steam anti-cr.
40° Standard
Proofing
Spinning
App. hygiene
▸ Touch the button.
The programme selected starts.
3.7
Selecting additional functions
60
▸ Touch the button for the desired programme.
The programme selected appears. All selectable additional
functions are displayed. The
indicator light for the selectable
60°C Coloureds
1 h 00
End 16 : 13
button flashes.
1200
▸ For desired additional functions, touch the corresponding buttons.
The new programme duration and programme end time are displayed
▸ Touch the button.
The programme selected starts.
3.8
EcoHybrid
▸ Touch the button while the indicator light is flashing. The
adjacent TouchDisplay appears.
▸ Touch the button for the desired EcoHybrid setting.
The new programme duration
and time are displayed.
▸ Touch the button.
The programme selected starts.
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EcoHybrid
Optimal
energy efficiency
Very good
e
nergy e
ffic
ffi
ciency
energy
efficiency
Good
energy efficiency
3 Operating the appliance
3.9
Delayed start
Selecting programme end time
The option «Programme end, OptiTime off» must be enabled in the user settings under «Programming delayed start / OptiTime» (see page 30).
60
▸ Touch the button for the desired programme.
▸ Touch the button.
The adjacent TouchDisplay appears.
1 8
▸ Enter the time the desired programme should end.
Progr. end time
1 8 4 5
▸ Touch the button.
The programme end time is
saved.
▸ Touch the button again if any
changes have to be made.
▸ Touch the button.
The delayed start time starts. The desired programme starts automatically
when the set time is reached.
Selecting programme start time
The option «Programme start» must be enabled in the user settings under «Programming
delayed start». (see page 30)
▸ Carry out steps analogous to those described in «Selecting programme end time».
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3 Operating the appliance
3.10
OptiTime
The option «Programme end, OptiTime on» must be enabled in the user settings under «Programming delayed start / OptiTime» (see page 30).
60
▸ Touch the button for the desired programme.
▸ Touch the button.
The adjacent TouchDisplay appears.
1 8
▸ Enter the time the desired programme should end.
Progr. end time
1 8 4 5
▸ Touch the button.
The programme end time is
saved.
▸ Touch the button again if any
changes have to be made.
▸ Touch the button.
The delayed start time starts with the additional function «OptiTime». The
desired programme starts automatically when the set time is reached.
3.11
Separate rinsing / Separate spinning
60
▸ Press the button for the desired programme.
▸ Press the button 1x.
Programme starts from «Rinsing» and «Spinning».
▸ Press the button 2x.
Programme starts from «Final rinse / Conditioning» and «Final spin».
▸ Press the button 3x.
Programme starts from «Separate spinning».
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3 Operating the appliance
3.12
Bio wash / Soap wash
To start Bio or Soap wash, «Multi-component detergent» must be enabled in the user settings
(see page 30). Ensure the alkaline detergent or soap detergent are added to the correct
compartment (see page 15).
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▸ Touch the button for the desired programme.
▸ Touch the button.
The adjacent TouchDisplay appears.
Bio wash
▸ Touch the desired washing detergent.
▸ Touch the button.
The programme selected
starts.
3.13
Select wash detergent
Standard
Pre-wash
Soap wash
Bio wash
Correcting entry
During programme selection, entries can be corrected as follows:
Clearing entries in the current view
▸ Touch the button.
Entries will be cancelled. The previous TouchDisplay appears.
Clearing all entries
▸ Touch the button repeatedly until the TouchDisplay goes dark.
All entries are cleared.
3.14
Aborting a programme
Note: Once a programme has started, only the spin speed can be changed. For any other
changes, the programme must be aborted.
▸ Touch the button repeatedly until «Draining» is displayed in the TouchDisplay. This part of the programme cannot be skipped and will be carried out
in full.
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3 Operating the appliance
3.15
With childproof lock activated
Selecting programme
How to turn the childproof lock on/off is described in «User settings».
▸ Close the appliance door.
The adjacent TouchDisplay appears.
731
▸ Touch the digits 7, 3, 1 in sequence.
Childproof lock
Code
731
0 0 0
▸ Touch the button.
The appliance is unlocked.
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▸ Touch the button for the desired programme.
Further steps can be taken without further regard to the childproof lock. If
no programme selection is made within 20 seconds, the «Childproof lock»
TouchDisplay appears again.
Aborting programme / opening appliance door at end of programme
▸ Touch the button.
The adjacent TouchDisplay appears.
731
▸ Press the digits 7, 3, 1 in sequence.
▸ Touch the button.
The appliance is unlocked.
▸ Touch the button repeatedly
until «Draining» appears in the
TouchDisplay.
The appliance door opens.
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Childproof lock
Code
731
0 0 0
3 Operating the appliance
3.16
Opening the appliance door during washing
The appliance door can only be opened if the indicator light for the
button is illuminated.
▸ Touch the button.
The appliance door opens. Laundry can be added or removed.
▸ Close the appliance door.
▸ Touch the button.
The programme is resumed.
Note: In the event of a power failure, the appliance door can only be opened using the emergency door release (see page 35). The programme sequence is automatically resumed following such a power failure.
3.17
End of programme
Unloading the washing before time
Shortly before the end of the programme, the washing is loosened up. This takes about 1–2
minutes.
Note: If steam anti-crease has been selected, the loosening-up period is extended to about
60 minutes to further prevent creasing.
▸ Touch the button to unload the washing during the loosening-up phase.
Door opener
The user settings that are enabled determine whether the appliance door opens automatically
when the programme ends and whether information on energy consumption is displayed or
not.
«Automatic door opener ON»
The appliance door opens automatically at the end of the programme and the washing can
be unloaded.
«Automatic door opener OFF» and «EcoManagement OFF»
When the programme has finished, the adjacent
display appears for about 20 minutes.
▸ Touch the button to open the
appliance door and unload the
washing at any time.
60°C Coloureds
0 h 00
End of programme
800
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3 Operating the appliance
«Automatic door opener OFF» and «EcoManagement ON»
When the programme has finished, the adjacent
display appears for about 20 minutes.
▸ Touch the button to open the
appliance door and unload the
washing at any time.
60°C Coloureds
0 h 00
End of programme
Consumption values
0.9 kWh
10
Stop after rinsing
The washing remains lying in the water after the final rinse. The water must be drained off before the washing can be unloaded.
Draining with spinning
▸ Touch the button 1x.
Draining without spinning
▸ Touch the button 2x.
Hygiene recommendation
▸ When the adjacent TouchDisplay appears, the next wash
cycle must be run at least at
60 °C or «Appliance hygiene»
must be selected under standard and extra programmes.
Hygiene recommendation
- At least 60°C programme
or select appliance hygiene
Each time after use
▸ Clean the detergent dispenser drawer.
▸ Pull the detergent dispenser drawer out as far as it will go in order for it to
dry.
▸ Remove any deposits or foreign objects from out of the door seal.
▸ Leave the appliance door slightly ajar to allow the washing drum and door
seal to dry.
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3 Operating the appliance
3.18
EcoManagement statistics
Energy and water consumption can be displayed before a programme starts
or after a programme ends.
Displaying the last programme
▸ Touch the button.
Last programme
The energy and water consumption of the last programme run is displayed.
Consumption values
0.9 kWh
10
Display total and average consumption
▸ Hold the button depressed for
3 seconds.
Total and average consumption are displayed.
▸ Touch the button to end statistic retrieval.
EcoManagement
Statistics
Total
390 kWh
920
Average
0.9 kWh
10
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4 Favourites
4
Favourites
Simple start to frequently used programmes.
Note: The appliance door has to be open to define, change or delete a favourite.
4.1
Defining favourites
▸ Touch the button.
empty
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▸ Touch one of the favourite
buttons.
▸ Select programme and additional functions.
▸ Touch the button.
▸ Touch one of the two adjacent buttons.
Yes
No
4.2
Save favourite programme.
Cancel action.
Changing favourites
▸ Touch the button.
60°C
▸ Select the favourite programme to be changed.
▸ Touch the button.
Change
▸ Make changes.
▸ Touch the button.
▸ Touch one of the two adjacent buttons.
Yes
No
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Save changes.
Cancel action.
4 Favourites
4.3
Deleting favourites
▸ Touch the button.
60°C
Clear
4.4
▸ Select the favourite programme to be deleted.
▸ Touch the button.
The favourite programme is deleted.
Starting favourites
▸ Close the appliance door.
▸ Touch the button.
60°C
▸ Select the desired favourite programme.
▸ Touch the button.
The programme selected starts.
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5 User settings
5
User settings
Providing no programme is running and no error message is displayed, the user settings
can be changed.
5.1
Preparations
▸ Touch the button.
The adjacent TouchDisplay appears.
Extra
▸ Touch the button.
10° Standard
Steam anti-cr.
▸ Select and change desired
settings and submenus.
40° Standard
Proofing
Spinning
App. hygiene
▸ Touch the button to save the
selected setting.
▸ Touch the button to select and
change any other settings.
▸ Touch the button to save any
changes and to exit «Settings».
5.2
FN 11014 000123
EcoHybrid
1200
Language
English
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Language
...
5.3
Settings
The language is set during the initial setup of the appliance. It can be changed.
Time
The time must be reset after a power failure lasting around 5 weeks. The appliance must not be disconnected from the
mains supply for at least 30 minutes
after making the settings.
5.4
Spin speed
400
.....
1600
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An increase in the spin speed is only assigned to suitable programmes. A reduction in the spin speed is assigned to all
programmes.
5 User settings
5.5
AquaPlus
Standard
▪ Standard: Normal water level.
1
.....
▪ more water: Increased water level.
▪ + 1 rinse: 1 additional rinsing cycle.
Skin protection
▪ more water + 1 rinse: Increased water
level, 1 additional rinsing cycle.
▪ Skin protection: Increased water
level, 2 additional rinsing cycles.
5.6
Degree of soiling
lightly soiled
1
There are 3 settings for degree of soiling.
.....
heavily soiled
5.7
EcoHybrid
optimal
There are 3 settings for energy efficiency.
very good 1
good
5.8
EcoManagement
On
1
Off
Statistics
When this function is activated, expected
consumption values appear at the start
of the programme and actual consumption values appear at the end of the programme. The stored consumption values
can be deleted as well.
Info
5.9
Hygiene info
On 1
Hygiene
info
Off
When the function is turned on, a wash
of at least 60 °C is recommended
whenever for hygiene reasons the formation of foul smelling coatings in the appliance is to be prevented.
1
Factory setting
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5 User settings
5.10
Childproof lock
On
Off
5.11
1
The childproof lock prevents a programme from being started accidentally.
The appliance can only be operated
after first entering the code 731.
Automatic door opener
Automatic
door opener
On 1
Off
When the function is turned on, the appliance door opens automatically when the
programme ends. When the function is
turned off, the appliance door can be
opened by touching the
5.12
Programming delayed start/OptiTime
Programme end,
OptiTime on
Programme end,
OptiTime off 1
Programme start
5.13
When the «Programme end» function is
turned on, the time a programme should
end can be defined. If the «OptiTime»
function is also turned on, the «OptiTime» function is automatically added
whenever a delayed start is selected.
When the function is turned on, adjusting
for very soft water prevents heavy foaming.
On
Off
1
Multi-component detergent
On
Multi-comp.
detergent
Off 1
5.15
When the «Programme start» function is
turned on, the time a programme should
start running can be defined.
Soft water
Soft
water
5.14
button.
When the function is turned on, the desired type of wash can be selected under the additional function «Pre-wash».
Silent
On
Off 1
When the function is turned on, programmes with the additional function
«EcoHybrid optimal» are quieter. This extends the programme duration slightly.
1
30
Factory setting
5 User settings
5.16
Loosening up the washing
30
secs.
10
mins.
Loosening
up
Touch the
button at any time to
open the appliance door. The washing
can be unloaded.
1
30
mins.
6 hrs.
5.17
Brightness
The display can be adjusted to the prevailing lighting conditions.
Dark
Medium bright
Bright
1
Very bright
5.18
Background image
Background
image
On
1
Off
5.19
The background image of the TouchDisplay can be turned off. In this case, the
background appears black.
Button tone
On
1
The button tone can be turned on and
off. The button tone for the
Off
5.20
and
buttons cannot be turned off.
Factory settings
Restore
Do not
restore
The factory settings can be restored. The
language if changed is not reset to the
factory setting.
1
Factory setting
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6 Care and maintenance
6
Care and maintenance
Using the correct dosage of detergent will automatically clean the inside of the appliance. Immediately wipe away all traces of detergent with a soft cloth to avoid staining.
6.1
Cleaning the detergent dispenser drawer (as required)
Cleaning the detergent compartments
▸ Pull the detergent dispenser drawer out as far as it will go, push the
release lever to the left and remove the detergent dispenser drawer.
l
▸ Wash out the detergent compartments.
▸ Clean the duct under the pre-wash detergent compartment l.
Cleaning the siphon and suction tube
1
▸ Pull siphon1 in fabric conditioner compartment upwards and out.
▸ Clean the siphon 1 and suction tube 2.
▸ Insert the siphon again correctly.
2
6.2
Cleaning the water inlet filter
Test the water inlet for leaks following maintenance work.
▸ To avoid blockages, periodically check and, if necessary, clean the
water inlet filter 1.
1
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6 Care and maintenance
6.3
Emergency draining
The water in the appliance may be hot. Scalding hazard! Allow to cool down 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:
▸ Open the drain tray by pressing it bottom right or with the use of the
liquid detergent flap.
▸ Fold the drain tray right down. It also functions as a receptacle for collecting any water that runs out.
▸ Carefully release the foreign body trap somewhat by turning it anticlockwise and steadily drain off the water.
▸ Close the foreign body trap by turning it clockwise and remove the
drain tray from the front.
▸ Empty the drain tray and then put it back, pushing it in straight as far
as it will go.
Note: The drain tray can be removed and a larger receptacle used in
its place to draining off the water. The appliance can hold up to 30
litres of water.
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6 Care and maintenance
6.4
Cleaning the foreign body trap
Note: Clean the foreign body trap at regular intervals as well as after washing, for instance,
pet blankets or other wash items that cause a thick build-up of fluff.
▸ Open the appliance door.
▸ Drain off any residual water (see page 33).
1
2
3
▸ Remove any foreign objects (buttons, coins, etc.) from around the impeller 1.
▸ Using the emergency door release tool 2, check that the drain pump
impeller can turn.
Note: The impeller 1 may turn stiffly. This is construction related and
does not indicate the presence of any foreign object or defect. If the
impeller does not turn, please contact our Customer Services.
▸ Insert the foreign body trap – with the arrow-like cam 3 pointing upwards – as far as it will go.
▸ Screw the foreign body trap in clockwise as far as it will go.
▸ Put the drain tray back and close it to.
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6 Care and maintenance
6.5
Opening the appliance door in the event of a power failure
Wait until the washing drum is completely stationary. A washing drum that is still
rotating poses a risk of serious injury.
▸ Close the water tap and disconnect the appliance from the mains.
▸ Open the drain tray by pressing it at the bottom or with the use of the
liquid detergent flap.
▸ Fold the drain tray right down. If necessary, carry out emergency
draining.
▸ Remove drain tray.
▸ Remove the emergency door release tool 1 from its bracket.
1
a.
2
▸ Insert emergency door release tool into blue opening cap 2 and turn
in direction of arrow.
a. Door opens from right
b. Door opens from left
b.
The appliance door springs open.
Note: If the emergency door release tool is missing, a screw driver
can be used instead.
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7 Trouble-shooting
7
Trouble-shooting
You may be able to trouble-shoot the following errors yourself. If not, note down the error
message in full (message, F and E numbers) and call Customer Services.
7.1
Error messages
Display
Possible cause
Solution
A2
Check water outlet
▪ The foreign body trap is
clogged.
▸ Check cause (see page 34).
▪ The drain pump is
blocked.
▸ Touch the
button.
▸ Restart the programme.
▪ The drain hose is bent or
kinked.
▪ The outlet or drain trap is
clogged.
A3
Clean foreign body
trap
A5
Spin stop:
Unbalanced load
▪ The foreign body trap is
clogged.
▪ The circulation nozzle is
clogged.
▸ Check cause (see page 34).
▸ Touch the
button.
▸ Restart the programme.
▪ Large items are unevenly ▸ Wash large and small items together.
distributed in the washing
drum.
▪ Pillows or similar items in ▸ Remove the pillows.
the wash.
▸ Spin the washing again.
▸ Spin the pillows separately.
▪ Wash items are tangled. ▸ Separate the wash items.
▸ Fasten duvet covers and pillow cases.
▸ Spin the washing again.
A6
Check foreign body
trap
▪ The foreign body trap is
missing or is not sitting
correctly.
▸ Check cause (see page 34).
▸ Touch the
button.
▸ Restart the programme.
A9
Check water inlet
▪ The water tap is turned
off.
▸ Clean water inlet filter or restore water
supply (see page 32).
▪ The water inlet filter is
clogged.
▸ Touch the
▪ Water supply is interrupted.
▪ Water pressure is too
low.
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button.
▸ Restart the programme.
7 Trouble-shooting
Display
Possible cause
Solution
F6/E77
see instructions
FN XXXXX XXXXXX
▪ Anti-leak protection was
triggered.
▸ Turn off water tap.
▸ Note down error message in full and
appliance's FN.
▸ Touch the
button.
▸ Call Customer Services.
FXX/EXX
see instructions
FN XXXXX XXXXXX
▪ Various situations can
lead to an "F" message.
▸ Touch the
button.
▸ Switch off the power supply for about
1 minute.
▸ Switch the power supply back on
again and select a new programme.
▪ If the error appears
again:
▸ Note down error message in full and
appliance's FN.
▸ Interrupt the water and power supply.
▸ If there is laundry in the appliance:
carry out emergency draining, use
emergency door release and unload
laundry.
▸ Call Customer Services.
H20
▪ The water counter in the
inlet hose is defective. It
is still possible to wash
without a problem. The
water consumption displayed can deviate from
the actual consumption.
▸ Call Customer Services.
U1/E27
see instructions
FN XXXXX XXXXXX
▪ Faulty electrical connection.
▸ Touch the
▪ Overvoltage.
button.
▸ Switch off the power supply for about
1 minute.
▸ Switch the power supply back on
again and select a new programme.
▪ If the error appears
again:
▸ Have an electrician check the house
installation.
▸ Note down error message in full and
appliance's FN.
▸ Disconnect from the power supply.
▸ Call Customer Services.
Foam in main
wash:
Rinsing extended
▪ If there is very heavy
▸ Reduce the amount of washing deterfoaming, the programme
gent used next time.
is automatically extended ▸ Adjust detergent dosage to water
by a rinsing cycle. This
hardness (see page 16).
improves the wash results, but extends the programme time.
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7 Trouble-shooting
Display
Possible cause
Solution
Defective heat
pump. Washing at
reduced energy efficiency still possible.
▪ Defective heat pump cir- ▸ Call Customer Services and have heat
cuit.
pump checked. It is still possible to
wash with reduced energy efficiency.
Hygiene recommend.
▪ No wash cycle has been ▸ With one of the next wash cycles carry
carried out at a temperatout a wash with at least 60° C.
ure of at least 60 °C for
a longer period of time.
Or:
▸ Run «Appliance hygiene» programme
without laundry (see page 24).
Inlet water very
cold:
Heating extended
▪ Inlet water is very cold.
Heating is extended.
Too many items:
Heating extended
▪ The selected programme ▸ Adjust load to the max. load size (see
is intended for a smaller
page 14).
load. Heating and possibly rinsing is extended.
Large unbalanced
load:
Spin extended
▪ The appliance optimizes ▸ Wash large and small items together
the distribution of the
to avoid large unbalanced loads.
wash load to compensate an unbalanced
load. The final spin is extended.
7.2
▸ No action is necessary.
Other possible problems
Problem
Possible cause
The washing has
not been spun or
has been spun insufficiently.
▪ The spin speed set is too ▸ Increase the spin speed for the next
low.
wash cycle (see page 28).
Solution
▪ Too large an unbalanced ▸ Wash large and small items together.
load in the washing
drum.
▪ «Steam anti-crease» was ▸ Optimize appliance set-up according
selected and the applito installation instructions.
ance was not standing
level.
The appliance vibrates heavily when
spinning.
▪ The transport lock has
not been removed.
▸ Remove transport lock (see page 4).
▪ The feet of the appliance ▸ Set appliance feet so that the appliare not properly adjusance stands level.
ted.
▪ The load could not be
▸ Wash large and small items together.
optimally balanced in the
washing drum.
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7 Trouble-shooting
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
At the end of the
programme, the appliance door cannot be opened with
▪ The appliance door is
stuck.
▸ Press hard against the lock side of the
appliance door (i.e. front edge of appliance door).
the
button.
▸ Touch the
▪ An interruption in the
power supply.
button again.
▸ Use the emergency door release (see
page 35).
Water sounds after
programme has finished when washing drum is turned
by hand.
▪ The vanes are filled with ▸ The water is automatically pumped off.
water to compensate the
No action is necessary.
unbalanced load.
Traces of conditioner or water in
fabric conditioner
compartment.
▪ Siphon in fabric conditioner compartment is
missing or not inserted
correctly.
▸ Insert the siphon correctly (see page
32).
▪ Siphon or suction tube is ▸ Clean siphon and suction tube (see
clogged.
page 32).
Traces of powder
detergent in detergent compartment.
▪ Damp or lumpy washing ▸ Store washing detergent in a dry
detergent.
place.
▪ Washing detergent com- ▸ Wipe detergent compartment dry bepartment was damp and
fore adding the detergent.
a delayed start was selected.
▪ Water flow pressure is
too low.
▸ Open water tap fully.
▪ Water inlet is scaled up.
▸ Check water supply and, if necessary,
clean the water inlet filter (see page
32).
▪ Flap a was inserted in
▸ Pull flap a out and insert into position
2.
position 1 for liquid detergent.
2
a
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7 Trouble-shooting
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Laundry is still dry
after programme
has finished – no
error message.
▪ «Demo mode» is turned
on.
▸ Open the appliance door.
▸ Hold the
pressed.
and
buttons de-
▸ Simultaneously touch the
button.
In the display appears:
«Demo mode status: On"
▸ Touch the
demo mode.
button to turn off the
▸ Touch the
ting.
button to save the set-
see page
2 Adding washing detergent [} 15]
7.3
Unsatisfactory wash results
Result
Possible cause
Solution
White residue on
washing
▪ Despite intensive rinsing, ▸ Shake out or brush the wash items.
badly soluble com▸ Wash the items again with just a little
pounds in the detergent
washing detergent.
can be left on the wash▸ Use a liquid detergent that does not
ing.
contain zeolites.
▸ Select fabric type «Black garments» (see page 9).
Grey residue on
washing
▪ Grease and dirt particles ▸
left behind.
▸
▪ Residue from detergent, ▸
limescale and dirt
Increase detergent dosage.
Use heavy-duty washing detergent.
Adjust amount of detergent to water
hardness and degree of soiling of
washing (see page 16).
▪ Washing drum is overloaded.
▸ Put less laundry into the washing drum
(see page 14).
Washing feels hard
▪ Poor rinsing effect
through very soft water
(below 15 °fH).
▸ Select user setting «soft water».
Unsatisfactory
wash result using
detergent for coloureds
▪ Washing detergent used ▸ Use washing detergent containing
does not contain bleach.
bleach (see page 15).
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▪ Exceptionally heavily
soiled washing.
▸ More intensive programme, e.g. degree of soiling
soiled».
«heavily
7 Trouble-shooting
Result
Possible cause
Unsatisfactory
wash result using liquid detergent
▪ Liquid detergent does not ▸ Use washing detergent containing
contain bleach.
bleach (see page 15).
Soap deposits on
washing
▪ Water hardness is too
high.
Unsatisfactory rinsing performance
▪ Too much washing deter- ▸ Adjust washing detergent dosage to
gent.
water hardness and degree of soiling
(see page 16).
Fabric stains
▸ Soap detergent should only be used if
the water hardness is below 25 °fH
(see page 16).
▪ Very soft water (below
15 °fH)
▸ Select user setting «soft water».
▪ Rust stains
▸ Brush out pockets in garments.
▪ Chemical effect
▸ Wash items with metal parts separately.
▪ Residues from hair care
products, cosmetics and
plants can react with the
suds to cause a chemical reaction that can result in staining.
Colour run
Solution
▪ Non-fast colours in the
wash.
▸ Wash white and coloured textiles separately.
▸ Follow fabric care labels (see page 8).
▪ Items in the wash whose ▸ Empty garment pockets.
colour has run.
Holes, rips or tears
▪ Items in the wash with
zips or hooks open.
▸ Fasten zip fasteners and hooks before
washing.
▸ Wash delicates in a laundry bag or pillow case.
▸ Turn pockets inside out.
▸ Empty garment pockets.
▪ Chemical effect of wash- ▸ Do not put washing detergent directly
ing detergent, textile
onto the laundry.
quality
▪ Washing drum damaged ▸ Inspect washing drum for foreign obby foreign objects (e.g.
jects and damage.
nails, paper clips, etc.)
▸ Remove foreign objects.
▸ Call Customer Services if the washing
drum is damaged.
Fabric wear
▪ Washing drum overloaded
▸ Put less laundry into the washing drum
(see page 14).
▪ Friction between fabrics
during washing.
▸ Select additional function «Easy
care» (see page 11).
▪ Pilling
▸ Turn items inside out before washing.
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8 Spare parts
8
Spare parts
Please give product family and exact designation when ordering parts.
Drain hose 1.5 m /
4.0 m
Emergency door release tool
Foreign body trap
Siphon
Detergent dispenser drawer
Liquid detergent
flap
9
Drain tray
Technical data
Dimensions
Spin speed
Height
85 cm
Width
59.5 cm
Depth
62.5 cm
Weight
84 kg
Electrical connection
Pumping height of pump
1.2 m
See identification plate:
Dry load capacity
8 kg
▸ Open the drain tray.
The identification plate is
located next to the foreign
body trap.
Plumbing in
Connection to water supply
Cold water G¾"
Permitted pressure of water
supply
0.1–0.6 Mpa (1–6 bar)
Max. pumping height of drain
pump
1.2 m
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400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200,
1400, 1600 rpm
9 Technical data
9.1
Note for testing institutes
Set to the standard programmes according to AS/NZS 2040.2:2005 :
Programme
Load capacity
40 °C Coloureds normal
8 kg
▸ Touch the
button.
▸ Touch the
button.
▸ Touch the
10 °C Coloureds normal
button.
8 kg
▸ Touch the
button.
▸ Touch the
button.
▸ Touch the
button.
For test institutes we recommend for the measurement of end mode the door remains open
so that it matches normal use without user intervention. Note at the point of end mode the
door will automatically pop open.
Data for the 40 °C Coloureds normal programme
Load
capacity
Programme
duration
Energy
star rating
kg
8
hrs./mins.
3h20
5
9.2
Energy
consumption
kWh/cycle
0.51
Water
star rating
Water consumption
Residual
moisture
4.5
l/cycle
68
%
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Consumption values
The consumption data and programme times given serve only as a guide. They refer to the
maximum load capacity and can vary with, for instance, towelling material, a very cold water
feed, the degree of soiling selected or a smaller wash load. The time remaining shown and
the programme end time are adjusted accordingly.
Whites and coloureds programmes
Programme
Whites 95 °C
Coloureds 70
Coloureds 60
Coloureds 40
Coloureds 30
Coloureds 20
Coloureds 10
1
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
°C
Load
kg
1–8
1–8
1–8
1–8
1–8
1–8
1–8
Spin speed 1
rpm
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
Duration
hrs./mins.
2h25
2h10
2h00
1h40
1h30
1h05
0h59
Water
Litres
75
65
65
70
70
70
70
Energy
kWh
1.6
1.2
1.0
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.2
Factory setting
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9 Technical data
Extra programmes
Programme
Steam anti-crease
Proofing 20 °C
Appliance hygiene
1
Load
kg
1–1.5
1–3
0
Spin speed ¹
rpm
0
800
0
Duration
hrs./mins.
0h23
0h28
0h38
Water
Litres
1
12
9
Energy
kWh
0.1
0.1
0.7
Load
kg/items
max. 7 items
1–2.5
1–2
1 item,
max. 2 kg
3
Spin speed ¹
rpm
1000
800
600
800
Duration
hrs./mins.
1h57
0h58
0h50
1h44
Water
Litres
33
52
58
40
Energy
kWh
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.3
1000
1h32
40
0.3
1.5
3
5
400
800
1200
0h58
1h25
2h25
52
40
120
0.2
0.2
1.1
4
1.5
2
1h47
1h00
1h15
55
60
45
0.3
0.2
0.3
4
1200
400
Stop after
rinsing
1200
1h50
85
0.4
1.5
600
1h05
68
0.1
Factory setting
Fabric types
Programme
Shirts 40 °C
Woollens 30 °C
Hand wash 20 °C
Down 40 °C
Outdoor garments
40 °C
Silks 30 °C
Underwear 30 °C
Baby garments
60 °C
Denim 40 °C
WetClean 20 °C
Net curtains 30 °C
Black garments
40 °C
Black hand wash
20 °C
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Factory setting
9.3
VAS Vibration Absorbing System
As the washing drum starts to spin, if the control unit detects that the load is out of balance it
will interrupt the spinning action once or more. In this case, the appliance tries to improve the
distribution of the wash load in the washing drum.
When spinning, at all spin speeds the load is, where necessary, actively balanced in the
washing drum, whereby the hollow vanes are filled with the necessary quantity of water. This
ensures optimal care and draining of the washing.
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9.4
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.
9.5
EcoStandby
The appliance is equipped with an automatic energy-saving «EcoStandby» function to avoid
consuming energy unnecessarily.
All displays go out within minutes of a programme finishing. Energy consumption is reduced
to an absolute minimum. The safety functions, however, remain activated.
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Washing tips
10.1
Energy and water economy
▪ Where possible fill the drum to the maximum load capacity of the relevant programme.
▪ Select «Pre-wash» or «Soaking» only for washing that is heavily soiled or stained.
▪ For lightly soiled washing without staining select the «20 °C» main wash programme or
the additional function «Sprint».
▪ Select EcoHybrid level «optimal»
if the duration of the programme or the germ-killing
effect of high temperatures do not play a role.
▪ Select additional function «OptiTime» if washing using a delayed start or the germ-killing
effect of high temperatures do not play a role.
Spin speed
How much energy is consumed by subsequent tumble drying depends on the spin speed
set. The higher the spin speed set, the lower the remaining moisture content of the washing
at the end of the programme.
rpm
Residual moisture
(cotton)
1600
~44%
1400
~47%
1200
~52%
1000
~60%
800
~70%
600
~90%
400
~110%
Automatic door opener
Use the appliance with the automatic door opener switched on. When the appliance door
opens the appliance immediately enters the lowest possible stand-by power consumption
state.
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10.2
Avoiding damage
▪ Follow the fabric care symbols on garment labels.
▪ The wash temperature selected should agree with the recommended temperature range of
the washing detergent to ensure the washing detergent is at its most effective.
▪ Wash white and coloured textiles separately.
▪ Empty pockets and turn inside out. Remove any foreign objects (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.
▪ Fasten hook and eye fasteners and zips. These can damage the laundry and the drum.
▪ Fasten cloth belts, apron ties and duvet and pillow cases to avoid them getting tangled up.
▪ Wash smaller items (e.g. nylon tights, belts) and items with zips and hooks in a washing
net or cushion cover.
▪ Remove stains before washing using a suitable stain remover.
▪ Pre-treat heavily soiled areas (collars, cuffs, etc.) with soap, special detergent or paste.
▪ Textiles, such as dog or horse blankets, that are covered in animal hair should be brushed
out before washing.
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11 Disposal
11
Disposal
11.1
Packaging
Never allow children to play with packaging material due to the danger of injury or
suffocation. Store the packaging material in a safe location or dispose of it in an
environmentally-friendly way.
11.2
Safety
Render the appliance unusable to prevent accidents caused by improper use (e.g. through
children playing):
▸ Disconnect the appliance from the mains. With a fixed appliance, this is to be carried out
by a qualified electrician. Then cut the mains cable off flush with the appliance.
▸ Remove or disable the lock on the appliance door.
11.3
▪
Disposal
The «crossed-out wheelie bin» symbol indicates that waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE) must be specially disposed of. Such equipment can contain dangerous
and environmentally harmful substances.
▪ These appliances must be taken to an official collection point for recycling electrical and
electronic equipment and must not be disposed of with ordinary household waste. In this
way, you help conserve resources and protect the environment.
▪ Please contact your local authorities for more information.
11.4
Note on heat pump
This appliance is CFC-free. It contains fluorinated greenhouse gas covered by the Kyoto Protocol.
Heat pump
Hermetically closed
Greenhouse gas
R134a
Load capacity [kg]
0.240
GWP [(kg CO2)/(kg greenhouse gas)]
1430
Total GWP [t CO2]
0.343
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Quick instructions
Please first read the safety precautions in the operating instructions.
Starting programme
▸ Switch on appliance and turn on water
tap.
▸ Touch the
button. Programme
starts.
When programme has finished
▸ Press the
opens.
▸ Press the
laundry.
button. Appliance door
button and unload the
▸ Load laundry.
▸ Clean detergent dispenser drawer.
▸ Add washing detergent to detergent dispenser drawer.
▸ Push appliance door to, but do not
close.
▸ Select programme and any additional
functions.
Services & support
Register your appliance today online via
our website at www.vzug.com and benefit
from the best possible support in the event
of a malfunction – including during the
manufacturer's 2-year warranty period. You
will require the serial number (FN) and appliance designation to register your appliance. You will find them on the identification plate of your appliance.
Your repair order
You can find the telephone number of the
nearest V-ZUG service centre to you under
www.vzug.com →Service →Service hotline.
General queries, accessories and service
agreement
V-ZUG will be happy to help you with any
general administrative or technical queries,
to accept your orders for accessories and
spare parts and to inform you about our
progressive service agreements.
You can make your own note of the FN
and appliance designation or note them on
the service sticker which comes with the
appliance:
FN: ______________________________
Appliance: ________________________
V-ZUG Ltd, Industriestrasse 66, CH-6301 Zug
info@vzug.com, www.vzug.com
1013673-R03
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