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Warnings
Disposal
4-5
International wash code symbols
5
Tips for environmental protection 5
Technical specifications
6
Installation
7
Unpacking
7
Positioning
7
Water inlet
7
Water drainage
8
Electrical connection
8
Description of the appliance
Detergent dispenser drawer
Use
Controls
10
Washing hints
11
Sorting the laundry
11
Temperatures
11
Before loading the laundry
11
Maximum loads
11
Laundry weights
11
Removing stains
11
Detergents and additives
Drying hints
12
13
Garments not suitable for drying
13
Drying symbols on garment labels
13
Duration of the drying cycle
13
Fibre residue
13
Additional drying
13
15-16
Drying only
17
Automatic washing and drying
17
3
18-19
20
21
Bodywork
21
Detergent dispenser drawer
21
Drain filter
21
Water inlet filter
21
Emergency emptying out
22
Frost precautions
22
Something not working?
13
Load
Washing only
Maintenance
10
10
15-17
Drying programmes
9
Control panel
Operating sequence
Washing programmes
9
14
23-24
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Warnings
The following warnings are provided in the interests of overall safety. You must read them carefully before
installing or using the appliance.
Installation
• Use only the recommended quantities of fabric
softener. An excessive amount could damage the
laundry.
• All internal packing must be removed before using
the appliance. Serious damage may be caused to
the machine or adjacent furniture if the protective
transit devices are not removed or are not
completely removed. Refer to the relevant
paragraph in the instruction book.
• Leave the porthole door slightly ajar when the
appliance is not in use. This preserves the door
seal and prevents the formation of musty smells.
• Always check that water has emptied out before
opening the door. If not, drain the water following
the instructions in the instruction book.
• Any electrical work required to install this
appliance must be carried out by a qualified
electrician.
• Always unplug the appliance and shut the water
tap after use.
• Any plumbing work required to install this
appliance must be carried out by a qualified
plumber.
General safety
• After having installed the machine, check that it is
not standing on its electrical supply cable.
• Repairs to the machine must be carried out only
by qualified personnel. Repairs carried out by
inexperienced persons could cause serious
danger. Contact your local Service Centre.
• If the appliance is placed on a carpeted floor,
ensure that air can circulate freely between the
feet and the floor.
• Never pull the power supply cable to remove the
plug from the socket; always take hold of the plug
itself.
Use
• During high temperature wash programmes and
during the drying cycle the door glass may get
hot. Do not touch it!
• This appliance is designed for domestic use. It
must not be used for purposes other than those
for which it was designed.
• Only wash and dry fabrics which are designed to
be machine washed and dried. Follow the
instructions on each garment label.
• Do not overload the appliance. Follow the
instructions in the instruction book.
• Make sure that all pockets are empty. Objects
such as coins, safety pins, pins and screws can
cause extensive damage.
• Do not machine wash garments saturated with
petroleum, methylated spirits, trichlorethylene, etc.
If such fluids have been used to remove stains
prior to washing, wait until they have completely
evaporated from the fabric before placing
garments in the appliance.
• Place small items such as socks, belts, etc. in a
cloth bag or pillowcase to prevent them getting
trapped between the drum and the tub.
• If you use a liquid detergent with a dispenser
which has to be placed directly in the drum,
remember to remove this dispenser before
drying.
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Child safety
• Keep all detergents in a safe place out of
children’s reach.
• Children are often not aware of how dangerous
electrical appliances can be. When the machine is
working, children should be carefully supervised
and not be allowed to play with the appliance.
• Make sure that children or pets do not climb into
the drum.
• When the appliance is to be scrapped, cut off the
electrical supply cable and destroy the plug with
the remaining cable. Disable the door catch in
order to prevent children from becoming trapped
inside while playing.
• The packaging components (e.g. plastic film,
polystyrene) can be dangerous to children danger of suffocation! Keep them out of children’s
reach.
Disposal
Packaging materials
The materials marked with the symbol
recyclable.
Machine
are
Use authorised disposal sites for your old appliance.
Help to keep your country tidy!
>PE<=polyethylene
>PS<=polystyrene
>PP<=polypropylene
This means that they can be recycled by disposing
of them properly in appropriate collection
containers.
Tips for environmental protection
To save water, energy and to help protect the
environment, we recommend that you follow these
tips:
• With adequate pre-treatment, stains and limited
soiling can be removed; the laundry can then be
washed at a lower temperature.
• Normally soiled laundry may be washed without
prewashing in order to save detergent, water and
time (the environment is protected too!).
• Measure out detergent according to the water
hardness, the degree of soiling and the quantity of
laundry being washed.
• The machine works more economically if it is fully
loaded (for both washing and drying cycles).
• The machine will consume less energy if the
laundry is adequately spun before being dried.
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Technical specifications
DIMENSIONS
Height
Width
Depth
MAXIMUM LOAD
Cotton
Synthetics
Delicates
Woollens
85 cm
60 cm
58 cm
WASHING
5.5 kg
2.5 kg
2.5 kg
2 kg
DRYING
2.5 kg
2 kg
-
SPIN SPEED
900 rpm max. (EW 970 W)
1000 rpm max. (EW 1070 W)
POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE/FREQUENCY
TOTAL POWER ABSORBED
MINIMUM FUSE PROTECTION
230-240 V/50 Hz
2050 W
10 A
WATER PRESSURE
50 kPa
800 kPa
Minimum
Maximum
This appliance complies with the following EEC Directives:
73/23/EEC of 19/02/73 relating to low voltage
89/336/EEC of 03/05/89 relating to electromagnetic compatibility.
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Unpacking
6. Set the machine upright and remove the two
remaining bolts from the back.
7. Pull out the three plastic spacers from the holes
into which the bolts were fitted.
8. Plug the open holes with the plugs which are
supplied with the instruction booklet.
All transit bolts and packing must be removed
before using the appliance.
You are advised to keep all transit devices so that
they can be refitted if the machine ever has to be
transported again.
1. Using a spanner, unscrew and remove the rear
right-hand bolt and lay the machine on its back,
taking care not to squash the hoses. This can be
avoided by placing one of the corner packing
pieces between the machine and the floor.
P0256
P0020
Positioning
Install the machine on a flat hard floor.
Make sure that air circulation around the machine is
not impeded by carpets, rugs etc. Check that the
machine does not touch the wall or other kitchen
units.
Carefully level by screwing the adjustable feet in or
out. Never place cardboard, wood or similar
materials under the machine to compensate for any
unevenness in the floor.
P0255
2. Remove the polystyrene block from the
underside of the machine and release the two
plastic bags.
3. Carefully remove the right-hand bag (1) then the
left-hand bag (2) by pulling them towards the
centre of the machine.
4. Unscrew and remove the feet.
2
P1065S
P1051
1
Water inlet
Connect the water inlet hose to a tap with a 3/4"
thread.
P1066
5. Fit the grid (A) on the bottom of the machine
using the four screws (B) you will find in the bag
containing the instruction booklet (only for EW
970 W).
Re-fit the feet.
P1088
B
B
P0021
The other end of the inlet hose which connects to
the machine can be turned in any direction. Simply
loosen the fitting, rotate the hose and retighten the
fitting, making sure there are no water leaks.
A
B
B
P1067
7
The inlet hose must not be lengthened. If it is too
short and you do not wish to move the tap, you will
have to purchase a new, longer hose specially
designed for this type of use.
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Water drainage
Electrical connection
The end of the drain hose can be positioned in three
ways:
This machine is designed to operate on a 230-240
V, single-phase, 50 Hz supply.
Hooked over the edge of a sink using the plastic
hose guide supplied with the machine. In this
case, make sure the end cannot come unhooked
when the machine is emptying.
This could be done by tying it to the tap with a piece
of string or attaching it to the wall.
Check that your domestic electrical installation can
take the maximum load required (2.05 kW), also
taking into account any other appliances in use.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED.
The manufacturer declines any liability
should this safety measure not be
observed.
The appliance is supplied with a 13amp plug fitted.
In the event of having to change the fuse in the plug
supplied, a 13amp ASTA approved (BS1363A) fuse
must be used.
Should the plug need to be replaced for any reason,
proceed as described below.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
P0022
In a sink drain pipe branch. This branch must be
above the trap so that the bend is at least 60 cm
above the ground.
Directly into a drain pipe at a height of not less
than 60 cm and not more than 90 cm.
The end of the drain hose must always be
ventilated, i.e. the inside diameter of the drain pipe
must be larger than the outside diameter of the drain
hose.
Green and Yellow
- Earth
Blue
- Neutral
Brown
- Live
GREEN & YELLOW
13A
E
The drain hose must not be kinked. Run it along the
floor; only the part near the drainage point must be
raised.
N
L
BROWN
BLUE
P1041
P1041
CORD CLAMP
The wire coloured green and yellow must be
connected to the terminal marked with the letter «E»
or by the earth symbol
or coloured green and
yellow.
The wire coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal «N» or coloured black.
P0023
The wire coloured brown must be connected to the
terminal marked «L» or coloured red.
Upon completion there must be no cut, or stray
strands of wire present and the cord clamp must be
secure over the outer sheath.
WARNING:
A cut off plug inserted into a 13 amp
socket is a serious safety (shock) hazard.
Ensure that the cut off plug is disposed of
safely.
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1 Detergent dispenser drawer
1
2 Programme chart
ENGLISH
Description of the appliance
3
3 Control panel
4 Drain filter
DRYING
Cottons
A Whites with prewash
B Whites
B Coloureds
C Rinses
D Long spin
F Drying
5 Adjustable feet
TEMPERATURE
PROGRAMMES
EW 970 W
Synthetics and special
60°- 95°
60°- 95°
40°- 60°
G Synthetics
H Quick cycle
J Short spin
K Drying
L Wool
M Delicates
N Rinses
P Drain
On-Off
30°- 60°
30°
Quick
Half
- 40°
- 40°
2
4
5
Detergent dispenser drawer
Prewash
Main wash
Fabric softener, starch
C0063
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Use
Control panel
DRYING
Cottons
A Whites with prewash
B Whites
B Coloureds
C Rinses
D Long spin
F Drying
TEMPERATURE
PROGRAMMES
7
8
EW 970 W
Synthetics and special
60°- 95°
60°- 95°
40°- 60°
G Synthetics
H Quick cycle
J Short spin
K Drying
L Wool
M Delicates
N Rinses
P Drain
On-Off
30°- 60°
30°
Quick
Half
- 40°
- 40°
1
2
3 45 6
1 Programme guide
5 On/Off button
2 Drying time selector dial
By depressing this button the machine starts
operating.
When depressed again, the machine stops.
Graduated up to 120 mins for cottons (blue section)
and synthetics (green section), this dial allows you to
select the desired drying time according to the type
and quantity of laundry and the required degree of
dryness.
Turn the dial clockwise only.
6 Quick Half button
Select this button to reduce water consumption on the
rinse cycle when washing a smaller load of cottons
and linens (max. load size=2.5 kg).
Cooling phase
To allow the laundry to cool down, a cooling phase
starts automatically 10 minutes before the end of
drying and this phase must in no circumstances be
reduced or interrupted.
7 Temperature selector dial
Turn this dial clockwise or anti-clockwise to select
the required temperature.
Position
means that the machine will wash with
cold water.
3 Drying indicator light
8 Programme selector dial
This light illuminates when the machine is drying.
Turn the dial clockwise to select the required wash
and drying programme.
4 Mains-on light
Before setting the dial to any position the machine
must be switched off by depressing the ON/OFF
button again.
This light illuminates when the machine starts
working and goes out when the ON/OFF button is
released.
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Laundry weights
Washing hints
The following weights are indicative:
bathrobe
Sorting the laundry
Follow the wash code symbols on each garment
label and the manufacturer’s washing instructions.
Sort the laundry as follows:
whites, coloureds, synthetics, delicates, woollens.
Temperatures
95°
60°
for normally soiled white cottons and linen
(e.g. tea cloths, towels, tablecloths,
sheets...)
for normally soiled, colour fast garments
(e.g. shirts, night dresses, pyjamas....) in
linen, cotton or synthetic fibres and for
lightly soiled white cotton (e.g.
underwear).
(cold) for delicate items (e.g. net curtains), mixed
30°-40° laundry including synthetic fibres and
woollens.
1200 g
napkin
100 g
quilt cover
700 g
sheet
500 g
pillow case
200 g
tablecloth
250 g
towelling towel
200 g
tea cloth
100 g
night dress
200 g
ladies’ briefs
100 g
man’s work shirt
600 g
man’s shirt
200 g
man’s pyjamas
500 g
blouse
100 g
men’s underpants
100 g
Removing stains
Before loading the laundry
Stubborn stains may not be removed by just water
and detergent. It is therefore advisable to treat them
prior to washing.
Never wash whites and coloureds together. Whites
may lose their “whiteness” in the wash.
Blood: treat fresh stains with cold water. For dried
stains, soak overnight in water with a special
detergent then rub in the soap and water.
New coloured items may run in the first wash; they
should therefore be washed separately the first time.
Make sure that no metal objects are left in the
laundry (e.g. hair clips, safety pins, pins).
Button up pillowcases, close zip fasteners, hooks
and poppers. Tie any belts or long tapes.
Oil based paint: moisten with benzine stain
remover, lay the garment on a soft cloth and dab the
stain; treat several times.
Remove persistent stains before washing. Rub
particularly soiled areas with a special detergent or
detergent paste.
Dried grease stains: moisten with turpentine, lay
the garment on a soft surface and dab the stain with
the fingertips and a cotton cloth.
Treat curtains with special care. Remove hooks or
tie them up in a bag or net.
Maximum loads
Rust: oxalic acid dissolved in hot water or a rust
removing product used cold. Be careful with rust
stains which are not recent since the cellulose
structure will already have been damaged and the
fabric tends to hole.
Recommended loads are indicated in the
programme charts.
Mould stains: treat with bleach, rinse well (whites
and fast coloureds only).
General rules:
Grass: soap lightly and treat with bleach (whites and
fast coloureds only).
Cotton, linen: drum full but not too tightly packed;
Ball point pen and glue: moisten with acetone (*),
lay the garment on a soft cloth and dab the stain.
Synthetics: drum no more than half full;
Delicate fabrics and woollens: drum no more than
one third full.
Lipstick: moisten with acetone as above, then treat
stains with methylated spirits. Remove any residual
marks from white fabrics with bleach.
Washing a maximum load makes the most efficient
use of water and energy.
Red wine: soak in water and detergent, rinse and
treat with acetic or citric acid, then rinse. Treat any
residual marks with bleach.
For heavily soiled laundry, reduce the load size.
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Ink: depending on the type of ink, moisten the fabric
first with acetone (*), then with acetic acid; treat any
residual marks on white fabrics with bleach and then
rinse thoroughly.
Quantity of detergent to be used
The type and quantity of detergent will depend on
the type of fabric, load size, degree of soiling and
hardness of the water used.
Tar stains: first treat with stain remover, methylated
spirits or benzine, then rub with detergent paste.
(*) do not use acetone on artificial silk.
Water hardness is classified in so-called “degrees”
of hardness. Information on hardness of the water in
your area can be obtained from the relevant water
supply company, or from your local authority.
Detergents and additives
Follow the product manufacturers’ instructions on
quantities to use.
Good washing results also depend on the choice of
detergent and use of the correct quantities to avoid
waste and protect the environment. Although
biodegradable, detergents contain substances
which, in large quantities, can upset the delicate
balance of nature.
Use less detergent if:
– you are washing a small load,
– the laundry is lightly soiled,
– large amounts of foam form during washing.
The choice of detergent will depend on the type of
fabric (delicates, woollens, cottons, etc.), the colour,
washing temperature and degree of soiling.
All commonly available washing machine detergents
may be used in this appliance:
– powder detergents for all types of fabric,
– powder detergents for delicate fabrics (60°C max)
and woollens,
– liquid detergents, preferably for low temperature
wash programmes (60°C max) for all types of
fabric, or special for woollens only.
The detergent and any additives must be placed in
the appropriate compartments of the dispenser
drawer before starting the wash programme.
If using concentrated powder or liquid detergents, a
programme without prewash must be selected.
The washing machine incorporates a recirculation
system which allows an optimal use of the
concentrated detergent.
Pour liquid detergent into the dispenser drawer
compartment marked
just before starting the
programme.
Any fabric softener or starching additives must be
poured into the compartment marked
before
starting the wash programme.
Follow the product manufacturer’s
recommendations on quantities to use and do not
exceed the «MAX» mark in the detergent
dispenser drawer.
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Drying symbols on garment labels
Drying hints
Always look at the garment label to check whether
garments can be machine dried.
As a dryer, the machine works on the condensation
principle.
The following symbols refer to drying:
Therefore, the water tap must be open and the
drain hose must drain water into a sink or into
the drain pipe, even during the drying cycle.
Machine drying is usually possible
Normal drying (normal temperature)
Gentle drying (reduced temperature)
Load
Do not machine dry
Sort of laundry
max. load
(dry weight)
Duration of the drying cycle
Linen and cottons
2.5 kg
The drying time can vary according to
Synthetics
2
• the final spin speed;
kg
• the required degree of drying (store dry or iron
dry);
Warning:
• the type of laundry;
Loads of washed laundry exceeding these values
must be divided before being dried, otherwise
poor results will be obtained.
• the size of load.
The usual drying times are indicated in the
programme chart. As you become more familiar with
the appliance, you will discover the drying times that
best suit your needs according to the various type of
fabric. It is a good idea to make a note of these
times.
Garments not suitable for drying
• Particularly delicate items such as synthetic
curtains, woollen and silk, garments with metal
inserts, nylon stockings, bulky garments such as
anoraks, bedcovers, quilts, sleeping bags and
duvets must not be machine dried.
Fibre residue
After drying fluffy fabrics, such as new towels, it is
advisable to perform the rinse programme N to be
sure that any residue that may remain in the tub is
completely removed and does not stick to garments
dried afterwards.
• Garments padded with foam-rubber or materials
similar to foam-rubber must not be machine dried;
they represent a fire hazard.
• Also, fabrics containing residues of setting lotions
or hair sprays, nail solvents or similar solutions
must not be machine dried in order to avoid the
formation of harmful vapours.
After each drying cycle the filter should be
checked and cleaned.
Additional drying
Should the laundry still be too wet at the end of the
programme, set another short drying cycle.
Warning! To prevent the formation of creases or
shrinking of fabrics, avoid excessive drying.
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International wash code symbols
These symbols appear on fabric labels, in order to help you choose the best way to treat your laundry.
Energetic wash
95
60
40
30
Max. wash
temperature
95°C
Max. wash
temperature
60°C
Max. wash
temperature
40°C
Max. wash
temperature
30°C
Delicate wash
60
Bleaching
Bleach in cold water
40
Hand wash
30
40
Do not
wash
at all
Do not bleach
Ironing
Hot iron
max 200°C
Warm iron
max 150°C
Lukewarm iron
max 110°C
Do not iron
Dry cleaning
Dry cleaning
in all solvents
Dry cleaning in
perchlorethylene,
petrol, pure alcohol,
R 111 & R 113
Dry cleaning
in petrol,
pure alcohol
and R 113
Do not
dry clean
high
temperature
low
temperature
Drying
Flat
On the line
On clothes
hanger
14
Tumble dry
Do not
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4. Depress the Quick Half button if
required
Operating sequence
Washing only
5. Select the temperature
Before washing your first load of laundry, we
recommend that you run a cotton cycle at 60°C,
with the machine empty, in order to remove any
manufacturing residue from the drum and tub.
Pour half a measure of detergent into the main wash
compartment and start up the machine.
Turn the dial to the required setting.
95
1. Place the laundry in the drum
Open the door.
M0045
Place the laundry in the drum, one item at a time,
shaking them out as much as possible.
Close the door.
6. Select the required programme
Turn the programme selector dial clockwise to the
desired position.
B
P0004
M0046
2. Measure out the detergent
Pull out the dispenser drawer until it stops. Measure
out the amount of detergent recommended by the
manufacturer in a graduated cup and pour it into the
main wash compartment
.
7. Start the machine
Depress the ON/OFF button: the mains-on light will
illuminate and the machine starts operating.
If you wish to carry out the prewash, pour detergent
into the appropriate compartment marked
.
3. Measure out the additive
On-Off
If required, pour fabric softener into the
compartment marked
, without exceeding the
«MAX» mark.
P0080S
C0064
C0065
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8. At the end of the programme
The machine stops automatically.
If you have selected a programme which ends with
the water of the last rinse in the tub, drain the water
before opening the door by selecting programme P
(drain) or J (drain and short spin).
The door is controlled by a safety device which
releases 2 minutes after the end of the programme.
Switch the machine off by pressing the ON/OFF
button. The mains-on light goes out.
Remove the laundry from the drum and carefully
check that the drum is empty so as to avoid any
forgotten items being damaged in a subsequent
wash (e.g. shrinking) or their colour running into a
load of whites.
If you do not intend to carry out another wash, close
the water tap.
Leave the door open to prevent the formation of
mildew and unpleasant smells.
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Drying only
Automatic washing and drying
(NON-STOP programme)
Warning! Do not exceed the maximum laundry
loads:
Warning! For NON-STOP programmes, it is also
essential not to exceed the maximum load sizes of
2.5 kg for cotton and 2 kg for synthetics.
- 2.5 kg for linen and cottons
- 2
kg for synthetics.
The water tap must be open and the drain hose
must be positioned in the sink or connected to the
drain pipe.
1. Load the laundry.
2. Add detergent and additive.
Do not use dosing device/ball when carrying
out a NON-STOP programme. The plastic
material with which it is made cannot
withstand the high temperature in the drum
during drying.
1. Load the laundry
2. Select the drying programme F (for cotton) or K
(for synthetics).
3. Select the drying time in the blue or green
section of the selector, according to the fabrics
(cotton or synthetics) to dry.
3. Select the wash programme.
4. Select the drying time.
4. Press the ON/OFF button to start the
programme.
5. Start the programme by depressing the ON/OFF
button.
5. At the end of the cycle press the ON/OFF button
again to switch the appliance off.
6. At the end of the programme press the ON/OFF
button again to switch the machine off.
6. Remove the laundry.
7. Remove the laundry.
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Washing Programmes
Programmes for cotton and linen
Wash programme
Degree of soil
and type of laundry
WHITES
WITH
PREWASH
For heavy soiled
cotton items.
WHITES
WITHOUT
PREWASH
White cotton, for
example normally
soiled work garments,
sheets, household
linen, underwear,
towels.
COLOUREDS
Coloured cotton or
linen fabrics, shirts,
underwear, towels,
blouses
Programme/
Temperature
A
60°-95°
B
60°-95°
B
40°-60°
Possible
option
Max.
load
Prewash at 40 °C
Wash at 60°-95°C
3 rinses
Long spin
Quick Half
5.5 kg
Wash at 60°-95 °C
3 rinses
Long spin
Quick Half
5.5 kg
Wash at 30°-60 °C
3 rinses
Long spin
Quick Half
5.5 kg
Description
RINSES
Separate rinse cycle
for hand washed
cotton and linen items
C
4 rinses
Long spin
5.5 kg
LONG SPIN
Separate spin for
cotton and linen items
D
Long spin
5.5 kg
Important!
• Programme B begins with a short drain, then the programme selector dial advances automatically to the
water filling position.
• We suggest you not to switch the appliance off and on during its operation. This would modify the
memorised programme in progress with unsatisfactory washing results.
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Programmes for synthetics, mixed fabrics, delicates and wool
Wash programme
Degree of soil
and type of laundry
SYNTHETICS
Heavy soiled synthetic
or mixed fabrics,
underwear, coloured
garments, non-shrink
shirts, blouses.
QUICK CYCLE
Slightly soiled
synthetic or mixed
fabrics, shirts,
blouses, underwear
SHORT
SPIN
WOOL
DELICATES
Separate spin for
hand washed delicate
items
Specially tested
programme for wool
garments bearing the
“Pure new wool, nonshrink, machine
washable” label.
Delicate fabrics, for
example curtains
Programme/
Temperature
Description
Possible
option
Max.
load
Wash at 30°-60° C
3 rinses
Stop with water left
in tub
2.5 kg
Wash at 30°C
3 rinses
Stop with water left
in tub
2.5 kg
J
Draining of water
and short spin
2.5 kg
L
Wash at
-40°C
3 rinses
Stop with water left
in tub
2 kg
Wash at
-40°C
3 rinses
Stop with water left
in tub
2.5 kg
2.5 kg
G
30°-60°
H
30°
-40°
M
-40°
RINSES
This programme can
be used for softening
hand washed
garments.
N
3 rinses, with fabric
softener, if required
Stop with water left
in tub
DRAIN
For emptying out the
last rinse water of
these programmes.
P
Draining of water
-
At the end of these programmes, the last rinse water is not emptied out, so as to avoid creasing of the fabrics.
To empty out the water, select programme J or P.
Important: In the pregramme G when the automatic NON-STOP washing plus drying programme is used, the
water is emptied out automatically and there is a short spin at 850 rpm before drying starts.
Important!
• Programme G for synthetics and L for wool begin with a short drain, then the programme selector dial
advances automatically to the water filling position.
• We suggest you not to switch the appliance off and on during its operation. This would modify the
memorised programme in progress with unsatisfactory washing results.
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Washing Programmes
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Drying Programmes
Degree of
drying
Type of fabric
Cotton and linen
(towels, T-shirts,
bathrobes)
Store dry
Suitable for
items to put
away without
ironing
Iron dry
Suitable for
ironing
Programme F
Max. load
Spin speed
Drying time mins
900 (EW 970 W)
95
Blue section
90
2.5 kg
1000 (EW 1070 W)
1 kg
900 (EW 970 W)
1000 (EW 1070 W)
60
55
Synthetic and mixed
fabrics (jumpers,
blouses, underwear,
household linen)
Programme K
2
kg
850
Green section
110
1
kg
850
70
Cotton and linen
(sheets, tablecloths,
shirts, etc.)
900 (EW 970 W)
2.5 kg
70
Blue section
65
1000 (EW 1070 W)
900 (EW 970 W)
Programme F
1 kg
1000 (EW 1070 W)
20
50
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1. Bodywork
3. Drain filter
Clean the outside of the machine with warm water
and a detergent used to handwash dishes. Rinse
with clean water and dry with a soft cloth.
The drain filter collects threads and small objects
inadvertently left in the laundry. Check regularly that
the filter is clean.
Important: do not use methylated spirits, solvents
or similar products to clean the bodywork.
Open the filter door.
Place a container under the filter and unscrew it.
2. Detergent dispenser drawer
After a while, detergents and fabric softeners leave
deposits in the drawer.
Clean the drawer from time to time by rinsing it
under a running tap. To remove the drawer from the
machine, press the button in the rear left-hand
corner.
P0011
To facilitate cleaning, the top part of the additive
compartments can be removed.
P0132
Pull out the filter.
Clean the filter under a running tap, then refit it,
screwing it fully in.
C0066
C0067
Detergent can also accumulate inside the drawer
recess: clean it with an old toothbrush. Refit the
drawer after cleaning.
P0133
P0040
4. Water inlet filter
If you notice that the machine is taking longer to fill,
check that the filter in the water inlet hose is not
blocked.
Turn off the water tap.
Unscrew the hose from the tap.
Clean the filter with a stiff brush.
P0038
Screw the hose back onto the tap.
P1090
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5. Emergency emptying out
If the water is not discharged (outlet pump is
blocked, filter or drain hose are clogged), proceed
as follows to empty out the machine:
• pull out the plug from the power socket;
• close the water tap;
• if necessary, wait until the water has cooled down;
• place a bowl on the floor under the filter;
• slightly loosen the filter to let the water come out
slowly;
• at the end screw the filter again.
6. Frost precautions
If the machine is installed in a place where the
temperature could drop below 0°C, proceed as
follows:
• Close the water tap and unscrew the water inlet
hose from the tap.
• Place the end of the drain hose and that of the
inlet hose in a bowl placed on the floor.
• Select programme “P” (draining) and run it until
the machine stops.
• Switch the machine OFF by depressing ON/OFF
button.
• Screw the water inlet hose back on and put the
drain hose back in its place.
By doing this, any water remaining in the machine is
removed, avoiding the formation of ice and,
consequently, breakage of the affected parts.
When you use the machine again, make sure that
the ambient temperature is above 0°C.
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Problems which you can resolve yourself.
Problem
Possible cause
• The machine does not start up:
• The door is not firmly closed.
• The machine is not plugged in or there is no power
at the socket.
• The main fuse or the fuse of the socket have
blown.
• The programme selector dial is not positioned
correctly.
• The ON/OFF button has not been depressed.
• The machine does not fill:
•
•
•
•
• The machine fills then empties
immediately:
• The end of the drain hose is too low. Refer to
relevant paragraph in “water drainage” section.
• The machine does not empty
and/or does not spin:
• The drain hose is squashed or kinked.
• A programme which ends with water in tub has
been selected.
• The drain filter is clogged.
• There is water on the floor:
• Too much detergent or unsuitable detergent
(creates too much foam) has been used.
• Check whether there are any leaks from one of the
inlet hose fittings. It is not always easy to see this
as the water runs down the hose; check to see if it
is damp.
• The drain hose is damaged.
• Unsatisfactory washing results:
• Too little detergent or unsuitable detergent has
been used.
• Stubborn stains have not been treated prior to
washing.
• The correct temperature was not selected.
• Excessive laundry load.
• The machine vibrates or is noisy:
• The transit bolts and packing have not been
removed.
• The support feet have not been adjusted.
• The laundry is not evenly distributed in the drum.
• Maybe there is very little laundry in the drum.
• The door will not open:
• The programme is still running.
• The door lock has not been released.
• There is water in the drum.
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The water tap is closed.
The inlet hose is squashed or kinked.
The filter in the inlet hose is blocked.
The door is not properly closed.
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Problem
Possible cause
• Spinning starts late or the
laundry is not spun enough:
• The electronic unbalance detection device has cut
in because the laundry is not evenly distributed in
the drum. The laundry is redistributed by reverse
rotation of the drum. This may happen several
times before the unbalance disappears and
normal spinning can resume. If, after 20 minutes,
the laundry is still not evenly distributed in the
drum, the machine will not spin. If at the end of the
programme the laundry is not spun enough,
redistribute the load manually and select the spin
programme.
• The machine will not dry or the
laundry is not dry enough
• The water tap is closed.
• The drain filter is clogged.
• The drying time has not been selected.
• An appropriate drying time has not been chosen.
• There is too much laundry inside the appliance.
Water is not
visible in the machine. The machine,
which is the result of modern technology, runs
in a very economical way with low water
consumption. Performance is
nevertheless excellent.
The machine makes an unusual
noise. The machine is fitted with a commutator
motor which improves machine
performance.
P1035UK
P1034UK
If you are unable to identify or solve the problem,
contact our service centre. Before telephoning,
make a note of the model, serial number and
purchase date of your machine: the Service Centre
will require this information.
Mod. ..........
Prod. No. ...........
Ser. No. .........
Mod. ..........
Prod. No. ...........
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Ser. No. .........