Bosch WAY32540AU Instruction manual

Washing machine
WAY32540AU
en
Instruction Manual and Installation Instructions
Your new washing machine
You have chosen a premium washing machine made by Bosch.
Thanks to its innovative technologies, the washing machine is
distinguished by its perfect washing performance and its
economic consumption of water and energy.
Please take a couple of minutes to read and become familiar
with the advantages of your washing machine.
To meet the high quality demands of the Bosch brand, each
washing machine, which leaves our factory, is inspected
thoroughly to ensure that it functions properly and is in perfect
condition.
Further information on our products, accessories, spare parts
and services can be found at: www.bosch-home.com or contact
our customer service centres.
If the instructions for use and assembly describe various models,
reference is made to the differences at the appropriate places.
Explanation of the symbols
ã Warning!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates a
potentially dangerous situation which may result in death or
serious injuries unless it is avoided.
ã Caution!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates a
potentially dangerous situation which may result in slight or
minor injuries or damage to property and the environment.
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Instructions on how best to use the appliance as well as other
useful information.
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Contents
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Before washing
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Intended use
Safety instructions
Protection of the environment
Getting to know your appliance
Detergent drawer
Operating elements/Display elements
The main points in brief
Operating the appliance
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Before each washing
Washing
After washing
Programme overview
Programme settings
Consumption values
Appliance settings
Sensors – Your washing machine is so intelligent
Cleaning and maintenance
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Care and maintenance
Emergency lock release, e.g. if power failure occurs
Information on the display panel
Faults, what to do?
Customer service
Installing the appliance
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Index
Standard accessories
Installation
Remove transportation protection devices
Connecting the water
Alignment
Electrical connection
Before the 1st washing
Transportation, e.g. if moving house
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Intended use
Beforengwashi
Ø For use in the household only.
Ø The washing machine is suitable for washing machine-
washable textiles and hand-washable wool in wash liquor.
Ø The washing machine is suitable to be operated with cold
drinking water and commercially available detergents and
care products which are suitable for use in washing
machines.
Ø When dosing all detergents, cleaning aids, cleaning products
and cleaning agents, always follow the manufacturer's
instructions.
Ø The washing machine may be operated by children from 8
years of age, by persons who have limited physical, sensory
or mental abilities and by persons who have inadequate
experience or knowledge, provided they are supervised or
have been instructed by a responsible person.
Ø Keep pets away from the washing machine!
Read and follow the operating and installation instructions and all
other information enclosed with the washing machine.
Retain documents for subsequent use.
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Safety instructions
ã Warning!
Danger of death from electric shock!
Danger of death if live parts are touched.
– Never pull out the mains plug by tugging the power
cord.
– Insert/pull out the mains plug with dry hands only.
ã Warning!
Risk to children!
– Do not leave children unsupervised near the
washing machine.
– Children must not play with the washing machine.
– This will prevent children from locking themselves
in and suffocating.
On redundant appliances:
– Pull out the mains plug!
– Sever the power cord and discard together with
the plug.
– Destroy the lock on the washing-machine door.
– Children must not perform any cleaning or
maintenance work without supervision.
– When playing, children may become entangled in
the packaging/film and packaging parts or pull
them over their heads and suffocate.
Keep packaging, plastic film and packaging parts
out of the reach of children.
– When washing at high temperatures, the glass of
the washing machine door becomes hot.
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Prevent children from touching the hot washing
machine door.
– Detergents and care products may cause
intoxication if consumed or eye and skin irritation if
touched.
Keep detergents and care products out of the reach
of children.
ã Warning!
Risk of explosion!
Items of washing pretreated with solvent detergents,
e.g. stain remover/petroleum ether, may cause an
explosion when the washing machine has been
loaded.
Before hand thoroughly rinse items of washing by
hand.
ã Caution!
Danger of scalding!
When washing at high temperatures, you may be
scalded if you touch the hot wash liquor (e.g.
if draining hot wash liquor into a washbasin or if
draining the washing machine in an emergency). Allow
detergent solution to cool down.
ã Caution!
Risk of damaging appliance!
– Cover plate may break!
Do not climb on the washing machine.
– Opened washing machine door may break off or
washing machine may overturn!
Do not lean on the open washing machine door.
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ã Caution!
Danger when reaching into/gripping the rotating
drum!
If you reach into the rotating drum, you may injure your
hands.
Do not grip the rotating drum. Wait until the drum stops
rotating.
ã Caution!
Risk of coming into contact with liquid detergents/
care products!
If the detergent drawer is opened while the washing
machine is running, detergent/care product may spray
out.
Caution when opening the detergent drawer.
In case of eye/skin contact, rinse thoroughly.
If accidentally swallowed, seek medical advice.
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Protection of the environment
Packaging/Old appliance
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Dispose of packaging in an environmentally friendly manner.
This appliance has been identified in accordance with the
European Directive 2002/96/EG on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
The Directive specifies the framework for an EU-wide valid return
and recycling of waste appliances.
Hints and tips
Ø Utilise the maximum amount of washing for the particular
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programme.
Wash normally soiled washing without Pre-wash.
Instead of Cottons 90 °C programme select Cottons 60 °C
and EcoPerfect button. Comparable cleaning result with
significantly lower energy consumption.
Energy saving mode: The display panel light goes out after
several minutes, Start/Reload A flashes. To activate the
light, select any button.
The energy-saving mode is not activated if a programme is
running.
Automatic switch off: If the appliance is not operated for a
prolonged period, it automatically switches off before the
programme starts and when the programme has ended to
save energy. Switch on by pressing main switch # button.
If the washing is then dried in the tumble dryer, select spin
speed according to the instructions of the dryer
manufacturer.
Getting to know your appliance
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Detergent drawer
Dispenser I
Dispenser i
Dispenser II
Dispenser A
Detergent for prewash
Softener, starch. Do not exceed the maximum load.
Detergent for main wash, water softener, bleach,
stain remover
for dosing liquid detergent (not for all models)
For models with insert for liquid detergent:
The detergent drawer features an insert which is used as a dosing aid for liquid detergent.
² Do not use insert:
– For gel-like detergents and washing powders.
– For programmes with Prewash or Ready in option.
Position insert for dosing liquid detergent:
Completely remove detergent drawer.
Push insert forwards.
For models without insert for liquid detergent:
Dose liquid detergent according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Operating elements/Display elements
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² All buttons are sensitive, they only need to be touched gently.
i Press the main switch # button. Switch q
on and off the appliance.
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j Programme selector – can be rotated in
either direction. Programme Overview, r
refer to ~ Page 23
Programme settings:
~ Page 16, ~ Page 23
k EcoPerfect
l SpeedPerfect
m Easy-Iron
n Pre-wash
o Change appliance settings. Hold down
Temperature Ö and Spin Ö buttons for
appliance settings (end signal, button
signal, language, Autom. switch off) for
approx. 3 seconds.
Overview of all settings ~ Page 30
p Temperature selection, Select spin
speed, End time preselection button
Rinse Hold
Display panel for settings and
information
Start/Reload A button to start,
interrupt and cancel the programme
(e.g. Topping up the washing).
s Extra Rinse
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The main points in brief
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Insert mains plug.
Turn the tap on.
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Open the washing
machine door.
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Sort the washing.
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To switch on, press
the # button.
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Insert the washing.
Do not exceed maximum load.
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Open the detergent
drawer.
Select the programme, e.g.
Cottons.
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Dose detergent according to dosing recommendation.
Close the washing
machine door.
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If required, change presettings of the selected programme and/or select
programme settings.
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End of the programme
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Select
Start/Reload A.
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For switching the
machine on, press
the # button.
Turn off the mains
supply (for models
without Aqua-Stop).
Before each washing
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– Install and connect washing machine properly.
Refer to ~ Page 44
– Before the 1st wash, wash once without any washing.
~ Page 57
1. Preparing the washing
Sorting the washing according to:
Ø Type of fabric/fibre.
Ø Colour.
Ø Soiling.
Ø Follow manufacturer’s care information.
Ø Care label specifications:
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Cottons 95 °C, 90 °C
Coloureds 60 °C, 40 °C, 30 °C
Easy-Care 60 °C, 40 °C, 30 °C
Delicates 40 °C, 30 °C
Hand and machine-washable silk and woollens cold, 40 °C,
30 °C
Do not wash laundry in the washing machine.
Protecting the washing and the machine:
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– When dosing all detergents, cleaning aids, cleaning products
and cleaning agents, always follow the manufacturer's
instructions.
– Keep detergents and agents for the pretreatment of washing
(e.g. stain remover, prewash sprays, ...) away from the
surfaces of the washing machine. Using a damp cloth,
immediately remove any fine spray residue and other
residue/droplets.
– Empty pockets.
– Remove metal parts (paper clips, etc.).
– Wash delicates in the net/bag (tights, underwired bras).
– Close zips, button up covers.
– Brush sand out of pockets and collars.
– Remove curtain fittings or include in the net/bag.
– Wash new items separately.
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2. Preparing the appliance
Insert mains plug.
Turn on water tap.
3. Selecting programme and loading laundry in the drum
1. Open the washing machine door.
2. Check whether the drum has been completely emptied. If
required, empty. Otherwise, the load display may malfunction.
~ Page 32
3. Press the # button. The appliance is switched on.
Then always the Cottons programme preset at the factory is
displayed.
Displays for the Cottons programme:
– The indicator lamp is lit on the programme selector and
the main menu for the selected programme is indicated
on the display panel.
– For appliances with drum light:
After switching on the appliance, after opening and
closing the washing machine door as well as after starting
the programme, the drum is lit. The light goes out
automatically.
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4. Select a programme.
You can use the displayed programme
or select another programme, Programme overview, refer
to ~ Page 23,
5. Insert the washing.
The load screen for the selected programme (e.g. for Cottons) is
indicated on the display panel. The load screen is indicated
when the door is opened or when the amount of washing
is changed.
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– Unfold and load presorted items of washing. Mix large and
small items. Washing items of different size distribute
themselves better during the spin cycle. Individual items
of washing may cause an unbalanced load. ~ Page 32
– Do not load the laundry until the main menu for the
programme is displayed.
– The load bar progresses as the washing machine is loaded.
If the max. load is exceeded, the bar flashes. Do not exceed
indicated max. load. Overfilling reduces the washing result
and encourages creasing.
4. Add detergent and fabric care product
1. Pull out the detergent drawer.
2. Dosing in dispenser ~ Page 10 according to:
– Dosing recommendation on the display panel,
e.g. for Cottons:
Depending on the amount of washing in the washing
machine, a dosing recommendation is indicated on the
display panel. The indicated % refers to the dosage
recommendation of the detergent manufacturer.
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Ø = 40 % of the recommendation of the detergent
manufacturer
Ù = 60 %
Ú = 75 %
Û = 100 %
– Soiling.
– Water hardness (depending on model can be determined
using enclosed water hardness strip or is available from
your water utility company).
– Manufacturer’s instructions.
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– When dosing all detergents, cleaning aids, cleaning products
and cleaning agents, always follow the manufacturer's
instructions.
– Dilute viscous fabric softener and fabric conditioner with
water.
Prevents blockage of the overflow!
5. Changing programme settings
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Take care not to trap any items of clothing between the loading
door and rubber seal.
Close the door.
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The main menu for the selected programme is indicated again on
the display panel.
You can use the displayed presettings or adjust the selected
programme optimally to the items of washing by changing the
presettings or selecting additional settings.
Ø Change Temperature, spin speed, Finished in time. Refer to
~ Page 23, ~ Page 27:
Selecting and changing e.g. the Temperature × or Ö:
The settings are active without acknowledgement and are
displayed in the main menu.
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– If the buttons are held down, the set values automatically run
through (× downwards, Ö upwards).
– The respective programme duration is displayed by selecting
the programme. The programme duration is adjusted while
the programme is running if the programme duration requires
changing, e.g. due to changes in the programme settings,
foam detection, unbalanced load detection, the load or
soiling.
Ø Select addition programme settings:
~ Page 23, ~ Page 27
– EcoPerfect
For saving energy with a comparable washing effect to the
standard programme. When selected, the display lamp is
lit.
– SpeedPerfect
For a shorter wash time with a comparable washing effect
to the standard programme. Observe maximum load.
~ Page 23
When selected, the display lamp is lit.
Other settings can be selected depending on the model,
e.g. Rinse Hold button:
When selected, the button indicator lamp is lit and
a corresponding symbol is indicated on the display panel:
Easy-Iron button – {
Pre-wash button – s
Extra Rinse button – Ý Ë, Ì, Í (Rinse cycles)
Rinse Hold button – $
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6. Starting the programme
Ø Select Start/Reload A. The indicator light is on.
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Washing
Programme sequence
While the programme is running, the programme progress
is indicated on the display panel via corresponding symbols and
a progress bar. The bar progresses in the course of the wash
cycles.
The combined symbol á indicates the following programme
states:
! Pre-wash
ß Washing
O Rinse
Other symbols:
Þ Drain
B Spin
D Childlock has been activated
Å Overdosage of the detergent detected, additional rinse
cycles activated.
¼ is lit when the door is locked or unlocked.
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During the washing
Ø Childlock
To prevent the set functions of the washing machine from
being accidentally changed, the childproof lock
can be activated when the programme has started.
Activate/deactivate: press Finished in × for approx.
5 seconds.
The activated childproof lock is indicated on the display
panel by the symbol E .
If the programme selector is adjusted or a button is selected
while the childproof lock is active, the E symbol flashes
briefly.
Ø Topping up laundry
When the programme has started, washing can be reloaded
or taken out as required.
Select Start/Reload A.
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– If there is a high water level, high temperature or if the drum
is rotating, the washing machine door remains locked for
reasons of safety and reload is not possible. Follow the
information on the display panel. To continue the programme,
select the Start/Reload A button. The washing machine
door is locked and the programme continues automatically.
– Load display is not active during reloding.
– Do not leave washing machine door open for a prolonged
period – water could run out of the washing.
Ø Changing the programme
if you have mistakenly started a wrong programme.
1. Select Start/Reload A.
2. Select another programme.
3. Select Start/Reload A. The new programme starts from
the beginning.
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Ø Cancelling the programme
For programmes at high temperature:
1. Select Start/Reload A.
2. Cool down laundry: select Rinse.
3. Select Start/Reload A.
For programmes at low temperature:
1. Select Start/Reload A.
2. Select Spin or Drain.
3. Select Start/Reload A.
Ø End of programme by Rinse Hold. Programme stops
in the last rinse cycle.
– Select Start/Reload A. The programme continues with
the drain and spin cycles (if required change spin speed).
– If only the drain cycle, but not the spin cycle, is required,
select and start the Drain programme.
End of the programme
μ¸½¸Â¯´³ is indicated on the display panel.
If the symbol Å is also indicated on the display panel,
the washing machine has detected too much foam during the
wash programme and therefore automatically activates additional
rinse cycles to eliminate the foam.
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Dose less detergent in the next wash cycle with the same load.
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After washing
1. Open washing machine door and remove washing.
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– Do not leave any items of washing in the drum. In the next
wash they may shrink or discolour something else.
– Remove any foreign objects from the drum and the rubber
seal – risk of rust.
– Leave detergent drawer and door open so that residual water
can evaporate.
Before switching the machine off:
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– Always remove the washing. Otherwise, the load display may
malfunction.
– Always wait until the programme ends, as the appliance
could still be locked. Then switch the appliance on and wait
for the unlocking device.
2. Press the # button. Appliance is switched off.
3. Turn off the water tap.
Not required for Aqua-Stop models. ~ Page 64
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Programme overview
The presettings of the
programmes are highlighted
in bold.
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Programme/Type of washing
Settings/Information
Name of the programme
Brief explanation of the programme and
for which textiles it is suitable.
max. load
selectable temperature as °C
selectable spin speeds in rpm,
the max. spin speed and the
presetting depends on the
model
possible programme settings
at the Easy-Iron programme
setting: possible spin speeds
in rpm
Cottons
Hard-wearing textiles, heat-resistant
textiles made of cotton or linen.
².* reduced load at SpeedPerfect
setting
max. 8 kg/5 kg *
cold – 40 – 90 °C
0 ... 1200 ... 1600 rpm
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at p: 0 ... 800 rpm
Easy-Care
Textiles made of synthetic materials or
blended fabrics.
max. 3.5 kg
cold – 40 – 60 °C
0 ... 1200 rpm
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at p: 0 ... 600 ...800 rpm
Mixed Fabrics
Mixed load consisting of textiles made of
cotton and synthetics.
max. 3.5 kg
cold – 40 °C
0 ... 1400 ... 1600 rpm
¦,G,!,p,Ü,$
at p: 0 ... 600 ... 800 rpm
Delicates/Silk
For delicate, washable textiles, e.g. made
of silk, satin, synthetic fibres or blended
fabrics (e.g. silk blouses, silk scarf).
max. 2 kg
².For machine wash use detergent
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suitable for delicates or silk.
cold – 30 – 40 °C
0 ... 600 ... 800 rpm
at p: 0 ... 600 rpm
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The presettings of the
programmes are highlighted
in bold.
Programme/Type of washing
Settings/Information
W Wool
Hand or machine-washable wool or richwool textiles.
Especially gentle wash programme to
prevent shrinkage, longer programme
pauses (textiles rest in wash liquor).
max. 2 kg
cold – 30 – 40 °C
0 ... 800 rpm
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².Wool is of animal origin, e.g.: angora,
alpaca, lama, sheep.
².For machine wash use detergent
suitable for wool.
Allergy Plus
Hard-wearing textiles.
max. 8 kg/5 kg *
².For especially sensitive skin,
0 ... 1200 ... 1600 rpm
extended wash cycle at higher water
level, additional rinse cycle.
cold – 40 – 60 °C
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².* reduced load at SpeedPerfect
at p : 0 ... 800 rpm
Rinse/Freshen up
Extra rinse with spin.
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setting
0 ... 1200 ... 1600 rpm
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at p : 0 ... 800 rpm
Spin
Extra spin with selectable spin speed.
0 ... 1200 ... 1600 rpm
p
at p : 0 ... 800 rpm
Drain
the rinsing water, e.g. after Rinse Hold $
(without final spin cycle).
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The presettings of the
programmes are highlighted
in bold.
Programme/Type of washing
Settings/Information
Dark Wash/Jeans
Dark textiles made of cotton and dark
easy-care textiles.
Wash textiles inside out.
max. 3.5 kg
cold – 30 – 40 °C
0 ... 800 ... 1200 rpm
¦,G,!,p,Ü,$
at p: 0 ... 600 ... 800 rpm
Super Quick 15'
Extra short programme approx.
15 minutes, suitable for lightly soiled
washing as a small amounts of laundry.
max. 2 kg
cold – 30 – 40 °C
0 ... 800 ... 1200 rpm
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Sportswear
Textiles made of microfibres for sport and
leisure time.
².The laundry must not be treated with
max. 2 kg
cold – 30 – 40 °C
0 ... 800 rpm
fabric softener.
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².Before washing, remove all fabric
at p: 0 ... 600 ... 800 rpm
Down Wear
Machine-washable textiles filled with
down, pillows, blankets or duvets.
max. 2 kg
softener residue from detergent drawer
(all dispensers).
W
².Wash large items individually. Use
cold – 40 – 60 °C
0 ... 1200 rpm
mild detergent. Measure detergent
sparingly.
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Shirts/Blouses
Non-iron shirts/blouses made of cotton,
linen, synthetics fibres or blended fabrics.
At the p Easy-Iron setting, shirts/blouses are given a short spin only, hang up
dripping wet. ~ Self-smoothing effect.
max. 2 kg
² Wash shirts/blouses made of silk/
cold – 40 – 60 °C
0 ... 800 rpm
¦,G,!,p,Ü,$
at p: 0 ... 400 rpm
delicate materials in the Delicates/Silk
programme.
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Starching
²
The washing should not be treated with fabric softener.
Liquid starch can be used in all wash programmes. Pour starch
into the dispenser M according to manufacturer’s specifications
(if required clean beforehand).
Dyeing/Discolouring
Dye in household quantities only. Salt may attack stainless steel!
Observe specifications of the dye manufacturer! Do not discolour
washing in the washing machine!
Soaking
Pour soaking agent/detergent into dispenser II according to the
manufacturer’s instructions. Set programme selector to
Cottons 30 °C and select Start/Reload A. After approx.
10 minutes select Start/Reload A. After the required soaking
time, reselect Start/Reload A, if the programme is to be
continued or changed.
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Insert washing of the same colour. No additional detergent is
required, the soaking solution is used for washing.
Programme settings
Depending on the programme, you can use the programme
settings to adjust the washing process even more efficiently
to your items of washing.
Programme settings:
²
– are active without acknowledgement.
– not retained after appliance is switched off.
– can be selected or deselected or changed depending
on the programme progress.
Buttons
Notes
Temperature
×, Ö
Spin × , Ö
Before and during the programme the presettings
can be changed depending on the programme
progress.
The maximum temperature depends
on the programme and the maximum spin speed depends on the programme and model.
Finished in × , Ö
Delays the Finished in time (end of programme).
Before the programme starts, the end of the programme can be preselected in h steps up to
maximum 24h (h = Hour).
When the programme has started, the preselected
time is displayed e.g. for 8h and counts down until
the wash programme starts. Then the programme duration is displayed, e.g. 2:30h.
When the programme has started, the preselected
time can be changed as follows:
1. Select Start/Reload A .
2. Select Finished in button and change Finished in
time.
3. Select Start/Reload A.
Finished in ×
To activate/deactivate the Childlock. ~ Page 20
EcoPerfect F
For saving energy.
SpeedPerfect G
For a shorter wash time.
Easy-Iron {
Reduces creasing by special spin sequence followed
by fluffing and reduced spin speed.
² Residual moisture of the washing is slightly increased.
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Buttons
Notes
Pre-wash
!
Extra Rinse
Ý Ë Rinse cycle
Ý Ì Rinse cycles
Ý Í Rinse cycles
Additional rinse cycles depending on the programme, prolonged programme duration.
Rinse Hold
The washing remains in the water after the last rinse
cycle. End the programme. ~ Page 21
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For heavily soiled washing.
Pour detergent into dispensers I and II.
² Recommended application: for particularly sensitive skin and/or in areas with very soft water.
Consumption values
Programme
Additonal
function
Load
Energy
Water *** Programme
consumption ***
duration ***
Cottons 30 °C *
8 kg
0.35 kWh
77 l
2:31 h
Cottons 40 °C *
8 kg
0.89 kWh
76 l
2:41 h
8 kg
1.49 kWh
76 l
2:41 h
8 kg
0.85 kWh
57 l
3:56 h
Cottons 90 °C
8 kg
2.42 kWh
89 l
2:31 h
Easy-Care 40 °C *
3.5 kg
0.58 kWh
55 l
1:43 h
Mixed Fabrics
40 °C
3.5 kg
0.61 kWh
51 l
1:01 h
Delicates/Silk
30 °C
2 kg
0.15 kWh
34 l
0:43 h
Wool 30 °C
2 kg
0.20 kWh
39 l
0:40 h
Cottons 60 °C *
Cottons 60 °C
EcoPerfect **
*
Programme setting for tests according to currently valid European standard EN60456.
Information about comparability tests: To test the test programmes, wash indicated load
size at maximum spin speed.
** To be used for normally soiled laundry. Programme setting for energy labelling
according to AS/NZS 2040.
*** The values may deviate from the stated values depending on water pressure and
hardness, room temperature, type and amount of laundry, detergents used, fluctuations
in the mains voltage and selected additional functions.
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Appliance settings
The basic settings 3 sec. buttons (Temperature Ö and Spin
Ö), can be used to change the set values, e.g. the volume
of the button signals.
Simultaneously hold down basic settings 3 sec. buttons for
approx. 3 seconds:
Ø The access menu for changing the appliance settings
appears on the display panel.
Ø The Finished in ×, Ö buttons can be used to change
the set values.
If the buttons are held down, the set values automatically run
through.
Ø The Temperature ×, Ö and Spin × , Ö buttons can be
used to select other settings.
If the buttons are held down, the set values automatically run
through.
Ø To end the settings, wait or hold down the basic settings
3 sec. buttons again.
²
Settings are retained after appliance is switched off.
Settings
Set values
Notes
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Ê = off
Ë = quiet
Ì = medium
Í = loud
Î = very loud
Adjust volume of the end signal.
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Ê = off
Ë = quiet
Ì = medium
Í = loud
Î = very loud
Adjust volume of the button signals.
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Settings
Set values
Notes
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Sensors – Your washing machine is so
intelligent
Load adjust
Depending on the type of textile and load, the load adjust
optimally adjusts the water consumption in each programme.
Load sensor/Load display
The load sensor detects the load level in the washing machine
when the door is open. This is indicated by a progressing bar on
the display panel.
²
To ensure that the load sensor measures all the laundry, the drum
must be empty before the washing machine is switched on.
Dosing recommendation
A detergent dosage recommendation is displayed depending on
the selected programme and the detected load. ~ Page 15
²
By observing the recommended dosage, you will protect
the environment and reduce your household costs.
Unbalanced load detection system
The automatic unbalanced load detection system spins the
laundry several times to ensure even distribution.
For reasons of safety the speed is reduced or does not perform
a spin cycle if the washing is very unevenly distributed.
²
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Distribute small and large items of washing in the drum.
Faults, what to do? ~ Page 39
Care and maintenance
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ã Warning!
Danger of death from electric shock!
Danger of death if live parts are touched.
Switch off the appliance. Pull out the mains
plug!
ã Caution!
Fire and explosion hazard!
If solvent cleaning agents, e.g. petroleum
ether, are used in the washing machine,
components may be damaged and toxic
fumes generated.
Do not use solvent-based cleaning agents.
ã Caution!
Washing machine may be damaged!
If solvent cleaning agents, e.g. petroleum
ether, are used on the washing machine,
the surfaces may be damaged.
Do not use solvent-based cleaning agents.
Machine housing/Control panel
Ø Remove detergent residue immediately.
Ø Wipe with a soft, damp cloth.
Ø Do not clean the appliance with a water jet.
Drum
Use chlorine-free cleaning agent, not steel wool.
33
Descaling
Not required if detergent dosed correctly. However, if this does
occur, follow the instructions of the descaling agent
manufacturer. Suitable descalers can be purchased on our
website or from customer service. ~ Page 41
Cleaning the detergent drawer
If it contains detergent or fabric softener residue:
1. Pull out, depress insert, take out drawer all the way.
2. Take out insert: using your finger, press insert upwards.
3. Clean detergent dispenser and insert with water and a brush
and dry.
4. Attach insert and lock into position (push cylinder onto guide
pin).
5. Insert detergent drawer.
²
Leave detergent drawer open so that residual water can
evaporate.
Drain pump blocked
ã Warning!
Danger of scalding!
Wash liquor is hot when washing at high
temperatures. You may be scalded if you
touch the hot wash liquor.
Allow detergent solution to cool down.
²
Turn the tap off to prevent more water from flowing in and to
ensure that it is drained via the pump.
1. Switch off the appliance. Pull out the mains plug!
2. Open service flap.
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3. Take the drainage hose out of the holder.
4. Remove sealing cap, allow detergent solution to flow out.
Have a suitable container ready.
Push up the closing cap and place the drain hose back in its
holder.
Note: Residual water may run out.
5. Carefully unscrew the pump cover. Clean the interior, pump
cover thread and pump housing (fan impeller in the
detergent-solution pump must rotate).
6. Reinsert and screw on pump cover. Handle should be
vertical.
7. Close the service flap. If required, lock disengaged service
flap beforehand.
²
To prevent unused detergent from flowing into the outlet during
the next wash: Pour 1 litre of water into dispenser II and start the
Drain programme.
Drainage hose on the siphon blocked
1. Switch off the appliance. Pull out the mains plug!
Note: Residual water may run out!
2. Loosen hose clip, carefully remove drainage hose.
3. Clean drainage hose and siphon spigot.
4. Re-attach drainage hose and secure connection point with
hose clip.
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Filter blocked in water inlet hose
First, release water pressure in the supply hose:
1. Turn off the tap!
2. Select any programme (except Spin/Drain).
3. Select Start/Reload A. Leave programme for approx. 40
seconds.
4. Press the # button. Appliance is switched off. Pull out the
mains plug!
5. Clean the filter:
Disconnect the hose from the water tap.
Clean filter with small brush.
and/or for standard and Aqua-Secure models:
Remove hose from the rear of the appliance.
Take out filter with pliers and clean.
6. Connect the hose and check for leaks.
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Emergency lock release, e.g. if power
failure occurs
The programme continues running when the power supply is
restored. If the washing is still to be removed, the door can be
opened as described below:
ã Warning!
Danger of scalding!
Wash liquor and washing may be hot.
If touched, there is a risk of scalding.
If required, leave to cool down.
ã Caution!
Danger when reaching into/gripping the
rotating drum!
If you reach into the rotating drum, you may
injure your hands.
Do not grip the rotating drum. Wait until the
drum stops rotating.
ã Caution!
Water damage possible!
Leaking water may cause damage.
Do not open the door if you can still see
water through the glass.
1. Switch off the appliance. Pull out the mains plug!
2. Drain the water. ~ Page 34
3. Pull down emergency release with a tool and release.
Door can then be opened.
37
Information on the display panel
Display
Cause/Remedy
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– Washing may be caught. Please open and close washing
machine door again and select Start/Reload A .
– If required, shut washing machine door or remove washing and
shut again.
– If required, switch appliance off and on again; set programme
and make individual settings; start programme.
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– Supply hose kinked/jammed.
– Water pressure too low. Clean the filter.
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– Drain pump blocked. Clean the drain pump. ~ Page 34
– The water drainage pipe/drain hose is blocked. Clean the
drainage hose on the siphon. ~ Page 35
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Water level or temperature is too high.
Select Start/Reload A to continue the programme.
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If the Start/Reload A button is pressed too frequently
(e.g. repeatedly reloading items of washing), the door lock may
overheat. Wait for the door lock to lock or unlock.
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not applicable without AquaStop
Water in the base pan, appliance leaking.
Call customer service! ~ Page 41
Error ´: XXX
Switch off appliance, wait 5 seconds and switch on again. If the
display is indicated again, call customer service. ~ Page 41
38
Faults, what to do?
Faults
Cause/Remedy
Water is running out.
– Correctly attach/replace drainage hose.
– Tighten screw-fitting on the supply hose.
Water not flowing in.
Detergent not
dispensed.
–
–
–
–
Washing machine
door cannot
be opened.
– Safety function active. Stop programme?
– Rinse Hold $ (without final spin) selected?
– Can be opened via emergency release only? ~ Page 37
Programme does
not start.
– Start/Reload A or Finished in time selected?
– Door closed?
– Childlock active? Deactivate.
Detergent solution is
not drained.
– Rinse Hold $ (without final spin) selected?
– Clean the drain pump. ~ Page 34
– Clean outlet pipe and/or drainage hose.
Water not visible in
the drum.
Not a fault – water below the visible area.
Spin result not
satisfactory.
Washing wet/too
damp.
– Not a fault – unbalanced load detection system has stopped the
spin cycle, washing unevenly distributed.
Distribute small and large items of washing in the drum.
– Easy-Iron p selected?
– Too low speed selected? ~ Page 23
Spin cycle activated
several times.
Not a fault – unbalanced load detection system adjusts imbalance.
Residual water in the
dispenser for care
product.
– Not a fault – effect of the care product not impaired.
– If required, clean insert. ~ Page 34
Odour formation in
the washing
machine.
Run Cottons 90 °C programme without washing.
Use standard detergent.
Loud noise
formation, vibrations
and “wandering”
during spin cycle.
– Appliance aligned?
Align the appliance. ~ Page 54
– Appliance feet fixed?
Secure appliance feet. ~ Page 54
– Transportation safety devices removed?
Remove transportation protection devices. ~ Page 48
Start/Reload A not selected?
Tap not open?
Filter blocked? Clean the filter.
Supply hose kinked or jammed?
39
Faults
Cause/Remedy
Display panel/
indicator lights do
not function while
the appliance is
running.
– Power failure?
– Fuse tripped? Switch on/replace fuse.
– If the fault occurs repeatedly, call customer service. ~ Page 41
The programme
takes longer than
usual.
– Not a fault – unbalanced load detection system adjusts
imbalance by repeatedly distributing the washing.
– Not a fault – foam detection system active – several rinse cycles
are switched on.
Detergent residue
on the washing.
– Occasionally phosphate-free detergents contain water-insoluble
residue.
– Select Rinse/Freshen up or brush the laundry after washing.
In the pause status
Start/Reload A
flashes very quickly
and a signal sounds.
– Water level too high. Washing cannot be reloaded. Immediately
close washing machine door.
– Select Start/Reload A to continue the programme.
If a fault cannot be rectified (switching the machine on and off) or a repair is required:
– Switch off the appliance and pull out the mains plug.
– Turn off the tap and call customer service. ~ Page 41
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Customer service
If you cannot rectify the fault yourself, Faults, what to
do?~ Page 39, please contact our customer service. We will
always finds a suitable solution to avoid unnecessary visits by
technicians.
Please give customer service the product number (E-Nr.) and the
production number (FD) of the appliance.
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Rely on the competence of the manufacturer.
Contact us. You can therefore be sure that the repair is carried
out by trained service technicians who carry original spare parts.
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Also required for connection of the water drainage hose to a
siphon:
1 hose clip Ø 24–40 mm (DIY store) is also required for
connection to a siphon. Connecting the water ~ Page 52
Useful tools:
Ø Spirit level for alignment.
Ø Socket wrench
size 13: for loosening the transportation protection devices
~ Page 48 and
size 17: for aligning the appliance feet. ~ Page 54
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Hose and cable lengths
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reduced!
Available from dealer/customer service:
Ø Extension for Aqua-Stop or cold water inlet hose
(approx. 2.50 m).
Order no. WMZ2380, WZ10130, CZ11350, Z7070X0
Ø Longer supply hose (approx. 2.20 m), for standard model.
Technical specifications
Dimensions
60 x 59 x 85 cm
(width x depth x height)
Weight
depending on modell: 63–83 kg
Mains connection
Nominal voltage 220–240 V, 50 Hz
Nominal current 10 A
Nominal power 2300 W
Water pressure
100–1000 kPa (1–10 bar)
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Installation
²
Humidity in the drum is caused by the final inspection.
Secure installation
ã Warning!
Risk of injury!
– The washing machine is heavy – caution:
take care when lifting it.
– If the washing machine is raised by
protruding components (e.g. washing
machine door), the components may
break off and cause injuries.
Donot lift the washing machine by its
projecting parts.
ã Caution!
Risk of stumbling!
If the hoses and power cord are installed
improperly, there is a risk of tripping and
injury.
Lay hoses and cables in such a way that
there is no risk of stumbling.
ã Caution!
Washing machine may be damaged!
– Frozen hoses may tear/burst.
Do not install the washing machine in an
area where there is a risk of frost or
outdoors.
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– If the washing machine is raised by
protruding components (e.g. washing
machine door), the components may
break off and the washing machine may
be damaged.
Donot lift the washing machine by its
projecting parts.
²
– In addition to the safety information listed here, the local
water and electricity supplier may have special requirements.
– If in doubt, have the appliance connected by a technician.
ã Warning!
Risk of injury!
– The washing machine is heavy –
caution: take care when lifting it.
– If the washing machine is raised by
protruding components (e.g. washing
machine door), the components may
break off and cause injuries.
Do not lift the washing machine by its
projecting parts.
ã Caution!
Risk of stumbling!
If the hoses and power cord are installed
incorrectly, there is a risk of tripping and
injury.
Lay hoses and cables in such a way that
there is no risk of stumbling.
45
ã Caution!
Washing machine may be damaged!
– Frozen hoses may tear/burst.
Do not install the washing machine in an
area where there is a risk of frost or
outdoors.
– If the washing machine is raised by
protruding components (e.g. washing
machine door), the components may
break off and the washing machine may
be damaged.
Do not lift the washing machine by its
projecting parts.
²
– In addition to the safety information listed here, the local
water and electricity supplier may have special requirements.
– If in doubt, have the appliance connected by a technician.
Installation area
²
46
Stability is important to prevent the washing machine from
wandering!
– The installation area must be firm and level.
– Soft floors/floor coverings are not suitable.
Installing the appliance on a base or on a wooden joist
ceiling
ã Warning!
Washing machine may be damaged!!
The washing machine may wander during
the spin cycle and topple/fall off the base.
Always secure the washing machine feet
with fixing brackets.
Holding brackets: order no. WMZ 2200,
WX 9756, CZ 110600, Z 7080X0
²
If installing on a wooden joist ceiling:
– If possible, install the washing machine in a corner.
– Screw a water-resistant wooden panel (min. 30 mm thick) to
the floor.
Appliance installed under/between kitchen units
ã Warning!
Danger of death from electric shock!
Danger of death if live parts are touched.
The appliance cover plate must not be
removed.
²
– 60 cm cavity width required.
– Install washing machine only under a continuous worktop
connected firmly to the adjacent cupboards.
47
Remove transportation protection
devices
ã Caution!
Washing machine may be damaged!
Transit bolts which have not been removed
may damage e.g. the drum while the
washing machine is running.
Before using the appliance for the first time,
remove the 4 transportation protection
devices completely and keep in a safe
place.
ã Caution!
Washing machine may be damaged!
To prevent damage in transit when
transporting the washing machine
subsequently, always re-install the transit
bolts prior to transportation. ~ Page 58
Keep screw and sleeve screwed together.
1. Take the hoses out of the holders.
48
2. Take hoses out of the elbow and remove elbow.
3. Loosen and remove all 4 transportation lock screws.
4. Take the power cord out of the holders. Remove sleeves.
5. Prepare/separate cover.
6. Insert covers.
²
Lock covers firmly by pressing on the locking hook.
7. Insert hose holder.
8. Secure hoses in the hose holders.
49
Connecting the water
ã Warning!
Danger of death from electric shock!
Danger of death if live parts are touched.
Do not immerse Aqua-Stop safety device in
water (contains an electric valve).
²
– To prevent leakage or water damage, follow the instructions
in this chapter!
– Operate the washing machine with cold drinking water only.
– Do not connect to the mixer tap of an unpressurised hotwater apparatus.
– Use only the supplied inlet hose or one purchased from an
authorised specialist outlet, not a used one!
– If in doubt, have the appliance connected by a technician.
Water inlet hose
²
Water inlet hose: do not kink, crush, modify or sever (strength is
no longer guaranteed).
Optimum water pressure in the mains:
100–1000 kPa (1–10 bar)
Ø When the tap is turned on, the water flow is at least 8 l/min.
Ø If the water pressure is higher, install a pressure reducing
valve.
1. Connect the water supply hose.
ã Warning!
Threads for screw connections may be
damaged!
If the screw connections are tightened too
tightly using a tool (pliers), the threads may
be damaged.
Tighten plastic screw-fittings by hand only.
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to the tap (¾" = 26.4 mm):
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on the appliance:
for Standard and Aqua-Secure models
2. Carefully turn on the tap and check that the connection points
are not leaking.
²
Screw connection is under water pipe pressure.
Water drainage hose
²
– Do not kink or protract the the water drainage hose.
– Height difference between the placement area and drainage
point: 0–maximum 100 cm
Drainage into a wash basin
ã Warning!
Water damage possible!
If the attached drainage hose slips out of
the washbasin due to high water pressure
when draining the washing machine,
leaking water may cause damage.
Secure the drainage hose to prevent it from
slipping out of the sink.
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ã Caution!
The appliance may be damaged.
If the end of the drainage hose is immersed
in the drained water, water may be drawn
back into the appliance!
– The plug must not be in the plug hole.
– When the water is being pumped out of
the washing machine, check that the
water drains away quickly enough.
– The end of the drainage hose must not
be immersed in the drained water!
Installing the drainage hose:
Drainage into a siphon
ã Warning!
Water damage possible!
If the drainage hose slips off the siphon
connection due to high water pressure
when draining the washing machine,
leaking water may cause damage.
Connection point must be secured with
hose clip, Ø 24–40 mm (specialist outlet).
Connecting
52
Drainage into a plastic pipe with rubber sleeve or into
a gully:
ã Warning!
Water damage possible!
If the drainage hose slips off the plastic
pipe due to high water pressure when
draining the washing machine, leaking
water may cause damage.
Secure the drainage hose to prevent it from
slipping out of the sink.
Connecting
53
Alignment
1. Loosen lock nut in a clockwise direction with a wrench.
2. Check alignment of the washing machine with a spirit level
and, if required, correct. Adjust the height by rotating the foot.
54
²
All four feet must be firmly on the floor.
The washing machine must not wobble!
3. Tighten the lock nut against the housing.
Grip the foot and do not adjust the height.
²
– The lock nuts on all four appliance feet must be screwed
tightly against the housing!
– Loud noise formation, intense vibrations and “wandering”
may be due to incorrect alignment!
Electrical connection
Electrical safety
ã Warning!
Danger of death from electric shock!
Danger of death if live parts are touched.
– Never pull out the mains plug by tugging
the power cord.
– Insert/pull out the mains plug with dry
hands only.
– Never pull out the mains plug during
operation.
– Connect the washing machine to an
alternating current via a correctly
installed earthed socket only.
– The mains voltage and voltage
specifications on the washing machine
(appliance rating plate) must match.
– Connected load as well as required fuse
are indicated on the appliance rating
plate.
Ensure that:
– Mains plug and socket match fit.
– Cable cross-section is adequate.
– Earthing system has been installed
correctly.
– A damaged power cord may
be replaced by an electrician only.
A replacement mains cable can be
obtained from customer service.
– Do not use multiple plugs/couplings or
extension cables.
55
– If a residual-current-operated circuit
breaker is used, use only a type which
features this symbol: z.
Only this symbol guarantees compliance
with currently valid regulations.
– The mains plug must be accessible at all
times.
56
Before the 1st washing
The washing machine was inspected thoroughly before leaving
the factory. To remove any water left over from testing
procedures, the first washing cycle should be carried out without
laundry in the machine.
²
The washing machine must have been installed and connected
properly. See chapter Installing ~ Page 54
1. Check the machine.
²
Never switch on a damaged machine. Inform your customer
service. ~ Page 41
2. Remove protective film from the fascia.
3. Insert mains plug.
4. Turn the tap on.
5. Switch on the appliance.
6. Close the washing machine door. Do not load any washing.
7. Select the Cottons programme.
8. Select the temperature 90 °C.
9. Open the detergent drawer.
10. Pour approx. 1 litre of water (1¾ pt) into dispenser II.
11. Add standard detergent to dispenser II according
to manufacturer’s instructions for light soiling.
²
To prevent frothing, use only half the recommended amount
of detergent. Do not use any standard or mild detergents.
12. Close the detergent drawer.
13. Select Start/Reload Ü.
14. When the programme ends, switch off the appliance.
Your washing machine is now ready for use.
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Transportation, e.g. if moving house
Preparatory work
1. Turn off the tap.
2. Release the water pressure in the supply hose.
Maintenance – Filter in the water inlet hose
3. Drain any residual detergent solution.
Maintenance – Drain pump blocked ~ Page 34
4. Isolate the washing machine from the power supply.
5. Remove the hoses.
Installing transportation protection devices
1. Remove covers and keep in a safe place.
If required, use a screwdriver.
2. Insert all 4 sleeves.
Clamp mains cable on the holders. Insert and tighten the
bolts.
Before switching on the appliance:
²
58
– Remove the transportation protection devices! ~ Page 48
– To prevent unused detergent from flowing into the outlet
during the next wash: Pour 1 litre of water into dispenser II
and start the Drain programme.
Index
A
Alignment, 54
B
basic settings 3 sec., 11, 30
Button
Easy-Iron, 11, 17, 27
EcoPerfect, 11, 17, 27
Extra Rinse, 11, 17, 28
Finished in, 11, 16, 27
Pre-wash, 11, 17, 28
Rinse Hold, 11, 17, 17, 28
SpeedPerfect, 11, 17, 27
Spin, 11, 16, 27
Start/Reload, 11
Temperature, 11, 16, 27
Buttons
basic settings 3 sec., 11
C
Cancelling
the programme, 21
Care, 33
Drum, 33
Machine housing/Control
panel, 33
Changing
the programme, 20
Childlock, 20, 27
Cleaning
the detergent drawer, 34
the filter, 36
the siphon, 35
Connecting the water, 50
Water drainage, 51
Water supply, 50
Consumption values, 29
Customer service, 41
D
Descaling, 34
Detergent drawer, 10
Discolouring, 26
Display panel, 11
Dosing recommendation, 32
Drain pump blocked, 34
Drum light, 14
Dyeing, 26
E
Easy-Iron, 11, 17, 27
EcoPerfect, 11, 17, 27
Electrical connection, 55
Emergency lock release, 37
End of the programme, 21
Extra Rinse, 11, 17, 28
F
Fascia, 11
Faults, what to do?, 39
Finished in, 11, 16, 27
G
Getting to know your
appliance, 9
H
Hints and tips, 8
Hose and cable lengths, 43
59
I
Information on the display
panel, 38
Inserting
the laundry, 14, 15, 16
Installation, 44
Installing transportation
protection devices, 58
Intended use, 4
L
Load adjust, 32
Load sensor/Load display, 32
M
Maintenance, 33
O
Old appliance, 8
P
Packaging, 8
Pre-wash, 11, 17, 28
Programme overview, 23
Programme selector, 11
Programme sequence, 19
Programme
settings, 16, 23, 27
Protection of the
environment, 8
Q
Quick-reference
instructions, 12
R
Rinse Hold, 11, 17, 21, 28
S
Safety instructions, 5
Selecting
the programme, 15
Settings 3 sec., 30
Soaking, 26
Sorting
the washing, 13
SpeedPerfect, 11, 17
SpeedPerfect , 27
Spin, 11, 16, 27
Standard accessories, 42
Starching, 26
Starting the programme, 18
T
Technical specifications, 43
Temperature, 11, 16, 27
Topping up
the laundry, 20
Transport bolts, 48
U
Unbalanced load detection
system, 32
Unloading
the laundry, 22
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Aqua-Stop warranty
For appliances with Aqua-Stop only
In addition to warranty claims against the seller based on the contract
of sale and in addition to our appliance warranty we shall pay damages
under the following conditions:
1. If water damage is caused by a fault in our water safety system, we
shall make reparation for the damage with respect to private users.
Aqua-Stop have been correctly installed and connected according
to our instructions; this also includes a correctly installed AquaStop extension (original accessory).
4. Our guarantee does not apply to defective cables/hoses or to
fittings up to the connection on the tap.
5. Appliances which feature Aqua-Stop can be left unattended during
operation and it is not necessary to turn off the tap afterwards.
6. The tap should only be turned off if you are away for a prolonged
period, e.g. several weeks holiday.
To book an engineer visit and product advice
GB
0844 8928979
Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to 3
pence per minute.
IE
01450 2655
Please find the contact data of all countries in the enclosed customer service list.
Robert Bosch, Hausgeräte GmbH
Carl-Wery-Straße 34
81739 München
DEUTSCHLAND
9000758520 (9202)
*9000758520*
2. The liability warranty applies to the service life of the appliance.
3. A claim can only be made under the warranty if the appliance and