WASHING 2520 - 2530 - McCulloch Spares, Parts & Accessories

WASHING 2520 - 2530 - McCulloch Spares, Parts & Accessories
WASHING
2520 - 2530
SERVICE BULLETIN
AKO VS70 – VS80 TIMERS - TROUBLESHOOTING
The purpose of this document is to provide a clear and simple description of the steps that the service
engineer must take to identify and eliminate the causes of malfunctions on appliances fitted with VS70 and
VS80 timers.
Function
Timer code
Part number
Service manual
Other documents
VS70
124 3080 0x
124 30 80-00/7
599 34 01-27
599 34 53-88
VS80
132 0558 0x
132 05 58-00/8
599 34 32-78
599 34 53-88
Other features of these timers are described below:
RAPID ADVANCE IN 90/60°C COTTON CYCLES
As may be seen from the timer diagrams, starting of these programmes takes place in steps 3-5. When the
appliance is switched on, the timer advances rapidly to a position between the starting points for the
COTTON 40° and COTTON 60° programmes, during which water fill takes place. The water is heated only in
the COTTON 40° programme.
These rapid advance phases, especially in fixed-temperature models (i.e. those without temperature
regulators), may be erroneously interpreted as phases of the programme that are skipped. In effect, the
operation of the timer is correct since this is a hybrid timer; it is the electronic control system that, after
memorizing the selected programme, powers the timer motor for all the phases of the programme.
AUTOMATIC “1/2 LOAD” FUNCTION IN COTTON CYCLES
If, during drum rotation in step 15 (VS70) or step 14 (VS80) of the cotton programmes (1, 2, 3 or 4), reset
does not occur after the initial 1st level water fill, the timer detects that the wash load is smaller than normal.
In this case, the timer advances rapidly to position 17 (VS70) or position 16 (VS80) and does not perform the
drain cycle; the number of rinses, therefore, is reduced from 3 to 2,
N.B. Four rinses are always performed in the COTTON rinse programme (no. 5).
RAPID ADVANCE IN 60/50° SYNTHETICS AND 40° WOOL CYCLES
In these cycles, although less noticeably, the timer behaves in a fashion similar to that of the cotton cycles: at
the start of the programme, the timer advances rapidly; then the water fill takes place. The water is heated
only in the subsequent programme (synthetics 40°C or delicates 40°C).
HEATING IN 90/60° COTTON AND 60/50° SYNTHETICS CYCLES
If a power failure occurs or the user switches off the appliance two or three times while these programmes
are being performed (but before the heating phase ends), the selected programme will take place at a
reduced safety temperature of 40°C.
EN 2001-05-25
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SUMMARY OF TEST CYCLES
Testing the VS70 timer
Step
Step – programme
Functions
1
23 – FINAL SPIN – COTTON
Closure of door, (drain pump), motor
2
3 – COTTON 90°°C
(Drain pump), rapid timer advance and
water fill to 1st level
3
49 – DELICATES
Water fill to 2nd level + heating
4
59 – DRAIN
Drain pump (from full)
Operations performed
Water drain until 1st level pressure switch EMPTY (3 min. timeout) + sequence
of 3 spin impulses + final cotton spin (CF – 15 min. timeout); each spin impulse
is preceded by a number of low-speed reverse movements
Drain pump, after 5 seconds the timer advances rapidly to position 6, where
water fills to 1st level without motor movement (hot and cold water for UK
version) + 10 minutes normal movement (N)
Water fill to 1st level (cold) without motor movement, water fill to 2nd level (cold)
with delicate (D) motor movement and heating to 40°C max.
Water drain until anti-foam pressure switch is “EMPTY” + 30 sec. drain (3 min.
timeout)
Testing the VS80 timer
Step
Step – programme
Functions
1
23 – FINAL SPIN – COTTON
Closure of door, (drain pump), motor
2
3 - 90°°C COTTON
(Drain pump), rapid timer advance and
water fill to 1st level
3
49 - DELICATES
Water fill to 2nd level + heating
4
59 - DRAIN
Drain pump (from full)
5
25 – COTTON DRYING
Drying heater + condensation solenoid +
drying timer + fan + (motor and drain)
Operations performed
Water drain until 1st level pressure switch EMPTY (3 min. timeout) + sequence
of 3 spin impulses + final cotton spin (CF – 15 min. timeout); each spin impulse
is preceded by a number of low-speed reverse movements
Drain pump, after 5 seconds the timer advances rapidly to position 8 [in
positions 6 (2.5 sec) and 7 (12.5 sec) water is ducted into the pre-wash
compartment (cold water in EU versions, mixed water in UK versions)]; in
position 8, water fills the wash compartment to 1st level without motor movement
(hot water for UK version) + (10 minutes normal movement N)
(Water fill to 1st level without motor movement), water fill in wash compartment
to 2nd level with delicate (D) motor movement and heating to 40°C.
Water drain until 1st level pressure switch is “EMPTY” + 30 sec. drain (3 min.
timeout)
Drying at full power for the time entered using the drying timer (150 min. timeout)
with drying motor movement and drain.
Notes
Water fill to the prewash compartment is checked in the 1st step (cotton prewash)
Water fill to the bleach compartment (if any) is checked in position 15 (VS70) or 14 (VS80)
Water fill to the conditioner compartment is checked in position 21 (VS70) or 20 (VS80)
Other faults are checked in the respective timer positions.
Correct operation of the various functions is checked during the respective step: before replacing the timer, check that the button contacts close correctly, check the
value of the potentiometers and check the wiring that connects them to the timer
To check the anti-foam function on the VS70 timer, select an intermediate spin in the cotton rinses (steps 14 – 16 – 20)
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OPERATIONS TO BE PERFORMED DURING THE FIRST PHASE OF THE TESTING CYCLE
1
→ Functional check
Knob position
Step
Select the FINAL
COTTON SPIN
programme (step 23)
and switch the
appliance on
→ Fault
→ Check with machine off
Switching on
The WM does not switch on: the
pilot lamp is OFF
Start/door closure
The WM does not start: the pilot
lamp is ON
Drain
Drain pump inoperative
Drain pump blocked
No power to motor
Motor inversions when empty The motor starts at low speed
(no water in tub)
then stops immediately in both
directions
Motor does not reverse / rotates in
one direction only
Uncontrolled high-speed start
Timer advances to STOP
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Check the continuity of the power
cable, the wiring and the suppressor
(connectors on filter 1-3, 2-4). If these
are OK, check the main switch.
Check the closure of the timer
contacts: VS70: H3.2-G4.1;
VS80:H3.2-G6.1. If these are OK,
check the wiring and door lock
Winding / Impeller slippage
Foreign bodies / Filter clogged
Motor winding interrupted
Motor brushes (rotor broken)
Timer contact / Relay faulty
Pressure switch contacts faulty
Wiring
→ Component to be
repaired/replaced
Power cable, wiring, suppressor,
main switch
Timer.
Wiring/Door locking device
Drain pump
Clean pump and repeat test
Motor
Motor brushes / Motor
Timer
Pressure switch
Motor wiring
Winding of tachimetric generator
short-circuited or open
Coil of tachimetric generator
Timer faulty (electronic section)
Timer
Timer faulty (electronic section)
Timer
Timer
Timer
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OPERATIONS TO BE PERFORMED DURING THE SECOND PHASE OF THE TESTING CYCLE
→ Functional check
Knob position
Step
Timer advance after a few
seconds (8 – 15)
→ Fault
→ Check with machine off
Timer does not advance
Solenoid valve does not fill
Water fill to 1st level
2
Select the COTTON
90° PROGRAMME
(step no. 3 – heating
element not switched
on)
Fills beyond 1st level
Motor inversions when full
(with water in tub)
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Timer or pressure switch blocked on
“FULL” 1st level
Timer motor blocked/interrupted
Timer contact
Solenoid interrupted/blocked
Wiring to solenoid valve
Solenoid valve does not close
Pressure switch does not
switch/leaks
Tubes / Air chamber blocked or
perforated
“FULL” consensus signal not
Pressure switch does not switch
received, faulty contacts on
correctly
pressure switch
Motor does not rotate only with
load (i.e. washing in drum) or in
Timer faulty (electronic section)
impulse mode; when empty, motor
rotates correctly
Tachimetric generator faulty
Motor “jerks” when loaded
(damaged)
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→ Component to be
repaired/replaced
Timer / 1st level pressure switch
Timer
Timer
Solenoid valve
Wiring / Connectors
Solenoid valve / Wiring
1st level pressure switch faulty
Check, clean and repeat the test
!st level pressure switch faulty
(rarely occurs)
Timer (rarely occurs)
Coil of tachimetric generator
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OPERATIONS TO BE PERFORMED DURING THE THIRD/FOURTH PHASES OF THE TESTING CYCLE
→ Functional check
Knob position
Step
→ Fault
→ Check with machine off
Solenoid valve does not fill
2nd level water fill
Fills beyond 2nd level
Select DELICATES
cycle (step 49)
Select 40°C if the WM
features a
temperature selector
3
Heating element does not switch
on
Heating element switch-on
The phase is skipped after a few
seconds
If a temperature
regulator is fitted, set Skipping of phase
to 0°C
If temperature
regulator is not
Skipping of phase
featured, wait until the
water reaches 40°C
Drain from full
4
Timer does not advance
Timer does not advance
Timer contact
Solenoid interrupted/blocked
Wiring to solenoid valve
Solenoid valve blocked
Pressure switch does not
switch/leaks
Heating element interrupted/earthed
Anti-boiling pressure switch faulty
Check closure of timer contact:
VS70:G4.3-G4.4; VS80:G6.3-G6.4
Check the NTC sensor (25 KΩ
approx. at room temperature)
If the wiring and the NTC sensor are
OK, check continuity of wiring and
replace the timer
Continuity of wiring to selector
→ Component to be
repaired/replaced
Timer
Solenoid valve
Wiring / Connectors
Solenoid valve
2nd level pressure switch faulty
Heating element
Anti-boiling pressure switch
Timer
NTC sensor
Wiring / Timer
Wiring / Connector
Temperature selector faulty
Selector
NTC sensor incorrectly calibrated
Timer motor blocked
NTC temperature sensor
Timer
Timer advances before the
temperature is reached
Drain pump inoperative
NTC sensor incorrectly calibrated
NTC temperature sensor
Winding faulty / Impeller slippage
Drain pump blocked
Foreign bodies / Filter clogged
Drain pump
Clean pump/drain filter and repeat
the test
Pressure switch does not switch,
Then turn to step 49
the timer advances after the
(DRAIN)
Check for empty tub. 30
maximum time of 3 minutes
seconds after empty is
reached, rapid timer advance
The timer does not advance
Pressure switch closed on “EMPTY” Pressure switch
Timer motor blocked / no power
supply
Timer
(washer-dryers only)
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OPERATIONS TO BE PERFORMED DURING THE DRYING PHASE (PHASE 5 OF THE TESTING CYCLE)
VS80 timers only:
Knob position
Step
→ Functional check
→ Fault
→ Check with machine off
Drying timer contact faulty
Wiring faulty / interrupted
Thermostats faulty (open)
The drying heater does not switch Heating element interrupted/earthed
on
Timer contact G6.2-G6.6 does not
close correctly
Fan motor winding interrupted or
short-circuited; wiring
Fan does not switch on
Timer contact N4.4-V7.5 does not
close correctly
Condensation solenoid valve faulty
Does not dry correctly
(does not load, interrupted)
Drying timer
Wiring
Thermostats
Drying heater
Timer does not advance to stop
Drying timer
The drying phase is skipped
Select a drying time
and select COTTON Drying
DRYING (step 49)
5
TUrn the drying timer
Phase skipping and stop
to 0
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Drying timer contact faulty
Timer
Fan motor / Wiring
Timer
Condensation solenoid valve
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Checking the commutator motor
1) Check the connector blocks (wiring) and check for detached or bent terminals.
2) Check for the presence of traces / residue / build-up of water or detergent, and identify
the source.
3) Use a tester with a minimum scale of 40 Mohm to check for windings or other
components that are connected to mass or poorly earthed (read ∞) across each
terminal and the casing.
4) Check that each of the windings is as shown in the table below:
Motor
terminals
Check:
3÷4
Winding of tachimetric
generator
5 ÷ 10
6÷7
8÷9
1 ÷ 10
Stator winding (full
range)
Overheating cut-off
Rotor winding
Stator winding (half
range, presence of
terminal 1)
SOLE motor
[ Ohms ]
171 ÷ 196
F.H.P. motor
[ Ohms ]
126 ÷ 147
469 ÷ 540
CE.SE.T. motor
[ Ohms ]
64 ÷ 73
1.0 ÷ 2.2
1.0 ÷ 3.0
1.0 ÷ 2.0
0
1.5 ÷ 3.0
0
1.5 ÷ 3.0
0
1.5 ÷ 3.0
0.5 ÷ 1.0
0.5 ÷ 1.5
0.5 ÷ 1.0
N.B.: When checking the rotor winding, the measurement should be taken around the entire
perimeter, turning the shaft very slowly and checking for the presence of short-circuits
between the visible plates. Check the brushes for wear.
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P = overheating cut-out
R = rotor
S = stator
T = tachimetric generator
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BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM - VS70 TIMER (refer to the specific diagram for each model)
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BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM - VS70 TIMER (refer to the specific diagram for each model)
Other options
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
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DIAGRAM LEGEND
Suppressor
Start/Stop button
Pilot lamp
Door delay device
Door closure lamp
1st level pressure switch
2nd level pressure switch
Cold water solenoid valve
Hot water solenoid valve (UK version)
Drain pump
Anti-boiling pressure switch
Heating element
Anti-foam pressure switch
Timer motor
PCB
(Drum positioning device for top-loaders)
Motor (rotor)
Motor (stator)
Motor (protection)
Motor (tachimetric generator)
NTC temperature sensor
Spin speed/rinse hold regulator
Temperature regulation potentiometer
Wash time regulation potentiometer
Extra rinse button
Half load button
Soak button
Stains button
Heavy soiling button (UK version)
Reduced spin button
50° button
Daily wash button
Rinse hold button
Exclude spin button
Cold wash button
Short cycle button
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CONNECTORS ON VS70 TIMER (detach all connectors before measuring the contacts)
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CONNECTORS ON VS70 TIMER (detach all connectors before measuring the contacts)
BURNS ON THE TIMER PCB
In case of burning of the printed circuit of the timer, check that the problem is
not caused by another electrical component (short circuits, poor insulation,
water leakage etc.). Identify the timer connector that is connected to the burntout track and check the wiring that powers the component.
Problems reported with VS70 timer
Connector / Track
L2.1-L2.2
H3.1-H3.3
M9.4÷M9.9
Track between L2.1 and H3.3
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Component that caused
burning
Pilot lamp wiring
Drain pump
Motor
Drain pump
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BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM – VS80 TIMER (refer to the specific diagram for each model)
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BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM – VS80 TIMER (refer to the specific diagram for each model)
OTHER OPTIONS
DIAGRAM LEGEND
Washing Machines and Washer-Dryers
1. Suppressor
2. Start/Stop button
3. Pilot lamp
4. Door interlock
5. 1st level pressure switch
6. 2nd level pressure switch
7. Door closure lamp
8. Cold water solenoid valve
9. Hot water solenoid valve (UK version)
10. Drain pump
11. Timer motor
12. Heating element
13. Anti-boiling pressure switch
14. PCB
15. Motor
16. NTC temperature sensor
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17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
Spin speed selector
Wash temperature selector
Wash time selector
Extra rinse button
Half Load button
Rinse hold button
Rinse hold button (cotton)
Heavy soiling button
Spin speed/rinse hold selector
Reduced spin button
50°C button
Daily wash button
Exclude spin button
Cold wash button
Short cycle button
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Washer-Dryers only
32. Automatic drying contact
33. Drying timer motor
34. Safety thermostat
35. Drying heater
36. Drying thermostat
37. Manual-reset thermostat
38. Condensation solenoid valve
39. Drying pilot lamp
40. Fan motor
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CONNECTORS ON VS80 TIMER (detach all connectors before measuring the contacts))
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CONNECTORS ON VS80 TIMER (detach all connectors before measuring the contacts))
BURNS ON THE TIMER PCB
In case of burning of the printed circuit of the timer, check that the problem is
not caused by another electrical component (short circuits, poor insulation,
water leakage etc.). Identify the timer connector that is connected to the burntout track and check the wiring that powers the component.
Problems reported with VS80 timer
Connector / Track
L2.1-L2.2
H3.1-H3.3
M9.4÷M9.9
track between L2.1 ad H3.3
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Component that caused
burning
Pilot lamp wiring
Drain pump
Motor
Drain pump
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Models currently produced at Porcia (Italia)
VS70 Timer
91475604300
QW960
Husqvarna
91479101700
308.607 1/8336
91475604500
PL943C
Zoppas
91479101800
902.258 3/8335
Privileg
Privileg
91475604600
RL75PV
Zoppas
91479102000
RLP654CXV
Rex
91475604800
RTF942
Rosenlew
91479102001
RLP654CXV
Rex
91475605000
EWS965F
Electrolux
91479102100
RLP75CXI
Rex
91475605001
EWS965F
Electrolux
91479102101
RLP75CXI
Rex
91475605100
LAVAMAT CLARA846
AEG
91479102200
RLG654CXV
Rex
91475605500
PL943C
Zoppas
91479102201
RLG654CXV
Rex
91475605500
PL943CR
Zoppas
91479102300
RLG75CXV
Rex
91475605600
F902N
Zanussi
91479102301
RLG75CXV
Rex
91475606100
PL743CR
Zoppas
91479102400
RLS654CXV
Rex
91478058900
FLA1001W
Zanussi
91479102401
RLS654CXV
Rex
91478059000
FLA1101W
Zanussi
91479102500
CF2066
Zanker
91478059100
FLA1201W
Zanussi
91479102501
CF2066
Zanker
91478059200
932.169 6/8399
Privileg
91479102600
CF2266
Zanker
91478059300
881.695 1/8427
Privileg
91479102601
CF2266
Zanker
91478967900
QW860
Husqvarna
91479102602
CF2266
Zanker
91478968000
WA101
Hansa
91479102603
CF2266
Zanker
91478968100
WA121
Hansa
91479102700
BIW1000W
Tricity Bendix
91478969400
358.239 2/8382
Privileg
91479102800
BIW1200W
Tricity Bendix
91478969500
744.025 8/8383
Privileg
91479102801
BIW1200W
Tricity Bendix
91478969600
974.124 0/8384
Privileg
91479102802
BIW1200W
Tricity Bendix
91478970700
FLS1092
Zanussi
91479102900
EW1025F
Electrolux
91478970800
FLS1292
Zanussi
91479103100
LAVAMAT CLARA855
AEG
91478970900
886.116 3/8396
Privileg
91479103300
874.715 6/8418
Privileg
91478971600
F1005
Zanussi
91479103400
278.379 3/8419
Privileg
91478971700
F1205
Zanussi
91479103500
874.505 1/8414
Privileg
91478971800
EW914F
Electrolux
91479103600
263.457 4/8412
Privileg
91478972500
243.448 8/8437
Privileg
91479103700
252.936 0/8413
Privileg
91478972900
715/074-09//1230
Lloyds
91479103900
TF1230
Elektro Helios
91478973100
715/082-09//1150
Lloyds
91483004300
571.669 1/8339
Privileg
91478973200
715/085-09//1250
Lloyds
91483004400
347.557 1/8340
Privileg
91478973300
715/090-09//1090
Lloyds
91483004800
FLD1000
Zanussi
91478973400
715/107-09//1290
Lloyds
91483004900
FLD1200
Zanussi
91478973500
FLS1204
Zanussi
91484150000
AW873F
Arthur Martin Elux
91478974500
TF1040
Elektro Helios
91484150100
QW1160
Husqvarna
91479100300
EW1270F
Electrolux
91484150200
QW1045
Husqvarna
91479100301
EW1270F
Electrolux
91484150300
PM703B
Zoppas
91479100302
EW1270F
Electrolux
91484150400
PM705B
Zoppas
91479100303
EW1270F
Electrolux
91484150500
PM903B
Zoppas
91479100500
RL654CX
Rex
91484150501
PM903B
Zoppas
91479100501
RL654CX
Rex
91484150600
PMG705B
Zoppas
91479100600
RL654CXV
Rex
91484150700
PMB705SEL
Zoppas
91479100601
RL654CXV
Rex
91484150800
PMB705E
Zoppas
91479100700
RL654CXI
Rex
91484150900
FLN608
Zanussi
91479100701
RL654CXI
Rex
91484151000
FLN808
Zanussi
91479100800
RL75CXI
Rex
91484151100
FLN1008
Zanussi
91479100801
RL75CXI
Rex
91484151200
EW767F
Electrolux
91479100900
RL75CVX
Rex
91484151201
EW767F
Electrolux
91479100901
RL75CXV
Rex
91484151300
EW967F
Electrolux
91479101000
RL95CVX
Rex
91484151301
EW967F
Electrolux
91479101001
RL95CXV
Rex
91484151400
EW1067F
Electrolux
91479101100
RL95CXI
Rex
91484151401
EW1067F
Electrolux
91479101101
RL95CXI
Rex
91484151500
EW757F
Electrolux
91479101400
631.529 5/8320
Privileg
91484151600
EW957F
Electrolux
91479101500
163.557 2/8319
Privileg
91484151700
PM703B
Zoppas
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Models currently produced at Porcia (Italia)
91484151701
PM703B
Zoppas
91484153000
F1005
Zanussi
91484151800
PM705B
Zoppas
91484153100
F1205
Zanussi
91484151801
PM705B
Zoppas
91484153200
F902
Zanussi
91484151900
PM903B
Zoppas
91484153300
F1202V
Zanussi
91484151901
PM903B
Zoppas
91484153400
RTF3200
Rosenlew
91484152000
PMG705B
Zoppas
91484153500
CMF CENTURY2000
Marynen
91484152001
PMG705B
Zoppas
91484153600
CMF CENTURY2200
Marynen
91484152100
PMB705SEL
Zoppas
91484153700
F1002V
Zanussi
91484152101
PMB705SEL
Zoppas
91484153800
F1202V
Zanussi
91484152200
PMB705E
Zoppas
91484153900
F1207
Zanussi
91484152201
PMB705E
Zoppas
91484154100
EW1272F
Electrolux
91484152300
F802V
Zanussi
91488001800
618.951 8/8338
Privileg
91484152400
F1002V
Zanussi
91488002000
LZ9616U1
De Dietrich
91484152500
LFV1224
Faure
91488002100
LZ9616E1
De Dietrich
91484152700
252.994 9/8415
Privileg
91488002200
FI1203
Zanussi
91484152800
874.628 1/8416
Privileg
VS80 Timer
91460050100
WDA1055W
Zanussi
91460050200
WDA1255W
Zanussi
91460050300
W1002
Zanussi
91460050400
715/212-09//1000WT
Lloyds
91460050500
715/228-09//1200WT
Lloyds
91460050600
715/228-14//1200WT
Lloyds
91460050800
W1002
Zanussi
91460050900
W1002
Zanussi
91460051200
W1002
Zanussi
91460051300
WD1003
Zanussi
91463452600
W902
Zanussi
91478970400
FLA1001W
Zanussi
91478970500
FLA1101W
Zanussi
91478970600
FLA1201W
Zanussi
91478974000
F1005
Zanussi
91478974100
F1006
Zanussi
91478974200
F1205
Zanussi
91478974300
F1206
Zanussi
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