Gorenje WA 614 SYB User Guide
Instructions for Use
Washing machine
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Thank you for your confidence in purchasing our washing machine, and congratulations on the
excellent choice.
Your new washing machine meets the requirements of modern treatment of laundry. It is rational in
the consumption of energy, water and washing agents.
Our appliances are friendly to the environment. Some of the materials may be recycled, others
deposited or decomposed. To avoid pollution of environment, once your appliance is no longer
useful, take it to your local authorized waste appliance dealer.
The appliance is intended exclusively for use in households. If the appliance is used for
professional purposes, for profit, or for purposes beyond regular use in a household, or if appliance
is used by a person who is not a consumer, the warranty period equals the shortest warranty period
possible as stipulated by the relevant legislation.
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Description of washing machine .................................. 3
Cautions .......................................................................... 4
Installation and connection ........................................... 5
Operation......................................................................... 8
Tips for washing and energy saving .......................... 15
Cleaning and maintenance .......................................... 17
Troubleshooting ........................................................... 19
Tables ............................................................................ 23
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Description of washing machine
1. Front panel
2. Detergent dispenser
3. Door
4. Filter lid
5. Adjustable legs
6. Water outlet hose
7. Water inlet hose
8. Mains power cable
Technical information
(depending on model)
• Max. load: 5,5 kg / 5 kg
Dimensions (w x d x h):
600 mm x 440 mm x 850 mm
Depth with door open: 88 cm
Weight (net): 61 kg
Nominal voltage: 220 V / 230 V, 50 Hz
(depending on model)
Rated power: 2000 W
Power socket: (220 V / 230 V, 50 Hz, 10 A)
(depending on model)
Water pressure: min. 0,05 MPa, max. 0,8 MPa
Fuse: 10 A
Rating plate with basic information is located above the opening of the
machine.
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• Max. load: 6 kg
Dimensions (w x d x h):
600 mm x 600 mm x 850 mm
Depth with door open: 105 cm
Weight (net): 72 kg
Nominal voltage: 220 V / 230 V, 50 Hz
(depending on model)
Rated power: 2000 W
Power socket: (220 V / 230 V, 50 Hz, 10 A)
(depending on model)
Water pressure: min. 0,05 MPa, max. 0,8 MPa
Fuse: 10 A
Cautions
• Be sure to remove transport brackets prior first use of the appliance. Attempted operation of the
blocked machine may result in irreparable damage which is not covered by the manufacturer’s
warranty!
• When connecting your washing machine to water supply, be sure to use brand new water inlet
hose and appropriate sealing gaskets (attached).
• Do not locate the machine in a room with temperature below 0°C. Parts of the machine may be
damaged if frozen.
• Install the washing machine in a perfectly horizontal position, on solid flat concrete floor.
• Follow the instructions for correct installation and water and mains connections.
• Never immerse the end of the drain hose into the draining water.
• Prior starting the washing cycle lock the door by pressing them at the designed spot.
• Door may not be open during the washing cycle.
• We recommend running the self-cleaning program before the first wash in order to remove any
impurities from the washing machine drum (See chapter on” Selecting additional functions”).
• Use only detergents and softeners for machine wash. Manufacturer may not assume
responsibility for any damage and eventual discoloring of gaskets and plastic components as a
consequence of incorrect use of bleach and/or coloring agents.
• For removal of lime residues use such agents with added anti-corrosion agents. Follow the
manufacturer’s instructions. Finish the lime removal by multiple rinsing to remove completely
eventual acid residues.
• Never use detergents containing solvents, since there is a danger of creating toxic gasses which
may damage the machine and result in ignition or explosion.
• This product does not release silver ions during the washing cycle.
• Upon completion of washing operation close the water faucet.
• Before any transport block the machine by inserting at least one transport blocking rod. Prior this
operation disconnect the appliance from the mains power!
• Rating plate with basic information is located above the opening of the machine.
• The warranty shall not apply to consumables (bulbs), minor discoloration or deviations of color,
increased noise level as a consequence of appliance age, which does not affect appliance
functionality, and aesthetical deficiencies which do not affect appliance functionality or safety.
• The appliance is manufactured in compliance with all relevant safety standards; however, it is
recommended that persons with impaired physical, motional, or mental abilities, or persons with
inadequate experience and knowledge, do not use the appliance without due supervision. The
same recommendation applies to minors using the appliance.
Before connecting the appliance read these instructions carefully. Repairing the failure
arising from inappropriate connections or use of the appliance is not covered by the
guarantee.
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The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be
treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable
collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring
this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be
caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information
about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household
waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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Installation and connection
Package removal
In removing the wrapping be careful not to damage the
appliance with a sharp object.
Before connecting the appliance, let it warm up to room
temperature (wait for two hours).
• Our appliances are packed in environmentally friendly
materials which may be recycled, deposited or decomposed
without any threat to the environment.
• To this end all wrappings are marked accordingly.
Removal of transport
brackets
• Move the pipes.
• Loosen screws (A) at the rear of the machine (Fig. 1).
• Remove the brackets (B) (Fig. 1) and slide them into the
groove on the blocking rod (Fig. 2) - the right one should be
turned around.
• Use the brackets to rotate blocking rods for 90° and pull them
out.
• Close the openings with attached plastic pegs.
Save transport brackets for eventual later use.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Be sure to remove the transport brackets prior first
use, otherwise the appliance may be permanently
damaged. In such cases the warranty conditions are
void.
Leveling the appliance
• Put the appliance in horizontal position by turning the
adjustable legs. The legs are adjustable up to +/- 1 cm.
After the adjustment tighten the nuts firmly (A) - towards
the bottom of the machine!
The appliance should be placed on a surface with
concrete base; the surface should be dry and clean in
order to prevent slipping. The adjustable feet should
also be cleaned before installation.
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Vibrations, moving of the appliance and loud operation
due to incorrect setting of the adjustable feet shall not
be covered by this warranty.
• If you have a tumble dryer of the same dimensions, you can
place it on top of the washing machine.
Water inlet connection
To ensure correct operation of the appliance, water
pressure inlet must be between 0,05 and 0,8 MPa.
Minimum water pressure can be established by measuring
the quantity of poured out water. 3 litres of water must be
poured out from completely opened tap in 15 seconds.
• Take the water inlet hose from the drum and attach the inlet hose
angle extension (1) to the washing machine by screwing it onto
the provided thread (certain models only).
• Insert the gasket with a filter net into the straight inlet hose
attachment nut (2) and screw the nut onto the water tap. (With
some models, the gasket with filter net is already fitted and any
additional fitting into the nut on the straight attachment is not
required).
• In case of hot and cold water connection, connect one hose to
cold and other to hot water faucet as marked at the rear of the
appliance (letters C and H) (C - cold; H - hot)
The inlet hose should be tightened manually, firmly
enough to prevent any leaks. After tightening the hose,
check for any leaks.
Use of pliers, wrenches, or other similar tools is not
allowed when installing the hose, as these tools can
damage the nut thread.
Partial Aqua-stop (water stop system)
In case of damage on the interior pipe, leaking is prevented by
automatic closing system which stops water inlet to the machine. In
such cases display A turns red.
Inlet pipe must be replaced.
Complete Aqua-stop (certain models only)
In case of damage on the interior pipe, leaking is prevented by
automatic closing system which stops water inlet to the machine.
Security system also detects whether there is any water leakage
within the interior of the machine. In such cases washing is
suspended, machine switches on the pump and signals error.
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Do not immerse the Aqua-stop system inlet pipe into the
water, because it contains the electric valve!
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Water outlet connection
• Fix the outlet hose to run into the sink or the bathtub, or
connect it directly to the wall drain outlet (diameter min. 4 cm).
• Wall drain must be installed properly and must enable
occasional cleaning.
• Fasten the outlet hose support with a piece of rope led through
the hose elbow, to prevent the hose from slipping to the floor.
The end of outlet hose should be placed between minimum 60
cm and maximum 100 cm above the floor level.
Connect the appliance to
the mains supply
• Plug the mains power cable to the wall mains socket.
• Required voltage and other information are written on the
rating plate above the door opening of the machine.
The wall socket must be accessible at all times and
must be equipped with an earth lead (in accordance
with the local safety regulations).
The permanent connection must be fitted by an
authorized personnel only.
Damaged mains power cable may be replaced only by
the producer or his authorized personnel.
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Never plug the appliance into the electric shaver socket
or hair dryer socket.
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Operation
A - program selector knob
B - key - selection of spinning speed (rpm)
/ stop pump
C - short program
D - extra rinse
E - START / PAUSE button
F - delayed start
G - display
Program selector
Signal LED’s:
- washing program stages
• wash + pre-wash
• rinse
• spin
Basic programs
Partial programs
Cotton
Pre-wash
Softening
Wool
Spinning + Pumping water
Delicate
Manual wash
Mix
Program selector
knob (A)
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Use this knob to select the desired washing program according
to the type of fabric and temperature. The knob can be rotated in
both directions.
• The front side of the button indicates the selected fabric type
(basic + partial programs)
• The rim (perimeter) of the button indicates the washing
temperature which should be selected according to the
quantity of the laundry and how soiled it is.
The upper side includes programs for more heavily soiled and
less delicate fabrics; on the lower side of the button, programs
for less soiled and more delicate fabrics are indicated.
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Washing procedure
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Open the door of the machine.
Load the laundry into the drum.
Close the door.
Open the water inlet faucet.
Select the desired program.
Add washing and treatment agents (detergent and softener).
Start the operation by pushing the START knob (E).
- Open the door of the machine.
Door is opened by pulling the handle (lever) on the right hand
side of the door towards you.
- Sort the laundry by the type of fabrics.
Do the buttons and zippers, tie the strings and pull out
the pockets.
Very delicate laundry should be put in a special
protective sack.
It is suggested to load the drum with items of different
sizes.
Pay attention to the labels on the clothes, indicating
the recommending washing mode (see table of
textile treatment symbols on the last page of these
instructions).
- Load the laundry into the drum.
Check that the drum is empty.
- Close the door of the appliance.
- Open the water inlet faucet.
- Push the ON/OFF button and select washing program.
Program is selected by turning the program selector (A) from
the “0” position to the desired washing program. LED next to
the START key starts flashing. Duration of the selected program
is indicated on the display. The program selector (A) may be
turned in both directions, and the appropriate program selected
according to the type of laundry washed and the required
washing temperature (see Program Chart for help). You may
select basic or partial programs.
Select additional functions by pressing their relevant knobs (E).
- Selection of basic programs ( , , , , )
Basic programs represent integral programs containing all
washing stages, including softening and spinning (see Program
Chart). They are selected by turning the program selector (A) to
the appropriate position.
The emphasis is on three programs that will be used to wash
the majority of your laundry (red coloured icons on button (A)):
Cotton 60°C (for cotton fabrics), Delicate 30°C (to wash delicate
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Washing machine
operation
fabrics), and Mix 40°C (to wash items of various color and fabric.
Cotton
Normally stained cotton and flax bed linen and underwear, table
cloth, bathroom towels, top garments, etc.
To wash heavily soiled laundry that will not discolor, use the
program with a prewash .
For smaller loads (non-delicate cotton, linen, synthetic, and
mixed fabric) and smaller quantities of soiled laundry (laundry
refreshment, laundry wet with perspiration, etc.), we recommend
quick program. To activate the program,
the use of the
turn the (A) button to the setting “Cotton 30°C” and then press
the “Short Program (C) (EcoCare)” key. You will save both
energy and time.
Wool
Special, delicate program for washing woolen products indicated
as appropriate for machine washing, as well as for very delicate
products on which hand washing is indicated as appropriate.
Delicate
This is a program for delicate fabrics (dresses, skirts, blouses)
and curtains.
Manual wash
Very gentle program concluded with short gentle spin (max. 400
RPM).
It is suitable for washing fabrics from flax, silk, wool or viscose,
marked accordingly for manual wash.
Mix
Special program for washing normally stained colored laundry made
from various resistant fabrics at 60°C, 40°C, 30°C, 20°C.
- Selection of additional function (
,
,
,
)
Additional functions alter the basic washing cycle procedure.
Particular function is switched on by pressing the relevant knob.
The selection is confirmed when the LED next to the key lights
up. If certain function is not available for the selected program,
signal LED will not illuminate.
The function is switched off by pressing the same button again
- signal LED goes off.
Select the particular function after the selection of the
basic program, but prior pressing the START button
(E).
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Display (G)
After setting the basic and partial programs and pressing the
START (E) button, washing time is indicated on the display. After
the end of washing, the display reads END.
During washing, the remaining washing time is indicated in hours
and minutes.
Low water temperature, low network voltage, and
smaller loads of laundry may extend the washing time;
the time indicated on the display is constantly adjusted
to account for such conditions.
LOW POWER MODE
P o = weighted power in ‘off mode’ [W]
0,07
P l = weighted power in the ‘left on mode’ [W]
1,80
T l = time in ‘left on mode’ [min]
10,0
Delayed start (F)
Press the (F) button; the time “00:00” will be indicated on the
display (G). Each time the button is pressed again, the time on
the display will be increased by one hour (maximum delay is 23
hours). After the time has been selected, the LED over the button
lights up (and remains lit). If no other button is pressed in the
following 5 seconds, program duration is indicated on the display.
The function is activated when the START (E) button is pressed.
Time is decreased by minutes. When the count-down is over, the
washing program starts automatically.
• To interrupt or change the delayed start setting, press the
START / PAUSE button (E).
• To change the delay time, select a new time by pressing the
(F) button. Press START to resume the count-down. To quickly
interrupt the delayed start, press the (F) button and hold it
for three seconds. Press the START button to resume the
program.
For additional savings, use the delayed start function which
allows you to postpone the start of the wash until the lower power
rate period (e.g. during night time).
Pump stop (EasyIroning
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Spinning speed (rpm) /
By pressing the (B) button, you can decrease the spinning speed
(in rounds per minute) to “0”. After pressing the button for the
first time, the optimum rpm setting for the selected program is
indicated. By each subsequent press on the button, the spinning
speed is decreased. The last selection is “pump stop”, which
means that laundry remains soaked in the last rinsing water.
Activate the “pump stop” (EasyIroning) function when you wish
to avoid creases on your laundry (for easier ironing) or when you
are not able to remove the laundry from the washing machine
immediately after the end of the washing program.
This function is particularly appropriate when washing delicate
laundry - it is not recommended when washing woolen
items.
Short program (selection with a button (C)) (EcoCare
)
• energy-saving program
• appropriate for washing lightly soiled laundry or smaller
quantities of clothes
• reduces washing and rinsing time
• reduces water consumption (with some programs)
• by pressing the key quick program
on the program Cotton
.
30°C, activate the program Cotton 30°C-quick
Additional rinsing (AntiAllergy ) function
The option of additional rinsing is particularly appropriate
when washing clothes worn by persons who are sensitive to
detergents, e.g. persons with allergies.
Activate the additional rinse by pressing the (D) key. Total
washing time will be longer; the time will be indicated on the
display.
Auto-clean (SterilTub ) program
Run this program to eliminate any impurities, bacteria, and odor
from the washing machine.
Before running the auto-clean (SterilTub) program, empty the
washing machine drum; there shouldn’t be any clothes in the
washing machine during the auto-clean (SterilTub) program.
Adding a small amount of powder detergent will additionally
improve the effect of the auto-clean (SterilTub) program.
To run the auto-clean (SterilTub) program, rotate the program
selector knob (A) to the position “Cotton 80°C”, then pressing the
(D) (additional rinse) key and hold it for three seconds.
“Cln” and the time remaining until the end of the program will
alternate on the display.
If you do not regularly use washing program with temperatures
over 60 °C, it is recommended to run the auto-clean program at
least once per month.
- Selection of partial programs (
,
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These are independent programs and may be used when you do
not need the entire washing program. In case you would like to
use more additional programs in a sequence, you must turn off
the appliance prior any new program selection (turn the program
selector to “0” for at least one second).
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Conditioning
This program is intended for conditioning, starching, or
impregnating washed laundry. It is completed by spinning.
Spinning rpm can be decreased by pressing the ( ) key selection of spinning speed (rpm).
Spinning + pumping
Aggressive spinning for non-delicate laundry at high spin RMP.
Spinning rpm can be decreased by pressing the ( ) key selection of spinning speed (rpm).
If you only wish to pump the water out of the washing machine
tub, without running the spinning cycle, press the key for lowering
the spinning rpm ( ) until the setting reads “0”.
- Adding washing and softening agents
(see Tips for washing and energy saving)
• pre-wash compartment
• main wash compartment
• softener compartment
If you do not apply the program which includes the pre-wash
feature, you may add washing detergent directly into the drum,
using the measuring vessel.
When adding softener, be careful to fill the dispenser
only up to the marked level.
Start the operation
• Push the START button (E). The machine starts operating after
a few seconds. LED indicating the current washing stage lights
up. If the door is not closed after the machine is switched on,
the START LED starts flashing again after a few seconds.
When you close the door, the machine initiates the selected
program. Time remaining until the end of the washing program
is indicated on the display (for LED).
• As each washing stage is completed the relevant washing
stage indicator LED goes off and the subsequent one goes on.
• In case you would like to alter the washing program after the
initiated washing operation, turn the program selector for one
second to the position “0”, followed by the selection of a new
program. Switching the machine off deletes any previously
selected additional functions(i.e. Pump stop), so they have to
be reactivated.
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Be sure to close the detergent dispenser when
opening/closing the appliance door.
Upon switching OFF, all additional pre-selected
functions are deleted; therefore they must be switchedON again.
- End of washing program
The end of washing program is signalized by flashing washing
progress LEDs. The message “End” is indicated on the display.
• Washing machine door can be opened.
• Take the laundry out of the drum and remove any remaining
particles or foreign bodies from the door seal.
• Leave the door ajar to let the machine dry.
• Close the water inlet tap.
• Turn off the washing machine by rotating the program selector
knob (A) to position “0”.
• After the end of washing program, power supply should be
turned off by pulling the mains cord plug out of the outlet.
Interruptions
• By the user
Selecting PUMP STOP function
If the setting pump stop
was selected, the program stops
is
at the last rinsing cycle and the symbol for pump stop
indicated on the display. LED next to the START key is flashing.
The program can be completed by pressing the START (E)
button; in this case, the program will finish with a spinning cycle,
as defined by the program. Spinning rpm can be decreased by
pressing the ( ) key - selection of spinning speed (rpm).
The program can also be changed by rotating the program
selector knob to “0” and choosing either spinning or only
pumping out the water between additional programs or cycles.
Manual cancellation
The program is cancelled if the program selector knob (A) is
rotated to position “0”. If there is water in the machine, select
one of the additional programs (pumping, spinning) to empty the
drum and complete the program.
PAUSE knob
By pressing the PAUSE knob (E) program may be suspended
at any time. After certain time you may open the door if there is
no water in the drum, otherwise this is not possible. Program is
continued by pressing the START knob (E).
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• Failures
Program is suspended in case a failure occurs. These are
indicated by the flashing LED-s and sound signal is heard (see
cf. Failures).
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• Power failure
At electric cutout the program is interrupted, however, after the
power supply has been re-established, the program operation
automatically proceeds.
If a power failure occurs when the drum is still full of
water, be careful not to open the door before you pump
the water out.
Tips for washing and energy saving
• Before washing sort out the laundry according to the type, degree of dirtiness and color
resistance.
• Prior selecting the washing program consult the sewn tab with information on a particular piece
of laundry (see Maintenance Chart on the last page).
• Wash separately the new colored textile products for the first time.
• Wash heavily soiled laundry in small quantities and add more detergent.
• Treat stubborn stains with special stain remover, it will save energy.
• With lightly stained laundry select washing program without pre-wash, use short program and
select lower washing temperature. This way you may save up to 50% of energy.
• Avoid washing too little quantities of laundry because of energy saving and for better
performances of the appliance.
• The largest allowed quantity of dry laundry is indicated in the Program chart.
• Before washing empty the pockets, close zip fasteners, and remove any metal fasteners or
badges that might clog the drain or damage the laundry or drum interior.
• Loosen the stacked laundry prior inserting it into the drum.
• Use only detergents for machine wash.
• Add powder or liquid detergents according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
• For different washing temperatures and selected washing programs, please note the
recommendations provided by detergent manufacturers.
• If water hardness in your pipeline exceeds 14°dH, we recommend using water softeners. Any
damage to the heater due to failure to use a water conditioning agent shall not be covered by
this warranty.
• Chlorine-based whitening agents are not recommended, as it can damage the heater.
Degree of hardness
°dH(°N)
m mol/l
°fH(°F)
p.p.m.
1 - Soft
< 8,4
< 1,5
< 15
< 150
2 - Medium
8,4 - 14
1,5 - 2,5
15 - 25
150 - 250
3 - Hard
> 14
> 2,5
> 25
> 250
In case of hard water add detergent according to the Chart for
degree and add appropriate quantity of water softener (see
manufacturer’s instructions).
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Hardness
scale
• If you do not apply the program which includes the pre-wash
feature, you may add washing detergent directly into the drum.
• If you use thick liquid softener it is recommended to dilute
it with water, to prevent clogging of dispenser compartment
ducts.
• Washing machine is equipped with the dispenser partition
gate, so you may pour liquid detergent also into the central
compartment. If you use powder detergent the gate is lifted up,
and in case of liquid detergent it is slid down.
• Liquid detergents are intended for main wash only, without
pre-wash.
• Insert particularly delicate linen (stockings, delicate female
underwear, etc.) into the special bag.
• High spin RPM leave less moisture in laundry which dries out
much quicker in the tumble dryer, thereby saving energy.
Do not put clods of detergent into the soap dispenser
as the tube in the washing machine may clog.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Disconnect the washing machine from the mains
before cleaning!
• The casing should be cleaned with soft cloth and mild
detergent.
• The interior of the drum and the door gasket is cleaned by
washing at 60°C without laundry and adding half quantity of
detergent.
• Frequent, or predominant, washing at low temperatures, using
liquid detergents, may result in development of bacteria which
causes odor in the washing machine.
To prevent this, we recommend running the auto-clean
(SterilTub) program occasionally (see chapter “OPERATION /
selecting additional functions”).
• If necessary, clean the detergent dispenser. Pull it out from its
casing completely by pressing the flap (see Fig.).
• If necessary, clean the cover of the bung under the running
water.
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• Wash it under running water using a brush, and dry it. Remove
any leftover dried detergent from the bottom of the casing.
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• Clean the entire rinsing area of the washing machine with a
brush, especially the nozzles on the upper side of the rinsing
chamber.
• Clean frequently the water inlet hose screen under running
water.
• After each wash wipe the door rubber gasket. This will prolong
its useful life.
• Open the filter lid using flat screwdriver or similar tool.
• Filter needs occasional cleaning, especially following heavily
shaggy or old laundry.
• Carefully turn the filter insert in anticlockwise direction and let
the water slowly drain; then remove the filter and clean it under
running water.
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• Insert the filter back as shown on the picture, and tighten by
turning it in clockwise direction. To ensure good sealing the
gasket surface (A) must be dirt free.
Troubleshooting
Washing machine controls the operation of particular functions during washing. If irregularities
are detected, the fault is signaled by displaying a message (Fx) on the display, and by rhythmical
flashing of the LEDs. The machine signals the fault as soon as it is detected, and the program
progress is paused. If the fault is in the heating system, the machine completes the washing
program, but without the heating function.
If the fault is signaled during washing machine operation, the error code and remaining washing
time are indicated alternately on the display.
The fault is indicated until the washing machine is turned off.
Failures:
2 - Two flashes: door is not correctly closed
3 - Three flashes: inappropriate water intake
7 - Seven flashes: inappropriate water outlet.
In these cases, you will be able to remedy the failure by yourself (See Troubleshooting table).
1 - One flash: temperature sensor failure
4 - Four flashes: spinning sensor failure
5 - Five flashes: motor failure
6 - Six flashes: Heater failure
In these cases, turn off the machine, then turn it back on and repeat the program. If the failure
reoccurs, contact your nearest authorized service center. The LEDs will continue to flash until the
machine is turned off.
The warranty does not cover faults caused by interference from the environment (lightning strike,
electric circuit, natural disasters, etc.).
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Various interferences from the environment (e.g. electric devices) may also cause the machine to
signal faults. In such case:
- turn off the appliance and wait a few seconds;
- turn on the appliance and repeat the washing program.
If the fault reoccurs, call the service center.
Failure
The machine does not
work (indicator LED’s are
not illuminated).
FAILURE 2
Washing program does
not start
• At the beginning of the
washing program: on/off
LED is flashing
• During washing: LEDs
periodically flash twice
FAILURE 3
Water does not enter the
machine (after approx. 4
min the machine reports
failure - LEDs periodically
flash three times).
Water is leaking from the
machine.
Possible cause
Machine is not powered.
Remedy
Check if:
• power in the socket,
• the fuse is OK,
• plug is in the socket.
Door is not properly closed.
Push it towards the machine.
Disturbed water inlet.
Check if:
• the water tap is open,
• inlet pipe net filter is clean.
Push the START button.
• Filter is not tightly screwed in.
• Inlet pipe is not tightly screwed
to the machine or to the water
faucet.
• Outlet pipe fell to the floor.
The machine moves
• The machine is not properly
during operation.
leveled.
• Transport brackets are not
removed.
The machine vibrates
Unevenly distributed laundry,
during the spin.
especially with very small
quantities (for ex. only the
bathrobe).
Excessive foaming during Excessive measure of detergent.
washing.
FAILURE 7
Water is poorly pumped
out or not at all (machine
reports failure - the LEDs
periodically flash seven
times).
Laundry is not properly
spun.
No failure is reported.
Water outlet is clogged
• Tighten the filter properly.
• Tighten the inlet pipe.
• Affix the outlet pipe to the drain.
• Level the machine with the
adjustable legs.
• Remove transport brackets.
This is normal, the machine will
reduce the RPM if vibrations are
too strong.
Wash larger quantity of laundry.
Use washing powder according to
the instructions by the producer
and according to the water
hardness and soiled laundry.
Use only detergents for machine
washing.
Check if:
• the filter is clean,
• outlet pipe is not jammed,
• the drain is clogged,
• outlet pipe is positioned higher
than 1m.
Push START again
The machine switched on the
The machine operates normally.
UKS* function. Because of bad
Wash large and small pieces of
laundry balance, the machine has laundry together.
automatically reduced spin RPM.
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Failure
Greasy wads appear on
the laundry.
Possible cause
Too little detergent (laundry was
very greasy).
Laundry is stained after
washing.
You used liquid detergent or
detergent for colored laundry
which does not contain whitener.
It is not the consequence of bad
rinsing, but because of neophosphate detergents containing
non soluble components
(zeolites) for water softening.
Such substances may be
deposited upon the laundry.
Low water flow pressure.
Some detergents may stick to the
dispenser rather hard if it is wet.
White powdery residues
on the laundry.
Detergent residues in the
dispenser.
Softener is not completely Sucking cover is not correctly
rinsed, or water is left in
positioned or is clogged.
the dispenser dish.
Unpleasant smell in the
• Remains of fabrics, washing
washing machine drum.
agent and softener in the filter.
• Development of germs
Washing time is longer
•
than usual.
•
Time indicated on the
display is corrected during
the washing cycle.
•
•
FAILURE 1
Program temperature not
reached (the machine
reports a failure - the
LEDs periodically flash
once)
Remedy
Wash the laundry again.
Add more detergent for such soiled
laundry, or use liquid detergent.
Use the detergent containing
whitener.
Immediately rinse the laundry once
again.
• Use liquid detergents which do
not contain zeolites.
• Try removing the residues with
the brush.
• Clean the inlet pipe filter net.
• In case of low water pressure
increase water level.
• Wipe the dispenser prior loading
detergent.
Clean the dispenser and firmly fix
the cover to its place.
• Check whether the filter is clean.
• Run the auto-clean (SterilTub)
program (see chapter: selecting
additional functions)
Low temperature of inlet water. • Washing program time may be up
Due to unevenly distributed
to 60% longer; however, this does
load, the machine has activated
not imply a fault in the machine.
the UKS*.
Low mains voltage.
There has been a failure in the • Washing time is extended by the
power supply.
power supply down-time.
Temperature sensor disconnected • Turn off the appliance and wait for
from the electronic circuit.
a few seconds;
• turn the appliance back on and
repeat the washing program.
If the failure is reported again, call a
service technician.
FAILURE 4
Spinning rpm not reached • rpm sensor disconnected
in the selected program
• Motor overload due to too high
(the machine reports
water level (manual addition of
a failure - the LEDs
water) or too big laundry load
periodically flash four
• Motor failure
times)
• Turn off the appliance and wait for
a few seconds;
• turn the appliance back on and
repeat the washing program.
If the failure is reported again, call a
service technician.
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Failure
Possible cause
FAILURE 5
Motor operation
Motor overload or motor failure.
interrupted; or motor does
not operate (the machine
reports a failure - the
LEDs periodically flash
five times)
FAILURE 6
Program temperature not • Heater failure
reached (the machine
• Inlet water too cold
reports a failure - the
• Manual addition of water
LEDs periodically flash six
times)
Remedy
• Turn off the appliance and wait for
a few seconds;
• turn the appliance back on and
repeat the washing program.
If the failure is reported again, call a
service technician.
• Turn off the appliance and wait for
a few seconds;
• turn the appliance back on and
repeat the washing program.
If the failure is reported again, call a
service technician.
* UKS: universal stability control - this function prevents excessive vibrations during spinning.
In case you were not successful in repairing the malfunctions in
spite of the above suggestion chart, call the nearest authorized
service shop.
Repairing the failure arising from inappropriate connections or
use of the appliance is not covered by the guarantee, and the
repair expenses are paid by the customer.
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Tables
Program chart - 6 kg o
RPM
800 - 1400
RPM
800 - 1400
Energy cons.
(kWh)
Temp. (°C)
Water cons.
(L)
Max. load (kg)
Spin (max. RPM)
Basic programs
Cotton + prewash
6
95
59
2,35
Cotton
6
80
51
2,05
Cotton + prewash
6
60
53
1,34
Cotton*
6
60
45
1,02
Cotton
6
40
45
0,66
Cotton
6
30
45
0,27
Cotton + button
2
30
1000
40
0,17
Wool
2
30
600
42
0,20
Delicate
2,5
30
700
55
0,36
Manual wash
1,5
30
400
42
0,20
Softening
6
-
1000
16
0,03
Spinning
6
-
1400
-
0,05
Mix
3
20
40
0,18
Mix
3
30
45
0,32
Mix
3
40
45
0,42
Mix
3
60
43
0,82
1400
1000
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Program chart - 6 kg n
Water cons.
[L]
RPM
Energy cons.
[kWh]
800 - 1400
800 - 1400
Cotton + prewash
6
95
61
2,35
Cotton
6
80
51
2,05
Cotton + prewash
6
60
53
1,34
Cotton*
6/3**
60
45
0,98/0,95**
Cotton*
6/3**
40
45
0,66/0,59**
Cotton
6
30
45
0,27
Cotton + button
2
30
1000
40
0,17
Wool
2
30
600
42
0,20
Delicate
2,5
30
700
55
0,36
Manual wash
1,5
30
400
42
0,20
Softening
6
-
1000
16
0,03
Spinning
6
-
1400
-
0,05
Mix
3
20
40
0,18
Mix
3
30
45
0,32
Mix
3
40
45
0,42
Mix
3
60
43
0,82
Spin
[max. RPM]
Temp. [°C]
RPM
Max. load [kg]
Basic programs
1400
1000
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** Half load
‘Standard 60 °C cotton programme’ and the ‘standard 40 °C cotton programme’ are the standard
washing programmes to which the information in the label relates. These programmes are suitable
for cleaning normally soiled cotton laundry and they are the most efficient programmes in terms of
combined energy and water consumption.
For this reason, actual water temperature may differ from the nominal cycle temperature.
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RPM
RPM
5,5кг
5кг
800 - 1400
Energy cons.
[kWh]
800 - 1400
Water cons.
[L]
Temp. [°C]
Max. load [kg]
Basic programs
Spin
[max. RPM]
Program chart
- 5,5 kg / 5 kg o (slim)
Cotton + prewash
5,5
5
95
52
2,15
Cotton
5,5
5
80
45
1,95
Cotton + prewash
5,5
5
60
43
0,99
Cotton*
5,5
5
60
42
0,95
Cotton
5,5
5
40
42
0,55
Cotton
5,5
5
30
42
0,24
Cotton + button
2
2
30
1000
42
0,15
Wool
1
1
30
600
42
0,18
1,5
1,5
30
700
50
0,26
1
1
30
400
42
0,18
Softening
5,5
5
-
1000
9
0,02
Spinning
5,5
5
-
1400
-
0,04
Mix
2
2
20
29
0,16
Mix
2
2
30
35
0,25
Mix
2
2
40
35
0,29
Mix
3
3
60
31
0,61
Delicate
Manual wash
1400
1000
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Program chart
- 5,5 kg / 5 kg n (slim)
Energy cons.
[kWh]
RPM
RPM
5,5кг
5кг
800 - 1400
800 - 1400
Spin
[max. RPM]
Water cons.
[L]
Temp. [°C]
Max. load [kg]
Basic programs
Cotton + prewash
5,5
5
95
52
2,15
Cotton
5,5
5
80
45
1,95
Cotton + prewash
5,5
5
60
49
0,99
42
0,89/0,71**
1400
Cotton*
5,5/2,75** 5/2,5**
60
Cotton*
5,5/2,75** 5/2,5**
40
42
0,55/0,52**
42
0,15
Cotton
5,5
5
30
2
2
30
1000
30
0,13
1,5
1,5
30
600
42
0,18
Delicate
2
2
30
700
50
0,20
Manual wash
1
1
30
400
42
0,18
Softening
5,5
5
-
1000
9
0,02
Spinning
5,5
5
-
1400
-
0,04
Mix
2,5
2,5
20
33
0,16
Mix
2,5
2,5
30
39
0,29
Mix
2,5
2,5
40
39
0,31
Mix
2,5
2,5
60
35
0,61
Cotton + button
Wool
1000
* Testing program by EN 60456 with the selection of max. spin RPM.
** Half load
‘Standard 60 °C cotton programme’ and the ‘standard 40 °C cotton programme’ are the standard
washing programmes to which the information in the label relates. These programmes are suitable
for cleaning normally soiled cotton laundry and they are the most efficient programmes in terms of
combined energy and water consumption.
For this reason, actual water temperature may differ from the nominal cycle temperature.
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Cotton
/

Wool
/

Delicate
/


Manual wash
/


Mix
/


Extra rinse
Cotton + prewash
Program
Short program
Basic programs
Spinning speed (rpm)
/ Pump stop
Program chart /
Additional functions


Partial programs
Softening
/
Spinning
/
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Maintenance chart
Normal wash
Max.
washing
temp. 95°C
Delicate wash
Whitening
Max.
washing
temp.
40°C
Max.
washing
temp.
60°C
Max.
washing
temp.
30°C
Whitening in cold water
Manual
washing
Washing
not
allowed
Whitening not allowed
Ironing
Hot iron max.
200°C
Hot iron max.
150°C
Hot iron max.
110°C
Ironing not
allowed
Dry cleaning
Dry cleaning in all
solvents
Perchlorinetyhlene
R11, R113,
Kerosene
Dry cleaning in
kerosene, in pure
alcohol and in
R 113
Dry cleaning not
allowed
Drying
Place on
flat surface
Hang wet
Hang
High
temperature
Low
temperature
Tumble drying
not allowed
We reserve the rights to make any changes or mistakes in these operation
instructions.
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