Specifications | Ariston CDE 12x Washer/Dryer User Manual

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ARGHERITA
The secrets
of fabrics
CDE 12 X
Instructions for
installation and use GB
How to get better results
“A” wash
performance
The first washer-dryer
to give a perfect wash
at only 40°C
Cashmere
Gold
The first washer-dryer
to have “The
Woolmark Company”
recognition
Margherita
Washingmachine
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Quick guide to
Margherita
Here are the 13 topics explained in this manual. Read,
learn and have fun: you will discover many secret
ways to get a better wash, more easily and making
your washer-dryer last longer......and especially
keeping an eye on safety.
1.
Installation and removal (p. 11)
Installation, after delivery or transport, is the most important
operation for the correct functioning of your Margherita washer-dryer.
Always check:
1. That the electric system complies with the law;
2. That the inlet and draining pipes are connected correctly.
Never use hoses that have already been used, always use
the new ones provided with your machine.
3. That the washer-dryer is levelled properly; something worth
checking for the life of your washer-dryer and the quality of
your wash;
4. That the drum's fixing screws have been removed from the back
of the washer-dryer.
2.
What goes in your washer-dryer and how
to start it (p. 2)
A correct distribution of your laundry is vital to both the successful
outcome of the wash and the life of the washer-dryer. Learn all the
tips and secrets to dividing your linen: colour, type of fabric and
tendency of creating fuzz are the most important criteria.
3.
Guide to understanding labels (p. 6)
The symbols on the labels of your garments are easy to understand
and equally important for the success of your wash. The guide
includes simple instructions to help you choose the right temperature, wash cycles and ironing methods.
4.
Useful tips to avoid mistakes (p. 7)
Yeras back, our grandmothers were the ones who gave us good advice
- and in those days synthetic fibres did not exist: washing was easy.
Today, Margherita offers you helpful advice allowing you to wash
cashmere and wool even better than an expert laundress would by
hand.
5.
The detergent dispenser (p. 8)
How to use the detergent dispenser and the bleach compartment.
6.
Understanding the control panel (p. 3)
Margherita’s control panel is very simple. It has only a few essential
buttons to help you choose any type of wash cycle, ranging from the
most energetic, capable of cleaning a mechanic’s overalls, to the
most delicate for cashmere. Familiarising with it will help you get
the best out of your wash while helping your washer-dryer last longer.
It’s easy.
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7. Guide to Margherita’s programmes (p. 4)
Herein is an easy table to help you choose the right programme,
temperature, detergents and possible additives. Choose the right
programme and you will get better results with your wash while saving
time, water and energy, day after day.
8.
How to dry (p. 5)
A few handy tips to get the best drying cycle from your appliance.
9.
Care and maintenance (p. 15)
Margherita is a true friend. With just a bit of care, it will repay you
with loyalty and devotion.
With the necessary upkeep, it will wash for years and years to come.
10. Problems and solutions (p. 9 and 10)
Before calling a technician, read these pages: immediate solutions
may be found for a number of problems. If the problem persists, call
Ariston customer services and any failure will be repaired, as soon as
possible.
11.
Technical characteristics (p. 10)
Herein are the technical features of your washer-dryer: model type
number, electric and water specifications, size, capacity, speed of
the spin cycle and compliance with Italian and European rules and
regulations.
12.
Safety for you and your children (p. 16)
Here you will find the necessary guidelines for the safety of your
entire household, because safety is very important indeed.
13.
Ariston stays with you after your purchase
(p. 17)
Ariston supports its products after their purchase by offering you a
range of special services, professional assistance, spare parts and
quality accessories.
What goes in your washer-dryer?
Before washing, you can do a great deal for better results. Divide your garments
according to fabric and colour. Read the labels, follow their indications and
alternate small items with large ones.
Before washing.
Divide your washing according to
the type of fabric and colour
resistance: sturdy fabrics should
be separated from delicate ones.
Light colours should be separated
from dark ones.
Empty all pockets (coins, paper,
money and small obejects) and
check the buttons. Mend
immediately or remove loose
buttons as they could fall off
during the wash cycle.
The labels say it all.
Always look at the labels: they
tell you everything about your
garment and how to wash it in
the best way possible.
The table on page 6 shows you
all the secrets of the symbols
found on labels. Their
indications are a valuable guide
to a better wash and to longer
lasting clothes.
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Dividing your
garments according to
fabric and colour, is
very important for
good results
Big and small happily
together.
This washer-dryer has a special
electronic control device for
distributing the wash load
evenly: before the spin cycle
starts, this device allows the
washing to position itself as
uniformly as possible in the
drum, according to the type of
washing and initial positioning.
For this reason, even at top spin,
the washer-dryer does not vibrate
or make any noise.
Remember that, if you want to
use it, the "programmed start"
should be set before the wash
cycle.
having removed the freshly
cleaned washing, leave the door
open or ajar so that the humidity
left inside can evaporate.
Always close the water tap.
Remember that, in the event
of a power failure, or should
the washer-dryer switch itself
off, the programme chosen will
be memorised.
Starting Margherita
After installing your new washer-dryer, start a
wash cycle by setting programme "1" at 90 degrees.
Starting Margherita in the right
way is important for the quality
of your wash, for preventing
problems and for lengthening the
life of your appliance. After
loading your washing and
pouring in the detergent together
with any additives, always check
that:
For more delicate
garments:
protect underwear,
tights and stockings
and delicate items by
placing them in a
canvas pouch
1. The door is correctly shut.
2. The plug is inserted in the
socket.
3. The water tap is open.
4. Selector knob A is positioned
on one of the symbols (Stop/
Reset).
Choose the desired programme
The programme is selected
according to the type of garments
that need to be washed. To
choose a programme, refer to the
table on page 4. Turn knob A
until the selected programme is
aligned with the mark on the
control panel, set the temperature using knob B, make sure knob
C is in the required position and,
if necessary, use buttons E, F, G
and H and then press on/off
button I (position I).
At the end of the wash cycle...
Lamp L will flash quickly for a
few seconds, then it will begin
flashing more slowly.
Then turn Margherita off by
pressing on-off button I (O
position). You can now open the
washer-dryer door safely. After
How to eliminate the most common stains
Ink and biro Dab with a wad of cotton soaked in methyl alcohol or alcohol at 90°.
Tar Dab with fresh butter, rub in turpentine then wash immediately.
Wax Scrape away, then run a hot iron between two sheets of absorbent paper. Then rub in cotton with
turpentine or methyl alcohol.
Chewing gum Rub in nail polish remover and wipe with a clean rag.
Mold Cotton and white linen should be placed in a solution of 5 parts water, one bleach and a spoon of vinegar,
then washed immediately. For other white fabrics, use hydrogen peroxide at 10 volumes and wash immediately.
Lipstick Dab with ether on wool or cotton. Use tricloroetilene for silk.
Nail polish Place a sheet of absorbent paper on the side of the stain, wet it with nail polish remover, shifting the
garment as the sheet gradually changes colour.
Grass Dab with a wad of cotton soaked in methyl alcohol.
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Understanding the control panel
Here I’m in command
Making the right choice is important. And it’s easy.
E
F
A
H
G
Programme selector knob
and programmed start
Use this knob to select the wash
programme.
Turn this knob clockwise only.
To select a programme, you
should turn the knob so that the
symbol/number of the desired
programme is in line with the
pointer on the control panel.
Now press on/off button I
(position I), pilot lamp L will start
flashing.
After 5", the setting will be
accepted, pilot lamp L will stop
flashing (staying lit) and the wash
cycle will begin.
Should you wish to interrupt the
programme in progress or set a
new one, select one of the
symbols (Stop/Reset) and wait
5" : when the cancellation has
been accepted, pilot lamp L
flashes, and you can then turn the
appliance off.
You can use this knob to delay
the appliance's operation.
Select one of the 3 delay time
positions, press the on/off button
I (position I) and wait 5". The
setting has now been accepted
(pilot lamp L stays lit) and you
can select the programme you
desire.
Pilot lamp L has a particular
flashing motion (2" on and 4"
off) to indicate that a delayed
start has been set.
During this phase, you can open
the appliance door and change
the washing load, should you
wish to do so.
After the wash cycle has been set
and accepted by the washerdryer, turning the knob will have
no effect (except for when it is
on position Stop/Reset).
D
Margherita’s knobs are
hidden. Just press them lightly
in the middle to extract them.
Temperature control knob
It is used to set the wash temperature indicated in the
programme table. It also allows
you to reduce the temperature
recommended for the selected
programme, and even to set a
cold wash cycle ( ).
Drying cycle knob
Use this knob to select the desired
drying cycle. Two options are
available:
A - Based on time:
From 40 minutes to 150.
B - Based on the damp level of
the dry clothes:
Iron : slightly damp clothes,
easy to iron.
Wardrobe : dry clothes to put
away.
Extra dry : very dry clothes,
recommended for towelling and
bathrobes.
A cooling stage is foreseen at the
end of the drying cycle.
Detergent dispenser
It is divided into three
compartments:
1. Detergent for pre-washing;
2. Detergent for the wash cycle;
3. Fabric softeners.
MAX
4
2
3
The detergent dispenser with
the additional bleach
compartment is here.
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B
M
L
I
The washer-dryer is equipped
with extra compartment 4 Stain removal (see page 8)
(provided) for the bleach, to be Thanks to this command, Margherita will carry out a more ininserted in compartment 1.
tensive wash that optimises the
effectiveness of the liquid
Anti-crease
additives, thus allowing more
This button allows you to resistant stains to be removed.
interrupt a programme (on When you press the stain removal
symbol ) keeping the washing button, you cannot activate the
soaking in water before the spin pre-wash cycle.
cycle. It is a very useful button
in particular because it can be
used for delicates and synthetics. On-off
It is only to be used with wash When button I is pressed, the
program-mes for synthetic washer-dryer is switched on,
fabrics, silk and curtains when it when it is not the machine is
is impossible for you to take the switched off.
washing out immediately. Before Turning the appliance off does
opening the washing machine not cancel the selected
door, finish the wash cycle as programme.
follows:
Silk and curtains: press button
E and Margherita will drain the On-off lamp / door locked
Lamp L flashes slowly when the
water.
Synthetic fabrics: press button E appliance is switched on and
if you want a spin cycle, or turn awaiting instructions and at the
knob A to symbol
if you end of a cycle, indicating that the
door can be opened. It flashes
want the water to be drained.
With "Daily wash" or "Hand quickly when the door should
wash", this function is not not be opened. A steady light
means the appliance has
performed.
accepted the selected
programme.
Slow spin
Use this button to reduce the
spinning speed from 1200 to 600
rpm for the cotton programmes
and from 850 to 600 rpm for the
synthetic fabrics programmes.
Rapid wash
1
3
C
This button reduces the length of
the wash programme by about
30%. It cannot be used with
special programmes (see page 4)
or those for wool and silk.
Drying cycle lamp
When this lamp is on, it means
that knob C has been set on a
drying cycle and at the end of the
wash cycle, the appliance will run
the selected tumble drying cycle.
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What are you washing today?
A programme for all seasons
Type of fabric and degree of soil
Progr.
knob
Temp.
knob
Detergent Fabric
Stain rem.
for wash softener button/
Bleach
Length of
the cycle
(minutes)
Description of wash cycle
COTTONS
165
Prewash, wash cycle at 90°C, rinse cycles,
intermediate and final spin cycles
Del./Trad.
145
Wash cycle at 90°C, rinse cycles,
intermediate and final spin cycles
Del./Trad.
130
Wash cycle at 60°C, rinse cycles,
intermediate and final spin cycles
150
Wash cycle at 40°C, rinse cycles,
intermediate and final spin cycles
95
Wash cycle at 40°C, rinse cycles,
intermediate and final spin cycles
Exceptionally soiled whites
(sheets, tablecloths, etc.)
1
90°C
◆
◆
Exceptionally soiled whites
(sheets, tablecloths, etc.)
2
90°C
◆
◆
Heavily soiled whites and fast
colours
3
60°C
◆
◆
Heavily soiled whites and fast
colours
4
40°C
◆
◆
Slightly soiled whites and delicate
colours (shirts, jumpers, etc.)
5
40°C
◆
◆
Del./Trad.
◆
Del./Trad.
Rinse cycles/Bleach
Rinse cycles, intermediate and final spin cycles
Spin cycle
Draining and final spin cycle
Drying cycle for cotton fabrics
Stop/Reset
Interrupts/Cancels the selected programme
SYNTHETICS
Heavily soiled fast colour synthetics
(baby linen, etc.)
6
60°C
◆
◆
Delicate
100
Wash cycle at 60°C, rinse cycles, anticrease or delicate spin cycle
Heavily soiled fast colour synthetics
(baby linen, etc.)
7
50°C
◆
◆
Delicate
95
Wash cycle at 50°C, rinse cycles, anticrease or delicate spin cycle
Delicate colour synthetics (all
types of slightly soiled garments)
8
40°C
◆
◆
Delicate
70
Wash cycle at 40°C, rinse cycles, anticrease or delicate spin cycle
Delicate colour synthetics (all
types of slightly soiled garments)
9
30°C
◆
◆
30
Wash cycle at 30°C, rinse cycles and
delicate spin cycle
Rinse cycles/Bleach
◆
Fabric softener
Rinse cycles, anti-crease or delicate spin cycel
Delicate
Rinse cycles with automatic introduction of
softener, anti-crease or delicate spin cycle
◆
Spin cycle
Draining and delicate spin cycle
Drying cycle for synthetic fabrics
Stop/Reset
Interrupts/Cancels the selected programme
WOOL
Hand wash
10
40°C
◆
Rinse cycles/Bleach
◆
Delicate
◆
Delicate
45
Wash cycle at 40°C, rinse cycles and
delicate spin cycle
Rinse cycles and delicate spin cycle
Spin cycle
Draining and delicate spin cycle
Drying cycle for wool
Stop/Reset
Interrupts/Cancels the selected programme
SILK
Particularly delicate garments and
fabrics (curtains, silk, viscose, etc.)
11
Rinse cycles
30°C
◆
◆
◆
50
Wash cycle at 30°C, rinse cycles, anticrease or draining
Rinse cyclesi, anti-crease or draining
Draining
Draining
Stop/Reset
Interrupts/Cancels the selected programme
PROGRAMMED START
12 - 9 - 3 hour delay
Start is delayed by 12 - 9 - 3 hours
Stop/Reset
Interrupts/Cancels the selected programme
Important: to cancel the wash programme you have just set, select one of the symbols (Stop/Reset) and wait for at least 5”.
The data found in the table is purely indicative, and can vary according to the quantity and type of washing, the water system
temperature and the room temperature.
Special programmes
“A” wash performance Margherita has a special programme to allow you to obtain optimum results even at low temperatures.
By setting programme 4 at a temperature of 40° C, the results you will obtain will be the same as you would normally obtain at 60°C
thanks to the washer-dryer’s action and the length of the wash cycle.
Daily wash Margherita has a programme studied for the washing of lightly soiled garments in a short amount of time.
By setting programme 9 at a temperature of 30°C, you can wash different types of fabrics together (except for wool and silk), with a
maximum load of 3 kg. This programmes allows you to save on both time and energy as it only lasts around 30 minutes.
WE RECOMMEND THE USE LIQUID DETERGENT.
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How to dry
A combined Washing
and Drying Programme
Look at table A to the side and
follow the instructions provided
for MAX load to have an
automatic washing and drying
cycle.
Follow the instructions for wash
only (see page 2, the paragraph
entitled "Starting Margherita")
and use knob C to set the type
of drying cycle desired, then
press button I (I position).
If the laundry load to be washed
and dried exceeds the maximum
load foreseen (see table A), then
follow the instructions provided
for wash only (see page 2, the
paragraph entitled "Starting Margherita").
When the wash cycle has finished,
remove your washing, divide it
up and replace part of it inside
the drum.
Now follow the instructions
provided for a dry only cycle.
Repeat this procedure for the remainder of the load.
Dry only
Once you have loaded the
washing that needs drying (4 kg
max. for cottons, see table for
other fabrics ), make sure that:
- the door is shut correctly;
- the plug is inserted in the socket;
- the water tap is turned on;
- button I has not been pressed
(O position).
And now set the wash
cycle knob
Set knob A on the appropriate
drying setting depending on
the type of fabric, select the type
of drying cycle required using
knob C and then press on-off
button I (I position).
At the end of the drying
cycle...
Wait for lamp L to flash slowly,
then turn the washer-dryer off by
pressing on-off button I
(O position). Now you can open
the appliance door. Once you
have removed the washing from
the appliance, leave the door
open or ajar to avoid the
formation of bad odours and turn
off the water tap.
WOOL DRYING CYCLE
The woollen garments drying cycle should only and
exclusively be run together with the selection of a
specific cycle time (150 - 100 - 60 - 40 minutes).
We recommend a 60 minute drying cycle for a 1 kg
load.
If one of the three levels (Extra dry
, Wardrobe
,
Iron
) is selected by mistake, the appliance will
run a drying cycle lasting the MAX time foreseen
(150 minutes).
A.
Fabric
type
Load type
Cotton,
Linen
Clothing of
different
sizes
Cotton
Max. load
(kg)
Drying time (Min.)
Extra
dry
Wardrobe
Iron
4
155
140
130
Terry
towels
4
155
140
130
Terital,
Cotton
Sheets,
Shirts
2,5
110
100
90
Acrylics
Pyjamas,
socks, etc.
1
65
60
60
1
65
60
60
Nylon
Slips,
tights,
stockings,
etc.
The data contained in the table are purely indicative.
For cotton loads of less than 1 Kg, use the drying
programme designed for synthetic fabrics.
IMPORTANT
A spin cycle is carried out during the drying if you
have set a cotton programme and a level of dryness
(Extra dry
, Wardrobe
, Iron
).
WARNING
- During the drying phase, the door tends to get
quite hot.
- Do not use the appliance to dry clothes that have
been washed with flammable solvents (e.g.
trichlorethylene).
- Do not use the appliance to dry foam rubber or
similar elastomers.
- Make sure that the water tap is turned on during
the drying cycles.
- This washer-dryer can only be used to dry clothes
which have been pre-washed in water.
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Understanding labels
Learn the meaning of these symbols and you will get
better results, your garments will last longer and your
machine will repay you by washing better.
All over Europe, garment labels
contain messages expressed in
small yet important symbols.
Understanding them is very
important if you want to get
better results and treat your
garments the way they deserve to
be treated.
These symbols are divided in five
different categories and shapes:
washing
, bleaching
,
ironing , dry cleaning and
drying .
Useful tips
Turn shirts inside out to get better results
and make them last longer.
Always empty pockets of their contents.
Look at the label: it will always give you
useful advice.
When loading your washing, alternate large
and small garments.
Make sure you select the right
temperature!
Consult and learn the symbols in this table: they will help you
obtain a better wash, treat your clothes properly, and get a
better performance out of your Ariston Margherita.
Wash
Strong
action
Bleaching
Ironing
Dry cleaning
Delicate action
High
Temp.
Bleaching only in
cold water
Low
Temperat.
A
cl
Wash at
95°C
Drying
Hot iron at
max 200°C
Dry clean with any
solvent
Machine
dryable
Medium hot
ironing at
max 150°C
Dry clean only with
perchloride, benzine
av., pure alcohol,
R111 and R113
Iron at max
110°C
Dry clean with av.
benzine, pure
alcohol and R113
Spread to dry
Do not dry clean
Hang to dry
without spin
drying
P
Wash at
60°C
Do not bleach
Do not machine
dry
F
Wash at
40°C
Wash at
30°C
Hand wash
Not ironable
Dry on clothes
hanger
Not
washable in
water
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Useful tips to avoid mistakes
Never use your washerdryer to wash... torn, fraying or
non-hemmed linen. If it is
absolutely neccessary, place it in
a bag for protection. Brightly
coloured linen with whites.
How much does it weigh?
1 sheet 400-500 gr.
1 pillow case 150-200 gr.
1 tablecloth 400-500 gr.
1 bathrobe 900-1,200 gr.
1 towel 150-250 gr.
Watch the weight!
For best results, do not exceed
the weight limits stated below
(figures show weight when dry):
Coloured T-shirts, printed
ones and shirts last longer if
turned inside out before washing.
Printed T-shirts and sweatshirts
should always be ironed inside
out.
- Resistant fabrics:
5,5 kg maximum
- Synthetic fabrics:
2.5 kg maximum
- Delicate fabrics:
2 kg maximum
- Pure new wool:
1 kg maximum
Salopette alert.
Very popular “salopette” type
overalls have straps with hooks
that can damage the drum of
your washer-dryer or other
garments during the wash. By
placing the hooks in the bib
pocket and fastening them with
safety pins, all risks are avoided.
Holidays: unplug the
appliance.
When you go on holiday, we
recommend that you unplug your
washer-dryer, shutting off the
water inlet tap and leaving the
door opened or ajar. In this way,
both the drum and the gasket will
remain nice and dry and
unpleasant odours will not
develop inside the washer-dryer.
WOOL CYCLE
For best results, we
recommend you use a
specific detergent, taking
care not to wash more
than 1 kg of laundry.
How to wash almost anything
Curtains.
Curtains tend to crease a great
deal. Here is a tip to reduce
creasing: fold the curtains and
place them in a pillow case or
mesh bag. Do not load anything
else, so that the overall weight
does not exceed the half load.
Remember to use the specific
programme 11 which automatically excludes the spin cycle.
Quilted coats and windcheaters.
You can wash quilted coats and
wind-cheaters, too, if they are
padded with goose or duck
down. Do not load more than
2-3 kg and never load 5,5 kg.
Repeat rinse once or twice using
the gentle spin.
Trainers.
Once you have removed mud and
dirt from trainers, you can wash
them with jeans and other tough
garments. Do not wash trainers
with whites.
EXCLUSIVE
Cashmere Gold: As gentle as a hand wash
The first Washer-dryer to have "The Woolmark Company" recognition.
The Cashmere Gold wash
programme has been studied
for machine washing even the
most delicate and valuable
wool and Cashmere
garments.
“The Merloni Elettrodomestici wool wash cycle has been
tested and approved by The
Woolmark Company for
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washing Woolmark garments
labelled as “hand wash”. This
is the first gentle action hand
wash cycle approved by The
Woolmark Company.”
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This has been made possible
thanks to the speed of the
drum at 90 rpm, even during
the rinse cycle, thus
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preventing the fibres from
rubbing.
Always use programme 10 with
garments bearing the hand wash
symbol: the washbasin and
hand.
To take care of your woollen
items, we recommend you use
special detergents.
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It’s important for a good wash
The secrets of the detergent dispenser
The first secret is the easiest: the detergent
dispenser is opened by rotating it outwards.
You must add detergent and any
additives following the dosage
recommended
by
the
manufacturers: generally, all the
indications you need are on the
box. Doses vary according to
wash load, the water hardness
and how soiled the washing is.
Experience will help you select
the right dosage almost
automatically: it will become
your secret.
Before pouring in the detergent
for pre-washing in compartment
1, make sure that the extra
compartment for bleach 4 has
not been inserted.
When pouring in the softener in
compartment 3, avoid making it
overflow from the grate.
The washer-dryer automatically
adds the softener to the wash in
each programme.
1
2
Liquid detergent is to be poured
into compartment 2 only a few
seconds before starting the wash
cycle.
Remember that liquid detergent
is only designed for wash cycles
of up to 60 degrees on non prewash items.
Liquid or powder detergents are
sold together with special
containers that are to be placed
directly inside the washer-dryer
drum, according to the
instructions found on the
detergent box.
Never use hand wash detergent,
because it may form too much
foam, which could damage the
washer-dryer.
Detergents that are specifically
indicated for both hand and
machine wash are an exception.
One last secret: when washing
with cold water, always reduce
the amount of detergent you use:
it dissolves less easily in cold
water than in hot water, so part
of it would be wasted.
In compartment 1:
Detergent for pre-washing (powder)
MAX
4
In compartment 2:
Detergent for washing
(powder or liquid)
In compartment 3:
Additives (softeners, perfumes, etc.)
1
2
3
In compartment 4:
Bleach and delicate bleach.
Bleach cycle and stain removal
button
If bleaching is necessary, the extra case 4 (provided) must be
inserted into compartment 1 of
the detergent dispenser.
When pouring in the bleach, be
careful not to exceed the "max"
level indicated on the central
pivot (see illustration).
The use of the additional bleach
container excludes the
possibility of using the pre-wash
cycle. Traditional bleach can
only be used on sturdy white
fabrics, whereas delicate
bleach can be used for
coloured fabrics, synthetics
and for wool.
The detergent dispenser can be
removed and cleaned: just lift it up
and pull it outwards ,as indicated in
the figure. Then leave it under running
water for a few minutes.
Cutting costs efficiently
A guide to
environmentally
friendly and economic
use of your appliance.
MAXIMISE THE LOAD SIZE
Achieve the best use of energy, water, detergent and time by using the
recommended maximum load size.
SAVE up to 50% energy by washing a full load instead of 2 half loads.
MAX
MAX
You cannot bleach with the “Silk”
programme and with the “special
programmes” (see page 4).
Use the stain removal button
every time you want to bleach.
Should you want to do it
separately you must pour the
bleach into the additional
container 4, press button H
(stain removal), start the washerdryer, then select one of the
according to the
symbols
type of fabric.
When you bleach during a
normal wash cycle, pour the
detergent and any additives in
the special compartments, press
button H (stain removal), set the
programme you desire and turn
the washer-dryer on.
DO YOU NEED TO PRE-WASH?
For heavily soiled laundry only!
SAVE detergent, time, water and between 5 to 15% energy consumption by
NOT selecting Prewash for slight to normally soiled laundry.
IS A HOT WASH REQUIRED?
Pretreat stains with stain remover or soak dried in stains in water before
washing to reduce the necessity of a hot wash programme.
SAVE up to 50% energy by using a 60°C wash programme.
BEFORE USING A DRYING PROGRAMME ...
SAVE energy and time by selecting a high spin speed to reduce the water
content in laundry before using a drying programme.
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Troubleshooting
Before calling, read the following
Your washer-dryer could fail to work. In most cases, the problems arising
can be easily solved without having to call for a technician. Before calling
for assistance, always check these points.
The washer-dryer fails
to start.
Is the plug correctly
inserted into the socket? It
could have been moved whilst
cleaning.
Is there electricity in the
house?
A circuit breaker could have
gone off, perhaps because too
many appliances are on at the
same time. Or perhaps because
of a general power failure in
your entire area.
Is the washer-dryer door
closed properly?
For safety reasons, the washer-
dryer cannot work if the door
is open or not shut properly.
Is the On/Off button
pressed?
If it is, then a programmed
start has been set.
But where did all the water go?
Simple: with the new Ariston technology, you need less than
half of it, to get good results on twice as much!
This is why you cannot see the water through the door:
because there is little, very little of it, to respect the
environment yet without renouncing maximum cleanliness.
And, on top of that, you are also saving electricity.
Is the programmed start
knob, on those models
concerned, in the correct
position?
Is the water tap open? For
safety reasons, if the washerdryer does not load water, it
cannot start a wash cycle.
The programme
selector knob keeps
turning?
The washer-dryer
fails to load water.
RIGHT
Close the tap
after every wash
cycle.
Limit the use of
the washer-dryer’s
hydraulic system
and eliminate
leakage risks
when no-one is at
home.
Always leave the
appliance door
ajar to avoid bad
odours.
Clean the
appliance’s
exteriors
delicately.
To clean the
exteriors and the
rubber parts of
the appliance,
always use a rag
dipped in
lukewarm water
and soap.
9
Leave the washerdryer plugged in while
cleaning.
Even during maintenance, the appliance
should always be
unplugged.
Is the tap correctly
attached to the pipe ?
Is there a water shortage ?
There could be work in
progress in your building or
street.
Is there enough pressure?
The autoclave may be
malfunctioning.
Use solvents and
aggressive abrasives.
Never use solvents or
abrasives to clean the
external and rubber
parts of the washerdryer.
Is the tap filter clean? If the
water is very calcareous, or if
work has recently been carried
out on the water piping, the tap
filter could be clogged with
particles and debris.
Neglect the detergent
dispenser.
It is removable and
can easily be cleaned
by leaving it under
running water.
Is the rubber hose bent? The
tract of the rubber hose
bringing water to the washerdryer must be as straight as
possible. Make sure it is not
squashed or bent.
WRONG
Go on holiday without
thinking about her.
Before leaving, always
make sure that the
washer-dryer is
unplugged and that
the water tap is
closed.
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Wait a few minutes for the
drain pump to empty the tub,
switch Margherita off, select
one of the symbols stop/reset
, then switch it back on. If
the knob continues to turn, call
for assistance because it is
reporting an anomaly.
The washer-dryer
continuously loads
and unloads water.
Is the drain hose
positioned too low? It must
be installed at a height ranging
from 60 to 100 cm.
Is the hose’s mouth
immersed in water?
Does the wall drainage
system have a breather
pipe? If the problem persists
even after these checks, close
the water tap, switch the
appliance off and call for
assistance.
If you live on an upper floor of
your building, there may be a
problem with your drain trap.
To solve this problem, a special
valve must be installed.
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Is the washer-dryer’s drain
duct clogged? Is there an
extension of the drain hose? If
so, is it positioned incorrectly,
blocking the water flow?
The washer-dryer
does not drain or spin.
Does the selected
programme foresee water
draining? Some wash cycles
require enabling the draining
manually.
Is the “Anti-crease"
function -where provided enabled? This function require
enabling the draining
manually.
Is the drain hose bent? The
tract of the drain hose must be
as straight as possible. Make
sure it is not squashed or bent.
Is the appliance closed in
between furniture and a
wall? If it is not a built-in
model, the washer-dryer needs
to oscillate a bit during the
spin cycle. A few cm of space
should therefore be left around
it.
The washer-dryer
vibrates too much
during the spin cycle.
Has the internal floating
unit been correctly
unblocked
during
installation? See the
following page on installation
procedures.
Has the washer-dryer been
levelled correctly? The
levelling of the appliance
should
be
checked
periodically. In time, the
machine could move
imperceptibly. Adjust the feet
and check them with a level.
Always get
assistance from
authorised
technicians and
always insist on
original spare
parts.
The washer-dryer
leaks.
Is the metal ring of the inlet
hose properly attached?
Close the tap, unplug the
appliance and try tightening its
attachment without forcing it.
Is the detergent dispenser
obstructed? Try extracting it
and washing it under tap
water.
Is the drain hose well
attached? Close the tap,
unplug the appliance and try
tightening its attachment.
CDE 12 X
Dimensions
width 59,5 cm
height 81,5 cm
depth 54 cm
Capacity
from 1 to 5,5 kg for the wash programme; from 1 to 4 kg for the drying
programme
Electrical
connections
voltage 230/240 Volt 50 Hz
maximum absorbed power 2050 W
Water
connections
maximum pressure 1 MPa (10 bar)
minimum pressure 0,05 MPa (0,5 bar)
drum capacity 46 litre
Spinning speed
up to 1200 rpm
Control programs
in compliance
with IEC
regulation 456
wash: programme 3; temperature 60°C; carried out with 5 kg load.
drying: run with a load of 2.5 kg and knob C set to position
.
Is the detergent appropriate
for machine washing? Check
whether its label reads the
definition “for machine wash”
or “hand and machine wash”,
or other similar indications.
Is the correct amount being
used? An excessive amount of
detergent, besides producing
too much foam, does not
guarantee a more effective
wash, and causes scaling in the
internal parts of the appliance.
The washer-dryer
does not dry.
Check whether:
the plug has been correctly
inserted into the socket; there
is electricity in your home; the
appliance door has been shut
properly; a delayed start (if
available) has not been selected;
programme knob A has been set
to position (Stop/Reset); the
drying cycle knob C has been
set to position 0.
The washer-dryer
doesn't dry properly.
Check whether:
the end of the drain hose is
underwater; the drain pump is
obstructed; the advice given on
the maximum loads has been
taken; the water tap has been
turned on.
Technical characteristics
Model
Too much foam.
If, despite all checks, the washerdryer fails to function and the
problem persists, call your
nearest authorised Customer
Service Centre, providing the
following information:
- the type of malfunctioning
- the model type no. (Mod. ....)
- the serial number (S/N ....)
These indications can be found
on the data plate situated on the
back of the washer-dryer.
This appliance conforms with the following E.E.C. directives:
- 73/23/EEC of 19/02/73 (Low Voltage) and subsequent modifications
- 89/336/EEC of 03/05/89 (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and
subsequent modifications
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When Margherita
arrives
Installation and removal
Whether new or just transported to a new house,
installation is extremely important for the correct
functioning of your washing machine.
After removing the appliance
from its packaging, check that it
is intact. If in doubt, contact a
qualified technician immediately.
The inside of the machine is
supported, for transportation, by
four screws on the back panel.
Before using the washing
machine, remove the screws,
remove the spacers together with
the rubber tubes attached to
them (keeping all the parts) and
use the plastic plugs provided to
fill in the holes.
Important: Use the cap (provided)
to close the 3 holes which housed
the stop pin, situated in the righthand part of the lower back of the
washing machine.
Levelling
The washing machine must be
levelled appropriatey in order to
guarantee its correct functioning.
To level the appliance, the front
feet must be adjusted; the angle
of inclination, measured according
to the worktop, must not exceed
2°. When placed on carpet, make
sure the ventilation is not reduced.
Connection to the water
mains
Both hot and cold water supplies
are preferable and they should be
between 34.5kN/m²(5lb/in²) and
1034.2kN/m² (150lb/in²) pressure.
The hose having the red end fitting
should be encountered between
the hot supply and the threaded
connection adjacent to the letter
H on the rear of the machine. The
hose having the white end fittings
should be connected between the
cold supply and the threaded
connection adjacent to the letter
C on the rear of the machine.
Remember to insert a sealing
washer at each connection to
ensure watertight joints. Do not
overtighten the connections by
using tools -hand tight is sufficient
to prevent leaks. It is generally
more convenient to have these
supplies away from the sink taps.
Where no suitable hot water supply
is available or it does not meet
these requirements, both inlet
hoses may be connected to a cold
supply by using two taps etc., or a
«T» junction on the plumbing
however, use of cold water only
will increase programme times.
Note: the maximum temperature
should not exceed 70°C (158°F).
Connecting the drain
hose
The drain hose (hooked pipe) is
secured to the rear of the machine
by support clips and may be
routed to right or left as required.
Electric connection
Your appliance is now supplied
with a 13 amp fused plug it can
be plugged into a 13 amp socket
for immediate use. Before using
the appliance please read the
instructions below.
WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE
MUST BE EARTHED.
THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS
SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT BY
A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
The hook to be used in case the drain
hose ends at a height below 60 cm.
The drain hose should be placed
in a stand pipe with a minimum
internal diameter of 38 mm (1½
inches) or it can be positioned
over a sink or it can be connected
as shown in Fig. A. The height of
stand pipe or sink should be
between 60 and 100 cm (24 and
40 inches). Care must be taken
that the hose is not obstructed,
twisted, submerged or kinked. If
the hose is connected with an
airtight joining, provision should
be made to prevent syphoning.
Replacing the fuse:
When replacing a faulty fuse, a
13 amp ASTA approved fuse to
BS 1362 should always be used,
and the fuse cover re-fitted. If
the fuse cover is lost, the plug
must not be used until a
replacement is obtained.
Replacement fuse covers:
If a replacement fuse cover is
fitted, it must be of the correct
colour as indicated by the
coloured marking or the colour
that is embossed in words on the
base of the plug. Replacements
can be obtained directly from
your nearest Service Depot.
The rubber gasket.
The front feet are adjustable.
Retain the transit screws,
spacers and washers.
Should you move house
then these should be
replaced to support the
inside of the machine to
prevent damage when
transporting the
machine.
Connect the inlet hose to the
threaded connector on the
machine rear.
The guide for draining into tubs and
sinks.
Water pipe inlet at the top right.
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Fig. A
Warning!
The company denies
all liability if and
when these norms are
not respected.
Plastic bags,
expanded styrofoam,
nails and other
packaging parts are
not children’s toys,
and are potentially
dangerous.
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Removing the plug:
If your appliance has a nonrewireable moulded plug and you
should wish to re-route the mains
cable through partitions, units
etc., please ensure that either:
the plug is replaced by a fused
13 ampere re-wearable plug
bearing the BSI mark of approval.
or:
the mains cable is wired directly
into a 13 amp cable outlet,
controlled by a switch, (in
compliance with BS 5733) which
is accessible without moving the
appliance.
Disposing of the appliance:
When disposing of the appliance
please remove the plug by
cutting the mains cable as close
as possible to the plug body and
dispose of it as described above.
GREEN &
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
13 ampere fuse
CROSS-BAR
CORD GRIP
Disposing of the plug:
Ensure that before disposing of
the plug itself, you make the pins
unusable so that it cannot be
accidentally inserted into a
socket.
Instructions for connecting
cable to an alternative plug:
Important: the wires in the
mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following
code:
Green & Yellow Earth
Blue
Neutral
Brown
Live
As the colours of the wires in the
lead may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifyng the
terminals in your plug, proceed
as follows:
Connect Green & Yellow wire to
terminal marked E or
or
coloured Green or Green &
Yellow.
Connect Brown wire to terminal
marked L or coloured Red.
Connect Blue wire to terminal
marked N or coloured Black.
If a 13 amp plug (BS 1363) is used
it must be fitted with a
13 amp fuse, either in the plug
or adaptor or at the distribution
board.
If you are in any doubt the
electrical supply to your
machine, consult a qualified
electrician before use.
How to connect an alternative plug:
The wires in this mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the
following code:
BLUE
NEUTRAL (N)
BROWN
LIVE (L)
GREEN&YELLOW EARTH (E)
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Mounting the wooden
panel onto the door and
inserting the machine
into cabinets:
In the case where the machine
must be shipped for final
installation after the wooden
panel has been mounted, we
suggest leaving it in its original
packaging. The packaging was
designed to make it possible to
mount the wooden panel onto
the machine without removing it
completely (see figures below).
Instructions for the fitter
The wooden panel that covers
the face of the machine must not
be less than 18 mm in thickness
and can be hinged on either the
right or left. For the sake of
practicality when using the
machine, we recommend that the
panel be hinged on the same side
as the door for the machine itself
- the left.
Door Mounting Accessories
(Fig. 1-2-3-4-5)
N° 2 Hinges
N° 2 Hinge Supports
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- No. 6 type A self-threading
screws, l =13 mm.
- No. 2 type B metric,
countersunk screws, l =25; for
fastening the magnet plate to the
cabinet.
- No. 4 type C metric screws,
l =15 mm; for mounting the hinge
supports to the cabinet.
- No. 4 type D metric screws,
l =7 mm; for mounting the hinges
on the supports.
N° 1 Spacer
Fig. 4/B
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Mounting the Parts onto
the Face of the Machine
- Mount the hinge supports onto
the face of the machine,
positioning the hole indicated by
the arrow in fig. 1 towards the
inside of the face and using the
type C screws.
- Mount the magnetic plate on
the opposite side, at the top,
using the two type B screws.
- Place the spacer illustrated in
fig. 4/B between the appliance
front and the magnet receiver.
Using
the
Drilling
Template
- To trace the positions of the
holes on the left-hand side of the
panel, align the drilling template
to the top left side of the panel
using the lines traced on the
extremities as a reference.
- To trace the positions of the
holes on the right-hand side of
the panel, align the drilling
template to the top right side of
the panel.
- Use an appropriately sized router
to mill the holes for the two
hinges, the rubber plug and the
magnet.
Mounding the Parts onto
the Wooden Panel (Door)
- Insert the hinges into the holes
(the movable part of the hinge
must be positioned facing away
from the panel) and fasten them
with the 4 type A screws.
- Insert the magnet into the top
hole on the opposite side of the
hinges and fasten it with the two
type B screws.
- Insert the rubber plug into the
bottom hole.
The panel is now ready to be
mounted onto the machine.
820 ÷ 900
595
Inserting the machine
into the Cabinet
- Push the machine into the
opening, aligning it with the
cabinets (fig. 6).
- Regulate the adjustable feet to
raise the machine to the
appropriate height.
- To adjust the position of the
wooden panel in both the vertical
and horizontal directions, use the
C and D screws, as shown in fig. 7.
Important: close the lower part of
the appliance front by ensuring
that the plinth rests against the
floor.
D
57
min0
815
Fastening the plinth
guide
If the machine is installed at the
end of a set of modular cabinets,
mount either one or both of the
guides for the base molding (as
shown in fig. 8). Adjust them for
depth based on the position of
the base molding, and, if
necessary, fasten the base to the
guides (fig. 9).
This is how to assemble the
plinth guide (fig.8):
Fasten angle P using screw R,
insert plinth guide Q into the
special slot and once it is in the
desired position, lock it in place
using angle P and screw R.
C
600 min
540
Mounting the Panel into
the machine
Insert the nib of the hinge
(indicated by the arrow in fig. 2)
into the hole for the hinge and
push the panel towards the front
of the machine. Fasten the two
hinges with the type D screws.
C
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
Fig. 9
Accessories provided for
the height adjustment
The following can be found inside
the polystyrene lid (fig. 10):
2 crossbars (G),
1 strip (M)
Adjusting the appliance
height
The height of the appliance can
be adjusted (from 815 mm to
835 mm), by turning the 4 feet.
Should you require the appliance
to be placed higher than the
above height, you need to use the
following accessories to raise it
to up to 870 mm:
- the two crossbars (G)
- the 4 feet (H)
- the 4 screws (I)
- the 4 nuts (L)
then perform the following
operations (fig. 11):
remove the 4 original feet, place
a crossbar G at the front of the
appliance, fastening it in place
using screws I (screwing them in
where the original feet were) then
insert the new feet H.
Repeat the same operation at the
back of the appliance.
Now adjust feet H to raise or
lower the appliance from 835
mm to 870 mm.
Once you have reached the
desired height, lock nuts L onto
crossbar G.
To adjust the appliance to a
height between 870 mm and 900
mm, you need to mount strip M,
adjusting feet H to the required
height.
Insert the strip as follows:
loosen the three screws N
situated at the front of the Top
cover of the appliance, insert
strip M as shown in fig. 12, then
fasten screws N.
Fig. 10
the following can be found inside
the appliance drum:
4 additional feet (H),
4 screws (I),
4 screws (R),
4 nuts (L),
2 plinth guides (Q)
M
G
L
H
Fig. 11
I
Fig. 12
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Easy Care and Maintenance
Treat her well and she’ll be your
friend forever
Your washer-dryer is a reliable companion in life and on the job.
It is just as important for you to keep it in shape.
Margherita is a washer-dryer
designed to last a lifetime
without any problems. A few
simple steps help keep it in shape
and last longer. Firstly, you must
close the water tap after each
wash: the constant pressure of
water could warp a few of the
component parts.
In addition, by doing so, you will
avoid the risk of leaks when noone is at home.
If the water in your area is too
hard, use a deliming product
(water is hard if it often leaves
whitish stains around taps or
drains, especially of bath tubs.
For more accurate information as
to the type of water in your
system, call the local water
works or a local plumber).
Pockets must always be emptied
removing even pins, badges and
any other hard object.
The washer-dryer exterior should
be cleaned with a rag dipped in
lukewarm water and soap.
It is important to
wash the detergent
dispenser regularly.
To prevent dried
washing powder from
accumulating, place
the dispenser under
running water for a
few minutes.
Never exaggerate with
doses.
Normal detergents already
contain deliming agents. Only if
the water is particularly hard,
that is, rich in lime content, do
we recommend the use of a
specific product at every wash.
A periodical wash cycle with a
dose of a deliming product,
without detergents or washing,
may prove useful.
Never use too much detergent or
additives because this could cause an excess amount of foam,
scaling and possible damage to
the component parts of your
washer-dryer.
Do not forget to empty all pockets: small objects can cause
damage to your friend Margherita.
When in need, check the pump and the rubber hose.
Margherita comes equipped with a self-cleaning pump that does not require any cleaning or maintenance.
The rubber hose
Check the rubber hose at least once a year. If you see any cracks, replace it immediately. When you use your
washer-dryer, water pressure is very strong and a cracked tube could easily split open.
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More and more important
Your safety and that of
your children
Margherita has been built in compliance with
the strictest international safety regulations.
To protect you and all your family.
Read these indications and all
the information in this manual
carefully: they are an
important source, not only of
numerous useful tips, but also
of vital information on safety,
use and maintenance.
1. Margherita should not be
installed in an outdoor
environment, not even
when a roof shelters the
area, because it may be
very dangerous to leave it
exposed to rain and
thunderstorms.
2. It must only be used by
adults and exclusively for
washig clothes following
the instructions provided in
this manual.
3. Should it have to be moved,
proceed with the help of
two or three people and
handle it with the utmost
care. Never try to do this
alone, because the
appliance is very heavy.
4. Before loading the washerdryer, make sure the
drum is empty.
5. Never touch the washerdryer when barefoot or
with wet or damp hands
or feet.
6. Never use extensions or
multiple plugs, which are
particularly dangerous in
humid environments. The
power supply cable must
never be bent or
dangerously compressed.
7. Never open the detergent
dispenser while the
appliance is functioning;
do not use hand wash
detergent because the
abundance of foam could
damage its internal parts.
I only want an
authorised specialised
technician with original
Ariston spare parts!
8. Never pull on the plug or
the washer-dryer to
disconnect it from the wall
socket: it is extremely
dangerous.
9. While the appliance is
functioning, do not touch
the drain water as it
could reach very high
temperatures.
The
appliance door, during
wash cycles, tends to
become heated; keep it
out of children’s reach.
Never force the washerdryer door because this
could damage the safety
block on the opening,
which serves to protect
from accidental openings.
10. In case of malfunctioning, first close the
water tap and unplug the
appliance from the wall
socket; do not under any
circumstances
touch
internal parts in order to
attempt repairs.
How to change the power supply cable
The Margherita power
supply cable is special
and can be purchased
exclusively
from
authorised Technical
Service Centres.
To replace the cable:
1. Make sure that Margherita is switched off and
unplugged.
2. Remove the cover by
unscrewing screws I [fig 13].
3. Disconnect the wires from
the
radio
interference
suppressor F [fig. 14] noting
as to their position (Blue=N
wire; Brown=L wire) leaving
the earth wire until last
.
N.B.: letters L, N and the
symbol
are indicated on the
radio interference suppressor.
4. Remove the screw and
washer V [fig. 15], which act
as a stop for the cable
passageway.
5. Remove the upper part of
the cable slightly from the
back panel of the appliance,
pull the power supply cable
upwards and take it out [fig.
16].
To connect the new power
supply cable, reverse the procedure.
It is important for your safety
that you reassemble all parts
and screws used.
N
L
F
Fig. 13
Fig. 14
Fig. 15
Fig. 16
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