User manual | Bolens 215-447-401 Tiller User Manual

9000086867 (PD 85 12 10)
Operating and Installation Instructions
Please read this specification carefully before you use the product.
Any failure and losses caused by ignoring the above mentioned items and cautions
mentioned in the operation and installation instruction are not covered by our warranty
and any liability. Please keep all documents in a safety place for future reference.
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Table of Contents
Disposal Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Environmental Protection/Conservation Issues . . . . . . . . 2
Safety Precautions and Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Product Standard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Your New Washing Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
First Wash Cycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Preparing, Sorting and Loading the Laundry . . . . . . . . .
Laundry Detergents and Additives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Washing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Programme Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
When the Programme has Ended. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Cleaning and Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Troubleshooting Minor Faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Installation, Connection and Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Technical Data
and Packing List
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Service Assurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Packing list sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Warranty Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Operating Instructions
Disposal Information
The new machine s packaging
Dispose of packing materials in a responsible manner. Keep
packing materials out of the reach of children. Packing mater
-ials are not toys. Reprocessing and re-using materials saves
raw materials and reduces waste. All packing materials used
are environment friendly and re-usable. Cardboard boxes co
-nsist of 80% to 100% recycled paper. Plastic wrappings are
made from polythene(PE), the tapes are made from olypropy
-lene(PP) and the CC-free packing is made from foamed poly
-styrene (PS). These materials are pure hydrocarb on compounds and can be recycled.
Your old machine
Render the machine inoperable when it can no long er be
used Remove the plug from the socket and cut off the po
-wer cable. Destroy the catch on the por thole door. Prevent children at play from being locked in and risking dea
-th by suffocation. The old machine contains valuable ma
-terials which should be recycled. Please make your contribution to the environment by assisting with proper disposal or recycling.
Through the economical use of energy, water and detergent,
your appliance is kind to the environments as well as your
household budget.
You can increase the economy and environmental
friendliness of your machine by washing maximum
refer to page 17 programme table
How to save energy:
For small amounts of laundry, the automatic control system
reduces the consumption of both water and energy. Where
possible, use the Cottons/coloureds
60 C programme with
additional function Super Clean instead of the Cottons/
coloureds 90 C Prewash programme. This 60 C programme
achieves a cleaning result comparable to that of the 90 C
programme using considerably less energy.
How to save water, energy and detergent:
Avoid using the Pre-wash function when washing lightly
normally soiled laundry.
How to save energy and time:
For lightly soiled laundry, select the short programme
appropriate to the type of textile.
How to save detergent:
Add detergent according to the degree of soiling, amount of
laundry and water hardness, and observe the detergent
manufacture s instructions.
Operating Instructions
Precautions and
Before using for the first time:
Please read the enclosed documents carefully before using
the washing machine for the first time. They contain impor
-tant information on the installation, use and safety of the
The manufacturer does not accept liability if these instructions are not followed.
Please contact an authorized technician to install the mach
-ine and instruct the using method.
Please keep all documents in a safe place for future reference.
Install the machine in accordance with the instructions(page 26-33). Remove the transit bolts and keep them in a sa
-fe place.
The washing machine must be installed and operated in a
room with the drain.
When heating, the maximum current of the washing mach
-ine is 10A,so please make sure that the power supply sys
-tem(voltage; current and the cable) is applicable to the load of the applied appliance.
In order to ensure your safety, you must plug the cable into
a socket which connected to earth. And please check your
socket to make sure that it is connected with reliable earth
If the washing machine is visibly damaged,do not connect
it up. If you are in doubt,contact your customer service representative or dealer.
This machine use thread connection water inlet hose, con
-nect it to the water tap together with the machine according to the require of page 29. (carry out by an authorized
The surroundings condition for using the washing machine:
1) Temperature range: 0~40 C.
2) Relative humidity is lower than 95% (at 25 C) .
When washing:
Operate the machine with cold tap water only.
Your washing machine is designed for domestic use only,
i.e. for washing machine-washable textiles in a detergent
Never use flammable; explosible and/or poisonous solvents
such as gasoline; alcohol etc. As the washing lotion. Please
only use the lotions suitable for using in washing machine
available in the market.
Operating Instructions
Never wash the carpet in the washing machine.
Kepp children and pets away from the washing machine.
Exercise caution when pumping out hot detergent solution.
When the programme has ended:
When the programme
has ended:
The Spin/End indicator light flashes.
Open the loading door after cutting the power of machine.
After the program has ended, please cut the supply of power and water immediately.
Taking care of your machine:
Do not climb onto the washing machine.
Do not lean against the door.
Do not expose the machine in the place with cau-sticity or
explosibility gas.(e.g. dust, steam and gas, etc.)
Do not install the washing machine in a bathroom or a
room very wet.
Please close the door gently. If the door could not be clos
-ed successfully, please check if the laundries overload or
not balanced.
Product Standard
This series loaders carry out national standards as following
Operating Instructions
Your New Washing Machine
Filling laundry detergent
and/or additive dispensers.
Chamber I:
Detergent for pre-wash,starch,
or pre-soaking agent.
Chamber II:
Detergent for main washing period,
water softener, blench and stainremoving salt.
Chamber :
Additives, e.g. fabric softener or
former(Do not exceed Max )
Open the loading door
and close it
The picture is only for WFD50810
Drain washing solution
if necessary.
Operating Instructions
Control Panel
Start/Pause button
For starting/pausing the wash cycle
(programme must have been selected).
Programme Selector
For switching the machine on and off and for selecting
the programme. Can be rotated in either direction. If
rotate it during the washing, the programme will be stopped.
The programme sequence is electronically controlled.
Press buttons for additional functions
(Where required to supplement the
Indicatolr lights
Indicate the status of the washing machine:
Extra Rinse: Additional rinse cycle.
Super Clean: Prolong the washing time.
Additional functions can be combined.
Ready/Wash Indicate light flashes, if the
programme is selected; is on, the programme
is running.
The indicator lights of the buttons come on,
if the additional options are active.
Switch off additional option: press button
Rinse indicator light is on, the rinsing cycle
is running.
Spin/End indicator light is on, the spinning
cycle is running; flashes, if the selected programme is ended.
Operating Instructions
Basic program
,, the desired programme(refer also to Programme
table ).
90 Cottons/coloureds with Prewash
An energy-intensive programme for heat-resistant fabrics
made from cotton or linen.
For the protection of the drainage pipe, the hot washing
solution is mixed with approx. 5 liters of cold water before
being drained.
Cold, 30 Quick ,40,60 Cottons/coloureds
For hard-wearing fabrics.
Cold,40,60 Easy-care
For easy-care fabrics made from cotton, synthetics or blend
-ed fibres.
Cold,30 Delicates
For sensitive, easy-care fabrics made from cotton, synthetics
or blended fibres, and net curtain. No spinning between
rinsing cycles.
Cold,30 Wool
For hand or machine-washable fabrics made from wool or
wool blend.
Additional function
Single wash
Single wash cycle without subsequent drain and spin cycle.
Rinse cycle with subsequent spin cycle for rinsing hand-washed
items or for starching.
Spin cycle for spinning hand-washed items. Washing water or
rinsing water is drained before the spin cycle.
Operating Instructions
Spin speed button
For your clothes, there are different spin speeds in different
washing programme of BOSCH washing machines.
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* Single wash cycle without subsequent spin cycle, if the spin cycle is desired after
this wash cycle, please select the addtional function Extra Rinse.
Maximum noise value during spinning: 68 dB(A).
Additional function
(You can select an additional function if necessary)
Extra Rinse
An additional rinsing cycle performed; the washing duration will be prolonged 10 minutes.
Super Clean
For very dirty clothes, the washing duration will be prolong
-ed 20 to 60 minutes after pressing this button, and this is
decided by the programme that you selected.
Observe the maximum load for each type of fabric;
Remove the laundry immediately after the spin cycle.
Program duration
While the programme is running, the programme duration
may be extended or reduced for the following reasons.
Reductions in time occur because of :
small loads,
reduced heating times, e.g. If the water is very hot.
Increases in time occur because of:
additional rinse cycle if excessive foam is in the laundry,
multiple spinning if the laundry is distributed poorly in the
increased heating times, e.g. When the water is too cold,
water pressure too low,
selection of an additional option, e.g. Super Clean
function after the programme has started.
Very absorbent washing extends the heating duration.
Operating Instructions
First Wash Cycle
The installation of the washing machine is finished.
(See page 26-33)
Each machine has been tested in the factory. A little bit of
water can be left in the drum during the test. Please carry
out the first wash cycle without laundry to remove any water
left over from the factory tests.
Do not load any laundry.
Turn the tape ON.
Pull the detergent drawer out as far as it will go.
Input about 1 liter of water in chamber II.
Pour half a measuring cup of detergent into chamber II.
Do not use a special detergent for delicates or wollens as
these will create too much foam.
Close the detergent drawer and the washing machine door.
Turn the programme selector to,, Cottons/coloureds 90 C
Prewash , Ready/Wash indicator light flashes.
Press the Start/Pause button. The programme starts.
The Spin/End indicator light flashes if the selected
programme is ended.
Turn the programme selector to O off
Preparing/sorting and
loading the laundry
Preparing the laundry
Remove any loose items or metal objects, such as safety
pins, paper clips, etc. from the laundry.
Brush sand, coins, etc. out of pocket and cuffs.
Close zips and button up cushion covers, duvet covers, etc.
Remove curtain runners, or secure them in a net bag.
Particularly delicate items, such as tights or lace curtains,
or smaller items, such as tiny socks or handkerchiefs,
should only be washed in a net bag or pillow case.
Some items are best turned inside out. These included
knitwear, trousers, T-shirts and sweatshirts.
Operating Instructions
Make sure that the wire-cup bras are machine washable.
Make sure that wire-cup bras in a pillow case which can
be securely closed with a zip or buttons. If the wire works
itself out of the cup it may fall through the holes of the
drum and cause extensive damage.
Sorting the laundry
According to colour and degree of dirt
Items of clothing can become discoloured. Never wash new
multi-coloured items together with other items.
White items may become grey. Always wash white and
coloured items separately.
Degree of dirt
Slight dirt
No recognizable dirt or staining. Laundry may have some
body odour.
- Light summer clothing and sportswear that has only been
worn for a few hours.
- T-shirts, shirts and blouses that have been used for one day.
- Bed linen and guest towels that have been used for one day.
Normal dirt
Visible dirt and/or some light staining recognizable.
- T-shirts, shirts and blouses that are very sweaty or have
been worn several times.
- Underwear that has been worn for one day.
- Tea towels, hand towels and bed linen that have been used
for up to one week.
- Net curtains (without nicotine staining) that have not been
washed for up to 1/2 year.
Operating Instructions
Intensive dirt
Dirt and/or staining recoganizable.
- Kitchen hand towels that have been used for up to one week.
- Fabric napkins.
- Children's outer clothing or football shirts and shorts with
grass and soil stains.
- working clothes such as overalls or baker's and butcher's
Typical stains
- Skin fat, cooking oils/fat, sauces, mineral oil, wax(containing
- Tea, coffee, red wine, fruit, vegetables(blea chable).
- Blood, egg, milk, starch(containing protein/carbohydrate).
- Soot, soil, sand(pigments), red sand on tennis clothes.
Removing stains
Wherever possible, remove/pretreat stains whilst they are
still fresh. First, dab soapy water onto the stain. Do not rub.
Subsequently wash the items of clothing using the appropriate programme. Several washing cycles may sometimes
be required in order to remove stubborn/dried in stains.
Sorting laundry according to their care label
Only wash laundry that is labelled with the following care
90 C Cottons + lines
60 C, 40 C, 30 C Cottons + lines
60 C, 40 C, 30 C Easy-care
40 C, 30 C Delicates
40 C, 30 C Wollens (hand and machine-washable)
Laundry that is labelled with the following care symbol must
not be washed in the washing machine.
= do not wash
Operating Instructions
Loading the laundry
Risk of explosion
Items of clothing that have been pretreated with solvent-based cleaning agents, e.g. Stain remover and dry cleaning spirit,
represent an explosion hazard once loaded into the washing
Therefore, these items must be rinsed thoroughly by hand.
Risk of explosion
Loose debris in the washing machine drum can damage the
laundry. Before loading the laundry, check that there is no
debris in the drum.
Open the loading door.
Unfold the sorted items of clothing and place them loosely
into the drum. Mix up large and small items. Items of varying size will distribute better during the spin cycle..
Do not exceed the maximum load: Overloading will cause
poor wash results and encourage creasing.
When washing a small amount of laundry, the washing
machine automatically reduces the amount of the water
and energy used.
Close the loading door.
Take care not to trap any items of clothing between the
loading door and rubber seal.
Operating Instructions
Laundry Detergents
and Additives
Risk of explosion
Do not use solvent-based cleaning agents in
fully automatic washing machines. Explosion
Keep detergents and additives out of the reach
of children.
You can use any standard powder or liquid detergent
which is suitable for automatic washing machines.
Do not use any detergent boosters containing solve
-nts or dirt and stain-removing spraying near the ma
-chine, as these could damage the machine.
Do not use non-automatic detergent as these produce too much foam.
Amount of detergent
The best washing results will only be achieved if you add the
correct amount of detergent.
Observe the instructions for use shown on the detergent pack
When using liquid detergents, you can use any measuring aids provided with the detergent, such as dosage balls of bags.
Please put the liquid detergents into correct chamber.
The amount of detergent depends on:
- water hardness
- degree of soiling
- size of load
- amount of detergent to be added according to its manufactu
Dispensing the correct amount of detergent relieves the strain
on the environment and ensures optimum washing results.
Frequent use of insufficient detergent will eventually become
noticeable as followings:
- washing appears grey or not properly clean
- grey-brown stains (grease marks) form on the washing
Too much detergent results in:
- unnecessarily high environmental pollution
- due to the generation of too much foam, the washing is hard
-ly agitated which leads to poor washing results.
The amount of detergent indicated on its packaging refers to
a full machine load.
For small loads or less soiling, reduce the amount of detergent.
Operating Instructions
Filling laundry detergent and/or additive dispensers
- Do not fill beyond the Max mark, otherwise will be flushed
into the machine together with the detergent at the start of
the program.
- If the liquid addtive is thick, mix with a little water before
dispensing (prevents clogging of the overflow).
Pull out the detergent dispenser up to the end stop.
Add the detergent and/or additive.
Close the detergent dispenser.
1. Turn on the water tap.
2. Turn the programme selector to the desired programme
(refer to Programme table page17 ).
The Ready/Wash indicator light flashes.
Operating Instructions
3. If required, press the button(s) for additional option(s).
The indicator light of the selected button is on.
4. Press the Start/Pause
button. The programme starts.
Ready/Wash indicator light is on.
Maximum noise value during washing: 54.9 dB(A).
Changing the programme
If you have accidentally selected the wrong programme:
Turn the programme selector to
off .
Turn the programme
,, selector to the desired programme.
The Ready/Wash indicator light flashes.
If required,changing the other settings,see page 15.
Press the Start/Pause
The Ready/Wash indicator light comes on and the new
programme starts.
Cancelling the programme
If you wish to prematurely end a programme:
Turn the programme selector to
off .
Turn the programme selector to Spin .
The Ready/Wash indicator light flashes.
Press the Start/Pause
The Ready/Wash
light stop flashing,the Spin
/End indicator light comes on.
Operating Instructions
A pause in active programme
If you want to add/remove the laundry during active
programme and the set programme sequence will not be
Press the Start/Pause button during the working cycle,
Start/Pause indicator flashes, the programme is pause.
1. Reday/Wash indicator is on: cannot add or remove
laundry, for your safety, in some period of time the loading
door cannot be opened.
2. Reday/Wash indicator flashes: the laundry can be,,
added/removed. Wait about 2 minutes, Ready/Wash
indicator light goes off, open the door, add/remove the
laundry, close the loading door.
If required, press the Start/Pause,, button again, the
programme restarts, Start/Pause indicator light is on and
the washing machine continue the interrupted programme.
Operating Instructions
30 C Quick 5.2
duration in minutes
(approx. time)
60 C
40 C
60 C
30 C
30 C
Single wash 3.5
* Time shown in,, ( ) is the programme duration after selecting
Super Clean .
After selecting Extra rinsing , the program duration will prolong
10 minutes.
The following duration is required when you operate the machine
according to the instruction of user manual (page 14 to 17).
40 C
90 C Prewash 5.2
Extra rinse
Detergent and
fabric softener
Chamber II
Always follow the
manufacturer s care label
Chamber I
Laundry up to(kg)
Programme Table
= obligatory
= optional
Operating Instructions
When the Programme has Ended
Spin/End indicator light flashes.
Turn the programme selector to
Off .
If required:
Select an additional programme (Spin or Rinse).
Press the Start/Pause button.
At the end of the programme option, turn the programme
selector to Off.
Unloading the laundry
Turn off the water tap.
Open the loading door.
If the loading door can not be opened:
Wait for 2 minutes ( the safety function is active ).
Unload the laundry.
Remove any debris (e.g. Coins, paper clips ) from the
drum and rubber seal---risk of rust formation!
Leave the loading door open to allow the inside the wash
-ing machine to dry out.
Operating Instructions
Cleaning and Care
Risk of electric shock!
Always disconnect the appliance from the mains
before cleaning.
Never clean the washing machine with a jet of water.
Risk of explosion!
Never use solvents to clean the appliance.
Cleaning the appliance housing and control
As required:
Use hot soapy water or a mild, non-abrasive cleaning
Rub dry with a soft towel.
Cleaning the drum
In the event that rust spots have formed due to leftover
debris (e.g. Coins, paper clips, needles, nails):
Use a chorine-free cleaning agent. Follow the manufactur
-er s instructions. Never use steel wool.
Operating Instructions
Clean the detergent dispenser
In the event that residual detergents or additives have
Pull out the detergent dispenser up to the end stop.
Press down the hollow on the insert and remove the
detergent dispenser completely.
Pull up the insert.
Rinse the detergent dispenser under hot running water.
Push down the insert until it clicks into place.
Insert the detergent dispenser.
Clean the drain pump
This is necessary if the washing solution can not be complete
-ly drained. The pump is blocked by either loose debris or fluff which accumulates if fluff-giving fabrics are washed at high
Draining the washing solution
The water in the drum should be drained first before cleaning
the drain pump. Have a suitable container ready.
Risk of Scalding
Allow the hot washing solution to cool.
Turn the programme selector to Off .
Fold down the cover panel.
Operating Instructions
Carefully remove the pump cap. But do not fully remove it
and allow a little more residual water flow into the suitable
Remove the pump cap.
Remove any loose debris/fluff from inside the pump and
clean the pump. The pump impeller must be able to rotate.
Clean any residual suds or fluff from the thread of the
pump cap and pump housing.
Attach and tighten the pump cap.
Attach and close the cover plate.
To avoid unused detergent from flowing into the
drain during the next wash cycle:
Pour 1 litre of water into chamber II
Select the Spin programme.
Cleaning water inlet strainers
This necessary if very little or no water flows into the washing
First release the water pressure in the supply hose:
Turn of the water tap.
Turn the programme selector to any programme.
(Except Spin )
Press the Start/Pause button, and allow the programme
to run for approx.40 seconds.
Operating Instructions
Cleaning the strainer at the water tap
Disconnect the hose from the water tap.
Rinse the strainer under flowing water.
Reconnect the hose.
Cleaning the strainer on the washing machine
Disconnect the hose from the back of the washing
Pull out the stainer and rinse under running water.
Insert the strainer and reconnect the hose.
Turn on the water tap and check whether water is still
discharged. If water is still discharged, check that the
strainer is attached properly.
Turn off the water tap.
Descaling the washing machine
Descaling agents contain acids which can attack parts of the
washing machine and discolour the laundry.
Provided that you use the correct amount of detergent, it is
not necessary to descale the washing machine.
If, however, descaling the appliance becomes necessary,
please follow the instructions provided by the descaling
agent manufacturer.
Frost protection
If the machine is located in a room which is exposed to
freezing temperatures, any residual water in both the pump
and the water inlet hose must be drained immediately every
time the machine is used.
Draining the pump:
See Cleaning the pump on page 20.
Draining the water inlet hose:
1. Turn the tap OFF.
2. Unscrew the hose from the tap and hold the end of the
hose over a container.
3. Switch ON any of the washing programmes for approximately 40 seconds. Water left inside the inlet hose will be
drained out.
4. Screw the hose back onto the tap.
Operating Instructions
Trouble Shooting
Minor Faults
Risk of electric shock
Repairs must only be carried out by our Customer Service
or an authorized technician.
If repairs are needed, and assuming that you cannot eliminate the fault youself with the aid the following table:
Turn the programme selector to Off .
Disconnect the washing machine from the mains.
Turn off the water tap.
Call Customer Service.
Possible cause
The loading door cannot
be opened.
There is water in drum.
Select Spin .
Safety function is active.
Wait for 2 minutes.
Detergent residue in the
detergent dispenser.
Detergent was damp or
Clean and dry the detergent
dispenser(refer to Page 21)
The gasket is crimped.
This may appears after
installing the transport bolts.
The belt gets off the pulley.
Too much laundry is in the
drum or the laundry is put
in badly, and close the
window with excessive force.
Control lights do not
come on.
A fuse has triggered.
Power failure.
Water does not enter the
machine or detergent is
not wash away.
Ready/Wash and Spin/
End control lights flash.
Plug is loose or not inserted. Insert the plug.
Check whether laundry is trapped
Loading door not closed.
in door.
Close the loading door(a click should be heard).
Same solution as above.
Loading door not closed.
The programme
does not start.
Switch on/replace the fuse.
Call Customer Service if this fault
is repeated.
An interrupted program will be
resumed when power returns. If
you wish to unload the laundry,
proceed as in Cleaning the drain
pump , Page 20.
Start/Pause button does
not pressed.
Press the Start/Pause button.
Water tap not turned on.
Turn on water tap.
Strainer in supply hose
Clean the strainer
(refer to Page 21)
Ready/Wash and Rinse
control lights flash.
Use the dispensing aid for liquid
Remove the transport bolts,
operate the machine for a period
of time, the gasket will return to
the original shape.
Put in the laundry well and
according to the maximum load
Operating Instructions
Detergent in chamber I is
not wash away.
Water cannot be seen in
Motor noise
Possible cause
A programme without
Select Cottons/coloureds
Prewash function was
90 C Prewash
This is not a fault.
The water lies below the visible part of the drum.
Not a malfunction! It is normal for noises to be heard while the
motor is running.
Pump noise
Not a malfunction! It is normal for noises to be heard from the
pump during the start or the final stage of draining the drum.
Vibrations when
washing and spinning
Transit bolts not removed.
The machine s feet were
not secured.
Follow the directions in the installation instructions (page 26)
Realign the machine using a spirit
level, see the installation
Washing solution is not
completely drained.
Rinse and Spin/End
indicator lights flash .
Loose debris is blocking
the pump.
Water is flowing out from
underneath the machine.
The thread of the supply
hose is not tight.
Tighten the thread.
Leak in the drain hose.
Replace the drain hose.
To much detergent.
Mix1 tablespoon of fabric softener
with 1/2 litre of water and pour
into chamber I of the detergent
Foam coming out of the
detergent dispenser.
Clean the pump.
(refer to Page 20)
Fluff-producing laundry was Clean the water drainage pipe
washed at a high temperat- and/or drain hose.
ure. The water drainage
pipe or drain hose is
Reduce the amount of detergent
next time.
Repeated spinning at short
This is not a fault.
The imbalance compensation system is attempting to balance
the load through repeated spins.
The programme takes longer This is not a fault.
The imbalance compensatthan usual.
ion system is attempting to
balance the load by distributing the laundry more
Unsatisfactory washing
The foam detection feature
has activated an additional
rinsing cycle to reduce the
amount of foam.
The degree of dirt was
higher than supposed.
Not enough detergent.
Wash large and small items
together to reduce imbalances.
Add a more appropriate amount
of detergent next time.
Select a more suitable programme.
Add detergent according to the
manufacturer's specifications.
Operating Instructions
Possible cause
Detergent residual on the
Some phosphate-free
detergents contain
water-insoluble residues
that may appear as light
spots on the laundry.
Select Rinsing immediately, or
brush off spots when laundry is
Grey residues on the
Dirt accumulation from
ointments, fats or oils.
Add the maximum amount of detergent and select the highest
permissible temperature next time.
Installation Instructions
Installation, Connection Safety information
and Transport
Risk of injury
The washing machine is heavy. Take care when lifting it.
Frozen hoses can tear/burst. Do not install the washing machine outdoors or in an area prone to frost.
Take care not to damage the washing machine . Do not hold
onto protruding parts (e.g. Loading door ) when lifting.
In addition to the safety information listed here, the local water and electricity supplier may have special requirements.
If in any doubt, have the appliance connected by an authorized technician.
Before leaving the factory every machine is thoroughly tested
under operating conditions any moisture or residual water
which you may find in the machine or grainage hose are left
over from this testing.
On the back of the machine:
- Water drain hose.
- Power cord.
The following tools are helpful:
- Wrench.
- Spirit level.
Approx. weight=68Kg
Installation Instructions
Installation location
To ensure the proper operation of the machine,please pay
attention to the following when you install the machine.
The machine should be installed on the solid and flat floor,
never put the machine on the soft carpet or on the wood
floor. Do not installed the machine on the homemade plinth,
if the installation location cannot be changed, the plinth
must be improved as required, such as enlarge the size,
secure with brackets. Never put the machines on the separate brackets. It is possible the machine moves a little by
the factors of overloading, situation of the plinth(wet)
and so on, so it will be a risk the machine falls down from
the plinth after working for a period of time.
Keep the environment dry and vented.
Never put small appliance, such as microwave oven; and/or
jar cooker, on the machine.
Keep the machine away from the flaming equipment, such
as candle; cooking stove;liquefied gas container etc.
Never put the pressure containers on the machine.
Never put the machine over the opening of an uncovered
In the case of suspended wooden floors, place the machine
on a water-resistant wooden board (plinth) of at least 30mm
thickness which is screwed to the floor. If possible, install
the machine in a corner of the room. Secure the machine s
feet with brackets (this applies particularly to tower arrangements).
Installation Instructions
Removing the transport bolts
The transport bolts must always be removed before using the
appliance for the first time and must be retained for any subsequent transport (e.g. when moving).
Use the spanner provided only if a ring spanner is unavailable.
Undo the 4 fixing bolts A and remove them.
Remove the four spacers B. They will fall to the floor when
you tip the machine.
Insert cover caps C which you will find in the bag containing
the documentation.
Installation Instructions
Hose and cable lengths
m ax. 6 0 cm
m ax.100 cm
Left-hand connection
Right-hand connection
m ax. 6 0 cm
m ax.100 cm
Water connection
Water supply
For the water connection a standard cold-water line with a
minimum water pressure of 0.1MPa is required (with tap full
ON, at least 8 litres of water must flow out in one minute). If
the water pressure exceeds 1MPa, a pressure reducing valve
must be added.
Never connect the machine to the mixer tap of a pressureless hot-water heater.
Caution! Connections are under full water pressure,
check for leaks with tap turned fully ON.
The filters at the free end of the inlet hose and at the back
of machine should only be removed for cleaning purposes.
To avoid water damage, the tap must be turned OFF after
using the machine.
Installation Instructions
The plastic nuts on the hose connections must only be
tightened by hand.
For tight connection between washing machine and water
source, you can:
G 1/2
1. Call Customer Service before you install the machine,
get the plastic connector freely. It may connect tightly the
water inlet pipe and your water tap.
Plastic connector
CS code 424387
2. Or you may purchase the specific water tap from customer service. It is designed by factory. It may be better connected with machine than your water tap.
Note: The water tap is not free.
Water tap
CS code 184611
Do not disassemble the water inlet hose frequently, the
untight connection will lead to leakage. We suggest that
you use a water inlet hose specially for the washing
If you need lengthen the water inlet hose together with the
machine, please contact local ASS center/station or leader
to buy additional lengthening hose.
Additional lengthening water inlet hose is not free.
Installation Instructions
Water Drainage
Do not bend or pull the water drainage hose.
Height between the placement area and drainage point:
maximum 100cm
minimum 60cm
Drainage into a wash basin( The hose elbow is in the drum).
The plug must not block the drain of the wash basin.
Secure the water drainage hose so that it does not slide
When water is being drained, check that the water flow is
fast enough.
Leveling procedure
All four appliance feet must be firmly on the ground.
The washing machine must not wobble
Level the washing machine with the assistance of the four
adjustable feet and a spirit level.
Loosen the counter-nut 1 using the wrench.
Adjust the height by means of turning the appliance foot 2.
Tighten the counter-nut 1.
Installation Instructions
Transport e.g. when moving
Before transporting the washing machine:
Turn off the water tap,
Drain any residual washing solution (refer to Page 21),
Release the water pressure in the supply hose(refre to
Page 21),
Disconnect the washing machine from the mains,
Dismantle the supply and drainage hose,
Install the transport bolts.
Having transported the appliance and ensured
proper ins,,
tallation and connection, allow the Spin programme to
run through before starting the first wash programme.
Preparing and inserting the transport bolts
Remove the covers C.
Remove the back panel D (see Page 28), preparing
the transit bolt.
Insert and tighten the bolts.
Installation Instructions
Electrical connection
When heating, the maximum current of the washing machine is 10A, so please make suer that the power supply system (voltage, current and cable) is applicable to the load of
the applied appliance.
The machine must only be connect to an alternating current supply via a correctly installed earthed socket.
The voltage indicated on the rating plate at the back of the
machine must match the mains voltage at the installation
Connected load and required fuse or line protecting cut-out
are indicated on the rating plate.
It must be ensured that the plug and socket match, that the
conductor cross-section is sufficient and that the earthing
system has been installed in compliance with regulations.
Multiple plug connectors and extension cables must not be
Do not connect the machine to electrical outlets while your
hands are wet or damp.
To remove the plug from the socket, grasp the plug firmly
and pull it out. Do not pull at the cable.
If the supply cord is damaged, it will be replaced by a special cord or a assembly available from the manufacturer or
its service agent.In the event that an earth-leakage circuit breaker is to be
used, only use types marked with the following symbol:
. Only this symbol can guarantee compliance with all
current regulations.
Technical Data & Package List Sheet
Technical Data
Rated voltage:
Rated frequency:
Washing capacity:
Spinning capacity:
Water pressure:
Water proof:
Washing power:
Spinning power:
Heating power:
Maximum power:
Maximum current:
Washing machine
User manual
Fastening plug
Inlet hose
Bottom cover
Package List Sheet
Customer Service
According to the Regulations of Responsibility concerning
Repair, Exchange and Return of some commodities, warranty period of appliance purchased for home use purpose
is one year for the complete unit and three years for the
functional parts. Warranty period of appliances purchased
for business, commercial or company use is 3 months for
complete unit and functional parts unless otherwise specified in the contract.
Warranty period for appliance sold at reduced prices is
same, but no warranty claim for price reduced position.
Within warranty period, the consumer should show the valid purchase invoice of the appliance and other relevant
guarantee documents defined by the manufacturer when
asking for free of charge repair. Consumer should keep the
warranty card and the purchase invoice properly and show
them together when asking for free of charge repair. The
warranty period starts from the invoice date. If the customer loses the invoice, it starts from the manufacturing date.
The following cases are not covered by the free of charge
repair and should be paid by the customer:
Damage caused by improper transportation, installation,
operation, maintenance and storage by customer.
Damage caused by power supply on customer site less
than 187V or more that 240V.
Damage caused by unauthorized repair.
Without valid purchase invoice or without relevant
guarantee document.
The guarantee document is amended by customer or
does not accord with the appliance.
Damage caused by force majeure.
Out of warranty.
If the appliances are used under condition of improper power supply, water supply, temperature or humidity, the damage and loss are not covered by the free of charge repair and should be paid by the customer.
Because the factors mentioned above is beyond the control of manufacturer.
Door label.
In order to provide prompt service, our service staff needs
speciific information about the appliance.
Please inform the following us to in details:
Exact address and telephone number.
Failure description.
Date of purchase.
Product number (E-Nr.) and Production date(FD).
This Nr. can be found on the door label.
Customer Service
24 hours hotline service
Door to door service within 24 hours within city boundary
Free of charge installation except additional material cost
Free of charge consulting
Be responsible for service a lifetime long
Customer Service
Customer Name
Contact telepone
Purchase date
Product code
Invoice no.
Maintenance station
Station telephone
Customer Name
Purchase date
Invoice no.
Product code
Production date
Maintenance date
Serial number
Record sheet 5
Record sheet 4
Customer Name
Purchase date
Invoice no.
Product code
Production date
Maintenance date
Serial number
Customer Name
Purchase date
Invoice no.
Product code
Production date
Maintenance date
Serial number
Record sheet 3
Record sheet 2
Customer Name
Purchase date
Invoice no.
Product code
Production date
Maintenance date
Serial number
Customer Name
Purchase date
Invoice no.
Product code
Production date
Maintenance date
Serial number
Record sheet 1
9000086867 (PD 85 12 10)
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