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INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION & USE for the AQUARIUS RANGE
WF445,WF440,WF430,WF250,WF240,WF225,WF220,WF215,WF210 and WF000
Hotpoint recommends, for your own safety and to ensure you get the best possible results from your
Washing Machine, you read through this booklet and follow these steps thoroughly.
Electrical Guide
STEP 1
STEP 2
Choose a location for your washing
machine, where possible on a solid
floor, with the electrical sockets and
water supply taps easily accessible.
Allow sufficient space: 600mm width,
600m depth and 900mm height.
DO NOT install in a bath or shower
room.
Dispose of packaging material in a safe
place and remove any labels.
Please read instructions thoroughly to
ensure you understand each stage
before you begin.
Remember you may be charged for a service call if a
problem with your washing machine is caused by
incorrect installation or misuse.
WARNING: This appliance must be earthed.
STEP 3
Dispenser Drawer
Installation Guide
STEP 4
Read through this section to familiarise
yourself with the different
compartments within the dispenser
drawer.
Programme Selection
A wash chart is provided to help you to
select your required programme.
Examples are given for the maximum
washing load weights for different fabric
types.
NOTE: Always follow manufacturer’s dosage
recommendations.
STEP 5
Using your Machine
STEP 6
Options Guide
How to start your selected programme
and how to stop or change the
programme if so required.
All available optional wash features are
explained within this section - These
allow you to adjust your selected wash
programme to suit your needs.
NOTE: Progress indicator lights show what stage in
the programme cycle has been reached.
NOTE: In addition to the temperature of the
incoming water, the selection of optional wash
features will affect the programme times.
STEP 7
A Typical Wash Programme
STEP 8
A picture guide provides a clear
explanation how to set a wash
programme.
DO NOT overload the washing machine.
READ BEFORE
CONTACTING
SERVICE!
Troubleshooting
Please refer to the Troubleshooting
section if you have any problems when
using your washing machine.
There may be nothing wrong!
NOTE: Hotpoint recommend, on completion of
your programme, that you switch off both the
electricity and water supply to the appliance.
Read the rest of these instructions to get the best from your appliance, remember to fill in your guarantee registration.
Keep this Book in a safe place for quick reference.
STEP 1
Electricity Supply
WARNING: The appliance must be earthed.
Fuses
Your appliance comes fitted with a plug and a 13 amp (13A) fuse. If
you need to replace the fuse, use only those rated at 13 amp (13A)
and ASTA approved to BS1362. To change the fuse lift the holder to
vertical position and lift the fuse out. To replace the fuse, insert the
fuse and push fuse holder down into the locked position. Correct
replacement is identified by colour coding or the marking on base of
plug.
WARNING: Do not use the plug unless the fuse holder is in the locked
position and the top cover firmly replaced.
Changing the Mains Lead
If you have damaged the existing lead and need a new one, contact
Hotpoint Service UK on: 08709 066 066 or
www.theservicecentre.co.uk (or in the Republic of Ireland on: 1850
302 200). A charge will be made.
We strongly advise that fitting a new lead is carried out by a qualified
electrician.
Seek professional advice if you need to use an extension lead.
Changing the Plug
If you need to change your plug, if it does not fit your socket: isolate
the machine from the mains supply. Cut off the supplied plug and
safely dispose of the discarded plug. DO NOT plug into any other
socket.
NOTE: If you change the plug, the colour of wires in the mains lead
may not match the colour of the markings which show the different
terminals in the plug. You must wire it as shown below:
Green and yellow (Earth)
wire to terminal marked ‘E’,
symbol , or coloured
green and yellow.
Blue (Neutral) wire to
terminal marked ‘N’ or
coloured black.
13A ASTA approved fuse to
BS1362.
Brown (Live) wire to terminal
marked ‘L’ or coloured red.
CE marking certifies that this appliance conforms to the following
EEC directives:
Low Voltage Equipment - 72/23/EEC & 93/68/EEC
Electromagnetic Compatibility - 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC & 93/68/EEC
STEP 2
Installation
1
TECHNICAL DETAILS
Dimensions
Capacity
59.5cm wide
85cm high
60cm deep
from 1 to 6kg
voltage 220/230 Volts 50Hz
Electric
Connections maximum absorbed power 1700W
Spin Speed
up to 1500rpm - WF250
up to 1400rpm - WF445,WF440
& WF240
up to 1300rpm - WF430
up to 1200rpm - WF225 & WF220
up to 1100rpm - WF215 & WF210
up to 1000rpm - WF000
Control
programmes programme D
according to temperature 60˚C
run with a 6kg load
IEC456
directive
4
IMPORTANT:
Situated, one either
side of the rear panel,
both transit bolts
(complete with
spacers) MUST be
removed before use...
Failure to do so may
cause damage to
your machine!
WF445,WF440,WF430,WF250,
WF240,WF225,WF220, WF215,
WF210 and WF000
Models
REMOVE TWO TRANSIT FIXINGS...
3
2
Follow these instructions to remove the TWO transit fixings.
It is important the transit
bolt and spacer come out
intact (see pic).
Use a crosshead
screwdriver to
remove the
plastic cover.
Unscrew the
bolt using a
13mm spanner.
STOP when 3
threads can be
seen.
Hold, slide
across and pull
to remove.
CONNECT TO THE WATER
SUPPLY...
PLEASE USE THE NEW HOSES SUPPLIED, FITTED
TO THE MACHINE.
For safety, replace both
plastic covers over the
holes left by removing
the two bolts.
DO NOT REMOVE!
i
Check both hot
and cold water
supplies are
running freely...
DRAINAGE SYSTEM... we recommend one of the following:
NOTE: ALTHOUGH YOU MAY NEED TO
MOVE THE HOOKED END SUPPORT
ALONG THE GREY DRAINAGE HOSE,
DO NOT REMOVE IT.
STANDPIPE METHOD
OR
Standpipe height:
minimum 500mm
from the floor.
(*see Getting to Know your Appliance)
LEVEL?...
YOUR MACHINE WILL BE NOISY IF THE TWO FRONT FEET ARE NOT
ADJUSTED SO THE MACHINE STANDS FIRM AND LEVEL.
The inclination of the machine, measured on the top, must not exceed 2˚.
- Move your machine into final location.
Take care not to trap or kink the hoses.
- Turn one or both front feet clockwise until
the machine stands firm and level.
The spring on each foot will stop them
coming loose.
If it is placed on a fitted carpet, adjust the feet
to ensure that there is adequate ventilation
beneath the washing machine.
year. Replace any
that show signs of
cracking, they
might burst due
to water pressure.
Insert drainage hose
approximately 100mm
into the standpipe.
.............................
5
800mm
from floor
cut off the blocked
end of the under sink
drainage unit.
ii
Connect fill hoses to the
water supply taps:
Red or Grey Hose end to
Hot and Blue Hose end
to Cold.
TURN BOTH TAPS ON...
the hoses
pressure at the tap
iv Water
iii Check
at least once a
must be in the range...
UNDER SINK METHOD
Hooked End Support
WHICHEVER DRAINAGE METHOD
YOU USE, MAKE SURE THAT THE
HOOKED END SUPPORT IS FIXED
LEVEL TO, OR ABOVE THE ‘PLUMBING
INDICATOR LINE’*
Old hoses may
cause leaks due to
worn out washers
or may split due to
water pressure.
Fix the hooked
end support at
a minimum
800mm from
the floor.
CONNECT TO THE POWER SUPPLY...
PLUG YOUR MACHINE INTO AN ELECTRICAL SOCKET WHICH IS
EASILY ACCESSIBLE. SWITCH ON
NOTE: Hotpoint recommend extension
leads are not used.
NOTE: The mains cable must only be
replaced by an authorised serviceman.
Max. 1Mpa (10 bar) and
Min. 0.05Mpa (0.5 bar)
If you have no hot water supply...
Attach the GREY
drainage hose to the
under sink drainage
unit securely, using a
hose clip.
6
A cold fill adaptor is available from
your local Hotpoint authorised
Service Centre or by calling the
Genuine Parts & Accessories Hotline
(see KEY CONTACTS).
READY...
TO CHECK ALL PARTS OF THE INSTALLATION AND TO THOROUGHLY
CLEAN THE INSIDE OF YOUR MACHINE:
RUN PROGRAMME ‘B’ (refer to ‘Programme Selection’, STEP 4).
✗
WITHOUT ANY LAUNDRY
and
WITHOUT ANY DETERGENT
✗
THIS WILL TAKE APPROXIMATELY 2hours 30minutes TO COMPLETE
STEP 3
The Dispenser Drawer
1
WARNING:
2
3
4
● Do not put any items into
the drawer, other than
detergents designed to be
released from the drawer, as
they may cause damage or
blockage.
5
Index:
1. Drawer release latch
2. Pre-wash detergent compartment
Maximum 200ml powder or
100ml liquid
3. Main detergent compartment
Maximum 400ml powder or
200ml liquid
4. Grate
5. Fabric conditioner compartment
120ml maximum
Dispensing Powder Detergent
To achieve the best wash results the manufacturer’s
recommended amount of detergent should be measured
and added to the main detergent compartment (II symbol)
(max. 400ml).
Dispensing Liquid Detergent
We recommend the use of a detergent dosing ball, as provided by your detergent
manufacturer.
Adding Fabric Conditioner
Pour the recommended amount of fabric conditioner into the
compartment (flower symbol).
Do not exceed the maximum fill line.
Pre-wash Programme A
When selecting programme A add detergent to both the pre-wash compartment
(I symbol) and the main wash compartment (II symbol).
DO NOT use in drum dosing devices with Pre-wash programme A.
STEP 4
Programme Selector Dial
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The temperature of the incoming water supply, load size and selection of any Optional Wash Feature, ie.
Time Saver, will affect the programme times*. Start the programme by following the instuctions in Step 5: ‘On-Off/Selecting a programme...’
Wash
label
Fabric
Temp.
˚C
Max.
dry
weight
load
Approx.
programme
time*
A
Mixed Prewash
30
6kg
20 minutes
Slow
B
White Cotton & Linen
without special finishes.
95
6kg
2 hours 30minutes
Fast
C
Super Wash
White Cotton & Linen
60
6kg
2 hours 20minutes
Fast
D
Colourfast Cotton, Linen
or Viscose without special
finishes.
60
6kg
2 hours
Fast
E
Fast Wash
Colourfast Cottons & Linen
60
5kg
1 hour
Fast
F
Non-colourfast Cottons,
Linen & Viscose
40
6kg
1 hour 45minutes
Fast
G
Coloured Synthetics:
coloured Nylon, Polyester,
Acrylic and Cotton mixtures,
Cotton or Viscose with special 50
finishes.
coloured Polyester and Cotton
mixtures.
H
Acrylics:
Acrylics and tri-acetate blends 40
of these fabrics with Wool,
Polyester and Wool blends.
WEIGHT OF
WASH LOAD
Spin
speed
Two examples of
maximum wash loads
for different types of
fabric:
COTTON
2
1
6
6
1
4
Bath Towels
Hand Towel
Shirts
Blouses
Pair of Pyjamas
Items of
Underwear
= 6kg
SYNTHETIC
3kg
1 hour 10minutes
Slow
3kg
1 hour 5minutes
Slow
2
4
4
1
4
Children’s Dresses
Shirts
Blouses
Pair of Pyjamas
Items of
Underwear
= 3kg
J
Handwash Wool
40
1kg
45minutes
Slow
K
Silks
30
3kg
55minutes
Gentle
L
Fast Wash
30
3kg
30minutes
Slow
M
Handwash
25
3kg
45minutes
Gentle
Rinse and Spin
Mixed
3kg
30minutes
Slow
Fast Spin
Cotton
6kg
15minutes
Fast
Slow Spin
Delicates
3kg
13minutes
Slow
Pump Out
All
2minutes
Handwash Wool Approved
‘The wool wash cycle on the
WF series of Hotpoint washing
machines has been tested and
approved by the Woolmark
Company for washing garments labelled as “hand wash”,
provided that the garments
are washed in accordance to
the instructions issued by the
manufacturer of this washing
machine.’
Note: We recommend using
a wool wash liquid when
using Programme J.
STEP 5
Using your Machine
Programme listing
Option buttons
Door Locked indicator light
Progress indicator lights
WARNINGS:
● In the unlikely
event of something
not working, see
‘Troubleshooting’
STEP 8.
‘On/Off’ button
‘Start/Cancel’
button
Variable Temperature dial
Variable Spin Speed dial
Programme selector dial
On-Off / Selecting a programme...
The machine is switched on by pressing the ‘On/Off’ button for 2 seconds. All the indicator lights will light up for a few seconds and
the ‘Door Locked’ indicator light will flash once.
Turn the programme selector dial to the desired programme. Load the laundry and detergent. Select the options you require.
Press the ‘Start/Cancel’ button for 2 seconds to start the programme.
To stop or change a programme...
Press the ‘Start/Cancel’ button for 2 seconds.
Select ‘Pump Out’ on the programme selector dial.
When the machine has finished emptying, turn the programme selector dial to the new programme (you may need to add
detergent). Press the ‘Start/Cancel’ button to start the programme.
● If you cancel a hot wash programme, take care when removing the laundry, it might still be very hot.
Progress indicator lights...
Door Locked indicator light...
● The ‘Door Locked’ indicator light will come on two
These will light up when you choose a programme, to indicate
the progress of the selected programme. When started, the
first light in the cycle will stay lit and as the programme
progresses, successive lights will come on until the
programme finishes.
seconds after you press the ‘Start/Cancel’ button and will
stay lit throughout the programme. A short time after the
programme has finished the indicator light will go out and
you can then open the door.
● Selected programmes will not start if the door is not closed
properly, the ‘Door Locked’ indicator light will flash to show
this. Push the door shut until you hear the catch click.
STEP 6
Options
Button Selection:
To select an option, press the button and you will see a light come on alongside the button.
Press again to cancel, and the light will go out.
● If the selected option is not available with your chosen programme, the corresponding light will flash
briefly.
Reduce Creases
Time Saver
Reduces wash action and spin speed, meaning less ironing for
delicate clothes.
● This option is available with programmes C, E, G, H plus
Rinse and Spin.
Saves up to a third on the programme time.
● This is available with programmes B, D, G and H only.
Mini Load...
Rinse Hold
(Models WF445,WF440,WF430,WF250,WF225 and WF220 only)
Clothes will be held in the final rinse water, keeping them fresh
until you are ready to complete the programme.
Complete the final spin by pressing the Rinse Hold button when
the light is flashing.
● This is not available with programmes A,E,J,L,M or Spin only.
For washing a smaller load.
In addition to reducing actual washing time, this option will
reduce water and energy consumption by up to 50%.
Note: You can reduce the amount of detergent you use with this
wash.
● This is not available with programmes A, C, F, J, K, L, M or Spin
only.
Extra Rinse
Energy Save...
For large wash loads and items for young children or people
with sensitive skin.
This option adds a rinse.
● This is not available with programmes A, J, K, L, M or Spin
only.
(Models WF240,WF215,WF210 and WF000 only)
This option reduces the wash temperature by 5˚C.
● This option is available with programmes B, C, D, E and G.
Variable Spin Speed
Variable Temperature
● Only available on models:
WF445,WF440,WF430, WF240,WF215 and WF210.
● Only available on models:
WF445,WF440,WF430,WF250,WF225 and WF220.
Use this control to reduce the programme spin
speed only.
If you leave this dial in the maximum position,
the spin speed will be the maximum which is
appropriate for whatever wash programme you
have chosen.
When the programme has finished, return the
dial to the original setting.
Use this control to reduce the wash
temperature only.
If you leave this dial in the maximum position
(95), the actual wash temperature will be the
maximum which is appropriate for the wash
programme you have chosen.
When the programme has finished return the
dial to the original setting.
WARNINGS:
● DO NOT allow
children to play
with the appliance
or tamper with the
controls.
● DO NOT overload
the appliance!
It may damage
the laundry and
reduce the
quality of the
wash.
● During the wash
cycle, remember
that the door
glass may
become hot to
the touch.
● DO NOT open the
dispenser drawer
during any
programme.
● DO NOT try to
open the door
when the ‘Door
Locked’ indicator
light is on.
● If you stop a programme
part way through a wash
or there is a power cut,
take care when opening
the door, the machine
may contain hot water.
STEP 7
1
Sort laundry into
groups by washcare
labels.
Load the machine,
making sure that the
laundry is not
trapped in the door.
Close the door by
pushing it until it
clicks.
6
(Models:
WF445,WF440,WF430,
WF250,WF225 and
WF220 only):
Reduce the wash
temperature if you
wish by turning the
variable temperature
control dial (see STEP
6).
A Typical Wash Programme
2
3
Add detergent (and
fabric conditioner if
required) to the
dispenser drawer (see
STEP 3).
Refer to the detergent
manufacturer’s
dosage instructions.
7
Press the ‘On/Off‘
button.
Turn the programme
selector dial to the
programme required
(see STEP 4).
When all selections
have been made
press the
‘Start/Cancel’ button.
To stop a programme
before it has finished:
press the
‘Start/Cancel’ button
again.
Turn the programme
selection dial to
‘Pump Out’.
When the machine has finished emptying
you can select a new programme.
Press the ‘Start/Cancel’ button to start the
new programme.
4
Select any optional
wash feature(s) that
you may require by
pressing the
appropriate button(s),
indicator lights will
show what you have
chosen (see STEP 6).
8
During the wash, the
progress indicator
lights will show what
stage in the cycle the
programme has
reached.
5
(Models:
WF445,WF440,WF430,
WF240,WF215 and
WF210 only):
Reduce the spin
speed if you wish by
turning the variable
spin speed control
dial (see STEP 6).
9
A short time after the
programme has
finished the ‘Door
Locked’ indicator light
will go out and you
can open the door.
We recommend that
you switch off the
electricity and water
supply.
Automatic Features...
Auto half load
Auto half load saves you time and money when washing smaller loads.
Water levels are automatically adjusted to cater for the different loads.
Unbalanced load
Your machine has an inbuilt feature to prevent it spinning with an unbalanced load. This will minimise excessive vibration and
prolong the life of the machine. Before each spin the machine ‘senses’ the load within the drum and if the machine considers the
load to be unbalanced, it will not automatically spin. Instead the machine will try to redistribute the load to achieve balance by
tumbling backwards and forwards. If it is unable to balance the load after the sixth attempt the machine will abort the spin
process.
If this safety feature is encountered you can spin the load after first opening the door, redistributing the load and selecting a fast or
slow, spin only programme. In the case of small loads or single items you may try adding some extra items of a comparable size to
help balance the load.
STEP 8
Troubleshooting -
More ‘Troubleshooting information and general product advice can be found on our website, visit: www.theservicecentre.co.uk/help
Washcare Tips:
● Do not overload the machine
(maximum load 6kg).
In addition to reducing the
quality of the wash, this may also
damage your laundry and the
machine.
● We strongly recommend that you
do not wash underwired bras in
this machine. Should the wires
become detached it could cause
damage to your clothes and the
machine. If the washcare label
states that the bra is machine
washable, then we advise placing
it in a sealed pillow case or a
similar washbag. Remember, you
will be charged for a service call
resulting from a detached bra
wire.
● Do not use the machine if the
item to be washed does not have
a wash label.
Before washing laundry we
recommend that you do the
following:
● Pre-treat awkward stains with
washable treatments.
Do not wash any items that have
previously been treated with
solvents.
● Close zips, fasten belts, tie strings
and close press studs to prevent
tangling.
● Empty ALL objects from pockets
as they may damage the clothes
and the machine.
MY MACHINE MAKES A
NOISE OR VIBRATES IN A
SPIN PROGRAMME.
MY MACHINE WILL NOT
START
Close the door. Choose a
programme and then press ‘On/Off’
Check all loose items, such as
coins, have been removed
from the laundry.
Have both transit bolts been
removed from the machine?
✓
Is the machine plugged in
and switched on?
✓
Have you adjusted the feet
to stabilise the machine?
Is the socket OK? Test with
another appliance to check.
See STEP 2: Installation
●
●
●
✗
✗
✓
Is the fuse in the plug OK?
Plug the machine in and
turn the socket switch on.
MY LAUNDRY HAS NOT
SPUN DRY.
If possible use another socket
for the machine.
Was a short spin programme
used on a non-synthetic load.
●
Are the drainage unit, standpipe
or under sink connections free
from blockages?
✓
If not replace it, see STEP 1:
Electricity Supply
✗
Clear any blockages that have
been found
Is the machine connected to
a sink waste system?
✓
Check the blocked end of the
under sink drainage unit has
been cut off.
There has been an unbalanced load
and the machine could not spin.
See ‘Automatic Features’ STEP 7.
Did the water pump out?
If not see ‘MY MACHINE DOES
NOT PUMP OUT WATER’.
Is your water pressure too
high?
✓
MY MACHINE STOPS
BEFORE A SPIN
PROGRAMME.
The ‘Rinse Hold’ button has
been pressed, this will hold
laundry in the final rinse water,
until the button is pressed
again.
WATER COLLECTS IN THE
FABRIC DISPENSER
COMPARTMENT
Clean fabric dispenser drawer.
See STEP 3:‘The Dispenser
Drawer’.
✗
Turn the main supply tap
down.
Is the standpipe or household
drain blocked.
✗
You may need to call in a
plumber.
Is steam coming from
the dispenser drawer?
✓
The machine is designed to
release steam from the dispenser
drawer during hot washes.
Check the feet have been
levelled.
THE PROGRAMME TAKES A
LONG TIME
Check for low temperature and
low pressure of the hot and cold
water supply.
✗
Check the drawer is properly
aligned.
SUDS ARE COMING FROM
THE DISPENSER DRAWER
✓
✗
✓
Is the drawer clogged with
detergent?
✓
Clean the dispenser drawer, see
STEP 3:‘The Dispenser Drawer’
Are the fill hoses on correctly?
If not tighten them.
Does the washer need
replacing?
✗
✓
Has ‘Rinse Hold’ been selected?
✗
The light will flash until the button
is pressed again.
✓
Press the ‘Rinse Hold’ button
again.
See STEP 2: Installation
THE DISPENSER WILL NOT
CLOSE PROPERLY
MY MACHINE IS LEAKING
Has the drain hose been installed
correctly? Ensure it is not blocked ✗
or kinked.
✓
Does the ‘door indicator’ light
come on after 2 seconds?
Has the variable spin speed dial
(if fitted) been set to “No Spin”?
Remember, you will be charged
for a service call to rectify a
malfunction resulting from
objects, such as coins, pens, hair
grips etc. falling from pockets.
Limit the size of absorbent loads
ie. towels, to 3kg (7lb) to give
good washing and rinsing results.
Place small items in a wash bag.
Always follow the care label on
items when choosing the wash
programme.
Wash non-colourfast items or
really dirty laundry separately as
they may affect other items.
MY MACHINE DOES NOT
PUMP OUT WATER
Check the correct amount of
suitable detergent has been used,
refer to manufacturer’s
recommendations.
If you have used the wrong type of
detergent, select a Rinse programme
to flush out your machine.
✗
NOT ALL OF THE DETERGENT
HAS BEEN FLUSHED AWAY
Check that your water supply
taps are turned on fully.
✓
Check the inlet hoses are not
kinked.
Is your hot water pressure low?
✓
You may need a cold fill adaptor
to run your machine as cold fill
only. See ‘Installation’, STEP 2.
If your machine is still not working
contact:
Repair Service and Information Desk
UK 08709 066 066
Republic of Ireland 1850302 200
You will be asked for the following
details: Name and Address, Post
Code,Telephone Number, Date of
Purchase, Colour and Model/Serial
Numbers - which can be found on
the inside of the door.
Clear and precise details of the query
or fault.
Remember, you will be charged for a
service call if a problem with your
machine is caused by incorrect
installation or misuse.
Remember, you will be charged for a service call for problems caused by incorrect installation, non-removal of transit bolts or packaging, leaks from household pipework, loose or blocked fill and drain hoses.
Washing items that DO NOT have a wash label or washing items that are not intended as machine washable and NOT emptying contents from pockets may cause pump or drain blockages, or may damage components within the machine.
Getting to Know your Appliance
Model shows the maximum features available on an Aquarius
washing machine.
Dispenser Drawer Control Panel
Unplug your appliance when cleaning it or carrying out maintenance.
Cleaning the Exterior:
Use a damp cloth or silicon polish to clean the exterior surfaces of the
appliance.
Cleaning the Door Bowl:
Clean the internal surface of the door bowl regularly with a soft cloth.
A build up of soap powder and water hardness residue may result in
water leaking from the door.
Interlocking door
and release lever
Cleaning the Dispenser Drawer & Compartments:
Hooked End Support
It is advisable to clean the dispenser drawer regularly:
Mains Cable
Rating Plate
1
Pull the drawer out until it reaches its stop.
2
Press the drawer release latch
down to remove the dispenser
drawer.
3
Clean and dry the
dispenser drawer,
syphons, grate and
fabric conditioner exit
channel (A).
Also, regularly clean the
outlet pipe area (B).
Front Adjustable Feet
Hot Water inlet point and
supplied Hose (Red or Grey end)
Cold Water inlet point and
supplied Hose (Blue end)
Transit Bolts (both MUST be removed
before using your machine).
Drainage Hose
4
Plumbing Indicator Line label
B
Relocate the dispenser drawer and push it
firmly back into place.
WARNINGS:
Rear Feet
Maintenance Wash:
A
We recommend a maintenance wash 2 or 3 times a year, to avoid a build
up of greasy deposits and water hardness residue.
Run Programme B without laundry and without detergent.
● Do not try to clean any
● Do not clean any part of the
part of the dispenser
machine with abrasive cleaners,
drawer while the machine
scouring agents, acids, any
is working.
bleaches or metal polish, as
they may cause damage.
Key Contacts
After Sales Service
Over 1100 trained specialists, directly employed by us, ensure that you can have complete confidence in both the appliances and
services we offer.
Extended Warranties
Repair Service and Information Desk
UK: 08709 066 066
UK: 08709 088 088
Monday to Friday, 8am to 7.30pm
Monday to Sunday, 8am to 8pm
Saturday, 8.30am to 5.30pm
www.hotpointservice.co.uk
Sunday, 9.30am to 3.30pm
Republic of Ireland: 1850 502 200
www.hotpointservice.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 302 200
Genuine Parts and Accessories
Note: Our operators will require the following information:
UK: 08709 077 077
Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm
The Model number
(which can be found on
Saturday, 8.30am to 12 noon
the control panel)
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Republic of Ireland: (01) 842 6836
The Serial number
(which can be found on the
inner door trim)
Hotpoint guarantee
After Sales Service
“Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back”
“No company is better positioned to offer an after sales service on
a Hotpoint appliance than us - the manufacturer”.
As part of our commitment to you, all Hotpoint appliances have the
added benefit of a fully inclusive parts and labour guarantee for the first
12 months. In addition to this you also have the advantage of free
replacement parts for the first 5 years when fitted by a Hotpoint
engineer. When the 12 months parts and labour guarantee expires we
offer the following after sales service options:
We give you a unique ‘satisfaction guaranteed’ promise - valid
for 90 days - after you have purchased your Hotpoint
appliance. If there is a technical problem simply call Hotpoint
Repair service or visit our web-site at
www.hotpointservice.co.uk and where necessary, we will
arrange for an engineer to call. If the technical problem is not
resolved under this guarantee, we will replace your machine
or, if you prefer, give you your money back.
All Hotpoint appliances carry a fully inclusive 12 month parts
and labour guarantee as well as free replacement parts for the
first 5 years (except microwaves, selected integrated
appliances and cooker hoods, which have a one year
guarantee) provided that they are fitted by a Hotpoint
engineer.
Repair Service and Information Help Desk
UK: 08709 066066
www.hotpointservice.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 302 200
Note: Our operators will require the Model number and the Serial number
of your appliance.
Available 364 days a year with a fast, effective and value for money
service. We have the largest white goods repair service in the UK with over
1100 of our own fully trained engineers. All repairs include a parts and
labour guarantee for 12 months from the date of the repair.
If you require any information or have any questions about your
appliance, our operators are on hand with help and advice.
All this ensures that you will receive the best available after sales service
possible.
Guarantee terms and conditions
Your guarantee is only applicable in the United
Kingdom or Republic of Ireland and is subject to the
following provisions that your appliance:
● Has been installed and used correctly in accordance with
this instruction booklet.
● Has been used solely for domestic purposes and is located
Extended Warranties
on domestic premises (ie. not for commercial or trade
UK: 08709 088 088
use).
www.hotpointservice.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 502 200
● Has been properly connected to a suitable electrical
supply voltage as stated on the appliance rating plate.
Whether you have just one or a number of Hotpoint appliances in your
● Has not been subject to misuse, accident, modified or
kitchen, we offer two service cover plans to give you total peace of mind.
repaired by anyone other than one of our own service
● Repair Protection Plan - FREE service repairs for a single Hotpoint
engineers.
appliance during the period of cover.
For pre purchase information on any other Hotpoint
product,
call: 08701 50 60 70 or visit: www.hotpoint.co.uk
Recycling & Disposal Information
As part of Hotpoint’s continued commitment to helping the environment,
Hotpoint reserves the right to use quality recycled components to keep down
customer costs and minimise material wastage.
● Kitchen Cover
- FREE service repairs for all your Hotpoint
appliances less than 8 years old.
Genuine Parts and Accessories
UK: 08709 077 077
www.hotpointservice.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: (01) 842 6836
A wide range of genuine parts and accessories are available from our
hotline or through our web site.
Genuine parts and accessories, extended warranties and service
repairs are all available on our web-site at:
Please dispose of packaging and old appliances carefully.
To minimise risk of injury to children, remove the door, plug and cut mains cable
off flush with the appliance. Dispose of these parts separately to ensure that the
appliance can no longer be plugged into a mains socket, and the door cannot be
locked shut.
www.hotpointservice.co.uk
Indesit Company UK Limited, Morley Way, Peterborough, PE2 9JB.
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01/2005 - 195041103.05
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