Ford 2007 Freestar Automobile User Manual

Use & Care Guide
Washing Machine
MAYTAG
MAF9601
CONTENTS
READ FIRST
PAGE
CARE
PAGE
1 Before washing for the first time
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11 Care and cleaning
20-21
2 Safety instructions
4-5
General, Installation, Washer door, Interrupting a programme, Overfill protection,
Packing materials, Transport/Winter storage, Disposal
3 Child safety
6
Child-safe washing, Watch that Child,
Child lock on Start/Stop button
4 Parts of the washing machine
7
5 Detergent compartment
7
6 Panel
8
7 Option buttons
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INSTALLATION
Inspecting the coin trap and drain pump,
Cleaning the detergent compartment, Cleaning the outside of the machine, Cleaning
the inside of the machine to prevent odour
problems, Clean-out recess under the ridges, If you have hard water
PROBLEMS?
12 Trouble shooting
22-25
Machine will not start, Door will not close,
Door will not open, Fault indications on
the display, Normal indications on the display, Washing temperature – Celsius or Fahrenheit
See Installation Instructions
MISCELLANEOUS
START WASHING
8 Before washing
13 Technical information
9-11
Sorting the washing, Garments, Washing
instructions, Coloured cotton, Delicate
washing, Minimizing allergy risks, PreSoak, Save time, Economy and efficiency,
Detergents, Textile dyeing
9 Washing
12-17
Washing – step-by-step, Table of available
programmes
10 Consumption values
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27
Technical data, Standard tests
14 Service and guarantee
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15 Quick guide
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16 Index
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1 BEFORE WASHING THE FIRST TIME
CAUTION WITH CERTAIN MATERIALS
WASHER DOOR
Always check and adhere to recommended
washing marking on the items concerned. If no
recommendations are given, refer to those in
Chapter 8, Before washing.
The door of the washer opens electrically. Consequently, the door cannot be opened normally
until the machine is connected to an electric
power supply. However, emergency opening is
available, see Chapter 12, Trouble shooting.
TRANSPORT SUPPORTS
Are the transport supports removed? If not, see
the Installation instructions.
CHECK HARDNESS OF THE WATER
Call your local water company to find out what
degree of water hardness applies. This has significance in relation to the amount of detergent
that should be dispensed.
For brief operating instructions; see Chapter 15, Quick guide.
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2 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL
INTERRUPTING A PROGRAMME
• Study and save this Use and Care Guide for
future reference.
• Electrical and water installation, if required,
must be carried out by authorized persons.
• The machine may only be used for washing
in accordance with this Use and Care Guide not for dry cleaning.
• Use only detergents intended for machine
washing.
• Remove the transport supports before using
the machine, see installation instructions.
• Repairs and maintenance which affect safety
or performance must be carried out by an authorized specialist.
You can interrupt a washing programme and
open the door by holding the
button
down for three seconds. The machine will then
“remember” the point in the washing programme at which it was interrupted. To restart: fill
with new detergent, if required, and close the
door. The machine will start automatically from
the point at which the programme was interrupted.
You can also interrupt a programme by pressing the
button for three seconds. If you
interrupt a programme with this button, the
machine will forget where it was in the programme, and you will have to select a new programme to restart and fill with new detergent,
if required.
INSTALLATION
See the accompanying installation instructions.
OVERFILL PROTECTION
WASHER DOOR
The door of the washer opens electrically. Consequently, the door cannot be opened normally
until the machine is connected to an electric
power supply.
To open the door manually, see the heading,
Door will not open, in Chapter 12, Trouble
shooting.
The machine cannot be started with the door
open.
To open the door during an ongoing programme, see below, Interrupting a programme.
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If the level of water in the machine rises above
normal, the overfill protection will start to pump
out water and shut off the water supply. The
programme will be interrupted if the level does
not fall within 60 seconds.
PACKING MATERIAL
Sort the packing material for recycling according to recommendations by the local authorities.
TRANSPORT/ WINTER STORAGE
If the machine is to be transported, or stored in
unheated premises where the temperature can
fall below freezing point, you should proceed as
follows:
• Empty the coin trap and the drain pump; see
Chapter 11, Care - Cleaning.
• Turn off the water supply to the washing machine, disconnect the supply hose to the inlet valve, and let the water drain from the valve and
the hose.
DISPOSAL
When the machine is no longer useful and is to
be scrapped it should immediately be made
unusable.
Get in touch with the refuse collection service or your local authorities for advice on how
to scrap the machine in a proper manner for
recycling.
The machine is made and marked to facilitate recycling.
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3 CHILDREN’S SAFETY
CHILD-SAFE WASHING
CHILD LOCK ON
Always close the washer door and start the programme immediately after filling the detergent.
Do not allow children to play with the washing machine.
You can prevent a child from starting the washing machine by mistake. You can do this by
locking the
button, as follows.
BUTTON
Child lock On/Off:
PROTECT CHILDREN
Keep detergents and conditioner out of the reach
of children.
Set the programme selector knob to the position in which it points directly upwards.
Turn off the main power switch
and
then turn it on again so that the machine is in
stand-by mode.
Press the
button five times, and then
press the
button five times. These ten presses must be completed within 15 seconds.
Within three seconds after pressing the
button for the last time, you must then use the
button to select Child lock On (the figure
appears in the display) or Off (the figure
appears in the display).
Start a programme with the
button
locked:
To start the machine, you must hold the
button down for three seconds.
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4 PARTS OF THE WASHER
1
2
3
Start/Sto
p
1. DETERGENT COMPARTMENT
2. MAIN POWER SWITCH
3. PROGRAMME PANEL
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4. DATA PLATE
5. COVER - DRAIN PUMP
6. DRAIN PUMP (BEHIND THE COVER)
7. WASHER DOOR
8. OUTER DOOR (NOT ALL MODELS)
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8
5
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5 DETERGENT COMPARTMENT
1. DETERGENT COMPARTMENT - PRE-WASH
2. DETERGENT COMPARTMENT - MAIN WASH
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1
3
3. CONDITIONER COMPARTMENT
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6 PANEL
3
4
2
1
Drain
Spin
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6
Heavy Cotton
Start
White Cotton
Rinse
Cotton Eco
Hand
Synthetics
Wool
Cool Cotton
Stop
2h
Quick
MAF 9601. AAA PERFORMANCE 1600RPM
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8
1. DETERGENT COMPARTMENT
5. DISPLAY
2. INDICATOR LAMP ON/OFF
6. START/STOP BUTTON WITH LED TO
3. MAIN POWER SWITCH
4. PROGRAMME SELECTOR KNOB
THE PROGRAMMES ARE DESCRIBED IN
INDICATE PROGRAMME STARTED
7. SETTING AND OPTION BUTTONS
8. DOOR OPENING BUTTON WITH LED TO
CHAPTER 9, WASHING.
INDICATE DOOR OPEN
7 OPTION BUTTONS
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2
3
1. BUTTON FOR TEMPERATURE SELECTION
2. BUTTON FOR SPIN SPEED SELECTION
3. BUTTON FOR DELAYED START SELECTION
4. BUTTON FOR SUPER RINSE SELECTION
5. BUTTON FOR E2 ECO/EFFICIENCY SELECTION
6. BUTTON FOR PRE-SOAK SELECTION
The LEDs indicate that the associated choice has been
activated.
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8
5
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8 BEFORE WASHING
Before you start washing, here is some advice
that can be useful.
SORTING THE WASHING
Sort garments in relation to:
• How soiled they are
• Colour
• Material
GARMENTS
• Close zip-fasteners so that they do not chafe
against other items.
• New coloured garments can have surplus dye
and should therefore be washed separately the
first time.
• Turn garments inside out.
This reduces the risk of burling and dye creases.
• Empty pockets and suitably
let them wash turned inside
out.
RECOMMENDED WASHING MARKING
Check the recommended washing marking on
garments. The table below gives useful information on suitable washing programmes for different materials and amounts of washing.
COLOURED COTTON
Coloured cotton garments marked with a recommendation for 60ºC should be washed the
first time at 60ºC to get rid of any surplus dye.
If this advice is ignored there is a risk that colours will run. Use a detergent without bleach
to safeguard the colours.
DELICATE WASHING
Unbleached linen
Unbleached linen should be washed at 60ºC
using a detergent without bleach or optical
whitening agent. Severely soiled linen can occasionally be washed at a higher temperature,
but not too often because heat can destroy the
lustre and strength of linen.
Symbols in washing instructions
WASHING
LABEL
MATERIAL
PROGRAMME
LOAD
Cotton, linen, white and light colours
Heavy
1/1 drum
Cotton, linen. Darker colours
White Cotton 60°C
1/1 drum
Polyester, cotton/polyester, nylon. Whites
Synthetics
60°C
1/2 drum
Rayon, acetates, acrylics. Sensitive colours
Synthetics
40°C
1/2 drum
Polyesters, cotton/polyester, nylon. Colours
Synthetics
40°C
1/2 drum
Silk and very delicate items
Synthetics
30°C
1/3 drum
Items marked IWS and Superwash
Wool/Hand 30°C
1/3 drum
60°C to 95°C
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Wool and silk
PRE-SOAKING
Wool and silk are sometimes marked machine
wash, and sometimes hand wash. The Wool and
Hand programmes of the machine are at least
as gentle as washing by hand.
Wool is particularly sensitive to mechanical
processing. If you wish to avoid spin drying,
you can press out the water instead using terry
towelling. In this case, you should select No
Spin. See Chapter 9, Washing for details of how
to select this setting.
Most garments will tolerate a short spin, however. The Wool and Hand programmes always include a short spin.
The Pre-soaking option 2 h means that your
washing will be soaked for two hours before the
programme starts. This is useful for highly soiled washing.
The drum will rotate on two occasions every
tenth minute.
SAVE TIME
Use the White/Coloured programme to save
time. This programme has a shorter main wash
than ”Normal”, but it is often sufficient for normally soiled washing.
ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY
Man-made fibres and synthetic fibres
These materials require a lot of space if they are
not to crease. Fill the drum only to half load
when washing man-made/synthetic fibres. Select a short spin by selecting a spin speed of 800
revolutions/minute or lower.
NOTE
Viscose and acetate are brittle when wet.
MINIMIZING ALLERGY RISKS
This washing machine offers a Super rinse function
. You should use this to take account
of persons with a sensitive skin, for example
persons with allergies and infants.
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You can save a lot of energy by not using a
stronger programme than necessary.
- Without increasing the temperature, the washing effect can be increased by selecting the
option. You will then save energy without losing any washing effect.
- Select a fast spin speed to reduce the energy
consumption for subsequent drying in a tumble
dryer or a drying cabinet.
- Select Quick if you simply need to freshen up
shirts or training kit, etc. You will save both
water and energy.
DETERGENTS
Overdosing detergent will not give better results, it only increases the burden on the environment.
Try using less detergent, and increase the dose
only if you are displeased with the washing results.
TEXTILE DYEING
If you want to dye fabrics in the machine, select
Normal with the Super rinse option,
.
Choose a temperature according to recommendations from the dye maker. If the fabrics
to be dyed are mixtures such as cotton/polyester, you should select a spin speed of 800 revolutions/minute.
NOTE
Bleaches or stain removers that contain the chemical Na2S2O4, known as sodium dithionite or
sodium hyposulphite, must not be used in this
washing machine. If these substances are used
they could cause corrosion and discoloration.
NOTE
Put the dye directly in the drum - not in the
detergent compartment. After dyeing, the empty machine should be run using the same programme. Use a normal amount of detergent.
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9 WASHING
The following step-by-step instructions are provided to help you to achieve the best possible
washing result.
Powder detergent
Pour in the powder for main wash (
pre-wash ( ).
) and any
Pre-wash
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SORT THE WASHING
Main wash
Conditioner
For tips and advice, see Chapter 8 – Before
washing.
NOTE
Empty the pockets. Coins, nails and similar
items can cause damage to the machine and
textiles.
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3
.
Press the
button once, and the LED
next to the button will light. The door
will open after three seconds. Put in the washing.
The table above the washing programme indicates how much washing you can put in for
each programme.
PUTTING IN THE DETERGENT AND CONDITIONER
Follow the recommendations on the detergent packet for how much detergent should
be used. The capacity of the machine is for 5.0
kg washing. If you put a smaller amount in the
machine, you can reduce the amount of detergent accordingly.
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When using liquid detergent, follow the detergent manufacturer’s recommendations.
TURN ON THE MAIN POWER SWITCH
OPEN THE DOOR AND PUT IN THE WASHING.
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Liquid detergent
Detergent ball or dosing bag
If you are using a detergent ball or dosing bag,
put it in with the washing and select a programme without pre-wash.
Conditioner
Pour conditioner in the compartment marked
. Follow the maker’s instructions regarding
the amount.
NOTE
Do not exceed the maximum dose level of the
container, the conditioner will otherwise flow
in too soon and deteriorate the washing effect.
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8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Spin
Rinse
Hand (C)
Wool (C)
Quick
Cool Cotton
Synthetics
Cotton Eco
White Cotton
Heavy Cotton
C,30-95
C,30-95
C,30-95
C,30-95
C,30-95
C,30-95
C,30-40
C,30-40
1600
1600
1600
800
1600
1600
800
800
1600
1600
Pumping only
Spin
s (B)
Rinse
Programme content
Spin
s (B)
Rinse
TABLE OF AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES
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Drain
Wash
Ma
w a sx. quan
h i n g tity o
f
TTem
pera
(A)
ture
°C
Rinse
Spin
Programme information
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1/1 (6,0 kg)
1/2 (3,0 kg)
1/3 (2,0 kg)
Max.
s
rev/m pin speed
in
Miscellaneous
Shorter main wash than for Normal
Slightly more gentle than Wool.
Short spin (max. 800 (A) C in the display denotes the temperature of the incoming
rev/min)
water.
(B) With Super rinse On option selected:
Long spin
For progr 1-3: four rinses are added at the same time as
one spin is eliminated.
For progr 4-8: two extra rinses are added before the final
ordinary rinse.
(C) Delicate programme - high water level
Spin
s (B)
Rinse
wash
Main
amme
Progr
ash
Pre-w
No.
amme
Progr
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SELECT A PROGRAMME
Select the programme that you wish to
use with the programme selector knob.
See the table of programmes for more information about the various available programmes.
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SELECTING SETTINGS AND OPTIONS
You can obtain a washing programme to
suit your particular wash by changing the
settings and options.
The machine will remember the settings and
options that you make for each programme and
will start with these (with a few exceptions –
temperatures above 60°C and Delayed start)
the next time you select the programme concerned. Of course, you can then make a further
change if you wish.
Temperature
Set the temperature by indexing forward with
the
button. The selected temperature is
indicated in the display as you index forward.
You can select temperatures between 30°C
and 95°C or
(
if set for Fahrenheit).
denotes that the wash temperature will
be the same as that of the incoming water.
For certain programmes, it is not possible to
select a temperature higher than 40°C; see the
table.
Spin speed/No Spin/No Drain
Select the spin speed by indexing forward with
the
button. The selected speed is indicated in the display as you index forward.
You can select speeds from 400-1600 revolu-
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tions/minute, No Spin ( ) or No Spin/No
).
Drain (
For certain programmes, it is not possible to
select a spin speed higher than 800 revolutions/
minute; see the table.
Spinning at 400-800 revolutions/minute always means a short spin. Spinning at 1000 revolutions/minute or higher always means a long
spin.
No Spin (
) means that the programme
will be executed without spins and will end with
draining.
No Spin/No Drain (
) means that
the programme will be executed without spins
and will end with the final rinsing water remaining in the machine. The wash will then
remain floating in the final rinsing water and
will not become creased. Once the programme
is complete, you can then select one or other of
the Spin or Drain programmes or press the door
opening button to empty the rinsing water from
the machine.
Delayed start
Set the number of hours by which the start will
be delayed by indexing forward with the
button. The selected time is indicated in the
display as you index forward.
A delay of 5 hours thus means that the machine will start the programme 5 hours after pressing the start button.
You can select a delay of between 1 and 24
hours.
denotes that the option is disconnected
and that the programme will start immediately
as usual.
Super rinse
Super rinse is switched on or off by pressing the
button.
The LED next to the button will light when
Super rinse is switched on.
Super rinse means that extra rinses will be
added to the programme; see the Table.
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C L O S E T H E D O O R A N D S TA RT T H E
PROGRAMME WITH THE
BUTTON
The LED next to the button indicates
that the programme has started.
NOTE
If the child lock is on, the button must be held
down for 3 seconds.
E2 Eco/Efficiency
Remaining time
E2 is switched on or off by pressing the
button.
The LED next to the button will light when
E2 is switched on.
This option means that the main wash will
be extended by about 22 minutes.
E2 can only be used with Heavy, Normal and
White/Coloured.
For more information about E2 Eco/Efficiency, see Chapter 8 – Before washing.
The remaining time (hours and minutes) is
shown in the display while the programme is
operating.
indicates 2 hours and 35
minutes, for example.
Once a programme has started, an estimated
running time for the programme is displayed.
This time may vary to some extent from time to
time due to the temperature of the incoming
water and the size of the load.
The remaining time is recalculated before the
final rinse and may then be increased or reduced to some extent.
Pre-soak
Pre-soak is switched on or off by pressing the
button.
2h
The LED next to the button will light when
Pre-soak is switched on.
The Pre-soaking option 2 h
means that
your washing will be soaked for two hours before the programme starts. This is useful for highly soiled washing.
The drum will rotate on two occasions every
tenth minute.
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DURING THE PROGRAMME
If you wish to interrupt or change the
programme
Hold down the
button for three seconds. An extinguished LED next to the button
indicates that the programme has been interrupted.
Add more detergent, if necessary, before selecting a new programme.
Putting in or taking out washing
If you wish to put in or take out washing after
you have started the machine, you must hold
down the
button for three seconds, when
the LED next to the button will light. Any water will be pumped out, and the door can then
be opened. Put in more washing, add more detergent, if necessary, and close the door. The
washing programme will restart automatically
from the point at which it was interrupted.
Changing settings after starting
It is possible for you to alter certain settings
and options after you have started the washing
programme.
Hold down the button for the setting or the
option for three seconds. The temperature is
shown in the display.
Within 15 seconds of releasing the button,
you must index forward to the new desired setting.
In order to make an alteration, however, the
part of the programme that you wish to alter
must not have been activated yet.
- Programme – If the programme selector knob
is moved when the programme is running, this
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will not affect the programme. You should interrupt the programme instead.
- Temperature – can be altered before the main
wash has started.
- Spin speed – can be altered before the water is
pumped out after the main wash.
- Delayed start – cannot be altered. You should
instead interrupt the programme, change the
settings and restart the machine.
- Super rinse – can be altered before the water
is pumped out after the main wash.
- E2 – can be altered before the start of the
main wash.
-The Pre-soak option means that the washing
is left to soak for two hours before the programme starts.
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PROGRAMME COMPLETED
The text
in the display indicates
that the programme is completed.
Press the
button once, and the LED
next to the button will light. The door will open
after three seconds.
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WHEN WASHING IS FINISHED
Turn off the main power switch
.
Close the washer door to prevent small
children from crawling into the machine.
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10 CONSUMPTION VALUES
The following conditions apply for the consumption values indicated below:
Temperature of incoming water: 15ºC. Element power: 2000 W. Options: None
PROGRAMME
MATERIAL/WASHING
LOAD
WATER CONSUMP-
POWER CONSUMP-
PROGRAMME TIME
TEMPERATURE(1)
(2)
TION (approx. litre)
TION (approx. kWh)
(approx. minutes)
Cotton, linen, 60°C
6,0 kg
57
1,20
145
White Cotton
Cotton, linen, 60°C
6,0 kg
54
1,14
130
Cotton Eco
Cotton, linen, 60°C
6,0 kg
54
1,05
90
Polyester, cotton /
3,0 kg
30
0,30
65
Heavy Cotton
Synthetics
polyester, nylon, 40 C
Cool Cotton
Cotton, linen, 60°C
6,0 kg
35
1,00
65
Quick
Polyester, cotton /
3,0 kg
22
0,30
35
2,0 kg
54
0,30
40
2,0 kg
54
0,30
40
polyester, nylon, 30 C
Wool
Wool/Hand, IWS,
Superwash, 30°C
Hand
Wool/Hand, IWS
Superwash, 30°C
Rinse
Cotton, linen
6,0 kg
9
0,05
20
Spin
Cotton, linen
6,0 kg
----
0,05
15
Drain
Cotton, linen
6,0 kg
----
----
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(1) All programmes are set to the highest available spin speed.
(2) The machine can handle a maximum load of 6,0 kg.
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11 CARE AND CLEANING
CLEANING THE COIN TRAP AND THE DRAIN PUMP
CLEANING THE DETERGENT COMPARTMENT
The washing machine has a trap in which coins,
hairpins and similar items fasten. Clean the coin
trap and the drain pump as follows:
1. Ensure that the machine is drained and the
main power switch is turned OFF.
2. Open the drain pump cover. Use the partition piece from
the detergent
compartment, as
illustrated.
Pull out the detergent compartment as far as it
goes.
Then pull upwards and outwards as illustrated.
Flush and brush the detergent compartment.
Put the detergent compartment back in.
3. Drain off the water, eg, in a bowl, by pulling
loose the drain
hose from its connection on the inside of the cover.
4. Open the pump by turning its cover anticlockwise. Lift off
the cover together
with the coin trap.
5. Clean out any objects and foreign matter from
the pump housing.
Ensure that the
pump blade, at the
rear, can be rotated.
6. Screw on the cover together with the coin
trap, put the drain
hose back on its
connection and
close the cover.
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NOTE
Do not wash the detergent compartment in a
dishwasher.
CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE MACHINE
Use a mild detergent to clean the outside of the
machine. Do not use any solvents, they can damage the machine.
NOTE
Do not spray the machine with water.
CLEANING THE INSIDE OF THE MACHINE TO PREVENT PROBLEMS WITH ODOUR
Today’s modern detergents mean that washing
at low temperatures is often sufficient. However, this can result in small deposits forming
inside the machine. These can eventually lead
to odour problems.
To avoid these problems, we recommend running a 95° programme on a few occasions each
year. You should use a small quantity of detergent at the same time. It is not necessary to fill
the machine with washing.
CLEANING HOLES UNDER THE RIDGES
HARD WATER
If you suspect that objects, eg, nails, paperclips,
pins and so on, have fallen through the washing
drum you should check the space underneath
the ridges. Such items can corrode and cause
rust stains on your washing. Nails and other
sharp objects can tear fabrics.
If you live in an area that has hard water, the
washer drum may become coated with a greywhite deposit. To get rid of the deposit, pour a
packet of citric acid, about 20 gram, in the drum
and run the Normal programme at 95°C. You
will find citric acid on the spice shelf in your
grocer’s store.
Proceed as follows:
1. Use a screwdriver or similar tool.
2. Insert the screwdriver
in the middle hole in
the ridge and carefully push the
screwdriver handle
to the left.
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3. Grip the ridge with
your other hand and
pull it towards you
as illustrated.
2
4. Lift up the ridge.
5. Remove any objects.
6. Position the ridge in the fixing holes with the
F-mark facing you. Ensure that the ridge lugs fit
firmly in their holes in the drum. Slide away
from you until it stops.
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12 TROUBLE SHOOTING
MACHINE WILL NOT START
1. Is the door properly closed? Press it shut firmly.
2. Check whether the Delayed start option is
switched on. The time remaining to start will
then be indicated in the display in whole hours,
e.g.
. To change: interrupt the programme, change the setting, and restart.
3. Is power cut off? Check the fuses.
4. Is the child lock switched on? If it is switched
on, hold down the
button for three seconds; see Chapter 3, Child safety.
• Make certain that the main power switch is
OFF.
• Open the drain pump cover, down to the
left. Use the partition piece from
the detergent
compartment, as
illustrated.
• Unscrew the screw holding the red plastic
handle in place.
DOOR WILL NOT CLOSE
If the door opens again immediately when you
try to close it, check to make sure that you have
made correct programme settings. If this does
not help then there is probably a safety fault.
Phone service.
• Pull the handle and the door will open.
DOOR WILL NOT OPEN
1. Check that the main power switch is On.
2. Is the power supply cut off? Check the fuses.
The door cannot be opened using the
button if the power supply is broken.
3. If the door cannot be opened in the normal
manner, proceed as follows to make an emergency opening:
• Check first that there is no water left in the
machine. If there is, drain the machine as explained under the heading, Cleaning the coin
trap and drain pump, in Chapter 11, Care and
cleaning.
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• Put the handle into its slot and screw it into
place. Close the drain pump cover.
If the door still cannot be opened in the normal way after this, phone for service.
FAULT INDICATIONS ON THE DISPLAY
NOTE
If a fault or a failure occurs during the programme, an indication will be given on the display.
The table below shows the various fault codes.
The main power switch
must be turned off
in order to reset the fault message.
Display shows
Explanation
Suggested remedy
Over flow
Call service.
Wash motor fault
Call service.
Water outlet fault
Pumping fault; check:
- that no object is trapped in the outlet from the drain
hose.
- that the drain pump is not blocked by foreign bodies. Clean the pump; see Chapter 11, Care and
Cleaning.
- that the drain hose is free from kinks.
After performing the remedy, run the Drain programme. If this does not help, call service.
Water inlet fault
Water supply fault; check:
- that the tap in the water pipe is open.
- that the strainer in the water inlet to the machine is
not obstructed.
1. Close the water tap.
2. Unscrew the hose.
3. Clean the strainer in the inlet valve to the machine.
4. Screw back the hose.
5. Open the water tap.
6. Run the programme again to check that the fault
has been remedied.
Thermistor fault
Call service.
Temperature stop fault
Call service.
Foaming (this function is not available on all machi- Run the Rinse programme once. Check the detergent
nes)
metering. Use a low-lather detergent.
Flashing
Flashing
Door lock fault
Call service.
Machine fails to spin.
1. The machine has a built-in unbalance sensor, which
causes the spin speed to be reduced or spinning to be
bypassed if there is great unbalance in the load. Turn
off the main power switch, and turn it on again. Open
the door and redistribute the washing.
2. After performing the remedy, run the Spin programme.
You have tried to start a programme with the door Close the door and try again.
open.
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NORMAL INDICATIONS ON THE DISPLAY
Display shows
Explanation
No programme selected.
One or two digits, followed by an h.
Delayed start is selected, and the programme has started.
The display shows the number of hours remaining to start of
the programme.
One digit, one H followed by two digits or only 1-2
digits, indicates that a programme is running.
The display shows the remaining programme time in
hours and minutes.
Displayed when selecting temperature. The temperature can be displayed either in degrees Celsius (C)
or Fahrenheit (F).
CC and CF indicate that the machine is set for the
temperature of the incoming water.
To change the display, see the section Wash temperature – Celsius or Fahrenheit in this Chapter.
Programme complete. Take out the washing.
Can be displayed when selecting spin speed. Indicates No spin/No drain. The programme will then
be run without spins and will be completed with the
final rinse water still in the machine.
Can be displayed when selecting spin speed. Indicates No spin. The programme will then be run without spins.
Displayed instead of temperature and spin speed
where these settings are not relevant. E.g. it is not
possible to select a temperature for the Rinse programme.
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WA S H I N G
T E M P E R AT U R E
–
CELSIUS
OR
FAHRENHEIT
The temperature is shown in the display either
in degrees Celsius (
) or in degrees Fahrenheit (
).
You can alter the temperature indication from
Celsius to Fahrenheit, and vice versa.
Proceed as follows to alter the washing
temperature display:
Set the programme selector knob to the position in which it points directly upwards.
Turn off the main power switch
and
then turn it on again so that the machine is in
stand-by mode.
Press the
button five times, and then
press the
button five times. These ten presses must be completed within 15 seconds.
Within three seconds after pressing the
button for the last time, you must then use the
button to select whether you want the
temperatures to be displayed either in degrees
Celsius ( ) or in degrees Fahrenheit ( ).
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13 TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL DATA
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
Drum volume:
Max. washing capacity
Spin speed, r/min:
Rated power, connection:
Rated power, element:
Water pressure:
Material: Washing drum and fluid container
Material: Outer cover
Positioning:
Water connection:
Drain:
850 mm.
595 mm.
585 mm.
73 kg/78 kg (with outer door).
50 litre.
6.0 kg.
400 - 1600 rpm.
See data plate.
See data plate.
0.1 - 1 MPa.
1 - 10 kp/cm2.
10 - 100 N/cm2.
Stainless steel.
Powder-lacquered and hot-galvanized steel
sheet or stainless steel.
Stationary on four adjustable, rubber-coated feet.
1.5 m PEX tube.
1.7 polypropylene hose.
STANDARD TESTS
Europe:
Washing programme:
Connection:
Test procedure, acoustic measurement:
EN 60 456 Ed. 4
Programme 2 - White Cotton, 60ºC,
6.0 kg cotton.
Cold water 15ºC.
IEC 60 704-2-4.
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14 SERVICE AND GUARANTEE
SERVICE
GUARANTEE
Before calling for service, check to see whether
the faults is due to something that you can put
right yourself. See chapter 12, Trouble shooting.
If you do require service, telephone your local MAYTAG retailer or the MAYTAG representative for your country. See guarantee card
for address and telephone number.
For guarantee details, see the guarantee card.
BEFORE CONTACTING THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Model designation
Before contacting the Service Department, make
a note of the model designation, type designation and serial number.
The model designation is on the detergent
compartment. The type designation and the
serial number are on the type plate located above the washer door.
Type plate
Type number WMxx
TYPE: WMxx
xxx x xxxxxxx M xxxxxxxW
000000000000
Serial number (12 digits)
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7.
WHEN
WA S H I N G
IS
COMPLETED
Turn off the main power
switch
and close the
washer door.
30
1/3
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/1
1/1
1/1
800
1600
800
1600
1600
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1600
400400-
400-
30-40
60
40
40
E2
40-60
7-8
6
Quick
4
Synthetics
5
Cool
Cotton
2
White
Cotton
2
White
Cotton
2
1600
1600
1/1
1/1
1/1
Amount of washing
COMPLETED
Open the door with the
button.
1600
6 . WA S H I N G P R O G R A M M E
1600
BUTTON
400-
PROGRAMME
400-
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WITH THE
400-
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Spin speed
5. CLOSE THE DOOR AND
40
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60
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OPTIONS AS REQUIRED
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60-95 60-95
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Temperature (°C)
Options
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Cotton
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detergent is used, the partition piece, which can be found
underneath the detergent
compartment, should be inserted in the inner slot in the
detergent compartment.
2
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Cotton
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left ( ), detergent if required (pre-wash) in the middle
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2. PRESS THE MAIN POWER
Wool/hand
1. SORT THE WASHING
30-40
15 QUICK GUIDE
16 INDEX
Acetate
Acrylate
Allergic
Alter settings after starting
Bleach
Burling
Buttons
Care
Celsius
Child safety
Cleaning
Clean-out recess
Coin trap
Colour
Conditioner
Consumption values
Cotton
Chapter
8
8
8, 9
9
8
8
7
11
12
3
11
11
11
8
5, 9, 15
10
8, 15
Delayed start
9
Delicate garments
8
Delicate washing
8
Depth
13
Detergent container
5, 9
Detergent
8, 9
Display texts
11
Disposal
2
Door – drain pump
4, 11, 12
Door opening; see washer door
Door; see washer door
Dosage bag
9
Dosage
9
Drain hose
11
Drain pump
11
Draining
9
Dyeing; see fabric dyeing
E2
8, 9
Emergency stop; see Interrupting the
programme
Energy consumption
10
Fabric dyeing
Fahrenheit
Fault indication
8
12
12
Guarantee
Chapter
14
Hand
Hard water
Heavy
Height
8, 9, 15
11
9, 15
13
Installation; see Installation
instructions
Interrupting the programme
2
Light
Linen
Liquid detergent
9, 15
8, 15
9
Main power switch
Man-made fibre
Material
9, 15
8
8, 15
No drain
No spin
Normal
Nylon
Odour
Option knobs
Options
Overfill protection
9
9
8, 9, 15
8
11
7
9
2
Packing materials
2
Panel
6, 7
Pockets
8
Polyester
8
Powder detergent
9
Pre-soak
9
Pre-wash detergent
5, 9, 15
Pre-wash
9
Programme selector knob
6
Programme; see Wash programme
Quantity of washing
Quick guide
Quick
8, 15
15
9, 15
Chapter
Safety instructions
2
Select programme
9, 15
Service
14
Short spin
8, 9
Silk
8
Sort washing
8
Spin speed
9, 13
Spinning
8, 9, 12, 13, 15
Start
9
Stop
9
Strainer
11
Super rinse
9
Synthetic fibre
8
Synthetics
8, 9, 15
Technical data
Temperature
Terry
Time taken
Transport support
Transport
Trouble shooting
Type plate
Unbalance
Wash
Washer door
Washing ball
Washing capacity
Washing instructions
Washing machine parts
Washing mark
Washing programme
Water hardness
Weight
White/Coloured
White wash
Width
Winter storage
Viscose
Wool
Zip fasteners
Rayon
Rinse programme
13
8, 15
8
10
1
2
12
4
12
9, 15
2, 4, 12
9
9, 13
8
4
11
9, 15
1
13
8, 9
8, 15
13
2
8
8, 9, 15
8
8
9
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