Top Load Clothes Washer - Haier Parts and Accessories

Top Load Clothes Washer - Haier Parts and Accessories
Top Load Clothes Washer
User Manual
Model # RWT200AW, RWT300AW, RWT400AW
Quality . Innovation . Style
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Warning - To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to
persons when using your appliance, follow basic precautions,
including the following:
1. Read all instructions before using the appliance.
2. Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this
use and care guide.
3. Use only detergents or softeners recommended for use in a clothes
washer and keep them out of the reach of children.
4. Thi s washer must be properly installed in accordance with the
installation instructions before it is used.
5. Never unplug your washer by pulling on the power cord. Always
grasp the plug firmly and pull straight out from the outlet.
6. Replace immediately worn power cords, loose plugs/power outlets.
7. Unplug your washer before cleaning.
8. If your old washer is not being used, we recommend that you remove
the door. Thi s will reduce the possi bility of danger to children.
9. Do not operate your washer in the presence of explosive flames.
10. Do not use washer to wash clothes soaked, spotted or washed in
gasoline, dry cleaning solvents or any other explosive or flammable
substances that could ignite and explode.
11. Clothes or rags used to clean flammable or explosive materials
should not be washed in the washer till all traces of this material has
been removed, to avoid an accident.
12. Do not add or mix any flammable or explosive substances to the wash.
13. Do not try to remove clothes while the tub or the agitator is moving.
Let it come to a complete stop before use.
14. Washer loading door must be closed when agitator and tub is spinning.
15. Do not operate your washer when parts are missi ng or parts are
broken.
16. Do not use the washer for commercial clothes washing.
17. Do not operate washer unless all enclosure panels are properly in place.
18. Do not tamper with controls.
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19. To reduce risk of injur y do not allow children to play in or on the
washer.
20. Washer mu st be connected to proper electrical outlet with the correct
electrical supply.
21. Proper grounding mu st be ensured to reduce the risk of shock or fire.
DO NOT CU T OR REMO VE THE GR OU NDING PLUG. If you do not
have a 3-prong electric receptacle outlet in the wall, have a certified
electrician install the proper receptacle. The wall receptacle MU ST be
properly grounded.
22. Hydrogen gas ma y be produced if the water heater has not been
used in mo re than 2 weeks. This could be explosive and can explode
under certain circums tances. If this is the case, before using the
washer, turn on all the hot water faucet’s and let the hot water run
for a few mi nutes. This will let the trapped hydrogen escape. During
this process do not turn on an electric appliance, smo ke, light a
ma tch/lighter or use a flame to avoid an accident, as hydrogen gas
is flamma ble and can explode.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
For Future Use
DANGER
Risk of child entrapment. Before you throw away your old
washer, take off the door so that
children may not easily get trapped inside.
Thank you for using our Haier
product. This easy-to-use manual
will guide you in getting the best
use of your washer.
Model number
Serial number
Remember to record the model and
serial number. They are on a label
Date of purchase
in back of the washer.
Staple your receipt to your manual. You will need it to obtain
warranty service.
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Table Of Contents
PAGE
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................... 1
OPERA T ING INSTRUCTIONS............................................................ 4
Parts and Features.................................................................................. 4
Operations ............................................................................................ 5
Nor mal Operating Sounds.................................................................... 12
Lint Filter .............................................................................................. 13
Safety Lid Switch.................................................................................. 13
Care and Cleaning Guide ............................................................
Cleaning and Maintenance ..................................................................
Moving and Vacationing......................................................................
Storage of Your W asher ......................................................................
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Tr oubleshooting .............................................................................. 16
INSTALLA TION INSTRUCTIONS....................................................
Tools and Materials Required................................................................
Unpacking Your Washer......................................................................
Leveling Your Washer ..........................................................................
Steps for Installation ............................................................................
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Electrical Connections .................................................................... 22
Grounding Instructions .......................................................................... 22
Power Interruptions .............................................................................. 22
Warranty........................................................................................ 23
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Parts and Features
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1. Top Lid
2. Control Panel
3. Inner Wash Tub
8. Door Switch
9. Bleach Injection Inlet
10. Cold Water Inlet Valve
4. Agitator
11. Hot Water Inlet Valve
5. Cabinet
6. Control Panel Seat
12. Water Absorption Cushion
13. Power Line
7. Liquid Fabric Softener Dispenser
14. Drain Hose Joint
15. Adjustable Fee (4)
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Operations
Time Remaining
Normal/Fast
Time O n
Normal/Slow 9
10
Delicate/Fast 7
8
Delicate/Slow 5
6
Speed
3
4
1
2
Wash/Spin
Pre-wash
Delay
Start
Stain Wash
Permanent Press
Normal
Normal
Quick Wash
Heavy Duty
Extra Rinse
Warm/Cold
Cool/Cold
Cold/Cold
Whites
Softer
Off
Start
Pause
Cycle
Signal
Temp
Delicate Casual
Cycles
Soil Level
Off
Louder
Hot/cold
Spin
Light
Load Size
Wash
Rinse
Heavy
Process
Wash/Rinse
Hand Wash
Note: Features may vary per model.
Delay Start
When not activated, the display shows a cycles remaining time through
the wash process.
When Delay Start is selected, the indicator light will display a minimum delay
of 2 hours. Push button once for every additional 1 hour delay for up to 24
hours.
Cycles
Normal - For regular washing.
Heavy Duty - For washing bigger, thicker and heavily soiled laundry.
Whites - For washing cotton fabrics and whites
Quick Wash - For quick washing of lightly soiled laundry.
Delicate Casual - For washing of delicate fabrics.
Hand Wash - To have hand wash effect on clothes.
Permanent Press-This cycle is for heavy-duty fabrics or synthetics.
Soil level
Selecting clothes soil level.
Wash cycle increases 2 minutes for ever y soil level increased.
Load Size
Water levels may be set at beginning of the wash or pause.
During Pre-wash, Wash or Rinse, press this button to manually replenish water.
Release to stop. Function automatically is inactive when water reaches overflow protection level.
Speed Wash/Spin
Select spin speed when program is in Normal or Delicate Casual cycle.
Note:
Flashing light indicates the program is running.
Steady light indicates the program is the selected mode or is about
to operate.
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Off
Push the button once to shut off the power
Start /Pause
Once washer is powered and selection are chose push this button once
to Start the wash.
While unite is working push this button once to pause it.
If unit is in Pause mode,push this button once to resume operation.
Cycle Signal
Signal volume can be adjusted soft-loud or off.
Temperature Wash /Rinse
To select inlet water temperature for wash and rinse.
Process Select
This is to select a wash process.
Pre-wash will not work in the Hand Wash, Delicate Casual and Quick Wash Cycles.
Water level indicator will shut off if only Spin is selected.
Once a program is selected press the Process Select button to have Extra Rinse.
The washer will add a Extra Rinse.
Delay Start Indicator
Indicates remainning minutes when cycle is in progress.
Indicates remainning hours during delay process.
Indicates faults codes or conditions that are not normal.
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Operating Procedure
1. Press power on button
The washer will now be in the working status in the Normal cycle
If Start/Pause button isn't pressed within 5 minutes after powering on the unit
will automatically switch off and return to stand by mode.
The washer will also return to stand by mode immediately after completion of the
wash process.
Regardless of settings by pressing the Power On/Off button all programs will
stop and the unit enters stand by mode.
The washer has intelligent wash resumption. If the power was interrupted at
the power source and then when the power is resumed the washer will resume
working at the stopped position.
2. Selection of Cycles
When the washer is powered on the Normal cycle is the default cycle. If other
cycle is required press the cycle button for desired program.
3. Process Select
Once the power is switched on t he washing machine will automatically set the
Normal cycle which will Wash, Rinse and Spin. If other selection combinations
are desired, press the Process Select button to choose.
Note: Spin shall begin after some time even if there is no water in the tub. Do not use
Pre-wash process for woolen articles. Clothes prone to fade and other clothes shall be
washed separately .
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Process Selecting
Times of pressing
Process(Normal,
Heavy Duty and
White
Selected Processes
Applications
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Wash, Rinse, Spin
Common clothes needing
wash, rinse & spin
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Wash(Wash water
remains in the tub)
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Times of pressing
Process(Quick Wash,
Delicate Casual or
Hand Wash
Operation (the on indicator
represent the processes to run)
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinse
Extra Rinse
Spin
0
Repeatedly use the
wash water
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinse
Extra Rinse
Spin
1
Wash, rinse(Rinse Water
remains in the tub)
Repeatedly use the
rinse water
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinse
Extra Rinse
Spin
2
3
Rinse, Spin
When rinse and spin are
needed after hand wash
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinse
Extra Rinse
Spin
3
4
Extra Rinse
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinse
Extra Rinse
Spin
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Pre-wash
Wash
Rinse
Extra Rinse
Spin
4
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinse
Extra Rinse
Spin
5
Wash
Rinse
Extra Rinse
Spin
5
When the clothes
need
Extra Rinse
Wash, Rinse, Extra Rinse/
Spin
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Spin
(to spin after drain)
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Pre-wash, Wash
Rinse, Spin
When only spin is needed
after hand wash
(first drain and then spin)
For heavily soiled clothes
shirt cuffs and collars,
first Pre-wash and then wash
Pre-wash
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4. Load Size
After Wash Cycle selection press the Load Size button to select the proper
water level for wash.
Note: See chart below for Load Size selection.
5. Speed Wash/Spin
Once the power is switched on the machine will automatically set to
Normal/Fast.Press button to change selection. (See page 5)
6. Soil Level
When the washer is powered the machine will automatically set at
Normal. Select different soil levels by pressing button.
7. Temperature Wash/Rinse
Initial setting is Warm/Cold when washer is powered on. Press button to
change selection based on clothes put in the washer.
8. Cycle Signal
This is set at Low when washer is started. Press button to adjust.
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9. Delay Start
To start the washer at a later lime press the Delay Start button and set the time.
When activated the indicator displays 2. Push button once for ever y
1 hour delay for up to 24 hours
Press Start button to activate Delay Start.
When the delay timer starts the program select indicator turns off. The indicator
will display The remaining time to turn on the unit. In the lower right corner of the
display, a blinking light will indicate that Delay Start has been activated.
By pressing the Delay/Start button the selected Process programs will be
displayed.
By altering the running program, the washer will have to be reset.
10. Start/Pause
Press this button when you want the machine to start.
During operation press this button to pause and press it again to resume
operation.
Note: By opening the top lid will stop the machine except for water filling or
draining.
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Time list of each program (minute)
Program
Total Time (min)
Including Pre-wash
Not including Pre-wash
About 75-81
About 45-51
Heavy Duty
About 77-83
About 47-53
Normal
About 59-69
About 39-49
White
Quick W ash
Delicate Casual
Hand Wash
About 25
About 36-42
About 38-44
Note: Total time may be affected by water inlet and drain time. It may also be
affected by the water pressure. Normal, Heavy Duty and White programs could
combine the process of Pre-wash during which the washing machine first Pre-wash
for about 20-30 minutes with slight agitation after water filling and then
begins to wash.
Loading the W asher:
Load each item loosely.
Separate the white and colored clothes. Separate heavy clothes from light clothes.
Carefully check all pockets and cuffs for small items.
They can easily slide in to the tub and may damage the tub.
Pre-treat all stains and heavily soiled areas for best results.
Do not overload your washer.
When loading wet items, keep water level high enough so items
can float easily in the water.
Avoid wrapping large items such as bed sheets around the agitator.
Close the door properly after loading the clothes. If you keep the lid
up, the agitation will not start.
Proper Use of Deter gent:
It is good washing practice to add the detergent to the water
before you add the clothes so that the detergent can work
effectively on your clothes.
Note: You can use less or more detergent depending on the size of the load,
water type in your living area, whether it is soft or hard and whether the
clothes are heavily soiled or lightly soiled.
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Fabric Softener Dispenser:
The fabric softener dispenser is located on the top of the agitator.
Dispenser will automatically release liquid fabric softener at proper time
during rinse cycle.
Steps to use the dispenser:
1. Pour in liquid fabric softener into dispenser as recommended
by the manufacturer.
2. Add water up to its fill level, but do not exceed the level.
fabric softener dispenser
W arning:
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Never pour fabric softener directly onto clothes because it will stain
your clothes or you may get spots on your clothes.
Do not stop washer during its first spin or dispenser will automatically
release the softener in to the wash load.
Do not use powder form of softener into dispenser otherwise it will
clog up the dispenser. This dispenser is only designed for liquid form.
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Bleach Dispenser:
Bleach dispenser is located on front corner under the loading door.
Pour in recommended amount of bleach into dispenser
during the first wash fill.
Note: Use only liquid bleach in dispenser.
W arning:
Be careful not to spill undiluted bleach on the washer cabinet or your
clothes. As it is a strong chemical, it may damage some of your
clothes or the finish of the washer if not properly diluted.
Use the manufacturer s chart, on product container for recommended
use of liquid or powder bleach.
Normal Operating Sounds
The following sounds are normally heard during the
operation of the washer:
Tumbling sounds: This is normal as the heavy wet clothes in the Washer
are continuously being tossed around.
Air rushing noise: This happens when the Washer tub spins at
ver y high RPM.
Wash and Rinse cycles going on and off will also make clicking sounds.
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Lint Filter
The lint filter must be used during washing.
It must be cleaned in time after each using.
1. Take off the lint filter.
Pull up the lint filter from the agitator.
2. Remove lint
Press the lint screen clip with your thumb and index finger, and get the screen
downward as shown in figure below. While wet, remove the lint from the screen.
3. Install the lint filter
After cleaning, install the screen back onto the lint filter. Then put the lint filter
back in the agitator barrel.
Safety Lid Switch
If for any reason you open the lid in the middle of the wash cycle, the
washer will not spin and will shut off automatically. Once the lid is
closed, the washer will start back on.
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Care and Cleaning Guide
W arning: Always unplug your washer to avoid electric shock before cleaning.
Ignoring this warning may result in death or injury. Before using
cleaning products, always read and follow manufacturer s instructions
and warnings to avoid personal injury or product damage.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Use Only damp or sudsy cloth for cleaning control panel.
To avoid any kind of damage to cabinet finish, wipe washer cabinet as
needed. If you spill liquid/powdered softener, bleach or detergent on the
cabinet, wipe cabinet immediately because it can damage the finish.
Do not use any abrasive, harsh chemicals, ammonia, chlorine bleach,
concentrated detergent, solvents or metal scouring pads. Some of these
chemicals may dissolve, damage and/or discolor your washer.
Remove pins or other sharp objects from clothes to prevent scratching of
interior parts.
Leave Lid open after you are done washing to allow inside of washer to
dr y and prevent bad odors.
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Moving & Vacationing
Turn off water supply faucet's and disconnect hoses. Drain water from all hoses.
This will prevent from damaging due to water leakage if the hoses accidentally
get ruptured or they become loose.
Disconnect electrical plug.
Dr y inner wash tub. If moving washer, disconnect drain hose.
Turn the leveling legs clockwise all the way in.
Move and store your washer in upright position only.
To prevent mold or mildew, leave lid open so moisture inside
machine can evaporate.
Storage of Your W asher in Cold Envir onment
The Washer must be stored at room temperature.
If you just got deliver y of a washer when outside temperature is below freezing,
do not operate until washer has warmed to room temperature.
Do not install or operate your washer where room temperature is below freezing.
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Troubleshooting
W asher does not operate:
Check if unit is plugged in. The plug may have come loose.
Check if the electrical wall receptacle is of proper voltage.
Check if the circuit breaker needs to be reset or if the fuse
needs to be replaced.
Check if the washer is overloaded: load may need to be
re-balanced and clothes may need to be redistributed.
Check if the lid is open. You may have to close the lid properly.
The washer pauses in some cycles. This is normal in delicate or
hand-washable cycle, which has short soak period where your clothes
are being soaked for ver y short period of time. You will not hear washer
operation for a short period of time. When the soak time is over,
it will start automatically.
Pr oblems with water:
Not enough water coming out: Water faucet may need to be turned on
fully. Water hoses may be tangled up or wrinkled up. Straighten up
hoses. Check water level selection, it may need to be readjusted.
Water Temperature is incorrect: Check your water heater temperature.
Hot water needs to be at a temperature at least 120°F. -140°F
(49°C – 60°C.). Check to make sure the inlet hoses are properly
connected. (e.g. hot to hot & cold to cold)
Water leaks: This is due to not properly installing drain hose or fill
hoses. Your home drain may be clogged or having constant
water pressure. You may need to tighten hoses, check the
plumbing or call a plumber.
Water will not drain: This is due to not installing your drain hose
properly. You may need to connect the drain hose properly. Check the
position of the drain hose. In order to drain properly, make sure that top
of drain outlet is less than 4 ft. (1.2 m) above the floor.
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W asher is making noise:
Washer may need to be reinstalled. (Check washer installation section)
Washer load may need to be re-balanced, as the load may be uneven.
Coins, loose change, buttons or other heavy objects could make noise
(read Operating Guide – Normal Operating Sounds).
Squealing Sound: Due to overloaded wash tub.
Vibration Noise: Due to not leveling washer properly on the floor and
uneven distribution of clothes in the tub.
Pr oblems with clothes:
Clothes are too wrinkled: this is due to improper sorting, overloading
and washing in too hot water repeatedly. Avoid overloading and resort
your load. Do not mix heavy clothes such as work clothes with light
clothes such as blouses, light shirts and delicate items. You may need to
wash in warm or cold water.
Have soap residue: detergent may not be dissolving in water.
Check water temperature or you need to add detergent as wash
tub is being filled with water before you load your clothes to avoid
soap residue on clothes.
Spots or stains on your clothes: this is due to incorrect use of fabric
softener. You may need to read proper instructions on the container
and follow proper directions for using the softener.
Clothes are grayed or yellowed: this is due to not pouring
enough detergent for large loads. You may have to add more
detergent to the load.
Clothes are ripped & have holes/excessive wear & tear: this is due to
sharp objects such as pins and belt buckles left in pockets. You will need
to remove small loose sharp objects. Fasten belts, zippers, metal snaps
etc. Check if you are using undiluted bleach. Never add undiluted
bleach to wash.
Note:
Tr ouble Codes
E0
E1
E2
Reason
Top lid not closed during delay start sequence
Blockage of drain hose
Top lid not closed during wash Operation
E4
The water inlet time exceeds the preset time(40
minutes)
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INST ALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Tools and Materials Required
You will need to have following tools to help
you in the installation of your W asher:
Pliers
W rench
Tape Measure
Gloves
Level
Accessories Supplied
Quantity
1. Hot & Cold water inlet hoses
2
2. Drain Hose Hook
1
3. Drain Hose Clamp
1
4. Outer Drain Hose
1
5. Flat W ater Inlet Hose W ashers
4
1
4
2
3
5
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Unpacking Your W asher
Remove all packing materials. This includes the foam base and all
adhesive tape holding the washer accessories inside and outside.
Open the top lid to remove the styrofoam drum brace. Pull to remove.
Note: Save drum brace. Reinstall when moving the washer.
Inspect and remove any remains of packing, tape or printed
materials before using the washer.
Leveling Your Washer
Your washer has 4 leveling legs; which are located on the four bottom
corners. After properly placing your washer in its final position, you can
level your washer.
Leveling legs can be adjusted by turning them counterclockwise to raise
your washer or turning them clockwise to lower your washer.
High
Low
Warning: Leveling of washer is very important to prevent vibration
during spin.
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Steps for Installation
Select a suitable location for the washer on a hard even surface away from direct
sunlight or heat source e.g. radiators, baseboard heaters, cooking appliances etc.
Any floor unevenness should be corrected with the leveling legs located on the
bottom corners of the washer. The washer must be placed at room temperature.
You must not place washer where the temperature is at below freezing.
Installing Your Washer:
Read installation instructions carefully before installation.
Caution: If, after completing these steps, you are unsure that unit is properly
installed, contact a qualified installer. To ensure that your Washer is
properly installed it is recommended that it be installed by a certified
installer.
1. Insert a new flat washer into each end of the water inlet hoses.
Firmly put the washers in the coupling.
Note: You may have to use pliers to tighten the coupling.
Do not over tighten because you may cause damage to the valve.
2. Connect the hot and cold water inlet hoses to the hot and
cold water faucet.
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3. Connect the other end to their respective washer inlet located
at the rear of the washer.
Cold
Hot
Note: Hot water needs to be at a temperature of at least 120°F – 140°F.
(49°C- 60°C) for the soap to dissolve and to avoid soap residue
remaining on clothes.
4. Using the drain hose clamp, attach the drain hose to the unit as shown
below. Install the drain hose hook to the outer drain hose tube.
5. Plug in the Washer to a regular 115 volt / 60 Hz, 15 amp outlet.
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Electrical Connections
Gr ounding Instructions
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit,
grounding reduces the risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for
the electric current. This appliance is equipped with a cord having a grounding
wire with a grounded plug. The plug must be inserted into an outlet that is
properly installed and grounded.
Improper use of the plug can result in a risk of electric shock.
Consult a qualified electrician or service person if the grounding
instructions are not completely understood or if doubt exists as to
whether the appliance is properly grounded.
Wiring Requirements:
The washer must be plugged into at least 15 AMP 115-120 VOLT,
60 HZ GROUNDED OUTLET.
Note: Where a standard two-prong
outlet is encountered,
it is the personal responsibility
and obligation of the
consumer to have it replaced
with a properly grounded
three-prong outlet.
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Extension Cords:
We do not recommend that you use an extension cord.
Power Interruptions
Occasionally there may be power interruptions due to thunderstorms or other
causes. Remove the power cord from AC outlet when a power outage occurs.
When power has been restored re-plug power cord to AC outlet. If outage is
for a prolonged period, clean washer before using it again.
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Limited Warranty
Full ONE Year Warranty
For 12 months from the date of original retail
purchase, Haier will repair or replace any
part free of charge including labor that fails
due to a defect in materials or workmanship.
Limited Warranty
After one year from the original retail
purchase date, Haier will provide a part at
no cost, as indicated below, to replace said
part as a result of a defect in materials or
workmanship. Haier is solely responsible for
the cost of the part. All other costs such as
labor, trip charge, etc are the responsibility
of the owner.
Second Year
Haier will provide All Parts.
Third thr ough Fifth Year
Haier will provide the transmission assembly.
Haier will provide the cabinet assembly
should the cabinet rust through
Third through Tenth Year
Haier will provide the outer wash tub and
related outer tub assembly parts should the
part fail to hold water.
Lifetime
Haier will provide the inner stainless steel
wash tub.
NOTE: This warranty commences on the
date the item was purchased and the original
purchase receipt must be presented to the
authorized service representative before warranty repairs are rendered.
Exceptions: Commercial or Rental
Use Warranty
This warranty covers appliances
within the continental United States,
Puerto Rico and Canada. What is
not covered by this warranty:
Replacement or repair of household fuses,
circuit breakers, wiring or plumbing.
A product whose original serial number has
been removed or altered.
Any service charges not specifically
identified as normal such as normal
service area or hours.
Damage to clothing.
Damage incurred in shipping.
Damage caused by improper installation
or maintenance.
Damage from misuse, abuse accident, fire,
flood, or acts of nature.
Damage from service other than an
authorized Haier dealer or service center.
Damage from incorrect electrical current,
voltage or supply.
Damage resulting from any product
modification, alteration or adjustment
not authorized by Haier
.
Adjustment of consumer operated controls as
identified in the owners manual.
Hoses, knobs, lint trays and all attachments,
accessories and disposable parts.
Labor, service transportation, and shipping
charges for the removal and replacement
of defective parts beyond the initial
12-month period.
Damage from other than normal
household use.
Any transportation and shipping charges.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS GIVEN IN LIEU
90 days labor from date of original purchase OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED
90 days parts from date of original purchase OR, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF
No other warranty applies
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
For Warranty Ser vice
PARTICULAR PURPOSE
Contact your nearest authorized service center. All service must be performed by a Haier
authorized service center. For the name and
telephone number of the nearest authorized
service center please call 1-877-337-3639.
The remedy provided in this warranty is
exclusive and is granted in lieu of all
other remedies.
This warranty does not cover incidental or
consequential damages, so the above
limitations may not apply to you. Some states
do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you may have other rights, which var y,
from state to state.
Before calling please have available
the following information:
Model number and serial number of your
appliance (found on the rear of the unit on
the upper left hand side).
The name and address of the dealer you
purchased the unit from and the date
of purchase.
A clear description of the problem.
A proof of purchase (sales receipt).
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New York, NY 10018
IMPORTANT
Do Not Return This Product To The Store
If you have a problem with this product, please contact the "
Customer
Satisfaction Center" at 1-877-337-3639.
DATED PROOF OF PURCHASE REQUIRED FOR WARRANTY SERVICE
120 V, 60 Hz
Made in China
RWT200AW-01
Issued: JanuarY-06
America
New York, NY 10018
Printed in China
Part #WD-9999-17
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