Manual / Handbuch Spare parts list / Ersatzteilliste - WESCO-Navy

Manual / Handbuch Spare parts list / Ersatzteilliste - WESCO-Navy
Manual / Handbuch
Spare parts list / Ersatzteilliste
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Contents
Before using your machine for
the first time
Transport protection
Packing material
Washer door
Language selection
Checking water hardness
Safety instructions
General
Installation
Overflow guard function
Transport/Winter storage
Recycling
Child safety
Keep an eye on children!
Child safety catch
Description of the washing
machine
Detergent compartment
Advice and tips before washing
Sorting your laundry
Clothing
Laundry labels
Coloured cotton
Unbleached linen
Wool
Rayon fibres and synthetic fibres
Detergents
Washing
Sort your laundry.
Turn on the main power switch
Open the washer door and load
the washing
Add detergent and fabric softener,
as required
Select the programme
Close the washer door and press
the Start/Stop button
Once the program has finished
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Settings
You can change the following
settings:
Door opening
Language
Temperature
Child-safe
Care and cleaning
Cleaning the trap and the drainage
pump
Cleaning the detergent
compartment
Cleaning the outside of the
machine
Cleaning the inside of the machine
to avoid unpleasant smells
Rinse holes under the agitator
If you have hard water
Troubleshooting
The washer door will not open
The machine will not start
Error messages
Technical information
Technical data
Information for test institute
Transport protection
Installation
Positioning the washing machine
Adjusting the feet
Connection to water supply
Drainage connection
Electrical installation
Service
Before contacting the service
division
Quick guide
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Before using your machine for the first time
Transport protection
Remove any transport protection devices before
installing the machine. See the "Transport
protection" chapter.
Packing material
Please sort waste materials in accordance with
local guidelines.
Washer door
• The washer door cannot be opened until the
machine is connected to the electricity supply.
• To open the door manually, see "The washer
door will not open" in the "Troubleshooting"
chapter.
• The machine cannot be started when the door
is open.
• To open the washer door while a programme
is running, see "Close the door and press the
Start/Stop button" in the "Washing" chapter.
Language selection
You will be prompted to select the display
language when you have connected your machine
and start it for the first time. Do as follows:
Turn the programme selector to choose from: US
English, English, Svenska, Dansk, Norsk, Suomi,
Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Espanol, Русский,
Nederlands.
Press the Door opening button or Start/Stop to
save and to move on to the clock and time display
settings.
Checking water hardness
The quantity of detergent needed depends,
amongst other things, on how hard the water is.
See the detergent pack for details. Phone your
local water company to check the water hardness
in your area.
NOTE!
Each machine is tested before leaving the
factory. A small amount of water may remain in
the drain pump, though this does not affect
quality or damage the machine.
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Safety instructions
General
Transport/Winter storage
• Read the operating instructions and keep them
in a safe place.
• Installation of water and electricity, if required,
should be carried out by a qualified
professional.
• The machine should only be used for washing
items as described in these instructions. It is
not intended for dry cleaning.
• Use only detergent intended for machine
washing!
• Remove any transport protection devices
before using the machine. See the "Transport
protection" chapter.
• Repairs and maintenance relating to safety or
performance must be carried out by a qualified
professional.
• Damaged mains cables must only be replaced
by a qualified electrician.
• The machine is not designed to be used by
persons (even children) that are physically or
mentally handicapped or lack experience and
knowledge. Such persons must receive
instruction in how to use the machine from the
person responsible for their safety.
• Children must be watched to ensure they do
not play with the machine.
• In the enclosed plastic bag you will find a tool
for opening the washer door in emergencies.
If the machine is to be transported or stored in
unheated premises where the temperature can
fall below freezing, do as follows:
• Empty the filter and the drainage pump. See
the "Care and cleaning" chapter.
• Shut off the water to the washing machine,
loosen the supply hose to the intake valve and
let the water run out from the valve and hose.
• After emptying the pump, a small amount of
water may remain in the machine. This does
not affect quality or damage the machine.
Installation
See the "Installation" chapter.
Overflow guard function
If the machine’s water level rises above the normal
level, the overflow guard function begins to pump
water out and shuts off the water intake. If the
water level has not dropped within 60 seconds,
the program is terminated.
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Recycling
This machine is manufactured and labelled for
recycling. In order to prevent injuries, the machine
must be made unusable once the decision has
been taken to dispose of it. Contact your local
authority for information about where and how
your machine can be recycled correctly.
Child safety
Keep an eye on children!
Child safety catch
• Always close the washer door and start the
programme immediately after you have added
detergent.
• Do not allow small children to use or play with
the washing machine.
• Store detergent and fabric softener out of the
reach of children.
Do as follows to open the settings menu:
1. Turn off the machine using the main power
switch.
2. Press and hold the Door opening button and
then press the main power switch. Then press
the Door opening button 5 times within 10
seconds.
3. Select the setting you want to change by
turning the programme selector.
4. Press the Door opening button once.
5. Change and save the setting as described
below.
6. Press Start/Stop to return to the programme
menu.
You can activate the Child-safe start option to
prevent children from starting the machine.
1. Turn the programme selector and select
"Child-safe On" or "Child-safe Off".
2. Press the Door opening button once to save
the setting.
You can temporarily deactivate Child-safe start
by pressing Start/Stop and the Door open button
at the same time. Child-safe start will be
deactivated for 3 minutes.
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Description of the washing machine
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Main power switch
Detergent compartment
Programme panel
Type plate (on the inside of the washer door)
Drainage pump cover
Drainage pump (behind hatch)
Washer door
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Detergent compartment
1. Pre-wash
2. Main wash
3. Fabric softener
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Advice and tips before washing
Here are some tips that may help you before
washing.
Coloured cotton
Sort items according to:
• how soiled they are
• colour
• material
Coloured cotton items with the washing instruction
60 °C should be washed at 60 °C for the first time
in order to remove any excess dye. If you do not
do so, there is a risk that the colour will run. Use
detergent without bleach in order to preserve the
colour of the fabric.
Clothing
Unbleached linen
1. Do up zips and close Velcro straps so that they
don’t harm fabrics.
2. New coloured items may contain excess dye
and should therefore be washed separately
the first few times.
3. Turn delicate items inside out. This reduces
the risk of burling and fading.
4. Empty pockets and wash them inside out if
possible.
Unbleached linen fabrics should be washed at 60
°C, using detergent containing no bleach or optical
whiteners. Heavily-soiled linen can occasionally
be washed at higher temperatures, but not too
often because the heat can destroy the linen’s
shine and strength.
Sorting your laundry
Wool
These fabrics are labelled either machine wash
or hand wash. The Wool/hand wash, 30 °C
programme is at least as gentle as washing by
hand.
Rayon fibres and synthetic fibres
Materials made of rayon fibres, such as viscose,
and some synthetic fibres are very delicate and
require much space so as not to crease. Only half
fill the drum when washing and choose a spin
speed of 800 rpm or lower.
NOTE!
Laundry labels
Look at the item's laundry label. The table below
shows suitable wash programmes for different
materials and wash loads. Using modern washing
machines and detergents, for example compact
detergents, you can usually wash at lower
temperatures. It is a good idea to use trial and
error to find out what produces the best results.
Viscose and acetates are fragile when wet.
Detergents
Eco-labelled detergents are less harmful to the
environment.
Detergent overdosing does not give better
washing results; it merely causes a greater impact
on the environment.
Try to use less detergent, and increase only if you
are not satisfied with the results.
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Advice and tips before washing
NOTE!
Due to environmental concerns, we discourage
the use of strong chemicals.
When using agents for bleaching or stain
removal, there is a risk of rust (corrosion) and
discolouration of the machine.
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Washing
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Sort your laundry.
NOTE!
See the "Advice and Tips before washing"
section.
Detergent overdosing does not give better
washing results; it merely causes a greater
impact on the environment.
Place underwired bras in a laundry net.
Empty pockets. Coins, nails and the like can
cause damage to the machine and fabrics. See
the "Advice and Tips" section before washing.
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Turn on the main power switch
Open the washer door and load
the washing
If the washer door is closed, press the Door
opening button (key symbol). The door opens
once all water has drained from the machine.
Load the washing. The wash programme chart
shows how much washing can be washed with
each programme.
Try using less detergent, and increase only if
you are not satisfied with the results.
Fabric softener
Pour the fabric softener into the compartment with
the
symbol. Follow the recommendations on
the fabric softener packaging.
NOTE!
Do not fill above the compartment’s maximum
fill level. Otherwise fabric softener will run in too
early, which impairs the washing effect.
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Add detergent and fabric
softener, as required
The detergent packaging will have
recommendations for how much detergent you
should use. The machine holds 8 kg of washing.
If you only have a small amount of laundry in the
machine, you can reduce the amount of detergent
used.
Powder detergent
Pour the powder into the compartment for the
main wash, and pre-wash as well if desired.
Liquid detergent
When using liquid detergent, follow the detergent
manufacturer’s recommendations. We
recommend always using a wash ball with very
thick liquid detergent.
Wash ball or net
If you use a wash ball or net, place it directly in
the drum and select a programme without
pre-wash.
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Washing
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Select the programme
Programme
name
Spin
Start/Stop
2h
Temperature
Time
The display shows the programme name, the
water temperature and the spin speed.
The washing machine has a number of
preselected programmes when delivered from
the factory. The preselected programmes can be
replaced. Contact the service division for
information on which programmes are available
and how to alter the preselected programmes.
White, 90 °C
Programme for normally to heavily soiled laundry.
Follow the washing instructions for each garment.
90 °C is a good temperature for white and
light-coloured cotton, such as bed linen.
White/Colour, 60 °C
Programme for normally soiled laundry, whites
and colours. Follow the washing instructions for
each garment. 60 °C is a good temperature for
garments worn next to the skin.
White/Colour, 40 °C
Programme for normally soiled laundry, whites
and colours. Follow the washing instructions for
each garment.
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Door opening
Super quick wash, 60 °C
Fast programme for laundry that just needs
freshening up. Follow the washing instructions for
each garment. Garments worn next to the skin
ought to be washed at 60 °C.
Super quick wash, 40 °C
Fast programme for laundry that just needs
freshening up. Follow the washing instructions for
each garment.
Synthetics, 40 °C
Programme for synthetics, delicate blended
materials and permanent press cotton. Suitable
for shirts and blouses. Follow the washing
instructions for each garment. Many synthetics
will come clean at 40 °C.
Wool/hand wash, 30 °C
A gentle laundry programme for wool, silk and
garments that should be washed by hand. This
programme has a short spin.
Rinse
This programme performs one cold rinse cycle +
spin. Suitable for laundry that just needs to be
dampened.
Washing
Programme chart
Program
Water consump- Energy consump- Programme time
(approx. hrs and
Pretion
Number Spin Speed Max. load tion
min.)
wash Temp. °C of Rinses rpm
( kg)
(approx. liter) (approx. kWh)
White, 90 °C
90
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1400
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50
1,3
0:60
White/Colour, 60 °C
60
3
1400
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45
0,3
0:50
White/Colour, 40 °C
40
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1400
8
50
0,3
0:50
Super quick wash, 60 °C
60
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800
4,0
35
0,6
0:30
Super quick wash, 40 °C
40
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800
4,0
35
0,3
0:25
Synthetics, 40 °C
40
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800
4,0
40
0,3
0:25
Wool/hand wash, 30 °C
30
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800
2,7
60
0,3
0:30
1
1400
4,0
20
0,1
0:15
Rinse
Information for test institute
The above table presents a few examples of the energy, water and time consumption of a few different programme settings. Consumption
can vary depending on water pressure, water hardness, water supply temperature, room temperature, load weight and content, variations
in the power supply and selected options.
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Washing
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"Programme started" is shown on the display.
The washer door opens automatically once the
programme has finished. If you want to deactivate
the automatic door opening function, see the
"Selecting settings" section.
• Remove the load.
• Turn off the main power switch, this will save
energy.
Close the washer door and
press the Start/Stop button
Time remaining
The time remaining is shown in hours and
minutes. Once a programme is selected, the
estimated programme time is displayed. This may
differ from time to time depending on the
temperature of the water entering the machine
and the size of the load. If the programme time is
longer than the previous wash with the same
programme, "0:01" will be displayed until the
programme finishes. This is normal!
To add or remove washing after the
program starts
If you want to add or remove items after the
programme has started, you can stop the
programme by pressing and holding the Door
opening button (key symbol) for three seconds.
When you restart the machine, add any extra
detergent needed and close the washer door. The
machine continues automatically from the point
where the programme was interrupted.
Stopping or changing a programme
You can stop a programme by pressing the
Start/Stop button for three seconds. "Stop"
appears in the display. To restart the machine,
select a new programme, add any extra detergent
needed and press the Start/Stop button.
NOTE!
Do not open the detergent compartment while
the machine is running.
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Once the program has finished
Once a programme has finished, "End"
appears on the display.
If you have small children or pets at home, close
the washer door once you have removed the
laundry.
Backlighting
Two minutes after the wash programme finishes
the display backlighting enters energy saving
mode.
Settings
You can change the following settings:
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Language
Child-safe
Door opening
Temperature °C/°F
Do as follows to open the settings menu:
1. Turn off the machine using the main power switch.
2. Press and hold the Door opening button and then press the main power switch. Then press the Door
opening button 5 times within 10 seconds.
3. Select the setting you want to change by turning the programme selector.
4. Press the Door opening button once.
5. Change and save the setting as described below.
6. Press Start/Stop to return to the programme menu.
Door opening
If you do not want the washer door to open automatically when the programme is finished you can
deactivate this function.
1. Turn the programme selector, choose "Automatic door opening on" or "Automatic door opening off".
2. Press the Door opening button once to save the setting.
Language
1. Turn the programme selector to choose from: US English, English, Svenska, Dansk, Norsk, Suomi,
Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Espanol, Русский, Nederlands.
2. Press the Door opening button once to save the setting.
Temperature
1. Turn the programme selector to choose between: °C and °F.
2. Press the Door opening button once to save the setting.
Child-safe
You can activate the Child-safe start option to prevent children from starting the machine.
1. Turn the programme selector and select "Child-safe On" or "Child-safe Off".
2. Press the Door opening button once to save the setting.
You can temporarily deactivate Child-safe start by pressing Start/Stop and the Door open button at the
same time. Child-safe start will be deactivated for 3 minutes.
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Care and cleaning
Cleaning the trap and the drainage
pump
The washing machine has a trap where smaller
objects such as coins and hairpins can collect.
To clean the trap and the drainage pump, do as
follows:
1. Make sure the machine is empty of water and
switched off at the mains.
Cleaning the detergent
compartment
NOTE!
Do not run the detergent compartment through
a dishwasher!
Pull the detergent compartment out as far as it
will go.
2. Open the door.
Lift the detergent compartment upwards and then
outwards to remove it from the machine.
3. Unhook the drainage hose from the connector
inside the door and drain the water into a
suitable container, such as a bowl.
4. Turn the cover anti-clockwise to open the
pump. Remove the cover.
Rinse the compartment and scrub it clean. The
fabric softener compartment cover can be
removed.
Cleaning the outside of the machine
5. Remove any items and so forth from the pump
housing and the cover. Also check that the
pump blades right at the back rotate.
Clean the outside of the machine and the program
panel with a mild cleaner. Do not use any
solvents, as these can damage the machine.
NOTE!
Do not hose down the machine with water!
6. Screw on the cover, replace the drainage hose
on the hatch pin and close the hatch.
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Care and cleaning
Cleaning the inside of the machine
to avoid unpleasant smells
Modern detergents often allow clothes to be
washed at low temperatures. This means that
small deposits can build up in the machine. These,
in turn, may lead to unpleasant smells developing.
To avoid this, we recommend running a 95 °C
wash programme once a month. When you do
this, use a small quantity of detergent. It is not
necessary to put any washing in the machine.
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Care and cleaning
Rinse holes under the agitator
If you have hard water
If you suspect that objects such as nails or paper
clips may have fallen into the wash drum, you
should check the space under the agitator. Such
objects can rust and cause spots on clothing.
Nails and other sharp objects can cause holes in
fabrics.
If you live in an area with hard water (high
limescale content), a greyish-white coating may
form on the wash drum. To remove this coating,
empty about 20 gram of citric acid into the wash
drum and run any 95 °C programme. Repeat if
necessary.
Do as follows:
1. Insert a screwdriver or the like into the hole on
the agitator as illustrated and carefully pry to
the left.
2. Use your other hand to grasp the agitator and
pull it towards you.
3. Lift the agitator.
4. Remove any objects.
5. Place the agitator in the mounting hole with the
F-mark towards you. Ensure that all the agitator
fasteners are in their holes in the drum. Push
it in until it catches.
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Troubleshooting
The washer door will not open
1. Check that the main power switch is on.
2. Is there power? Check your home’s fuses
(circuit breakers). The washer door cannot be
opened with the door opening button (with the
key symbol) if power is off.
If nothing else works, the washer door can
be opened as follows:
If in the future the washer door does not open
when the wash programme has finished, call the
service division.
The machine will not start
1. Is the washer door properly closed? Push it
firmly.
2. Is there power? Check your home’s fuses.
WARNING!
The door may only be opened manually if the
electric power is cut and the machine has
been drained of water.
A First empty the water from the washing
machine. Press and hold the Door opening
button for three seconds to pump out the
water. If this does not work the machine
must be drained manually. See "Cleaning
the trap and the drainage pump" in the
"Care and cleaning" chapter.
B Ensure that the main power switch is turned
off and that the plug has been removed from
the wall socket.
C Take the emergency door opening tool and
place it in the gap on the right side of the
washer door lock. This tool is found in the
enclosed plastic bag.
D Push the tool upwards to open the washer
door.
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Troubleshooting
Error messages
If an error occurs during the programme a
message is shown on the display. To exit the
message after taking measures, turn the machine
off and then back on.
Water inlet fault
Check:
The error messages that may be shown in the
display are:
• that the tap on the water pipe is open.
• that the filter in the machine’s water intake is
not blocked.
Close the door
Action:
Close the washer door and the programme will
start.
Overfilling
1. Shut off the water tap.
2. See "Drainage error".
Drainage error
Check:
• that no objects are stuck in the drainage hose
outlet.
• that the drainage pump is not blocked by
foreign objects. Clean the pump. See the "Care
and cleaning" chapter.
• that there are no kinks in the drainage hose.
Press the Door opening button (key symbol) to
empty the machine of water before opening the
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washer door. If this does not resolve the problem,
call the service division.
1. Shut off the water tap.
2. Unscrew the hose.
3. Clean the filter in the intake valve on the
machine.
4. Screw the hose back on.
5. Turn on the tap.
6. Run the program again to check if the fault is
fixed.
7. If this does not resolve the problem, call the
service division.
Door opening error
Call the service division!
Motor fault
Call the service division!
Technical information
Technical data
Height:
850 mm
Width:
595 mm
Depth:
585 mm
Weight:
73 kg
Cylinder volume:
60 l
Max. washing capacity:
8 kg
Spin speed (rpm):
400-1400
Rated power:
See type plate.
Heater output:
See type plate.
Water pressure:
0,1-1 MPa
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1-10 kp/cm
2
10-100 N/cm
Wash drum and liquid compartment material:
Stainless steel
Outer casing material:
Powder-coated and hot-galvanized sheet steel or
stainless steel.
Water connection:
1,5 m pex pipe
Drain:
1,7 m polypropylene hose 3/4 BSP connection
Information for test institute
Energy declaration
European test standard:
EN 60456
Washing program:
Normal, 60 °C, 1600 rpm, 8 kg cotton
Connection:
Cold water 15 °C
Test method for noise measurement:
IEC-60704-2-4
Power requirement when machine turned off
< 0,3 W
Power requirement for Delayed Start
< 6,0 W
Power requirement when programme finished
< 3,0 W
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Transport protection
Before the machine is used, the three transport
screws should be removed as shown below.
NOTE!
If the machine is to be moved and transported,
the transport screws must be refitted to prevent
damage to the machine through shaking. If the
transport screws or plastic plugs have been lost
you can order new ones from your retailer.
Article number
Designation
80 882 77
Screw
80 884 67
Plastic plug
Order three of each item!
1. Loosen and remove the screws.
2. The enclosed plastic bag contains three plastic
plugs to fit in the empty screw holes.
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Installation
Positioning the washing machine
The washing machine can be installed as a built-in
or freestanding unit. Position the machine so that
the electrical plug is easily accessible.
A. Built-in
The washing machine can be installed under a
counter top with a working height of 850-900 mm.
Leave a 5 mm space around the entire machine,
including between the rear edge of the top cover
and the wall behind it.
B. Freestanding
The washing machine can be positioned beside
or under a tumble dryer.
Adjusting the feet
Keep the noise that the machine produces to a
minimum by adjusting the feet so that the machine
is steady and balanced on the floor. Tighten the
lock nuts.
Locking nut
Use only the supply hose supplied with the
machine. Do not re-use old hoses or other loose
supply hoses.
Water intake
At the factory, the machine is set to take in a
mixture of hot and cold water. The machine can
be set for cold water intake only. This setting must
be made by a qualified professional. Contact the
service division.
Connection to water supply
Water connection should be carried out by an
appropriately qualified person. Connect the
machine using the accompanying supply hose.
Water pressure should be 0.1–1MPa (approx.
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1–10kp/cm ; 10–100N/cm ). There should be a
stopcock on the water pipe.
If the pipes are newly installed, it may be wise to
flush them through so that any dirt is washed
away. Otherwise, dirt can clog the filter in the
machine’s water intake and cut off the water
supply.
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Installation
230V/ 50Hz
Drainage connection
Electrical installation
The machine is supplied with a drainage hose
attached, which must be connected to a drain.
See the examples below. The height must be
600-900 mm above floor level.
The electrical connection must be made using a
cable for permanent installation, with a multipolar
circuit breaker, by a qualified professional.
The lower position (600 mm) is always preferable.
Ensure that the drainage hose has no kinks.
The machine is supplied as 1-Phase, 230V, 50Hz,
heat output 3000W and has a 16A plug. Any
residual current devices must be type A.
Connection on delivery
NOTE!
Repairs and maintenance relating to safety or
performance must be carried out by a qualified
professional.
600-900mm
Coin operation
The machine is prepared for coin operation. Such
installation must be carried out by a qualified
professional.
The machine can also be connected to the drain
via a spigot connection. In this case the hose
should also be 600-900 mm above the floor. The
internal diameter of the hole should be at least 18
mm.
• Cut the nipple
• Remove burrs from the hole.
See the illustration.
The installation requires a connection cable to
power the coin meter. This connection cable can
be ordered as an accessory using the factory art.
no. 92 090 95.
The coin meter must be able to short circuit two
signal lines for periods of up to 10 minutes. This
is to give the user time to load the machine,
choose a programme and start the programme
after inserting the coins.
"Insert coin" appears on the display when the
machine is started with the main power switch.
At least 18 mm
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Installation
230V/ 60Hz
Drainage connection
Electrical installation
The machine is supplied with a drainage hose
attached, which must be connected to a drain.
See the examples below. The height must be
600-900 mm above floor level.
The electrical connection must be made using a
cable for permanent installation, with a multipolar
circuit breaker, by a qualified professional.
The lower position (600 mm) is always preferable.
Ensure that the drainage hose has no kinks.
The machine is supplied as 1-Phase, 230V, 60Hz,
heat output 3000W and has a 16A plug. Any
residual current devices must be type A.
Connection on delivery
NOTE!
Repairs and maintenance relating to safety or
performance must be carried out by a qualified
professional.
600-900mm
The machine can also be connected to the drain
via a spigot connection. In this case the hose
should also be 600-900 mm above the floor. The
internal diameter of the hole should be at least 18
mm.
• Cut the nipple
• Remove burrs from the hole.
See the illustration.
At least 18 mm
22
Installation
400 Volt
Drainage connection
Electrical installation
The machine is supplied with a drainage hose
attached, which must be connected to a drain.
See the examples below. The height must be
600-900 mm above floor level.
The electrical connection must be made using a
cable for permanent installation, with a multipolar
circuit breaker, by a qualified professional.
The lower position (600 mm) is always preferable.
Ensure that the drainage hose has no kinks.
The machine is supplied as 3-Phase, 400V, 50Hz,
heat output 3000W and has a 10A plug. Any
residual current devices must be type A.
Connection on delivery
NOTE!
Repairs and maintenance relating to safety or
performance must be carried out by a qualified
professional.
600-900mm
Coin operation
The machine is prepared for coin operation. Such
installation must be carried out by a qualified
professional.
The machine can also be connected to the drain
via a spigot connection. In this case the hose
should also be 600-900 mm above the floor. The
internal diameter of the hole should be at least 18
mm.
• Cut the nipple
• Remove burrs from the hole.
See the illustration.
The installation requires a connection cable to
power the coin meter. This connection cable can
be ordered as an accessory using the factory art.
no. 92 090 95.
The coin meter must be able to short circuit two
signal lines for periods of up to 10 minutes. This
is to give the user time to load the machine,
choose a programme and start the programme
after inserting the coins.
"Insert coin" appears on the display when the
machine is started with the main power switch.
At least 18 mm
22
Service
Before contacting the service
division
Model designation
Before you contact the service division, make sure
that you know the model designation, type
designation and serial number.
The model designation can be found on the panel.
The type designation and serial number can be
found on the type plate on the inside of the washer
door.
Type plate
Type designation
70.C2
Serial number (12 digits)
23
Quick guide
1
Washing
1. Empty pockets and refasten zips.
2. Read the item’s laundry label.
3. Sorting laundry.
NOTE!
Place underwired bras in a laundry net.
2
Load the laundry
1. Press the main power switch.
2. If the washer door is closed, press the
Door opening button (key symbol) and
the door will open.
3. Load the washing and close the washer
door.
3
Detergent compartment
1. Pour detergent into the main wash
compartment, and pre-wash
compartment as well if required. Pour
fabric softener into the compartment on
the right with the
-symbol.
2. If you use liquid detergent, follow the
detergent manufacturer’s
recommendations.
4
5
Select the programme
1. Select a programme by turning the
programme selector.
2. Press the Start/Stop button.
Program finished
1. "End" on the display indicates that the
wash programme has finished.
2. The washer door opens automatically
once the programme has finished.
3. Remove the load.
4. Turn off the main power switch.
If you have small children or pets at home,
close the washer door once you have
removed the laundry.
Art. No.: 80 88x xx. Rev. 01. We reserve the right to make changes.
Printed on environmentally friendly paper that meets the requirements of Miljöförbundet and Naturskyddsföreningen.
24
Outer casing
WM
101
108
105
107
138
138
136
106
113
131
137
111
114
127
112
139
122
140
123
124
Outer casing
WM - Stainless
Pos
Reservedelsnumme
Beskrivelse
r.
Antal
101
101-a
101-b
105
105-a
108061817-91
108900338
108901413
108064198
108064255
TOP COVER FPR
SCREW RTK ST 4,2X9,5 FZB WAX.
LOCK WASHER AZ 4,3 GALV
FORSTÆRKNING TIL TOPPLADE -02
SPONGE RUBBER STRIP 2X8 L=272
1 Pc's
3 Pc's
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
106
107
108
111
112
108801174-81
108061763
108061916
108064017
108080117-91
SIDEPLADE TITANIUM WMD 20
STYREPAL FOR TOP/SIDEPLADE
KABELHOLDER WMD20
SOUND DEAD.SHEET OUTLET HOSE
FRONT WITHOUT DOOR COMPL.
2 Pc's
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
113
114
114-a
122
123
108080197
108064222
108900327
108061785
108076076-49
PLASTIC BRACKET FRONT PLATE
PLATSSTYR FOR FRONT RAMME
SKRUE 4.2x13.0 FZB
BESKYTTELSE FOR PUMPE
CARRIER LID DRAINAGE PUMP
2 Pc's
2 Pc's
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
124
127
127-b
131
134
108076071-91
108061737
108900338
108088291
108088277
LID DRAIN PUMP
REAR PANEL WM20
SCREW RTK ST 4,2X9,5 FZB WAX.
BEAM TRANSPORT BRACE WM70
SCREW M10X65 TT FZB
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
11 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
135
136
137
138
138
108088467
108065773
108056647
108050805
108088270
PLUG TRANSPORT LOCKING
RAMME HOLDER BAGERSTE DÆKSEL
TILLØBSSLANGE 1.5m PEX
HOLDER FOR AFLØBSSLANGE
HOSE HOLDER SIDEPLATE
1 Pc's
2 Pc's
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
2 Pc's
138-a
139
140
108002263
108061618
108059334
CABLE STRIP 200 MM
BOTTOM WMD20
RUBBER FOOT D35xM10 INC. NUT
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
4 Pc's
Kommentar
Lower session
WM
226
250
208
226
240
206
207
231
215
230
220
219
221
219
204
223
215
224
222
212
201
232
211
203
202
Lower session
WM Stainless
Pos
Reservedelsnumme
Beskrivelse
r.
Antal
201
202
203
204
206
108801454
108088443
108088444
108088445
108088644
SPRINGLEG KIT WM70
RUBBER BUFFER SPRING LEG
RUBBER BUFFER SPRING LEG
RUBBER DAMPER SPRINGLEG
MOTOR CIM WM70
1 Pc's
4 Pc's
4 Pc's
4 Pc's
1 Pc's
207
208
211
211-a
211-b
108058261
108063591
108089672
108901097
108901322
AFSTANDSRØR FOR MOTOR METAL
SCREW 8.8 M8x205 FZB
MOTOR CONTROL UNIT CIM-A
SKRUE MRT 4X8 FZB T20
WASHER SRB 4,3X12X1 GALV.
2 Pc's
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
212
215
215
215-a
215-b
108083420
108801292
108076733
108063262
108056471
HOLDER CONTROL UNIT(MOTOR) UL
BELLOWS HOSE WITH BALL/WASHER
BÆLGSLANGE FOR PUMPE
SLANGEKLEMME 80.0-708
SLANGEKLEMME 42.5-708
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
215-c
219
219-c
220
221
108052083
108061924
108052083
108080831
108801264
SLANGEKLEMME 39.6-708
PRESSURE CHAMBER WM20 UL4
SLANGEKLEMME 39.6-708
RUBBER HOSE 5X8X520
AFLØBSPUMPE HANNING 60Hz 240v
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
221-a
221-b
222
223
224
108801186
108801297
108061649
108061796
108061725
SEAL PUMP INSERT HANNING SYNC
PUMP INSERT HANNING WM20 60HZ
GUMMIDÆMPER FOR PUMPE WM20
GUMMIFLAP FOR AFLØBSPUMPE WM20
DRAIN HOSE 190mm WM20
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
224-a
226
226-a
230
231
108052731
108061998
108056491
108061738
108076102
SLANGEKLEMME 14.8-706
AFLØBSSLANGE FLEX
SLANGEKLEMME 30.1-708
HOLDER FOR TERMISTOR
THERMISTOR
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
232
240
250
108061976
108061703
108061704
KABELBINDER LILLE
HEATINGEL. 2000W 230V FUSE UL
HEATINGEL. 1000W 230V FUSE UL
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
Kommentar
Cylinder and related parts
WM
322
321
316
323
313
315
339
311
314
335
307
320
318
303
306
332
333
304
342
302
327
301
319
329 330
305
325
326
331
Cylinder and related parts
WM7 Stainless
Pos
Reservedelsnumme
Beskrivelse
r.
Antal
301
302
303
304
305
108082933-81
108082934-81
108082937-49
108061685
108078973
FRONT DOOR COMPL. WM60.C
FRAME FRONT DOOR OUTER PART
FRAME FRONT DOOR INNER PART
LUGEGLAS 306x42mm
Låse tap W6900
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
306
307
311
313
313-a
108081128
108801321
108082563-29
108082561
108901097
SEALING FRONT DOOR
KIT SECURING PLATE FRONT GLASS
COVER PLATE OUTER WM60.C
HINGE WM60.C COMPL.
SKRUE MRT 4X8 FZB T20
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
2 Pc's
314
315
316
316-a
318
108076561-81
108081693
108076563
108901135
108079873
GAP SEALING
COVER PLATE INNER WM70
BALANCE WEIGHT 5,1 KG
SCREW M6SF-TT 8X25 FZB
DOOR LOCK
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
2 Pc's
4 Pc's
1 Pc's
318-a
319
320
321
322
108902087
108076566
108079959-UL
108081689
108081696
SCREW PTK 40X14 WN1452 FZB T2
EMERGENCY OPENER DOOR LOCK
COVER DOOR LOCK
FRONT GABLE CONTAINER WM70
SEALING STRIP FRONT GABLE WM7
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
323
325
326
327
329
108081695-P
108081676-P
108081678
108081649
108801276
TENSIONRING WM70
DRUM D480 COMPL. WM70
DRUM PADDLE WM70
DRIVE BELT J5 1225
V-RINGS KASSETTE KOMPLET
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
3 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
330
331
332
333
335
108056314
108801456
108056810
108056376
108901052
KUGLELEJE SKF 6206 2 RS 1
CONTAINER COMPL. WM70 2 EL.
BØLGESKIVE 37x30.5x0.5
REMSKIVE LILLE TYPE STJERNE
SKRUE 10.0x25.0 FZB BUFO 8.8
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
339
342
108083250-33
108089887
COVER HINGE WM60.C
GUIDE-2 GLASS DOOR
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
Kommentar
Control panel
WM7
430
411
402
440
435
413
442
401
472
407
471
Control panel
WM7 Stainless
Pos
Reservedelsnumme
Beskrivelse
r.
Antal
401
402
407
411
413
108089020-69
108079749
108081672-91
108081748-69
108081710-69
PANEL PROFESSIONAL
O-RING CORD CELLULAR RUBBER
LID DETERGENT DISP. W. HOLE
PUSHBUT. START/STOP PRINTED W
PUSHBUTTON MAIN SWITCH WMD60.
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
430
435
440
442
468
108088612
108083316
108083375-81
108082421-69
108076209
CONTROL UNIT WM70.C
LENS 0-OPTIONS WMD60.2
DECOR PLATE 0-OPTIONS WMD60.C
KNOB WMD60.2 COMPL.
GROUND CHAIN WM
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
471
472
490
490
490
108081664
108081665
108089767
108089768
108089769
DETERGENT COMPARTMENT
SIPHON DETERGENT COMPARTMENT
INSTRUCT. PROF. WMC64P DK
INSTRUCT. PROF. WMC64P NO
INSTRUCT. PROF. WMC64P SE
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
490
490
108089770
108089771
INSTRUCT. PROF. WMC64P NL
INSTRUCT. PROF. WMC64P FR
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
Kommentar
Upper session
WM7
515
559
539
527
557
531
510
537
547
503
565
536
548
526
506
533
534
532
541
506
501
535
Upper session
WM7 Stainless
os
Reservedelsnumme
Beskrivelse
r.
Antal
501
501-a
501-b
503
503-a
108076029
108900338
108901413
108081666
108901970
FRONTBEAM
SCREW RTK ST 4,2X9,5 FZB WAX.
LOCK WASHER AZ 4,3 GALV
DETERGENT COMPARTMENT COMPL.
SCREW PTK 40X12 A2 WN1452 T20
1 Pc's
2 Pc's
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
503-b
506
506-a
510
510-a
108902072
108064692
108063607
108061736
108052730
SKRUE 40.0x10.0 FZB WN 1442
BELLOW HOSE INLET LONG UL4
SLANGEKLEMME 57.5-708
SLANGE FOR UDLUFTNING
SLANGEKLEMME 21.0-708
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
515
515-a
526
527
527-a
108083880
108901097
108078971
108076202
108901155
INLET VALVE 2-WAY
SKRUE MRT 4X8 FZB T20
UNIT FOR ELECTR. COMP.
STØJKONDENSATOR
NUT M6M8 BH8 GALV
1 Pc's
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
527-b
529
529
529
529
108901419
108079710
108079716
108079714
108082568
LOCK WASHER AZ 8,4 GALV
CABLE SET IV WM
CABLE SET N AP LL WM
CABLE SET MC C CIM-A W
CABLE SET P WM
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
529
529
529
529
531
108082569
108083063
108083057
108089033
108089766
CABLE SET MC P WM
CABLE SET IV3 WM60.C UL4
CABLE SET EL WM60.C UL4
CABLE SET MOTOR A WM UL4
LEVEL SWITCH WM70
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
532
533
534
535
536
108080832
108080617
108051843
108061997
108061975
RUBBER HOSE 5X8X75
RUBBER HOSE 5X8X260
Y-RØR TIL NIVEAUKONTROL
BESKYTTELSE FOR NIVEAUSLANGE
KABELHOLDER
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
537
537-a
539
539-a
541
108089748
108900327
108061660
108901097
108078988
CROSS BEAM
SKRUE 4.2x13.0 FZB
TERMINAL BLOCK 5-POLE
SKRUE MRT 4X8 FZB T20
CORD SET 3X1,5X2500 90C
1 Pc's
5 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
547
548
557
559
565
108089723
108064179
108058502
108083315
108058559
BALANCING SPRING
RELÆ FOR VARME 4S/0B 50/60hZHz
SLANGE FOR INDLØB 10x15x350
INLET VALVE 1-WAY
RADIOINTERF.SUPP. FILTER F19
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
2 Pc's
1 Pc's
2 Pc's
565-a
565-b
108901155
108901419
NUT M6M8 BH8 GALV
LOCK WASHER AZ 8,4 GALV
1 Pc's
1 Pc's
Kommentar
WIRES IN ALL MACHINES
WIRES IN SOME MACHINES
INTERNAL CONNECTION
RESISTANCES AT ROOM TEMPERATURE (CA. 20°C/68°F)
VALUES WITHIN +/-10% ARE REGARDED AS NORMAL COMPONENT
CABLE POSITIONS
1: MOTOR COMMUNICATION
2: THERMISTOR
3: INLET VALVES
4: DOOR LOCK, DRAIN PUMP, PREASSURE SWITCH
6: COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
7: COIN COLLECTOR
8: POWER
9: HEATING ELEMENT, PREASSURE SWITCH
10: MOTOR POWER
MCU
NTC
F: RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION FILTER 680K Ohm
EL: HEATING ELEMENT
25 Ohm
AP: DRAIN PUMP 50 Hz
144 Ohm
AP: DRAIN PUMP 60 Hz
76 Ohm
AV: DRAIN VALVE
110/134 Ohm
LL: DOOR LOCK, 1-2
122 Ohm
NTC: THERMISTOR
6.1 - 3.8 K Ohm
IV 1: INLET VALVE 1
3.7 K Ohm
IV 2: INLET VALVE 2
3.7 K Ohm
IV3: INLET VLAVE 3
3.5 K Ohm
MO: MOTOR, 1-3
4,3±7% Ohm
1-2
4,3±7% Ohm
2-3
4,3±7% Ohm
MCU: MOTOR CONTROL UNIT
USER SETTINGS MENU
N: PRESSURE SWITCH
TURN OFF POWER (S1)
TS: PRESSURE SENSOR
WAIT FOR AT LEAST 5 SEC
TG: TACHO GENERATOR
HOLD S5
BA: CONTAINER
TURN ON POWER (S1)
INKB: INCOMING GROUND
CI: COMMUNICATIONS INTERFACE PRESS S5 5 TIMES TO ENTER MENU
TG
3
2
1
TS
MO
B4
B1
CI
S1
S4 S5
IV3
IV2
IV1
3 Phase, 10A
F2
EL
B6
INKB
BA
R33
F1
F
PRESS DOOR OPENING (S5) TO CHANGE MENU STEP
ROTATE DIAL TO CHANGE IN STEP
PRESSING START/STOP (S4) STORES AND EXITS SERVICE MENU
N
F2
RA
CI
BO
B2
R23 F21
F2
B5 RB
N
R23
R33
R34
R24
EL2
EL1
R44
R43
F3
AV
SERVICE MENU
TURN OFF POWER (S1)
WAIT FOR AT LEAST 5 SEC
HOLD S4
TURN ON POWER (S1)
PRESS S4 5 TIMES TO ENTER SERVICE MENU
F22
R43
F32
L1
F31
L2
F3
B3
L3
N14
N11
N12
N16
3
2
1
LL
<N
AP/AV
WIRING WITH
COINMETER
B1
BLACK
BROWN B2
B3
BLUE
B4
BLACK
BLUE
B5
YELLOW- B6
GREEN
WIRING WITHOUT
COINMETER
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
1 Phase, 16 A
B6
INKB
R33
F1
F22/32
F2
B2/F21
F31
1 Phase, 10 A
B6
INKB
N
L1
R33
F1
F22/32
F2
B2
F21
N
2009-12-17
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WM7
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