Front Loader Washing Machine
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Document Number
2820525179_EN / 03-12-15.(16:38)
Please read this user manual first!
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing a Defy washing machine. We hope that you get the best results from your machine
which has been manufactured with high quality and state-of-the-art technology. Please read this entire user
manual and all other accompanying documents carefully before using the machine and keep it as a reference
for future use. If the machine is handed over to a new owner please ensure that the user manual accompanies
the machine.
Explanation of symbols
Throughout this user manual the following symbols are used:
C
A
B
Important information or useful hints about usage.
Warning for hazardous situations with regard to life and
property.
Warning for electric shock.
Recyclable materials.
Do not dispose of the packaging materials together with the domestic or other wastes. Take them to the
packaging material collection points designated by the local authorities.
PLEASE REGISTER YOUR Machine AT
www.defy.co.za
DEFY APPLIANCES (PTY) LTD P.O.BOX 12004
JACOBS DURBAN
4026
SOUTH AFRICA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1General safety instructions
4
1.1 Life and property safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.2 Children’s safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.3 Electrical safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.4 Hot surface safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1.5 Compliance with WEEE Directive . . . . . . . . . 6
1.6 Package information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
1.7 Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2Your washing machine
8
2.1 Technical specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.2 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.3 Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3Installation
11
3.1 Appropriate installation location . . . . . . . . . 11
3.2 Removing packaging reinforcement . . . . . . 11
3.3 Removing the transportation locks . . . . . . . 11
3.4 Connecting water supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.5 Connecting to the drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.6 Adjusting the feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.7 Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4Preparation
15
4.1 Sorting the laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
4.2 Preparing laundry for washing . . . . . . . . . . 16
4.3 Things to be done for energy saving . . . . . . 16
4.4 Initial use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
4.5 Correct load capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.6 Loading the laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.7 Using detergent and softener . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.8 Tips for efficient washing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
5Operating the product
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5.1 Control panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
5.2 Preparing the machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
5.3 Programme selection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
5.4 Main programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
5.5 Additional programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
5.6 Special programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
5.7 Temperature selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
5.8 Spin speed selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
5.9 Programme and consumption table . . . . . . 24
5.10 Auxiliary function selection . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
5.11 Starting the programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5.12 Child Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5.13 Progress of programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
5.14 Loading door lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
5.15 Changing the selections after programme
has started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
5.16 Cancelling the programme . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
5.17 End of programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
5.18 Your machine is equipped with a “Standby
Mode” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
6Quick User Guide
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6.1 Preparing the machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
6.2 Programme selection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
6.3 Auxiliary function selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
6.4 Starting the programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
6.5 Changing the selections after programme has
started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
6.6 Canceling the programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
7Maintenance and cleaning
31
7.1 Cleaning the detergent drawer . . . . . . . . . . 31
7.2 Cleaning the loading door and the drum . . . 31
7.3 Cleaning the body and control panel. . . . . . 32
7.4 Cleaning the water intake filters . . . . . . . . . 32
7.5 Draining remaining water and cleaning the
pump filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
8Troubleshooting
34
9Owner’s responsibility
38
10 Service Centres
39
11Warranty
40
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1 General safety instructions
This section includes security instructions which may help prevent the injuries
and material damage risks. All kinds of warranties shall be invalid if these
instructions are not observed.
1.1 Life and property safety
•Never place the product on a carpet-covered floor. Electrical parts will get
overheated since air cannot circulate from under the device. This will cause
problems with your product.
•Unplug the product if it is not in use.
•Always have the repairing procedures carried out by the Authorised Service
Agent. Manufacturer shall not be held liable for damages that may arise from
procedures carried out by unauthorised persons.
•The water supply and draining hoses must be securely fastened and remain
undamaged. Otherwise, water leak may occur.
•While there is still water inside the product, never open the loading door or
remove the filter. Otherwise, risk of flooding and injury from hot water will
occur.
•Do not force open the locked loading door. Door can be opened a few minutes
after the washing cycle ends. In case of forcing the loading door to open, the
door and the lock mechanism may get damaged.
•Use detergents, softeners and supplements suitable for automatic washing
machines only.
•Follow the instructions on the label of textiles and the detergent package.
1.2 Children’s safety
•This product can be used by the children who are at the age of 8 and over and
the people whose physical, sensory or mental skills are not fully developed or
who do not have necessary required experience and knowledge as long as
they are supervised or trained about the safe use of the product and its risks.
Children should not play with the device. Cleaning and maintenance works
should not be performed by children unless they are supervised by someone.
Children of less than 3 years should be kept away unless continuously
supervised.
•Packaging materials may be dangerous for the children. Keep packaging
materials in a safe place away from reach of the children.
•Electrical products are dangerous for the children. Keep the children away
from the product when it is in use. Do not allow them to play with the product.
Use child lock to prevent children from intervening with the product.
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Important instructions for safety and environment
•Do not forget to close the loading door when leaving the room where the
product is located.
•store all detergents and additives in a safe place away from the reach of
the children by closing the cover of the detergent container or sealing the
detergent package.
1.3 Electrical safety
•If the product has a failure, it should not be operated unless it is repaired by
the Authorised Service Agent. Risk of electric shock!
•This product is designed to resume operating in the event of powering on after
a power interruption. If you wish to cancel the programme, see “Cancelling the
programme” section.
•Plug the product into a grounded outlet protected by a 13 A fuse. Do not
neglect to have the grounding installation made by a qualified electrician. Our
company shall not be liable for any damages that will arise when the product
is used without grounding in accordance with the local regulations.
•Do not wash the product by spraying or pouring water onto it! Risk of electric
shock!
•Never touch the power cable plug with wet hands! Do not grab the power cord
to unplug the machine, always unplug it by holding the socket with one hand,
and pulling the plug with the other hand.
•Product should be unplugged during installation, maintenance, cleaning and
repair procedures.
•If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer,
after sales service or a similarly qualified person (preferably an electrician) or
someone designated by the importer in order to avoid possible risks.
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Important instructions for safety and environment
1.4 Hot surface safety
While washing the laundry at high temperatures, the
loading door glass will get hot. Considering this fact,
during washing operation keep the children away
from the loading door of the product to prevent
.them touching it
1.5 Compliance with WEEE Directive
This product complies with EU WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU). This
product bears a classification symbol for waste electrical and
electronic equipment (WEEE).
This product has been manufactured with high quality parts and
materials which can be reused and are suitable for recycling. Do not
dispose of the waste product with normal domestic and other wastes
at the end of its service life. Take it to the collection center for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. Please consult your local authorities to learn
about these collection centers.
Compliance with RoHS Directive:
The product you have purchased complies with EU RoHS Directive (2011/65/
EU). It does not contain harmful and prohibited materials specified in the
Directive.
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Important instructions for safety and environment
1.6 Package information
Packaging materials of the product are manufactured from recyclable materials
in accordance with our National Environment Regulations. Do not dispose of the
packaging materials together with the domestic or other wastes. Take them to
the packaging material collection points designated by the local authorities.
1.7 Intended use
•This product has been designed for domestic use. It is not for commercial
purposes or it should not be used out of its intended use.
•The product must only be used for washing and rinsing of laundry that are
marked accordingly.
•The manufacturer waives any responsibility arisen from incorrect usage or
transportation.
•The service life of your product is 10 years. During this period, original spare
parts will be available to operate the appliance properly.
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2 Your washing machine
2.1 Technical specifications
Complying Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 1061/2010
Supplier name or trademark
Model name
Rated capacity (kg)
Energy efficiency class / Scale from A+++ (Highest Efficiency) to D (Lowest Efficiency)
Annual Energy Consumption (kWh) (1)
Energy consumption of the standard 60°C cotton programme at full load (kWh)
Energy consumption of the standard 60°C cotton programme at partial load (kWh)
Energy consumption of the standard 40°C cotton programme at partial load (kWh)
Power consumption in ‘off-mode’ (W)
Power consumption in ‘left-on mode’ (W)
Annual Water Consumption (l) (2)
Spin-drying efficiency class / Scale from A (Highest Efficiency) to G (Lowest Efficiency)
Maximum spin speed (rpm)
Remaining moisture Content (%)
Standard cotton programme (3)
Programme time of the standard 60°C cotton programme at full load (min)
Programme time of the standard 60°C cotton programme at partial load (min)
Programme time of the standard 40°C cotton programme at partial load (min)
Duration of the left-on mode (min)
Airborne acoustical noise emissions washing/spinning (dB)
Built-in
Height (cm)
Width (cm)
Depth (cm)
Net weight (±4 kg.)
Single Water inlet / Double Water inlet
• Available
Electrical input (V/Hz)
Total current (A)
Total power (W)
Main model code
DEFY
DAW 376
7
A++
196
1.001
0.767
0.747
0.250
1.000
9460
C
1000
62
Cotton Eco 60°C and 40°C
176
151
151
N/A
60/72
No
84
60
50
62
•/230 V / 50Hz
10
2200
9210
Energy Consumption based on 220 standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60°C and 40°C at full and partial load, and the
consumption of the low-power modes. Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
(1)
Water consumption based on 220 standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60°C and 40°C at full and partial load. Actual water
consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
(2)
“Standard 60°C cotton programme” and the “standard 40°C cotton programme” are the standard washing programmes to which the
information in the label and the fiche relates and these programmes are suitable to clean normally soiled cotton laundry and that they are the
most efficient programmes in terms of combined energy and water consumption.
(3)
Technical specifications may be changed without prior notice to improve the quality of the product.
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2.2 Overview
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1
2
3
7
6
4
5
1- Power cable
2- Top panel
3- Control panel
4- Filter cap
5- Adjustable feet
6- Loading door
7- Detergent drawer
8- Drain hose
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2.3 Package Contents
3
4
2
1
b
a
6
c
8
7
5
1- Power cable
2- Drain hose
3- Transportation safety bolts *
4- Mains water inlet hose (One of the following filter types is used for the mains hose connection.)
a- Electronical water shut-off
b- Mechanical water shut-off
c- Standard
5- Liquid detergent container**
6- User Manual
7- Blind plug***
8- Plastic plug group
* Number of transportation safety bolts may change depending on the model of your machine.
** This may be supplied with the machine depending on the model of your machine.
*** This is supplied if your machine is equipped with double water inlet.
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3 Installation
Refer to the nearest Authorised Service Agent for
installation of the product. To make the product
ready for use, review the information in the user
manual and make sure that the electricity, tap
water supply and water drainage systems are
appropriate before calling the Authorized Service
Agent. If they are not, call a qualified technician
and plumber to have any necessary arrangements
carried out.
C
B
A
3.2 Removing packaging
reinforcement
Tilt the machine backwards to remove the
packaging reinforcement. Remove the packaging
reinforcement by pulling the ribbon.
Preparation of the location and electrical,
tap water and waste water installations
at the place of installation is under
customer's responsibility.
Make sure that the water inlet and
discharge hoses as well as the power
cable are not folded, pinched or crushed
while pushing the product into its place
after installation or cleaning procedures.
WARNING: Installation and electrical
connections of the product must be
carried out by the Authorized Service
Agent. Manufacturer shall not be held
liable for damages that may arise from
procedures carried out by unauthorized
persons.
WARNING: Prior to installation, visually
check if the product has any defects on
it. If so, do not have it installed. Damaged
products cause risks for your safety.
3.1 Appropriate installation location
• Place the machine on a rigid floor. Do not place
it on a long pile rug or similar surfaces.
• Total weight of the washing machine and the
dryer -with full load- when they are placed
on top of each other reaches to approx. 180
kilograms. Place the product on a solid and flat
floor that has sufficient load carrying capacity!
• Do not place the product on the power cable.
• Do not install the product at places where
temperature may fall below 0ºC.
• Place the product at least 1 cm away from the
edges of other furniture.
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3.3 Removing the
transportation locks
A
WARNING: Do not remove the
transportation locks before taking out the
packaging reinforcement.
WARNING: Remove the transportation
safety bolts before operating the washing
machine! Otherwise, the product will be
damaged.
1.Loosen all the bolts with a suitable spanner until
they rotate freely (C).
2.Remove transportation safety bolts by turning
them gently.
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3.Attach the plastic covers supplied in the User
Manual bag into the holes on the rear panel. (P)
C
Keep the transportation safety bolts in
a safe place to reuse when the washing
machine needs to be moved again in the
future.
Never move the product without the
transportation safety bolts properly fixed
in place!
3.4 Connecting water supply
C
A
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The water supply pressure required to run
the product is between 1 to 10 bars (0.1
– 1 MPa). It is necessary to have 10 – 80
liters of water flowing from the fully open
tap in one minute to have your machine run
smoothly. Attach a pressure reducing valve
if water pressure is higher.
If you are going to use the double waterinlet product as a single (cold) water-inlet
unit, you must install the supplied stopper
to the hot water valve before operating the
product. (Applies for the products supplied
with a blind stopper group.)
WARNING: Models with a single water
inlet should not be connected to the hot
water tap. In such a case the laundry will
get damaged or the product will switch to
protection mode and will not operate.
WARNING: Do not use old or used water
inlet hoses on the new product. It may
cause stains on your laundry.
1.Connect the special hoses supplied with the
product to the water inlets on the product. Red
hose (left) (max. 90 ºC) is for hot water inlet,
blue hose (right) (max. 25 ºC) is for cold water
inlet.
A
WARNING: Ensure that the cold and hot
water connections are made correctly
when installing the product. Otherwise,
your laundry will come out hot at the end
of the washing process and wear out.
2.Tighten all hose nuts by hand. Never use a tool
when tightening the nuts.
3.Open the taps completely after making the
hose connection to check for water leaks at
the connection points. If any leaks occur, turn
off the tap and remove the nut. Retighten the
nut carefully after checking the seal. To prevent
water leakages and damages caused by them,
keep the taps closed when the machine is not
in use.
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3.5 Connecting to the drain
• The end of the drain hose must be directly
connected to the wastewater drain or to the
washbasin.
A
WARNING: Your house will be flooded
if the hose comes out of its housing
during water discharge. Moreover, there
is risk of scalding due to high washing
temperatures! To prevent such situations
and to ensure smooth water intake and
discharge of the machine, fix the end of
the discharge hose tightly so that it cannot
come out.
• The hose should be attached to a height of at
least 40 cm, and 100 cm at most.
• In case the hose is elevated after laying it on
the floor level or close to the ground (less than
40 cm above the ground), water discharge
becomes more difficult and the laundry may
come out excessively wet. Therefore, follow the
heights described in the figure.
3.6 Adjusting the feet
A
WARNING: In order to ensure that
the product operates more silently
and vibration-free, it must stand level
and balanced on its feet. Balance the
machine by adjusting the feet. Otherwise,
the product may move from its place and
cause crushing and vibration problems.
1.Loosen the lock nuts on the feet by hand.
2.Adjust the feet until the product stands level
and balanced.
40cm
100cm
3.Tighten all lock nuts again by hand.
• To prevent flowing of dirty water back into the
machine and to allow for easy discharge, do not
immerse the hose end into the dirty water or do
not drive it in the drain more than 15 cm. If it is
too long, cut it short.
• The end of the hose should not be bent, it
should not be stepped on and the hose must
not be pinched between the drain and the
machine.
• If the length of the hose is too short, use it by
adding an original extension hose. Length of the
hose may not be longer than 3.2 m. To avoid
water leak failures, the connection between
the extension hose and the drain hose of the
product must be fitted well with an appropriate
clamp as not to come off and leak.
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A
WARNING: Do not use any tools to
loosen the lock nuts. Otherwise, they will
get damaged.
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3.7 Electrical connection
Connect the product to a grounded outlet
protected by a 16 A fuse. Our company shall not
be liable for any damages that will arise when the
product is used without grounding in accordance
with the local regulations.
• Connection must comply with national
regulations.
• Power cable plug must be within easy reach
after installation.
• If the current value of the fuse or breaker in the
house is less than 16 Amps, have a qualified
electrician install a 16 Amp fuse.
• The voltage specified in the "Technical
specifications" section must be equal to your
mains voltage.
• Do not make connections via extension cables
or multi-plugs.
B
WARNING: Damaged power cables
must be replaced by the Authorized
Service Agents.
Transportation of the product
1.Unplug the product before transporting it.
2.Remove water drain and water supply
connections.
3.Drain all water that has remained in the
product. See 7.5
4.Install transportation safety bolts in the reverse
order of removal procedure; see 3.3.
C
A
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Never move the product without the
transportation safety bolts properly fixed
in place!
WARNING: Packaging materials are
dangerous to children. Keep packaging
materials in a safe place away from
reach of the children.
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4 Preparation
4.1 Sorting the laundry
• Sort laundry according to type of fabric, colour, and degree of soiling and allowable water
temperature.
• Always obey the instructions given on the garment tags.
Maximum
950C
700C
600C
500C
400C
300C
Symbol(s)
lll
lll
lll
ll
ll
ll
lll
ll
l
Drying
Symbols
Suitable for
dryer
Drying
Settings
No Iron
Sensitive /
Delicate dry
Do not dry
with dryer
No Spin
Hand wash
SensitiveDelicate
wash
No Iron
Water
Temperatures
At any temperature
WASH
Normal wash
Machine
Wash
Symbols
Not washable
LAUNDRY WASH SYMBOLS
Do not dryclean
Do not dry
Dry-cleanable
Lay in shadow
to dry
Hang wet to dry
Lay to dry
Hang to dry
Without heating
At low temperature
At medium
temperature
At high temperature
DRYING
Dry or Steam
Iron at medium
temperature
Iron at low
temperature
200 0C
150 0C
110 0C
Bleach (sodium
hypochlorite)
can be used
Bleach is not
allowed
Maximum temperature
All bleaches are allowed
BLEACH
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Iron without
steam
IRON
Iron at high
temperature
Do not iron
Iron -
Only bleaches without
chlorine are allowed
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4.2 Preparing laundry for washing
• Laundry items with metal attachments such as,
underwired bras, belt buckles or metal buttons
will damage the machine. Remove the metal
pieces or wash the clothes by putting them in a
laundry bag or pillow case.
• Take out all substances in the pockets such as
coins, pens and paper clips, and turn pockets
inside out and brush. Such objects may damage
the product especially the glass door or cause
noise problem.
• Put small size clothes such as infant's socks
and nylon stockings in a laundry bag or pillow
case.
• Place curtains in without compressing them.
Remove curtain attachment items.
• Fasten zippers, sew loose buttons and mend
rips and tears.
• Wash “machine washable” or “hand washable”
labelled products only with an appropriate
programme.
• Do not wash colours and whites together. New,
dark coloured cottons release a lot of dye. Wash
them separately.
• Tough stains must be treated properly before
washing. If unsure, check with a dry cleaner.
• Use only dyes/colour changers and limescale
removers suitable for machine wash. Always
follow the instructions on the package.
• Wash trousers and delicate laundry turned
inside out.
• Keep laundry items made of Angora wool in the
freezer for a few hours before washing. This will
reduce pilling.
• Laundry that are subjected to materials such as
flour, lime dust, milk powder, etc. intensely must
be shaken off before placing into the machine.
Such dusts and powders on the laundry may
build up on the inner parts of the machine in
time and can cause damage.
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4.3 Things to be done
for energy saving
Following information will help you use the
product in an ecological and energy-efficient
manner.
• Operate the product in the highest capacity
allowed by the programme you have selected,
but do not overload; see, "Programme and
consumption table".
• Always follow the instructions on the detergent
packaging.
• Wash slightly soiled laundry at low
temperatures.
• Use faster programmes for small quantities of
lightly soiled laundry.
• Do not use prewash and high temperatures for
laundry that is not heavily soiled or stained.
• If you plan to dry your laundry in a dryer, select
the highest spin speed recommended during
washing process.
• Do not use detergent in excess of the amount
recommended on the detergent package.
4.4 Initial use
Before starting to use the product, make sure
that all preparations are made in accordance
with the instructions in sections “Important safety
instructions” and “Installation”.
To prepare the product for washing laundry,
perform first operation in Drum Cleaning
programme. If your product is not equipped with
Drum Cleaning programme, perform the Initial
Use procedure in accordance with the methods
described under “7.2 Cleaning the loading door
and the drum” section of the user manual.
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Use an anti-limescale suitable for the
washing machines.
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Some water might have remained in
the product due to the quality control
processes in the production. It is not
harmful for the product.
4.5 Correct load capacity
The maximum load capacity depends on the type
of laundry, the degree of soiling and the washing
programme desired.
The machine automatically adjusts the amount
of water according to the weight of the loaded
laundry.
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WARNING: Follow the information in the
“Programme and consumption table”.
When overloaded, machine's washing
performance will drop. Moreover, noise
and vibration problems may occur.
Laundry type
Bathrobe
Napkin
Duvet cover
Bed Sheet
Pillowcase
Tablecloth
Towel
Hand towel
Evening gown
Underclothing
Men’s overalls
Men’s shirt
Men’s pyjamas
Blouses
Weight (g)
1200
100
700
500
200
250
200
100
200
100
600
200
500
100
4.6 Loading the laundry
1.Open the loading door.
2.Place laundry items loosely into the machine.
3.Push the loading door to close until you hear a
locking sound. Ensure that no items are caught
in the door.
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The loading door is locked while a
programme is running. The door can only
be opened a while after the programme
comes to an end.
WARNING: In case of misplacing the
laundry, noise and vibration problems may
occur in the machine.
4.7 Using detergent and softener
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When using detergent, softener, starch,
fabric dye, bleach or limescale remover
read the manufacturer's instructions
on the package carefully and follow the
suggested dosage values. Use measuring
cup if available.
Detergent Drawer
The detergent drawer is composed of three
compartments:
– (1) for prewash
– (2) for main wash
– (3) for softener
– (*) in addition, there is siphon piece in the
softener compartment.
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Detergent, softener and other cleaning agents
• Add detergent and softener before starting the
washing programme.
• Never leave the detergent drawer open while
the washing programme is running!
• When using a programme without prewash,
do not put any detergent into the prewash
compartment (compartment nr. "1").
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• In a programme with prewash, do not put
liquid detergent into the prewash compartment
(compartment nr. "1").
• Do not select a programme with prewash if you
are using a detergent bag or dispensing ball.
Place the detergent bag or the dispensing ball
directly among the laundry in the machine.
• If you are using liquid detergent, do not forget
to place the liquid detergent cup into the main
wash compartment (compartment nr. "2").
Choosing the detergent type
The type of detergent to be used depends on the
type and colour of the fabric.
• Use different detergents for coloured and white
laundry.
• Wash your delicate clothes only with special
detergents (liquid detergent, wool shampoo,
etc.) used solely for delicate clothes.
• When washing dark coloured clothes and quilts,
it is recommended to use liquid detergent.
• Wash woollens with special detergent made
specifically for woollens.
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WARNING: Use only detergents
manufactured specifically for washing
machines.
WARNING: Do not use Powdered Soap.
Adjusting detergent amount
The amount of washing detergent to be used
depends on the amount of laundry, the degree of
soiling and water hardness.
• Do not use amounts exceeding the dosage
quantities recommended on the detergent
package to avoid problems of excessive foam,
poor rinsing, financial savings and finally,
environmental protection.
• Use lesser detergent for small amounts or
lightly soiled clothes.
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Using softeners
Pour the softener into the softener compartment
of the detergent drawer.
• Do not exceed the (>max<) level marking in the
softener compartment.
• If the softener has lost its fluidity, dilute it with
water before putting it in the detergent drawer.
Using liquid detergents
If the product contains a liquid detergent cup:
• Make sure that you have placed the liquid
detergent cup in compartment nr. "2".
• If the liquid detergent has lost its fluidity, dilute
it with water before putting in the detergent
cup.
If the product does not contain a liquid
detergent cup:
• Do not use liquid detergent for the prewash in a
programme with prewash.
• Liquid detergent stains your clothes when used
with Delayed Start function. If you are going to
use the Delayed Start function, do not use liquid
detergent.
Using gel and tablet detergent
Apply the following instructions when using tablet,
gel and similar detergents.
• If the gel detergent thickness is fluidal and
your machine does not contain a special liquid
detergent cup, put the gel detergent into the
main wash detergent compartment during first
water intake. If your machine contains a liquid
detergent cup, fill the detergent into this cup
before starting the programme.
• If the gel detergent thickness is not fluidal or in
the shape of capsule liquid tablet, put it directly
into the drum before washing.
• Put tablet detergents into the main wash
compartment (compartment nr. "2") or directly
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into the drum before washing.
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Tablet detergents may leave residues
in the detergent compartment. If you
encounter such a case, place the tablet
detergent between the laundry, close
to the lower part of the drum in future
washings.
Using limescale remover
• When required, use limescale removers
manufactured specifically for washing machines
only.
Use the tablet or gel detergent without
selecting the prewash function.
Using starch
• Add liquid starch, powder starch or the fabric
dye into the softener compartment.
• Do not use softener and starch together in a
washing cycle.
• Wipe the inside of the machine with a damp
and clean cloth after using starch.
Using bleaches
• Select a programme with prewash and add
the bleaching agent at the beginning of the
prewash. Do not put detergent in the prewash
compartment. As an alternative application,
select a programme with extra rinse and add
the bleaching agent while the machine is taking
water from the detergent compartment during
first rinsing step.
• Do not use bleaching agent and detergent by
mixing them.
• Use just a little amount (approx. 50 ml) of
bleaching agent and rinse the clothes very
well as it causes skin irritation. Do not pour the
bleaching agent onto the clothes and do not
use it for coloured clothes.
• When using oxygen based bleaches, select
a programme that washes at a lower
temperature.
• Oxygen based bleaches can be used together
with detergents; however, if its thickness
is not the same with the detergent, put the
detergent first into the compartment nr. "2"
in the detergent drawer and wait until the
detergent flows while the machine is taking in
water. Add the bleaching agent from the same
compartment while the machine is still taking in
water.
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4.8 Tips for efficient washing
Clothes
Light colours and
whites
Soiling Level
(Recommended
temperature range
based on soiling level:
40-90ºC)
Colours
Delicates/Woolens/
Silks
Dark colours
(Recommended
temperature range
based on soiling level:
cold-40ºC)
(Recommended
temperature range
based on soiling
level: cold-40ºC)
(Recommended
temperature range
based on soiling
level: cold-30ºC)
It may be necessary
to pre-treat the
stains or perform
prewash. Powder
and liquid detergents
recommended
Heavily Soiled
for whites can be
used at dosages
(difficult stains
recommended for
such as grass,
coffee, fruits and heavily soiled clothes.
blood.)
It is recommended to
use powder detergents
to clean clay and soil
stains and the stains
that are sensitive to
bleaches.
Powder and
liquid detergents
recommended for
colours can be used at
dosages recommended
for heavily soiled clothes.
It is recommended to
use powder detergents
to clean clay and soil
stains and the stains
that are sensitive to
bleaches. Use detergents
without bleach.
Liquid detergents
suitable for
colours and dark
colours can be
used at dosages
recommended
for heavily soiled
clothes.
Prefer liquid
detergents produced
for delicate clothes.
Woollen and silk
clothes must be
washed with special
woollen detergents.
Powder and
liquid detergents
recommended for
(For example,
whites can be used at
stains caused by dosages recommended
body on collars
for normally soiled
and cuffs)
clothes.
Powder and
liquid detergents
recommended for
colours can be used at
dosages recommended
for normally soiled
clothes. Use detergents
without bleach.
Liquid detergents
suitable for
colours and dark
colours can be
used at dosages
recommended for
normally soiled
clothes.
Prefer liquid
detergents produced
for delicate clothes.
Woollen and silk
clothes must be
washed with special
woollen detergents.
Powder and
liquid detergents
Lightly Soiled
recommended for
whites can be used at
(No visible stains dosages recommended
exist.)
for lightly soiled
clothes.
Powder and
liquid detergents
recommended for
colours can be used at
dosages recommended
for lightly soiled clothes.
Use detergents without
bleach.
Liquid detergents
suitable for
colours and dark
colours can be
used at dosages
recommended
for lightly soiled
clothes.
Prefer liquid
detergents produced
for delicate clothes.
Woollen and silk
clothes must be
washed with special
woollen detergents.
Normally Soiled
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5 Operating the product
5.1 Control panel
1
2
3
4
5
8
1 - Programme Selection knob (Uppermost
position On / Off)
2 - Display
3 - Delayed Start button
7
6
4 - Programme Follow-up indicator
5 - Start / Pause button
6 - Auxiliary Function buttons
7 - Spin Speed Adjustment button
8 - Temperature Adjustment button
5.2 Preparing the machine
1.Make sure that the hoses are connected tightly.
2.Plug in your machine.
3.Turn the tap on completely.
4.Place the laundry in the machine.
5.Add detergent and fabric softener.
5.3 Programme selection
1.Select the programme suitable for the type,
quantity and soiling degree of the laundry
in accordance with the "Programme and
consumption table" and the temperature table
below.
90˚C
Heavily soiled white cottons and linens.
(coffee table covers, tableclothes, towels,
bed sheets, etc.)
60˚C
Normally soiled, coloured, fade proof
linens, cottons or synthetic clothes (shirt,
nightgown, pyjamas, etc.) and lightly soiled
white linens (underwear, etc.)
40˚C30˚CCold
Blended laundry including delicate textile
(veil curtains, etc.), synthetics and woollens.
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2.Select the desired programme with the
Programme Selection button.
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Programmes are limited with the highest
spin speed appropriate for that particular
type of fabric.
When selecting a programme, always
consider the type of fabric, colour,
degree of soiling and permissible water
temperature.
Always select the lowest required
temperature. Higher temperature means
higher power consumption.
For further programme details, see
"Programme and consumption table"
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5.4 Main programmes
Depending on the type of fabric, use the following
main programmes.
• Cottons
Use this programme for your cotton laundry (such
as bed sheets, duvet and pillowcase sets, towels,
bathrobes, underwear, etc.). Your laundry will be
washed with vigorous washing action for a longer
washing cycle.
• Synthetics
Use this programme to wash your synthetic
clothes (shirts, blouses, synthetic/cotton blends,
etc.). It washes with a gentle action and has a
shorter washing cycle compared to the Cottons
programme.
For curtains and tulle, use the Synthetic 40˚C
programme with prewash and anti-creasing
functions selected. As their meshed texture
causes excessive foaming, wash the veils/tulle by
putting little amount of detergent into the main
wash compartment. Do not put detergent in the
prewash compartment.
• Woollens
Use this programme to wash your woollen clothes.
Select the appropriate temperature complying
with the tags of your clothes. Use appropriate
detergents for woollens.
5.5 Additional programmes
For special cases, additional programmes are
available in the machine.
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Additional programmes may differ
according to the model of the machine.
• Cottons Eco
You may wash your normally soiled durable cotton
and linen laundry in this programme with the
highest energy and water saving compared to
all other wash programmes suitable for cottons.
Actual water temperature may differ from the
declared cycle temperature. Programme duration
may automatically be shortened during later
stages of the programme if you wash less amount
(e.g. ½ capacity or less) of laundry. In this case
energy and water consumption will be further
decreased giving you the opportunity for a more
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economical wash. This feature is available for
certain models having remaining time display.
• BabyProtect
Use this programme to wash baby laundry, and
the laundry that belongs to allergic persons.
Longer heating time and an additional rinsing step
provide a higher level of hygiene.
• Delicates
Use this programme to wash your delicate clothes.
It washes with a gentle action without any interim
spin compared to the Synthetics programme.
• Hand Wash 20°
Use this programme to wash your woollen/delicate
clothes that bear “not machine- washable” tags
and for which hand wash is recommended. It
washes laundry with a very gentle washing action
to not to damage clothes.
• Daily Xpress
Use this programme to quickly wash your little
amount of lightly soiled cotton clothes.
• Xpress Super Short
Use this programme to wash your little amount of
lightly soiled cotton clothes in a short time.
• Dark Care
Use this programme to wash your dark coloured
laundry, or the coloured laundry that you do not
want them get faded. Washing is performed with
less mechanical movements at low temperature.
It is recommended to use liquid detergent or wool
shampoo for dark coloured laundry.
• Mix 40
Use this programme to wash your cotton and
synthetic clothes together without sorting them.
• Shirts
Use this programme to wash the shirts made of
cotton, synthetic and synthetic blended fabrics
together.
• Sports
Use this programme to wash your garments that
are worn for a short time such as sportswear. It is
suitable to wash little amount of cotton / synthetic
blended garments.
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5.6 Special programmes
For specific applications, select any of the
following programmes.
• Rinse
Use this programme when you want to rinse or
starch separately.
• Spin+Drain
Use this programme to apply an additional spin
cycle for your laundry or to drain the water in the
machine.
Before selecting this programme, select the
desired spin speed and press Start / Pause
button. First, the machine will drain the water
inside of it. Then, it will spin the laundry with the
set spin speed and drain the water coming out of
them.
If you wish to drain only the water without
spinning your laundry, select the Pump+Spin
programme and then select the No Spin function
with the help of Spin Speed Adjustment button.
Press Start / Pause button.
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Use a lower spin speed for delicate
laundries.
5.7 Temperature selection
Whenever a new programme is selected,
the maximum temperature for the selected
programme appears on the temperature indicator.
To decrease the temperature, press the
Temperature Adjustment button. Temperature will
decrease gradually.
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5.8 Spin speed selection
Whenever a new programme is selected, the
recommended spin speed of the selected
programme is displayed on the spin speed
indicator.
To decrease the spin speed, press the Spin
Speed Adjustment button. Spin speed decreases
gradually. Then, depending on the model of the
product, "Rinse Hold" and "No Spin" options
appear on the display. See "Auxiliary function
selection" section for explanations of these
options.
Rinse Hold
If you are not going to unload your clothes
immediately after the programme completes, you
may use rinse hold function to keep your laundry
in the final rinsing water in order to prevent them
from getting wrinkled when there is no water in
the machine. Press Start / Pause button after this
process if you want to drain the water without
spinning your laundry. Programme will resume
and complete after draining the water.
If you want to spin the laundry held in water,
adjust the Spin Speed and press Start / Pause
button.
The programme resumes. Water is drained,
laundry is spun and the programme is completed.
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If the programme has not reached the
spinning step, you can change the speed
without switching the machine to Pause
mode.
If the programme has not reached
the heating step, you can change the
temperature without switching the
machine to Pause mode.
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5.9 Programme and consumption table
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Auxiliary
functions
Max. Load (kg)
Water Consumption (l)
Energy Consumption (kWh)
Max. Speed***
Prewash
Quick Wash
Pet hair removal
2
90
7
69
2.15
1000
•
•
•
Cold-90
60
7
66
1.40
1000
•
•
•
Cold-90
40
7
66
0.70
1000
•
•
•
Cold-90
60**
7
48
1.00
1000
40-60
60**
3.5
39
0.77
1000
40-60
40**
3.5
39
0.75
1000
40-60
30
2
50
0.11
1000
Cold-30
90
7
55
1.80
1000
Cold-90
60
7
55
1.10
1000
Cold-90
Programme
Cottons
Cottons Eco
Xpress Super Short
Daily Xpress
Selectable temperature
range °C
30
7
55
0.25
1000
Shirts
60
3.5
60
1.00
600
Dark Care
40
3
70
0.50
800
BabyProtect
90
7
84
2.15
1000
Hand Wash 20°
20
1
41
0.15
600
20
Woollens
40
1.5
56
0.27
600
Cold-40
Mix 40
40
3
50
0.73
800
Delicates
30
2
43
0.23
600
Sports
40
4
67
0.58
60
3
50
40
3
50
Synthetics
Cold-90
•
•
Cold-60
Cold-40
•
30-90
•
•
•
Cold-40
800
•
•
0.95
800
•
•
•
Cold-60
0.73
800
•
•
•
Cold-60
Cold-40
Cold-40
• : Selectable
* : Automatically selected, no cancelling.
** : Energy Label programme (EN 60456 Ed.3)
*** : If maximum spin speed of the machine is lower then this value, you can only select up to the maximum spin
speed.
- : See the programme description for maximum load.
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** “Cotton eco 40°C and Cotton eco 60°C are standard cycles.” These cycles are known as ‘40°C
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cotton standard cycle’ and ‘60°C cotton standard cycle’ and indicated with the on the panel.
symbols
The auxiliary functions in the table may vary according to the model of your machine.
Water and power consumption may vary subject to the changes in water pressure, water hardness and
temperature, ambient temperature, type and amount of laundry, selection of auxiliary functions and
spin speed, and changes in electric voltage.
You can see the washing time of the programme you have selected on the display of the machine. It is
normal that small differences may occur between the time shown on the display and the real washing
time.
“Selectability of auxiliary functions might be changed by the manufacturer. New selectabilities might be
added or existing ones might be removed.”
“The spin speed of your machine may vary among the programmes, however this speed cannot exceed
the max. spin speed of your machine.”
Load (kg)
Water
Consumption (l)
Energy
Consumption
(kWh)
Programme
Duration (min) *
Indicative values for Synthetics programmes (EN)
Synthetics 60
3
50
0.95
100 /120
45
40
Synthetics 40
3
50
0.73
90l/110l
45
40
l
l
Remaining Moisture
Content (%) **
Remaining Moisture
Content (%) **
≤ 1000 rpm
≥ 1000 rpm
* You can see the washing time of the programme you have selected on the display of the machine. It is normal that
small differences may occur between the time shown on the display and the real washing time.
** Remaining moisture content values may differ according to the selected spin speed.
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5.10 Auxiliary function selection
Select the desired auxiliary functions before
starting the programme. Furthermore, you may
also select or cancel auxiliary functions that
are suitable to the running programme without
pressing the Start / Pause button when the
machine is operating. For this, the machine must
be in a step before the auxiliary function you are
going to select or cancel.
If the auxiliary function cannot be selected or
cancelled, light of the relevant auxiliary function
will blink 3 times to warn the user.
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Some functions cannot be selected
together. If a second auxiliary function
conflicting with the first one is selected
before starting the machine, the function
selected first will be cancelled and the
second auxiliary function selection will
remain active. For example, if you want to
select Quick Wash after you have selected
the Prewash, Prewash will be cancelled
and Quick Wash will remain active.
An auxiliary function that is not compatible
with the programme cannot be selected.
(See “Programme and consumption table”)
Auxiliary Function buttons may vary
according to the model of the machine.
• Prewash
A Prewash is only worthwhile for heavily soiled
laundry. Not using the Prewash will save energy,
water, detergent and time.
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Prewash without detergent is
recommended for tulle and curtains.
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When you select this function, load
your machine with half of the maximum
laundry specified in the programme table.
• Quick Wash
This function can be used in Cottons and
Synthetics programmes. It decreases the washing
times and also the number of rinsing steps for
lightly soiled laundry.
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• Pet hair removal
This function helps to remove pet hair that remain
on your garments more effectively.
When you select this function, Prewash and Extra
Rinse steps are added to the normal programme.
Thus, washing is performed with more water
(30%) and the pet hair is removed more
effectively.
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WARNING: Never wash your pets in the
washing machine.
Delayed Start
With the Delayed Start function the startup
of the programme may be delayed up to 19
hours. Delayed start time can be increased by
increments of 1 hour.
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Do not use liquid detergents when you
set Delayed Start! There is the risk of
staining of the clothes.
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Additional laundry may be loaded during
the delayed start period.
1.Open the loading door, place the laundry and
put detergent, etc.
2.Select the washing programme, temperature,
spin speed and, if required, the auxiliary
functions.
3. Set the desired time by pressing the Delayed
Start button.
4. Press Start / Pause button. The delayed start
time you have set is displayed. Delayed start
countdown starts. “_” symbol next to the
delayed start time moves up and down on the
display.
5.At the end of the countdown, duration of
the selected programme will be displayed.
“_” symbol will disappear and the selected
programme will start.
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Changing the Delayed Start period
If you want to change the time during countdown:
1.Press Delayed Start button. Time will increase
by 1 hour each time you press the button.
2.If you want to decrease the delayed start time,
press Delayed Start button repeatedly until
the desired delayed start time appears on the
display.
Cancelling the Delayed Start function
If you want to cancel the delayed start countdown
and start the programme immediately:
1.Set the Delayed Start period to zero or turn the
Programme Selection knob to any programme.
Thus, Delayed Start function will be cancelled.
The End/Cancel light flashes continuously.
2.Then, select the programme you want to run
again.
3.Press Start / Pause button to start the
programme.
5.11 Starting the programme
1.Press Start / Pause button to start the
programme.
2.Programme follow-up light showing the startup
of the programme will turn on.
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If no programme is started or no key
is pressed within 1 minute during
programme selection process, the
machine will switch to Pause mode and
the illumination level of the temperature,
speed and loading door indicator lights
will decrease. Other indicator lights
and indicators will turn off. Once the
Programme Selection knob is rotated or
any button is pressed, indicator lights and
indicators will turn on again.
5.12 Child Lock
Use Child Lock function to prevent children from
tampering with the machine. Thus you can avoid
any changes in a running programme.
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Even if another programme is selected
with the Programme Selection knob
while the Child Lock is active, previously
selected programme will continue running.
To activate the Child Lock:
Press and hold 1st and 2nd Auxiliary Function
buttons for 3 seconds. The lights on the 1st and
2nd Auxiliary Function buttons will flash, and
"C03", "C02", "C01" will appear on the display
respectively while you keep the buttons pressed
for 3 seconds. Then, "Con" will appear on the
display indicating that the Child Lock is activated.
If you press any button or turn the Programme
Selection knob when the Child Lock is active,
same phrase will appear on the display. The lights
on the 1st and 2nd auxiliary function buttons that
are used to deactivate the Child Lock will blink 3
times.
To deactivate the Child Lock:
Press and hold 1st and 2nd auxiliary function
buttons for 3 seconds while any programme is
running. The lights on the 1st and 2nd Auxiliary
Function buttons will flash, and "C03", "C02",
"C01" will appear on the display respectively
while you keep the buttons pressed for 3 seconds.
Then, "COFF" will appear on the display indicating
that the Child Lock is deactivated.
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If the Programme Selection knob is
turned when the Child Lock is active,
“Con” appears on the display. The
Child Lock does not allow any change
in the programmes and the selected
temperature, speed and auxiliary
functions.
In addition to the method above, to
deactivate the Child Lock, switch the
Programme Selection knob to On / Off
position when no programme is running,
and select another programme.
Child Lock is not deactivated after
power failures or when the machine is
unplugged.
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5.13 Progress of programme
Progress of a running programme can be followed
from the Programme Follow-up indicator. At
the beginning of every programme step, the
relevant indicator light will turn on and light of the
completed step will turn off.
You can change the auxiliary functions, speed
and temperature settings without stopping the
programme flow while the programme is running.
To do this, the change you are going to make
must be in a step after the running programme
step. If the change is not compatible, relevant
lights will flash for 3 times.
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If the machine does not pass to the
spinning step, Rinse Hold function might
be active or the automatic unbalanced
load detection system might be activated
due to the unbalanced distribution of the
laundry in the machine.
5.14 Loading door lock
There is a locking system on the loading door of
the machine that prevents opening of the door in
cases when the water level is unsuitable.
Loading door light will start flashing when the
machine is switched to Pause mode. Machine
checks the level of the water inside. If the level is
suitable, Loading Door light illuminates steadily
within 1-2 minutes and the loading door can be
opened.
If the level is unsuitable, Loading Door light turns
off and the loading door cannot be opened. If
you are obliged to open the Loading Door while
the Loading Door light is off, you have to cancel
the current programme; see "Cancelling the
programme".
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5.15 Changing the selections
after programme has started
Switching the machine to pause mode
Press the Start / Pause button to switch the
machine to pause mode while a programme is
running. The light of the step which the machine
is in starts flashing in the Programme Follow-up
indicator to show that the machine has been
switched to the pause mode.
Also, when the loading door is ready to be
opened, Loading Door light will also illuminate
continuously in addition to the programme step
light.
Changing the speed and temperature settings
for auxiliary functions
Depending on the step the programme has
reached, you may cancel or activate the auxiliary
functions; see, "Auxiliary function selection".
You may also change the speed and temperature
settings; see, "Spin speed selection" and
"Temperature selection".
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If no change is allowed, the relevant light
will flash for 3 times.
Adding or taking out laundry
1.Press the Start / Pause button to switch the
machine to pause mode. The programme
follow-up light of the relevant step during which
the machine was switched into the pause mode
will flash.
2.Wait until the Loading Door can be opened.
3. Open the Loading Door and add or take out the
laundry.
4.Close the Loading Door.
5.Make changes in auxiliary functions,
temperature and speed settings if necessary.
6.Press Start / Pause button to start the machine.
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5.16 Cancelling the programme
To cancel the programme, turn the Programme
Selection knob to select another programme.
Previous programme will be cancelled. End /
Cancel light will flash continuously to notify that
the programme has been cancelled.
Pump function is activated for 1-2 minutes
regardless of the programme step, and whether
there is water in the machine or not. After this
period, your machine will be ready to start with the
first step of the new programme.
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Depending on the step where the
programme was cancelled in, you may
have to put detergent and softener again
for the programme you have selected
anew.
5.17 End of programme
“End” appears on the display at the end of the
programme.
1.Wait until the loading door light illuminates
steadily.
2.Press On / Off button to switch off the machine.
3.Take out your laundry and close the loading
door. Your machine is ready for the next
washing cycle.
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5.18 Your machine is equipped
with a “Standby Mode”
In case of not starting any programme or waiting
without making any other operation when the
machine is turned on by On/Off button and while
it is in selection step or if no other operation is
performed approximately 2 minutes after the
programme you selected has come to an end,
your machine will automatically switch to energy
saving mode. Brightness of indicator lights will
decrease. Also, if your product is equipped with
a display showing the programme duration, this
display will completely turn off. In case of rotating
the Programme Selection knob or pressing any
button, lights and display will restore to their
previous condition. Your selections made while
exiting the energy saving mode may change.
Check the appropriateness of your selections
before starting the programme. Readjust if
necessary. This is not a fault.
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6 Quick User Guide
6.1 Preparing the machine
1.Make sure that the hoses are connected tightly.
2.Plug in your machine.
3.Turn the tap on completely.
4.Place the laundry in the machine.
5.Add detergent and fabric softener.
6.2 Programme selection
Select the programme suitable for the type,
quantity and soiling degree of the laundry
in accordance with the “Programme and
consumption table” and the temperature table
below.
6.3 Auxiliary function selection
Select the desired auxiliary functions before
starting the programme. Furthermore, you may
also select or cancel auxiliary functions that
are suitable to the running programme without
pressing the Start / Pause button when the
machine is operating. For this, the machine must
be in a step before the auxiliary function you are
going to select or cancel.
If the auxiliary function cannot be selected or
canceled, light of the relevant auxiliary function
will blink 3 times to warn the user.
6.4 Starting the programme
Press Start / Pause button to start the
programme.Programme follow-up light showing
the startup of the programme will turn on.
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If no programme is started or no key
is pressed within 1 minute during
programme selection process, the
machine will switch to Pause mode and
the illumination level of the temperature,
speed and loading door indicator lights
will decrease. Other indicator lights
and indicators will turn off. Once the
Programme Selection knob is rotated or
any button is pressed, indicator lights and
indicators will turn on again.
6.5 Changing the selections
after programme has started
Switching the machine to pause mode
Press the Start / Pause button to switch the
machine to pause mode while a programme is
running. The light of the step which the machine
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is in starts flashing in the Programme Follow-up
indicator to show that the machine has been
switched to the pause mode.
Also, when the loading door is ready to be opened,
Loading Door light will also illuminate continuously
in addition to the programme step light.
Changing the speed and temperature settings
for auxiliary functions
Depending on the step the programme has
reached, you may cancel or activate the auxiliary
functions; see, “Auxiliary function selection”.
You may also change the speed and temperature
settings; see, “Spin speed selection” and
“Temperature selection”.
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If no change is allowed, the relevant light
will flash for 3 times.
Adding or taking out laundry
1.Press the Start / Pause button to switch the
machine to pause mode. The programme
follow-up light of the relevant step during which
the machine was switched into the pause mode
will flash.
2.Wait until the Loading Door can be opened.
3. Open the Loading Door and add or take out the
laundry.
4.Close the Loading Door.
5.Make changes in auxiliary functions,
temperature and speed settings if necessary.
6.Press Start / Pause button to start the machine.
6.6 Canceling the programme
To cancel the programme, turn the Programme
Selection knob to select another programme.
Previous programme will be canceled. End /
Cancel light will flash continuously to notify that
the programme has been canceled.
Pump function is activated for 1-2 minutes
regardless of the programme step, and whether
there is water in the machine or not. After this
period, your machine will be ready to start with the
first step of the new programme.
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Depending on the step where the
programme was canceled in, you may
have to put detergent and softener again
for the programme you have selected
anew.
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7 Maintenance and cleaning
Service life of the product extends and frequently
faced problems decrease if cleaned at regular
intervals.
If your detergent drawer is the one indicated in the
following figure:
7.1 Cleaning the detergent drawer
Clean the detergent drawer at regular intervals
(every 4-5 washing cycles) as shown below
in order to prevent accumulation of powder
detergent in time.
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1.Press the dotted point on the siphon in the
softener compartment and pull towards you
until the compartment is removed from the
machine.
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If more than normal amount of water and
softener mixture starts to gather in the
softener compartment, the siphon must be
cleaned.
2.Wash the detergent drawer and the siphon with
plenty of lukewarm water in a washbasin. Wear
protective gloves or use an appropriate brush
to avoid touching of the residues in the drawer
with your skin when cleaning.
3.Insert the drawer back into its place after
cleaning and make sure that it is seated well.
7.2 Cleaning the loading
door and the drum
For products with drum cleaning programme,
please see Operating the product - Programmes.
For products without drum cleaning, follow the
below steps to clean the drum:
Select Additional Water or Extra Rinse auxiliary
functions. Use a Cottons programme without
pre-wash. Set the temperature to the level
recommended on the drum cleaning agent
which can be provided from authorised
services. Apply this procedure without any
laundry in the product. Before starting the
programme, put 1 pouch of special drum cleaning
agent (if the special agent could not be supplied,
put max. 100 g of powder anti-limescale) into the
main wash detergent compartment (compartment
no. “2”). If the anti-limescale is in tablet form, put
only one tablet into the main wash compartment
no. “2”. Dry the inside of the bellow with a clean
piece of cloth after the programme has come to
an end.
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Lift the rear part of the siphon to remove it
as illustrated. After performing the above
mentioned cleaning procedures, replace
the siphon back to its seating and push its
front section downwards to make sure that
the locking tab engages.
Repeat Drum Cleaning process in every 2
months.
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Use an anti-limescale suitable for the
washing machines.
After every washing make sure that no foreign
substance is left in the drum.
If the holes on the bellow shown in the figure are
blocked, open the holes using a toothpick.
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Foreign metal substances will cause rust
stains in the drum. Clean the stains on the
drum surface by using cleaning agents
for stainless steel. Never use steel wool or
wire wool.
WARNING: Never use sponge or scrub
materials. These will damage the painted
and plastic surfaces.
7.3 Cleaning the body
and control panel
Wipe the body of the machine with soapy water or
non-corrosive mild gel detergents as necessary,
and dry with a soft cloth.
Use only a soft and damp cloth to clean the
control panel.
7.4 Cleaning the water intake filters
There is a filter at the end of each water intake
valve at the rear of the machine and also at the
end of each water intake hose where they are
connected to the tap. These filters prevent foreign
substances and dirt in the water to enter the
washing machine. Filters should be cleaned as
they do get dirty.
1.Close the taps.
2.Remove the nuts of the water intake hoses to
access the filters on the water intake valves.
Clean them with an appropriate brush. If the
filters are too dirty, take them out by means of
pliers and clean them.
3.Take out the filters on the flat ends of the water
intake hoses together with the gaskets and
clean thoroughly under running water.
4.Replace the gaskets and filters carefully in their
places and tighten the hose nuts by hand.
7.5 Draining remaining water
and cleaning the pump filter
The filter system in your machine prevents solid
items such as buttons, coins and fabric fibers
clogging the pump impeller during discharge of
washing water. Thus, the water will be discharged
without any problem and the service life of the
pump will extend.
If the machine fails to drain water, the pump filter
is clogged. Filter must be cleaned whenever it
is clogged or in every 3 months. Water must be
drained off first to clean the pump filter.
In addition, prior to transporting the machine
(e.g., when moving to another house) and in case
of freezing of the water, water may have to be
drained completely.
WARNING: Foreign substances left in the
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pump filter may damage your machine or
may cause noise problem.
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In order to clean the dirty filter and discharge the
water:
1.Unplug the machine to cut off the supply power.
WARNING: Temperature of the water
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inside the machine may rise up to 90 ºC.
To avoid burning risk, filter must be cleaned
after the water in the machine cools down.
3.Some of our products have emergency draining
hose and some does not have. Follow the steps
below to discharge the water.
Discharging the water when the product does not
have an emergency draining hose:
2.Open the filter cap.
If the filter cap is composed of two pieces,
press the tab on the filter cap downwards and
pull the piece out towards yourself.
If the filter cap is one piece, pull the cap from both
sides at the top to open.
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You can remove the filter cover by slightly
pushing downwards with a thin plastic
tipped tool, through the gap above the filter
cover. Do not use metal tipped tools to
remove the cover.
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a.Place a large container in front of the filter to
catch water from the filter.
b.Loosen pump filter (anticlockwise) until water
starts to flow. Fill the flowing water into the
container you have placed in front of the filter.
Always keep a piece of cloth handy to absorb
any spilled water.
c.When the water inside the machine is finished,
take out the filter completely by turning it.
4.Clean any residues inside the filter as well as
fibres, if any, around the pump impeller region.
5.Install the filter.
6.If the filter cap is composed of two pieces, close
the filter cap by pressing on the tab. If it is one
piece, seat the tabs in the lower part into their
places first, and then press the upper part to
close.
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8 Troubleshooting
Programme does not start after closing the door.
• Start / Pause / Cancel button was not pressed. >>> Press the Start / Pause / Cancel button.
Programme cannot be started or selected.
• Washing machine has switched to self protection mode due to a supply problem (line voltage, water pressure,
etc.). >>> To cancel the programme, turn the Programme Selection knob to select another programme. Previous
programme will be cancelled. (See “Cancelling the programme”)
Water in the machine.
• Some water might have remained in the product due to the quality control processes in the production. >>> This is
not a failure; water is not harmful to the machine.
There is water leaking from the bottom of the washing machine.
• Likely problems with hoses or the pump filter. >>> Be sure the seals of the water inlet hoses are securely fitted.
Attach the hose to the tap tightly.
• Pump filter might not be closed fully. >>> Make sure that the pump filter is completely closed.
Machine does not fill with water.
• Tap is turned off. >>> Open the inlet water taps fully.
• Water inlet hose is bent. >>> Flatten the water inlet hose.
• Water inlet filter is clogged. >>> Clean the water inlet filter.
• The loading door is ajar. >>> Close the Loading Door.
Machine does not drain water.
• Water drain hose might be clogged or twisted. >>> Clean or flatten the hose.
• Pump filter is clogged. >>> Clean the pump filter.
Machine vibrates or makes noise.
• Machine might be standing unbalanced. >>> Adjust the feet to level the machine.
• A hard substance might have entered into the pump filter. >>> Clean the pump filter.
• Transportation safety bolts are not removed. >>> Remove the transportation safety bolts.
• Laundry quantity in the machine might be too little. >>> Add more laundry to the machine.
• Machine might be overloaded with laundry. >>> Take out some of the laundry from the machine or distribute the
load by hand to balance it homogenously in the machine.
• Machine might be leaning on a rigid item. >>> Make sure that the machine is not leaning on anything.
Machine stopped shortly after the programme started.
• Machine might have stopped temporarily due to low voltage. >>> It will resume running when the voltage restores
to the normal level.
Machine directly discharges the water it takes in.
• Draining hose might not be at adequate height. >>> Connect the water draining hose as described in the operation
manual.
No water can be seen in the machine during washing.
• The water level is not visible from outside of the washing machine. This is not a failure.
Loading door cannot be opened.
• Door lock is activated because of the water level in the machine. >>> Drain the water by running the Pump or Spin
programme.
• Machine is heating up the water or it is at the spinning cycle. >>> Wait until the programme completes.
• Child lock is engaged. Door lock will be deactivated a couple of minutes after the programme has come to an end.
>>> Wait for a couple of minutes for deactivation of the door lock.
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Troubleshooting
Washing takes longer time than specified in the manual.(*)
• Water pressure is low. >>> Machine waits until taking in adequate amount of water to prevent poor washing quality
due to the decreased amount of water. Therefore, the washing time extends.
• Voltage might be low. >>> Washing time is prolonged to avoid poor washing results when the supply voltage is low.
• Input temperature of water might be low. >>> Required time to heat up the water extends in cold seasons. Also,
washing time can be lengthened to avoid poor washing results.
• Number of rinses and/or amount of rinse water might have increased. >>> Machine increases the amount of rinse
water when good rinsing is needed and adds an extra rinsing step if necessary.
• Excessive foam might have occurred and automatic foam absorption system might have been activated due to too
much detergent usage. >>> Use recommended amount of detergent.
Programme time does not countdown. (On models with display)(*)
• Timer may stop during water intake. >>> Timer indicator will not countdown until the machine takes in adequate
amount of water. The machine will wait until there is sufficient amount of water to avoid poor washing results due to
lack of water. Timer indicator will resume countdown after this.
• Timer may stop during heating step. >>> Timer indicator will not countdown until the machine reaches the selected
temperature.
• Timer may stop during spinning step. >>> Automatic unbalanced load detection system might be activated due to
the unbalanced distribution of the laundry in the drum.
Programme time does not countdown.(*)
• There might be an imbalance of laundry in the machine. >>> Automatic unbalanced load detection system might be
activated due to the unbalanced distribution of the laundry in the drum.
Machine does not switch to spinning step.(*)
• There might be an imbalance of laundry in the machine. >>> Automatic unbalanced load detection system might be
activated due to the unbalanced distribution of the laundry in the drum.
• The machine will not spin if water is not drained completely. >>> Check the filter and the draining hose.
• Excessive foam might have occurred and automatic foam absorption system might have been activated due to too
much detergent usage. >>> Use recommended amount of detergent.
Washing performance is poor: Laundry turns grey.(**)
• Insufficient amount of detergent was used over a long period of time. >>> Use the recommended amount of
detergent appropriate for water hardness and the laundry.
• Washing was made at low temperatures for a long time over a long period of time. >>> Select the proper
temperature for the laundry to be washed.
• Insufficient amount of detergent is used with hard waters. >>> Using insufficient amount of detergent with hard
water causes the soil to stick on the cloth and this turns the cloth into grey in time. It is difficult to eliminate graying
once it happens. Use the recommended amount of detergent appropriate for water hardness and the laundry.
• Too much detergent is used. >>> Use the recommended amount of detergent appropriate for water hardness and
the laundry.
Washing performance is poor: Stains persist or the laundry is not whitened.(**)
• Insufficient amount of detergent is used. >>> Use recommended amount of detergent appropriate for the laundry.
• Excessive laundry was loaded in. >>> Do not load the machine in excess. Load with amounts recommended in the
"Programme and consumption table".
• Wrong programme and temperature were selected. >>> Select the proper programme and temperature for the
laundry to be washed.
• Wrong type of detergent is used. >>> Use original detergent appropriate for the machine.
• Detergent is put in the wrong compartment. >>> Put the detergent in the correct compartment. Do not mix the
bleaching agent and the detergent with each other.
Washing performance is poor: Oily stains appeared on the laundry.
• Regular drum cleaning is not applied. >>> Clean the drum regularly. For this, please see 7.2.
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Troubleshooting
Washing performance is poor: Clothes smell unpleasantly.(**)
• Odours and bacteria layers are formed on the drum as a result of continuous washing at lower temperatures and/
or in short programmes. >>> Leave the detergent drawer as well as the loading door of the machine ajar after each
washing. Thus, a humid environment favorable for bacteria cannot occur in the machine.
Colour of the clothes faded.(**)
• Excessive laundry was loaded in. >>> Do not load the machine in excess.
• Detergent in use is damp. >>> Keep detergents closed in an environment free of humidity and do not expose them
to excessive temperatures.
• A higher temperature is selected. >>> Select the proper programme and temperature according to the type and
soiling degree of the laundry.
It does not rinse well.
• The amount, brand and storage conditions of the detergent used are inappropriate. >>> Use a detergent
appropriate for the washing machine and your laundry. Keep detergents closed in an environment free of humidity
and do not expose them to excessive temperatures.
• Detergent is put in the wrong compartment. >>> If detergent is put in the prewash compartment although prewash
cycle is not selected, machine can take this detergent during rinsing or softener step. Put the detergent in the correct
compartment.
• Pump filter is clogged. >>> Check the filter.
• Drain hose is folded. >>> Check the drain hose.
Laundry became stiff after washing.(**)
• Insufficient amount of detergent is used. >>> Using insufficient amount of detergent for the water hardness can
cause the laundry to become stiff in time. Use appropriate amount of detergent according to the water hardness.
• Detergent is put in the wrong compartment. >>> If detergent is put in the prewash compartment although prewash
cycle is not selected, machine can take this detergent during rinsing or softener step. Put the detergent in the correct
compartment.
• Detergent might be mixed with the softener. >>> Do not mix the softener with detergent. Wash and clean the
dispenser with hot water.
Laundry does not smell like the softener.(**)
• Detergent is put in the wrong compartment. >>> If detergent is put in the prewash compartment although prewash
cycle is not selected, machine can take this detergent during rinsing or softener step. Wash and clean the dispenser
with hot water. Put the detergent in the correct compartment.
• Detergent might be mixed with the softener. >>> Do not mix the softener with detergent. Wash and clean the
dispenser with hot water.
Detergent residue in the detergent drawer.(**)
• Detergent is put in wet drawer. >>> Dry the detergent drawer before putting in detergent.
• Detergent has gotten damp. >>> Keep detergents closed in an environment free of humidity and do not expose
them to excessive temperatures.
• Water pressure is low. >>> Check the water pressure.
• The detergent in the main wash compartment got wet while taking in the prewash water. Holes of the detergent
compartment are blocked. >>> Check the holes and clean if they are clogged.
• There is a problem with the detergent drawer valves. >>> Call the Authorised Service Agent.
• Detergent might be mixed with the softener. >>> Do not mix the softener with detergent. Wash and clean the
dispenser with hot water.
There is detergent left on the laundry. (**)
• Excessive laundry was loaded in. >>> Do not load the machine in excess.
• Wrong programme and temperature were selected. >>> Select the proper programme and temperature for the
laundry to be washed.
• Wrong detergent was used. >>> Select the proper detergent for the laundry to be washed.
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Troubleshooting
Too much foam forms in the machine.(**)
• Improper detergents for the washing machine are being used. >>> Use detergents appropriate for the washing
machine.
• Excessive amount of detergent is used. >>> Use only sufficient amount of detergent.
• Detergent was stored under improper conditions. >>> Store detergent in a closed and dry location. Do not store in
excessively hot places.
• Some meshed laundry such as tulle may foam too much because of their texture. >>> Use smaller amounts of
detergent for this type of item.
• Detergent is put in the wrong compartment. >>> Put the detergent in the correct compartment.
• Softener is being taken early. >>> There may be problem in the valves or in the detergent dispenser. Call the
Authorised Service Agent.
Foam is overflowing from the detergent drawer.
• Too much detergent is used. >>> Mix 1 tablespoonful softener and ½ l water and pour into the main wash
compartment of the detergent drawer.
• Put detergent into the machine suitable for the programmes and maximum loads indicated in the “Programme and
consumption table”. When you use additional chemicals (stain removers, bleachs and etc), reduce the amount of
detergent.
Laundry remains wet at the end of the programme (*)
• Excessive foam might have occurred and automatic foam absorption system might have been activated due to too
much detergent usage. >>> Use recommended amount of detergent.
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Machine does not switch to spinning step when the laundry is not evenly distributed in the drum
to prevent any damage to the machine and to its surrounding environment. Laundry should be
rearranged and re-spun.
** Regular drum cleaning is not applied. >>> Clean the drum regularly. For this, please see 7.2.
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WARNING: If you cannot eliminate the problem although you follow the instructions in this section,
consult your dealer or the Authorised Service Agent. Never try to repair a nonfunctional product yourself.
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9 Owner’s responsibility
Since the following are not factory faults, they are the owners responsibility:
• Damage to the exterior finish, breakage ofcomponents, damage through improper use or installation
of the washing machine or damage caused by moving the washing machine.
Before calling a Service technician or your dealer, please check the following:
• Is the machine plugged into the wallsocket? Is the house circuit breaker on?
• Is the machine switched on? Has the machine door been closed properly?
• Is the detergent dose correct? Is the filter clean? Is the tap open?
• Is there a water supply to the home? Have any of the hoses been twisted or kinked?
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10 Service Centres
South African Service Agents:
BLOEMFONTEIN
160 Long Street, Hilton, Bloemfontein 9301
Tel: 051 400 3900
Bloemfontein.Service@defy.co.za
CAPE TOWN
5A Marconi Rd. Montague Gardens, 7441
Tel: 021 526 3000
CapeTown.Service@defy.co.za
DURBAN
35 Intersite Avenue, Umgeni Business Park,
Durban, 4051
Tel: 031 268 3300
Durban.Service@defy.co.za
EAST LONDON
Robbie de Lange Road, Wilsonia,
East London, 5201
Tel 043 745 1129
EastLondon.Service@defy.co.za
JOHANNESBURG
Cnr. Mimetes & Kruger Sts. Denver ext.12
Johannesburg, 2094
Tel: 011 621 0200 or 011 621 0300
Gauteng.Service@defy.co.za
POLOKWANE
87 Nelson Mandela Drive, Superbia 0699
Tel: 0152 92 1166 I 7 I 8 I 9
Polokwane.Service@defy.co.za
PORT ELIZABETH
112 Patterson Road, North End, Port Elizabeth
6001
Tel: 041 401 6400
PortElizabeth.Service@defy.co.za
PRETORIA
Block A1 Old Mutual Industrial Park,
Cnr. D.F.Malan Drive & Moot Str. Hermanstad,
0082
Tel: 012 377 8300
Pretoria.Service@defy.co.za
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Sub-Saharan Africa Service Agents:
ZAMBIA: SOUTHGATE INVESTMENTS LTD
Plot 1606, Sheki Sheki Road
P.O. Box 33681
Lusaka, 10101, Zambia
Tel: +260 0211 242332I3
Fax: +260 0211 242933 sgiservicecentre@
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NAMIBIA: ATLANTIC DISTRIBUTORS (PTY) LTD
10 Tienie Louw Street, Northern Industrial Area
P.O. Box 21158, Windhoek, Namibia
Tel: (061) 216162
Fax: (061) 216134 atlantic@mweb.com.na
ZIMBABWE: TRADECOMAFRICA
Trade Com Africa, 183 Loreley Crescent
Msasa, Harare, Zimbabwe
Tel: +263 4 486165I6
Cell: +263 772 469010
Cell: +263 772 469011
BOTSWANA: RAY MORGAN AGENCIES RMA
Service Centre, Plot 48, East Gate Gaborone
International Commerce Park Kgale View,
Gaborone
Botswana
Tel: +267 390 3996 I 390 3912
Fax: +267 318 7376
Cell: +267 7134 6539 service@rma.co.bw;
raja@rma.co.bw
SWAZILAND: LYNDS DISTRIBUTORS
P.O Box 716, Mbabane, Swaziland, H100
Tel: (00268) 2515 4310I8
Fax: (00268) 2518 4318
MOZAMBIQUE: COOL WORLD. LDA
Rua da Resistencia No. 97B RIC Cell: +258 84 44
61 234 coolworldlda@hotmail.com Nosso Show
Room
Av: da Industrias, Parcela No.735 * 735A
Machava, Maputo
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11 Warranty
This certificate is issued by DEFY APPLIANCES (PTY) LIMITED manufacturers of Defy and Ocean products,
hereinafter the Company, to the original purchaser only, of the appliance described on the certificate and
shall constitute the only warranty given in respect of this appliance.
The Company warrants to the original purchaser that for a period of TWO YEARS from date of purchase the
appliance is free from defect under normal domestic use, both in workmanship and material, subject to the
following conditions.
1. Repair or replacement of any part of this appliance, found by the Company to be defective, shall be at the
election of the Company. The Company reserves the right to effect such service through any of its
Service Divisions or Authorised Service Dealers. The cost of such service shall be borne by the Company in
full, provided that the appliance is located no further than 50km from a Company Service Centre or an
Authorised Service Dealer. Where the appliance is located beyond the 50km radius, the purchaser
shall be liable for the standard travelling charges, as determined by the Company.
2. Vitreous enamelware, fuses and lamps are specifically excluded from these warranties. It is an express
condition of these warranties that the purchaser takes due care and attention in the use and maintenance
of the appliance. Abuse, misuse in conflict with operating instructions, connection to incorrect
voltages and subjection to commercial use shall release the Company from its obligations.
3. This warranty shall become void and cease to operate if the appliance is dismantled by, or any repairs to
the appliance are effected by any persons not duly authorised by the Company, or if substitute parts
not approved by the Company are used in the appliance, or if the serial number of the appliance is removed.
4. The Company shall not be responsible for damages resulting from fire, flood, civil disturbances or
any Act of God. The Company shall not, in terms of these warranties be responsible nor held liable for any
consequential loss or damage of any kind caused by or due to the failure or malfunction of the appliance.
5. The Company shall not be responsible for transportation or other costs other than those incurred within the
provisions of Point 1 of this Certificate.
6. For warranties in the Republic of South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa, please contact
your nearest Defy office. Please refer to the previous page for respective South African
service agents and Sub-Saharan Africa service agents.
7. Where service is requested under warranty and no fault or defect can be found by the Company, all
costs incurred will be for the purchaser’s account.
8. This Certificate as well as your invoice will serve as proof of purchase. For the purpose of warranty, it will
be essential to produce this Certificate and invoice. Failure to do so, will render the purchaser liable for
service costs.
KEEP THIS CERTIFICATE AND SALES INVOICE AS PROOF OF
PURCHASE FOR WARRANTY PURPOSES.
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