AEG 1263 User manual

AEG 1263 User manual
 ve OKO—LAVAMAT 1263 MUZE
a TURBO
The ecological washer-dryer
AEG Hausgerite AG
Postiaon 1020
D 3129 Numberg
Copyright oy ALG
| | H 249 201000 AUS
RFAHRUNG — ERFAHRUNG
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E 1166 User Instruction Book
Allow me to introduce myself
| ат AEG's OKO LAVAMAT washer-dryer. I'm very economical
with electricity, gentle with your laundry, particularly quiet when
I'm working, simple to use and easy to care for.
If, before using me, you read and carefully follow the
instructions in this book, you are sure to be very happy with
the way | wash and dry your laundry!
Printed on recycled paper—
Ecological in practice, not just theory
Technical specifications
Dimensions:
With worktop:
Height 85.0cm
Width 60.0 cm
Depth 60.0 cm
Without worktop:
Height 82.0 cm
Width 59.5 em
Depth 57.0 cm
Connection
Details concerning electrical connection are given on the rating
plate.
When connecting the appliance, make sure that the mains supply
voltage and type of current shown on the rating plate are the
same as those in the location where it is being installed.
Drum speed
Washing max. 55 rev/min
Spinning max. 1200 rev/min (cottons)
max. 850 rev/min (easy cares, delicates, wool)
selectable: 850 rev/min (cottons, linens)
Water pressure:
0.5 - 10 bar (= 5 - 100 N/cm? = 0.05 - 1.0 MPa)
Net weight:
approx. 83 kg
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Customer service
If you are unable to identify or resolve the problem by reading the
instruction book, contact our Service Department. Always start
by quoting the product code (E-Nr.) and the batch number (F-Nr)
shown on the rating plate.
For convenience, you are advised to note these details below.
E-Nr. . . . 1 LL LL LL LL LL LL 4 148
Contents
Warnings
Before installing
Warnings (washing)
Warnings (drying)
The AEG Oko-System / Ecological hints
Installation instructions
Removing the transit devices
Positioning
Connection
Electrical connection
Connection to the mains water supply
Water drainage
Door reversal
Panelling the door
Brief instructions
Preliminary operations for washing
Sorting and selecting garments
Pre-treatment
Precautions
Load sizes
Selecting the programme
Programme selector
Option buttons and functions
Detergents
Choice of detergent
Amount of detergent
Using the detergent
Programme chart (washing)
Special programmes
End of programme
Preliminary operations for tumble drying
Protect the environment
Preparation for tumble drying
terms not suitable for tumble drying
Drying code symbols
Selecting the drying programme
Drying only
Automatic washing and drying
Drying time chart
Maintenance and cleaning
Detergent dispenser drawer
Cleaning the filter/Emergency emptying
Other
How to deal with problems...
Customer service
Technical specifications
Before
installing...
Warnings
(washing)
Warnings
— Follow the instructions for installation and electrical connection.
— Do not connect the appliance if it is damaged (for example dur-
ing transport).
— Any water found in the detergent dispenser drawer is there as a
result of factory testing.
~ Jo remove any manufacturing residues from the drum and
detergent dispenser drawer, carry out a wash cycle without any
laundry, with the machine set on the 60°C coloureds pro-
gramme and with 1/2 a measure of detergent.
AEG household electrical appliances cornply with general techni-
cal safety manufacturing standards and with all safety regulations
on the use of electrical appliances. However, the manufacturer is
obliged to bring the following safety points to the attention of the
user:
— Before using the appliance, make sure that the voltage and type
of current indicated on its rating plate correspond to the mains
voltage and type of current in the place where it is to be
installed. The rating plate also gives details of the electrical pro-
tection required.
— If the appliance is installed in a location which is not insulated
against frost, the emergency emptying procedure (see “Emer-
gency emptying”) should be used whenever there is any risk of
the temperature dropping below zero.
— Always disconnect the appliance before cleaning it or carrying
out any maintenance. To be absolutely safe, check that the piug
is removed from the socket or that the mains switch or safety
circuit breaker are in the OFF position (see instructions for
installation and electrical connection).
— Avoid spraying the appliance with water.
— Never remove the plug from the socket by pulling the cable;
always take hold of the plug itseif!
— Never start the appliance if:
№ the power supply cable is damaged
№ there are obvious signs of damage in the control panel area,
to the top or along the base.
— Repairs must only be carried out by qualified persons.
Inexperienced repairs can seriously endanger the user,
Always contact the Service Centre or an authorized dealer. Only
genuine AEG spares comply with all standards!
... the fabric softener has left marks on the laundry:
M In this case the fabric softener, especially if of the concen-
trated type, has come into direct contact with the laundry.
Wash out these marks immediately.
... detergent residue is left after the wash cycle:
M This is most probably due to non soluble components con-
tained in modern detergents. It is not a sign of inadequate
rinsing.
Brush or shake the garments and, if necessary, wash them
again.
… the fabric softener has not been introduced in the tub or
there is water left in the compartment marked with the 1B
symbol:
M The drawer was pulled out whilst the machine was filling, or
the drawer was not fully inserted.
... foam remains after the last rinse:
B Modern detergents can produce foam even after rinsing, but
this will not affect the quality of the wash.
... no water is visible in the drum:
M Machines based on modern technology operate very eCo-
nomically using very little water. Their performance however is
excellent.
... the laundry is not sufficiently spun and there is still water
in the drum:
EH Check whether the drain hose is kinked.
Em Check whether the filter is blocked.
... the machine does not dry:
Check that the drying time has been selected.
Check that the tap is open.
Check that the filter is not blocked.
Check that the drum has not been over-filled.
Check that the correct drying time has been selected.
If the Service Centre is called out for one of the faults listed
above, or as a result of incorrect usage of the machine,
repairs will not be carried out free of charge, even if the
guarantee has not yet expired.
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... the machine does not empty or does not spin:
EH Check whether the drain hose is kinked.
HB Check whether the filter is blocked.
B You have selected a programme for synthetics, delicates or
wool which ends “with the water left in the drum”.
You have to select the “drain” or “short spin” programme to
empty the machine.
... the machine makes strange noises:
E The machine is fitted with a modern starting system which
makes an unusual whistling or hissing noise, compared with
other machines.
This new system allows spinning to be started more gently
and provides better control of gradual increase in spin speed.
This improves machine performance and reduces water con-
sumption.
… too much foam forms during washing:
H Too much detergent is being used or the detergent is of the
wrong type. Check the amounts required.
... water is leaking from the bottom of the machine:
B Check whether the inlet hose is leaking.
B Check whether the drain hose clip has worked loose.
B Check whether the drain hose is damaged.
EH Check that the filter is fully screwed in and properly fitted.
... washing results are poor:
B Too little detergent has been used or detergent is of the wrong
type.
If insufficient detergent is used, the laundry will look grey and
lime deposits will be left in the machine. Use the correct
amount of detergent.
M Check whether stains were adequately treated prior to wash-
ing.
EH Check whether the programme and temperature selected
were correct.
... stains remain even though they have been treated before
washing:
Mm Probably the stains are indelible. Check with an expert.
... there are grey marks on the laundry:
EH Laundry stained with grease, creams or oil has been washed
with insufficient detergent. The detergent was not strong
enough to shift these stains.
BW Check whether the temperature selected was too low.
— |f the appliance is to be installed under a worktop in a fitted
Kitchen or laundry room, the appliance cover must first be
removed and a protective plate must then be fitted, as
described in the installation instructions.
— Do not allow children to play with the appliance and keep pets
well away from it.
— For safety, when disposing of the appliance make sure that the
door catch is inoperative and cut off the power supply cable.
— The Manufacturer accepts no liability for damage caused by
incorrect or improper use of the appliance for purposes for
which it was not originally designed.
— Never put your hands in the drum whilst it is still rotating.
— Never touch the glass in the porthole door when the appliance
IS being used on a high-temperature programme; the glass gets
very hot and can cause burns.
— There is a danger of scalding if the porthole door or filter cover
are opened during operation.
— The water drain hose must be properly fixed to avoid any risk of
scalding or flooding.
— In the event of a fault, close the mains water tap and discon-
nect the appliance from the power supply by pulling out the
plug or switching the safety circuit breaker (or breakers) to
the OFF position.
— Keep packaging materials away from children, especially cello-
phane which is particularly dangerous.
— If washing garments which have previously been dry cleaned,
first make sure that any remaining inflammable solvents have
completely evaporated.
— If the appliance is to be connected to a rainwater or other simi-
lar source of water instead of the mains water supply, follow the
Water Board regulations.
- The appliance must only be used to tumble dry normal house-
hold laundry.
— Dry only laundry which has previously been washed in water.
— ltis quite normal for the sides of the appliance to get hot during
drying. Avoid touching them!
Warnings
(drying)
— Never tumble dry quilted garments containing foam rubber or
similar materials; they could catch fire.
— Never tumble dry fabrics stained with hair lacquer, nail varnish
remover or other similar substances which would give off toxic
fumes.
— Laundry dried in a tumble dryer comes out soft to the touch.
This means you can help protect the environment by using less
fabric softener in the wash.
— If so-called “ecological” or “perfume-free” detergents are used,
tumble-dried laundry may not have the typical “smell of fresh-
ness”. This is not due to a fault in your appliance, but simply to
the natural smell of the fabric which is not neutralised during
washing because the detergent contains no deodorants.
The Manufacturer accepts no responsibility for accidents
resulting from failure to observe the above safety recom-
mendations.
How to deal with problems...
... the machine does not start:
Check that the appliance is plugged in.
Check that a programme has been selected.
Check that the ON/OFF button has been pressed.
Check that the porthole door is firmly shut.
Check that the fuse has not blown.
... the door will not open:
№ the safety device has locked it.
Wait 1-2 minutes after the end of the programme to give the
safety device time to release the door.
... the machine does not fill:
EM Check that the tap is on.
HB Check whether the filter in the inlet hose is blocked.
It the machine takes longer than usual to fill with water, check
whether the filter in the inlet hose is blocked.
To do this, shut the water tap. Unscrew the hose from the
tap and remove the filter. Clean it with an old toothbrush
then refit it.
Tighten up the inlet hose.
... the machine vibrates or is noisy:
@ With very small loads (for example just one bathrobe) the ma-
chine may start to vibrate, This does not however affect per-
formance.
M Check that the support feet are correctly adjusted. Refer to
the installation instructions.
M Check that all the transit bolts and packing have been re-
moved. Refer to the installation instructions.
Problems you
can solve
yourself
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The drum
Porthole door
Descaling
Control panel
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The drum is made of stainless steel. Any rusty items left in the
laundry (see “Preliminary operations for washing”) could leave rust
stains on the surface of the drum. These stains can be removed
with a suitable stainless steel cleaner, available from the Service
Centre.
Remove any deposits or foreign objects from the rubber seal on
the porthole door.
Never close the porthole door immediately after washing; leave it
open to allow the drum to dry and ensure that the machine is
properly aired.
If the correct amount of detergent is used, descaling should not
be necessary. If, however, it does become necessary, use only
branded, non-corrosive descalers suitable for washing machines.
These are available from the Service Centre.
If necessary, clean the control panel with warm water only.
The AEG OKO-System / Ecological hints
This new machine is part of AEG's ÓKO-System range, which
meets all requirements for modern handiing of laundry with
reduced consumption of water, energy and detergent.
The automatic metering device automatically regulates the
amount of water used according to the size of load and type of
fabric.
The drum is fitted with special paddles which keep the water
moving upwards. In this way, the laundry is soaked more evenly
and faster,
All the materials used for packaging are non-polluting! They may
be disposed of quite safely.
Plastic materials can be recycled and are marked with the follow-
ing symbols:
>PE< polyethylene
>PS< polystyrene
>PP< polypropylene
You are advised to dispose of all cardboard packaging in special
paper collection containers so that it can be recycled.
Automatic
metering
Drum paddles
Packaging
information
Ecological
suggestions for
economical
washing
For medium soiling, use programmes without prewash. [his
will save detergent and water.
Make full use of all the advantages offered by two-part deter-
gents.
Always wash full loads for maximum savings.
Use the "ENERGY SAVING” (Economy) programme for nor-
mally or lightly soiled cottons and coloureds.
For best results, even at low temperatures, remove individual
stains from laundry before washing.
Use minimum amounts of detergent. Follow the instructions
on the pack.
The filter collects fluff and any small objects which may acciden-
tally have been left in the laundry.
If this filter gets clogged, the programmes will not function prop-
erly.
The filter should therefore be cleaned from time to time. Hot water
remaining in the filter can scald! Allow it to cool before cleaning.
PD037
Place a basin under the filter and unscrew it in order to remove it.
A
Cleaning
the filter /
Emergency
emptying
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Detergent
dispenser
drawer
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Maintenance and cleaning
From time to time, clean off any detergent residue remaining in
the bottom of the drawer compartments.
— To do this, pull out and remove the drawer by pressing down
the catch.
The upper part of the liquid additive compartment can also be
removed for easy cleaning.
POS60
Drawer recess
Detergent residue can also accumulate inside the drawer recess,
which should be cleaned occasionally with an old toothbrush.
After cleaning, refit the drawer and push it fully in.
POIS
— After each wash programme, partially pull out the detergent
drawer to let it dry.
Installation instructions
All transit devices must be removed before installing and
connecting the appliance.
Proceed as follows:
Using a spanner, remove the bolt on the right at the back of the
machine.
Gently lay the machine on its back, taking care not to squash the
hoses.
This can be done more easily by placing one of the corner pack-
ing pieces between the machine and the floor.
Remove the polystyrene packing piece.
Co _
bottom _
Peel off the adhesive strip and carefully remove the right-hand
polythene bag (1), then the left-hand bag (2) by pulling both
towards the centre of the machine.
Removing the
transit devices
Positioning
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Set the machine upright and unscrew the remaining two bolts on
the back.
back
Remove the three plastic pins from the holes in which the bolts
were fitted.
Blank off the holes with the plastic plugs supplied, which you will
find in the bag with the instruction book.
Hint:
Keep all transit devices for re-use in case you move house.
The machine stands on four adjustable rubber feet which can be
used to compensate any unevenness in the floor or to adjust the
machine to the correct height.
Load Spin speed | Cycle duration
kg rpm mins
3 1200 90-100
2 1200 55-65
1 1200 35-40
2 850 80-95
1 850 55-65
0.5 850 30-35
3 1200 65-75
2 1200 35-45
1 1200 30-40
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Drying time chart
Indicative values for dry clothing
Degree of drying
Type of fabric
Examples of laundry/
clothing
Cupboard dry
Cottons to be completely
dried
Towels, T-shirts, fully
dried sheets, tea-cloths,
bathrobes
Easy care, synthetic and
mixed fabrics which do
not need ironing
Synthetic mix jumpers,
blouses, household
linen, bady ciothes,
socks, underwear
fron dry
Cottons and linens which
need ironing
Sheets, tablecloths, tea-
cloths
Lock the feet in position by fully tightening up the locknuts.
PO509
The appliance must be level and resting on all four feet. It must
not tilt when pressure is exerted on one side only. If necessary,
use a spirit level to check that it is perfectly level.
The floor must be clean, dry and free of any wax residue or other
polish to prevent any risk of sliding. Never use viscous substances
to move the appliance by sliding it across the floor!
It is inadvisable to stand the appliance on long pile carpet or rugs
or on layers of foam rubber, as this could make it unstable. Place
a rubber mat beneath the appliance if the floor is made of very
small tiles.
If the appliance is to be placed on non-solid flooring, especially
made of wooden joists and flexible boards, a waterproof wood
panel, 15 mm thick, must be secured with screws to at least two
of the floor joists. If possible, the machine should be placed in a
corner of the room, as this is where the joists are most firmly fixed
and have less tendency to flex.
Never use wedges of wood, cardboard or other similar materials
to compensate for unevenness in the floor.
If space is tight and you cannot avoid placing the machine next to
a gas oven or coal burning stove, a sheet of insulating material
(85 x 57 cm), covered with aluminium foil on the side facing the
oven or stove, must be fitted between the two appliances.
Before building the machine in under a fitted kitchen worktop,
remove the cover and install a special protective plate, which is
available from your local Service Centre. |
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Electrical
connection
Connection to
the mains
water supply
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Connection
Details of the mains voltage, type of current and protection
required are given on the appliance rating plate which can be
found on the frame, after opening the porthole door.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
The manufacturer declines any liability should this safety
measure not be observed.
f the appliance is to be permanently connected to the power
supply you must install a circuit breaker with a gap of at least
3 mm between the contacts, which enables the appliance to
be completely isolated from the mains supply.
The mains supply cable must not be extended. If it is not long
enough, replace it with a new, longer cable or move the applian-
ce closer to the power socket.
Before connecting the hose be sure to fit the mesh filter
supplied.
The inlet hose must not be extended. If it is too short and you do
not wish to move the tap, replace it completely with a longer
high pressure hose specifically designed to solve problems of
this type.
The end of the hose connected to the back of the machine can
be turned in any direction. Simply slacken the connector fitting,
position the hose as required and fully tighten the connector to
. f
POT /
NON-STOP operation can be used for
cottons
synthetics
It cannot be used for delicate fabrics and wool.
Warning: When using NON-STOP operation for washing plus
drying, it is essential to keep to the following maximum loads:
Cottons max. 3 kg
Easy cares max. 2 kg
The drying time must be selected at the same time as the wash
programme.
The drying for cotton fabrics is carried out at full heating power,
for easy cares at reduced heating power.
If you wish to change the selected drying time during washing
turn the time selector knob clockwise to the required time.
Automatic
washing
and drying
(NON-STOP
operation)
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Duration of drying cycle
The duration can vary according to:
— the speed of the final spin;
— the required degree of drying (cupboard dry or iron dry)
— the type of laundry
— the size of load.
The chart on pages 34-35 shows normal drying times. With a little
experience, you will soon come to know the most suitable drying
times for your own laundry requirements.
Porthole door lock
After having started the required drymg programme, the door
stays locked throughout the whole cycle.
Changing the drying time
'f you wish to change the drying time during the cycle, this can be
done by turning the programme selector knob clockwise.
Fibre residues
After drying fabrics which lose bits of fibre, for example new tow-
els, it is advisable to carry out a delicate drying cycle to ensure
that any residue left in the drum is completely eliminated and
does not stick to laundry in the next load.
You should check the filter after each drying cycle and clean it if
necessary.
Additional drying
lí, at the end of the programme, the laundry is still too damp, an
additional drying cycle may be selected.
Warning: Do not over-dry, so as to avoid creasing or shrink-
ing of garments.
Every appliance is fitted with a pump for discharging the wash
and rinse water. This pump is controlled by the programme selec-
tor mechanism and is capable of pumping water through the
drain hose to a height of up to 1 m above the surface on which
the machine is standing.
The curved end of the drain hose can be positioned in two ways:
Hooked over the edge of the sink. in view of the speed with
which the water comes out during the discharge phase, it is
important to ensure that the curved end of the hose cannot slip
off the edge of the sink. It should therefore be tied to the tap with
a piece of string or secured to the wall with a hook, by inserting
the hook into the hole provided in the curved part of the hose.
Joined into a branch of the sink waste pipe. The branch
must be above the sink trap and at least 60 cm above the floor,
The drain hose may be extended up to a maximum length of
180 cm. Use an extension with an internal diameter the same as
that of the original hose. Use a suitable connector.
The hose extension must rest on the floor and only the part near
the drainage point must be raised.
Water drainage
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Door reversal
The appliance is supplied with the door opening from right to left.
If you wish to change the opening direction, proceed as follows:
1) Disengage the end of the opening stop (1) from the door and
turn it through 90° to remove it from its seat (Fig. A).
2) Using a screwdriver, turn plastic plug (2) through 90° to
remove it from its seat (Fig. A).
3) Fit plug (2) in the hole left free by opening stop (1) and turn
it through 90° to lock it in place (Fig. B).
4) Fit opening stop (1) into the hole from which plug (2) was
removed and turn it through 90°, making sure that the
latching tooth is facing towards the right (Fig. B).
5) Remove the door by unscrewing the screws securing ittothe
bottom hinge (3-Fig. A).
6) Unscrew the two plastic screws (4-Fig. A) and fit them on the
opposite side (4-Fig. B).
7) Remove the catch hook (5-Fig. A) by inserting a screwdriver
into the upper hole and pushing downwards.
8) Remove plate (6) by inserting a screwdriver into the bottom
hole and pushing upwards (Fig. A).
9) Refit the catch hook (5) and plate (6) on the opposite sides
(Fig. B).
10) Remove the door catch (7) and plate (8) as explained in
paragraph 7.
11) Turn the door through 180°.
12) Refit the door catch (7) and plate (8), reversing their position
and pressing firmly to engage the hook (Fig. B).
13) Fit the door onto the machine. Insert the top pin first, then
the bottom pin into the hinge (3-Fig. B); finally screw the
hinge onto the machine.
14) Check that the doos is aligned with the appliance. To do this
loosen screw (9-Fig. B) by a couple of turns and re-tighten
when alignment is correct.
15) Fit the flexible end of the door opening stop into the location
provided in the door (1-Fig. B).
Selecting the drying programme
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If you wish to carry out a drying cycle on its own, turn the pro-
gramme selector knob clockwise to DRYING: programme 6 for
cottons, linens or programme 9 for synthetics.
DRYING TIME selector knob
With this knob, the drying time can be adjusted, up to a maxi-
mum of 100 minutes for cottons (section kw) and synthetics
(section kw).
Never == to turn the knob in an anticlockwise direction.
When selecting the drying time, take into account the type of
fabric to be dried (cottons, synthetics) and the degree of drying
required (cupboard dry, iron dry).
Refer to the chart.
When selecting the drying time, you should also remember that
it includes a 8 minute cooling phase.
For example, if you select a drying time of 60 minutes, the
machine will dry for 52 minutes and will then cool for the remain-
ing 8 minutes.
As soon as the drying programme is started, the pilot light «Dry-
ing» Jy comes on.
Cooling phase
8 minutes before the end of the cycle, an automatic cooling
phase is carried out to cool the laundry.
This phase cannot be shortened, stopped or avoided, as this
could cause skin burns or damages to the laundry.
Drying only
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Items not
suitable for
tumble drying
Drying code
symbols
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Particularly delicate fabrics such as synthetic net curtains, gar-
ments made of wool or silk or with metal inserts, nylon stockings,
bulky items such as anoraks, bed covers, quilts, sleeping bags
should not be tumble dried.
Always check whether garments are suitable for tumble drying.
This information is given on the label.
The following symbols are for drying:
€ ) May be tumble dried
@ Normal drying (normal temperature)
* ) Delicate drying (reduced temperature)
X Do not tumble dry
Garments marked with the X symbol must never be tumble
dried.
Before door reversal
6 J 5—2
7— E H—5
8— Ii o es 4
P0534 1 9 3 A
1
125, —g G—8
P0535
ARter door reversal
Panelling the door
The door of this machine is provided with frames for fitting decor
panels (kitchen laminates etc.) to match the machine appearan-
ce with that of the kitchen furniture.
The overall dimensions of the decor panel should be as follows:
Width 588 mm
Height 588 mm
Max thickness 4 mm
To fit the decor panel, it is necessary to release the decor
frames by removing the fastening screws.
Fit the decor panel and reassemble all the parts, ensuring that
the decor panel is secured within the frames.
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Brief instructions
Prepare the laundry
Sort and select garments, carry out any pre-treatment.
Select the programme
Turn the selector to the required programme
Press any option buttons required
Select the temperature and drying time (if required)
Open the porthole door
Load the laundry into the machine
Close the porthole door
Measure out the detergent
Press the ON/OFF button
At the end of the programme
Open the porthole door and remove the laundry.
Release the ON/OFF button
Preliminary operations for tumble drying
All washer-dryers consume power to dry laundry. The machine wil
operate most economically if the advice below is followed:
NM Remove as much water as possible from the laundry!
The machine will use less energy if the laundry is thor-
oughly spun before drying. A good spin reduces power con-
sumption, shortens the drying time and enables the machine
to operate more economically.
B Use optimum loads!
Keep to the loads recommended in the programme
chart to ensure economical drying. The following list may be
used as a guide to estimate the weight of common laundry
items:
Weight
Approximate dry weights of cotton items:
Bathrobe 1200 g
Work shirt 300-600 g
Quilt cover 700 9
Sheet 500 g
Blouse 100 g
Towelling towel 200 9
Tea-cloth 100 g
Man's shirt 200 9
Pillowcase 200 g
Nightdress/pyjamas 200-250 g
Tablecloth 200-300 q
Underwear 250 G
As a dryer, the machine operates on the condensation principle.
However, even during the drying cycle, the water tap must
be left open and the water drain hose must discharge into
a sink or into a drain connection.
Load
Cottons/linens max. 3 kg
Synthetics max. 2 kg
Warning:
Washing loads which exceed these weights must be split
for drying, otherwise good results will not be achieved.
Protect the
environment...
Preparation for
tumble drying
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Opening the
porthole door -
Switching off
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End of programme
At the end of the programme, open the porthole door and empty
the machine.
Check that the drum has been completely emptied to avoid any
items accidentally left there being damaged in a subsequent
wash (e.g. shrinking), or their colour running into the next laundry
load.
Clean the filter, especially after a drying programme.
Attention!
The door is controlled by a safety device which releases 2 min-
utes after the end of the programme.
Before opening the door check that there is no water in the drum.
After programmes 7-10-11-12-13 the machine stops without
draining the water of the last rinse. Select programme “8” or
“14” to empty the machine, before opening the door.
Preliminary operations for washing
EH Check that garments are machine-washable by looking at the
international wash code symbols on the label.
Whites
Coloureds
Synthetics
Delicate fabrics
Wool
M Sort clothing according to type of fabric, degree of soiling and
wash temperature.
Ш Wool garments marked with only the 6 symbol should not
be washed in your machine, but those on which the symbol is
accompanied by the words “non felting” or “machine-washa-
ble” may be machine-washed.
EH Never machine-wash garments labelled with the following
Symbols:
Hand wash only 7]
Do not wash in water B<
OOO
Dry clean only .
Do not dry clean 09)
May be bleached A
Do not use bleach Lx
E Always follow the instruction “Wash separately”.
HB New coloured items often contain excess dye which could run
and stain other, lighter items in the wash. It is advisable to
wash these items separately the first time.
If possible, treat stains when they are still new. Use water, soap or
suitable detergents (stain remover spray, stick, paste, etc.).
Sorting and
selecting
garments
Pre-treatment
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Precautions
Load sizes
(Maximum load
‘of dry laundry)
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Empty all pockets
Be particularly careful to remove metal objects (paper clips,
safety pins, loose change, etc..).
Do up buttons and hooks, close zips and press studs.
Tie up loose belts or long apron strings.
Turn woollen garments, coloured embroidered garments and
those with sewn-on designs inside out.
Very small or delicate items (e.g. baby socks, tights) can
be protected by placing them inside a pillowcase with zip fas-
tener, or inside long socks.
Treat net curtains with special care.
The fabric may be damaged by opening the window or when
removing the curtains for washing (pulled threads). Remove
metal or plastic hooks or enclose in a net or cloth bag.
The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for any damage.
Net curtains should be spin dried only if the manufacturer's
label states that this may be done.
Suitable option buttons
850
850
850
Whites/coloureds (cotton and linen) 6.0 kg
Easy care synthetic fabrics 2.0 kg
Delicate fabrics 2.0 kg
Curtains 15-20 m°
depending
on type
of material
Woollens 1.0 kg
Quick wash programme for 3.0 kg
cottons/coloureds
Quick wash programme for 2.0 kg
easy care fabrics
Whenever possible, load the machine to maximum capacity; full
loads are more economical.
Do not however exceed the maximum load as this could lead to
poor washing results.
Reduce the load when washing fabrics which are particularly sub-
ject to creasing.
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Special programmes
Fabrics Programme selector Max. load
Cottons, linen 3 Rinses 6 kg
4 Conditioner rinse
5 Spin only
Easy cares, delicates 12 Rinses 2 kg
Wool 1 kg
Easy cares, delicates | 13 Conditioner rinse 2 kg
Wool 1 kg
Easy cares, delicates 8 Short spin 2 kg
Wool 1 kg
Easy cares, delicates 14 Drain 2 kg
Wool 1 kg
All fabrics (except wool) | 15 Extra prewash 40 30 6 kg for
cotton
2 kg for
synthetics/
delicates
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ВЕ DYING TIME OPTION BUTTONS | PROGRAMME
| TEMPERATURE SELECTOR
| - DRYING LIGHT SELECTOR
L
_--—— MAINS-ON LIGHT
The programme selector knob can be turned only clockwise.
You may select normal washing and drying programmes, or the
following special programmes:
For heavily soiled fabrics (except wool), the PREWASH pro-
gramme may be selected. The cycle is performed up to 40°C
max. and ends with a short spin.
This programme allows you to rinse separately items which have
been washed by hand.
The rinse cycle for cottons ends with a long spin, the rinse cycle
for easy cares, delicates and wool with the water in the drum.
This programme is for garments which have just been washed
and need softening. Pour the liquid additive into the dispenser
compartment marked with the ES symbol.
Water may be pumped out at the end of a programme, without
spinning (for synthetics, delicates and wool).
spin for cotton items.
Selecting the
programme
Programme
selector
EXTRA PREWASH
RINSES
CONDITIONER
RINSE
DRAIN
SPIN ONLY
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SHORT SPIN
ON/OFF
QUICK WASH
20
Spin for easy care/delicate fabrics and for woolens.
Temperature selector knob
ce \%/ = Cold wash
y °
E = Economy programme
(for cotton & linen items)
30
A J
80 2
70 sed
The knob may be turned clockwise or anti-clockwise.
Option buttons and functions
O
EN ON/OFF button
When this button is pressed, the machine starts.
The MAINS-ON light comes on.
When the button is pressed again, the machine switches off and
the light goes out.
Before selecting a programme or changing an ongoing
programme the machine must be switched off by depressing
the ON/OFF-button.
E Quick wash 2
The quick wash option may be selected with programmes for
cotton, synthetics and delicates. It is particularly suitable for
lightly soiled loads. The washing time is reduced.
It cannot be used together with the ECONOMY button.
Suitable option buttons
850
ECONOMY e
850
850
850
QUICK WASH
2
850
ECONOMY CE)
QUICK WASH
2
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Programme chart (Washing)
Washing symbols Programme selector Temp. Max. load
used on fabric selector
labels
1 Whites 6095 | 6 kg
Cottons/linen
1 Whites Economy 60 E
Cottons/linen Energy saving programme
1 Fast coloureds 60
Cottons/linen
1 Non-fast coloureds 40 30
Cottons/linen
2 Whites
38] | Coloureds 60 40 30
Cottons/inen Quick wash
7 Whites 60 50 40 | 2 kg
Easy cares (synthetics,
mixed fabrics)
7 Whites Economy 40
Energy saving programme
Easy cares (synthetics,
mixed fabrics)
ao 10 Woollens 40 30 | 1 kg
= COLD
Woollens, silk ve
11 Silk, Delicates 40 30 | 2 kg
COLD
Delicates (acrylics, Xy
wool mixes, acetate)
11 Synthetics 40 30
Delicates
Quick wash
Easy cares (synthetics,
mixed fabrics)
E Economy Ce
By depressing this button on programmes 1 and / and select-
ing 60E instead of 95° for cottons and 40° instead of 60° for
‘synthetics the washing time will be prolonged by approx. 20 mins
on programme 1 and 10 mins on programme 7.
This will allow you to obtain a substantial saving in electricity
consumption by obtaining at the same time good washing
results.
To be used for normal soiled laundry without stubborn stains.
1200
i v
E Spin 850
This button allows you to select a slower spin speed than normal.
If this button is not pressed spinning will automatically be per-
formed at the maximum speed for the programme selected.
This is important when wishing to dry laundry in the
machine because it allows you to save time and energy.
The spin speed can be reduced from 1200 to 850 rpm for cotton
items,
ECONOMY
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1200
У
850
Choice of
detergent
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Detergents
Any of the modern, commercially available detergents made for
use in domestic washing machines may be used.
The type of detergent used depends on the type of fabric and
soiling.
The various types of soiling are:
M Dirt, e.g. dust, soot, sweat, organic stains, etc.
Ш Stains which respond to bleach, e.g. red wine, fruit, vege-
tables, etc.
M Protein stains, e.g. blood, milk etc.
Detergents are available in the following forms:
E Powder detergent, with bleaching agent
H Liquid detergent, without bleaching agent
B Colour-safe detergents for delicate fabrics and col-
oureds, without bleaching agent and often also without whit-
eners
M Detergents for wool, without bleach or enzymes, which will
not damage wool fibres.
HB Detergents for net curtains, with optical whiteners and
substances which prevent the curtains from yellowing in sun-
light.
HB Building-block-system detergents which allow separate
dosing of the basic detergent, water softener and bleaching
agent.
HB Water softening agents to reduce the hardness of tap
water.
M Bleaching agents or stain removing salts, for concen-
trated use on stains or as an additive with bleach-free deter-
gents.
H Pre-treatment agents, for removing stains prior to washing.
Ш Fabric softeners, to eliminate static charge for easy cares
and to make fabrics feel soft.
Ш Starches and dressing agents, to make garments hold
their shape and make them easier to iron.
HB Dyes and colour removers may be used in the washing
machine only if indicated on the product pack.
The amount of detergent used depends on the size of load, water
hardness and degree of soiling.
Refer to the instructions on the products.
Information on the hardness of water in residential areas can be
obtained from the Local Water Authorities.
Water hardness
Level Clarke °T.H. (French
of hardness degrees degrees)
| - soft less than 8 less than 13
Il - medium | 8-14 13-24
IH - hard 15-21 25-36
IV - very hard more than 21 more than 36
If the detergent manufacturer gives no indication of how much
detergent to use for a part load, we recommend that you reduce
the detergent measure by 1/3rd for a half load and that you use a
half measure of detergent for a minimum load.
и = & - Prewash detergent
Main wash detergent
Xi e > > —
|= < LES, Liquid additives
N
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_ Programme chart
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II EE
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EN The washing powder should be placed in the appropriate
compartments of the drawer.
№ If you prefer liquid detergents, use the dispenser supplied
with the product.
M The measure of liquid additive used must not exceed the
‘MAX’ level mark on the dispenser drawer.
Ш |f thick fabric softeners or concentrated starches are
used, it is advisable to dilute them by pouring water into the
dispenser compartment, up to the ‘MAX’ level mark.
№ On the programme chart you will find the main washing and
drying programmes.
Amount of
detergent
Using the
detergent
Powder
detergents
Liquid
detergents
Liquid additives
Programme
chart
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