AEG 2200 I W-D User manual

AEG 2200 I W-D User manual
1112/97
AEG
FULLY AUTOMATIC
WASHER-DRYER
LAVAMAT 2200 | W-D
Instruction booklet
AEG
Servicing
Index
Page 3 4 Warnings
Page 5 Technical specifications
Page 6 Your machine
Page 7-12 Installation instructions
Page 13 The control panel
Page 14-17 Use of controls
Page 19-20 The washing and drying programmes
Page 21-22 Use of detergent and additives
Page 23-24 Washing 4 kg of white cotton at 95%C
Page 26-28 Washing 2 kg of delicate synthetic fabrics at 40%C
Page 29-30 Drying 2.25 kg (5 Ib) of cotton
Page 31-32 Hints on washing and drying
Page 33-34 Maintenance
Page 35-36 Cleaning the filter
Page 37-39 Door Reversal & Building Under
Page 40-43 Servicing
in case of any enquiries and faults, please call AEG After-Sales Service:
Southern Service Centre Northern Service Centre
217 Bath Road Unit 20
SLOUGH Haigh Park
Berkshire Haigh Avenue
SL1 4AW STOCKPORT
Gt. Manchester
Tel: 0753 872506 SK4 1QR
Tel: 061 487 2205
Scottish Service Centre
Block 11, Unit 1,
Dundyvan Industrial Estate
COATBRIDGE
Lanarkshire ML5 4AQ
Tel: 0236 440387
When calling please state the following:
4. The model number
2. The Prod.-No.
3. The Ser.-No.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make alterations in design and colour in
the interests of technical development without prior notice.
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Servicing
H PROBLEM ® CAUSE » SOLUTION
Ш THE MACHINE DOES ® A drying programme » Select a drying
NOT DRY has not been selected programme
The cold water tap is
not on
The drainage filter is
clogged
The machine is
overloaded
The drying time is not
adequate
D> Turn the tap on
D Clean the filter (see
page 35)
D Reduce the load
D Refer to the programme
chart and set the
correct time (see pages
19-20) |
M THE DOOR DOES NOT
OPEN
The safety device has
locked it
Water in the wash tub
» Wait 1-2 minutes after
the end of the
programme before
opening the door
№ Drain the water by
running the draining
programme (15)
If, after the above checks, there is
still a fault, cali your nearest AEG
Service Centre,
Please make sure you give the model
and serial number of the appliance.
This information can be found on the
rating plate (see picture), or on the
guarantee certificate,
Original spare parts can be
purchased from AEG Spare Parts on
Slough 0753 872550.
In-guarantee customers should ensure
that the above checks have been
made as the engineer will make a
charge if the fault is not a
mechanical or electrical breakdown.
Please note that proof of purchase is
P0042
Mod. ....
Prod. No. ........
бег, №. .............
required for any in-guarantee service
calls.
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~ Warnings
relevant warnings.
lt is most important that this instruction book should be retained with the
appliance for future reference. Should the appliance be sold or transferred
to another owner, or should you move house and leave the appliancs,
always ensure that the book is supplied with the appliance In order that
the new owner can get to know the functioning of the appliance and the
~ This appliance is designed to be
operated by adults. Children should
not be allowed to tamper with the
controls or play with the product.
It is dangerous to alter the
specifications or attempt to modify
this product in any way.
Any electrical work required to install
this appliance should be carried out
by a qualified electrician or
competent person.
Any plumbing work required to install
this appliance should be carried out
by a qualified plumber or competent
person.
This product should be serviced by an
authorised AEG Service Centre, and
only genuine spare parts should be
used.
Care must be taken to ensure that the
appliance does not stand on the
electrical supply cable.
Always unplug the appliance and turn
off the water after use.
Do not overioad the appliance. See
relevant section in instruction book.
Always look through the glass door to
check if water has drained before
opening the door. If water is present
do not open door before draining the
water. If in doubt, refer to your
instruction book.
This appliance is heavy. Care should
be taken when moving it.
All packing and transit bolts must be
removed before use. Serious damage
can occur to the product and to
property if this is not adhered to. See
relevant section in instructions.
The glass door becomes very hot
during the washing cycle. Keep
children away from the vicinity of the
appliance whilst it is in operation.
Leave the porthole door slightly ajar.
between washes to preserve the door
seal. |
Only wash fabrics which are designed
to be machine washed. Follow the
Instructions given on fabric labels
(see chart «Wash code symbols».
Before washing, ensure that all
pockets are empty and buttons and
zips are fastened. Avoid washing
frayed or torn articles and treat stains
such as palnt, ink, rust, and grass
before washing. Underwired bras
must not be machine washed.
Any objects such as coins, safety
pins, nails, screws, stones or any
other hard, sharp material can cause
extensive damage and must not be
placed into the appliance.
‘Warnings
Servicing
Before selecting a programme or
changing an ongoing programme the
machine must be switched off by
depressing the ON/OFF push-button.
Garments which have been in contact
with volatile petroleum products
should not be machine washed. If
volatile cleaning fluids are used, care
should be taken to ensure that the
fluid is removed from the garment
~ before placing in the machine. |
Wash small items such as socks,
laces, washable belts etc in a
washing bag or pillow case as it is
possible for such items to slip down
between the tub and the inner drum.
Only use the advised quantities of
fabric softener. Damage to the fabric
can ensue if you over-fill. Refer to the
manufacturer's recommendations of
quantities.
As some duvets and eiderdowns
should be washed/dried in large
commercial machines because of
their bulk, please check with the
manufacturer of the item before
washing in a domestic machine, even
if the dry weight of the item is within
the limit advised.
Only tumble dry fabrics which are
designed to be tumble dried.
If it is necessary to open the door
during the drying cycle, take care not
to touch the inside of the glass
porthole as this gets very hot.
Never tumble dry items that have had
contact with chemicals such as dry
cleaning fluid. These are of a volatile
nature and could cause an explosion.
Only tumble dry items which have
been washed in water or require
airing.
The users should always check that
they have not teft their gas lighters
(disposable or otherwise) in their
clothing.
Before the drying cycle always
remove reusable plastic detergent
dispenser designed to be placed
inside the drum with the clothes as
the plastic used is not designed to
withstand the heat of the drying
cycle.
Pets and children have been known to
climb into washing machines. Please
check your drum before use.
If the machine is situated on a
carpeted floor, please adjust the feet
to ensure that air can circulate freely.
Under no circumstances should you
attempt to repair the machine
yourseif. Repairs carried out by
inexperienced persons may cause
injury or more serious maifunctioning.
Contact your local AEG Service
Centre. Always insist on genuine AEG
spare parts.
E PROBLEM
№ THE MACHINE DOES
NOT DRAIN OR SPIN
e CAUSE
You have pressed the
«Rinse Hoid» button
The drain filter is
clogged
The drain hose is bent
The drainage system
pipes are blocked
The drain hose
extension is incorrect
The wash load
is unbalanced
» SOLUTION
№ Press this button again
to drain the water
» Clean the filter. Before
doing this see page 35 *
> Straighten the hose out
> Consult a qualified
plumber
» Consult a qualified
plumber
DP Redistribute the clothes
inside the drum to allow
the machine to spin
H THE MACHINE LEAKS
OR OVERFLOWS
Too much washing
powder
Unsuitable washing
powder
The inlet hose ring is
loose
The detergent dispenser
drawer or recess are
clogged
№ Reduce the quantities
of washing powder
Pp Only use washing
powder suitable for
automatic machines
p> Tighten the ring (see
page 10)
p Clean the drawer and
recess (see page 33-34)
® The end of the drain > Position the drain hose
hose is not securely correctly
positioned
E THE MACHINE e The internal packing » Remove internal
VIBRATES OR IS NOISY
has not been removed
The machine is not
level
The machine is in
contact with the wall or
furniture
The washing load is
badly distributed
The machine is
overloaded
packing (see p. 7)
Pp Adjust the feet (see
page 12)
D Move the machine; it
should rest freely on its
feet
> Remember to shake out
large items (e.g. sheets)
when loading
P Run the draining
programme (15), reduce
the load and continue
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Servicing
Certain problems are due to lack of simple maintenance or oversights and can
be solved easily without having to call the AEG Service Department.
E PROBLEM e CAUSE > SOLUTION
M THE MACHINE DOES e The On-Off button is > Press the On-Off button
NOT START UP not pressed
(with pilot light off) ® The door is not closed D* Close the door
| properly
® The appliance is not B Plug the appliance in
plugged in
® There is no electric » Check the fuse
supply from the wall
socket
» Consult a qualified
electrician
(with pilot light on) e The programme selector 1” Turn the programme
is not correctly selector to the required
positioned programme
® No water is entering the № See solutions to the
machine problem: THE MACHINE
DOES NOT FILL
EH THE MACHINE DOES ® The water taps are noton BB Turn the taps on
NOT FILL ® The water supply has » Wait until the water
been cut off supply is restored
® The inlet hoses are bent P» Straighten the bend out
e The water pressure is D |f this occurs often,
too low consult a qualified
plumber
® The water inlet filter is D Clean the filter (see
clogged page 35)
M THE MACHINE e The end of the drain p Position the drain hose
EMPTIES AS IT FILLS hose is too low at the correct height
(between 60 and 90 cm)
® The end of the drain p The end of the drain
hose is submerged in hose must NOT be
water | submergea
® Drain pipe without > Consult a qualified
vent-hole
plumber
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— Voltage
Technical specifications
Dimensions
Width 60 cm (23.6”)
Helght 82 cm (32.37)
Depth | 54 ст (21.37)
Electrical connection
220/240V - 50Hz
Maximum power
absorbed 2550 W (13A)
Water pressure
Minimum (hot) 5 psi
Minimum (cold) 7 psi
Maximum 110 psi
Maximum recommended
load for washing
Cotton, linen 4.5 kg (10 Ib)
Synthetics,
delicate fabrics 2 Ка (4.5 16)
Wool 1 kg (2.2 Ib)
Maximum recommended
load for drying
Cotton, linen 2.25 kg (5 15)
Synthetics 1.5 kg (3 Ib)
Spin speed
“Maximum 1200 r.p.m.
The washing programme "2" at 60°C and
the drying programme "cupboard dry" are
the references programmes for the Energy —
label according to EEC Directive 92/75.
Consumptions to wash and dry a full
capacity wash load (4,5 kg cotton items) at
60°C, degree of drying required "cupboard
dry": 4.40 kWh, 134 litres.
Your machine
a A © № À
Washing powder dispenser drawer
Control panel
Door catch
Drain Filter
Adjustable feet
6 Water inlet hoses
7 Mains lead with plug
8 Drain hose
9 Transport safety screws
Door reversal & building-under
Instructions for building in
under a counter
This appliance is designed to be built
into a kitchen unit due to. its standard
dimensions.
The machine should be inserted into
a recess having the dimensions
shown in the picture, making sure
that the fill and drain hoses are not
bent or kinked in such a way as to
obstruct the normal water flow.
As for water & electricity connection,
please follow the rules given in this
operator's handbook.
Furthermore, we strongly recommend
that the water & electricity supply cut
off controls remain easily accessible.
P0118
Door reversal & building-under
Installation instructions
Mounting the door
Now fix the hinges to the machine by
means.of the M 5x8 mm screws. To
compensate for possible uneven
thickness of the door the hinges can
he adjusted horizontally.
To align the door perfectly it may
sometimes be necessary to adjust the
height of the plates (2). This can be
done by loosening the plastic screw
(3).
Counter-Magnet (5)
The door is kept closed by a
magnetic closure.
To enable the closure to operate a
counter-magnet must be screwed into
the door inner side (steel disk with
rubber ring). |
Its position must correspond with the
magnet on the appliance (see
picture).
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Change of door opening
direction
Should a change of the opening
direction to the left side be required,
operate as foliows:
® Unscrew the door magnet (4) and
the rubber buffer (4) and take out the
plastic inserts.
e Fit the hinge fastening plates (2)
on the right side.
e Fit the magnet, the rubber buffer
and the plastic inserts on the left
side.
P0028
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Caution
Before starting the machine up, the
packing must be removed as follows.
Note
You are advised to keep all the
packing for re-use in case the
machine has to be transported again.
1
Using a spanner unscrew and remove
the rear right screw.
2
Lay the machine on its back making
sure that the hoses are not squashed.
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3
Remove the polystyrene base and
take off the bottom panel by
unscrewing the central screw.
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Installation instructions
4 6
Carefully remove the right polythene Re-fit the bottom panel using the 4
bag. screws supplied with the booklet and
the previously removed screw.
ya
Carefylly remove the central and left
~ polythene bags. Set the machine upright and unscrew
the two remaining rear screws.
SL
P0256 Л
Door reversal & building-under
Preparation and assembly of
the door
It is possible to change the door
opening side so as to match it
perfectly with the rest of the kitchen
furniture.
The machine is originally pre-arranged
for assembly of a door with right side
opening. |
In this case it ts sufficient to screw-in
on the door the two hinges (1) and
the counter-magnet (5) in the right
position.
€ - Hinges |
To mount the hinges on the door it is
necessary to drill 2 holes (dia. 35 mm,
depth 14 mm) on the doors inner
side.
The distance between the holes must
be 416 mm. 2
The dimension (B) (from upper edge
of the door to the center of the hole) -
cannot be given, since it depends on
the adjacent cabinets’ dimensions.
The required dimensions are given in
the picture. |
The hinges will be fixed to the door
by means of the 4x 16 mm screws.
HOLE DIA. 35mm - Depth 14mm
Cabinet's door Е 6.2,
The dimensions of the cabinet's door
should be:
width 595+3 mm
thickness 16 to 22 mm
Lal
416
The height (C) cannot be given, since
It depends on the height of the
adjacent furniture, e.g. height of the
kick piate of the kitchen unit.
If necessary, the plastic sealing
profiles underneath the control panel
can be removed by unscrewing the
two screws,
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Cleaning the filter
Warning
When the appliance is in use and
depending on the programme
selected there can be hot water in the
filler. Never remove the filter during a
wash cycle, always wait until the
appliance has finished the cycle, and
is empty. When replacing the filter,
ensure it is securely retightened. This
will prevent leaks and also stop
young children being able to remove
the filter.
The water inlet filters
If your water is very hard or contains
traces of lime deposit, the water inlet
filters may become clogged.
It is therefore a good idea to clean
them from time to time.
Turn off the water taps. Unscrew the
water inlet hoses.
Remove and clean the filters using a
hard bristle brush.
Replace the filters and tighten up the
inlet hoses.
Installation instructions
8
Slide out the 3 plastic pins and stop
the holes with the plastic plugs
supplied with the instruction booklet.
P0020
Your new AEG washing machine has
been designed to be permanently
plumbed in to your home's water
supply and drainage system. How-
ever, If this is not possible, it may be
connected to suitable existing taps,
With the drain hose discharging into a
sink.
The appliance has two inlet valves,
hot and cold, with female 3/4” BSP
thread connectors, If this connection
size is not compatible with the
plumbing of the existing installation,
a variety of connectors are available
from good hardware stores and
plumbers merchants to suit most
domestic plumbing. Any alterations to
your existing plumbing must be
carried out by a competent person, or
qualified plumber.
10
The inlets on the back of the
appliance are colour coded, blue for
cold, red for hot.
Before connecting the hoses be sure
to fit the mesh filters supplied as per
diagram.
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If only a cold water supply is
avallable, connect the two hoses to a
cold water outlet by means of a «Y»
connection piece.
Installation should comply with local
water authority and building
regulations” requirements.
The appliance must be given a
separate cold water supply and not
be connected to a mixer tap, a single
outiet water heater or a booster
pump. A minimum water pressure of
7 psi is required for safe operation of
the appliance.
If you cannot make the cold water
connection direct from the rising
mains, you may be abie to operate
the appliance from your cold water
storage system.
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Installation instructions
Cleaning the filter
There should be a minimum distance
of 5.02 m (16% ft) between the
appliance's inlet and the bottom of
the tank.
There will be sufficient pressure for
the hot water supply from the hot
water cylinder if the height between
the appliance’s inlet and the bottom
of the cold water storage cistern (not
between the appliance and hot water
cylinder) is at least 2.74 m (9 ft).
11
Set the hose correctly by loosening
the ring nut. After positioning the
inlet hose, be sure to tighten the ring
nut again to prevent leaks.
P0021
12
If you intend the drain hose from the
machine to empty into a sink, make
sure the sink is empty and that the
plug hole is not blocked.
If the machine is permanently
plumbed in, hook the end of the hose
into a standpipe installed for the
purpose.
The standpipe must have an internal
diameter of at least 30 mm (1 % in),
in order that there is an air gap
between the drain hose and
-standpipe. Make sure, that it is
designed in such a way, that the end
of the drain hose cannot be covered
with water.
The water drain filter
A ciean filter is important for correct
functioning of the machine, and
should therefore be cleaned after
every wash. |
FF LL. ==
600 mm min
900 mm max
40mm
inside dia min
Important: Before connecting up the
machine to new pipework or to
pipework that has not been used for
some time, run off a reasonable
amount of water to flush out any
debris that may have collected in the
pipes. - |
Whether discharging into a sink or a
standpipe check that the end of the
drain hose is neither too high nor too -
low. The top of the curve in the
hose’s end should be no more than
90 cm (35.4%) and no less than 60 cm
(23.67) above floor level.
10
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P0037 |
Place a container underneath to
catch any spillage.
Unscrew the fiiter.
If the filter is blocked and the
machine is unable to drain you will
need to drain the water from the
machine at this stage.
To do this, unhook the drain hose
from the standpipe or sink and hold
the end of the hose over a bowl on
the floor. The water should drain by
gravity into the bowl. When the bowl
is full, hook the hose back up and
empty the bowl. Repeat the procedure
until the water stops flowing out.
P0040
Clean carefully under a fast-running
tap.
Maintenance
Installation instructions
Cleaning the drawer recess
Having removed the drawer, use a
small brush to clean the recess
ensuring that all washing powder
residue is removed from the. upper
part of the recess. Replace the
drawer and run programme 4 for a
few minutes and then the drain cycle
15 to clear any residues.
P0038
The dangers of freezing
If the machine is exposed to
temperatures below 0°C, certain
precautions should be taken.
Turn off the water taps and unscrew
the inlet hoses.
Select a wash programme and run for
a few seconds.
Unhook the drain hose from the rear
support and position the end in a
bowl. Run the draining programme for
a few seconds.
When you intend to start the machine
up again, make sure that the room
temperature is above 0°C.
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13
Electrical connection
WARNING:
THIS APPLIANCE
MUST BE EARTHED
The manufacturer declines any
liability should this safety n measure
not be observed.
If the plug that is fitted to your
appliance is not suitable for your
socket outlet, it must be cut off and
the appropriate plug fitted.
The cut off plug should be disposed
of to prevent the hazard of electric
shocks in case it should be plugged
into a 13 Amp socket in another part
of your home.
important
The wires in this mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the
following code:
GREEN AND |
YELLOW EARTH
BLUE — NEUTRAL
BROWN LIVE
If you fit your own plug, the colours
of the wires in the mains lead of your
appliance may not correspond with
the markings identifying the terminals
in your plug, this is what you have to
do:
Connect the green and yellow (earth)
wire to the termina! in the plug which
is marked with the letter «E» or the
earth = symbol or coloured green,
or green and yellow.
Cunnect tne blue (neutral) wire to the
terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter «N» or coloured black.
Connect the brown (live) wire to the
terminal which is marked with the
letter «L» or coloured red.
The plug moulded on to the cord
incorporates a fuse. For replacement,
use a 13 Amp BS 1362 fuse.
Only ASTA approved fuses should be
used.
The fuse cover/carrier must be
replaced in the event of changing
fuse.
The right fuse cover/carrier colour is
the one shown by the coloured insert
at the base of the plug.
The plug must not be used if the fuse
cover/carrier is lost.
A replacement cover/carrier must be
obtained from AEG Service Agents.
C This appliance complies with
the following E.E.C. Directives:
- 73/23 EEC of 19.2.73 (Low Voltage
Directive) and subsequent modifica-
tions;
- 89/336 EEC of 3.5.89 (Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive) and subse-
quent modifications.
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Installation instructions
Maintenance
14
Level the washing machine by
loosening or tightening the feet.
Accurate levelling prevents vibration,
noise and displacement of the
machine during operation. After
levelling the machine, secure the feet
by tightening the ring nuts.
Some vibration is inevitable,
especially If mounted on a wooden
floor. |
Sprung wooden floors are particularly
susceptible to vibration. For advice,
consult a builder. If possible, always
place the machine on a solid floor.
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Note
Please ensure that when the
appliance is installed it is easily
accessible for the engineer in the
event of a breakdown.
All plumbing and electrical work
required to install this appliance must
be carried out by competent persons
or qualified. plumbers or electricians.
12
Successful washing and smooth
running of your machine depend on a
series of routine maintenance
operations which should be carried
out from time to time.
Important
Before carrying out any maintenance
or cleaning you MUST disconnect the
appliance from the electricity supply. -
Decalcification
The water we normally use contains
lime. From time to time, and more
often for hard water, it is a good idea
to use a water softening powder in
the machine. Add this powder
according to the manufacturer's
instructions. This will prevent the
formation of lime deposits.
After each wash
Leave the door open for a while.
This helps prevent mould and
stagnant smells forming inside the
appliance.
External cleaning
Use soap and water only and then dry
thoroughly.
Cleaning the drawer
From time to time the washing
powder and additive dispenser drawer
should be cleaned.
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Remove the drawer and flush out
under a tap. |
The upper part of the additives
compartment can be removed for
easier cleaning.
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Washing hints and drying
Do not leave the damp laundry load
in & heap too long before drying.
Avoid drying dark clothes with tight
coloured fluffy items such as towels
as these can attract the fluff,
If you overdry the laundry, besides
wasting energy, any subsequent
ironing may become more difficult
because the fabric could be heavily
crumpled.
Remove the laundry when the
appliance has finished drying.
To avoid a static charge when drying
is completed, use either a fabric
softener when you are washing the
laundry or a fabric conditioner
specifically for tumbie dryers.
For drying, follow the indications
given on the manufacturers’ labels.
(+ Y Drying at high
® temperature
7 По
(+) Drying at reduced
temperature
Do not tumble dry
Once you have finished using the
machine, you are advised to unplug it
and turn off the water taps.
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The control panel
TEMPERATURE PROGRAMME
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1 Programme chart (inside the 6 On/Off-push-button
drawer handle) 7 Operating pilot light
i ligh
2 Dryer indicator light 8 Thermostat contro!
3 Drying time control 9 Programme control
4 «Heavy soil» push button
5 «Rinse hold» push button
Symbols
Symbols provided on the control
panel have the following meaning:
||) Prewash compartment
uJ Wash compartment
8 Softener compartment
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Use of controls
Washing hints and drying
1
Washing powder dispenser
drawer
The washing powder or liquid and
additives must be placed in this
drawer before starting the
programme.
A pull-out programme chart is
available inside the drawer handle.
2
Dryer indicator light
This light will come on when the
machine is drying.
3
Drying time control
Press the control knob to pop it out.
This control aliows you to choose the
desired drying time according to the
type and quantity of the load to be
dried. It can also be adjusted whilst
the machine is in operation to either
increase or reduce the drying time.
The control incorporates two drying
cycles, both of them up to 80 minutes
duration. The high temperature range
for cotton and linen items is marked
with a solid line, and the low
temperature range for synthetic
fabrics with a hollow line.
4
Heavy soil button
By pressing the heavy soil button, the
machine will take in cold water only
on programmes with a water
temperature of 60°C and hotter.
These would normally be hot and
cold, or hot fill only.
The water is then gradually heated to
the required temperature.
The effect is to improve the overall
wash performance, particularly on
biological stains such as egg, blood
and grass stains, and heavily soiled
fabrics, since the longer «cool-soak»
phase as the water heats up provides
the right conditions for the powder
and the water temperature to interact,
and achieve the best possible results.
5
Rinse hold button
Press this button to leave the water
in the wash tub after the wash cycle
is completed.
This works only on mixed fabrics,
wool or delicate/synthetic
programmes.
The clothes are left suspended in
water after the final rinse to prevent
the formation of creases.
Depress the button to drain the water,
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Do not overload the machine. Weigh
the laundry the first few times you
use the appliance.
The average weights of the most
common items are listed below as a
guide: |
1000 g = 1 kg (2 Ib)
sheet 700-1000 g
pillow case 100- 200 g
tablecloth 400- 500 g
serviette 50- 100 g
tea towel 70- 120g
linen hand towel 100- 1509
towelling hand towel 150- 250 g
towelling bath towel 700-1000 g
bath robe 1000-1500 g
man’s shirt `200- 300 9
аргоп 150- 200 9
Load the laundry loosely alternating
large items with small ones.
Sort the taundry according to the type
of fabric, colour-fastness and how
dirty it is.
Avoid washing unhemmed or torn
items as they may unravel.
Before washing, empty all pockets of
small objects which may have been
left inside (coins, keys, screws etc),
as these could damage the drain
pump.
When washing curtains, remove the
hooks.
Close poppers and zips and fasten
loose buttons.
It is essential to wash new coloured
items separately when washing for
the first time.
When washing fabrics requiring
different wash temperatures together,
always select the lowest temperature.
White items should not be washed
with coloured items.
Very small items (handkerchiefs,
ribbons, socks etc.) should be washed
in a washing bag or a pillow case.
Use a good quality detergent suitable
for automatic washing machines.
Use the correct quantities of
detergent.
For wool, use gentle detergents only
in small quantities.
Bleach is very corrosive; it should be
used with care and kept out of reach
of children.
Some stains such as fruit, wing,
grass, rust etc. are difficult to remove
and should be treated before washing
with specific products which can be
found in most household shops.
In some cases it may help to soak
the stain before washing with a
special pre-soak product or biological
detergent.
Only wool marked «Pure New Wool -
washable, preshrunk» can be washed
in the machine using the wool
programme; other types of wool
should be washed by hand or dry
cleaned.
When drying always load well spun
laundry. The higher the spin speed
the lower is electric energy
consumption and the shorter is the
drying time.
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Drying 2.25 kg (5 ib) of cotton
3
Select the time
Following indications given in the
programme chart, turn the selector
dial clockwise on the 40 mins (High
Temperature Range).
4
Start the machine
Switch on the ON-OFF switch.
The pilot lights 9% and
illuminate and the machine will start
to work,
ON
OFF
5
Stopping the machine
At the end of the programme the
machine stops automatically and the
Dryer Indicator Light 9D will go out.
Depress the ON-OFF button, the light
goes out.
If the laundry is still too damp, select
a further brief drying time, bearing in
mind that during the last 8 minutes
the appliance carries out a cooling
and anti-crease phase.
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Use of controls
6
On/Off button
By depressing this button the
machine starts operating. When it is
depressed again, the machine stops.
7
Operating pilot light
This lights up when the ON/OFF
button is depressed and goes out
when the button is pressed again.
8
Adjustable thermostat dial
Press the dial to pop it out and then
turn to the required temperature.
The most suitable temperatures for
all types of laundry are shown in the
programme charts.
The temperatures shown can be
reduced and even a cold wash can be
used (dial to position X } when your
laundry is only slightly soiled or
particularly delicate.
In this way you will also save
electricity.
9
Programme control
To select the required programme,
press the knob to pop it out. Turn the
knob clockwise until the marker at
the top of the dial coincides with the
required programme letter.
Press the knob again if you wish to
return it to its original position.
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How and when to use the controls
Start
After loading the laundry and placing
the washing powder or liquid and
additives into the appropriate
compartments, before starting up the
machine check that:
— the appliance is plugged in
— the water supply taps are turned
on
— the drain hose is correctly and
securely positioned
.— the door and the washing powder
dispenser drawer are closed.
Depress the required pushbution(s).
Select the washing temperature via
the adjustable thermostat dial.
Select the required programme by
turning the programme dial clockwise.
Set the drying time if you are using
the Wash ’n’ Dry option.
At this stage, press the ON/OFF
button to start the programme up.
The pilot light will come on and the
programme will start.
Stop
When the programme has finished,
the programme dial will be in the «e»
position and the machine will
automatically stop.
If you have depressed the «Rinse
Hold» button, the water remaining In
the wash tub must be drained by
pressing again the same button
before opening the door. |
If necessary, stop the machine by
pressing the ON/OFF button again.
At the end of the programme, all the
buttons must be reset to the «rest»
position (not depressed).
The washing programmes
This washing machine has a wide
range of programmes for optimum
washing of all types of fabrics.
The differences between the
programmes are the rotation rhythm
of the drum, the washing
temperature, the water level, use or
not of the spin cycle etc.
Drying
The dryer part of this machine is a
Turbo Condenser Dryer. |
During the drying cycle the machine
uses a small amount of water.
The clothes are dried by means of a
continuous flow of hot air which as it
passes through the drum, gradually
reduces the moisture in the laundry.
The moisture is then condensed
within the machine. The condensed
water is then drained away, together
with the cooling water, through the
drain hose. There is no need to
provide special ventilation in the
room in which the machine is
installed.
The duration of the preset drying time
may be shortened or extended during
the drying cycle. Do not extend or
shorten the drying period within the
8-0 minute cycle. During this time
both the machine and the faundry are
cooling off.
During a power failure it is advisabie
to remove the laundry from the
machine. After a short mains power
failure the machine will continue with
the selected programme once the
power is restored.
Drying 2.25 kg (5 Ib) of cotton
You have for example just machine-
washed and spun at 1200 rpm 4.5 kg
(10 Ib} of laundry. | |
They are cotton fabrics of medium
weight which you want to iron as
soon as they are dry.
Switch off the machine.
Then remove the laundry from the
appliance and divide the items to
-obtain two loads of approx. 2.25 kg
(5 Ib) each.
1
Load the laundry
KZ
pho N N
Load the items you have to dry one at
a time, shaking them out loosely and
close the door.
2 ,
Select the programme
Turn the programme dial clockwise
until number 6 on the dial coincides
with the grey dot.
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Washing 2 kg of synthetic fabrics at 40°C
6
Start up
ON
OFF
Check that:
— the appliance is plugged in
— the water taps are on
— the drain hose is correctly
positioned
Then push the ON/OFF- button D .
The pilot light will come on and the
machine will start.
7
At the end of the programme
The machine automatically stops.
The door is controlled by a safety
device which releases 1 - 2 minutes
after the end of the programme.
Push the ON/OFF-button again
and the pilot light will go out.
When the programme has finished
you are advised to unplug the
appliance and turn off the water taps.
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How and when to use the controls
Important
The washer-dryer operates on the
condensation principle. For this
reason, when drying takes place, the
water tap must be open and the drain
hose must be hooked over the sink if
the machine is not permanently
plumbed In. The dispenser drawer
must be fully closed.
Only laundry washed in water should
be dried in this machine. In particular, |
the following fabrics should not be
loaded into the machine:
Clothes which were dry-cleaned or
cleaned with chemicai solvents;
Woollens or mixed woollens which
will shrink with heat;
Extremely delicate fabrics such as
silk and delicate synthetics;
Sponge, rubber and similar items;
Fibre glass items;
Fabrics tending to fray.
Wash ‘n’ dry
It is possible to programme the
machine to run automaticalty from
the wash programme through to the
drying programme without pausing. In
this case, the wash load must be no
more than 2.25kg (5 |b) for cottons
and a maximum of 1.5kg (2.2 Ib) for
synthetics. The drying time should be
selected at the beginning of the wash
programme. This is possible on all
programmes except the Wool, Silk
and Delicates (10-11-12-13-14
programmes).
Drying times
The drying times of all fabrics will
depend on the extent to which they
have been spun as well as the fabric
characteristics. The higher the spin
speed the shorter the drying time.
To alleviate creasing, care should be
taken not to overdry clothes. All
clothes should be removed from the
drum as quickly as possible after
completion of a drying cycle.
Important
Polycottons of tess than 70% cotton
should NOT be dried using «High
Temperature» drying.
Only polycottons with more than 70%
cotton content should be dried using
programme 6.
If you are not sure of the cotton
content use «Low Temperature»
drying.
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Wash code symbols
The familiar wash code symbols . and because people are tending to
which are found on the care labels in use fewer programmes and mix
most clothes will gradually disappear fabrics in one load. The change will
and a new set of codes will be bring the codes into line with the
introduced. This change is due to labelling used in the rest of Europe.
changes in fabrics and detergents
Old Symbol New Symbol Wash Action Fabric
1 |
Normal (Maximum) White Cotton or Linen without
Special Finishes
Normal (Maximum) Cotton, Linen or Viscose without
2
Special Finishes
Colourfast at 60° C.
No longer used. White Nylon, Polyester/Cotton mixtures now included in
Reduced (Medium) Nylon, Polyester/Cotton, Viscose
(57 | with Special Finishes: .
— Cotton/Acrylic Mix.
Normal (Maximum) Cotton, Linen or Viscose
Colourfast at 40°C but not 60°C.
Reduced (Medium) Acrylics, Acetate, Triacetate, Wool
== mixes, Polyesteriwool blends.
Much Reduced Wool, wool mixes. Silks.
= (Minimum)
| No longer used. Silk now included in №7,
printed acetate included in №7,
9
No longer used.
The new symbols have been used on the Programme Guide of this machine.
and are listed in the Programme Charts on page 19 and 20.
The new wash symbols will also appear on the side of Washing Powder
packets. |
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Washing 2 kg of synthetic fabrics at 40°C
3 4
Measure out the additives Select the temperature
PODOS
, , Turn the adjustable thermostat dial to
Pour the softener, if required, into the 4500. |
compartment marked 88 ; do not
exceed the MAX level. 5
Close the drawer gently. Select the programme
—
— |
Turn the programme dial clockwise
until number 10 on the dial coincides
with the grey dot.
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Washing 2 kg of synthetic fabrics at 40°C
Suppose you have 2 kg of synthetic 2 |
fabric laundry to wash. They are Measure out the washing
rather delicate fabrics and shouid not powder
be washed at a high temperature.
4
Load the laundry
В
a
P0006
7 ANN
Open the door by pulling the catch
outward. Load the items to be
washed one at a time and close the
door.
Pour the washing powder into
compartment (lJ, the main wash
compartment.
Programmes for cotton and linen
Washing programmes
Recommended load: max. 4.5 kg (10 Ib)
DEGREE COMPARTMENTS PO ENME
PROGRAMME ОЕ ТО USE DIAL DESCRIPTION
SOIL (8 If required) POSITION
1 Prewash at 40%
\95/ BOILWASH Heavy Wash at 85°C
with prewash rinses
P 95 Spin
1 i 5
| | | | 2 Wash at 95°C
BOILWASH (*) — Normal il 95 rinses
Spin
| [us
Wash at 60°C
Wes Normal 3 5 rinses
60 Spin
Wash at 40°C
provi Normal 4 5 rinses
| 40 Spin
Long spin approx. 6 min.
SPIN 5 Always preceded by a
low-speed draining phase
Short spin approx. 2 min,
SHORT SPIN 8 Always preceded by a
low-speed draining phase
0) Foran economy wash, if your laundry is not heavily soiled, you can select 60° instead
of 95°C,
Water filling: 40°/50°C programmes - cold water filling; 60°C programmes - hot and cold
filling. 95°C programmes - hot water filling only, unless the heavy soil button is used.
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Wash ’n’ Dry Programmes
Recommended load: max. 2.25 kg © Ib) drying only.
Do NOT use ball dispensers on Wash ’n’ Dry programmes. The automatic drying can
be used on programmes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 by setting the drying time at the beginning
of the wash programme.
Energetic drying programme (0-80 mins - indicated by continuous line (High Temp.)
Fabric type! Programme Quantity Drying time
Spin speed Iron dry Cupboard-dry
Cotton and 2.25 Kg (5 Ib) 40-50 mins 60-70 mins
linen 6 20 Kg(41b) 35-45 mins 55-65 mins
(Long spin at 1.5 Kg(31b) 30-40 mins 40-50 mins
1200 rpm) 1.0 Kg (2 Ib) 25-30 mins 35-40 mins
The drying times indicated in this table are for drying cotton towels. By varying the
composition of the load, the drying times indicated will vary.
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Programmes for synthetics, silk and wool
Washing programmes
Recommended load: max. 2 kg (4.5 |b); wool max. 1 kg (2.2 |b) washing only.
(*) If the «Rinse Hold» button has been depressed the machine will not proceed
to the spin as indicated, until the button has been released, but will have water left
in the drum. |
PROGRAMME
DEGREE COMPARTMENTS
PROGRAMME OF TO USE AND TEMP DESCRIPTION
SOIL (€ if required) POSITION
NORMAL ul 1 Wash at 50%C
Normal 3 rinses .
У WASH || | а 50 Short spin (*)
(40 DELICATE 10 Wash at 40%C
Normal 3 rinses
= WASH Lula 40 Short spin (*)
Wash at 40°C
WOOL Normal il 1 1 J rinses
+ e | | 5 40 Short spin (*)
Wash at 30°C
QUICK , 1 2 ,
Light J rinses
WASH | lus H 30 Shortspin()
3 rinses with
RINSES | 13 + — additive if required
Short spin (*)
1 rinse with
TONER | 1 4 additive if required
Short spin (*)
DRAIN 15
Draining of water
Wash ’n’ Dry Programmes
Automatic drying can be used on programme 7, by setting the drying time at the
beginning of the wash programme. |
Delicate Drying Programme (0-80 mins - indicated by dotted line (Low Temp).
Fabric type/ Programme Quantity - Drying time
Spin speed Iron dry Cupboard-dry
Synthetics 1.5 Kg (3 Ib) — 75-80 mins
(Short spin at 1.0 Kg (2 Ib) — 50-60 mins
850 rpm) 0.5 Ка (1 Ib) — 35-40 mins
The drying times given in this table are just an indication of the average drying times.
Washing 4 kg of white cotton at 95°C
6
Start up
ON
OFF
| TT
Check that:
— the appliance is plugged in
— the water taps are on —
— the drain hose is correctly
positioned
Then push the ON/OFF- button (D .
The pilot light will come on and the
machine will start.
7 | |
At the end of the programme
The machine automatically stops.
The door is controlled by a safety
device which releases 1 - 2 minutes
after the end of the programme.
Push the ON/OFF-button (D again
and the pilot light will go out.
When the programme has finished
you are advised to unplug the
appliance and turn off the water taps.
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25
Washing 4 kg of white cotton at 95°C
3 4
Measure out the additives Select the temperature
Turn the adjustable thermostat dial to
Pour the softener, if required, into the g5oc.
compartment marked 8 ; do not
exceed the MAX level. 5
Close the drawer gently. Select the programme
Turn the programme dial clockwise
until number 2 on the dial coincides
with the grey dot.
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Use of detergent and additives
Choosing the right washing
powder |
Always use a low lather powder. This
is important as too much lather
prevents the articles from being
properly cleansed and you may
damage the machine.
Use of washing powder
The washing powder should be
placed in the appropriate
compartments in the washing powder
dispenser drawer before starting the
programme.
The compartment marked with the
symbol [is for the prewash
powder (if required by the
programme).
The compartment marked with the
symbol {Il} is for the main wash
powder.
How much detergent?
Your washing machine has a unique
water circulation system which runs
continuously. This means that it uses
detergent sparingly.
Initially you are advised to use less
than the quantity specified by the
detergent manufacturer.
Subsequently it is worth
experimenting to see if your laundry
comes out clean with smaller
quantities.
Powder residue left on the clothes at
the end of a wash indicates the use
of too much powder. If the drum is
only half-full, you can obviously use
less detergent.
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Use of detergent, and additives
Use of liquid detergent
Suitable liquid detergent can be used
instead of washing powder.
In this case a programme without
prewash must be selected.
Pour the liquid detergent into the
compartment in the dispenser
drawer immediately before starting
the programme.
If the detergent has its own dispenser
ball, this should be used according to
the manufacturer's instructions.
Use of liquid additives
Any liquid additives for softening or
starching the laundry must be poured
into the appropriate compartment of
the washing powder dispenser drawer
before starting the programme.
The compartment marked with the
symbol 63 is for softeners or
starching agents.
Concentrated additives MUST be
diluted before pouring in the
compartment.
Never exceed the MAX level.
Important
Before the drying cycle always
remove re-usable plastic detergent
dispensers designed to be placed
inside the drum with the clothes as
the plastic used is not designed to
withstand the heat of the drying
cycle.
Note
Once the dispenser is filled, close it
by pushing it in gently. This is
particularly important if you are using
fabric conditioner because if the
drawer is stammed it will cause the
conditioner to enter the machine
prematurely.
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Washing 4 kg of white cotton at 95°C
Suppose you have 4 kg of normally
soiled laundry to wash. It is white
cotton and resistant to high
temperature washing.
4
Load the laundry
2
Measure out the washing
powder
=
Co
Fu
7 А
Р0006
Open the door by pulling the catch
outward. Load the items to be
washed one at a time and close the
door.
Pour the washing powder into
compartment il}, the main wash
compartment. -
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