WA3927G1 WashSmart™ Top Load Washer - PDS: $1,469.00 Capacity 3.9 Features Load Access Top load Washing Modes Adaptative | WashSmart™ Motor Type Direct Drive Wash Basket Type Stainless Steel Control Display SmartTouch™ Control Panel Wash Mechanism Flexible Finned Agitator Audible End-of-Cycle Signal 0,5,15 beeps Water Level Auto water level, plus 5 manual water levels Spin Speed 333, 670, 1100 RPM (386 g-force) Wash System EcoActive™ Wash temperatures 6 Wash Basket Type Stainless Steel Soft Close Lid Yes Water level adjustement Automatic Manual Delay Start 5 min - 18 hours Automatic Lint Removal System Yes Cycles Washes Cycles 6 Regular Yes Heavy Yes Easy Iron Yes Allergy Yes Quick Yes, 35 min. White Cycle No Rinse No Spin Yes Soak 1 hour Exterior Appearence Colour White Lid White powder-coated steel Option (must be purchase at the parts department) Assorted Springs #421867 (X2) Economical / Quiet Energy Consumption 192 Kw/h Sound Level Spin period | 64 dBa Wash Period | 50 dBa Dimensions Overall Height (in.) 42-43'' Overall Width (in.) 27'' Depth (in.) 28'' Height needed for lid to raise 90 degrees 55½''-56¾'' Warranty Full 2 years Entire Appliance; In-Home; Parts & Labour 10 years warranty - Part only Direct Drive Motor Cubic feet (DOE | 2015) The information contained herein is based on sources that we believe to be reliable, but is not guaranteed by us, may be incomplete or may change without notice Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) US CA Installation instructions 8 Washer end of hose Specifications Faucet end of hose D A Standpipe height 33 ½” to 94 1/2” (850 – 2400 mm) Allow for adjustable feet C B Inlet water pressure Max 150 psi (1MPa) Min 5 psi (34kPa ) Fig.2 Washer dimensions and connections Dimensions Product dimensions A Overall height of product (to highest point on console)* inches mm 41 3/4 – 43 1060 – 1090 B Overall width of product 27 685 C Overall depth of product 28 700 56 3/4 – 57 7/8 1440 – 1470 D Height (lid open)* * The exact height of your washer is dependant on how far the feet are extended from the base of the machine. Note: the depth of the machine is the cabinet only, ie does not include the distance the inlet hoses and drain hose extend from the rear of the cabinet. Another 50 mm should be allowed for in the installation cavity to accommodate the inlet hoses and drain hose. US CA 10 Installation instructions Drain hose 1 Carefully pull the drain hose out from the back of the washer by pulling the exposed part of the hose downwards and outwards. Pull hose 2 To guide the drain hose over the tub/sink or through guide standpipe the hose guide MUST be fitted to the drain hose. To prevent siphoning the drain hose should not extend more than ¾” (20 mm) from the end of the guide. The height of the standpipe or tub/sink should be between 33 ½” to 95” (850 – 2413 mm). The drain hose can be trimmed to length. 3 Place the drain hose in the tub/sink or standpipe. Do Flex hose guide apart Standpipe 33 ½” to 95” (850 – 2400 mm) Important! ¾” (20 mm) maximum Fig.4 Fitting the drain hose guide not fit the hose to a drain spigot. Drainage must not be airtight in order to prevent siphoning. Important! ■■ ■■ ■■ In multi-story apartments or any upper floor installation, the washer should be installed on a floor that is equipped with a drain. Check that the tub or standpipe is free from lint or other obstructions before operating the washer. In a basement installation do not exceed a standpipe height of 96” (2438 mm). Inlet hoses Important! ■■ ■■ New hose sets provided with the washer shall be used to connect the washer to the water mains. Old hose sets should not be re-used. 1 Install hoses with the straight end (with filters) fitted to the faucets (refer to Fig.5). 2 Install elbow ends of hoses onto clothes washer inlet valves (refer to Fig.6). The valves are marked on the back of the washer (H=hot, C=cold). Ensure the hot valve is connected to the hot faucet and the cold valve is connected to the cold faucet. Fig.5 Faucet end of hose (straight end) Fig.6 Washer end of hose (elbow end) Inlet hose replacement Important! The inlet hoses should be replaced every 5 years. Hoses should be checked from time to time and replaced if any wear, cuts, bulges, kinks or leaks are found. WARNING!: Failure to do so may result in a flood and damage to property. US CA 14 Installation instructions Special requirements for alcove or closet installation The minimum ventilation clearance between the washer and adjacent walls or other surfaces is: 1” (25 mm) minimum either side and front 3” (75 mm) minimum rear 60 Sq. In (388 Sq. cm) Consideration must be given to providing adequate clearance for installation and servicing. The minimum vertical space required from floor to overhead shelves, cabinets, ceilings etc is 58” (1470 mm). Closet doors must be louvered or otherwise ventilated and have at least 60 square inches of open area for a washer only, or if the closet contains both a washer and dryer, doors must contain at least 120 square inches of open area equally distributed. 60 Sq. In (388 Sq. cm) Fig.12 Louvered door Washer & Dryer Caution! Do not install this appliance in a closet with a solid door. Mobile home installation Installation must conform to the STANDARD FOR MOBILE HOMES, ANSI A119.1 and NATIONAL MOBILE HOME CONSTRUCTION & SAFETY STANDARDS ACT OF 1974 (PL93-383). Grounding instructions This appliance must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or break down, grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric current. This appliance is equipped with a cord that has an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. Specification subject to change without notice. Additional instructions Cleaning your washer Due to the water and energy efficient nature of your machine, regular cleaning of the inside of your washer is necessary and important. Please refer to page 37 for more information.