Washing Machine
User Manual
WIX765450
EN
Document Number= 2820526051_EN/ 29-07-17.(10:52)
Please read this user manual first!
Dear Customer,
Thank you for prefering a Beko product. We hope that you get the best results from your
product which has been manufactured with high quality and state-of-the-art technology.
Therefore, please read this entire user manual and all other accompanying documents
carefully before using the product and keep it as a reference for future use. If you
handover the product to someone else, give the user manual as well. Follow all warnings
and information in the user manual.
Remember that this user manual is also applicable for several other models. Differences
between models will be identified in the manual.
Explanation of symbols
Throughout this user manual the following symbols are used:
C
A
B
Important information or useful hints
about usage.
Warning for hazardous situations with
regard to life and property.
Warning for electric shock.
Recyclable materials.
Do not dispose of the packaging materials together with the domestic or other wastes.
Take them to the packaging material collection points designated by the local authorities.
This product was manufactured using the latest technology in environmentally friendly conditions.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1General safety instructions
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1.1 Life and property safety----------------------------------------------------------------------------5
1.2 Children's safety------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6
1.3 Electrical safety-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6
1.4 Hot surface safety----------------------------------------------------------------------------------7
2Important instructions for environment
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2.1 Compliance with WEEE Directive-------------------------------------------------------------------8
2.2 Package information-------------------------------------------------------------------------------8
3Intended use
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4Your washing machine
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4.1 Overview--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------9
4.2 Package Contents----------------------------------------------------------------------------------10
4.3 Technical specifications----------------------------------------------------------------------------11
4.4Installation------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12
4.4.1 Appropriate installation location-------------------------------------------------------------------------12
4.4.2 Removing packaging reinforcement---------------------------------------------------------------------12
4.4.3 Removing the transportation locks----------------------------------------------------------------------13
4.4.4 Connecting water supply---------------------------------------------------------------------------------13
4.4.5 Connecting the drain hose to the drain------------------------------------------------------------------14
4.4.6 Adjusting the feet-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------15
4.4.7 Electrical connection--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------16
4.4.8 Initial use--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------17
4.5Preparation-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18
4.5.1 Sorting the laundry----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18
4.5.2 Preparing laundry for washing----------------------------------------------------------------------------19
4.5.3 Things to be done for energy saving---------------------------------------------------------------------19
4.5.4 Loading the laundry---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
4.5.5 Correct load capacity--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
4.5.6 Using detergent and softener----------------------------------------------------------------------------20
4.5.8 Tips for efficient washing--------------------------------------------------------------------------------23
4.6Operating the product-----------------------------------------------------------------------------24
4.6.1 Control panel-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------24
4.6.2 Preparing the machine------------------------------------------------------------------------------------24
4.6.3 Programme selection and tips for efficient washing----------------------------------------------------24
4.6.4 Programme and consumption table----------------------------------------------------------------------25
4.6.5 Main programmes -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------26
4.6.6 Additional programmes ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------26
4.6.7 Special programmes---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------28
4.6.8 Temperature selection-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------29
4.6.9 Spin speed selection--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------29
4.6.10 Auxiliary function selection-----------------------------------------------------------------------------30
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
4.6.10.1 Auxiliary functions-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------30
4.6.10.2 Functions/Programmes Selected by Pressing the Function Buttons for 3 Seconds---------------31
4.6.11 Delayed Start---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------32
4.6.12 Starting the programme---------------------------------------------------------------------------------32
4.6.13 Progress of programme----------------------------------------------------------------------------------33
4.6.14 Loading door lock----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------33
4.6.15 Changing the selections after programme has started------------------------------------------------33
4.6.16 Cancelling the programme------------------------------------------------------------------------------34
4.6.17 End of programme---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------34
4.6.18 Your machine features "Standby Mode".---------------------------------------------------------------34
4.7Maintenance and cleaning-------------------------------------------------------------------------35
4.7.1 Cleaning the detergent drawer---------------------------------------------------------------------------35
4.7.2 Cleaning the loading door and the drum-----------------------------------------------------------------35
4.7.3 Cleaning the body and control panel---------------------------------------------------------------------36
4.7.4 Cleaning the water intake filters-------------------------------------------------------------------------36
4.7.5 Draining remaining water and cleaning the pump filter-------------------------------------------------37
5Troubleshooting
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5BUILT-IN INSTALLATION
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1 General safety instructions
This section includes security instructions which may help prevent
the injuries and material damage risks. All kinds of warranties shall
be invalid if these instructions are not observed.
1.1 Life and property safety
u Never
place the product on a carpet-covered floor. Electrical parts
will get overheated since air cannot circulate from under the device.
This will cause problems with your product.
u Unplug the product if it is not in use.
u Always have the repairing procedures carried out by the Authorised
Service Agent. Manufacturer shall not be held liable for damages that
may arise from procedures carried out by unauthorised persons.
u The water supply and draining hoses must be securely fastened and
remain undamaged. Otherwise, water leak may occur.
u While there is still water inside the product, never open the loading
door or remove the filter. Otherwise, risk of flooding and injury from
hot water will occur.
u Do not force open the locked loading door. Door can be opened a few
minutes after the washing cycle ends. In case of forcing the loading
door to open, the door and the lock mechanism may get damaged.
u Use detergents, softeners and supplements suitable for automatic
washing machines only.
u Follow the instructions on the label of textiles and the detergent
package.
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1.2 Children's safety
u
This product can be used by the children who are at the age of 8 and
over and the people whose physical, sensory or mental skills are not
fully developed or who do not have necessary required experience
and knowledge as long as they are supervised or trained about the
safe use of the product and its risks. Children should not play with the
device. Cleaning and maintenance works should not be performed
by children unless they are supervised by someone. Children of less
than 3 years should be kept away unless continuously supervised.
uPackaging materials may be dangerous for the children. Keep
packaging materials in a safe place away from reach of the children.
u Electrical products are dangerous for the children. Keep the children
away from the product when it is in use. Do not allow them to play
with the product. Use child lock to prevent children from intervening
with the product.
u Do not forget to close the loading door when leaving the room where
the product is located.
ustore all detergents and additives in a safe place away from the
reach of the children by closing the cover of the detergent container
or sealing the detergent package.
1.3 Electrical safety
u
The appliance is only used with the power supply unit provided with
the appliance.
u If the product has a failure, it should not be operated unless it is
repaired by the Authorised Service Agent. Risk of electric shock!
uThis product is designed to resume operating in the event of
powering on after a power interruption. If you wish to cancel the
programme, see "Cancelling the programme" section.
u Plug the product into a grounded outlet protected by a 13 A fuse. Do
not neglect to have the grounding installation made by a qualified
electrician. Our company shall not be liable for any damages that
will arise when the product is used without grounding in accordance
with the local regulations.
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u
Do not wash the product by spraying or pouring water onto it! Risk of
electric shock!
u Never touch the power cable plug with wet hands! Do not grab the
power cord to unplug the machine, always unplug it by holding the
socket with one hand, and pulling the plug with the other hand.
uProduct should be unplugged during installation, maintenance,
cleaning and repair procedures.
uIf the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, after sales service or a similarly qualified person
(preferably an electrician) or someone designated by the importer in
order to avoid possible risks.
1.4 Hot surface safety
While washing the laundry at high
temperatures, the loading door glass
will get hot. Considering this fact, during
washing operation keep the children
away from the loading door of the
product to prevent them touching it.
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2 Important instructions for environment
2.1 Compliance with WEEE Directive
This product complies with EU WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU). This product
bears a classification symbol for waste electrical and electronic equipment
(WEEE).
This product has been manufactured with high quality parts and materials
which can be reused and are suitable for recycling. Do not dispose of the
waste product with normal domestic and other wastes at the end of its service
life. Take it to the collection center for the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment. Please consult your local authorities to learn about these collection centers.
Compliance with RoHS Directive:
The product you have purchased complies with EU RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU). It does
not contain harmful and prohibited materials specified in the Directive.
2.2 Package information
Packaging materials of the product are manufactured from recyclable materials in
accordance with our National Environment Regulations. Do not dispose of the packaging
materials together with the domestic or other wastes. Take them to the packaging
material collection points designated by the local authorities.
3 Intended use
• This product has been designed for domestic use. It is not for commercial purposes or it
should not be used out of its intended use.
• The product must only be used for washing and rinsing of laundry that are marked
accordingly.
• The manufacturer waives any responsibility arisen from incorrect usage or
transportation.
•The service life of your product is 10 years. During this period, original spare parts will
be available to operate the appliance properly.
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4 Your washing machine
4.1 Overview
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3
7
6
4
5
1- Power cable
2- Top panel
3- Control panel
4- Filter cap
5- Adjustable feet
6- Loading door
7- Detergent drawer
8- Drain hose
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4.2 Package Contents
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a
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b
c
7
6
1- Power cable
2- Drain hose
3- Transportation safety bolts *
4- Mains water inlet hose (One of the following filter types is used for the mains hose
connection.)
a- Electronical water shut-off
b- Mechanical water shut-off
c- Standard
5- User Manual
6- Blind plug**
7- Plastic plug group
* Number of transportation safety bolts may change depending on the model of your machine.
** This is supplied if your machine is equipped with double water inlet.
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Figures in this manual are schematic and may not match the product exactly.
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4.3 Technical specifications
Complying Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 1061/2010
Supplier name or trademark
Beko
Model name
WIX765450
Rated capacity (kg)
7
Energy efficiency class / Scale from A+++ (Highest Efficiency) to D (Lowest Efficiency)
Annual Energy Consumption (kWh) (1)
A+++
156
Energy consumption of the standard 60°C cotton programme at full load (kWh)
0,770
Energy consumption of the standard 60°C cotton programme at partial load (kWh)
0,620
Energy consumption of the standard 40°C cotton programme at partial load (kWh)
0,630
Power consumption in ‘off-mode’ (W)
0,400
Power consumption in ‘left-on mode’ (W)
0,800
Annual Water Consumption (l) (2)
9899
Spin-drying efficiency class / Scale from A (Highest Efficiency) to G (Lowest Efficiency)
Maximum spin speed (rpm)
1600
Remaining moisture Content (%)
Standard cotton programme
A
(3)
44
Cotton Eco 60°C and 40°C
Programme time of the standard 60°C cotton programme at full load (min)
215
Programme time of the standard 60°C cotton programme at partial load (min)
187
Programme time of the standard 40°C cotton programme at partial load (min)
187
Duration of the left-on mode (min)
N/A
Airborne acoustical noise emissions washing/spinning (dB)
50/72
Built-in
Yes
Height (cm)
82
Width (cm)
60
Depth (cm)
57
Net weight (±4 kg.)
71
Single Water inlet / Double Water inlet
• Available
Electrical input (V/Hz)
•/230 V / 50Hz
Total current (A)
10
Total power (W)
2200
Main model code
9211
Energy Consumption based on 220 standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60°C and 40°C at full and partial load, and the
consumption of the low-power modes. Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
(1)
Water consumption based on 220 standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60°C and 40°C at full and partial load. Actual water
consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
(2)
"Standard 60°C cotton programme" and the "standard 40°C cotton programme" are the standard washing programmes to which the information
in the label and the fiche relates and these programmes are suitable to clean normally soiled cotton laundry and that they are the most efficient
programmes in terms of combined energy and water consumption.
(3)
Technical specifications may be changed without prior notice to improve the quality of the product.
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4.4Installation
• Preparation of the location and electrical, tap water and waste water installations at the
place of installation is under customer's responsibility.
• Make sure that the water inlet and discharge hoses as well as the power cable are not
folded, pinched or crushed while pushing the product into its place after installation or
cleaning procedures.
• Make sure that the installation and electrical connections of the product are performed
by competent persons. Manufacturer shall not be held liable for damages that may arise
from procedures carried out by unauthorized persons.
• Prior to installation, visually check if the product has any defects on it. If so, do not have
it installed. Damaged products cause risks for your safety.
4.4.1 Appropriate installation location
• Place the product on a hard and level floor. Do not put it onto a carpet with high pile or
other similar surfaces.
• When the washing machine and drier are placed on top of each other, their total weight
–when loaded– amounts to 180 kilograms. Place the product on a solid and flat floor that
has sufficient load carrying capacity!
• Do not place the product on the power cable.
• Do not install the product in the environments where the temperature falls below 0 ºC.
• Leaving a gap at the sides of the machine is suggested to reduce vibration and noise.
• On a graduated floor, do not place the product next to the edge or on a platform.
• Do not place heat sources such as Hobs, Irons, Ovens, etc. on the washing machine and
do not use them on the product.
4.4.2 Removing packaging reinforcement
Tilt the machine backwards to remove the packaging
reinforcement. Remove the packaging reinforcement by
pulling the ribbon. Do not make this operation alone by
yourself.
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4.4.3 Removing the transportation locks
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2
3
Loose all bolts with an appropriate wrench until they turn freely.
Remove the transport safety bolts by turning them slightly.
Insert the plastic covers in the bag containing the user manual to the openings on the
rear panel.
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CAUTION: Remove the transportation safety bolts before operating the washing
machine! Otherwise, the product will be damaged.
Keep the transportation safety bolts in a safe place to reuse when the washing machine
needs to be moved again in the future.
Install the transport safety bolts in reverse order of the disassembly procedure.
Never move the product without the transportation safety bolts properly fixed in place!
4.4.4 Connecting water supply
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A
The water supply pressure required to run the product is between 1 to 10 bars (0.1 – 1 MPa).
It is necessary to have 10 – 80 liters of water flowing from the fully open tap in one minute to
have your machine run smoothly. Attach a pressure reducing valve if water pressure is higher.
CAUTION: Models with a single water inlet should not be connected to the hot water tap.
In such a case the laundry will get damaged or the product will switch to protection mode and
will not operate.
CAUTION: Do not use old or used water inlet hoses on the new product. It may cause
stains on your laundry.
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1
2
Tighten the nuts of the hose by hand. Never use a tool when tightening the nuts.
When hose connection is completed, check whether there is leak problems at the
connection points by opening the taps fully. If any leaks occur, turn off the tap and
remove the nut. Retighten the nut carefully after checking the seal. In order to prevent
the water leaks and resultant damages, keep the taps closed when you do not use the
product.
4.4.5 Connecting the drain hose to the drain
• Attach the end of the drain hose directly to waste water drain, lavatory or bathtub.
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CAUTION: Your drain house will be flooded if the hose comes out of its housing during
water discharge. Moreover, there is risk of scalding due to high washing temperatures! In
order to prevent such situations and make sure that the machine performs water intake and
discharge processes without any problem, fix the drain hose securely.
40 cm
100 cm
• Connect the drain hose to a minimum height of 40 cm and a maximum height of 100 cm.
• In case the drain hose is elevated after laying it on the floor level or close to the ground
(less than 40 cm above the ground), water discharge becomes more difficult and the
laundry may come out excessively wet. Therefore, follow the heights described in the
figure.
• To prevent the waste water to go back into the machine again and to ensure easy
drainage, do not immerse the end of the hose into the waste water or do not insert it
into the drain for more than 15 cm. If it is too long, cut it short.
• The end of the hose should not be bent, it should not be stepped on and the hose must
not be pinched between the drain and the machine.
• If the length of the hose is too short, use it by adding an original extension hose. Length
of the hose may not be longer than 3.2 m. To avoid water leak failures, the connection
between the extension hose and the drain hose of the product must be fitted well with
an appropriate clamp as not to come off and leak.
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4.4.6 Adjusting the feet
A
CAUTION: In order to ensure that the product operates more silently and vibration-free,
it must stand level and balanced on its feet. Balance the machine by adjusting the feet.
Otherwise, the product may move from its place and cause crushing and vibration problems.
CAUTION: Do not use any tools to loosen the lock nuts. Otherwise, they will get
damaged.
1 Loosen the lock nuts on the feet by hand.
2 Adjust the feet until the product stands in a stable and balanced way.
3. Tighten all lock nuts by hand again.
Adjusting the feet with water level
• You must remove the Detergent Drawer to set the Water Level.
• For the system to operate properly, the bubble inside the Water Level must be in the
middle.
• If the bubble inside the Water Level is on the left, the pre-set right foot of the Washing
Machine must be adjusted.
• If the bubble inside the Water Level is on the right, the pre-set left foot of the Washing
Machine must be adjusted.
• If the bubble inside the Water Level is at the back, the pre-set front feet of the
Washing Machine must be turned to the left (clockwise).
• If the bubble inside the Water Level is at the front, the pre-set front feet of the
Washing Machine must be turned to the right (anti-clockwise).
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4.4.7 Electrical connection
Connect the product to a grounded outlet protected by a 13 A fuse. Our company shall not
be liable for any damages that will arise when the product is used without grounding in
accordance with the local regulations.
• Connection must comply with national regulations.
• The wiring for the electrical outlet circuit must be sufficient to meet the appliance
requirements. Use of a Groud Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) is recommended.
• Power cable plug must be within easy reach after installation.
• If the current value of the fuse or breaker in the house is less than 13 Amps, have a
qualified electrician install a 13 Amp fuse.
• The voltage specified in the “Technical specifications” section must be equal to your
mains voltage.
• Do not make connections via extension cables or multi-plugs.
B
WARNING: Damaged power cables must be replaced by the Authorised Service Agents.
B
WARNING: This appliance must be earthed
Electrical requirements
Before you insert the plug into the wall socket make sure that the voltage and the
frequency shown in the rating label corresponds to your electricity supply.
We recommend that this appliance be connected to the mains supply via a suitable
switched and fused socket in a readily accessible position.
Should the mains lead of the appliance become damaged or need replacing at any time, it
must be replaced by a special purpose made mains lead which can only be obtained from a
Authorised Service Agent.
If the fitted moulded plug is not suitable for your socket, then the plug should be cut off
and an appropriate plug fitted.
Destroy the old plug, which is cut off as a plug with a bared cord could cause a shock
hazard if inserted into a socket elsewhere in the house.
The moulded plug on this appliance incorporates a 13A fuse. Should the fuse need to be
replaced an ASTA approved BS1362 fuse of the same rating must be used. Do not forget to
refit the fuse cover. In the event of losing the fuse cover, the plug must not be used until a
replacement fuse cover has been fitted. Colour of the replacement fuse cover must be the
same colour as that visible on the pin face of the plug. Fuse covers are available from any
good electrical store.
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Important
Fitting a different plug
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals on your plug, proceed as follows:
1 Connect the green - yellow or green (earth) wire to the
terminal in the plug marked ‘E’ or with the symbol f or
coloured green and yellow or green.
2 Connect the blue (neutral) wire to the terminal in the
plug marked ‘N’ or coloured black.
3 Connect the brown (live) wire to the terminal in the plug
marked ‘L’ or coloured red.
With the alternative plugs a 13A fuse must be fitted either
in the plug or adaptor or in the main fuse box. If in doubt
contact a qualified electrician.
Transportation of the product
1.Unplug the product before transporting it.
2.Remove water drain and water supply connections.
3.Drain all water that has remained in the product.
4.Install transportation safety bolts in the reverse order of removal procedure.
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Never move the product without the transportation safety bolts properly fixed in place!
WARNING: Packaging materials are dangerous to children. Keep packaging materials in a
safe place away from reach of the children.
4.4.8 Initial use
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Before starting to use the product make sure that the
preparations are made which are in line with the “Important
Safety and Environment Instructions” and the instructions in
the “Installation” section.
To prepare the product for washing laundry, perform first
operation in Drum Cleaning programme. If this program is
not available in your machine, apply the method which is
described in the section 4.7.2.
Use an anti-limescale suitable for the washing machines.
Some water might have remained in the product due to the quality control processes in the
production. It is not harmful for the product.
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4.5Preparation
4.5.1 Sorting the laundry
• Sort laundry according to type of fabric, colour, and degree of soiling and allowable
water temperature.
• Always obey the instructions given on the garment tags.
Maximum
950C
700C
600C
500C
400C
300C
Symbol(s)








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Drying
Symbols
Suitable for
dryer
Drying
Settings
No Iron
Sensitive /
Delicate dry
Do not dry
with dryer
No Spin
Hand wash
SensitiveDelicate
wash
No Iron
Water
Temperatures
At any temperature
WASH
Normal wash
Machine
Wash
Symbols
Not washable
LAUNDRY WASH SYMBOLS
Do not dry
Do not dryclean
Dry-cleanable
Lay in shadow
to dry
Hang wet to dry
Lay to dry
Hang to dry
Without heating
At low temperature
At medium
temperature
At high temperature
DRYING
Dry or Steam
Iron at medium
temperature
Iron at low
temperature
200 0C
150 0C
110 0C
Bleach (sodium
hypochlorite)
can be used
Bleach is not
allowed
Maximum temperature
All bleaches are allowed
BLEACH
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Iron without
steam
IRON
Iron at high
temperature
Do not iron
Iron -
Only bleaches without
chlorine are allowed
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4.5.2 Preparing laundry for washing
• Laundry items with metal attachments such as, underwired bras, belt buckles or metal
buttons will damage the machine. Remove the metal pieces or wash the clothes by
putting them in a laundry bag or pillow case.
• Take out all substances in the pockets such as coins, pens and paper clips, and turn
pockets inside out and brush. Such objects may damage the product or cause noise
problem.
• Put small size clothes such as infant's socks and nylon stockings in a laundry bag or
pillow case.
• Place curtains in without compressing them. Remove curtain attachment items.
• Fasten zippers, sew loose buttons and mend rips and tears.
• Wash “machine washable” or “hand washable” labeled products only with an appropriate
programme.
• Do not wash colours and whites together. New, dark coloured cottons release a lot of
dye. Wash them separately.
• Tough stains must be treated properly before washing. If unsure, check with a dry
cleaner.
• Use only dyes/colour changers and limescale removers suitable for machine wash.
Always follow the instructions on the package.
• Wash trousers and delicate laundry turned inside out.
• Keep laundry items made of Angora wool in the freezer for a few hours before washing.
This will reduce pilling.
• Laundry that are subjected to materials such as flour, lime dust, milk powder, etc.
intensely must be shaken off before placing into the machine. Such dusts and powders
on the laundry may build up on the inner parts of the machine in time and can cause
damage.
4.5.3 Things to be done for energy saving
Following information will help you use the product in an ecological and energy-efficient
manner.
• Operate the product in the highest capacity allowed by the programme you have
selected, but do not overload; see, "Programme and consumption table".
• Always follow the instructions on the detergent packaging.
• Wash slightly soiled laundry at low temperatures.
• Use faster programmes for small quantities of lightly soiled laundry.
• Do not use prewash and high temperatures for laundry that is not heavily soiled or
stained.
• If you plan to dry your laundry in a dryer, select the highest spin speed recommended
during washing process.
• Do not use detergent in excess of the amount recommended on the detergent package.
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4.5.4 Loading the laundry
1.Open the loading door.
2.Place laundry items loosely into the machine.
3.Push the loading door to close until you hear a locking sound. Ensure that no items are
caught in the door.
4.5.5 Correct load capacity
The maximum load capacity depends on the type of laundry, the degree of soiling and the
washing programme desired.
The machine automatically adjusts the amount of water according to the weight of the
loaded laundry.
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WARNING: Follow the information in the “Programme and consumption table”. When
overloaded, machine's washing performance will drop. Moreover, noise and vibration
problems may occur.
4.5.6 Using detergent and softener
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When using detergent, softener, starch, fabric dye, bleach or limescale remover read the
manufacturer's instructions on the package carefully and follow the suggested dosage values.
Use measuring cup if available.
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Do not open the drawer during washing Programme.
Detergent Drawer
Detergent drawer of your washing machine consists of four different compartments for
powder main wash detergent, liquid main wash detergent, liquid softener and powder
pre-wash detergent. Each of these laundry additives are dispensed automatically in the
relevant time during the washing Programme.
Do not place the laundry additives directly into the drum. Always use the detergent drawer.
Do not close the drawer too fast after putting the laundry additives. This may cause the
additives be dispensed early, creating unsatisfactory washing results and fabric damage.
The detergent drawer compartments are indicated below:
1)Left compartment with number “II” (Main wash compartment for powder detergent or
powder bleach/stain remover)
2)Left compartment with number “II ” (Main wash compartment for liquid detergent or
liquid stain remover)
3)Middle compartment with number “I” (pre-wash compartment for powder detergent,
powder stain remover or liquid bleach - liquid bleach must be added either during the
pre-wash or during the first rinsing step of the washing Programme). Liquid bleach must
be added manually while the machine takes in water.
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4) Right compartment with “ ” symbol (liquid softener compartment)
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3
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(II) Main Wash Compartment
Before starting the washing Programme, put powder detergent into the left compartment
with number “II”. Use the detergent manufacturer’s measuring cup and follow the
instructions on the package. Powder bleach/stain remover must also be put into this
compartment.
Put the liquid detergent into the main wash compartment with number “II ” before
starting the washing Programme. Liquid stain remover must be put into this compartment.
Put the suggested amount of liquid detergent into the left compartment with “II ” symbol
and dilute it to the maximum filling level line (max. II ) with warm water.
Particularly the concentrated detergents must be diluted with warm water; otherwise, the
siphon may get clogged in time.
Do not fill the detergent above the maximum filling level line; otherwise the excess
amount of detergent will reach the laundry without water and may cause stains on the
garments.In this case you will need to refill the compartment. Do not pour the detergent
onto the laundry directly since this may cause stains on the garments.
Liquid Softener Compartment
Put the suggested amount of liquid softener into the right compartment with “ ” symbol
and dilute it to the maximum filling level line (max. ) with warm water.
Particularly the concentrated softeners must be diluted with warm water; otherwise, the
siphon may get clogged in time.
Do not fill the softener above the maximum filling level line; otherwise the excess
amount of softener will get mixed with the washing water and you will need to refill the
compartment. Do not pour the softener onto the laundry directly since this may cause
stains on the garments.
Liquid softener will be dispensed automatically at the final rinsing step of the washing
Programme.
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(I) Pre-Wash Compartment
Put the powder pre-wash detergent or powder stain remover into the middle
compartment with number “I”.
You can also put liquid bleach into this compartment while the machine takes in water
during pre-wash or first rinsing step. Adding the liquid bleach while the machine takes in
water allows it to be diluted before it is poured onto the laundry.
You must select extra rinsing option if you use liquid bleach in a washing Programme.
Bleach must be removed from the laundry with rinsing; otherwise it may cause itching on
the skin.
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Read the dosage instructions and label of your garments carefully before using the liquid
bleach.
Starch
• Add liquid starch, powder starch or the dyestuff into the softener compartment as
instructed on the package.
• Never use fabric softener and starch together in the same washing cycle.
• Wipe the inside of the drum after using starch.
Bleaches
If you are going to use regular bleach in your machine, it is suggested to select a
Programme with pre-wash step and add the bleach at the beginning of the pre-wash
without putting detergent into the pre-wash compartment. Alternatively, it is suggested
to select a Programme with extra rinsing and add the bleach while the machine takes
in water from the detergent drawer in the first rinsing step. Bleach should not be mixed
with detergent. Since the bleach may cause irritation on skin, little amounts must be used
and rinsed thoroughly. Do not pour bleach directly onto the laundry and do not use it with
colour laundry.
When using oxygen based bleach, follow the instructions on the package and select a
Programme at low temperature. Oxygen based bleach can be used together with the
detergent. However, if it is not at the same thickness with the detergent, then it must be
added from the compartment number “II” right after the detergent foams with water.
Eliminating lime formation
• When required, use only appropriate lime removers developed specifically for washing
machines and always follow the instructions on the package.
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4.5.8 Tips for efficient washing
Light colours and
whites
Dark colours
Delicates/
Woolens/Silks
(Recommended
temperature range
based on soiling level:
cold-40ºC)
(Recommended
temperature range
based on soiling
level: cold-40ºC)
(Recommended
temperature range
based on soiling
level: cold-30ºC)
It may be necessary
to pre-treat the
stains or perform
prewash. Powder
Heavily
and liquid detergents
Soiled
recommended
for whites can be
(difficult
used at dosages
stains such as recommended for
grass, coffee, heavily soiled clothes. It
fruits and
is recommended to use
blood.)
powder detergents to
clean clay and soil stains
and the stains that are
sensitive to bleaches.
Powder and
liquid detergents
recommended
for colours can be
used at dosages
recommended for
heavily soiled clothes.
It is recommended to
use powder detergents
to clean clay and soil
stains and the stains
that are sensitive
to bleaches. Use
detergents without
bleach.
Liquid detergents
suitable for
colours and dark
colours can be
used at dosages
recommended
for heavily soiled
clothes.
Prefer liquid
detergents
produced for
delicate clothes.
Woolen and silk
clothes must be
washed with special
woolen detergents.
Normally
Soiled
Powder and
liquid detergents
recommended for
colours can be used at
dosages recommended
for normally soiled
clothes. Use detergents
without bleach.
Liquid detergents
suitable for
colours and dark
colours can be
used at dosages
recommended for
normally soiled
clothes.
Prefer liquid
detergents
produced for
delicate clothes.
Woolen and silk
clothes must be
washed with special
woolen detergents.
Powder and
liquid detergents
recommended for
colours can be used at
dosages recommended
for lightly soiled
clothes. Use detergents
without bleach.
Liquid detergents
suitable for
colours and dark
colours can be
used at dosages
recommended
for lightly soiled
clothes.
Prefer liquid
detergents
produced for
delicate clothes.
Woolen and silk
clothes must be
washed with special
woolen detergents.
(Recommended
temperature range
based on soiling level:
40-90ºC)
Soiling Level
Clothes
Powder and
liquid detergents
recommended for
(For example, whites can be used at
stains caused dosages recommended
by body on
for normally soiled
collars and
clothes.
cuffs)
Lightly
Soiled
(No visible
stains exist.)
Powder and
liquid detergents
recommended for
whites can be used at
dosages recommended
for lightly soiled clothes.
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4.6Operating the product
4.6.1 Control panel
1
2
3
4
WIX765450
Anti Allergy
Cottons
Shirts
Synthetics
Daily Quick
Dark Care
Super Short
Mixed Fabrics
Sports
Woollens
Down Wear
Rinse
Ready
1600
Cottons Eco
StainExpert
1200
Wash
800
Rinse
600
Spin
End
Cancel
Temp.
Spin
Prewash
Fast+
Drum
Clean 3’’
Child
Lock 3’’
8
7
Extra
Rinse
Start/
Pause
Delicates
Spin+Drain
10
1 - Programme Selection knob
(Uppermost position On / Off)
2 - Display
3 - Delayed Start Indicator
4 - Programme Follow-up indicator
5 - Start / Pause button
9
6
5
6 - Auxiliary function button 3
7 - Auxiliary function button 2
8 - Auxiliary function button 1
9 - Spin Speed Adjustment button
10 - Temperature Adjustment button
4.6.2 Preparing the machine
1.Make sure that the hoses are connected tightly.
2.Plug in your machine.
3.Turn the tap on completely.
4.Place the laundry in the machine.
5.Add detergent and fabric softener.
4.6.3 Programme selection and tips for efficient washing
1.Select the programme suitable for the type, quantity and soiling degree of the laundry
in accordance with the "Programme and consumption table" and the temperature table
below.
2.Select the desired programme with the Programme Selection knob.
Indicative values for Synthetics programmes
Programme
Duration
(min) *
> 1000 rpm
Energy
Consumption
(kWh)
≤ 1000 rpm
Water
Consumption
(l)
Remaining Moisture
Content (%) **
Load (kg)
Remaining Moisture
Content (%) **
Synthetics 60
3
65
1.20
115/140
45
40
Synthetics 40
3
63
0.75
115/140
45
40
* You can see the washing time of the programme you have selected on the display of the machine. It is normal that small differences
may occur between the time shown on the display and the real washing time.
** Remaining moisture content values may differ according to the selected spin speed.
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4.6.4 Programme and consumption table
Daily Quick / Super Short
Daily Quick / Super Short + Fast+
Mixed Fabrics
Woollens
Delicates
Down Wear
Sports
Dark Care
StainExpert
Shirts
Anti Allergy
Drum Clean
7
7
7
7
3,5
3,5
3
3
7
7
7
2
3,5
1,5
3,5
2
3,5
3
3,5
3
7
-
92
92
89
51
40,5
40,5
65
63
62
62
60
41
65
55
51
70
44
82
70
59
119
73
2,25
1,70
1,05
0,77
0,62
0,63
1,20
0,75
2,00
1,10
0,20
0,15
0,75
0,55
0,65
1,25
0,45
0,85
1,50
1,20
2,40
2,10
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1200
1200
1400
1400
1400
1400
800
1200
1200
1000
1200
1200
1600
800
1600
600
Extra Rinse
Max. Speed***
Synthetics
Energy Consumption (kWh)
Cottons Eco
90
60
40
60**
60**
40**
60
40
90
60
30
90
40
40
40
60
40
40
60
60
90
90
Water Consumption (l)
Cottons
Max. Load (kg)
Programme
Fast+
Auxiliary functions
2
Prewash
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Selectable temperature
range °C
Cold-90
Cold-90
Cold-90
Cold-60
Cold-60
Cold-60
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cold-60
Cold-90
Cold-90
Cold-90
Cold-30
Cold-40
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cold-60
Cold-40
Cold-40
Cold-60
Cold-40
•
•
*
Cold-40
•
*
Cold-60
30 - 60
20-90
90
• : Selectable
* : Automatically selected, no canceling.
** : Energy Label programme (EN 60456 Ed.3)
***: If maximum spin speed of the machine is lower then this value, you can only select up to the maximum spin
speed.
- : See the programme description for maximum load.
** "Cotton Economic 40°C and Cotton Economic 60°C are standard programmes." These programmes
are known as '40°C cotton standard programme' and '60°C cotton standard programme' and
indicated with the symbols on the panel.
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Water and power consumption may vary subject to the changes in water pressure, water hardness
and temperature, ambient temperature, type and amount of laundry, selection of auxiliary
functions and spin speed, and changes in electric voltage.
You can see the washing duration on the display of your machine while selecting a programme.
Depending on the amount of laundry you have loaded into your machine, there may be a difference
of 1-1.5 hours between the duration shown on the display and the actual duration of the wash
cycle. Duration will be automatically updated soon after the washing starts.
The auxiliary functions in the table may vary according to the model of your machine.
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4.6.5 Main programmes
Depending on the type of fabric, use the following main programmes.
• Cottons
You can wash your durable cotton laundry (sheets, bedlinen, towels, bathrobes,
underwear etc.) in this programme. When the quick wash function button is pressed,
programme duration becomes notably shorter but effective washing performance is
ensured with intense washing movements. If the quick wash function is not selected,
superior washing and rinsing performance is ensured for your heavily soiled laundry.
• Synthetics
You can wash your laundry (such as shirts, blouses, synthetic/cotton blended fabrics etc.)
in this programme. The programme duration gets notable shorter and washing with high
performance is ensured. If the quick wash function is not selected, superior washing and
rinsing performance is ensured for your heavily soiled laundry.
• Woollens
Use to wash your woolen/delicate laundry. Select the appropriate temperature complying
with the tag of your clothes. Your laundry will be washed with a very gentle washing
action in order not to damage the clothes.
"Woolens programme of this machine is approved by “The Woolmark
Company” for washing machine-washable woolen products provided
that the products are washed in accordance with the instructions on
the product tag and the instructions published by the manufacturer
of this machine. M1325"
In UK, Ireland, Hong Kong and India, the Woolmark trademark is a
Certification trademark.
4.6.6 Additional programmes
For special cases, additional programmes are available in the machine.
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Additional programmes may differ according to the model of the machine.
• Cottons Eco
Use to wash your normally soiled, durable cotton and linen laundry. Although it washes
longer than all other programmes, it provides high energy and water savings. Actual
water temperature may be different from the stated wash temperature. When you load
the machine with less laundry (e.g. ½ capacity or less), periods in programme stages may
automatically get shorter. In this case, energy and water consumption will decrease more,
providing a more economic wash.
• Anti-Allergy
This is a long-duration programme that you can use for your laundry requiring a hygienic
washing at high temperatures with intensive and long washing cycle. The high level of
hygiene is ensured thanks to long heating duration and additional rinsing step.
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• Delicates
You can wash your delicate clothes such as cotton/synthetic blended knitwear or hosiery
in this programme. It washes with more delicate washing action. Wash your clothes whose
colour you want to preserve either at 20degrees or by selecting the cold wash option.
• Daily Quick / Super Short
Use this programme to wash your lightly soiled or unspotted cotton clothes in a short time.
The programme duration can be reduced up to 14 minutes when the quick wash function
is selected. When the quick wash function is selected, maximum 2 (two) kg of laundry
must be washed.
• Dark Care
Use this programme to protect the colour of your dark-coloured garments or jeans. It
performs high performance washing with special drum movement even if the temperature
is low. It is recommended to use liquid detergent or woolen shampoo for dark coloured
laundry. Do not wash your delicate clothes containing wool or etc.
• Mixed Fabrics
Use to wash your cotton and synthetic clothes together without sorting them.
• Shirts
This programme is used to wash the shirts made from cotton, synthetic and synthetic
blended fabrics altogether. It reduces wrinkles. When the quick wash function is selected,
the Pre-treatment algorithm is executed.
• Apply the pre-treatment chemical on your garments directly or add it together with
detergent when the machine starts to take water from the main washing compartment.
Thus, you can obtain the same performance as you obtain with normal washing in a much
shorter period of time. Usage life of your shirts increases.
• Sports
You can use this programme to wash sports and outdoors garments that contain cotton/
synthetics mix and water repellent covers such as gore-tex etc. It makes sure your
garments are washed gently thanks to special rotating movements.
• Down Wear
Use this programme to wash your coats, vest, jackets etc. containing feathers with a
"machine-washable" label on them. Thanks to special spinning profiles, it is ensured that
the water reaches the air gaps amongst the feathers.
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• StainExpert
The machine has a special stain programme which enables the removal of different types
of stains in the most effective way. Use this programme only for durable colourfast cotton
laundry. Do not wash delicate and pigmenting clothes and laundry in this programme.
Before washing, garment tags should be checked (recommended for cotton shirts,
trousers, shorts, t-shirts, baby clothes, pyjamas, aprons, table clothes, beddings, duvet
cover, bed sheet, pillowcase, bath-beach towel, towel, socks, cotton underwear that
are suitable for washing at high temperature and long time). In the automatic stain
programme, you can wash 24 types of stains divided into two different groups according
to quick function selection. You can see stain groups based on the selection of the quick
function.
You can find stain groups based on quick function below:
When quick function is selected:
Blood
Tea
Red Wine
Chocolate
Coffee
Curry
Pudding
Fruit juice
Jam
Egg
Ketchup
Coal
When quick function is not selected:
Butter
Sweat
Salad Dressing
Grass
Collar Soil
Make-up
Mud
Food
Machine Oil
Coke
Mayonnaise
Baby Food
• Select the stain programme.
• Select the stain you want to clean by locating it in the groups above and selecting the
related group with the quick auxiliary function button.
• Read the garment tag carefully and ensure that correct temperature and spin speed are
selected.
4.6.7 Special programmes
For specific applications, select any of the following programmes.
• Rinse
Use when you want to rinse or starch separately.
• Spin+Drain
You can use this function to remove the water on the garment of drain the water in the
machine.
Before selecting this programme, select the desired spin speed and press Start / Pause
button. First, the machine will drain the water inside of it. Then, it will spin the laundry
with the set spin speed and drain the water coming out of them.
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If you wish to drain only the water without spinning your laundry, select the Pump+Spin
programme and then select the No Spin function with the help of Spin Speed Adjustment
button. Press Start / Pause button.
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Use a lower spin speed for delicate laundries.
4.6.8 Temperature selection
Whenever a new programme is selected, the recommended temperature value for the
selected programme appears on the temperature indicator.
To decrease the temperature, press the Temperature Adjustment button. Temperature
will decrease gradually. Temperature level lights will not turn on when the cold level is
selected.
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If the programme has not reached the heating step, you can change the temperature
without switching the machine to Pause mode.
4.6.9 Spin speed selection
Whenever a new programme is selected, the recommended spin speed of the selected
programme is displayed on the spin speed indicator.
To decrease the spin speed, press the Spin Speed Adjustment button. Spin speed
decreases gradually. Then, depending on the model of the product, "Rinse Hold" and "No
Spin" options appear on the display. When "No Spin" is selected, the rinse level indicator
lights will not turn on.
Rinse hold
If you are not going to unload your clothes immediately after the programme completes,
you can use rinse hold function to keep your laundry in the final rinsing water in order to
prevent them from getting wrinkled when there is no water in the machine. Press Start
/ Pause button after this process if you want to drain the water without spinning your
laundry. Programme will resume and complete after draining the water.
If you want to spin the laundry held in water, adjust the Spin Speed and press Start / Pause
button.
The programme will resume. Water is drained, laundry is spun and the programme is
completed.
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If the programme has not reached the spinning step, you can change the speed without
switching the machine to Pause mode.
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4.6.10 Auxiliary function selection
Select the desired auxiliary functions before starting the programme. Furthermore, you
may also select or cancel auxiliary functions that are suitable to the running programme
without pressing the Start / Pause button when the machine is operating. For this, the
machine must be in a step before the auxiliary function you are going to select or cancel.
If the auxiliary function cannot be selected or canceled, light of the relevant auxiliary
function will blink 3 times to warn the user.
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If a second auxiliary function conflicting with the first one is selected before starting the
machine, the function selected first will be canceled and the second auxiliary function
selection will remain active.
An auxiliary function that is not compatible with the programme cannot be selected. (See,
"Programme and consumption table")
Auxiliary Function buttons may vary according to the model of the machine.
4.6.10.1 Auxiliary functions
• Prewash
A Prewash is only worthwhile for heavily soiled laundry. Not using the Prewash will save
energy, water, detergent and time.
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Prewash without detergent is recommended for tulle and curtains.
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When you select this function, load your machine with half of the maximum laundry
specified in the programme table.
• Fast+
When this function is selected, the durations of the relevant programmes get shorter by
50%.
Thanks to the optimised washing steps, high mechanic activity and optimum water
consumption,
high washing performance is achieved in spite of the reduced duration.
• Extra Rinse
This function enables the product to make another rinsing in addition to the one already
made after the main wash. Thus, the risk for sensitive skins (babies, allergic skins, etc.) to
be effected by the minimal detergent remnants on the laundry can be reduced.
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4.6.10.2 Functions/Programmes Selected by Pressing the Function Buttons for 3 Seconds
• Drum Clean
Press and hold the auxiliary function button 1 for 3 seconds to select the programme.
Use regularly (once in every 1-2 months) to clean the drum and provide the required
hygiene. Operate the programme while the machine is completely empty. To obtain
better results, put powder lime-scale remover for washing machines into the detergent
compartment no. “2”. When the programme is over, leave the loading door ajar so that the
inside of the machine gets dry.
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This is not a washing programme. It is a maintenance programme.
Do not run the programme when there is something in the machine. If you try to do so, the
machine detects that there is load inside and aborts the programme.
• Child lock 3II
Use Child Lock function to prevent children from tampering with the machine. Thus you
can avoid any changes in a running programme.
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If the Programme Selection knob is turned when the Child Lock is active, "Con" appears on
the display. The Child Lock does not allow any change in the programmes and the selected
temperature, speed and auxiliary functions.
Even if another programme is selected with the Programme Selection knob while the Child
Lock is active, previously selected programme will continue running.
To activate the Child Lock:
2. Pres and hold the Auxiliary Function button for 3 seconds. C03, C02, C01 will appear
on the display respectively while you keep the button pressed for 3 seconds. Then, while
the light of the Auxiliary Function button 2 is flashing, "Con" will appear on the display
indicating that the child lock has been activated. If you press any button or turn the
Programme Selection knob when the Child Lock is active, same phrase will appear on the
display.
To deactivate the Child Lock:
Press and hold the Auxiliary Function button 2 for 3 seconds while a programme is running.
C03, C02, C01 will appear on the display respectively while you keep the button pressed
for 3 seconds. Then, while the light of the auxiliary function button 2 is flashing, "COF" will
appear on the display indicating that the child lock has been deactivated.
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In addition to the method above, to deactivate the Child Lock, switch the Programme
Selection knob to On / Off position when no programme is running, and select another
programme.
Child Lock is not deactivated after power failures or when the machine is unplugged.
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4.6.11 Delayed Start
With the Delayed Start function the startup of the programme may be delayed up to 19
hours. Delayed start time can be increased by increments of 1 hour.
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Do not use liquid detergents when you set Delayed Start! There is the risk of staining of the
clothes.
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Additional laundry may be loaded during the delayed start period.
1.Open the loading door, place the laundry and put detergent, etc.
2.Select the washing programme, temperature, spin speed and, if required, the auxiliary
functions.
3. Set the desired time by pressing the Delayed Start button.
4. Press Start / Pause button. The delayed start time you have set is displayed. Delayed
start countdown starts. “_” symbol next to the delayed start time moves up and down on
the display.
5.At the end of the countdown, duration of the selected programme will be displayed. “_”
will disappear and the selected programme will start.
Changing the delayed start period
If you want to change the time during countdown:
1.Press the Delayed Start button. Time will increase by 1 hour each time you press the
button.
2.If you want to decrease the delayed start time, press Delayed Start button repeatedly
until the desired delayed start time appears on the display.
Canceling the Delayed Start function
If you want to cancel the delayed start countdown and start the programme immediately:
1.Set the Delayed Start period to zero or turn the Programme Selection knob to any
programme. Thus, Delayed Start function will be canceled. The End/Cancel light flashes
continuously.
2.Then, select the programme you want to run again.
3.Press Start / Pause button to start the programme.
4.6.12 Starting the programme
1.Press Start / Pause button to start the programme.
2.Programme follow-up light showing the startup of the programme will turn on.
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If no programme is started or no button is pressed within 1 minute during programme
selection process, the machine will switch to Pause mode and the illumination level of the
temperature, speed and loading door indicator lights will decrease. Other indicator lights
and indicators will turn off. Once the Programme Selection knob is rotated or any button is
pressed, indicator lights and indicators will turn on again.
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4.6.13 Progress of programme
Progress of a running programme can be followed from the Programme Follow-up
indicator. At the beginning of every programme step, the relevant indicator light will turn
on and light of the completed step will turn off.
You can change the auxiliary functions, speed and temperature settings without stopping
the programme flow while the programme is running. To do this, the change you are
going to make must be in a step after the running programme step. If the change is not
compatible, relevant lights will flash for 3 times.
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If the machine does not pass to the spinning step, Rinse Hold function might be active or
the automatic unbalanced load detection system might be activated due to the unbalanced
distribution of the laundry in the machine.
4.6.14 Loading door lock
There is a locking system on the loading door of the machine that prevents opening of the
loading door in cases when the water level is unsuitable.
Loading door light will start flashing when the machine is switched to Pause mode.
Machine checks the level of the water inside. If the level is suitable, Loading Door light
illuminates steadily within 1-2 minutes and the loading door can be opened.
If the level is unsuitable, Loading Door light turns off and the loading door cannot be
opened. If you are obliged to open the Loading Door while the Loading Door light is off, you
must cancel the current programme. See. "Cancelling the programme"
4.6.15 Changing the selections after programme has started
Switching the machine to pause mode
Press the Start / Pause button to switch the machine to pause mode while a programme
is running. The light of the step which the machine is in starts flashing in the Programme
Follow-up indicator to show that the machine has been switched to the pause mode.
Also, when the loading door is ready to be opened, Loading Door light will also illuminate
continuously in addition to the programme step light.
Changing the auxiliary function, speed and temperature
Depending on the step the programme has reached, you can cancel or select the auxiliary
functions. See, "Auxiliary function selection".
You can also change the speed and temperature settings. See, "Spin speed selection" and
"Temperature selection".
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If no change is allowed, the relevant light will flash 3 times.
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Adding or taking out laundry
1.Press Start / Pause button to switch the machine to pause mode. The programme
follow-up light of the relevant step during which the machine was switched into the
pause mode will flash.
2.Wait until the Loading Door can be opened.
3. Open the Loading Door and add or take out the laundry.
4.Close the Loading Door.
5. Make changes in auxiliary functions, temperature and speed settings if necessary.
6. Press Start / Pause button to start the machine.
4.6.16 Cancelling the programme
To cancel the programme, turn the Programme Selection knob to select another
programme. Previous programme will be cancelled. End / Cancel light will flash
continuously to notify that the programme has been canceled.
Your machine will end the programme when you turn the Programme Selection knob;
however, it does not drain the water inside. When you select and start a new programme,
the newly selected programme will start depending on the step the previous programme
was canceled in. For example, it may take in additional water or continue to wash with the
water inside.
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Depending on the step where the programme was canceled in, you may have to put
detergent and softener again for the programme you have selected anew.
4.6.17 End of programme
“End” appears on the display at the end of the programme.
1.Wait until the loading door light illuminates steadily.
2.Press On / Off button to switch off the machine.
3.Take out your laundry and close the loading door. Your machine is ready for the next
washing cycle.
4.6.18 Your machine features "Standby Mode".
After you switch on your machine with On-Off button, if no programme is started or no
other procedure is performed at the selection step or no action is taken within approx. 2
minutes after the selected programme ends, your machine will switch to energy saving
mode automatically. The brightness of the indicator lights will decrease. Also, if your
product has a display that shows programme time, this display will be completely turned
off. If you turn the Programme Selection knob or touch any button, lights and display will
switch back to previous condition. The selections which you make when exiting from the
energy efficiency may change. Please check the correctness of your selections before
starting the programme. If necessary, please make your settings again. This is not an error.
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4.7 Maintenance and cleaning
Service life of the product extends and frequently faced problems decrease if cleaned at
regular intervals.
4.7.1 Cleaning the detergent drawer
Remove any powder residue buildup in the drawer. To do this;
a.You can remove the detergent drawer by pulling it towards yourself strongly.
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If more than a normal amount of softener and liquid detergent mixture starts to remain in the
softener compartment, the siphon must be cleaned.
b.Wash the drawer and the siphon with plenty of lukewarm water in a washbasin. Wear
protective gloves or use an appropriate brush to avoid touching the residues in the
drawer when cleaning.
c.Replace the drawer into its housing after cleaning. Check if the siphon is in its original
location.
4.7.2 Cleaning the loading door and the drum
For products with drum cleaning programme, please see Operating the product Programmes.
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Repeat Drum Cleaning process in every 2 months.
Use an anti-limescale suitable for the washing machines.
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After every washing make sure that no foreign substance is left in the drum.
If the holes on the bellow shown in the figure is blocked, open the holes using a toothpick.
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Foreign metal substances will cause rust stains in the drum. Clean the stains on the drum
surface by using cleaning agents for stainless steel. Never use steel wool or wire wool.
WARNING: Never use sponge or scrub materials. These will damage the painted and
plastic surfaces.
4.7.3 Cleaning the body and control panel
Wipe the body of the machine with soapy water or non-corrosive mild gel detergents as
necessary, and dry with a soft cloth.
Use only a soft and damp cloth to clean the control panel.
4.7.4 Cleaning the water intake filters
There is a filter at the end of each water intake valve at the rear of the machine and also
at the end of each water intake hose where they are connected to the tap. These filters
prevent foreign substances and dirt in the water to enter the washing machine. Filters
should be cleaned as they do get dirty.
1.Close the taps.
2.Remove the nuts of the water intake hoses to access the filters on the water intake
valves. Clean them with an appropriate brush. If the filters are too dirty, take them out by
means of pliers and clean them.
3.Take out the filters on the flat ends of the water intake hoses together with the gaskets
and clean thoroughly under running water.
4.Replace the gaskets and filters carefully in their places and tighten the hose nuts by
hand.
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4.7.5 Draining remaining water and cleaning the pump filter
The filter system in your machine prevents solid items such as buttons, coins and fabric
fibers clogging the pump impeller during discharge of washing water. Thus, the water will
be discharged without any problem and the service life of the pump will extend.
If the machine fails to drain water, the pump filter is clogged. Filter must be cleaned
whenever it is clogged or in every 3 months. Water must be drained off first to clean the
pump filter.
In addition, prior to transporting the machine (e.g., when moving to another house) and in
case of freezing of the water, water may have to be drained completely.
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WARNING: Foreign substances left in the pump filter may damage your machine or may
cause noise problem.
In order to clean the dirty filter and discharge the water:
1.Unplug the machine to cut off the supply power.
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WARNING: Temperature of the water inside the machine may rise up to 90 ºC. To avoid
burning risk, filter must be cleaned after the water in the machine cools down.
2.Some of our products have emergency draining hose and some does not have. Follow
the steps below to discharge the water.
Discharging the water when the product has an emergency draining hose:
a.Pull the emergency draining hose out from its seat
b.Place a large container at the end of the hose. Drain the water into the container by
pulling out the plug at the end of the hose. When the container is full, block the inlet
of the hose by replacing the plug. After the container is emptied, repeat the above
procedure to drain the water in the machine completely.
c.When draining of water is finished, close the end by the plug again and fix the hose in its
place.
d.Turn the pump filter to take it out.
4.Clean any residues inside the filter as well as fibers, if any, around the pump impeller
region.
5.Install the filter.
6.If the filter cap is composed of two pieces, close the filter cap by pressing on the tab. If
it is one piece, seat the tabs in the lower part into their places first, and then press the
upper part to close.
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5 Troubleshooting
Problem
Programme does not start
after closing the door.
Programme cannot be
started or selected.
Water in the machine.
Reason
Solution
•*Press the Start / Pause / Cancel
button.
It may be difficult to close the loading door in case •Reduce the amount of laundry and
of excessive loading.
make sure that the loading door is
closed properly.
Washing machine has switched to self protection •To cancel the programme, turn
mode due to a supply problem (line voltage, water
the Programme Selection knob to
pressure, etc.).
select another programme. Previous
programme will be cancelled. (See
“Cancelling the programme”)
Some water might have remained in the product •This is not a failure; water is not
due to the quality control processes in the
harmful to the machine.
Start / Pause / Cancel button was not pressed.
production.
The machine enters standby Tap is turned off.
mode after the programme Water inlet hose is bent.
starts or it does not take in Water inlet filter is clogged.
water.
•Turn on the taps.
•Flatten the hose.
•Clean the filter.
•Close the door.
The water connection may be wrong or water may •Check the water connection. If the
be cut off (When the water is cut off, washing or
water is cut off, press the Start/Pause
rinsing LEDs flash).
key after the water has been supplied
again to resume the operation from
standby mode.
Water drain hose might be clogged or twisted.
•Clean or flatten the hose.
Pump filter is clogged.
• Clean the pump filter.
Machine might be standing unbalanced.
•Adjust the feet to level the machine.
A hard substance might have entered into the
•Clean the pump filter.
Loading door may be open.
Machine does not drain
water.
Machine vibrates or makes
noise.
pump filter.
Transportation safety bolts are not removed.
Laundry quantity in the machine might be too
little.
Water drain hose might be clogged or twisted.
• Take out some of the laundry from
the machine or distribute the load by
hand to balance it homogenously in
the machine.
•Make sure that the machine is not
leaning on anything.
•Clean or flatten the hose.
Pump filter is clogged.
•Clean the pump filter.
Machine might have stopped temporarily due to
low voltage.
•It will resume running when the
voltage restores to the normal level.
Draining hose might not be at adequate height.
•Connect the water draining hose as
described in the operation manual.
The water level is not visible from outside of the
washing machine.
•This is not a failure.
Machine might be overloaded with laundry.
Machine might be leaning on a rigid item.
There is water leaking from
the bottom of the washing
machine.
Machine stopped shortly
after the programme
started.
Machine directly discharges
the water it takes in.
No water can be seen in the
machine during washing.
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•Remove the transportation safety
bolts.
•Add more laundry to the machine.
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Problem
Loading door cannot be
opened.
Reason
Door lock is activated because of the water level
in the machine.
Machine is heating up the water or it is at the
spinning cycle.
Solution
•Drain the water by running the Pump
or Spin programme.
• Wait until the programme completes.
Child lock is engaged. Door lock will be deactivated •Wait for a couple of minutes for
a couple of minutes after the programme has
deactivation of the door lock.
come to an end.
Loading door may be stuck because of the
pressure it is subjected to.
Washing takes longer
time than specified in the
manual.(*)
Water pressure is low.
Voltage might be low.
Input temperature of water might be low.
Number of rinses and/or amount of rinse water
might have increased.
Excessive foam might have occurred and
automatic foam absorption system might have
been activated due to too much detergent usage.
Timer may stop during water intake.
Programme time does not
countdown. (On models with
display) (*)
Timer may stop during heating step.
Timer may stop during spinning step.
Programme time does not
countdown. (*)
There might be unbalanced load in the machine.
Machine does not switch to
spinning step. (*)
There might be unbalanced load in the machine.
The machine will not spin if water is not drained
completely.
•Grab the handle and push and pull the
loading door to release and open it.
•Machine waits until taking in adequate
amount of water to prevent poor
washing quality due to the decreased
amount of water. Therefore, the
washing time extends.
•Washing time is prolonged to avoid
poor washing results when the supply
voltage is low.
•Required time to heat up the water
extends in cold seasons. Also, washing
time can be lengthened to avoid poor
washing results.
•Machine increases the amount of
rinse water when good rinsing is
needed and adds an extra rinsing step
if necessary.
• Use recommended amount of
detergent.
•Timer indicator will not countdown
until the machine takes in adequate
amount of water. The machine will
wait until there is sufficient amount
of water to avoid poor washing results
due to lack of water. Timer indicator
will resume countdown after this.
•Timer indicator will not countdown
until the machine reaches the
selected temperature.
•Automatic unbalanced load detection
system might be activated due to the
unbalanced distribution of the laundry
in the drum.
•Automatic unbalanced load detection
system might be activated due to the
unbalanced distribution of the laundry
in the drum.
•Automatic unbalanced load detection
system might be activated due to the
unbalanced distribution of the laundry
in the drum.
•Check the filter and the draining hose.
Excessive foam might have occurred and
• Use recommended amount of
automatic foam absorption system might have
detergent.
been activated due to too much detergent usage.
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Problem
Washing performance is
poor: Laundry turns grey.
(**)
Reason
Insufficient amount of detergent has been used
over a long period of time.
Washing was made at low temperatures for a
long time.
Insufficient amount of detergent is used with
hard water.
Too much detergent is used.
Insufficient amount of detergent is used.
Washing performance is
poor: Stains persist or the
laundry is not whitened. (**)
Excessive laundry was loaded in.
Wrong programme and temperature were
selected.
Wrong type of detergent is used.
Too much detergent is used.
Washing performance is
poor: Oily stains appeared
on the laundry. (**)
Washing performance
is poor: Clothes smell
unpleasantly. (**)
Regular drum cleaning is not applied.
Odours and bacteria layers are formed on the
drum as a result of continuous washing at lower
temperatures and/or in short programmes.
Colour of the clothes faded. Excessive laundry was loaded in.
(**)
Detergent in use is damp.
A higher temperature is selected.
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Solution
•Use the recommended amount of
detergent appropriate for water
hardness and the laundry.
•Select the proper temperature for the
laundry to be washed.
•Using insufficient amount of
detergent with hard water causes the
soil to stick on the cloth and this turns
the cloth into grey in time. It is difficult
to eliminate graying once it happens.
Use the recommended amount of
detergent appropriate for water
hardness and the laundry.
•Use the recommended amount of
detergent appropriate for water
hardness and the laundry.
•Use the recommended amount of
detergent appropriate for water
hardness and the laundry.
•Do not load the machine in excess.
Load with amounts recommended
in the "Programme and consumption
table".
•Select the proper programme and
temperature for the laundry to be
washed.
•Use original detergent appropriate for
the machine.
•Put the detergent in the correct
compartment. Do not mix the
bleaching agent and the detergent
with each other.
•Clean the drum regularly. For this,
please see 4.7.2.
•Leave the detergent drawer as well
as the loading door of the machine
ajar after each washing. Thus, a humid
environment favorable for bacteria
cannot occur in the machine.
•Do not load the machine in excess.
• Keep detergents closed in an
environment free of humidity and
do not expose them to excessive
temperatures.
•Select the proper programme and
temperature according to the type
and soiling degree of the laundry.
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Problem
It does not rinse well.
Reason
The amount, brand and storage conditions of the
detergent used are inappropriate.
Detergent is put in the wrong compartment.
Pump filter is clogged.
Drain hose is folded.
Laundry became stiff after
washing. (**)
Insufficient amount of detergent is used.
Detergent is put in the wrong compartment.
Detergent might be mixed with the softener.
Laundry does not smell like
the softener. (**)
Detergent is put in the wrong compartment.
Detergent might be mixed with the softener.
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Solution
•Use a detergent appropriate for
the washing machine and your
laundry. Keep detergents closed in
an environment free of humidity and
do not expose them to excessive
temperatures.
•If detergent is put in the prewash
compartment although prewash cycle
is not selected, machine can take this
detergent during rinsing or softener
step. Put the detergent in the correct
compartment.
•Check the filter.
•Check the drain hose.
•Using insufficient amount of
detergent for the water hardness
can cause the laundry to become
stiff in time. Use appropriate amount
of detergent according to the water
hardness.
•If detergent is put in the prewash
compartment although prewash cycle
is not selected, machine can take this
detergent during rinsing or softener
step. Put the detergent in the correct
compartment.
•Do not mix the softener with
detergent. Wash and clean the
dispenser with hot water.
•If detergent is put in the prewash
compartment although prewash cycle
is not selected, machine can take this
detergent during rinsing or softener
step. Wash and clean the dispenser
with hot water. Put the detergent in
the correct compartment.
•Do not mix the softener with
detergent. Wash and clean the
dispenser with hot water.
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Problem
Detergent residue in the
detergent drawer. (**)
Reason
Solution
•Dry the detergent drawer before
putting in detergent.
Detergent has gotten damp.
•Keep detergents closed in an
environment free of humidity and
do not expose them to excessive
temperatures.
Water pressure is low.
•Check the water pressure.
The detergent in the main wash compartment got •Check the holes and clean if they are
wet while taking in the prewash water. Holes of
clogged.
Detergent is put in wet drawer.
the detergent compartment are blocked.
There is a problem with the detergent drawer
valves.
•Call the Authorised Service Agent.
•Do not mix the softener with
detergent. Wash and clean the
dispenser with hot water.
Regular drum cleaning is not applied.
•Clean the drum regularly. For this,
please see 4.7.2.
Too much foam forms in the Improper detergents for the washing machine are •Use detergents appropriate for the
being used.
washing machine.
machine. (**)
Excessive amount of detergent is used.
•Use only sufficient amount of
detergent.
Detergent was stored under improper conditions. •Store detergent in a closed and dry
location. Do not store in excessively
hot places.
Some meshed laundry such as tulle may foam too •Use smaller amounts of detergent for
much because of their texture.
this type of item.
Detergent is put in the wrong compartment.
•Put the detergent in the correct
compartment.
Softener is being taken early.
•There may be problem in the valves
or in the detergent dispenser. Call the
Authorised Service Agent.
Too much detergent is used.
Foam is overflowing from
•Mix 1 tablespoonful softener and
½ l water and pour into the main
the detergent drawer.
wash compartment of the detergent
drawer.
•Put detergent into the machine
suitable for the programmes and
maximum loads indicated in the
“Programme and consumption table”.
When you use additional chemicals
(stain removers, bleachs and etc),
reduce the amount of detergent.
Laundry remains wet at the Excessive foam might have occurred and
•Use recommended amount of
automatic foam absorption system might have
detergent.
end of the programme. (*)
Detergent might be mixed with the softener.
been activated due to too much detergent usage.
(*) Machine does not switch to spinning step when the laundry is not evenly distributed in the drum to prevent
any damage to the machine and to its surrounding environment. Laundry should be rearranged and re-spun.
(**) Regular drum cleaning is not applied. Clean the drum regularly. See 4.7.2
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CAUTION: If you cannot eliminate the problem although you follow the instructions in this
section, consult your dealer or the Authorised Service Agent. Never try to repair a nonfunctional
product yourself.
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Service
Please keep your purchase receipt or other proof of purchase in a safe place; you will need
to have it should the product require attention under guarantee.
You should also complete the details below; it will help us assist you when requesting
service. (The model number is printed on the Instruction Booklet and the serial number is
printed on the Rating Label affixed to the appliance)
Model No:
Serial No:
Retailer:
Date of purchase:
For service under guarantee simply telephone the appropriate number below
UK Mainland & Northern Ireland
Fridges & Freezers
Electric Cookers
Gas & Dual Fuel Cookers
0345 600 4903 or 0845 600 4903
0345 600 4902 or 0845 600 4902
0345 600 4905 or 0845 600 4905
Washing Machines & Tumble Dryers 0345 600 4906 or 0845 600 4906
Republic of Ireland
All Refrigeration, 01 862 3411
All Cookers
Washing Machines & Dishwashers
Before requesting service please check the trouble-shooting guide in the Operating
Instructions as a charge may be levied where no fault is found even though your product
may still be under guarantee.
Service once the manufacturers guarantee has expired.
If you have purchased an extended guarantee please refer to the instructions contained
within the extended guarantee agreement document. Otherwise please call the
appropriate number above where service can be obtained at a charge.
Should you experience any difficulty in obtaining service please contact the Beko Customer
Help-Line.
Tel: 0845 600 4911
e-mail:service@beko.co.uk
Guarantee
Washing Machine
Your new Beko product is guaranteed against the cost of breakdown repairs for twelve months
from the date of the original purchase.
What is covered?
• Repairs necessary as a result of faulty materials, defective components or
manufacturing defect.
• The cost of functional replacement parts, but excluding consumable items.
• The labour costs of a Beko approved repairer to carry out the repair.
What is not covered?
• Transit, delivery or accidental damage or misuse and abuse.
• Cabinet or appearance parts, including knobs, flaps, handles or container lids.
• Accessories or consumable items including but not limited to, ice trays, scrapers,
cutlery baskets, filters and light bulbs.
• Repairs required as a result of unauthorised repair or inexpert installation that fails
to meet the requirements contained in the user instruction book.
• Repairs to products used on commercial or non-residential household premises.
• Loss of frozen food in freezers or fridge/freezers. (Food loss insurance is often
included within your household contents insurance policy, or may be available
separately from your retailer).
Important notes.
• Your Beko product is designed and built for domestic household use only.
• The guarantee will be void if the product is installed or used in commercial or nonresidential domestic household premises.
• The product must be correctly installed, located and operated in accordance with the
instructions contained in the User Instructions Booklet provided.
• Professional installation by a qualified Electrical Domestic Appliance Installer is
recommended for all Washing Machines, Dishwashers and Electric Cookers
• Gas Cookers must only be installed by a Gas Safe (or BORD GAIS) registered Gas
Installer.
• The guarantee is given only within the boundaries of the United Kingdom and the
Republic of Ireland.
• The guarantee is applicable only to new products and is not transferable if the
product is resold.
• Beko disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damages.
• The guarantee does not in anyway diminish your statutory or legal rights.
Should you experience any difficulty in obtaining service please contact the Beko Customer
Help-Line.
Tel: 0845 600 4911
e-mail:service@beko.co.uk
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