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welcome
Dear customer
Congratulations on your choice of a Beko quality washing machine
which has been designed to give you lasting service.
Please read these instructions thoroughly before installing or using
- and keep for handy reference. Make sure you understand the
controls prior to using your appliance. The washer must only be used
for its intended purpose, ie the washing of clothes in the home.
Failure to observe these instructions may invalidate your right to free
~ervice during the guarantee period.
If you have any questions, or if you are not sure about any
information contained in this booklet please contact us - details are
on the- back covar.
Beko Customer Service
Notes
Due to the quality control processes during production,
there may be some water left in your machine. This does not
cause any damage.
Note that temperatures in this book are for guidance only. Always
check the clothing labels before selecting your wash program
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contents
Introduction
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Welcome
Installation
Know your washing machine/specification
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Location
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Installation
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Electrical connection
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Operating
How to use
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Programme desCiiptions
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Function buttons
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ITCL fabric care symbols
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Machine care
Care & maintenance
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Before calling service/trouble shooting
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Guarantee
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Service
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know your washing machine
Top lid
Front door
Function buttons
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Rating plate behind kick plate
Adjustable feet for levelling
On/Off button
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speciftcation
Capacity (dry fabric)
5 kg
x depth x height
60cm x 54cm x 85cm
Dimensions width
4
Net weight
60kg
Supply voltage
230V- 50Hz
Nominal current
1OA
Motor power
350 watts
Heater power
2100 watts
Washing speed
52 rpm
Spin speed
1000 rpm
Because we continually strive to improve
our products, we may change our specifications
and designs without prior notice.
location
You can locate the washing machine
anywhere (except bathrooms, showers and
away from rain, damp places and water) as
long as you have hot and cold water supply,
drainage and electrical connection alongside.
Ensure there is clearance each side of the
machine to allow slight side ways movement
during washing and spin drying.
Attention!
Never place your machine on a carpet. This
prevents air circulation. The electrical
components of the machine may overheat and
may cause damage.
Please ensure the power, water supplies and
waste are suitable, if in doubt, consult a
qualified plumber or electrician.
installation
Removing transport safety bolts
Feet adjustment
The transport safety bolts must be removed
before any operation of the machine.
1 Turn the bolt heads ~ anti-clockwise until
the bolt can be partially withdrawn.
2 Remove them and the rubber bushes by
pulling outwards. An up/down action and
a small squirt of washing up liquid will ease
removal.
3 Plastic plugs, supplied inside the protective
bag, designated 1]1 should be placed in the
safety bolt holes as shown.
Attention!
Keep the safety bolts for future
transportation and reinstate them before
transporting your machine. Never transport
your machine without the transport bolts in
position. Any resultant damage is not covered
by the warranty.
To ensure quiet and stable operation, the
machine should be positioned correctly and on
the level. If the machine is unstable, adjust one
of the front feet by loosening the plastic: lock
nut and screwing or unscrewing the foot until
the machine is level. After positioning, tighten
the lock nut.
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Water
inlet connections
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Your machine comes with both cold and
hot water connections.
Connect the cold water using the hose with
blue printing and connect the hot water using
the hose with red printing. If you have only a
cold water feed a Y adaptor will be required
(available from most D.I.Y. stores).
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Y adaptor
Cold water supply
f.or proper operation, the pressure of cold
water should be between 1 and 10 bars. (1
bar corresponds to more than 8 litres per minute
flow rate with a fully open tap.)
Hot water supply
Pressure: 1-10 bar Temperature: 60°C max.
A hot water supply fed from a separate cold
water tank will normally be suitable. Open
outlet gas or electric water heaters must not
be used. Multipoint water heaters or
combination boilers may be suitable if they are
designed to supply washing machines. (Check
your boilers operation instructions or supplier.)
If the hot water supply is unsuitable, connect
both hoses to the cold water supply using a Y
connection. The only disadvantage of this is
the machine will use more electricity to heat
the water and take longer to wash on some
programs.
To prevent water leaks,
four sealing washers are
supplied with the water
inlet hoses inside the
machine. Place these on
each of the hose ends and tighten both ends
fully.
In order to prevent any water leakage and
damage, turn off the water taps when not in
use. Connect the cornered end of the hose to
the machine water inlet.
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Drain hose
The drain hose should be placed and secured
either at the side of the sink
directly to the
drain
or directly to the waste water
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inlet~.
• The hose should not be bent.
• Using method A, the drain hose should be
secured with the elbow so that it can not
be dislodged.
• The waste pipe must only be connected
into the foul drains and not surface water
drainage system.
• The hose should be placed between 20 and
80cm from the floor level and must not be
extended otherwise the machine may not
empty the waste water.
• The minimum diameter of any external pipe
must be 32 mm.
electrical connection
Make sure that you have an earthed power
outlet socket rated at 13 amps (minimum).
Attention!
If you use your machine as built-i!!, the
socket must be reachable after installation, or
a separate switch (which can disconnect the
two poles) must be used in the installation.
Connect the power cord to the appropriate
electrical socket with an equivalent current
rating indicated on the rating plate at the front
of the machine behind the kick plate.
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 v1a 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 Beko Authorised Service Agent.
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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 ~ 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 T 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.
Green and yellow
or green
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Warning
This appliance must be earthed
If the fitted moulder! 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 tht: 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.
Blue or
black
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Brown or red
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now to use
sorting laundry
Sort the laundry according to the following
groups and wash them separately:
• White and colour fast fabrics
• Non-fast, coloured fabrics
• Delicate fabrics (silk, rayon etc.)
• Woollens
• Hand knits should be placed inside out in
the machine.
Be sure to empty pockets and remove any
belt,s, buckles, pins, etc. from the clothing.
Loading the machine
Make sure power button is off.
1 Pull the door open handle.
2 Place the fabrics uniformly inside the
machine. Make sure that there is no clothing
obstructing the door.
3 Close the door by pushing lightly.
If the door does not close completely, the
machine will not start This is a safety
precaution. The front door is locked until
the end of the washing programme and
it cannot be opened for about 2 minutes
following the end of the programme.
Programme selection
Select the programme after referring to the
programme descriptions and table on
page 10.
Warning! Always switch off the machine
before selecting your wash programme.
1 Press in the middle of the knob to release
the child safe programme selection knob.
2 Turn the programme selection knob
clockwise and bring the programme number
required in line with the programme
selection indicator. You have selected both
the washing programme and the washing
temperature at the same time.
3 Push in to prevent children tampering with
it.
Function selection
Quick wash function button can be selected
now if needed, see page 11, for suitable
programmes.
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Programme selection indicator
Detergent and softener !Jispenser
Starting
1 Open the drawer.
Attention I
2 Put powder dete-rgent and the fabric softener
in the compartments as shown.
3 Close the detergent and softener drawer.
Before any operation of the machine check
the following:
• Have you closed the front door?
• Are the taps open?
• Is the drain hose placed and secured
properly?
• Is power connected?
To start the programme, press the On/Off
button. The indicator will light and the closed
door will be locked in a few seconds. The
programmer knob will rotate and advance
to the correct point to commence washing.
This is a normal function of the
programmer.
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for fabric softener
Syphon
Detergent compartment II
for wash cycle
Detergent compartment I
for prewash cycle
Powders and liquids
Programme operation
The performance of the washing machine
depends on the effectiveness of the detergent.
Stains can remain if low quality detergents are
used.
• Only use powders specific for automatic
washers, otherwise over foaming and poor
washing performance will be experienced.
• Do not use liquid detergent in your detergent
drawer. Only use liquid detergents with a
dosing ball.
• Do not attempt to use detergents and
bleaching agents that contain chlorine and
sulphur.
• Concentrated softener may clog the syphon,
in this case add some water to the softener
liquid.
During the machine's operation, the
programme selection knob turns clockwise and
follows the programme steps.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and A programmes end on the
line after A.
6, 7, 8, 9 and B programmes end on the
line after B.
10, 11,12 and C programmes end on the
line after C.
If fabric softener is added in the softener
compartment. it will be used in the last rinse
cycle.
Amounts
Follow the manufacturer's recommended
amount of detergent given on the packaging.
Adjust the amount according to the dirt
level, the amount of fabric and the softness of
the water. For example, if a small amount of
clothing is washed, put in half the amount of
detergent normally required.
• Do not fill the fabric softener above the max
mark as any excess amount will mix into
the wash water and you will have to re-fill
the compartment.
unloading
The machine stops automatically after
. programmes are completed.
1 Press the On/Off knob to turn off your
machine.
2 The door can be opened by gently
pulling the door open handle 1-2
minutes after the washing cycle is
completed. Turn off the taps.
3 Unload the machine, and leave the door
open to air the interior.
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programme descriptions
No.
Wash
Temperture
Fabric~
Max. Programme
Load Description
Detergent
Compartment
(kg)
l'logramme
Duration
(-min)
Water
Consumption
(0
Energy
Consumption
(kWh)
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1
90
Hea-.y soiled ; ·:jrics made from
cotton or line:· heat resistant
5
Pre-wash I Main wash 13 rinses
!3 intermediate spins I final Spin
2
90
Hea-.y soiled tc cJriCS made from
cotton or lineP heat resistant
5
3
60•
Normal soiled :1brics made from
cotton or lnen 'leat rP.Sistant
4
40
5
cold
A
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6
60
7
50
8
30
9
cold
B
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10
40
Sensitive, easy c;;re fabrics made
from cotton. synthetics or blended
fatx-ics
2
11
40
W!shable wool and woof mixtures
1.5
12
30
W!shable wool and wool mixtures
1.5
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Spin
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final spin prcfile for Delicate
D
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Disdnarging
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Drainage
1+11
140
65
2.10
Main wash !3 rinses !3
intermediate spins I Final Spin
II
130
56
1.90
5
Main wash 13 rinses 13
intermedi3te <;pins I final Spin
II
130
56
0.95
Lightly soiled f<:Hics made from
cotton linen no:-:-cololJ' fast
5
Main wash !3 rinses 13
intemwdiate spins I Final Spin
II
120
60
0.52
Lightly soiled fctrics made from
cotton linen no~-cololJ' fast
5
Main wash 13 rinses 13
intermediate spins I Final Spin
II
90
56
0.15
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10
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Final Spin
5
Normal Soiled Easy care fabrics
made from rotten, svnthetics or
blended fatx-ics
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Lightly Soiled E2sv care fabrics
made from rotton, synthetics or
blended fabrics (non-colour fast)
Lightly Soiled Ea~J care fabrics
made from rotton, synthetics or
blended fabrics (non-colour fast)
Lightly Soiled [asy care fabrics
made from rotten, synthetics or
blended fabrics (non-colour fast)
Final Spin
final spin profile for rotten
2.5
Main wash 13 rinses 13
intermediate spinil final Spin
II
110
50
0.85
2.5
Main wash 13 rinses 13
intemnediate spni/ Final Spin
II
100
50
0.73
2.5
Main wash 13 rinses fJ
intermediate spns/ Final Spin
II
95
50
0.45
2.5
Main wash 13 rinses 13
intermediate spini/ final Spin
II
70
50
0.10
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10
-
-
II
55
so
0.30
II
45
45
0.55
II
35
45
0.30
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2.5
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2.5
Final spin profile for easy care
Main wash 13 rinses I final Spin
(no intermediate spin)
Main wash 13 rinses I Final Spin
(sensiti\oe wash action I no
intermediate spin)
Main wash 13 rinses I final Spin
(sensiti\'e wash action I no
intermediate spin)
•:r:nergy Labelling program ace. to [N 60456:1999 1'1! I[C 60456 [d.4 2001
Depending on water. textile and ambient conditions the actual values given on or with t~.e machine can deviate from the declared standard values, as they are tested according to
the laboratory conditicns.
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function buttons
Quick wash
This function should be used for lightly soiled
fabrics. If you pres::. this button, the washing
time will be reduced. You can use this function
only on cotton (program 1,2,3,4 and 5) and
synthetic (program 6,7,8 and 9).
ITCL fabric
care symbols
Descriptions of the international textile care label (ITCL) symbols.
Washing
temperature
Do not wash
Bleach
Do not use
bleach
Do not
machine
wash
Dry on
horizontal
surface
Dry clean
Chemicals can
be used
No dry cleaning
No spin
Can be washed in Do not wash in
centrifugal
CPntrifugal
machin~
machine
Line dry
Iron permitted
Do not iron
Warm iron
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care and maintenance
Detergent dispenser
It is necessary to remove the detergent
dispenser drawer from time to t!rne t0 ciedn
away residue and ensure correct operation.
To remove
Pull out the drawer and press down on the
coloured insert to release it fully from its
housing. Wash the drawer in warm water to
remove detergent residue and before replacing
wipe out the housing.
Syphon
The syphon (coloured insert in the dispenser)
must be cleaned every 30-40 washes. Remove
the dispenser drawer and lift out the syphon
and wash in warm water to remove any softener
residue. Refit ensuring that the syphon is
correctly fitted before use.
Maintenance wash
If you regularly use low temperature
programs, certain detergents cause build up
of greasy deposits over time. We recommend
a hot maintenance wash once every 6 months
to clear such accumulation of residue.
Simply run the wash programme "2"
without laundry using the usual amount of
detergent.
water intake filter
At the end of the water intake connection
and water inlet hose-tap side there are filters.
These filters prevent any dirt and objects
passing into the machine. It is advisable that
these filters should be cleaned every 30-40
washes. To clean these filters, first turn the tap
off. Then, disconnect the hose and clean the
filter with a thin brush. If the filter is very dirty,
you may clean it by pulling out with pliers. To
clean the filter at the tap side of the hose, pull
it out by hand and clean the filter under tap
water. Ensure that the sealing rings are in place
before reassembly.
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Pump _filter warning
When the appliance is in use and depending
or. the programme selected there can be hot
water in the filter. Never remove the filter during
a wash cycle, always wait until the appliance
has finished the cycle, and is empty. When
replacing the filter, ensure it is securely
retightened so as to stop leaks and young
children being able to remove it
Hoses
To prevent any leakage, check: the hoses
every two years. If the machine is placed in
cold ambient temperatures, the water remaining
inside the pump and hoses should be drained
to prevent freezing, empty the water intake
hoses by disconnecting from taps.
Drum
Do not leave any metal objects (pins, needles,
etc.) inside the drum. These objects may causf'
rust on the drum surface and stain clothing.
Do not clean the drum with abrasive materials.
Cleaning the pump filter
Warning
When the appliance is in use and depending
on the programme selected there can be hot
water in the filter. Never remove the filter during
a wash cycle, always wait until the appliance
has finished the cycle, and is empty. When
replacing the filter, ensure it is securely
retightened so as to stop leaks and young
children being able to remove it
To prevent objects entering the pump and
causing damage, your machine employs a filter
system that extends the pump life. It is advisable
to clean the filter every 30-40 washes. Before
opening the filter door, disconnect the power.
Tum the opening of kick plate screws 90° with
the help of a screw driver or a coin. Place a
little pan in front of the filter door to catch the
small amount of water spilling from the
machine. Remove the filter by turning in an
anti clockwise direction. After cleaning the
filter, replace it by turning clockwise making
sure that it is closed firmly. Replace the kick
plate and secure it by the locking screws.
Attention!
Ensure the machine is empty of water
before removing the filter. If the filter has not
been replaced correctly water wili leak out
from the filter.
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verore ca111ng servtcettrouble shooting
'ttJu turned the machine on, but the indicator
light is not lit
Haw" ;ou p!u:]ged in and switched on at
the sockt::t? Check the power cable, or for a
blown fuse. Check the front door is properly
dosed.
Machine does not take in water
• Check the door for proper closure. Either
taps are closed or water inlet filters are
clogged.
• Turn the program selector clockwise until a
clicking action is present. Set to the program
required.
water is syphoned j discharged
Check if the discharge hose is positioned
as described on page 6.
tf the machine vibrates or is too noisy
• l-lave all the transit bolts and packing been
removed?
• Is the machine touching something?
• Are all the feet resting firmly on the ground?
• Have the lock nuts been secured?
• Has the recommended wash load been
exceeded? (Max 5 kg dry weight)
water coming from beneath the machine
Check the water inlet and drain hoses.
Tighten the connections. The washers of the
hoses may be worn out or the pump filter may
not be dosed ;;;operiy.
Foam coming out of the detergent dispenser
Check whether your detergent is suitable
for automatic machines. Next time use less
detergent.
Pump does not drain water
Clean the pump filter. Do not attempt to
remove the filter if the machine is full of water.
Check whether the drain hose is bent or not.
If there is a need to clean the pump filter, refer
to the pump filter cleaning section on page
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guarantee
Your Beko washing machine is guaranteed
for twelve months from the date of the origina·r
purchase. Any defect that arise" due to faulty
materials or workmanship will be repaired free
of charge during this period. The guarantee is
subject to the following provisions.
• The guarantee does not cover accidental or
transit damage, misuse, cabinet parts, knobs
or consumable item.
• The guarantee does not cover repairs or
service calls required as a result of inexpert
or faulty installation.
• The product must be correctly installed and
operated in accordance with the instructions
contC!lil~d in \.he operating instruction
booklet.
• The product is designed for domestic use
only. The installation of this product on
business premises for commerc:a! use '.·t:U
inva!idate the guarantee.
• The guarantee is only valid within the
boundaries of the United Kingdom and the
Republic of Ireland.
• The guarantee will be rendered invalid if
the product is resold or has been affected
by inexpert repair.
• Beko (UK} Ltd. disclaims any liability for
incidental or consequential damages.
• The guarantee is in addition to and does
not diminish your statutory or legal rights.
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servrce
service under manufacturer's
guarantee
service out of manufacturer's
guarantee
Please keep your purchase receipt in a safe
place as you will need to produce it should the
product require attention whilst under
guarantee. Please also complete the details
belovv, you will need it when requesting service.
Model and Serial Numbers can be found on
the rating label, which is located behind the
kick plate.
In the event of breakdown, please refer to
your operating instructions and check all plugs,
fuses and electricity supply.
Before requesting service please also check
the trouble-shooting section as a charge may
be levied where no fault is found even though
the appliance may still be under guarantee.
Please calf the appropriate number below
for service, advising the name of the retailer.
If you have purchased an extended
guarantee from the retailer, please contact your
insurance company or retailer. Otherwise please
call the numbers below where service can be
obtained at a charge.
Please complete for your records
Model number
Serial number
Date of purchase
Purchased from
Location
Please call for service
UK
0870 241 0357
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Refer to service instructions from retailer, if none supplied call 0870 241 0357
01 862 3411
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