Annual water consumption Load Spin efficiency class Noise value

Annual energy consumption
Noise value during wash cycle
Noise value during spin cycle
Annual water consumption
Load
Spin efficiency class
Much more important information can be found in your operating and installation instructions.
Energy efficiency classes
en Information on the new EU regulation
i Correct detergent selection
The care label is crucial to ensure correct detergent selection, temperature and laundry
treatment. See also website www.sartex.ch
On the website www.cleanright.eu you can find much more useful information about detergents,
care products and cleaning agents for private use.
Washing and type of textile
Washing
programme
Detergent
Boil washable white washing
made of linen or cotton
M
Cotton
(Cottons)
20 °C –
max. 90 °C
Standard detergent
containing bleach and
optical brighteners
Coloured washing made
Cotton
(Cottons)
20 °C –
max. 60 °C
Colour detergent without
bleach and optical
brighteners
Coloured washing made
Easy-Care
20 °C –
max. 60 °C
Colour/mild detergent
without optical
brighteners
of linen or cotton
M
of easy-care fibres, synthetic
materials
N
i
Washing
temperature
Delicate fine textiles, silk or
viscose
O
Delicate/Silk
Wool
W
Wool
20 °C –
max. 40 °C
Mild detergent
20 °C –
max. 40 °C
Detergent for woollens
Information on protection of the environment and making savings
In addition to the information in the instructions for use you can reduce costs further and protect
the environment by observing the following information.
Energy (reduction in the washing temperature) and detergent can be reduced for lightly and
normally soiled washing.
Reduced temperature and
amount of detergent
according to dosing
recommendation low
Lightly
soiled
No visible soiling and stains. Items of clothing
have a bodily odour, e.g. lightweight summer
clothing/sportswear (worn for a few hours), Tshirts, shirts, blouses (worn for up to 1 day),
guest bed linen and towels (used for 1 day)
Normally
soiled
Soiling visible/or a few light stains noticeable,
e.g. T-shirts, shirts, blouses (soaked with sweat,
worn several times), towels, bed linen (used for
up to 1 week)
Temperature according to
Very
care label and amount of de- soiled
tergent according to dosing
recommendation high
According to the regulation (EU) 1015/2010 you will find additional product information below.
This is a result of energy saving regulations which must satisfy all appliances sold in the EU.
An energy label with explanations is illustrated on the back of this information sheet.
The energy label of your appliance can be found at the side or front of the appliance. Remove
the label and stick it on the back of this sheet.
The energy label includes an overview of the specific values of your appliance.
Soiling and/or stains clearly visible, e.g. tea
towels, babywear, work clothes
0713 / 9000 736 930
i Product information
Most efficient programmes for cotton textiles
The following programmes (standard programmes) are suitable for cleaning normally
soiled cotton textiles and are the most efficient with respect to combined energy and
water consumption.
Standard - Programmes for
cotton according EU
regulations 1015/2010
approx. consumption values
Load
Energy
Water
Programme
duration
Cotton (Cottons) 60 °C Eco
4,5 kg
0,73 kWh
40 l
2½ h
Cotton (Cottons) 60 °C Eco
2,25 kg
0,71 kWh
36 l
2½ h
Cotton (Cottons) 40 °C Eco
2,25 kg
0,55 kWh
46 l
2½ h
Programme setting for testing and energy labelling in accordance with EU directive
2010/30/EU with cold water (15 ºC).
The specification of the programme temperature is based on the temperature stated on
the care label in the textiles. The actual washing temperature may deviate from the indicated programme temperature for reasons of saving energy.
Residual moisture in the washing
The spin efficiency class of your appliance is indicated on the energy label.
The percentage of residual moisture with respect to your spin efficiency class can be found in
the following table.
Spin efficiency class
Residual moisture D as %
A (maximum efficiency)
D < 45
B
45 ≤ D < 54
C
54 ≤ D < 63
D
63 ≤ D < 72
E
72 ≤ D < 81
Energy consumption when appliance switched off and not switched off
appliance
switched off:
0,10 W
appliance not switched
off (ready):
1,35 W
Intended use
Your washing machine
Congratulations – you have opted for a modern, high–quality
domestic appliance manufactured by Bosch. The washing machine
is distinguished by its economical use of water and energy .
Each appliance which leaves our factory is inspected thoroughly to
ensure that it functions properly and is in perfect condition.
For further information about products, accessories, spare parts and
service visit our web site: www.bosch-home.com or contact our
customer service centres.
Please read the instruction manual and installation
instructions supplied before switching on the washing
machine.
Environmental disposal
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally friendly manner.
This appliance has been identified in accordance with the European
Directive 2002/96/EG on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE).
The Directive specifies the framework for an EU-wide valid return and
recycling of waste appliances.
The machine was tested before leaving the factory.To remove any water
left over from testing procedures, the first washing cycle should be
carried out without any laundry in the machine a Page 5.
Preparation
ʋ For domestic use only.
ʋ For washing machine–washable fabrics in a detergent
solution.
ʋ To be operated with cold mains water and
commercially available detergents and care products
which are suitable for use in washing machines.
ʋ The washing machine may be operated by children
from 8 years of age, by persons who have limited physical, sensory or mental abilities and by persons who
have inade-quate experience or knowledge, provided
they are super-vised or have been instructed by a responsible person.
.
– Follow the safety instructions on Page 5!
– Do not leave children unattended near the
washing machine!
– Children must not play with the appliance.
– Children must not perform any cleaning or
maintenance work without supervision!
– Keep pets away from the washing machine!
Sort and load the laundry
Correct installation according to
separate installation instructions.
Remove the transport bolts and install
the bottom cover before using the
appliance for the first time!
Follow manufacturer’s care information!
Sort according to the information on the care labels.
Sort according to type, colour, level of soiling and temperature.
Do not exceed the maximum load a Page 7.
Observe the instructions in the Important information section a Page 5!
Load both large and small items of washing together!
Check the machine
– Never switch on a damaged machine!
– Inform your after-sales service!
Close the washing machine door
Insert the mains plug
Take care not to trap any items of clothing
between the loading door and rubber seal.
With dry hands only!
Only hold the plug by the plug
body!
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Start/Pause $
Turn on the tap
For starting / pausing the washing
cycle
Programme selector
For switching the machine on
and off and for selecting the
programme. Can be rotated
in either direction
Add detergent and care product
Add the appropriate amount according to:
Amount of laundry, level of soiling, water hardness (ask your water supply
company) and manufacturer’s instructions.
Pour liquid detergent into the appropriate dispenser.
During operation: take care when opening the detergent drawer!
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Detergent drawer
with dispenser II, ~, I
8
Drum
Controlpanel
3
Removing the laundry
Compartment II: Detergent for the main
wash, water softener, bleach, stain
remover
Set the programme
Turn off the tap
Risk of electric
shock
– Never pull out the mains plug by pulling the power cord.
– Never insert/pull out the mains plug with wet hands.
– Make sure the cable is plugged into a socket which is correctly
conncted to a reliable earth connection.
Switch off
Risk of death
Appliances which have reached the end of their service life:
– Pull out the mains plug.
– Sever the power cord and discard together with the plug.
– Destroy the lock on the washing machine door.
This will prevent children from locking themselves in and putting their
lives at risk.
Set Programme selector to Off.
For detailed programme informaton , see programme overview a page
7.
Select additional functions
– Keep detergents and care products out of the reach of children.
Risk of explosion
– Caused by detergents containing solvents, e.g. stain remover/items
of washing pretreated with solvent naphtha may cause an explosion
after being loaded into the washing machine. Rinse such items
thoroughly by hand before putting them in the washing machine.
The (End) indicator light flashes.
Risk of injury
If you would like to terminate a programme:
– Turn the programme selector to Empty > or Spin Å.
– Press the Start/Pause $ button.
– Remove the laundry after the spinning cycle.
5
Indicator lights
In addition to the programme if
required
Indicate the status of the washing
machine
1
Washing machine door may become very hot.
Take care when draining hot detergent solution.
Do not climb on the washing machine.
Do not lean on the washing machine door when it is open.
Make sure that the pump cap is screwed on when the machine is
running, avoid water leakage and touching the components of pump
when they are in operation.
Maintenance cover
Indicator lights
Indicate the status of the programme cycle
Å (Spin), 2 (Rinse), 1 (Wash) illuminate when the Start/Pause $button is pressed and
the particular programme section is running.
(Ready) flashes: the programme is selected.
(End) flashes: the selected programme is finished.
Two indicator lights flash: Operation error.
Consumption values
Programme
duration***
Cottons LF 30 ॕ *
4,5 kg
0,43 kWh
54 l
1:40 h
Cottons LF 40 ॕ Eco*
4,5 kg
0,51 kWh
54 l
1:42 h
Cottons LF 60 ॕ
4,5 kg
0,94 kWh
54 l
1:57 h
Cottons LF 60 ॕ Eco*
4,5 kg
0,89 kWh
46 l
2:23 h
Preparing/Protecting the laundry and the machine
Cottons LF 90 ॕ
4,5 kg
1,45 kWh
59 l
1:49 h
– Brush sand out of pockets and cuffs/collars.
– Check for metal items (paperclips, etc.).
– Trousers,knitwear and knitted textiles, e.g. jersey garments,T-shirts or sweatshirts should
be turned inside out.
– Wash delicates in a net/bag (tights, curtains, underwired bras).
– Close zips,fasten pillow cases/cushion covers.
– Remove curtain runners or tie up in a net/bag.
Easy-Care 40 ॕ *
2,5 kg
0,44 kWh
51 l
1:15 h
Delicate 30 ॕ
2,0 kg
0,24 kWh
49 l
0:40 h
Wool O 30 ॕ
2,0 kg
0,14 kWh
39 l
0:57 h
*
Programme setting for testing in accordance with valid standard EN60456.
Note on comparative tests: For testing the test programmes, wash the specified load using the
maximum spin speed.
Programme
Wash new items separately.
Do not prewash.
If required, pretreat stains. Select + Prewash 760 ॕ
programme.
Load less laundry. Select + Prewash 760 ॕ programme.
Before washing for the first time
4
Higher water level and extended wash time
For areas with very soft water or for further improvement of the
rinsing result.
Water***
Light
3
Water plus =
Electricity
consumption***
Laundry with different levels of soiling
6
Before and while the selected programme is running, you can set
the spin speed. The effects depend on the programme progress.
The maximum selectable spin speed depends on the model and
on which programme is currently selected.
Load
Heavy
2
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÷
Programme
The programme starts.
Additional functions
–
–
–
–
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Important information
... or terminate the progarmme
For additional functions , see the function instruction a page 6.
Press the Start/Pause $button
Programme ended when ...
Risk of poisioning
If you have accidentally selected the wrong programme:
– Turn the programme selector to a newly selected
programme.
– If required, select additional functions.
– Press the Start/Pause $button, new programme
starts.
4
Additional functions
ʑ Buttons for additional functions In addition to the programme if required
– Read and follow the operating and installation instructions and all other information
enclosed with the washing machine.
– Retain documents for subsequent use.
Changing the programme ...
Compartment ~ : Fabric softener,
impregnating agent, starch
Compartment I: Detergent for pre–wash
Safety instructions
Open the washing machine door and remove the laundry.
Leave the door and detergent drawer open to allow the
interior of the machine to dry.
Risk of suffocation – Keep packaging, plastic film and packaging parts out of the reach of
children.
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Dilute viscous fabric softener and fabric conditioner with water. This
prevents blockages.
Protection of the environment/Conservation tips
– Load the maximum amount of laundry for the particular
programme.
– Wash normally soiled laundry without prewash.
– Select programme Cottons LF 40 ॕ Eco/60 ॕ Eco to achieve
a good cleaning result with significantly lower energy
consumption.
– Dose detergent according to the manufacturer’s instructions
and water hardness.
– If the laundry is to be subsequently dried in a tumble dryer, select
a spin speed as specified by the dryer manufacturer.
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Doorhandle
Contents
Page
Intended use ................................................................................... 1
Preparation ......................................................................................... 2
Washing ........................................................................................... 3/4
Safety instructions.............................................................................. 5
Important informations ..................................................................... 5
Additional functions ........................................................................... 6
Consumption values.......................................................................... 6
Programme overview........................................................................ 7
Cleaning and care ......................................................................... 8/9
Technical specification.................................................................... 10
Customer service ............................................................................. 10
What to do if...................................................................................... 11
1
Washing
Do not put any laundry in the washing machine. Turn on the tap, fill approx. 1 litre of water
and then pour ½ a measuring cup of detergent into dispenser II. Set the Easy-Care 40 ॕ
programme and press Start/Pause $.
5
At the end of the programme, set the programme selector toOff.
Cottons LF 40 ॕ Eco/60 ॕ Eco **
Load
Annual energy
consumption
Annual water
consumption
4,5/2,25kg
155 kWh
8900 l
** Programme settings for testing and energy labelling in accordance with EU directive 2010/30/
EU with cold water (15 °C).
*** The values deviate from the indicated values depending on water pressure, hardness, and inlet
temperature, ambiente temperature, type, amount and soiling of the laundry, detergent used,
fluctuations in the power supply and selected additional functions.
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Cleaning and care
Detergent solution pump
–
–
–
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– Set the programme selector to Off, pull out the mains plug.
Wipe with a soft, damp cloth.
Do not use abrasive detergents.
Immediately remove washing and cleaning agent residue.
Do not clean the appliance with a water jet.
What to do if ...
ʑ Water is running out.
not flowing in.
ʑ Water
Detergent not washed in.
The (Ready) and (End)
Technical specifications
1
1. Open and remove the maintenance cover.
2
c
2. Carefully unscrew the pump cover - do not remove it completely.
1. Pull out, depress the insert and remove the drawer completely.
Robert Bosch Hausgeräte GmbH
Carl -Wery-Str.34
D-81739 Munich/Germany
– Risk of scalding! Allow detergent
solution to cool down!
– Turn off the tap!
Clean machine housing, control panel
... if it contains detergent or fabric softener residue.
a= 600 mm
b= 400 mm
c= 850 mm
indicator lights flash.
Net weight: 60kg
3. Let the water drain into a shallow container (let the remainder drip
onto a floor cloth). Repeat the operation until there is no water left.
a
2. Remove insert: Press the insert upwards with your finger.
4. Remove the pump cover. Remove foreign material/fluff from inside the
pump.
3. Clean the detergent dispenser and the insert with water and a brush.
4. Refit the insert and secure in place.
5. Insert the detergent drawer.
5. Clean the interior, pump cover thread and pump housing
(fan impeller in the detergent solution pump must be able to rotate).
b
2
1
For further information and a selection of our products
go to our web site: http://www.bosch-home.com
or contact our customer service centres
Leave the detergent drawer open so that residual water can evaporate.
Leave the washing machine door open so that the drum can dry.
Rust stains – use chlorine–free cleaning agent, not steel wool.
Descaling
Customer service
calling the customer service, please check whether you can eliminate the fault yourself
ʑ Before
a page 11 What to do if...
require advice, even during the warranty period, you will incur the costs for the callout
ʑ Ifofyora technician.
ʑ The contact details for all countries can be found in the enclosed after-sales service directory
calling customer service, please give the details of your address, telephone number,
ʑ When
fault description, purchase date, product number (E-Nr.) and the production number (FD) of
6. Refit the pump cover and screw on tightly.
Drum
7. Insert the maintenance cover and close it.
To prevent unused detergent from flowing into the outlet during the next
wash: pour 1 litre of water into dispenser II and start the Spin Å
programme.
No laundry in the machine!
This should be not be necessary if the detergent is dispensed correctly. However, follow
the instructions of the descaler manufacturer.
Filter in the water inlet hose
Frost protection
If the washing machine is located in a room which is exposed to freezing temperatures, any
residual water in both the pump and the water inlet hose must be drained every time after the
machine is used.
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1.
2.
Draining the pump a Page 9 Detergent solution pump
Draining the water inlet hose:
Turn the tap off.
Unscrew the hose from the tap and the rear of the appliance, drain out the water left inside
the inlet hose.
3. Before the next wash, screw the hose back on and check for leaks.
Reduce the water pressure in the supply hose:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn off the tap.
Select any programme (except Spin Å and Empty >).
Press Start/Pause $. Leave programme running for approx. 40 seconds.
Set the programme selector to Off. Pull out the mains plug.
E-Nr.
Product number
FD
These numbers are shown on the rating plate
which can be found on the frame of the open
door and also on the rear of the appliance.
This will ensure that the repair is carried out by trained service technicians who arrive
equipped with genuine spare parts for your appliance.
Clean the filter:
1. Remove the hose from the tap.
Clean the filter with a small brush.
Remove the hose from the rear of the appliance.
Remove filter with pliers and clean.
– Tap not open?
– Filter blocked? Clean filter a Page 9.
– Water inlet hose kinked or jammed?
Washing machine door cannot be – Safety function active. Programme stopped?
opened.
– Water in drum? Select Spin Å or Empty >.
Programme does not start.
The (Ready) and 2 (Rinse)
indicator lights flash.
– Start/Pause $ not selected.
– Washing machine door not closed properly.
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Detergent solution is not drained.
The 2 (Rinse) and (End)
indicator lights flash.
– Clean detergent solution pump a Page 9.
– Clean outlet pipe and/or drainage hose.
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Additional function could not
– Can the additional function be selected? a Page 7,
programme overview.
activate for selected programme.
Water not visible in the drum.
– Not a fault - water below the visible area.
Spin cycle actuated several times. – Not a fault - unbalanced load detection system adjusts
imbalance.
Detergent in chamber I is not
washed away.
– + Prewash 760 ॕ programme not selected ?
Detergent residue in the detergent – Detergent is damp or lumpy, clean the detergent
dispenser
dispenser a Page 8.
– Use the dosing aid for liquid detergent.
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Foam is coming out of the
detergent drawer.
– Too much detergent used?
Mix 1 tablespoon of fabric conditioner with ½ a litre of
water and pour into dispenser II in the detergent drawer.
– Reduce detergent dosage for the next wash cycle.
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Excessive noise, vibrations and
”wandering” during spin cycle.
– Appliance feet fixed?
Secure appliance feet a Installation instructions.
– Transportation bolt removed?
Remove transportation bolt a Installation instructions.
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Indicator lights do not function
while the appliance is running.
– Power failure?
– Circuit breaker tripped? Reset the circuit breaker/
change the fuse.
– If the fault occurs repeatedly, contact customer service.
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Programme sequence longer than – Not a fault-unbalanced load detection system is
usual
adjusting the imbalance by repeatedly distributing the
laundry .
– Not a fault - foam detection sysytem active.
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Detergent residues on the laundry – Occasionally, phosphate-free detergents contain waterinsoluble residues.
– Select Rinse or blush the laundry after washing.
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Washing result not satisfactory
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If you cannot correct a fault yourself or a repair is required:
– Set the programme selector to Off and pull the mains plug out of the socket.
– Turn off the tap and call the customer services.
Production number
Rely on the professionalism of the manufacturer. Please contact us.
– Fit/refit drainage hose.
– Tighten screw–fitting on the supply hose.
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the appliance to prevent unnecessary call-outs. This will save your additional costs.
or
– Soiling is greater than expected? Select a suitable
programme or reduce load.
– Detergent is underdosed?
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Washing machine WLX20061BY
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2. Reconnect the hose and check for leaks.
*
Rinse 2
Empty >
Spin Å
– Risk of electric shock!
Pull out the mains plug!
– Risk of explosion! No solvents!
Clean the detergent drawer ...
: Obligate; : optional.
2,0
cold, 30 ॕ
Wool O :
2,0
30 ॕ
Delicate 2,5
30, 40, 60ॕ
Easy-Care 4,5
Energy-intensive programme for heavily soiled hard-wearing
textiles made from cotton or linen
Easy-Care textiles made of cotton, linen, synthetic fibres or
blended fabrics
For delicate, washable textiles, e.g.made of silk, satin, synthetic fibres or blended fabrics
For hand and machine washable wool or wool-rich
textiles,e.g. cashmere, ohair or angora.
Also suited for hand washable silk
60 ॕ
4,5
40, 60 ॕ
Cottons LFEco
Cottons LF
+ Prewash 7
Cottons LF
30, 60, 90 ॕ
4,5
Hard-wearing textiles, heat-resistant textiles made of cotton
or linen
Hard-wearing textiles made of cotton or linen
II
Compartment * max. load Type of laundry
(kg)
ॕ
Progarmmes
(see also the information on page 6)
Programme overview
Cleaning and care
11
Intended use
Your washing machine
Congratulations – you have opted for a modern, high–quality
domestic appliance manufactured by Bosch. The washing machine
is distinguished by its economical use of water and energy .
Each appliance which leaves our factory is inspected thoroughly to
ensure that it functions properly and is in perfect condition.
For further information about products, accessories, spare parts and
service visit our web site: www.bosch-home.com or contact our
customer service centres.
Please read the instruction manual and installation
instructions supplied before switching on the washing
machine.
Environmental disposal
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally friendly manner.
This appliance has been identified in accordance with the European
Directive 2002/96/EG on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE).
The Directive specifies the framework for an EU-wide valid return and
recycling of waste appliances.
Preparation
ʋ For domestic use only.
ʋ For washing machine–washable fabrics in a detergent
solution.
ʋ To be operated with cold mains water and
commercially available detergents and care products
which are suitable for use in washing machines.
ʋ The washing machine may be operated by children
from 8 years of age, by persons who have limited physical, sensory or mental abilities and by persons who
have inade-quate experience or knowledge, provided
they are super-vised or have been instructed by a responsible person.
.
– Follow the safety instructions on Page 5!
– Do not leave children unattended near the
washing machine!
– Children must not play with the appliance.
– Children must not perform any cleaning or
maintenance work without supervision!
– Keep pets away from the washing machine!
Correct installation according to
separate installation instructions.
Remove the transport bolts and install
the bottom cover before using the
appliance for the first time!
Check the machine
O
– Never switch on a damaged machine!
– Inform your after-sales service!
Insert the mains plug
With dry hands only!
Only hold the plug by the plug
body!
Turn on the tap
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Intended use ................................................................................... 1
Preparation ......................................................................................... 2
Washing ........................................................................................... 3/4
Safety instructions.............................................................................. 5
Important informations ..................................................................... 5
Additional functions ........................................................................... 6
Consumption values.......................................................................... 6
Programme overview........................................................................ 7
Cleaning and care ......................................................................... 8/9
Technical specification.................................................................... 10
Customer service ............................................................................. 10
What to do if...................................................................................... 11
Start/Pause $
For starting / pausing the washing
cycle
Programme selector
For switching the machine on
and off and for selecting the
programme. Can be rotated
in either direction
Compartment II: Detergent for the main
wash, water softener, bleach, stain
remover
Compartment ~ : Fabric softener,
impregnating agent, starch
Compartment I: Detergent for pre–wash
F
Protection of the environment/Conservation tips
– Load the maximum amount of laundry for the particular
programme.
– Wash normally soiled laundry without prewash.
– Select programme Cottons LF 40 ॕ Eco/60 ॕ Eco to achieve
a good cleaning result with significantly lower energy
consumption.
– Dose detergent according to the manufacturer’s instructions
and water hardness.
– If the laundry is to be subsequently dried in a tumble dryer, select
a spin speed as specified by the dryer manufacturer.
Additional functions
Indicator lights
In addition to the programme if
required
Indicate the status of the washing
machine
1
2
The machine was tested before leaving the factory.To remove any water
left over from testing procedures, the first washing cycle should be
carried out without any laundry in the machine a Page 5.
Sort and load the laundry
Follow manufacturer’s care information!
Sort according to the information on the care labels.
Sort according to type, colour, level of soiling and temperature.
Do not exceed the maximum load a Page 7.
Observe the instructions in the Important information section a Page 5!
Load both large and small items of washing together!
Close the washing machine door
Take care not to trap any items of clothing
between the loading door and rubber seal.
1
2
Washing
Detergent drawer
with dispenser II, ~, I
Drum
10
Removing the laundry
Open the washing machine door and remove the laundry.
Leave the door and detergent drawer open to allow the
interior of the machine to dry.
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Turn off the tap
8
Switch off
7
Programme ended when ...
Controlpanel
Set Programme selector to Off.
Doorhandle
Add detergent and care product
Add the appropriate amount according to:
Amount of laundry, level of soiling, water hardness (ask your water supply
company) and manufacturer’s instructions.
Pour liquid detergent into the appropriate dispenser.
During operation: take care when opening the detergent drawer!
3
Changing the programme ...
If you have accidentally selected the wrong programme:
– Turn the programme selector to a newly selected
programme.
– If required, select additional functions.
– Press the Start/Pause $button, new programme
starts.
Dilute viscous fabric softener and fabric conditioner with water. This
prevents blockages.
Set the programme
For detailed programme informaton , see programme overview a page
7.
Select additional functions
... or terminate the progarmme
4
If you would like to terminate a programme:
– Turn the programme selector to Empty > or Spin Å.
– Press the Start/Pause $ button.
– Remove the laundry after the spinning cycle.
5
Maintenance cover
For additional functions , see the function instruction a page 6.
Press the Start/Pause $button
The (End) indicator light flashes.
6
The programme starts.
3
4
Safety instructions
Additional functions
ʑ Buttons for additional functions In addition to the programme if required
– Read and follow the operating and installation instructions and all other information
enclosed with the washing machine.
– Retain documents for subsequent use.
Risk of electric
shock
– Never pull out the mains plug by pulling the power cord.
– Never insert/pull out the mains plug with wet hands.
– Make sure the cable is plugged into a socket which is correctly
conncted to a reliable earth connection.
Risk of death
Appliances which have reached the end of their service life:
– Pull out the mains plug.
– Sever the power cord and discard together with the plug.
– Destroy the lock on the washing machine door.
This will prevent children from locking themselves in and putting their
lives at risk.
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Risk of suffocation – Keep packaging, plastic film and packaging parts out of the reach of
children.
Risk of poisioning
– Keep detergents and care products out of the reach of children.
Risk of explosion
– Caused by detergents containing solvents, e.g. stain remover/items
of washing pretreated with solvent naphtha may cause an explosion
after being loaded into the washing machine. Rinse such items
thoroughly by hand before putting them in the washing machine.
Risk of injury
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Washing machine door may become very hot.
Take care when draining hot detergent solution.
Do not climb on the washing machine.
Do not lean on the washing machine door when it is open.
Make sure that the pump cap is screwed on when the machine is
running, avoid water leakage and touching the components of pump
when they are in operation.
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Before and while the selected programme is running, you can set
the spin speed. The effects depend on the programme progress.
The maximum selectable spin speed depends on the model and
on which programme is currently selected.
Water plus =
Higher water level and extended wash time
For areas with very soft water or for further improvement of the
rinsing result.
Indicator lights
Indicate the status of the programme cycle
Å (Spin), 2 (Rinse), 1 (Wash) illuminate when the Start/Pause $button is pressed and
the particular programme section is running.
(Ready) flashes: the programme is selected.
(End) flashes: the selected programme is finished.
Two indicator lights flash: Operation error.
Consumption values
Programme
Load
Electricity
consumption***
Water***
Programme
duration***
Cottons LF 30 ॕ *
4,5 kg
0,43 kWh
54 l
1:40 h
Cottons LF 40 ॕ Eco*
4,5 kg
0,51 kWh
54 l
1:42 h
Cottons LF 60 ॕ
4,5 kg
0,94 kWh
54 l
1:57 h
Cottons LF 60 ॕ Eco*
4,5 kg
0,89 kWh
46 l
2:23 h
Preparing/Protecting the laundry and the machine
Cottons LF 90 ॕ
4,5 kg
1,45 kWh
59 l
1:49 h
– Brush sand out of pockets and cuffs/collars.
– Check for metal items (paperclips, etc.).
– Trousers,knitwear and knitted textiles, e.g. jersey garments,T-shirts or sweatshirts should
be turned inside out.
– Wash delicates in a net/bag (tights, curtains, underwired bras).
– Close zips,fasten pillow cases/cushion covers.
– Remove curtain runners or tie up in a net/bag.
Easy-Care 40 ॕ *
2,5 kg
0,44 kWh
51 l
1:15 h
Delicate 30 ॕ
2,0 kg
0,24 kWh
49 l
0:40 h
Wool O 30 ॕ
2,0 kg
0,14 kWh
39 l
0:57 h
Important information
Laundry with different levels of soiling
Light
Heavy
Programme setting for testing in accordance with valid standard EN60456.
Note on comparative tests: For testing the test programmes, wash the specified load using the
maximum spin speed.
Programme
Wash new items separately.
Do not prewash.
If required, pretreat stains. Select + Prewash 760 ॕ
programme.
*
Load less laundry. Select + Prewash 760 ॕ programme.
Before washing for the first time
Do not put any laundry in the washing machine. Turn on the tap, fill approx. 1 litre of water
and then pour ½ a measuring cup of detergent into dispenser II. Set the Easy-Care 40 ॕ
programme and press Start/Pause $.
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At the end of the programme, set the programme selector toOff.
Cottons LF 40 ॕ Eco/60 ॕ Eco **
Load
Annual energy
consumption
Annual water
consumption
4,5/2,25kg
155 kWh
8900 l
** Programme settings for testing and energy labelling in accordance with EU directive 2010/30/
EU with cold water (15 °C).
*** The values deviate from the indicated values depending on water pressure, hardness, and inlet
temperature, ambiente temperature, type, amount and soiling of the laundry, detergent used,
fluctuations in the power supply and selected additional functions.
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Water
plus
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Wipe with a soft, damp cloth.
Do not use abrasive detergents.
Immediately remove washing and cleaning agent residue.
Do not clean the appliance with a water jet.
Clean the detergent drawer ...
... if it contains detergent or fabric softener residue.
Robert Bosch Hausgeräte GmbH
Carl -Wery-Str.34
D-81739 Munich/Germany
1. Pull out, depress the insert and remove the drawer completely.
2. Remove insert: Press the insert upwards with your finger.
3. Clean the detergent dispenser and the insert with water and a brush.
4. Refit the insert and secure in place.
5. Insert the detergent drawer.
For further information and a selection of our products
go to our web site: http://www.bosch-home.com
or contact our customer service centres
Leave the detergent drawer open so that residual water can evaporate.
Drum
Leave the washing machine door open so that the drum can dry.
Rust stains – use chlorine–free cleaning agent, not steel wool.
Descaling
No laundry in the machine!
This should be not be necessary if the detergent is dispensed correctly. However, follow
the instructions of the descaler manufacturer.
Frost protection
If the washing machine is located in a room which is exposed to freezing temperatures, any
residual water in both the pump and the water inlet hose must be drained every time after the
machine is used.
Draining the pump a Page 9 Detergent solution pump
Draining the water inlet hose:
Turn the tap off.
Unscrew the hose from the tap and the rear of the appliance, drain out the water left inside
the inlet hose.
3. Before the next wash, screw the hose back on and check for leaks.
: Obligate; : optional.
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2.
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Rinse 2
Empty >
Spin Å
2,0
cold, 30 ॕ
Wool O :
2,0
30 ॕ
Delicate 2,5
30, 40, 60ॕ
Easy-Care 4,5
60 ॕ
Energy-intensive programme for heavily soiled hard-wearing
textiles made from cotton or linen
Easy-Care textiles made of cotton, linen, synthetic fibres or
blended fabrics
For delicate, washable textiles, e.g.made of silk, satin, synthetic fibres or blended fabrics
For hand and machine washable wool or wool-rich
textiles,e.g. cashmere, ohair or angora.
Also suited for hand washable silk
4,5
Cottons LFEco
Cottons LF
+ Prewash 7
40, 60 ॕ
Hard-wearing textiles, heat-resistant textiles made of cotton
or linen
Hard-wearing textiles made of cotton or linen
4,5
30, 60, 90 ॕ
Cottons LF
– Risk of electric shock!
Pull out the mains plug!
– Risk of explosion! No solvents!
Clean machine housing, control panel
WLX20061BY
I
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II
Compartment * max. load Type of laundry
(kg)
ॕ
Progarmmes
(see also the information on page 6)
Programme overview
Cleaning and care
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8
Cleaning and care
– Risk of scalding! Allow detergent
solution to cool down!
– Turn off the tap!
Detergent solution pump
Technical specifications
1
– Set the programme selector to Off, pull out the mains plug.
1. Open and remove the maintenance cover.
2
c
2. Carefully unscrew the pump cover - do not remove it completely.
a= 600 mm
b= 400 mm
c= 850 mm
Net weight: 60kg
3. Let the water drain into a shallow container (let the remainder drip
onto a floor cloth). Repeat the operation until there is no water left.
a
4. Remove the pump cover. Remove foreign material/fluff from inside the
pump.
5. Clean the interior, pump cover thread and pump housing
(fan impeller in the detergent solution pump must be able to rotate).
b
2
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Customer service
calling the customer service, please check whether you can eliminate the fault yourself
ʑ Before
a page 11 What to do if...
require advice, even during the warranty period, you will incur the costs for the callout
ʑ Ifofyora technician.
ʑ The contact details for all countries can be found in the enclosed after-sales service directory
calling customer service, please give the details of your address, telephone number,
ʑ When
fault description, purchase date, product number (E-Nr.) and the production number (FD) of
6. Refit the pump cover and screw on tightly.
7. Insert the maintenance cover and close it.
To prevent unused detergent from flowing into the outlet during the next
wash: pour 1 litre of water into dispenser II and start the Spin Å
programme.
Filter in the water inlet hose
the appliance to prevent unnecessary call-outs. This will save your additional costs.
Reduce the water pressure in the supply hose:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn off the tap.
Select any programme (except Spin Å and Empty >).
Press Start/Pause $. Leave programme running for approx. 40 seconds.
Set the programme selector to Off. Pull out the mains plug.
E-Nr.
Product number
FD
These numbers are shown on the rating plate
which can be found on the frame of the open
door and also on the rear of the appliance.
Production number
Rely on the professionalism of the manufacturer. Please contact us.
This will ensure that the repair is carried out by trained service technicians who arrive
equipped with genuine spare parts for your appliance.
Clean the filter:
1. Remove the hose from the tap.
Clean the filter with a small brush.
or
Remove the hose from the rear of the appliance.
Remove filter with pliers and clean.
2. Reconnect the hose and check for leaks.
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10
What to do if ...
ʑ Water is running out.
not flowing in.
ʑ Water
Detergent not washed in.
The (Ready) and (End)
indicator lights flash.
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– Fit/refit drainage hose.
– Tighten screw–fitting on the supply hose.
– Tap not open?
– Filter blocked? Clean filter a Page 9.
– Water inlet hose kinked or jammed?
Washing machine door cannot be – Safety function active. Programme stopped?
opened.
– Water in drum? Select Spin Å or Empty >.
Programme does not start.
The (Ready) and 2 (Rinse)
indicator lights flash.
– Start/Pause $ not selected.
– Washing machine door not closed properly.
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Detergent solution is not drained.
The 2 (Rinse) and (End)
indicator lights flash.
– Clean detergent solution pump a Page 9.
– Clean outlet pipe and/or drainage hose.
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Additional function could not
– Can the additional function be selected? a Page 7,
programme overview.
activate for selected programme.
Water not visible in the drum.
– Not a fault - water below the visible area.
Spin cycle actuated several times. – Not a fault - unbalanced load detection system adjusts
imbalance.
Detergent in chamber I is not
washed away.
– + Prewash 760 ॕ programme not selected ?
Detergent residue in the detergent – Detergent is damp or lumpy, clean the detergent
dispenser
dispenser a Page 8.
– Use the dosing aid for liquid detergent.
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Foam is coming out of the
detergent drawer.
– Too much detergent used?
Mix 1 tablespoon of fabric conditioner with ½ a litre of
water and pour into dispenser II in the detergent drawer.
– Reduce detergent dosage for the next wash cycle.
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Excessive noise, vibrations and
”wandering” during spin cycle.
– Appliance feet fixed?
Secure appliance feet a Installation instructions.
– Transportation bolt removed?
Remove transportation bolt a Installation instructions.
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Indicator lights do not function
while the appliance is running.
– Power failure?
– Circuit breaker tripped? Reset the circuit breaker/
change the fuse.
– If the fault occurs repeatedly, contact customer service.
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Programme sequence longer than – Not a fault-unbalanced load detection system is
usual
adjusting the imbalance by repeatedly distributing the
laundry .
– Not a fault - foam detection sysytem active.
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Detergent residues on the laundry – Occasionally, phosphate-free detergents contain waterinsoluble residues.
– Select Rinse or blush the laundry after washing.
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Washing result not satisfactory
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If you cannot correct a fault yourself or a repair is required:
– Set the programme selector to Off and pull the mains plug out of the socket.
– Turn off the tap and call the customer services.
– Soiling is greater than expected? Select a suitable
programme or reduce load.
– Detergent is underdosed?
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