G6FLWW17
6KG WASHING MACHINE
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Contents
Guide to the Appliance
2
Caring for the Environment
3
Safety Information and Warnings
4
Items in the Box
6
Getting Started
7
Basic Set Up
9
Operation Instructions
11
Troubleshooting16
Care and Maintenance
19
Technical Specifications
22
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Guide to the Appliance
Detergent
Drawer
Control
Panel
Door
Drain
Hose
Service
Panel
Control Panel
NOTE: Due to production improvements, the appliance may differ slightly from the
diagram shown. Diagrams in this instruction manual are for reference only.
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Caring for the Environment
Responsible disposal of the packaging
The packaging of your appliance has been selected from environmentally friendly
materials and can usually be recycled. Please ensure these are disposed of correctly.
Plastic wrapping can be a suffocation hazard for babies and young children, please
ensure all packaging materials are out of reach and are safely disposed of. Please
ensure they are offered for recycling rather than throwing these materials away.
Responsible disposal of the appliance
At the end of its working life, do not throw this appliance out with your household
rubbish. An environmentally friendly method of disposal will ensure that valuable raw
materials can be recovered and used again.
Electrical and electronic appliances contain materials and substances which, if handled
or disposed of incorrectly, could be potentially hazardous on the environment and
human health.
Observe any local regulations regarding the disposal of electrical consumer goods and
dispose of it appropriately. Contact your local authorities for advice on recycling facilities
in your area.
The plug must be rendered useless and the cable cut off directly behind the appliance or
the machine to prevent misuse.
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Safety Information and Warnings
For your continued safety and to reduce the risk of injury or electric shock, please follow all
the safety precautions listed below.
WARNING!
• If you will not be using the washing machine for a while such as when you go on holiday,
disconnect the plug from the mains supply and turn off the water supply to the washing
machine. This is particularly important if there is no drainage around the washing
machine.
• If the water supply is left on, water pressure may build up and cause a leak.
General Use
• Transit bolts are used to transport the washing machine. You should remove these using a
spanner or similar tool before you install the washing machine. If you do not, it will cause
strong vibrations when the washing machine is spinning.
• Do not install your washing machine anywhere that is damp or exposed to the weather. If
you do, it may cause an electric shock, fire, failure or deterioration.
• Do not pour water directly onto any part of the washing machine. It may cause a short
circuit or electric shock.
• Keep flammable substances well away from the washing machine – for example
kerosene, gasoline, benzene, paint thinner and alcohol, or clothing soaked with these.
They may cause an explosion or a fire.
• This washing machine is only suitable for washing textiles labelled ‘washing machine
washable’.
• CAUTION: Do not connect the washing machine to hot water. The washing machine
works with cold water only.
• Before you start using the washing machine, turn the tap on to check that the hose is
properly connected. If it’s not, there may be a water leak.
• Do not put too much laundry or detergent into the washing machine. It may cause issues
with the washing machine or laundry.
• Be careful not to get your laundry caught in the door when you close it. This could cause a
water leak or damage your laundry.
• This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar applications such as:
- staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments;
- farm houses;
- by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments;
- bed and breakfast type environments.
• This appliance is not intended to be used in areas for communal use in blocks of flats or
in launderettes.
Power Source and Cable
• Use an independent household dedicated mains socket, rated at 10 Amp 220V to 240V
AC. If the washing machine is plugged in with other appliances, it may overheat and
cause a fire.
• Make sure the mains plug is pushed firmly into the socket. A loose connection may
overheat and cause electrical shock or a fire.
• Check the mains lead and mains plug for any damage. If the mains cable is damaged,
it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
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Safety Information and Warnings
• Unplug the mains lead when cleaning the washing machine.
• Do not touch the mains lead or mains plug with wet hands. It may cause an electric shock.
• Check the mains plug regularly for dirt. If dirt accumulates on the mains plug, it could
cause a fire. To prevent this, unplug the cable and clean the mains plug with a dry rag.
• If you disconnect the mains plug, hold onto the mains plug not the cable. Pulling the cable
may cause an electric shock or a fire.
• Do not use a mains plug adapter or extension cable. It may overheat and cause a fire.
• Make sure your home voltage matches the voltage displayed on the washing machine. If
you are not sure, contact an electrician.
• The mains plug must remain accessible to allow disconnection or an all pole switch must
be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring regulations.
To Prevent Injury / Damage
• Do not climb on the washing machine. You may hurt yourself or damage the washing
machine.
• When opening and closing the door ensure you keep fingers away from the door hinge,
or this could lead to injury.
• Check your washing for objects such as nails, pins, coins, clips etc. They could damage
your laundry or the washing machine.
• To prevent any large, heavy objects (e.g., buckles, large buttons, etc.) from hitting the
glass door, turn your clothing inside out or remove the heavy objects. They could damage
your laundry or the washing machine.
• Do not wash, rinse or spin water-proof sheets or clothing. These may cause vibration or
washing machine failure during spin-drying, which could lead to injury, damage to the
washing machine or damage due to water leaking.
• Be careful when draining hot water or any detergent from the drum.
• Do not dismantle, repair or modify the washing machine. The washing machine could
malfunction and cause a fire or injury.
• This appliance is not to be used by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety. Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• The appliance is to be connected to the water mains using the new hose-set supplied. Old
hose-sets should not be reused.
• The ventilation openings in the base of the washing machine must not be obstructed by a
carpet.
WARNING
IT IS HAZARDOUS FOR ANYONE OTHER THAN AUTHORISED SERVICE
PERSONNEL TO CARRY OUT SERVICING OR REPAIRS WHICH INVOLVE THE
REMOVAL OF COVERS.
TO AVOID THE RISK OF AN ELECTRICAL SHOCK DO NOT ATTEMPT REPAIRS
YOURSELF.
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Items in the Box
Remove all items from the packaging. Retain the packaging. If you dispose of it please
do so according to local regulations.
The following items are included:
Transport Hole Plug
Main unit
Water
Supply
Hose
Drain Hose
Support
Instruction
Manual
Instruction Manual
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Getting Started
Please Read And Follow The Instructions Carefully.
• In addition to the instructions mentioned here, special regulations of the relevant
water and power supply companies may apply. If in doubt, have the washing machine
connected by a qualified technician.
• The washing machine is heavy - caution when lifting it. Do not lift by projecting
components (e.g. washing machine door).
• Warning: Frozen hoses may tear/burst. Do not install washing machine in outdoor
areas or where there is a risk of frost.
• Lay hoses and cables in such a way that there is no risk of tripping over them.
NOTE: An additional space (approximately 120mm) is required at the rear of the washing
machine. This is to allow enough space for the water hose and drain hose connections.
Choosing the right location for your washing machine
• Make sure there’s enough space for your washing machine.
• Install your washing machine on a flat, stable surface to avoid excessive vibrations
and noise.
• Don’t install your washing machine in direct sunlight or in a place where temperatures
can reach freezing.
• The ventilation openings in the base of the washing machine must not be obstructed
by carpet.
• Start by tilting the washing machine backwards.
• One person should stand behind it, holding the rear of the top panel. The other
person should grip the bottom feet at the front.
• Check that you have all the required accessories for installation.
• We recommend that you entrust the installation of the washing machine to a qualified
technician.
Removing the transport bolts
Transport bolts keep the interior of the washing machine in place while it’s being
moved.
They need to be removed before installation. Use a spanner (not supplied) and follow
the instructions detailed below.
NOTE: Don’t run the washing machine without removing the transport bolts, as this can
cause excessive vibrations and may damage your machine.
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Getting Started
To remove the transport bolts:
1. Use a spanner to loosen the bolts. They are
located at the rear of the washing machine.
2. Pull the bolts out horizontally. Make sure the entire
bolt is removed.
1
2
3
3. Push the transport hole plugs (included with your
accessories) into the respective bolt holes.
You’ll need the transport bolts again if you move the washing machine, so make sure
you keep them in a safe place.
Moving the washing machine from one location to another
Before you move the washing machine:
• Shut off the tap and run the washing machine to drain the water. Drain any remaining
water from the pump hose.
• Disconnect the mains cable.
• Attach the transport bolts.
NOTE: Make sure to fix the transport bolts prior to moving the washing machine.
Two or more people are required to move
the washing machine.
Levelling the washing machine
There are levelling feet on the underside of the washing machine. They must be adjusted
to make sure the washing machine is level.
1. On each foot, loosen the lock ring by turning it clockwise.
2. Adjust all feet by rotating each upwards or downwards.
3. Use a spirit level to ensure the washing machine is level.
4. Tighten each lock ring by turning them anti-clockwise
(towards the washing machine body).
Ensure all lock rings are tightened securely. Check that the feet are still bolted to the
washing machine - if they’re unbolted, the washing machine will move around.
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Basic Set Up
Connecting the water supply hose
1. To prevent leakage from the
connection joints, ensure the rubber
washer seals are fitted to each end
of the water supply hose. Do not use
without the seals in place.
3/4”
min. 10 mm
3/4”
min. 10 mm
Plastic joint
2. Fit the straight end of the water supply
hose to the cold water tap.
3. Connect the angled end of the hose to the water inlet valve on the machine. Hand
tighten the plastic parts of the connections. If you are unsure, please call a qualified
plumber for safer connections.
4. Open the tap slowly and check that there are no leaks around the connection joints.
Points to remember
• Follow the instructions in this section to avoid water leaks.
• Don’t connect the hose to a combination tap.
• Don’t twist, squash, modify or cut the hose.
• This machine is designed to connect to the cold water supply. Do not connect to the
hot water supply.
• Use only the new water supply hose supplied. Old hose sets should not be reused.
Water drain hose
Points to remember:
• Don’t twist, pull out or bend the drain hose.
• Your washing machine should be no more than 85 cm from the drain outlet.
• The water drain hose should be mounted at a height of minimum 60 cm, maximum
100 cm from the ground.
• Before connecting to the waste pipe, make sure to check the waste pipe and remove
any stopper or blockage inside, otherwise the unit may not be able to expel the waste
water properly.
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Basic Set Up
Draining to a sink or wash-basin
• Secure the drain hose in position, so it can’t drop
out of the basin.
• Don’t block the basin’s drain outlet, and make sure
that the drainage through it is sufficient to prevent
overflowing.
• Don’t let the tip of the drain hose dip into the
drained water, as this can cause the water to flow
back into the washing machine.
Connecting to the power supply
For your safety:
• Make sure the power supply system (current, power voltage and wire) at your home
can meet the normal loading requirements of the unit.
• Connect the power to a socket which is correctly installed and properly earthed.
• Make sure the power voltage at your place is same to that in the machine’s rating
label.
• Do not use a power plug adapter or extension cable.
• Do not connect and pull out the plug with wet hands.
• When connecting and pulling out the plug, hold the plug tightly and then pull it out.
Do not pull power cord forcibly.
• If the power cable or power plug is damaged, stop using them and call a qualified
technician for assistance.
• The power plug must remain accessible to allow disconnection or an all pole switch
must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules.
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Operation Instructions
Organising laundry
• Read the washing label on each garment to help you sort your washing into different
loads.
• Sort the laundry by colour, type of fabric and by how soiled it is. This will help you
choose the correct program and temperature for each wash.
• Do not exceed the maximum load! See the program selection table for the maximum
load for the program you require.
Preparing laundry
• Treat stains before washing.
• Some items should be put into a cleaning net before going into the washing machine,
i.e. bras with metal wires, tights and lace clothing to prevent damage.
• Check that pockets do not contain any objects which may damage your clothes and
the washing machine.
• Tie up any loose strings on laundry, close zippers and reverse clothing with zips inside
out.
• To prevent any large, heavy objects (e.g., buckles, large buttons, etc.) from hitting the
glass door, turn your clothing inside out, or remove the heavy objects. These could
damage your laundry or the washing machine.
• Remove any surplus hair, animal fur, sand, and other materials with a brush before
washing.
• If clothes have raised fabric turn them inside out.
• Clothes that are not colour fast should be washed separately.
• Insert your clothes into the washing machine. Close the washing machine door.
Ensure that you do not trap any items of clothing between the loading door and the
rubber seal.
• Don’t overload the drum as it may cause excessive vibrations or damage the washing
machine.
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Operation Instructions
Adding detergent and softener
• Add detergent into the appropriate
dispenser. If prewash function is selected, put
detergent into compartment I. If no prewash
function is selected, only put detergent into
compartment II. But if your laundry is very
dirty, you can select prewash function on top
of the wash program and put detergent into
both compartments.
Detergent
Softener
Detergent
• Add softener into the softener compartment
before you start washing.
• Apply detergent and softener according to the washing amount, the soiling level, the
water hardness in your area and the manufacturer’s instructions of these products.
• Do not use the washing machine when the detergent drawer is removed. It may cause
water to leak or it may not work normally.
• To prevent powder detergent staying in the drawer, dry the inside of the drawer with a
cloth. Make sure the powder isn’t lumpy when you add it into the drawer.
• If the rinse cycle isn’t removing all the detergent from your wash, use less detergent.
• Softener and liquid detergent should not exceed the maximum level in the
compartment.
• Wash out unused softener with a splash of water or a damp cloth after the program
has finished.
• You can use liquid detergents in all programs.
• Dilute viscous liquid detergent, fabric softener and fabric conditioner with water.
Prevent blockage of the overflow.
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Operation Instructions
Before first use
Before washing your clothes for the first time, run a full wash program first:
1. Connect the machine to the mains power supply and the water supply.
2. Put a small amount of detergent in the detergent drawer. Close the drawer.
3. Select a wash program.
4. Press the Pause / Start button.
NOTE: Water is poured into the washing machine to perform an inspection at the time
of shipment from the factory, so there may be drops of water or condensation in the
washing machine. This is not an indication of a malfunction.
Standard washing
1. pull the door handle and put the laundry in the drum. Make sure no washing gets
caught in the door. Close the door.
2. Turn the Program Selection Dial to select your wash program according to the
type of fabric.
3. Select other function options to use for washing:
• Press the PREWASH button to perform an extra wash before main wash.
• Press the EXTRA RINSE button to perform an extra rinse once.
• Press the NO SPIN button to stop the machine from spinning the laundry.
4. Add detergent into the detergent drawer. The quantity of detergent will depend on the
amount of laundry, the degree of soiling and the water hardness. Use the amount of
detergent suggested on the packaging.
5. Press the Pause / Start button to start the washing. If you need to change a setting
after the wash has started, turn the dial to OFF, then re-select the desired program,
press Pause / Start button.
6. The washing machine will sound when the program is complete.
NOTE:
• During initial start-up and use of the unit, there may be a slight smell while the motor
is settling in. This is not a fault; this is normal operation.
• If the door is locked and you switched the washing machine off and then on - or if
there’s a power cut - it will stay locked for 1 minute.
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Operation Instructions
Selecting the program (maximum amount of dry clothing/cloth to be washed
is 6kg)
Program
Max.
load
(kg)
Cotton ECO
40°C
6.0
Cotton ECO
60°C(2)
6.0
Cotton
Detergent
compartment
I
II
Default
temp.
(°C)
Default
spin speed
(rpm)
Default
time(1)
(hour)
X
O
40
1200
1:39
X
O
60
1200
5:26
6.0
O
O
Cold
1200
1:35
Cotton 20°C
6.0
O
O
20
1200
1:19
Cotton 30°C
6.0
O
O
30
1200
1:20
Cotton 40°C
6.0
O
O
40
1200
1:40
Cotton 60°C
6.0
O
O
60
1200
1:45
Cotton 90°C
6.0
O
O
90
1200
2:40
Synthetic
3.0
O
O
Cold
1000
1:18
Synthetic 40°C
3.0
O
O
40
1000
1:33
Synthetic 60°C
3.0
O
O
60
1000
1:43
Drum Clean
-
X
X
X
90
400
1:21
Spin Only
6.0
X
X
X
-
1200
0:12
Drain Only
-
X
X
X
-
0
0:01
Rinse & Spin
6.0
X
X
O
-
1200
0:31
Delicate 30°C
2.5
X
O
30
600
1:00
Delicate
2.5
X
O
Cold
600
0:55
Ends in 9H
(3)
6.0
X
O
40
1000
1:13
Ends in 6H
(3)
6.0
X
O
40
1000
1:13
Ends in 3H
(3)
6.0
X
O
40
1000
1:13
Daily Wash 45’
2.0
X
O
30
800
0:45
Daily Wash 30’
2.0
X
O
20
800
0:30
Daily Wash 20’
2.0
X
O
Cold
800
0:20
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Operation Instructions
NOTE:
Means must
O Means optional
X Means not necessary
Energy test program: Cotton ECO 60˚C (under the highest speed; others as the
default)
Half load for 6.0kg machine: 3.0kg.
For reference only; the actual program time may vary, depending on the different
parameters and load.
(1)
(2)
“Cotton ECO 60°” is the standard washing program to which the information in the
label relates, and it is suitable to clean normally soiled cotton laundry and that it is
the most efficient program in terms of combined energy and water consumptions for
washing that type of cotton laundry, that the actual water temperature may differ from
the declared cycle temperature.
(3)
The delay end program “Ends in 3H/6H/9H” sets the machine to have your clothes
ready in 3/6/9 hours, starting count after pressing the Pause / Start button. The total
ending hour (3h, 6h, 9h) includes the delayed time and washing time.
Muting and turning on the sound
The machine will beep when buttons are pressed.
• To mute the sound, press the PREWASH button for 3 seconds after starting the wash
program.
• To turn on the sound, press the PREWASH button again for 3 seconds.
NOTE: The setting will be kept until the next reset.
How to set the child lock
The Child Lock prevents children from accidentally changing a wash program:
• When the washing machine is in operation, press and hold the EXTRA RINSE and NO
SPIN buttons at the same time for 3 seconds to set the child lock. The Child Lock icon
will light to indicate that the child lock is active.
• If a function button of the control knob is operated while the child lock is active, the
machine will beep to indicate that the child lock is in effect.
• To deactivate child lock, press and hold the EXTRA RINSE and NO SPIN buttons until
the Child Lock icon LED goes out.
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Troubleshooting
Issues
Reasons
Solutions
• Check if the door is closed tightly.
• Check if the power plug is inserted
well.
Washing machine
cannot start up
• Check if the water supply tap is
opened.
• Check if the Pause/Start button is
pressed.
Heating fault
Water leakage
• NTC is damaged
and heating pipe is
aging.
• The connection
between inlet pipe
or outlet hose and
tap or washing
machine is not
tight.
• Can normally wash the clothes.
• Contact GVA customer care.
• Check and fasten water pipes.
• Clean up outlet hose or contact GVA
customer care.
• Drain pipe in the
room is blocked.
Water has
overflowed from
the bottom of the
machine
• The inlet pipe is
not connected
firmly.
• Fix the inlet pipe.
• Replace the drain hose.
• Outlet hose has
water leakage.
• Power is
disconnected.
Indicator or
display does not
light
• Check if the power is turned on
and the power plug is connected
correctly.
• PC board has
problems.
• Harness has
connection
problem.
• Contact GVA customer care.
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Troubleshooting
Issues
Detergent
residues in the
dispenser
Washing is still
dirty
Reasons
Solutions
• Washing powder
is damp and
agglomerated.
• Clean and wipe the dispenser.
• Use liquid detergents or change
detergent.
• Too much
detergent was
used.
• Use less detergent.
• Liquid detergent is
too viscous.
• Dilute liquid detergent.
• The clothes are too
dirty.
• Select a suitable cycle.
• Insufficient
detergent quantity.
• Add the proper detergent quantity
according to the instructions on the
detergent package.
• Check if the transport bolts have
been removed.
• Check if it is installed on solid and
level floor.
Abnormal noise
Great vibration
• Check if there are any metal articles
inside.
• Check if the legs of the unit are level.
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Troubleshooting
Indicator issues
Display
Description
Solution
PAUSE/START
flashing
Door is not closed
properly.
Check the door is firmly closed and
restart the wash program.
NO SPIN
flashing
Water takes over 7
minutes to fill the
machine.
• Check the water tap is open and
water supply is normal.
• Check the inlet valve is clear.
• Check the water inlet hose is not
blocked or kinked.
PAUSE/START
& NO SPIN
flashing
Drainage of water
exceeds 3 minutes.
• Check the water outlet hose is not
blocked or kinked.
• Check the drain pump filter is not
blocked.
LED
Others
• Call GVA customer care if there are still problems with the
machine.
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Care and Maintenance
IMPORTANT: Always unplug the washing machine before cleaning.
Cleaning the drum
If you keep using cold water in your washing machine, this may cause a build-up of
bacteria inside the drum, which can give off an odour. You can avoid this by running
the “drum clean” program once a month. If you use a scale remover, follow the
manufacturer’s instructions.
IMPORTANT: Do not put laundry in the washing machine during drum cleaning.
1. Turn the Program Selection Dial to “Drum Clean”.
2. Press the PAUSE / START button.
3. The washing machine will sound when the program is complete.
NOTE: To prevent build-up of detergent residue, it is recommended to wash the appliance
without any load or detergent once a month.
Cleaning the exterior of your washing machine
• clean the outside of your washing machine with a soft cloth and mild detergent such
as kitchen detergent.
• Don’t splash water over the washing machine.
• Do not use cream cleansers, thinners or products containing alcohol or kerosene.
Cleaning the detergent drawer
1. Remove the detergent drawer by pulling and pressing gently on the rear centre part
of the softener compartment.
2. Wash out old detergent from the drawer with water. (Use a cloth to clean the washing
machine.) Residue detergent soon builds up if you don’t clean the drawer regularly,
and can develop mould.
3. Return drawer to original position.
Press
Pull out at the
same time
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Care and Maintenance
Cleaning the door seal and window
• wipe the window and seal after each wash to remove lint and stains. If lint builds up,
it can cause leaks.
• Remove any coins, buttons and other objects from the door seal after each wash.
Cleaning the drain filter
IMPORTANT:
• before cleaning the drain filter, switch off and unplug the washing machine.
• Be careful not to burn yourself while cleaning the drain filter. Water draining from the
filter compartment may be hot after a high temperature wash.
1. Open the service panel by prying open with a flat-bladed screwdriver on both sides
and the middle. Place a suitable container under the service panel to catch the water.
2. Carefully loosen the drain filter. Water may drain out - this is normal.
3. Unscrew the filter to remove it.
4. Remove any lint and debris before carefully replacing the filter.
5. Turn the filter clockwise to screw back into place. Close the service panel.
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Care and Maintenance
Preventing a frozen water supply hose
if your washing machine is delivered in freezing weather conditions, leave it at room
temperature for 24 hours after you’ve set it up before using it. This ensures there’s no
ice blocking the water supply hose. If your water supply hose freezes, add 2 or 3 litres of
warm water to the drum and wait for 10 minutes.
Cleaning the filter net of the water supply hose
1. turn the water supply off at the tap.
2. Close the washing machine door and select “Drain Only” program and press the
Pause / Start button.
3. When finished, turn the power off and unplug the machine. Remove the water supply
hose from the tap.
4. Manually remove the filter net located on the tap side of the water supply hose and
clean using a small brush (e.g. a toothbrush).
5. Return the filter net to its original position.
6. Re-connect the water supply hose to the tap and turn the tap back on, checking for
leaks.
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Technical Specifications
Model
G6FLWW17
Rated Voltage
220-240 V~ 50 Hz
Rated Power
1950 W
Maximum Input Current
10 A
Inlet Water Pressure
0.05 MPa - 1 MPa
Dimensions (H) x (W) x (D)
Approximately 850 x 595 x 545 mm
Weight
Approximately 61 kg
Features and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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M.E.W. (Australia) Pty Ltd.
15 Vaughan Street Essendon Fields, Vic 3041
ACN 152 719 036
After sales support: Aus - 1300 725 885
customercare@gvaproducts.com.au
gvaproducts.com.au
While every effort has been made in the preparation
of this Instruction Manual, the publishers can not be held
responsible for the accuracy of the information contained
herein or any consequences arising from it.
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