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CONTENTS
CHAPTER-1: 4
BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE • Correct Usage6-7
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General warnings 8-9-10-11
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Safety warnings 12-13-14-15-16-17
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Packaging and Environment
18
•
Savings Information
19
CHAPTER-2:
OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE
•
General Appearance 20-21
•
Specifications 22
CHAPTER-3:
INSTALLATION •
Removing transportation safety screws
23
•
Adjusting Adjustable Stays 25-26-27
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Electrical connection 28
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Water inlet hose connection 29-30
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Water discharge connection 31
CHAPTER-4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL
32
•
Detergent drawer 33-34
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Programme knob 35
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Electronic display 36-37
CONTENTS
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CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING
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Separating laundries
•
•
38-39
Putting laundries in the machine
40
Adding detergent into machine
41
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Operating your machine
42-43-44
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Auxiliary Functions
45-46-47-48
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Child lock
49
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Cancelling programme
50
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Finishing programme
51
CHAPTER-6: PROGRAM TABLE
52-53-54-55-56-57-58-59
CHAPTER-7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE
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Warning
60
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Water inlet filters 61
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Pump filter
62-63
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Detergent drawer
64
CHAPTER-8: FLUSH STOPPER / BODY / DRUM
65
CHAPTER-9: TROUBLESHOOTING 66-67-68-69-70
CHAPTER-10: AUTOMATIC FAULT WARNINGS AND WHAT TO BE DONE 71
CHAPTER-11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION
• How to read the energy label and saving energy
• Disposal of your old machine
72-73-74-75
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CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(CORRECT USAGE)
• Definitely read the user’s manual.
• Your machine is designed to be used domestically. Commercial use will cause
your warranty to be cancelled.
• Keep your pets away from your machine
• Please check the packaging of your machine
before installation, and the outer surface after the package is opened. Do not operate
damaged machines or machines with opened
package.
• Have your machine installed only by authorized service. Any interference to your machine
by anyone other than authorized services
shall cause your warranty to be void.
• The appliance is not intended for use by
people (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. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
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CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(CORRECT USAGE)
• Use your machine only for laundries that
have been specified as suitable for washing
by the manufacturer.
• Before operating the washing machine,
remove the 4 transportation screws and
rubber spacers from the back of the machine. If the screws are not removed, it
may cause heavy vibration, noise and
product malfunction, (voiding the guarantee).
• Your machine is not covered under warranty
for faults caused by any kind of external factors (pesticides, fire, etc.).
• Please do not throw away this user manual;
keep it for future reference. You or somebody
else might need it in the future.
Note: Machinery specifications may vary depending on the product purchased.
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CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(GENERAL WARNINGS)
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• The necessary ambient temperature for your
machine’s ideal operation is 15-25°.
• Frozen hoses can tear and explode. In regions
where temperature is below zero, ambient temperature might endanger the safe operation of
electronic card.
• Please ensure that the clothes you will place
in your machine do not contain any foreign substances (nail, needle, coins, lighter, matches, clip
etc.) in their pockets. These foreign substances
can damage your machine.
• Before starting to use your machine, you may
call the nearest authorized service and request
free-of-charge help for installation, operation and
use of your machine.
• It is recommended to perform the first
washing operation in 90˚ Cotton programme
and without laundry by inserting ½ scale
of detergent in 2nd compartment of the
detergent drawer.
CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(GENERAL WARNINGS)
• As detergent or softener exposed to air for a
long time may cause residues, put your detergent or softener in the detergent drawer at the
beginning of every washing.
• It is advised that you unplug your machine
and close the water inlet tap if you will not use
your machine for a long time.
Also, leaving the door of your machine will
prevent the formation of bad odors due to humidity.
• Some water might be left in your machine
after the trials and tests conducted due to
Quality Control procedures.
This will not damage your machine.
• Remember that packaging materials of your
machine may be dangerous for children. Keep
the packaging materials in a place where children cannot reach or dispose of them appropriately.
• Keep the small parts found in the document
part away from the reach of children and babies.
• Use pre-wash programs only for very dirty
laundry.
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CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(GENERAL WARNINGS)
• Never open the detergent compartment when the appliance is
running. • In case of any breakdown, unplug
the appliance first and then turn
the tap off. Do not attempt to repair
by yourself, always contact for authorized service advice.
• The amount of laundry you put in
your washing machine should not
exceed the maximum amount indicated.
• Never force the door to open
when the machine is running.
• Washing floury clothes in your
machine damages the machine.
Do not wash floury clothes in your
machine.
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CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(GENERAL WARNINGS)
• Please adhere to detergent/fabric conditioner manufacturers’ advice regarding the use of
fabric conditioner or similar products in your
machine.
• Set up your machine in a place where its
door can be completely opened. (Do not set
up your machine in places where its door cannot be fully opened.)
• Set up your machine at locations that can
be fully ventilated and could have constant air
circulation.
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CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(SAFETY WARNINGS)
You must read these warnings. You can
thus protect yourself and your beloved
ones against fatal injuries and risks.
DANGER OF GETTING BURNT!
Do not touch discharging hose and water
during discharging as the appliance may
reach high temperatures when running.
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CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(SAFETY WARNINGS)
DEATH RISK DUE TO ELECTRICAL CURRENT!
• Do not use multiple receptacles
or extension cord.
• Do not plug in damaged plug
sockets.
• Never pull the cable when unplugging – always grip the plug
itself.
• Do not plug-in or out the plug
from the receptacle with wet hands
to prevent electrocution!
• Never touch the machine with wet
hands or feet.
• Call the nearest authorized service for a replacement if the power
cord malfunctions.
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CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(SAFETY WARNINGS)
Flooding risk!
• Check whether the water runs fast or not before placing the discharge hose on the sink.
• Take necessary measures to prevent the
slipping of your hose.
• The backfiring force of a hose that is not
placed appropriately can displace the hose.
Prevent the stopper inside your sink from
blocking the sink hole. 14
CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(SAFETY WARNINGS)
Danger of Fire!
• Do not keep inflammable liquids near your
machine.
• The sulphure content of paint removers
might cause corrosion. For this reason,
never use paint-removing materials in your
machine.
• Never use products that contain solvent
material (like washing gas) in your machine.
• Remove all the objects in the pockets of
your laundries (needle, paperclip, lighter,
matches etc.) when placing them your machine.
Fire and Explosion risk may occur.
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CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(SAFETY WARNINGS)
Fall and injury hazard!
• Do not climb on your machine. The upper table of your machine may break and you might
get injured.
• Tidy the hose, cable and packaging of your
machine during installation. You might trip
over and fall.
• Do not turn your machine upside down, or
on its side.
• Do not lift your machine by holding it from
extruding parts (detergent drawer, door).
These parts might break and cause you to get
injured.
• There’s the risk of tripping and injury if the
materials like hose and cables are not properly stored after your machine is installed. Machine must be carried by
2 people or more. 16
CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
(SAFETY WARNINGS)
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Child safety!
• Do not leave children unattended near the
machine. Children might lock themselves up
into the machine and death risk might occur.
• Door glass and surface might be extremely hot while your machine
operates. Thus, especially touching the
machine might give damage to the
skins of children.
• Keep packaging material away from children.
• Poisoning might occur if the detergent and
maintenance materials are consumed, and
eyes or the skin might be irritated if they come
into contact with the skin. Keep the cleaning
materials away from the reach of children.
CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
PACKAGING AND ENVIRONMENT
Removal of packaging materials
Packaging materials protect your machine
from any damage that might occur during
transportation. Packaging materials are environment friendly as they are recyclable.
Recycling material provides both raw material savings and decreases waste production.
Disposal of old machine
Electrical or electronical old devices
might still contain salvagable parts.
So, never throw away your old devices
that you do not use into the waste.
Ensure that the parts of your old electronic
or electrical devices are reused by giving
them to the gathering centres foreseen by
related authorities.
Please ensure your old appliances are
kept in an appropriate place for the safety of children until they are taken outside
the house.
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CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
SAVINGS INFORMATION
Some important information to get more efficiency out of your machine:
• The amount of laundry you put in your washing machine should not exceed the maximum
amount indicated.
By this way, your machine shall run in saving
mode.
• Not using the pre-wash feature for little and
normal-dirty laundry shall save electricity and
water.
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CHAPTER -2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE
GENERAL APPEARANCE
Electronic display
Programme knob
Upper Tray
Detergent drawer
Container
Cover of pump filter
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CHAPTER -2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE
GENERAL APPEARANCE
Transportation Safety
Screw
Water Inlet Valve
Discharging Hose
Power Cable
Transportation Safety
Screw
Transportation Safety
Screw
Transportation Safety
Screw
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CHAPTER -2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Operating voltage /
frequency (V/Hz)
(220-240) V~/50Hz
Total current (A)
10
Water pressure
Maximum: 1 Mpa
Minimum : 0.1 Mpa
Total power (W)
2100
Maximum dry laundry
capacity (kg)
7
Spinning revolution
(rev / min)
1000
Programme number
15
Dimensions (Height x Width x Depth) (mm)
845 x 597 x 527
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CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION
REMOVING TRANSPORTATION SAFETY SCREWS
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Before operating the washing machine, remove the 4
transportation screws and
rubber spacers from the
back of the machine. If the
screws are not removed, it
may cause heavy vibration,
noise and product malfunction, (voiding the guarantee).
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For this reason, transportation safety screws shall be
loosened by being rotated in
counter-clockwise using an
appropriate wrench.
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CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION
(REMOVING TRANSPORTATION SAFETY SCREWS)
Transportation screws
shall be removed by pulling out.
Fit the plastic transportation screw taps delivered
in accessories bag to the
palces where transportation screws have been
removed.
The transportation safety
screws should be stored
to be used in case of
transportation.
NOTE: You should
absolutely remove
the transportation
screws of your
machine before
the first usage.
Faults occurring
in the machines
operated with
transportation
screw fitted shall
be out of scope of
warranty.
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CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION
(ADJUSTING ADJUSTABLE STAYS)
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Adjusting Adjustable Stays
• Do not install your machine on a carpet or such grounds
that would prevent the ventilation of its base.
• To ensure silent and vibration-free operation of your machine, it should be deployed on a non-sliding and firm ground.
• You can adjust the balance of your machine through the
stays.
• Loosen the plastic adjustment nut.
CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION
(ADJUSTING ADJUSTABLE STAYS)
• Adjust the stays upward and downward by rotating them.
• After maintaining the balance, compress the plastic adjustment nut upward again.
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CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION
(ADJUSTING ADJUSTABLE STAYS)
• Never put cardboard, wood or suchlike materials under
your machine if you are intending to stabilize the distortions on the ground.
• When cleaning the ground, on which your machine rests,
be careful not to disorder stays stabilization.
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CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION
(ELECTRICAL CONNECTION)
• Your washing machine is set to 220-240V and
50Hz.
• The mains cord of your washing machine is
equipped with a specific earthed plug. This plug
should always be inserted to a earthed socket of
10 amps. The current value of the fuse should be
10 amps.
Fuse current value of the power line connected to this plug
should also be 10 amperes. If you don’t have such a receptacle and fuse confirming with this, please have it done by a
qualified electrician.
• We do not take the responsibility of the damages that occur due to ungrounded usage.
NOTE: Operating your machine under low
voltage will cause the life cycle of your
machine to be reduced and its performance to be restricted.
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CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION
(WATER INLET HOSE CONNECTION)
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• To eliminate water leakages in points of contact,
1 or 2 nuts are provided in the hose package (applicable for machines with double water inlets).
Fit these nuts to the ends of new water inlet hoses
on the side of faucet.
• Mount new water inlet hoses to a ¾ ˝, threaded
faucet.
• Connect the white-elbow end of the water inlet
hoses to the white-filtered water inlet valve on the
rear side of the machine and the red-elbow end to
red-filtered one (applicable for machines with double water inlets).
Tighten plastic parts of the junctions using your
hand.
In uncertain conditions, have the connection works
be done by a qualified plumber.
• Flow of water with pressure of 0,1-1 Mpa will
allow your machine to operate more efficiently.)
(0,1 Mpa pressure means that more than 8 litres
of water will flow through a fully-tapped faucet per
one minute.)
• Ensure that points of contact do not leak by tapping the faucet completely after carrying making
the connections.
3/4”
10 mm
• Your machine may have either a single inlet
(cold) or double water inlets (cold/hot) based on its
specifications.
White-capped hose should be connected to cold
water inlet and red-capped hose to hot water inlet
(applicable for machines with double water inlets).
CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION
(WATER INLET HOSE CONNECTION)
• Ensure that the new water inlet hoses are not bent, broken, crushed and resized.
• If your machine has double hot water inlets, the temperature of hot water inlet should be maximum 70°C.
Note: Use only the new water inlet hose
coming with your machine while making
Water inlet hose connection of your machine. Never use old, used or damaged
water inlet hoses.
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CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION
(WATER DISCHARGE CONNECTION)
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• The end of water discharge hose can be
fitted to a specific apparatus directly attached to dirty water discharge hole or
outlet joint of the basin elbow.
• Never attempt to extend the water discharge hose by jointing.
• Do not put discharging hose of your machine in a vessel, bucket or sink.
• Make sure that the water discharge hose
does not bend, buckle, be crushed or extended. Please note:
• The water drain hose should be mounted
at a height of minimum 60 cm, maximum
100 cm from the ground.
~145cm
˜ 95 cm
~140cm
~95cm
˜ 150 cm
0–max.100cm
~95cm
CHAPTER-4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL
Programme knob
Display Panel
Detergent drawer
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CHAPTER -4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL
(DETERGENT DRAWER)
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You can use the liquid level
determination plate when you
want to wash your laundry with
liquid detergent. You can use
your liquid detergents in all
programs without prewashing.
Place the liquid detergent
aparatus in the second
compartment (which is available
inside the machine) of the
detergent drawer (*) and set
the detergent amount. (Use the
recommended amount of liquid
detergent by detergent
producers).
Do not exceed the MAX level,
use only for liquid detergent,
do not use this aparatus for
powder detergent and take it out.)
Liquid Detergent Apparatus
Main wash detergent
compartment
Softener
Compartment
Pre-wash detergent
compartment
Powder detergent
level stages
Powder
detergent
spade (*)
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(DETERGENT DRAWER)
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SECTIONS
Main wash detergent
compartment:
In this compartment, only materials like
detergent (liquid or powder), lime preventer
and such can be used.
You can find the liquid detergent aparatus inside
your machine at first installation. (*)
Fabric conditioner, starch, detergent
compartment:
You can use softener for your laundry
(recommended amount and type by the producer
is recommended). Sometimes the fabric
conditioners you use for your laundry mar remain
in this compartment. The reason for this is that the
conditioner is not viscous. To prevent this situation,
more viscous liquid softeners are recommended
to be used or the softener could be thinned and
then used.
Pre-wash detergent compartment:
This compartment must only be used
when
the pre-wash feature is selected.
Pre-wash feature is recommended for
very dirty
laundry.
(*) Machinery specifications may vary depending on the product purchased.
CHAPTER -4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL
(PROGRAM KNOB)
• You can select the programme you want to wash your
laundry in through programme knob.
• You may set the programme selection operation by rotating the programme knob in both directions.
• Ensure that the programme knob is exactly on the programme you want to select.
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CHAPTER-4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL
(ELECTRONIC DISPLAY)
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Display Panel
Washing
Spinning
Rinsing
Additional
Function
Leds
Finished
Start/Pause button
Auxiliary function button 2
Auxiliary function button 1
Rpm speed adjustment button
Water Temperature Adjustment Button
CHAPTER-4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL
(ELECTRONIC DISPLAY)
On the display panel, you can see the washing water temperature of your machine, speed setting of your machine,
the auxiliary functions you have selected and the stage of
the programme you are running on your machine ( pre
wash/wash state, rinsing stage, spinning stage).
Furthermore, electronic display will warn you by means of
led combinations that will turn on its display when a fault occurs on your machine and notify you of the completion of the
washing programme by revealing expression of “Finished”
on the display as soon as the washing programme you have
selected has finished as well.
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CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING (SEPARATING LAUNDRIES)
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• Your laundry has product labels on them that specifiy
their specifications. Wash or dry your laundry
according to the specifciations on the product label.
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• Separate your laundries according to their types
(cotton, synthetic, sensitive, wool etc.), their
temperatures (cold, 30°, 40°, 60°, 90°) and degree of
contamination (slightly stained, stained, highly stained).
• Never wash your coloured and white laundry together.
• Wash your coloured laundries separately in the first
washing as they may bleed.
• Ensure that there are no metallic materials on your
laundries or in the pockets; if so, take them up.
CAUTION: WARNING: Faults that will
emerge in case of penetration of foreign
substances into your machine are not
included within the scope of warranty.
• Zip up and button up your laundries.
• Remove the metallic or plastic hooks of tulle curtains
or curtains or place them in a washing net or bag and
then muzzle them.
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• Reverse textiles such as pants, knitwear, t-shirt and
sweat suit.
• Wash socks, handkerchief and suchlike small
laundries in a washing net.
CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING (SEPARATING LAUNDRIES)
Whitening
available
No
whitening
Normal
washing
Ironing temperature
is maximum 150°C
Ironing temperature
is maximum 200°C
No ironing
Dry cleaning
available
No dry cleaning
Leave on a flat
place
Hang when wet
Dry by hanging
Drying by
twirling is not
allowed
F
P
A
Dry cleaning in
gas oil, pure
alcohol and
R113 is allowed
Perchloroethylene
R11, R13,
Petroleum
Perchlorinetyhlene
R11, R113, Gas oil
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CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING (PUTTING LAUNDRIES IN THE MACHINE)
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• Open the door of your machine.
• Spread your laundries in your machine.
NOTE: Note: Maximum loading
capacity may vary based on the
laundry type you will wash, degree
of contamination and the programme
you have chosen. Do not exceed
maximum dry loading capacity
indicated in the programme table for
washing programmes.
You can take the following table of weights as an example.
LAUNDRY TYPE
Towel
Linen
Bathrobe
Quilt cover
Pillow slip
Underwear
Tablecloth
WEIGHT (gr)
200
500
1200
700
200
100
250
• Put each item of laundry separately.
• Ensure that no laundry is stuck between the cover
and bellow seal when closing the door of your
machine.
• Push the door of your machine until hearing the
locking sound to close it.
• Close the door of your machine properly, otherwise
your machine will not start the washing operation.
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CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING (ADDING DETERGENT INTO MACHINE)
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The amount of detergent you will put in your machine will
depend on the following criteria:
• Your detergent utilization will be based on the degree of
contamination of your laundries. Do not prewash your less
stained laundries and put your slight amount of detergent in
the 2nd compartment of the detergent drawer.
• For your much stained laundries, select a programme including prewashing, and put ¼ of the detergent you will put in
the detergent drawer in the 1st compartment of the detergent
drawer while putting the remaining ¾ of it into 2nd compartment.
• Use detergents produced for automatic washing machine in
your machine. The amount of detergent you will use for your
laundries is printed on the detergent package.
• The higher the degree of hardness of the water the more
detergent you will use.
• The amount of the detergent you will use will increase as
the amount of your laundries increase.
• Put the softener in the softener compartment in the detergent drawer. Do not exceed the MAX level. Otherwise, softener will flow into washing water through flushing.
• Softeners with high density are required to be thinned to a
degree before being put in the drawer. Because high-density
softener will clog the flush and avoid the flow of the softener.
• You can use your liquid detergents in all programs without
prewashing. For this, fit liquid detergent level plate in the accessories bag or the liquid detergent apparatus (*)
into 2nd compartment of the detergent drawer and set the
amount of liquid detergent according to the levels on this
plate. Remember to detach the liquid detergent plate.
(*)Machinery specifications may vary depending on the product purchased.
CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING (OPERATING YOUR MACHINE)
• Plug your machine in.
• Open the water faucet.
• Open the machine door.
• Spread your laundries in your machine.
• Push the door of your machine until hearing
the locking sound to close it.
Selecting programme
Select the convenient programme for
your laundries on the programme table.
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CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING (OPERATING YOUR MACHINE)
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AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
Before starting the
programme, you can
optionally select an auxiliary function.
• Press on the button of auxiliary function you would like to
select.
• If auxiliary function symbol on electronic display flashes
continuously, the auxiliary function you have selected will be
activated.
• If auxiliary function symbol on electronic display blinks, the
auxiliary function you have selected will not be activated.
Reason for non-activation:
The auxiliary function you want to use in
the washing programme you have selected
is not applicable.
•
Your machine has passed over the
stage, during which the auxiliary function
you would like to select would be
implemented.
•
It is not compatible with an auxiliary
function you have selected previously.
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CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING (OPERATING YOUR MACHINE)
HALF-LOAD DETECTION SYSTEM
Your machine features a half-load detection system.
In case yuo put approximately half or less amount of launderies of maximum laundry capacity in your machine, your
machine will run so as to save washing time, water consumption and energy in some programmes.When the halfload function is active, the machine can complete the programme you have set in a shorter time.
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CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
1- Temperature selection
You can select the washing water
temperature with the washing water
temperature adjustment button.
When you select a new programme, there
won’t be any display on the temperature
adjustment leds on the display panel.
When you press the temperature
adjustment button, the max.
temperature value of the programme
you have selected shall appear on the
led display panel.
You can gradually decrease the washing water temperature between the maximum washing water temperature of
the selected programme and cold washing selections by
pressing temperature adjustment button. If you have missed the washing water temperature you
wanted, you can return to the intended temperature by continuously pressing the washing water temperature adjustment button.
NOTE: When 90° programme is selected,
the max. temperature value of the selected
programme is not displayed on the display
panel. When the temperature value is decreased to 60°, 40°, 30°,
(cold washing)
temperature levels by pressing the temperature adjustment button, the decreased
temperature value is displayed on the display panel.
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CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
2- Spin Speed Selection
You can adjust the spin speed of your
laundry with the spin speed setting
button.
When you select a new programme, the
max. spin speed of the programme you
have selected shall be displayed on the display
panel. By pressing the spin speed setting
button, you can change the spin speed of the
selected programme between its max. value.
If you have skipped the spin speed you want
to set, you can re-switch to the revolution by
keeping the speed setting button pressed.
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CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
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3- Easy ironing
You can enable your laundries to be taken
out less wrinkled as the washing operation
is completed by employing this auxiliary
function.
You may make the programme active by
pressing the easy ironing auxiliary
function button when the led light of the
symbol turns on.
4- Extra Rinse
You can make additional rinse operation
on your laundry by using this additional
function.
You may make the programme active by
pressing the extra rinsing auxiliary function button when the led light of the
symbol
turns on.
Extra Rinse
CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
Start/Pause button
By pressing on the Start/Pause button,
you may start the programme you have
selected or suspend a running
programme. If you switch your machine
to the standby mode, the Start/Standby
led on the electronic display will blink.
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CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING (CHILD LOCK)
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To avoid programme flow from being affected if programme
buttons are pressed or programme button is turned when
performing washing operation in your machine, child lock is
available.
Child lock will be activated in case pressed on both auxiliary
functions 3 and 4 at the same time for more than 3 seconds.
You can see the auxiliary function leds on the display when
activated.
If pressed any button while child lock is active, the Additional
Function Leds will blink on the display.
If while the child lock is engaged and any programme is running, the programme knob is switched to the CANCEL position and another programme is selected, the programme
previously selected continues from where it left.
To deactivate it, it will be sufficient to press on the same buttons for more than 3 seconds. When the child lock is deactivated, the Additional Function Leds will blink on the display.
CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING (CANCELLING PROGRAMME)
If you want to cancel any programme running:
1- Switch the programme knob to “CANCEL” position.
2- Your machine will stop the washing operation and the
programme will be cancelled.
3- To get rid of the water accumulated in the machine switch
the programme knob to any programme.
4- Your machine will perform the necessary discharge operation and cancel the programme.
5- You can run your machine by selecting a new programme.
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CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR
LAUNDERING (FINISHING PROGRAMME)
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Your machine will stop by itself as soon as the programme
you have selected finishes.
- End led will blink on the display panel.
- You can open the machine’s door and remove the laundry.
- Leave the door of your machine open to allow the inner
part of your machine to dry after removing your laundries.
- Switch the programme knob to CANCEL position.
- Unplug your machine.
- Turn the water faucet off.
CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE
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COTTON
Washing temperature (°C) 90°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
7,0
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
(Min.)
203
Very dirty, cotton and flax textiles.
Laundry type / Descriptions (Underwears, linen, tablecloth, towel
(maximum 3,5 kg), bedclothes, etc.
Pre-Wash
Washing temperature (°C) 60°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
7,0
Detergent compartment
1&2
Programme duration
160
Laundry type /
Descriptions
Dirty cotton and flax textiles.
(Underwears, linen, tablecloth, towel
(maximum 3,5 kg), bedclothes, etc.
NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF
LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS.
CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE
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60 C°
Washing temperature (°C) 60°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
7,0
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
(Min.)
Laundry type /
Descriptions
200
Dirty cotton and flax textiles.
(Underwears, linen, tablecloth, towel
(maximum 3,5 kg), bedclothes, etc.
40 C°
Washing temperature (°C) 40°
Maximum dry laundry
7,0
amount (kg)
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
(Min.)
190
Laundry type /
Descriptions
Dirty cotton and flax textiles.
(Underwears, linen, tablecloth, towel
(maximum 3,5 kg), bedclothes, etc.
NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF
LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS.
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20° ECO
Washing temperature (°C) 20°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
3,5
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
(Min.)
98
Laundry type /
Descriptions
Less dirty, cotton and linen textiles.
(Underwear, bedsheet, tablecloth, towel
(max. 2 kg) bedcloth, etc.
EASY CARE
Washing temperature (°C) 40°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
3,5
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration (Min.) 89
Very dirty or synthetic-mixed textiles.
Laundry type / Descriptions (Nylon socks, shirts, blouses, syntheticincluding trousers etc.)
NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF
LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS.
CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE
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WOOL
Washing temperature (°C) 30°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
2,5
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
40
Woollen laundries with machine
Laundry type / Descriptions wash labels.
RINSE
Washing temperature (°C) Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
7,0
Detergent compartment
-
Programme duration
36
If you want to additionally rinse your
upon completion of washing
Laundry type / Descriptions laundries
operation, you may use this programme
for any kind of laundries.
NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF
LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS.
CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE
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SPIN
Washing temperature (°C) Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
7,0
Detergent compartment
-
Programme duration
15
If you want to additionally wring your
upon completion of washing
Laundry type / Descriptions laundries
operation, you may use this programme
for any kind of laundries.
HAND WASH
Washing temperature (°C) 30°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
2,5
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
91
recommended for hand wash
Laundry type / Descriptions Laundry
or sensitive laundry.
NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF
LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS.
CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE
SPORTS
Washing temperature (°C) 30°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
3,5
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
80
Laundry type / Descriptions Sportswear.
MIX
Washing temperature (°C) 30°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
3,5
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
87
Laundry type / Descrip-
Dirty cotton, synthetics, colour
and flax textiles can be washed
together.
NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF
LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS.
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CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE
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SHIRTS
Washing temperature (°C) 60°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
3,5
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
106
Dirty cotton, synthetic and syntheticLaundry type / Descriptions mixed shirts and blouses can be
washed together.
QUICK WASH 60 min.
Washing temperature (°C) 60°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
3,0
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
60
Laundry type / Descrip-
You can wash your dirty cotton, colour
and flax textiles at 60°C in 60 minutes.
If you have the rapid washing auxiliary function in your machine, then if you put 2 kg or less
laundry in your machine, your machine will automatically wash for laundry for 30 minutes.
NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF
LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS.
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QUICK WASH 15 min.
Washing temperature (°C) 30°
Maximum dry laundry
amount (kg)
2,0
Detergent compartment
2
Programme duration
15
Laundry type / Descriptions You can wash your slightly stained,
cotton, colured and flax textile
within only 15 minutes.
NOTE: As the washing period is short, less amount of detergent
is required to be used compared to other programmes. The programme period will increase if your machine detects instable loading. You can open the door of your machine 2 minutes after the completion of washing operation. (The duration of 2 minutes required
to open the door of your machine is not included in the washing
period.)
NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF
LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS.
CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR
MACHINE (WARNING)
Unplug your machine before
starting the maintenance and
cleaning of your machine.
Turn the tap water off before
starting the maintenance cand
cleaning of your machine.
CAUTION: Your machine’s parts might be
damaged if cleaners with solvent agents
are used.
Do not use cleaning materials with solvent
agents.
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CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR
MACHINE (WATER INLET FILTERS)
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Filters to avoid dirt and foreign substances in the water from
penetrating into the machine are available both on the side of
faucet and on the ends of water valves along the water inlet
hose of your machine.
If your machine cannot intake sufficient amount
of water despite water faucet being open, these
filters should be cleaned.
(It is recommended that you clean your pump
filter once in 2 months.)
• Detach the water inlet hoses.
• Remove the filters on water inlet valves using
pliers and then clean it with a brush in water.
• Disassemble the filters on the side of faucet
side of water inlet hoses manually and clean it.
• Having the filters cleaned, you can fit them in
the same way reversely.
CAUTION:
Filters of water inlet valves may be
clogged due to contaminated water faucet
or lack of necessary maintenance or valves
may be broken down, causing water leaking
into your machine continuously.
The breakdowns that may arise due to
these reasons are out of the scope of
warranty.
CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR
MACHINE (PUMP FILTER)
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A filter system which avoids threads remaining from your laundries and tiny materials from entering into the pump during water
discharging operation carried out by your machine after completing washing so prolonging the lifecycle of your pump is available. It is recommended that you clean your pump filter once in 2
months. To clean pump filter:
• To open the pump cover, you can use the
powder detergent spade (*) or liquid detergent
level plate coming out of your machine.
• Fit the end point of the plastic part to the gap
of the pump cover and push it back. This will
open the cover.
• Before opening the filter cover, settle a vessel
in front of the filter cover to prevent the water
remained in the machine from flowing on the
ground.
• Loosen the filter cover in counter-clockwise
and then empty water.
Note: You may have to empty the water
collection vessel several times according to the
amount of water in the machine.
(*) Machinery specifications may vary depending on the product
purchased.
CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR
MACHINE (PUMP FILTER)
• Clean the foreign materials in the filter with a
brush.
• After cleaning the filter, fit the filter cover and
tighten it by rotating it in clockwise direction.
• While closing the pump cover, ensure that the
parts on the inner side of the cover to match the
holes on the front panel side.
• You can reattach the pump cover in the reverse
order that you removed it.
WARNING!
As water in the pump may be hot, wait until it cools down.
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CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR
MACHINE (DETERGENT DRAWER)
Your detergents may deposit residue in detergent drawer
and housing of detergent drawer over time.
To clean the residue formed, disassemble the detergent
drawer in particular periods. It is recommended that you
clean your pump filter every 2 months.
To eject the detergent drawer:
• Pull the detergent drawer up to the end
• Keep on pulling by depressing on the section shown below
in the detergent drawer and keep pulling and then unsettle
the detergent drawer.
• Flsuh it using a brush.
• Collect residues in the housing of the detergent drawer
without dropping them inside the machine.
• Assemble the detergent drawer after drying it using a towel
or dry cloth.
• Do not wash your detergent drawer in dishwasher.
Liquid Detergent Apparatus (*)
Take out the liquid detergent level apparatus for cleaning
and maintenance purposes as shown in the picture and
clean well detergent residues. Put the apparatus back into
its place. Make sure no residues are left inside.
(*) Machinery specifications may vary depending on the
product purchased.
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CHAPTER -8: FLUSH STOPPER / BODY / DRUM
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Flush stopper
Disassemble the detergent drawer. Disassemble the flush stopper and clean the softener residues completely. Refit the flush
stopper after cleaning it. Check whether it has settled properly.
Body
Clean the outer body of your machine with
warm water and a non-inflammable cleaning
agent that will not abrade the body of your
machine. After rinsing with some water, dry it
using a soft and dry cloth.
Drum
Do not leave metallic objects such as needles,
paper clips, coins etc. in your machine. This
objects lead to formation of rust stains in the
drum. To clean such rust stains, use a nonchlorine cleaning agent and follow the
instructions of manufacturers of the cleaning
agent. Never use wire wool or similar hard
objects for cleaning rust stains.
CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING
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All repairing operations required for your machine should be
carried out by our authorised service. If your machine requires a repair or if you cannot remove the fault by the help
of the information provided as follows:
•
•
Unplug your machine.
Turn the water faucet off.
FAULT
Your machine does
not start.
Your machine does
not intake water.
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
TROUBLESHOOTING
It is not plugged.
Fuse blown.
Plug it.
Replace the fuses.
Electricity cut-off.
Check mains power.
Start/pause button
not pressed.
Press on Start/
Pause button.
Programme dial
‘stop’ position.
Switch the programme
button to the desired
position.
The machine door is
not completely closed.
Close the machine
door.
Water tap is turned off.
Turn your faucet on.
Water inlet hose
may be twisted.
Check water inlet
hose and untwist.
Water inlet hose
clogged.
Clean water inlet hose
filters. (*)
Valve inlet filter
clogged.
Clean the valve
inlet filters. (*)
The machine door
is not completely
closed.
Close the machine
door.
(*) See the chapter regarding maintenance and cleaning of
your machine.
CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING
FAULT
Your machine
does not discharge water.
Your machine
vibrates.
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Discharging
hose clogged or
twisted.
Check the discharging hose, then either
clean or untwist..
Pump filter
clogged.
Clean the
pump filter. (*)
Laundry settled
in the machine
unevenly.
Spread your laundries in the machine properly and
homogeneously.
The feet of your machine have not been
adjusted.
Adjust the feet on
your machine.(**)
Safety stays fitted
for transportation
not disassembled.
Disassemble the
safety stays of your
machine. (**)
Less amount of
laundry in the appliance.
This will not block
operation of your
machine.
Your machine is
overloaded with
laundry or laundry
settled unevenly.
Do not put in
laundry more than
the amount recommended and settle
the laundry in the
machine evenly.
Your machine
rests on a hard
surface.
Prevent your machine from resting
on hard surfaces.
(*) See the chapter regarding maintenance and cleaning of
your machine.
(**) See the chapter regarding installation of your machine.
CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING
FAULT
Excessive foam is
formed in the detergent
drawer.
Unsatisfactory
washing result.
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
Excessive amount
of detergent used.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Press on Start/Pause
button. To eliminate foam
formation, mix a spoon
of softener with half
litres of water, and pour
the mixture in the detergent drawer. After 5-10
minutes, press on Start/
Pause button again. In
your next washing operation, Adjust the detergent
dose accordingly.
Wrong detergent used.
Use detergents
produced only for
automatic washing
machines in your
machine.
The contamination degree of your laundries
does not match the
programme you have
chosen.
Select the programme
appropriate for the
contamination degree
of your laundries. (See
programme table)
Amount of detergent
used insufficient.
Adjust the amount of
detergent based on the
amount and contamination degree of your
laundries.
Laundries in excess of maximum
capacity put in your
machine.
Load your machine with
laundries, amount of
which will not exceed
maximum laundry capacity.
CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING
FAULT
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Water being hard.
( Contaminated, lime
water etc.)
Adjust the amount of
detergent based on the
instruction of detergent
manufacturer.
Laundries distributed
in your machine nonhomogenously.
Spread your laundry in the machine
evenly.
As soon as the machine is loaded with
water, water discharges.
The end of water
discharging hose
is too low for the
machine.
Set the water discharging hose on appropriate height. (**)
No water appears
in the drum during
washing.
No fault. Water is
in the unseen part
of the drum.
Laundries have
detergent residues
on them.
Non-dissolving
particles of some
detergents may
stick to your
laundries as white
spots.
Unsatisfactory
washing result.
Grey spots appear
on the laundries.
The reason for such
spots may be oil,
cream or ointment.
Perform an extra
rinsing by setting your
machine to “Rinsing”
programme, or clean
the spots using a
brush after your laundries dry.
Apply the maximum
amount of detergent
instructed by the detergent manufacturer in the
next washing operation.
(**) See the chapter regarding installation of your machine.
CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING
FAULT
Spinning operation is
not performed or runs
late.
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
No fault. Unbalanced
load control system
has been activated.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Unbalanced load control
system will try to spread
your laundries homogeneously.
Wringling operation will
begin after your laundry
is spread. Place the
laundry in the machine in
a balanced fashion the
next time.
CHAPTER -10: AUTOMATIC FAULT WARNINGS AND
WHAT TO BE DONE
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Your machine is equipped with the systems which are capable of both taking necessary precautions and warning you in
case of any breakdown by means of continuous self-checking during washing operations.
TROUBLE
CODE
E01
Wash
Rinse
E02
Wash
Rinse
POSSIBLE
FAULT
The door of
your machine is
left open.
The water pressure
or the water level
inside the machine
is low.
End
E03
Wash
Rinse
End
E04
Wash
Rinse
WHAT TO DO
Close the machine door. If your
machine persists to indicate fault,
turn off your machine, unplug it
and contact the nearest authorised
service immediately.
Turn on the faucet. Mains water
may be cut-off. If the problem still
continues, your machine will stop
after a while automatically. Unplug
the machine, turn off your faucet
and contact the nearest authorised
service.
The pump is faulty or
pump filter is clogged
or electrical connection of the pump is
faulty.
Clean the pump filter. If the problem
persists, contact the nearest authorised service. (*)
Your machine has
excessive amount of
water.
Your machine will discharge
water by itself. Pursuant to discharging operation, turn off your
machine and unplug it. Turn off
your faucet and contact the nearest authorised service.
(*) See the chapter regarding maintenance and cleaning of
your machine.
CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION
Alcoholic drinks: Spotted area should initially be washed using cold water, and then
be wiped with glycerine and water and rinsed
with vinegar-mixed water.
Shoe shine: Spot should be rubbed out
gently without damaging the cloth and be
scrubbed and rinsed with detergent. If not
removed, it should be scrubbed using the
mixture obtained by adding 1 scale of alcohol (96˚) into 2 scales of water, and then be
washed with warm water.
Tea and coffee: Stretch the spotted area of
your laundry throughout the openning of a
vessel, and pour hot water as much as the
type of your laundry can resist.
In case the type of your laundry permits,
wash with bleacher.
Chocolate and cocoa: After submerging
your laundries in cold water and rubbing it
using soap or detergent, wash it in temperature that fabric type of your laundry can resist. In case the oil stain is still visible, wipe
with oxygen water (3%).
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CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION
Tomato paste: After rubbing out the dried
substances without damaging your laundry,
submerge it in water for 30 minutes, and then
scrub and wash it with detergent.
Bouillon-Egg: Remove dried spot residues
on your laundry, and then wipe it with a
sponge or soft cloth submerged in cold water
previously. Scrub with detergent, wash with
diluted bleacher.
Grease and oil stains: Firstly, wie the
residues. Scrub the spot with detergent and
wash it with warm soapy water.
Mustard: Apply glycerine on spotted area.
Scrub with detergent and wash. If the spot
cannot be removed, wipe with alcohol. (For
synthetic and colour fabrics, a mixture of 1
scale of alcohol and 2 scales of water should
be used)
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CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION
Fruit: Stretch the spotted area of your laundry throughout the opening of a vessel, and
pour cold water on it. Do not pour hot water
on the spot. Wipe with cold water and apply
glycerine. Allow 1-2 hours, wipe with a few
drops of white vinegar, and rinse it.
Grass stain: Wipe the stained part with
detergent. If the type of your cloth permits
bleacher using, wash with bleacher. Wipe
your woollen laundries with alcohol. (For
colour fabrics, a mixture of 1 scale of pure
alcohol and 2 scales of water)
Oil paint: Spot should be removed by applying thinner before drying. Then it should be
wiped with detergent and washed.
Burn stain: If your laundry is suitable for
applying bleacher, you can add bleacher into
washing water. For wool fabric, a cloth previously submerged in oxygen water should
be covered over the stain and it should be
ironed after putting a dry cloth on this cloth.
It should be washed after being rinsed properly.
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CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION
Blood stain: Submerge your laundries in
cold water for 30 minutes. If the stain is not
removed, then submerge in a mixture of water and ammoniac (3 spoons of ammoniac in
4 litres of water) for 30 minutes.
Crema, ice cream and milk: Submerge your
laundries in cold water and scrub the spotted
area with detergent. If the spot is not removed, apply bleacher to the extent suitable
for your laundries. (Do not use bleacher for
colour laundries.)
Mould: Mould stains should be cleaned as
soon as possible. Stain should be washed
with detergent water, nevertheless if it cannot
be removed, it should be wiped with oxygen
water (3%).
Ink: Subject the spotted area to running
water and wait until the flow of inked water
ends. Then wipe it with lemon-added water
and detergent, and wash it after allowing 5
minutes.
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DESCRIBING ENERGY LABEL AND SAVING ENERGY
Model
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Brand
Energy Class
Energy Consumption
Noise Value While
Washing
Noise Value While
Spinning
Spinning Performance Class
Dry Laundry Capacity
Annual Water
Consumption
DESCRIBING ENERGY LABEL AND SAVING ENERGY
Energy and water consumption may vary based on water
pressure, water hardness, water temperature, ambient temperature, laundry amount, additional function selection, voltage fluctuations. It will reduce energy and water consumption to use your machine with the laundry capacity proposed
for the selected programme, wash your laundries less dirty
or daily laundries in short programmes, carry out cleaning
and maintenance periodically, use your machine in convenient time intervals specified by electricity vendor.
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DISPOSAL OF YOUR OLD MACHINE
This symbol on the product or package implies that
the product should not be treated as domestic waste.
Instead, it should be delivered to applicable waste collection places recycling electrical and electronic equipment.
You will contribute to avoid potential negative results
regarding environment and human health, which will
arise due to wrong waste procedure for the product by
ensuring that this product is annihilated properly.
Recycling materials will help natural resources be preserved.
For more detailed information regarding recycling of
this product, please contact local municipality, domestic waste annihilation service or the shop you have
purchased the product.
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