INSTALLATION & OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Washer-Dryer
CONTENTS
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Warning :
Before installing and using your appliance, please carefully read this Guide to
Installation and Use, which will allow you to quickly familiarise yourself with its operation.
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1 / PRESENTATION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• Safety recommendations ________________________________
• Energy savings ________________________________________
• Protecting the environment ______________________________
• Description of Your Appliance ____________________________
2 / INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
• Removing the transport braces ____________________________
• Setting up your appliance ________________________________
• Connecting your appliance________________________________
3 / PREPARING YOUR LAUNDRY AND YOUR APPLIANCE
• Textile care codes ______________________________________
• Treating stubborn stains __________________________________
• Preparing your laundry __________________________________
• Loading your laundry ____________________________________
• Loading detergents ______________________________________
4 / PROGRAMMING YOUR APPLIANCE
• Description of the control panel____________________________
• Programming a wash cycle ______________________________
• Programming a wash cycle with subsequent drying __________
• Programming a drying cycle only __________________________
• Operations possible during a programme __________________
• Examples of programmes ________________________________
• Changing a programme __________________________________
• Details of programmes __________________________________
• Details of options________________________________________
• Other functions ________________________________________
• Automatic safety features ________________________________
5 / EVERYDAY MAINTENANCE OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• Cleaning the detergent dispenser __________________________
• Cleaning the pump filter __________________________________
• Cleaning the drying filter__________________________________
• Access to the bottom of the tank __________________________
• Cleaning the appliance __________________________________
• Miscellaneous maintenance ______________________________
6 / INCIDENTS THAT MAY OCCUR - CAUSES & REMEDIES ________
7 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE ____________________________________
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• SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS
1 / PRESENTATION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• ENERGY SAVINGS
Important :
— Used appliances must immediately be made
unusable. Disconnect and cut the power cord
as close as possible to the appliance. Shut off
the water supply and remove the hose. Make
sure the door closure is unusable.
— If you need to open your machine during a
cycle (e.g.: to add or remove laundry), depending on the current phase of the programme
(mainly during washing), exercise caution as
the interior temperature may be high (risk of
serious burns).
— At each new installation, the appliance must
be connected to the water supply network
using a new hose; the used hose should not
be re-used.
— Check the water supply and discharge
hoses regularly; this could help prevent water
damage.
— Do not allow children to play with the
appliance and keep pets away from it.
This appliance is designed for domestic
use only, for washing, rinsing and spinning
machine-washable textiles.
You must follow the instructions given. We
decline any liability and warranty as a result
of non-compliance with these recommendations, leading to material or bodily damage.
— This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with impaired physical, sensory or mental capacities, or by inexperienced or untrained persons, except if they
have been instructed in its operation by a person responsible for their safety.
— The appliance must be used only in accordance with the user manual to avoid damage
to your laundry and your appliance. Use only
detergents and care products that are approved for use in domestic washing machines.
— - If, before washing, you treat your laundry
with stain removers, solvents, or as a general
rule any flammable products or highly-detonating products, do not place it immediately in
the appliance (see chapter on "TREATING
STUBBORN STAINS").
Similarly, use of solvents or aerosol products
near your washing machine or any other electrical appliance in a poorly-ventilated room is
strongly discouraged (risk of fire and explosion).
— If incidents occur and you cannot solve them
via the solutions we have recommended (see
chapter on "INCIDENTS THAT MAY OCCUR"),
consult a qualified professional.
— Only programme pre-washing when absolutely necessary: e.g.: for very dirty sport or work clothes, etc.
— For lightly to moderately soiled laundry, a low-temperature programme is sufficient to obtain a
perfect wash result.
— For lightly soiled laundry choose a short wash cycle.
— Measure the detergent according to the hardness of the water, the degree of soiling and the
quantity of laundry and follow the instructions on the detergent packaging.
— As soon as the cycle ends, "-0-" or "STOP" (depending on the situation) is displayed. You can programme another wash cycle immediately. If you take no action this display remains visible for one
hour. After one hour with no action on your part, the display automatically switches off.
The machine will therefore use less energy. To reactivate the display, simply press one of the buttons. However, we recommend you select the "Off" position to switch the machine off.
• For dryers :
— If you run a high-speed spin, the residual humidity is low, thus energy use is low. Even synthetic
fibres must be spun before drying.
— If drying time is chosen carefully this can also save energy and water.
— To avoid wasting water and energy, do not over-dry your laundry.
• PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
• For dryers :
— Before drying, remove any powder or liquid
detergent recipients that may have been placed in the drum with the laundry. The plastic
material of these recipients would not withstand the drying temperatures.
— Never stop your appliance before the end of
the drying cycle, unless you quickly remove all
items and spread them out so that the heat is
dissipated.
The packaging materials for your appliance are made from recyclable materials. Participate in recycling them and thereby contribute to protecting the environment by disposing of them in the municipal containers provided for this purpose.
Your appliance also contains many recyclable materials. It is therefore marked with this
logo to indicate that, in European Union countries, used appliances must not be mixed
with other waste. Appliance recycling organised by your manufacturer will thus be carried
out in optimum conditions, in accordance with European directive 2002/96/CE relating to
electrical and electronic equipment waste. Consult your local authority or your retailer to
find the drop-off points for used appliances that is nearest to your home.
We thank you for your help in protecting the environment.
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1 / PRESENTATION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE (continued)
• DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
A
A
Control panel
K
Emptying hose
B
Lid opening knob
(remains locked during the cycle)
L
Electrical power cord
C
M
Retractable front baseboard
(access to emptying filter/access to
transport braces)
Power cord bracing part
B
D
Front transport brace
E
Baseboard removal bolts
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Lever for placement on rollers
G
Height-adjustable front feet
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K
L
N
Rear transport brace
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D
C
O
Bracing holes cover
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Water intake hose
(according to model)
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Nameplate
(after-sales reference)
P
E
Fig. 01
Q
Fig. 03
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G
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H
Detergent dispenser
I
Detergent dispenser unlocking
button
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Drying filter
H
J
Fig. 02
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2 / INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
• REMOVING THE TRANSPORT BRACES (continued)
• REMOVING THE TRANSPORT BRACES
Important :
• Rear transport brace :
Before use, the following operations
must be performed.
These operations involve removing all parts
used to immobilise the tank of your appliance
during transport.
These "brace removal" operations are
necessary for the smooth operation of your
appliance and compliance with current
safety standards.
If these operations are not performed in full,
this may cause serious damage to your
appliance during operation.
— Remove the 2 screws D and the 4 screws
E using a 10 mm tube wrench or a flat head
screwdriver (Fig. 08).
— Remove the brace F .
— Release the power cord from the plastic
part G attaching the transport brace.
— Plug the holes left by the brace using the
remaining 2 covers H (Fig. 09) and screw
the 4 screws E back in their original position
in the body.
A
Fig. 04
B
E
D
We recommend that you keep all parts
for bracing as you will have to replace them
if you need to move your machine at a later
date.
All these parts, as well as those used for the
entire machine are made from recyclable
materials. Please consider this when disposing of them at the end of your machine's service life.
Fig. 05
• Front transport brace :
E
Tip :
First remove the expanded polystyrene strut
located under the lid.
B
— Open by pressing on the bosses on each
side of the baseboard at the same time A
while pulling the baseboard towards you (Fig.
04).
— Using a 10 mm wrench, unscrew the "front"
brace maintenance screw B made from red
plastic (Fig. 05).
— Remove the "front" brace (Fig. 06).
— Plug the hole left by the brace using the
cover provided C (Fig. 07).
— Reattach the baseboard (Fig. 07).
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G
Fig. 08
H
Information :
Before leaving the plant your appliance
was thoroughly tested; therefore you may
notice a small amount of water in the tank or
in the detergent dispensers.
Fig. 06
C
Information :
If you wish to place your appliance in
line with your furniture units, you can break
the hose attachment hooks.
Important :
Fig. 07
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Be careful not to crush the hoses.
Fig. 09
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2 / INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
• SETTING UP YOUR APPLIANCE
• CONNECTING YOUR APPLIANCE
• Placement on rollers :
• Discharge of waste water (Fig. 13) :
— Connect the emptying hose :
- either temporarily, to a sink or bathtub
- or permanently, to a ventilated siphon.
If your set-up does not have a ventilated
siphon, ensure that the connection is not
watertight.
In fact, to prevent waste water from returning
to the machine, we strongly recommend leaving free space between the machine's emptying hose and the discharge pipe.
In any case, the emptying crosshead must be
placed at a height of 0.80 m to 1.10 m in relation to the base of the machine.
• Cold water supply (Fig. 13) :
— Connect the intake hose to a valve with a
threaded end Ø 20x27 (3/4 BSP).
Check presence of the seal.
Your machine has retractable rollers so that
you can move it easily.
To place it on rollers, turn the lever at the base
of the appliance from the right to the extreme
left (Fig. 10).
Important :
Water intake :
— Min. water pressure : 0,1 MPa or 1 bar
— Max. water pressure : 1 MPa or 10 bars
Fig. 10
During operation, the machine must
not rest on its rollers: do not forget to return
the lever to its initial position.
• Electrical power supply (Fig. 13) :
The electrical installation must comply with
the prevailing standards and the Electricity
Board’s regulations in the country concerned,
in particular for the earth electrode.
We cannot be held liable for any incident caused by incorrect electrical installation.
• Levelling :
Your machine is equipped with two adjustable
feet in front to compensate for unevenness in
the floor. To adjust horizontality and stability
of the appliance, proceed as follows
— Remove the baseboard (see Fig. 04, previous pages).
— Place the machine on rollers.
— Unscrew the 2 screws used to block the feet
using a TORX T20 screwdriver (Fig. 11).
— Adjust the two feet using a flat head wrench
or pliers to level the appliance.
— Put the appliance back on its feet and return
the lever to its original position.
— Check the stability of the machine by pressing on the lid in a diagonal direction (direction AA then direction BB) (Fig.12). There
must be no visible movement of the
appliance.
— When the adjustment is correct, screw the 2
screws for blocking the feet and reattach the
baseboard.
Important :
Ensure the emptying hose is supported
using an attachment to prevent the crosshead from coming off during emptying and
causing a flood.
Tip :
Tips for electrical installation of your
appliance :
— Do not use an extension cord, adaptor or
multiple plug.
— Never remove the grounding.
— The plug must be easy to access but out of
the reach of children.
In the event of uncertainty, consult your installer.
Fig. 11
AA
Important :
Your appliance complies with
European directives 2006/95/CE (low voltage directive) and 2004/108/CE (electromagnetic compatibility).
BB
BB
AA
For models equipped with a
hose with safety box: fitting can
be in any direction
Fig. 12
discharge on
ventilated siphon
discharge into sink
or
0,80 m mini
We strongly advise against installing
your appliance :
— in a damp, poorly-ventilated room.
— in a place where it could be subject to water
splattering.
— on a carpeted floor. If you cannot avoid it,
take all precautions so as not interfere with air
circulation at the bottom, to ensure good ventilation of the internal components.
If you place your machine next to another appliance or piece of furniture, we
recommend that you always leave a space
between them to allow air to circulate.
ventilated siphon
Fig. 13
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water intake hose (different according to
model)
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1,10 m maxi
Tip :
• Environment :
Important :
3 / PREPARING YOUR LAUNDRY AND YOUR APPLIANCE
3 / PREPARING YOUR LAUNDRY AND YOUR APPLIANCE
• TREATING STUBBORN STAINS
• TEXTILE CARE CODES
Tip :
Tip :
To help you care for your textiles, they have a label giving the necessary information. They
are expressed in codes by the symbols below :
WASHING
USE OF BLEACH
Maximum temperature : 95°C
95
- Normal mechanical action
- Normal rinse
- Normal spin
95
- Reduced mechanical action
- Rinse at decreasing temperature
- Reduced spin
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No bleach
Bleach permitted: diluted and cold
60
60
- Reduced mechanical action
- Rinse at decreasing temperature
- Reduced spin
IRON
50
- Reduced mechanical action
- Rinse at decreasing temperature
- Reduced spin
200 °C
High setting
150 °C
Medium setting
DRY CLEAN
Maximum temperature : 40°C
- Normal mechanical action
- Normal rinse
- Normal spin
40
- Reduced mechanical action
- Rinse at decreasing temperature
- Reduced spin
40
-- Greatly reduced mechanical action
- Normal rinse
- Normal spin
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All usual solvents Tetrachloroethylene Mineral spirits and No dry clean,
mineral spirits F113 fluorinated no stain remover
solvent
with solvents
Maximum temperature : 30°C
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- Reduced mechanical action
- Reduced drying temperature
- No addition of water (Self-service cleaning impossible)
- Greatly reduced mechanical action
- Normal rinse
- Normal spin
Hand wash only
Maximum temperature 40°C
High tumble dry
Low tumble dry
Do not tumble dry
Important :
Before the first wash, we recommend running a "COTTON 90° without pre-wash" cycle
without load, using 1/2 the usual detergent quantity. This will eliminate any manufacturing residue that may be left in the machine.
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BLOOD : soak the stained item as promptly as
possible in cold salty water, then wash normally.
•Use of stain removers
Important :
CHOCOLATE - FRUIT - FRUIT JUICE - WINE :
blot the stain using a vinegar/water solution (2
tbsp white vinegar for 1/4 litre of water). Rinse
well and wash normally.
DRYING IN TUMBLE DRYER
(Some appliances are now equipped with a
programme that lets you machine wash this
type of textile)
No wash
RUST : for slight stains, cover with salt,
squeeze lemon juice on the salt and leave
overnight; then rinse thoroughly and wash.
For heavier stains, use a rust removal product
and follow the manufacturer's instructions
carefully.
CHEWING-GUM : chill it using an ice cube. As
soon as it is hard enough, scratch it with your
nail. Remove the remaining ring using a
degreasing agent*.
Normal process
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MAKE-UP : place the stained side of the fabric
on absorbent paper, then dampen the other
side of the fabric with 90* alcohol if the item
allows and if the stain is not greasy.
Otherwise, use a degreasing agent (such as
trichloroethylene*).
SLUDGE - TAR : use Eau Écarlate* stain remover or otherwise, spread a little butter on the
stain, leave to penetrate then blot with turpentine* spirits.
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© COFREET
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PAINT : do not let paint spots dry. Treat them
immediately with the solvent indicated on the
paint pot (water, turpentine*, white spirit*).
Soap then rinse.
COFFEE - TEA :
- on white cotton: blot the stain using hydrogen
peroxide* before normal washing
- on coloured cotton: blot the stain using a
vinegar/water solution (2 tbsp white vinegar
for 1/4 litre of water) before normal washing
- on wool: blot the stain using a combination of
equal parts alcohol* and white vinegar before
washing the item.
No iron
(no steam)
110 °C
Low setting
KETCHUP - TOMATO SAUCE : prepare a solution with one part glycerine for one part hot
water. Let the item soak for an hour, then wash
normally.
CANDLE WAX : remove the excess of the stain
by scraping. Then place absorbent paper on
either side of the fabric and run a warm iron
over the stain to melt the remaining wax.
Maximum temperature : 60 ou 50°C
- Normal mechanical action
- Normal rinse
- Normal spin
GREASE : immediately sprinkle the fabric with
talc. Leave to dry and brush gently to remove
the talc. Then blot using a degreasing agent
such as mineral spirits*. Rinse and wash normally.
Perspiration, blood, fruit, wine and chocolate stains generally come out with biological detergents, but other stains require specific treatment before machine washing.First
conduct a test on an inconspicuous part of
the textile and rinse thoroughly. If you use a
stain remover, always start on the outside of
the stain to prevent ring marks.
To avoid risk of fire and explosion :
(*) if you use the products recommended in
the recipes above, take care to rinse your
laundry thoroughly before placing it in your
machine
- if you use commercial stain removers, follow the manufacturer's recommendations
carefully.
We remind you that, generally speaking,
stains that are treated promptly are easier to
remove. However, old stains that have been
ironed or dried in tumble dryers cannot be
removed.
BALLPOINT PEN - MARKER PEN : remove as
much ink as possible by blotting the stain with
absorbent paper. Place a clean cloth behind
the stain and blot the stain using another cloth
soaked in white vinegar for synthetic and artificial fibres or 90* alcohol for other fibres (if the
textile allows).
GRASS : blot the stain using white vinegar or
90* alcohol (if the textile allows) then rinse and
wash.
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3 / PREPARING YOUR LAUNDRY AND YOUR APPLIANCE
• PREPARING YOUR LAUNDRY (continued)
• PREPARING YOUR LAUNDRY
• Sorting your laundry :
•The colour test :
Refer to the textile care codes table for sorting
your laundry and choose the programme that
best suits the labels. For mixed loads, use the
programme suited to the most delicate laundry. For new laundry, take the precaution of
checking that the fabric does not bleed: see
"Colour test" opposite.
At the first wash, coloured laundry often
bleeds, except if it is guaranteed colourfast.
Before placing it in the machine, perform the
following test :
— Take an inconspicuous part of the item
— Dampen it using hot water
— Then press it against a white cloth
— If the colour does not bleed, you can wash it
normally in the machine.
— If the colour does bleed, wash it separately
in the machine or by hand.
•Laundry loads
Important : For optimum results, do not overload the drum and do not exceed the following maximum loads :
Cotton/Colours ____________________ 8 kg
Mixed ____________________________ 3 kg
Delicates/Wool ____________________ 2 kg
Average weight of some items of "light" dry laundry
Single sheet ________________ 400 to 500 g
Double sheet ______________________ 800 g
Pillowcase ________________________ 200 g
Light night shirt ____________________ 150 g
Child's plain weave trousers ________ 120 g
Adult's plain weave trousers ________ 500 g
Cotton/polyester men's shirt ________ 200 g
Cotton t-shirt, large size ____________ 150 g
Dish towel ________________________ 100 g
Tablecloth ________________________ 250 g
Delicate lingerie ____________________ 50 g
Child's synthetic woollen items ________ 50 g
Sock ______________________________ 20 g
Adult's plain weave pyjamas __________ 250 g
Average weight of some items of "heavy" dry laundry
Adult's jeans ________________ 800g to 1 kg
Child's terry pyjamas________________ 100 g
Large bath towel __________________ 700 g
Bathrobe ________________________ 1200 g
Small towel ______________________ 300 g
Sweat shirt ________________________ 250 g
Adult's sweat pants ________________ 350 g
Quilt cover ______________________ 1500 g
•Checking your laundry
Important : Failure to follow these recommendations can cause serious or even irreversible damage (damaged drum, torn laundry, etc.) and will void the warranty.
— Empty pockets: remove all objects such as lighters and matches, etc.
— Close zippers and press fasteners.
— Remove hooks from net curtains or place your net curtains in a washing bag.
— Remove poorly-attached buttons, pins, clips.
— Place small items of laundry (ribbons, pouches, etc.) in a washing bag.
— Turn multi-layer garments inside out (sleeping bag, anorak, etc.).
— Turn knits, fabrics with embossed decoration, trousers and stitched garments inside out.
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•Checking your laundry before drying
— bulky items (quilts, eiderdowns, etc.)
— unwashed or unspun laundry
— laundry that has been cleaned using chemicals
The fibres in your laundry are of varying types
and origins; their reaction to drying is therefore very variable
Generally speaking, all machine-washable
fabrics may be dried in a tumble dryer except
for :
— wool, silk, netting and nylon tights or
stockings
— plasticised fabrics
— chlorofibres (Thermolactyl* for example)
— laundry items with plastic foam, rubber or
reinforcements that would be likely to become
detached
Important :
Avoid drying light textiles and heavy
cotton textiles together as the weight of the
heavy fabrics crushes the lighter ones.
Important :
It is preferable to dry non-colourfast
fabrics separately.
* : Registered trademark
Substances contained in soiling such as cooking oil, acetone, alcohol, petrol, kerosene, stain removers, turpentine or wax must be removed before drying in your machine (by using an adapted warm
water washing programme with additional detergent for example).
• LOADING YOUR LAUNDRY
Conduct operations in the following order :
•Opening the machine
— Check that the machine is switched off.
— Press the knob located at the front of the
machine. The lid opens.
•Opening/Closing the drum
Fig. 14
— Open the drum by pushing on the knob located on the front door (Fig. 14).
— To close them again, push the front door
downwards then close the rear door on top,
until it locks.
A
Important :
For correct locking, check that the blue
edging A of the knob is visible (Fig. 15).
Fig. 15
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4 / PROGRAMMING YOUR APPLIANCE
• LOADING YOUR LAUNDRY (continued)
• DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL
•Introduction du linge
To achieve the best washing performance, after sorting and unfolding, place the laundry in the
drum, not piled up but spread out evenly. Mix large and small items to achieve the best spinning,
so there is no imbalance.
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OFF
OptiA
Opti
A 45min
Drying
High
Remaining time
Drying
Cotton
Important :
Synthetics
When closing the drum, be careful not to trap laundry between the two doors.
Wool
Delicates
Delay Start
Temperature
Low
/ Drying Time
Drying
Time
Spin
Drying
Easy Ironing
Prewash
Intensive
Rinse plus
Start / Pause
Spin Only
Flash
Flas
h 30min
Rinse
1100 rpm
• LOADING DETERGENTS (Fig. 16)
Fig. 17
•Measuring the detergent
The quantity of detergent to be used depends
on the hardness of the water, the degree of
soiling of your laundry and the size of the
load.
Always refer to the quantity recommendations
given on the detergent packaging.
Warning: the recommendations of detergent
manufacturers are usually for a drum filled to
the maximum. Adjust your quantity in accordance with the weight of laundry in the
machine.
These recommendations will prevent excessive use of detergent which causes foaming.
Over-production of foam can decrease the
performance of your machine and increase
the wash duration and water use.
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2
3
4
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C
D
E
B
C
1
Programme selector
Temperature setting
Spin speed setting
Options and
Child Safety Selection buttons
Delayed start
2
D
F
1
2
3
4
5
3
4
5
E
F
Start/Pause
Temperature display
Spin speed display
Child Safety lock indicator light
Time display
Cycle sequence indicator lights
NB : All buttons are touch-sensitive; they do not press down. A simple touch is sufficient.
• PROGRAMMING A WASH CYCLE
Fig. 16
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•Detergents for woollens and delicate fabrics
Pre-washing compartment
(powder)
2
When washing these fabrics, we recommend
using a suitable detergent (avoid putting it
directly in the drum as some of these products are aggressive to metal).
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•For dryers :
Always adhere to the manufacturer's instructions when using softening products:
Washing compartment
(powder or liquid)
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•Operations to perform
Display
— Choose the wash cycle best suited to the type of laundry
by turning the programme selector A .
NB : Turning the selector to a position other than “OFF”
switches the machine on.
Bleach compartment
Fabric softener compartment
Powder detergent
Liquid detergent
— Choose the washing temperature best suited to the type
B button.
of laundry using the
NB : For a cold wash cycle, change the temperature by
selecting "0" on the display 1 .
The machine displays the most suitable spin speed for the programme chosen as well as the
duration of this programme for a
standard load.
Temperature
— You can change the spin speed proposed using the Spin
C button.
Spin
Important :
— The "WASHING" compartment may contain powder and liquid; however, do not use liquid
detergent for programmes WITH pre-washing or WITH “delayed start” (depending on model).
— For correct filling of detergent compartments, place the lid in its maximum opening position.
— Do not exceed the MAX level.
— Ou for the end of cycle : choose drain.
The cycle will end with draining at 110 rpm without spin.
— Or : full tank stop.
Your machine will stop with a tank full of water before the
final spin.
Spin
Spin
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• PROGRAMMING A WASH CYCLE (continued)
•Operations to perform (continued)
• PROGRAMMING A WASH CYCLE WITH SUBSEQUENT DRYING
Display
— If necessary choose options using the D buttons. (see
chapter “DETAILS OF OPTIONS”).
Information :
You can select only the options compatible with the
programme chosen.
— Choose immediate start by pressing the “Start/Pause”
F button ...
The cycle sequence indicator 5 lights up.
The programme begins.
NB : The duration displayed at the start of the programme
is for information only. It will re-adjust a few minutes after
the cycle begins following estimation of the laundry load.
Light on: option selected
Light off: option not selected
NB : Choosing an
option changes the
cycle duration.
Throughout the cycle, the machine
indicates the current phase of the
cycle...
Your appliance lets you run a drying cycle straight after a washing cycle with automatic detection
of the end of drying. This option always uses HIGH drying temperature.
NB: Results obtained may vary somewhat depending on the type of laundry load.
•Operations to perform
Display
— Programme your wash cycle (see previous pages).
D button.
— Select the “Drying” option using the Option
F button. The cycle
— Press the “Start/Pause”
starts.
Important :
... as well as the estimated time
remaining until the end of the cycle.
Remaining time
2:10 = 2h10
(hour - minutes)
— Or choose to delay your cycle by pressing the “Delay
Start” (+) or (-) buttons E (refer to the chapter on
"OTHER FUNCTIONS" – “Delayed start”).
Delay Start
/ Drying Time
Drying
Time
A moving display (four little revolving
segments) shows the period of time
until the cycle starts.
To ensure proper drying, the load must not exceed 4
kg.
If the machine estimates that the load is too large to permit
subsequent drying, it stops at the end of the wash cycle
and informs you via the figure "4" flashing on the display 2
In this case, adjust the laundry load, and press the
F button to resume drying. If you
“Start/Pause”
decide to leave only a small load of washing, you must
adjust the drying time beforehand using the (+) or (-) buttons E and start the cycle again by pressing the
F button.
“Start/Pause”
(The indicator for the
"Drying" option lights up)
The time displayed includes estimated drying time.
Remaining time
Delay Start
/ Drying Time
Drying
Time
Drying
Easy Ironing
Prewash
Intensive
Rinse plus
•Indication of End of cycle
NB : After the spin, your washing machine automatically
cools the laundry and positions the drum with the opening
at the top for easier access to the laundry. This operation
lasts 3 minutes maximum.
The display 4 then shows “StOP”, which tells you the
cycle has finished.
— Turn the programme selector A to the “OFF” position
You can then open the lid and remove your laundry.
• PROGRAMMING A DRYING CYCLE ONLY
If your laundry load is too large to permit subsequent drying, or if you wish to dry only part of the
load, you may select drying to machine dry only the desired items, adjusting the duration to the
type and quantity of laundry.
Drying
Time
•Operations to perform
•Cancellation during programming, washing or
during pause.
— Turn the programme selector A to the “OFF” position
NB : Cancellation means you always have to re-programme
from scratch.
If you have cancelled during washing, if you need to drain
the water, run a “Spin”
programme and set a suitable
speed.
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All displays are extinguished
Display
— Turn the programme selector A to choose your "High"
or "Low" drying programme according to the type of laundry.
— Select a drying time using the (+) or (-) E button.
F button. The cycle starts.
— Press the “Start/Pause”
NB : First ensure :
- that the water valve is open.
- that the load has been sufficiently spun (at least 1000 rpm)
and that it does not exceed half a drum.
A delayed start for drying alone is not possible.
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Remaining time
Delay Start
/ Drying Time
Drying
Time
The "Drying" indicator lights up.
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4 / PROGRAMMING YOUR APPLIANCE
• OPERATIONS POSSIBLE DURING A PROGRAMME
— Press the “Start/Pause”
cycle.
Remaining time
•Changing the programme during the cycle
Display
— During the cycle or during the delayed start, you can make
certain programme changes if needed.
To find out which programme changes are possible, refer
to the chapter on "CHANGING A WASHING PROGRAMME".
•Child safety device
— To avoid unintended changes during a programme, you
have the option to activate the "Child safety" device.
To do this, press on the 2nd and 4th option buttons at the
3 indicator comes on).
same time D (the "Padlock”
When the "Child safety" is activated, the buttons and programme selection are locked.
— If you wish to change your programme, you must first
deactivate the "Child safety" device.
To do this, press on the same 2 buttons at the same time,
until the "Padlock”
indicator goes off.
NB : You can activate or deactivate the "Child safety"
device at any time. Of course, we recommend that you activate it only after programming and launching the cycle.
Important : At the end of the drying cycle, remember to clean the drying filter (refer to the
chapter on "EVERYDAY MAINTENANCE OF YOUR APPLIANCE").
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Subsequent
tumble dry
8
22 1/2 hrs
4
5 to 5 1/2 hrs
SYNTHETICS
- 60°
3
1 3/4 to
2 hrs
3
3 3/4 - 4 hrs
WOOL/DELICATES
- 30°
2
30 to
45 mins
OptiA 45min
- 40°
3
0h45
3
3 to 3 1/4 hrs
Flash 30min
- 40°
3
0h30
3
2 3/4 hrs
COTTON / WHITES /
COLOURS
Drying
Max. load for drying
(kg)
- 90°
F button to continue the
Rinse Plus
Countdown starts again and indicator lights "steady" again.
Textile type
Possible
options
Easy Ironing
Remaining time
Table of
programmes
Intensive
— Add or remove the item(s) of laundry
The time taken for the lid to unlock depends on the temperature inside the machine and, for safety reasons, this
may take several minutes if interrupting a cycle at more
than 40°C.
The time countdown stops. The
cycle sequence and "Remaining
time" lights flash alternately.
Prewash
F button to interrupt the
Duration Excluding Option
(hour - minutes)
— Press the “Start/Pause”
wash cycle.
To choose the most appropriate programme for your load, follow the indications given on the labels
attached to most textiles.
Max. dry load for
wash (kg)
Display
(not possible during spin)
Temperature (°C)
•Add or remove an item during the cycle
• EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMMES
Duration (*)
Washing + Drying
(hour - minutes)
Prohibited
Specific programmes
RINSE
0h20
SPIN ONLY
0h10
This programme ends with
a spin.
Choose the max speed the
laundry can withstand.
Drying programmes
Drying “High” :
COTTON / WHITES / COLOURS
20 mins to
200 mins
3
Select a drying
duration.
Drying “Low” :
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SYNTHETICS / DELICATES
● : These functions may be used alone or together – illogical combinations are impossible.
20 mins to
200 mins
— Some options are imposed (ex : Wash Steam Dry)
— For an explanation of the different programmes, refer to the chapter on “DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES”.
(*) : The times displayed at the start of the programme are based on a full load. They are readjusted during the
cycle, according to the load of laundry in the drum.
Pour les instituts de contrôle : OptiA 45min = Programme coton 40°C court.
Information :
Choosing an option changes the cycle duration, for example :
– Pre-wash option : the cycle is extended from 17 to 33 minutes.
– Extra Rinse option : the cycle is extended from 9 to 18 minutes.
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4 / PROGRAMMING YOUR APPLIANCE
4 / PROGRAMMING YOUR APPLIANCE
• CHANGING A PROGRAMME
• DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES
•During programming
All programme changes are possible as long
as you have not yet pressed the
F .
“Start/Pause”
•After the cycle starts
F butAfter pressing the “Start/Pause”
ton, if you wish to change the type of textile
(for example from “Cotton” to “Synthetics”
etc ...), you must cancel the current programme. To do this, turn the programme
selector A to the “OFF” position.
Then programme your new choice and
remember to confirm by pressing the
F .
“Start/Pause” button
NB : If you change a programme without cancelling, the
machine displays the following:
Remaining time
This indicates that the new selection will not
be recorded.
However, the current cycle is not cancelled
and if you return the programme selector
A to its original position, the cycle will
resume its normal course.
•Any time during the cycle
Depending on your model, the following changes are possible without pressing the
F .
“Start/Pause” button
— You can change the washing temperature
for the same type of fabric.
NB : If the temperature reached by the washing cycle is higher than your new choice, heating of the water stops immediately and the
cycle continues.
— You can change the spin speeds.
— You can select “Drain” or “Full tank stop” at
any time during washing.
— You can activate the Rinse Plus option
at any time until the start of the rinse phase
(until the "Rinse" light comes on).
— You can deactivate all the options at any
time during the cycle as long as their action is
not already complete.
• Wash programmes (continued)
•During the period preceding the
actual start of the cycle (when you have
• Wash programmes
chosen to delay the wash cycle).
— All programme changes are recorded during
the wait period before a delayed start.
— You can change the duration of the
"Delayed Start" at any time during the wait
period preceding the actual start of the cycle.
To do this, press the Delay start (+) or (-) buttons E to choose a new value.
NB:
— During this period, the choice of a new time
cancels the previous selection. The new duration chosen is recorded as of the latest selection.
— If during this period you wish to completely
cancel the "delayed start", press one of the
Delay start (+) or (-) E buttons until the
"Drying Time" light goes off and the
“Remaining time” light comes on. Then briefly
F . The
press the “Start/Pause” button
cycle will start immediately.
— You can activate or change the Easy
Ironing
, Prewash
, Intensive
,
Rinse Plus
and Drying
options at
any time during the wait period before a
"Delayed start”.
•OptiA 45min
•Spin only
This 40°C max programme lets you wash a
usual 3kg load of cotton and mixed items in 45
minutes "flat", guaranteeing perfect washing
results and maximum energy savings.
This programme lets you spin the laundry at
the speed of your choice. It is followed by
emptying.
•Rinse
•Cotton
Rinse followed by, on selection :
— spin with emptying,
— emptying only ("Draining" option),
— a full tank stop.
For a load comprising COTTON (white resistant or colour items).
Important :
If you are washing colours, do not
exceed 60°C max.
NB : During the first minutes of this programme, your washing machine automatically
estimates the load of laundry placed inside. It
adjusts water usage and programme duration
accordingly for perfect washing results. Thus
the remaining time displayed may vary considerably once this measurement has been
made.
Important :
With a "rinse only" followed by spin or
"spin only", be careful to choose the appropriate spin speed for the type of laundry in
the machine.
• Drying programmes only
•Drying High
Lets you dry a cotton load (max 4 kg) which
has been previously spun. Choose a duration
suitable for the load and the degree of drying
desired.
•Synthetics
For a load comprising RESISTANT SYNTHETICS or MIXED FIBRES.
•Wool / Delicates
•At the end of the cycle
When the machine displays "StOP" you can
programme a new cycle without returning the
programme selector A to the “OFF” position.
La machine est alors prête pour une nouvelle
programmation.
•Drying Low
For a load comprising NET, DELICATE
FABRICS, FRAGILE ITEMS and "MACHINEWASHABLE" wools.
NB : Programme with low mechanical action,
very low spin and agitation action adjusted to
suit these fabrics.
Lets you dry a load of synthetics or mixed
fibres that withstand tumble-drying at reduced
temperature.
NB : Avoid using this programme for resistant
fabrics.
Information :
•Flash 30min
During drying programmes, the
"Drying" option button is automatically selected and cannot be unlocked.
This programme at 40°C max lets you wash a 3
kg load of lightly soiled laundry comprising
COTTON, WHITES, COLOURS or RESISTANT
SYNTHETICS.
Its duration is just 30 minutes.
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Information :
The drying programmes finish with a
cooling cycle that lasts for a few minutes to
allow the washing to cool gradually.
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4 / PROGRAMMING YOUR APPLIANCE
• DETAILS OF OPTIONS
• OTHER FUNCTIONS
•Prewash
•Rinse Plus
Specially designed for soiled laundry (mud,
blood, etc.).
Cold agitation precedes a heating phase
30°C. This cold agitation helps remove the
stain particles before heating.
"Sensitive and allergic skin cycle": adds an
extra rinse to the wash cycle.
•Easy Ironing
Through reduced agitation and controlled
cooling of the wash water, this programme
limits wrinkles in the laundry and makes ironing easier.
Important :
In this case, it is necessary to also
place detergent in the “ ” compartment of
the detergent dispenser.
•Drying
This programme lets you run a drying cycle
immediately after your wash cycle. This option
always uses HIGH drying temperature. The
programme will stop automatically when the
appliance estimates the laundry to be dry.
Therefore you do not need to programme the
drying duration
•Intensive
This function improves washing performance
and by automatically increasing the temperature of the wash water and the agitation time,
it treats stubborn stains.
Important :
Before switching your machine on, check that the electrical power cord is connected and
the water valve is open. Ensure that the drum doors and the machine lid are properly closed.
In the "End of cycle" phase, when ”StOP” is displayed, any action on one of the control elements
(selector or buttons) lets you return to "Programming" mode.
For safety reasons, at the end of a cycle, we recommend disconnecting the power cord and shutting off the water supply valve.
• PROGRAMME FOR COMPARATIVE AND STANDARDISED TESTS
- Wash :
Cotton - 60°C - 8 kg - No option - Max spin
- Dry :
Cotton - High drying - 3 kg
- Properties :
•Active memorisation
Your washing machine memorises your washing habits. For each new programme it records the
temperature, speed and the options that you most frequently use and proposes them as soon as
you switch on.
Important :
When starting your appliance, it proposes the manufacturer's settings, but after a few
cycles it will take into account your own settings.
•Draining
This function is for very delicate laundry and lets you eliminate spinning and go directly to the emptying phase.
•Full tank stop
This function lets you remove laundry from your machine before the spin phase or lets you defer
this phase, and your laundry remains in the water to prevent it from creasing.
NB : When the machine is at full tank stop, the “Rinse/Spin” 5 cycle sequence
light and the remaining time light flash alternately.
The display 4 shows “00:00”.
Then :
— either you want to empty before spinning.
In this case, choose a spin speed suited to the
type of laundry, using the “Spin” button
C .
F button. The
Press the “Start/Pause”
programme will end automatically.
Remaining time
— or you want to empty only.
C ,
In this case, using the "Spin" button
choose the "Drain" function (spin speed
"110").
F button. The
Press the “Start/Pause”
programme will end automatically.
•Delayed start
You can delay the start of your programme by 1 to 24 hours to take advantage of preferred energy
rates or to end the cycle at the time desired.
To do this, select the required duration by pressing successively on the "Delay Start" (+) or (-) E
buttons until you reach the duration required.
NB : The time remaining before the start of the cycle is counted in hours up to 1 hour, then in minutes from 59 to 1 minute.
Information :
230V - 50Hz - 10A - 2200W.
For the results indicated on the energy label, the tests are conducted in accordance with European Directive 96/60/CE.
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During the entire wait period, four little segments light up one after the
other.
At the end of the wait period, the programme starts and the machine counts
the time remaining before the end of the cycle.
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Delay Start
/ Drying Time
Drying
Time
4 / PROGRAMMING YOUR APPLIANCE
5 / EVERYDAY MAINTENANCE OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• OTHER FUNCTIONS (continued)
•Cleaning the detergent dispenser
•Remaining Time Display
— During programming, the display 3 tells
you the estimated duration of the programme
for a standard load (*).
(*) The time indicated by the machine at the
start of the programme may vary during the
cycle :
— After estimating the load contained in the
drum.
— If you change the washing temperature
(even during the spin), if you add or remove
options, the time will be recalculated and
updated on the display.
— During the cycle, the display 3 shows
you the estimated time remaining until the end
of the cycle at all times.
— If power is disconnected during the wash
phase, when power returns the time displayed
may be less than the actual remaining time.
This time will be adjusted at the start of the
rinse phase.
Clean the detergent dispenser regularly.
To do this :
— Push the button forwards and pull the dispenser upwards (Fig. 18).
— Hold the dispenser under the hot water tap
to thoroughly clean the inside of the compartments and the water intake areas.
— For easier cleaning of the fabric softener
compartment, it has a removable siphon
(coloured part). Make sure you replace it correctly after cleaning.
— Then replace the entire detergent dispenser
in its housing, making sure it is positioned correctly.
Fig. 18
•Cleaning the pump filter
Important :
If you do not clean the pump filter regularly, your machine's performance may be
compromised.
• AUTOMATIC SAFETY FEATURES
•Lid opening safety
•Anti-foam safety
— As soon as the wash cycle has begun, your
machine lid locks.
— As soon as the cycle ends or when the
machine is at full tank stop, the lid unlocks.
— If you have programmed a "Delayed start",
the lid is not locked during the wait period preceding the start of the cycle.
— If you want to open the lid during the cycle,
press briefly on the “Start/Pause” button
F and wait at least 1 to 2 minutes so that
the lid safety feature unlocks.
Your washing machine can detect excessive
production of foam during the spin.
In this case, the spin stops and the machine is
emptied.
The cycle then resumes, adjusting the spin
speeds and possibly adding an extra rinse.
•Water safety
During operation, the water level is constantly
checked to prevent any overflow.
•Spin safety
Important :
Your washing machine has a safety feature
that can limit spinning if it detects that the load
is poorly distributed.
In this case, your laundry may be insufficiently
spun. Spread out your laundry evenly in the
drum and programme a new spin.
Depending on the moment during the
cycle when you wish to open the lid, this
period may be longer since a cooling period
is required.
Indeed, during the cycle, to prevent the lid
from unlocking, the temperature inside the
machine must not exceed a certain threshold, to prevent serious burns.
Fig. 19
Important :
First programme emptying then disconnect the power supply.
To clean the pump filter :
— Remove the baseboard (Fig. 19).
— Place a flat recipient under the pump
access.
— If your machine has a drain pipe, take it out
by detaching the cap from the base (Fig. 20).
— Open the cap at the end of the pipe and let
the water flow into the recipient (Fig. 20).
— Close the cap, making sure that it is pushed
down and reattach it in the base.
— Unscrew the cap of the drainage pump filter
(Fig. 21).
— Clean the filter.
— To replace it, insert it and point the small lug
on the cylindrical surface upwards (Fig. 22).
— Screw the cap back on as far as it will go
(Fig. 22).
— Replace the baseboard in its original position.
Fig. 20
Fig. 21
Important :
At the next wash, check that there is no
leak during the filling phase.
Fig. 22
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5 / EVERYDAY MAINTENANCE OF YOUR APPLIANCE
5 / EVERYDAY MAINTENANCE OF YOUR APPLIANCE
•Cleaning the drying filter
Important :
• MISCELLANEOUS MAINTENANCE
The filter must be cleaned after every
drying cycle.
The purpose of this filter is to catch the lint
that forms during drying, so that it does not
enter the air circulation system.
To clean the drying filter, proceed as follows :
— open the machine lid.
— the filter handle is on the right, near to the
drum opening.
— remove the filter from its housing by pulling
it towards you (Fig. 23).
— clean it without wetting it by pulling off the
thin layer of lint covering it.
— return the filter to its housing, pushing it
firmly into place.
•Upkeep of internal parts
•Replacement of the water supply
hose
To ensure better hygiene we recommend the
following:
— leave the lid open for a while after washing.
— clean the plastic and rubber parts around
the cavity access around once a month using
a product with low bleach content. Rinse to
eliminate all residue from this product.
— run a 90°C wash cycle at least once a month
Fig. 23
When changing it, ensure it is well tightened
and that there is a seal at both ends.
•Replacement of the power cord
Important :
To ensure your safety, this must be carried out by the manufacturer's after-sales
service team or a qualified professional.
•Periodic checks
We recommend that you check the condition
of water supply and emptying hoses. If you
observe the slightest cracking, do not hesitate to replace them with identical hoses available from the manufacturer or its After-Sales
Service.
•Access to the bottom of the tank
Removing the vane from the drum :
If an item of laundry falls between the drum
and the vane :
— Close the drum after emptying it.
— Turn the drum until the vane attaches.
— Unscrew and remove the 2 screws A
(TORX T20 recesses), the vane falls into the
drum. Take the precaution of placing a towel
to cushion the fall (Fig. 24).
— Turn the drum around and open it.
— Pick up the fallen part through the openings
created by removal of the vane.
— To refit, insert the vane, from front to back,
into its housing.
— Close the drum and turn it around.
— Hold the vane while you place the screws.
•Risk of freezing
If there is a risk of freezing, disconnect the
water supply hose and empty the water that
may be left in the emptying hose, placing the
hose as low as possible in a cup.
A
Fig. 24
•Cleaning your appliance
Important :
When cleaning the control panel, the
drum access area and the body, use a
sponge or a damp cloth and liquid soap only.
In all cases, avoid the following (Fig. 25) :
— Abrasive powders
— Metal or plastic sponges
— Alcohol-based products (alcohol, thinners,
etc.)
Fig. 25
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6 / INCIDENTS THAT MAY OCCUR
6 / INCIDENTS THAT MAY OCCUR
Tip :
Important :
Certain incidents may arise when using your washing machine; here are the points to be
checked.
Problems :
The cycle does not start :
The sensitive buttons are inactive :
The display is off :
Possible causes / Remedies :
- you have not pressed the “Start” button.
- the appliance is not connected to the power source:
- check that the plug is plugged in.
- check the circuit-breaker and the fuses
- the water intake valve is closed (d01)
- the machine lid is not properly closed (d07)
- the pause function is activated
- the "Child Safety" feature is activated: deactivate it by
pressing the appropriate buttons
- check that the plug is plugged in.
- check whether the circuit-breaker is activated
- your machine is in "Energy savings" mode (display
goes off after 1hr without action)
Strong vibrations during spinning :
- your machine is not properly unpacked: check that all
the struts used for transport have been removed
- the floor is not horizontal
- your machine is not steady on all 4 feet: adjust the
feet
A puddle of water forms around the
Caution : First remove the plug or cut off the
machine :
relevant fuse and close the water intake valve.
During operation of the appliance, the constant level
check prevents water from overflowing. If water comes
out of the machine in spite of this, it is possible that :
- the emptying cross-piece is incorrectly positioned in
the discharge pipe.
- the connections between the water supply hose and
valve and the machine are not tight: check the presence of seals as well as tightening of connections
- NB : excess foam may have caused overflow: in this
case (slight leak), try to re-programme a supervised
cycle with a smaller amount of detergent. If the leak
reoccurs, contact the After-Sales Service
Generally speaking, and regardless of the anomaly observed, the machine should be stopped, the power cord disconnected and the water intake valve closed.
Problems :
The machine does not empty :
Possible causes / Remedies :
- you have programmed "Full tank stop."
- the drainage pump or filter are blocked: clean these
parts
- the discharge pipe is bent or flattened.
The load is not spun or insufficiently - you have selected a programme without spin, for
example "Draining".
spun :
- The spin safety feature has detected poor distribution
of the load in the drum: unpile the laundry and programme another spin phase
the programme is not yet finished: the lid remains
The lid does not open :
locked for the duration of the programme, and for as
long as the temperature remains too high (this may
take a few minutes)
- you have not selected a drying time
The drying cycle does not start :
- the estimated load is too large to combine automatically with drying (a flashing number 4 is displayed)
The laundry is not as dry as you - the drying programme chosen is not suitable for the
type of laundry in the machine (Pay attention to the
wish it to be :
information given on the clothing labels)
- the drying time selected is not suitable: increase or
reduce the drying time according to the degree of
drying required
- the load of dried laundry is larger than the maximum
load permitted (see Determination of the laundry load
in the "SORTING THE LAUNDRY" chapter and the
maximum loads permitted in the programme table)
- the laundry to be dried has not been spun sufficiently
- with a washing programme with subsequent drying:
the load is not properly spread out. Automatic detection of the end of drying has stopped the drying cycle
prematurely.
You want to run a wash only, but a - you have selected the "Drying" option
drying cycle follows automatically :
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6 / INCIDENTS THAT MAY OCCUR
7 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE
• INCIDENTS THAT YOU CAN FIX YOURSELF
Your appliance detects certain operating incidents itself and informs you via specific messages on
the display. Below we explain how you can very easily fix these incidents yourself:
Messages
Causes / Remedies
• INTERVENTIONS
Any repairs that are made to your appliance
must be handled by a qualified professional
authorised to work on the brand. When you
call, mention your appliance's complete reference (model, type, serial number). This information appears on the manufacturer's nameplate (Fig. 26).
ORIGINAL PARTS
During any maintenance work, ask that only
certified original replacement parts be used.
Filling fault. Check that the water intake valve is open, then press the “Start” button
to restart the cycle.
Emptying fault Clean the pump filter (refer to the chapter on "EVERYDAY MAINTENANCE: Cleaning the filter"), then press the "Start" button again to restart the cycle.
Cover locking fault. Check the lid is closed then press the “Start” button again to
restart the cycle.
Detection of a load that is too large to run subsequent drying. Reduce the load and
restart the drying.
Important :
If you have not been able to fix one of the above incidents yourself, call the repair engineer and
relay the message displayed (d01, d02, etc.) to make the repair easier.
Fig. 26
Tip :
If you have experienced an operating problem which does not match the cases mentioned
above, please proceed as follows before calling a repair engineer:
— turn the programme selector to "0" position and turn off the power supply for at least 10 seconds.
— put the plug back in and start another wash cycle
If the problem continues, call your repair engineer.
Important :
Do not start another wash cycle if the drum remains blocked, if you see water around your
machine or if you can smell burning.
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