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MANUAL,OWNER’S
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MFL67658574
OWNER’S MANUAL
COMMERCIAL WASHER
Before beginning installation, read these instructions carefully.
This will simplify installation and ensure that the washer is
installed correctly and safely. Leave these instructions near the
washer after installation for future reference.
MODEL
F1069FDF/F1069FD4F/F1069FD6F/F1069FD7F
www.lg.com
MFL67658574
Copyright © 2017 LG Electronics Inc. All Rights Reserved
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PRODUCT FEATURES
PRODUCT FEATURES
DIRECT DRIVE SYSTEM
The advanced brushless DC motor drives the drum directly without using a belt and pulley.
TILTED DRUM AND EXTRA LARGE DOOR OPENING
The tilted drum and extra large opening make it possible to load and unload clothing more easily.
ULTRA CAPACITY
The larger drum enables more tumbling action and greater centrifugal force, but also less tangling
and wrinkling of the laundry. Heavier loads, such as king size comforters, blankets, and curtains can
be washed.
SEE-THROUGH DOOR AND BIG DOOR
You can see the laundry throughout the cycle.
MAGNETIC DOOR PLUNGER
Safely and conveniently secure the door slightly ajar with the magnetic door plunger. This will
promote air circulation and allow the interior of the machine to dry. To use this feature, after the load
has been removed, do not close the door completely. When the magnetic door plunger comes into
contact with the metal washer cabinet, it will secure the door slightly open allowing the interior of
the washer to dry.
STAINLESS STEEL DRUM
Stainless steel drum offers extreme durability.
TUB CLEAN
Regular cleaning of the tub on a monthly basis using TUB CLEAN can help keep the tub clean and
fresh.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
Warning
For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or
explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, injury to persons, or death.
Your Safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always
read and obey all safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word DANGER, WARNING
or CAUTION. These words mean:
DANGER
You will be killed or seriously injured if you don’t immediately follow instructions.
Warning
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don’t follow instructions.
CAUTION
You may be slightly injured or cause damage to the product if you do not follow instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of
injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
Warning
For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or
explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, injury to persons, or death.
This appliance can be used by children aged from
8 years and above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack
of experience and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use
of the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall
not be made by children without supervision.
Children of less than 3 years should be kept away
unless continuously supervised.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
Warning
For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or
explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, injury to persons, or death.
BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Warning
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using this appliance, follow basic
precautions, including the following.
•R
ead all instructions before using the washer.
• Do not wash articles that have been previously
cleaned in, washed in, soaked in, or spotted with
gasoline, dry cleaning solvents, or other flammable
or explosive substances, as they give off vapors
that could ignite or explode.
• Do not add gasoline, dry cleaning solvents, or other
flammable or explosive substances to the wash
water.
These substances give off vapors that could ignite
or explode.
• Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be
produced in a hot water system that has not been
used for 2 weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS IS
EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water system has not been
used for such a period, before using the washing
machine, turn on all hot water faucets and let the
water flow from each for several minutes. This will
release any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas
is flammable, do not smoke or use an open flame
during this time.
• Do not allow children to play on or in the washer.
Close supervision of children is necessary when the
washer is used near children.
• Before the washer is removed from service or
discarded, remove the door to prevent children
from hiding inside.
• Do not install or store the washer where it will be
exposed to the weather.
• Do not tamper with the controls.
• Do not repair or replace any part of the washer
or attempt any servicing unless specifically
recommended in the user-maintenance instructions
or published user-repair instructions that you
understand and have the skills to carry out.
• See Installation Instructions for grounding
requirements.
• ALWAYS follow the fabric care instructions supplied
by the garment manufacturer.
• Do not place items exposed to cooking oil in your
washer. Items contaminated with cooking oils may
contribute to a chemical reaction that could cause a
load to catch fire.
• Do not use fabric softeners or products to eliminate
static unless recommended by the manufacturer of
the fabric softener or product.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk
of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric current. This appliance is equipped with
a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an
appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
• Do not use an adapter or extension cord.
• Do not remove ground prong.
• If you don’t have the proper outlet, consult an electrician.
Warning
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in risk of electric shock. Consult a
qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is properly grounded. Do
not modify the plug provided with the appliance - if it does not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed
by a qualified electrician.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
Warning
For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or
explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, injury to persons, or death.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION
Warning
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using this appliance, follow basic
precautions, including the following.
• Refer to INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS for
detailed grounding procedures. Installation
instructions are packed in the washer for installer's
reference. If the washer is moved to a new location,
have it checked and reinstalled by a qualified service
person. Failure to follow this warning can cause
serious injury, fire, electric shock or death.
• Do not, under any circumstances cut or remove the
third (ground) prong from the power cord. Failure
to follow this warning can cause serious injury, fire,
electric shock or death.
• For personal safety, this appliance must be properly
grounded. Failure to follow this warning can cause
serious injury, fire, electric shock or death.
• The power cord of this appliance is equipped with
a 3-prong (grounding) plug which fits a standard
3-prong (grounding) wall outlet to minimize the
possibillty of electric shock hazard from this
appliance.
• This washer must be plugged into a 220-240 V~, 50
Hz grounded outlet. Failure to follow this warning
can cause serious injury, fire, electric shock, or
death.
• Have the wall outlet and circuit checked by a
qualified electrician to make sure the outlet is
properly grounded.
Failure to follow this warning can cause serious
injury, fire, electric shock, or death.
• Where a standard 2-prong wall outlet is
encountered, it is your personal responsibility
and obligation to have it replaced with a properly
grounded 3-prong wall outlet.
Failure to follow this warning can cause serious
injury, fire, electric shock, or death.
• Do not install on carpet. Install the washer on a
solid floor. Failure to follow this warning can cause
serious leak damage.
• Do not remove the ground prong. Do not use an
adapter or extension cord. Plug into a grounded
3 prong outlet. Failure to follow this warning can
cause serious injury, fire, electric shock, or death.
• The washer should always be plugged into its own
individual electrical outlet which has a voltage rating
that matches the rating plate. This provides the best
performance and also prevents overloading house
wiring circuits which could cause a fire hazard from
overheated wires.
• Never unplug your washer by pulling on the power
cord. Always grip the plug firmly and pull straight
out from the outlet. Failure to follow this warning can
cause serious injury, fire, electric shock, or death.
• Repair or replace all power cords that have become
frayed or otherwise damaged. Do not use a cord
that shows cracks or abrasion damage along its
length or at either end. Failure to follow this warning
can cause serious injury, fire, electric shock,or death.
• When installing or moving the washer, be careful
not to pinch, crush, or damage the power cord.
Failure to follow this warning can cause serious
injury, fire, electric shock, or death.
• The washer must be installed and electrically
grounded by a qualified service person in
accordance with local codes, to prevent shock
hazard and assure stability during operation.
• The washer is heavy. Two or more people are
needed to install and move the appliance. Failure to
do so can result in back or other injury
• Store and install the washer where it will not
be exposed to temperatures below freezing or
exposed to outdoor weather conditions. Failure to
follow this warning can cause serious leak damage.
• Do not install the washer in humid spaces to reduce
the risk of electric shock. Failure to follow this warning
can cause serious injury, fire, electric shock, or death.
• To reduce the risk of injury to persons, adhere to all
industry recommended safety procedures including
the use of long sleeved gloves and safety glasses.
Failure to follow all of the safety warnings in this
manual could result in property damage, injury to
persons or death.
• Keep the area underneath and around your appliances
free of combustible materials such as lint, paper, rags,
chemicals, etc. Failure to do so can result in fire.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
Warning
For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or
explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, injury to persons, or death.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE, CARE, CLEANING, AND DISPOSAL
Warning
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using the washer, follow basic
precautions, including the following:
• Unplug the washer before cleaning to avoid the
risk of electric shock.
• Never use harsh chemicals, abrasive cleaners,
or solvents to clean the washer. They will
damage the finish.
• Do not put oily or greasy rags or clothing on
top of the washer. These substances give off
vapors that could ignite the materials.
• Do not wash items that are soiled with
vegetable or cooking oil. These items may
contain some oil after laundering.
Due to the remaining oil, the fabric may smoke
or catch fire by itself.
• Disconnect this appliance from the power
supply before attempting any user maintenance.
Turning the controls to the OFF position does
not disconnect this appliance from the power
supply.
Failure to follow this warning can cause serious
injury, fire, electric shock, or death.
• Do not combine laundry products for use in 1
load unless specified on the label. Do not mix
chlorine bleach with ammonia or acids such as
vinegar.
Follow package directions when using laundry
products. Incorrect usage can produce
poisonous gasresulting in serious injury or death.
• Do not reach into the washer while parts are
moving. Before loading, unloading, or adding
items, push the START/PAUSE button and allow
the drum to coast to a complete stop before
reaching inside.
Failure to follow this warning can cause serious
injury, fire, electric shock, or death.
• This
appliance is not intended for
use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use
of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
• Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
• Do not allow children to play on or in the
washer.
Close supervision of children is necessary when
the washer is used near children. As children
grow, teach them the proper, safe use of all
appliances.
Failure to comply with these warnings could
result in serious personal injuries.
• Destroy the carton, plastic bag, and other
packing materials after the washer is unpacked.
Children might use them for play.
Cartons covered with rugs, bedspreads or plastic
sheets can become airtight chambers. Failure
to comply with these warnings could result in
serious personal injuries.
• Keep laundry products out of children's reach.
To prevent injury to persons, observe all
warnings on product labels. Failure to comply
with these warnings could result in serious
personal injuries.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
Warning
For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or
explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, injury to persons, or death.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE, CARE, CLEANING, AND DISPOSAL
Warning
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using the washer, follow basic
precautions, including the following:
• Remove the door to the washing compartment
to avoid the danger of children or small animals
getting trapped inside before your washer is
removed from service or discarded. Failure to
do so can result injury or death.
• Before the washer is removed from service or
discarded, remove the washer door to prevent
accidental entrapment.
Failure to comply with these warnings could
result in serious personal injuries.
• Unplug the washer before replacing external
fuse. Failure to follow this warning can cause
serious injury, fire, electric shock or death.
• If
the supply cord is damaged,
it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order
to avoid a hazard.
•T
he new hose-sets supplied with
the appliance are to be used and
that old hose-sets should not be
reused.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
2
3
PRODUCT FEATURES
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
5 BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
5 GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
6 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION
7SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE,
CARE, CLEANING, AND DISPOSAL
10 Parts And Accessories
10Parts
10Accessories
11 Control panel features
11 Coin type
11 Card type / OPL type
13 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
13
14
14
15
16
16
17
Checking and choosing the proper location
Unpacking and removing shipping bolts
Installing Hole cap
Connecting the water lines
Connecting the drain line
Connecting the auto dosing
Leveling the washing machine
18PREPARATION
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19
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20
20
21
Precautions for fabric care before wash cycle
Fabric care labels
Sorting laundry
Recommended detergent
About the dispenser
Loading the dispenser
22 OPERATING YOUR Washer
23 PROGRAMMING MODE
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25
26
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Structure of Programming mode
– Card/Coin type
Structure of Programming mode – OPL type
PROGRAMMING MODE –SETUP MODE
- 1. How to change regular price.
- 2. How to change regular delicates price.
- 3. How to change regular warm & cold
price
- 4. How to change regular hot price
- 5. How to change special price
- 6. How to change special delicates price
- 7. How to change special warm & cold price
- 8. How to change special hot price
- 9. How to change add super wash price
- 10. How to change add super wash type
- 11. How to enter the
- 11-1. Special price day setup
- 11-2. Non-stop rinse setup
- 11-3. Add Super Wash setup
40 - 11-4. V
end type setup - card type or coin
type setup
41 - 11-5. Pre-wash setup
42 - 11-6. Twin spray setup
43 - 12. How to enter the
44 - 12-1. Pause function setup
45 - 13. How to enter the special price day
46 - 13-1. How to change to Sunday
47 - 14. Special price beginning time setup
48 - 15. Special price ending time setup
49 - 16. Prewash time setup
50 - 17. Washing time setup
51 - 18. Rinsing time per cycle
52 - 19. Rinsing time setup
53 - 20. Top spin speed – final spin time
depends on RPM
54 - 21. Value of coin 1
55 - 22. Value of coin 2
56 - 23. Penny increment pricing offset
57 - 24. How to change the water level
58 - 25. Beep volume
59 - 26. Time to keep the coin (Use only for
coin type)
60 - 27. How to set drop count
61 - 28. How to set shut down time after UE
62 - 29. How to set rinse spin enable
63 - 30. How to set drop count for rinse spin
64 - 31. How to set auto dosing
65 - 32. How to enter the
66 - 33. How to set custom program
67 PROGRAMMING MODE – TEST MODE
67 - 1.
68 - 2. Factory reset 69 - 3. Time setup
70 - 4. Courtesy cycle
71 - 5. Cycle Kill
72 - 6. Password 73 - 7. Tub clean 74 PROGRAMMING MODE – COLLECT MODE
75 Collect Mode Data lists
76 MAINTENANCE
76
76
76
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78
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79
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Care after wash
Storing the Washer
Cleaning the Dispenser
Cleaning the water inlet filters
Cleaning the drain pump filter
Cleaning the door seal
Clean the drum, TUB CLEAN
81 ERROR MODE
82 Power Fail Recovery
82 Default washer Settings
83SPECIFICATIONS
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Parts And Accessories
Parts And Accessories
Parts
Detergent
dispenser
(for single
model)
Detergent
dispenser drawer
(for stack model)
Water
inlets
Control
panel
Door
Magnet Door
Plunger
(see page 2)
Door seal
Shipping
bolts
Power cord
Tub
Drain hose
Leveling feet
Drain pump filter cover
Drain pump filter
Drain hose
Accessories
(-)
(+)
Hot and Cold
Water Hoses
Wrench
(for removing
shipping bolts and
adjusting leveling feet)
Non-skid pads
Hole cap (4)
(for securing
auto dosing
hole)
Caps (4)
(for covering
shipping bolt holes)
Tie Strap
(for securing drain hose)
Harness
(for connecting
auto dosing)
Elbow Bracket
(for securing
drain hose)
OPL sheet
(only for OPL type)
Control panel features
Control panel features
Coin type - Side by side (F1069FD4F)
5
5
1
1
2
2
4
4
3
3
4
3
Coin type - Stack (F1069FDF)
5
1
2
Card / OPL Type (F1069FD6F, F1069FD7F)
5
1
2
4
1. Display LED
2. Cycle button
3. Optional function button
3
4. Start/Pause button
5. Status LED
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12
Control panel features
Status LED
Display LED
Cycle button
Start/Pause button Optional function button
Display LED
Optional function button
The display shows the vend price and
remaining time and programming options. Error
codes are also displayed here.
Add Super Wash: Wash time or rinse cycle can
be added when additional coin is inserted or a
valid cash card is entered.
Custom PGM: Customized cycle program can
be used. Only available in OPL type.
Start/Pause button
Cycle button
Press the CYCLE button to select the desired
cycle based on laundry types and conditions.
Hot
Use for hot washing for heavy fabrics, such as
white clothes, table linens, and heavily soiled
clothes.
Warm
Use for warm washing for heavy fabrics, such
as jeans, corduroys, or work clothes.
Cold
Use for cold washing for sturdy fabrics, such
as casual work.
Delicates
Use for cold washing for synthetic fabrics, such
as washable knit fabric and no-iron finishes.
The Start/Pause LED flashes when the full
vend price has been satisfied and the cycle has
been chosen.
Status LED
LED
Description
LED flashes whenever the
Washing cycle is in operation.
LED flashes whenever the
Rinsing cycle is in operation.
LED flashes whenever the
Spinning cycle is in operation.
ED flashes whenever the
L
door lock is activated.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Checking and choosing the
proper location
Install the washing machine on a solid floor
that is strong and rigid enough to support the
weight of the washing machine, even when
fully loaded, without flexing or bouncing. If
the floor has too much flex, you may need to
reinforce it to make it more rigid. If the floor
is not solid, it may cause severe vibration and
noise.
Installing on a floor
221/4”
(570mm)
1 Clean the floor before installation.
303/16”
(767mm)
525/8”
(1337mm)
-M
ake sure to select solid and smooth
ground.
2 T wo or more people are needed for moving
4”
(100mm)
and unpacking the washing machine.
llow for sufficient space between the walls
3 A
and the washing machine for installation.
Space requirements
3811/16”
(983mm)
You must allow sufficient space for water lines,
the drain line, and airflow.
NOTE
• Be sure to allow for wall, door, or floor
moldings that may increase the required
clearances.
1”
(25mm)
27”
(686mm)
1”
(25mm)
NOTE
• The floor must be strong and rigid enough
to support the weight of the washer, when
fully loaded, without flexing or bouncing. If
your floor has too much flex, you may need
to reinforce it to make it more rigid.
A floor that is adequate for a top-loading
washer may not be rigid enough for a front
loading washer, due to the difference in
the spin speed and direction. If the floor is
not solid, your washer may vibrate and you
may hear and feel the vibration throughout
your house.
• Before installing the washer, make sure
the floor is clean, dry and free of dust, dirt,
water and oils so the washer feet can not
slide easily. Leveling feet that can move or
slide on the floor can contribute to excess
vibration and noise due to poor contact
with the floor.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Unpacking and removing
shipping bolts
When removing the washer from the carton
base, be sure to remove the foam drum
support in the middle of the carton base.
If you must lay the washer down to remove
the base packaging materials, always lay it
carefully on its side.
DO NOT lay the washer on its front or back.
Carton Base
NOTE
• Save the bolt assemblies for future use. To
prevent damage to internal components,
DO NOT transport the washer without
reinstalling the shipping bolts.
• Failure to remove shipping bolts and retainers may cause severe vibration and noise,
which can lead to permanent damage to
the washer. The cord is secured to the
back of the washer with a shipping bolt to
help prevent operation with shipping bolts
in place.
Foam Tub Support
emove the bottom two shipping bolts
1 R
with the wrench (included) to fully loosen
all four shipping bolts by turning them
counterclockwise and then pulling them out.
Installing Hole cap
1 Take the hole cap out from manual bag.
Retainer
Hole cap
Shipping
bolt
2 Insert the hole cap (4 pieces) into hose
connect in back of the machine.
2 L ocate the four hole caps included in the
accessory pack and install them in the
shipping bolt holes.
NOTE
Cap
• In case of using auto dosing feature,
inserting hole cap is unnecessary.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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Connecting the water lines
the rubber seals on both sides of the
1 Check
hose.
- Insert a rubber seal into the threaded
fittings on each hose to prevent leaking.
Rubber seal
Water hose
(To water inlet on the
washing machine)
Rubber seal
Water hose
(To faucet)
onnect the water supply hoses to the HOT
2 C
and COLD water faucets tightly by hand and
then tighten another 2/3 turn with pliers.
- Connect the blue hose to a cold water
faucet and the red hose to a hot water
faucet.
4 Connect the hoses to the water inlets tightly
by hand and then tighten another 2/3 turn
with pliers.
- Connect the blue hose to the cold water
inlet and the red hose to the hot water
inlet.
Cold water
inlet
Hot water
inlet
WARNING
• Do not overtighten the hoses.
Overtightening can damage the valves
resulting in leaking and property damage.
5 Check for leaks by turning on the faucets.
- If water leaks, check steps 1 to 4 again.
NOTE
WARNING
• Do not overtighten. Damage to the coupling can result.
fter connecting inlet hose to water faucets,
3 A
turn on the water faucets to flush out foreign
substances (dirt, sand or sawdust) in the
water lines. Let water drain into a bucket,
and check the water temperature.
• For your safety, and for extended product
life, use only authorized components. The
manufacturer is not responsible for product
malfunction or accidents caused by the
use of separately purchased unauthorized
parts.
• Use new hoses when you install the
washing machine. Do not reuse old hoses.
Use only the inlet hoses provided with the
washer. LG does not recommend the use
of aftermarket hoses.
• Periodically check the hoses for cracks,
leaks and wear, and replace the hoses
every 5 years.
• Do not stretch the water hoses intentionally, and make sure that they are not crushed
by other objects.
• Water supply pressure must be between
1,0 kgf/cm² and 8,0 kgf/cm² (0,1~0,8 MPa).
If the water supply pressure is more than
8,0 kgf/cm², a pressure reducing valve
must be installed.
• To provide optimum washing performance
the hot water temperature should be set at
120-135°F (48-57°C) and the cold at 60°F
(15°C).
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Connecting the drain line
Secure the drain hose in place to prevent
moving and leaking.
Using a laundry tub
1 Clip the end of the hose into the elbow bracket.
- Connect the elbow bracket within 4 inches
(10 cm) from the end of the drain hose.
If the drain hose is extended more than
4 inches (10 cm) beyond the end of the
elbow bracket, mold, or microorganisms
could spread to the inside of the washer.
NOTE
• The drain hose should be properly secured.
Failure to properly secure the drain hose
can result in flooding and malfunction.
• Total height of the hose end should not
exceed 39,4 inches (100,0 cm) from the
bottom of the washer.
• The drain must be installed in accordance
with any applicable local codes and regulations.
• Make sure that the water lines are not
stretched, pinched, crushed, or kinked.
No more than
4 inches (10 cm)
Elbow Bracket
2 Hang the end of the drain hose over the side
of the laundry tub.
Using a standpipe
Elbow
Bracket
lip the end of the hose into the elbow
1 C
Laundry Tub
bracket.
-C
onnect the elbow bracket within 4 inches
(10 cm) from the end of the drain hose.
If the drain hose is extended more than
4 inches (10 cm) beyond the end of the
elbow bracket, mold or microorganisms
could spread to the inside of the washer.
max. 39.4”
max. 39.4”
(1.0 m)
(1.0 m)
Drain Hose
Tie Strap
3 Use a tie strap to secure the drain hose in
No more than
4 inches (10 cm)
place.
Connecting the auto dosing
Elbow Bracket
2 Insert the end of the drain hose into the
standpipe.
Elbow Bracket
Drain Hose
1
U
nscrew the 2 screws on the protective
cover and remove the cover.
2
C
onnect the auto dosing harness from
Accessory parts.
NOTE
se a tie strap to secure the drain hose in
3 U
place.
• The voltage of the auto dosing machine
should be the same as the washer's voltage.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Leveling the washing machine
The washer tub of your new washing machine
spins at very high speeds. To minimize vibration,
noise, and unwanted movement, the floor must
be perfectly level and solid.
heck the washing machine’s level.
1 C
-C
heck the precise level by rocking the top
edges of the washing machine or placing
a level on the washing machine. The slope
beneath the washing machine must not
exceed 1°, and all four leveling feet must
rest firmly on the floor.
Level
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4 Check the washing machine’s level again.
- Push or rock the top edges of the washing
machine gently to make sure that the
washing machine does not rock.
- If the washing machine rocks, repeat steps
1 to 3.
WARNING
• Using the washing machine without leveling, it may result in malfunction caused
by the production of excess vibration and
noise.
• Use the leveling feet only when you level
the washing machine. If you raise the leveling feet unnecessarily, it may cause abnormal vibration of the washing machine.
Using non-skid pads (optional)
1°
2 T urn the lower leveling feet clockwise to
level the washing machine.
-T
urning the lower leveling feet clockwise
raises the washing machine.
If you install the washing machine on a slippery
surface, it may move because of excessive
vibration. Incorrect leveling may cause
malfunction through noise and vibration. In the
event of this, lay the non-skid pads under the
leveling feet and adjust the level.
1 Clean the floor to attach the non-skid pads.
- Use a dry rag to remove and clean foreign
objects or moisture. If moisture remains,
the non-skid pads may slip.
2 Adjust the level after placing the washing
machine in the installation area.
3 Place the adhesive side of the non-skid pad
Raise
3 T urn the locknuts counterclockwise and
tighten them when the washing machine is
level.
on the floor.
- It is most effective to install the non-skid
pads under the front legs. If it is hard to
place the pads under the front legs, place
them under the back legs.
This side up
Adhesive
side
Tighten all 4 lock
nuts securely using
the wrench.
Remove
backing
4 Check the washing machine’s level again.
- Push or rock the top edges of the washing
machine gently to make sure that the
washing machine does not rock. If the
washing machine rocks, level the washing
machine again.
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PREPARATION
PREPARATION
Precautions for fabric care before wash cycle
Read and observe the following to prevent shrinkage or damage to clothes.
uu Check all pockets to make sure that they are
empty.
- Items such as clips, matches, pens, coins,
and keys can damage both your washer
and your clothes.
uu Close zippers, hooks, and drawstrings
to prevent these items from snagging or
tangling on other clothes.
uu Pretreat heavily stained areas before
washing.
-D
oing so will produce clean, stain-free
results.
uu Combine large and small items in a load.
Load large items first.
uu Large items should not be more than half of
the total washload.
uu The washer can be fully loaded, but the
drum should not be tightly packed with
items.
- The door of the washer should close easily.
uu Do not wash single items, except for bulky
items such as blankets. Make sure to wash
laundry in similar types of loads.
-W
ashing a single small item may result in
the tub becoming unbalanced, vibrating,
making a noise.
uu Do not wash waterproof clothes.
-T
his may cause abnormal vibration or may
cause the load to bounce, which could
damage the tub.
uu Check if there are any other foreign objects
in the door seal and take extra care that
clothes do not get caught there.
-F
oreign objects in the door seal may stain
clothes, and water may leak if clothes get
caught in the door seal.
uu Wash underwear or small, light items in a
laundry net.
- Small, light items may get caught in the
door seal, and a brassiere hook may
damage other items or the tub.
uu Brush heavy soil, dust, or hair off fabrics
before washing.
- Laundry may not wash clean if there is
dirt or sand on the fabrics, or they may be
damaged due to particles rubbing against
sheer fabrics.
uu Wash blankets individually.
- Washing more than one blanket together
may produce unclean results due to
tangling or an unbalanced load.
uu Always separate fabrics according to their
colors and wash them separately to prevent
colors from running.
- Fabrics may damage or become stained
due to fabric dyes running or due to foreign
objects transferring from one fabric to
another.
PREPARATION
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Fabric care labels
Sorting laundry
Most articles of clothing feature fabric care
labels that include instructions for proper care.
It is recommended that you sort laundry into
similar loads that are washable in the same
cycle.
Refer to the following chart for sorting clothes
Category
Label
Directions
Hand Wash
Machine Wash,
Normal Cycle
se Permanent Press/
U
Wrinkle Resistant
washing machine
setting (which has a
cool down or
cold spray before the
reduced spin)
Washing
Use Gentle/Delicate
washing machine
setting (slow agitation
and/ or reduced wash
time).
Do Not Wash
Do Not Wring
Hot
Water
Temperature
Warm
Cold/Cool
Any Bleach (When
Needed)
Bleach
symbols
Only Non-Chlorine
Bleach
(When Needed)
Do Not Bleach
Colors
Whites / Lights / Darks
Soil
Heavy / Normal / Light
Fabric
Delicates / Easy Care / Sturdy
Cottons
Lint
Lint Producers / Lint Collectors
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PREPARATION
Recommended detergent
About the dispenser
Use HE (High-Efficiency) detergent for frontloading washing machines. HE detergents
dissolve more efficiently and produce
fewer suds to ensure efficient washing and
rinsing. Use the correct amount of detergent
as indicated on the label of the detergent
packaging.
The automatic dispenser consists of three
compartments which hold:
• Liquid chlorine bleach.
• Liquid fabric softener.
• Liquid and powdered detergent and colorsafe bleach for main wash.
All laundry products can be added at once
in their respective dispenser compartments.
They will be dispensed at the appropriate time
for the most effective cleaning.
After adding the laundry products to the
dispenser, close the dispenser cover.
NOTE
• Use HE detergents, since using a regular
detergent will produce excessive suds.
• HE detergents produce fewer suds,
dissolve more efficiently to improve
washing and rinsing performance, and help
to keep the interior of your washer clean.
• Use less detergent for soft water.
• W ipe up any spills immediately, as liquids
could damage the finish and the control
panel of the washing machine.
• Using too much detergent can cause
a build-up in the tub resulting in
unsatisfactory performance and machine
malfunction.
• If you use a detergent that does not
dissolve easily or a detergent with high
viscosity, it will leave a residue on the tub,
which may not rinse properly.
To add detergent, bleach, and fabric softener
to the automatic dispenser:
1. Open the dispenser cover.
2. Load the laundry products into the
appropriate compartments.
3. Slowly close the dispenser cover to avoid
early dispensing of the laundry products.
NOTE
• It is normal for a small amount of water to
remain in the dispenser compartments at
the end of the cycle.
PREPARATION
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Loading the dispenser
Main Wash Detergent Compartment
This compartment holds laundry detergent
for the main wash cycle, which is added to
the load at the beginning of the cycle. Use HE
(High-Efficiency) detergent with your washing
machine.
Follow the detergent manufacturer's
instructions with respect to the amount of
detergent to use, and never use more than
the recommended amount. Using too much
detergent can result in detergent buildup in
clothing and the washer. Either powdered or
liquid detergent may be used.
NOTE
• Liquid or powdered color-safe bleach may
be added to the main wash compartment
with detergent of the same type.
Liquid Bleach Compartment
This compartment holds liquid chlorine bleach,
which will be dispensed automatically at the
proper time during the wash cycle.
NOTE
• Do not add powdered or liquid color-safe
bleach to this compartment.
• A lways follow the manufacturer’s recommendations when adding bleach. Do not
exceed the maximum fill line. Using too
much bleach can damage fabrics.
• Never pour undiluted liquid chlorine bleach
directly onto the load or into the drum.
Fabric damage can occur.
Fabric Softener Compartment
- Single model -
This compartment holds liquid fabric softener,
which will be automatically dispensed during
the final rinse cycle.
NOTE
Main Wash
Detergent
Compartment
Liquid Chlorine
Liquid Fabric
Bleach Compartment Softener Compartment
- Stack model Main Wash Detergent
Compartment
Liquid Chlorine
Bleach Compartment
Liquid Fabric
Softener Compartment
• A lways follow the manufacturer’s recommendations when adding fabric softener.
Do not exceed the maximum fill line. Using too much fabric softener may result in
stained clothes.
• Dilute concentrated fabric softeners with
warm water. Do not exceed the maximum
fill line.
• Never pour fabric softener directly onto
the load or into the drum.
• Do not add the fabric softener sheets to
this compartment.
• Do not add ‘fabric sheet softener’ into
the dispenser draw as it is likely to cause
water to leak out. If ‘fabric sheet softener’
has been added, please pull out the dispenser draw and remove.
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OPERATING YOUR Washer
OPERATING YOUR Washer
1. Ready mode
1) Coin / Card type
– The cycle LEDs are lit at the same
time, when the prices of cycles are
equal.
2) OPL type
– The cycle LEDs flash at the same time,
and displays PUSH.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode
(Refer How to enter the
)
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default
country is EUK)
2. Insert card/coin (not for OPL type)
Insert a cash card that has a sufficient balance.
The card balance should be more than the
programmed vend price for a selected cycle.
NOTE
• W hen the card balance is not enough,
machine displays the card balance for 5
seconds and then displays
message repetitively
• Insert a sufficient amount of change that
is more than the programmed vend price
for the selected cycle.
NOTE
• The machine will not start until sufficient
coins are inserted.
3. Select the cycle
ress the desired button and press the
P
Start button. The display LED will show the
remaining time and the selected cycle starts.
• Select cycles designed for different types of
fabric and soil levels.
CYCLE
Hot
Fabric type
Wash/Rinse
Temp.
Cotton, linen, towels,
shirts, sheets
Hot / Cold
Cotton, mixed loads,
work clothes, jeans,
Warm / Cold
shirts
Cotton, dress shirts,
pants, wrinkle-free
clothing, cotton/
Cold / Cold
Cold
poly blend clothing,
tablecloths
Dress shirts, blouses,
Delicates nylons, sheer or lacey Cold / Cold
garments
Warm
4. Add Super Wash
ash time or rinse cycle can be added
W
when additional coin is inserted or a valid
cash card is entered.
5. Custom PGM
ustomized cycle program can be used.
C
Only available in OPL type.
6. Change course ou cannot change the cycle while the
Y
machine is running.
7. Cycle finish The machine stops and LED display shows
with beeper sound.
❋ Do not work any button and stop the washer
(When the washer is operating) or (when a
cycle is in progress)
WARNING
• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or
injury to persons, read the IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS before operating
this appliance.
PROGRAMMING MODE
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PROGRAMMING MODE
: You can check machine information or change setting on Program setup, collect information data,
Diagnostic test.
There are two methods that you can enter programming mode.
How to enter Programming mode
How to use button
You can enter programming mode only for Idle
state and pause state.
- Card Type
1) Insert service card.
2) Display will show
You can change Washer vend price, cycle time
and Cycle parameters, etc.
Press Button
Description
Hot
Moves to upper level or
Comes back to Idle State
Warm
Moves through modes in the
same level (+)
Cold
Moves through modes in the
same level (-)
Start
Enters the selected mode
.
- Coin Type
1) Dissemble upper coin box key.
2) Take out the coin drop from the coin box.
3) T
urn on/off the toggle switch at the back of
the coin box.
4) Display will show
.
- All Types
1) P
ush the Hot & Cold button at the same
time.
2) Push the Warm button 3 times.
3) Push the Start button.
4) Display will show
.
Coin Box Key
Coin Vault
Openings close
- coin type -
Insert Debit Card
- card type -
- OPL type -
NOTE
• If you turn on the power without connecting meter case for the first time, the machine display
.
• W hen the machine is shipped from the factory, it is set in the coin type. You can change Card/
Coin type by button. (For more information refer to SETUP mode.)
• The machine will display PUSH for OPL type
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
)
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
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PROGRAMMING MODE
Structure of Programming mode – Card / Coin type
Algorithm flow chart shows how to control the programming mode.
Before program set, check the structure of the programming mode.
1. Turn on/off toggle switch or insert service card, for entering setup mode (or follow OPL type instructions).
2. Press Hot button to move to the upper level.
3. Press Warm (+) or Cold (-) button if you want to be at the same level.
4. Press Start button to enter the details of Setup or Diagnostic Tests.
is to set price value, time value, vend type, etc.
consists of line test, reset, free cycle, and kill cycle.
is to collect the usage data.
NOTE
• Do not use
,
.
• It is used only in inspecting the machine.
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
PROGRAMMING MODE
Structure of Programming mode – OPL type
Algorithm flow chart shows how to control the programming mode.
Before program set, check the structure of the programming mode.
The method of entering setup mode.
1) Push the Hot & Cold button at the same time.
2) Push the Warm button 3 times.
3) Push the Start button.
4) Display will show
.
is to set price value, time value, vend type, etc.
consists of line test, reset, free cycle, and kill cycle.
is to collect the usage data.
NOTE
• Do not use
,
.
• It is used only in inspecting the machine.
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Programming Mode - setup mode
PROGRAMMING MODE –SETUP MODE
Setup Mode :
(display)
You can change washer vend price, cycle time, and cycle parameters, etc.
Entering setup mode
- Coin type – Turn on/off toggle switch.
- Card type – Insert the service card.
- All Types – 1) Push the Hot & Cold button at the same time.
2) Push the Warm button 3 times.
3) Push the Start button.
- Then, the washer displays
.
1. How to change regular price.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Start button.
Display previous regular price.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to set the regular price.
(The vend price can be set from 0~10,00 in 0,1
increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the regular price, then advances
to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next price.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
Programming Mode - setup mode
2. How to change regular delicates price.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous regular delicates price.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to set the regular
delicates price. (The vend price can be set from
0~10.00 in 0.1 increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the regular delicates price, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next price.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
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Programming Mode - setup mode
3. How to change regular warm & cold price
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous regular warm & cold price.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to set the regular warm
& cold price. (The vend price can be set from 0~10.00
in 0.1 increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the regular warm & cold price,
then advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next price.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
Programming Mode - setup mode
4. How to change regular hot price
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous regular hot price.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to set the regular hot
price. (The vend price can be set from 0~10.00 in 0.1
increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the regular hot price, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next price.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
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Programming Mode - setup mode
5. How to change special price
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous special price.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to set a special price.
(The vend price can be set from 0~10.00 in 0.1
increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the special price, then advances
to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next price.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
Programming Mode - setup mode
6. How to change special delicates price
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous special delicates price.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to set the special
delicates price. (The vend price can be set from
0~10.00 in 0.1 increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the special delicates price, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next price.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
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Programming Mode - setup mode
7. How to change special warm & cold price
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous special warm & cold price.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to set the special warm
& cold price. (The vend price can be set from 0~10.00
in 0.1 increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the special warm & cold price,
then advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next price.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
Programming Mode - setup mode
8. How to change special hot price
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous special hot price.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to set the special hot
price. (The vend price can be set from 0~10.00 in 0.1
increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the special hot price, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next price.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
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Programming Mode - setup mode
9. How to change add super wash price
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous add super wash price.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to set add super wash
price. (The vend price can be set from 0~10.00 in 0.1
increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the add super wash price, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Add Super Wash is only applied for Payment type
• Custom program is used for OPL type
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
Programming Mode - setup mode
10. How to change add super wash type
Super wash can be used to add extra wash time, rinse cycle, or both.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous add super wash type.
Press Warm or Cold button and then select the add
super wash type you want.
Wash time increase.
Both (Wash time increase and
rinsing once more.)
Rinsing once more.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the add super wash type, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Add Super Wash is only applied for Payment type
• Custom program is used for OPL type
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Programming Mode - setup mode
11. How to enter the
can be used to enable/disable various features of the machine.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
Structure of
appears
Content of
• Special price days apply or not
• Non-stop wash apply or not
• Add super wash apply or not
• Select vend type
• Sense dry apply or not (only for dryer)
• Pre-wash apply or not
• Top off apply or not (only for dryer)
• Twin spray apply or not
• Disable
• Enable
Programming Mode - setup mode
11-1. Special price day setup
Special price days can be used to set special prices (discounts) on select days.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
.
Display
Press the Start button.
Press Warm or Cold button and then select
or
.
Disable
Enable
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the special price day, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
One or the other
will display.
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Programming Mode - setup mode
11-2. Non-stop rinse setup
Non-stop rinse setup can be used to enable/disable simultaneous rinse & spin.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
.
Display
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press Warm or Cold button and then select
or
.
Disable
Enable
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the non-stop rinse, then advances
to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
One or the other
will display.
Programming Mode - setup mode
11-3. Add Super Wash setup
Add Super Wash setup can be used to enable/disable the super wash function.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
.
Display
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press Warm or Cold button and then select
or
.
Disable
Enable
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the add super wash application,
then advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. Stop the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
NOTE
• Add Super Wash is only applied for Payment type
• Custom program is used for OPL type
One or the other
will display.
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Programming Mode - setup mode
11-4. Vend type setup - card type or coin type setup
Vend type setup can be used to select payment type between coin type and card type.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
.
Display
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press Warm or Cold button and then select
or
.
One or the other
will display.
Coin type
Card type
Press the Start button, then machine sets up the vend
type.
And it is returned to the standby state.
NOTE
• After setting the Value to VEND, vend type is changed directly without power on/off.
•
(Sense dry) is not available in washer.
Programming Mode - setup mode
11-5. Pre-wash setup
Pre-wash setup can be used to enable/disable a short wash cycle before the main wash.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
.
Display
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press Warm or Cold button and then select
or
.
Disable
Enable
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the pre-wash, then advances to
the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. Stop the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
NOTE
•
(top off) is not available in washer (Only for dryer)
One or the other
will display.
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Programming Mode - setup mode
11-6. Twin spray setup
Twin spray setup can be used to enable/disable water circulation during tumble. Twin spray pumps
up water in the bottom of the tub to spray on laundry while tumbling.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
.
Display
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press Warm or Cold button and then select
or
.
Disable
Enable
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the twin spray, then advances to
the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. Stop the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
One or the other
will display.
Programming Mode - setup mode
12. How to enter the
can be used to enable/disable the pause function.
Button
Display
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1 Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
Structure of
appears
Content of
• Pause function apply or not
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Programming Mode - setup mode
12-1. Pause function setup
Pause function setup can be used to enable/disable the ability to pause the cycle when pressing the
Start/Pause button.
Button
Display
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1 Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display
.
Press the Start button.
Press Warm or Cold button and then select
or
.
Disable
Enable
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the pause function, then advances
to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
One or the other
will display.
Programming Mode - setup mode
13. How to enter the special price day
can be used to select days to apply special prices.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
Press the Start button.
.
Display
Structure of
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
appears
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Programming Mode - setup mode
13-1. How to change to Sunday
Special prices can be enabled/disabled for each day of the week.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
.
Display
Press the Start button.
Press Warm or Cold button and then select
or
.
One or the other
will display.
Disable
Enable
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the special price day (Sunday),
then advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
NOTE
• As explained on the previous page, similarly, other days can be set up by the same method.
Programming Mode - setup mode
14. Special price beginning time setup
can be used to set the beginning time of hourly time range for special price.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous special price beginning time.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select time between
0 and 23.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the special price beginning time,
then advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
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Programming Mode - setup mode
15. Special price ending time setup
can be used to set the ending time of hourly time range for special price.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous Special Price ending time.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select time between
1 and 24 .
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the special price ending time, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
•
•
(regular priced dryer cycle time) is not available in washer.
(special priced dryer cycle time) is not available in washer.
NOTE
• W hen setting up a special price period, the ending time must be later than the beginning time.
Programming Mode - setup mode
16. Prewash time setup
Prewash time setup can be used to set the time for prewash.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous Prewash time.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select prewash time
between 4 and 8.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the prewash time, then advances
to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
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Programming Mode - setup mode
17. Washing time setup
Washing time setup can be used to set the time for the main wash.
Button
Display
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1 Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button. Display
.
Press Warm or Cold button to select course.
: Hot course
: Warm course
: Cold course
: Delicates course
: None (only for Heater model)
Press the Start button.
Display previous wash time.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select wash time.
(Maximum 15 minutes, Minimum 5 minutes.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the wash time, then advances to
the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
Programming Mode - setup mode
18. Rinsing times per cycle
can be used to set the number of rinses for each cycle.
Button
Display
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1 Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button. Display
.
Press Warm or Cold button to select course.
: Hot course
: Warm course
: Cold course
: Delicates course
: None (only for Heater model)
Press the Start button.
Display previous rinsing times per cycle.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select rinsing times
per cycle. (Max 5, Min 1)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the rinsing times per cycle, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
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Programming Mode - setup mode
19. Rinsing time setup
Rinsing time setup can be used to set the time for each rinse.
Button
Display
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1 Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button. Display
.
Press Warm or Cold button to select course.
: Hot course
: Warm course
: Cold course
: Delicates course
: None (only for Heater model)
Press the Start button.
Display previous rinsing time.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select rinse cycle.
(Max 16min, Min 9min)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the rinsing time, then advances to
the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. Stop the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
Programming Mode - setup mode
20. Top spin speed – final spin time depends on RPM
Top spin speed setup can be used to set the maximum spin RPM.
Button
Display
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1 Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button. Display
.
Press Warm or Cold button to select course.
: Hot course
: Warm course
: Cold course
: Delicates course
: None (only for Heater model)
Press the Start button.
Display previous top spin speed.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select top spin
speed. (Refer to NOTE below for Top spin speed.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the top spin speed, then advances
to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. Stop the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button three times.
NOTE
• Top spin speed
0 : 1150 rpm
1 : 1000 rpm
2 : 900 rpm
3 : 800 rpm
4 : 700 rpm
5 : 600 rpm
6 : 500 rpm
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21. Value of coin 1
Value of coin 1 can be used to set the incremental coin value.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous coin 1 value.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select value of coin 1
(The value can be set from 10~1000 in 10 increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the value of coin 1, then advances
to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next price.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types – Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
Programming Mode - setup mode
22. Value of coin 2
Value of coin 2 can be used to set the incremental coin value for kiosk systems.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous coin 2 value.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select value of coin 2.
(The value can be set from 10~1000 in 10 increments.)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the value of coin 2, then advances
to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Coin 2 is only available for kiosk system.
NOTE
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
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Programming Mode - setup mode
23. Penny increment pricing offset
This represents the cent increment price offset used when debit card is setup.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous penny increment pricing offset.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select value of PIPo.
(0~4)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the value of PIPo, then advances
to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. Stop the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Penny Increment Pricing Offset is available only in card type.
(It hasn’t affected the coin type’s price setting.)
(top off time) is not available in washer.
Programming Mode - setup mode
24. How to change the water level
You can change the water level amongst three options.
indicate water level 23.8 [KHz]
1.
2.
3.
indicate water level 23.5 [KHz]
indicate water level 23.0 [KHz]
Button
Display
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1 Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button. Display
.
Press Warm or Cold button to select course.
: Hot course
: Warm course
: Cold course
: Delicates course
: None (only for Heater model)
One or the other
will display.
Press the Start button.
Press Warm or Cold button and then select
or
or
23.8 [KHz]
23.5 [KHz]
23.0 [KHz]
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the value of water level, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. Stop the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type – Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type – Insert the service card.
• All types – Push the Hot button three times.
NOTE
• This function can be set only at the machine. It cannot be managed via the setup card.
(It is not applied in setup card.)
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25. Beep volume
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous value.
Press Warm or Cold button to select High or Low or
Off.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the beep volume, then advances
to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type – Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type – Insert the service card.
• All types – Push the Hot button twice.
Programming Mode - setup mode
26. Time to keep the coin (Use only for coin type)
can be used to set the duration of maintaining the value of inserted coins.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display previous value.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select button to
select time between 0 ~ 180.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the time to keep the coin, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
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27. How to set drop count
can be used to set the number of drop counts. Drops occur while the machine checks for
balancing of the load as the cycle enters higher RPM.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display default drop count.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select time between
25 and 50. (Unit of drop count : 5)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the drop count, then advances to
the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Drop counts 25~45: After dropping the selected amount of counts, UE will not occur. The cycle
will end immediately or after spinning at a low RPM.
• Drop counts 50: After dropping the selected amount of counts, UE will occur. The cycle will end
after shut down time. Refer to How to set shut down time after UE.
Programming Mode - setup mode
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28. How to set shut down time after UE
Unbalance Error (UE) occurs when washer cannot balance the load within the selected drop counts.
can be used to set the time for maintaining the UE status before shutting down the cycle.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display default shut down time.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select time between
0~10.
(0 : Permanent standby, 1~10 : Shut down after
selected time)
 To restart after Permanent standby, redistribute load
and press Start button.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the shut down time, then
advances to the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
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29. How to set rinse spin enable
can be used to enable/disable spinning before each rinse cycle.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display step of rinse.(rs1~rs5)
Press the Warm or the Cold button to select rinse spin
or
.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the rinse spin and display next
step of rinse.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
Programming Mode - setup mode
30 . How to set drop count for rinse spin
can be used to set the number of drop counts for each rinse spin.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display default drop count.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select drop count
between 5~15
(Unit of drop count : 1)
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the drop count, then advances to
the next process automatically.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
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Programming Mode - setup mode
31. How to set auto dosing
can be used to set the duration of auto dosage for each channel.
Button
Display
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1 Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Display auto dosing channel (CH1~5).
Press the Start button.
Display previous dosing time seconds.
Press Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select time between
0 and 20 (Except CH3)
CH3 can select time between 0 and 10.
Press the Start button.
Display next auto dosing channel. (until CH5)
The machine sets up the dosing time.
Press the Hot button,
then press the Cold button to advance to the next
process.
CH
Detergent
Input period
➀
Pre-wash
Pre-wash phase
➁
Main wash
Main wash phase
➂
Bleach
Main wash (Remaining washing time :
5 Minutes )
Softener
Final rinse phase
➀
➃
➁
➃
NOTE
• CH5 is not used in this machine.
➂
Programming Mode - setup mode
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32. How to enter the
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
Structure of
appears
Content of
• Product type
• Currency choice
0 EUK (England)
1 EAP (Australia)
2 ELC (USA)
3 EPN (China)
4 KOR (Korea)
5 EJP (Japan)
6 ECI (Canada)
7 GSC (Philippines)
• Card reader type
• Coin drop type
0 (Pharos)
1 (HP)
0 (Greenwald)
1 (ESD)
0 (ESD, Greenwald, Munzprufer) - Signal Pulse : 50ms
1 (Korea) - Signal Pulse : 100ms
NOTE
• Pay means card or coin type.
• Default type is coin type. If you want to change coin type to card type, you need to setup vend
type in fea1. (refer to FEA1 function)
• Free means OPL type.
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
)
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
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Programming Mode - setup mode
33. How to set custom program
Button
Display
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1 Press the Hot button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display. Press the Start button.
appears
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display. Press the Start button.
appears
Press the Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select the
Number of custom course. (1~20)
Press the Start button. The machine sets up the number
of custom course.
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display. Press the Start button.
appears
Press the Warm or Cold button to select custom
number. (no1~20)
Press the Start button. The machine sets up the custom
mode, then advances to the next process automatically.
Structure of
• Select course
Cos1 : Hot
Cos2 : Warm
Cos3 : Cold
Cos4 : Delicates
• Wash time
• Rinsing times per cycle
• Rinse cycle
• Top spin speed
• Pre-wash
• Water level
• Rinse spin, spin only
NOTE
•
is available in OPL type.
• Non-stop wash
• Rinse spin enable
• Auto-dosing time
Programming Mode - Test mode
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Programming Mode - Test mode
Diagnostic tests:
(display)
This program has been added for testing the washer and detecting errors.
Entering the test mode
Data Name
Button
Display
1. Entering
Entering
programming mode
the test mode
Description
Insert service card (card type)
Turn on/off toggle switch (coin type)
2. Hot
Press the Hot button. Then
in the display.
3. Start
Enter the diagnostic test mode.
appears
1.
According to pressing Start button, test move to the next step.
Number of times the
START button is pressed
Check Point
Display
None
1 time
Turns on all lamps and locks the door
Displays
, 1U:XX, 1g:XX and
10:XX alternately (Version)
2 times
Tumble Clockwise.
rpm (40~50)
3 times
Low Speed Spin
rpm (600)
4 times
High Speed Spin
rpm (1150)
5 times
Inlet valve for main water turns on.
Water level frequency (255~)
6 times
Inlet valve for hot wash turns on.
Water level frequency (255~)
7 times
Inlet valve for atomizing turns on (single model).
Inlet valve for softener turns on (stack model).
Water level frequency (255~)
8 times
Inlet valve for bleach turns on (single model).
Inlet valve for atomizing/bleach turns on (stack model).
Water level frequency (255~)
9 times
Tumble counter clockwise.
rpm (40~50)
10 times
Heater turns on.
Displays water temperature
11 times
Turn on Circulation Pump.
Water level frequency (255~)
12 times
Drain Pump turns on.
Water level frequency (255~)
13 times
Turns on all lamps.
14 times
Button Checks.
Displays
, 1U:XX, 1g:XX and
10:XX alternately (Version)”
15 times
High Speed Spin
rpm (1150)
16 times
PDA Signal Check
t his function is not applied in
this machine
17 times
NOTE
• Make sure the drum is empty when a diagnostic test is performed. Do not use
.
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Programming Mode - Test mode
2. Factory reset After factory reset, machine information is changed to the default value.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm button until
display.
appears in the
Press the Start button, then factory reset is done.
is displayed.
❈ OPL : “PUSH” is displayed
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type – Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type – Insert the service card.
• All types – Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Washing time
10 minutes
• Rinse cycle
twice
• Top spin speed
800 rpm
• Add SUPER WASH
3 minutes extra wash and one extra rinse
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
)
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
Programming Mode - Test mode
3. Time setup
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
Display
appears
Press the Start button.
The display will cycle through 2000 --> 0101 --> Sat -->
0000 repeatedly.
Press the Start button.
Press Warm (+) or Cold (-) button to select year
between 2000 and 2099.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the year, then advances to the
next process automatically.
Press Warm (+) or Cold (-) button to select a month
between 01 and 12.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the month, then advances to the
next process automatically.
Press Warm (+) or Cold (-) button to select the day
between 01 and 31.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the day, then advances to the next
process automatically.
Press Warm (+) or Cold (-) button to select the hour
between 00 and 23.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the hour, then advances to the
next process automatically.
Press Warm (+) or Cold (-) button to select minute
between 00 and 59.
Press the Start button.
The machine sets up the minute.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types – Push the Hot button three times.
NOTE
• W hen the machine is switched off, Time setup is initialized.
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Programming Mode - Test mode
4. Courtesy cycle
A courtesy cycle is like a complimentary cycle given to the customer when the washer goes out of
order after the customer has made the payment to wash clothes.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
appears in the display.
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm button until
display.
appears in the
Press the Start button.
Select the cycle you desire.
Press the Start button.
Display will show the remaining time and Start.
Programming Mode - Test mode
5. Cycle Kill
Coin / OPL type
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm button until
display.
appears in the
Press the Start button.
Start drain and display spin time.
Display
with beeping.
Go back to ready mode.
Card type
Description
Insert cycle kill
card.
Display
Display spin time.
Spin Time
Begin to drain.
Spin Time
Remove cycle kill card.
Go back to ready mode.
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Programming Mode - Test mode
6. Password How to change the password.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1
Display
Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
appears
Press the Start button.
Press the Warm button until
display.
appears in the
Set up the number you want
By pressing Warm(+) or the Cold(-) button.
For example, If you want to change password number
to No. 5.
Press the Warm button until
appears in the
display.
Press the Start button, then Password change is done.
is displayed.
1. Continue to set up the next price.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types – Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Default password is 3.
If you want to change the password, you must know the present password.
Programming Mode - Test mode
7. Tub clean To clean the tub, please run the TUB CLEAN cycle.
Button
Entering Tub Clean
in ready/idle mode.
Pay type: Price is
displayed.
OPL type: PUSH is
displayed.
Display
Press and hold the Warm button for at least 3 seconds.
Display shows default number of Tub Clean cycle runs
per operation.
Press the Warm(+) or Cold(-) button to select the
number of Tub clean cycle runs. (1~3)
Press the Start button.
Display will show the remaining time and Tub Clean
starts.
When the TUB CLEAN cycle is finished,
displayed with beeping.
is
Go back to ready mode.
Button
Enter setup mode.
You will see LqC1 Press the Warm or the Cold button until
in the display.
Display
appears
Press the Start button.
Display will show the remaining time and Tub clean
Start.
When the TUB CLEAN cycle is finished,
displayed with beeping.
is
Go back to ready mode.
1. Continue to set up the next mode.
2. S
top the change of setup value and go back to ready
mode.
• Coin type - Turn on/off toggle switch.
• Card type - Pull the service card.
• All types - Push the Hot button twice.
NOTE
• Never load any laundry when using TUB CLEAN. The clothes may be damaged or become
contaminated. Make sure to clean the washer tub when it is empty.
• Leave the door open after finishing the laundry to keep the tub clean.
• T UB CLEAN should be used weekly.
• Safely and conveniently secure the door slightly ajar with the magnetic door plunger. This will
promote air circulation and allow the interior of the machine to dry.
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Programming Mode - Collect mode
Programming Mode - Collect mode
Collect information data :
(display)
The washer collects the usage data so that the owner can check various information like number of
various cycles used, how many times card or coins used, etc.
Entering the collect mode
Data Name
Button
Entering
the collect
mode
1. Entering the
programming mode.
Insert service card (card type), turn on/off
toggle switch (coin type).
2. Hot
Press the Hot button until
display.
3.Warm(+), Cold(-)
Press the Warm (+), Cold (-) button until
appears in the display.
4. Start
Enter the Collect information data.
Display
Description
appears in the
5. Warm(+), Cold(-)
xxxx
Move to each data list that you want to check
by pressing with Warm (+) or Cold (-) button.
6. Start
xxxx
Display the value of selected data list
7. Hot
Move to upper level or Comes back to Idle State
❖ Check the collect information reference to the follow lists. The lists are displayed by abbreviations.
Programming Mode - Collect mode
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Collect Mode Data lists
No. Abbreviation
Meaning
rgPr Regular Price
1
rgCP Regular Delicates Price
2
rgrP
Regular Warm & Cold Price
3
rgHP Regular Hot Price
4
dELC Dryer Moisture Sense
5
ItrC
Interval Regular Cycles
6
ItCC Interval Regular Delicates Cycles
7
ItAC Interval Regular Warm & Cold Cycles
8
ItHC Interval Regular Hot Cycles
9
ItSC
Interval Super Cycles
10
IttF
Interval Topoff Cycles
11
ItUC Interval Service Cycles
12
ItFC
Interval Token Cycles
13
14 ACrC Accumulated Regular Cycles
15 ACCC Accumulated Regular Delicates Cycles
16 ACAC Accumulated Regular Warm & Cold Cycles
17 ACHC Accumulated Regular Hot Cycles
18 ACSC Accumulated Super Cycles
19 ACtF Accumulated Topoff Cycles
20 ACUC Accumulated Service Cycles
21 ACFC Accumulated Token Cycles
ACrt Accumulated Run Time
22
Itnr
Interval No Runs
23
Ittb
Interval Trouble Cycles
24
ItPd
Interval Power Downs
25
Itdd
Interval Unauthorized Service Door Openings
26
ItAd
Interval Authorized Service Door Openings
27
ItUC Interval Unauthorized Coin Vault Openings
28
ItAC Interval Authorized Coin Vault Openings
29
Ittl
Interval Total Income
30
ACtl
Accumulated Total Income
31
IttC
Interval Total Cycles
32
33 ACtC Accumulated Total Cycles
34 SCPr Super Cycle Price
toPr
Top Off Price
35
Itd
Interval Money
36
Acd
Accumulated Money
37
ItSd
Interval Superwash Money
38
39 ACSd Accumulated Superwash Money
40 ACdP Accumulated number of WaveForce operation in cycle
41 ACtL Accumulated number of Tub Clean cycles
Description
0.00 ~ 10.00
0.00 ~ 10.00
0.00 ~ 10.00
0.00 ~ 10.00
0: disable
1: enable
Number of Regular cycles (0~65535)
Number of Regular Delicate cycles (0~65535)
Number of Regular Warm & Cold cycles (0~65535)
Number of Regular Hot cycles (0~65535)
Number of Super cycles (0~65535) ( Washer Only)
Number of Topoff cycles (0~65535) (Dryer Only)
Number of Service cycles (0~65535)
Number of Token cycles (0~65535)
Number of Regular cycles (0~65535)
Number of Regular Delicate cycles (0~65535)
Number of Regular Warm & Cold cycles (0~65535)
Number of Regular Hot cycles (0~65535)
Number of Super cycles (0~65535) (Washer Only)
Number of Topoff cycles (0~65535) (Dryer Only)
Number of Service cycles (0~65535)
Number of Token cycles (0~65535)
Number of Running minutes (0~65535)
Money inserted, but no run
No money, but ran
Number of power down
Number of Unauthorized Service Door Openings (0~ 255)
Number of Authorized Service Door Openings (0~255)
Number of Authorized Service Door Openings (0~255)
Number of Authorized Coin Vault Openings (0~255)
Amount of money cycle(0 ~ 65535)
Amount of money cycle(0 ~ 65535)
Number of Total cycle(0 ~ 65535)
Number of Total cycle(0 ~ 65535)
0.00 ~ 10.00
0.00 ~ 10.00
Amount of money for regular cycle(0 ~ 65535)
Amount of money for regular cycle(0 ~ 65535)
Amount of money for superwash cycle(0 ~ 65535)
Amount of money for superwash cycle(0 ~ 65535)
Number of WaveForce operation in cycle(0 ~ 65535)
Number of Tub Clean cycles(0 ~ 255)
❊ Interval Cycles (Interval means Since last data collecting)
❊ Accumulated Cycles (Accumulated means Total cycles in washer/dryer's life time not include service cycles or trouble cycles)
❊ These items (No. 30~33) are not applied this program
❊ Price setting varies by country
mode (Refer How to enter the
)
❊ Set your country from
❊ After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
Care after wash
After the cycle is finished, wipe the door and the
inside of the door seal to remove any moisture.
Leave the door open to dry the washer tub
interior. Wipe the body of the washing machine
with a dry cloth to remove any moisture
WARNING
• Unplug the washer before cleaning to
avoid the risk of electric shock. Failure
to follow this warning can cause serious
injury, fire, electrical shock, death.
• Never use harsh chemicals, abrasive
cleaners, or solvents to clean the washer.
They will damage the finish.
• Do not use volatile substances (benzene,
paint thinner, alcohol, acetone, etc.) or
detergents with strong chemical components
when cleaning the washing machine. Doing
so may cause discoloration or damage to the
machine, or it may cause a fire.
Storing the Washer
If the washer will not be used for an extended
period of time and is in an area that could be
exposed to freezing temperatures:
1. T
urn off water supply tap.
2. D
isconnect hoses from water supply and
drain water from hoses.
3. P
lug the power cord into a properly grounded
electrical outlet.
4. A
dd 1 gallon of nontoxic recreational vehicle
(RV) antifreeze to the empty wash drum.
Close door.
5. S
elect the spin cycle and let washer spin for
1 minute to drain out all the water.
6. U
nplug the power cord, dry the drum interior
with a soft cloth, and close the door.
7. R
emove the inserts from the dispenser.
Drain any water in compartments and dry the
compartments.
8. S
tore the washer in an upright position.
9. T
o remove the antifreeze from the washer
after storage, run washer through a complete
cycle using detergent. Do not add laundry!
NOTE
• Not all of the RV antifreeze will be expelled.
• Weekly cleaning of the detergent dispenser
will ensure problem free operation.
Cleaning the Dispenser
1. The dispenser should be cleaned periodically
to remove buildup from detergent and other
laundry products.
- Single model -
- Stack model -
2. Remove the inserts from the drawer, and
clean them with warm water and a soft cloth
or brush to remove any residue or buildup.
Wipe out the inside of the drawer opening
with a damp cloth. Reassemble the drawer
and reinstall in the drawer opening.
- Single model -
- Stack model -
NOTE
• Do not use anything other than water
to clean the drawer, inserts, and drawer
opening.
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the water inlet filters
Clean the water inlet filters periodically to
prevent clogging. Take extra care to clean the
water inlet filters for areas using hard water.
Water may not be supplied if there are foreign
objects, such as rust, sand, or stones in the
water inlet filters.
ull out the plug to turn off the washing
1 P
machine.
2 T urn off the faucets connected with the
water inlets.
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WARNING
• Unplug the power cord and turn off the
faucets before cleaning. Failure to do so
may cause electric shock.
• Do not use the washing machine without
the inlet filters. If you use the washing
machine without the inlet filters it will
cause leaks and malfunction.
• If you use the washing machine in an area
with hard water, the inlet filter may clog
due to lime buildup.
emove the water inlet hoses.
3 R
NOTE
•
message will blink on the display
when the water pressure in the detergent
drawer is weak or an inlet filter is clogged
with dirt. Clean the inlet filter.
ull out the water inlet filter.
4 P
Inlet Filter
emove foreign objects from the water filter
5 R
inlet.
-S
oak the water filter inlets in white vinegar
or a lime scale remover or use a toothbrush
to remove foreign objects and rinse
thoroughly.
6 Press the water filter inlets back into place.
eattach the water lines to the washing
7 R
machine.
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MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the drain pump filter
The washing machine fails to drain if the drain
pump filter is clogged. Periodically clean the
drain filter to prevent clogging with foreign
objects.
ull out the plug to turn off the washing
1 P
machine.
6 Recap the plug onto the drain hose and
reattach the drain hose.
2 Open the drain pump filter cover.
7 Insert the drain pump filter.
nclip the drain hose and remove the plug
3 U
from the drain hose to drain the remaining
water.
8 Close the drain pump filter cover.
WARNING
4 T wist the pump filter counterclockwise to
remove.
5 Clean the pump filter and opening.
• Make sure to pull out the plug before
cleaning. Failure to do so may cause
electric shock.
• Opening the drain filter will result in water
overflowing if there is water in the washer
tub. Make sure to check if the water is
completely drained before opening the
drain filter.
• If you use the washing machine with the
drain filter reassembled incorrectly after
cleaning it, or if you use the machine
without the filter, it may cause leaks or
malfunction of the washing machine.
NOTE
•
message will blink when the drain
pump filter is clogged with dirt. Clean the
drain pump filter.
MAINTENANCE
Clean the door seal
Clean the door seal once a month to prevent
build-up of dirt in the door seal.
1 Wear rubber gloves and protective goggles.
ilute 3/4 cup (177 ml) of liquid chlorine
2 D
bleach in 1 gallon (3.8 L) of water.
oak a sponge or a soft cloth in this diluted
3 S
solution and wipe down all around the door
seal.
ipe any moisture with a dry towel or cloth
4 W
after cleaning.
5 L eave the door open to allow the door seal
to dry completely.
CAUTION
• Cleaning the door seal with an undiluted
solution may cause malfunction of the door
seal and washing machine parts.
Clean the drum, TUB CLEAN
Using the washing machine in a humid space
for a long period of time may lead to a buildup
of black mold and germs in the air inside the
washer tub and affect your health. If you clean
the washer tub regularly on a weekly basis
using TUB CLEAN it will keep the washer tub
clean for hygienic use.
tub cleaner or lime scale remover into
1 Add
the detergent dispenser drawer.
-D
o not exceed the maximum detergent
limit line when you add it. Detergent may
remain in the washer tub after cleaning.
-W
hen you use liquid chlorine bleach, load it
into the liquid chlorine bleach compartment.
When you use a powdered cleaner, add it
into the main wash detergent compartment.
-W
hen you use cleaning tablets, place them
directly into the washer tub. (Do not add
cleaning tablets to the drawer.)
operate tub clean.
2 Do
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NOTE
• Never load laundry while using TUB
CLEAN. The laundry may damage or
become contaminated. Make sure to
clean the washer tub when it is empty.
• Leave the door open after finishing the
laundry to keep the tub clean.
• TUB CLEAN should be repeated weekly.
• Safely and conveniently secure the door
slightly ajar with a magnetic door plunger.
This will promote air circulation and allow
the interior of the machine to dry.
NOTE
• Wave Force process during the Rinse step
helps in maintaining tub hygiene. The tub
is cleaned by rotating the water-filled tub
at an optimized RPM.
• Wave Force is intrinsic within the Rinse
step. No additional setting is required.
• Wave Force is NOT a substitute for the
TUB CLEAN cycle. TUB CLEAN should
still be repeated weekly to maintain
hygienic use.
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ERROR MODE
ERROR MODE
Meaning of Error Codes that LED displays during occurrence of
problem.
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
•Water supply is not adequate in area.
•Water supply taps are not completely
open.
• Water inlet hose is bent.
• The filter of the inlet hose clogged.
Check another tap in the house.
Fully open tap.
• Drain hose is bent
or clogged.
• The drain filter is clogged.
Clean and straighten the drain hose.
Straighten hose.
Check the filter of the inlet hose.
Clean the drain filter.
• Load is too small.
Add 1~2 similar items to help
• Load is out of balance.
balance the load.
•The appliance has an imbalance
Rearrange load to allow proper spinning.
detection and correction system. If
individual heavy articles are loaded (bath
mat, bath robe, etc.) and the imbalance
is too great, after several attempts
to restart the spin cycle the machine
will stop and the error code will be
displayed.
• Is the door opened or not completely
closed?
Close the door completely.
✽ If it will not open, call for service.
• Door lock is broken.
Check the door switch.
• The water overfills due to a faulty water Close the water tap.
valve.
Unplug the power plug.
Call for service.
• The water level sensor malfunction.
• Overload in motor.
Restart the cycle after 30 minutes.
If
is not released, call for service.
•D
isconnection of card reader cable.
Check the card reader wire.
•T
oo much detergent is used.
This is not an error. It indicates a suds
removal routine.
It will clear and restart the cycle when
the suds are gone.
• Thermistor is opened or shorted.
Thermistor should be replaced.
Power Fail Recovery & Default washer Settings
Power Fail Recovery
In case of power failure, the machine stops running but the time display remains on, showing the
time just before power failure.
Default washer Settings
Default Settings
Default
Wash Time
10 Minutes
Rinse Time
19 Minutes
Spin Time
9 Minutes
Rinsing times
Twice
Coin #1 Value
10
Coin #2 Value (kiosk)
10
Vend Price
2.00
Add super wash price
0.50
Top Spin speed
800 rpm
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SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Name
Front-loading Washing Machine
Power supply
220 – 240 V ~, 50 Hz
Size
686 mm (W) X 767 mm (D) X 983 mm (H),
1337 mm (D with door open)
Weight
87 kg
Wash capacity
10 kg
Spin speed
1150 rpm max.
Permissible water
pressure
1.0 ~ 8.0 kgf/cm² (0.1 - 0.8 MPa)
NOTE
• Specifications subject to change by manufacturer.
• Price setting varies by country
• Set your country from
mode (Refer How to enter the
• After EEPT, reset your country (Default country is EUK)
)
MEMO
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