LG | P8235R3F | LG P8235R3F Owner’s Manual

Washing Machine
OWNER’
S MANUAL
MODEL : P8031R3F
P10051R1F
P7553P3S
P8235R3F
Please read this manual carefully before operating your set.
Retain it for future reference.
Record model number and serial number of the set.
See the label attached on the back cover and quote this
information to your dealer when you require service.
This washing machine is designed and manufactured for
household use only.
MFL33753006
P/No.: MFL33753006
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS ---------------------------------------------5
SAFETY MEASURE ----------------------------------------------------------6
INSTALLATION -------------------------------------------------------------7~8
PARTS IDENTIFICATION ----------------------------------------------9~10
PREPARATIONS BEFORE WASHING ---------------------------------11
HOW TO WASH --------------------------------------------------------------12
HOW TO RINSE ---------------------------------------------------------13~14
HOW TO SPIN ----------------------------------------------------------------14
AFTER FINISHING ---------------------------------------------------------14
REFERENCE -----------------------------------------------------------------15
CARE AND MAINTENANCE-----------------------------------------16~17
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE -------------------------------------------18
WIRING DIAGRAM ---------------------------------------------------------19
SPECIFICATIONS-----------------------------------------------------------19
3
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Before operating machine read the instruction manual
carefully.
2.
Always keep the machine on the floor level.
3.
During operation machine should be kept perpendicular to
the slope of the floor to avoid motion.
4.
Before operating properly earth the machine, to avoid
electric shock.
5.
When not in use take the power cord out from the socket.
6.
During spinning and drain check that drain hose is lowered.
7.
Before putting clothes in the Wash Tub check the pockets
thoroughly for Coins, Keys and other objects.
8.
Transfer the clothes from Wash Tub to Spin Dryer Basket
one by one.
9.
In case you notice excessive vibration or abnormal noise
during spinning, immediately open the Spin Dryer Cover
and rearrange the laundry evenly.
10. In case of any doubt contact the nearest service center or
Dealer.
5
SAFETY MEASURE
Manufacturer is not responsible for accidents caused by the user as a result of not
following the user’s guide.
WARNING
In Operation
Installation Area
●
Do not
●
Avoid area
Switch Area
Electric Outlet
●
Avoid watering on the
●
Avoid
insert the
hand inside the spin
dryer basket while
the machine is in
operation.
(Do not let children
climb on the machine
or climb into the tub.
Injury may occur)
exposed
to snow, rain, or
where humidity is
high. It may cause
electric shock.
connecting
s ev e r a l e l e c t r i c
devices to single
outlet. It may cause
fire.
switch area. It may
cause electric shock
or fire.
Volatile Material
Heat
●
Do not use volatile material
●
Avoid
electric heater,
candle light, cigarette
light, bug smoker, etc.
near the machine. It may
ignite or deform plastic
part
such as Benzene,
Gasoline, bug killer. Do not
leave strong alkaline
substance such as bleach
inside the tub. Damage on
plastic surface and rubber
parts may occur.
Power Cord
●
If the power
supply cord is damaged, it must only be replaced by a repair shop
appointed by the manufacturer, because special purpose tools are required.
Hot Water
Installation
●
Avoid
●
Install the washing machine
Power Cord
on a horizontal support.
Otherwise, it may cause
vibration and noise
Plug out the power supply
●
cord, when cleaning or not
using the washing machine
for a long time.
using hot water
over 50°C. It may deform
plastic parts or cause
malfunction.
●
Do not
treat the power
supply cord with your
wet hand
6
INSTALLATION
Connecting the earth wire
●
Install the earth wire to prevent short-circuit due to leaking current and electric shock.
●
It is attached
at the back of the washer. Connect it to the metal water pipe. If the water
pipe is made of plastic, it does not have the earth effect.
Gas pipe
●
Never connect the earth wire to the gas
pipe, lightning arrester, telephone
connector etc.
1
4
7
0
8
2
5
3
6
9
Earth
wire
¬
WARNING : This appliance must be earthed .
Other earthing method
●
After
connecting the
earth wire to the earth
copper plate, bury it at
least 75 cm deep under
the wet ground.
●
Connect to the earthing-
only outlet.
●
When
installing it in an
area where earthing is
not possible, purchase a
short-circuit breaker
(15mA at operation,
7.5mA at idle) and
connect it to the outlet.
Earth
wire
Earth
wire
Earth copper plate
Short-circuit breaker
75cm
Connecting the power plug
●
Insert the power plug into the outlet.
●
Before
connecting the power plug, check if the
voltage setting of the machine matches the outlet
voltage.
●
If AC
outlet with ground terminal is used,
grounding is not needed. If not, never forget
earthing (earthing method above).
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Ground terminal
INSTALLATION
Installation area
●
Select flat and firm floor.
●
Maintain
●
Incorrect installation may cause severe noise and
more than 10 cm gap
between the side of drain hose
and the wall.
break down.
●
The base
openings must not be obstructed by
carpeting when the washing machine is installed
on a carpeted floor.
Drain Hose Installation
Press the clamp as shown in the direction (1).
●
●
Push the hose towards the body of the washing
machine as shown in the direction (2).
●
Release the Clamp.
Notes
●
Be sure
to re-route the hose so that it is not kinked or has sharp bends which will
prevent proper drainage.
●
The level
of the drain should be slightly lower than the lowest part of the washing
machine in order to ensure proper and complete drainage.
●
Use only new hose set provided with the machine.
8
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Inlet Hose
Safety Cover
Drain Hose
Snap Ring
Rotation Filter-C
Accessories
Accessories may be different according to the model.
WASHING
COVER
SPIN DRYER
COVER
SAFETY
COVER-2
PANEL
OVER FLOW
FILTER
SPIN DRYER
BASKET
ROTATION
FILTER-C
EARTH WIRE
(For models with
two prong plug)
COLLAR
SCRUBBER
TUB
SAFETY
COVER-1
PULSATOR*
POWER CORD
( Please do not match this figure with model as it may be different from your model. These are schematic diagrams only.)
Wash Timer (Only for P7553P3S exists with soak option )
Off
5
40
10
15
Wash Timer
The wash timer can be used for SOAK, WASH and RINSE operations.
Following combinations can be selected.
a) Soak + Wash : Select the desired soak time by setting the timer between
15~40 min. Then total wash time will be selected soak time + 15 min. of wash
time.
b) Wash/Rinse : Any Wash/Rinse time 1~15 min. can be selected by setting the
timer between 1~15 min.
Washing will take place for the set period, then machine stops automatically.
Soak Function
a) Soaking is provided for better cleaning of clothes as detergent water
goes to inner pores of clothes resulting dirt removal in better way.
b) Soak time by default will be 25 min. so total time of cycle will be
Soak + Wash time (25 min. + wash time)
c) In soak option, machine operates for 1.5 min. & remains off for 5 min. This
cycle continues for selected soak time.
9
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Control Panel
3
1
5
6
5
6
Model : P10051R1F
2
1
4
3
Model : P8031R3F
P8235R3F
P7553P3S
2
(Please do not match this figure with model as it may be different from your model. These are schematic diagrams only.)
4. Wash Selector
Set the Selector to "GENTLE", "NORMAL", "STRONG"
according to kinds and quantity of the laundry.
1. Cold Water inlet
Select this inlet when opting cold water wash.
2. Water Selector
Select "WASH" to supply water for washing and rinsing and
"SPIN" for spin shower rinse.
5. Drain Selector
Select "WASH RINSE" for washing and rinsing, and
"DRAIN" to drain the water from the tub.
3. Wash Timer
Select the desired time for soaking, washing or rinsing.
(Soaking facility is not available in P8031R3F / P8235R3F/
P10051R1F)
6. Spin Timer
Select the desired time for spinning. Don't rotate the knob
more than prescribed limit.
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PREPARATION BEFORE WASHING
Preparation
■
Inlet hose
■
Connect
the water supply hose
to the water supply inlet.
■
Connect
the
power cord to the
electrical outlet.
■
Set the
supply selector lever
to “WASH” for washing and
rinsing to “SPIN” for interim
spin rinse.
●
Note :
The water Selector
lever should not be placed
near the center (as shown in
Fig.
(A) otherwise water
flows to the wash and spin tub
simultaneously).
■
Drain Hose
(Fig. A)
●
Lay down the drain hose.
Keep the drain hose
f l i p p e d d ow n w h i l e
washing is in process
Before washing
1 Check
the washing
instruc-tions labels
on the clothing to be
washed.
2 Remove
any objects from the
pockets of the clothing. Object left in
the pockets may damage the
clothing or washing machine
(especially cause clogging of the
drain hose).
3
After separating an oiled or
dyed laundry,
wash.
HOW TO WASH
1 Set the drain selector to 2 Set
“ WA S H
position.
●
RINSE”
the water
selector to
“WASH”.
WASH
DRAIN SELECTOR
WATER SELECTOR
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3 Open the water tap and fill water
in the wash tub about halfway to
the desired water level.
HOW TO WASH
4 Put the appropriate amount
5 Select
the wash selector to
"GENTLE",
"NORMAL"
"STRONG" according to kinds
and quantity of the laundry.
of detergent and the
laundry into the wash tub.
And add water to the
desired water level.
(Not available in P10051R1F)
For model with detergent box
l
Put the appropriate
amount of detergent into
detergent box and the
laundry into the wash
tub. And add water to the
desired water level
which you want.
WASH SELECTOR
l
For detergent
& water level refer to
Tables for Reference on page 15.
6 Set the desired
wash time.
●
Refer
to Tables for Reference
on page 15.
7 When washing is finished, select
the drain selector to “DRAIN”
position and drain the water out.
Off
5
40
10
15
WASH TIMER
(For P7553P3S)
WASH TIMER
(For P10051R1F /
P8031R3F, P8235R3F)
●
Refer
to Table for Reference on page
15 for information on how to select the
appropriate washing time.
8
DRAIN SELECTOR
Spinning in the spin dryer basket :
laundry into the spin dryer
basket.
●
Put the laundry down lightly.
●
Place the safety cover horizontally
on the laundry.
●
Set the desired spin time with the
spin timer.
●
Put the
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HOW TO RINSE
Interim spin rinse
■
Interim
spin rinse prior to regular rinsing will remove sudsy water from the laundry and
improve rinsing efficiency.
1 After washing
●
Put the
laundry into
the spin dryer basket.
●
Place the safety
cover hori-zontally on
the laundry.
2 Set the water selector to 3 Allow
the water to flow
appropriately.
“SPIN”.
4 Turn off the water supply,
close the safety cover-2
and spin dryer cover.
SPIN
WATER SELECTOR
5 Set the desired spin
6 After spinning
time with the spin
timer.
●
Put the
laundry into
the wash tub and
rinse.
Economical water supply rinse
■
This course allows you to save water as this course is to rinse after feeding appropriate
water to the tub.
1 Set
the drain selector to
“WASH ●
RINSE” position
and feed appropriate
water to the tub.
2 Set the rinse time with the 3 Put
wash timer.
Off
5
the laundry into the
spin dryer basket and set
the spin time with the spin
timer.
40
10
10
15
4
8
WASH
WASH TIMER
(For P7553P3S)
WASH TIMER
(For P10051R1F /
P8031R3F, P8235R3F)
Water Selector Drain Selector
6
Spin Timer
5min Spin Timer
P8235R3F
4 Put the laundry into the wash tub and repeat 1 to 3 course
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Spin Timer
10min Spin Timer
P7553P3S
HOW TO RINSE
Continuous water supply rinse
■
The course is to rinse while feeding water continuously
1 Set the drain selector to 2 Put
“ WA S H
position.
●
RINSE”
the laundry into the
wash tub and open the
water faucet.
3 Set the rinse time with the
wash timer and feed
w a t e r c o n t i n u o u s l y.
Off
5
40
10
15
WASH
WASH TIMER
(For P7553P3S)
Water Selector Drain Selector
WASH TIMER
(For P10051R1F /
P8031R3F, P8235R3F)
HOW TO SPIN
1. Put the laundry evenly into the spin dryer basket.
Safety cover
2. Put the laundry down lightly.
3. Place the safety cover horizontally on the top of
the laundry.
4. Close the spin dryer cover.
5. Set the spin timer according to the following table.
SPIN TIME GUIDE
Type of clothing
Spin Time
Thin fabrics (synthetic fabrics, mixed fabrics)
1 minute
Sweaters (synthetic fabrics)
1~3 minutes
Cotton underwear
3~5 minutes
Sheets, towels
5~10 minutes
●
If the
spin dryer basket is off-balance and vibrates excessively, stop the spinning,
rearrange the clothes evenly, and then resume spinning.
●
If the
spinning fail to stop when the spin dryer cover is opened, the brake is out of
order. Immediately stop using the machine and request repair service.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTION : For woollen clothes, spin for 1 min. only for clothes protection.
10 min. Spin Timer available with selected models only. (P7553P3S)
AFTER FINISHING
1. Remove the laundry from the spin dryer basket and close
the spin dryer cover
2. If there is water in the wash tub, set the drain selector to
“DRAIN” in order to drain it out.
3. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet.
4. Clean the washing machine. (Refer to CARE AND
MAINTENANCE on page 16~17).
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REFERENCE
TABLE 1. WEIGHT GUIDE FOR CLOTHES
Type of Clothing
Type of Fabric
Weight Per Piece
Under shirt
Cotton
150 g
Handkerchief
Cotton
50 g
Bath towel
Cotton
300 g
Shirt
Mixed fabric
200 g
50 g
Mixed fabric
Socks (1 pair)
Pajama (shirt and pants)
Cotton
500 g
Winter undershirt
Woollen
600 g
Workclothes
Mixed fabric
800 g
Blouse
Mixed fabric
200 g
(A=P10051R1F)
TABLE 2. GUIDE FOR WASHING
Wash
Time
Type of Fabric
Synthetics, Silk, Woolen, Knits
Water
Level
2~5 min.
5~10 min.
Cotton, Linen
Very soiled cotton and linen
10~15 min.
Amount
of Water (Ltr.)
A
50
55
60
50
55
60
50
55
60
(A=P8031R3F, P8235R3F)
TABLE 3. GUIDE FOR WASHING (WITHOUT SOAK)
Wash
Selector
Wash
time
Woollen, Knits
Gentle
~5 min.
Synthetics, Silk
GENTLE
8~12 min.
Cotton, Linen
NORMAL
12~15 min.
Very soiled cotton and linen
STRONG
12~15 min.
Type of fabric
Amount of laundry (kg)
Amount of
Detergent(gms)
A
Water
level
Amount of water (Ltr)
Amount of detergent (gms)
A
66
54
60
66
54
60
66
54
60
66
A
65~70
51~55
56~60
65~70
51~55
56~60
65~70
51~55
56~60
65~70
Water
level
Amount of water (Ltr)
Amount of detergent (gms)
A
A
-
S
-
-
0.5~4.0
L
50
45~51
A
0.5~1.2
4.0~5.0
5.0~6.5
6.5~7.2
4.0~5.0
5.0~6.5
6.5~7.2
4.0~5.0
5.0~6.5
6.5~7.2
H
L
M
H
L
M
H
L
M
H
TABLE 4. GUIDE FOR WASHING (WITH SOAK)
Type of fabric
Wash
Selector
Wash
time
Soiled
Synthetics, Silk
Soak-Gentle
15+15 min.
Soiled
Cotton, Linen
Soak-Normal
20+15 min.
Worst Condition/
Very soiled cotton
and linen
Soak-Strong
25+15 min.
(A=P7553P3S)
Amount of laundry (kg)
A
4.0~4.6
M
55
54~58
4.6~6.5
H
60
60~70
-
S
-
-
0.5~4.0
L
50
45~51
4.0~4.6
M
55
54~58
4.6~6.5
H
60
60~70
-
S
-
-
0.5~4.0
L
50
45~51
4.0~4.6
M
55
54~58
4.6~6.5
H
60
60~70
Notes :
Amount of laundry is a weight of dry laundry.
Detergent is a general synthetic detergent.
●
●
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTION : Fill in wash to height 20mm above the level you desire.
When washing will start water level will automatically come to level you desire.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
●
Be sure
to disconnect the power cord from the electric outlet before starting care and
maintenance.
Washing machine
■
If the washing machine itself becomes dirty
●
The washing machine can be cleaned with
a mild liquid detergent. Never use abrasive
cleaner or chemicals such as benzene or thinner to clean the washing machine,
because these materials will damage both the painted surfaces and the plastic parts.
Pulsator
■
If a button or some other object gets caught in the pulsator.
1. Take out the pulsator cap with “-” type driver. (Fig. a)
2. Use a screwdriver to loosen the screw in the center of the
pulsator and lift the pulsator straight up in order to remove the
button or other object. (Fig.b)
Fig. a
3. Replace the pulsator and tighten the screw.
4. Replace the pulsator cap.
Fig. b
Overflow filter & Rotation filter-C
1
Pull the overflow filter forward from
the wash tub in the direction of the
arrow.
5
4
Use a brush or your hand to remove all
of the lints which has adhered to the
overflow filter.
1
3
2
Lift up the area A of the overflow filter.
Take out the rotation filter-C by
pulling in direction shown.
2
6
Insert the overflow filter back into the
wash tub.
3
Turn the net over and rinse in water.
4
Insert the rotation filter-C back
into the overflow filter.
5
* For P7553P3S
If only rotation filter-C need washing, proceed the process 1 > 3 > 6 on the upper figure.
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6
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
1*
2*
Pull out lint filter in the shown direction.
3*
Turn the net over and rinse in water.
Fit the filter to its original position.
Press the filter until you hear
a click sound.
Applicable only for Model P8031R3F.
Magic Filter
1
Pull out the Magic Filter from
the tub in the direction as
shown in figure.
3
Pull out the inner filter in the
direction shown in figure.
5
Rinse the filter with water.
2
Open the back cover of the
filter in the direction as shown
in figure.
4
Remove lint.
6
Replace the filter to the original
location. Push the filter until a
click sound is heard.
Applicable only for Model P8235R3F.
Detergent Box*
1. Pull the detergent box as shown in picture 1.
2. Press at side of detergent box and rotate
downwards following the arrow direction in
picture 2.
3. Clean detergent box with water.
* P7553P3S / P10051R1F
Spin dryer basket
■
If clothing becomes trapped between the spin dryer basket and the spin tub.
1. Unscrew the screw at the left corner in the safety cover-1.
2. Take hold of the front of the safety cover-1
3. Pull the tub by the other hand.
4. Pull the safety cover-1 upward.
5. Remove the article of clothing.
6. Close the safety cover-1, pressing down on it so that it fits securely into the spin tub.
7. Tighten the screw at the left corner in the safety cover-1.
Safety cover -1
Tub
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Before requesting service
Troubles
Motor does not operate
Checking points
• Is the power cord firmly plugged in ?
• Is a household fuse blown ?
• Is the timer turned to a suitable point except "OFF"?
• Is the wash selector set to a suitable position except "OFF" ? (wash motor)
• Is the "START/PAUSE" button pressed ?
Spin dryer basket does not operate
• Is there any cloth dropped between the basket and tub?
• Is the spin dryer cover closed?
Water does not enter washer
• Is the water faucet hooked up?
• Is the water faucet frozen?
No draining
• Is the drain hose laid down?
• Is the drain hose twisted?
• Is the threshold higher?
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WIRING DIAGRAM
OR/WH
BUZZER
BK
OR
BUZZER
BK
S/W
VL
T.M.
OR/WH
WH
SPIN
TIMER
WH
SPIN
TIMER
GY
YL
T1
T2
DOOR
OR/WH
WH
SPIN
TIMER
GY
BK
T1
T2
DOOR
S/W
OR
BK
WASH TIMER
WASH TIMER
BK
T1
T2
BUZZER
WASH TIMER
BK
DOOR
S/W
GY
YL
YL
BK/YL
BK/YL
BK(BK/BL)
RD
SPIN
MOTOR
WH(RD)(BR)
BK(BK/BL)
WASH
MOTOR
WH(RD)(BR)
WH
BK/YL
RD
SPIN
MOTOR
WASH
MOTOR
WH
WH
For P8031R3F
WASH TIMER
T1
SPIN TIMER T 2
OR/WH OR/WH
BK
GY
BUZZER
1 23
POWER CORD
WH
GY
123
BK/YL
WH
RD
21
WH
GY
BK/YL
1 23
YL
YL
GN(YL/GN)
SPIN
MOTOR
RD
4 32 1
12
12
OR
RD
YL
DOOR S/W
WH(RD) (BR)
WASH
MOTOR
WH
GN(GN/YL)
For P10051R1F
BK(BL)
SPIN
MOTOR
WH
WH(RD)(BR)
GN(GN/YL)
GN(GN/YL)
BK
RD
BK(BK/BL)
CAPACITOR
WASH
MOTOR
For P8235R3F
SPECIFICATIONS
P10051R1F / P7553P3S
Power Source
Water level
Water Pressure
Dimensions
Weight (net)
On Specification Label
High : 60 l
Less than 1,00kPa (1kgf/cm2)
795 x 470 x 975 mm (W x D x H)
24.0 kg
P8031R3F / P8235R3F
Power Source
Water level
Water Pressure
Dimensions
Weight (net)
On Specification Label
High : 66 l
2
Less than 100kPa (1kgf/cm )
805 x 478 x 975 mm (W x D x H)
25.5 kg / 26kg
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For P7553P3S
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