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WASHING MACHINE
Owner’s Instructions
SWT50A1(P) / SWT50A2(P) / SWT50B1(P) / SWT55B1
BEFORE USING THE WASHING MACHINE 1
PRECAUTIONS
1
CONTROL PANEL
1
DESCRIPTION AND CLEANING OF PART 2
WASHING PROCEDURE
3
To Wash
3
To Spin Dry
3
To Rinsing
3
Overflow rinse
3
Additional rinse
4
INSTALLATION
4
Location
4
Connecting the drain hose
4
Mounting the legs
4
LAUNDRY GUIDE
5
MAINTENANCE
5
TROUBLE SHOOTING
5
Before operating the washing machine, please read this manual
thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.
BEFORE USING THE WASHING MACHINE CAUTIONS
• Remove the cap-hose
from the drain hose.
• In the case of pump drained
washer, remove
the cap-hose from
the drain hole.
PRECAUTIONS WHEN OPERATING
• Don't use excessively hot water.
(50˚C or more)
Plastic parts may be deformed or damaged.
Also, clothing may be deformed or decolored.
• Before washing,check all pockets.
If nails or pins remain in pockets,they may
damage the washer or clothes.
• Close the water tap a little if the
water pressure is too high.
• Never splash water on the control panel.
• Be sure to cover with the inner
cover on laundry before spinning.
This prevents laundry from
being tossed out and damaged.
• To avoid water splashes, close the
wash tub lid.
• Be sure laythe drain hose down.
(in case no drain pump)
• Be sure that the washer is grounded.
To avoid electrical shock,use a
metal pipe for the ground
connection. But, don't ground the
washer with gas pipes or telephone
lines to avoid to dangers of explosion
or lightning strike.
• Do not put your hands into the
spin dryer basket when it is
spinning.
Your fingers can be caught by
spinning laundry and damaged.
• Never allow children to operate
or play with the washer.
Children playing with the
washer may accidentally
fall into the washing tub.
• Disconnect the power cord from the
power supply when not in use.
• Ventilation opening must not be obstructed
by carpeting when the washing machine is
installed on a carpeted floor.
• If the supply cord of this appliance is
damaged, it must only be replaced by a repair
shopappointed by the manufacturer, because
special purpose tools are required.
• Warning to avoid overfilling and damages this
appliance must be filled with the operator
present using a moderate water supply
pressure only.
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
• To avoid overfilling and damages this appliance
must be filled with the operator present using a
moderate water supply pressure only.
1
CONTROL PANEL
1. WASH TIMMER
This is used to set the
wash time, 1-15 minutes.
0
15
3
12
6
9
WASH TIMER
2. CYCLE SELECTOR
This is used to set the
Washing/Rinsing
or Draining.
Wash/Rinse
Wash
Drain Rinse
CYCLE SELECTOR
3. SPIN DRY TIMER
This is used to set the
spin time, 1-5 minutes.
CYCLE SELECTOR
0
5
1
4
Drain
2
3
SPIN DRY TIMER
4. WATER SELECTOR(FOR SW-50B1)
During washing, WATER SELECTOR
KNOB should be selected.
Spin
Wash
During spin rinsing, WATER
WATER SELECTOR
SELECTOR KNOB should
be selected.
DESCRIPTION AND / CLEANING OF PARTS
.
SPIN DRYER LID
When you open this
lid while the spin basket is
spinning,the spinning will
be stopped by the brake
system.
SPIN DRYER BASKET
INNER LID
DRAIN HOSE
(with pump)
• Push the strainer(filter) out and take
up the filter as shown in figure.
Wash the filter and washing tub.
POWER CORD
The plug’s shape
may not be similar to that
shown in this drawing.
OVERFLOW
FILTER
LINT FILTER
This is used for
gathering the
dregs made
during washing.
WATER DRAIN HOSE
(without pump)
WASH TUB LID
Be sure to keep
the lid closed
during washing
and spinning.
EARTH WIRE
WASH TUB
PULSATOR
DRAIN FILTER
OVERFLOW FILTER
• Pull the upper side of the
overflow filter with your
fingers into the holes
in the direction of
arrow as shown
in the figure.
CLEANING THE FILTER
• Pull the overflow filter out and take up
the filter by removing 3 screws as
shown in figure. Wash the filter and
washing tub.
CLEANING THE LINT FILTER
• If the dregs are piled up in the
lint filter after finishing the wash,
push down and
pull it out as
shown in the
figure.
• Wash the filter
net in water.
CLEANING THE WASH TUB
First, fill water in the wash tub to ‘L’ level(
operating wash cycle for 1~2 minutes. •Close the wash tub lid.
OVERFLOW FILTER
Pull the upper side of the
A
overflow filter with
two fingers inserted into
hole ‘A’ in the
direction of arrow
as shown in the figure.
DRAIN FILTER
In case of incomplete drain,
disassemble the drain filter with
screw driver(+), and remove
lints from the filter as shown
in the filter as shown in
the figure.
HOW TO CLEAN THE FILTER
(In case drain pump)
1. Place a rag under the washer filter
not to wet the floor.
2. Rotate the filter counterclockwise
and pull out the filter.
3. Remove dirts and
rotate the filter
clockwise until it
locks in position.
, then drain water from the wash tub simultaneously with
2
WASHING PROCEDURE
TO WASH
TO SPIN DRY
TO RINSING
1. Before starting to wash, proceed as follows,
Connect the water supply
hose and open the water tap.
• Lay the drain hose down toward
a sinkhole. (In case no drain pump)
• Place the drain hose in sink or bath.
(In case no drain pump)
• Connect the power cord to the power
supply outlet.
1. Transfer the clothes into the
spin basket and arrange the
clothes evenly.
1. Set the CYCLE SELECTOR KNOB to
‘WASH.RINSE’.
(In the case of
drain pump
‘WASH’)
CYCLE SELECTOR
CYCLE SELECTOR
Drain Rinse
2. Be sure to replace the safety
cover and close the
inner lid
inner lid.
safty cover
0
15
3. Set the WASH TIMER to
2~3 minutes.
3. Close the spin
dryer lid.
CYCLE SELECTOR
4. Set the SPIN DRY
TIMER 1-5minutes.
5
1
2
3
OVER FLOW RINSE
SPIN DRY TIMER
1. Keep supplying
water(adjust water
pressure to ensure
that the amount of CYCLE SELECTOR
water supplied
does not exceed the amount
of water drained.)
Wash/Rinse
5. Load laundry in the
wash tub and fill water
to proper water level.
Wash
Drain Rinse
0
15
3
12
Drain
CYCLE SELECTOR
0
15
3
6
9
7. After washing, set the CYCLE
SELECTOR KNOB
to 'DRAIN' for drain.
6
9
5. Repeat this cycle until drain
water is clean. (2~3 cycles)
0
4
4. Fill water in the wash tub
and add the detergent.
6. Set the WASH TIMER
1-15 minutes.
12
4. Drain the water.
Set the delete one space cycle
selector KNOB to ‘DRAIN’.
Drain
CYCLE SELECTOR
3
WASH TIMER
Wash
Drain Rinse
Drain
2. Supply the proper amount of water
so as not to delete one space overflow
the top of the washing tub.
WATER SELECTOR
3. Set the CYCLE SELECTOR KNOB to
“WASH.RINSE”.(in case drain pump WASH)
Wash/Rinse
Wash
Spin
Wash
2. Set the WTER SELECTOR
KNOB to the desired mode.
Wash/Rinse
2. Set the WASH TIMER
6~8 minutes.
WASH TIMER
12
6
9
WASH TIMER
0
3. As soon as the
WASH TIMER
shuts off, turn off
the water tap.
4. Set the CYCLE
SELECTOR KNOB
to ‘DRAIN’.
3
15
3
12
6
9
WASH TIMER
INSTALLATION
LOCATION
1 After rinsing you can select this
course for more effective rinse
(Don't just select this course
for rinse.) Load the laundry
evenly into the spin basket.
Leave some space of
at least 15cm between the washing machine
and the wall.
Place the washing machine on a sturdy flat
surface.
If the washing machine is placed on an uneven
or weak surface, noise or vibration may occur.
(Allowable is 2˚)
Never install the washing machine near water.
Do not place the washing machine in steamy
rooms or where the washing machine is directly
exposed to rain. Moisture may damage electrical
insulation and cause an electrical shock to occur.
Avoid direct sunlight or heating devices.
As plastic and electrical components are
affected by direct heat, never place the washing
machine near heaters, boilers, etc., or under direct
sunlight.
2 Set the WATER SELECTOR
KNOB to SPIN and Wash
Spin
CYCLE SELECTOR
KNOB to ‘DRAIN’.
WATER SELECTOR
3 Supply water for about 1 minute.
Adjust the water flow to prevent
overflow from the wash tub.
4 After completing the water supply,
inner lid
cover the laundry with
safety cover and close safety
cover
the inner lid.
Install the drain hose
about 70~80cm above
the ground for pump model.
5 Close the spin dryer lid.
0
6 Set the SPIN DRY
TIMER 2~3 minutes.
5
1
4
2
3
SPIN DRY TIMER
MOUNTING THE LEGS
Lay down the washer with its back facing
downward. Insert four legs into the leg mounting
sections of the base corners of the main body.
Claw
Insert the claw of the
Square
leg with the square
hole
hole of the leg
2
1
mounting section,
and push the leg in
the arrow direction
as shown in the
Leg
Bottom face of
figure until it clicks.
main body
4
CHANGING THE POSITION OF THE
DRAIN HOSE
Before attempting to change the position of the
drain hose, disconnect the plug from the outlet.
1. Route the drain hose inside the machine.
2.Take out the drain hose from the opposite hole
and insert the drain hose into the hose holder.
2
1
Hose holder
CONNECTING THE DRAIN HOSE
After attaching the connector ring(a), insert
the drain hose(b) in the draining direction.
a
70~80cm
ADDITIONAL RINSE
b
CONNECTING THE DRAIN HOSE
1. Before connecting the drain hose, remove
the cover (a) from the drain hole.
2. After pressing the joint ring (b), insert the
drain hose(c) to drain direction.
(a)
(C)
(C)
(b)
(b)
(In case of pump
drained washer)
LAUNDRY GUIDE
MAINTENANCE
WASHING TIME
TYPE OF CLOTHING
WASHING TIME
Extremely soiled
heavy fabric
10 to15 minutes
Linen, cotton, etc.
8 to10 minutes
Ordinary clothes
(underwear,etc)
7 minutes
Slightly soiled
synthetic fiber
2 to 5 minutes
WASHING
SELECTION
NORMAL
SOFT
100% wool, mixed wool knitting,
2 to 5 minutes
thin synthetic fiber with
tags indicating hand washing
SPIN DRY TIME
TIME
TYPE OF FABRIC
1 min.
1~2 min.
3~5 min.
5 min.
Thin (synthetic fiber)
wool
cotton
thick (cotton)
TO LOAD THE LAUNDRY INTO
THE SPIN BASKET.
Press the laundry evenly and put the safety
cover into the spin basket as shown in the
figure.
DETERGENT
The amount of detergent AMOUNT OF
WATER
is average. Follow the
LEVEL
DETERGENT
instruction printed on the
Low (33l)
33g
package for amount of
detergent. Choose the
40g
Medium (40l)
amount of detergent
according to the fabric type.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
TROUBLE
CHECK POINT
The washing
machine does
not work.
Check that the power cord is
properly connected to a power
outlet. Is there a power failure?
Clothes do not
move freely.
Is the machine overloaded?
Incomplete
spinning
Is the laundry arranged
evenly?
Incomplete
draining
Is the filter clogged with lint?
• See “Cleaning of parts”.
TO RETRIEVE THE CLOTHING THAT HAS
Is the spin dryer lid closed
The spin dryer
FALLEN BETWEEN THE BASKET AND TUB.
completely?
For safety reason,pull the power supply plug out basket will not Are laundry items (socks, etc.) falling
run.
of the socket.
out of the spin dryer basket and
clinging to the axle?
1. Unscrew the spin dryer hatch.
• See “To retrieve...”on page 5.
2. The spin dryer hatch is
fixed to the brim by the
concave and convex
AFTER OPERATION
parts at two places.
1. Remove the power cord from the outlet.
Expand the concave and
2. Take out the laundry.
convex parts,and pull up
3. Close the water tap and disconnect the water
the spin dryer hatch to
supply hose.
remove it.
4. Clean the washing machine.
3. Retrieve the clothing.
- Periodical cleaning will extend the life of your
4. Close the spin dryer hatch. Push the hatch
washing machine.
firmly until the catch at the front is securely
- Do not spray the unit water or use tinner, benzene,
attached.
alcohol etc, for cleaning it.
DETERGENT
In case the water level is at “High”,
amount of water is 42l
.
-H-
Follow the directions printed on the package
for amount of detergent. Choose the amount of
detergent depending on the fabric type and
water level.
CLEANING THE WASHING MACHINE
Wipe off stains on the cabinet and operation pane
with a soft cloth. Neither use benzene, thinner,
cleanser, or wax, nor scrub the washing machine
with a brush. Painted surfaces or plastic parts will
be damaged.
5
SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS (WxDxH)
692 x 418 x 895 mm
WATER PRESSURE
0.05~0.78 MPa(0.5 ~ 8.0kg . f/cm2)
WEIGHT
T50A1/A2(P)
22kg (24kg)
T50B1(P)
21kg (23kg)
EXTRACTION EFFICIENCY
55 %
STANDARD QUANTITY OF WATER
40 l
RATING TIME
Washing 1 Hour / Spinning 15 minutes
DC68 - 10463A-01
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