AEG L61275WDBI User manual

AEG L61275WDBI User manual
L61275WDBI
USER
MANUAL
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User Manual
Washer Dryer
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION............................................................................................. 3
2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................................................5
3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION...........................................................................................7
4. CONTROL PANEL....................................................................................................... 8
5. PROGRAMMES .........................................................................................................10
6. CONSUMPTION VALUES......................................................................................... 13
7. OPTIONS....................................................................................................................13
8. SETTINGS...................................................................................................................14
9. BEFORE FIRST USE................................................................................................... 14
10. DAILY USE................................................................................................................15
11. DAILY USE - DRYING ONLY...................................................................................17
12. DAILY USE - WASHING & DRYING....................................................................... 18
13. HINTS AND TIPS..................................................................................................... 19
14. CARE AND CLEANING.......................................................................................... 21
15. TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................. 25
16. INSTALLATION........................................................................................................28
17. TECHNICAL DATA..................................................................................................36
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
Always use original spare parts.
When contacting our Authorised Service Centre, ensure that you have the
following data available: Model, PNC, Serial Number.
The information can be found on the rating plate.
Warning / Caution-Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information
Subject to change without notice.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Before the installation and use of the appliance,
carefully read the supplied instructions. The
manufacturer is not responsible for any injuries or
damages that are the result of incorrect installation or
usage. Always keep the instructions in a safe and
accessible location for future reference.
1.1 Children and vulnerable people safety
WARNING!
Risk of suffocation, injury or permanent
disability.
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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 the use of the appliance in a
safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Do not let children play with the appliance.
Children aged 3 years and under must be kept away
from this appliance when it is in operation at all times.
Keep all packaging away from children and dispose of
it appropriately.
Keep detergents away from children.
Keep children and pets away from the appliance when
the door is open.
If the appliance has a child safety device, this should
be activated.
Children shall not carry out cleaning and user
maintenance of the appliance without supervision.
1.2 General Safety
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Do not change the specification of this appliance.
The appliance shall be installed as a freestanding
product or below the kitchen worktop if space
margins permit.
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Do not install the appliance behind a lockable door, a
sliding door or a door with a hinge on the opposite
side, that would prevent the appliance door from
being fully opened.
Connect the mains plug to the mains socket only at
the end of the installation process. Make sure that the
mains plug is accessible after installation.
The ventilation opening in the base must not be
covered by a carpet, mat, or any floor covering.
WARNING: The appliance must not be supplied
through an external switching device, such as timer, or
connected to a circuit that is regularly switched on and
off by a utility.
Ensure good air ventilation in the located room to
avoid the backflow of unwanted gases into the room
from appliances burning gas or other fuels, including
open fires.
Exhaust air must not be discharged into a flue which is
used for exhausting fumes from any appliances
burning gas or other fuels.
The operating water pressure at the water entry point
from the outlet connection must be between 0.5 bar
(0.05 MPa) and 8 bar (0.8 MPa).
Do not exceed the maximum load of 7 kg (refer to the
"Programme chart" chapter).
The appliance must be connected to the water mains
using the new supplied hose sets, or other new hose
sets supplied by the Authorised Service Centre.
Old hose sets must not be reused.
If the mains power supply cable is damaged, it must
be replaced by the manufacturer, its Authorised
Service Centre or similarly qualified persons to avoid
an electrical hazard.
Wipe away lint or packaging debris that has
accumulated around the appliance.
Items that have been soiled with substances such as
vegetable or mineral oil, acetone, alcohol, petrol,
kerosene, spot removers, turpentine, waxes and wax
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removers should be washed separately with an extra
amount of detergent before being dried in the washer
dryer.
Do not use the appliance if items have been soiled
with industrial chemicals.
Do not dry unwashed items in the wash dryer.
Items such as foam rubber (latex foam), shower caps,
waterproof textiles, and rubber backed articles and
clothes, or pillows fitted with foam rubber pads should
not be dried in the washer dryer.
Fabric softeners, or similar products, should only be
used as specified by the product manufacturer’s
instructions.
Remove all objects from items that could be a source
of fire ignition such as lighters or matches.
Never stop the washer dryer before the end of the
drying cycle unless all items are quickly removed and
separated so that residual heat can dissipate.
The final part of the washer dryer cycle takes place
without heat (cool down cycle) to ensure that items
reach a temperature that will not cause damage to
them.
Do not use high pressure water sprays and/or steam
to clean the appliance.
Clean the appliance with a moist cloth. Use only
neutral detergents. Do not use abrasive products,
abrasive cleaning pads, solvents or metal objects.
Before any maintenance operation, deactivate the
appliance and disconnect the mains plug from the
socket.
2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 Installation
The installation must comply
with relevant national
regulations.
• Follow the installation instructions
supplied with the appliance.
• Do not install or use the appliance
where the temperature can be less
than 0°C or where it is exposed to the
weather.
• Always keep the appliance vertical
when being moved.
• Make sure that there is air circulation
between the appliance and the floor.
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• Remove all the packaging and the
transit bolts.
• The floor area on which the appliance
is to be installed must be flat, stable,
heat resistant and clean.
• Keep the transit bolts in a safe place.
If the appliance is to be moved in the
future they must be reattached to lock
the drum to prevent an internal
damage.
• Always take care when moving the
appliance as it is heavy. Always use
safety gloves and enclosed footwear.
• Do not install or use a damaged
appliance.
• Do not install the appliance where the
appliance door cannot be fully
opened.
• Adjust the feet to have the necessary
space between the appliance and the
flooring.
• When the appliance is in its
permanent position, check that it is
fully level with the aid of a spirit level.
If it is not, adjust the feet accordingly.
2.2 Electrical Connection
WARNING!
Risk of fire and electric
shock.
• The appliance must be earthed.
• Always use a correctly installed
shockproof socket.
• Do not use multi-plug adapters and
extension cables.
• Do not pull the mains cable to
disconnect the appliance. Always pull
the mains plug.
• Do not touch the mains cable or the
mains plug with wet hands.
• UK and Ireland only. This appliance is
fitted with a 13 A mains plug. If it is
necessary to change the mains plug
fuse, use only a 13 A ASTA (BS 1362)
fuse.
• This appliance complies with the
E.E.C. Directives.
2.3 Water Connection
• Do not cause damage to the water
hoses.
• Before connection to new pipes,
pipes not used for a long time, where
repair work has been carried out or
new devices fitted (water meters,
etc.), let the water flow until it is clean
and clear.
• Ensure that there are no visible water
leaks during and after the first use of
the appliance.
2.4 Use
WARNING!
Risk of injury, electric shock,
fire, burns or damage to the
appliance.
• This appliance is for household use
only.
• Do not put flammable products or
items that are wet with flammable
products in, near or on the appliance.
• Do not touch the glass door while a
programme is in operation. The glass
can get hot.
• Do not dry damaged (torn, frayed)
items that contain padding or fillings.
• If laundry has been washed with a
stain remover, carry out an additional
rinse cycle before starting a drying
cycle.
• Make sure that all metal objects are
removed from the laundry.
• Only dry fabrics that are suitable to
dry in the washer dryer. Follow the
cleaning instruction on the item label.
• Plastic items are not heat resistant.
– If a detergent ball is used, remove
it before starting a drying
programme.
– Do not use a detergent ball if
setting a non-stop programme.
WARNING!
Risk of injury or damage to
the appliance.
• Do not sit or stand on the open door.
• Do not dry dripping wet clothes in the
appliance.
2.5 Disposal
• Disconnect the appliance from the
mains electrical and water supplies.
• Cut off the mains electrical cable
close to the appliance and dispose of
it.
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• Remove the door catch to prevent
children or pets from becoming
trapped in the drum.
• Dispose of the appliance in
accordance with local requirements
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for the disposal of Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 Appliance overview
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Detergent dispenser
Control panel
Door handle
Rating plate
Drain pump filter
Feet for levelling the appliance
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Water drain hose
Mains cable
Water inlet hose connection
Feet for levelling the appliance
3.2 Accessories
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Spanner
To remove the transit bolts.
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Plastic caps
To close the holes on the rear side of the
cabinet after the removal of the transit
bolts.
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Inlet Hose
To connect the appliance to the water
tap.
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Plastic hose guide
To connect the drain hose on the edge of
a sink.
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3.3 How to activate the child
safety device
To close the door, turn the device
anticlockwise until the groove is vertical.
This device prevents children or pets
from being closed in the drum.
3.4 Installation on suspended
flooring
Turn the device clockwise, until the
groove is horizontal.
You cannot close the door.
Suspended wooden floors are
particularly susceptible to vibration.
To limit vibration we recommend placing
a waterproof wooden panel, at least 15
mm thick, under the appliance. It should
be screwed to at least 2 floor beams and
should extend beyond the front feet.
If possible, install the appliance where
the floor is more stable.
4. CONTROL PANEL
4.1 Control panel description
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Economy
Refresh
Drying
Cottons Dry
Synthetics Dry
Spin
Drain
Delicate Rinse
Wool/ Cold
Silk
30
Delicates 30
40
Easy Iron 40
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Off
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95 Cottons
60
40 E
40
30
95 + Prewash
60
40
60 Synthetics
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4
Delay Start
1200
1000
800
400
Washing
Drying
Door
Spin
Stains
Time Save
Extra
Rinse
Drying
Time
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A
B
C
Start/Pause
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40
30
Programme knob
Display
Delay start button (Delay Start)
Phase indicators:
• A - Washing phase (Washing)
• B - Drying phase (Drying )
• C - Door locked (Door)
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Start/Pause button (Start/Pause)
Drying time button (Drying Time)
Extra rinse button (Extra Rinse)
Time saving button (Time Save)
Stain button (Stains)
Spin button (Spin)
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4.2 Display
The display shows the following information:
Duration of the set programme
When you set a programme, the display shows the duration in hours and
minutes (for example 2.05).
The duration is calculated automatically on the maximum load for each
type of fabric.
After the programme has started, the time remaining is updated every minute.
Set drying time
When you set a drying programme, the display shows the drying time in
minutes and/or hours (see paragraph «Programmes for timed drying »).
After the programme has started, the appliance updates the remaining
time every minute.
Alarm codes
In the event of operating problems, some alarm codes can be displayed,
for example
(see chapter «Troubleshooting»).
End of programme
When the programme has finished, the display shows a blinking zero .
The Door light C, the Washing light A (or the Drying light B) and the light
of button Start/Pause go out.
The door can be opened.
Incorrect option selection
If you set an option which is not compatible with the wash programme, the
display shows the message Err for some seconds.
The yellow pilot light of button Start/Pause light starts blinking.
Delay Start
When you press the relevant button to set the delay (20 hours max), it appears for some seconds, then the display shows the duration of the set
programme.
The delay time value decreases by one unit every hour. When only 1 hour
remains, the time decreases every minute.
Delay Start symbol
This symbol comes on when you set the delay time.
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Child safety lock
This symbol comes on when you activate the child lock function.
4.3 Phase indicators
A
B
C
After you have pressed the button Start/Pause,
the Washing (A) indicator comes on.
The appliance is operating.
When you set a drying programme, the Drying
(B) indicator illuminates and stays on during the
drying phase.
The Door (C) indicator indicates when the door
can be opened:
• light on: the door cannot be opened.
• light blinking: the door is opening in some
minutes.
• light off: the door can be opened.
5. PROGRAMMES
5.1 Programme Chart
Programme
Temperature range
Maximum load
Maximum spin
speed
Programme description
(Type of load and soil level)
7 kg
1200 rpm
White cotton and coloured cotton.
Normal soil and light soil.
7 kg
1200 rpm
Colour-fast cotton. Light soil. The energy consumption decreases and the time
of the washing programme is extended.
7 kg
1200 rpm
White cotton and coloured cotton.
Heavy soil and normal soil.
3 kg
1200 rpm
Synthetic items or mixed fabric items.
Normal soil.
1.5 kg
1200 rpm
Synthetic items requiring a gentle
3 kg
1200 rpm
Delicate fabrics such as acrylics, viscose and mixed fabrics requiring gentler washing. Normal soil.
Washing programmes
Cottons
95°C - 30°C
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Economy
40°C
Cottons + Prewash
95°C - 40°C
Synthetics
60°C - 30°C
Easy Iron
40°C
Delicates
40°C - 30°C
wash. Normal and light soil.1)
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Programme
Temperature range
Wool/Silk
30°C - Cold
Delicate Rinse
Cold
Maximum load
Maximum spin
speed
Programme description
(Type of load and soil level)
2 kg
1200 rpm
Machine washable wool, hand washable wool and other fabrics with «hand
washing» care symbol2).
3 kg
1200 rpm
To rinse and spin the laundry. All fabrics, except woollens and very delicate
fabrics. Reduce the spin speed accordingly to the type of laundry.
7 kg
To drain the water in the drum. All fabrics.
7 kg
1200 rpm
To spin the laundry and to drain the water in the drum. All fabrics, except
woollens and delicate fabrics.
2 kg
Drying programme for synthetic items.
4 kg
Drying programme for cotton items.
3 kg
1200 rpm
A very short cycle for cotton and synthetic items with light soil level or
worn only once.
7 kg
1200 rpm
White cotton and fast-coloured cotton. Normal soil. The energy consumption decreases and the time of the
washing programme is extended.
Drain
Spin
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Synthetics Dry
Cottons Dry
Refresh
30°C
Economy3)
60°C
1) To reduce creasing, this cycle regulates the water temperature and performs a soft wash and spin
phase. The appliance adds some rinses.
2) During this cycle the drum rotates slowly to ensure a gentle wash. It can seem that the drum doesn't
rotate or doesn't rotate properly, but this is normal for this programme.
3) Cottons energy saving programme. This programme at 60ºC with a load of 7 kg is the reference programme for data entered in the energy label, in compliance with EEC 92/75 standards. Set this programme to have a good washing results and decrease the energy consumption. The time of the washing
programme is extended.
Programme options compatibility
Programme
Cottons
Stains 1)
Spin
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Time
Save 2)
Extra
Rinse
Delay Start
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Programme
Stains 1)
Spin
Economy
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Cottons + Prewash
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■
Synthetics
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Easy Iron
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Delicates
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Wool/Silk
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Delicate Rinse
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■
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Time
Save 2)
Extra
Rinse
Delay Start
■3)
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■
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Drain
Spin
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Refresh
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■
Economy
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■3)
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1) The Stain option is not available with a temperature lower than 40 °C.
2) If you set the shortest duration, we recommend that you decrease the load size. It is possible to fully
load the appliance, however the washing results can be less satisfactory.
3) With these programmes you can set only the shorter duration.
5.2 Programmes for timed drying
Dryness Level
Type of fabric
Extra Dry
Cottons and Linen
For towelling materials (bathrobes, bath towels, etc)
Cupboard Dry1)
For items to be stored
Cupboard Dry
For items to be stored
Cottons and Linen
(bathrobes, bath towels, etc)
Synthetics and mixed fabrics
(jumpers, blouses, underwear, household linen)
Load
(kg)
Spin
speed
(rpm)
Suggested
duration
(mins)
4
1200
215 - 220
3
1200
160 - 180
1.5
1200
95 - 105
4
1200
205 - 210
3
1200
150 - 170
1.5
1200
85 - 95
2
900
90 - 100
1
900
55 - 65
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Dryness Level
Type of fabric
Load
(kg)
Iron Dry
Suitable for ironing
Cottons and Linen
(sheets, tablecloths, shirts,
etc)
Spin
speed
(rpm)
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Suggested
duration
(mins)
4
1200
140 - 150
3
1200
90 - 100
1.5
1200
60 - 70
1) In compliance with EC directive EN 50229, the cotton reference programme for the data entered in
the Energy Label must be tested dividing the maximum washing load by two equal parts and drying with
DRYING TIME each of them .
6. CONSUMPTION VALUES
Stated values are obtained in laboratory conditions with relevant standards. Different causes can change the data: the quantity and type of
laundry and ambient temperature. Water pressure, the supply voltage
and the temperature of inlet water may also affect the washing programme duration.
Technical specifications may be changed without prior notice to improve
the quality of product.
Programmes
Load
(kg)
Energy
Water conApproximate proconsump- sumption (li- gramme duration
tion (kWh) tre)
(minutes)
Cottons 60°C
7
1.35
67
150
Economy
Cotton Energy Saving Pro-
7
1.05
55
185
Cottons 40°C
7
0.85
67
140
Synthetics 40°C
3
0.55
42
90
Delicates 40°C
3
0.55
63
65
Wool/Handwash 30°C
2
0.25
55
60
gramme 60°C1)
1) «Cotton Energy Saving programme » at 60°C with a load of 7kg is the reference programme for the
data entered in the energy label, in compliance with EEC 92/75 standards.
7. OPTIONS
7.1 Spin
With this option you can decrease the
default spin speed.
The indicator of the set speed comes on.
Additional spin options:
Rinse Hold
• Set this option to prevent the laundry
creases.
• The relevant indicator comes on.
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• The washing programme stops with
the water in the drum. The drum turns
regularly to prevent the laundry
creases.
• The door stays locked. You must drain
the water to unlock the door.
To drain the water refer to
‘At the end of the
programme’.
Some programmes accept
only one of the two options.
7.4 Extra Rinse
7.2 Stains
Set this option to add the stain phase to
a programme.
Use this option for laundry with hard
stains to remove.
When you set this option, put the stain
remover into compartment
• Press this button one time to set
'Shortened duration' for items with
daily soil.
• Press this button two times to set
'Extra Quick' for slightly soiled items
only.
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This option increases the
programme duration.
This option is not available
with a temperature lower
than 40 °C.
7.3 Time Save
With this option you can add some rinses
to some washing programmes, refer to
"Programme chart".
Use this option for persons allergic to
detergents and in areas where the water
is soft.
The related indicator comes on.
7.5 Delay Start
With this option you can delay the start
of a programme from 30 minutes to 20
hours.
The display shows the related indicator
and delay time.
With this option you can decrease the
programme duration.
8. SETTINGS
8.1 Acoustic signals
8.2 Child Lock
The acoustic signals operate when:
With this option you can prevent that the
children play with the control panel.
• You activate the appliance.
• You deactivate the appliance.
• You press the buttons.
• The programme is completed.
• The appliance has a malfunction.
To deactivate/activate the acoustic
signals, press Stains and Time Save at
the same time for 6 seconds.
If you deactivate the
acoustic signals, they
continue operate when the
appliance has a malfunction.
• To activate/deactivate this option,
press Time Save and Extra Rinse at
the same time until the indicator
comes on/goes off.
You can activate this option:
• After you press Start/Pause : the
options and the programme knob are
locked.
• Before you press Start/Pause : the
appliance cannot start.
9. BEFORE FIRST USE
1. Connect the mains plug to the mains
socket.
2. Open the water tap.
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3. Put 2 litre of water in the detergent
compartment for washing phase.
This activates the drain system.
4. Put a small quantity of detergent in
the compartment for washing phase.
5. Set and start a programme for cotton
at the highest temperature without
laundry.
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This removes all possible dirt from the
drum and the tub.
10. DAILY USE
10.1 Loading the laundry
1. Open the appliance door.
2. Put the laundry in the drum, one item
at a time.
3. Shake the items before you put them
in the appliance.
Make sure you do not put too much
laundry in the drum.
4. Close the door firmly.
10.2 Filling the detergent and
additives
MAX
Compartment for prewash phase,
soak programme or stain remover.
Compartment for washing phase.
Compartment for liquid additives
(fabric conditioner, starch).
Maximum level for quantity of liquid
additives.
Flap for powder or liquid detergent.
CAUTION!
Make sure that no laundry
becomes trapped between
the seal and the door. There
is a risk of water leakage or
damage to the laundry.
Always follow the
instructions that you find on
the packaging of the
detergent products.
10.3 Setting a programme
Turn the programme selector dial to the
required programme.
The programme dial determines the type
of washing cycle (e.g. water level, drum
movement, number of rinses) and the
washing temperature according to the
type of laundry.
The indicator of Start/Pause button starts
flashing.
The programme dial can be turned
either clockwise or anticlockwise.
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Off = Reset programme/switching OFF
of the appliance
If you turn the programme
dial to another programme
when the appliance is
working, the yellow indicator
of Start/Pause button flashes
3 times. The display shows
the message Err to indicate
a wrong selection. The
appliance does not perform
the newly selected
programme.
10.4 Starting the programme
Press button Start/Pause to start the
programme. The corresponding red
indicator stops blinking.
The indicator Washing is on to indicate
that the appliance starts operating.
The indicator Drying is on to indicate the
door is locked.
If you have chosen a delayed start with
button Delay Start, the appliance will
begin the countdown.
The door will be locked throughout the
delay time. If you wish to add laundry in
the appliance during the delay time,
press the button Start/Pause to set the
appliance to pause. When the indicator
Door goes off , the door can be opened.
Add the laundry, close the door and
press button Start/Pause again.
Setting the delayed start.
• Set the programme and the required
options.
• Set the delay start.
• Press button Start/Pause: the
appliance starts its hourly countdown.
The programme starts after the
selected delay has expired.
Cancelling the delayed start
• Press button Start/Pause to set the
appliance to PAUSE;
• Press button Delay Start until the
symbol ’ is displayed;
• Press button Start/Pause again to
start the programme.
The set delay can be
changed only after you have
set the washing programme
again.
If you set an incorrect option, the yellow
indicator of button Start/Pause blinks for
3 times. The display shows the message
Err for some seconds.
The Delay Start cannot be set with Drain
programme.
10.5 Starting a programme
with the delay start
10.6 Altering an option or a
running programme
Set this option after you have set the
programme and before you press button
Start/Pause.Before you start the
programme, if you wish to delay the
programme start, press button Delay
Start repeatedly, to set the desired delay.
It is possible to change some options
before the programme operate. Before
you make any change, you must press
Start/Pause button to pause the
appliance.
appears on the display.
The symbol
The wash programme can be delayed
from 30 min. - 60 min. - 90 min., 2 hours
and then by 1 hour up to a maximum of
20 hours.
The set delay time value appears on the
display for about 3 seconds, then the
duration of the programme appears
again.
You can modify or cancel the delay time
at any moment, before you press button
Start/Pause.
Changing a running programme is
possible only by resetting it.
Turn the programme dial to Off and then
to the new programme position.
Press Start/Pause button again to start
the new programme. The washing water
in the tub will not be drained.
10.7 Interrupting a
programme
Press Start/Pause button to interrupt a
programme which is running, the
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corresponding indicator starts flashing.
Press Start/Pause button again to restart
the programme.
10.8 Cancelling a running
programme
Turn the selector dial to Off to cancel a
programme which is running. Now you
can select a new programme.
Before starting the new
programme the appliance
could drain the water. In this
case, make sure that the
detergent is still in the
detergent compartment, if
not fill the detergent again.
10.9 Opening the door
When the appliance is working and
through the delay time, the door is
locked.
If, for any reason, it is necessary to open
it, firstly press button Start/Pause to set
the machine to pause.
If the indicator Door after a few minutes
goes off, the door can be opened.
If the indicator Door stays on and the
door remains locked, this means that the
appliance is already heating or that the
water level is too high. In this case the
door cannot be opened.
If you cannot open the door but you
need to open it, turn the programme dial
to Off to switch the appliance off. After a
few minutes the door can be opened
(pay attention to the water level and
temperature !) .
After closing the door, it is necessary to
set the programme and the options
again. Press button Start/Pause to start
the programme again.
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10.10 At the end of the
programme
The appliance stops automatically. The
indicator of button Start/Pause, the
indicators Washing and Door go off. A
blinking
will appear on the display.
If you have set a programme or an
option that ends with water in the tub,
the indicator Door remains on. The door
is locked. The water must be emptied
out before opening the door. During this
time the drum continues to turn at
regular intervals until water drain.
Follow the below instructions to empty
out the water:
• Turn the programme selector dial to
Off.
• Set the DRAIN or SPIN programme.
• Reduce the spin speed, if needed.
• Press button Start/Pause.
• When the programme has finished
the display shows a blinking . The
indicator Door goes off. The door can
be opened.
Turn the programme selector dial to Off
to switch the appliance off.
Remove the laundry from the drum and
carefully check that the drum is empty. If
you do not intend to carry out another
wash, close the water tap. Leave the
door open to prevent the formation of
mildew and unpleasant smells.
10.11 Stand by
Once the programme has finished, after
a few minutes the energy saving system
will activate. The display will dim. Press
any button to deactivate the Stand By
function.
11. DAILY USE - DRYING ONLY
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
This appliance is an
automatic washer dryer.
11.1 Drying setting
The recommended load size
is 4 kg for cottons and linen,
and 2 kg for synthetic items.
1. Load the laundry one item at a time.
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2. Turn the programme dial to the
programme applicable for the items
to dry (cottons or synthetics).
To have a good drying
performance do not exceed
the maximum drying loads
recommended in the user
manual. Do not set a spin
speed lower than the
automatic speed of the set
programme.
11.2 Timed drying
1. Press the button Drying Time again
and again to set the time value (see
the «Programmes for timed drying»
table).
• Each time you press this button
the time value increases by 5
minutes.
• As the appliance calculates also
the duration of the anti-crease
and the cooling phases, the
programme time will
automatically increase by some
minutes.
2. Press Start/Pause button to start the
programme.
• The display shows regularly a new
time value.
• The indicator
If the laundry is not sufficient dry, set
again a short drying time.
11.3 End of the drying
programme
The appliance stops automatically.
• The acoustic signals operate (if they
are active).
• In the display comes on.
• The indicator of the Start/Pause
button goes off.
• The last minutes of the drying cycle
the appliance performs a cooling and
anti-crease phase. The door is still
locked. The display show a flashing
When the door locked indicator
goes off, you can open the door.
1. Turn the programme knob to Off
position to deactivate the appliance.
After some minutes from the end of the
programme, the energy saving function
automatically deactivates the appliance.
2. Remove the laundry from the
appliance.
Make sure that the drum is empty.
3. Keep the door ajar, to prevent
mildew and odours.
4. Close the water tap.
is on.
If you set only 10 minutes of
drying, the appliance
performs only a cooling
phase.
12. DAILY USE - WASHING & DRYING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
This appliance is an
automatic washer dryer.
12.1 Non-Stop programme
(Automatic washing & drying)
For NON-STOP programme the
recommended load size is 4 kg for
cotton and 2 kg for synthetic.
CAUTION!
Do not use a dosing
device/ball when carrying
out a washing and drying
programme.
1. Load the laundry one item at a time.
2. Put the detergent and the additives
in the appropriate compartment.
3. Turn the programme knob to the
required programme to switch the
machine on.
4. Set the available options.
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To have a good drying
performance do not exceed
the maximum drying loads
recommended in the user
manual. Do not set a spin
speed lower than the
automatic speed of the set
programme.
12.2 Washing & Timed Drying
To have a good drying the appliance
does not let you set a too low spin speed
for the items to be washed and dried.
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For more information see 'At the end of
the drying programme " of the previous
chapter.
1. Turn the selector dial to the position
Off to switch the machine off.
2. Remove the laundry from the
appliance. Make sure that the drum
is empty.
3. Keep the door ajar, to prevent
mildew and odours.
4. Close the water tap.
12.4 Fluff in the fabrics
1. Press the button Drying Time to set
the drying time value.
After some seconds the display shows
the final time value, that is the total
duration of the washing and drying
cycles (washing + drying + anti-crease +
cooling phases).
During the washing and/or drying phase,
some types of fabric, (sponge, sweatshirt)
could release fluff.
If you set only 10 minutes of
drying after washing, the
appliance calculates also the
duration of the anti-crease
and the cooling phases.
2. Press Start/Pause button to start the
programme.
To prevent the fluff in your laundry, we
recommend that you:
The indicator
comes on. The door is
locked. The display shows regularly a
new time value.
12.3 End of the programme
The released fluff could stick to the
fabrics during the next cycle.
This inconvenient increases with
technical fabrics.
• To do not wash dark fabrics after you
washed and dried light coloured
fabrics (new sponge, sweatshirt ) and
the contrary.
• To dry this type of fabrics at open air
when they are washed the first time.
• To clean the drain filter.
• After the drying phase, clean the
empty drum, the gasket and the door
with a wet cloth.
The appliance stops automatically. The
acoustic signals operate (if they are
active).
13. HINTS AND TIPS
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
13.1 The laundry load
• Divide the laundry in: white, coloured,
synthetics, delicates and wool.
• Obey the washing instructions that
are on the laundry care labels.
• Do not wash white and coloured
items together.
• Some coloured items can discolour
with the first wash. We recommend
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•
•
•
that you wash them separately for the
first times.
Button up pillowcases, close zippers,
hooks and poppers. Tie up belts.
Empty the pockets and unfold the
items.
Turn multilayered fabrics, wool and
items with painted illustrations inside
out.
Remove hard stains with a special
detergent.
Wash and pre-treat heavy soil stains
before putting items in drum
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• Be careful with the curtains. Remove
the hooks and put the curtains in a
washing bag or pillowcase.
• Do not wash laundry without hems or
with cuts. Use a washing bag to wash
small and/or delicate items (e.g.
underwired bras, belts, tights, etc. ).
• A very small load can cause balance
problems with the spin phase. If this
occurs, adjust manually the items in
the tub and start the spin phase
again.
13.2 Stubborn stains
For some stains, water and detergent is
not sufficient.
We recommend that you pre-treat these
stains before you put the items in the
appliance.
13.4 Ecological hints
• Set a programme without the
prewash phase to wash laundry with
normal soil.
• Always start a washing programme
with the maximum load of laundry
allowed.
• If necessary, use a stain remover when
you set a programme with a low
temperature.
• To use the correct quantity of
detergent, check the water hardness
of your domestic system. Refer to
"Water hardness".
13.5 Water hardness
Special stain removers are available. Use
the special stain remover that is
applicable to the type of stain and fabric.
If the water hardness in your area is high
or moderate, we recommend that you
use a water softener for washing
machines. In areas where the water
hardness is soft it is not necessary to use
a water softener.
13.3 Detergents and additives
To know the water hardness in your area,
contact your local water authority.
• Only use detergents and additives
specially made for washing machines:
– powder detergents for all types of
fabric,
– powder detergents for delicate
fabrics (40 °C max) and woollens,
– liquid detergents, preferably for
low temperature wash
programmes (60 °C max) for all
types of fabric, or special for
woollens only.
• Do not mix different types of
detergents.
• To help the environment, do not use
more than the correct quantity of
detergent.
• Obey the instructions that you find on
the on packaging of these products.
• Use the correct products for the type
and colour of the fabric, the
programme temperature and the
level of soil.
• If your appliance does not have the
detergent dispenser with the flap
device, add the liquid detergents with
a dosing ball (supplied by the
detergent's manufacturer).
Use the correct quantity of the water
softener. Obey the instructions that you
find on the packaging of the product.
13.6 Drying hints
Prepare the drying cycle
• Open the water tap.
• Check if the drain hose is connected
properly. Refer to installation chapter
for more information.
• For the maximum laundry load of the
drying programmes, refer to the
drying programmes table.
13.7 Items not suitable for
drying
Do not set a drying programme for
this laundry:
• Very delicate items.
• Synthetic curtains.
• Pieces of clothing with metal inserts.
• Nylon stockings.
• Quilts.
• Bed covers.
• Duvets.
• Anoraks.
• Sleeping bags.
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• Fabrics with residue of hair sprays, nail
solvents or similar.
• Garments with foam-rubber or
materials similar to foam-rubber.
13.8 Garment labels
When you dry the laundry, obey the
indications on the labels of the
manufacturers:
•
= The item can be tumble dried
•
= The drying cycle is at high
temperature
•
= The drying cycle is at reduced
temperature
•
= The item can not be tumble
dried.
13.9 Drying cycle duration
The drying time can change depending
on:
• speed of the last spin
• dryness level
• type of laundry
• weight of the load
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13.10 Additional drying
If, at the end of the drying programme,
the laundry is still damp, set a short
drying cycle again.
WARNING!
To avoid creasing and
shrinkage do not overdry
the laundry.
13.11 General Tips
Refer to the «Drying programmes» table
to find the average drying times.
Experience will help you to dry the
laundry better. Take note of the duration
of the cycles done before.
To avoid the static charge at the end of
the drying cycle:
1. Use fabric conditioner in the washing
cycle.
2. Use special fabric conditioner for
tumble dryers.
When the drying programme is
completed remove the laundry promptly.
14. CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
14.1 External cleaning
Clean the appliance with soap and warm
water only. Fully dry all the surfaces.
CAUTION!
Do not use alcohol, solvents
or chemical products.
14.2 Descaling
If the water hardness in your area is high
or moderate, we recommend that you
use a water descaling product for
washing machines.
Regularly examine the drum to prevent
limescale and rust particles.
To remove rust particles use only special
products for washing machines. Do this
separately from the laundry wash.
Always obey the instructions
that you find on the
packaging of the product.
14.3 Maintenance wash
With the low temperature programmes it
is possible that some detergent stays in
the drum. Perform a maintenance wash
regularly. To do this:
• Remove all laundry from the drum.
• Select the cotton programme with the
highest temperature with a small
quantity of detergent.
14.4 Door seal
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Regularly examine the seal and remove
all objects from the inner part.
14.5 Cleaning the detergent dispenser
1.
2.
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MAX
MAX
2
3.
4.
MAX
14.6 Cleaning the drain filter
The pump should be inspected regularly and particularly if:
• The appliance does not empty and/or spin.
• The appliance makes an unusual noise during draining due to objects such as safety
pins, coins etc. blocking the pump.
• A problem with water draining is detected (see chapter “Troubleshooting” for more
details).
WARNING!
Before unscrewing the pump cover, switch the appliance off and remove
the mains plug from the socket.
To clean the drain filter:
WARNING!
When the appliance is in use and depending on the programme selected
there can be hot water in the filter. Never remove the filter cover during a
wash cycle, always wait until the appliance has finished the cycle, and is
empty. When refitting the filter cover, ensure it is securely re-tightened so
as to stop leaks and young children being able to remove it.
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1. Unplug the appliance.
2. If it is necessary, wait until the water has cooled down.
3. Place a container close to the pump to
A B
collect any spillage.
A = Cover filter.
B = Emergency emptying hose.
4. Release the emergency emptying hose,
place it in the container and remove its cap
cover.
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2
5. When no more water comes out, unscrew
the filter cover by turning it anti-clockwise
and remove the filter. Use pliers, if necessary.
Always keep a rag nearby to dry up any water
spillages when removing the cover. Clean the
filter under a tap, to remove any traces of
fluff.
6. Remove foreign bodies and fluff from the
filter seat and from the filter impeller.
7. Check carefully whether the pump impeller
rotates (it rotates jerkily). If it doesn’t rotate,
please contact your Service Centre.
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8. Put the cap back on the emergency
emptying hose and place the latter back in its
seat. Replace the filter into the pump by
inserting it correctly into the special guides.
Screw the filter cover firmly by turning it
clockwise.
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14.7 Cleaning the inlet hose and the valve filter
1.
2.
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2
3
3.
4.
45°
20°
14.8 Frost precautions
If the appliance is installed in an area
where the temperature can be less than
0° C, remove the remaining water from
the inlet hose and the drain pump.
1. Disconnect the mains plug from the
mains socket.
2. Close the water tap.
3. Place the end of the emergency
emptying hose and that of the inlet
hose in a bowl placed on the floor
and let water flow out of the hoses.
4. Set the Drain programme and let it
operate until the end of the cycle.
5. Turn the programme knob to Off to
disconnect the appliance from the
power supply.
6. Screw the water inlet hose back on
and re-fit the emergency emptying
hose after having put the cap on
again.
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WARNING!
Make sure that the
temperature is more than 0
°C before you use the
appliance again.
The manufacturer is not
responsible for damages
caused by low temperatures.
15. TROUBLESHOOTING
•
- The appliance door is open or
not closed correctly. Please check the
door!
15.1 Introduction
•
The appliance does not start or it stops
during operation.
- The mains supply is unstable.
Wait until the mains supply is stable.
•
First try to find a solution to the problem
(refer to the table). If the problem
persists, contact the Authorised Service
Centre.
- No communication between
electronic elements of the appliance.
Switch off and switch on again.
•
- The anti-flood device is on.
Disconnect the appliance and close
the water tap. Contact the Authorised
Service Centre.
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
With some problems, the acoustic
signals operate and the display shows
an alarm code:
•
- The appliance does not fill with
water properly.
•
- The appliance does not drain
the water.
WARNING!
Deactivate the appliance
before you do the checks.
15.2 Possible failures
Problem
Possible solution
The programme does
not start.
• Make sure that the mains plug is connected to the mains
socket.
• Make sure that the appliance door is closed.
• Make sure that there is not a damaged fuse in the fuse box.
• Make sure that the Start/Pause has been pressed.
• If the delay start is set, cancel the setting or wait for the end
of countdown.
• Deactivate the Child Lock function if it is on (if available).
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Problem
Possible solution
The appliance does not
fill with water properly.
• Make sure that the water tap is open.
• Make sure that the pressure of the water supply is not too
low. For this information, contact your local water authority.
• Make sure that the water tap is not clogged.
• This problem may be caused by the filter of the inlet hose
or the valve drain filter which may be clogged. Refer to
“Care and cleaning”. If problem remains please contact the
Authorised Service Centre.
• This problem may be caused by the filter of the inlet hose
or the valve drain filter which may be kinks or bends. Refer
to “Care and cleaning”. If problem remains please contact
the Authorised Service Centre.
The appliance does not
drain the water.
• Make sure that the sink spigot is not clogged.
• Make sure that the drain hose has no kinks or bends.
• This problem may be caused by the clogged drain filter.
Please contact the Authorised Service Centre.
• Make sure that the drain hose is in the correct position. The
hose may be too low.
• Set the drain programme if you set a programme without
drain phase.
• Set the drain programme if you set an option which ends
with water in the tub.
The spin phase does not
operate or the washing
cycle lasts longer than
usually.
• Set the spin programme.
• Make sure that the drain filter is not clogged. Clean the filter, if necessary. Refer to 'Care and cleaning'.
• This problem may be caused by the clogged drain filter.
Please contact the Authorised Service Centre.
• Adjust manually the items in the tub and start the spin
phase again. This problem may be caused by balance problems.
There is water on the
floor.
• Make sure that the couplings of the water hoses are tight
and there is not water leakages.
• Make sure that the drain hose have no damages.
• Make sure you use the correct detergent and the correct
quantity of it.
• Make sure you have replaced the emergency emptying cap
into the filter
• Make sure you have properly screwed the filter in after
cleaning.
You cannot open the appliance door.
• Make sure that the washing programme is finished.
• Set the drain or the spin programme if there is water in the
drum.
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Problem
Possible solution
The appliance makes an
unusual noise.
• Make sure the levelling of the appliance is correct. Refer to
'Installation'.
• Make sure that the packaging and/or the transit bolts are
removed. Refer to 'Installation'.
• Add more laundry in the drum. The load may be too small.
The washing results are
not satisfactory.
• Increase the detergent quantity or use a different detergent.
• Use special products to remove the stubborn stains before
you wash the laundry.
• Make sure that you set the correct temperature.
• Decrease the laundry load.
You cannot set an option.
• Make sure that you press only the wanted button(s).
The machine does not
• Make sure that you have set a suitable drying programme
dry or does not dry propfor your laundry.
erly:
• Make sure that you set the correct the drying time or dryness degree.
• Make sure that the water tap is not turned on.
• the drain filter is not clogged.
• Make sure you have not overloaded the appliance.
The laundry is full of different coloured fluff:
The fabrics washed in the previous cycle released fluff of a different colour.
• Clean the clothes with a fluff remover
• The drying phase helps to eliminate some fluff.
In case of an excessive amount of fluff in the drum, refer to section «FLUFF IN THE FABRICS».
• Thoroughly clean the empty drum, the gasket and the door
with a wet rag.
• Perform a rinse cycle.
• Put a wool or piled fabric rag inside the drum.
• Perform a drying cycle of 10 minutes.
• Remove the old wool cloth.
Now you can wash other garments.
After the check, activate the appliance.
The programme continues from the
point of interruption.
If the problem occurs again, contact the
Authorised Service Centre.
If the display shows other alarm codes.
Deactivate and activate the appliance. If
the problem continues, contact the
Service.
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16. INSTALLATION
16.1 Unpacking
WARNING!
Remove all the packaging and the transit bolts before installing the
appliance.
Use the gloves. Remove the external film. If
necessary, use a cutter.
Remove the cardboard top. Remove the
polystyrene packaging materials.
Remove the internal film.
Open the door. Remove the polystyrene
piece from the door seal and all the items
from the drum.
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Put one of the polystyrene packaging
elements on the floor behind the appliance.
Carefully put down the appliance with the
rear side on it. Make sure not to damage the
hoses.
Remove the polystyrene protection from the
bottom. Pull up the appliance in vertical
position.
1
2
Remove the polystyrene block fitted on the
door seal (if present). Pull out all items from
the drum.
Remove the power supply cable and the
drain hose from the hose holders.
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Remove the three bolts. Use the key supplied
with the appliance. Pull out the plastic
spacers.
Put the plastic caps in the holes. You can find
these caps in the user manual bag.
We recommend that you keep the packaging and the transit bolts for any
movements of the appliance.
16.2 Positioning and levelling
• Install the appliance on a flat hard floor.
• Make sure that air circulation around the
appliance is not impeded by carpets, rugs
etc.
• Level the appliance by raising or lowering
the feet.
• The feet may be tight to adjust as they
incorporate a self locking nut, but the
appliance MUST be level and stable. If
necessary, check the setting with a spirit
level. Any necessary adjustment can be
made with a spanner. Accurate levelling
prevents vibration, noise and
displacement of the appliance during
operation.
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• After having levelled the appliance,
tighten the lock nuts.
WARNING!
Never place cardboard, wood or similar materials under the appliance to
compensate for any unevenness in the floor.
16.3 The inlet hose
• Connect the hose to the back appliance.
Turn the inlet hose only left or right.
• Loose the ring nut to set it in the correct
position.
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• Connect the water inlet hose to the cold
water tap with 3/4" thread.
CAUTION!
Make sure that there are no
leaks from the couplings.
Do not use an extension hose if the inlet hose is too short. Contact the
service centre for the replacement of the inlet hose.
Water drainage
There are different procedures to connect the drain hose:
With the plastic hose guide.
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• Make a U shape with the drain hose.
On the edge of a sink
• Make sure that the plastic guide cannot
move when the appliance drains. Attach
the guide to the water tap or the wall.
To a stand pipe with vent-hole
• Directly into a drain pipe at a height of not
less than 60 cm (23.6”) and not more than
100 cm (39.3”). Refer to the illustration.
• The end of the drain hose must always be
ventilated , i.e. the inner diameter of the
drain pipe (min. 38 mm - min. 1.5”) must
be larger than the external diameter of the
drain hose.
Drain hose end
• If the end of the drain hose looks like this
(see the picture), you can push it directly
into the stand pipe.
Without the plastic hose guide.
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To a sink spigot
• Refer to the illustration. Put the drain hose
in the spigot and tighten it with a clip.
• Make sure that the drain hose makes a
loop to prevent particles going into the
appliance from the sink.
To a wall-pipe
• Directly to a built-in drain pipe in the room
wall and tighten it with a clip.
You can extend the drain hose to maximum 400 cm. Contact the service
centre for the other drain hose and the extension.
16.4 Building in
This appliance has been designed to be built
into the kitchen furniture. The recess should
have the dimensions shown in this picture.
600 mm
min.
596 mm
560 mm
555 mm
min.
830 mm
818 mm
75 mm
60 mm
170 mm
100 mm
Installing anti-tilting device
If the height of the counter is 820 mm or lower, you cannot install the antitilting device.
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Remove the screws of the top cover on the
rear of the appliance and install the antitilting device as shown in the drawing.
Adjust the anti-tilting device so that the
distance from the counter is 10mm. Loosen
the nut counterclockwise with a 3mm wrench.
Adjust the height and turn the nut clockwise
to fix it.
~10mm
16.5 Preparation and assembly of the door
The appliance is originally pre set for the
assembly of a door opening from right to left.
16-22 mm
X
Ø 35 mm
416
mm
22±1,5 mm
14 mm
595-598 mm
Door
The dimensions of the door should be:
• width 595 - 598 mm
• thickness 16-22 mm
• the height X depends on the height of the
adjacent furniture's base.
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Hinges
To mount the hinges it is necessary to drill
two holes (dia. 35 mm, depth12.5-14 mm
depending on the depth of door furniture) on
the inner side of the door.
The distance between the hole fixing centres
must be 416 mm. The distance from upper
edge of the door to the centre of the hole
depends on the adjacent furniture's
dimensions.
The hinges will be fixed to the door by means
of screws for wood 1 and 2 supplied with the
appliance.
2
Mounting the door
WARNING!
Do not remove the screw B.
Fix the hinges to the appliance by means of
the M5x15 screws.
The hinges can be adjusted to compensate
for possible uneven thickness of the door.
To align the door perfectly it is necessary to
loosen the screw, adjust the door and tighten
the screw A again.
A
B
Counter-magnet
A
WARNING!
Do not remove the screw B.
B
The appliance is pre set for a magnetic door
closure. To position the closure correctly, it is
necessary to screw the counter-magnet A
(steel disk + rubber ring) into the inner side of
the door.
Its position must correspond to the magnet B
on the appliance.
C
D
A
C
E
B
WARNING!
Do not remove the screw B.
If the door has to be opened from left to
right, invert the position of the plates E, the
magnet D and the plate C. Mount the
counter-magnet D and the hinges A as
previously described.
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17. TECHNICAL DATA
Dimension
Width/ Height/ Depth/
Total depth
596 mm/ 820 mm/ 544 mm/ 560 mm
Electrical connection
Voltage
Overall power
Fuse
Frequency
230-240 V
2050 W
13 A
50 Hz
Level of protection against ingress of solid particles
and moisture ensured by the protective cover, except where the low voltage equipment has no protection against moisture
IPX4
Water supply pressure
1)
Minimum
Maximum
0,5 bar (0,05 MPa)
8 bar (0,8 MPa)
Maximum wash load
Cotton
7 kg
Maximum dry load
Cotton
Synthetics
4 kg
2 kg
Spin Speed
Maximum
1200 rpm
1) The appliance works correctly if the water pressure is not lower than 0.05 MPa (0.5 bar). If you cannot
connect the water inlet hose to the cold water tap of the primary hydraulic system, connect it to your
domestic cold water storage system. Make sure not to exceed a distance of 5.02 m (16.5 ft) between the
appliance inlet hose and the bottom of the water storage tank.
18. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
Recycle materials with the symbol .
Put the packaging in relevant containers
to recycle it. Help protect the
environment and human health by
recycling waste of electrical and
electronic appliances. Do not dispose of
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appliances marked with the symbol
with the household waste. Return the
product to your local recycling facility or
contact your municipal office.
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