ZANUSSI WJS1197W User Manual
WASHER-DRYER
WJS 1197 W
124976380
INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
Important Safety Information
It is most important that this instruction book should be retained with the appliance for future
reference. Should the appliance be sold or transferred to another owner, or should you move
house and leave the appliance, always ensure that the book is supplied with the appliance in
order that the new owner can get to know the functioning of the appliance and the relevant
warnings.
These warnings have been provided in the interest of safety. You MUST read them carefully
before installing or using the appliance.
Installation
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This appliance is heavy. Care should be taken when
moving it.
It is dangerous to alter the specifications or attempt
to modify this product in any way.
All packing and transit bolts must be removed before
use. Serious damage can occur to the product and to
property if this is not adhered to. See relevant section
in instructions.
Any plumbing work required to install this appliance
should be carried out by a qualified plumber or
competent person.
Any electrical work required to install this appliance
should be carried out by a qualified electrician or
competent person.
Care must be taken to ensure that the appliance does
not stand on the electrical supply cable.
If the machine is situated on a carpeted floor, please
adjust the feet in order to allow air to circulate freely.
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Child Safety
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This appliance is designed to be operated by adults.
Children should not be allowed to tamper with the
controls or play with the product.
Pets and children have been known to climb into
washer-dryers. Please check your drum before use.
The glass door becomes very hot during the washing
and drying cycle. Keep children away from the
vicinity of the appliance whilst it is in operation.
Keep all packaging well away from children.
Keep all detergents in a safe place out of children’s
reach.
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Use
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Always unplug the appliance and turn off the water
supply after use.
Do not overload the appliance. See relevant section
in the instruction book.
Only wash and dry fabrics which are designed to be
machine washed and dried. If in doubt, consult the
care label on the clothes.
Before washing, ensure that all pockets are empty
and buttons and zips are fastened. Avoid washing
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frayed or torn articles and treat stains such as paint,
ink, rust, and grass before washing. Underwired bras
must NOT be machine washed.
Any objects such as coins, safety pins, nails, screws,
stones or any other hard, sharp material can cause
extensive damage and must not be placed into the
machine.
Garments which have been in contact with volatile
petroleum products should not be machine washed.
If volatile cleaning fluids are used, care should be
taken to ensure that the fluid is removed from the
garment before placing in the machine.
Wash small items such as socks, laces, washable
belts etc in a washing bag or pillow case as it is
possible for such items to slip down between the tub
and the inner drum.
Only use the advised quantities of fabric softener.
Damage to the fabric can ensue if you over-fill.
Refer to the manufacturer’s recommendations of
quantities.
As some duvets and eiderdowns should be
washed/dried in large commercial machines because
of their bulk, please check with the manufacturer of
the item before washing in a domestic machine.
The users should always check that they have not
left their gas lighters (disposable or otherwise) in
their clothing.
Never tumble dry items that have had contact with
chemicals such as dry cleaning fluid.These are of a
volatile nature and could cause an explosion.
Only tumble dry items which have been washed in
water or require airing.
Plastic detergent dispensers should not remain in the
drum during the drying cycle, as the plastic used is
not designed to withstand the heat. If you wish to
wash-through-to-dry you should use the conventional
detergent dispenser drawer.
Leave the porthole door slightly ajar between washes
to preserve the door seal.
Under no circumstances should you attempt to repair
the machine yourself. Repairs carried out by
inexperienced persons may cause injury or serious
malfunctioning. Contact your local Zanussi Service
Force Centre. Always insist on genuine Zanussi
spare parts.
Contents
For the User
Important Safety Information
Your New Washer-Dryer
Description of the Appliance
Wash Care Symbols
Maintenance and Cleaning
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Descaling
After each wash
External cleaning
Cleaning the dispenser drawer
Cleaning the drawer recess
Cleaning the filter
The dangers of freezing
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Door locked pilot light
Detergent dispenser drawer
The Control Panel
Operating sequence
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Washing 4.5 kg of white cotton at 95°C
Load the laundry
Measure out the detergent
Measure out the fabric softener
Select the required options
Select the required programme
Start the machine
At the end of the programme
Washing 2 kg of mixed fabrics at 40°C
Load the laundry
Measure out the detergent
Measure out the fabric softener
Select the required options
Select the required programme
Start the machine
At the end of the programme
Drying 2.25 kg of cotton
Load the laundry
Select the programme
Select the required time
Start the machine
At the end of the programme
Autodrying 1 kg of mixed fabrics
Load the laundry
Measure out the detergent and fabric softener
Select the required programme
Select the required option
Select the required time
Start the machine
At the end of the programme
Washing and Drying Hints
Which detergent to use?....
And in which form?
Washing and Drying Programmes
Something Not Working
Service and Spare Parts
Guarantee Conditions
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For the Installer
Installation Instructions
Technical Specifications
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Unpacking
Positioning
Water inlet
Water drainage
Levelling
Special conditions
In the interest of the environment
Electrical connection
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Guide to use the Instruction Book
The following symbols will be found in the text to guide you throughout the instructions:
Safety instructions
i Hints and tips
Environmental information
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i Your New Washer-Dryer
Your new washer-dryer, fitted with the Zanussi “JET SYSTEM”, meets all modern requirements
for effective treatment of laundry with low water, energy and detergent consumption.
Even small loads are washed “economically” because the amount of water used is regulated
automatically according to the load and type of fabric.
It is gentle with your laundry, simple to use and easy to care for.
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Programme and temperature setting using the
programme selector.
The special wool programme with its new delicate
wash system treats your woollens with extreme care.
The anti-unbalance device ensures that the
machine remains stable when spinning.
Automatic cooling of the wash water to 60°C
before draining, with the 95°C programme. This
reduces thermal shock to fabrics, helping to prevent
creasing.
The two drying programmes will give your wash
that soft, relaxed feel whatever the weather.
In the interest
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Ecological hints
To save water and energy and help protect the
environment, we recommend that you follow these
hints:
■ Adjust the quantity of detergent according to the
hardness of your water supply, the amount of
laundry and the degree of soiling.
■ Select a “Quick” programme for lightly soiled
laundry.
■ A programme without prewash is sufficient for
normally soiled laundry.
■ Try to load the maximum drying capacity of the
machine as small loads are uneconomical.
■ Always load well spun laundry. The higher the spin
speed, the lower the electricity consumption and the
shorter the drying times.
Materials marked with the symbol
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recyclable.
Check with your local Council or Environmental
Health Office to see if there are facilities in your area
for re-cycling this appliance.
When the appliance is to be scrapped, cut off the
power supply cable and make the door lock device
unusable to prevent young children from being
trapped inside.
Help to keep your country tidy - use authorised
disposal sites for your old appliance.
How do we help to protect the environment?
We use recycled paper!
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Description of the Appliance
1 Detergent dispenser drawer
2 Programme guide
3 Drying indicator light
4 Drying time selector dial
5 “Option” buttons
6 “ON/OFF” button
7 “Mains-on” light
8 Programme selector dial
9 Door locked pilot light
10 Door opening handle
11 Filter
12 Adjustable feet
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Door locked pilot light
The door stays locked throughout the wash & drying
cycle. Locking is indicated by a pilot light located next
to the door handle. The door cannot be opened until the
pilot light has gone out.
Detergent dispenser drawer
Prewash
Main wash
Fabric softener
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The Control Panel
PREWASH
H - 1050 rpm
Drying
Quantity
Store dry
Iron dry
2.25 kg
80'- 90'
50'- 60'
MAIN WASH
L - 900 rpm
1.5 kg
70'- 80'
1.5 kg
50'- 60'
30'- 40'
1 kg
50'- 60'
SOFTENERS
Extra prewash
Whites
Fast coloureds
Non fast coloureds
Hand rinses
Long spin 1050
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Mixed fabrics
Worn once
Extra care wool
Delicates
Hand rinses
Short spin 650
Drain
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1 2 5 0
E X C E L
650 rpm
R INS E
QUICK
WASH
RINSE HOLD
PLUS
S E NS OR
ON-OFF
INJE C TION
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1 Drying indicator light
5 Rinse Hold Plus button
This light illuminates when the machine is drying.
Press this button to make the machine stop with water in
the drum after the cotton, synthetic or delicate wash
cycles.
This prevents any creasing which may occur if the
clothes are left damp in the drum. When it is convenient
for you to empty the machine, simply press this button
again so that the machine can proceed to drain and spin,
or turn the dial to the drain programme “R”.
If this button is not activated, the washing programmes
will end with a spin.
2 Drying time selector dial
Graduated up to 120 mins for cottons and synthetics, this
dial allows you to select the desired drying time
according to the type and quantity of laundry and the
required degree of dryness:
- Blue sector for cottons
- Green sector for synthetics
Turn the dial clockwise only.
Important!
This button is not compatible with the automatic
washing & drying programme.
Cooling phase
To allow the laundry to cool down, a cooling phase starts
automatically 10 minutes before the end of drying and
this phase must in no circumstances be reduced or
interrupted.
6 ON/OFF button
By depressing this button the machine starts operating.
When depressed again, the machine stops.
3 Spin speed reduction button
7 Mains-on light
By depressing this button the spin speed is reduced as
follows:
- cotton & linen: from 1050 rpm to 650 rpm;
- synthetics & delicates: from 650 rpm to 450 rpm;
- wool: from 1000 rpm to 650 rpm.
This light will illuminate when the machine starts
working and goes out when the ON/OFF button is
depressed again to switch the machine off.
8 Programme selector dial
Important!
In order to save energy and to avoid too long drying
times we suggest not to reduce the spin speed when you
wash and dry automatically.
With the programme selector dial you choose the
desired washing and drying programme.
Turn it clockwise.
Depress the dial to pop it out.
Before setting the dial to any position the machine must
be switched off by depressing the ON/OFF button.
4 Quick wash button
By depressing this button on programmes B, C, D and J
the wash time is reduced.
This is suitable only for garments which are lightly
soiled.
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Operating Sequence
Before the first wash, we recommend that you run a
cotton cycle at 60°C, without any laundry in the
machine, to remove any manufacturing residue from the
drum and tub.
Pour 1/2 a measure of detergent into the dispenser
drawer and start the machine.
WASHING 4.5 KG OF WHITE COTTON AT 95°C
Suppose you have 4.5 kg of normally dirty laundry to
wash. It is white cotton and is suitable for high
temperature washing.
1. Load the laundry
Open the door by pulling the catch outward.
Place the laundry in the drum, one item at a time,
shaking them out as much as possible. Close the door.
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2. Measure out the detergent
Pull out the dispenser drawer until it stops.
Measure out the amount of detergent required and pour
it into the main wash compartment .
If you wish to carry out the prewash, pour detergent into
the compartment marked .
Detergent quantities
As the Jetsystem is flexible and adjusts water intake
according to wash load size it is not possible to give you
exact recommandations as to the amount of detergent
that should be used for any one wash.
Therefore we recommend that you use approximately
1/3 less than the detergent manufacturer recommends on
the packet or bottle, making the appropriate allowances
for soft or hard water, and light or heavy soilage of
clothes. If you have judged the amount correctly you
should expect to see a soft sudsy liquid during the wash.
It is not necessary to have a head of lather on the water.
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3. Measure out the fabric
softener
If required, pour fabric softener into the compartment
marked
(the amount used must not exceed the
“MAX” mark in the drawer).
Close the drawer gently.
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4. Select the required option(s)
Depress SPIN REDUCTION, QUICK WASH and/or
RINSE HOLD PLUS button, if necessary.
650 rpm
QUICK
WASH
RINSE HOLD
PLUS
5. Select the required programme
Turn the programme selector dial clockwise to the
programme A or B.
B
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6. Start the machine
Before starting up the machine check that:
■ the appliance is plugged in
■ the water supply taps are turned on
■ the drain hose is correctly and securely positioned
■ the door and the detergent dispenser drawer are
closed.
Depress the ON/OFF button: the mains-on light and
door locked light will illuminate and the machine starts
operating.
ON/OFF
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7. At the end of the programme
The machine stops automatically.
If you have depressed the RINSE HOLD PLUS button,
the machine will stop with the water of the last rinse left
in the tub, to prevent the fabric from creasing. To drain
the water and spin, release the same button. To drain
only, select programme “R”.
The door is controlled by a safety device which releases
2 minutes after the end of the programme.
The door can only be opened when the door locked
light is off.
Switch the machine off by depressing the ON/OFF
button again. The mains-on light goes out.
When the programme has finished you are advised to
unplug the appliance and turn off the water taps.
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WASHING 2 KG OF MIXED FABRICS AT 50°C
Suppose you have 2 kg of mixed fabrics to wash. They
are rather delicate fabrics and should not be washed at a
high temperature.
1. Load the laundry
Open the door by pulling the catch outward.
Place the laundry in the drum, one item at a time,
shaking them out as much as possible. Close the door.
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2. Measure out the detergent
Pull out the dispenser drawer until it stops.
Measure out the amount of detergent required and pour
it into the main wash compartment .
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3. Measure out the fabric
softener
If required, pour fabric softener into the compartment
marked
(the amount used must not exceed the “MAX”
mark in the drawer).
Close the drawer gently.
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4. Select the required option(s)
Depress SPIN REDUCTION, QUICK WASH and/or
RINSE HOLD PLUS button, if required.
650 rpm
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QUICK
WASH
RINSE HOLD
PLUS
5. Select the required programme
Turn the programme selector dial clockwise to the
programme J.
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6. Start the machine
Before starting up the machine check that:
■ the appliance is plugged in
■ the water supply taps are turned on
■ the drain hose is correctly and securely positioned
■ the door and the detergent dispenser drawer are
closed.
Depress the ON/OFF button: the mains-on light and
door locked light will illuminate and the machine starts
operating.
ON/OFF
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7. At the end of the programme
The machine stops automatically.
If you have depressed the RINSE HOLD PLUS button,
the machine will stop with the water of the last rinse left
in the tub, to prevent the fabric from creasing. To drain
the water and spin, release the same button. To drain
only, select programme “R”.
The door is controlled by a safety device which releases
2 minutes after the end of the programme.
The door can only be opened when the door locked
light is off.
Switch the machine off by depressing the ON/OFF
button again. The mains-on light goes out.
When the programme has finished you are advised to
unplug the appliance and turn off the water taps.
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DRYING 2.25 KG OF COTTON
You have for example just machine-washed and spun at
1050 rpm 4.5 kg (10 lb) of laundry.
They are cotton fabrics of medium weight which you
want to iron as soon as they are dry.
Switch off the machine.
Then remove the laundry from the appliance and divide
the items to obtain two loads of approx. 2.25 kg (5 lb)
each.
1. Load the laundry
Open the door by pulling the catch outward.
Load the items one at a time and close the door.
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2. Select the programme
Turn the programme selector dial clockwise to
programme H.
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3. Select the required time
Following indications given in the programme chart on
page 17, turn the time selector dial clockwise to the 50
mins setting in the blue sector.
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4. Start the machine
Depress the ON/OFF button, the mains-on light, door
locked light and drying light will illuminate and the
machine starts operating.
ON/OFF
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5. At the end of the programme
The machine stops automatically and the drying light
goes out.
The door is controlled by a safety device which releases
2 minutes after the end of the programme.
The door can be opened after the door locked light has
gone out.
Switch the machine off by depressing the ON/OFF
button again, the mains-on light goes out.
If the laundry is still too damp, select a further brief
drying time, bearing in mind that during the last 10
minutes the appliance carries out a cooling and
anticrease phase.
When the programme has finished you are advised to
unplug the appliance and turn off the water taps.
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AUTODRYING 1 KG OF MIXED FABRICS
You intend to wash and dry automatically 1 kg (2.2 lb)
of mixed fabrics which do not need ironing.
Proceed as follows:
1. Load the laundry
Open the door by pulling the catch outward.
Load the items one at a time and close the door.
2. Measure out the detergent
and fabric softener
Pull out the dispenser drawer until it stops.
Measure out the amount of detergent required and pour
it into the main wash compartment .
If required, pour fabric softener into the compartment
marked
(the amount used must not exceed the “MAX”
mark in the drawer).
Close the drawer gently.
3. Select the programme
Turn the programme selector dial clockwise to
programme J.
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4. Select the required option
Depress QUICK WASH button, if required.
650 rpm
QUICK
WASH
RINSE HOLD
PLUS
5. Select the required time
Following indications given in the programme chart on
page 18, turn the time selector dial clockwise to the 60
mins setting in the green sector.
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6. Start the machine
Depress the ON/OFF button: the mains-on light and
door locked light come on and the machine starts
operating.
ON/OFF
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7. At the end of the programme
The machine stops automatically and the drying
light goes out.
The door is controlled by a safety device which releases
2 minutes after the end of the programme.
The door can be opened after the door locked light has
gone out.
Switch the machine off by depressing the ON/OFF
button again, the mains-on light goes out.
If the laundry is still too damp, select a further brief
drying time, bearing in mind that during the last 10
minutes the appliance carries out a cooling and
anticrease phase.
When the programme has finished you are advised to
unplug the appliance and turn off the water taps.
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i Washing and Drying Hints
Do NOT overload the machine. Weigh the laundry the
first few times you use the appliance.
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The average weights of the most common items are
listed below as a guide:
1000g = 1 kg
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Sheet
700-1000 g
Pillow case
100-200 g
Tablecloth
400-500 g
Serviette
50-100 g
Tea towel
70-120 g
Linen hand towel
100-150 g
Towelling hand towel
150-250 g
Towelling bath towel
700-1000 g
Bath robe
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1000-1500 g
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Man’s shirt
200-300 g
Apron
150-200 g
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Load the laundry loosely alternating large items with
small ones.
Sort the laundry according to the type of fabric,
colour-fastness and how dirty it is.
Avoid washing unhemmed or torn items as they may
unravel.
Before washing, empty all pockets of small objects
which may have been left inside (coins, keys, screws
etc). as these could damage the drain pump.
When washing curtains, remove the hooks.
Close poppers and zips and fasten loose buttons.
It is essential to wash new coloured items separately
when washing for the first time.
When washing fabrics requiring different wash
temperatures together, always select the lowest
temperature.
White items should not be washed with coloured
items.
Very small items (handkerchiefs, ribbons, socks etc)
should be washed in a washing bag or a pillow case.
Use a good quality detergent suitable for automatic
washing machines.
Use the correct quantities of detergent.
For wool, use gentle detergent only in small
quantities.
Bleach is very corrosive; it should be used with care
and kept out of reach of children.
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Some stains such as fruit, wine, grass, rust etc. are
difficult to remove and should be treated before
washing with specific products, which can be found
in most household shops. In some cases it may help
to soak the stain before washing with a special presoak product or biological detergent.
Only wool marked “Pure New Wool - washable,
preshrunk” can be washed in the machine using the
wool programme; other types of wool should be
washed by hand or dry cleaned.
If you have used the machine to wash, rinse or spin
only non-colour fast garments, there may be dye left
in the sump. To ensure any subsequent wash is not
contaminated with the dye, select and carry out a
rinse and spin programme, without any garments, to
ensure that any dye is removed from the sump.
Do not leave the damp laundry load in a heap too
long before drying.
Avoid drying dark clothes with light coloured fluffy
items such as towels as these can attract the fluff.
If you overdry the laundry, besides wasting energy,
any subsequent ironing may become more difficult
because the fabric could be heavily crumpled.
Remove the laundry when the appliance has finished
drying.
To avoid a static charge when drying is completed,
use either a fabric softener when you are washing the
laundry or a fabric conditioner specifically for
tumble dryers.
Particularly delicate items such as synthetic curtains,
woollen and silk, garments with metal inserts, nylon
stockings, bulky garments such as anoraks,
bedcovers, quilts, sleeping bags and duvets must not
be machine dried.
Garments padded with foam-rubber or materials
similar to foam-rubber must not be machine dried;
they represent a fire hazard.
Also, fabrics containing residues of setting lotions or
hair sprays, nail solvents or similar solutions must
not be machine dried in order to avoid the formation
of harmful vapours.
For drying, follow the indications given on the
manufacturer’s labels.
Drying at high temperature
Drying at reduced temperature
Do not tumble dry
Important:
As a dryer, the machine works on the condensation
principle.
Therefore, the water taps must be open and the
drain hose must drain water into a sink or into
the drain pipe, even during the drying cycle.
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Which detergent?....
And in which form?
To ensure you obtain the best wash results from your
appliance, it is important to use the right detergent in
your everyday wash, and only detergents recommended
for use in automatic machines.
To maintain the appearance of your clothes and
household textiles and to make them last longer you
should use different types of detergent for different
washes, whether for whites, colours or delicates.
Not only are there different types of detergent, but they
are also available in different forms. Whether you chose
a powder or liquid in traditional or compact form is to
own personal choice.
TRADITIONAL POWDERS
Pour the powder directly into the dispenser drawer. Do
not sprinkle powder onto clothes in the machine drum.
TRADITIONAL LIQUIDS
WHITES
Liquid can be placed in the main wash compartment of
the detergent drawer marked with the symbol
, start
the machine immediately upon placing the detergent in
the dispenser drawer.
Alternatively the detergent is measured into the
specially designed dosing device* which should be
placed on top of the laundry, and at the back of the
machine drum.
We recommend the Ariel product
range which is biological and
designed to provide excellent
cleaning and stain removal even
at low temperatures.
NON BIOLOGICAL
If you prefer to use a non
biological detergent, which does
not contain enzymes we
recommend Fairy. Fairy provides
good cleaning and stain removal.
COMPACT POWDERS AND LIQUIDS
Compact detergents (or concentrates as they are also
known) are available in liquid or powder form, and
generally require a smaller dosage. Follow the
manufacturer’s instructions to ensure the most
economical usage. Pour the detergent directly into the
dispenser drawer, or alternatively measure the detergent
into the specially designed dosing device* which should
be placed on top of the laundry, and at the back of the
machine drum.
COLOUREDS
For coloured items you should use a
detergent which is designed to clean
while maintaining the original colour.
Ariel Color does not contain bleach
and therefore helps to preserve
colours.
* If you use a dosing device in a washer dryer,
please ensure the dosing device/ball is removed
before carrying out a drying programme.
DELICATE ITEMS
FABRIC CONDITIONERS
When washing delicates such as
woollens, you should use a product
which is specially designed to care for
fine fabrics.
Dreft Automatic is suitable for
woollens and other delicates.
These are ideal for improving ‘softness’, and also
reduce static cling on synthetics and make ironing
easier. They are available in two types:
For example Lenor liquid fabric
softener, for use in the washing
machine/washer dryer. The
liquid fabric softener should be
poured into the compartment
marked with the symbol .
Follow the manufacturer’s dosage
instructions and never exceed the
MAX level.
LAUNDRY BLEACH
For additional stain removal you may
wish to use a product such as Ace
Gentle Bleach which is used in addition
to your chosen detergent. Ace is
suitable for all washable fabrics
including silks, woollens and coloureds.
Bounce conditioning sheets for use
in a tumble dryer. We recommend
the conditioning sheets are pinned
(using a safety pin) to an article
of laundry and placed in the
tumble dryer.
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Washing and Drying Programmes
Programmes for cotton and linen
WASHING
Wash programme
Degree of soil
and type of laundry
Programme
dial position
Description
Possible
options
Max. Progr.
time
load mins.
EXTRA
PREWASH
For heavy soiled cotton
items (whites and
coloureds).
A
Prewash at 40 °C
Short spin at 650 rpm
4.5 kg
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WHITES
White cotton, for
example normally soiled
work garments, sheets,
household linen,
underwear, towels.
B
Wash at 95 °C
3 rinses
Long spin
4.5 kg
115
C(*)
Wash at 60 °C
3 rinses
Long spin
4.5 kg
110
Non fast coloured
NON- FAST cotton or linen fabrics,
COLOUREDS shirts, blouses,
underwear.
D
Wash at 40 °C
3 rinses
Long spin
4.5 kg
90
HAND
RINSES
Separate rinse cycle for
hand washed garments
F
3 rinses
Long spin
4.5 kg
45
LONG SPIN 1050
Separate spin for
cotton and linen items
G
Long spin
4.5 kg
10
Fast coloured cotton or
FAST
linen fabrics, shirts,
COLOUREDS
underwear, towels.
(*) This programme at 60°C is the reference programme for the Energy label according to EEC Directive 92/75.
Water filling: 30°-40° programmes: cold water filling
50°-60°-95° programmes: hot and cold filling
The programme times are intended as a guide only. The actual time will vary depending on incoming water
temperature and pressure.
DRYING: (at full heat)
Programme
Fabric type
H
Cotton and linen
spun at 1050 rpm
Max. load
2.25 kg (**)
01.5 kg
2.25 kg
1.5 kg
Degree of dryness
Store dry (**)
Iron dry
(**) Reference programme for the Energy label according to the EEC Directive 92/75.
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Drying time
(blue sector)
80-90 mins
50-60 mins
50-60 mins
30-40 mins
Washing and Drying Programmes
Programmes for synthetics, mixed fabrics, delicates and wool
WASHING
Max.
load
Progr.
time
mins.
Prewash at 40 °C
Short spin at 650 rpm
2 kg
15
J
Wash at 50 °C
3 rinses
Short spin
2 kg
75
K
Wash at 30 °C
3 rinses
Short spin
2 kg
40
Specially tested
EXTRA CARE programme for wool
garments bearing the
WOOL
“Pure new wool, nonshrink, machine
washable” label.
M
Wash at 40 °C
3 rinses
Short spin
1 kg
60
Delicate fabrics, for
example curtains
N
Wash at 40 °C
3 rinses
Short spin
2 kg
50
Separate rinse cycle for
hand washed garments
P
3 rinses
Short spin
2 kg
25
Separate spin for
synthetics, mixed
fabrics, delicates and
wool
Q
Draining of water
and short spin
2 kg
1 kg
for wool
5
For emptying out the
last rinse water of these
programmes
R
Draining of water
-
1
Wash programme
EXTRA
PREWASH
MIXED
FABRICS
30°
WORN ONCE
DELICATES
HAND RINSES
SHORT SPIN 650
DRAIN
Degree of soil
and type of laundry
Programme
dial position
Heavy soiled synthetics
or mixed fabrics, not
wool
A
Synthetic or mixed
fabrics, underwear,
coloured garments,
non-shrink shirts,
blouses.
Lightly soiled synthetic
or delicate items
Description
Possible
options
DRYING: (at half heat)
Programme
Fabric type
L
Synthetics, mixed
fabrics
spun at 900 rpm
Max. load
Degree of dryness
Drying time
(green sector)
1.5 kg
1 kg
Store dry
70-80 mins
50-60 mins
1.5 kg
1 kg
Iron dry
50-60 mins
40-50 mins
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Wash Care Symbols
Wash care labels inside garments recommend how to launder your clothes with the best results. The care labelling
code is in line with care labelling used in the rest of Europe. The symbols used make it easy to select the correct
programme on your washing machine.
WASHING SYMBOL
WASH ACTION
95
Normal (Maximum)
White Cotton or Linen
without Special Finishes
60
Normal (Maximum)
Cotton, Linen or Viscose
without Special Finishes
Colourfast at 60°C.
50
Reduced (Medium)
40
Normal (Maximum)
40
Reduced (Medium)
40
Much Reduced (Minimum)
Hand wash only
FABRIC
Nylon, Polyester/Cotton, Viscose
with Special Finishes,
Cotton/Acrylic Mix.
Cotton, Linen or Viscose
Colourfast at 40°C but not 60°C.
Acrylics, Acetate, Triacetate, Wool
mixes, Polyester/wool blends.
Wool, wool mixtures, Silks
Do not machine wash
BLEACHING
Chlorine bleach may be used
IRONING
Hot iron
Cotten, Linen, Viscose
Warm iron
Polyester mixtures, Wool
Cool iron
Acrylic, Nylon, Polyester
DRY CLEANING
P
May be dry cleaned. Other letters and/or a bar beneath the circle will
indicate the required process to the dry cleaner.
TUMBLE DRYING
May be tumble dried
with high heat setting
with low heat setting
X
A cross through any symbol means «DO NOT»
Important Notes
For best results, always use the dispenser drawer for
dispensing detergents and liquid additives.
Once the dispenser has been filled, close it by pushing it
in gently. This is particularly important if you are using
fabric conditioner to avoid the conditioner entering the
machine prematurely.
When using liquid detergent and a prewash programme,
place the detergent into the correct compartment in the
dispenser drawer, after the prewash has finished.
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Maintenance and Cleaning
Before any maintenance or cleaning is carried out you
must DISCONNECT the appliance from the electricity
supply.
Descaling
The water we use normally contains lime. It is a good
idea to periodically use a water softening powder in the
machine. Do this separately from any laundry washing,
and according to the softening powder manufacturer's
instructions. This will help to prevent the formation of
lime deposits.
After each wash
Leave the door open for a while. This helps to prevent
mould and stagnant smells forming inside the appliance.
Keeping the door open after a wash will also help to
preserve the door seal.
External cleaning
Clean the exterior cabinet of the appliance with soap
and water only, and then dry thoroughly.
Cleaning the dispenser drawer
From time to time the washing powder and additive
dispenser drawer should be cleaned.
Remove the drawer by pressing the catch downwards
and by pulling it out. Flush it out under a tap, to remove
any traces of accumulated powder.
Cleaning the drawer recess
P0224
Having removed the drawer, use a small brush to clean
the recess, ensuring that all washing powder residue is
removed from the upper and lower part of the recess.
Replace the drawer and run the rinse programme for a
few minutes without any clothes in the drum.
P0038
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P0225
Cleaning the filter
The water drain filter
A clean filter is important for the correct functioning of
the machine, and should therefore be cleaned after every
washing programme.
Open the filter door and place a container underneath to
catch any spillage. If the filter is blocked and the
machine is unable to drain you will need to drain the
water manually from the machine at this stage. To do
this, unhook the drain hose from the standpipe or sink
and hold the end of the hose over a bowl on the floor.
The water should drain by gravity into the bowl. When
the bowl is full, hook the hose back up and empty the
bowl. Repeat the procedure until water stops flowing
out.
Unscrew and remove the filter.
Clean carefully under a fast running tap.
P0011
P0132
P0133
P0040
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 during a wash cycle, always
wait until the appliance has finished the cycle, and is
empty. When replacing the filter, ensure it is securely
retightened so as to stop leaks and young children being
able to remove it.
The water inlet filters
If your water is very hard or contains traces of lime
deposit, the water inlet filters may become clogged.
It is therefore a good idea to clean them from time to
time.
Turn off the water taps. Unscrew the water inlet hoses.
Remove and clean the filters using a hard bristle brush.
Replace the filters and tighten up the inlet hoses.
P0041
The dangers of freezing
If the machine is exposed to temperatures below 0°C,
certain precautions should be taken.
■ Turn off the water taps.
■ Unscrew the inlet hoses.
■ Unhook the drain hose from the rear support and
position the end of this hose and that of the inlet
hoses in a bowl. Run the draining programme.
■ Disconnect the appliance.
■ Screw the inlet hoses and reposition the drain hose.
■ When you intend to start the machine up again,
make sure that the room temperature is above 0°C.
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Something Not Working
Certain problems are due to lack of simple maintenance or oversights, which can be solved easily without calling out
an engineer. Before contacting your local Zanussi Service Force Centre, please carry out the checks listed below.
IMPORTANT: if you call out an engineer to a fault listed below, or to repair a fault caused by incorrect use or
installation, a charge will be made even if the appliance is under guarantee.
Symptom
Possible causes
The machine does not start
■
■
■
■
■
■
The machine does not fill
■
■
■
■
The machine fills then empties
immediately
■
■
■
The machine does not empty and/or
does not spin
■
■
■
■
■
There is water on the floor
■
■
■
■
■
Unsatisfactory washing results
■
■
■
■
The machine vibrates when spinning
■
■
■
■
■
The door has not been closed.
The plug is not properly inserted in the power socket.
There is no current at the socket
The main fuse or the fuse in the plug has blown.
The selector dial is not correctly positioned.
The ON/OFF button has not been depressed.
Ensure the water taps are open.
The filters in the inlet hoses are blocked.
The inlet hoses may be squashed or kinked.
The door has not been closed.
The end of the drain hose is too low.
The end of the drain hose is submerged in water.
There is no vent in the end of the drain hose.
The drain hose may be squashed or kinked.
The RINSE HOLD PLUS option has been selected.
The drain filter may be blocked.
The drain hose extension is not correct. Follow the instructions for
connecting to the waste.
The drainage system pipes are blocked.
Too much detergent or unsuitable detergent has been used (creates too
much foam).
Check whether there are any leaks from one of the inlet hose(s) fittings.
It is not always easy to see this as the water runs down the hose; check
to see if it is damp.
The drain hose may be damaged or not securely positioned.
The detergent dispenser drawer or recess is clogged.
The drainage system pipes are blocked.
Too little detergent or unsuitable detergent has been used. An
insufficient amount of detergent leaves the laundry looking grey and
causes lime scale to form.
Stubborn stains have not been treated prior to washing
The correct wash programme has not been selected.
Too much laundry has been placed in the drum.
The internal packing has not been removed.
The machine is in contact with the wall or furniture.
The machine is not level.
The washing load is badly distributed in the drum.
Maybe there is very little laundry in the drum.
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Symptom
Possible causes
The door will not open
■
■
■
The programme is still running (the door locked light is on).
The door lock has not yet released.
There is water in tub.
The machine makes an unusual
noise
■
The machine is fitted with a type of motor which makes an unusual
noise compared with other traditional motors. This new motor ensures a
softer start and more even distribution of the laundry in the drum when
spinning, as well as increased stability of the machine.
Spinning starts late or the machine
does not spin
■
No water is visible in the drum
■
The electronic unbalance detection device has cut in because the
laundry is not evenly distributed in the drum. The laundry is
redistributed by reverse rotation of the drum. This may happen several
times before the unbalance disappears and normal spinning can resume.
If, after 10 minutes, the laundry is still not evenly distributed in the
drum, the machine will not spin. In this case, redistribute the load
manually and reselect the spin programme.
Machines based on modern technology operate very economically
using very little water without affecting performance.
The machine does not dry or does
not dry properly
■
■
■
■
■
The drying time has not been selected
The water taps are not turned on
The drain filter is clogged
The machine is overloaded
The selected drying time or sector are not suitable for the laundry
Customer Care
If after the above checks, there is still a fault, call your
local Zanussi Service Force Centre.
For general enquiries concerning your Zanussi appliance
or for further information on Zanussi products, please
contact our Customer Care Department by letter or
telephone as follows:
Service & Spare Parts
If you require an engineer or wish to purchase spare
parts contact your local Zanussi Service Force Centre
by telephoning:
Customer Care Department
Zanussi
Zanussi House
Hambridge Road
Newbury
Berkshire
RG14 5EP
Tel 01635 521313
0990 929929
Your telephone call will be routed to the Service Centre
covering your post code area.
Further information can be found in the accompanying
customer care booklet and also in your telephone
directory under “Z”.
When you call the Service Force Centre please make
sure you give the model and serial number of the
appliance.
This information can be found on the rating plate (see
picture) or on the guarantee card.
Mod.
..........
Ser.
In-guarantee customers should ensure that the
above checks have been made as the engineer will
make a charge if the fault is not a mechanical or
electrical breakdown. Please note that proof of
purchase is required for any in-guarantee service
calls.
Mod. ..........
Prod. No. ...........
P0042
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Ser. No. .........
Peace of Mind for Twelve Months
Standard guarantee conditions
Exclusions
We, Zanussi Limited undertake that if, within 12 months
of the date of the purchase, this Zanussi appliance or
any part thereof is proved to be defective by reason only
of faulty workmanship or materials, we will, at our
option, repair or replace the same FREE OF ANY
CHARGE for labour, materials or carriage on condition
that:
■ The appliance has been correctly installed and used
only on the electricity supply stated on the rating
plate.
■ The appliance has been used for normal domestic
purposes only, and in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
■ The appliance has not been serviced, maintained,
repaired, taken apart or tampered with, by any
person not authorised by us.
All service work under this guarantee must be
undertaken by a Zanussi Service Force Centre.
Any appliance or defective part replaced shall become
the Company’s property.
This guarantee is in addition to your statutory and other
legal rights.
Home visits are made between 8.30am and 5.30pm
Monday to Friday. Visits may be available outside these
hours in which case a premium will be charged.
This guarantee does not cover:
■
■
■
■
Damage or calls resulting from transportation,
improper use or neglect, the replacement of any light
bulbs or removable parts of glass or plastic.
Costs incurred for calls to put right an appliance
which is improperly installed or calls to appliances
outside the United Kingdom.
Appliances found to be in use within a commercial
environment, plus those which are subject to rental
agreements.
Products of Zanussi manufacture which are NOT
marketed by Zanussi Ltd.
European guarantee
If you should move to another country within Europe
then your guarantee moves with you to your new home
subject to the following qualifications:
■ The guarantee starts from the date you first
purchased your product.
■ The guarantee is for the same period and to the same
extent for labour and parts as exists in the new
country of use for this brand or range of products.
■ The guarantee relates to you and cannot be
transferred to another user.
■ Your new home is within the European Community
(EC) or European Free Trade Area.
■ The product is installed and used in accordance with
our instructions and is only used domestically, i.e. a
normal household.
■ The product is installed taking into account
regulations in your new country.
Before you move please contact your nearest Customer
Care Centre, listed below, to give them details of your
new home. They will then ensure that the local Service
Organisation is aware of your move and able to look
after you and your appliances.
France
Senlis
+33 (0)344 62 29 99
Germany
Nurnberg
+49 (0)911 323 2600
Italy
Pordenone
+39 (0)1678 47053
Sweden
Stockholm
+46 (0)8 738 79 50
UK
Newbury
+44 (0)1635 521313
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Installation Instructions
It is dangerous to alter the specifications or
attempt to modify this product in any way.
Care must be taken to ensure that the appliance
does not stand on the electrical supply cable.
Any electrical work required to install this
appliance should be carried out by a qualified
electrician or competent person.
Any plumbing work required to install this
appliance should be carried out by a qualified
plumber or competent person.
Technical Specifications
DIMENSIONS
Height
Width
Depth
POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE
TOTAL POWER ABSORBED
WATER PRESSURE
MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED LOAD
SPIN SPEED
85 cm (33.5”)
60 cm (23.6”)
58 cm (22.8”)
220-240 V/50 Hz
2550 W (13A)
Minimum (hot)
Minimum
Maximum
Washing
Cotton, linen
Synthetics
Delicate fabrics
Wool
Drying
Cotton, linen
Synthetics
0.35 bar (3.5 N/cm2)
0.48 bar (4.8 N/cm2)
07.6 bar (76 N/cm2)
4.5 kg (10 lbs)
2 kg (4.5 lbs)
2 kg (4.5 lbs)
1 kg (2.2 lbs)
2.25 kg (5.0 lbs)
1.50 kg (3.3 lbs)
Maximum
This appliance complies with the following E.E.C. Directives:
- 73/23 EEC of 19.2.73 (Low Voltage Directive) and subsequent modifications;
- 89/336 EEC of 3.5.89 (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive) and subsequent modifications.
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1050 rpm
Unpacking
All transit bolts and packing must be removed
before using the appliance.
You are advised to keep all the packaging for re-use in
case the machine is to be transported again.
Using a spanner unscrew and remove the rear right bolt.
Lay the machine gently on its back, making sure that the
hoses are not squashed.
P0255
Remove the polystyrene block from the bottom of the
machine.
Carefully slide out the right polythene bag (1).
Repeat the operation for the left polythene bag (2).
2
Remove the polystyrene base.
Set the machine upright and remove the two remaining
bolts from the back.
Pull out the three plastic spacers from the holes into
which the bolts were fitted.
Plug the open holes with the plugs which you can find
in the envelope containing the instruction booklet.
P0234
P0233
P0256
P0020
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Positioning
Install the machine on a flat hard floor.
Make sure that air circulation around the machine is not
impeded by carpets, rugs etc. Check that the machine
does not touch the wall or other kitchen units.
Never place cardboard, wood or similar materials under
the machine to compensate for any unevenness in the
floor.
Your new machine has been designed to be permanently
plumbed in to your home’s water supply and drainage
system. However, if this is not possible, it may be
connected to suitable existing taps with the drain hose
discharging into a sink.
The appliance has two inlet hoses, hot and cold, with
female 3/4” BSP thread connectors. If this connection is
not compatible with the plumbing of the existing
installation, a variety of connectors are available from
good hardware stores and plumbers merchants to suit
most domestic plumbing. Any alteration to your existing
plumbing must be carried out by a competent person, or
qualified plumber.
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Water inlet
The inlets on the back of the appliance are colour coded,
blue for cold and red for hot.
Before connecting the hoses be sure to fit the mesh
filters «A» supplied as per diagram.
A
If only a cold water supply is available, connect the two
hoses to a cold water outlet by means of a «Y»
connection piece.
Installation should comply with local water authority
and building regulations’ requirements.
The appliance must be given a separate cold water
supply and not be connected to a mixer tap, a single
outlet water heater or a booster pump. A minimum
water pressure of 0.48 bar is required for safe operation
of the appliance.
P0003
P0021
If you cannot make the cold water connection direct
from the rising mains, you may be able to operate the
appliance from your cold water storage system.
There should be a minimum distance of 5.02m
(161/2 ft) between the appliance’s inlet and the bottom
of the water storage tank.
There will be sufficient pressure for the hot water
supply, providing there is a minimun height of 2.74
metres (9 ft) between the bottom of the cold water
storage tank and the bottom of the hot water cylinder.
Set the hoses correctly by loosening the ring nuts. After
positioning the inlet hoses, be sure to tighten the ring
nuts again to prevent leaks.
Water drainage
This appliance is designed to be permanently plumbed
into your home's water supply and drainage system.
The appliance drain hose should hook into a standpipe,
the hook in the drain hose is formed using the plastic
“U-Piece” supplied.
The standpipe should have an internal diameter of
approximately 38mm (see diagram) thus ensuring there
is an air break between the drain hose and standpipe.
When discharging into a standpipe ensure that the top of
the curve in the hose end is no more than 90cm (35.4'')
and no less than 60cm (23.6'') above floor level. The
upright standpipe should have a minimum length of
30cm (12'') from the bottom of the elbow to the top of
the pipe (see diagram).
Make sure that it is designed in such a way, that the end
of the drain hose cannot be covered with water.
Min. 30 cm.(12")
P1039
P1040
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38 mm.(1/1 2") diameter
standpipe
Min.60 cm.
(23.6")
Max. 90 cm.(35.4")
3 pin
The drain hose may be extended to a maximum of 4
metres. An additional drain hose and joining piece
is available from your local Service Force Centre.
The joining piece must have an internal diameter of
18mm.
If you intend the drain hose to empty into a sink, make
sure that the sink is empty and the plug hole is not
blocked. Use the plastic “U-Piece” supplied.
P0022
Important
Before connecting up the machine to new pipework or
to pipework that has not been used for some time, run
off a reasonable amount of water to flush out any debris
that may have collected in the pipes.
Levelling
Level the washing machine by raising or lowering the
feet. The feet may be tight to adjust as they incorporate
a self locking nut, but the machine MUST be level.
Any necessary adjustment can be made with a spanner.
Accurate levelling prevents vibration, noise and
displacement of the machine during operation.
Some vibration is inevitable, especially if mounted on a
wooden floor.
Sprung wooden floors are particularly susceptible to
vibration. For advice, consult a builder. If possible,
always place the machine on a solid floor.
P0850
Special conditions
If the floor is carpeted or covered with crumbly or soft
material, insert a rigid support base under the feet to
prevent noise, vibration or displacement. The base
should protrude a few centimetres beyond the edges of
the machine.
Warning
The machine should NOT be placed on deep pile
carpeting.
Note
Please ensure that when the appliance is installed it is
easily accessible for the engineer in the event of a
breakdown.
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In the interest of the
environment
Washing machines and dishwashers should be
connected to the FOUL drainage system, the water will
then be taken to a sewage works for treatment before
being discharged safely into a river.
It is essential that these appliances are not connected to
the surface water drainage system as this water is
discharged directly into a river or stream and may cause
pollution.
If you require any further advice please contact your
local authority drainage department.
SHOWER
SINK
TOILET
BATH
WASHING
MACHINE
BIDET
DISHWASHER
RAINWATER
'RUN-OFF'
FOUL DRAIN
SURFACE WATER
DRAINS & SEWERS
UNTREATED
DISCHARGE
FOUL SEWERS
SEWAGE
TREATMENT
WORKS
TREATED
DISCHARGE
RIVER
P0987
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RIVER
Electrical connection
Any electrical work required to install this appliance
should be carried out by a qualified electrician or
competent person.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED.
The manufacturer declines any liability should
this safety measure not be observed.
Before switching on, make sure the electricity supply
voltage is the same as that indicated on the appliance’s
rating plate. The rating plate is located at the top of the
rim of the open door.
The appliance is supplied with a 13amp plug fitted.
In the event of having to change the fuse in the plug
supplied, a 13amp ASTA approved (BS1362) fuse must
be used.
Should the plug need to be replaced for any reason,
proceed as described below.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Green and Yellow
- Earth
Blue
- Neutral
Brown
- Live
The wire coloured green and yellow must be connected
to the terminal marked with the letter «E» or by the
earth symbol
or coloured green and yellow.
The wire coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal «N» or coloured black.
The wire coloured brown must be connected to the
terminal marked «L» or coloured red.
Upon completion there must be no cut, or stray strands
of wire present and the cord clamp must be secure over
the outer sheath.
Mod.
..........
Ser.
Mod. ..........
Prod. No. ...........
Ser. No. .........
P0042
GREEN & YELLOW
13 A
E
N
L
BROWN
BLUE
P1041
WARNING:
A cut off plug inserted into a 13 amp socket is
a serious safety (shock) hazard.
Ensure that the cut off plug is disposed of safely.
Permanent connection
In the case of permanent connection it is necessary that
you install a double pole switch between the appliance
and the electricity supply (mains), with a minimum gap
of 3mm between the switch contacts and of a type
suitable for the required load in compliance with the
current electrical regulations.
The switch must not break the yellow and green earth
cable at any point.
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Z
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