Seiki SC-900AU7FL User manual

Seiki SC-900AU7FL User manual
9KG FRONT
LOAD WASHING
MACHINE
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
MODEL: SC-900AU7FL
Please read this manual carefully before using, and keep it for future reference.
CONTENTS
General Safety4
Product Overview8
Getting Started10
Levelling the appliance11
Connecting the water inlet hose12
Connecting the Drain Hose13
Instructions14
Operations18
Cleaning and Maintenance20
FAQs24
Specifications26
Customer Helpline28
GENERAL SAFETY
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Read this manual thoroughly before you start using the Front Load Washing Machine.
The safety precautions instructions reduces the risk of fire, electric shock and injury when
correctly complied to.
Please follow all instructions and take notice of all warnings.
Pay close attention to messages that follow this safety alert symbol or the words
DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION. These words will be used to alert you of
potential hazards that and injure you and others. Following these instruction will
tell you how to reduce the chance of injury and the possible dangers if
instructions aren’t followed.
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WARNING
This symbol indicates when there is a serious risk of
injury if you do not pay attention to the warnings.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates when to be careful to
avoid a serious risk of injury to oneself or
damage to property.
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Cont.)
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
• Voltage: Plug the appliance to a 220-240V, 50Hz, properly earthed power
outlet, it must be in good working order.
• Power connection: Do not use an adaptor or an extension cord.
Plug the power plug directly into a separate power point that cannot be
accidentally turned off, and that is easily accessible so you can switch it off
if needed.
• Power cord: Do not kink or damage the power supply cord. Make sure it is
behind the appliance so no one can step on or place anything on the power
supply cord or against it. A damaged power plug may overheat and cause a fire.
• Damaged cord: Do not use a cord that shows cracks or damage. Any damage
to the cord may cause a short circuit, fire and/or electric shock.
Contact our support centre on 1300 296 699 for advice
• Disconnection: Never pull the power cord to unplug appliance. Grip the plug and
pull straight out from the power point.
• Electrical work: If the installation of this appliance requires any electrical work,
make sure it is carried out by an electrician.
To reduce risk of fire, electric shock or injury, always follow these basic precautions
and accident prevention measures when using this appliance, including the below:
NOTE: This appliance should be installed by an authorised technician else warranty
will be void.
INSTALLATION
• The product is heavy, be careful when moving it. To avoid back or other
injury, have 2 people lift or mechanical aid when installing.
• When unboxing, thoroughly inspect the appliance carefully for any
damage. If there is any damage, do not install the appliance. Contact our
support centre on 1300 296 699 for advice.
• While installing the appliance make sure that the power cord is not bent
or flattened.
• Make sure to remove all packaging materials such as foams and tapes
before installing the appliance.
• Make sure if the machine is to be placed on carpet that the ventilation openings
in the base are not obstructed
• Install the washing machine on a flat level and stable ground.
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Cont.)
USAGE CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
• Supervision over children is to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance. Never allow them to use, play with or crawl inside the appliance.
Cleaning and maintenance must not be done by children.
• This appliance is not to be used by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they are being supervised or been given instructions on how to use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards with using this
appliance incorrectly.
• Only for indoor domestic use only. It is not to be used for industrial or
commercial use.
• Do not use this product for anything other than its intended purpose, and only
use it as described in this manual. Do not attempt to alter or modify
this appliance.
• In the process of a hot wash, the door window can become hot. Make sure not to
touch it or that no children or pets come into contact with the door window.
• Ensure that emptying all pockets of every item to make sure that there is no
hard, sharp objects such as coins, safety pins, bra wires, nails or screws can cause
damage to the appliance and has a chance to block the pump.
• Damage or malfunction caused from foreign objects is not covered by your
warranty to the appliance.
• Do not operate this appliance outdoors.
• Incorrect use can result in property damage, injury or death. We assume no
liability for misuse of the appliance or noncompliance with these instructions.
• Maximum load of dry clothes is 9kg
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Cont.)
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
• Before cleaning or maintenance, always unplug the appliance from the power
socket. Make sure you pull by the plug, not the cord as this can damage the
power cord and cause a hazard.
• Only the filter requires regular cleaning, everything else is non user-serviceable
parts. Do not try to repair, disassemble or modify the appliance.
• Check and clean the lint filter on a regular basis
• Service: Never try to repair, modify or replace any part of the appliance, unless
this manual says you can do so. All other servicing is to be done by a qualified
technician, or contact our support centre on 1300 296 699 for advice.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW (Cont.)
CONTROL PANEL
1
2
.
On / Off
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3
1.
PROGRAMS: Select desired wash programs suitable for items being washed.
2.
ON/OFF: Press to turn the appliance on or off.
3.
START/PAUSE: Press this button to start or pause the washing cycle.
4.
FUNCTIONS: Press buttons repeatedly to select Delay time/Temperature/
Speed Settings (0-400-800-1200-1400-1600)/etc...
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GETTING STARTED
Before installing your appliance, read all safety instructions in this manual,
especially the sections on electrical safety and installation.
UNPACKING
• When unpacking the appliance, be sure to keep all the packaging materials until
you have made sure your new appliance is undamaged and in good working
order. Plastic can be a suffocation hazard for babies and young children,
make sure the materials are out of their reach.
TRANSPORTATION
• CAUTION: VERY HEAVY! Be sure to team lift the appliance with someone or
mechanical aid is required when moving the appliance. Keep the appliance
upright as possible when moving the appliance.
REMOVE TRANSPORT BOLTS
• IMPORTANT! Make sure before you install the appliance, you must remove the
transit bolts from the back of the appliance and cover the holes with the hole
covers provided. A spanner is required to remove the bolts.
NOTE: Keep the transit bolts for future needs if you are going to move the
appliance again to another location. The bolts hold the drum in place during
transportation but MUST be removed before use so the drum can move during a
wash. Leaving the bolts in can result in strong shock, noise and malfunction.
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GETTING STARTED (Cont.)
LEVELLING THE APPLIANCE
IMPORTANT! Make sure to level the appliance carefully with a spirit level to ensure
the most accurate levelling of the appliance. This is a must if your floor in
unbalanced to level the washing machine.
• Make sure to position the appliance on a level and stable ground. If the
floor is uneven you can adjust the feet by twisting foot then with a spanner
you twist the lock nut to the top to lock it in place.
• By placing a spirit level ontop of the appliance you can check correctly to
aid you in adjusting the feet levelling nuts to adjust the appliance to be
completely level.
INSTALLATION AREA
IMPORTANT! When installing the appliance the spacing on the side and behind
the appliance must not be less the 20mm to allow proper ventillation.
Note: Make sure to avoid direct sunlight onto the appliance.
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GETTING STARTED (Cont.)
CONNECTING THE WATER INLET HOSE
IMPORTANT! To prevent leakage or water damage please follow the below
instructions. Do not kink, crush, modify or sever the water inlet hose.
Minimum Inlet Water Pressure: 0.05MPa/Maximum Inlet Water Pressure: 1MPa
Be sure to only use new hose sets when connecting the washing machine. Do not
re-use old hoses.
• Connect the inlet pipe as indicated, there are two ways of connecting
the inlet pipe.
1. Connection between the Tap and inlet hose.
2. Connection between the screw tap and inlet hose.
Connect the other end of the inlet pipe to the inlet valve on the back of the
appliance and fasten the pipe tightly clockwise.
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GETTING STARTED (Cont.)
CONNECTING THE DRAIN HOSE
Do not kink or protract the drain hose. Position the drain hose correctly otherwise
damage will result in water leakage.
There are two ways to place the end of drain hose:
1. Put it through the water trough.
2. Connect it to the branch drain pipe.
When installing the drain hose into the laundry sink, make sure it is properly
fitted with rope to hold it in place. If the hose is too long, do not try to push the
end were it comes from the appliance in to shorten length, this can damage it.
WARNING
• Make sure that the hose is not higher then 120cm above the ground, otherwise
appliance will not drain the water well.
• Never lay down the drain hose otherwise water will pour out.
• Make sure the hose has no kinks so it can drain properly.
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INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE FIRST USE
• Before any first wash make sure everything is installed correctly. Make sure to
do one wash with no items inside to clean out the tube before your first
loaded wash.
After the above steps have been completed, In a few simple steps shown below
you can select the type of wash you want and get started.
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INSTRUCTIONS (Cont.)
• Make sure that the appliance is in a correct working temperature (0-40˚C).
If the appliance is used under 0˚C the inlet valve and draining system may
be damaged.
• Make sure that all labels are checked on items if they can be washed.
• Use non-foaming or less-foaming detergents which are more suitable for
washing machines to wash correctly.
WARNING
• Never use the washing machine to wash a single item at any given time, if you
need to urgently wash an item, we suggest placing a few clothing items in there.
• Make sure that all labels are checked on items if they can be washed.
• Use non-foaming or less-foaming detergents which are more suitable for
washing machines to wash correctly.
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INSTRUCTIONS (Cont.)
WASH CARE SYMBOLS
When choosing a wash program, check for any labels on your clothes and follow
the instructions. below are some commonly used symbols.
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INSTRUCTIONS (Cont.)
DETERGENT DISPENSER
Only use low-subsiding detergents and clothing care preparations that are for use
in a front load washing machine.
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OPERATIONS
PROGRAMS
Select the desired programs according to the clothes that are being washed.
PROGRAMS
Cotton
Hard-wearing textiles, heat-resistant textiles made of
cotton or linen.
Synthetic
Wash synthetic articles such as shirts, coats, etc...
While washing knitting textiles, detergent quantity
should be reduced as it can easily form bubbles.
Daily Wash
It is suitable for washing few clothes and not very dirty
clothes quickly.
Cotton Eco
To increase the washing effects, washing time is also
increased.
Ends in 3h, 6h or 9h
The function can be set with any program which will
delay when the washing commences.
Delicate
For delicate washable textiles (made of silk, satin,
synthetic fibres or blended fabrics).
Drum Clean
This Program is to be only used to clean out the drum.
NO ITEMS are to be inside when this is to be used, its
only to be used for cleaning the drum at a high
temperature for pure sterilization of the drum.
Spin Only
Extra spin with selectable spin speeds.
Rinse & Spin
Extra rinse with spin.
Drain Only
Drain out the water.
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WASHING PROGRAMS TABLE
• “Cotton ECO 60˚C” is the standard washing programs to which the information in the label relates, and they are suitable
to clean normal soiled cotton laundry and they are the most efficient programs in terms of energy and water consumption
for washing that type of cotton laundry, the actual water temperature may differ from the declared cycle temperature.
• Energy test program: Cotton ECO 60˚C, Speed: the highest speed; Other as the default.
Half load for 5.0/6.0/7.5g Machine: 2.5/3.0/3.75kg.
INSTRUCTIONS (Cont.)
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
WARNING:
• Before starting maintenance, ensure that the appliance is unplugged and
close the tap.
CLEANING THE CABINET
Proper maintenance on the washing machine can
extend its working life.
The surface can be cleaned with diluted
non-abrasive neutral detergents when necessary.
If there is any water overflow, use a wet cloth to
wipe it off immediately. Make sure no sharp items
are used to clean the appliance.
CLEANING THE DOOR SEAL AND GLASS
Wipe the glass and seal after each wash
to remove lint and stains. If lint builds up
it can eventually cause leaks. Remove any
coins, buttons or other objects from the
seal (if any) after each wash.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE (Cont.)
CLEANING THE INLET FILTER
Washing the filter in the tap
1 Close the tap
2 Remove the water supply hose from the tap
3 Clean the filter
4 Reconnect the water supply hose
Washing the filter in the washing machine
1 Screw off the inlet pipe from the back of appliance
2 Pull out the filter with long nose pliers and reinstall after being washed
3 Use the brush to clean the filter
4 Reconnect the inlet pipe and turn on the tap
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE (Cont.)
CLEANING THE DETERGENT DISPENSER
1 Press down the arrow location on the softener cover inside the
washing machine dispenser.
2 Lift the clip up and take out the softener cover and wash all the grooves
with water.
3 Restore the softener cover and push the drawer into position.
NOTE
Do not use alcohol, solvents or chemical products to clean the machine.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE (Cont.)
CLEANING THE DRAIN PUMP FILTER
1 Be careful of the hot water.
2 Allow the detergent solution to cool down.
3 Drain pump filter can filter the yarns and small foreign matters from the washing.
4 Clean the filter periodically to ensure the washing machine operates normally.
CAUTION
• Make sure that the valve cap and drain hose are reinstalled properly.
Cap plates should be inserted aligning to hole plates otherwise water may leak.
• When the appliance is in use and depending on the program selected there
can be hot water in the pump. Never remove the pump cover during a wash
cycle, always wait until the appliance has finished the cycle and is empty.
When replacing the cover ensure it is tightly secured.
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FAQs
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Washing
machine is not
starting
Door is not
closed properly
Restart after the door is closed, check if the
clothes are stuck
Door can’t be
opened
Washer’s
Disconnect the power and restart
safety protection
the appliance
is active
The connection
between inlet
Water Leakage
pipe or outlet
hose is not tight
check and fasten water pipes.
Clean up outlet hose.
Detergent residues are in the
dispenser
detergent might
be dampened
Clean and wipe the detergent dispenser
Indicator or
display isnt
working
Disconnect the
power, PC
board or harness
may have a
connection
problem.
Check if the power is on and the power plug
is connected correctly.
Abnormal
Noise
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Check if the Transport bolts at the back of
the appliance have been removed.
Check it’s installed on a level and solid floor.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply
220-240V~50Hz
Max Current
10A
Standard Water Pressure
0.05MPa~1MPa
Washing Capacity
9KG
Rated Power
1950W
Dimensions
595 x 565 x 850 mm
Net Weight
72kg
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CUSTOMER HELPLINE:
1300 296 699
DISTRIBUTED BY:
Ayonz Pty Ltd
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