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Hoover LBHLYS1059E User manual
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With the purchase of this
Hoover household
appliance, you have shown
that you will not accept
compromises: you want only
the best.
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Introduction
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General points on delivery
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Hoover is happy to present
their new washing machine,
the result of years of
research and market
experience through direct
contact with Consumers.
You have chosen the quality,
durability and high
performance that this
washing machine offers.
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Guarantee
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Safety Measures
3
9 Technical Data
4
7 ! Setting up and Installation
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9 ' The Product
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maintenance
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Hoover is also able to offer a
vast range of other
household appliances:
washing machines,
dishwashers, washer-dryers,
cookers, microwave ovens.
Traditional ovens and hobs,
refrigerators and freezers.
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Ask your local retailer for the
complete catalogue of
Hoover products.
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Please read this booklet
carefully as it provides
important guide lines for
safe installation, use and
maintenance and some
useful advise for best results
when using your washing
machine.
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*$ Keep this booklet in a safe
place for further
consultation.
When contacting Hoover
or a Customer Services
Centre always refer to the
Model, No., and G number
(if applicable of the
appliance see panel).
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GENERAL POINTS
ON DELIVERY
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On delivery, check that the
following are included with
the machine:
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CHAPTER 2
GUARANTEE
The appliance is supplied
with a guarantee certificate
which allows free use of the
Technical Assistance
Service, apart from a fixed
call out charge, for a period
of one year from the date of
purchase.
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Part A should be filled in and
kept by you to be shown if
necessary to the technician
from the Technical
Assistance Service. The sales
receipt should also be kept.
KEEP THEM IN A SAFE
PLACE
Check that the machine has
not incurred damage during
transport. If this is the case,
contact your nearest Hoover
Centre.
Remember to post part B of
the guarantee certificate
within 10 days of the
purchase date.
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SAFETY MEASURES
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FOR ALL CLEANING
AND MAINTENANCE
WORK
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89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC '$# $$.
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earthed. Ensure that the
main electricity circuit is
earthed. Contact a qualified
electrician if this is not the
case.
This appliance
complies with Directives
89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC and
following changes.
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● Do not use adaptors or
multiple plugs.
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● Do not allow the appliance
to be used by children or the
incompetent without due
supervision.
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● Do not pull the mains lead
or the appliance itself to
remove the plug from the
socket.
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● Do not leave the
appliance exposed to
atmospheric agents (rain, sun
etc.)
● In the case of removal,
never lift the appliance by
the knobs or detersive
drawer.
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● During transportation
do not lean the door against
the trolley.
Important!
When the appliance
location is on carpet floors,
attention must be paid so as
to ensure that there is no
obstruction to the bottom
vents.
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appliance with wet or damp
hands or feet.
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when bare-footed.
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● Extreme care should be
taken if extension leads are
used in bathrooms or shower
rooms. Avoid this where
possible.
WARNING: DURING THE
WASHING CYCLE, THE
WATER CAN REACH A
TEMPERATURE OF 90°C.
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ensure that there is no water
in the drum.
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● Lift the appliance in pairs
as illustrated in the diagram.
● In the case of failure
and/or incorrect operation,
turn the washing machine
off, close the water inlet tap
and do not tamper with the
appliance. Contact a Hoover
Technical Assistance Centre
for any repairs and ask for
original Hoover spare parts.
Avoidance of these norms
may compromise the safety
of the appliance.
● Should the supply cord
(mains cable) be demaged,
this is to be replaced by a
specific cable available from
the after sales service centre.
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CHAPTER 5
SETTING UP
INSTALLATION
After taking the machine
out of its packing, proceed
as follows:
C A C D
Work on the back side of the
machine.
1) Unscrew the central rod
A, the 2 side screws C and
remove the bar D and the
relevant plastic spacer.
B
B
2) Unscrew the two rods B
and remove them. N° 2 or N°
4 plastic spacers will fall
inside the machine.
3) By tilting the machine,
remove the above
mentioned plastic spacers.
4) Stop the holes using the
plugs that you will find inside
the bag containing the
instruction booklet.
WARNING:
DO NOT LEAVE THE
PACKAGING IN THE
REACH OF CHILDREN
AS IT IS A POTENTIAL
SOURCE OF DANGER.
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Fix the sheet of corrugated
material on the bottom as
shown in picture.
Connect the fill hose
to the tap.
The appliance must be
connected to the water
mains using new hose-sets.
The old hose-sets should not
be reused.
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Use front feet to level the
machine with the floor.
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it until it stands firmly on the
ground.
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Ensure that the START button
is not pressed.
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the “OFF” position and the
load door is closed
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IMPORTANT:
DO NOT TURN THE TAP
ON AT THIS TIME.
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Position the washing machine
next to the wall. Hook the
outlet tube to the edge of the
bath tub, paying attention
that there are no bends or
contractions along the tube.
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It is better to connect the
discharge hose to a fixed
outlet of a diameter greater
than that of the outlet tube
and at a height of min. 50 cm.
If is necessary to use the
plastic sleeve supplied.
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After installation, the
appliance must be
positioned so that the plug is
accessible.
max 100 cm
min 4 cm
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min 50 cm
max 85 cm
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A SPECIAL SAFETY
DEVICE PREVENTS THE
DOOR FROM OPENING
AT THE END OF THE
WASH/SPIN CYCLE. AT
THE END OF THE SPIN
PHASE WAIT UP TO 2
MINUTES BEFORE
OPENING THE DOOR.
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indicator lights will go on) .
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NOTE: WHEN THE START
BUTTON HAS BEEN
PRESSED, THE APPLIANCE
CAN TAKE FEW SECONDS
BEFORE STARTS
WORKING.
CHANGING THE SETTINGS
AFTER THE PROGRAMMES
HAS STARTED (PAUSE)
The programme can be
paused at any time during
wash cycle by holding down
the “START” button until one
of the indicator lights start to
flash.
To restart the programme
press the “START” button
once again. The light stop
flashing.
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THE PROGRAMME CAN
BE CANCELLED AT ANY
TIME HOLDING
DOWN THE “START”
BUTTON. A
PROGRAMME LIGHT
WILL FLASH. WHEN THE
“STOP” LIGHT WILL GO
ON RELEASE THE “START”
BUTTON AND SET THE
NEW PROGRAMME.
PRE-WASH BUTTON
Pre-wash for cottons/mixed
fabrics (adds the pre-wash
phase with a max
temperature of 40°C
to the programmes
indicated).
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CREASE GUARD BUTTON
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The Crease Guard function
minimizes creases as much
as possible with a uniquely
designed anti-crease system
that is tailored to specific
fabrics.
MIXED FABRICS - the water is
gradually cooled throughout
the final two rinses with no
spinning and then a delicate
spin assures the maximum
relaxation of the fabrics.
DELICATE FABRICS – final two
rinses with no spinning and
then the fabrics are left in
water until it is time to
unload. When you are ready
to unload, press the Crease
Guard button – this will drain
and spin ready for emptying
RESISTANT FABRICS AND
WOOLLENS - after the final
rinse, the fabrics are left in
water until it is time to
unload. When you are ready
to unload, press the Crease
Guard button – this will drain
and spin ready for emptying.
If you do not want to spin the
clothes and activate drain
only:
- Hold down the “START”
button;
A programme light will flash.
When the “STOP” light will go
on;
- Release the “START” button
and select programme Z;
- Switch on the appliance
again by pressing the START
button.
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This function will allow an
extra rinse or more water
added at the rinse stage –
depending on the
programme selected. This is
particularly important for
avoiding skin irritation from
detergent residues for
people with particularly
sensitive skin.
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Hoover has designed a
special wash boost system
specially for big loads - by
selecting this button,
(available on cotton
programmes) the volume of
water within the selected
wash cycle is increased and
the length of time of the
programme is extended to
improve the wash
performance for the bigger
load.
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SPIN SPEED CONTROL
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DIRECTIONS
The spin cycle is very
important to remove as
much water as possible from
the laundry without
damaging the fabrics. You
can adjust the spin speed of
the machine to suit your
needs. By adjusting the
control, it is possible to
reduce the maximum
speed, and if you wish, the
spin cycle can be cancelled
altogether-position .
NOTE:
THE MACHINE IS FITTED
WITH A SPECIAL
ELECTRONIC DEVICE,
WHICH PREVENTS THE
SPIN CYCLE SHOULD
THE LOAD BE
UNBALANCED.
THIS REDUCES THE
NOISE AND VIBRATION
IN THE MACHINE AND
SO PROLONGS THE LIFE
OF YOUR MACHINE.
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DETERGENT
DRAWER
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The tables describe the
washing programme on
the basis of the number or
symbol chosen.
N.B. TO SWITCH OFF
THE INDICATOR LIGHT
MOVE THE
PROGRAMME
SELECTOR TO THE OFF
POSITION
K 01
/ ON / OFF
ON/OFF INDICATOR LIGHT
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1 0 0 INDICATOR LIGHTS SHOWING
TIME TO END
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Light “START”: time
programme more than 60
minutes;
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Light 60: time programme
under the 60 minutes;
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Light 30: time programme
under the 30 minutes;
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Light 15: time programme
under the 15 minutes.
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The detergent drawer is
divided into 4
compartments:
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- The first I for the
prewash detergent
- The second II for the
main wash detergent or
for rapid programme
detergent
IMPORTANT:
REMEMBER THAT SOME
DETERGENT ARE
DIFFICULT TO REMOVE.
IN THIS CASE WE ADVISE
THE USE OF THE SPECIAL
CONTAINER TO BE USED
INSIDE THE DRUM.
- The third
bleach
compartment
IMPORTANT:
ONLY INTRODUCE
LIQUID PRODUCTS IN
THE THIRD AND FOURTH
COMPARTMENTS.
✿
- The fourth
is for
special additives,
softeners, perfumes,
starches, whiteners, etc.
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For the various types of
fabrics and various degrees
of dirt the washing machine
has 4 different programme
bands according to: wash
cycle, temperature and
lenght of cycle (see table of
washing cycle
programmes).
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The programmes have been
designed for a maximum
wash and the rinses, with
spin intervals, ensure perfect
rinsing.
The final spin gives more
efficient removal of water.
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Fabrics
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The main wash and the rinse
gives best results thanks to
the rotation rhythms of the
drum and to the water
levels.
A gentle spin will mean that
the fabrics become less
creased.
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3 Special Delicate Fibres
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This is a new wash cycle
which alternates washing
and soaking and is
particularly recommended
for very delicate fabrics such
as Pure Machine Washable
Wool. The wash cycle and
rinses are carried out with
high water levels to ensure
best results.
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RAPID PROGRAMME
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The rapid programme
allows a complete washing
cycle to be carried out in
approximately 35 minutes,
with up to a maximum load
of 2 kg and a temperature
of 50°C.
When selecting the “rapid
programme”, please note
that we recommend you
use only 20% of the
recommended quantities
shown on the detergent
pack.The detergent must be
placed in the main wash
compartment (marked II) in
the detergent dispenser.
HAND WASH
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This washing machine also
has a gentle Hand Wash
programme cycle. This
programme allows a
complete washing cycle for
garments specified as
“Hand Wash only” on the
fabric care label. The
programme has a
temperature of 30°C and
concludes with 2 rinses and
a slow spin.
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CHAPTER 9
THE PRODUCT
IMPORTANT:
When washing heavy rugs,
bed spreads and other
heavy articles, it is advisable
not to spin.
To be machine-washed,
woollen garments and other
articles in wool must bear
the “Machine Washable
Label”.
IMPORTANT:
When sorting articles
ensure that:
- there are no metal
objects in the washing
(e.g. brooches, safety
pins, pins, coins etc.).
- cushion covers are
buttoned, zips and
hooks are closed, loose
belts and long tapes on
dressing gowns are
knotted.
- runners from curtains are
removed.
- attention is paid to
garment labels.
- when sorting, any tough
stains should be
removed prior to
washing using stain
removers only
recommended on
label.
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CHAPTER 10
FABRIC
TABLE OF PROGRAMMES
PROGRAM FOR
WEIGHT
MAX
kg
PROG.
TEMP.
°C
Please read these notes
CHARGE DETERGENT
❙
❙❙
❀
When washing heavily soiled laundry it is recommended the
load is reduced to 3 kg maximum.
5
90°
90°
(●)
●
●
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In programmes shown in the wash guide, automatic bleaching
is possible by pouring the liquid bleach into the detergent
draw .
5
60°
60°
(●)
●
●
●
Please note: the prewash compartment can be utilised only on
cotton and mixed programmes with the prewash button
pressed.
Fast coloureds
5
50°
50°
(●)
●
●
●
* Programmes according to CENELEC EN 60456.
Non fast coloureds
5
40°
40°
(●)
●
●
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5
-
(●)
●
●
●
The spin speed may also be reduced, to match any guidelines
suggested on the fabric label, or for very delicate fabrics
cancel the spin completely this option is available with a spin
speed selector.
Cotton
Rinses
-
-
Cotton, linen
Long spin
-
-
Mixed fabrics and
synthetics
Mixed fabrics
Resistant fabrics
Cotton, linen
Whites
Cotton, mixed
resistant
Whites normal
Cotton, mixed
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2
40°
40°
(●)
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2
30°
30°
(●)
●
●
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2
-
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●
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Rinses
2
-
Short spin
-
-
Mixed, resistant
Cotton, mixed fabrics,
synthetics
Synthetics (nylon,
perlon), mixed cotton
Mixed, delicate
synthetics
1,5
40°
40°
●
●
“MACHINE WASHABLE” woollens
1
30°
30°
●
●
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1
-
●
●
Rinses
-
-
Short spin
-
-
Rapid cycle
2
Hand wash
1
Drain only
-
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Very delicate fabrics
Mixed, delicate
synthetics, wool
Specials
For fabrics that should
not be spun
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Get the best results from your new Hoover machine
To ensure you get the best results from your new Hoover
machine it is important to use the right detergent in your
everyday wash. There are many detergents available in the
market and making a choice from the wide range available
can often be confusing.
At Hoover we regularly test many different types of detergent
to assess which give the best wash results in our machines. We
found only one brand always lives up to our exacting
standards and provides outstanding cleaning across a broad
range of dirt and stains, as well as providing high levels of
fabric care. That’s why Hoover gave Ariel their official seal of
approval.
●
FOR YOUR NEW WASHING MACHINE
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CHAPTER 11
CUSTOMER
AWARENESS
A guide environmentally
friendly and economic use of
your appliance.
MAXIMISE THE LOAD SIZE
To prevent any possible
waste of energy, water or
detergent we recommend
that you put a full load in
your washing machine, not
exceed the maximum loads
shown below:
Cotton and linen 5
kg
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2
kg
Very delicate
1,5 kg
Wool
1
kg
Save up to 50% energy by
washing a full load instead of
2 half loads.
DO YOU NEED TO PRE-WASH?
For heavily soiled laundry
only!
SAVE detergent, time, water
and between 5 to 15%
energy consumption by NOT
selecting Prewash for slight to
normally soiled laundry.
IS A HOT WASH REQUIRED?
Pretreat stains with stain
remover or soak dried in
stains in water before
washing to reduce the
necessity of a hot wash
programme.
Save up to 50% energy by
using a 60°C wash
programme.
WASHING
VARIABLE CAPACITY
This washing machine
automatically adapts the level
of the water to the type and
quantity of washing. In this way
it is also possible to obtain a
“personalized” wash from an
energy saving point of view.
This system gives a decrease in
energy consumption and a
sensible reduction in washing
times.
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the case of delicate fabrics,
it is advisable not to exceed
2 kg (1 kg in the case of
machine washable articles
in “Machine Washable
Woolens”) so as to avoid the
formation of creases which
may be difficult to iron. A net
bag should be used for
particularly delicate fabrics.
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out in the washing
programme table:
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carry the indication 90°C.
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drawer (A).
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the working sequence in
motion.
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K# # CLEANING AND
ROUTINE
MAINTENANCE
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Do not use abrasives, spirits
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exterior of the appliance. It is
sufficient to use a damp
cloth.
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requires very little
maintenance:
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compartments.
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when the machine is left
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programme the indicator
light “end cycle” will go on.
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machine by turning the
selector to OFF.
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remove the washed articles.
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FOR ALL TYPES OF
WASH CONSULT THE
PROGRAMME TABLE
AND FOLLOW THE
OPERATIONS IN THE
ORDER INDICATED.
Although not strictly
necessary, it is advisable to
clean the detergent, bleach
and additives
compartments occasionally.
.
Remove the compartments
by pulling gently.
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FILTER CLEANING
The washing-machine is
equipped with a special filter
to retain large foreign matter
which could clog up the
drain, such as coins, buttons,
etc. These can, therefore,
easily be recovered. The
procedures for cleaning the
filter are as follows:
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● After cleaning, replace by
turning the notch on the end
of the filter clockwise. Then
follow all procedures
described above in reverse
order.
REMOVALS OR LONG PERIODS
WHEN THE MACHINE IS LEFT
STANDING
For eventual removals or
when the machine is left
standing for long periods in
unheated rooms, the drain
hose should be emptied of
all remaining water.
The appliance must be
switched off and unplugged.
A bowl is needed. Detach
the drainage hose from the
clamp and lower it over the
bowl until all the water is
removed.
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Repeat the same operation
with the water inlet hose.
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CHAPTER 13
FAULT
1. Does not function
on any
programme
REMEDY
CAUSE
Mains plug not plugged in
Insert plug
Mains switch not on
Turn on mains switch
No power
Check
Electric circuit fuses failure
Check
Load door open
Close load door
See cause 1
Check
Inlet tap turned off
Turn on water inlet tap
Timer not set correctly
Set timer on correct position
Discharge tube bent
Straighten discharge tube
Odd material blocking filter
Check filter
4. Water on floor
around washing
machine
Leak from the washer between the tap
and inlet tube
Replace washer and tighten the tube
on the tap
5. Does not spin
The washing machine has not
discharged water
Wait a few minutes until the machine
discharges water
“No spin” setting (some models only)
Turn the programme dial onto spin
setting
Washing machine not perfectly level
Adjust special feet
Transport bracket not removed
Remove transport bracket
Washing load not evenly distributed
Distribute the washing evenly
2. Does not load
water
3. Does not discharge
water
6. Strong vibrations
during spin
If the fault should persist, contact a Hoover Technical Assistance Centre. For prompt servicing, give the model of
the washing machine, to be found on the label placed on the cabinet inside of the porthole or on the
guarantee certificate.
Important
1 The use of environment friendly detersives without phosphates may produce the following effects:
- The discharge rinse water may result cloudier due to the presence of zeolites in suspension. This does not
compromise the efficiency of the rinses.
- The presence of white powder (zeolites) on the washing at the end of the washing cycle. This does not
remain incorporated in the fabric and does not alter the colour.
- The presence of foam in the last rinse water which is not necessarily a sign of inadequate rinsing.
- The non-ionic surface-active agents present in the composition of washing machine detersives are often
difficult to remove from the washing itself and, even in small quantities, may produce visible signs of the
formation of foam.
- Carrying out further rinses, in cases such as this, is not useful.
2 If your washing machine fails to function, carry out the above-mentioned checks before calling the Hoover
Technical Assistance Service.
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The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event of any printing mistakes in
this booklet. The manufacturer also reserves the right to make appropriate
modifications to its products without changing the essential characteristics.
02.09 - 41006500 - Printed in Italy - Imprimé en Italie
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