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Candy LB CTD 125 User manual
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INTRODUCTION
Read this manual carefully as it offers practical advice to help you get the most from your
washing machine.
This Instruction Manual
contains everything you need
to know about the everyday
running of your machine.
Keep it for future reference.
An
Installation
and
Maintenance Manual is also
provided which you should
consult during the installation
and routine maintenance of
your washing machine. The
manual
also
contains
information about possible
working problems, advice
about the wash load, an
explanation of label symbols
and hints about how to remove
stubborn stains.
1.- CONTROL PANEL
2.- LID
3.- DRUM
4.- DETERGENT COMPARTMENT
5.- FILTER DOOR
6.- FILTER
7.- WHEEL TROLLEY
When contacting a CANDY or one of its Technical Assistance Centre always refer to the model (see control panel) and the registration
and series numbers which are indicated at the bottom of the machine
under the lower panel or on the warranty certificate. That is to say,
everything that appears in the box.
Providing this information will ensure a faster and more efficient service.
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INDEX
page
GUARANTEE .............................................................................. 61
TECHNICAL DATA ....................................................................... 62
OPENING THE LID – LOADING ................................................ 63
DETERGENT DISPENSER ........................................................ 64
AUTOMATIC VARIABLE CAPACITY - FUZZY LOGIC
ELECTRONICS ........................................................................... 65
PROGRAMME SELECTION ....................................................... 65
CONTROL DESCRIPTION .......................................................... 66
TABLE OF PROGRAMMES ....................................................... 70
Place the attached «program label»
in the corresponding language in the
rear slot of the panel window.
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GUARANTEE
1.
The appliance comes with a guarantee certificate.
A
2.
Complete part A and keep it in a safe place. It should
be presented to the Technical Assistance Centre in
the event of a repair being necessary along with the
legal receipt issued by the dealer on purchase.
SERVICE
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TECHNICAL DATA
CTD 125
Load capacity ........................................................................ kg.
Voltage ..................................................................................... V.
Wash motor power rating ........................................................ W.
Spin motor power rating .......................................................... W.
Electropump power rating ....................................................... W.
Heating element power rating ................................................. W.
Max. power input ..................................................................... W.
Fuse ........................................................................................ A.
Water pressure ................................................................... MPa
Spin speed .............................................................. r.p.m./min
Water consumption (60º C programme) ................................ lit.
Energy consumption (60º C programme)/5 kg ................... kWh
Energy efficiency rating ..............................................................
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5
230
125
400
30
1.950
2.200
10
0,05 min.
0,8 max.
1200
45
0,95
A
OPENING THE DRUM
1.
Lift the lid (A) and open it completely. Next, open the drum
door following these instructions:
E
T OF TH HINE
FRON
AC
ING M
WASH
E
T OF TH HINE
FRON
AC
ING M
WASH
E
T OF TH HINE
FRON
AC
ING M
WASH
3.
Open the rear door (D). Open the front door (C).
Place the washing in the drum.
4.
Close the front door (C).
Close the rear door (D) so that the front door (C)
fasteners fit perfectly into the slots.
5.
Ensure that the doors fit together perfectly and are
properly closed.
ATTENTION:
CLOSE THE DRUM CAREFULLY. OTHERWISE, THE
MACHINE OR THE LAUNDRY COULD GET
DAMAGED.
2 min.
E
T OF TH HINE
FRON
AC
ING M
WASH
WASHING
MACHINE LID
2.
Place your hand on the rear door (D).
Hold the catch (B) down.
Press the front door (C) to unlock the two doors (C and
D).
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ATTENTION:
A special safety device
prevents the lid from
being opened
immediately after the
wash has finished. Once
the spin cycle has
finished, wait for 2
minutes before trying to
open the lid.
DETERGENT DISPENSER
The detergent dispenser is divided into 4 compartments:
• Compartment I, is for prewash powder detergent. The recommended quantity is
60 gm of detergent (for 5 kg of laundry).
• Compartment II, is for wash powder detergent. The recommended quantity is 120
gm of detergent (for 5 kg of laundry).
• The
compartment is for bleach. The recommended quantity is 7 cl.
• The
compartment is for fabric conditioners, scenting agents and special
additives. The recommended quantity is 5 cl.
The detergent compartment has two guidance lines:
• RECOMMENDED (lower line). This indicates the recommended level for the prewash
and wash compartments.
• MAX. This indicates the maximum level which should never be exceeded.
MAXIMUM
(wash)
MAXIMUM
(prewash)
MAXIMUM
(bleach and scenting agent)
RECOMMENDED
Note: WE RECOMMEND USING DETERGENT IN POWDER FORM WHENEVER
A PRE-WASH IS PROGRAMMED.
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AUTOMATIC VARIABLE CAPACITY – FUZZY LOGIC ELECTRONICS
This machine has electronics that automatically process all stages of the wash to
ensure exceptional results and at the same time save you time and money.
Once a programme has been selected, the machine optimises the following elements
depending on the wash load and type of fabric:
- quantity of water and power consumption
- wash time
- drum rotation rate
- rinse efficiency
The washing machine also:
- detects suds and increases the amount of rinse water if necessary
- adjusts spin speed according to load distribution, thus forestalling any imbalance in
the mechanism.
EXAMPLE: COTTONS PROGRAMME AT 60º
FULL LOAD
(5 KG)*
LOAD
HALF LOAD
SMALL LOAD
GAIN WITH REGARD TO
5 kg CYCLE
GAIN WITH REGARD TO
5 kg CYCLE
APPROX.
APPROX.
5%
30%
POWER
KWH
0,95
TIME
MIN.
135
20%
30%
45
20%
50%
WATER
LITRES
The programme duration indicated is APPROXIMATE.
PROGRAMME SELECTION
Select programmes as follows:
• Set control (A) on the desired programme/ temperature (see table of programmes
and temperatures)
• Select spin speed
• Select the desired options by pressing the relevant buttons.
• Hold down the Start/ Stop button until one of the program stage lamps lights up.
• This washing machine is electronic. Once the programme is selected and Start
has been pressed the “Programme stage control” lamp will come on (example
“Start”), and the machine will start up automatically within one (1) minute at most.
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CONTROLS
CTD 125
Programme/ temperature selector .............................................
A
Programme stage control lamps .................................................
t
Spin selector ...............................................................................
C
Delayed start selector ................................................................
T
Super fast button ........................................................................
D
Super rinse button ......................................................................
E
Easy-iron button .........................................................................
F
Stubborn stains button ...............................................................
I
Door Secure lamp ......................................................................
G
Start/ Stop button .......................................................................
H
Reference indicator ....................................................................
p
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USING THE SELECTORS
A. PROGRAMME/ TEMPERATURE SELECTOR
Use this control to select the desired wash programme/
temperature. Turn the selector so that the number or symbol of
the desired programme is opposite the reference indicator (p).
The temperature selected will depend on the programme.
To change settings or select a different programme once the
programme selected has started, proceed as follows:
- Hold down the Start/ Stop button until one of the program stage
lamps lights up.
- Release the button: the lamp will go out immediately
- Select the new programme.
- Press Start/ Stop again until one of the programme stage lamps
lights up.
- The machine will then run the new programme selected.
To add more washing during the course of a programme, proceed as follows:
- Press Start/ Stop until one of the programme stage lamps begins to flash.
- When the Door Secure lamp goes out, open the door and put the additional washing into
the drum.
- Close the drum doors and the outer door properly.
- Press Start/ Stop.
t. PROGRAMME STAGE CONTROL LAMPS
The current programme stage is displayed throughout the programme selected.
C. SPIN SELECTOR
THE CONTROL CAN BE TURNED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS
This is one of the most important parts of the wash cycle. This machine
has a spin cycle flexible enough to meet all requirements.Turn the
selector to reduce maximum and intermediate spin speeds. Spin can
even be eliminated altogether (setting ).
NB: THE ELECTRONICS IN THE MACHINE DISABLE THE SPIN
FUNCTION WHEN THE LOAD IS UNEVENLY DISTRIBUTED,
AND LIMIT VIBRATIONS AND NOISE DURING WASHING.
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USING THE SELECTORS
T. “DELAYED START” SELECTOR
THE CONTROL CAN BE TURNED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS
This timer enables the machine to be programmed to start after a set
delay of between 1 and 12 hours. Delayed start must be selected
before the Start button is pressed.
To delay programme start by 1 or 2 hours, turn the selector to the
top mark, then back to the position desired.
NB:
When Delayed Start is engaged, the program stage lamps will flash.
If the power should fail the time delay will increase by however long the power is off.
To cancel Delayed Start, set the Delayed Start control to
, then press Start/ Stop.
D. SUPER FAST BUTTON
When this button is engaged programme times are cut by as much
as 50 minutes, depending on the wash programme and temperature
selected. This button works only with loads of between 2 and 5 kg. of
washing, and with the Cottons and Mixed Synthetics programmes.
E. SUPER RINSE BUTTON
The new electronic system engaged by this button activates a special
rinse cycle. More water and a new combination of drum rotation
movements during filling and emptying ensure that washing is perfectly
rinsed.
This function is designed for people with sensitive, delicate skins
in whom even tiny amounts of bleach could cause irritation or
allergic reactions.
It is also recommendable for washing baby clothes, heavily soiled
clothes which need large amounts of bleach and spongy articles
which tend to retain bleach.
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USING THE SELECTORS
F. . EASY IRON BUTTON
This function helps reduce creasing, depending on the programme
selected and the type of fabric washed.
MIXED FABRICS:
- the water is cooled gradually to prevent heat shock
- the drum is not moved mechanically during emptying
- a mild spin is used to ensure that fibres are smoothed out as much
as possible.
DELICATE FABRICS (OTHER THAN WOOLLENS):
- The machine operates as indicated above and stops with the drum full of water after the
last rinse.
WOOLLENS:
- The machine stops with the drum full of water.
To complete the cycle for cottons, delicates and woollens, proceed as follows
1.- Disengage the Easy Iron (wrinkle reduction) button. The cycle will then run to completion,
with emptying and spin.
2.- Or just empty the drum:
- stop the machine by pressing Start/ Stop.
- set the programme control to OFF.
- select programme
.
- wait 5 seconds.
- start up the machine.
I. STUBBORN STAINS BUTTON
This button works only with the Cottons programme. It keeps the
water at the set temperature throughout the wash cycle.
Accompanied by extra vigorous spinning, this produces optimum
results in heavily soiled garments.
G.
“DOOR SECURE” LAMP
H.
“START/ STOP” BUTTON
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PROG.
COTTONS
SYNTHETICS
DELICATES
MIX
&
WASH
DETERGENT
LOAD
I
WHITES
5
140
60º
FAST COLOUREDS WITH PRE-WASH
5
160
FAST COLOUREDS
5
135
40º
FAST COLOUREDS
5
105
30º
DELICATE COLOUREDS
5
100
•
•
•
•
•
DELICATE COLOUREDS
(cold wash, water at 15 ºC)
5
95
60º
FAST COLOUREDS WITH PRE-WASH
2
100
60º
FAST COLOUREDS
2
85
50º
FAST COLOUREDS
2
75
40º
DELICATE COLOUREDS
2
70
30º
DELICATE COLOUREDS
2
DELICATE COLOUREDS
(cold wash, water at 15 ºC)
40º
30º
WOOLMARK WOOLLENS
(cold wash, water at 15 ºC)
*
BUTTON
II
90º
60º
P
SPECIFIC
PROGRAMMES
PROGRAMME FOR
ºC
P
MAX.
LOAD
APPROX
TIME (min.)
TABLE OF PROGRAMMES
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DELICATES
1,5
50
1
50
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WOOLMARK WOOLLENS
1
50
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30º
HAND WASH
1
50
—
RINSE
—
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SPIN
—
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EMPTY
—
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40º
SIMPLISSIMO
5
170
50º
FAST – 32 MIN.
2
32
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Programme
, as per EN standard 60456.
The programme times indicated are approximate.
*
There are four programme groups (COTTONS, SYNTHETICS,
DELICATES and SPECIFIC PROGRAMMES). The first programmes
in each group are the longest, and therefore those that ensure the
most effective wash results. Use the remaining programmes only
for lightly soiled washing and especially delicate garments.
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SPECIFIC PROGRAMMES
HAND WASH
This machine has a hand wash programme which enables you to machine-wash clothes which
are intended to be washed by hand. The programme runs at 30 ºC and ends with 3 rinses and a
spin specifically designed for highly delicate garments.
SPECIAL RINSE PROGRAMME
This programme runs through three rinses and a spin at 800 rpm (spin speed can be reduced or
spin can be eliminated completely). This can be used to rinse all types of fabric, e.g. after hand
washing.
SPECIAL VIGOROUS SPIN PROGRAMME
This runs through a spin cycle at 1200 rpm (spin speed can be reduced)
EMPTY ONLY
This empties the water from the machine.
MIX & WASH
The MIX & WASH programme enables all types of fabric to be washed together.
- Never mix coloureds that dye.
- New coloured items should be washed separately the first time.
32’ FAST PROGRAMME
This programme runs through a full wash cycle for a maximum of 2 kg of washing at 50 ºC in just
32 minutes.
Put the detergent in dispenser II. Use no more than approximately 1/4 of the recommended
amount of bleach (35 g. at most).
The 32’ fast programme can also be used as a pre-wash cycle for particularly heavily soiled
garments before the regular wash programme desired.
REMARKS
1. For very heavily soiled washing, use loads of no more than 3 kg.
2. With the Cottons programmes (WHITES 90º - FAST COLOUREDS 60º) automatic whitening can
be obtained by adding bleach to dispenser
.
3. The machine is designed to add fabric softener automatically during the last rinse in all wash
cycles.‘
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