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Candy LBCTAS120SY User manual
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DESCRIPTION OF THE MANUAL
This manual provides you with all the information you will need to install and set up your
washing machine. It also provides information about cleaning and maintenance, suggestions
for resolving small problems that could result from a malfunctioning of the appliance, advice
about appropriate wash programmes, an explanation of the symbols found on clothes labels
and hints on the best way to treat stubborn stains.
1.- CONTROL PANEL
2.- LID
3.- DRUM
4.- DETERGENT COMPARTMENT
5.- FILTER DOOR
6.- FILTER
7.- WHEEL TROLLEY (Depending on model)
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INDEX
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SAFETY MEASURES ...................................................................
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SETTING UP AND INSTALLATION ..............................................
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CLEANING AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ...............................
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CLEANING THE DETERGENT COMPARTMENTS .....................
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CLEANING THE FILTER ...............................................................
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TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................. 10
LOADING ADVICE ........................................................................ 12
LABEL SYMBOLS ......................................................................... 13
REMOVING STUBBORN STAINS ................................................ 15
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SAFETY MEASURES
This appliance meets Directives 89/336 ECC,
73/23 EEC and subsequent modifications thereof.
IMPORTANT: FOR ALL CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
WORK
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Remove the plug.
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Turn off the water inlet tap after each wash.
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The manufacturer fits all the machines with an earth
connection.
Ensure that the electrical installation has an earth connection
and that it is connected; if not, call for service.
The earth connection is essential for user safety as
it eliminates the risk of electrical discharge.
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If the electric cable is damaged replace with an original set
(cable and plug) supplied by the manufacturer or official
after-sales service.
The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for any damage
to people or things resulting from the failure to comply
with the appliance’s installation and safety regulations.
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Do not touch the appliance with wet or damp hands or feet.
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Extreme care should be taken if extension leads are used
in bathrooms or shower rooms. Avoid this where possible.
Do not use the appliance when bare-footed.
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Do not use adapters or multiple plugs.
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Do not allow the appliance to be used by children 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 the atmospheric
elements (rain, sun, etc.).
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Do not cover the appliance with cloth or plastic while it is
working.
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Do not install the appliance in damp places or anywhere
where it could be sprayed inadvertently by the shower.
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Do not install the appliance on a surface which obstructs
the space between the floor and the base of the machine.
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Keep all packaging out of the reach of children as it could
constitute a health hazard.
IMPORTANT:
DURING A WASH CYCLE THE
WATER CAN REACH TEMPERATURES
OF 90º C.
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SETTING UP – INSTALLATION
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Unpack the appliance.
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Remove the 4 screws (A) from the clamp and the other four
screws.
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Replace the 4 screws (A) and fit the trims provided (D).
If your model offers this function:
Position the protection sheets as shown in the diagram.
• Washing machine with trolley.
• Washing machine without trolley.
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IMPORTANT: DO NOT TURN THE TAP ON
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Connect the washing machine to the water mains via the
new tube supplied inside the drum. Do not use the old tube.
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Connect one end of the water inlet pipe to the electrovalve
(top rear part of the machine) and the other to a tap or a
permanently plumbed-in _” threaded connection.
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Position the washing machine next to the wall. Hook the
outlet pipe to the edge of the bath tub, ensuring that there
are no bends along the tube. It is better to connect the outlet
tube to a fixed outlet of a diameter greater than that of the
outlet pipe and at a height of min. 50 cm. and a maximum of
75 cm. from floor.
If necessary, use the curved accessory to attach and
support the water drainage pipe more securely.
If your model offers this function:
To move the washing machine easily, turn the lever to the
right. Once you have finished moving the machine, return
the lever to its original position.
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Level the machine by adjusting the front feet.
a)Turn the nut in a clockwise direction to release the
foot’s screw adjuster.
b) Raise or lower the foot by rotating it until it stands firmly
on the floor.
c)Lock the foot in position by turning the nut in an
anticlockwise direction until it comes up against the bottom
of the machine.
Check that the appliance is properly levelled. To do so, try
and move the washing machine by pushing on two diagonally
opposite top corners at the same time to see if it rocks.
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If you move your washing machine from one place to another,
you must level the feet again afterwards.
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Connect the machine.
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CLEANING AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Do not use abrasives, spirits or solvents on the exterior of the washing machine. It is
sufficient to use a damp cloth.
The washing machine requires very little maintenance.
• Cleaning the drawer compartments.
• Cleaning the filter.
• After removals or long periods when the machine is left standing.
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CLEANING THE DRAWER COMPARTMENTS
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II
MAX.
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It is advisable to clean the four compartments of the
detergent dispenser (prewash, wash, bleach and fabric
conditioner) from time to time. To do this, remove the
detergent dispenser from its slot.
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In the case of the prewash and wash compartments, it is
advisable to remove any dried-in remains of detergent which
obstruct the flow of the detergent to the drum.
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In the case of the bleach and fabric conditioner
compartments, the two traps (M) should be removed by
turning them 90º anticlockwise and pulling them out.
MAX.
MAX.
Remove any solid residue which could block the holes in
the compartments.
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Put everything back into place.
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CLEANING THE FILTER
The washing machine comes with a special filter, located at the bottom of the machine’s
front panel, that collects larger objects (coins, buttons, etc.) which could block the pump.
It is advisable to clean the filter whenever the machine fails to rinse the clothes as
well as it should or when it fails to drain properly.
When it is necessary to clean the filter, proceed as follows:
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Use a basin to collect the water coming out.
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A) Press the two catches to remove the filter door.
Move the trolley lever to a central position in order to remove
the filter door more easily.
A
B
B) Slip your hand through the slot at the bottom, incline
slightly and remove the base.
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Use a screwdriver to loosen the screw which holds the filter
in place.
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Turn the filter anticlockwise as far as it will go.
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Remove the filter and clean it.
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Once the filter is clean, replace it by following the abovementioned procedure in reverse
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TROUBLESHOOTING
FAULT
CAUSE
SOLUTION
• The appliance is not plugged
in.
• The general switch is
disconnected.
• There is no electricity.
• The fuses in the electric
installation are damaged or
blown.
• The door is open.
• Plug it in.
2.- The appliance does not
load water
• See causes for 1.
• The tap is turned off.
• The programme selector is
incorrectly connected.
• Check.
• Turn on the tap.
• Correctly connect the
programme selector.
3.- The water does not drain
• There are foreign bodies in
the filter.
• The outlet hose is bent.
• Check the filter.
4.- The spin programme does
not work
• The washing machine has
not yet drained the water.
• The “Spin exclusion” option is
activated (only on some
models).
• Wait a few minutes for the
washing machine to drain.
• Deactivate the “Spin
exclusion” option.
5.- Strong vibrations during
spin cycle
• The washing machine is not
correctly levelled.
• The transport “anchorage”
has not been removed.
• The wash load is not evenly
distributed.
• A lot of foam and water when
spinning.
• Adjust the feet.
1.- No programme works
6.- The high-speed spin does
not work
• The wash load is not evenly
distributed within the drum.
7.- Display will show error
nº 0, 1, 5, 7, 8, 9.
• Activate the general switch.
• Check.
• Check.
• Close the door.
• Straighten the hose.
• Remove the transport
support.
• Distribute it evenly.
• Inspect and clean the filter.
• Distribute the wash load
evenly in the drum.
• Contact technical service.
8.- Display will show error nº 2
• Machine does not fill with
water
• Check that water inlet tap is
open.
9.- Display will show error nº 3
• Water does not empty from
machine
• Check that outlet is not
clogged
• Check for kinks in outlet tube.
10.- Display will show error
nº 4
• Too much water in machine.
• Shut off water tap.
• Contact technical service
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If the problem or malfunctioning persists, disconnect the machine, turn off the tap and do
not try to repair.
For all repairs contact an Official Technical Assistance service and always insist on the use
of original parts. Failure to do so may compromise the safety of your machine.
When contacting a 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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USEFUL ADVICE
When loading a wash, we recommend that you:
• Sort your washing according to COLOUR, DIRTINESS, and DELICACY.
• For delicate items we recommend the use of a protective net.
• Empty all pockets and ensure that they do not contain metal objects (paperclips, safety
pins, pins, coins, etc.).
• Fasten pillow slips and cushion coverings, close all zips and fastenings and tie any loose
ribbons or belts.
• Remove all runners (metal and plastic) from curtains and net curtains. We recommend
that the ribbon be gathered into a ball and tied with its own string.
• If you notice any stains, remove them with a special detergent or appropriate cleaning
agent.
• Unfold all items to be washed.
• Place them in the drum one by one.
• Be careful not to exceed the recommended weight for each programme.
• When washing rugs, bedspreads and large, absorbent items, avoid spinning by pressing
the spin exclusion button.
• In order to be able to wash woollens in the washing machine they must carry the “Pure
New Wool”
symbol as well as the information “does not shrink” or “machine washable”.
• If possible, do not wash towels all together. Mix them with your regular washing.
• Ensure that no item becomes trapped between the drum shutters.
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LABEL SYMBOLS
Labels are usually sown into the collar or side seams. The symbols which appear on
them indicate the following:
• Maximum WASH temperature.
• Appropriate washing methods.
• Appropriate products.
• How to care for your garment.
• Appropriate ironing methods and temperatures.
The symbols are as follows:
WASH
Washing instructions always appear as a basin with different indications:
• Do not wash.
• Can be washed both by hand or in the washing machine. The figures in the basin
indicate the maximum wash temperature.
• Hand wash only.
When the hand is half submerged in the water, this means that the item should be
handled gently during washing. If it is fully submerged in the water, this means that
the garment should only be washed by hand.
• The line under the basin means that the item should be washed on a
gentle cycle.
• Do not spin.
BLEACH
Bleach is widely used to whiten fabrics, although in some cases it can cause irreparable
damage. There are various symbols which refer to its use.
• Bleach can be used.
• Do not bleach.
IRONING
• Iron at a high temperature. Max. 220º C. You can use steam or a damp cloth.
Suitable for hard-wearing fabrics such as cotton or linen.
• Do not exceed 150º C. You can use steam or a damp cloth. This symbol appears
on items made from wool or polyester.
• Iron at a low temperature. Approx. 110º C. This is usual for delicate fabrics such as
rayon, silk and acrylic acetate, etc.
• Do not iron.
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TUMBLE DRYING
• Can be tumble dried. Do not confuse this symbol with the simple circle which
indicates that the item should be dry cleaned.
• Do not tumble dry.
• Hang to dry.
• Do not wring. Should be hung to dry immediately after washing.
• Spread over a horizontal surface to dry. Do not hang.
DRY CLEANING
• Dry clean only. The letters indicate the different solvents that can be used. An “A”
indicates that normal solvents can be used. Other letters indicate professional
solvents.
• Do not wash in an way.
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REMOVING STAINS
On occasions, certain stains do not disappear after a simple wash cycle. The following is
a list of special treatments which you can try before washing your clothes in the washing
machine.
Pen and biro marks: rub with a cloth soaked in alcohol.
Candle wax: cover the stains with a piece of absorbent paper and iron at the highest
temperature suitable for the fabric. Repeat if necessary.
Resin, fat and face cream: clean with a petrol-based stain remover and then wash
as normal.
Tar: rub with butter and leave for a short period before washing as normal.
Blood, milk and egg: soak in cold water and then wash with a enzymatic detergent
at a temperature of between 50º and 60º, always supposing that the item can be
washed at these temperatures.
Fruit, coffee and wine: these stains usually come out after a few washes.
Fabric Conditioner: The improper or excessive use of conditioner can stain fabrics.
Remove stains with concentrated detergent and bleach, providing the fabric and
colour permit.
In the event of a particularly stubborn or critical stain, consult a professional. In any
case, NEVER USE CHEMICAL PRODUCTS IN THIS MACHINE.
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