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Whirlpool FWDG97168WS IL Setup and user guide
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DAILY REFERENCE GUIDE
THANK YOU FOR BUYING A WHIRLPOOL PRODUCT.
Please read the content of the Health &
Safety and Installation Guides thoroughly
before you use this appliance.
WWW
Download the Instructions for use from the
website http://docs.whirlpool.eu
Follow the procedure described on the last
page.
See the Health & Safety and Installation
Guides for detailed instructions on how to
remove the transit bolts
The transit bolts must be removed
before the appliance is used.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
APPLIANCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1. Top
2. Detergent dispenser
3. Control Panel
4. Lid handle
5. Door
6. Water filter - behind kick panel
7. Removable kick panel
8. Adjustable feet (2)
6.
7.
8.
CONTROL PANEL
1.
2.
3.
5.
4.
1. On/Off button
2. Programme selector
3. Start/Pause button
4. Temperature button
5. FreshCare+ button
6. Dry Only button / Lock button
7. Drying settings button
8. Display
9. Start delay button
10. Spin speed button
10. 9.
8.
7.
6.
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DETERGENT DISPENSER
Prewash Compartment
• Detergent for prewash
Main Wash Compartment
• Detergent for the main wash
• Stain remover
• Water softener
Softener compartment
• Softener
• Liquid starch
Pour softener or starch solution into the
compartment without exceeding the “max” level.
Release button
(press to remove tray for cleaning).
B
A
Preferably use the partition A when
washing with a liquid detergent for
washing, to ensure that the correct
quantity of detergent is used (the
partition is included in the bag
containing the instructions).
Move the partition into slot B when
using detergent powder.
FIRST TIME USE
See the section DAILY USE for instructions on selecting and starting a
programme.
First cycle operation
Remove any manufacturing debris:
1. Select the
programme with a temperature setting of 60 °C.
2. Pour a small quantity of detergent powder into the main wash
compartment of the detergent dispenser (maximum 1/3 of the
quantity the detergent manufacturer recommends for lightly soiled
laundry).
3. Start the programme without loading the washer dryer machine
(with empty drum).
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DAILY USE
For more information on functions, a more detailed guide may
be requested or downloaded from the website following the
instructions given on the last page. WWW
1. LOADING LAUNDRY.
• Prepare the laundry, following the
recommendations given in the section “HINTS AND
TIPS”. - Open the door and load the laundry into the
drum, without exceeding the maximum load
capacities indicated in the Programme Chart.
• Close the door, pressing until the latch
audibly locks, and check that there is no
laundry trapped between the door glass
and the rubber seal.
2. OPEN THE WATER TAP
Check that the washer dryer is connected correctly
to the water mains. Open the water tap.
3. SWITCHING ON THE WASHER DRYER MACHINE.
Press button
; the lamp
flashes slowly.
4. SELECTING A PROGRAMME AND CUSTOMISING A CYCLE.
The following functions are possible with this appliance:
• Wash only
• Wash and dry
• Dry only
Wash only
Select the required programme with the PROGRAMME
selector dial. The duration of the wash cycle is shown on the
display. The washer dryer machine automatically displays the
maximum temperature and spin speed settings possible for
the selected programme. Adjust the temperature and/or spin
speed settings if needed with the relative buttons.
• Press button “
” to cycle through progressively lower
temperature settings until cold wash is set (“- -“) shown on
display.
• Press button “ ” to cycle through progressively lower
spin speed settings until the spin cycle is turned off (“0”
shown on display).
Pressing the button again sets the highest possible setting.
Select the required options (if necessary).
• Press the button to select the option; the respective button
lamp illuminates.
• Press the button again to cancel the option; the lamp
extinguishes.
! If the selected option is not compatible with the
programme set, an error warning tone sounds and the
indicator lamp flashes three times. The option is not selected.
Wash and dry
To wash and dry a load with no interruption between the
wash and dry cycles, make sure that the load does not
exceed the maximum permissible drying load for the
selected programme (see the column “Max. load for drying
cycle” in the Programme chart).
1. Follow the instructions given in the paragraph “Wash Only”
to select and, if necessary, customise the required
programme.
2. Press “
” to select the required drying mode. Two drying
modes are available: automatic or timer.
- Automatic drying with selectable levels:
In automatic drying mode, the washer dryer machine dries the
laundry until the set level of dryness is reached. Pressing
button “
” once automatically selects the highest drying
level available for the selected programme. Press the button
again to reduce the drying level.
The following levels are available:
Wardrobe : laundry is completely dry and ready to be put
away in the wardrobe without ironing.
Hanger
: laundry is left slightly damp to minimise
creasing. Garments must be hung to air dry completely.
Iron
: garments are left reasonably damp to make ironing
easier.
- Timer drying mode:
Press button “
” repeatedly to set timer drying mode.
After cycling through all the automatic drying levels,
continue pressing button “
” until the desired time is
displayed. Values from 210 to 30 minutes are settable.
To wash a load of laundry larger than the maximum
permissible load for drying (see the column “Max. load for
drying cycle” in the Programme chart), remove a few garments
once the washing cycle has finished before starting the
drying cycle. Proceed as follows:
1. Follow the instructions given in the paragraph “Wash Only”
to select and, if necessary, customise the required
programme.
2. Do not include a drying cycle.
3. Once the washing cycle is finished, open the door and
remove a few garments to reduce the load. Now follow the
instructions for “Dry only”.
N.B.: always allow a cooling down period after drying before
opening the door.
When using the two preset cycles “
’” and “
is not necessary to select and start a drying cycle.
’”, it
Dry only
This function is used to simply dry a wet load washed
previously in the washer dryer or by hand.
1. Select a suitable programme for the laundry you want to dry
(e.g. select cotton to dry wet cotton laundry).
2. Press button “
” to dry without a wash cycle.
3. Press “
” to select the required drying mode. Two drying
modes are available: automatic or timer.
- Automatic drying with selectable levels:
In automatic drying mode, the washer dryer machine dries
the laundry until the set level of dryness is reached. Pressing
button “
” once automatically selects the highest drying
level available for the selected programme. Press the button
again to reduce the drying level.
The following levels are available:
Wardrobe : laundry is completely dry and ready to be put
away in the wardrobe without ironing.
Hanger
: laundry is left slightly damp to minimise
creasing. Garments must be hung to air dry completely.
Iron
: garments are left reasonably damp to make ironing
easier.
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- Timer drying mode:
Press button “
” repeatedly to set timer drying mode.
After cycling through all the automatic drying levels,
continue pressing button “
” until the desired time is
displayed.
Values from 210 to 30 minutes are settable.
N.B.: always allow a cooling down period after drying before
opening the door.
5. USING THE CORRECT AMOUNT OF DETERGENT. Pull out
the tray and pour detergent into the relative compartments
as described in “Detergent dispenser”. This is only necessary
when using a wash only or a wash + dry programme.
6. DELAYING THE START OF A PROGRAMME. To set a
programme to start at a later time, see the section “Options
and Functions”.
7. STARTING A PROGRAMME.
Press the START/PAUSE button. The relative indicator lamp
illuminates, the door locks and the door open
symbol
extinguishes. To change a programme while a cycle is in
progress, press START/PAUSE to pause the washer dryer (the
START/ PAUSE lamp flashes amber slowly); then select the
required cycle and press START/PAUSE again. To open the
door while a cycle is in progress, press START/PAUSE; the door
may be opened if the
symbol lights. Press the START/
PAUSE button again to resume the programme from where it
was paused.
8. CANCELLING A RUNNING PROGRAMME (IF NECESSARY)
Press and hold the button
until the washer dryer stops.
If the water level and temperature are low enough, the door
unlocks and may be opened.
The door remains locked if there is water in the drum. To
unlock the door, switch the washer dryer on, select the
programme and turn the spin function off by setting the spin
speed to 0. The water is emptied and the door unlocks at the
end of the programme.
9. SWITCHING THE WASHER DRYER OFF AT THE END OF A
PROGRAMME.
At the end of the cycle, the message “END” is shown on the
display. The door can only be opened when the
symbol
lights. Check that the door unlocked symbol is lit, then open
the door and take out the laundry.
Press
to switch the washer dryer off. To save energy, if the
washer dryer is not switched off manually with the
button, it turns off automatically approximately 30 minutes
after the end of the programme.
Leave the door ajar to let the interior of the washer dryer dry.
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HINTS AND TIPS
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RULES FOR SEPARATING LAUNDRY
• Fabric type / indications on label (cotton, mixed fibres, synthetic,
wool, handwash items)
• Colour (separate coloured garments from whites, wash new
coloured items separately)
• Size (wash items of different sizes in the same load to improve
washing efficacy and weight distribution in the drum)
• Delicates (place small items – such as nylon stockings – and
garments with clasps – such as braziers – in a laundry bag or in a
pillow case with a zip).
EMPTY POCKETS
• Objects such as coins or safety pins can damage laundry and the
washer dryer drum.
WASH SYMBOLS
ON GARMENT LABELS
The value given in the tub symbol is the maximum temperature
possible for washing the garment.
Normal mechanical action
Reduced mechanical action
Much reduced mechanical action
Hand wash only
Do not wash
CLEAN THE WATER FILTER REGULARLY
• This is needed to prevent the filter from blocking and preventing
the water from draining correctly. See the section “Cleaning and
Maintenance” / “Cleaning the water filter” in the detailed guide
that may be requested or downloaded from the website. WWW
SAVING ENERGY AND PROTECTING THE
ENVIRONMENT
• Keeping within the load limits indicated in the programme chart
will optimise energy, water and detergent consumption and
reduce washing times.
• Do not exceed the detergent quantities recommended by the
detergent manufacturer.
• Save energy by using a 60°C instead of a 90°C wash programme,
or by using a 40°C instead of a 60°C wash programme. We
recommend using the “
” 60°C programme for cotton
garments, which is longer but uses less energy.
• To save energy and time when washing and drying, select
highest spin speed available for the programme to reduce the
residual water remaining in the garments at the end of the wash
cycle.
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PROGRAMME CHART
1600
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7
-
SYNTHETICS (3)
- 60°C
1200
5,5
5
RAPID 30’
- 30°C
800
4
-
SPORT
- 40°C
600
4,5
4,5
-
WASH & DRY 45’
30°C
1600
1
1
WASH & DRY 90’
30°C
1200
2
2
SPIN & DRAIN *
-
1600
9
7
RINSE & SPIN
-
1600
9
7
WHITE
- 90°C
1600
9
7
ECO COTTON (1)
- 60°C
1600
9
7
WOOL
- 40°C
800
2,5
2,5
DELICATES
- 30°C
0
1
1000
5,5
COLOURS 15°
Selectable/optional
15°C
-
Not selectable/applicable
Liquid
- 60°C
Powder
COTTON (2)
Recommended detergent
Softener
-
Prewash
5,5
Main
Duration (Minutes)
5,5
The duration of the programme is shown on the display.
Max. load for drying cycle (kg)
1000
Drying
- 40°C
Max. spin speed
(rpm)
MIXED
Programme
Max. load for wash
cycle (kg)
Available temperatures
Detergents and
additives
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
(90°)
-
-
1
-
-
5,5
-
-
Required quantity
Optional quantity
For wash programmes with temperatures above 50°C, we recommend using powder detergent rather than liquid, and following the directions given on
the detergent package.
* Select the
programme and set the spin speed to 0 to empty only.
1) Test programme in compliance with standard EN 50229 (Wash): select the “
” programme with a temperature of 60°C.
2) Long cotton programme: set the “
“ programme with a temperature of 40°C.
3) Synthetic program along: set the “ “ programme with a temperature of 40°C.
Test programme in compliance with standard EN 50229 (Drying): select the “
first drying cycle must be carried out with the nominal load.
“ wash programme and set the drying level to “
”, for both loads. The
The cycle duration indicated on the display or in the manual is an estimated time calculated for standard conditions. The actual cycle time may vary in relation
to a number of different factors, such as inlet water temperature and pressure, ambient temperature, quantity of detergent, size and type of load, load
balancing and any additional optional functions selected.
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PROGRAMMES
Follow the directions indicated in the garment wash
symbols.
MIXED
For washing lightly to normally soiled resilient garments in
cotton, linen, synthetic fibres and mixed fibres.
COTTON
for washing normally to heavily soiled towels, underwear, table
and bed linen etc. in resilient cotton and linen.
SYNTHETICS
for washing normally soiled garments made from synthetic
fibres (such as polyester, polyacrylic, viscose etc.) or cotton/
synthetic blends.
SPIN & DRAIN
spins the load then empties the water. For resilient garments.
RINSE & SPIN
rinses and then spins. For resilient garments.
WHITE
For washing normally to heavily soiled towels, underwear, table
and bed linen, etc in resilient cotton and linen. Only when the
temperature is selected at 90°C the cycle is provided with a
prewash phase before main washing phase. In this case it is
recommended to add detergent both, in the prewash and main
wash section.
RAPID 30’
for washing lightly soiled garments quickly: this cycle lasts only 30
minutes, saving time and energy. Maximum load 4 Kg.
ECO COTTON
for washing normally soiled cotton garments. At 40°C and
60°C, this is the standard cotton programme and the most
efficient and terms of water and energy consumption.
SPORT
For washing lightly soiled sports clothing (tracksuits, shorts, etc.).
For best results, we recommend not exceeding the maximum load
indicated in the ‚‘‘PROGRAMME CHART‘‘. We recommend using
liquid detergent , and adding the amount suitable for half-load.
WOOL
All wool garments can be washed using programme ‚“Wool“
even those carryng the “hand-wash only “ label. For best results,
use special detergents and do not exceed max kg declaration
of laundry.
WASH & DRY 45’
for washing and drying lightly soiled cotton and synthetic fibre
garments quickly. This cycle washes and dries a laundry load of
up to 1 Kg in just 45 minutes.
DELICATES
for washing particularly delicate garments. Preferably turn
garments inside out before washing.
WASH & DRY 90’
for washing and drying cotton and synthetic fibre garments
quickly. This cycle washes and dries a laundry load of up to 2 Kg in
just 90 minutes.
COLOURS 15°
This cycle helps protect colours by washing in cold water (15°C)
and uses less energy to heat the water while still offering
satisfactory wash results. Suitable for lightly soiled, ustained
garments. This cycle offers wash results comparable to 40°c
mixed at just 15°C
OPTIONS AND FUNCTIONS
OPTIONS selectable directly by pressing the relative
button
! If the selected option is not compatible with the
programme set, an error warning tone sounds and the
indicator lamp flashes three times. The option is not
selected.
FRESHCARE+
If associated with wash cycles, this option increases their
performances by generating steam to block proliferation
of the main sources of unpleasant odours inside the
appliance (exclusively for the wash). After the steam phase,
the machine runs a delicate cycle with slow drum
rotations. When the FRESHCARE+ option is associated with
drying cycles, it prevents stubborn creases from stabilising
on garments, thanks to slow drum rotations.
The FreshCare+ cycle starts at the end of the wash or
drying cycle and continues for maximum 6 hours; it can be
interrupted at any time by pressing any button on the
control panel, or by turning the knob. Wait roughly 5
minutes before opening the door.
h. START DELAY
To set the selected programme to start at a later time, press
the button to set the desired delay time. The h. symbol
lights on the display when this function is enabled. To cancel
the delayed start, press the button again until the value “0” is
shown on the display.
LOCK BUTTON
to lock the control panel, press and hold the button “
” for
approximately 3 seconds. the symbol
lights on the
display to indicate that the control panel is locked (with the
exception of the
button). This prevents unintentional
changes to programmes, especially with children near the
machine.
If any attempt is made to use the control panel, the symbol
flashes on the display.
To unlock the control panel, press and hold the button “
”
for approximately 3 seconds.
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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
See the Instructions for use for instructions on maintenance
procedures and troubleshooting problems.
HOW TO RECEIVE THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
> Phone the After-Sales Service
> Use this QR Code
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TECHNICAL DOSSIER
The technical dossier containing energy consumption figures may be
downloaded from the Whirlpool website http://docs.whirlpool.eu
CONTACTING THE AFTER-SALES SERVICE
When contacting the After-Sales Service, you will need to be able to
provide the codes indicated on the adhesive label on the inner side
of the door. The telephone number is indicated in the warranty
booklet.
> Download the guide from the Whirlpool website
http://docs.whirlpool.eu
To do this, you need to enter the correct commercial code of the
product indicated on the adhesive label.
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Viale G.Borghi 27
21025 Comerio - Italy
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