Gorenje W8544PA Washing machine Owner Manual

Gorenje W8544PA Washing machine Owner Manual
EN
DETAILED
INSTRUCTIONS
HOW TO USE YOUR
WASHING MACHINE
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We thank you for your trust
and the purchase of our washing
machine.
Your new washing machine complies
with the requirements of modern
laundry care. Your laundry will
be impeccably white even at low
temperatures, owing to special
washing programs like Ultra White.
SensoCare technology allows simple
control of the washing machine.
Your washing machine is highly
economical when it comes to use of
power, water, and detergent.
The washing machine is intended
exclusively for use in households, for
washing the laundry that is indicated
as machine washable.
It is essential to read these instructions.
Table of contents
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
INTRODUCTION
10 WASHING MACHINE
11 Technical information
12 Front panel
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15
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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
Removal of transport brackets
Selecting the room
Installation
Water inlet connection
Aqua-stop
Total aqua - stop
Water outlet connection
Connect the appliance to the mains supply
Moving and transport
Subsequent transport
PREPARING
THE
APPLIANCE
FOR THE
FIRST USE
23 BEFORE THE USE
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WASHING STEPS (1 - 7)
1. Step: Check the tags on your laundry
2. Step: Preparing the washing process
3. Step: Choosing a programme
4. Step: Choosing the settings
5. Step: Selecting additional functions
6. Step: Program start
7. Step: End of washing program
STEPS OF THE
WASHING
PROCESS
CLEANING &
MAINTENANCE
OF THE
APPLIANCE
39 INERRUPTING AND CHANCHING THE PROGRAM
41 What to do ...?
42 Troubleshooting table
TROUBLESHOOTING
44 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR WASHING AND ECONOMIC USE YOUR
WASHING MACHINE
46 Grandma's advice for natural stain removal
48 DISPOSAL
49 TYPICAL CONSUMPTION TABLE
OTHER
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35 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
35 Cleaning the detergent dispenser
36 Cleaning the dispenser housing, inlet hose screen and door
rubber gasket
37 Cleaning the filter
38 Cleaning the washing machine
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please, do not use the washing machine without
reading and understanding these instructions or use
first.
Be sure to remove transport brackets prior first use
of the appliance. Attempted operation of the blocked
machine may result in irreparable damage which is not
covered by the manufacturer’s warranty!
When connecting your washing machine to water
supply, be sure to use the supplied water inlet hose
and sealing gaskets.
Failure to observe the instructions for use or
inappropriate use of the washing machine may result in
damage to the laundry or machine, or injury to the user.
Keep the instructions for use handy, near the washing
machine.
Do not install the machine in a room where
temperature can drop below 0°C. Parts of the machine
may be damaged if the water inside them freezes.
Install the washing machine in a perfectly horizontal
position, on solid flat (concrete) floor.
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Follow the instructions for correct installation and
water and mains connections (see chapter "Installation
and connections").
Never immerse the end of the drain hose into the
draining water.
Prior starting the washing cycle lock the door by
pressing them at the designed spot.
Door may not be open during the washing cycle.
We recommend running the self-cleaning program
before the first wash in order to remove any impurities
from the washing machine drum. (See chapter on”
Selecting additional functions”.
Use only detergents and softeners for machine wash.
Manufacturer may not assume responsibility for any
damage and eventual discolouring of gaskets and
plastic components as a consequence of incorrect use
of bleach and/or colouring agents.
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For removal of lime residues use such agents with
added anti-corrosion agents. Follow the manufacturer’s
instructions. Finish the lime removal by multiple rinsing
to remove completely eventual acid residues (e.g.
vinegar etc.).
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Never use detergents containing solvents, since there
is a danger of creating toxic gasses which may damage
the machine and result in ignition or explosion.
This product does not release silver ions during the
washing cycle.
This machine can only be used with low-sudsing
powder or liquid laundry detergent. Not using a proper
laundry detergent will damage your appliance and
will void the warranty. Please feel free to call your
customer support centre toll-free at 1-888-246-7365 if
you have any questions.
Upon completion of the washing cycle, close the water
faucet and unplug the mains cord.
Before transporting the machine after it has been
used, block the drum by inserting at least one transport
blocking rod. Disconnect the appliance from the mains
power before inserting the rod!
Rating plate with basic information is located above
the opening of the machine.
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Leave any repairs and similar tasks on the washing
machine to an expert. Unprofessional repair may result
in an accident or major malfunction.
The warranty shall not apply to consumables, minor
discoloration or deviations of colour, increased noise
level as a consequence of appliance age, which does
not affect appliance functionality, and aesthetical
deficiencies which do not affect appliance functionality
or safety.
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The appliance is intended exclusively for use in
households. If the appliance is used for professional
purposes, for profit, or for purposes beyond regular
use in a household, or if appliance is used by a person
who is not a consumer, the warranty period equals the
shortest warranty period possible as stipulated by the
relevant legislation.
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Children under 3 years should be kept away from the
machine unless they are not constantly supervised at
all times.
The appliance is manufactured in compliance with all
relevant safety standards.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe
way and understand the hazards involved. Children
shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.
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BEFORE CONNECTING THE WASHING MACHINE
Carefully read the instructions for use
before connecting the washing machine.
Repair or any warranty claim resulting
from incorrect connection or use of the
washing machine shall not be covered by
the warranty.
The appliance is to be connected to the
water mains using new hose-sets and
that old hosesets should not be reused.
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To avoid hazard, damaged power
cord may only be replaced by the
manufacturer, authorized service
technician, or other authorized person.
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WASHING MACHINE
(WASHING MACHINE DESCRIPTION)
FRONT
1
2
3
4
1
2
Front panel
Dispenser
Door
Filter
3
4
BACK
1
2
3
4
Water inlet pipe
Power cord
Water discharge pipe
Adjustable feet
2
3
1
4
4
4
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
(DEPENDING ON THE MODEL)
The rating plate with the basic information on the washing machine
is located under the washing machine door.
Maximum load
See rating plate
See rating plate (SLIM)
Width
600 mm
600 mm
Height
850 mm
850 mm
Depth
600 mm
440 mm
Depth with door open
108 cm
92 cm
Washing machine weight
x kg
(depending on the model)
x kg
(depending on the model)
Rated Voltage
See rating plate
See rating plate
Nominal power
See rating plate
See rating plate
Connection
See rating plate
See rating plate
Water pressure
See rating plate
See rating plate
Current
See rating plate
See rating plate
Frequency
See rating plate
See rating plate
Rating plate
TYPE: PS10/XXX
MODEL: XXXXXX
Art.No.: XXXXXX
Ser.No.: XXXXXX
AC 220-240V 60 Hz
15A Pmax.: 2400W
2000W
XXX/min Xkg 0,05-0,8 MPa
MADE IN SLOVENIA
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FRONT PANEL
2a
3a
2b
2c
1
2
1
Washing machine ON/
OFF and program
SELECTOR DIAL
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3
2
3
2a ECOcare
2b ALLERGYcare
2c TIMEcare
3a SIGNAL LIGHTS for
indicating the WASHING
TEMPERATURE/ for COLD
WASH
a , b, c WASHING
STYLE keys
(SensoCare)
WASHING
TEMPERATURE key
5b
6a
h
4a
6b
5a
6c
4
7
5
START|PAUSE
4
SPINNING RPM / PUMP
/ STOP PUMP key
4a SIGNAL LIGHTS for
displaying the SPINNING
RPM/PUMP OPERATION/
PUMP STOP
5
6
a , b, c ADDITIONAL
FUNCTION keys
6a Prewash
6b Extra water
6c SterilTub
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START/PAUSE key
Use this key to start or
stop the program.
When the machine is turned
on, the signal light on the
key starts to flash; when the
program is started, it is lit
continuously.
START DELAY key
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5a START DELAY display, or
time remaining until the end
of the washing cycle
5b CHILD LOCK signal light
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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
REMOVAL OF TRANSPORT BRACKETS
1
Move the pipes.
Loosen screws
at the rear of the
machine.
2
Remove the
brackets.
3
Slide brackets
into the groove
on the blocking
rod - the right one
should be turned
around.
4
Close the openings with attached
plastic pegs.
Use the
brackets to
rotate blocking rods
for 90° and pull
them out.
Be careful to prevent personal injury.
In removing the wrapping be careful not to damage the
appliance with a sharp object.
Remove transport protection devices; as running the washing
machine with the blocking rods in place could result in
damage. Save transport brackets for eventual later use.
Warranty shall be void in cases of such damage.
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SELECTING THE ROOM
The appliance should be placed on a surface with concrete
base; the surface should be dry and clean in order to
prevent slipping. The adjustable feet should also be
cleaned before installation.
INSTALLATION
Use a water scale and spanner No. 32 (for feet) and 17 (for the nut).
1
Put the appliance
in horizontal
position by turning
the adjustable
legs. The legs are
adjustable up to +/1 cm.
2
After adjusting
the height of
the feet, firmly
tighten the jam
nuts (counter nuts)
using a spanner No
17, by turning them
towards the bottom
of the washing
machine (see
figure).
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Incorrect levelling of the washing machine with the
adjustable legs may cause vibration, moving of the
appliance across the space, and loud operation. Incorrect
levelling of the washing machine is not subject to warranty.
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If you have a tumble dryer of the same dimensions, you can place
it on top of the washing machine by using the vacuum feet or side
by side.
4X
Before connecting the appliance, let it warm up to room
temperature (wait at least two hours).
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WATER INLET CONNECTION
Make sure that your water tap is turned off. Attach the supplied brass adaptor to the cold
water tap. Then attach the water inlet hose to the brass adaptor. Tighten plastic parts on
the hose using your hand.
Insert the gasket with a filter net into the straight inlet hose attachment nut and screw the
nut onto the water tap (with some models, the gasket with filter net is already fitted and
any additional fitting into the nut on the straight attachment is not required).
A
A
AQUASTOP
B
B
TOTAL AQUASTOP
C
REGULAR
ATTACHMENT
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To ensure correct operation of the appliance, water pressure inlet
must be between 0,05 and 0,8 MPa. Minimum water pressure can be
established by measuring the quantity of poured out water. 3 litres of
water must be poured out from completely opened tap in 15 seconds.
If your model has connections for both hot and cold water, then
connect one hose to the cold water supply (blue wing nut or blue
mark on the hose) and the other one to the hot water supply (red
wing nut or red mark on the hose), as indicated on the back wall of the
appliance (letters C and H) (C - cold; H – hot).
Hot water (a mixture of hot and cold water) is added only on the
programs of 60° or more.
The inlet hose should be tightened manually (max. 2 Nm), firmly
enough to prevent any leaks. After tightening the hose, check for any
leaks. Use of pliers, wrenches, or other similar tools is not allowed
when installing the hose, as these tools can damage the nut thread.
AQUA-STOP
(CERTAIN MODELS ONLY)
In case of damage on the interior pipe, leaking is prevented by automatic closing system
which stops water inlet to the machine. In such cases display (A) turns red. Inlet pipe must
be replaced.
A
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TOTAL AQUA - STOP
(CERTAIN MODELS ONLY)
In case of damage on the interior pipe, leaking is prevented by automatic closing system
which stops water inlet to the machine. Protection system will also detect whether there
is any water leakage in the washing machine interior. In such cases, washing is suspended,
water supply is cut off, and machine switches on the pump and signals an error.
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Do not immerse the Aqua-stop system inlet pipe into the
water, because it contains the electric valve!
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WATER OUTLET CONNECTION
Fix the drain hose to run into the sink or the bathtub, or connect
it directly to the wall drain outlet (diameter min. 4 cm). The end
of outlet hose should be placed between minimum 60 cm and
maximum 100 cm above the floor level. It can be attached in three
ways (A, B, C).
max 150 cm
Outlet hose
can be led into
a wash basin or a
bathtub. Use a string
to attach the hose
to the opening in
the elbow support
to prevent it from
slipping to the floor.
B
Drain hose
can also be
attached directly to
the basin drain.
max 100 cm
A
A
B
C
m
min 60 cm
max 100 cm
ax
90
cm
C
Drain hose
can also be
connected to a wall
drain with a trap
that is properly
installed to allow
cleaning.
max 90 cm
max 160 cm
A
B
C
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max 100 cm
ax
m
cm
min 60 cm
0
-4
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CONNECT THE APPLIANCE TO THE MAINS
SUPPLY
2h
After it is installed for the first time, the washing machine should
be left to stand still for two hours before it is connected to the
power mains.
Use the power cord to connect the washing machine to the power
mains through a power outlet. The washing machine may not be
connected to the power mains through an extension cable (danger
of overheating and fire). Nominal voltage and other information is
given on the rating plate located under the door frame.
To prevent from damage by excess voltage on the mains due
to lightning strike we recommend to use a class I over-voltage
protector between the machine and the mains.
The wall socket must be accessible at all times and must be
equipped with an earth lead (in accordance with the local
safety regulations).
The permanent connection must be fitted by an authorized
personnel only.
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Never plug the appliance into the electric shaver socket or
hair dryer socket.
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MOVING AND TRANSPORT
After transport, the washing machine should be left to stand
still for at least two hours before it is connected to the power
mains.
We recommend that installation and connection should be
done by a qualified person.
Before connecting the appliance, read the instructions for
use. Repair or any warranty claim resulting from incorrect
connection or use of the appliance shall not be covered by the
warranty.
SUBSEQUENT TRANSPORT
Before transporting the washing machine, insert at lease one
blocking rod (transport protection) in order to avoid damage to
the washing machine.
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BEFORE THE USE
Open the door of the unplugged washing machine by pulling the
lever towards you.
2
Clean the washing
machine drum
before using the
appliance for the
first time. Use a
damp cloth and a
mild cleaning agent,
or run the selfcleaning program.
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WASHING STEPS (1 - 7)
1. STEP: CHECK THE TAGS ON YOUR LAUNDRY
Normal wash
Delicate wash
Whitening
Max.
washing
95°C
Max.
washing
60°C
Max.
washing
40°C
Max.
washing
30°C
95
60
40
30
95
60
40
30
Whitening in cold water
Manual
washing
Washing
not
allowed
Whitening not allowed
c1
Dry cleaning
Dry cleaning in
all solvents
A
Perchloretyhlene R11, R113,
Petrolej
P
Dry cleaning in
kerosene, in pure
alcohol and in
R 113
Dry cleaning
not allowed
F
Ironing
Hot iron max.
200°C
Hot iron max.
150°C
Hot iron max.
110°C
Ironing not
allowed
Drying
Place on flat
surface
Hang wet
High temp.
Tumble drying
not allowed
Hang
Low temp.
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2. STEP: PREPARING THE WASHING PROCESS
2.
3.
Sort the laundry by type of fabric, colour, soiling, and allowed washing temperature
(see Program table).
Close the buttons and zippers, tie any ribbons, and turn the pockets inside-out;
remove any metal clips that could damage the laundry and washing machine interior,
or clog the drain.
Place very delicate laundry and small items in a special protective sack.
(The special-purpose textile bag is available separately.)
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SWITCHING ON THE WASHING MACHINE
Connect the washing machine to the power mains using the power
cord, and connect it to water supply.
To light up the drum (certain models only), rotate the program
selector dial to any position.
1
2
LOADING THE WASHING MACHINE
Open the door of the washing machine by pulling the lever towards
you.
Load the laundry into the drum (check that the drum is empty).
Close the door of the washing machine.
1
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2
3
3. STEP: CHOOSING A PROGRAMME
To select a program, rotate the program selector dial to the left or
to the right (according to the type or how soiled the laundry is).
See Program Table.
1
1
During operation, the dial will not rotate automatically.
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Washing programs are entire programs that include all washing
stages, including conditioning and spinning.
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PROGRAM TABLE
Program:
Cotton
– 95 °C
Mix/Synthetics
; 30 °C – 60 °C
Hand Wash /
Delicate
; 30 °C – 40 °C
Max. load
Type of laundry
9 kg/ 8 kg/
7 kg/
6 kg
Non-sensitive cotton and linen
laundry (towels, underwear,
T-shirts, terry towelling and
underwear, stockinette,
7 kg"/ 6,5 kg"/ tablecloths, kitchen cloths etc.).
6 kg"/
5 kg"
3,5 kg / 3,5 kg/ Coloured laundry (of like colours)
3,5 kg/
made of durable mixed fabrics
3 kg
(trousers, T-shirts, dresses etc.)
and other clothing made of
3 kg"/ 3 kg"/
polyester, polyamide, or mixes of
3 kg"/
these fibres with cotton (shirts,
2,5 kg"
blouses, etc.).
2,5 kg/ 2,5 kg/ Delicate laundry made of linen,
2,5 kg/
silk, wool, or viscose silk, labelled
2,5 kg
for hand wash only (dresses, skirts,
blouses etc.) and curtains. Very
1,5 kg"/ 1,5 kg"/ gentle program that preserves the
1,5 kg"/
fabric of your clothes.
1,5 kg"
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
spinning
pump stop
normal
eco care**
time care
prewash*
anti-allergic*
extra water
(*except for at 20°C,
(**except for at )
spinning
pump stop
normal
eco care**
time care
prewash**
anti-allergic*
extra water
(*except for at 30°C,
(**except for at )
•
•
•
•
•
•
spinning
pump stop
normal
time care
extra water
prewash*
(*except for at
Woollen garments and woollen
mixtures (sweaters, scarves, head
scarves etc.), labelled for machine
washing.
•
•
•
•
•
spinning
pump stop
normal
time care
extra water
Slightly soiled laundry, laundry
refreshment etc. – to save time
and energy.
•
•
•
•
spinning
pump stop
normal
prewash
2,5 kg/ 2,5 kg/ Slightly soiled sportswear made
2,5 kg/
of cotton, microfibers, synthetic
2,5 kg
fibres, at low spinning rate and
with a short final spin.
2 kg"/ 2 kg"/
2 kg"/
2 kg"
•
•
•
•
•
spinning
pump stop
normal
extra water
prewash
3,5 kg/ 3,5 kg/ Mixed coloured laundry made
3,5 kg/
of fabrics of different durability,
3,5 kg
with gentle tumbling, longer wash
times, and lower spinning rate.
3 kg"/ 3 kg"/
3 kg"/
2,5 kg"
•
•
•
•
•
spinning
pump stop
normal
extra water
prewash*
(*except for at
9 kg/ 8 kg/
7 kg/
6 kg
• spinning
• pump stop
• normal
2 kg/ 2 kg/
Wool
2 kg/
; 30 °C – 40 °C 2 kg
1 kg"/ 1 kg"/
1 kg"/
1 kg"
Quick Wash 17´
30°C
Possible combinations
2 kg/ 2 kg/
2 kg/
2 kg
)
1,5 kg"/ 1,5 kg"/
1,5 kg"/
1,5 kg"
Sportswear
30 °C - 40 °C
Night Wash
; 30 °C – 60 °C
Bio Wash
40 °C - 60 °C
7 kg"/ 6,5 kg"/
6 kg"/
5 kg "
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Cold wash
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Washing the laundry with very
little to no detergent and by using
eco wash balls.
)
)
)
Program:
Perfect Black
30 °C
Ultra White
30 °C
Partial programs
Rinse
Softening
Spinning/
Pumping
Max. load
Type of laundry
Possible combinations
2,5 kg/ 2,5 kg/ Dark laundry using special2,5 kg/
purpose detergents for black
2,5 kg
laundry, with gentle tumbling and
lower spinning rates
2 kg"/ 2 kg"/
2 kg"/
2 kg "
• spinning
• pump stop
• normal
2,5 kg/ 2,5 kg/ Delicate, slightly soiled laundry
2,5 kg/
like bras, lace underwear, using
2,5 kg
special-purpose detergents
for white delicate laundry... for
2 kg"/ 2 kg"/
washing at low temperatures
2 kg"/
with gentle tumbling and lower
2 kg "
spinning rate.
• spinning
• pump stop
• normal
these are independent programs. Use them when you feel you do not need the
entire washing program. Before selecting a new program, the washing machine
has to be switched to "OFF" position for 1 second). Decrease spinning speed by
pressing the (4) key.
rinsing of the laundry (including hand washed laundry) without spinning
between the rinsing cycles, with one final spinning cycle.
"Extra water" can be selected by pressing the (6b) key.
for softening, starching, or impregnating previously washed laundry. It can also
be used as a short rinse, but without adding any conditioner.
It is completed with an additional rinse.
"Extra water" can be selected by pressing the (6b) key.
for spinning the laundry.
If you wish to pump out the water from the machine, without spinning, then
(Pumping).
press the (4) key several times to decrease the setting to
"Data for SLIM
Favourite Wash 1
To store a program, that you have customized. First, select the program
(rotate the program selector dial to the desired position) and adjust the
settings as desired.
To save, press and hold the (6a) and (7) keys. The display will read P1
and an acoustic signal will be emitted.
The program will remain stored until you change it with the same
procedure.
Favourite Wash 2
To store a program, that you have customized. First, select the program
(rotate the program selector dial to the desired position) and adjust the
settings as desired.
To save, press and hold the (6b) and (7) keys. The display will read P2
and an acoustic signal will be emitted.
The program will remain stored until you change it with the same
procedure.
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To improve your washing results we recommend 2/3 load on
Cotton programs.
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4. STEP: CHOOSING THE SETTINGS
Each program features basic settings which, however, can be changed.
To change a setting, press the relevant key (before pressing the START/PAUSE key).
Some settings cannot be selected with some programs; an acoustic signal and a flashing
light will remind you of such cases (see Program Table).
h
6a
6b
6c
2
2
3
4
5
Washing style
NORMALcare
(basic settings)
ECOcare
(energy-saving wash – longer washing time, less water).
ALLERGYcare
(for laundry belonging to people who are particularly sensitive to
detergents – using more water, with additional rinse)
TIMEcare
(time-saving wash – shorter washing time, more water).
Half load is recommended for the Cotton program.
Light on the key for selected washing mode is lit.
3
Washing temperature
Changing the temperature on the selected program
Each program has a preset temperature which can be changed by
pressing the (3) key.
( Means cold wash)
Light next to the selected temperature is lit.
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4
Spinning
To change the spinning rate by steps, from the rpm rate that was
preset on the selected program down to “ ” (pumping the water,
without spinning). The last setting is “ ” (Pumping) – the laundry
remains soaked in water from the last rinse.
Use this option if you wish to prevent creasing of the laundry when
you know you do not have the time to take it from the washing
machine immediately after the washing program is completed.
Light next to the selected spinning rpm is lit.
Start delay
Use this function to start the washing cycle after a certain amount
of time has elapsed. Press the (5) key to display 0:00 on the
display unit (5a).
By pressing the (5) key, you can adjust the time in 30-minute steps
up to 2 hours, and by 1-hour steps up to 24 hours.
If nothing is pressed for 5 seconds, actual washing time will be
displayed.
To reset the program end time, press the (5) key again.
The function is activated when the START/PAUSE key is pressed.
Time is counted down by minutes. When the countdown reaches
zero, the selected washing program will start automatically.
•
To interrupt or change the program delay time press the
START/PAUSE key. Press the (5) key to select a new delay
time and confirm it by pressing the START/PAUSE key.
•
to quickly cancel the setting of delay time, press the (5) key
and hold it for 3 seconds; then, press the START/PAUSE key
to resume the washing program.
•
In case of a power supply failure before the delay time has
elapsed, press the START/PAUSE key to resume the delay
time countdown.
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5. STEP: SELECTING ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
To activate/deactivate a function,
press the relevant key (before
pressing the START/PAUSE key).
6a
6b
Some functions cannot be selected with
some programs; an acoustic signal and a
flashing light will remind you of such cases
(see Program Table).
6c
6a
Prewash
Washing heavily soiled laundry, particularly with stubborn
superficial stains.
6b
ExtraWater
Washing with an extra amount of water and an additional rinse
with some programs.
6c
SterilTub
Removing impurities, bacteria, and any unpleasant odour from the
washing machine interior.
This setting can only be selected on the Cotton 95°C program
(Normal care); press the (6c) key. "cln" will appear on the display.
No other function can be selected simultaneously.
Empty the washing machine drum and add some powder
detergent. There should be no laundry in the washing machine
during this program.
We recommend running the self-cleaning program at least once a
month.
6a
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+ 6b
Child Lock
A safety feature. To activate the child, press the (6a) and (6b) keys
simultaneously and hold them for at least three seconds.
The selection will be confirmed by an acoustic signal and by a
signal light (the key will be lit). Follow the same procedure to
deactivate the child lock. As long as the child lock is activated,
program, settings, or additional functions cannot be changed. The
washing machine can only be switched off by rotating the program
selector dial (1) to the "0" position.
Child lock remains active even after the washing machine is
switched off. To select a new program, the child lock must first be
deactivated.
ACOUSTIC SIGNAL
Select the acoustic signal loudness by simultaneously pressing the (6c) key and rotating
the program selector dial (1) clockwise to the initial position.
Each time a key is pressed, the final loudness level is changed (three levels; press the 6a
key to increase the setting and 6c to decrease it.). Confirm the selection by pressing the
(6b) key.
Selected loudness (sound volume) level is indicated on the display unit. The most recent
setting is stored.
After disconnecting the appliance from the power mains, all
settings will be reset to their default factory values, except for
the acoustic signal loudness and child lock setting.
OPTIMIZING PROGRAM DURATION
Using advanced technology, the appliance perceives the amount of laundry in the early
stage of the wash.
After detecting the amount of the load, the appliance automatically adjusts the program
duration.
STANDBY MODE
If no program is selected and started and no other action is taken within five minutes after
turning on the machine, the display will be automatically turned off to save energy. Signal light
on the START/PAUSE key will flash.
Signal lamps of additional functions (6a, 6b, 6c) flash intermittently.
The display will turn on again when you rotate the program selector dial or press any button.
If no action is taken after the end of the program, the display will also be turned off after five
minutes. Signal light on the START/PAUSE key will flash. Signal lamps of additional functions
(6a, 6b, 6c) flash intermittently.
P o = weighted power in ‘off mode’ [W]
0,25
P I = weighted power in the ‘left on mode’ [W]
1,00
T I = time in ‘left on mode’ [min]
10,0
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washing load may affect the washing time; the remaining time
displayed is adjusted accordingly during the washing process.
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6. STEP: PROGRAM START
Press the (7) key START/PAUSE.
Time remaining to the end of the program or start delay time (if set) will appear on the
display.
Signal lights on the selected functions will be lit.
After pressing the START/PAUSE key, you may adjust the spinning speed and activate or
deactivate the child lock; other settings, however, cannot be changed.
7. STEP: END OF WASHING PROGRAM
End of washing program will be signalled by an acoustic signal; "End" will appear on
display.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Open the washing machine door.
Take the laundry from the drum.
Close the door!
Shut off the water supply tap.
Switch off the appliance (rotate the program selector dial (1) to the "OFF" position).
Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
OFF
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Disconnect the washing machine from the mains before
cleaning!
Do not allow children to clean the appliance or perform any
maintenance tasks without proper supervision!
CLEANING THE DETERGENT DISPENSER
If necessary, clean the detergent dispenser.
Pull it out from its casing completely by pressing the flap.
1
Wash it under
running water
using a brush, and
dry it. Remove
any leftover dried
detergent from
the bottom of the
casing.
2
If required,
remove and
clean the plug cap.
3
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Clean the plug
cap under
running water and
replace it.
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CLEANING THE DISPENSER HOUSING, INLET
HOSE SCREEN AND DOOR RUBBER GASKET
1
Clean the water
inlet hose screen
frequently under
running water.
2
Clean the entire
rinsing area
of the washing
machine with a
brush, especially the
nozzles on the upper
side of the rinsing
chamber.
3
After each
wash wipe the
door rubber gasket.
This will prolong its
useful life.
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CLEANING THE FILTER
During cleaning, some water may leak. Therefore, we recommend
spreading an absorbent cloth on the floor before starting.
1
Open the filter
lid using flat
screwdriver or similar
tool.
2
Remove the water
outlet funnel
before cleaning the
filter.
3
Gradually rotate
the filter in the
counter-clockwise
direction.
Pull out the filter (and
let the water slowly
drain).
4
Clean the filter
under running
water.
Insert the filter back as shown on the picture, and tighten by
turning it in clockwise direction. To ensure good sealing the
gasket surface must be dirt free.
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Filter needs occasional cleaning, especially following heavily
shaggy or old laundry.
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CLEANING THE WASHING MACHINE
The casing should be cleaned with soft cloth and mild detergent.
Disconnect the washing machine from the mains before
cleaning!
Additional equipment and accessories for maintenance can be viewed on our website at:
www.gorenje.com/
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INERRUPTING AND CHANCHING
THE PROGRAM
Manual (physical) termination
The program can be cancelled / terminated
by rotating the program selector dial (1) to
the position. “0FF” position.
If there is water in the machine, select the
additional program (spin (+ ) key (4)).
Personal settings
You can change the original settings of
each program. Once you select a washing
program and additional functions, you may
save (store) such combination by pressing
the START/PAUSE key and keep it pressed
for 8 seconds. S C will appear on the
display.
The program will remain stored until it is
changed (using the same procedure).
FAULTS
In case of a fault, the program will be
interrupted. Flashing signal lights and
an acoustic signal will warn about such
occurrence (see section Troubleshooting),
and the fault will be indicated on the display
(E).
Power failure
At electric cutout the program is
interrupted. When the power supply is reestablished, press the START/PAUSE key
to resume the washing program. Delay time
will not be reset.
Washing time will resume from the point at
which it was interrupted.
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The program can always be stopped by
pressing the START/PAUSE. If there is no
water in the drum, the door can be opened
after a while; otherwise, the door cannot be
opened. To resume the program, press the
START/PAUSE key.
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Opening the door in case of a power
outage
In models with an electromagnetic door
lock, the door can only be opened by
simultaneously pulling the special lever
(located at the filter) and the door handle.
Opening the door (Temporary
interruption/ Permanent suspension change of program)
Washing machine door may only be opened
if the water level is sufficiently low. If it is
not, the water must first be pumped out
of the machine. Use the additional water
pumping or spinning program).
If a power failure occurs when the drum is still full of water, be
careful not to open the door before you pump the water out.
(see Programs/partial programs: Spinning/pumping).
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WHAT TO DO ...?
The washing machine shall automatically control the operation of
particular functions during the washing cycle. If any irregularity is
identified, this will be indicated by reporting (Ex) on the display.
The machine will signal the fault until it is turned off. If the fault
is on the heating system, the machine will complete the washing
program, but without heating the water.
Various interferences from the environment (e.g. electric devices)
may also cause the machine to signal faults.
In such case:
turn off the appliance and wait a few seconds,
turn on the appliance and repeat the washing program.
If the fault reoccurs, call the service center (Call centre).
The warranty does not cover faults caused by interference
from the environment (lightning strike, electric circuit, natural
disasters, etc.).
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TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
Failure
Possible cause
What to do...?
The machine does not
work – the display is not
lit.
• Machine is not powered.
Check if:
• power in the socket,
• the fuse is OK,
• plug is in the socket.
Water is leaking from the • Filter is not tightly screwed
machine.
in.
• Inlet pipe is not tightly
screwed to the machine or
to the water faucet.
• Outlet pipe fell to the floor.
• Tighten the filter properly.
• Tighten the inlet pipe.
• Affix the outlet pipe to the drain.
The machine moves
during operation.
• The machine is not properly
levelled.
• Transport brackets are not
removed.
• Level the machine with the
adjustable legs.
• Remove transport brackets.
The machine vibrates
during the spin.
• Unevenly distributed
laundry, especially with very
small quantities (for ex. only
the bathrobe).
• This is normal, the machine will
reduce the RPM if vibrations are
too strong. Wash larger quantity
of laundry.
Excessive foaming during • Excessive measure of
washing.
detergent.
• Use washing powder according
to the instructions by the
producer and according to
the water hardness and soiled
laundry. Use only detergents for
machine washing.
Laundry is not properly
spun. No failure is
reported.
• The machine switched on
the UKS* function. Because
of bad laundry balance, the
machine has automatically
reduced spin RPM.
• The machine operates normally.
Wash large and small pieces of
laundry together.
Greasy wads appear on
the laundry.
• Too little detergent (laundry
was very greasy).
• Wash the laundry again. Add
more detergent for such soiled
laundry, or use liquid detergent.
Laundry is stained after
washing.
• You used liquid detergent
or detergent for coloured
laundry which does not
contain whitener.
• Unsuitable program has
been selected.
• Use the detergent containing
whitener.
• Use special stain removers.
White powdery residues
on the laundry.
• It is not the consequence of
bad rinsing, but because of
neo-phosphate detergents
containing non soluble
components (zeolites)
for water softening.
Such substances may be
deposited upon the laundry.
• Immediately rinse the laundry
once again.
• Use liquid detergents which do
not contain zeolites.
• Try removing the residues with
the brush
Detergent residues in the • Low water flow pressure.
dispenser.
Some detergents may stick
to the dispenser rather hard
if it is wet.
• Clean the inlet pipe filter net.
• Wipe the dispenser prior loading
detergent.
Softener is not
completely rinsed,
or water is left in the
dispenser dish.
• Sucking cover is not
correctly positioned or is
clogged.
• Clean the dispenser and firmly
fix the cover to its place.
Unpleasant smell in the
washing machine drum.
• Remains of fabrics, washing
agent and softener in the
filter.
• Development of germs.
• Check whether the filter is clean.
• Run the auto-clean (SterilTub)
program (see chapter: selecting
additional functions).
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Failure
Possible cause
What to do...?
Washing time is longer
than usual. Time
indicated on the display
is corrected during the
washing cycle.
• Low temperature of inlet
water.
• The machine switched on
the UKS* system because of
uneven laundry load.
• Low mains voltage.
• There has been a failure in
the power supply.
• Washing program time may be
up to 60% longer; however, this
does not imply a fault in the
machine.
• Washing time is extended by the
power supply down-time
• Additional rinses may prolong
the washing program time.
E2
Washing program does
not start
• At the start of the
washing cycle: washing
time will flash
• Open door or door not
properly closed.
• Close the door by pushing it
towards the machine.
• Push START again.
E3
Water is not supplied to
the machine.
• Water level has not been
reached.
• Disturbed water inlet.
Check if:
• the water tap is open,
• inlet pipe net filter is clean.
• Push the START button.
• Heater failure.
E6
Program temperature not • Inlet water too cold.
• Manual addition of water.
reached.
E7
Water is poorly pumped
out or not at all.
• Water outlet is clogged.
• Turn off the appliance and wait
for a few seconds.
• Turn the appliance back on and
repeat the washing program.
• If the failure is reported again,
call a service technician.
Check if:
• the filter is clean,
• outlet pipe is not jammed,
• the drain is clogged,
• outlet pipe is positioned higher
than 1m.
• Push START again.
Unevenly distributed laundry or lumps of laundry in the washing machine drum can cause
problems such as vibration and noisy operation. The appliance will sense such problems
and activate the UKS.*
Smaller loads (e.g. one towel, one sweater, one bathrobe etc.) or clothes made of
materials with special geometrical properties are virtually impossible to distribute evenly
across the washing machine drum (slippers, large items etc.). This results in several
attempts to redistribute the laundry, which in turn leads to longer program duration. In
extreme cases of unfavourable conditions, the program can be completed without the
spinning cycle.
UKS allows stable operation and extends the useful life of the appliance.
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In case you were not successful in repairing the malfunctions in
spite of the above suggestion chart, call the nearest authorized
service shop. Repairing the failure arising from inappropriate
connections or use of the appliance is not covered by the
guarantee, and the repair expenses are paid by the customer.
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR
WASHING AND ECONOMIC USE
YOUR WASHING MACHINE
Wash new coloured garments separately
the first time.
Wash heavily soiled laundry in smaller
amounts, with more detergent or a prewash
cycle.
Treat stubborn stains with a special stain
removal agent before the wash. We
recommend using the "Grandma's advice
for natural stain removal".
With slightly soiled laundry, we recommend
a program without prewash, use of shorter
programs (e.g. Time Care) and a lower
washing temperature.
Frequent, or predominant, washing at low
temperatures, using liquid detergents, may
result in development of bacteria which
causes odour in the washing machine. To
prevent this, we recommend running the
auto-clean (SterilTub) program occasionally
(see section WASHING/ selecting additional
functions).
We recommend avoiding washing very
small amounts of laundry as this will lead
to excessive use of energy and poorer
performance.
Loosen the stacked laundry prior inserting it
into the drum.
Use only detergents for machine wash.
Add the powder or liquid detergents as
instructed by the manufacturer, according
to the washing temperature and selected
washing program.
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If water hardness level exceeds 14°dH
degrees, the use of water conditioner is
required. Any damage to the heater due to
failure to use a water conditioning agent
shall not be covered by this warranty.
Check the information on water hardness
with your local water supply company or
authority.
Chlorine-based whitening agents are not
recommended, as it can damage the heater.
Do not add hardened balls of detergent into
the detergent dispenser as this may clog
the piping in the washing machine.
If you use thick liquid softener it is
recommended to dilute it with water, to
prevent clogging of dispenser compartment
ducts.
Liquid detergents are intended for main
wash only, without pre-wash.
High spin RPM leave less moisture in
laundry which dries out much quicker in the
tumble dryer, thereby saving energy.
Hardness scale
Degree of hardness
°dH (°N)
m mol/l
°fH(°F)
p.p.m.
1 - soft
< 8,4
< 1,5
< 15
< 150
2 - medium
8,4 - 14
1,5 - 2,5
15 - 25
150 - 250
3 - hard
> 14
> 2,5
> 25
> 250
In case of hard water add detergent according to the Chart for degree 1 and add
appropriate quantity of water softener (see manufacturer’s instructions).
Washing machine is
equipped with the
dispenser left gate,
so you may pour
liquid detergent
also into the central
compartment
(depending on
model). If you use
powder detergent
the gate is lifted up,
and in case of liquid
detergent it is slid
down.
If you select the prewash ,
then only add
powder detergent
to the washing
compartment
of the detergent
dispenser.
Pre-wash
Wash
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Softening
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GRANDMA'S ADVICE FOR NATURAL STAIN
REMOVAL
Before using special-purpose stain removers, try using the natural
methods that do not harm the environment on less stubborn
stains.
However, prompt action is required! Soak the stain with an
absorbent sponge or a paper towel; then, rinse with cold
(lukewarm) water - but never with hot water!
Stain
Stain removal
Colour lacquers
use paint thinner; rinse with soapsuds (test on a hidden spot first)
Blueberries
linen – soak in buttermilk; rinse with cold water first, then with
warm water
wool – first, apply lemon juice, then rinse
silk – wipe with spirit (denatured alcohol)
Tea
rinse with cold water (stain removal soap, if required)
Chocolate
rinse with lukewarm soapsuds; apply lemon juice and rinse;
Ink
apply warm lemon juice; rinse
apply milk, wait until it dries; rinse
Felt tip pens
use a mixture of vinegar and spirit/denatured alcohol (1:1); rinse
apply warm lemon juice; rinse
Mustard
rinse with lukewarm water or soak with soda, rinse
Strawberries
soak in a mixture of vinegar and water
Eggs
sprinkle with salt and wait until it dries
Cocoa
white fabrics – soak in salt water
Curry, turmeric
use a solution of glycerine; rinse
Tar
apply regular or peanut butter; then wash
Coffee
rinse with salt water or soak in salt water
(Ball Point) Pen
spray with hair lacquer; dry, rinse with a mixture of vinegar and
water,
moisten with vodka and soak
Carrots
apply hard soap, soak in water, rinse
Shoe polish
apply cooking oil; rinse
Blood
rinse with cold water
Dried blood
soak the stain with water, soak in salt water, wash with soapsuds
Adhesive tape
iron; place a paper towel between the ironing board and the fabric
Glue
soak in spirit/denatured alcohol (or a mixture of vinegar and
water); rinse
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Stain
Stain removal
Make-up
use a glass cleaner and a paper towel
Butter
rinse with hot soapsuds (if the fabric permits);
Fat
tablecloth – sprinkle with baking soda, brush after a while
wool – remove with mineral water
use a mixture of baking soda + water (or toothpaste); dry; scrape
off
fresh stain - sprinkle with potato starch, then brush
milk – rinse first with cold and then with hot water
Burnt parts
moisten the burnt parts (e.g. from ironing) with vinegar, lemon
juice, or onion juice; rinse
Tomatoes
line the stain with slices of raw potato; rinse with warm soapsuds
Mould
soak in hot buttermilk; rinse with cold water
Sweat
soak in citric acid (12g/l of water); solution of borax; or in
undiluted vinegar; wash
delicate, wool – wipe with diluted vinegar
silk – boil potatoes in unsalted water, cool, add some alcohol, and
use the solution to wash the silk
Red beet
rinse with cold water (or apply borax), soak; wash
Red wine
sprinkle with salt, rub with lemon juice; rinse
Lipstick
rinse with lukewarm mixture of water and shampoo
Rust
coat with a mixture of lemon juice and salt; sundry (test on a
hidden part first)
soak in juice of cooked rhubarb stalk
Fruit
rinse with water, wipe the remaining part with vinegar or lemon
juice; wash
Fruit juice
cover with salt and water; leave for 15 minutes to take effect; wash
Soot
do not rub, blow off, sprinkle with flour; alternatively, sprinkle with
salt and beat out; or soak up with white bread
Resin
place the garment in a bag and freeze it; scrape the frozen stain;
put butter or fat on wool and wash
Spinach
rub with raw potatoes; wash
Stamps
rub with lemon and salt; rinse
Grass
apply diluted lemon juice; wash; if the stain is on jeans, apply
toothpaste, dry, wash
Wax
place the garment in a bag and freeze; scrape the wax; place a
paper towel on the rest and iron; wash
Chewing gum
place the garment in a bah and freeze; remove the gum
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DISPOSAL
Our appliances are packed in environmentally friendly materials
which may be recycled, deposited or decomposed without any
threat to the environment.
To this end all wrappings are marked accordingly.
The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this
product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be
handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment.
When disposing of an obsolete appliance, make sure you remove
the power cord and destroy the door switch and latch to prevent
the door from closing (children safety).
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and
human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate
waste handling of this product. For more detailed information
about recycling of this product, please contact your local city
office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where
you purchased the product.
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Duration
[min.]
WaterConsumption
[L]
Powerconsumption
[kWh]
0,95 / 0,82**
Spinning
[rpm]
57
Temp.
[°C]
181 / 168**
Cotton
Max. load
[kg]
Program
Remaining
moisture content
[%]
TYPICAL CONSUMPTION TABLE
(A-40%) ECO*
9 / 4,5**
60
1000-1600 59-44
(A-40%) ECO*
9 / 4,5**
40
1000-1600 59-44
160 / 150** 57
0,77 / 0,66**
(A-40%) ECO*
8 / 4**
60
800-1600
62-44
181 / 166**
54
0,80 / 0,72**
(A-40%) ECO*
8 / 4**
40
800-1600
62-44
160 / 150** 54
0,77 / 0,65**
(A-40%) ECO*
7 / 3,5**
60
800-1600
62-44
181 / 161**
49
0,77 / 0,62**
(A-40%) ECO*
7 / 3,5**
40
800-1600
62-44
160 / 150** 49
0,65 / 0,55**
(A-30%) ECO*
8 / 4**
60
800-1600
62-44
181 / 166**
55
0,92 / 0,88**
(A-30%) ECO*
8 / 4**
40
800-1600
62-44
160 / 150** 55
0,75 / 0,72**
(A-30%) ECO*
7 / 3,5**
60
800-1600
62-44
181 / 161**
51
0,84 / 0,73**
(A-30%) ECO*
7 / 3,5**
40
800-1600
62-44
160 / 150** 51
0,67 / 0,58**
(A-30%) ECO*
6 / 3**
60
800-1600
62-44
181 / 160**
49
0,70 / 0,67**
(A-30%) ECO*
6 / 3**
40
800-1600
62-44
160 / 150** 49
0,66 / 0,54**
(A-20%) ECO*
7 / 3,5**
60
800-1600
62-44
181 / 161**
52
0,95 / 0,80**
(A-20%) ECO*
7 / 3,5**
40
800-1600
62-44
160 / 150** 52
0,67 / 0,58**
(A-20%) ECO*
6 / 3**
60
800-1600
62-44
181 / 160**
50
0,85 / 0,72**
(A-20%) ECO*
6 / 3**
40
800-1600
62-44
160 / 150** 50
0,66 / 0,54**
*
**
Testing program by EN 60456 with the selection of max. spin RPM
Half load
‘Standard 60°C ECO cotton programme ’ and the ‘standard 40°C ECO cotton programme
are the standard washing programmes to which the information in the label relates. These
programmes are suitable for cleaning normally soiled cotton laundry and they are the most
efficient programmes in terms of combined energy and water consumption. For this reason,
actual water temperature may differ from the nominal cycle temperature.
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Due to variations in the type and quantity of laundry, spin speed,
variations in power voltage, and the temperature and moisture of
ambient, the measured values of the duration of the program and
power consumption with the end user may vary somewhat from
the displayed values.
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WaterConsumption
[L]
7 / 3,5**
60
800-1400 62-53
181 / 160**
49
0,79 / 0,64**
(A-30%) ECO*
7 / 3,5**
40
800-1400 62-53
160 / 148** 49
0,55 / 0,48**
Powerconsumption
[kWh]
Duration
[min.]
Remaining
moisture content
[%]
Temp.
[°C]
(A-30%) ECO*
Cotton
Spinning
[rpm]
Max. load
[kg]
Program
SLIM
(A-30%) (I)¯ ECO*
7 / 3,5**
60
800-1400 62-53
181 / 160**
49
0,76 / 0,62**
(A-30%) (I)¯ ECO*
7 / 3,5**
40
800-1400 62-53
160 / 148** 49
0,52 / 0,46**
(A-30%) ECO*
6,5 / 3,25** 60
800-1400 62-53
181 / 160**
49
0,79 / 0,64**
(A-30%) ECO*
6,5 / 3,25** 40
800-1400 62-53
160 / 148** 49
0,55 / 0,48**
(A-30%) (I)¯ ECO*
6,5 / 3,25** 60
800-1400 62-53
181 / 160**
49
0,76 / 0,62**
(A-30%) (I)¯ ECO*
6,5 / 3,25** 40
800-1400 62-53
160 / 148** 49
0,52 / 0,46**
(A-30%) ECO*
6 / 3**
60
800-1400 62-53
181 / 160**
49
0,79 / 0,64**
(A-30%) ECO*
6 / 3**
40
800-1400 62-53
160 / 148** 49
0,55 / 0,48**
(A-30%) (I)¯ ECO*
6 / 3**
60
800-1400 62-53
181 / 160**
49
0,76 / 0,62**
(A-30%) (I)¯ ECO*
6 / 3**
40
800-1400 62-53
160 / 148** 49
0,52 / 0,46**
(A-30%) ECO*
5 / 2,5**
60
800-1400 62-53
181 / 160**
47
0,69 / 0,64**
(A-30%) ECO*
5 / 2,5**
40
800-1400 62-53
160 / 148** 49
0,50 / 048**
(A-20%) ECO*
6,5 / 3,25** 60
800-1400 62-53
181 / 160**
0,89 / 0,71**
(A-20%) ECO*
6,5 / 3,25** 40
800-1400 62-53
160 / 148** 50
0,60 / 0,52**
(A-20%) ECO*
6 / 3**
60
800-1400 62-53
181 / 160**
0,89 / 0,71**
(A-20%) ECO*
6 / 3**
40
800-1400 62-53
160 / 148** 50
(A-20%) ECO*
5 / 2,5**
60
800-1400 62-53
181 / 160**
47
0,78 / 0,71**
(A-20%) ECO*
5 / 2,5**
40
800-1400 62-53
160 / 148** 51
0,52 / 0,52**
*
**
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50
50
0,60 / 0,52**
Testing program by EN 60456 with the selection of max. spin RPM
Half load
BPM motor (inverter motor)
‘Standard 60°C ECO cotton programme ’ and the ‘standard 40°C ECO cotton programme
are the standard washing programmes to which the information in the label relates. These
programmes are suitable for cleaning normally soiled cotton laundry and they are the most
efficient programmes in terms of combined energy and water consumption. For this reason,
actual water temperature may differ from the nominal cycle temperature.
We reserve the rights to make any changes or mistakes in these operation instructions.
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