ZANUSSI Z714W43BI User Manual
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Before the installation and use of the appliance, carefully read the
supplied instructions. The manufacturer is not responsible for any
injuries or damage that are the result of incorrect installation or
usage. Always keep the instructions in a safe and accessible
location for future reference.
CHILDREN AND VULNERABLE PEOPLE SAFETY
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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 the use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Children between 3 and 8 years of age and persons with very
extensive and complex disabilities shall be kept away from the
appliance unless continuously supervised.
Children of less than 3 years of age should be kept away from
the appliance unless continuously supervised.
Do not let children play with the appliance.
Keep all packaging away from children and dispose of it
appropriately.
Keep detergents away from children.
Keep children and pets away from the appliance when the door
is open.
If the appliance has a child safety device, it should be activated.
Children shall not carry out cleaning and user maintenance of
the appliance without supervision.
GENERAL SAFETY
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Do not change the specification of this appliance.
This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar
applications such as:
staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working
environments;
– by clients in hotels, motels, bed & breakfast and other
residential type environments;
– areas for communal use in blocks of flats or in launderettes.
Do not exceed the maximum load of 7 kg (refer to the
"Programme chart" chapter).
The operating water pressure at the water entry point from the
outlet connection must be between 0.5 bar (0.05 MPa) and 8
bar (0.8 MPa).
The ventilation opening in the base must not be covered by a
carpet, mat, or any floor covering.
The appliance must be connected to the water mains using the
new supplied hose sets, or other new hose sets supplied by
the Authorised Service Centre.
Old hose sets must not be reused.
If the mains power supply cable is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its Authorised Service Centre or
similarly qualified persons to avoid an electrical hazard.
Before any maintenance operation, deactivate the appliance
and disconnect the mains plug from the socket.
Do not use high pressure water sprays and/or steam to clean
the appliance.
Clean the appliance with a moist cloth. Use only neutral
detergents. Do not use abrasive products, abrasive cleaning
pads, solvents or metal objects.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
The installation must comply with
relevant national regulations.
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Remove all the packaging and the transit bolts
including rubber bush with plastic spacer.
Keep the transit bolts in a safe place. If the
appliance is to be moved in the future they must
be reattached to lock the drum to prevent an
internal damage.
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Always take care when moving the appliance as
it is heavy. Always use safety gloves and
enclosed footwear.
Follow the installation instructions supplied with
the appliance.
Do not use the appliance before installing it in
the built-in structure due to safety manner.
Do not install or use a damaged appliance.
Do not install or use the appliance where the
temperature can be less than 0°C or where it is
exposed to the weather.
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The floor area on which the appliance is to be
installed must be flat, stable, heat resistant and
clean.
Make sure that there is air circulation between
the appliance and the floor.
When the appliance is in its permanent position,
check if it is levelled correctly with the aid of a
spirit level. If it is not, adjust the feet accordingly.
Do not install the appliance directly above a
floor drain.
Do not spray water on the appliance and do not
expose it to excessive humidity.
Do not install the appliance where the appliance
door cannot be fully opened.
Do not put a closed container to collect
possible water leakage under the appliance.
Contact the Authorised Service Centre to
ensure which accessories can be used.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
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Do not use an extension hose if the inlet hose is
too short. Contact the Authorised Service
Centre for the replacement of the inlet hose.
When unpacking the appliance, It is possible to
see water flowing from the drain hose. This is
due to the testing of the appliance with the use
of water in the factory.
You can extend the drain hose to maximum 400
cm. Contact the Authorised Service Centre for
the other drain hose and the extension.
Make sure that there is access to the tap after
the installation.
USE
WARNING! Risk of injury, electric
shock, fire, burns or damage to the
appliance.
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WARNING! Risk of fire and electric
shock.
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The appliance must be earthed.
Always use a correctly installed shockproof
socket.
Make sure that the parameters on the rating
plate are compatible with the electrical ratings
of the mains power supply.
Do not use multi-plug adapters and extension
cables.
Make sure not to cause damage to the mains
plug and to the mains cable. Should the mains
cable need to be replaced, this must be carried
out by our Authorised Service Centre.
Connect the mains plug to the mains socket
only at the end of the installation. Make sure that
there is access to the mains plug after the
installation.
Do not touch the mains cable or the mains plug
with wet hands.
Do not pull the mains cable to disconnect the
appliance. Always pull the mains plug.
This appliance is fitted with a 13 A mains plug. If
it is necessary to change the mains plug fuse,
use only a 13 A ASTA (BS 1362) fuse (UK and
Ireland only).
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WATER CONNECTION
• Do not cause damage to the water hoses.
• Before connection to new pipes, pipes not used
for a long time, where repair work has been
carried out or new devices fitted (water meters,
etc.), let the water flow until it is clean and clear.
• Ensure that there are no visible water leaks
during and after the first use of the appliance.
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Follow the safety instructions on the detergent
packaging.
Do not put flammable products or items that are
wet with flammable products in, near or on the
appliance.
Do not wash fabrics which are heavily soiled
with oil, grease or other greasy substances. It
can damage rubber parts of the washing
machine. Prewash such fabrics by hand before
loading them into the washing machine.
Do not touch the glass door while a programme
operates. The glass can get hot.
Make sure that all metal objects are removed
from the laundry.
SERVICE
• To repair the appliance contact the Authorised
Service Centre. Use original spare parts only.
• Please note that self-repair or non-professional
repair can have safety consequences and might
void the guarantee.
• The following spare parts will be available for 10
years after the model has been discontinued:
motor and motor brushes, transmission between
motor and drum, pumps, shock absorbers and
springs, washing drum, drum spider and related
ball bearings, heaters and heating elements,
including heat pumps, piping and related
equipment including hoses, valves, filters and
aquastops, printed circuit boards, electronic
displays, pressure switches, thermostats and
sensors, software and firmware including reset
software, door, door hinge and seals, other
seals, door locking assembly, plastic peripherals
such as detergent dispensers. Please note that
some of these spare parts are only available to
professional repairers, and that not all spare
parts are relevant for all models.
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DISPOSAL
WARNING! Risk of injury or
suffocation.
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Disconnect the appliance from the mains
electrical and water supplies.
Cut off the mains electrical cable close to the
appliance and dispose of it.
Remove the door catch to prevent children or
pets from becoming trapped in the drum.
Dispose of the appliance in accordance with
local requirements for the disposal of Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
APPLIANCE OVERVIEW
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1 Hinge supports
2 Detergent dispenser
8 Drain pump filter
9 Front feet for levelling the appliance
3 Control panel
4 Magnetic plate
10 Drain hose
11 Mains cable
5 Door handle
6 Rating plate
12 Inlet hose connection
13 Back feet for levelling the appliance
7 Plate with rubber beater
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B
C
D
The rating plate reports the model name (A),
product number (B), electrical ratings (C) and
serial number (D).
Mod. xxxxxxxxx
Prod.No. 910000000 00
000V ~ 00Hz 0000 W
00A
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TECHNICAL DATA
Dimension
Width/ Height/ Total depth
59.6 cm /81.9 cm /55.3 cm
Electrical connection
Voltage
Overall power
Fuse
Frequency
230-240 V
2200 W
13 A
50 Hz
Level of protection against ingress of solid particles and moisture
ensured by the protective cover, except where the low voltage
equipment has no protection against moisture
IPX4
Water supply pressure
0.5 bar (0.05 MPa)
8 bar (0.8 MPa)
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Minimum
Maximum
Cold water
Water supply 2)
Maximum Load
Cotton
7 kg
Spin Speed
Maximum spin speed
1351 rpm
1) The appliance works correctly if the water pressure is not lower than 0.05 MPa (0.5 bar). If you cannot
connect the water inlet hose to the cold water tap of the primary hydraulic system, connect it to your domestic cold water storage system. Make sure not to exceed a distance of 5.02 m (16.5 ft) between the
appliance inlet hose and the bottom of the water storage tank.
2) Connect the water inlet hose to a water tap with a 3/4'' thread.
INSTALLATION
WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters.
THE APPLIANCE IS EQUIPPED WITH ...
A
B
C
D
E
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x2
x1
x1
x1
BE PREPARED FOR INSTALLATION
It is recommended that installation is
carried out by two persons.
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G
H
L
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x2
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UNPACKING
WARNING! Use the gloves.
WARNING! Remove all the packaging and the transit bolts before installing the appliance.
1. Put two polystyrene packaging elements on
the floor under the appliance.
WARNING! It is strongly recommended that this action is carries
out by two persons.
2. Carefully put the appliance down on its rear
side.
Make sure not to damage the hoses.
3. Remove the polystyrene protection from the
bottom.
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4. Return the appliance in vertical position and
remove the socket polystyrene protection.
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5. Remove the power supply cable and the drain
hose from the hose holders.
It is possible to see water flowing
from the drain hose. This is due to
the testing with water of the appliance in factory.
6. Remove the three bolts, the hose holders and
plastic spacers by using the spanner supplied
with the appliance.
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7. Close the holes with the plastic caps you find
in the user manual bag. Put the smallest cap F
in upper hole and the two bigger caps G in lower holes.
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We recommend that you keep the packaging and the transit bolts for any movement of the
appliance.
INSTALLATION ON SUSPENDED FLOORING
Suspended wooden floors are particularly
susceptible to vibration.
To limit vibration we recommend placing a
waterproof wooden panel, at least 15 mm thick,
under the appliance. It should be screwed to at
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least 2 floor beams and should extend beyond the
front feet.
If possible, install the appliance where the floor is
more stable.
POSITIONING AND LEVELLING
1. Install the appliance on a flat hard floor.
WARNING! Make sure that carpets do
not stop the air circulation below the appliance.
Bring the appliance near the furniture
recess before levelling it. For more details, refer to paragraph "Building in".
2. Loosen or tighten the feet to adjust the level.
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A correct adjustment of the appliance
level prevents the vibration, noise and
the movement of the appliance when in
operation.
The appliance must be level and stable.
CAUTION! Do not put cardboard, wood
or equivalent materials below the appliance feet to adjust the level.
HOSE AND CABLE CONNECTION
900 mm
760 mm
1360 mm
max 1000 mm
min. 600 mm
max 1000 mm
1020 mm
1450 mm
min. 600 mm
1100 mm
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The inlet hose
1. Remove the inlet hose from inside the drum.
2. To connect the water inlet hose towards the proper direction and with the proper inclination, check the
position of the water tap before connecting it to the
back of the appliance.
Make sure the hose is nor kinked,
squashed but neither tensed.
3. Connect the hose to the back of the appliance. Do
not turn the inlet hose downwards, but turn it left or
right depending on the position of your water tap.
4. Loosen the ring nut to fix it in the correct position.
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5. Connect the water inlet hose to the cold water tap
with 3/4 thread.
WARNING! Make sure that there are no
leaks from the couplings.
Use the hose supplied with appliance.
Do not use an extension hose if the inlet hose is too short. Contact the Authorised Service
Centre for an inlet hose replacement.
Water drainage
The drain hose can be connected:
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To a stand pipe with vent-hole
Directly into a drain pipe at a height of not less than
60 cm (23.6”) and not more than 100 cm (39.3”).
The end of the drain hose must always be ventilated ,
i.e. the inner diameter of the drain pipe (min. 40 mm min. 1.6”) must be larger than the external diameter
of the drain hose.
Ø 40 mm
max.600 mm
To a sink spigot
Put the drain hose in the spigot and tighten it with
the supplied cable tie L.
Make sure that the drain hose makes a loop to prevent particles going into the appliance from the sink.
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To a wall-pipe
Directly to a built-in drain pipe in the room wall and
tighten it with the supplied cable tie L.
You can extend the drain hose to maximum 400 cm. Contact the service centre for the other
drain hose and the extension.
BUILDING IN
This appliance has been designed to be built into the
kitchen furniture. See the minimum recess dimensions in the drawings.
min. 600 mm
min.
560 mm
min.
820 mm
16-22 mm
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596 mm
If hoses run behind the appliance, make
sure that nothing closes the small recess indicated with the measures 50 x
50 mm.
553 mm
819 mm
50 mm
50 mm
140 mm
76 mm
The appliance is also equipped with an adhesive
sponge pad H that you can find inside the drum.
Attach it on the top of the appliance where indicated
in the drawing.
When levelling the appliance under the furniture, DO
NOT squeeze the sponge pad.
Before proceeding with appliance building in, bring it
near the recess and preposition the inlet hose, the
drain hose and the mains cable.
WARNING! Make sure they are not
kinked or squashed.
INSTALLING ANTI-TILTING DEVICE
(ACCESSORY)
Install this accessory in case of risk of appliance tilting only.
If the height of the counter is 820 mm or lower, you cannot install the anti-tilting device.
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1. Remove the screws of the top cover on the rear of
the appliance and install the anti-tilting device as
shown in the drawing.
~10mm
2. Adjust the anti-tilting device so that the distance
from the counter is 10mm. Loosen the nut counterclockwise with a 3mm wrench. Adjust the height and
turn the nut clockwise to fix it.
PREPARATION AND ASSEMBLY OF THE CUPBOARD DOOR
The dimensions of the cupboard door should be:
• width min. 595 - max. 598 mm;
• thickness 16-22 mm.
Factory pre setting
The appliance is originally pre set for the assembly of
a cupboard door opening from right to left.
The best solution would be to screw
the upper hinge to the upper hole of the
top plate and the lower hinge to the
lower hole of the bottom plate.
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Reversibility of the cupboard door
Carry out the cupboard door reversibility before the
appliance is built in completely.
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If the cupboard door has to be opened from left to
right, invert the position of the hinge supports M with
the magnetic plate N and lower plate O.
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Make sure that the plate with magnet is
on the upper position.
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Cupboard door preparation
For countersinking the door, it is recommended to call a professional.
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y
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Align the cupboard door to the furniture correctly.
Measure the distance X to fix the height of the hole
to countersink the upper hinge. The centre of the
hole Y should be at the same height of the stroke on
the hinge support.
Set the position of the lower hole respecting dimensions and distances shown in the drawing (449
mm).
Countersink the holes.
16-22 mm
Ø 35 mm
449
mm
12,5 - 14 mm
22±1,5 mm
595-598 mm
Hinges
To mount the hinges it is necessary to drill two holes
(dia. 35 mm, depth 12.5 - 14 mm depending on the
depth of cupboard door) on the inner side of the
door.
The hinges will be fixed to the door by means of the
four supplied screws A.
A
To align the door perfectly, make sure
that the edge of cupboard door is parallel with the appliance edge and to respect the proper opening angle (max.
105 °).
max. 105°
Mounting the door
Fix the hinges to the hinge supports on the appliance by means of the two supplied screws B.
The hinges can be adjusted to compensate for possible uneven thickness of
the door.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
At the end of installation you can connect the mains
plug to the mains socket.
The rating plate on the inner edge of the appliance
door and the 'Technical Data' chapter indicate the
necessary electrical ratings. Make sure that they are
compatible with the mains power supply.
Check that your domestic electrical installation can
take the maximum load required, also taking into
account any other appliances in use.
Connect the appliance to an earthed socket.
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Counter-magnet
The appliance is pre set for a magnetic closure.
For a correct closure:
1. Position the screw C and the counter-magnet D
on the magnetic plate N. Lean the cupboard
door against the screw until it leaves a mark.
2. Open the cupboard door and screw the counter-magnet D (steel disk + rubber ring E) with
the screw C in the inner side of the cupboard
door, where the screw left the mark as described in the first step.
The power supply cable must be easily accessible
after installing the appliance.
For any electrical work required to install this
appliance, contact our Authorised Service Centre.
The manufacturer does not accept any
responsibility for damage or injury through failure to
comply with the above safety precaution.
CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
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Wool/
Handwash
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Eco 40-60
Denim
Cottons
Sport
Synthetics
Delay Start
Delicates
20min 3kg
Duvet
Easy Iron
Machine Clean
Mixed
Rinse
Temp.
Spin
Prewash
Spin/Drain
On/Off
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The permanent options are set by
holding pressed the relative button for
3 seconds at least.
1 Programme dial
2 Display
3 Flextime touch button
4 Delay Start touch button
5 Start/Pause touch button
6 Prewash touch button and permanent Extra
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7 Spin reduction options touch button and
permanent Child Lock option
8 Temp. touch button
9 On/Off push button
10 Option indicators:
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Rinse Hold
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Quiet
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Extra Rinse
Rinse option
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DISPLAY
A
Door locked indicator.
A B
C
B
Child safety lock indicator.
C
The digital indicator can show:
• Programme duration: e. g.
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Delay time: e. g.
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Cycle end:
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Warning code: e.g.
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Temperature:
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Spin speed:
dicator
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and no spin in.
DIAL AND BUTTONS
INTRODUCTION
The options/functions are not available
with all washing programmes. Check
the compatibility between options/
functions and washing programmes in
the "Programme Chart". An option/
function can exclude another one, in
this case the appliance doesn't allow
you to set incompatible options/
functions.
FLEXTIME
This option may be advisable to shorten the
washing programme.
Use this option for items with normal or light soil or
items to refresh.
Touch this button once to decrease the duration.
In case of smaller load, touch this button twice to
set an extra quick programme.
After each touching the new programme duration is
shown on the display. The relevant indicator
illuminates. This option is not available for every
programme. For more details, refer to Programme
options compatibility in "Programmes" chapter.
DELAY START
With this option you can delay the start of a
programme to a more convenient time.
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Touch the button repeatedly to set the required
delay. The time increases in steps of 1 hour up to
20 hours.
After touching the Start/Pause
button, the
relevant indicator illuminates and the selected delay
time and the appliance begins the countdown. The
door is locked.
START/PAUSE
Touch the Start/Pause
button to start, pause
the appliance or interrupt a running programme.
PREWASH
With this option you can add a prewash phase to a
washing programme.
The relevant indicator illuminates.
• Use this option to add a pre-wash phase at 30
°C before the washing phase.
This option is recommended for heavily soiled
laundry, especially if containing sand, dust, mud
and other solid particles.
This option can increase the
programme duration.
PERMANENT EXTRA RINSE
With this option you can permanently have an extra
rinse when you set a new programme.
To activate/deactivate this option , hold down
the Prewash button until relevant indicator
comes on/goes off.
SPIN
When you set a programme, the appliance
automatically sets the maximum spin speed allowed
except programme Denim.
Push this button to set additional spin
options:
• Decrease the spin speed. The display shows
only the spin speeds available for the set
programme.
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No spin
comes on display.
Set this option to deactivate all spin phases.
The appliance performs only the draining phase
of the selected washing programme. Set this
option for very delicate fabrics. The rinse phase
uses more water for some washing programmes
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Rinse hold
. The related indicator comes
on.
The final spin is not performed. The water of the
last rinse is not drained out to prevent the
fabrics from creasing. The washing programme
ends with water in the drum.
The door stays locked and the drum turns
regularly to reduce creasing. You must drain the
water to unlock the door.
If you touch the Start/Pause
button, the
appliance performs the spinning phase and
drains the water.
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Quiet
. The related indicator comes on.
The intermediate and the final spinning phases
are suppressed and the programme ends with
water in the drum. This helps to reduce
creasing. The door stays locked. The drum turns
regularly to reduce creasing. You must drain the
water to unlock the door.
As the programme is very quiet, it is suitable for
use at night time when cheaper electricity tariffs
are available. In some programmes the rinses
are performed with more water.
button, the
If you touch the Start/Pause
appliance performs only the draining phase.
The appliance empties the water out
automatically after approximately 18
hours.
CHILD LOCK
With this option you can prevent children from
playing with the control panel.
• To activate/deactivate this option, hold down
the Spin button until
comes on/goes off
on the display.
The appliance will default to this option after you
switch it off.
The Child Lock function may not be available for a
few seconds after switching the appliance on.
TEMP.
When you select a washing programme, the
appliance automatically proposes a default
temperature.
Touch this button repeatedly until the desired
temperature value appears on the display.
When the display shows the indicators
, the
appliance does not heat the water.
ON/OFF
Press this button for a few seconds to activate or
deactivate the appliance. Two different tunes sound
while switching the appliance on or off.
As the Stand-by function automatically deactivates
the appliance after several minutes to reduce the
energy consumption, you may need to activate the
appliance again.
For more details, refer to Stand-by paragraph in
Daily Use chapter.
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PROGRAMMES
PROGRAMME CHART
Programme
Reference
Default tempera- spin speed
Maximum
ture
Spin speed
load
Temperature
range
range
(rpm)
Eco 40-60
40 °C 1)
60 °C - 30 °C2)
1400 rpm
(1400 400)
7 kg
White cotton and fast-coloured cotton. Normally
soiled items. The energy consumption decreases and
the time of the washing programme is extended, ensuring good washing results.
1400 rpm
(1400 400)
7 kg
White cotton and coloured cotton. Normally,
heavily and lightly soiled items.
1200 rpm
(1200 400)
3 kg
Synthetic items or mixed fabric items. Normally
soiled items.
1200 rpm
(1200 400)
2 kg
Delicate fabrics such as acrylics, viscose and
mixed fabrics requiring gentler washing. Normally and lightly soiled items.
800 rpm
(800 400)
3 kg
Synthetic items requiring a gentle wash. Normally and lightly soiled items.3)
1200 rpm
(1200 400)
3 kg
Synthetic and mixed fabrics. Normally soiled items.
1400 rpm
(1400 400)
7 kg
Spin/Drain
All fabrics, except woollens and delicate fabrics. To spin the laundry and to drain the water in the
drum.
1400 rpm
(1400 400)
7 kg
Rinse
All fabrics, except woollens and very delicate
fabrics. Programme for rinsing and spinning the laundry. The default spin speed is the one used for cotton
programmes. Reduce the spin speed according to the
type of laundry. If necessary, set the Extra Rinse option
to add rinses. With a low spin speed, the appliance
performs delicate rinses and a short spin.
Cottons
40 °C
90 °C - Cold
Synthetics
40 °C
60 °C - Cold
Delicates
30 °C
40 °C - Cold
Easy Iron
40 °C
60 °C - Cold
Mixed
30 °C
40 °C - Cold
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Programme description
(Type of load and level of soiling)
Programme
Reference
Default tempera- spin speed
Maximum
ture
Spin speed
load
Temperature
range
range
(rpm)
1200 rpm
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Machine Clean
60 °C
Programme description
(Type of load and level of soiling)
Maintenance cycle with hot water to clean and freshen
the drum and to remove residue that may cause odour.
For the best result use this cycle once a month. Before
running this cycle, remove all items from the drum. In
the washing phase compartment of the detergent dispenser, put the flap of the compartment in upward position. Pour a cup of chlorine bleach or a washing machine cleaner in the washing phase compartment. DO
NOT use both together.
After the drum cleaning, run a further
rinse cycle with empty drum and no detergent to remove any residue of bleach.
Duvet
40 °C
60 °C - Cold
20min 3kg
30 °C
40 °C - 30 °C
Sport
30 °C
40 °C - Cold
Denim
30 °C
40 °C - Cold
800 rpm
(800 400)
3 kg
Single synthetic blanket, padded clothes, duvets, down jackets and similar items.
1200 rpm
(1200400 rpm)
3 kg
Cotton and synthetic items lightly soiled or once
worn.
1200 rpm
(1200 400)
3 kg
Mixed fabric sportswear. Lightly soiled items or
items to refresh.
800 rpm
(1200 400)
3 kg
Special programme for Denim clothing with delicate washing phase to minimize colour fading
and marks. For better care a reduced load size is
recommended.
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Programme
Reference
Default tempera- spin speed
Maximum
ture
Spin speed
load
Temperature
range
range
(rpm)
Wool/Handwash
40 °C
40 °C - Cold
1200 rpm
(1200 400)
1.5 kg
Programme description
(Type of load and level of soiling)
Machine washable wool, hand washable wool
and other fabrics with «hand washing» care symbol4).
1) According to Commission Regulation EU 2019/2023, this programme at 40 °C is able to clean normally soiled cotton laundry declared to be washable at 40 °C or 60 °C, together in the same cycle.
For the reached temperature in the laundry, the programme duration and other data, please
refer to 'Consumption Values' chapter.
The most efficient programmes in terms of energy consumption are generally those that perform at lower temperatures and longer duration.
2) Standard programmes for the Energy Label consumption values. According to EU regulation
1061/2010, this programme at 60 °C is the «Standard 60°C cotton programme» and at 30 °C is the
«Standard 40°C cotton programme». They are the most efficient programmes in terms of combined energy
and water consumption for washing normally soiled cotton laundry.
The water temperature of the washing phase may differ from the temperature declared for the
selected programme.
3) To reduce creasing, this cycle regulates the water temperature and performs a soft wash and spin
phase. The appliance adds some rinses.
4) During this cycle the drum rotates slowly to ensure a gentle wash. It can seem that the drum doesn't
rotate or doesn't rotate properly, but this is normal for this programme.
Programme
Spin
Prewash
Delay Start
Flextime
Programme options compatibility
Eco 40-60
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Cottons
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Synthetics
Delicates
Easy Iron
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■
■
■
■
■
Spin/Drain
Rinse
Machine Clean
Duvet
20min 3kg
Sport
Denim
Wool/Handwash
■
■
Flextime
■
Delay Start
Mixed
Prewash
Spin
Programme
■
■
■
■
■
■
■1)
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
1) IF you set No spin option , the appliance performs drain only.
Suitable detergents for washing programmes
Programme
Universal pow- Liquid Univer- Liquid for col- Delicates woolsal
oureds
lens
der1)
Special
Eco 40-60
▲
▲
▲
--
--
Cottons
▲
▲
▲
--
--
Synthetics
▲
▲
▲
--
--
Delicates
--
--
--
▲
▲
Easy Iron
▲
▲
▲
--
--
Mixed
--
▲
▲
--
--
Duvet
--
--
--
▲
▲
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Programme
Universal pow- Liquid Univer- Liquid for col- Delicates woolsal
oureds
lens
der1)
Special
20min 3kg
--
▲
▲
--
--
Sport
--
▲
▲
--
▲
Denim
--
--
▲
▲
▲
Wool/Handwash
--
--
--
▲
▲
1) At temperature higher than 60 °C the use of powder detergent is recommended.
▲ = Recommended
-- = Not recommended
SETTINGS
ACOUSTIC SIGNALS
This appliance has different acoustic signals, that
operate when:
• You activate the appliance (special short tune).
• You deactivate the appliance (special short
tune).
• You touch the buttons (click sound).
• You make an invalid selection (3 short sounds).
• The programme is completed (sequence of
sounds for about 2 minutes).
• The appliance has a malfunction (sequence of
short sounds for about 5 minutes).
To deactivate/activate the acoustic signals when
the programme is completed, touch the Flextime
and the Delay Start buttons simultaneously for
about 2 seconds. The display shows On/Off
If you deactivate the acoustic signals,
they continue to operate when the
appliance has a malfunction.
BEFORE FIRST USE
1. Make sure that the electrical power is available
and the water tap is open.
2. Pour 2 litres of water into the detergent
compartment marked by
.
This action activates the drain system.
3. Pour a small quantity of detergent into the
compartment marked by
4. Set and start a programme for cotton at the
highest temperature without any laundry in the
drum.
This removes all possible dirt from the drum and the
tub.
.
DAILY USE
WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters.
ACTIVATING THE APPLIANCE
1. Connect the mains plug to the mains socket.
2. Open the water tap.
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3. Press the On/Off button for a few seconds to
activate the appliance.
A short tune sounds.
LOADING THE LAUNDRY
1. Open the appliance door.
2. Empty the pockets and unfold the items before
you put them in the appliance.
3. Put the laundry in the drum, one item at a time.
Do not put too much laundry in the drum.
4. Close the door firmly.
Always follow the instructions that you
find on the packaging of the detergent
products, but we recommend that you
do not exceed the maximum indicated
level (
). This quantity will
however guarantee the best washing
results.
After a washing cycle, if necessary,
remove any detergent residue from the
detergent dispenser.
CHECK THE POSITION OF THE DETERGENT
FLAP
1. Pull out the detergent dispenser until it stops.
CAUTION! Make sure that no laundry
gets caught between the seal and the
door to avoid risk of water leakage and
damage to the laundry.
Washing heavily oiled, greasy stains
could cause damage to rubber parts
of the washing machine.
FILLING THE DETERGENT AND ADDITIVES
2. Press the lever down to remove the dispenser.
3. To use powder detergent, turn the flap up.
4. To use liquid detergent, turn the flap down.
- Compartment for prewash phase, soak
programme or stain remover.
- Compartment for washing phase.
- Compartment for fabric softener and other
liquid treatments(fabric conditioner, starch).
- Maximum level for quantity of liquid additives.
- Flap for powder or liquid detergent.
With the flap in the position DOWN:
• Do not use gelatinous or thick liquid
detergents.
• Do not exceed to liquid detergent dose
indicated on the flap.
• Do not set the prewash phase.
• Do not set the delay start function.
5. Measure out the detergent and the fabric
conditioner.
6. Carefully close the detergent dispenser.
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Cancelling the delay start after the
countdown has started
To cancel the delay start:
1. Touch the Start/Pause
button to pause the
appliance. The related indicator flashes.
2. Touch the Delay Start button repeatedly until
the display shows
.
3. Touch the Start/Pause
button again to
start the programme immediately.
Make sure that the flap does not cause a blockage
when you close the drawer.
SETTING A PROGRAMME
1. Turn the programme dial to select the desired
washing programme.
The indicator of the Start/Pause
button flashes.
The display shows an indicative programme
duration.
2. To change the temperature and/or the spin
speed, touch the related buttons.
3. If desired, set one or more options by touching
the related buttons.
If a selection is not possible an
acoustic signal sounds.
STARTING A PROGRAMME
Touch the Start/Pause
button to start the
programme. It is not possible to start the
programme when the indicator of the button is off
and doesn't flash (e.g. programme dial on a wrong
position).
The related indicator stops flashing and stays on.
The programme starts, the door is locked. The
display shows the indicator
.
STARTING A PROGRAMME WITH THE DELAY
START
1. Touch the Delay Start button until the display
shows the desired delay time. The related indicator
comes on.
button. The appliance
2. Touch the Start/Pause
door locks and starts the countdown of the delay
start. The display shows the indicator
.
When the countdown is completed, the programme
starts automatically.
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Changing the delay start after the countdown
has started
To change the delay start:
1. Touch the Start/Pause
button to pause the
appliance. The related indicator flashes.
2. Touch the Delay Start button repeatedly until
the display shows the desired delay time.
3. Touch the Start/Pause
button again to
start the new countdown.
THE AUTOADJUST SYSTEM LOAD
DETECTION
After touching the Start/Pause
button:
1. The AutoAdjust System starts estimating the
weight of the load to calculate the real
programme duration. During this phase the two
dots separating hours from minutes are
blinking.
2. After about 15-20 minutes new cycle duration
is displayed.
The appliance automatically adjusts the
programme duration to the load to achieve
perfect washing results in the minimum
possible time.
INTERRUPTING A PROGRAMME AND
CHANGING THE OPTIONS
When the programme is running, you can change
only some options:
1. Touch the Start/Pause
button.
The related indicator flashes.
2. Change the options. The given information in
the display changes accordingly.
3. Touch the button Start/Pause
The washing programme continues.
again.
CANCELLING A RUNNING PROGRAMME
1. Press the button On/Off to cancel the
programme and to deactivate the appliance.
2. Press the button On/Off again to activate the
appliance.
If the AutoAdjust System has
completed and the water filling has
already started, the new programme
starts without repeating the
AutoAdjust System. The water and
the detergent are not drained out in
order to avoid waste.
There is also an alternative way of cancelling:
1. Rotate the selector knob to the "Reset" position
.
2. Wait for 1 second. The display shows
.
Now, you can set a new washing programme.
OPENING THE DOOR - ADDING GARMENTS
If the temperature and level of the
water in the drum are too high and/or
the drum is still rotating you should not
open the door.
While a programme or the delay start operates, the
appliance door is locked. The display shows the
indicator
.
1. Touch the Start/Pause
button.
In the display the related door lock indicator goes
off.
2. Open the appliance door. If necessary, add or
remove the items. Close the door and touch
button.
the Start/Pause
The programme or the delay start continues.
END OF THE PROGRAMME
When the programme has finished, the appliance
stops automatically. The acoustic signals operate (if
they are active). The display shows
The indicator of the Start/Pause
off.
button goes
The door unlocks and the indicator
goes off.
1. Press button On/Off to deactivate the
appliance.
After five minutes from the end of the programme,
the energy saving function automatically
deactivates the appliance.
When you activate the appliance
again, the display shows the end of
the previous programme. Turn the
programme dial to set a new cycle.
2. Remove the laundry from the appliance.
3. Make sure that the drum is empty.
4. Keep the door and the detergent dispenser
slightly ajar to prevent mildew and odours.
DRAINING WATER OUT AFTER END OF
CYCLE
If you have chosen a programme or an option that
does not empty out the water of the last rinse, the
programme is completed, but:
•
The time area shows
shows the door locked
and the display
.
•
The indicator of the Start/Pause
button
starts flashing.
• The drum still turns at regular intervals to
prevent creases in the laundry.
• The door stays locked.
• You must drain the water to open the door:
1. If necessary, touch the Spin button to decrease
the spin speed proposed by the appliance.
2. Press the Start/Pause
button: the
appliance drains the water and spins.
The option indicator Rinse Hold
disappears.
or
If you have set Quiet
and the spin
speed is not changed, when you press
the Start/Pause
button, the
appliance only drains the water.
3. When the programme is completed and the
door locked indicator
goes off, you can
open the door.
4. Press the On/Off button for a few seconds to
deactivate the appliance.
STAND-BY FUNCTION
The Stand-by function automatically deactivates the
appliance to reduce the energy consumption when:
• You do not use the appliance for 5 minutes
when no programme is running.
Press the button On/Off to activate the
appliance again.
• 5 minutes after the end of the washing
programme.
Press the On/Off button to activate the
appliance again.
The display shows the end of the last
programme.
Turn the programme dial to set a new cycle.
, the
If the dial is rotated to the "Reset" position
appliance automatically turns off in 30 seconds.
If you set a programme or an option
that ends with water in the drum, the
Stand-by function doesn't
deactivate the appliance to remind
you to drain the water.
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HINTS AND TIPS
WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters.
THE LAUNDRY LOAD
• Divide the laundry into: white, coloured,
synthetics, delicates and wool.
• Follow the washing instructions on the laundry
care labels.
• Do not wash white and coloured items together.
• Some coloured items can discolour with the first
wash. We recommend that you wash them
separately for the first couple of times.
• Turn multilayered fabrics, wool and items with
printed illustrations inside out.
• Pre-treat tough stains.
• Wash stubborn stains with a special detergent.
• Be careful with curtains. Remove the hooks and
put the curtains in a washing bag or pillowcase.
• Do not wash laundry without hems or with cuts.
Use a washing bag to wash small and/or
delicate items (e.g. underwired bras, belts,
tights, shoelaces, ribbons, etc. ).
• A very small load can cause balance problems
with the spin phase leading to excessive
vibration. If this occurs:
a. interrupt the programme and open the
door (refer to "Daily Use" chapter);
b. manually redistribute the load so that the
items are spaced evenly around the tub;
c. press the Start/Pause button. The spin
phase continues.
• Button up pillowcases, close zippers, hooks and
poppers. Tie up belts, cords, shoelaces, ribbons
and any other loose elements.
• Empty pockets and unfold the items.
STUBBORN STAINS
For some stains, water and detergent is not
sufficient.
We recommend that you pre-treat these stains
before you put the items in the appliance.
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Special stain removers are available. Use the
special stain remover that is applicable to the type
of stain and fabric.
DETERGENT TYPE AND QUANTITY
The choice of detergent and use of correct
quantities not only affects your wash performance,
but also helps to avoid waste and protect the
environment:
• Use only detergents and other treatments
specially made for washing machines. First,
follow these generic rules:
– powder detergents for all types of fabric,
excluding delicate. Prefer powder
detergents containing bleach for whites and
laundry sanitization,
– liquid detergents, preferably for low
temperature wash programmes (60 °C max)
for all types of fabric, or special ones for
woollens only.
• The choice and quantity of detergent will
depend on: type of fabric (delicates, woollens,
cottons, etc), the colour of clothes, size of the
load, degree of soiling, wash temperature and
hardness of the water used.
• Follow the instructions that you find on
packaging of the detergents or other treatments
without exceeding the indicated maximum level
).
(
Do not mix different types of detergents.
Use less detergent if:
– you are washing a small load,
– the laundry is lightly soiled,
– there is large amounts of foam during
washing.
• When using detergent tabs or pods, always put
them inside the drum, not in the detergent
dispenser.
Insufficient detergent may cause:
• unsatisfactory washing results,
• the wash load to turn grey,
• greasy clothes,
• mould in the appliance.
Excessive detergent may cause:
• sudsing,
• reduced washing effect,
• inadequate rinsing,
• a greater impact for the environment.
•
•
ECOLOGICAL HINTS
To save water, energy and to help protect the
environment, we recommend that you follow these
tips:
•
•
•
•
•
Normally soiled laundry may be washed
without prewash in order to save detergent,
water and time (the environment is protected
too!).
Loading the appliance to the maximum
capacity indicated for each programmes
helps to reduce energy and water
consumption.
With adequate pre-treatment, stains and limited
soiling can be removed; the laundry can then be
washed at a lower temperature.
To use the correct quantity of detergent, refer to
the quantity suggested by the detergent
producer and check the water hardness of you
domestic system. Refer to 'Water hardness'.
Set the maximum possible spin speed for
the selected washing programme before
drying your laundry in a tumble dryer. This
will save energy during drying!
WATER HARDNESS
If the water hardness in your area is high or
moderate, we recommend that you use a water
softener for washing machines. In areas where the
water hardness is soft it is not necessary to use a
water softener.
To find out the water hardness in your area, contact
your local water authority.
Use the correct quantity of water softener. Follow
the instructions that you find on the packaging of
the product.
CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters.
PERIODIC CLEANING SCHEDULE
Periodic cleaning helps to extend the life of
your appliance.
After each cycle, keep the door and the detergent
dispenser slightly ajar to get air circulation and dry
the humidity inside the appliance: this will prevent
mildew and odours.
If the appliance is not used for a long time: close
the water tap and unplug the appliance.
Indicative periodic cleaning schedule:
Descaling
Twice a year
Maintenance wash
Once a month
Clean door seal
Every two months
Clean drum
Every two months
Clean detergent dispenser
Every two months
Clean drain pump filter
Twice a year
Clean the inlet hose
and the valve filter
Twice a year
The following paragraphs explain how you should
clean each part.
REMOVING FOREIGN OBJECTS
Make sure that pockets are empty and
all loose elements are tied up before
running your cycle. Refer to 'The
laundry load' in 'Hints and tips'.
Remove any foreign objects (such as metal clip,
buttons, coins, etc) that you may find in the door
seal, the filters and the drum. Refer to 'Door seal
with double lip trap', 'Cleaning the drum', 'Cleaning
the drain pump' and 'Cleaning the inlet hose and
the valve filter' paragraphs. If necessary, please
contact the Authorised Service Centre.
EXTERNAL CLEANING
Clean the appliance with mild soap and warm water
only. Fully dry all the surfaces. Do not use a
scouring pads or any scratching material.
CAUTION! Do not use alcohol,
solvents or chemical products.
CAUTION! Do not clean the metal
surfaces with chlorine-based
detergent.
DESCALING
If the water hardness in your area is
high or moderate, we recommend that
you use a water descaling product for
washing machines.
Regularly examine the drum to check for limescale.
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Regular detergents already contain water softening
agents, but we recommend to run a cycle with an
empty drum and a descaling product occasionally.
Always follow the instructions that you
find on the packaging of the product.
MAINTENANCE WASH
The repeated and prolonged use of low
temperature programmes can cause detergent
deposits, fluff residues, bacterial growth inside the
drum and the tub. This could generate bad odours
and mildew. To eliminate these deposits and clean
the inner part of the appliance, run a maintenance
wash regularly (at least once a month).
Refer to "Cleaning the drum"
paragraph.
DOOR SEAL WITH DOUBLE LIP TRAP
This appliance is designed with a self cleaning
draining system, allowing light fluff fibers that fall
off the clothes to be drained out with the water.
Regularly examine the seal. Coins, buttons, other
small items can be recovered at the end of the
cycle.
Clean it when needed, using ammonia cream
cleanser agent without scratching the seal surface.
Always obey the instructions that you
find on the packaging of the product.
Always follow the instructions that you
find on the packaging of the product.
Do not clean the drum with acidic
descaling products, scouring products
containing chlorine or iron or steel
wool.
For a thorough clean:
1. Remove all laundry from the drum.
2. Run the Machine Clean programme. For more
details, refer to washing programme table.
3. Add a small quantity of powder detergent into
the empty drum, in order to rinse out any left
residues.
CLEANING THE DETERGENT DISPENSER
To prevent possible deposits of dried detergent or
clotted fabric softener and/or formation of mould in
the detergent dispenser drawer, once in a while
carry out the following cleaning procedure:
1. Open the drawer. Press the catch downwards
as indicated in the picture and pull it out.
2. Remove the top part of the additive
compartment to aid cleaning and flush it out
under running warm water, to remove any
traces of accumulated detergent. After
cleaning, put the top part back into position.
CLEANING THE DRUM
Regularly examine the drum to prevent unwanted
deposits.
Rust deposits in the drum may occur due to rusting
foreign body in the washing or tap water containing
iron
Clean the drum with special products for stainless
steel.
3. Make sure that all detergent residue is removed
from the upper and lower part of the recess.
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Use a small brush to clean the recess.
CLEANING THE DRAIN PUMP
WARNING! Disconnect the mains
plug from the mains socket.
Regularly check the drain pump filter
and make sure that it is clean.
Clean the drain pump if:
• The appliance does not drain the water.
• The drum does not turn.
• The appliance makes an unusual noise because
of the blockage of the drain pump.
4. Insert the detergent drawer into the guide rails
and close it. Run the rinsing programme
without any clothes in the drum.
•
The display shows the alarm code
.
WARNING!
• Do not remove the filter while the
appliance operates.
• Do not clean the pump if the water
in the appliance is hot. Wait until
the water cools down
Proceed as follows to clean the pump:
2
1. Open the pump cover.
1
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2. Place a suitable bowl below the drain pump access
to collect the water that flows out.
Always keep a rag nearby to dry up any water spillages when removing the filter.
180˚
3. Turn the filter 180 degrees in anti-clockwise direction to open it, without removing. Let the water flow
out.
4. When the bowl is full of water, turn the filter back
and empty the container.
5. Repeat the steps 3 and 4 until the water stops to
flow out.
1
6. Turn the filter anti-clockwise to remove it
2
7. If it is necessary, remove fluff and objects from the
filter recess.
Make sure that the impeller of the pump can rotate. If it
does not rotate, contact the Authorised Service Centre.
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8. Clean the filter under the water tap.
2
9. Put the filter back into the special guides by turning
it clockwise. Make sure that you tighten the filter correctly to prevent leakages.
1
2
10. Close the pump cover.
1
When you drain the water with the emergency drain procedure, you must activate the drain system again:
1. Put 2 litres of water in the main wash compartment of the detergent dispenser.
2. Start the programme to drain the water.
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CLEANING THE INLET HOSE AND THE VALVE FILTER
1
2
3
45°
20°
EMERGENCY DRAIN
If the appliance cannot drain the water, carry out
the same procedure, described in 'Cleaning the
drain pump' paragraph. If necessary, clean the
pump.
When you drain the water with the emergency drain
procedure, you must activate the drain system
again:
1. Put 2 litres of water in the main wash
compartment of the detergent dispenser.
2. Start the programme to drain the water.
FROST PRECAUTIONS
If the appliance is installed in an area where the
temperature can reach values around 0° C or drop
below, remove the remaining water from the inlet
hose and the drain pump.
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters.
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1. Disconnect the mains plug from the mains
socket.
2. Close the water tap.
3. Put the two ends of the inlet hose in a
container and let the water flow out of the
hose.
4. Empty the drain pump. Refer to the emergency
drain procedure.
5. When the drain pump is empty, install the inlet
hose again.
WARNING! Make sure that the
temperature is higher than 0 °C before
you use the appliance again.
The manufacturer is not responsible
for damages caused by low
temperatures.
ALARM CODES AND POSSIBLE FAILURES
The appliance does not start or it stops during operation. First try to find a solution to the problem (refer to
the tables).
WARNING! Deactivate the appliance before carrying out any check.
With some problems, the display shows an alarm code and the Start/Pause
flash continuously:
button may
If the appliance is overloaded, remove some items from the drum and/or keep pressed the
door while touching the Start/Pause button until the indicator
ture below).
Problem
The appliance does not
fill with water properly.
The appliance does not
drain the water.
stops flashing (see the pic-
Possible solution
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Make sure that the water tap is open.
Make sure that the pressure of the water supply is not too low. For this
information, contact your local water authority.
Make sure that the water tap is not clogged.
Make sure that the inlet hose has no kinks, damages or bends.
Make sure that the connection of the water inlet hose is correct.
Make sure that the filter of the inlet hose and the filter of the valve are
not clogged. Refer to 'Care and cleaning'.
Make sure that the sink spigot is not clogged.
Make sure that the drain hose has no kinks or bends.
Make sure that the drain filter is not clogged. Clean the filter, if necessary. Refer to "Care and cleaning".
Make sure that the connection of the drain hose is correct.
Set the drain programme if you set a programme without drain phase.
Set the drain programme if you set an option which ends with water in
the tub.
Make sure that the door is properly closed.
The appliance door is
open or not closed correctly.
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•
No communication between electronic elements of the appliance.
•
•
The programme was not finished properly or the appliance stopped
too early. Switch the appliance off and on again.
If the alarm code appears again, contact the Authorised Service Centre.
Wait until mains supply is stable.
The mains supply is unstable.
If the display shows other alarm codes, deactivate and activate the appliance. If the problem continues,
contact the Authorised Service Centre.
In case of different problem with the washing machine check the table below for possible solutions.
Problem
The programme does
not start.
Possible solution
•
•
•
Make sure that the mains plug is connected to the mains socket.
Make sure that the appliance door is closed.
Make sure that there is no damaged fuse in the fuse box.
•
•
Make sure that the Start/Pause
has been touched.
If the delay start is set, cancel the setting or wait for the end of countdown.
Deactivate the Child Lock function if it is on.
Check the position of the knob on the selected programme.
•
•
The appliance fills with
water and drains immediately.
The spin phase does
not operate or the
washing cycle lasts longer than usual.
•
Make sure that the drain hose is in the correct position. The hose may
be positioned too low. Refer to "Installation instruction".
•
•
Set the spin programme.
Make sure that the drain filter is not clogged. Clean the filter, if necessary. Refer to "Care and cleaning".
Adjust manually the items in the tub and start the spin phase again.
This problem may be caused by balance problems.
•
•
There is water on the
floor.
•
•
•
You cannot open the
appliance door.
The appliance makes an
unusual noise and vibrates.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Make sure that the couplings of the water hoses are tight and there is
not water leakages.
Make sure that the water inlet hose and the drain hose have no damages.
Make sure you use the correct detergent and the correct quantity of it.
Make sure that a washing programme that ends with water in tub, has
not been selected.
Make sure that the washing programme is finished.
Set the drain or the spin programme if there is water in the drum.
Make sure that the appliance receives electrical power.
This problem may be caused by a failure of the appliance. Contact the
Authorised Service Centre.
If you need to open the door, please read carefully "Emergency door
opening".
Make sure the levelling of the appliance is correct. Refer to "Installation instruction".
Make sure that the packaging and/or the transit bolts are removed.
Refer to "Installation instruction".
Add more laundry in the drum. The load may be too small.
Problem
The programme duration increases or decreases during programme execution.
Possible solution
•
The AutoAdjust System is able to adjust the programme duration according to the type and the laundry load size. Refer to "The AutoAdjust
System load detection" in "Daily Use" chapter.
•
•
•
•
Increase the detergent quantity or use a different detergent.
Use special products to remove the stubborn stains before you wash
the laundry.
Make sure that you set the correct temperature.
Decrease the laundry load.
Too much foam in the
drum during the washing cycle.
•
Reduce the quantity of detergent.
After the washing cycle,
there are some detergent residues in the dispenser drawer.
•
Make sure that the flap is in the correct position (UP for powder detergent - DOWN for liquid detergent).
Make sure you have used the detergent dispenser according the indications given in this user manual.
The washing results are
not satisfactory.
•
After the check, activate the appliance. The programme continues from the point of interruption.
If the problem occurs again, contact the Authorised Service Centre.
The necessary data for the service centre are on the rating plate.
EMERGENCY DOOR OPENING
In case of power failure or functioning failure the
appliance door remains locked. The washing
programme continues when the power is restored.
If the door remains locked in case of failure, it is
possible to open it using the emergency unlock
function.
Before opening the door:
CAUTION! Risk of burns! Make
sure that the water temperature is
not too high and the laundry is
not hot. If necessary, wait until
they cool down.
To open the door, proceed as follows:
1. Press the On/Off button to switch the
appliance off.
2. Disconnect the mains plug from the mains
socket.
3. Pull the emergency unlock trigger downward
once. Pull it once again, keep it tensed and, in
the meanwhile, open the appliance door. The
emergency unlock trigger is located where
indicated by the following picture.
CAUTION! Risk of injury! Make
sure that the drum is not rotating.
If necessary, wait until the drum
stops rotating.
Make sure that the water level
inside the drum is not too high. If
necessary, proceed with an
emergency drain (refer to
«Emergency drain» in «Care and
cleaning» chapter).
4. Take out the laundry and then close the
appliance door.
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CONSUMPTION VALUES
INTRODUCTION
This user manual reports two different tables in order to favour a gradual passage from a regulation to the other:
• Regulation EU 1061/2010, valid up to 28th of February 2021, is related to the Energy Efficiency classes from A+++ to D,
• Regulation EU 2019/2023, valid from 1st March 2021, is related to the Energy Efficiency
classes from A to G set by Regulation EU 2019/2014.
See the web link www.theenergylabel.eu for detailed information about Energy Label.
The QR code on the energy label supplied with the appliance provides a web link to the information related to the performance of the appliance in the EU EPREL database. Keep the energy label for reference together with the user manual and all other documents provided with
this appliance.
It is also possible to find the same information in EPREL using the link https://
eprel.ec.europa.eu and the model name and product number that you find on the rating
plate of the appliance. Refer to 'Product description' chapter for the position of the rating
plate.
LEGEND
kg
Laundry load.
h:mm
Programme duration.
kWh
Energy consumption.
°C
Temperature in the laundry.
Litres
Water consumption.
rpm
Spin speed.
%
Remaining moisture at the end of spinning phase. The higher is the spin speed, the higher is
the noise and the lower is the remaining moisture.
Values and programme duration may differ depending on different conditions (e.g. room temperature, water temperature and pressure, load size and type of laundry, supply voltage) and
also if you change the default setting of a programme.
ACCORDING TO COMMISSION REGULATION
EU 2019/2023
Eco 40-60 programme
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kg
kWh
Litres
h:mm
%
°C
rpm1)
Full load
7
1.155
54
3:20
52
47
1351
Half load
3.5
0.870
44
2:30
52
43
1351
Eco 40-60 programme
kg
Quarter load
2
kWh
0.500
Litres
h:mm
35
2:30
%
°C
54
rpm1)
33
1351
1) Maximum spin speed.
Power consumption in different modes
Off (W)
Stand-by (W)
0.48
Delay start (W)
0.48
4.00
Time to Off/Standby mode is 15 minutes maximum.
ACCORDING TO REGULATION 1061/2010
Standard cotton programmes. Load (kg)
Approximate Remaining
Energy con- Water conprogramme moisture
sumption sumption (liduration
(kWh)
tres)
(%)1)
(minutes)
For Standard 60°C cotton:
Set Eco 40-60 at 60°C
7
0.93
52
250
52
For Standard 60°C cotton:
Set Eco 40-60 at 60°C
3.5
0.70
41
205
52
For Standard 40°C cotton:
Set Eco 40-60 at 30°C
3.5
0.55
41
200
52
1) At the end of spin phase.
Off Mode (W)
0.48
Left On Mode (W)
0.48
The information given in the chart above is compliant with the EU Commission regulation 1015/2010
implementing directive 2009/125/EC .
COMMON PROGRAMMES
These values are indicative only.
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Programme
kg
kWh
Litres
h:mm
%
°C
rpm1)
Cottons2)
90°C
7
1.90
85
3:25
52
85
1400
Cottons
60°C
7
1.10
80
2:55
52
55
1400
Cottons3)
20°C
7
0.35
80
2:35
52
20
1400
Synthetics
40°C
3
0.75
75
2:10
35
40
1200
Delicates4)
30°C
2
0.30
50
0:50
35
30
1200
1.5
0.25
65
1:05
30
30
1200
Wool
30°C
1) Reference indicator of the spin speed.
2) Suitable for washing heavily soiled textiles.
3) Suitable for washing lightly soiled cottons.
4) It also performs as quick washing cycle for lightly soiled laundry.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
with the symbol with the household waste.
Return the product to your local recycling facility or
contact your municipal office.
Recycle materials with the symbol
. Put the
packaging in relevant containers to recycle it. Help
protect the environment and human health by
recycling waste of electrical and electronic
appliances. Do not dispose of appliances marked
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