Aeg LR3660C User Manual
LR3660C
USER
MANUAL
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User Manual
Washing Machine
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION............................................................................................. 3
2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................................................5
3. INSTALLATION............................................................................................................6
4. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION.........................................................................................10
5. CONTROL PANEL..................................................................................................... 10
6. DIAL AND BUTTONS................................................................................................ 13
7. PROGRAMMES..........................................................................................................16
8. SETTINGS...................................................................................................................21
9. BEFORE FIRST USE................................................................................................... 21
10. DAILY USE................................................................................................................21
11. HINTS AND TIPS..................................................................................................... 26
12. CARE AND CLEANING.......................................................................................... 27
13. TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................. 32
14. CONSUMPTION VALUES.......................................................................................36
15. TECHNICAL DATA..................................................................................................37
16. ACCESSORIES......................................................................................................... 37
17. QUICK GUIDE.........................................................................................................38
18. PRODUCT INFORMATION SHEET IN REFERENCE TO E.U. REGULATION
1369/2017........................................................................................................................39
19. GUARANTEE .......................................................................................................... 40
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
Always use original spare parts.
When contacting our Authorised Service Centre, ensure that you have the
following data available: Model, PNC, Serial Number.
The information can be found on the rating plate.
Warning / Caution-Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information
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Subject to change without notice.
1.
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.
1.1 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.
1.2 General Safety
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Do not change the specification of this appliance.
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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 8 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.
If a tumble dryer is stacked on the top of the washing
machine, make sure to use the correct stacking kit
approved by AEG (see more details in chapter
"Accessories - Stacking kit").
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2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 Installation
The installation must comply
with relevant national
regulations.
• 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.
• 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 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.
• 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.
2.2 Electrical connection
WARNING!
Risk of fire and electric
shock.
• 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.
2.3 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.
• 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.
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• 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.
2.4 Use
WARNING!
Risk of injury, electric shock,
fire, burns or damage to the
appliance.
• 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.
2.5 Service
• To repair the appliance contact the
Authorised Service Centre.
• Use original spare parts only.
2.6 Disposal
WARNING!
Risk of injury or suffocation.
• 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).
3. INSTALLATION
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
3.1 Unpacking
1. Remove the external film. If
necessary, use a cutter.
3. Open the door. Remove all the items
from the drum.
2. Remove the cardboard top and the
polystyrene packaging materials.
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4. Put the front polystyrene packaging
element on the floor under the
appliance. Carefully put down the
appliance onto its rear side.
8. Put the plastic caps, that you find in
the user manual bag, in the holes.
5. Remove the polystyrene protection
from the bottom. Put the appliance
back into an upright position.
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6. Remove the power supply cable and
the drain hose from the hose holders.
We recommend that you
keep the packaging and the
transit bolts for any transport
of the appliance.
3.2 Information for installation
Positioning and levelling
Adjust the appliance correctly to prevent
vibration, noise and movement of the
appliance when it operates.
It is possible to see
water flowing from the
drain hose. This is
because the washing
machine has been tested
at the factory.
7. Remove the three transit bolts and
pull out the plastic spacers.
1. Install the appliance on a flat hard
floor. The appliance must be levelled
and stable. Make sure that the appliance
does not touch the wall or other units
and there is air circulation below the
appliance.
2. Loosen or tighten the feet to adjust
the level. All feet must rest firmly on the
floor.
WARNING!
Do not put cardboard, wood
or equivalent materials
below the appliance feet to
adjust the level.
The inlet hose
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CAUTION!
Make sure there is no
damage to hoses and there
are no leaks from the
couplings. Do not use an
extension hose if the inlet
hose is too short. Contact
the service centre for a
replacement inlet hose.
1. Connect the water inlet hose to the
back of the appliance.
2. On the edge of a sink - Fasten the
guide to the water tap or to the wall.
45º
20º
2. Position it toward left or right
depending on the positon of the water
tap. Make sure that the inlet hose is not
in vertical position.
3. If necessary, loosen the ring nut to set
it in the correct position.
Make sure that the plastic
guide cannot move when
the appliance drains and the
drain hose end is not
immersed in the water.
There may be a return of
dirty water into the
appliance.
3. If the end of the drain hose looks like
this (see the picture), you can push it
directly into the stand pipe.
4. Connect the water inlet hose to the
cold water tap with 3/4'' thread.
Water drainage
The drain hose should stay at a height of
no less than 60 cm and not more than
100 cm.
You can extend the drain
hose to maximum 400 cm.
Contact the authorised
service centre for the other
drain hose and the
extension.
It is possible to connect the drain hose in
different ways:
1. Make a U shape with the drain hose
and put it around the plastic hose guide.
4. To a stand pipe with vent hole - Insert
the drain hose directly into a drain pipe.
Refer to the illustration.
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Make sure that the drain hose makes a
loop to prevent particles going into the
appliance from the sink.
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The end of the drain hose
must always be ventilated ,
i.e. the inner diameter of the
drain pipe (min. 38 mm min. 1.5") must be larger
than the external diameter
of the drain hose.
5. Without the plastic hose guide, to a
sink spigot- Put the drain hose in the
spigot and tighten it with a clamp. Refer
to the illustration.
Connect the drain hose to the spigot and
tighten it with a clamp. Make sure that
the drain hose makes a loop to prevent
particles going into the appliance from
the sink.
6. Position the hose directly to a built-in
drain pipe in the room wall and tighten it
with a clamp.
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4. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
4.1 Appliance overview
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Worktop
Detergent dispenser
Control panel
Door handle
Rating plate
Drain pump filter
Feet for levelling the appliance
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Drain hose
Inlet hose connection
Mains cable
Transit bolts
Hose support
5. CONTROL PANEL
5.1 Special features
Your new washing machine meets all
modern requirements for an effective
treatment of laundry with low water,
energy and detergent consumption and
proper care of fabric.
• The steam has a quick and easy way
to refresh the clothes. The gentle
steam programmes remove odours
and reduce creases in dry fabrics so
they need little ironing.
The Plus Steam option, finishes every
cycle with gentle steam that relaxes
the fibres and reduces fabric creasing.
Ironing will be easier!
• Thanks to the Soft Plus option, the
fabric softener is uniformly spread out
in the laundry and deeply penetrates
the fabric fibres favouring a perfect
softness.
• The ProSense System detects the
laundry load size defining the
programme duration in 30 seconds.
The washing programme is tailored to
the laundry load and the type of fabric
without consuming more time, energy
and water than necessary.
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5.2 Control panel description
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Wolle/Seide
Denim
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B aum w o ll e
Baumwolle Eco
Outdoor
P f le g e l e i c h t
Sport
Feinwäsche
Cashmere
Rapid 14 min.
Daunen
Spülen
Schleudern/Abpumpen
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1 Programme dial
2 Spin touch button
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11 Stain touch button
12 Prewash touch button
13 On/Off push button
6 Time Manager touch button
7 Start/Pause touch button
5.3 Display
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10 Extra Rinse touch button
5 Delay Start touch button
permanent Child Lock option
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9 Soft Plus touch button
3 Temperature touch button
4 Display
8 Plus Steam touch button
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The Temperature area:
Temperature indicator .
Cold water indicator.
Child safety lock indicator.
Door locked indicator.
Delay start indicator.
The digital indicator can show:
• Programme duration (e. g.
• Delay time (e. g.
• Cycle end (
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• Warning code (e.g.
• Error indicator (
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Time Manager indicator.
Steam phase indicator.
Anti-crease phase indicator.
Drum clean indicator. This is a recommendation to perform the
drum cleaning.
The spin area:
Spin speed indicator
No Spin indicator. Spin phase is off.
Silent indicator.
Rinse Hold indicator.
Add garments indicator. it lights at the beginning of the washing
phase, when it is still possible to pause the appliance and add
more laundry.
Maximum load indicator (refer to "The ProSense System load detection " paragraph).
It flashes when the laundry load exceeds the maximum declared load of the selected programme.
5.4 Multilingual badges
Adhesive badges in different languages
are supplied with the appliance.
The desired badge can be glued next to
the programme dial.
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Puuvilla
UltraWash
Denim
Puuvilla
Synteettiset
Outdoor
Hienopesu
Villa
Pika 14 min.
Silkki
Koneen puhdistus
Huuhtelu
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Tyhjennys/Linko
Anti-Allergy
6. DIAL AND BUTTONS
6.1 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.
6.2 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.
6.3 Temperature
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.
6.4 Spin
When you set a programme, the
appliance automatically sets the
maximum spin speed allowed, except for
programme Denim. With this option you
can decrease the default spin speed.
Touch repeatedly this button to:
• Decrease the spin speed. The
display shows only the spin speeds
available for the set programme.
• Additional spin options No Spin
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Set this option to deactivate all spin
phases. The appliance performs the
only draining phase of the selected
washing programme. Set this option
for very delicate fabrics. The rinses
phase uses more water for some
washing programmes
• Activate the Rinse Hold
option.
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.
remains displayed.
The indicator
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.
The appliance empties
the water out
automatically after 18
hours approximately.
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• Activate the Silent
option.
The intermediate and the final
spinning phases are suppressed and
the programme ends with water in the
drum. This helps to reduce creasing.
The indicator
remains displayed.
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.
If you touch the Start/Pause
button, the appliance performs the
only draining phase.
The appliance empties
the water out
automatically after 18
hours approximately.
This option increases the
programme duration.
This option is not available
with a temperature lower
than 40 °C.
6.7 Permanent Extra Rinse
With this option you can add a few rinses
according to the selected washing
programme.
Use this option for people with allergies
to detergent residues and with sensitive
skin.
This option increases the
programme duration.
The corresponding indicator above the
touch button illuminates and also stays
permanently on during next cycles until
this option is deactivated.
6.8 Permanent Soft Plus
6.5 Prewash
With this option you can add a prewash
phase to a washing programme.
Set this option to optimise the fabric
softener distribution and improve fabric
softness.
The corresponding indicator above the
touch button illuminates.
Recommended when you use fabric
softener.
• 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.
The options can increase the
programme duration.
This option increases the
programme duration.
The corresponding indicator above the
touch button illuminates and also stays
permanently on during next cycles until
this option is deactivated.
6.9 Plus Steam
6.6 Stain
This option adds a steam phase followed
by a short anti-crease phase at the end
of the washing programme.
Touch this button to add the stain phase
to a programme.
The steam phase reduces fabric creasing
and facilitates the fabric ironing.
The corresponding indicator above the
touch button illuminates.
The corresponding indicator above the
touch button illuminates.
Use this option for laundry with hard
stains to remove.
When you set this option, put the stain
remover into compartment
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The indicator
steam phase.
is steady on during
This option can increase the
programme duration.
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goes off
and the indicator
is steady on. The
drum performs smooth movements for
about 30 minutes to keep the steam
benefit. By touching any button the anticrease movements stop and the door
unlocks.
the shortest cycle to freshen up a
small amount of laundry.
The Time Manager is available only with
the programmes in the table.
indicator
A small laundry load helps to
reach better results.
6.10 Delay Start
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With this option you can delay the start
of a programme to a more convenient
time.
Touch the button repeatedly to set the
required delay. The time increases in
steps of 1 hour up to 20 hours.
The display shows the indicator
and
the selected delay time. After touching
the Start/Pause
button, the appliance
begins the countdown and the door is
locked.
6.11 Time Manager
With this option you can reduce the
programme duration depending on the
load size and the degree of soiling.
When you set a washing programme, the
display shows the default duration and
dashes.
button to
Touch Time Manager
reduce the programme duration
according to your needs. The display
shows the new programme duration and
a number of dashes will decrease
accordingly:
suitable for a full load of normally
soiled garments.
a quick cycle for a full load of lightly
soiled garments.
very quick cycle for a smaller lightly
soiled load (max. half load
recommended).
Synthetics
, the indicator
Cottons Eco
shows
Cottons
When the programme stops the display
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1) Default duration for all programmes.
Time Manager with steam
programmes
When setting a steam programme, this
button allows to chose three steam levels
and the programme duration is reduced
accordingly:
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: medium.
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: minimum.
In some appliances the
programme duration is
reduced without showing
any dashes.
6.12 Start/Pause
Touch the Start/Pause
button to
start, pause the appliance or interrupt a
running programme.
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7. PROGRAMMES
7.1 Programme Chart
Programme
Default temperature
Temperature
range
Reference
spin speed
Spin speed
range
Maximum
load
Programme description
(Type of load and soil level)
Washing programmes
Cottons
40 °C
90 °C - Cold
Cottons Eco1)
40 °C
60 °C - 40 °C
Synthetics
40 °C
60 °C - Cold
Delicates
30 °C
40 °C - Cold
1600 rpm
(1600- 400
rpm)
8 kg
White cotton and coloured cotton. Normal,
heavy and light soil.
1600 rpm
(1600- 400
rpm)
8 kg
White cotton and fast-coloured cotton. Normal
soil. The energy consumption decreases and the
time of the washing programme is extended, ensuring good washing results.
1200 rpm
(1200 - 400
rpm)
3 kg
Synthetic items or mixed fabric items. Normal
soil.
1200 rpm
(1200- 400
rpm)
3 kg
Delicate fabrics such as acrylics, viscose and
mixed fabrics requiring gentler washing. Normal soil.
Steam programmes
Steam programmes can be used for reducing wrinkles and odours2) of garments that just
need to be refreshed, avoiding washing. The fabric fibres are relaxed and afterwards ironing becomes effortless. When the programme is completed, quickly remove the laundry
from the drum3). Steam programme does not perform any hygienic cycle. Do not set a
steam programme with the following type of items:
• Items that are not suitable for tumble drying.
• Items with label "Dry clean only".
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Programme
Default temperature
Temperature
range
Reference
spin speed
Spin speed
range
Maximum
load
1 kg
Cashmere
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Programme description
(Type of load and soil level)
Wool and cashmere. Short programme to refresh maximum 1 kg of machine and hand washable woolen and cashmere garments without
washing. When treating smaller loads, the programme duration can be further reduced by
means of the Time Manager option.
WARNING!
Do not use this programme with
woolen garments labelled as dryclean only.
1 kg
Refresh
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Cottons, Synthetics, Delicates. Short and gentle steam programme to refresh even your very
delicate garments, including very delicate garments with sequins, lace etc. When treating
smaller loads, the programme duration can be
further reduced by means of the Time Manager
option.
WARNING!
Do not use this programme with
wool and garments labelled as
dry-clean only.
Special programmes
1600 rpm
(1600 - 400
rpm)
8 kg
Spin/Drain
All fabrics, except woollens and delicate fabrics. To spin the laundry and to drain the water in
the drum.
1600 rpm
(1600- 400
rpm)
8 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.
Additional washing programmes
Duvet
40 °C
60 °C - Cold
800 rpm
(800 - 400
rpm)
3 kg
Single synthetic blanket, padded clothes, duvets, down jackets and similar items.
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Programme
Default temperature
Temperature
range
Rapid 14min
30 °C
Sport
30 °C
40 °C - Cold
Outdoor
30 °C
40 °C - Cold
Reference
spin speed
Spin speed
range
Maximum
load
Programme description
(Type of load and soil level)
1200 rpm
(1200- 400
rpm)
1.5 kg
Synthetic and mixed fabric items. Light soil and
items to freshen up.
1200 rpm
(1200- 400
rpm)
3 kg
Synthetic items. A cycle for outdoor sport
clothes normal soiled.
1200 rpm
(1200- 400
rpm)
2 kg4)
1 kg5)
Do not use fabric softener and
make sure that there is no softener residue in the detergent dispenser.
Synthetic sport items. This programme is designed to gently wash modern outdoor sportswear and is also suitable for gym, cycling or jogging clothes or similar. The recommended laundry load is 2 kg.
Waterproof, waterproof-breathable and water
repellent fabrics. This programme can also be
used as a water repellency restoring cycle, specifically tailored for treating clothes with a hydrophobic coating. To perform the water repellency
restoring cycle, proceed as follows:
• Pour the washing detergent in the compart.
ment
• Pour a special water repellency restorer for
fabric into the softener compartment of the
drawer .
• Reduce the laundry load to 1 kg.
To further improve the water repellency restoring action, dry the
laundry in a tumble dryer by setting the Outdoor drying programme (if available and if the
garment care label permits tumble drying).
Denim
30 °C
40 °C - Cold
800 rpm
(1200 - 400
rpm)
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
Default temperature
Temperature
range
Wool / Silk
40 °C
40 °C - Cold
Reference
spin speed
Spin speed
range
1200 rpm
(1200 - 400
rpm)
Maximum
load
1.5 kg
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Programme description
(Type of load and soil level)
Machine washable wool, hand washable wool
and other fabrics with «hand washing» care
symbol6).
1) Standard programmes for the Energy Label consumption values. According to regulation
1061/2010, these programmes are respectively the «Standard 60°C cotton programme» and 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.
2) Steam programme doesn't remove particularly intense odour.
3) After the steam treatment the laundry can be humid. Hang items out for a few minutes.
4) Washing programme.
5) Washing programme and waterproofing phase.
6) 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 options compatibility
Cashmere
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Time Manager
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Delay Start
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Plus Steam
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Soft Plus
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Extra Rinse
Delicates
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Stain 2)
Synthetics
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Prewash1)
Cottons Eco
No Spin
Cottons
Spin
Programme
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Spin/Drain
Rinse
Duvet
Rapid 14min
Sport
Outdoor
Denim
Wool / Silk
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Delay Start
Time Manager
Refresh
Plus Steam
Soft Plus
Extra Rinse
Stain 2)
Prewash1)
No Spin
Programme
Spin
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1) Prewash and Stain cannot be selected together.
2) This option is not available with temperature lower than 40 °C.
3) If you set the No Spin option, the appliance performs draining only.
7.2 Woolmark Apparel Care - Blue
The wool wash cycle of this machine has been
approved by The Woolmark Company for the
washing of wool garments labelled as «hand
wash» provided that the garments are washed according to the instructions issued by the
manufacturer of this washing machine. Follow
the garment care label for drying and other
laundry instructions. M1623
The Woolmark symbol is a Certification mark
in many countries.
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8. SETTINGS
8.1 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 activate/deactivate the acoustic
signals when the programme is
completed, touch the
and the
buttons simultaneously for about 2
seconds. The display shows On or Off.
If you deactivate the
acoustic signals, they
continue to operate when
the appliance has a
malfunction.
8.2 Child Lock
With this option you can prevent children
from playing with the control panel.
To activate/deactivate this option, hold
down the
button until
goes off on the display.
comes on/
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.
9. 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.
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10. DAILY USE
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
10.1 Activating the appliance
1. Connect the mains plug to the mains
socket.
2. Open the water tap.
3. Press the On/Off
button for a few
seconds to activate the appliance.
A short tune sounds.
10.2 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.
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- Maximum level for quantity of liquid additives.
- Flap for powder or liquid detergent.
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.
10.3 Filling the detergent and
additives
- Compartment for prewash phase,
soak programme or stain remover.
- Compartment for washing phase.
- Compartment for fabric softener and
other liquid treatments(fabric conditioner,
starch).
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.
10.4 Check the position of the
detergent flap
1. Pull out the detergent dispenser until
it stops.
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.
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display and the given information
changes accordingly.
If a selection is not possible
an acoustic signal sounds
and the display shows
.
10.6 Starting a programme
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.
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
.
The drain pump can operate
shortly before the appliance
fills water.
10.7 Starting a programme
with the delay start
1. Touch the Delay Start
button
repeatedly until the display shows the
desired delay time. On the display the
indicator shows
2. Touch the Start/Pause
button. The
appliance door locks and starts the
countdown of the delay start. The display
Make sure that the flap does not cause a
blockage when you close the drawer.
.
shows the indicator
When the countdown is completed, the
programme starts automatically.
10.5 Setting a programme
Cancelling the delay start after
the countdown has started
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 and the maximum
load.
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. The
related indicators illuminate on the
To cancel the delay start:
1. Touch the Delay Start
button
repeatedly until the display shows
the desired delay time. On the
display the indicator shows
Touch the Start/Pause
button. The
appliance lock the door and starts the
countdown of the delay start. The display
shows the indicator
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When the countdown is completed, the
programme starts automatically.
2. Touch the Start/Pause
button to
pause the appliance. The related
indicator flashes.
3. Touch the Delay Start
button
repeatedly until the display shows
and the indicator
goes off.
Once removed the exceeding garments,
button to start
touch the Start/Pause
the programme again. The ProSense
phase can be repeated up to three times
(see point 1).
Important! If the laundry amount will not
be reduced, the washing programme
starts anyway, despite the overload. In
this case, it will be not possible to
guarantee the best washing results.
4. Touch the Start/Pause
button
again to start the programme
immediately.
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.
About 20 minutes after the
programme start, the
programme duration could
be adjusted again
depending on the capacity
of water absorption of the
fabrics.
The ProSense detection is
carried out with complete
washing programmes only
and if the programme
duration has not been
reduced by means of the
Time Manager button.
button
3. Touch the Start/Pause
again to start the new countdown.
10.8 The ProSense System
load detection
10.9 Interrupting a
programme and changing the
options
The programme duration in
the display is referred to a
medium/high load.
When the programme is running, you
can change only some options:
After touching the Start/Pause
button, the maximum declared load
indicator goes off, the ProSense System
starts the laundry load detection:
1. The appliance detects the load in the
first 30 seconds. In the programmes
where Time Manager is available,
during this phase the Time Manager
bars
placed below the time
digits play a simple animation. The
drum rotates shortly.
2. The programme duration could be
adjusted accordingly and could
increase or decrease. After further 30
seconds, the water filling starts.
At the end of the load detection, in case
of drum overload, the indicator
flashing in the display:
In this case, for 30 seconds, it is possible
to pause the appliance and remove the
exceeding garments.
is
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
again.
The washing programme continues.
10.10 Cancelling a running
programme
1. Press the button On/Off
to cancel
the programme and to deactivate
the appliance.
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2. Press the button On/Off
activate the appliance.
again to
If the ProSense System has
completed and the water
filling has already started,
the new programme starts
without repeating the
ProSense System. The
water and the detergent are
not drained out in order to
avoid waste. The display
shows the maximum
duration of the programme,
updating it about 20 minutes
after the starting of the new
programme.
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acoustic signals operate (if they are
active). The display shows
The indicator of the Start/Pause
button goes off.
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.
.
Now, you can set a new washing
programme.
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.
10.11 Opening the door Adding garments
10.13 Draining water out after
end of cycle
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
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 the Start/
button.
Pause
The programme or the delay start
continues.
10.12 End of the programme
When the programme has finished, the
appliance stops automatically. The
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
and the
display shows the door locked
.
• 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.
button: the
2. Press the Start/Pause
appliance drains the water and spins.
The option indicator Rinse Hold
disappears.
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If you have set Silent
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.
button for a few
4. Press the On/Off
seconds to deactivate the appliance.
10.14 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.
If the dial is rotated to the "Reset"
position , the 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.
11. HINTS AND TIPS
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
11.1 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 heavy soil 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.
11.2 Stubborn stains
For some stains, water and detergent is
not sufficient.
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We recommend that you pre-treat these
stains before you put the items in the
appliance.
Special stain removers are available. Use
the special stain remover that is
applicable to the type of stain and fabric.
11.3 Detergents and other
treatments
• Only use detergents and other
treatments specially made for
washing machines:
– 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.
• Do not mix different types of
detergents.
• To help the environment, do not use
more than the recommended quantity
of detergent.
• Follow the instructions that you find
on packaging of the detergents or
other treatments without exceeding
).
the indicated maximum level (
• Use the recommended detergents for
the type and colour of the fabric, the
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programme temperature and the
level of soil.
11.4 Ecological hints
• Set a programme without the
prewash phase to wash laundry with
normal soil.
• Always start a washing programme
with the maximum load of laundry
allowed.
• If you pre-treat the stains or use a
stain remover, set a programme with
a low temperature.
• To use the correct quantity of
detergent, check the water hardness
of your domestic system. Refer to
"Water hardness".
11.5 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.
12. CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
12.1 External cleaning
Clean the appliance with mild soap and
warm water only. Fully dry all the
surfaces.
CAUTION!
Do not use alcohol, solvents
or chemical products.
CAUTION!
Do not clean the metal
surfaces with chlorine-based
detergent.
12.2 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.
Regular detergents already contain water
softening agents, but we recommend to
run a cycle with an empty drum and a
descaling product occasionally.
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Always follow the
instructions that you find on
the packaging of the
product.
12.3 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.
12.4 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, in such a way
that there is no need by the customer to
access this area for regular maintenance
and cleaning.
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.
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 a Cottons
programme with
the highest temperature.
3. Add a small quantity of powder
detergent into the empty drum, in
order to rinse out any left residues.
Occasionally, at the end of a
cycle the display may show
the icon : this is a
recommendation to perform
the “drum cleaning”. Once
the drum cleaning has been
performed, the icon
disappears.
12.6 Cleaning the detergent
dispenser
Regularly examine the seal and remove
all objects from the inner part. Coins,
buttons, other small items forgotten in
the pockets of your clothes are
deposited during the washing cycle in
the special double lip trap in the
porthole seal, where they can be
conveniently recovered at the end of the
cycle.
12.5 Cleaning the drum
Regularly examine the drum to prevent
unwanted deposits.
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.
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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.
12.7 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.
• The display shows the alarm code
.
3. Make sure that all detergent residue
is removed from the upper and lower
part of the recess. Use a small brush
to clean the recess.
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:
1. Open the pump cover.
4. Insert the detergent drawer into the
guide rails and close it. Run the
rinsing programme without any
clothes in the drum.
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6. Repeat the steps 4 and 5 until the
water stops to flow out.
7. Turn the filter anti-clockwise to
remove it.
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2. Place a suitable bowl below the drain
pump access to collect the water that
flows out.
3. Open the chute downwards. Always
keep a rag nearby to dry up any
water spillages when removing the
filter.
4. Turn the filter 180 degrees in anticlockwise direction to open it,
without removing. Let the water flow
out.
5. When the bowl is full of water, turn
the filter back and empty the
container.
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2
8. If it is necessary, remove fluff and
objects from the filter recess.
9. Make sure that the impeller of the
pump can rotate. If it does not
rotate, contact the Authorised
Service Centre.
10. Clean the filter under the water tap.
11. Put the filter back into the special
guides by turning it clockwise. Make
sure that you tighten the filter
correctly to prevent leakages.
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When you drain the water with the
emergency drain procedure, you must
activate the drain system again:
a. Put 2 litres of water in the main
wash compartment of the
detergent dispenser.
b. Start the programme to drain the
water.
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12. Close the pump cover.
2
1
12.8 Cleaning the inlet hose and the valve filter
1
2
3
45°
20°
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12.9 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.
remaining water from the inlet hose and
the drain pump.
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.
12.10 Frost precautions
If the appliance is installed in an area
where the temperature can reach values
around 0° C or drop below, remove the
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.
13. TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
13.1 Introduction
The appliance does not start or it stops during operation.
First try to find a solution to the problem (refer to the table). If the problem persists,
contact the Authorised Service Centre.
WARNING!
Deactivate the appliance before carrying out any check.
In case of major problems, the acoustic signals operate, the display shows an
alarm code and the Start/Pause
•
button may flash continuously:
- The mains supply is unstable. Wait until the mains supply is stable.
•
- No communication between electronic elements of the appliance. Switch it
off and switch on again. The programme was not finished properly or the appliance
stopped too early. If the alarm code appears again, contact the Authorised Service
Centre.
•
- The appliance does not fill with water properly. After the proper check, start
button the appliance tries to
the appliance again by pressing Start/Pause
resume the cycle . If the error persists the alarm code will appear again.
•
- The appliance does not drain the water.
•
- The appliance door is open or not closed correctly. Please check the door!
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If the appliance is overloaded, remove some items from the drum
and/or hold the door shut while touching the Start/Pause
until the indicator
button
stops flashing (see the picture below).
13.2 Possible failures
Problem
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.
The programme does
not start.
The appliance does not
fill with water properly.
• 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.
• 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'.
The appliance fills with
• Make sure that the drain hose is in the correct position. The
water and drains immedihose may be positioned too low. Refer to "Installation inately.
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Problem
Possible solution
The appliance does not
drain the water.
• 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.
The spin phase does not
operate or the washing
cycle lasts longer than
usual.
• 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.
• 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.
You cannot open the appliance door.
• Make sure that a washing programme that ends with water
in tub, has 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".
The appliance makes an
unusual noise and vibrates.
• 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.
The programme duration • The ProSense System is able to adjust the programme duincreases or decreases
ration according to the type and the laundry load size. Reduring programme exefer to "The ProSense System load detection" in "Daily Use"
cution.
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Problem
Possible solution
The washing results are
not satisfactory.
• 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
• Reduce the quantity of detergent.
drum during the washing
cycle.
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.
After the check, activate the appliance. The programme continues from the point of
interruption.
If the problem occurs again, contact the Authorised Service Centre.
If the display shows other alarm codes, deactivate and activate the appliance. If the
problem continues, contact the Authorised Service Centre.
13.3 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.
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).
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. Open the filter flap.
4. Pull the emergency unlock trigger
downward once. Pull it downward
once again, keep it tensed and, in
the meanwhile, open the appliance
door.
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5. Take out the laundry and then close
the appliance door.
6. Close the filter flap.
14. CONSUMPTION VALUES
Stated values are obtained in laboratory conditions with relevant standards. Different causes can change the data: the quantity and type of
laundry and ambient temperature. Water pressure, the supply voltage
and the temperature of inlet water may also affect the washing programme duration.
Technical specifications may be changed without prior notice to improve
the quality of product.
Programmes
Load
(kg)
Energy
Water
Approxi- Remainconsump- consump- mate pro- ing moistion (kWh) tion (litre) gramme
ture (%)1)
duration
(minutes)
Cottons
60°C
8
1.30
80
220
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Cottons
40°C
8
1.20
80
210
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Synthetics
40°C
3
0.80
60
140
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Delicates
40°C
3
0.60
60
120
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1.5
0.30
60
75
30
Standard 60°C cotton
8
0.70
54
230
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Standard 60°C cotton
4
0.50
41
230
44
Wool / Silk
30°C
Standard cotton programmes
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Programmes
Load
(kg)
4
Standard 40°C cotton
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Energy
Water
Approxi- Remainconsump- consump- mate pro- ing moistion (kWh) tion (litre) gramme
ture (%)1)
duration
(minutes)
0.50
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230
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1) At the end of spin phase.
Off Mode (W)
Left On Mode (W)
0.30
0.30
The information given in the chart above is compliant with the EU Commission regulation
1015/2010 implementing directive 2009/125/EC .
15. TECHNICAL DATA
Dimension
Width/ Height/ Depth/
Total depth
600 mm/ 850 mm/ 572 mm/ 600 mm
Electrical connection
Voltage
Overall power
Fuse
Frequency
230 V
2200 W
10 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)
Minimum
Maximum
Cold water
Water supply 1)
Maximum Load
Cotton
Energy Efficiency Class
Spin Speed
8 kg
A+++
Maximum spin speed
1551 rpm
1) Connect the water inlet hose to a water tap with a 3/4'' thread.
16. ACCESSORIES
16.1 Available in www.electrolux.com/shop or from authorised
dealer
Only appropriate accessories approved by AEG ensure the safety
standards of the appliance. If unapproved parts are used, any claims will
be invalidated.
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16.2 Fixing plate kit
(4055171146)
Available from your authorised dealer.
If you install the appliance on a plinth,
secure the appliance in the fixing plates.
Read carefully the instructions supplied
with the accessory.
16.3 Stacking kit
The tumble dryer can be stacked on the
top of the washing machine only by
using the correct stacking kit
manufactured and approved by AEG.
Verify the compatible
stacking kit by checking the
depth of your appliances.
The stacking kit can be used only with
the appliances specified in the leaflet
provided with the accessory.
Read carefully the instructions supplied
with the appliance and with the
accessory.
WARNING!
Do not put the tumble dryer
under the washing machine.
17. QUICK GUIDE
17.1 Daily use
1
2
3
5
4
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3. Set the desired options by means of
the corresponding touch buttons.
4. To start the programme, touch the
Connect the mains plug to the mains
socket.
Open the water tap.
Load the laundry.
Pour the detergent and other treatments
in the proper compartment of the
detergent dispenser.
button to switch
1. Push the On/Off
the appliance on.
2. Turn the programme dial to set the
desired programme.
Start/Pause
button.
5. The appliance starts.
At the end of the programme, remove
the laundry.
Push the On/Off
appliance off.
button to switch the
17.2 Cleaning the drain pump filter
1
2
3
180˚
1
2
Clean the filter regularly and, especially,
if the alarm code
display.
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18. PRODUCT INFORMATION SHEET IN REFERENCE
TO E.U. REGULATION 1369/2017
Product Information Sheet
Trade Mark
Model
Rated capacity in kg
AEG
LR3660C, PNC914555022
8
Energy efficiency class
A+++
Energy consumption in kWh per year, based on 220
standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60 °C
and 40 °C at full and partial load, and the consumption of
the low-power modes. Actual energy consumption will
depend on how the appliance is used.
137.0
Energy consumption of the standard 60°C cotton programme at full load in kWh
0.70
Energy consumption of the standard 60°C cotton programme at partial load in kWh
0.50
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Energy consumption of the standard 40°C cotton programme at partial load kWh
0.50
Power consumption of the off-mode in W
0.30
Power consumption in left-on mode in W
0.30
Water consumption in litres per year, based on 220 standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60 °C and
40 °C at full and partial load. Actual water consumption
will depend on how the appliance is used.
Spin-drying efficiency class on a scale from G (least efficient) to A (most efficient)
Maximum spin speed in rpm
10999
A
1551
Remaining moisture content in %
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The 'standard 60 °C cotton programme' and the 'standard 40 °C cotton programme' are the standard washing
programmes to which the information in the label and the
fiche relates, these programmes are suitable to clean normally soiled cotton laundry and they are the most efficient in terms of combined energy and water consumption.
-
Programme time of the standard 60°C cotton programme
at full load in minutes
230
Programme time of the standard 60°C cotton programme
at partial load in minutes
230
Programme time of the "standard 40°C cotton programme at partial load in minutes
230
Duration of the left on mode in minutes
5
Airborne acoustical noise emission in db(A) washing
51
Airborne acoustical noise emission in db(A) spinning
77
Built in appliance Y/N
No
The information given in the chart above is compliant with the EU Commission regulation
1015/2010 implementing directive 2009/125/EC .
19.
CH
GUARANTEE
Customer Service Centres
Point of Service
Industriestrasse 10
5506 Mägenwil
Le Trési 6
1028 Préverenges
Via Violino 11
6928 Manno
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Point of Service
Morgenstrasse 131
3018 Bern
Langgasse 10
9008 St. Gallen
Seetalstrasse 11
6020 Emmenbrücke
Schlossstrasse 1
4133 Pratteln
Comercialstrasse 19
7000 Chur
Spare parts service Industriestrasse 10,
5506 Mägenwil, Tel. 0848 848 111
Specialist advice/Sale Badenerstrasse
587, 8048 Zürich, Tel. 044 405 81 11
Warranty For each product we provide a
two-year guarantee from the date of
purchase or delivery to the consumer
(with a guarantee certificate, invoice or
sales receipt serving as proof). The
guarantee covers the costs of materials,
labour and travel. The guarantee will
lapse if the operating instructions and
conditions of use are not adhered to, if
the product is incorrectly installed, or in
the event of damage caused by external
influences, force majeure, intervention by
third parties or the use of non-genuine
components.
20. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
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 with the symbol
with the household waste. Return the
product to your local recycling facility or
contact your municipal office.
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For Switzerland:
Where should you take your
old equipment?
Anywhere that sells new
equipment or hand it in to
official SENS collection
points or official SENS
recycling firms.
The list of official SENS
collection points can be
found at www.erecycling.ch
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