Washing Machine - Fisher & Paykel
Washing Machine
USE & CARE GUIDE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.............2,3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . ...................................4
Parts and Features. ..........................................................................4
Operating instructions. ...................................................................5
CARE AND CLEANING GUIDE.......................................7
Cleaning and Maintenance....................................... .......................7
Moving & Vacationing .......................................... . . . . . ..........8
TROUBLE SHOOTING..................................................8
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS..................................10
Tools and Materials Required.........................................................10
Unpacking Your Washer..................................................................11
Levelling Your Washer.....................................................................11
Steps for Installation......................................................................12
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS.................................... 14
Power Interruptions.......................................................................14
SPECIFICATIONS............................................Back Cover
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14 Access Panel
Energy Label Program
Temp: Hot/Cold; Program Select: Normal; Load Size:Super;
Soli Level: Normal
Note: Please only use a low-sudsing or high-efficiency type detergent.
Bleach use and dispenser:
* Bleaching of clothes can help remove stains, heavy soiling and kill
bacteria.
* Bleach should not be used on silk, wool, rayon or drip dry clothes.
* Bleach dispenser is located on the front corner under the lid.
* Fill the dispenser with the manufacturer's recommended dosage
during the first water fill.
* Be careful not to spill undiluted bleach onto the washer cabinet or
your clothes.
Note: Use only liquid bleach in dispenser.
CARE AND CLEANING GUIDE
Warning: Always unplug your washer to avoid electric shock before
cleaning. Ignoring this warning may result in injury. Before using cleaning
products, always read and follow manufacturer warnings to avoid
personal Injury or product damage.
Cleaning and Maintenance
* Use only a damp or sudsy cloth for cleaning the control panel.
* To avoid any kind of damage to cabinet finish, wipe washer cabinet as
needed. If you spill liquid/powdered softener bleach or detergent on the
cabinet, wipe cabinet immediately .
* Do not use any abrasive, harsh chemicals, ammonia, chlorine bleach,
concentrated detergent, solvents or metal scouring pads. These
chemicals may dissolve, damage and/or discolor your washer.
* Leave lid open after washing to allow inside of washer to dry and assist
in preventing unwelcomed bad odours.
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Moving & Vacationing
* Turn off water supply at the faucet and disconnect hoses. Drain water
from all hoses.
* Disconnect electrical plug.
* Dry inner wash tub. If moving washer disconnect drain hose.
* Turn the leveling legs clockwise all the way in.
* Move and store your washer in upright position only.
* To prevent mold or mildew, leave lid open so moisture inside machine
can evaporate.
* Insert transporting bolts if you are relocating the washer. Ensure
removal prior to usage.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
If washer does not operate:
* Check the unit is plugged in. The plug may have come loose.
* Check if the electrical wall receptacle is of proper voltage.
* Check if the circuit breaker needs to be reset or if the fuse needs
replacing.
* Check if the washer is overloaded :load may need to be re-arranged or
redistributed evenly.
* Check if the lid is open.You may have to close the lid properly.
* The washer pauses in some cycles. This is normal in delicate or handwash cycles which has short period of time.You will not hear washer
operation for a short period of time. When the soak time is over, it will
start automatically.
Problems with water:
* Not enough water coming out: Water faucet may need to be
completely turned on. Hoses may be tangled or kinked. Straighten out
hoses. Check water level selection, it may need to be readjusted.
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* Water temperature is incorrect: Check your water heater
temperature. Hot water needs to be at a temperature of at least 120 ° F140 ° F(49 ° C-60 ° C).Check to make sure the inlet hoses are properly
connected (E.g. Hot to hot & cold to cold).
* Water leaks: This may be due to incorrectiy installed drain hose or fill
hoses.Your home drain may be clogged .You may need to tighten hoses,
check the plumbing or call a plumber for assistance.
* Water will not drain: This may be due to not installing your drain hose
correctly. Check the position of the drain hose. In order to drain
properly, make sure that top of drain outlet is less than 5 ft. (1.5 m)
above the floor.
Washer is making noise:
* Washer may need to be reinstalled (Check washer installation
section).
* Washer load may need to be re-balanced, as the load may be uneven.
* Coins, loose change, buttons or other heavy objects could create
noise related sounds.
* Squealing sound: Due to overloaded wash tub.
* Vibration Noise: may be caused by not leveling washer properly on the
floor or uneven distribution of clothes in the tub.
Normal Operating Sounds
* The following sounds are normally heard during the
operation of the washer:
* Tumbling sounds: This is normal as the heavy wet clothes in
the washer are continuously being lossed around.
* Air rushing noise: This happens when the washer tub spins at
very high speeds.
* Wash and Rinse cycles going on and off will also make clicking
sounds.
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Problems with clothes:
* Clothes become excessively creased: this is due to improper sorting,
overloading or washing in excessively hot water repeatedly. Avoid
overloading and resort your load. Wash in cooler water.
* Soap residue: detergent may not be dissolved in water.
* Check water temperature, add detergent as wash tub is being filled
with water. Reduce detergent dosage or pre-dissolve detergent before
adding to wash.
* Spots or stains on your clothes: this is due to incorrect use of fabric
softener. Refer to manufacturers instructions on the container and
follow directions.
* Clothes are grayed or yellowed: this may be due to not using
sufficient detergent for large loads. Add more detergent to the load.
* Clothes are ripped & have holes/excessive wear & tear: this may be
due to sharp objects left in washing. Remove all small loose sharp
objects, fasten belts, zippers, metal snaps etc. Check if you are using
undiluted bleach. Never add undiluted bleach to wash.
LED Display Notes:
Reasons
Trouble Codes
Rinse and spin indicators flash
Unit does not drain, or the speed of draining is too slow.
All process indicators flash
The washer is out of balance. Please open the lid
and rebalance the load.
All water level indicators flash
The water inlet time exceeds the preset time.
“Medium” and “Small” load size
(water level) indicators flash
Water overflow protection.
“Super” and “Large”
load size
(water level) indicators flash
The water level sensor fault - Call service.
Beeps
Top lid not close properly.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Tools and Materials Required
You will need to have following tools to help you
with the installation of your washer:
Pliers, Wrench, Tape Measure, Gloves, Level
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Accessories Supplied
Quantity
1.Hot & Cold inlet hoses
2.Drain Hose Hook
3.Pipe Clip/brace
2
1
1
1
4.Outer Drain Hose
2
1
3
4
Unpacking Your Washer:
* Remove all packing materials. This includes the foam base and all
adhesive tape holding the washer accessories inside and outside.
* Open the top lid to remove the drum brace. Pull to remove.
NOTE: Save drum brace. Reinstall when moving the washer.
* Inspect and remove any remains of packing, tape or printed materials
before using the washer.
WARNING: To avoid danger of suffocation, keep plastic bag and other
packing material away from babies and children. Do not use this bag in
cribs,carriages and playpens. The plastic bag could block nose and mouth
and prevent breathing. This bag is not a toy.
Leveling Your Washer
* Your washer has 4 leveling legs; which are located on the four bottom
corners.
* After properly placing your washer in its final position, you can level
your washer.
* Leveling legs can be adjusted by turning them counterclockwise to
raise your washer or turning them clockwise to lower your washer.
Adjustable foot
High
Low
WARNING:Leveling of washer is very important to prevent vibration
during spin.
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Steps for Installation
• Select a suitable location for the washer on a hard even surface away
from direct sunlight or heat source e.g. radiators, baseboard heaters,
cooking appliances etc. Any floor unevenness should be corrected with
the leveling legs located on the bottom corners of the washer. The
washer must be placed at room temperature.You must not place
washer where the temperature is at below freezing.
For this machine having ventilation openings in the base, make sure the
openings must not be obstructed by a carpet.
Installing Your Washer
Read installation instructions carefully before installation.
1. Do not use water inlet hoses without a flat washer on each end. The
washer in the coupling has to be placed firmly. Flat water inlet hose
washers are preinstalled in each end of the water inlet hoses.
New hose-sets supplied with the appliance are to be used and that old
hose-sets should not be reused.
NOTE: You may have to use pliers to tighten the coupling.
Do not over tighten because you may cause damage to the valve.
Cold water inlet hose
Hot water inlet hose
2. Connect the hot and cold water inlet hoses to the hot and cold water
faucet.
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3. Install the drain hose to the back of the washer using the drain hose
clamp provided. The drain hose must be placed into a drain pipe or sink
at least 3.5cm in diameter. Use the goose neck to fix the hose in place.
To avoid possible flush back of water, the drain hose must be fixed at a
minimum height of 1000mm and a maximum height of 1500mm.
Water Inlet
Goose Neck
Water Supply Hose
Hose Bend
Drain Hose
4.Plug the wash er into a regular 220-24 0Volt/50Hz,10Amp outlet.
Note :Carefully inspect around the machine for any leaks, and tighten any
loose connecti ons.
Caution: If, after completing these steps, you are unsure that
unit is properly installed, contact a qualified installer.
To ensure that your washer is properly installed, it is
recommended that it be installed by a certified installer.
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Note:Default settings when you choose this program after power on
Cycle
Fabric Type
Normal
Cottons,Linens and
mixed garments
Heavy Duty
White garments
Quick
Dark and color dyed
fabrics
Whites
heavily soiled durable
colorfast fabrics
Bulky
Lingerie sheer fabrics
with lace trim
Colors
Cottons,Linens and
mixed garments
Delicate
Cottons,Linens and
mixed garments
Wash
Process
Wash
Rinse
Spin
Soak
Wash
Rinse
Spin
Wash
Rinse
Spin
Soak
Wash
Rinse
Spin
Wash
Rinse
Spin
Wash
Rinse
Spin
Wash
Rinse
Spin
Estimated
Time(Min)*
64
68
Temp
Warm/Cold
Hot/Cold
Cold/Cold
Warm/Cold
Hot/Cold
Cold/Cold
20
68
Warm/Cold
Hot/Cold
Cold/Cold
Cold/Cold
Warm/Cold
Hot/Cold
27
34
25
Warm/Cold
Hot/Cold
Cold/Cold
Warm/Cold
Hot/Cold
Cold/Cold
Warm/Cold
Hot/Cold
Cold/Cold
* These times are for reference only and may not match your model exactly.
Default settings
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