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Owner’s Instructions
SW56APPI/SW55APP3
CONTENTS
Page
FEATURES ................................................................................... 1
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS .......................................................... 2
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................ 3
INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE ............................................ 4
Environment .......................................................................... 4
Connecting the drain hose .................................................... 4
In case of pump-drained washer ........................................... 4
How to connect water supply hose ........................................ 4
Cleaning the filter net ............................................................ 5
How to add the detergent ...................................................... 5
How to add the fabric softener .............................................. 5
Cleaning the sump filter......................................................... 5
Levelling ................................................................................ 5
Precautions................................................................................6
WASHING INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................... 6
Procedure .............................................................................. 6
Wash programs ..................................................................... 7
WASHING PROGRAM DETAILS ................................................. 7
OPTIONAL CYCLES......................................................................8
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................. 8
SPECIFICATIONS
FEATURES
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Reciprocating “mini agitator”
imitates hand wash action:
Detergent box and fabric softener
dispenser:
♦ The detergent box evenly dispenses the washing
detergent during the wash cycle to improve
detergent dilution and reduce residue build-up.
This feature also prevents bleaching damage
to clothes from undiluted detergent when using
the delay start cycle.
♦ With strong power for heavy clothes
and soft touch for delicate items, the
mini agitator moves up and down to
remove dirt just like hand washing.
♦ The convenient fabric softener dispenser adds
the softener automatically.
FABRIC
SOFTENER
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Twin filter nets collect lint
and residue:
♦ Two large, wide filter nets catch lint and
other larger particles that can accumlate
on certain fabrics.
3
Water cascades pound the
wash:
♦ Powerful waterfalls injected from two
ports above the wash bowl pound and
push down floating garments to
produce a more effective overall wash
action.
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DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
LID
WATER SUPPLY
HOSE
RED-HOT WATER
DRAIN HOSE
WATER SUPPLY
HOSE
DETERGENT BOX
BLUE-COLD WATER
CONTROL PANEL
FABRIC SOFTENER
DISPENSER
FABRIC SOFTENER
DISPENSER (See Page 5)
BLEACH INLET
POWER PLUG
LINT FILTER NET
HEIGHT
ADJUSTING FEET
CONTROL PANEL
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using your appliance,
take care to adhere to the following precautions.
● Where an unearthed power cord is not fitted,
be sure that the washer is grounded.
● Maximum hot water supply temperature
60 degrees.
To avoid electrical shock use metal piping for the ground
connection.
Take care not to ground the washer to gas pipes or
telephone cables due to the danger of explosion from
lightning strikes.
● Before washing, check all pockets.
If nails or pins remain in pockets, they may
damage the washer or clothes.
● During spinning, don't put your
hand in the spin basket.
● Don’t press the control panel with a
sharp object.
Because the spin basket is rotating
at the high speed, rotating parts
may injure your hand.
Panel damaged or malfunction may occur.
If the control panel for this
washer is damaged, it must be
replaced by a repair shop appointed
by the manufacturer, as special
purpose tools are required.
● Openings must not be obstructed
by carpeting when the washing machine is
installed on a carpeted floor.
● Do not operate this appliance
if it is damaged, malfunctioning,
partially disassembled, or has
missing or broken parts, including
a damaged cord or plug.
● Turn off water taps when the washer is not in
use to avoid water pressure damage to the
pump.
● To minimize the possibility of electric shock,
unplug this appliance from the power supply
or disconnect the washer at the household
distribution panel by removing the fuse or
switching off the circuit breaker before
attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
● Do not store or use gasoline
or other flammable vapors
and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
● The instructions for use shall specity the
maximum mass or dry cloth in kg, for which
the appliance is designed.
● The appliance is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without supervision.
● If the appliance is supplied from a cord
extension set or electrical portable outlet
device the cord extension set or electrical
portable outlet device should be positioned
so it is not subject to splashing or ingress
of moisture.
● Young children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
● If the power supply cord is damaged,
it must be replaced by the manufacturer
or its service agent or a similary qualified
person in order to avoid a hazard.
● This appliance is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons unless they have
been adequately supervised by a responsible
person to ensure that they can use the
appliance safely.
Young children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
● Place clothes evenly into the washer
as unevenly distributed laundry may cause
excessive out-of-balance noise and vibration.
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INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE
ENVIRONMENT
In case of pump-drained washer
Leave some space.
● Take out the ● Be sure to join tightly
Maintain at least 10cm between the washer
and the wall.
cap-hose and
connect the
outlet-hose.
Place the washer on a sturdy flat surface.
If the washer is placed on an uneven or weak
surface, noise and vibration can occur (allowable slope is 1 degree)
● Install the drain
the drain hose into the
drain-outlet on the left
side of the machine.
hose in the position
of about 70~80cm
above the ground.
cap-hose
Never install the washer in a very steamy
environment or where it might be open to the rain.
outlet-hose
Excessive moisture may cause an electrical shock hazard.
Avoid direct sunlight or heaters.
As plastic and electrical components are affected
by direct heat,never place the washer near furnaces,
boilers,etc.Do not place under direct sunlight.
HOW TO CONNECT WATER SUPPLY HOSE
Check the type of tap fitting which is in your laundry and then see appropriate
instruction below:
A tap of ordinary type is desirable
In case of square tap
● Take out the internal part of the connector
and join it in the following way.
ORDINARY TAP
SQUARE TAP
Internal part
ROTATING TAP
1.Remove the adaptor from the
water supply hose.
4.Connect the water supply hose to
the adaptor. Pull down the part
(c) of the water supply hose .
When you release part (c) the
hose is automatically connects to
the adaptor making a 'click'
sound.
2.First,using a "+" type screw
driver, loosen the four screws
on the adaptor.
Next,take the adaptor and
turn part(b) following the
arrow for gap about 5mm
between them.
5.Connect the other end of the
water supply hose to the inlet
water valve at the top of the
washer.
Screw the hose clockwise all
the way in.
3. Connect adaptor to the water
tap by tightening the screws
firmly.
Then,turn part (b) following
the arrow and put (a) and
(b)together.
6.If the water tap is a screw
type,assemble a water
supply hose that fits to
the tap as shown.
Note : The appliance is to be connected to the water mains using new hose-sets and that old hose-sets should not
be used.
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CLEANING THE FILTER NET
CLEANING THE FILTER (pump drained washer)
If the filter net is clogged after washing, lift up the net
Remove the collected lint and rinse the filter net.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Place a rag under washer filter not to wet the floor.
Turn the filter-cap to the left.
Take out the filter and remove any sludge.
Reassemble in reverse order.
HOW TO ADD THE DETERGENT
1. Open the detergent box
by pulling in the direction of the
arrow as shown in the figure.
2. Add the amount of detergent for one
washing evenly in the box so that the
detergent does not overflow the box.
LEVELLING
1. Pull down the adjusting handles of
the adjusting feet which are located
at the right and left of the front side.
2. Adjust the height of the
machine upwards or downwards.
3. When the adjustment is finished,
push back the handles to fix the
adjusting feet.
HOW TO ADD THE FABRIC SOFTENER
● When a proper amount of fabric softener is stored
in the box, it is automatically added in at the
final rinse cycle.
❋ In case the hot water only is connected,
this function will not be operated.
NOTE
Do not kick or step on the adjusting
handles.
❋ When too much softener is stored above the
SEE IF THE MACHINE IS PLACED LEVEL BY CHECKING
THE POSITION OF THE WASHING TUB.
base line, it may not be operated properly.
Only For models with polypropylene(plastic) wash bowl
● When the manufacturer’s recommended amount per
load of fabric softener is stored in the softener inlet,
it will be automatically dispensed during the final rinse
cycle.
❋ Before operating the washing machine, make
sure that any water remaining in softener dispenser
from a previous load is removed.
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● Open the lid of the machine, pour water into the tub up
to the level just below the pulsator, and adjust the legs
so that the pulsator is positioned at the center of the
water as shown in the figure.
● Place the machine more than 10cm away from the wall.
WARNING! NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT ELECTRICITY
LEAKAGE AND THE POSSIBILITY OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
Earthing is necessary to prevent leakage or electric shocks caused by the electric currents leaked from the machine.
How to earth an outlet with earthing terminals when
an earthed power load is not fitted.
Outlet with earthing terminals:
● Even when the internal wires of the earthing terminals are joined,
connect the earthing conductor (green) of the machine to the tap.
When using an extension cord and a boosting transformer:
● Make sure that the earthing conductor is connected.
Never make an earthing to
● The telephone line, lightning rod, or gas pipe as it is
extremely dangerous in case of lightning strikes.
TO DO A CLEAN WASHING
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Press the POWER botton.
Pour a little detergent into case-detergent.
Turn on water supply to the wshing machine.
Choose the SOAK in CYCLE button and the HIGH in WATER LEVEL button.
Press the START/PAUSE button.
WASHING INSTRUCTION
PROCEDURE
1. Sort the laundry into separate wash loads.
Each load of washing should contain clothing which needs the same washing conditions.
For example, you should not wash delicate clothes with very dirty work clothes.
2. Load the laundry into washing.
Before load, check all pockets, and close zippers, hooks and eyes.
3. Add the detergent. (see page 5)
4. Add the fabric softener. (see page 5)
5. Close the lid.
6. Press power button.
7. Choose the wash program & optional cycle. (see page 7~8)
If you choose “SENSOR” program you don’t need to select water level.
Water level is set automatically at “SENSOR” program.
Press the START/PAUSE button.
8. Select the water level.
Before choosing the water level, remember following things.
When you choose SENSOR, HEAVY-DUTY, ECONO-WASH, DELICATE program,
water level is selected “AUTO” automatically, but if you want to choose water level manually
you can select. HIGH, MEDIUM, LOW, EXTRA LOW
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9. Select the water temperature.
Before choosing thr water temperature remember the following:
1) You can choose HOT, WARM, COLD on all programs except for delicate program.
HOT is hot wash and cold rinse.
WARM is warm wash and cold rinse.
COLD is cold wash and cold rinse.
2) When you choose delicate program, water temperature is selected automatically
for warm wash and warm rinse.
10. Close the lid and press the START/PAUSE button.
11. Do you want extra rinse?
For extra rinses press the cycle key 1 to 5 times (depending on the number of extra rinses required).
You can select up to 5 extra rinses or return to a single rinse by pressing the cycle key.
The time left display will show the number of rinses selected.
Note that the extra rinse program is not available when pause is selected or during the spin cycle.
WASH PROGRAM
SENSOR
HEAVY DUTY
ECONO WASH
WOOL
DELICATE
Wash Time
18 min
20 min
5 min
6 min
6 min
Wash Action
Normal
Normal
Normal
Gentle
Gentle
Wash Temp.
HOT
WARM
COLD
HOT
WARM
COLD
HOT
WARM
COLD
WARM
COLD
WARM
COLD
Deep Rinse
COLD
COLD
COLD
WARM
COLD
WARM
COLD
Spin Time
6 min
6 min
3 min
1 min
1 min
56 min
59 min
40 min
36 min
37 min
Total Time
(High Water level)
WASHING PROGRAM
SENSOR Program
HEAVY DUTY Program
● The best washing program is chosen automatically
● Load size and water level is determined automatically
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
● This program is suitable for heavily soiled laundry
● Load size and water level are determined automatically
or you can choose the water level you want
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
ECONO Wash Program
WOOL Program
● Saving your time and energy
● This program is suitable for lightly soiled laundry
● Load size and water level are determined automatically
or you can choose the water level you want
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
● This program is suitable for woollen clothes
● Only high and medium water levels are available
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
DELICATE Program
● Washing action is very gentle, so this program is suitable for
delicate clothes like lingerie.
● Load size and water level are determined automatically
or you can choose the water level you want
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
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OPTIONAL CYCLE
WASH ONLY
RINSE ONLY
● When you choose this cycle, only wash cycle is operated.
● Pressing optional cycle key during washing changes the wash
time in two minute intervals.
● The wash time can be changed to between 3 and 25 minutes.
● Load size and water level is determined automatically.
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
● When you choose this function, only rinse cycle is operated.
● Pressing function key during rinsing changes the number of
rinses. Up to 5 rinses can be optionally selected.
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
SOAK
DRIP DRY
● The laundry is soaked in water so that heavy dirt can be
eliminated sufficiently.
● You can choose soak cycle after choosing wash program.
● When you select soak function, 5 minute cycle (1 min.
washing then 4 min. pause) continue for 30 minutes before
main wash program.
● Load size and water level is determined automatically.
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
● This function allows you to take drip clothes out of the washing
machine while they are still wet before the final spin.
● You can choose drip dry cycle after choosing main wash
program.
● When you select drip dry the cycle is finished before final spin.
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
SPIN ONLY
RINSE AND SPIN ONLY
● When you choose this cycle, only spin cycle is operated.
● Pressing cycle key during spinning only cycle changes the
spin dry time.
The spin dry time can be changed to between 1 and 7 minutes.
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
● When you choose this cycle, only rinse & spin cycle are
operated without wash cycle.
● Pressing cycle key during operation changes the number
of rinse (see above).
You cannot change the spin dry time using this function.
❋ Unplug the power cord after washing.
DELAY START
● This function allows you to delay the start of your chosen wash program for 3, 4, ... 18 hours.
● By pressing the delay start key you can select delayed period for 3, 4, ... 17, 18 hours, and your washing machine will finish
the selected wash program after the delayed period.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Washing machine won’t work
Spinning does not work
Is the water tap opened?
Is the washer plugged in?
Is the power cut off?
Is the fuse all right?
Is there enough water?
Is the laundry spread out evenly
in the washer?
Is the washer set on a sturdy
flat surface?
Is the lid closed?
Water does not drain
Water is not supplied
Is the drain hose down? (No pump)
Is the drain hose frozen?
Is the drain hose clogged?
If the water does not drain in 15
minutes, a buzzer will sound,
and the remaining time
indicator will show “E”
Is the water tap opened?
Is the water cut off?
Is the water supply hose or hose
connection clogged?
Is the water tap frozen?
If water is not supplied in 60 minutes,
a buzzer will sound, and the remaining
time indicator will shown “7E”.
While lid is opening,
the washing machine won’t work
Water supply does not stop
Make sure to close the lid while washing
machine is operating.
Close the water tap.
Disconnect the power supply cord.
Call Samsung or service centre.
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IF YOU NEED HELP WITH YOUR NEW
SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE
Contact your nearest Samsung office or Samsung authorised
service centre for technical assistance.
SPECIFICATION
SW65ASP2
Bowl
Stainless Steel
PP
450
Power input(Watts)
Load capacity(kg)
SW55APP3
6.5
5.5
Size (WxDxH)(mm)
600X660X1010
Net Weight (kg)
48
Water Consumption(liters)
150(high)
Water Pressure(min-max)
50~780KPa
CODE NO : DC68-00967B
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