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Installation and user manual for the integrated washer-dryer machine
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washing machine
contents
WARNINGS
4
SPECIFICATIONS
5
INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY
6
USING THE APPLIANCE.
PRACTICAL TIPS
10
MAINTENANCE
AND CLEANING
20
SAFETY
AND TROUBLESHOOTING
22
ENVIRONMENTAL
WARNINGS
25
warnings
To avoid the risk of fire, electric shocks, injury or damage when using your washing
machine, please take the following precautions:
This washing machine comes with a
manual that includes operating, maintenance
and installation instructions. Please read all
the instructions before using the washing
machine.
Do not wash items that have previously
been cleaned, washed, soaked or treated
with petrol, solvents for dry cleaning, other
inflammable substances or explosives, as
they produce fumes that could catch fire or
explode.
Do not add petrol, solvents for dry cleaning
or other inflammable or explosive substances
to the wash water as they produce fumes
that could catch fire or explode.
Do not climb onto the machine or stand
on the open hatch door.
Do not use an extension lead or adaptor
to connect your washing machine to the
mains supply.
The machine should only be used for the
purpose it is designed for.
Follow the washing instructions
recommended by the manufacturer of the
garment to be washed.
Do not turn your washing machine on until
you are sure that:
¥ It has been installed in accordance with
the installation instructions.
Do not repair or replace any part of the
washing machine or try to carry out any type
of servicing unless it is recommended in the
maintenance instructions in the manual.
¥ All the water, drainage, mains electricity
and earth connections meet the local
regulations and/or other applicable
regulations.
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washing machine
specifications
Power
cord
Drain hose
Control
panel
SELECT
Detergent
dispenser
Stainless
steel drum
Hatch
Accessible filter
Adjustable
feet
ACCESSORIES
Water inlet hose.
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washing machine
installation and assembly
AND
1 UNPACKING
UNBLOCKING THE
WASHING MACHINE
UNPACKING
SELECT
a Remove the base, corner protectors and
top cover.
UNBLOCKING
a Remove the screws holding the plastic
covers to the back of the washing
machine.
b Loosen and remove the 3 blocking
screws.
Important
c Cover the holes with the plastic covers
you have just removed.
a/c
Do not throw the blocking screws
away. You may need to move the
washing machine at a later date.
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TO THE MAINS WATER SUPPLY AND
2 CONNECTION
DRAINAGE
installation and assembly
CONNECTION TO THE
MAINS WATER SUPPLY
The water supply hose is inside the drum:
a Connect the bent end of the hose to the
threaded inlet of the electrovalve located
at the rear of the washing machine.
Important
b Connect the other end of the hose to
the water intake. Then securely tighten
the connection nut.
It is important that the drain hose
bend is correctly fastened to the
outlet, to prevent any risk of it
becoming detached and causing
flooding.
If your washing machine has a hot
water intake, connect the hose with
the red threaded end to the hot water
tap, and to the electrovalve with the
red filter.
The washing machine must be
connected to the mains water supply,
using the new supply hoses supplied
with the appliance. Do not use water
supply hoses that have been used
before. For your washing machine to
work properly, the mains water
pressure must be between 0.05 and
1MPa (0.05 and 10 Kgr/cm2).
a
DRAINAGE
CONNECTION
a It is recommended that you have a fixed
drainage outlet 50 to 70 cm from the
floor.
Avoid the drain hose being too tight,
kinked or restricted.
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THE WASHING MACHINE AND CONNECTING
3 LEVELLING
IT TO THE MAINS ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
installation and assembly
Important
LEVELLING
Use the adjustable feet to level the
washing machine. This will reduce
the noise level and prevent it from
moving during use.
Do not bring the feet too far out, you
will achieve better stability.
You need to use a spanner for the
models that have a nut.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Important
Consult the specifications plate located on the
hatch door of the washing machine before
making the electrical connections. Ensure that
the voltage reaching the plug is the same as
that on the plate.
Do not remove the specifications plate.
The information on it is important.
It is very important to correctly earth the
washing machine. The electrical
installation, plug, socket, fuses or
automatic switch and counter must be
correctly dimensioned for the maximum
power indicated on the specifications
plate.
Do not plug the washing machine plug
into the socket with wet or damp hands.
To remove the power cord, pull on the
body of the plug.
If the power cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by a cord or special unit provided
by either the manufacturer or your aftersales service.
With built-in washing machines, the plug
must be accessible after installation.
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4 PRE-CLEANING
PRE-CLEANING
a
When your washing machine has been
correctly installed, we recommend that you
pre-clean the machine.
This is to check that the installation, the
connections and the drainage are all correct,
and to thoroughly clean the inside of the
washing machine before any wash
programmes are run (see the operating
instructions on the following pages).
a Select the normal programme at 60…C.
b Press the Start/Stop button.
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b
washing machine
using the appliance and practical tips
1 PREPARING
GARMENTS FOR
WASHING
Important
PREPARATION
Before placing the clothes in the
drum, make sure all the pockets are
empty.
Any small objects may block the drain
pump.
Important
SORTING THE CLOTHES
Make sure
beforehand
that your
woollens can
be machinewashed.
a Sort the clothes according to fabric
and how they are made:
We recommend using the delicate
programmes for sensitive fabrics. There
is a special wool programme for
woollens.
Before using the drying
programme, first check
the label on the garment
to make sure it can be
tumble dried.
b Sort clothes according to how soiled
they are.
¥ Wash lightly soiled garments using a
short programme.
¥ Use a programme without prewash
for medium-soiled garments.
¥ Wash heavily soiled garments using a
long programme with prewash.
Prewash
Wash
Wash
Important
a Sort your clothes according to colour.
Wash whites and coloured separately.
We recommend loading the washing
machine to its full capacity. This
means savings on water and energy.
Whenever possible, we recommend
that you wash garments of different
sizes within the same wash
programme. This improves the
washing action and also aids the
correct distribution of the garments
in the drum when spin-drying, and
the washing machine will therefore
be quieter.
It is a good idea to put small garments
in a wash bag.
30
40
60
90
10
Cold
2 USING DETERGENT AND ADDITIVES
using the appliance and practical tips
DETERGENT AND
ADDITIVES
a
a Your washing machine s detergent
dispenser has three compartments.
PREWASH
WASH
FABRIC SOFTENER
b Put the detergent or additive into the
detergent dispenser before starting the
wash programme.
c Liquid detergents may also be used in
this washing machine. An optional
detergent dispenser is to be used for
this, which can be obtained from the
Technical Service Network.
Important
Place this optional dispenser inside the
wash compartment.
The level of liquid must never be
higher than the MAX mark printed on
the dispenser wall.
SELECT
Important
Remember that the amount of detergent to
be used will always depend on:
The amount of clothes to be washed.
How heavily the clothes are soiled.
The hardness of the water (Information on
water hardness in your area can be obtained
from the competent local authorities).
We recommend the use of a
decalcifying product if the water
hardness is high in your area.
eco-note
Remember that concentrated detergents
exist which are more environment- and
nature-friendly.
you money it will have a negative effect
on the preservation of the
environment.
The use of more detergent than
necessary will not improve your
washing results, and apart from costing
We therefore recommend you follow
the detergent manufacturer s
instructions.
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OF WASHING AND
3 SELECTION
DRYING PROGRAMME
using the appliance and practical tips
start/
stop
button
drying
time
button
screen
SELECT
detergent dispenser
spin and
anti-crease
button
programme
selector
command
To select a wash programme, proceed as
follows:
a Starting from the off 0 position, the
washing machine turns on when
selecting the desired wash programme,
(see programme table).
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time
delay
button
additional
function
button
using the appliance and practical tips
The procedure for selecting the drying time
is as follows:
a
a Select drying time in minutes using the
drying time button.
Important
The time will appear on the display,
increasing each time the drying time
button is pressed.
If you select a wash + dry option, the
load must not be over 4 kg. (1.5 kg.
for delicate wash programmes).
There are five types of programme:
Normal programmes
Auxiliary programmes
Wool programmes
Delicate programmes
Drying programmes
PROGRAMMES
Normal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Normal cold
Quick 30…C
Normal 30…C
Normal 40…C
Normal 60…C
Normal 90…C
Prewash 60…C
Auxiliary
8 Delicate cold
9 Delicate 30…C
10 Delicate 40…C
Wool
Delicate
11 Wool 35…C
eco-note
We recommend you choose a wash
programme without prewash whenever
possible. This will save you money and
help protect the environment.
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12 Rinses
13 Spin-drying
Drying
14 Normal dry
15 Delicate dry
Drying prog.
Auxiliary prog. Wool P. Delicate programmes
Normal programmes
Cold
Cotton/Linen
delicate colours
very light soil
30
Cotton/Linen
whites/colours
very light soil
1
Normal cold
2
Quick 30…C
3
Normal 30…C
Cotton/Linen
delicate colours
light soil
YES
4
Normal 40…C
Cotton/Linen
fast colours
light soil
YES
5 (*)
Normal 60…C
Cotton/Linen
fast colours
medium soil
YES
6
Normal 90…C
Cotton/Linen
whites
heavy soil
YES
7
Prewash 60…C
Cotton/Linen
whites/fast colours
heavy soil
8
Delicate cold
9
YES
YES NO
YES YES
Synthetic/cotton mix
delicate colours
very light soil
YES
Delicate 30…C
Synthetic/cotton mix
delicate colours
light soil
YES
10
Delicate 40…C
Synthetic/cotton mix
delicate colours
medium soil
YES
11
Wool 35…C
12
Cold
Wool/wool mix
whites/colours
light soil
YES NO
YES
Rinses
Cotton/cotton mix
Synthetic/Delicate
Wool/wool mix
YES NO
YES
13
Spin-drying
Cotton/cotton mix
Synthetic/Delicate
Wool/wool mix
NO
YES
14
Normal dry
Cotton/Linen
15
Delicate dry
Synthetic/mixed fabrics
WOOL 35
(*) Programme for wash and energy consumption assessment in accordance
with standard EN60456, press intensive wash button.
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Anti-crease
No spin
Spin speed
selection
Fabric type
Easy-iron
Possible option buttons
Recommended
temperature
Extra
rinse
Intensive
wash
Programme
M
of
Anti-crease
Max load
of clothes
(Kg)
Wash
product
compartment
Total consumption
kWh/litres
Programme
description
Approx.
duration
(minutes)
6
Normal wash, rinses,
automatic additive absorption if
desired and long final spin
0,15/49
60
1,5
SHORT wash, rinses,
automatic additive absorption if
desired and long final spin
0,20/30
30
0,40/49
82
0,65/49
87
6
1,02/49
91
6
1,90/55
110
1,45/60
105
0,15/55
50
0,35/55
50
0,60/55
55
6
6
6
Normal wash, rinses,
automatic additive absorption if
desired and long final spin
Prewash, normal wash, rinses,
automatic additive absorption if
desired and long final spin
3
3
Delicate wash, rinses,
automatic additive absorption if
desired and gentle final spin
3
1
WOOL wash, rinses,
automatic additive absorption if
desired and gentle final spin
0,50/60
40
6
Rinses, automatic additive
absorption if desired and
long final spin
0,05/30
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6
Drain and long final spin
0,05/0
10
2,8/48
160
1,8/27
100
1,2/26
95
4
3
1,5
Normal dry
Delicate dry
NOTE: the KWh and litre consumptions and programme durations may vary depending on the
type and amount of clothes, mains water pressure, etc.
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4 SPIN SPEED SELECTION
using the appliance and practical tips
SPIN-DRYING
a
The wash options must always be selected
after choosing the wash programme. Any
programme change during selection cancels
the previously selected options.
a Spin speed selection and anti-crease
button
The selected programme has its own
particular spin speed.
Select
b
b You can change it by repeatedly pressing
the spin button. The spin speed will
gradually be reduced at 100 r.p.m.
intervals to 400 r.p.m. for display models.
On non-display models the LED will
light up.
Select
c No spin
Press the spin button again to get to the
no spin option. A programme without a
final spin. It is used to prevent creasing
when washing special fabrics.
c
d Anti-crease option
The wash programme stops on the last
rinse, with the clothes left in water. When
the function is deactivated, the washing
machine continues the programme,
draining and spin-drying.
It is used, for example, when you are
not at home and want to delay the spindrying until you get home, to prevent
the clothes creasing after spin-drying
and being left in the drum to be removed.
Select
d
Select
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5 TIME DELAY SELECTION AND
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
using the appliance
TIME DELAY
Time delay selection button
A delay of up to 24 hours can be selected.
The delay must be selected after choosing the
wash programme.
To select the hours of delay, press the clock
button. Each time the button is pressed the
start of washing is delayed by 1 more hour.
Select
Cancelling the delay
To cancel the delay you have to press the clock
button successively. The delay will be cancelled
when 24 hours have been reached and the
button is pressed once more. If the programme
is changed the delay is also cancelled.
a
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
Additional function selection button
depending on programmes.
a There are 3 options: easy iron, extra
rinse and intensive wash.
Press the button and the desired option
will be displayed.
b
Select
Important
b By pressing the button several times you
can choose between several
combinations of one, two and up to three
additional functions at the same time
depending on the programme selected.
Button: Easy-iron (
)
This option prevents garments from
creasing by means of carrying out a
special programme with special turns to
fluff out the garments after spin-drying
and make them easier to iron.
Button: Extra rinse (
)
Increases the level of the final rinse
obtained in the clothes; suitable for large
loads and garments belonging to people
with sensitive skin. Increases water
consumption!
Button: Intensive wash (
)
This option, specially recommended for
heavily soiled, stained clothes, achieves
better results by extending the normal
wash cycle.
Select
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If during the additional function selection, the
programme is changed or the ON/OFF button
is pressed, all the functions selected until
then are cancelled.
6 STARTING UP AND BLOCK FUNCTION SELECTION
using the appliance and practical tips
STARTING UP
a
Start/Stop button
a To start up the washing machine you
have to press the Start/Stop button.
The minutes remaining until the end of
washing and drying will appear on the
display at all times.
Select
BLOCK FUNCTION
a
Block function selection
The lock function ensures that the programme
will not be affected if any buttons are pressed.
It is used when children could press the
buttons, etc.
The block function should be activated after
the wash programme has been selected
together with all its options.
Select
Activating the block function
a The block function is activated by
pressing the Start/Stop button and
holding it down for at least 3 seconds.
The display will show if it is activated.
b
Deactivating the block function
b The block function is cancelled when
the wash programme comes to an end.
If you want to deactivate the block
function before the end of the
programme, you have to hold the
Start/Stop button down again for at least
3 seconds. After 3 seconds, the block
function indicator will disappear from the
display, and it will go into pause status.
Turning to Off position 0 does not
cancel the lock.
Select
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7 WASH/DRY PROGRAM STATUS AND POWER CUTS
using the appliance and practical tips
PROGRAMME
PHASES
Important
Once started, current programme status and
time remaining till completion can be
ascertained from the screen.
The active phases will appear successively at
the top of the display as the programme
progresses. The time remaining until the end
of the programme will also appear on the
display. It updates at regular intervals, but not
minute by minute.
Any option button can be selected provided
the wash phase in which it takes effect has
not been passed and when the programme
accepts the option.
Pressing the start/stop button during the wash
activates the PAUSE function.
If the programme is changed on the
selector dial during the washing and
drying process, the washer-dryer will
go onto PAUSE status and the
programme will be cancelled.
If you need to add or remove a
garment, press the start/stop button
and make sure that the water level is
not above the door overflow level and
that the temperature inside is not
high. Press the start/stop button again
to restart the wash from the same
cycle phase it had stopped at.
warnings
Level the washing machine by adjusting the
feet to reduce the noise caused by spin-drying.
Try and wash clothes of different sizes in
the same wash programme to favour the
distribution of the clothes inside the drum
during spin-drying.
All the models have a safety system for
spin-drying that prevents spin-drying from
being carried out if the distribution of the
clothes inside the drum is too concentrated.
This prevents the appliance from vibrating too
much.
If you find that the clothes are not properly
wrung out, try spin-drying them again after
having distributed the clothes more evenly in
the drum.
POWER CUTS
If there is a power cut, the washing machine
will continue to operate from the point at which
it stopped when power is reconnected (its
memory lasts for a few hours).
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washing machine
maintenance and cleaning
MAINTENANCE
After each wash, leave the door open
for a while to allow the air to circulate
freely inside the machine.
SELECT
Important
From time to time, depending on the
hardness of your water, it is
recommendable to run a full wash cycle
using a decalcifying product. This will
extend the life of your washing
machine.
The washing machine should be
disconnected from the mains
electricity supply before any cleaning
or maintenance is carried out.
1 CLEANING THE DETERGENT DISPENSER
Clean the detergent dispenser whenever
there is any washing product residue left
inside.
a
SELECT
a Pull outwards on the detergent
dispenser to remove it completely.
b Use warm water and a brush to
clean the compartments.
Important
c Also clean the additive
compartment siphons, having
removed them first. Once they
have been cleaned, put them back
making sure that they fit right in to
the back.
Put the dispenser back into the
washing machine.
b
A dirty or incorrectly fitted siphon will
prevent the additives from being taken
in and leave water inside the
compartment at the end of the wash.
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c
THE ACCESSIBLE FILTER
2 CLEANING
AND THE OUTSIDE
maintenance and cleaning
CLEANING THE FILTER
Clean the accessible filter if the drain pump
is blocked by any foreign objects.
a Use a coin to turn the filter cap.
b Pull out the filter cap.
c Place a container under the drain pump
filter to collect any water that comes out
of it.
d Half- or quarter-turn the filter to the left.
Water will start to come out.
e When all the water has drained out of
the washing machine, turn the filter
several times until it can be completely
removed by gently pulling on it.
Important
f
Remove the objects or fluff caught in the
filter or the drain pump.
Put the filter and the filter cap back in
place.
To avoid burns, do not carry out this
operation when the wash water is at
a temperature of over 30…C.
The outside of the washing machine should
be cleaned with warm soapy water or a gentle
cleaning agent. Do not use abrasive cleaning
products or solvents.
It should then be thoroughly dried with a soft
cloth.
Important
CLEANING THE OUTSIDE
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When there have been spillages of detergent
or additives from the dispenser onto the
washing machine cabinet, clean them up
right away as they are corrosive.
washing machine
safety and troubleshooting
If you detect any problems with
your washing machine, you will
probably be able to rectify them
yourself by consulting the following
instructions.
Important
If this is not the case, unplug the
appliance and contact the
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
SERVICE.
Never open up the
appliance. There is no fuse
or similar component inside
that can be replaced by the
user.
Indicator
Problems
FO1
No water coming in
FO2
Does not drain or spin-dry
CO3
Does not spin-dry
FO4
Does not start
FO5
.
.
.
.
.
F10
Call the Technical Assistance Service
PROBLEMS
This may be due to the following:
Why won t the washing
machine start?
Check the door is properly shut.
The washing machine is not plugged into the mains or
there is no voltage in the mains supply.
The Start/Stop button has not been pressed.
If the washing machine door is not properly shut, F04
will appear on the display.
Why is the washing machine
vibrating or making too
much noise?
This may be due to the following:
The blocking and transport screws have not been
removed.
The washing machine has not been correctly levelled.
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safety and troubleshooting
Why doesn t the washing
machine take in water?
Indicator F01, no water coming in, this may be due to
a cut in the water supply, a tap turned off or a blocked
water inlet filter.
The possible solutions are as follows: wait for the water
supply to be reconnected, turn on the tap, or remove
the water inlet hose and clean the filter.
If this failure is detected, F01 will appear on the display.
Why doesn t the washing
machine drain or spin-dry?
The reasons for the F02 indicator may be the following:
washing machine drain pump blocked, building drainage
pipes blocked, or incorrect pump electrical connection.
Solution: if the pump is blocked, gain access to it as
described in section 2, maintaining and cleaning the
appliance.
If this failure is detected, F02 will appear on the display.
Why doesn t the washing
machine spin-dry?
This may be due to an uneven distribution of clothes
in the drum and may cause an excessive level of
vibrations.
The solution is to select a spin-drying programme.
If this failure is detected, C3 will appear on the display.
Why can t I see any water in
the drum during the wash?
This is due to the fact that the washing machine is provided
with a system which is able to adapt to the load and type
of fabrics, adjusting the levels of water and energy used,
in order to preserve the environment.
So, although the water level you can see through the hatch
may look low, there is no cause for concern as washing
and rinsing efficiency will still be optimum.
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safety and troubleshooting
Why is there still some water
in the dispenser?
This may be because the dispenser needs cleaning. This
simple operation is described in Maintaining and cleaning
the appliance.
1- Cleaning the detergent dispenser.
Why can t I open the hatch
immediately after the wash
has finished?
Washing machines today are provided with safety systems
for users. One of them is that the washing machine cannot
be opened until it is certain that the drum is quite still. This
is why the hatch cannot be opened for 2 minutes.
Why doesn t the remaining
time shown on the clock
coincide with the real time
left until the selected cycle
finishes?
This time is for guidance purposes only and may be affected
by the conditions under which the selected programme is
being run, e.g. initial water temperature, size of load or
unbalance caused by the garments during spin drying.
The washing machine can detect other indications. When
this happens a number of other indicators appear on the
display: F05, F06..., F10. If this happens, call the Official
Technical Service.
Other indications
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environmental warnings
eco-note
INFORMATION FOR THE CORRECT DISPOSAL OF WASTE ELECTRICAL AND
ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES
When your appliance is of no further use, it should
not be disposed of together with general domestic
waste.
It can be taken, free of charge, to a specific waste
collection centre, run by your local authority, or
dealers who provide this service.
Disposing of waste domestic appliances separately
means avoiding possible negative consequences
for the environment and health, derived from
incorrect disposal. This will enable the materials
in them to be treated and recycled, obtaining
important savings in energy and resources.
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To highlight the obligation of collaborating with
selective waste collection, the product is marked
with a symbol to warn against using traditional
containers for disposing of the appliance.
For further information, contact
your local authority or the shop
where you purchased the product.
07/09
LJ6A034E1 / B0J6A1700
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