Beko | D 5001 EX | Specifications | Beko D 5001 EX Specifications

Automatic
Fully Integrated
Washing Machine
WMI 71641
WMI 71441
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Dear Customer,
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passed through a strict quality control procedure will give you the best results.
Therefore, we advise you to read through this manual carefully before using your product
and keep it for future reference.
This operation manual will…
…help you use your machine in a fast and safe way.
• Please read the Operation Manual before installing and starting your machine.
• Particularly follow the instructions related to safety.
• Keep this Operating Manual within easy reach. You may need it in the future.
• Please read all additional documents supplied with this machine.
Please note that this Operating Manual may be applicable for several other models.
Differences between models will be identified in the manual.
Explanation of symbols
Throughout this Operation Manual the following symbols are used:
C Important information or useful hints about usage.
AWarning for hazardous situations with regard to life and property.
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BWarning for supply voltage.
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Your appliance also contains a great amount of recyclable material. It is marked with
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Your Washing Machine
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2 Warnings
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General Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
First Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
If there are children in your house... . . . . 7
Electrical connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3 Installation
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Removing packaging reinforcement . . . . 9
Opening the transportation locks . . . . . . 9
Appropriate installation location . . . . . . . 9
Raising the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Adjusting the feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Connecting to the water supply. . . . . . . 10
Connecting to the drain . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Destroying the packaging material . . . . 11
Disposing of the old machine . . . . . . . . 11
4 Initial preparations for
washing
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Sorting the laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Preparing clothes for washing . . . . . . . . 12
Correct load capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Loading door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Detergents and softeners . . . . . . . . . . . 13
5 Selecting a Program and
Operating Your Machine
Spin Speed selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Program and consumption table. . . . . . 20
Auxiliary functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Time display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Starting the Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Progress of program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Changing the selections after the program
has started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Switching the machine to standby mode23
Child-proof lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Ending the program through cancelling. 23
Program in rinse hold mode . . . . . . . . . 24
End of program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
6 Quick instructions for daily
use
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7 Maintenance and cleaning 26
Detergent Drawer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
The loading door and the drum . . . . . . 26
Body and control panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Inlet water filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Draining any remaining water and cleaning
the pump filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
8 Solution suggestions for
problems
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9 Guarantee
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10 Service
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11 BUILT-IN INSTALLATION
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Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Display symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Turning the machine on . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Program selection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Additional programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Special programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Temperature selection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
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1 Your Washing Machine
Overview
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1 - Detergent Drawer
4 - Control Panel
2 - Door
5 - Filter Cap
3 - Top Lid
6 - Height-adjustable feet
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Specifications
WMI71641
Models
WMI71441
Maximum dry laundry capacity (kg)
7
7
Height (cm)
84
84
Width (cm)
60
60
Depth (cm)
54
54
Net Weight (±4 kg)
73
72
Electricity (V/Hz.)
230 V / 50Hz
230 V / 50Hz
Total Current (A)
10
10
Total Power (W)
2200
2200
Spinning cycle (rpm max.)
1600
1400
Specifications of this appliance may change without notice to improve the quality of the
product. Figures in this manual are schematic and may not match your product exactly.
Values stated on the machine labels or in the documentation accompanying it are
obtained in laboratory in accordance with the relevant standards. Depending on
operational and environmental conditions of the appliance, values may vary.
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2 Warnings
Please read the following information.
Otherwise, there may be the risk of
personal injury or material damage.
Moreover, any warranty and reliability
commitment will become void.
First Use
General Safety
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Never place your machine on a carpet
covered floor. Otherwise, lack of
airflow from below your machine may
cause electrical parts to overheat.
This may cause problems with your
washing machine.
If the power cable or mains plug is
damaged you must call Authorised
Service for repair.
Check water hoses for wear. Do not
use old/used water inlet hoses. These
may cause stains on your laundry.
Fit the drain hose into the waste
water system securely to prevent any
water leakage and to allow machine
to take in and discharge water as
required. It is very important that the
water intake and drain hoses are not
folded, squeezed, or broken when the
appliance is pushed into place after it
is installed or cleaned.
Your washing machine is designed to
continue operating when the power
restores after a power interruption.
You cannot cancel any Programme
by pressing the “On/Off button.” The
machine will resume its Programme
when the power restores. Press the
“Start/Pause/Cancel” button for 3
seconds to cancel the Programme
(See, Cancelling a Programme)
There may be some water in your
machine when you receive it. This is
from the quality control process and
is normal. It is not harmful to your
machine.
Some problems you may encounter
may be caused by the software. Press
“Start/Pause/Cancel” button for 3
seconds to cancel the Programme
set in your machine before calling the
Authorised service.
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• To prepare your machine for washing,
carry out your first washing process
without loading your machine and
with detergent under “Cottons 90°C”
Programme.
• Ensure that the cold water
connections has been made correctly
when installing your machine.
• If the current fuse or circuit breaker is
less than 13 Amperes, please have
a qualified electrician install a 13
Ampere fuse or circuit breaker.
• To make your machine ready for use,
please be sure that the tap water
supply and water drainage systems
are appropriate before calling the
Authorised service. If they are not,
call a qualified plumber to have any
necessary arrangements carried out.
Intended use
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This product has been designed for
home use.
The appliance may only be used for
washing and rinsing of textiles that are
marked accordingly.
Only detergents, softeners and
supplements suitable for washing
machines may be used.
Observe the care instructions labelled
on textile products and any other
instructions given by companies that
produce detergents for your machine.
Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
This appliance is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience
and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
Safety instructions
• This appliance must be connected to
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an earthed outlet protected by a fuse
of suitable capacity.
The supply and draining hoses must
always be securely fastened and
remain in an undamaged state.
Fit the draining hose to a washbasin or
waste system securely before starting
up your machine. There may be a risk
of being scalded due to high washing
temperatures!
Never open the door or remove the
filter while there is still water in the
drum. Otherwise, there may be the
risk of flooding and possible injury due
to the hot water.
Never force open the locked door!
The door will be ready to open just a
few minutes after the washing cycle
comes to an end.
Unplug the machine when it is not in
use.
Never wash down the appliance with a
water hose! There is the risk of electric
shock! Always disconnect from the
mains by unplugging before cleaning.
Never touch the plug with wet hands.
Never unplug by pulling on the cable,
always pull out from the plug only. Do
not operate the machine if the power
cord or plug is damaged.
Never attempt to repair the machine
yourself. Otherwise, you may be
putting yours and other’s lives in
danger.
For malfunctions that cannot be
solved by information in the operating
manual:
Turn off the machine, unplug it, turn
off the water tap and contact an
Authorised service agent.
If there are children in your
house...
• Electrical appliances may be
dangerous for the children. Keep
children away from the machine when
it is operating. Do not let them tamper
with the machine.
• Close the door when you leave the
area where the machine is located.
• Store all detergents in a safe place out
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of reach of the children.
Use Child/Keylock to prevent children
altering the settings
Electrical connection
Make sure that you have an earthed power
outlet socket rated at 13 amps (minimum).
Attention!
If you place your machine under a
worktop, the socket must be reachable
after installation, or a separate switch
(which can disconnect the two poles) must
be used in the installation.
Connect the power cord to the appropriate
electrical socket with an equivalent current
rating indicated on the rating plate at the
front of the machine behind the kick plate.
After removing the plug from its transit
position, please insert the plug seal
to prevent water spillage entering the
machine.
Electrical requirements
Before you insert the plug into the wall
socket make sure that the voltage and
the frequency shown in the rating label
corresponds to your electricity supply.
We recommend that this appliance be
connected to the mains supply via a
suitable switched and fused socket in a
readily accessible position.
Should the mains lead of the appliance
become damaged or need replacing at
any time, it must be replaced by a special
purpose made mains lead which can only
be obtained from a Authorised Service
Agent.
BThis appliance must be earthed
If the fitted moulded plug is not suitable for
your socket, then the plug should be cut
off and an appropriate plug fitted.
Destroy the old plug, which is cut off as a
plug with a bare cord could cause a shock
hazard if inserted into a socket elsewhere
in the house.
The moulded plug on this appliance
incorporates a 13A fuse. Should the fuse
need to be replaced an ASTA approved
BS1362 fuse of the same rating must be
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used. Do not forget to refit the fuse cover.
In the event of losing the fuse cover, the
plug must not be used until a replacement
fuse cover has been fitted. Colour of the
replacement fuse cover must be the same
colour as that visible on the pin face of the
plug. Fuse covers are available from any
good electrical store.
Important
Fitting a different plug
As the colours of the wires in the mains
lead of this appliance may not correspond
with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals on your plug, proceed as follows:
1 Connect the green - yellow or green
(earth) wire to the terminal in the plug
marked ‘E’ or with the symbol f or
coloured green and yellow or green.
2 Connect the blue (neutral) wire to the
terminal in the plug marked ‘N’ or
coloured black.
3 Connect the brown (live) wire to the
terminal in the plug marked ‘L’ or
coloured red.
With the alternative plugs a 13A fuse must
be fitted either in the plug or adaptor or in the
main fuse box. If in doubt contact a qualified
electrician.
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3 Installation
Removing packaging
reinforcement
the transportation safety bolts
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in a safe place to reuse when the
Tilt the machine to remove the packaging
reinforcement. Remove the packaging
reinforcement by pulling the ribbon.
washing machine needs to be moved
again in the future.
move the appliance without the
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transportation safety bolts properly
fixed in place!
Appropriate installation location
Opening the transportation
locks
safety bolts must be
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removed before operating the washing
machine! Otherwise, the machine will
be damaged!
1. Loosen all the bolts with a spanner
until they rotate freely (“C”)
Install the appliance in environments which
have no risk of freezing, in a stable and
level position.
floor must be capable of carrying
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the load on it!
washing machine and a drier
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on top of each other, their
approximate weight together may
reach 180 kg when they are full.
Important:
• Do not place the appliance on top of
the power cable.
• Keep at least 1cm distance from the
edges of other furniture.
• Place the machine on a firm surface;
do not position it on a long pile rug or
such like surfaces.
Raising the appliance
2. Remove transportation safety bolts by
turning them gently.
In order to raise the appliance to eliminate
the gap below the worktop, you will need
to order special optional kit.
Please call Beko Spare Part Department.
(0845 6004911) and see built-in
installation section.
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3. Fit the covers (supplied in the bag with
the Operation Manual) into the holes
on the rear panel. (“P”)
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Without optional
raising feet.
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With optional raising
feet. Minimum
height=55 mm, max
height=65mm
Service Ref. No. 1493
Adjusting the feet
not use any tools to loosen the
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lock nuts. Otherwise, they can be
damaged.
1. Manually (by hand) loosen the lock
nuts on the feet.
2. Adjust them until the machine stands
level and firm.
3. Important: Tighten all lock nuts up
again.
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Connecting to the water supply.
Important:
• The water supply pressure required
to run the machine must be 1-10
bar (0,1 – 1 MPa). (Practically, it is
necessary to have 10 – 80 liters of
water flowing from the tap in one
minute to have your machine run
smoothly.) Attach a pressure-reducing
valve if the water pressure is higher.
• Connect the special hose supplied
with the machine to the water intake
valves on the machine.
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at the tap and machine connection
ends of the hoses. The plain end of
the hose fitted with a filter must be
attached to the tap and the elbowed
end must be attached to the machine.
Tighten the nuts of the hose well by
hand; never use wrenches to tighten
the nuts.
Open the taps completely after
making the hose connection to check
if there is any water leakage at the
connection points. Turn off the tap
and remove the nut in case of any
leakage. Retighten the nut carefully
after checking the seal. To prevent any
water leakage and any other damage
to be caused by it, keep the taps
closed when the machine is not in
use.
Models with a single water inlet should
not be connected to the hot water
tap. Laundry may be damaged or the
appliance may switch to protection
mode and not work.
When returning the appliance to its place
after maintenance or cleaning, care should
be taken not to fold, squeeze or block the
hoses.
Connecting to the drain
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In order to prevent water leakage that
may occur at the connection points,
there are rubber seals (4 seals for the
models with double water inlet and 2
seals for other models) attached to the
hoses. These seals should be used
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The water discharge hose can be
attached to the edge of a washbasin
or waste water system. The drain hose
should be firmly fitted into the drain as to
not loosen in its housing.
Important:
• The end of the drain hose can be
directly connected to the wastewater
drain or to the washbasin. The
fitting must be secured in all types
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of connections. Your house may be
flooded if the hose falls out of its
housing during water discharging.
The hose should be attached to a
height of at least 40 cm, and 100 cm
at most.
In case the hose is elevated after
laying it on the floor level or close to
the ground (less than 40 cm above the
ground), water discharge becomes
more difficult and the laundry may
come out wet. Therefore, the heights
described in the figure should be
followed.
To prevent dirty water refilling the
machine, and to allow for easy
discharge, the end of the hose must
not be submerged in the drain water.
The end of the hose must be able
to take in air. The hose should be
pushed into the drainage for more
than 15 cm. If it is too long you may
have it shortened.
The end of the hose should not be
bent, it should not be stepped on and
it must not be folded between the
drain and the machine.
The length of the hose is too short,
you may add an extension hose to the
original section. The length of the hose
must not be longer than 3.2 m after
coming out of the machine. To avoid
water leakage failures, the connection
between the extension hose and the
drain hose of the product must be
fitted well with an appropriate clamp
as not to come off and leak.
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Electrical connection
Connect the machine to an earthed outlet
protected by a fuse of suitable capacity.
Important:
• Connection should comply with
national regulations.
• Power cord plug must be within easy
reach after installation.
• The voltage and the allowed fuse
protection are specified in the section
“Technical Specifications”.
• The specified voltage must be equal
to your mains voltage.
• Connection via extension cords or
multi-plugs should not be made.
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damaged power cable must be
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by a qualified electrician.
faulty appliance must not be
BAoperated
whilst faulty until it has been
repaired! There is the risk of electric
shock!
Destroying the packaging
material
Packaging material can be dangerous to
children. Keep the packaging materials out
of reach of children or dispose them by
classifying according to waste directives.
Do not dispose of them together with
normal domestic waste.
Packaging materials of your machine are
manufactured from recyclable materials.
Disposing of the old machine
Dispose of your old appliance in an
environmental friendly manner.
• You may refer to your local agent or
solid waste collection center in your
municipality to learn how to dispose of
your machine.
Before disposing of your old washing
machine, cut off the mains plug and make
the door lock unusable.
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4 Initial preparations for washing
Sorting the laundry
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Sort the laundry according to type of
fabric, colour, and degree of soiling
and permissible water temperature.
Always follow the advice on the
garment labels.
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Non machine Do not wash
Washing water
Wash with
washable
temperature sensitive, short
programmes.
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Bleach can be Do not use
bleach
used
Dry-cleanable
Do not
dry-clean
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Suitable for
drier
Do not dry
with drier
Dry
horizontally
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Dry on a
hanger
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Hang without Can be ironed
spinning
with hot iron
Can be
ironed with
warm iron
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Do not iron
Preparing clothes for washing
Laundry items with metal attachments
such as, bras, belt buckles and metal
buttons will damage the machine. Remove
metal attachments or place the items in
a clothing bag, pillow case, or something
similar.
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paper clips. If possible, turn pockets
out and brush.
Place small items like infants’ socks
and nylon stockings, etc. in a laundry
bag, pillow case or something similar.
This will also save your laundry from
getting lost.
Place curtains in the machine with
care. Remove curtain rails and pullers.
Fasten zippers, sew loose buttons and
mend rips and tears.
Wash “machine washable” or “hand
washable” labeled products only with
an appropriate Programme.
Do not wash colours and whites
together. New, dark coloured cottons
release a lot of dye. Wash them
separately.
Tough stains must be treated properly
before washing. If you are not sure,
check with a dry cleaner.
Use only dyes/colour changers and
lime removers suitable for machine
wash. Always follow the instructions
on the packaging.
Wash trousers and delicate clothes
turned inside out.
Keep laundry items made of Angora
wool in the freezer for a few hours
before washing. This will reduce pilling.
Laundry that are subjected to
materials such as flour, lime dust,
milk powder and etc. intensely must
be shaken off before placing into the
machine. Such dusts and powders on
the laundry may build up on the inner
parts of the machine in time and can
cause damage.
Correct load capacity
• Empty pockets and remove all foreign
objects such as coins, pens and
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The maximum load capacity depends on
the type of laundry, the degree of soiling
and the washing Programme you wish to
use.
machine adjusts the amount of
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water according to the amount of
laundry placed inside.
Please
follow the information in
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the "Programme Selection Table".
Washing results will degrade when the
machine is overloaded.
Following weights are given as examples.
Laundry type
Weight (gr)
Bathrobe
1200
Napkin
100
Duvet cover
700
Bed Sheet
500
Pillowcase
200
Tablecloth
250
Towel
200
Hand towel
100
Evening gown
200
Underclothing
100
Men’s coveralls
600
Men’s shirt
200
Men’s pyjamas
500
Blouses
100
Loading door
The loading door will be locked while the
Programme is running. The door can only
be opened a while after the Programme
comes to an end.
• Open the loading door.
• Place laundry items loosely into the
machine.
• Push the loading door until it clicks
into place tightly. Ensure that no items
are caught in the door.
Choosing the detergent type
The type of detergent to be used depends
on the type and colour of fabric.
• Use different detergents for coloured
and white clothes.
• Wash woollens with a special
detergent specifically for woollens.
• Use only detergents manufactured
specifically for automatic washing
machines.
and powder pre-wash detergent. Each
of these laundry additives are dispensed
automatically in the relevant time during
the washing Programme.
Do not place the laundry additives directly
into the drum. Always use the detergent
drawer.
Do not close the drawer too fast after
putting the laundry additives. This may
cause the additives to be dispensed early,
creating unsatisfactory washing results
and fabric damage.
not open the drawer during
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washing Programme.
The detergent drawer compartments
are indicated below:
1) Left compartment with number "II"
(Main wash compartment for powder
detergent or powder bleach/stain
remover)
2) Left compartment with number "II
" (Main wash compartment for liquid
detergent or liquid stain remover)
3) Middle compartment with number "I"
(pre-wash compartment for powder
detergent, powder stain remover or
liquid bleach - liquid bleach must be
added either during the pre-wash
or during the first rinsing step of the
washing Programme). Liquid bleach
must be added manually while the
machine takes in water.
4) Right compartment with " ” symbol
(liquid softener compartment)
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Detergents and softeners
Detergent Drawer
Detergent drawer of your washing machine
consists of four different compartments
for powder main wash detergent, liquid
main wash detergent, liquid softener
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(II) Main Wash Compartment
Before starting the washing Programme,
put powder detergent into the left
compartment with number "II". Use the
detergent manufacturer's measuring cup
and follow the instructions on the package.
Powder bleach/stain remover must also be
put into this compartment.
Put the liquid detergent into the main
wash compartment with number "II "
before starting the washing Programme.
Liquid stain remover must be put into this
compartment.
Put the suggested amount of liquid
detergent into the left compartment with
“II ” symbol and dilute it to the maximum
filling level line (max. II ) with warm water.
Particularly the concentrated detergents
must be diluted with warm water;
otherwise, the siphon may get clogged in
time.
Do not fill the detergent above the
maximum filling level line; otherwise the
excess amount of detergent will reach
the laundry without water and may cause
stains on the garments.In this case you
will need to refill the compartment. Do
not pour the detergent onto the laundry
directly since this may cause stains on the
garments.
Liquid Softener Compartment
Put the suggested amount of liquid
softener into the right compartment
with “ ” symbol and dilute it to the
maximum filling level line (max. ) with
warm water.
Particularly the concentrated softeners
must be diluted with warm water;
otherwise, the siphon may get clogged in
time.
Do not fill the softener above the maximum
filling level line; otherwise the excess
amount of softener will get mixed with
the washing water and you will need to
refill the compartment. Do not pour the
softener onto the laundry directly since this
may cause stains on the garments.
Liquid softener will be dispensed
automatically at the final rinsing step of the
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washing Programme.
(I) Pre-Wash Compartment
Put the powder pre-wash detergent or
powder stain remover into the middle
compartment with number "I".
You can also put liquid bleach into this
compartment while the machine takes in
water during pre-wash or first rinsing step.
Adding the liquid bleach while the machine
takes in water allows it to be diluted before
it is poured onto the laundry.
You must select extra rinsing option if you
use liquid bleach in a washing Programme.
Bleach must be removed from the laundry
with rinsing; otherwise it may cause itching
on the skin.
ead the dosage instructions and
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of your garments carefully before
using the liquid bleach.
Starch
• Add liquid starch, powder starch
or the dyestuff into the softener
compartment as instructed on the
package.
• Never use fabric softener and starch
together in the same washing cycle.
• Wipe the inside of the drum after using
starch.
Bleaches
If you are going to use regular bleach in
your machine, it is suggested to select a
Programme with pre-wash step and add
the bleach at the beginning of the prewash without putting detergent into the
pre-wash compartment. Alternatively, it
is suggested to select a Programme with
extra rinsing and add the bleach while the
machine takes in water from the detergent
drawer in the first rinsing step. Bleach
should not be mixed with detergent. Since
the bleach may cause irritation on skin,
little amounts must be used and rinsed
thoroughly. Do not pour bleach directly
onto the laundry and do not use it with
colour laundry.
When using oxygen based bleach, follow
the instructions on the package and select
a Programme at low temperature. Oxygen
based bleach can be used together with
the detergent. However, if it is not at the
same thickness with the detergent, then
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it must be added from the compartment
number "II" right after the detergent foams
with water.
Eliminating lime formation
• When required, use only appropriate
lime removers developed specifically
for washing machines and always
follow the instructions on the package.
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5 Selecting a Program and Operating Your Machine
Control panel
1
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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-
-
2
7
3
4
8
Spin Speed Adjustment Button
Display
Temperature Adjustment Button
Program Selection Knob
On/Off Button
Time Delaying Button (+/-)
Auxiliary Function Buttons
Start/Pause/Cancel Button
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Display symbols
a
b
c d e
m
f
g
F1
l k
F3
F2
F4
h
i
j
a - Spin Symbol
b - Spin Speed Indicator
c – Water cut-off symbol (According to
your machine’s model)
d - Economy Symbol
e - Temperature Indicator
f - Temperature Symbol
g - Door Locked Symbol
h - Standby Symbol
i - Start Symbol
j - Auxiliary Function Symbols
k - Remaining Time and Delaying Time
Indicator
l - Program Indicator Symbols (prewash/main wash/rinse/softener/spin)
m - Time Delaying Symbol
Turning the machine on
Plug in your machine. Turn the tap on
completely. Check if the hoses are
connected tightly. Place the laundry in
the machine. Add detergent and softener.
Press the “On/Off” button.
Program selection
Select the appropriate program from the
program table according to type, amount
and degree of soiling of the laundry and
washing temperatures.
Turn the Programme Selection Knob to
the program mode that you wish to wash
your laundry.
The recommended temperature and spin
speed for the selected program appear.
Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button to start
the program.
Main programs
Depending on the type of textile, the
following main programs are available:
Each of these main programs comprise
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of a complete washing process, including
washing, rinsing and, if required, spin
cycles.
selecting the program you are
AWhen
going to use, always consider type of
fabric, colour, degree of soiling and
permissible water temperature.
select the lowest required
AAlways
temperature. Higher temperature
means higher power consumption.
further program details, see
CFor
“Program Selection Table”
• Cottons
You can wash your durable clothes with
this program. Your laundry will be washed
with vigorous washing movements during
a longer washing cycle. It is recommended
for your cotton items (such as bed sheets,
duvet and pillowcase sets, bathrobes,
underclothing, etc.).
• Synthetics
You can wash your less durable clothes on
this program. Gentler washing movements
and a shorter washing cycle is used
compared to the “Cottons” program. It is
recommended for your synthetic clothes
(such as shirts, blouses, synthetic/cotton
blended garments, etc.). For curtains and
lace, the “Synthetic 40” program with prewash and anti-creasing functions selected
is recommended. Detergent should not
be put in the pre-wash compartment.
Less detergent should be put in the main
wash compartment as loose knit fabrics
(lace) foam too much due to its meshed
structure.
• Woollens
You can wash your machine-washable
woollen garments on this program. Wash
by selecting the proper temperature
according to the labels of your clothes.
It is recommended to use appropriate
detergents for woollens.
Additional programs
For special cases, there are also extra
programs available:
programs may differ
CAdditional
according to the model of your
machine.
• Cottons Eco
You may wash your laundry to be washed
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in cottons program in longer periods which
ensure very good washing performance.
economy program consumes
CCottons
less energy compared to other cottons
programs.
• Baby+Toddler Clothing
Increased hygiene is provided by a longer
heating period and an additional rinse
cycle. It is recommended for baby clothes
and clothes worn by allergic people.
• Hand wash
You can wash your woollen/delicate
clothes that bear “not machinewashable” labels for which hand wash is
recommended on this program. It washes
the laundry with very tender washing
movements without damaging your
clothes.
• Daily Quick
This program is used to wash lightly soiled
and unstained cotton garments in a short
time.
• Xpress Super Short
You can use this program to quickly
wash a small number of lightly soiled
and unstained cotton garments. E.g.:
bathrobes, duvet covers, sport wear, daily
clothes and etc. used only once.
• Darkcare
This programme can be used to wash
dark coloured laundry which you want
to prevent from getting faded. We
recommend you use liquid detergent or
woollen shampoo with this programme.
• Mixed Fabrics
You can use this program to wash cottons
and synthetics together. There is no need
to sort them.
• Shirts
You can use this program to wash the
shirts made of cotton, synthetic and
synthetic blended fabrics.
• Freshen Up
You can use this programme to refresh
or remove odours from clothes that have
been used only once and do not have any
stains on.
• Eco Clean
You can use this program, which is more
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sensitive to environment and natural
resources, to wash lightly soiled and
unspotted cotton laundry (max 3.5 kg)
in a short time and economical way. It is
suggested to use liquid or gel washing
detergents.
• Self Clean(Drum cleaning)
It is suggested to run this program
with certain intervals (e.g. once in 1 or
2 months) for the self-cleaning of your
machine. This program must certainly be
run without any laundry in the machine.
Make sure that the machine is empty
before starting the program. For more
effective cleaning, you can run the
program by adding powder lime remover
for washing machines into compartment II
of the detergent drawer. After the program
is completed, leave the door ajar to allow
the inside of the machine get dry.
is not a program for washing
CThis
laundry. This is a maintenance
program for the machine.
use this program if there is
CNever
something in your machine.
this feature is started your
CWhen
machine senses the load inside of it
automatically, if any, and interrupts the
program.
Special programs
For specific applications, select any of the
following programs:
• Rinse
This program is used when you want to
rinse or starch separately.
• Spin + Drain
This program spins with maximum
possible rpm in the default setting after the
water drains from the machine.
a lower spin speed for delicate
CUse
laundry.
Temperature selection
Whenever a new program is selected, the
temperature anticipated for that program
appears on the temperature indicator .
To change the temperature, press
the temperature button. Temperature
decreases in 10° increments.
Cold selection is shown with “-” symbol.
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When the “Temperature” button is pressed
after Cold is selected, the maximum
temperature of the program you have
selected will be displayed.
To decrease the temperature, press the
“Temperature” button again.
90˚C
60˚C
40˚C
30˚C
Cold
Normally soiled, white cottons and
linens. (Ex.: coffee table covers,
tablecloths, towels, bed sheets)
Normally soiled, fade proof coloured
linens, cottons or synthetic clothes
(Ex.: shirts, nightgowns, pyjamas)
and lightly soiled white linen clothes
(Ex.: underwear)
If you are not going to unload your clothes
immediately after the cycle, you may use
rinse hold function in order to prevent
your clothes becoming creased when
there is no water in the machine. With
this function, your laundry is kept in the
final rinsing water. If you want to spin your
laundry after the rinse hold function:
- Adjust the spin speed.
- Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
Program resumes. Your machine
drains the water and spins your
laundry.
You can use no spin function in order to
drain the water without spinning at the end
of the program.
Blended clothes including synthetics
and woollens as well as delicates.
Economy Symbol
Shows energy saving programs and
temperature selections.
As “Intensive” and “Hygiene” programs are
long programs with higher temperature
selections to ensure hygiene, “Economy”
Symbol will not light up.
Spin Speed selection
Whenever a new program is selected,
the maximum spin speed of the selected
program is displayed on the spin speed
indicator.
To decrease the spin speed, press the
“Spin” button. Spin speed decreases
gradually. Then, rinse hold and no spin
options are shown respectively.
Rinse hold is shown with “ ” and no
spin is shown with “ ” symbols.
F1
F2
F3
F4
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Program and consumption table
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
*
*
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Pet hair removal
•
•
•
•
•
•
Rinse Hold
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1000
1000
1600
1000
800
1400
1400
1400
1400
1000
1000
1000
800
1000
Anti- Crease
2.30
1.50
0.85
2.70
1.19
0.72
1.00
0.45
0.16
0.55
0.55
0.10
2.00
1.15
0.20
0.30
0.25
0.55
1.70
0.03
Extra Rinse
74
72
72
66
52
64
45
45
39
45
45
35
60
60
70
56
40
82
100
20
Quick Wash
7
7
7
7
7
7
3
3
3.5
3.5
3.5
2
7
7
7
1.5
1
3
2
Prewash
90
60
40
90
60**
40
60
40
20
40
40
30
90
60
30
40
30
40
70
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Max. Speed***
Cottons
Cottons
Cottons
Baby&Toddler Clothing
Cottons Eco
Cottons Eco
Synthetics
Synthetics
Eco Clean
Mixed Fabrics
Shirts
Xpress Super Short
Daily Quick
Daily Quick
Daily Quick
Woollens
Hand Wash
Dark Care
Self Clean
Freshen up
Energy Consumption (kWh)
Programme (°C)
Auxiliary functions
Water Consumption (l)
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Max. Load (kg)
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Selectable
temperature range
°C
90-Cold
90-Cold
90-Cold
90-30
60-Cold
60-Cold
60-Cold
60-Cold
20
40-Cold
60-Cold
30-Cold
90-Cold
90-Cold
90-Cold
40-Cold
30-Cold
40-Cold
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• : Selectable
* : Automatically selected, not cancellable.
** : Energy Label programme (EN 60456)
*** If maximum spin speed of your machine is lower, selection may be made until maximum
spin speed.
- : See program description for maximum load.
auxiliary functions in the table vary according to the model of your machine.
CThe
Water
and power consumption and program duration differ from the table subject to
C changes
in water pressure, water hardness and temperature, ambient temperature,
type and amount of laundry, selection of auxiliary functions, and changes in supply
voltage.
duration will be displayed on the screen of your machine according to your
CProgram
selection.
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Auxiliary functions
•
Auxiliary Function Selection Buttons
a
•
•
•
•
b
c
d
Depending on the program, you can
select the desired auxiliary function by
pressing the buttons a, b, c,d.
Select the required auxiliary functions
before starting the program.
Some combinations cannot be
selected together. Ex.: Pre-wash and
Quick Wash.
Symbol of the selected auxiliary
function will light up.
Auxiliary function selection
If an auxiliary function that should not
be selected together with a previously
selected function is chosen, the first
selected function will be cancelled and the
last auxiliary function selection will remain
active.
Ex.: If you want to select pre-wash first
and then quick wash, pre-wash will be
cancelled and quick wash will remain
active.
Auxiliary function that is not compatible
with the program cannot be selected.
(see, “Program Selection Table”)
• Prewash
When you select this function (a), the
display will indicate “F1” symbol.
• A pre-wash is only worthwhile for
heavily soiled laundry. Without
pre-wash you save energy, water,
detergent and time.
• Pre-wash without detergent is
recommended for lace and curtains.
• Quick Wash
With this function (b), the wash time is
shortened. “F2” symbol lights up on the
display.
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Use this function for smaller amounts
or slightly soiled laundry.
• Extra Rinse
When this function (c) is selected, washing
and rinsing is performed with plenty
of water. “F3” symbol lights up on the
display.
• Anti-Creasing
With this function (d), drum movement
will be lessened to prevent creasing and
spinning speed is limited. In addition,
washing is carried out at a higher water
level. “F4” symbol lights up on the display.
• Use this function for delicate laundry
that crease easily.
you select this auxiliary
CWhenever
function, load your machine with half
of the maximum laundry specified in
the program table.
• Rinse Hold
If you are not going to unload your clothes
immediately after the program completes,
you may use rinse hold function and keep
your laundry in the final rinsing water in
order to prevent them become creased
when there is no water in the machine.
Press “Start/Pause” button after this
process if you want to drain the water
without spinning. Program resumes. Your
machine drains the water and program
completes.
If you want to spin your laundry that you
left in water:
- Adjust the spin speed.
- Press Start/Pause button
Program resumes. Your machine drains
the water, spins the laundry and program
completes.
Time display
The display shows the time remaining for
the program to complete while a program
is running. Time is displayed in hours and
minutes as “01:30”.
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Time delay
With the “Time delay” function you can
delay the program start up to 24 hours.
Setting can be made in intervals of 30
minutes.
1. Open the loading door, place the
laundry inside and fill detergent
drawer.
2. Set the washing program,
temperature, spin speed and, if
required, select the auxiliary functions.
3. Press “Time delaying” buttons “+” and
“-” to set your desired time delay. The
Time delaying symbol will flash.
4. Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
Then the time delay starts to count
down. The Time delaying symbol will
light up. The Start symbol will light up.
The “:” in the middle of the displayed
time delay will start to flash.
laundry may be loaded or taken
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out during the time delay period. At
the end of the time delay countdown
process, time delaying symbol fades
and the washing starts as the program
duration is displayed.
Changing the delay time
If you want to change the time during the
countdown:
1. Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
“ : “ in the middle of the screen will
stop flashing. The Standby symbol will
light up. The Time delaying symbol will
flash. The Start Symbol will fade.
2. Press “Time delaying” buttons “+” or
“-” to set your desired time delay.
3. Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
The Time delaying symbol will light
up. The Standby symbol will fade. The
Start symbol will light up.
4. The “:” in the middle of the displayed
time delay will start to flash.
Cancelling the time delay
If you want to cancel the time delay
countdown and start the program
immediately:
1. Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
The “:” in the middle of the displayed
time delay will stop flashing.
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2. Start symbol will fade. The standby
symbol and the time delaying symbol
will flash.
3. Press time delaying button “-” to
decrease the desired time delay.
Program duration after 30 minutes
shall be displayed.
4. Press Start/Pause/Cancel Button to
start the program.
Starting the Program
1. Press Start/Pause/Cancel button to
start the program.
2. The start symbol which indicates that
the program has started will light up.
3. The door locks and the door locked
symbol will light up.
4. The Symbol of the relevant step
(prewash, main wash, rinse, softener
and spin) that the program has started
from will light up.
Progress of program
The progress of a running program is
shown through a number of symbols on
the screen.
t the beginning of each program
• Astep,
the relevant symbol in the series
of symbols will light up and thus, at
the end of the program, all symbols
will remain lit up. The symbol that
lights up at the far right of the series
of symbols indicates the step that is
being carried out.
Pre-wash
When “prewash” auxiliary function is
selected, prewash symbol will light up to
indicate the beginning of prewash step.
Main wash
Main wash symbol will light up to indicate
that the main wash cycle has started.
Rinse
Rinse symbol lights up at the beginning of
the rinse step.
Softener
Softener symbol lights up at the beginning
of softener step.
Spin
Spin symbol will light up at the beginning
of the final spin, during “Spin” and “Pump”
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special programs.
the machine is not spinning, the
• Ifprogram
may be in rinse hold mode
or the automatic spin correction
system has been activated due to an
excessive unbalanced distribution of
laundry in the machine.
the loading door is locked. This symbol
will flash until the door is allowed to open.
Do not force the door at this stage. This
symbol will fade out as soon as the door is
allowed to open. You may open the door
after the symbol fades out.
Changing the selections after
the program has started
Protect the appliance from being tampered
by children by means of the child-proof
lock. In this case, no change can be made
in the running program.
machine can be turned on and
CYour
off with On/Off button while the childproof lock is activated. In this case,
your machine will resume its program
with child-proof lock activated.
The machine is switched to child-lock
by pressing the 2nd and 4th auxiliary
functions for 3 sec. “C:on” (Child-proof
lock is activated) label appears on the
display.
The selected spin speed and program
temperature fade out. An empty frame
appears.
When the “Program selection” button is
brought to the appropriate position, rpm
and temperature data reappear.
Switching the machine to
standby mode
The machine is switched to standby
mode by pressing “Start/Pause/Cancel”
button momentarily. The Standby symbol
which indicates the machine is in standby
mode lights up and the start symbol that
shows the program has started and is still
continuing fades out.
F1
F2
F3
Child-proof lock
The same symbol will also be displayed
whenever any button is pressed while the
machine is child-locked.
To deactivate the child-proof lock, press
the 2nd and 4th auxiliary function buttons
for 3 sec.
“C:OFF” (Child-proof lock is deactivated)
label appears on the screen.
F4
Selecting or cancelling an auxiliary
function in pause mode
Auxiliary functions can be cancelled or
selected in accordance with the step the
program is at.
Adding/removing laundry in pause
mode
The door can be opened if the water
level is suitable. The door locked symbol
will light up until the door is suitable for
opening. This symbol will fade out as soon
as the door is allowed to open. Laundry
may be added / taken out by opening the
door.
Door lock
The Door Locked Symbol lights up when
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Ending the program through
cancelling
“Start/Pause/Cancel” button is pressed
for 3 seconds to cancel the program.
Start symbol will flash during cancellation.
After cancellation, the symbol of the
corresponding step at which the
cancellation was made will remain lit and
“End” will appear on the screen.
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Program in rinse hold mode
•
This process is shown with the
flashing Spin Symbol and the lit up
Standby Symbol.
If you wish to spin when the machine is in
this mode:
Adjust the spin speed. Press “Start/Pause/
Cancel” button. The program continues,
pumps out the water and spins. The
Standby Symbol fades out and Start
Symbol lights up.
If you want to discharge the water only
without spinning:
Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
The Standby symbol will fade. The
Start symbol will light up. The program
continues and only drains the water.
End of program
When the program is finished, the symbols
of the relevant steps will remain lit up and
the auxiliary function, spin and temperature
data selected at the start-up of the
program will remain selected. “End” will
appear on the display.
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6 Quick instructions for daily use
Preparation
1. Turn the tap on completely. Check that
the hose is connected tightly.
2. Place the laundry in the machine.
3. Add detergent and softener.
Starting
1. Press the “On/Off” button.
2. Select the Programme and the
temperature.
3. If desired (according to your machine’s
model):
– select any auxiliary function,
– adjust the spin speed,
– set the time delay,
4. Close the loading door.
5. Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
The display shows the time remaining for
the Programme to complete if time delay
is not set.
The display shows the time remaining for
the Programme to start if the time delay is
set.
6. Check if the Door Locked Symbol
lights up on the screen.
The Door Locked Symbol will light up if
time delay is not set.
The Door Locked Symbol will fade if time
delay is set.
Cancelling a Programme
1. Press and hold the “Start/Pause/
Cancel” button for about 3 seconds;
the Start symbol will start flashing.
2. The machine can discharge all the
water or can take in water for 3 times
at most to cool down the clothes and
complete discharging process.
Adding more laundry
is only possible under the
• This
following conditions:
– during time delay,
may add or remove laundry during
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the time delay (until the Programme
starts). At the beginning of a washing
cycle (machine allows adding more
laundry during a future step only if the
water level is low enough to open the
loading door or if the temperature in
the machine is low).
In order to add laundry after the startup of the Programme:
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1. Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
2. Open the loading door and put in
more laundry.
3. Close the loading door.
4. Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
Programme is in rinse hold mode
process is shown with the
CThis
flashing spin symbol and the standby
symbol which is lit up.
If you wish to spin when the machine is in
this mode:
1. Adjust the spin speed.
2. Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
The Programme continues, pumps out
the water and spins.
3. The standby symbol fades out and the
start symbol lights up.
If you want to discharge the water without
spinning:
1. Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
2. The standby symbol fades out and the
start symbol lights up.
3. The Programme continues and only
pumps out the water.
Re-spinning the laundry
The control system for an unbalanced load
can pause the spinning in cases when the
distribution of the laundry in the drum is
not balanced.
If you want to re-spin the clothes:
1. Distribute the laundry in your machine
for a balanced load.
2. Select the spin Programme.
3. Adjust the spin speed.
After the Programme is finished
Programme indicator symbols on the
screen will remain lit after the Programme
is finished. “End” will appear on the
screen.
1. Open the loading door and take out
the laundry when the door locked
symbol on the display fades out.
2. Press the “On/Off” button.
3. Turn the water tap off.
4. Remove any folds in the rubber seal
on the loading door and check for
debris.
5. Leave the loading door and detergent
drawer open to dry.
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7 Maintenance and cleaning
Detergent Drawer
Remove any powder residue build up in
the drawer. To do this;
2
1
•
3
4
Open the hole in the bellow with the
aid of a toothpick if it is clogged.
metal substances in your
CForeign
machine can cause rust stains. In
1. You can remove the detergent drawer
by pulling it towards yourself strongly.
more than a normal amount of
CIfsoftener
and liquid detergent mixture
starts to remain in the softener
compartment, the siphon must be
cleaned.
2. Wash the drawer and the siphon
with plenty of lukewarm water in a
washbasin. Wear protective gloves
or use an appropriate brush to avoid
touching the residues in the drawer
when cleaning.
3. Replace the drawer into its housing
after cleaning. Check if the siphon is in
its original location.
The loading door and the drum
After each wash:
• Check if there are any foreign
substances in the drum.
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such cases:
Clean the drum with a stainless steel
cleaning agent. Never use steel wool
or wire wool.
Body and control panel
When necessary:
• Wipe the exterior panels of your
machine with soapy water or mild
detergent. Dry it with a soft cloth.
• Use only a soft and damp cloth to
clean the control panel.
Never
use a sponge or scrubbing
A material.
These will damage the
painted and plastic parts.
Inlet water filters
There is a filter at the end of each water
intake valve at the back side of the
machine and also at the end of each water
intake hose where they are connected to
the tap. These filters prevent the foreign
substances and dirt in the water to enter
into the machine. Filters should be cleaned
as they get dirty.
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here may be water at 90°C in the
ATmachine.
the filter must be cleaned
only after the inside water is cooled
down to avoid hazard of scalding.
•
•
•
•
•
Close the taps.
Remove the nuts of the water intake
hoses to clean the surfaces of the
filters on the water intake valves with
an appropriate brush.
If the filters are very dirty, you can pull
them out by means of pliers and clean
them.
Take out the filters on the flat ends of
the water intake hoses together with
the gaskets and clean thoroughly
under streaming water.
Replace the gaskets and filters
carefully to their places and tighten the
hose nuts by hand.
2- Open the filter cap. The filter cap
may be composed of one or two pieces
according to the model of your machine.
If it is composed of two pieces, press the
tab on the filter cap downwards and pull
the piece out towards yourself.
If your machine is built-in, then it does
C not
contain a filter cover.
If it is composed of one piece, hold it from
both sides and open it by pulling out.
can remove the filter cover
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by slightly pushing the kick plate
downwards with a screwdriver,
through the gap above the filter cover.
Draining any remaining water
and cleaning the pump filter
Filter system in your machine prevents
solid items such as buttons, coins and
fabric fibers clogging the pump propeller
during discharging of the washing water.
Thus, a good water discharge is achieved
and the pump life is extended.
• If your machine fails to drain the water,
the pump filter may be clogged. You
may have to clean it every 2 years or
whenever it is plugged. Water must be
drained off to clean the pump filter.
In addition, water may have to be drained
off completely in the following cases:
• before transporting the machine (e.g.
when moving house)
• when there is the danger of frost
In order to clean the dirty filter and
discharge the water;
1- Unplug the machine to cut off the
supply power.
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3- An emergency drain hose is supplied
with some of our models. Others are not
supplied with this item.
If your product is supplied with an
emergency drain hose, do the following as
shown in the figure below:
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• Pull out the pump outlet hose from its
housing.
• Place a large container at the end of
the hose. Drain the water off into the
container by pulling out the plug at
the end of the hose. If the amount of
water to be drained off is greater than
the volume of the container, replace
the plug, pour the water out and then
resume the draining process.
• After draining process is completed,
replace the plug into the end of the
hose and fit the hose back into its
place.
Close the one-piece filter cap of your
product by fitting the tabs on the bottom
into their positions and pushing the upper
part of it.
If your product is not supplied with an
emergency drain hose, do the following as
shown in the figure below:
• Place a large container in front of the
filter to receive water flowing from the
filter.
• Loosen pump filter (anticlockwise) until
water starts to flow out of it. Direct the
flowing water into the container you
have placed in front of the filter. You
can use a piece of cloth to absorb any
spilled water.
• When there is no water left, turn the
pump filter until it is completely loose
and remove it.
• Clean any residues inside the filter
as well as fibers, if any, around the
propeller region.
• If your product has a water jet feature,
be sure to fit the filter into its housing
in the pump. Never force the filter
while replacing it into its housing.
Fit the filter fully into its housing;
otherwise, water may leak from the
filter cap.
4- Close the filter cap.
Close the two-piece filter cap of your
product by pushing the tab on it.
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8 Solution suggestions for problems
Cause
Explanation / Suggestion
Programme cannot be started or selected.
Machine may have switched to self
Bring your machine to factory settings by turning
protection mode due to an infrastructure
the Programme selection knob. (see, Ending the
problem (such as line voltage, water
Programme through Cancelling)
pressure, etc.).
Water in the machine.
There may be some water in your machine
when you receive it. This is from the quality It is not harmful to your machine.
control process and is normal.
There is water coming from the bottom of the machine.
- Make sure that the seals of the water inlet hoses
are securely fitted.
There might be problems with hoses or the
- Tightly attach the drain hose to the tap.
pump filter.
- Make sure that the pump filter is completely
closed.
Machine does not fill with water
- Tap may be turned off.
- Open the inlet water taps fully.
- Water inlet hose might be bent.
- Flatten the water intake hose.
- Water inlet filter might be clogged.
- Clean the water intake filter.
- The loading door may be ajar.
- Close the loading door.
Machine does not discharge water.
- Water outlet hose might be clogged or
- Clean or flatten the hose.
twisted.
- Clean the pump filter.
- Pump filter may be clogged.
Machine vibrates or shakes.
- Machine feet might not be adjusted.
- Transportation safety bolts might have
- Adjust the machine feet.
not been removed.
- Remove the transportation safety bolts.
- There may be a small amount of laundry
- Add more laundry to the machine.
in the machine.
- Reduce the amount of laundry in the machine or
- The machine may be overloaded or the
balance the load by hand.
clothes may be distributed unevenly.
- Ensure that nothing touches the machine.
- There machine might be touching a solid
surface.
Machine stops shortly after the Programme starts.
Machine can stop temporarily due to low
It will resume operating when the voltage is back to
voltage.
the normal level.
The water being taken in is directly discharged.
Connect the water draining hose as described in the
Improper position of the drain hose.
operation manual.
No water can be seen in the machine during washing.
This is not a problem. The water level is
not visible from the outside of the machine.
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The door is jammed.
- Water level might be above the lower
level of the door.
- Machine might be heating up the water
- Run either the “Pump” or “Spin” Programme.
or it may be at the spinning cycle.
- Wait until the process is over.
- Due to an electrical mechanism, the door - Wait until the process is over.
can only be opened a few minutes after
the Programme has stopped.
Machine fills with water when a process is cancelled.
For safety reasons cold water is added to cool the
Inside of machine may be hot.
hot wash load
It continuously spins. Remaining time does not count down. (On models with display)
- The automatic spin correction system might have
been activated due to the unbalanced distribution of
the laundry in the drum.
- The laundry in the drum may be clustered
There may be an imbalance of laundry in
(bundled laundry in a bag). Laundry should be
the machine.
rearranged and re-spun.
- No spinning is performed when the laundry is
not evenly distributed in the drum to prevent any
damage to the machine and to its environment.
Washing time takes longer than the time specified in the manual
- The machine will wait until there is sufficient
amount of water, which will lengthen the washing
time to avoid poor washing results due to
insufficient water.
- Washing time is extended to avoid poor washing
results when the supply voltage is low.
- Cycle time is extended to heat up the water when
- Water pressure may be low.
the input water is cold. Also, washing time can be
- Supply voltage may be low.
lengthened to avoid poor washing results.
- Input temperature of water may be low.
- The automatic spin correction system might have
- There may be an imbalance of laundry in
been activated due to the unbalanced distribution of
the machine.
the laundry in the drum.
- Number of rinses and/or amount of rinse
- The laundry in the drum may be clustered
water might have increased.
(bundled laundry in a bag).
- Laundry should be rearranged and re-spun.
- No spinning is performed when the laundry is
not evenly distributed in the drum to prevent any
damage to the machine and to its environment.
- Water amount is increased to obtain a better rinse
and a rinse cycle is added when necessary.
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It continuously washes. Remaining time does not count down.
- The machine will wait until there is sufficient
amount of water to avoid poor washing results due
In the case of a paused countdown while
to lack of water. Then the timer will start to count
taking in water:
down.
- Timer will not countdown until the
- Time will not count down until the selected
machine is filled with the correct amount of
temperature for the Programme is attained.
water. (On models with display)
- The automatic spin correction system might have
- Time might have gotten stuck during
been activated due to the unbalanced distribution of
heating step. (On models with display)
the laundry in the drum.
- The laundry in the drum may be clustered
In the case of a paused countdown at the
(bundled laundry in a bag). Laundry should be
spinning step:
rearranged and re-spun.
There may be an imbalance of laundry in
- No spinning is performed when the laundry is
the machine. (On models with display)
not evenly distributed in the drum to prevent any
damage to the machine and to its environment.
It did not spin.
- The automatic spin correction system might have
been activated due to the unbalanced distribution of
the laundry in the drum.
- There may be an imbalance of laundry in
- The laundry in the drum may be clustered
the machine. Therefore, the Programme
(bundled laundry in a bag). Laundry should be
might have been completed without
rearranged and re-spun.
spinning.
- No spinning is performed when the laundry is
- The machine will not spin if the water has
not evenly distributed in the drum to prevent any
not completely drained.
damage to the machine and to its environment.
- Check the filter.
- Check the drain hose.
Washing performance is poor: Laundry turns grey
- Using insufficient amount of detergent
- Use the recommended amount of detergent
for a long time,
appropriate for water hardness and the laundry.
- Washing at low temperatures for a long
- Select the proper temperature for the laundry to
time,
be washed.
- Using insufficient amount of detergent
- If the water hardness is high, using an insufficient
for hard waters (soil can stick to the
amount of detergent can cause laundry to turn grey
laundry),
over time.
- Using excessive amount of detergent
- It is difficult to eliminate such greyness once it
(detergent can stick to the laundry).
occurs.
Washing performance is poor: Stain could not be removed, not cleaned. Laundry could not be
whitened.
- Use recommended amount of detergent
- Insufficient amount of detergent used.
appropriate for the laundry.
- Excessive laundry loaded into machine
- Do not load the machine in excess.
- Wrong Programme and temperature
- Select the proper Programme and temperature for
might have been selected.
the laundry to be washed.
- Improper detergent may have been used.
- Put the detergent in the correct compartment.
- Wrong type of detergent used.
- Do not mix detergent with bleaching agents.
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- Washing performance is poor: Oily stains appear on laundry.
- Washing performance is poor: Bad odour
- Such odours and bacteria layers are formed on
the drum as a result of continuous washing at lower
temperatures and/or in short Programmes.
- Oily accumulations on the drum may
- Leave the detergent dispenser drawer as well
have stuck to the laundry.
as the loading door of the machine ajar after each
- Oily accumulations on the drum may
washing. Thus, a humid environment favorable for
have stuck to the laundry.
bacteria cannot be created inside the machine.
- Machine must be operated empty either at 60°C
or 90°C Programme with detergent every 6 months.
Colour of the clothes faded.
- Do not load the machine in excess
- Excessive laundry loaded into machine.
- Store detergent in a closed and dry location.
- Detergent may have gotten damp.
- Do not keep them under high temperatures.
- A higher temperature might have been
- Select the proper Programme and temperature
selected.
according to the type and soiling degree of the
laundry.
It does not rinse well.
- Store detergent in a closed and dry location. Do
not keep them under high temperatures.
- If detergent is put in the prewash compartment
although prewash cycle is not selected, machine
- The amount, brand and storage
can take this detergent during rinsing or softener
conditions of the detergent used might not step.
be appropriate.
- Check the filter.
- Detergent might have been put in the
- Check the drain hose.
wrong compartment.
- There may be an imbalance of laundry in the
- Machine filter may be clogged.
machine.
- Drain hose may be folded.
- The laundry in the drum may be clustered
- Intermediate spins may be skipped.
(bundled laundry in a bag). Laundry should be
rearranged and re-spun.
- No spinning is performed when the laundry is
not evenly distributed in the drum to prevent any
damage to the machine and to its environment.
Clothes stiffened.
- If the water hardness is higher, using insufficient
amount of detergent can cause the laundry to
become stiff in time. Use appropriate amount of
detergent according to the water hardness.
- Insufficient amount of detergent used.
- If detergent is put in the prewash compartment
- The detergent may have been placed into
although prewash cycle is not selected, machine
the wrong compartment; the detergent
can take this detergent during rinsing or softener
may be mixed with the softener.
step.
- Do not mix the softener with detergent when
putting in the compartment.
- Wash and clean the drawer with hot water.
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Clothes do not smell like the softener.
- If the water hardness is higher, using insufficient
amount of detergent can cause the laundry to
become stiff in time. Use appropriate amount of
detergent according to the water hardness.
- Insufficient amount of detergent used.
- If detergent is put in the prewash compartment
- The detergent was placed into the wrong
although prewash cycle is not selected, machine
compartment; the detergent was mixed
can take this detergent during rinsing or softener
with the softener.
step.
Do not mix the softener with detergent when putting
in the compartment.
Wash and clean the drawer with hot water.
Detergent residue in the dispensing drawer.
- Dry the detergent drawer before putting in
- Detergent may have been put in wet
detergent.
dispenser drawer.
- Store detergent in a closed and dry location.
- Detergent may have gotten damp.
- Do not keep them under high temperatures.
- Water pressure might be low
- The detergent dispenser outlet (holes) may have a
- The detergent in the main wash
problem.
compartment might have gotten wet while
- There might be problems with the detergent
taking in the prewash water..
dispenser valves.
- Detergent might be mixed with the
- Do not mix the softener with detergent when
bleaching agent.
putting in the compartment.
There is detergent left on the laundry.
- Excessive laundry loaded into machine.
- Do not load the machine in excess.
- Wrong Programme and temperature
- Select the proper Programme and temperature for
might have been selected.
the laundry to be washed.
- Wrong detergent may have been used.
- Use wool detergents for woollens.
There is too much foam
- Use only automatic washing machine detergents
.
in your washing machine.
- You may not be using proper detergent for
- Use only sufficient amount of detergent.
automatic washing machines.
- Use only sufficient amount of detergent.
- Excessive amount of detergent may have
- Store detergent in a closed and dry location.
been used.
- Do not store in excessively hot places.
- Too much detergent may have been used
- Use smaller amounts of detergent for lace items.
for a small amount of lightly soiled laundry.
- If you put detergent in the prewash compartment
- Detergent may have been stored
although you have not selected a prewash cycle,
improperly.
the machine can take this detergent during rinsing
- Type of material being washed (lace items
or softener step.
will cause excessive foam due to their
- Too much softener was put in.
meshed structure).
The detergent dispenser is problematic. Water is
- Detergent might have been put in the
siphoned (pulling the softener into the washer early)
wrong compartment.
during the fill or rinse cycles.
- Softener being released early.
Valves are problematic.
There is foaming over the detergent drawer
Too much detergent was used
Mix 1 tablespoonful softener and ½ liter water
and pour into the main wash compartment of the
detergent drawer.
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Machine does work. Nothing is displayed on the screen.
The plug might not be plugged in the mains
outlet.
Check the plug.
Fuse may have blown.
Check the fuse.
Electricity may be cut off.
Check the supply power.
The “On/Off” button might have not been
Press this button.
pressed.
The machine did not start after the program was selected and the «Start/Pause/Cancel» button was
pressed.
The front door may be ajar.
The Rinse Symbol amongst the Program Indicator Symbols is flashing. (Subject to the model of your
machine, water cut-off symbol may light up too)
Water may have been cut off.
You can restart your machine by pressing the «Start/
Pause/Cancel» button for a short time after ensuring
that the water is not cut off.
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9 Guarantee
Your new Beko product is guaranteed
against the cost of breakdown repairs for
twelve months from the date of the original
purchase.
What is covered?
• Repairs necessary as a result of faulty
materials, defective components or
manufacturing defect.
• The cost of functional replacement
parts, but excluding consumable
items.
• The labour costs of a Beko approved
repairer to carry out the repair.
What is not covered?
• Transit, delivery or accidental damage
or misuse and abuse.
• Cabinet or appearance parts, including
knobs, flaps, handles or container lids.
• Accessories or consumable items
including but not limited to, ice trays,
scrapers, cutlery baskets, filters and
light bulbs.
• Repairs required as a result of
unauthorised repair or inexpert
installation that fails to meet the
requirements contained in the user
instruction book.
• Repairs to products used on
commercial or non-residential
household premises.
• Loss of frozen food in freezers or
fridge/freezers. (Food loss insurance is
often included within your household
contents insurance policy, or may be
available separately from your retailer).
•
•
•
•
•
•
Should you experience any difficulty in
obtaining service please contact the Beko
Customer Help-Line.
Tel: 0845 600 4911
e-mail:service@beko.co.uk
Important notes.
• Your Beko product is designed and
built for domestic household use only.
• The guarantee will be void if the
product is installed or used in
commercial or non-residential
domestic household premises.
• The product must be correctly
installed, located and operated in
accordance with the instructions
contained in the User Instructions
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Booklet provided.
Professional installation by a qualified
Electrical Domestic Appliance Installer
is recommended for all Washing
Machines, Dishwashers and Electric
Cookers
Gas Cookers must only be installed by
a Gas safe registered Gas Installer.
The guarantee is given only within the
boundaries of the United Kingdom and
the Republic of Ireland.
The guarantee is applicable only to
new products and is not transferable if
the product is resold.
Beko disclaims any liability for
incidental or consequential damages.
The guarantee does not in anyway
diminish your statutory or legal rights.
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10 Service
Please keep your purchase receipt or other
proof of purchase in a safe place; you will
need to have it should the product require
attention under guarantee.
You should also complete the details
below; it will help us assist you when
requesting service. (The model number
is printed on the Instruction Booklet and
the serial number is printed on the Rating
Label affixed to the appliance)
service can be obtained at a charge.
Should you experience any difficulty in
obtaining service please contact the Beko
Customer Help-Line.
Tel: 0845 600 4911
e-mail:service@beko.co.uk
Model No:
Serial No:
Retailer:
Date of purchase:
For service under guarantee simply
telephone the appropriate number below
UK Mainland & Northern Ireland
Fridges & Freezers
0845 600 4903
Electric Cookers
0845 600 4902
Gas &
0845 600 4905
Dual Fuel Cookers
Washing Machines &
Dishwashers
0845 600 4906
Republic of Ireland
All Refrigeration, 01 862 3411
All Cookers
Washing Machines & Dishwashers
Before requesting service please check the
trouble-shooting guide in the Operating
Instructions as a charge may be levied
where no fault is found even though your
product may still be under guarantee.
Service once the manufacturers
guarantee has expired.
If you have purchased an extended
guarantee please refer to the instructions
contained within the extended guarantee
agreement document. Otherwise please
call the appropriate number above where
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BUILT-IN INSTALLATION GUIDE
11 BUILT-IN INSTALLATION
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