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Operating Instructions
Washing Machine
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing this quality product from ASKO.
We hope it will meet your expectations and fulfil your needs
for many years to come. Scandinavian design combines clean
lines, everyday functionality and high quality. These are key
characteristics of all our products and the reason they are
greatly appreciated throughout the world.
To get the most from your new machine, we recommend that
you read the operating instructions before using the machine.
The operating instructions also include information on how
you can help protect the environment.
ASKO W6444
Contents
Before using your machine for
the first time
Transport protection
Packing material
Washer door
Checking water hardness
Safety instructions
General
Installation
Overflow guard function
Transport/Winter storage
Recycling
Child safety
Keep an eye on children!
Description of the washing
machine
Detergent compartment
Advice and tips before washing
Sorting your laundry
Clothing
Laundry labels
Laundry label symbols
Coloured cotton
Unbleached linen
Wool
Rayon fibres and synthetic fibres
Reducing allergic reactions
Save time and energy
Economy and efficiency
Detergents
Dyeing fabrics
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Sort your laundry.
Turn on the main power switch
Open the washer door and load
the washing
Add detergent and fabric softener,
as required
Select the program
Select options
Close the washer door and press
the Start/Stop button
Once the program has finished
Settings
You can change the following
settings:
Door opening
Extra rinses
Care and cleaning
Cleaning the trap and the drainage
pump
Cleaning the detergent
compartment
Cleaning the outside of the
machine
Cleaning the inside of the machine
to avoid unpleasant smells
Rinse holes under the agitator
If you have hard water
Troubleshooting
The washer door will not open
The machine will not start
Error messages
Technical information
Technical data
Information for test institute
Transport protection
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Contents
Installation
Positioning the washing machine
Adjusting the feet
Connection to water supply
Drainage connection
Electrical installation
Service
Before contacting the service
division
Quick guide
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Before using your machine for the first time
Transport protection
Remove any transport protection devices before
installing the machine. See the "Transport
protection" chapter.
Packing material
Sort waste materials in accordance with local
guidelines.
Washer door
• The washer door will not open until the
machine is connected to the electricity supply.
• To open the door manually, see "The washer
door will not open" in the "Troubleshooting"
chapter.
• The machine cannot be started when the door
is open.
• To open the washer door while a program is
running, see "Close the door and press the
Start/Stop button" in the "Washing" chapter.
Checking water hardness
The quantity of detergent needed depends,
amongst other things, on how hard the water is.
See the detergent pack for details. Phone your
local water company to check the water hardness
in your area.
NOTE!
Each machine is tested before leaving the
factory. A small amount of water may remain in
the drain pump, though this does not affect
quality or damage the machine.
See Quick guide on the last page
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Safety instructions
General
Transport/Winter storage
• Read the operating instructions and keep them
in a safe place.
• Installation should be carried out by qualified
ASKO technicians.
• The machine should only be used for washing
items as described in these instructions. It is
not intended for dry cleaning.
• Use only detergent intended for machine
washing!
• Remove any transport protection devices
before using the machine. See the "Transport
protection" chapter.
• Repairs and maintenance must be carried out
by a qualified professional.
• Damaged mains cables must only be replaced
by a qualified electrician.
• The machine is not designed to be used by
persons (even children) that are physically or
mentally handicapped or lack experience and
knowledge. Such persons must receive
instruction in how to use the machine or be
supervised by a person responsible for their
safety.
• Children must be watched to ensure they do
not play with the machine.
• In the enclosed plastic bag you will find a tool
for opening the washer door in emergencies.
If the machine is to be transported or stored in
unheated premises where the temperature can
fall below freezing, do as follows:
• Empty the filter and the drainage pump. See
the "Care and cleaning" chapter.
• Shut off the water to the washing machine,
loosen the supply hose to the intake valve and
let the water run out from the valve and hose.
• After emptying the pump, a small amount of
water may remain in the machine. This does
not affect quality or damage the machine.
Recycling
This machine is manufactured and labelled for
recycling. In order to prevent injuries, the machine
must be made unusable once the decision has
been taken to dispose of it. Contact your local
authority for information about where and how
your machine can be recycled correctly.
Installation
See the "Installation" chapter.
Overflow guard function
If the machine’s water level rises above the normal
level, the overflow guard function begins to pump
water out and shuts off the water intake. If the
water level has not dropped within 60 seconds,
the program is terminated.
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Child safety
Keep an eye on children!
• Always close the door and start the programme
immediately once you have added detergent.
• The appliance is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without supervision.
• Young children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
• Store detergent and fabric softener out of the
reach of children!
CAUTION!
If this appliance is supplied from a cord
extensions set or electrical portable outlet
device, the cord extension ser or electrical
portable outlet device must be positioned so that
it is not subject to splashing or ingress of
moisture.
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Description of the washing machine
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Main power switch
Detergent compartment
Program panel
Serial number plate (on inside of washer door)
Drainage pump cover
Drainage pump (behind cover)
Washer door
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Detergent compartment
1. Pre-wash
2. Main wash
3. Fabric softener
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Advice and tips before washing
Here are some tips that may help you before
washing.
Sorting your laundry
Sort items according to:
• how soiled they are
• colour
• material
Clothing
1. Do up zips and close Velcro straps so that they
don’t harm fabrics.
2. New coloured items may contain excess dye
and should therefore be washed separately
the first few times.
3. Turn delicate items inside out. This reduces
the risk of burling and fading.
4. Empty pockets and wash them inside out if
possible.
Laundry labels
Look at the item's laundry label. The table below
shows suitable wash programs for different
materials and wash loads. Using modern washing
machines and detergents, for example compact
detergents, you can usually wash at lower
temperatures. It is a good idea to use trial and
error to find out what produces the best results.
Laundry label symbols
Examples of washing instructions and recommended programs. Always follow the washing instructions
for each garment.
Laundry labels
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Material
Program
Load
Cotton, linen, white and light-coloured items. Colour/White 60 °C to 95 °C
1/1 drum
Cotton, linen, cotton/polyester. Light and
dark-coloured garments.
1/1 drum
Quick 60 °C
Polyester, polyamide, elastane, acrylic. Light Synthetics 40 °C
and dark-coloured garments.
1/1 drum
Acrylic, viscose, modal, acetate.
Easy Care 40 °C
1/2 drum
Silk and very delicate items
Synthetics 30 °C
1/3 drum
Wool and other very delicate garments
Wool/hand wash 30 °C to 40 °C
1/3 drum
Coloured cotton
Unbleached linen
Coloured cotton items with the washing instruction
60 °C should be washed at 60 °C for the first time
in order to remove any excess dye. If you do not
do so, there is a risk that the colour will run. Use
detergent without bleach in order to preserve the
colour of the fabric.
Unbleached linen fabrics should be washed at 60
°C, using detergent containing no bleach or optical
whiteners. Heavily-soiled linen can occasionally
be washed at higher temperatures, but not too
often because the heat can destroy the linen’s
shine and strength.
Advice and tips before washing
Wool
Economy and efficiency
These fabrics are labelled either machine wash
or hand wash. The Wool/hand wash program is
at least as gentle as washing by hand.
You can save energy by not using higher
temperature programs than necessary.
• Select Quick if you just need to freshen up
shirts or exercise clothes, for example. This
will save both water and energy.
• If you select a fast spin speed, this reduces
energy consumption when drying in a tumble
dryer or drying cabinet.
• Always wash with a full load when using the
Heavy, Colour/White and Normal programs.
• Avoid pre-washing. Modern machines and
detergents clean effectively without
pre-washing. Pre-washing is only necessary
for heavily soiled washing.
Wool is especially sensitive to processes such as
washing.
If you do not wish to spin dry, you can squeeze
out the water using terry towels. In this case select
No spin.
To find out how to choose this setting, see the
"Washing" chapter. However, most garments can
withstand a short spin. Choose a short spin by
selecting a spin speed of 800 rpm or less.
Rayon fibres and synthetic fibres
Materials made of rayon fibres, such as viscose,
and some synthetic fibres are very delicate and
require much space so as not to crease. Only half
fill the drum when washing and choose a spin
speed of 800 rpm or lower.
NOTE!
Viscose and acetates are fragile when wet.
Reducing allergic reactions
The washing machine has a Super Rinse option.
Use this for people with sensitive skin, such as
those with allergies and small children.
Save time and energy
Use the Colour/White program to save time and
energy. This program has a shorter main wash
than Normal, but is often sufficient for lightly soiled
washing.
Detergents
Eco-labelled detergents are less harmful to the
environment.
Detergent overdosing does not give better
washing results; it merely causes a greater impact
on the environment; can also hinder the wash
performance.
Try to use less detergent, and increase only if you
are not satisfied with the results.
Dyeing fabrics
If you want to dye fabrics in the machine, select
the Colour/White program with the Super Rinse
option. Select temperature according to the dye
manufacturer’s recommendations.
Choose a low spin speed if the fabric to be dyed
is a blended material such as
polyester/cotton.
NOTE!
Add the dye directly to the washing drum – not
to the detergent compartment. After dyeing, you
should run the machine empty using the same
program. Use the normal amount of detergent.
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Advice and tips before washing
NOTE!
Due to environmental concerns, we discourage
the use of strong chemicals.
When using agents for bleaching or stain
removal, there is a risk of rust (corrosion) and
discolouration of the machine.
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Sort your laundry.
NOTE!
See the "Advice and Tips before washing"
section.
Detergent overdosing does not give better
washing results; it merely causes a greater
impact on the environment; can also hinder the
wash performance.
Place underwired bras in a laundry net.
Empty pockets. Coins, nails and the like can
cause damage to the machine and fabrics. See
the "Advice and Tips" section before washing.
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Turn on the main power switch
Open the washer door and load
the washing
If the washer door is closed, press the Door
opening button (key symbol). The door opens
once all water has drained from the machine.
Load the washing. The wash program chart shows
how much washing can be washed with each
program.
Try using less detergent, and increase only if
you are not satisfied with the results.
Fabric softener
Pour the fabric softener into the compartment with
the
symbol. Follow the recommendations on
the fabric softener packaging.
NOTE!
Do not fill above the compartment’s maximum
fill level. Otherwise fabric softener will run in too
early, and will impair washing results.
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Add detergent and fabric
softener, as required
The detergent packaging will have
recommendations for how much detergent you
should use. The machine holds 7 kg of washing.
If you only have a small amount of laundry in the
machine, you can reduce the amount of detergent
used.
Powder detergent
Pour the powder into the compartment for the
main wash, and pre-wash as well if desired.
Liquid detergent
When using liquid detergent, follow the detergent
manufacturer’s recommendations. We
recommend always using a wash ball with very
thick liquid detergent.
Wash ball or net
If you use a wash ball or net, place it directly in
the drum and select a program without pre-wash.
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Select the program
Program name
Temperature
Super rinse
Spin
Time
Door opening
Start/Stop
You select a program by turning the program selector. An LED lights up beside the selected program
and the estimated program time is shown in the display. The program time is based on the time last taken
by the same program. Use the option buttons to select any options.
1. Auto
4. Colour/White
This program automatically adjusts the length of
the main wash and the number of rinses to the
amount of laundry loaded in the machine.
A standard program for lightly to moderately soiled
laundry. The temperature can be selected freely,
so follow the washing instructions for each
garment. Garments worn next to the skin ought
to be washed at 60 °C. Very lightly soiled laundry
often comes clean already at 40 °C. The spin
speed can be selected freely. The machine adapts
the program time and water consumption to the
load size.
2. Heavy
Program for heavily soiled laundry, with dirt that
needs to be fully dissolved before the main wash.
A pre-wash is used to do this. You can select the
temperature freely, so follow the washing
instructions for each garment. The highest
temperature, 95 °C, is suitable for very heavily
soiled laundry. The spin speed can be selected
freely. The machine adapts the program time and
water consumption to the load size.
3. Normal
Program for normal to heavily soiled laundry,
whites and colours. You can select the
temperature freely, so follow the washing
instructions for each garment. 60 °C is a good
temperature for heavily soiled cotton garments,
as well as for garments worn next to the skin.
Select 40 °C if the laundry is less soiled. The spin
speed can be selected freely. The machine adapts
the program time and water consumption to the
load size.
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5. Quick
Fast program for laundry that just needs
freshening up. The program can be run at any
temperature, so follow the washing instructions
for each garment. The lower the selected
temperature, the shorter the program time.
Garments worn next to the skin ought to be
washed at 60 °C. The spin speed can be selected
freely.
Washing
6. Easy Care
8. Wool/hand wash
Program for blended materials, permanent press
shirts and functional sports clothing. The program
has a high water level and as such is also suitable
for cushions, quilted jackets and the like. Read
the washing instructions carefully and remember,
for example, that fabric softener must not be used
with the membranes found in some outer
garments. A washing temperature up to 60 °C
and a spin speed up to 1200 rpm can be selected.
A gentle laundry program for wool, silk and
garments that should be washed by hand. The
highest temperature is 30 °C. This program has
a short spin. The maximum spin speed is 800 rpm.
7. Synthetics
Program for delicate fabrics made of synthetic
fibres, blended materials or silk. The maximum
temperature is 60 °C, but follow the washing
instructions for each garment. Many synthetics
will come clean at 40 °C. Garments worn next to
the skin ought to be washed at 60 °C. The
maximum spin speed is 800 rpm.
9. Rinse
This program performs one cold rinse cycle +
spin. Suitable for laundry that just needs to be
dampened and for cleaning cloths and mops.
10. Spin & Drain
Used to just spin the wash. If you only want to
drain the machine of water, select the
(no spin).
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Program chart
Program
Water consump- Energy consump- Program time
PreNumber of Spin Speed Max. load tion
(approx. hrs and
tion
wash Temp. °C Rinses
rpm
( kg)
(approx. liter)
(approx. kWh)
min.)
1. Auto
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95
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1400
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85
2,2
2:45
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60
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1400
7
75
1,2
2:40
60
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1400
7
60
1,13
3:21
40
2
1400
7
60
0,47
3:06
4. Colour/White
60
3
1400
7
60
1,1
1:40
5. Quick
40
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1400
3,5
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0,4
0:40
6. Easy Care
40
2
1200
3,5
50
0,5
1:20
7. Synthetics
40
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800
3,5
30
0,4
1:20
8. Wool/hand wash
30
3
800
2,3
70
0,5
0:45
1
1400
3,5
15
0,1
0:20
1400
3,5
0,1
0:15
2. Heavy
3. Normal
9. Rinse
10. Spin & Drain
Consumption data may vary from the given values depending on variations in water pressure, water hardness, water inlet temperature,
room temperature, fluctuations in the electricity, type and volume of the laundry and any extra options.
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Select options
You can select options to adjust the wash program to suit your own specific requirements. The
available options depend on the selected program. If the option is available for the selected program,
the symbols lights up when you press the button.
The machine will remember the options you select for each program (with one exception – Delayed Start).
You can still change the selected options the next time you select the program in question.
Temperature
• Select the temperature by pressing the button until the LED by the desired temperature lights.
• You can select temperatures between 20 °C and 95 °C. For Wool/hand wash you cannot choose a
temperature higher than 40 °C, when choosing Synthetics or Easy Care the maximum temperature
is 60 °C.
Spin
• Select the spin speed by pressing the button until the LED by the desired speed lights.
• You can select speeds between 400 and 1400 rpm, No spin or No drain. The maximum spin speed
varies according to the program selected, so check the LEDs around the button.
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, means that the program does not include a spin cycle and ends by draining.
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No drain means that the program does not include a spin cycle and ends with the water from the
final rinse still in the machine. The washing will remain covered by the water from the final rinse,
stopping it from getting creased. If you have selected "No drain", you must select the Spin & Drain
program and the
symbol (no spin) once the program has ended to drain the water from the machine
before you open the washer door.
Delayed Start
When you select Delayed Start, the machine will start 1–24 hours after you press the Start/Stop button.
• Press the button by the symbol to activate Delayed Start.
• By pressing the button again you can delay the start in whole hours up to a maximum of 24 hours.
• Press Start/Stop, and the machine counts down 1 hour at a time and starts after the selected delay.
If you change your mind and want to cancel Delayed Start, you must press and hold Start/Stop for three
seconds.
NOTE!
Remember to press the Start/Stop button to start the program.
NOTE!
Make sure the detergent compartment is completely dry before you add detergent, otherwise there is
a risk that the detergent will clump before the machine starts.
Super Rinse
• Select Super Rinse by pressing the button by the symbol.
• An LED next to the button lights when this option is activated.
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When the program starts an estimated program
time, in hours and minutes, is displayed. The
remaining time is updated three times during the
program, based on the actual load and the
incoming water temperature. The first update
takes place after about 15 minutes. The remaining
time is last updated just before the final rinse.
The washer door opens automatically once the
program has finished. If you want to deactivate
the automatic door opening function, see the
"Selecting settings" section.
• Remove the load.
• Turn off the main power switch, this will save
energy.
To add or remove washing after the
program starts
If you have small children or pets at home, close
the washer door once you have removed the
laundry.
Close the washer door and
press the Start/Stop button
Time remaining
If you want to add or remove items after the
program has started, you can stop the program
by pressing and holding the Door opening button
(key symbol) for three seconds. The program time
flashes on the display. When you restart the
machine, add any extra detergent needed and
close the washer door. The machine continues
automatically from the point where the program
was interrupted.
Stopping or changing a program
You can stop a program by pressing the
Start/Stop button for three seconds. To restart the
machine, select a new program, add any extra
detergent needed and press the Start/Stop button.
NOTE!
Do not open the detergent compartment while
the machine is running.
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Once the program has finished
Once the program has finished, "End"
appears in the display.
Backlighting
Two minutes after the wash program finishes the
display backlighting enters energy saving mode.
Settings
You can change the following settings:
Automatic door opening.
Extra rinses.
Door opening
If you choose Automatic door opening the Washer door will open once the program has finished.
1. Turn off the machine using the main power switch.
2. Press and hold the Super rinse button and then switch on the main power switch.
3. 'AdO' is shown on the display if Automatic door opening is activated or 'AdF' if the option has not been
activated.
4. Press the Super Rinse button to change the setting.
5. Press the Door opening button to save the setting.
Extra rinses
Upon delivery, your washing machine is set to use three rinses in the Normal and Colour/White programs.
If you want to increase the number of rinses to five for these programs, do as follows:
1. Turn off the machine using the main power switch.
2. Press and hold the Delayed start button and then switch on the main power switch.
3. The display shows "R O" if extra rinses (5 rinses) is activated or "R F" if it is not activated (3 rinses).
4. Turn the program selector to change the setting.
5. Press the Door opening button to save the setting.
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Care and cleaning
Cleaning the trap and the drainage
pump
The washing machine has a trap where smaller
objects such as coins and hairpins can collect.
To clean the trap and the drainage pump, do as
follows:
1. Make sure the machine is empty of water and
switched off at the mains.
Cleaning the detergent
compartment
NOTE!
Do not run the detergent compartment through
a dishwasher!
Pull the detergent compartment out as far as it
will go.
2. Open the door.
Lift the detergent compartment as you pull it out
to remove it from the machine.
3. Unhook the drainage hose from the connector
inside the door and drain the water into a
suitable container, such as a shallow bowl.
4. Turn the cover anti-clockwise to open the
pump. Remove the cover.
Rinse the compartment and scrub it clean. The
fabric softener compartment cover can be
removed.
Cleaning the outside of the machine
5. Remove any items and so forth from the pump
housing and the cover. Also check that the
pump blades right at the back rotate.
Clean the outside of the machine and the program
panel with a mild cleaner. Do not use any
solvents, as these can damage the machine.
NOTE!
Do not hose down the machine with water!
6. Screw on the cover, replace the drainage hose
on the hatch pin and close the hatch.
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Care and cleaning
Cleaning the inside of the machine
to avoid unpleasant smells
Modern detergents often allow clothes to be
washed at low temperatures. This means that
small deposits can build up in the machine. These,
in turn, may lead to unpleasant smells developing;
especially if constantly using cold wash.
To avoid this, we recommend running a 95 °C
wash program once a month. When you do this,
use a small quantity of detergent. It is not
necessary to put any washing in the machine.
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Care and cleaning
Rinse holes under the agitator
If you have hard water
If you suspect that objects such as nails or paper
clips may have fallen into the wash drum, you
should check the space under the agitator. Such
objects can rust and cause spots on clothing.
Nails and other sharp objects can cause holes in
fabrics.
If you live in an area with hard water (high
limescale content), a greyish-white coating may
form on the wash drum. To remove this coating,
pour approximately 20 gram of citric acid into the
wash drum and run any 95 °C program. Repeat
if necessary.
Do as follows:
1. Insert a screwdriver or the like into the hole on
the agitator as illustrated and carefully pry to
the left.
2. Use your other hand to grasp the agitator and
pull it towards you.
3. Lift the agitator.
4. Remove any objects.
5. Place the agitator in the mounting hole with the
F-mark towards you. Ensure that all the agitator
fasteners are in their holes in the drum. Push
it in until it catches.
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Troubleshooting
The washer door will not open
1. Check that the main power switch is on.
2. Is there power? Check your home’s fuses
(circuit breakers). The washer door cannot be
opened with the Door opening button (with the
key symbol) if power is off.
If nothing else works, the washer door can
be opened as follows:
WARNING!
The door may only be opened manually if the
electric power is cut and the machine has
been drained of water.
If in the future the washer door does not open
when the wash program has finished, call the
service division.
The machine will not start
A Select the Spin & Drain program and the
option with the
symbol (no spin) to drain
the water from the machine. If this does not
work the machine must be drained
manually. See "Cleaning the trap and the
drainage pump" in the "Care and cleaning"
chapter.
If this does not work the machine must be
drained manually. See "Cleaning the trap
and the drainage pump" in the "Care and
cleaning" chapter.
B Ensure that the main power switch is turned
off and that the plug has been removed from
the wall socket.
C Take the emergency door opening tool and
place it in the gap on the right side of the
washer door lock. This tool is found in the
enclosed plastic bag.
D Push the tool upwards to open the washer
door.
1. Is the washer door properly closed? Push it
firmly.
2. Is there power? Check the fuses and residual
current devices (circuit breakers) in the
building.
3. Check that you have not selected Delayed
Start. To cancel Delayed Start, press the
Start/Stop button for three seconds.
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Troubleshooting
Error messages
F12 Water inlet fault
If an error occurs during the program a message
is shown on the display. To exit the message after
taking measures, turn the machine off and then
back on.
Check:
The error messages that may be shown in the
display are:
Action:
F10 Overfilling
1. Shut off the water tap.
2. See "Drainage error".
F11 Drainage error
Check:
• that no objects are stuck in the drainage hose
outlet.
• that the drainage pump is not blocked by
foreign objects. Clean the pump. See the "Care
and cleaning" chapter.
• that there are no kinks in the drainage hose.
After taking measures, run the Drain program or
press the Door opening button (key symbol) to
empty the machine. If this does not resolve the
problem, call the service division.
• that the tap on the water pipe is open.
• that the filter in the machine’s water inlet is not
blocked.
1. Shut off the water tap.
2. Unscrew the hose.
3. Clean the filter in the inlet valve on the
machine.
4. Screw the hose back on.
5. Turn on the tap and check for leaks.
6. Run the program again to check if the fault is
fixed.
7. If this does not resolve the problem, call the
service division.
Imbalance
The machine stops the spin cycle if there is too
much imbalance. The washing machine restarts
the spin cycle and hopefully the washing is better
distributed in the drum. This procedure can be
repeated up to 10 times. If the machine still fails
to find a good balance, the program jumps to the
next step.
The error message requires no action.
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Technical information
Technical data
Height:
850 mm
Width:
595 mm
Depth:
585 mm
Weight:
73 kg
Cylinder volume:
60 l
Max. washing capacity:
7 kg
Spin speed (rpm):
400-1400
Rated power:
See type plate.
Heater output:
See type plate.
Water pressure:
0,1-1 MPa
2
1-10 kp/cm
2
10-100 N/cm
Wash drum and liquid compartment material:
Stainless steel
Outer casing material:
Powder-coated and hot-galvanized sheet steel or
stainless steel.
Water connection:
1,5 m pex pipe
Drain:
1,7 m polypropylene hose
Information for test institute
Energy declaration
Australian standard:
AS/NZS 2040.1:1998
Washing program:
Normal, 40 °C, 7 kg cotton
Connection:
Cold water 20 °C
Test method for noise measurement:
IEC-60704-2-4
Power requirement when machine turned off
< 0,3 W
Power requirement for Delayed Start
< 6,0 W
Power requirement when program finished
< 3,0 W
Detergent, PBIS and Anti-Sudsing Agent (10ml) must be added via the detergent compartment.
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Technical information
Loading procedure for standard test:
When loading the machine for testing according to AS/NZS 2040:2005 it shall be loaded according to
the table below. Garments are placed on top of each other in layers and the soil swatches should be
placed inside the wash drum in the direction shown in the table, seen from above.
Top
Swatch- Swatch placees
ment
30. Bath towel
1
Left
29. Pillow case
1
Right
28. Pillow case
1
Front
26. T-shirt
1
Rear
25. Tablecloth
1
Right
23. Shirt
1
Front
22. Undershorts
1
Center
1
Left
17. T-shirt
1
Center
16. Undershorts
1
Right
15. Shirt
2
Rear
1
Left
1
Right
9. Undershorts
1
Center
8. Shirt
1
Rear
6. Tablecloth
1
Left
5. T-shirt
1
Front
2. Pillow case
1
Left
1. Bath towel
1
Right
Total
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27. Undershorts
24. Bath towel
21. Undershorts
20. Sheet
19. Wash cloths (all)
18. T-shirt
14. Bath towel
13. Bath towel
12. Handkerchiefs (all)
11. Sheet
10. Undershorts
7. Bath towel
4. Undershorts
3. Pillow case
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Illustration of loaded Wash Drum for standard test.
Transport protection
Your washing machine has transport protection of Type A or Type B.
Type A
Before the machine is used, the three transport
screws should be removed as shown below.
NOTE!
If the machine is to be moved and transported,
the transport screws must be refitted to prevent
damage to the machine through shaking. If the
transport screws or plastic plugs have been lost
you can order new ones from your retailer.
Article number
Designation
80 882 77
Screw
80 884 67
Plastic plug
Order three of each item!
1. Loosen and remove the bolts.
2. The enclosed plastic bag contains three plastic
plugs to fit in the empty screw holes.
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Transport protection
Type B
Remove the three transport bolts and the plastic
plugs for locking the machine for transport before
using the machine.
NOTE!
If the machine is to be transported, the bolts and
plastic plugs for locking the machine during
transport must be installed to prevent damage
to the machine through shaking. If the transport
bolts or plastic plugs have been lost, you can
order new ones from your retailer.
1. Loosen and remove the bolts as illustrated
below.
Article number
Designation
80 882 77
Screw
80 901 05
Plastic plug, transport
lock
Order three of each item!
2. To remove the plastic plugs that held the bolts,
squeeze together and pull out.
3. Remove the plastic covers from the plugs.
Push the plastic covers into the three holes
that contained the plugs. Save the plastic plugs
in case the machine is moved in the future.
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Installation
Positioning the washing machine
Connection to water supply
The washing machine can be installed as a built-in
or freestanding unit. Position the machine so that
the electrical plug is easily accessible.
Water connection should be carried out by an
appropriately qualified person. Connect the
machine using the accompanying supply hose.
Water pressure should be 0.1–1MPa (approx.
2
2
1–10kp/cm ; 10–100N/cm ). There should be a
stopcock on the water pipe.
A. Built-in
The washing machine can be installed under a
counter top with a working height of 850–900 mm.
Leave a 5 mm space around the entire machine,
including between the rear edge of the top cover
and the wall behind it.
B. Freestanding
The washing machine can be positioned beside
or under a tumble dryer.
If the pipes are newly installed, it may be wise to
flush them through so that any dirt is washed
away. Otherwise, dirt can clog the filter in the
machine’s water intake and cut off cut off or
reduce water flow to the machine. Check for leaks.
Adjusting the feet
Keep the noise that the machine produces to a
minimum by adjusting the feet so that the machine
is steady and balanced on the floor. Tighten the
lock nuts.
Locking nut
Use only the supply hose supplied with the
machine. Do not re-use old hoses or other loose
supply hoses.
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Installation
Drainage connection
Electrical installation
The machine is supplied with a drainage hose
attached, which must be connected to a drain.
See the examples below. The height must be
600–900 mm above floor level.
Connect the machine by plugging it into an
earthed wall socket. The electrical wall socket
must be placed outside of the installation area to
be easily accessible.
The lower position (600 mm) is always preferable.
Ensure that the drainage hose has no kinks.
CAUTION!
If this appliance is supplied from a cord
extensions set or electrical portable outlet
device, the cord extension ser or electrical
portable outlet device must be positioned so that
it is not subject to splashing or ingress of
moisture.
600-900mm
Connection on delivery
The machine is supplied as 1-Phase, 220-230V,
50-60Hz, heat output 2000W and has a 10A plug.
Any residual current devices must be type A.
The machine can also be connected to the drain
via a spigot connection. In this case the hose
should also be 600-900 mm above the floor. The
internal diameter of the hole should be at least 18
mm.
• Cut the nipple
• Remove burrs from the hole.
See the illustration.
At least 18 mm
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NOTE!
Repairs and maintenance must be carried out
by a qualified professional.
Service
Before contacting the service
division
Before you contact the service division, make sure
that you know the model number (located on the
front panel), and serial number.
Model Number
Serial
Number
The model designation can be found on the panel.
The type designation and serial number can be
found on the type plate on the inside of the washer
door.
Type
70.11
Serial number (12 digits)
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Your notes
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Your notes
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Quick guide
1
Washing
1. Empty pockets and refasten zips.
2. Read the item’s laundry label.
3. Sorting laundry.
NOTE!
fabric softener into the compartment on
the right with the
-symbol.
2. If you use liquid detergent, follow the
detergent manufacturer’s
recommendations.
Load the laundry
4
1. Press the main power switch.
2. If the washer door is closed, press the
Door opening button (key symbol) and
the door will open.
3. Load the washing and close the washer
door.
5
Place underwired bras in a laundry net.
2
3
Detergent compartment
1. Pour detergent into the main wash
compartment, and pre-wash
compartment as well if required. Pour
Select the program
1. Select a program by turning the program
selector.
2. Select any options and settings.
3. Press the Start/Stop button.
Program finished
1. The text 'End' on the display indicates
that the wash program has finished.
2. The washer door opens automatically
once the program has finished.
3. Remove the load.
4. Turn off the main power switch.
If you have small children or pets at home,
close the washer door once you have
removed the laundry.
Art. No.: 80 890 92. Rev. 01. We reserve the right to make changes.
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