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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................. 2
Installation Safety Precautions ..................................................................................... 2
General Safety Precautions .......................................................................................... 3
PARTS AND FEATURES ....................................................................................... 4
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................... 5
Tools Needed ................................................................................................................. 5
Parts Supplied ................................................................................................................ 5
Location Requirements ................................................................................................. 5
Drain System Requirements ......................................................................................... 6
Electrical Requirements ................................................................................................ 7
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................ 8
Step 1 - Unpack the Washer .......................................................................................... 8
Step 2 - Connect and Secure the Drain Hose .............................................................. 9
Step 3 - Connect the Water Hoses ............................................................................... 9
Step 4 - Level the Washer ...........................................................................................11
Step 5 - Complete Installation ....................................................................................11
CONTROL PANEL AND FEATURES .................................................................... 12
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................. 15
Step 1 - Prepare and Sort Laundry..............................................................................15
Step 2 - Add Fabric Care Products ..............................................................................15
Step 3 - Load the Washer ............................................................................................16
Step 4 - Start the Washer ............................................................................................16
CARE AND CLEANING GUIDE............................................................................ 17
Cleaning and Maintenance ..........................................................................................17
Vacationing Precautions .............................................................................................17
Moving or Storage Preparation ...................................................................................17
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................ 18
LIMITED WARRANTY ........................................................................................ 20
RECORD KEEPING
Thank you for purchasing this Haier
product. This user manual will help you
get the best performance from your
new washer.
For future reference, record the model
and serial number located on back of
the washer, and the date of purchase.
Staple your proof of purchase to this
manual to aid in obtaining warranty
service if needed.
___________________________________
Model number
___________________________________
Serial number
___________________________________
Date of purchase
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using
your appliance, follow the basic precautions, including the following:
• Read all of the instructions before using this appliance.
• Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this user
manual.
• Do not use the washer for commercial clothes washing.
• Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot-water
system that has not been used for 2 weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS
IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water system has not been used for such a
period, before using a washing machine, turn on all hot-water faucets
and let the water ßow from each for several minutes. This will release
any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas is ßammable, do not smoke
or use an open ßame during this time.
INSTALLATION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
DANGER
Before you throw away your old appliance, remove the door or lid so
that children cannot hide or get trapped inside your old appliance.
• This appliance must be properly installed and located in accordance with
the installation instructions before it is used.
• Do not store or install this appliance where it will be exposed to
temperatures below freezing or exposed to weather, which can cause
damage to the appliance.
• The appliance must be properly grounded to conform with all electrical
codes and ordinances. See “Electrical Requirements” section.
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GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• Keep the area around your appliance free from combustible materials
such as lint, paper, rags or chemicals.
• Close supervision is necessary if this appliance is used by or near
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children. Do not allow children to play on, with, or inside this appliance.
Do not place articles that have been previously cleaned in, washed in,
soaked in, or spotted with gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents or other
ßammable or explosive substances in the wash water. These substances
give o! vapors that could ignite or explode.
Do not add gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, or other ßammable or
explosive substances to the wash water. These substances give o!
vapors that could ignite or explode.
Do not reach into the appliance if the wash basket, tub or agitator is
moving.
Do not tamper with the controls.
Never unplug your washer by pulling on the power cord. Always grasp
the plug Þrmly and pull straight out from the outlet.
To minimize the possibility of electric shock, unplug this appliance from
the power supply before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
NOTE: Turning the cycle selector knob to the “O!” position does NOT
disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
• Do not attempt to service, repair or replace any part of the appliance
unless speciÞcally recommended in this user manual or in published
repair instructions that you understand and have the skills to carry out.
• Before discarding or removing from service, remove the washer door or
lid.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
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PARTS AND FEATURES
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Top Lid
Outer Tub Cover
Control Panel
Balance Ring
Cabinet
Wash Basket
Leveling Feet (4)
Drain Port
Door Safety Switch
Power Cord (120 Volt/ 60 Hz)
Liquid Beach Dispenser
Cold Water Inlet Value
Access Panel
Hot Water Inlet Valve
Agitator
Back Cover
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
TOOLS NEEDED
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Pliers
Wrench
Flat-blade Screwdriver
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Measuring Tape
Carpenter’s Level
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Water Hoses (2)
(ßat washers pre-installed)
User Manual
PARTS SUPPLIED
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Drain Hose Clamp
Drain Hose Hook
Drain Hose
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LOCATION REQUIREMENTS
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The washer must be installed on a solid ßoor to minimize vibration during the
spin cycle. A concrete ßoor is the best.
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The ßoor should be level with maximum slope of 1” (25 mm) under entire washer.
A suitable location is protected from direct sunlight and heat sources such as
radiators, baseboard heaters, or cooking appliances.
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Do not install on carpeting.
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Hot and cold water faucets must be present within 3 ft. (0.9 m) of the hot and
cold connections on the washer.
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A water heater must supply hot water with a temperature of at least 120°F
(49°C).
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The water pressure should be between 20 and 100 psi (138 and 690 kPa).
The location must have a grounded electrical outlet located within 4 ft. (1.2 m) of
power cord on the back of the washer.
WARNING
Do not install or operate the washer where it will be exposed to
temperatures below 32°F (0°C). Water remaining in the washer will
freeze and cause damage to the washer.
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WASHER DIMENSIONS
43.5"
(110.5 cm)
27"
(68.6 cm)
27"
(68.6 cm)
DRAIN SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
WALL OR FLOOR STANDPIPE
The height of the standpipe must be between 39” (99 cm) and 60” (153 cm) from the
bottom of the washer. The minimum diameter of the standpipe must be 2” ( 5 cm).
Wall
Floor
39" – 60"
(99 cm – 153<cm)
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LAUNDRY TUB
The laundry tub must have a minimum
capacity of 20 gal. (76 L). The height of the
laundry tub must be at least 39” (99 cm)
and no more than 48” (122 cm).
39" – 48"
(99 cm – 122<cm)
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
WARNING
The washer must be plugged into a properly grounded 120 volt, 60Hz.,
AC only, 15 or 20-amp, fused electrical outlet. A time-delay fuse or
circuit breaker is recommended.
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If the electric supply provided does not meet the above requirements, contact a
licensed electrician.
WARNING
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result
in a risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or
serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is properly
grounded.
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This appliance must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or breakdown,
grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least
resistance for electric current.
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This appliance is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding
conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate
outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes
and ordinances.
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Do not use a 3 prong plug adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
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STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLING YOUR WASHER
We recommend that your new washer be installed by a qualiÞed appliance
technician. If you feel that you have the skills to install the washer, please read the
installation instructions carefully before installing.
CAUTION: If, after completing these steps, you are unsure that the washer is
properly installed, contact a qualiÞed appliance technician.
WARNING
If your washer was just delivered and the outside temperature was
below freezing, do not operate until the washer warms up to room
temperature.
STEP 1 - UNPACK THE WASHER
1. Remove all packing materials. This includes the foam base and all adhesive tape
holding the washer accessories inside and outside.
2. Open the top lid to remove the wash basket brace. Pull to remove.
NOTE: Save the wash basket brace to use when moving the washer in the future.
3. Inspect and remove any remains of packing, tape or printed materials before
using the washer.
WARNING
To avoid danger of suffocation, keep plastic bag and other packing
material away from babies and children. Do not use this bag in cribs,
carriages and playpens. The plastic bag could block nose and mouth
and prevent breathing. This bag is not a toy.
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STEP 2 - CONNECT AND SECURE THE DRAIN HOSE
1. Loosen the drain hose clamp with a ßatblade screwdriver. Slide the clamp up the
drain hose, o! the hose rubber end.
2. Fit the drain hose rubber end over the
plastic drain port on the washer.
3. Slide the drain hose clamp over the drain
hose rubber end and drain port.
4. Tighten the drain hose clamp to secure the
connection.
5. Put the the drain hose hook end in a drain
pipe or laundry tub.
6. Secure the drain hose in place by fastening it to a water hose, the standpipe, or a
leg on the laundry tub. See “Drain System Requirements” for illustrations.
STEP 3 - CONNECT THE WATER HOSES
IMPORTANT: Only use new hoses when installing the washer.
NOTE: Periodically inspect hoses for cracks, cuts, leaks or wear. Replace with new
hoses every 5 years.
NOTE: Hot water needs to be set at a temperature of at least 120ºF - 140ºF. (49ºC60ºC) for the soap to dissolve and to avoid soap residue remaining on clothes.
1. Check that a ßat washer is present and Þrmly in place in each end of the water
inlet hoses. Flat washers are pre-installed at the factory.
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2. The hose couplers are color coded to assist you in making the proper
connections. You may want to use gray for cold and red for hot. Thread the inlet
hoses onto the water faucets by hand until snug. Then using pliers, tighten an
additional two-thirds turn.
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to the hose couplings, do not overtighten.
NOTE: To avoid damage to the faucets do not use plumber’s tape or sealants on
the valve threads.
3. Thread the other end of the inlet hoses by hand onto the inlet valves marked
“H” (hot) and “C” (cold) on the back of the washer until snug. Then using pliers,
tighten an additional two-thirds turn.
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to the hose couplings, do not overtighten.
NOTE: To avoid damage to the washer inlet valves, do not use plumber’s tape or
sealants on the valve threads.
4. Turn on the hot and cold water faucets and check for leaks. If there is any leaking,
check steps 1 through 3 again.
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STEP 4 - LEVEL THE WASHER
IMPORTANT: Proper leveling of the washer will help reduce noise and vibration.
1. Place washer in its Þnal location. Check that the water and drain lines are not
strained or pinched. Make sure that all four feet are Þrmly in contact with the
ßoor and that the washer rests solidly in position.
2. Using a carpenter’s level, check to make sure the the washer is level from side to
side and from front to back.
3. If the washer is not level, adjust the leveling feet. Turn clockwise to extend (raise
the washer) or counterclockwise to retract (lower the washer).
Raise
Lower
STEP 5 - COMPLETE INSTALLATION
1. Plug the washer into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
2. Check that water faucets are turned on.
3. Dispose of/recycle all packaging materials.
4. Run a normal wash cycle using detergent to test and
clean the washer. See the ”Operating Instructions”
section.
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CONTROL PANEL AND FEATURES
CONTROL PANEL
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TEMP BUTTON
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Use this button to select a wash/rinse temperature combination. For best
results follow your garment label instructions and use the warmest water
temperature that is safe for your fabric.
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Not all selections are available for all cycles.
LOAD SIZE BUTTON
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Use this button to select an appropriate water level for your load. Extra
Small is the lowest water level and Super is the highest.
CYCLE SELECTION KNOB
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Turn the washer on by rotating the Cycle Selection Knob.
NOTE: If the washer is not started, it will automatically turn o! after about
5 minutes.
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There are 7 cycles to choose from:
Whites - Use this cycle for white and light colored clothing such as cotton
that are susceptible to transfer of dye.
Heavy Duty - Use this cycle for heavily soiled durable garments. This cycle
can also be used for towels, sports gear, children’s clothes, etc.
Normal - Use this cycle for normally soiled cottons and mixed fabric loads.
Colors - Use this cycle for lightly soiled, dark, or highly dyed natural fabrics.
Delicate - Use this cycle to wash lightly soiled garments and delicate clothes
that need gentle washing.
Quick - Use this cycle to wash small, lightly soiled loads that are needed in a
hurry.
Spin Only - Use this cycle to remove excess water from clothes. For certain
delicate and cotton clothes that you do not wish to put into the dryer, this is
an ideal cycle.
START/PAUSE BUTTON
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Press this button to start a selected cycle or to pause an operating cycle.
NOTE: After starting the wash cycle, you must pause the operating cycle to
change the Wash/Rinse Temp and Load Size settings.
CYCLE PROGRESS INDICATORS
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When the washer is Þrst powered on, the Cycle Progress lights indicate the
stages of the selected cycle.
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As a stage is completed, the light will turn o! indicating that the next stage is
operating.
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The entire wash cycle is complete when all of the lights turn o!.
EXTRA RINSE BUTTON
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Use this button to select or deselect the Extra Rinse option.
NOTE: The Whites cycle automatically selects the Extra Rinse option.
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CYCLE GUIDE
NOTE: To protect your wash load, all options and settings are not available for all
cycles. The shaded boxes indicate the default settings for each cycle.
CYCLE
FABRIC
TYPE
WASH
PROCESS
ESTIMATED
TIME
Whites
White
garments
20 min Soak
18 min Wash
Rinse
Spin
Heavy
Duty
Heavily
soiled,
durable
colorfast
fabrics
20 min Soak
18 min Wash
Rinse
Spin
Normal
Cottons,
linens and
mixed
garments
15 min Wash
Spray Rinses
Spin
Colors
Dark and
color dyed
fabric
15 min Wash
Rinse
Spin
:38
Delicate
Lingerie,
sheer
fabrics with
lace trim
10 min Wash
Long Rinse
Short Spin
:35
Quick
Cottons,
linens and
mixed
garments
6 min Wash
Rinse
Short Spin
:25
Spin
Only
Clean,
soaking
wet
garments
Spin
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TEMPERATURE
EXTRA
RINSE
Hot/Cold
1:08*
Warm/Cold
Cold/Cold
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Warm/Cold
1:08
Hot/Cold
Cold/Cold
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Warm/Cold
1:00
Hot/Cold
Cold/Cold
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Cold/Cold
Hot/Cold
Warm/Cold
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Warm/Cold
Hot/Cold
Cold/Cold
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Warm/Cold
*Estimated time does not include the automatically selected Extra Rinse option. An
extra rinse will add approximately 10 minutes.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 1 - PREPARE AND SORT LAUNDRY
PREPARE LAUNDRY
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Check garment labels for manufacturer’s washing instructions.
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Pretreat all stains and heavily soiled areas.
Empty pockets and turn them inside out.
Turn down cu!s and remove any lint or dirt.
Tie strings and sashes so they don’t tangle.
Close zippers, snaps and hooks to avoid snagging.
Remove pins or other sharp objects from clothes to prevent scratching of the
wash basket.
Turn synthetic and wool knits inside out to avoid pilling.
SORT LAUNDRY
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Sort laundry by the type of wash cycle required (water temperature and wash
action).
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Separate light colors from dark colors and colorfast items from non-colorfast
items.
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Separate heavy duty fabrics from light weight fabrics.
Separate fabrics that attract lint from fabrics that give o! lint.
STEP 2 - ADD FABRIC CARE PRODUCTS
ADD DETERGENT
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Pour liquid or powder detergent and color safe bleach directly into the wash
basket.
NOTE: You can use less or more detergent depending on the size of the load,
and whether clothes are heavily or lightly soiled.
ADD BLEACH (IF DESIRED)
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Pour measured liquid chlorine bleach into the
liquid chlorine bleach dispenser.
NOTE: Use only liquid bleach in this dispenser.
IMPORTANT: Be careful not to spill undiluted
bleach onto the washer cabinet or your
clothes. Since it is a strong chemical, it may
damage clothes or the Þnish of the washer.
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Follow manufacturer’s directions on garment
label for recommended use of liquid or powder
bleach.
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ADD FABRIC SOFTENER (IF DESIRED).
1. Mix fabric softener with an equal amount of warm water but mix only enough to
Þll to the line marked inside the fabric softener dispenser.
2. Pour the diluted fabric softener mixture into the
hole on the top of the agitator.
NOTES:
• Fabric softener will automatically be dispensed
before the deep rinse cycle.
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To avoid staining, do not overÞll the dispenser or
spill fabric softener onto the laundry.
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When using fabric softener, do not stop the
washing machine during the spray rinse cycle.
STEP 3 - LOAD THE WASHER
1. Load garments loosely and evenly around the agitator.
2. Close the washer lid.
NOTES:
• Do not overload or stu! items into the wash basket.
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The washer will not agitate or spin with the lid open.
STEP 4 - START THE WASHER
1. Turn the washer on by rotating the CYCLE SELECTION KNOB.
2. Select a wash cycle.
3. Modify the default settings and options if desired.
4. Press the START/PAUSE BUTTON on the face of the knob to start the wash
cycle.
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CARE AND CLEANING GUIDE
WARNING
Always unplug your washer to avoid electric shock before cleaning.
Ignoring this warning may result in death or injury.
Before using cleaning products, always read and follow manufacturer’s
instructions and warnings to avoid personal injury or product damage.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
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Only use a damp or sudsy cloth for cleaning the control panel.
If you spill liquid/powdered softener, bleach or detergent on the cabinet, wipe
the cabinet immediately to avoid damage to the Þnish.
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Do not use abrasive cleansers, harsh chemicals, ammonia, chlorine bleach,
concentrated detergent, or solvents to clean the washer. These chemicals may
dissolve, damage, or discolor the washer.
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After washing clothes, leave the lid open so that moisture inside the machine
can evaporate and to prevent the growth of mold or mildew.
VACATIONING PRECAUTIONS
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Turn o! water supply faucets. This will eliminate the potential for damage to
your home if a water hose ruptures or leaks.
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Unplug the washer from the electrical outlet.
Dry the wash basket.
Leave the lid open so that moisture inside the machine can evaporate and to
prevent the growth of mold or mildew.
MOVING OR STORAGE PREPARATION
In addition to performing the “Vacationing Precautions,” complete the following
additional steps.
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Disconnect the water hoses and the drain hose and place them into the wash
basket.
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Turn the leveling feet so that they are fully retracted into the washer cabinet.
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Move and store your washer in an upright position only.
If moving the washer, place the wash basket brace from the original packing
materials back into the top of the washer opening. Use masking tape to secure
the washer lid.
Do not store your washer in a cold environment where temperatures fall below
freezing; store at room temperature.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
WASHER DOES NOT OPERATE
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Check that the power cord is plugged into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
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Check that the washer lid is properly closed.
Check that the electrical wall receptacle is of proper voltage.
Check if the circuit breaker needs to be reset or if the fuse needs to be replaced.
Check that the washer is not overloaded. Laundry may need to be redistributed
to re-balance the load.
The washer pauses in some cycles. This is normal in the Delicate cycle, which
has short periods for laundry to soak. You will not hear the washer operating
during that period of time. When the soak time ends, the washer will restart
automatically.
PROBLEMS WITH WATER
Water ßow is slow or Þlling takes a long time:
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Check to make sure that the water faucets are fully turned on.
Check the water hoses to make sure that they are not tangled, kinked, or
pinched.
Water temperature is incorrect:
• Check your water heater temperature. Hot water needs to be at a temperature
of at least 120ºF -140ºF (49ºC - 60ºC).
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Check that the inlet hoses are properly connected (hot to hot and cold to cold).
Water leaks:
• Check that the inlet hoses connections at the faucets and washer are tight.
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Check that the drain hose connection at the washer is secure and that the drain
hose is properly positioned at the drain location.
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Check the plumbing or call a plumber.
Water will not drain:
• Check that the drain hose is properly connected to the washer.
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Check the position of the drain hose. In order to drain properly, the top of drain
outlet must be at least 39” (99 cm) above the ßoor.
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Check that the sink or drainpipe is not clogged.
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WASHER IS MAKING NOISE
Thumping Sound:
• The wash load may be unbalanced. Pause the washer and redistribute items in
the wash basket.
Rattling or clanking noises:
• Foreign objects may be in the washtub. Stop the washer and check for foreign
objects such as keys or loose change.
Squealing Sounds:
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Wash basket may be overloaded. Stop the washer and remove part of the wash
load.
Vibration Noises:
• Washer may not be level. Check that all 4 leveling feet are resting Þrmly on the
ßoor and that the washer is level.
PROBLEMS WITH CLOTHING
Wrinkling:
• Wrinkling can occur because of improper sorting, overloading or washing at the
wrong water temperature.
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Avoid overloading and re-sort your load. Do not mix heavy clothes such as work
clothes with light clothes such as blouses, light shirts and delicate items. You
may need to wash them in warm or cold water.
Detergent Residue:
• Detergent may not completely dissolve in extremely cold water. Select a warm
water wash temperature and check to make sure your hot water heater is
providing hot water; at least 120F (49ºC ).
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Add detergent before loading clothes. Do not pour detergent directly on
garments.
Clothes Are Grayed or Yellowed:
• Separate darks from lights and whites to avoid the transfer of dyes.
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Large and heavily soiled laundry may need more detergent. Refer to detergent
manufacturer’s directions for recommended usage.
Garment Damage:
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Tearing and snagging - Tie strings and sashes. Empty pockets, fasten belts, and
close zippers, metal snaps or hook fasteners before loading.
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Bleach stains - Do not pour or splash bleach directly on clothes. If you are using
the dispenser and still notice stains, try using diluted bleach.
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Excessive wear and tear - Follow manufacturer’s instructions for garment care.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
IN HOME SERVICE
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
For 12 months from the date of original retail
purchase, Haier will repair or replace any part
free of charge including labor that fails due to
a defect in materials or workmanship.
LIMITED WARRANTY
After one year from the original retail
purchase date, Haier will provide a part at
no cost, as indicated below, to replace said
part as a result of a defect in materials or
workmanship. Haier is solely responsible for
the cost of the part. All other costs such as
labor, trip charge, etc are the responsibility of
the owner.
Second through Fifth Year
Haier will provide the outer washtub and
related outer tub assembly parts should the
part fail to hold water.
Second through Seventh Year
Haier will provide the inner stainless steel
wash basket if defective in material or
workmanship.
NOTE: This warranty commences on the
date the item was purchased, and the original
purchase receipt must be presented to the
authorized service representative before
warranty repairs are rendered.
Exceptions: Commercial or Rental Use
Warranty
90 days labor from date of original purchase
90 days parts from date of original
purchase
No other warranty applies.
FOR WARRANTY SERVICE
Contact your nearest authorized service
center. All service must be performed by
a Haier authorized service center. For the
name and telephone number of the nearest
authorized service center, please call
1-877-337-3639.
Before calling please have available the
following information:
Model number and serial number of your
appliance. The name and address of the
dealer you purchased the unit from and the
date of purchase.
A clear description of the problem.
A proof of purchase (sales receipt).
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This warranty covers appliances within
the continental United States, Puerto Rico
and Canada. What is not covered by this
warranty:
Replacement or repair of household fuses,
circuit breakers, wiring or plumbing.
A product whose original serial number has
been removed or altered.
Any service charges not speciÞcally identiÞed
as normal such as normal service area or
hours.
Damage to clothing.
Damage incurred in shipping.
Damage caused by improper installation or
maintenance.
Damage from misuse, abuse accident, Þre,
ßood, or acts of nature.
Damage from service other than an
authorized Haier dealer or service center.
Damage from incorrect electrical current,
voltage or supply.
Damage resulting from any product
modiÞcation, alteration or adjustment not
authorized by Haier.
Adjustment of consumer operated controls
as identiÞed in the owner’s manual.
Hoses, knobs, lint trays and all attachments,
accessories and disposable parts.
Labor, service transportation, and shipping
charges for the removal and replacement of
defective parts beyond the initial 12-month
period.
Damage from other than normal household
use.
Any transportation and shipping charges.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS GIVEN
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR, INCLUDING THE
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
The remedy provided in this warranty is
exclusive and is granted in lieu of all other
remedies.
This warranty does not cover incidental
or consequential damages, so the above
limitations may not apply to you. Some
states do not allow limitations on how long
an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you speciÞc legal rights,
and you may have other rights, which vary
from state to state.
Haier America
New York, NY 10018
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IMPORTANTES INSTRUCTIONS DE SÉCURITÉ
PRÉCAUTIONS DE SÉCURITÉ CONCERNANT
L’INSTALLATION
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CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS
USAGE DOMESTIQUE EXCLUSIF
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PIÈCES ET CARACTÉRISTIQUES
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INSTRUCTIONS D’INSTALLATION
OUTILS NÉCESSAIRES
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PIÈCES FOURNIES
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CRITÈRES D’EMPLACEMENT
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DIMENSIONS DE LA LAVEUSE
43,5"
(110,5 cm)
27"
(68,6 cm)
27"
(68,6 cm)
Plancher
39" – 60"
(99 cm – 1531cm)
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28
A
Joint
29
30
Abaisser
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TABLEAU DE COMMANDE ET FONCTIONS
TABLEAU DE COMMANDE
A
B
C
E
F
D
BOUTON TEMP
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•
BOUTON LOAD SIZE (VOLUME DE CHARGE)
•
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BOUTON DE SÉLECTION DU PROGRAMME
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BOUTON START/PAUSE (MISE EN MARCHE/PAUSE)
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TÉMOINS DE PROGRESSION DU PROGRAMME
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BOUTON EXTRA RINSE (RINÇAGE SUPPLÉMENTAIRE)
•
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PROCESSUS
DE LAVAGE
Heavy Duty
(service
intense)
Normal
Quick
(rapide)
:25
Essorage
:13
PROGRAMME
Whites
(blancs)
DURÉE
ESTIMÉE
TEMPÉRATURE
RINÇAGE
SUPPLÉMENTAIRE
Hot/Cold
(Chaude/froide)
1:08*
Warm/Cold
(Tiède/froide)
Cold/Cold
(Froide/froide)
•
Warm/Cold
(Tiède/froide)
1:08
Hot/Cold
(Chaude/froide)
Cold/Cold
(Froide/froide)
•
Warm/Cold
(Tiède/froide)
1:00
Hot/Cold
(Chaude/froide)
Cold/Cold
(Froide/froide)
•
Cold/Cold
(Froide/froide)
:38
Hot/Cold
(Chaude/froide)
Warm/Cold
(Tiède/froide)
•
Warm/Cold
(Tiède/froide)
:35
Hot/Cold
(Chaude/froide)
Cold/Cold
(Froide/froide)
•
Warm/Cold
(Tiède/froide)
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INSTRUCTIONS D’UTILISATION
ÉTAPE 1 – PRÉPARATION ET TRI DU LINGE
PRÉPARATION DU LINGE
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TRI DU LINGE
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ÉTAPE 2 – AJOUT DE PRODUITS DE SOIN DES TISSUS
AJOUT DE DÉTERGENT
•
AJOUT D’AGENT DE BLANCHIMENT (SI DÉSIRÉ)
•
•
35
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36
GUIDE D’ENTRETIEN ET DE NETTOYAGE
NETTOYAGE ET ENTRETIEN
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PRÉCAUTIONS À PRENDRE AVANT UN DÉPART
•
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37
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38
DÉPANNAGE
LA LAVEUSE NE FONCTIONNE PAS
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39
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40
41
42
INSTRUCCIONES IMPORTANTES DE SEGURIDAD
PRECAUCIONES DE SEGURIDAD PARA
LA INSTALACIÓN
43
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GUARDE ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES
SOLAMENTE PARA USO DOMÉSTICO
44
PIEZAS Y CARACTERÍSTICAS
A
P
E
B
F
O
N
C
M
G
L
D
I
J
K
H
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INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN
HERRAMIENTAS NECESARIAS
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PIEZAS SUMINISTRADAS
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REQUISITOS DE UBICACIÓN
•
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•
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•
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DIMENSIONES DE LA LAVADORA
43,5"
(110,5 cm)
27"
(68,6 cm)
27"
(68,6 cm)
Piso
39" – 60"
(99 cm – 153=cm)
47
REQUISITOS ELÉCTRICOS
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•
48
49
A
Arandela
50
51
Bajar
52
PANEL DE CONTROL Y CARACTERÍSTICAS
PANEL DE CONTROL
A
B
C
E
F
D
BOTÓN DE TEMPERATURA
•
•
BOTÓN LOAD SIZE (TAMAÑO DE CARGA)
•
53
PERILLA DE SELECCIÓN DE CICLOS
•
•
BOTÓN DE INICIO/PAUSA
•
INDICADORES DEL PROGRESO DEL CICLO
•
•
•
BOTÓN EXTRA RINSE (ENJUAGUE ADICIONAL)
•
54
PROCESO
DE
LAVADO
Whites
(Ropa
blanca)
Remojo de
20 minutos
Lavado de
18 minutos
Enjuague
Exprimido
Heavy
Duty
(Intenso)
Remojo de
20 minutos
Lavado de
18 minutos
Enjuague
Exprimido
Normal
Lavado de
15 minutos
Enjuagues
por rociado
Exprimido
Lavado de
10 minutos
Enjuague
prolongado
Exprimido
breve
Quick
(Rápido)
Lavado de
6 minutos
Enjuague
Exprimido
breve
:25
Prendas
limpias
mojadas
Exprimido
:13
CICLO
TIEMPO
ESTIMADO
TEMPERATURA
Hot/Cold
(Caliente/Fría)
1:08*
Warm/Cold
(Tibia/Fría)
Cold/Cold
(Fría/Fría)
•
Warm/Cold
(Tibia/Fría)
1:08
•
Warm/Cold
(Tibia/Fría)
1:00
•
Hot/Cold
(Caliente/Fría)
Warm/Cold
(Tibia/Fría)
•
Warm/Cold
(Tibia/Fría)
:35
•
Warm/Cold
(Tibia/Fría)
55
INSTRUCCIONES DE FUNCIONAMIENTO
PASO 1 – PREPARE Y SEPARE LAS PRENDAS
PREPARE LAS PRENDAS
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SEPARE LAS PRENDAS
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PASO 2 – AGREGUE LOS PRODUCTOS PARA EL
CUIDADO DE LAS TELAS
AGREGUE DETERGENTE
•
AGREGUE BLANQUEADOR (SI LO DESEA)
•
•
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•
PASO 4 – PONGA LA LAVADORA EN MARCHA
1.
2.
3.
4.
57
GUÍA PARA EL CUIDADO Y LA LIMPIEZA
LIMPIEZA Y MANTENIMIENTO
•
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PRECAUCIONES AL IRSE DE VACACIONES
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•
•
•
58
SOLUCIÓN DE PROBLEMAS
LA LAVADORA NO FUNCIONA
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•
59
LA LAVADORA HACE RUIDO
Sonido de golpeteo:
•
Ruidos de traqueteo o metálicos:
•
PROBLEMAS CON LA ROPA
Arrugas:
•
•
Restos de detergente:
•
•
60
GARANTÍA LIMITADA
SERVICIO EN EL HOGAR
GARANTÍA COMPLETA POR UN AÑO
GARANTÍA LIMITADA
PARA OBTENER SERVICIO BAJO
LA GARANTÍA
61
IMPORTANT
Do Not Return This Product To The Store
If you have a problem with this product, please contact the
“Haier Customer Satisfaction Center” at
1-877-337-3639.
DATED PROOF OF PURCHASE, MODEL #, AND SERIAL #
REQUIRED FOR WARRANTY SERVICE
Made in China
Fabriqué en Chine
Hecho en China
Haier America
New York, NY 10018
RWT360BW
Issued: July 2012
Printed in China
Part # 0030509609
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