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Contents
InstaIIation, 2-3-4-5
Ünpack|ng and |eve|||ng, 2
E|ectr|c and water connect|ons, 2-3
The f|rst wash cyc|e, 4
Techn|ca| deta||s, 5
Washing machine description, 6-7
Oontro| pane|, 6
|eds, 7
Starting and Programmes, 8
Br|ef|y: how to start a programme, 8
Programme tab|e, 8
PersonaIisations, 9
Sett|ng the temperature, 9
Funct|ons, 9
Detergents and Iaundry, 10
Detergent d|spenser, 10
Prepar|ng your |aundry, 10
Spec|a| |tems, 10
Precautions and advice, 11
Oenera| safety, 11
D|sposa|, 11
Sav|ng energy and respect|ng the env|ronment, 11
Care and maintenance, 12
Outt|ng off the water or e|ectr|c|ty supp|y, 12
O|ean|ng your app||ance, 12
O|ean|ng the detergent d|spenser, 12
Oar|ng for your app||ance door and drum, 12
O|ean|ng the pump, 12
Oheck|ng the water |n|et hose, 12
TroubIeshooting, 13
Service, 14
Before ca|||ng for Ass|stance, 14
WASHING MACHINE
WIA 121
Instructions for use
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InstaIIation
Keep th|s |nstruct|on manua| |n a safe p|ace for
future reference. Shou|d the app||ance be so|d,
transferred or moved, make sure the |nstruct|on
manua| accompan|es the wash|ng mach|ne to |nform
the new owner as to |ts operat|on and features.
Pead these |nstruct|ons carefu||y: they conta|n v|ta|
|nformat|on on |nsta||at|on, use and safety.
Unpacking and IeveIIing
Unpacking
1. Ünpack the wash|ng mach|ne.
2. Oheck whether the wash|ng mach|ne has been
damaged dur|ng transport. |f th|s |s the case, do not
|nsta|| |t and contact your reta||er.
3. Pemove the 3
protect|ve screws and
the rubber bush w|th
the respect|ve spacer,
s|tuated on the rear of
the app||ance (see a|so
||e |ns|a||a||on |ea/|e|¦.
NB.The p|ast|c spacers
may fa|| down |ns|de the
mach|ne once the bo|t
has been removed, and w||| not |nterfere w|th the
operat|on of the mach|ne.
4. Sea| the gaps us|ng the p|ast|c p|ugs prov|ded.
5. Keep a|| the parts: you w||| need them aga|n |f the
wash|ng mach|ne needs to be moved to another
|ocat|on.
Packag|ng mater|a|s are not ch||dren's toys.
LeveIIing
Your mach|ne may make a cons|derab|e amount of no|se
|f the two front feet have not been adjusted correct|y.
1. |nsta|| the wash|ng mach|ne on a f|at sturdy f|oor,
w|thout rest|ng |t up aga|nst wa||s, furn|ture cab|nets
or other.
2. |f the f|oor |s not
perfect|y |eve|, compen-
sate for any unevenness
by t|ghten|ng or
|oosen|ng the adjustab|e
front feet (see /|ç0·e¦,
the ang|e of |nc||nat|on,
measured accord|ng to
the worktop, must not
exceed 2°.
|eve|||ng your app||ance correct|y w||| prov|de |t w|th
stab|||ty and avo|d any v|brat|ons, no|se and sh|ft|ng
dur|ng operat|on. |f |t |s p|aced on a f|tted or |oose
carpet, adjust the feet |n such a way as to a||ow
enough room for vent||at|on beneath the wash|ng
mach|ne.
EIectric and water connections
Connecting the water inIet hose
1. |nsert sea| A |nto the
end of the |n|et hose
and screw the |atter
onto a co|d water tap
w|th a 3/4 gas threaded
mouth (see /|ç0·e¦.
Before mak|ng the
connect|on, a||ow the
water to run free|y unt||
|t |s perfect|y c|ear.
2. Oonnect the other end
of the water |n|et hose to
the wash|ng mach|ne,
screw| ng | t ont o t he
app| | ance's co| d water
|n|et, s|tuated on the top
r| ght-hand s| de on the
rear of t he app| | ance
(see /|ç0·e¦.
3. Make sure there are no k|nks or bends |n the
hose.
The water pressure at the tap must be w|th|n the
va|ues |nd|cated |n the Techn|ca| deta||s tab|e
(on ||e nex| oaçe¦.
|f the water |n|et hose |s not |ong enough, contact
a spec|a||st store or an author|sed serv|ceman.
Ensure that the supp|y taps are a||ow|ng water
through. O|d taps may se|ze |n the c|osed pos|t|on
and thus prevent water reach|ng the mach|ne.
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Connecting the drain hose
Oonnect the dra|n hose,
w|thout bend|ng |t, to a
dra|n|ng duct or a wa||
dra|n s|tuated between
65 and 100 cm from
the f|oor,
The dra|n hose may be
connected to an
under-s|nk trap. Before
connect|ng the dra|n
hose from the mach|ne
ensure that any b|anks
or removab|e ends
have been taken off
the sp|got.
|f |t |s p|ace over the
edge of a bas|n or s|nk
be sure the free end of
the hose shou|d not be
underwater.
We adv|se aga|nst the use of hose extens|ons, |n
case of abso|ute need, the extens|on must have the
same d|ameter as the or|g|na| hose and must not
exceed 150 cm |n |ength.
Ensure that |f the dra|n hose |s pushed |nto a
standp|pe, that the end does not go down more
than 15cms (6 |nches}. |f the hose |s pushed down
too far, th|s may cause the mach|ne to se|f -syphon
|e. cont|nuous|y empty as |t |s f||||ng.
EIectric connection
Before p|ugg|ng the app||ance |nto the ma|ns
socket, make sure that:
º the socket |s earthed and |n comp||ance w|th the
app||cab|e |aw,
º the socket |s ab|e to susta|n the app||ance's
max|mum power |oad |nd|cated |n the Techn|ca|
deta||s tab|e (see oaçe 5¦,
º the supp|y vo|tage |s |nc|uded w|th|n the va|ues |
nd|cated on the Techn|ca| deta||s tab|e
(see oaçe 5¦,
º the socket |s compat|b|e w|th the wash|ng
mach|ne's p|ug. |f th|s |s not the case, rep|ace
the socket or the p|ug.
Your app||ance |s now supp||ed w|th a 13 amp fused
p|ug |t can be p|ugged |nto a 13 amp socket for
|mmed|ate use. Before us|ng the app||ance p|ease
read the |nstruct|ons be|ow.
WAPN|NO - TH|S APP||ANOE MÜST BE EAPTHED.
THE FO||OW|NO OPEPAT|ONS SHOÜ|D BE
OAPP|ED OÜT BY A OÜA||F|ED E|EOTP|O|AN.
|eo|ac|nç ||e /0se.
When rep|ac|ng a fau|ty fuse, a 13 amp ASTA
approved fuse to BS 1362 shou|d a|ways be used,
and the fuse cover re-f|tted. |f the fuse cover |s |ost,
the p|ug must not be used unt|| a rep|acement |s
obta|ned.
Pep|acement fuse covers:
|f a rep|acement fuse cover |s f|tted, |t must be of
the correct co|our as |nd|cated by the co|oured
mark|ng or the co|our that |s embossed |n words on
the base of the p|ug. Pep|acements can be obta|ned
d|rect|y from your nearest Serv|ce Depot.
|emo.|nç ||e o|0ç.
|f your app||ance has a non-rew|reab|e mou|ded p|ug
and you shou|d w|sh to re-route the ma|ns cab|e
through part|t|ons, un|ts etc., p|ease ensure that
e|ther:
the p|ug |s rep|aced by a fused 13 ampere re-
wearab|e p|ug bear|ng the BS| mark of approva|.
or:
the ma|ns cab|e |s w|red d|rect|y |nto a 13 amp cab|e
out|et, contro||ed by a sw|tch, (|n comp||ance w|th
BS 5733} wh|ch |s access|b|e w|thout mov|ng the
app||ance.
D|soos|nç o/ ||e o|0ç.
Ensure that before d|spos|ng of the p|ug |tse|f, you
make the p|ns unusab|e so that |t cannot be
acc|denta||y |nserted |nto a socket.
|nstruct|ons for connect|ng cab|e to an a|ternat|ve p|ug:
|mportant: the w|res |n the ma|ns |ead are co|oured
|n accordance w|th the fo||ow|ng code:
Green & Ye||ow Earth
B|ue Neutra|
Brown L|ve
65 - 100 cm
Where it connects
to the waste water
pipe cut end off
spigot or remove the
bIanking cap
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As the co|ours of the w|res |n the |ead may not
correspond w|th the co|oured mark|ngs |dent|fyng
the term|na|s |n your p|ug, proceed as fo||ows:
Oonnect Oreen & Ye||ow w|re to term|na| marked E
or or co|oured Oreen or Oreen & Ye||ow.
Oonnect Brown w|re to term|na| marked L or
co|oured Ped.
Oonnect B|ue w|re to term|na| marked N or co|oured
B| ack.
|f a 13 amp p|ug (BS 1363} |s used |t must be f|tted
w|th a
13 amp fuse, e|ther |n the p|ug or adaptor or at the
d|str|but|on board.
|f you are |n any doubt the e|ectr|ca| supp|y to your
mach|ne, consu|t a qua||f|ed e|ectr|c|an before use.
How to connect an a|ternat|ve p|ug:
The w|res |n th|s ma|ns |ead are co|oured |n
accordance w|th the fo||ow|ng code:
BLUE NEUTRAL (N|
BROWN LIVE (L|
GREEN & YELLOW EARTH (E|
D|soos|nç o/ ||e aoo||ance.
When d|spos|ng of the app||ance p|ease remove the
p|ug by cutt|ng the ma|ns cab|e as c|ose as poss|b|e
to the p|ug body and d|spose of |t as descr|bed
above.
The wash|ng mach|ne shou|d not be |nsta||ed |n an
outdoor env|ronment, not even when the area |s
she|tered, because |t may be very dangerous to
|eave |t exposed to ra|n and thunderstorms.
When the wash|ng mach|ne |s |nsta||ed, the ma|ns
socket must be w|th|n easy reach.
Do not use extens|ons or mu|t|p|e sockets.
The power supp|y cab|e must never be bent or
dangerous|y compressed.
The power supp|y cab|e must on|y be rep|aced by
an author|sed serv|ceman.
Warn|ng! The company den|es a|| ||ab|||ty |f and when
these norms are not respected.
The first wash cycIe
Once the app||ance has been |nsta||ed, and before
you use |t for the f|rst t|me, run a wash cyc|e w|th
detergent and no |aundry, sett|ng the 90°O
programme w|thout a pre-wash cyc|e.
GREEN &
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
13 ampere fuse
CROSS-BAR
CORD GRIP
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TechnicaI detaiIs
ModeI W|A 121
Dimensions
59.5 cm w|de
85 cm h|gh
52,5 cm deep
Capacity from 1 to 5 kg
EIectric
connections
vo|tage 230/240 vo|ts 50 Hz
max|mum absorbed power 2050 W
Water
connections
max|mum pressure 1 MPa (10 bar}
m|n|mum pressure 0.05 MPa (0.5 bar}
drum capac|ty 46 ||tres
Spin speed up to 1200 rpm
ControI
programmes
according to
IEC456 directive
programme 3, temperature 60°O,
run w|th a |oad of 5 kg.
Th|s app||ance |s comp||ant w|th the
fo||ow|ng European Oommun|ty
D|rect|ves:
- 73/23/OEE of 19/02/73 (|ow
vo|tage} and subsequent amendments
- 89/336/OEE of 03/05/89
(E|ectromagnet|c Oompat|b|||ty} and
subsequent amendments
- 2002/96/OE
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Washing machine description
ControI paneI
Detergent dlsµenser
TEMPERATURE
Knob
PROGRAMMEl
ON-OFF
Knob
Leds
FUNCTION
Buttons
DOOR
LOCK
|ed
Detergent dlsµenser: to add detergent and fabr|c
softener (see oaçe 10¦.
LEDS: to f|nd out the wash cyc|e progress.
FUNCTION buttons: to se|ect the funct|ons
ava||ab|e. The button correspond|ng to the funct|on
se|ected w||| rema|n on.
TEMPERATURE knob: to set the temperature or
the co|d wash cyc|e (see oaçe 9¦.
DOOR LOCK |ed: to f|nd out whether the wash|ng
mach|ne |s on and |f the app||ance door can be
opened (see oaçe 7¦.
STARTlPAUSE button: starts or temporar||y
|nterrupts programmes.
* once ||e o·oç·amme |as s|a·|eo, o·ess|nç |||s
o0||on w||| s|oo ||e c,c|e ano on|, ||e |FD /o· ||e
c,c|e o|ase |n o·oç·ess w||| ||ç|| 0o. //|e· aoo0| 1
m|n0|e ,o0 w||| oe ao|e |o ooen ||e ooo· (w|en ||e
DOO| |OC| |eo sw||c|es o//¦. |/ ||e DOO| |OC|
|eo s|a,s |||, || means ||a| ||e·e |s some|||nç ||a|
neeos |o oe c|ec|eo oe/o·e ||e ooo· |s ooeneo
(e.ç.. ||e·e |s wa|e· |n ||e |0o o· ||e |emoe·a|0·e o/
||e wa|e· |s |oo ||ç|¦.
P·ess|nç ||e o0||on aça|n ·es|a·|s ||e o·oç·amme
/·om ||e oo|n| a| w||c| || was |n|e··0o|eo.
PROGRAMMElON-OFF knob: sets the des|red
programme (see oaçe S¦ and sw|tches the mach|ne
on or off.
The knob stays st||| dur|ng the cyc|e.
STARTl
PAUSE
Button
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DOOR LOCK Ied:
|f th|s |ED |s on, the app||ance door |s |ocked to prevent |t from be|ng opened acc|denta||y, to avo|d any damages,
wa|t for the |ED to f|ash before you open the app||ance door.
The rap|d f|ash|ng of the DOOP |OOK |ed together w|th the f|ash|ng of at |east one other |ED |nd|cates there |s
an abnorma||ty. Oa|| for Techn|ca| Ass|stance (see oaçe 13¦.
Leds
The |EDS prov|de |mportant |nformat|on.
Th|s |s what they can te|| you:
CycIe progress:
Dur|ng the wash cyc|e, the |EDs gradua||y |||um|nate
on to |nd|cate the cyc|e progress:
Prewash/Wash
P|nse
Sp|n cyc|e
Note: dur|ng dra|n|ng, the |ED correspond|ng to the
Sp|n cyc|e phase w||| be turned on.
Function buttons
The FÜNOT|ON BÜTTONS a|so act ||ke |EDS.
When a funct|on |s se|ected, the correspond|ng
button |s |||um|nated.
|f the funct|on se|ected |s |ncompat|b|e w|th the
programme set, the button w||| f|ash and the
funct|on w||| not be enab|ed.
|f you set a funct|on that |s |ncompat|b|e w|th
another funct|on you se|ected prev|ous|y, on|y the
|ast one se|ected w||| be enab|ed.
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Type of fabr|c and degree of so||
Program-
mes
Wash
temperat.
Detergent
Fabr|c
softener
Cyc|e
|ength
(m|nutes|
Descr|pt|on of wash cyc|e
Pre-
wash
Wash
Cotton
Extreme|y so||ed wh|tes
(sheets, tab|ec|oths, etc.}
1 Max º º º 160
Pre-wash, wash cyc|e, r|nse cyc|es,
|ntermed|ate and f|na| sp|n cyc|es
Extreme|y so||ed wh|tes
(sheets, tab|ec|oths, etc.}
2 Max º º 143
Wash cyc|e, r|nse cyc|es, |ntermed|ate
and f|na| sp|n cyc|es
Heav||y so||ed wh|tes and fast
co|ours
3 60°O º º 127
Wash cyc|e, r|nse cyc|es, |ntermed|ate
and f|na| sp|n cyc|es
S||ght|y so||ed wh|tes and de||cate
co|ours (sh|rts, jumpers, etc.}
4 40°O º º 85
Wash cyc|e, r|nse cyc|es, |ntermed|ate
and f|na| sp|n cyc|es
Synthetics
Heav||y so||ed fast co|ours
(baby ||nen, etc.}
5 60°O º º 92
Wash cyc|e, r|nse cyc|es, ant|-crease or
de||cate sp|n cyc|e
Heav||y so||ed fast co|ours
(baby ||nen, etc.}
6 50°O º º 86
Wash cyc|e, r|nse cyc|es, ant|-crease or
de||cate sp|n cyc|e
De||cate co|ours (a|| types of
s||ght|y so||ed garments}
7 40°O º º 76
Wash cyc|e, r|nse cyc|es, ant|-crease or
de||cate sp|n cyc|e
De||cate co|ours (a|| types of
s||ght|y so||ed garments}
8 30°O º º 30
Wash cyc|e, r|nse cyc|es and de||cate
sp|n cyc|e
DeIicates
Woo| 9 40°O º º 50
Wash cyc|e, r|nse cyc|es, ant|-crease
and de||cate sp|n cyc|e
very de||cate fabr|cs
(curta|ns, s||k, v|scose, etc.}
10 30°O º º 52
Wash cyc|e, r|nse cyc|es, ant|-crease or
dra|n|ng cyc|e
PARTIAL PROGRAMMES
P|nse º P|nse cyc|es and sp|n cyc|e
||ght r|nse º P|nse cyc|es, ant|-crease or dra|n|ng
Sp|n Dra|n|ng and heavy duty sp|n cyc|e
||ght sp|n Dra|n|ng and de||cate sp|n cyc|e
Dra|n Dra|n|ng
Starting and Programmes
Programme tabIe
BriefIy: starting a programme
1. Sw|tch on the wash|ng mach|ne by turn|ng the
PPOOPAMME/ON-OFF knob to the des|red
programme.
A|| the |EDS w||| ||ght up for a few seconds and
the DOOP |OOK |ed w||| beg|n to f|ash.
2. |oad your |aundry |nto the wash|ng mach|ne and
shut the app||ance door.
3. Set the wash temperature (see oaçe 9¦.
4. Add the detergent and any fabr|c softener
(see oaçe 10¦.
5. Start he programme by press|ng the STAPT/PAÜSE
button for one second.
|f you want to cance| the cyc|e set, turn the
PPOOPAMME/ON-OFF knob to the pos|t|on
and wa|t for a|| the |EDs to |||um|nate and then
turn off aga|n.
|f another programme |s not se|ected, the DOOP
|OOK |ed w||| rema|n ||t for about 1 m|nute.
6. When the programme |s f|n|shed, the DOOP
|OOK |ed w||| f|ash to |nd|cate that the
app||ance door can be opened. Take out your
|aundry and |eave the app||ance door ajar to a||ow
the drum to dry thorough|y.
Sw|tch the wash|ng mach|ne off by turn|ng the
PPOOPAMME/ON-OFF knob to the pos|t|on.
Notes
For the ant|-crease funct|on, p|ease see oaçe 9. The |nformat|on conta|ned |n the tab|e |s pure|y |nd|cat|ve.
SpeciaI programme
Da||, was| (programme 8 for Synthet|cs} |s des|gned to wash ||ght|y so||ed garments |n a short amount of t|me: |t on|y
|asts 30 m|nutes and a||ows you to save on both t|me and energy. By sett|ng th|s programme (8 at 30°O}, you can
wash d|fferent fabr|cs together (except for woo||en and s||k |tems}, w|th a max|mum |oad of 3 kg.
/e ·ecommeno ||e 0se o/ ||q0|o oe|e·çen|.
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PersonaIisations
Setting the temperature
Turn the TEMPEPATÜPE knob to set the wash temperature (see P·oç·amme |ao|e on oaçe S¦.
The temperature can be |owered, or even set to a co|d wash ( }.
Functions
To enab|e a funct|on:
1. press the button correspond|ng to the des|red funct|on, accord|ng to the tab|e be|ow,
2. the funct|on |s enab|ed when the correspond|ng button |s |||um|nated.
Note: The rap|d f|ash|ng of the button |nd|cates that the correspond|ng funct|on cannot be se|ected for the
programme set.
Funct|on Effect Comments
Enab|ed w|th
programmes.
Rap|d
wash
Outs the durat|on
of the wash cyc|e
by 30%.
1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, 7
Ant|-
crease
Th|s opt|on
reduces the
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creas|ng on
fabr|cs, mak|ng
them eas|er to
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When th|s funct|on |s set, programmes 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 w||| end w|th
the |aundry |eft to soak (Ant|-crease} and the P|nse cyc|e phase
|ED w||| f|ash.
- to conc|ude the cyc|e, press the STAPT/PAÜSE button,
- to run the dra|n|ng cyc|e a|one, set the knob to the re|at|ve
symbo| and press the STAPT/PAÜSE button.
5, 6, 7, 9, 10,
De||cate
R|nse cyc|e.
The mach|ne has an |nte|||gent bu||t |n check for out of ba|ance |oads. To |et protect your mach|ne |t may reduce the
f|na| sp|n speed |f an unba|anced |oad |s detected.
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Detergent dispenser
Oood wash|ng resu|ts a|so depend on the correct
dose of detergent: add|ng too much detergent won't
necessar||y make for a more eff|c|ent wash, and may
|n fact cause bu||d up on the |nter|or of your
app||ance and even po||ute the env|ronment.
Open up the detergent
d|spenser and pour |n
the detergent and fabr|c
softener, as fo||ows.
compartment 1: Detergent for pre-wash
(powderj
compartment 2: Detergent for the wash cycIe
(powder or Iiquidj
||qu|d detergent shou|d on|y be poured |n
|mmed|ate|y pr|or to the wash cyc|e start.
compartment 3: Additives (fabric softeners, etc.j
The fabr|c softener shou|d not overf|ow from the gr|d.
Do not use hand wash detergent because |t may
form too much foam.
Preparing your Iaundry
º D|v|de your |aundry accord|ng to:
- the type of fabr|c/the symbo| on the |abe|.
- the co|ours: separate co|oured garments from
wh|tes.
º Empty a|| pockets and check for |oose buttons.
º Do not exceed the we|ght ||m|ts stated be|ow,
wh|ch refer to the we|ght when dry:
Sturdy fabr|cs: max 5 kg
Synthet|c fabr|cs: max 2.5 kg
De||cate fabr|cs: max 2 kg
Woo|: max 1 kg
How much does your Iaundry weigh?
1 sheet 400-500 g
1 p|||ow case 150-200 g
1 tab|ec|oth 400-500 g
1 bathrobe 900-1,200 g
1 towe| 150-250 g
SpeciaI items
Curtains: fo|d curta|ns and p|ace them |n a p|||ow
case or mesh bag. Wash them separate|y w|thout
exceed|ng ha|f the app||ance |oad. Üse programme
10 wh|ch exc|udes the sp|n cyc|e automat|ca||y.
QuiIted coats and windbreakers: |f they are
padded w|th goose or duck down, they can be
mach|ne-washed. Turn the garments |ns|de out and
|oad a max|mum of 2-3 kg, repeat|ng the r|nse cyc|e
once or tw|ce and us|ng the de||cate sp|n cyc|e.
Trainers: remove any mud. They can be washed
together w|th jeans and other tough garments, but
not w|th wh|tes.
WooI: for best resu|ts, use a spec|f|c detergent,
tak|ng care not to exceed a |oad of 1 kg.
Detergents and Iaundry
1
2
3
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Precautions and advice
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The wash|ng mach|ne was des|gned and bu||t |n
comp||ance w|th the app||cab|e |nternat|ona| safety
regu|at|ons. The fo||ow|ng |nformat|on |s prov|ded for
your safety and shou|d consequent|y be read carefu||y.
GeneraI safety
º Th|s app||ance has been des|gned for non-
profess|ona|, househo|d use and |ts funct|ons must
not be changed.
º Th|s wash|ng mach|ne shou|d on|y be used by
adu|ts and |n accordance w|th the |nstruct|ons
prov|ded |n th|s manua|.
º Never touch the wash|ng mach|ne when barefoot
or w|th wet or damp hands or feet.
º Do not pu|| on the power supp|y cab|e to unp|ug
the app||ance from the e|ectr|c|ty socket. Pu|| the
p|ug out yourse|f.
º Do not open the detergent d|spenser wh||e the
app||ance |s |n operat|on.
º Do not touch the dra|n water as |t cou|d reach
very h|gh temperatures.
º Never force the wash|ng mach|ne door: th|s cou|d
damage the safety |ock mechan|sm des|gned to
prevent any acc|denta| open|ngs.
º |n the event of a ma|funct|on, do not under any
c|rcumstances touch |nterna| parts |n order to
attempt repa|rs.
º A|ways keep ch||dren we|| away from the
app||ance wh||e |n operat|on.
º The app||ance door tends to get qu|te hot dur|ng
the wash cyc|e.
º Shou|d |t have to be moved, proceed w|th the
he|p of two or three peop|e and hand|e |t w|th the
utmost care. Never try to do th|s a|one, because
the app||ance |s very heavy.
º Before |oad|ng your |aundry |nto the wash|ng
mach|ne, make sure the drum |s empty.
DisposaI
º D|spos|ng of the packag|ng mater|a|:
observe |oca| regu|at|ons, so the packag|ng can
be re-used.
º The European D|rect|ve 2002/96/EO on Waste
E|ectr|ca| and E|ectron|c Equ|pment, requ|res that
o|d househo|d e|ectr|ca| app||ances must not be
d|sposed of |n the norma| unsorted mun|c|pa| waste
stream. O|d app||ances must be co||ected
separate|y |n order to opt|m|se the recovery and
recyc||ng of the mater|a|s they conta|n and reduce
the |mpact on human hea|th and the env|ronment.
The crossed out "whee|ed b|n" symbo| on the
product rem|nds you of your ob||gat|on, that when
you d|spose of the app||ance |t must be separate|y
co||ected.
Oonsumers shou|d contact the|r |oca| author|ty or
reta||er for |nformat|on concern|ng the correct
d|sposa| of the|r o|d app||ance.
Saving energy and respecting the
environment
EnvironmentaIIy-friendIy technoIogy
|f you on|y see a ||tt|e water through your app||ance
door, th|s |s because thanks to the |atest |ndes|t
techno|ogy, your wash|ng mach|ne on|y needs |ess
than ha|f the amount of water to get the best resu|ts:
an object|ve reached to respect the env|ronment.
Saving on detergent, water,
energy and time
º To avo|d wast|ng resources, the wash|ng mach|ne
shou|d be used w|th a fu|| |oad. A fu|| |oad |nstead of
two ha|f |oads a||ows you to save up to 50% on energy.
º The pre-wash cyc|e |s on|y necessary on
extreme|y so||ed garments. Avo|d|ng |t w||| save on
detergent, t|me, water and between 5 and 15%
energy.
º Treat|ng sta|ns w|th a sta|n remover or |eav|ng them
to soak before wash|ng w||| cut down the need to
wash them at h|gh temperatures. A programme at
60°O |nstead of 90°O or one at 40°O |nstead of
60°O w||| save up to 50% on energy.
º Üse the correct quant|ty of detergent depend|ng
on the water hardness, how so||ed the garments
are and the amount of |aundry you have, to avo|d
wastage and to protect the env|ronment: desp|te
be|ng b|odegradab|e, detergents do conta|n
|ngred|ents that a|ter the natura| ba|ance of the
env|ronment. |n add|t|on, avo|d us|ng fabr|c
softener as much as poss|b|e.
º |f you use your wash|ng mach|ne from |ate |n the
afternoon unt|| the ear|y hours of the morn|ng, you
w||| he|p reduce the e|ectr|c|ty board's peak |oad.
º |f your |aundry has to be dr|ed |n a tumb|e dryer,
se|ect a h|gh sp|n speed. Hav|ng the |east water
poss|b|e |n your |aundry w||| save you t|me and
energy |n the dry|ng process.
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Care and maintenance
Cutting off the water or eIectricity
suppIy
º Turn off the water tap after every wash. Th|s w|||
||m|t the wear of your app||ance's water system
and a|so prevent |eaks.
º Ünp|ug your app||ance when c|ean|ng |t and
dur|ng a|| ma|ntenance operat|ons.
CIeaning your appIiance
The exter|or and rubber parts of your app||ance can
be c|eaned w|th a soft c|oth soaked |n |ukewarm
soapy water. Do not use so|vents or abras|ves.
CIeaning the detergent dispenser
Pemove the d|spenser
by pu|||ng |t out (see
/|ç0·e¦.
Wash |t under runn|ng
water, th|s operat|on
shou|d be repeated
frequent|y.
Caring for your appIiance door and
drum
º A|ways |eave the app||ance door ajar to prevent
unp|easant odours from form|ng.
CIeaning the pump
The wash|ng mach|ne |s f|tted w|th a se|f-c|ean|ng
pump that does not requ|re any ma|ntenance.
Somet|mes, sma|| |tems (such as co|ns or buttons}
may fa|| |nto the pre-chamber that protects the
pump, s|tuated |n the |ower part of the same.
Make sure the wash cyc|e has ended and unp|ug
the app||ance.
To access the pre-chamber:
1. us|ng a screwdr|ver,
remove the cover pane|
on the |ower front of the
wash|ng mach|ne (see
/|ç0·e¦,
2. unscrew the ||d
rotat|ng |t ant|-
c|ockw|se (see /|ç0·e¦: a
||tt|e water may tr|ck|e
out. Th|s |s perfect|y
norma|,
3. c|ean the |nter|or thorough|y,
4. screw the ||d back on,
5. repos|t|on the pane|, mak|ng sure the hooks are
secure|y |n p|ace before you push |t onto the
app||ance.
Checking the water inIet hose
Oheck the water |n|et hose at |east once a year. |f
you see any cracks, rep|ace |t |mmed|ate|y: dur|ng
the wash cyc|es, water pressure |s very strong and
a cracked hose cou|d eas||y sp||t open.
Never use hoses that have a|ready been used.
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TroubIeshooting
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Your wash|ng mach|ne cou|d fa|| to work. Before ca|||ng for Ass|stance (see oaçe 14¦, make sure the prob|em
can't eas||y be so|ved by consu|t|ng the fo||ow|ng ||st.
ProbIem
The washing machine won't
start.
The washing machine does not
fiII with water.
The machine continuousIy fiIIs
and empties with water.
The washing machine does not
drain or spin.
The washing machine vibrates
too much during the spin cycIe.
The washing machine Ieaks.
The DOOR LOCK Led fIashes
rapidIy at the same time as at
Ieast one other LED.
There is too much foam.
PossibIe causeslSoIution:
º The app||ance |s not p|ugged |nto the socket, or not enough to make contact.
º There has been a power fa||ure.
º The app||ance door |s not shut proper|y.
º The STAPT/PAÜSE button has not been pressed.
NB. |t shou|d be he|d m|n|mum one second.
º The water tap |s not turned on.
º The water |n|et hose |s not connected to the tap.
º The hose |s bent.
º The water tap |s not turned on.
º There |s a water shortage.
º The water pressure |s |nsuff|c|ent.
º The STAPT/PAÜSE button has not been pressed.
º The dra|n hose |s too |ow or too far |n to the stand p|pe (see oaçe 3¦
for correct |nsta||at|on.
º The wa|| dra|nage system doesn't have a standard p|pe (m|n. 38 mm}.
º Some programs have a s|ower f|na| sp|n to taked best care of the
fabr|cs. See oaçe S for deta||s of the f|na| sp|n speed for each program.
º The programme does not foresee the dra|n|ng: some programmes
requ|re enab||ng the dra|n|ng manua||y (see oaçe S¦.
º The Ant| crease f|nct|on |s enab|ed: to comp|ete the programme,
press the STAPT/PAÜSE button (see oaçe 9¦.
º The dra|n hose |s bent (see oaçe 3¦.
º Pemove the dra|n hose from the standp|pe or under-s|nk trap and
check for b|ockages, ensur|ng that the water can dra|n free|y away
from the mach|ne.
º When the mach|ne |s |nsta||ed, the |ock|ng screws for the osc|||at|ng
assemb|y are st||| |n p|ace. Pemove the screws (see oaçe 2¦.
º The wash|ng mach|ne |s not |eve| (see oaçe 2¦.
º The wash|ng mach|ne |s c|osed |n between furn|ture cab|nets and
the wa|| (see oaçe 2¦.
º The water |n|et hose |s not screwed on correct|y (see oaçe 2¦.
º The detergent d|spenser |s obstructed (to c|ean |t, see oaçe 12¦.
º The dra|n hose |s not secured proper|y (see oaçe 3¦.
º Th|s means there |s a prob|em w|th the mach|ne. Before ca|||ng
Ass|stance, p|ease fo||ow the set of |nstruct|ons be|ow:
1. Sw|tch off the mach|ne,
2. Pemove the p|ug connect|ng the app||ance to the ma|ns supp|y
and wa|t for at |east 40 seconds,
3. P|ace the p|ug back |nto the socket,
4. Sw|tch on the mach|ne,
5. |f the prob|em |s st||| ev|dent after th|s process has been carr|ed out,
contact Ass|stance.
º The detergent |s not su|tab|e for mach|ne wash|ng (|t shou|d bear the
def|n|t|on "for wash|ng mach|nes" or "hand and mach|ne wash", or the ||ke}.
º You used too much detergent.
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Before caIIing for Assistance:
º Oheck whether you can so|ve the prob|em on your own (see oaçe 13¦,
º Pestart the programme to check whether the prob|em has been so|ved,
º |f th|s |s not the case, contact an author|sed Techn|ca| Serv|ce Oentre on the te|ephone number
prov|ded on the guarantee cert|f|cate.
|f the mach|ne has been |nsta||ed or used |ncorrect|y, you may be charged for the ma|ntenance ca||out
serv|ce.
A|ways request the ass|stance of author|sed serv|cemen.
Notify the operator of:
º the type of prob|em,
º the app||ance mode| (Mod.},
º the ser|a| number (S/N}.
Th|s |nformat|on can be found on the data p|ate s|tuated on the rear of the wash|ng mach|ne.
Service
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195050324.03
06/2005 - Xerox Bus|ness Serv|ces
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