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WASHING MACHINE INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS INSTALLATIONS-, GEBRAUCHS- UND PFLEGEANLEITUNG FÜR EINE WASCHMASCHINE NÁVOD K INSTALACI POUŽITÍ A ÚDRŽBĚ PRAČKY INSTRUKCJA INSTALACJI, OBSŁUGI I KONSERWACJI PRALKI Ӏ Ӏ Ӏ Ӏ Ӏ Ӏ Ӏ MOSÓGÉP BESZERELÉSI, HASZNÁLATI, ÉS KARBANTARTÁSI ÚTMUTATÓJA MOD. COD. N SER. Pegue, en este emplazamiento, la etiqueta (que se encuentra en la bolsa de los documentos) y cuya imagen se reproduce en este cuadro. EN Page 3 As part of our commitment to constantly improving our products, we reserve the right to make changes to them based on technical advances to their technical and functional features and appearance. Warning : Before installing and using your appliance, please carefully read this Guide to Installation and Use, which will allow you to quickly familiarise yourself with its operation. DE Seite 11 Da wir unsere Produkte ständig verbessern möchten, behalten wir uns das Recht vor, ihre technischen, funktionellen und ästhetischen Merkmale zu verändern, damit sie mit der technischen Weiterentwicklung Schritt halten. Wichtig: Bitte lesen Sie vor der Inbetriebnahme des Gerätes diese Einbau- und Gebrauchsanleitung aufmerksam durch, damit Sie sich sehr rasch mit seinem Betrieb vertraut machen können. CS Straně 19 Ve snaze neustále zlepšovat naše výrobky a přizpůsobovat je vývoji si vyhrazujeme právo změnit jejich technické, funkční a estetické parametry. Důležité : Před prvním uvedením vašeho přístroje do provozu si pečlivě přečtěte tento návod k instalaci a k použití pro rychlejší seznámení se s jeho funkcemi. PL Strona 27 W ramach stałego poprawiania naszych produktów, zastrzegamy sobie prawo do wprowadzania zmian rozwojowych w ich charakterystyce technicznej, funkcjonalnej lub estetyce. Ważna uwaga: Przed uruchomieniem urządzenia, należy uważnie przeczytać instrukcję instalacji i obsługi, aby zapoznać się jak najszybciej z jego działaniem. RU. 35. :,. HU Oldal 43 Termékeink állandó fejlesztése érdekében, fenntartjuk a jogot, hogy a fejlődéshez kapcsolódó technikai, működési vagy esztétikai jellemzőket megváltoztassuk. Fontos: Mielőtt használná a mosógépet, figyelmesen olvassa el ezt az üzembehelyezési és használati utasítást. Így gyorsabban megismeri a gép működését. 2 1 / INTRODUCTION TO YOUR MACHINE CONTENTS Page Removing the transport packing Moving your machine Connecting to the cold water supply Draining away the waste water Connecting to the electricity supply Installing your machine Loading your washing Loading the washing products EN Page Programming Details of the programmes and options Modifying a washing programme Automatic safety systems Cleaning the pump filter Maintaining your machine Incidents that may arise Messages indicated by the various lights flashing SAFETY ADVICE This machine is only for domestic use and is designed to wash, rinse and spin machine-washable textiles. You must observe the following instructions. We refuse to accept any liability and the guarantee if you do not observe these recommendations since this could result in damage to equipment or physical injury. The machine must only be used in accordance with its normal method of operation in order to avoid damaging your washing and your machine. Only use washing and maintenance products certified for use in domestic washing machines. If you pre-treat your washing with stain removers, solvents or, in general, any inflammable or potentially highly explosive product, do not insert them into the machine immediately. Furthermore, you are also recommended not to use solvents or products in aerosol cans near to your washing machine or any electrical appliance in general in a poorly ventilated room (risk of fire and explosion). If any incidents occur and you cannot resolve them using the remedies we recommend (see the section INCIDENTS THAT MAY ARISE ), call in a qualified professional. If you have to open your machine during a cycle (for example, to add or remove washing), depending on the stage the programme is at (during washing essentially), be careful of the temperature inside the machine, which may be very high (risk of severe burns). When making a new installation, the machine must be connected to the water supply with a new hose: the old hose must not be re-used. Do not let children play with the machine and keep your pets away from it. You must immediately make any obsolete machine unusable. Disconnect and cut off the power cable flush with the machine. Close the water tap and remove the hose. Disable the door lock. If there is a risk of frost, disconnect the water hose and drain off any water that may remain in the drain hose by placing this as low as possible in a bowl. SAVING ENERGY Only programme a prewash when it is absolutely necessary: for example, for very dirty sports or working clothes, etc. A low temperature programme is sufficient for impeccable washing results when your washing is only slightly or moderately dirty. For washing that is only slightly dirty, select a short washing cycle ( Rapid, Express or Flash, depending on the model). Use the right amount of washing products for the hardness of the water, the amount of washing and how dirty it is and follow the instructions on the detergent packs. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION This appliance s packaging material is recyclable. Help recycle it and protect the environment by dropping it off in the municipal receptacles provided for this purpose. Your appliance also contains a great amount of recyclable material. It is marked with this label to indicate the used appliances that should not be mixed with other waste. This way, the appliance recycling organised by your manufacturer will be done under the best possible conditions, in compliance with European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. Contact your town hall or your retailer for the used appliance collection points closest to your home. We thank you doing your part to protect the environment. DESCRIPTION OF YOUR MACHINE D 1 D 2 A A Control panel Handle for opening the lid (remains locked during the cycle) Lever for raising the machine on castors (depending on the model) Drain hose Cross clamp Water supply hose (not connected) Power supply cable 3 EN 2 / INSTALLING YOUR MACHINE REMOVING THE TRANSPORT CLAMPS Before using the machine in any way, you must first perform the following operations. These comprise removing all the components designed to immobilise the drum in your machine during transport. These so-called releasing operations are necessary for your machine to operate correctly and to conform to the prevailing safety standards. If they are not carried out completely, this could cause severe damage to your machine while it is operating. Remove the washing machine from its plinth (check that the wedge A supporting the motor is not still inserted in the machine) (Diagram D3) Remove the 4 screws with a screwdriver (Diagram D4) Remove the cross clamp by removing the 2 screws (Diagram D5) using a 10 or 13mm spanner (depending on the model). (Ensure that you remove the two plastic braces fixed on the cross clamp at the same time as the clamp itself). Replace the screws in their initial positions. Warning: You must block off the two holes using the hole covers provided (supplied in the accessories bag) (Diagram D6) Remove the drum-tank assembly locking wedge (Diagram D7). To do this: - Lift the lid on the machine - Remove wedge - Remove wedge by turning it a quarter turn - Release the drum doors, locked in the lower position, by pressing down on both eaves simultaneously. Warning: Remove the pipe support collars You must block off the holes revealed with the hole covers supplied in the accessories bag (Diagram D8). Advice: We would recommend that you keep all the locking components since these must be refitted if you must subsequently transport your machine again. Information: Your machine has been scrupulously checked before it left the factory. You may therefore notice a little water still remaining in the tank or the products box. MOVING YOUR MACHINE Mounting it on castors If your machine is equipped with removable castors, you will be able to move it quite easily. To mount it on castors, swivel the lever on the bottom of the machine from the right to the far left (Diagram D9). The machine must not rest on the front castors while it is operating: remember to return the lever to its initial position. CONNECTING TO THE COLD WATER SUPPLY Connect the supply hose (Diagram D10) : At one end to the connection on the back of the machine On the other end to a tap fitted with a threaded end 20mm dia. x 27 (3/4 BSP). If you use a self-piercing tap, the useful aperture must have a minimum diameter of 6mm. Water supply: - Minimum water pressure: 0.1 MPa or 1 bar - Maximum water pressure: 1 MPa or 10 bars Replacing a water supply hose When replacing the hose, ensure that the hose is tightly fastened and that there is a seal at both ends. DRAINING AWAY THE WASTE WATER Fit the hose bracket provided inside your machine to the end of the drain hose and then connect the hose (Diagram D11) : Either, temporarily, over a sink or a bathtub. Or permanently to a ventilated U-bend. If your installation does not have a ventilated U-bend, check that the connection is not sealed. In fact, to avoid any waste water flowing back into the machine, you are strongly recommended to leave an air gap between the machine s drain hose and the drainpipe. In any case, the drain hose bracket must be placed at a height of 65 to 90cm higher than the base of the machine. Ensure that the drain hose is tied firmly in place with cord to avoid the bracket coming loose during draining and causing a flood. The waste water can be drained away to the ground provided that the drain hose passes through a point 65 to 90cm higher than the base of the machine (Diagram D12). D 3 D 4 D 5 D 7 D 8 D 9 F b G 2 a b2 A D 10 D 11 D 12 3/4 2 D 6 a 10 mm 4 3 / PREPARING YOUR WASHING AND YOUR MACHINE EN CONNECTING TO THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY For your safety, you must comply with the instructions below. Before connecting your machine, you must ensure that your installation s electrical characteristics match those of your machine (see the details provided on the information plate affixed to the back of the machine). The electrical installation must comply with the prevailing standards and the Electricity Board s regulations in the country concerned, particularly as regards Earthing and installation in shower rooms. We cannot be held responsible for any incident caused by the machine being incorrectly earthed. Advice: Advice on the electrical installation of your machine Do not use an extension lead, adapter or multiple socket. Never cut out the Earth wire. The socket must be readily accessible but out of the reach of children. If in any doubt, please contact your installer. Your machine conforms to European Directives EEC/73/23 (Low Voltage Directive) and EEC/89/336 (Electromagnetic Compatibility) as modified by Directive EEC/93/68.. INSTALLING YOUR MACHINE If you are installing your machine next to another machine or a unit, we recommend that you leave a gap between them to allow for air circulation. Advice: We also strongly recommend that you do NOT: Install your machine in a damp, poorly ventilated room. Install your machine in an area where it could be subject to water splashes. Install your machine on a carpeted floor. If you cannot avoid doing this, please take every precaution to avoid blocking air circulation at the bottom of the machine in order to ensure that the internal components are well ventilated. Levelling the machine: Use a spirit level to check that the floor is horizontal: maximum slope 2, i.e. a discrepancy of approximately 1cm over the width and of 1.5cm over the depth of the machine. Adjustable feet Some machines are fitted with two adjustable feet at the front to enable you to compensate for any unevenness in the floor. Proceed as follows to adjust the feet to level and stabilize your machine: Set the machine on its castors (or tilt it slightly backwards if it does not have retractable castors) Screw in or unscrew the feet to adjust the height to suit the shape of the floor (Diagram D13) Set the machine back on its feet and check that it is stable. TEXTILE MAINTENANCE CODES Washing : Never exceed the indicated temperatures Use of cold diluted bleach possible: cl Iron: Low Medium High Dry clean: mineral spirit perchlorethylene all solvents NB: A crossed-out code indicates that it is forbidden LOADING YOUR WASHING Perform these actions in the following order: Open the machine Check that the Programme selector is correctly positioned on O. Depending on the model, lift the opening handle or press the push button on the front of the machine. The lid will open. Open the drum by pressing the button on the front door. Insert your washing For optimum washing performance, place your washing, preferably sorted and folded, in the drum, distributing it evenly without heaping it up. Mix large and small items to obtain an optimum, well-balanced spin. Close the drum Ensure that the drum is correctly closed. Check that the three hooks and the border of the button are fully visible. LOADING THE WASHING PRODUCTS (Diagram D14) The WASH container may contain powder or liquid but liquid detergent should not be used for programmes WITH Prewash and/or WITH Delayed Start (depending on the model). Concentrated softener should be diluted with warm water. Concentrated bleach must be diluted. To fill the product containers correctly, place the lid fully open. Do not exceed the MAX level. Dispensing the detergent The amount of detergent to be used depends on the hardness of the water, the extent to which your washing is soiled and the amount of washing to be washed. Please refer to the dosing instructions on your pack of detergent. Warning: in most cases, the detergent manufacturer s recommendations apply to the drum filled to the maximum. Adjust the dosage correctly to the weight of the washing you have placed in the machine. These recommendations will help you to avoid using too much detergent, which causes foam to be produced. Too much foam can reduce your machine s performance and increase the length of the washing cycle and the consumption of water. Detergents for woollens and delicate fabrics You are recommended to use an appropriate detergent for washing these fabrics (avoid placing such detergents directly on the drum because they have an aggressive action on the metal). Before your first wash Before making your first wash, we recommend that you carry out a COTTON 90 wash without pre-wash and with no washing in the drum, using a 1/2 measure of your usual detergent in order to eliminate any residues from manufacturing that may remain in your machine. STANDARD COMPARISON TESTING PROGRAMME Cotton 60 C - 5 kg - no options max spin. To comply with the statement on the label, the tests are conducted in accordance with European Directive 92/75/EEC at nominal capacity, ensuring complete use of the CEI detergent from the start of the washing phase. D 13 D 14 ➀ ➁ ➂ ➃ ➀ Pre-wash container (powder) ➁ Wash container (powder or liquid) ➂ Softener ➃ cl Bleach : POWDERED DETERGENT : LIQUID DETERGENT 5 EN 4 / PROGRAMMING YOUR MACHINE PROGRAMMING Nature of the washing and Cycle progress Start/Pause the temperature 1 A 5 Information: All the buttons are on microswitches and do not remain depressed. In any case, the Start/Pause button cannot cancel a programme. Spin speed setting 2 3 Delayed start setting (depending on the model) 4 Options Before starting your machine, check that the power cable is plugged in and the water tap is open. Also ensure that the drum doors are closed correctly and the machine s lid is shut. During the End of Cycle phase, any action on one of the controls (the selectors or the buttons) returns you to Programming mode. As a safety measure, when the cycle is over, we recommend that you unplug the power cable and turn off the water tap. Programming a washing cycle: Turn the selector 1 to choose the most suitable programme and washing temperature for the type of fabric to be washed. NB: Turning the selector to any position other than O provides power to the machine. Using the selector 2, choose: - Either a suitable spin speed for your type of washing. The spin speed is automatically restricted in the Delicates, Woollens and Hand wash programmes. - Or drip dry. The cycle will finish with a gentle spin at 100 rpm. - Or stop with tub full of water. Your machine will stop with the tub full of water before the final spin. Use the buttons 4 to select any options you wish. Select immediate start by pressing Start/Pause Or use the selector 3 (depending on the model) to select starting delayed by 1 to 19 hours and then press Start/Pause 5. Indicator lights and position of the selectors Wash light flashing (If you have selected rinse only or spin only, it is the Rinse/Spin light that flashes Selector 2 on - Position 600 for example - Position Position Light(s) for the option(s) selected Wash light permanently lit (The lights A illuminate in succession to show which phase the cycle is at) The lights A flash in succession until the cycle effectively starts Adding or removing an item during the cycle (impossible during spin): Press the Start/Pause button 5 to interrupt the cycle. Light A flashing Add or remove the items of laundry*. Press the Start/Pause button 5 to restart the cycle. Light A permanently lit (*) The lid may take 1-2 minutes to unlock. NB: If you have selected a delayed start, you can access the drum instantly at any time in the period before the washing cycle starts without having to interrupt and restart the cycle. Cancelling while programming, washing or during a pause: Set the selector 1 to the O position. Selector 1 set to O This can be done at any time during the cycle or during programming, or even during a pause. All the lights unlit NB : - In all cases, after cancelling you must reprogramme everything from the start. - If you have cancelled during the washing phase, remember to empty the water, if necessary. End of the cycle: NB: After spinning, some models automatically position the drum opening at the top to provide easy access to the washing. This operation lasts at most 3 minutes. Then, the STOP light comes on permanently, indicating that the cycle is over. Set the selector 1 to the O position. You can now open the lid and remove your washing. The STOP light is permanently lit For more details on the various functions, please refer to the sections DETAILS OF THE PROGRAMMES and DETAILS OF THE OPTIONS . Information : After a power failure, when the power is restored, the washing cycle automatically resumes at the point where it was interrupted. 6 4 / PROGRAMMING YOUR MACHINE EN Maintaining your machine s performance (Maintaining the pump filter): You must clean the drain pump filter regularly (for how to do this, see the section CLEANING THE PUMP FILTER ). Your machine s performance can be affected if you do not clean the pump filter regularly. SOME EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMMES To select the most suitable programme for your type of washing, follow the instructions on the labels that most textiles bear. Programmes table 100 Type of textile Temperature ( C) Max. load (kg) Cycle length * h = hour min = minute Prewash Anti creasing Extra rinse Drip-dry Full drum stop COTTON / WHITES COLOUREDS / SYNTHETICS DELICATES WOOLLENS Special programmes HAND WASH RAPID 30 Additional programmes RINSE only SPIN only : These functions can be used alone or in combinations: no illogical combinations can be made. * The cycle times are provided for an average value without options. They may vary according to the wash load, the temperature, etc. If you programme a Prewash, you must add 18 to 2
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