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PDF Content Summary: User EN Manual WASHING User Manual MACHINE W1249CF2S - W1249CF2B - W1249CF2W Service Helpline: 0333 577 7238 CONTENTS 2 CHAPTER-1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE • Correct Usage 4-5 • General warnings 6-7-8-9 • Safety warnings 10-11-12-13-14-15 • Packaging and Environment 16 • Savings Information 17 CHAPTER-2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE • General Appearance 18-19 • Specifications 20 CHAPTER-3: INSTALLATION • Removing transportation safety screws 21 • Adjusting Adjustable Stays 22-23-24 • Electrical connection 25 • Water inlet hose connection 26-27 • Water discharge connection 28 CHAPTER-4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL 29 • Detergent drawer 30-31 • Programme knob 32 • Electronic display 33-34 CONTENTS 3 CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING • Separating laundries 35-36 • Putting laundries in the machine 37 • Adding detergent into machine 38 • Operating your machine 39-40-41

• Auxiliary Functions 42-43-44-45-46-47-48-49 • Child lock 50 • Cancelling programme 51 • Finishing programme 52 CHAPTER-6: PROGRAM TABLE 53-54-55-56-57-58-59-60 CHAPTER-7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE • Warning 61 • Water inlet filters 62 • Pump filter 63-64 • Detergent drawer 65 CHAPTER-8: FLUSH STOPPER / BODY / DRUM 66 CHAPTER-9: TROUBLESHOOTING 67-68-69-70-71 CHAPTER-10: AUTOMATIC FAULT WARNINGS AND WHAT TO BE DONE 72 CHAPTER-11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION 73-74-75-76 • How to read the energy label and saving energy 77-78 • Disposal of your old machine 79 4 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (CORRECT USAGE) • Definitely read the user’s manual. • Your machine is designed to be used domestically. Commercial use will cause your warranty to be cancelled. • Keep your pets away from your machine. • Please check the packaging of your machine before installation, and the outer surface af- ter the package is opened. Do not operate damaged machines or machines with opened package. • Have your machine installed only by author- ized service. Any interference to your machine by anyone other than authorized services shall cause your warranty to be void. • The appliance is not intended for use by people (including children) with reduced phys- ical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instruction concern- ing use of the appliance by a person responsi- ble for their safety. Children should be super- vised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. 5 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (CORRECT USAGE) • Use your machine only for laundries that have been specified as suitable for washing by the manufacturer. • Before operating the washing machine, remove the 4 transportation screws and rubber spacers from the back of the ma- chine. If the screws are not removed, it may cause heavy vibration, noise and product malfunction, (voiding the guaran- tee). • Your machine is not covered under warranty for faults caused by any kind of external fac- tors (pesticides, fire, etc.). • Please do not throw away this user manual; keep it for future reference. You or somebody else might need it in the future. Note: Machinery specifications may vary de- pending on the product purchased.

CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (GENERAL WARNINGS) 6

• machine’s The necessary ideal operation ambient temperature is 15-25°. for your • where perature electronic Frozen temperature might hoses card. endanger can is tear below and the zero, explode. safe ambient operation In regions tem- of • in stances etc.) can Please your damage in machine their (nail, ensure pockets. your needle, that do machine. not the These coins, contain clothes foreign lighter, any you foreign matches, substances will place sub- clip • call free-of-charge use Before the of your nearest starting machine. help authorized to use for installation, your service machine, and operation you request may and • washing and of detergent It detergent is without recommended operation drawer. laundry in 2nd in compartment to by 90 ̊ perform inserting Cotton the programme 1⁄2 of first scale the

CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (GENERAL WARNINGS) 7 • long gent beginning As detergent time or softener may of every cause or in softener the washing. residues, detergent exposed put drawer your to air deter- at for the a • and your Also, prevent midity. It is close machine advised leaving the the formation the that water for door a you long inlet of of unplug time. bad your tap if odors machine your you will machine due not will to hu- use • after Quality This Some will the Control water not trials damage might and procedures. tests be your left conducted machine. in your machine due to • machine the dren priately. Remember packaging cannot may reach that be materials dangerous packaging or dispose in a for materials place of children. them where appro- of your Keep chil- • part bies. Keep away the from small the parts reach found of children in the document and ba- • laundry. Use pre-wash programs only for very dirty CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (GENERAL WARNINGS) 8 • partment running. Never open when the the detergent appliance com- is • the the by thorized In yourself, appliance tap case off. service of Do any always first not breakdown, advice. and attempt contact then to for turn unplug repair au- • your exceed cated. The washing amount the maximum machine of laundry amount should you put indi- not in • when Never the force machine the door is running. to open • machine Do machine. Washing not wash damages floury floury clothes the clothes machine. in your in your

9 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (GENERAL WARNINGS) • Please adhere to detergent/fabric condition- er manufacturers’ advice regarding the use of fabric conditioner or similar products in your machine. • Set up your machine in a place where its door can be completely opened. (Do not set up your machine in places where its door can- not be fully opened.) • Set up your machine at locations that can be fully ventilated and could have constant air circulation. 1010 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) You must read these warnings. You can thus protect yourself and your beloved ones against fatal injuries and risks. DANGER OF GETTING BURNT! Do not touch discharging hose and water during discharging as the appliance may reach high temperatures when running. 1111 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) DEATH RISK DUE TO ELECTRICAL CURRENT! • Do not use multiple receptacles or extension cord. • Do not plug in damaged plug sockets • Never pull the cable when un- plugging – always grip the plug itself. • Do not plug-in or out the plug from the receptacle with wet hands to prevent electrocution! • Never touch the machine with wet hands or feet. • Call the nearest authorized ser- vice for a replacement if the power cord malfunctions. 12 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) 12 Flooding risk! • fore Check placing whether the discharge the water hose runs on fast the or sink. not be- • slipping Take necessary of your hose. measures to prevent the • placed Prevent blocking The backfiring appropriately the the stopper sink force hole. inside can of a displace hose your that sink the is from hose. not

CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) 1313 Danger of Fire! • machine. Do not keep inflammable liquids near your • might never machine. The sulphure cause use paint-removing corrosion. content of For paint materials this removers reason, in your • material chine. Never use (like products washing that gas) contain in your solvent ma- • your matches chine. Remove laundries etc.) all the when (needle, objects placing paperclip, in the them pockets your lighter, ma- of Fire and Explosion risk may occur. CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) 14 Fall and injury hazard! • ble get Do of injured. not your climb machine on your may machine. break and The you upper might ta- • machine over Tidy and the during fall. hose, installation. cable and packaging You might of trip your • on Do its not side. turn your machine upside down, or • extruding These injured. Do not parts lift parts your might (detergent machine break and by drawer, holding cause door). you it from to get • materials erly There’s stored the like after risk hose your of and tripping machine cables and is are injury installed. not if prop- the Machine 2 people must or more. be carried by

CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) 1515 Child safety! • machine. into Do the not machine leave Children children and might death unattended lock risk themselves might near occur. the up • extremely operates. machine skins Door of glass children. might Thus, hot and while give especially surface your damage machine might touching to the be the • Keep packaging material away from children. • maintenance eyes into materials Poisoning contact or the away skin might with materials from might the occur skin. the be are if reach irritated Keep the consumed, detergent of the children. if cleaning they and and come CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE PACKAGING AND ENVIRONMENT 1616 Removal of packaging materials Packaging from transportation. vironment Recycling rial tion. savings any damage material friendly materials and Packaging decreases that as provides protect they might materials are waste both your occur recyclable. raw machine produc- during are mate- en- Disposal of old machine Electrical might So, that never you still do or contain throw not electronical use away salvagable into your the old old waste. devices parts. devices Ensure or them related electrical to authorities. that the gathering the devices parts are of centres your reused old foreseen by electronic giving by Please kept ty the of house. in children ensure an appropriate until your they old place appliances are taken for the outside are safe-

1717 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE SAVINGS INFORMATION Some important information to get more effi- ciency out of your machine: • The amount of laundry you put in your wash- ing machine should not exceed the maximum amount indicated. By this way, your machine shall run in saving mode. • Not using the pre-wash feature for little and normal-dirty laundry shall save electricity and water. 1818 CHAPTER -2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE GENERAL APPEARANCE Electronic display Programme knob Upper Tray Detergent drawer Container Cover of pump filter 19 CHAPTER -2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE GENERAL APPEARANCE 19 Transportation Safety Screw Water Inlet Valve Discharging Hose Power Cable Transportation Safety Screw Transportation Safety Screw Transportation Safety Screw 2020 CHAPTER -2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Operating voltage / frequency (V/Hz) Total current (A) Water pressure Total power (W) Maximum dry laundry capacity (kg) Spinning revolution (rev / min) Programme number Dimensions (Height x Width x Depth) (mm) (220-240) V~/50Hz 10 Maximum: 1 Mpa Minimum : 0.1 Mpa 2100 71200 15845 x 597 x 527

CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE REMOVING TRANSPORTATION SAFETY SCREWS X4 X42121 Before ing transportation rubber back screws may noise tion, machine, cause (voiding of and spacers operating are the product not heavy machine. remove the screws removed, from guarantee). the vibration, malfunc- the wash- If the and the 4 it For tion loosened counter-clockwise appropriate this safety reason, by screws wrench. being transporta- shall using rotated be an in CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (REMOVING TRANSPORTATION SAFETY SCREWS) X4 2222 Transportation shall ing out. be removed screws by pull- Fit tion in palces tion removed. accessories the screw screws plastic where taps have transporta- transporta- bag delivered been to the The screws to transportation. be transportation used should in case be stored safety of NOTE: You should absolutely remove the transportation screws of your machine the first usage. before Faults occurring in the machines operated with transportation screw be out fitted of scope shall of warranty. CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (ADJUSTING ADJUSTABLE STAYS) 2323 Adjusting Adjustable Stays

• that Do would not install prevent your the machine ventilation on a of carpet its base. or such grounds • chine, To ensure it should silent be and deployed vibration-free on a non-sliding operation and of your firm ma- ground. • stays. You can adjust the balance of your machine through the • Loosen the plastic adjustment nut. CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (ADJUSTING ADJUSTABLE STAYS)X4 2424 • Adjust the stays upward and downward by rotating them. • ment After nut maintaining upward again. the balance, compress the plastic adjust- CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (ADJUSTING ADJUSTABLE STAYS) 25 • your tions Never machine on put the cardboard, ground. if you are wood intending or suchlike to stabilize materials the distor- under • be When careful cleaning not to disorder the ground, stays on stabilization. which your machine rests, CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (ELECTRICAL CONNECTION) 2626 • 50Hz. Your washing machine is set to 220-240V and • equipped should 10 The amps. mains always The with cord current a be specific of inserted your value earthed washing to of a the earthed plug. machine fuse This should socket is plug of be 10 amps. Fuse should tacle qualified and current also electrician. fuse be value confirming 10 amperes. of the power with If you this, line don’t please connected have have such to it done this a recep- plug by a • cur We due do to not ungrounded take the responsibility usage. of the damages that oc- NOTE: low your performance voltage machine Operating will to to be cause be your restricted. reduced the machine life and cycle under its of

CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (WATER INLET HOSE CONNECTION) 3/4” 2727 • (cold) specifications. White-capped water (applicable Your inlet or machine double and for hose machines red-capped may water should have inlets with either be hose (cold/hot) double connected a to single hot water based water inlet to inlets). cold on inlet its • 1 plicable Fit on To or these the eliminate 2 nuts side for nuts are machines of water to faucet. provided the leakages ends with in of double the new in hose points water water package of inlet inlets). contact, hoses (ap- • faucet. Mount new water inlet hoses to a 3⁄4 ̋, threaded • hoses rear red-filtered ble Tighten hand. In be Connect uncertain done water side to plastic by the of inlets). the one a the conditions, white-filtered qualified white-elbow parts machine (applicable of plumber. the have and water end junctions for the the machines of inlet red-elbow connection the using valve water with your on end inlet works dou- the to • allow (0,1 of one Flow water minute.) Mpa your of will water pressure machine flow with through means to pressure operate a that fully-tapped of more more 0,1-1 efficiently.) than Mpa faucet 8 will litres per • ping the Ensure connections. the faucet that points completely of contact after do carrying not leak making by tap- CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (WATER INLET HOSE CONNECTION) 2828 • ken, Ensure crushed that and the new resized. water inlet hoses are not bent, bro- • ture If your of hot machine water inlet has should double be hot maximum water inlets, 70°C. the tempera- Note: coming water Never let hoses. Use inlet use with only old, connections your used the machine new or damaged water of your while inlet machine. making water hose in- CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (WATER DISCHARGE CONNECTION) ~ 95 cm ~ 140 cm ~ 145 cm ~ 95 cm 2929 • fitted tached outlet The to end joint to a specific dirty of of water the water basin apparatus discharge discharge elbow. directly hose hole can or at- be • charge Never hose attempt by jointing. to extend the water dis- • chine Do not in a put vessel, discharging bucket hose or sink. of your ma- • does tended. Make not sure Please bend, that buckle, note: the water be crushed discharge or hose ex- • at 100 The a height cm water from of drain the minimum ground. hose should 60 cm, be maximum mounted ̃ ̃ 95 cm 150 cm

3030 CHAPTER-4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL Detergent drawer Programme knobDisplay Panel 3131 CHAPTER -4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL (DETERGENT DRAWER) You determination want liquid your programs Place aparatus compartment inside detergent the recommended detergent producers). Do use do powder not not detergent only can liquid to detergent. the the use exceed wash detergent use for in liquid without drawer by machine) detergents this the liquid the detergent your (which amount. plate amount the aparatus second detergent You liquid prewashing. detergent, and (*) laundry MAX when of is can and in take level the (Use available of level, all for use set liquid you with it the out.) Liquid Detergent Apparatus Main wash detergent compartment Softener Compartment Pre-wash detergent compartment Powder detergent level stages Powder detergent spade (*) (*) uct Machinery purchased. specifications may vary depending on the prod- CHAPTER -4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL (DETERGENT DRAWER) 32 SECTIONS Main compartment: wash detergent In detergent and You your this such can machine compartment, find can (liquid the be at first liquid or used. powder), installation. only detergent materials lime aparatus (*) preventer like inside Fabric compartment: conditioner, starch, detergent You (recommended is conditioners in conditioner more to then recommended). this be can used. used viscous compartment. use or is you softener the not liquid amount use softener viscous. Sometimes softeners The for for and your your reason could To type prevent laundry are laundry the be for by recommended fabric thinned this the this mar producer is situation, remain that and the Pre-wash detergent compartment: This when the Pre-wash very laundry. pre-wash compartment dirty feature feature is must recommended is selected. only be used for (*) purchased. Machinery specifications may vary depending on the product 33 CHAPTER -4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL (PROGRAM KNOB) • laundry You can in select through the programme programme knob. you want to wash your • ing You the may programme set the programme knob in both selection directions. operation by rotat- • gramme Ensure you that want the programme to select. knob is exactly on the pro- Rapid 15 ́ Cotton 90 ̊C Daily 60 ́ Cotton Shirts Cotton 60 ̊C Mix Cotton 40 ̊C Sport Eco 20 ̊C Hand Wash Delicate Easy Care Spin Rinse Wool CHAPTER-4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL (ELECTRONIC DISPLAY) Display Panel Additional Function Leds Start/Pause button Auxiliary function button 2 Auxiliary function button 1 34 Washing Spinning Rinsing Wash 3h60° Rinse 6h40° Spin 9h30° End 12h Delay Temp.Ironing Easy Start/Pause Finished Temperature selection adjustment Delayed start auxiliary function 35 CHAPTER-4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL (ELECTRONIC DISPLAY) On the display panel, you can see the washing delay timer of your machine, temperature selection of your machine, the auxiliary functions you have selected and the stage of the programme you are running on your machine ( pre wash/ wash state, rinsing stage, wringing stage). Furthermore, electronic display will warn you by means of led combinations that will turn on its display when a fault oc- curs on your machine and notify you of the completion of the washing programme by revealing expression of “Finished” on the display as soon as the washing programme you have selected has finished as well. 3636 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (SEPARATING LAUNDRIES)

• Your laundry has product labels on them that specifiy their specifications. Wash or dry your laundry according to the specifciations on the product label. • Separate your laundries according to their types (cotton, synthetic, sensitive, wool etc.), their temperatures (cold, 30°, 40°, 60°, 90°) and degree of contamination (slightly stained, stained, highly stained). • Never wash your coloured and white laundry together. • Wash your coloured laundries separately in the first washing as they may bleed. • Ensure that there are no metallic materials on your laundries or in the pockets; if so, take them up. CAUTION: WARNING: Faults that will emerge in case of penetration of foreign substances into your machine are not included within the scope of warranty. • Zip up and button up your laundries. • Remove the metallic or plastic hooks of tulle curtains or curtains or place them in a washing net or bag and then muzzle them. • Reverse textiles such as pants, knitwear, t-shirt and sweat suit. • Wash socks, handkerchief and suchlike small laundries in a washing net. DGVDSHSFHSDGVDSHSFHSDGVDSHSFHSDGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHSDGVDSHSFHSDGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHSDGVDSHSFHSDGVDSHSFHSDGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS

3737 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (SEPARATING LAUNDRIES) Whitening available No whitening Normal washing Ironing temperature Ironing temperature is maximum 150°C is maximum 200°C No ironing Dry cleaning available No dry cleaning Leave on a flat place Hang when wet Dry by hanging Drying by twirling is not allowed F P A Dry cleaning in gas oil, pure alcohol and R113 is allowed Perchloroethylene R11, R13, Petroleum Perchlorinetyhlene R11, R113, Gas oil

CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (PUTTING LAUNDRIES IN THE MACHINE) LAUNDRY TYPE WEIGHT (gr) 200 500 1200 700 200 100 250 3838 • Open the door of your machine. • Spread your laundries in your machine. NOTE: capacity laundry of you maximum indicated washing contamination have Note: type may programmes. chosen. in dry the Maximum you vary loading programme will and Do based wash, not the capacity loading on exceed programme degree table the for You can take the following table of weights as an example. Towel Linen Bathrobe Quilt cover Pillow slip Underwear Tablecloth • Put each item of laundry separately. • and machine. Ensure bellow that seal no when laundry closing is stuck the between door of your the cover click • locking Push the sound door to of close your it. machine until hearing the • your Close machine the door will of not your start machine the washing properly, operation. otherwise CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (ADDING DETERGENT INTO MACHINE) 3939

The depend amount on the of following detergent criteria: you will put in your machine will • contamination stained the Your 2nd detergent laundries compartment of utilization your and of put laundries. the your will detergent be slight Do based not amount drawer. prewash on the of degree detergent your less of in • cluding the drawer ment. For detergent your while prewashing, much putting drawer stained and the in the remaining laundries, put 1st 1⁄4 of compartment the select 3⁄4 detergent of it a into programme of 2nd the you compart- detergent will in- put in • your laundries Use machine. detergents is printed The produced amount on the detergent for of detergent automatic package. you washing will use machine for your in • detergent The higher you the will degree use. of hardness of the water the more • the The amount amount of of your the laundries detergent increase. you will use will increase as • gent tener Put drawer. the will softener flow Do into not in washing exceed the softener water the MAX compartment through level. flushing. Otherwise, in the deter- sof- • degree softener Softeners before will with clog being high the put flush density in and the are drawer. avoid required the Because flow to be of thinned the high-density softener. to a • prewashing. cessories into amount plate. You 2nd can Remember of compartment use bag liquid For your or detergent this, the to liquid detach liquid fit of liquid the detergents according detergent the detergent detergent liquid in apparatus to detergent drawer all the level programs levels plate and (*) plate. on in set without this the the ac- (*)Machinery uct purchased. specifications may vary depending on the prod- 4040 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (OPERATING YOUR MACHINE) • Plug your machine in. • Open the water faucet. • Open the machine door. • Spread your laundries in your machine. • Push the door of your machine until hearing the locking sound to close it. Selecting programme Select the convenient programme for your laundries on the programme table. 41 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (OPERATING YOUR MACHINE) AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS Before programme, optionally function. starting select you the an can auxiliary • select. Press on the button of auxiliary function you would like to • continuously, activated. If auxiliary function the auxiliary symbol function on electronic you have display selected flashes will be • auxiliary If auxiliary function function you symbol have selected on electronic will not display be activated. blinks, the Reason for non-activation: • the is The not washing auxiliary applicable. programme function you you want have to selected use in • stage, you implemented. Your would machine during like which to has select passed the auxiliary would over be the function • It is not compatible with an auxiliary 41 Wash 3h60° Rinse 6h40° Spin 9h30° End 12h Delay Temp.Ironing Easy Start/Pause 4242 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (OPERATING YOUR MACHINE) HALF-LOAD DETECTION SYSTEM Your machine features a half-load detection system. In case yuo put approximately half or less amount of laun- deries of maximum laundry capacity in your machine, your machine will run so as to save washing time, water con- sumption and energy in some programmes.When the half- load function is active, the machine can complete the pro- gramme you have set in a shorter time. 43 CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 1- Delay timer By your with using delays machine this between auxiliary to start “3h, the function, washing 6h, 9h, you 12h”. operation can make Auxiliary function button 1 To use auxiliary function of delayed start: - Press the delayed start button once. - “3 h” led shall appear. - on started. Press which on you delayed want washing start button operation until the to time, be - in auxiliary Pause” To the activate programme, button. function the time button you delay may you you press like have except on selected any “Start/ Wash Rinse Spin End Wash Rinse Spin End Easy Ironing Start/Pause Temp.60° 40° 30° Delay 43 Easy Ironing Start/Pause Temp.60° 40° 30° Delay 3h6h9h12h 3h6h9h12h 3hWash 60° Rinse 6h40° Spin 9h30° End 12h Delay Temp.Ironing Easy CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS If to by you set, keeping have you can pressed skipped go back the on time time to the delay delay time button. you desired want If just all play you of have panel the want time to turn to press cancel adjustment off. the the time time leds delay delay, on button the you dis- until To is Start/Standby required run time to delay be button. operated function, by your pressing machine on 44 Wash 3h60° Rinse 6h40° Spin 9h30° End 12h Delay Temp.Ironing Easy Start/Pause Auxiliary function Wash 60° button 1 Rinse Spin 3h6h40° 9h30° End 12h Delay Temp. CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 2- Temperature selection You temperature temperature can select with adjustment the the washing washing button. water water When won’t adjustment When adjustment temperature you led display have be you you any selected select press panel. leds button, value display on the a of shall new the the temperature on the max. display programme, the appear programme temperature panel. on the there Auxiliary function button 2 You ture can between gradually the maximum decrease washing the washing water water temperature tempera- of the pressing selected temperature programme adjustment and cold button. washing selections by If wanted, tinuously ment you button. have you pressing missed can return the the washing washing to the intended water water temperature temperature temperature adjust- you by con- NOTE: When 90° programme is selected, the max. temperature value of the selected programme is not displayed on the display panel. When the temperature value is de- creased temperature to 60°, levels 40°, by 30°, pressing (cold the washing) tem- perature adjustment button, the decreased temperature value is displayed on the dis- play panel. Wash Rinse Spin End 3h60° 6h40° 9h30° 12h Delay Temp.Ironing Easy Start/Pause 45 CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 3- No Spin Button(*) If on auxiliary you your don’t laundry, function. want you to perform can use wringing this You sing panel may the when wringing make the the led cancel programme light of button the (*) Model Dependant active on symbol the by display turns pres- on. Wash Rinse Spin End 4- Extra Rinse(*) You on function. your can laundry make additional by using rinse this additional operation You pressing ton turns when may on. the make the extra led the light rinsing programme of the auxiliary symbol active function by but- Wash Rinse Spin End Easy Ironing Start/Pause Temp.60° 40° 30° Delay Easy Ironing Start/Pause Temp.60° 40° 30° Delay 3h6h9h12h 3h6h9h12h Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 46 47 CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 5- Pre-wash(*) You to washing When detergent the prewashing detergent can using expose by in using this front drawer. operation your function, washing this very additional prior you dirty compartment to should laundries main function. put of You by display pressing may panel make the when the pre-wash programme the led button light active of on the the symbol turns on. 6- Anti-Allergic(*) In function machine operation rinsing the programmes operation. is perform on active, your an you laundries where extra may this rinsing have prior auxiliary your to latest You the the anti-allergic led may light make of the the button programme symbol on the display turns active on. panel by pressing when (*) Model Dependant Wash Rinse Spin End Wash Rinse Spin End Easy Ironing Start/Pause Temp.60° 40° 30° Delay Easy Ironing Start/Pause Temp.60° 40° 30° Delay 3h6h9h12h Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 3h6h9h12h Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS (*) Model Dependant 48 7- Rapid wash(*) By wash spending advised the programme using capacity your that this less laundry is of laundry auxiliary energy placed.) the in selected that a and function, shorter is water. less washing time you than ( It can and is half Wash Rinse Spin End You pressing panel may when the make the rapid the led wash programme light of button the on active symbol the by display turns on. NOTE: In case you put half or less than half of the laundry capacity of the washing programme you have selected in your ma- chine, to automotive your machine half-load will detection detect this system thanks and the programme you have selected will wash your laundries in a shorter time to con- sume less energy and water. If your machine detects half load, the led of the symbol will automatically flash on display panel. 3h60° 6h40° 9h30° 12h Delay Temp.Ironing Easy Start/Pause Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 49 CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 8- Cold Wash(*) You you water want can (tap use to water). wash this auxiliary your laundry function with when cold You pressing may the make cold the washing programme button active on the by display symbol panel turns on. when the led light of the 9- Easy ironing(*) You out is function. completed less can wrinkled enable by your employing as the laundries washing this to auxiliary operation be taken You pressing function symbol may button the make turns easy when the on. ironing programme the led auxiliary light active of the by (*) Model Dependant Wash Rinse Spin End Wash Rinse Spin End Easy Ironing Start/Pause Temp.60° 40° 30° Delay Easy Ironing Start/Pause Temp.60° 40° 30° Delay 3h6h9h12h Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 3h6h9h12h Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 60° 40° Start/Pause 30° Delay Temp.Iro E 50 Start/Pause button By you selected programme. to led the pressing on may standby the or start electronic suspend on If the you mode, the programme switch Start/Pause a display the running Start/Pause your will you machine button, blink. have Wash 3h60° Rinse 6h40° Spin 9h30° End 12h Delay Temp.Ironing Easy Start/Pause Wash Rinse Spin End 3h6h9h12h CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (CHILD LOCK) 51 To buttons performing available. Child functions You activated. avoid can lock are see programme 3 will washing and pressed the be 4 auxiliary activated at operation or flow programme from in being your button affected machine, is turned if programme child when lock is the same function in case time leds pressed for more on the on than display both 3 seconds. auxiliary when Wash 3h60° Rinse 6h40° Spin 9h30° End 12h Delay Temp.Ironing Easy Start/Pause If Function pressed Leds any button will blink while on the child display. lock is active, the Additional If ning, tion previously while and the the another programme selected child lock programme continues is knob engaged is is switched from selected, and where any to the the programme it left. programme CANCEL is posi- run- To tons vated, deactivate for the more Additional it, than it will 3 seconds. Function be sufficient When Leds to will press the blink child on on lock the the same is display. deacti- but- 52 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (CANCELLING PROGRAMME) If you want to cancel any programme running: 1- Switch the programme knob to “CANCEL” position. 2- Your machine will stop the washing operation and the programme will be cancelled. 3- To get rid of the water accumulated in the machine switch the programme knob to any programme. 4- Your machine will perform the necessary discharge op- eration and cancel the programme. 5- You can run your machine by selecting a new pro- gramme. CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (FINISHING PROGRAMME) 60° 40° 30° Delay Temp.53 Your you have machine selected will stop finishes. by itself as soon as the programme - End led will blink on the display panel. Wash Rinse Spin End - You can open the machine’s door and remove the laundry. - part Leave of your the door machine of your to dry machine after removing open to allow your laundries. the inner - Switch the programme knob to CANCEL position. - Unplug your machine. - Turn the water faucet off. 3h6h9h12h Wash Rinse Spin End 3h60° 6h40° 9h30° 12h Delay Temp.Ironing Easy Start/Pause CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE 54 COTTON 90° Washing temperature (°C) Washing temperature (°C) 90° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 60° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 7,0 Detergent compartment 7,0 Detergent compartment 2 Programme (Min.) duration 1&2 Programme duration 203 Laundry type / Descriptions Very (Underwears, (maximum dirty, cotton 3,5 linen, kg), and bedclothes, tablecloth, flax textiles. towel etc. Pre-Wash Cotton 160 Laundry Descriptions type / Dirty (Underwears, (maximum cotton 3,5 and linen, kg), flax bedclothes, tablecloth, textiles. towel etc. NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS. 55 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE COTTON ECO 60 C° Washing temperature (°C) 60° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 7,0 Detergent compartment 2 Programme (Min.) duration Laundry Descriptions type / Dirty (Underwears, (maximum cotton 3,5 and linen, kg), flax bedclothes, tablecloth, textiles. towel etc. COTTON 40 C°Washing temperature (°C) 40° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 7,0 2 Laundry Descriptions type / Dirty (Underwears, (maximum cotton 3,5 and linen, kg), flax bedclothes, tablecloth, textiles. towel etc. NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS. 200 Detergent compartment Programme (Min.) duration 190 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE 56 ECO 20° Washing temperature (°C) Washing temperature (°C) NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS. 20° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 3,5 Detergent compartment 2 Programme (Min.) duration 98Laundry Descriptions type / 40° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 3,5 Detergent compartment 2 Programme duration (Min.) 89Laundry type / Descriptions Less (Underwear, (max. dirty, 2 kg) cotton bedcloth, bedsheet, and etc. linen tablecloth, textiles. towel EASY CARE Very (Nylon including dirty socks, trousers or synthetic-mixed shirts, etc.) blouses, textiles. synthetic- 57 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE WOOL Washing temperature (°C) Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS. 30° 2,5 Detergent compartment 2 Programme duration 40- 7,0 Detergent compartment - Programme duration 36Laundry type / Descriptions Laundry type / Descriptions Woollen wash labels. laundries with machine RINSE Washing temperature (°C) If laundries operation, for you any want kind upon you to of additionally laundries. may completion use this rinse of programme washing your CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE SPIN Washing temperature (°C) Washing temperature (°C) 58 NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS. -Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 7,0 Detergent compartment -Programme duration 15Laundry type / Descriptions If laundries operation, for you any want kind upon you to of additionally laundries. may completion use this wring of programme washing your HAND WASH/DELICATE 30° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 2,5 Detergent compartment 2 Programme duration 91Laundry type / Descriptions Laundry or sensitive recommended laundry. for hand wash CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE SPORTS WEAR Washing temperature (°C) Washing temperature (°C) 59 NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS. 30° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 3,5 Detergent compartment 2 Programme duration 80Laundry type / Descriptions 30° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 3,5 Detergent compartment 2 Programme duration 87Laundry type / Descrip- Sportswear. MIXED Dirty and together. flax cotton, textiles synthetics, can be washed colour 60 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE BLOUSES / SHIRTS Washing temperature (°C) 60° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 3,5 Detergent compartment 2Programme duration 106 Laundry type / Descriptions Dirty mixed washed cotton, shirts together. synthetic and blouses and can synthetic- be DAILY 60 min. Washing temperature (°C) 60° Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 3,0 Detergent compartment 2 Programme duration 60Laundry type / Descrip- You and flax can textiles wash your at 60°C dirty in cotton, 60 minutes. colour If you have the rapid washing auxiliary function in your machine, then if you put 2 kg or less laundry in your machine, your machine will automatically wash for laundry for 30 minutes. NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS. 61 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE RAPID 15 min. Washing temperature (°C) Maximum amount (kg) dry laundry 2,0 2 Laundry type / Descriptions NOTE: is gramme ing. pletion to period.) required open You of As the can period washing the to door open be washing will used of the operation. increase your compared door period machine of if (The your is your short, to is duration machine other machine not less included programmes. amount of 2 detects 2 minutes minutes in the of instable detergent after washing The required pro- the load- com- 30° Detergent compartment Programme duration 15You cotton, only NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS. can 15 colured minutes. wash your and slightly flax textile stained, within 62 CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE (WARNING) Unplug your machine before starting the maintenance and cleaning of your machine. Turn the tap water off before starting the maintenance cand cleaning of your machine. CAUTION: Your machine’s parts might be damaged if cleaners with solvent agents are used. Do not use cleaning materials with solvent agents. 63 CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE (WATER INLET FILTERS) Filters to avoid dirt and foreign substances in the water from penetrating into the machine are available both on the side of faucet and on the ends of water valves along the water inlet hose of your machine. If your machine cannot intake sufficient amount of water despite water faucet being open, these filters should be cleaned. (It is recommended that you clean your pump filter once in 2 months.) • Detach the water inlet hoses. • Remove the filters on water inlet valves using pliers and then clean it with a brush in water. • Disassemble the filters on the side of faucet side of water inlet hoses manually and clean it. • Having the filters cleaned, you can fit them in the same way reversely. CAUTION: Filters of water inlet valves may be clogged due to contaminated water faucet or lack of necessary maintenance or valves may be broken down, causing water leaking into your machine continuously. The breakdowns that may arise due to these reasons are out of the scope of warranty. 64 CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE (PUMP FILTER) A filter system which avoids threads remaining from your laun- dries and tiny materials from entering into the pump during water discharging operation carried out by your machine after complet- ing washing so prolonging the lifecycle of your pump is avail- able. It is recommended that you clean your pump filter once in 2 months. To clean pump filter: • To open the pump cover, you can use the powder detergent spade (*) or liquid detergent level plate coming out of your machine. • Fit the end point of the plastic part to the gap of the pump cover and push it back. This will open the cover. • Before opening the filter cover, settle a vessel in front of the filter cover to prevent the water remained in the machine from flowing on the ground. • Loosen the filter cover in counter-clockwise and then empty water. Note: You may have to empty the water collection vessel several times according to the amount of water in the machine. (*) Machinery specifications may vary depending on the product purchased. 65 CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE (PUMP FILTER) • Clean the foreign materials in the filter with a brush. • After cleaning the filter, fit the filter cover and tighten it by rotating it in clockwise direction. • While closing the pump cover, ensure that the parts on the inner side of the cover to match the holes on the front panel side. • You can reattach the pump cover in the reverse order that you removed it. WARNING! As water in the pump may be hot, wait un- til it cools down. 66 CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE (DETERGENT DRAWER) Your detergents may deposit residue in detergent drawer and housing of detergent drawer over time. To clean the residue formed, disassemble the detergent drawer in particular periods. It is recommended that you clean your pump filter every 2 months. To eject the detergent drawer: • Pull the detergent drawer up to the end • Keep on pulling by depressing on the section shown below in the detergent drawer and keep pulling and then unsettle the detergent drawer. • Flsuh it using a brush. • Collect residues in the housing of the detergent drawer without dropping them inside the machine. • Assemble the detergent drawer after drying it using a towel or dry cloth. • Do not wash your detergent drawer in dishwasher. Liquid Detergent Apparatus (*) Take out the liquid detergent level apparatus for cleaning and maintenance purposes as shown in the picture and clean well detergent residues. Put the apparatus back into its place. Make sure no residues are left inside. (*) Machinery specifications may vary depending on the product purchased. 67 CHAPTER -8: FLUSH STOPPER / BODY / DRUM Flush stopper Disassemble the detergent drawer. Disassemble the flush stop- per and clean the softener residues completely. Refit the flush stopper after cleaning it. Check whether it has settled properly. Body Clean the outer body of your machine with warm water and a non-inflammable cleaning agent that will not abrade the body of your machine. After rinsing with some water, dry it using a soft and dry cloth. Drum Do not leave metallic objects such as needles, paper clips, coins etc. in your machine. This objects lead to formation of rust stains in the drum. To clean such rust stains, use a non- chlorine cleaning agent and follow the instructions of manufacturers of the cleaning agent. Never use wire wool or similar hard objects for cleaning rust stains. CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING FAULT Your machine does not start. Your machine does not intake water. 68 All carried quires of the repairing information a out repair by operations our or if provided authorised you required cannot as service. follows: remove for your If the your machine fault machine by should the re- help be • • Unplug Turn the your water machine. faucet off. POSSIBLE CAUSE SHOOTING TROUBLE- It is not plugged. Plug it. Fuse blown.. Replace the fuses. Electricity cut-off. Check mains power. Start/pause not pressed. button Press Pause on button. Start/ Programme ‘stop’ position. dial Switch button position. to the the programme desired The not completely machine door closed.. is Close door. the machine Water tap is turned off. Turn your faucet on. Water may be inlet twisted. hose Check hose and water untwist. inlet Water clogged. inlet hose Clean filters. water (*) inlet hose Valve clogged. inlet filter Clean inlet filters. the valve (*) The is closed..not machine completely door Close door. the machine (*) your See machine. the chapter regarding maintenance and cleaning of 69 CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE SHOOTING TROUBLE- Discharging hose twisted. clogged or Check ing clean hose, or the untwist. then discharg- either Your does charge machine not water. dis- Pump clogged. filter Clean pump filter. the (*) Laundry in unevenly the machine settled Spread dry evenly. in the your machine laun- The chine adjusted. feet have of your not been ma- Adjust your machine. the feet (**) on Safety for not transportation disassembled. stays fitted Disassemble safety machine. stays (**) of the your Less laundry pliance. amount in the of ap- This operation machine. will not of block your Your vibrates. machine Your overloaded laundry settled machine unevenly.. or laundry with is Prevent chine on hard from surfaces. your resting ma- Your rests surface. machine on a hard Prevent chine on hard from surfaces. your resting ma- (*) your (**) See See machine. the the chapter chapter regarding regarding maintenance installation of and your cleaning machine. of 70 CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE SHOOTING TROUBLE- Excessive foam is formed in the detergent drawer. Press on Start/Pause button. To eliminate foam formation, mix a spoon of softener with half litres of water, and pour the mixture in the Excessive amount of detergent used. detergent drawer. After 5-10 minutes, press on Start/Pause button again. In your next washing operation, Adjust the de- tergent dose accordingly. Use detergents produced only for Wrong deter- automatic washing gent used. machines in your machine. The contamination de- gree of your laundries does not match the programme you have chosen. Select the programme appropriate for the contamination degree of your laundries. (See programme table) Amount of detergent used insufficient. Adjust the amount of Unsatisfactory washing result. detergent based on the amount and contami- nation degree of your laundries. Laundries in ex- cess of maximum capacity put in your machine. Load your machine with laundries, amount of which will not exceed maximum laundry ca- pacity. CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE SHOOTING TROUBLE- 71 Water being hard. Adjust the amount of ( Contaminated, lime detergent based on the water etc.) instruction of detergent manufacturer. Laundries distributed Spread your laun- in your machine non- dries in the ma- homogenously. chine properly and homogeneously. The end of water Set the water dis- discharging hose charging hose on ap- is too low for the propriate height. (**) machine. No fault. Water is in the unseen part of the drum. Non-dissolving Perform an extra particles of some rinsing by setting your detergents may machine to “Rinsing” stick to your programme, or clean laundries as white the spots using a spots. brush after your laun- dries dry. The reason for such spots may be oil, cream or ointment. Unsatisfactory washing result. As soon as the ma- chine is loaded with water, water dis- charges. No water appears in the drum during washing. Laundries have detergent residues on them. Grey spots appear on the laundries. Apply the maximum amount of detergent instructed by the deter- gent manufacturer in the next washing operation. (**) See the chapter regarding installation of your machine. 72 CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING Spinning operation is not performed or runs late. FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE SHOOTING TROUBLE- Unbalanced load control system will try to spread your laundries homoge- No fault. Unbalanced neously. load control system Wringling operation will has been activated. begin after your laundry is spread. Place the laundry in the machine in a balanced fashion the next time. CHAPTER -10: AUTOMATIC FAULT WARNINGS AND WHAT TO BE DONE The door of your machine is left open. The water pressure or the water level inside the machine is low. The pump is faulty or pump filter is clogged or electrical connec- tion of the pump is faulty. Your machine has excessive amount of water. 73 Your ble case ing of during machine of both any washing taking breakdown is equipped necessary operations. by with means precautions the of systems continuous and which warning self-check- are you capa- in TROUBLE CODE POSSIBLE FAULT WHAT TO DO E01 Close the machine door. If your Wash machine persists to indicate fault, turn off your machine, unplug it Rinse and contact the nearest authorised service immediately. E02 Wash Turn on the faucet. Mains water may be cut-off. If the problem still Rinse continues, your machine will stop after a while automatically. Unplug the machine, turn off your faucet End and contact the nearest authorised service. E03 Wash Clean the pump filter. If the problem persists, contact the nearest author- Rinse ised service. (*) End E04 Wash Your machine will discharge water by itself. Pursuant to dis- Rinse charging operation, turn off your machine and unplug it. Turn off your faucet and contact the near- est authorised service. (*) your See machine. the chapter regarding maintenance and cleaning of 74 CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION Alcoholic drinks: Spotted area should ini- tially be washed using cold water, and then be wiped with glycerine and water and rinsed with vinegar-mixed water. Shoe shine: Spot should be rubbed out gently without damaging the cloth and be scrubbed and rinsed with detergent. If not removed, it should be scrubbed using the mixture obtained by adding 1 scale of alco- hol (96 ̊) into 2 scales of water, and then be washed with warm water. Tea and coffee: Stretch the spotted area of your laundry throughout the openning of a vessel, and pour hot water as much as the type of your laundry can resist. In case the type of your laundry permits, wash with bleacher. Chocolate and cocoa: After submerging your laundries in cold water and rubbing it using soap or detergent, wash it in tempera- ture that fabric type of your laundry can re- sist. In case the oil stain is still visible, wipe with oxygen water (3%). 75 CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION Tomato paste: After rubbing out the dried substances without damaging your laundry, submerge it in water for 30 minutes, and then scrub and wash it with detergent. Bouillon-Egg: Remove dried spot residues on your laundry, and then wipe it with a sponge or soft cloth submerged in cold water previously. Scrub with detergent, wash with diluted bleacher. Grease and oil stains: Firstly, wie the residues. Scrub the spot with detergent and wash it with warm soapy water. Mustard: Apply glycerine on spotted area. Scrub with detergent and wash. If the spot cannot be removed, wipe with alcohol. (For synthetic and colour fabrics, a mixture of 1 scale of alcohol and 2 scales of water should be used) 76 CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION Fruit: Stretch the spotted area of your laun- dry throughout the opening of a vessel, and pour cold water on it. Do not pour hot water on the spot. Wipe with cold water and apply glycerine. Allow 1-2 hours, wipe with a few drops of white vinegar, and rinse it. Grass stain: Wipe the stained part with detergent. If the type of your cloth permits bleacher using, wash with bleacher. Wipe your woollen laundries with alcohol. (For colour fabrics, a mixture of 1 scale of pure alcohol and 2 scales of water) Oil paint: Spot should be removed by apply- ing thinner before drying. Then it should be wiped with detergent and washed. Burn stain: If your laundry is suitable for applying bleacher, you can add bleacher into washing water. For wool fabric, a cloth pre- viously submerged in oxygen water should be covered over the stain and it should be ironed after putting a dry cloth on this cloth. It should be washed after being rinsed prop- erly. 77 CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION Blood stain: Submerge your laundries in cold water for 30 minutes. If the stain is not removed, then submerge in a mixture of wa- ter and ammoniac (3 spoons of ammoniac in 4 litres of water) for 30 minutes. Crema, ice cream and milk: Submerge your laundries in cold water and scrub the spotted area with detergent. If the spot is not re- moved, apply bleacher to the extent suitable for your laundries. (Do not use bleacher for colour laundries.) Muff: Muff stains should be cleaned as soon as possible. Stain should be washed with detergent water, nevertheless if it cannot be removed, it should be wiped with oxygen water (3%). Ink: Subject the spotted area to running water and wait until the flow of inked water ends. Then wipe it with lemon-added water and detergent, and wash it after allowing 5 minutes. 78 DESCRIBING ENERGY LABEL AND SAVING ENERGY

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Energy Consumption Noise Washing Value While Noise Spinning Value While Spinning Performance Class Dry Laundry Capacity Annual Consumption Water 79 DESCRIBING ENERGY LABEL AND SAVING ENERGY Energy and water consumption may vary based on water pressure, water hardness, water temperature, ambient tem- perature, laundry amount, additional function selection, volt- age fluctuations. It will reduce energy and water consump- tion to use your machine with the laundry capacity proposed for the selected programme, wash your laundries less dirty or daily laundries in short programmes, carry out cleaning and maintenance periodically, use your machine in conveni- ent time intervals specified by electricity vendor. 80 DISPOSAL OF YOUR OLD MACHINE This symbol on the product or package implies that the product should not be treated as domestic waste. Instead, it should be delivered to applicable waste col- lection places recycling electrical and electronic equip- ment. You will contribute to avoid potential negative results regarding environment and human health, which will arise due to wrong waste procedure for the product by ensuring that this product is annihilated properly. Recycling materials will help natural resources be pre- served. For more detailed information regarding recycling of this product, please contact local municipality, domes- tic waste annihilation service or the shop you have purchased the product.


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