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Table of contents Safety............................................... 4 General information.......................... 4 Intended use..................................... 4 Restriction on user group................. 5 Safe installation ................................ 5 Safe use ........................................... 7 Safe cleaning and maintenance....... 9 Preventing material damage ........ 11 Environmental protection and saving energy................................ 12 Disposing of packaging ................. 12 Save energy and conserve re sources........................................... 12 Energy saving mode ...................... 13 Installation and connection.......... 13 Unpacking the appliance ............... 13 Contents of package...................... 14 Requirements for the installation location........................................... 14 Removing the transit bolts ............. 15 Connecting the appliance .............. 17 Aligning the appliance.................... 18 Familiarising yourself with your appliance............................... 19 Appliance ....................................... 19 Detergent drawer............................ 20 Controls .......................................... 20 Display........................................... 21 Buttons .......................................... 23 Programmes.................................. 24 Accessories................................... 27 Before using for the first time ...... 27 Starting an empty washing cycle ... 27 Laundry.......................................... 28 Preparing the laundry..................... 28 Sorting laundry ............................... 29 Degrees of soiling .......................... 29 Care symbols on the care labels ... 29 Detergents and care products...... 30 Detergent recommendation ........... 30 Detergent dosage .......................... 31 Basic operation ............................. 31 Switching on the appliance............ 31 Setting a programme ..................... 31 Adjusting the programme set tings................................................ 32 Loading laundry.............................. 32 Using a measuring aid for liquid detergent ........................................ 32 Adding detergent and care product ........................................... 33 Starting the programme ................. 33 Adjusting the "Ready in" time before the programme starts ......... 33 Soaking laundry ............................. 33 Adding laundry ............................... 34 Cancelling the programme ............ 34 Resuming the programme when the programme status is Rinse Hold................................................ 34 Unloading the laundry .................... 34 Switching off the appliance ............ 34 Childproof lock.............................. 35 Activating the childproof lock......... 35 Deactivating the childproof lock..... 35 Basic settings................................ 36 Overview of the basic settings ....... 36 Changing the basic settings .......... 36 Cleaning and servicing................. 37 Tips on appliance care................... 37 Cleaning the drum.......................... 37 Cleaning the detergent drawer ...... 37 Descaling........................................ 38

2 en Cleaning the drain pump................ 38 Cleaning the water outlet hose at the siphon................................... 40 Clean the water inlet filters............. 41 Troubleshooting............................ 44 Error code / Fault display / Sig nal................................................... 44 Malfunctions ................................... 45 Noise .............................................. 48 Problem with results....................... 48 Leakage.......................................... 49 Odours............................................ 50 Emergency release ........................ 51 Transportation, storage and disposal ......................................... 51 Removing the appliance ................ 51 Inserting the transit bolts................ 51 Using the appliance again ............. 52 Disposing of old appliance ............ 52 Customer Service.......................... 53 Product number (E-Nr.) and pro duction number (FD)...................... 53 Consumption values..................... 54 Technical specifications............... 54 3 en Safety Safety Please read the safety information to ensure that you use the ap pliance safely. General information You can find general information about this instruction manual here. ◼ Read this instruction manual carefully. Only this will ensure you use the appliance safely and efficiently. ◼ This manual is intended for the installer and the user of the ap pliance. ◼ Follow the safety instructions and warnings. ◼ Keep the instruction manual and the product information safe for future reference or for the next owner. ◼ Check the appliance after unpacking it. Do not connect the ap pliance if it has been damaged in transit. Intended use Read the information on intended use to ensure that you use the appliance correctly and safely. Only use this appliance: ◼ According to this installation and instruction manual. ◼ For washing machine-washable fabrics and hand-washable wool in accordance with the care label. ◼ With tap water and commercially available detergents and care products suitable for washing machines. ◼ In private households and in enclosed spaces in a domestic en vironment. ◼ Up to an altitude of max. 4000 m above sea level. 4 Safety en Restriction on user group Avoid risks to children and vulnerable persons. This appliance may be used by children aged 8 or over and by people who have reduced physical, sensory or mental abilities or inadequate experience and/or knowledge, provided that they are supervised or have been instructed on how to use the appliance safely and have understood the resulting dangers. Children must not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance must not be performed by chil dren unless they are being supervised. Keep children under the age of 3 years and pets away from the appliance. Safe installation Take note of the safety instructions when installing the appliance. WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock! ◼ Improper installation is dangerous. ▶ Connect and operate the appliance only in accordance with the specifications on the rating plate. ▶ Connect the appliance to a power supply with alternating current only via a properly installed socket with earthing. ▶ The protective conductor system of the domestic electrical installation must be properly installed. The installation must have a sufficiently large cross section. ▶ When using a residual current circuit breaker, only use a type with the mark. ▶ Never equip the appliance with an external switching device, e.g. a timer or remote control. ▶ When the appliance is installed, the mains plug of the power cord must be freely accessible. If free access is not possible, an all-pole isolating switch must be installed in the permanent electrical installation according to the installation regulations. ▶ When installing the appliance, check that the power cable is not trapped or damaged. 5 en Safety ◼ If the insulation of the power cord is damaged, this is danger ous. ▶ Never let the power cord come into contact with hot appli ance parts or heat sources. ▶ Never let the power cord come into contact with sharp points or edges. ▶ Never kink, crush or modify the power cord. WARNING ‒ Risk of fire! It is dangerous to use an extended power cord and non-ap proved adapters. ▶ Do not use extension cables or multiple socket strips. ▶ If the power cord is too short, contact Customer Service. ▶ Only use adapters approved by the manufacturer. WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! ◼ The high weight of the appliance may result in injury when lif ted. ▶ Do not lift the appliance on your own. ◼ If this appliance is not correctly installed in a washer-dryer stack, the installed appliance may fall. ▶ Only stack the dryer on a washing machine using the con nection kit from the dryer manufacturer . No other installa tion method is permitted. ▶ Do not install the appliance in a washer-dryer stack if the dryer manufacturer does not offer a suitable connection kit. ▶ Do not install appliances from different manufacturers and with varying depths and widths in a washer-dryer stack. ▶ Do not install a washer-dryer stack on a platform; the appli ances may tip over. WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation! Children may put packaging material over their heads or wrap themselves up in it and suffocate. ▶ Keep packaging material away from children. ▶ Do not let children play with packaging material. 6 Safety en CAUTION ‒ Risk of injury! ◼ The appliance may vibrate or move when in use. ▶ Place the appliance on a clean, even, solid surface. ▶ Align the appliance using the appliance feet and a spirit level. ◼ If hoses and power cords have been laid incorrectly, this causes a tripping hazard. ▶ Lay hoses and power cords in such a way that there is no risk of tripping. ◼ If the appliance is moved by holding onto protruding compon ents, such as the appliance door, the parts may break off. ▶ Do not move the appliance by holding onto protruding parts. CAUTION ‒ Risk of cutting! Touching sharp edges on the appliance may lead to cuts. ▶ Do not touch the sharp edges on the appliance. ▶ Wear protective gloves when installing and transporting the appliance. Safe use Follow these safety instructions when using the appliance. WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock! ◼ If the appliance or the power cord is damaged, this is danger ous. ▶ Never operate a damaged appliance. ▶ Never pull on the power cord to unplug the appliance. Al ways unplug the appliance at the mains. ▶ If the appliance or the power cord is damaged, immediately unplug the power cord or switch off the fuse in the fuse box and turn off the water tap. ▶ Call Customer Service. → Page 53 ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff. ◼ An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. ▶ Only use the appliance in enclosed spaces. 7 en Safety ▶ Never expose the appliance to intense heat or humidity. ▶ Do not use steam- or high-pressure cleaners, hoses or sprays to clean the appliance. WARNING ‒ Risk of harm to health! Children can lock themselves in the appliance, thereby putting their lives at risk. ▶ Do not install the appliance behind a door as this may ob struct the appliance door or prevent it from opening. ▶ With redundant appliances, unplug the power cord. Then cut through the cord and damage the lock on the appliance door beyond repair so that the appliance door will no longer close. WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation! Children may breathe in or swallow small parts, causing them to suffocate. ▶ Keep small parts away from children. ▶ Do not let children play with small parts. WARNING ‒ Risk of poisoning! Detergents and care products may result in poisoning if con sumed. ▶ If accidentally swallowed, seek medical advice. ▶ Keep detergents and care products out of the reach of chil dren. WARNING ‒ Risk of explosion! Laundry that has been pretreated with cleaning agents that contain solvents may cause an explosion in the appliance. ▶ Rinse pretreated laundry thoroughly with water before wash ing. CAUTION ‒ Risk of injury! ◼ The worktop may break if you stand on or climb onto the ap pliance. ▶ Do not stand on or climb onto the appliance. 8 Safety en ◼ The appliance may tip over if you sit on or lean against the open door. ▶ Do not sit on or lean against the appliance door. ▶ Do not place any objects on the appliance door. ◼ Reaching into the drum while it is still turning may cause hand injuries. ▶ Wait for the drum to come to a complete stop before reach ing inside. CAUTION ‒ Risk of burns! When washing at high temperatures, the glass in the appli ance door becomes hot. ▶ Do not touch the appliance door when it is hot. ▶ Keep children away from the appliance door when it is hot. CAUTION ‒ Risk of scalding! When you wash at high temperatures, the detergent solution gets hot. ▶ Do not touch the hot detergent solution. CAUTION ‒ Risk of chemical burns! If the detergent drawer is opened, detergent and care products may spray out from the appliance. Contact with eyes or skin may cause irritation. ▶ Rinse eyes and/or skin thoroughly with clean water if they come into contact with detergents or care products. ▶ If accidentally swallowed, seek medical advice. ▶ Keep detergents and care products out of the reach of chil dren. Safe cleaning and maintenance Take note of the safety instructions when cleaning and performing maintenance work on the appliance. WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock! ◼ Improper repairs are dangerous. ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff. 9 en Safety ▶ Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance. ▶ If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, the manufacturer's Customer Service or a similarly qualified person in order to prevent any risk. ◼ An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. ▶ Do not use steam- or high-pressure cleaners, hoses or sprays to clean the appliance. WARNING ‒ Risk of injury! The use of non-original spare parts and non-original accessor ies is dangerous. ▶ Only use the manufacturer's original spare parts and ori ginal accessories. WARNING ‒ Risk of poisoning! Poisonous fumes may be given off if you use cleaning agents that contain solvents. ▶ Do not use cleaning agents that contain solvents. 10 Preventing material damage en

Preventing material damagePreventing material dam age Follow these instructions to avoid ma terial damage and damage to the ap pliance. ATTENTION! ◼ The functionality of the appliance may be impaired if you use the wrong quantity of fabric softener, detergent, care product or clean ing agent. ▶ Follow the dosage recommend ations from the manufacturer. ◼ Exceeding the maximum load ca pacity impairs the function of the appliance. ▶ Observe the maximum load ca pacity → Page 24 for each pro gramme and do not exceed it. ◼ The appliance is secured for trans portation using transit bolts. Transit bolts which have not been re moved may result in material dam age and damage to the appliance. ▶ Before starting up the appliance, remove the transit bolts com pletely and keep them in a safe place. ▶ Before transport, fit the transit bolts fully in order to prevent damage in transit. ◼ Material damage may be caused if the water inlet hose is connected incorrectly. ▶ Tighten the screw connections on the water inlet until they are hand-tight. ▶ Ideally, connect the water inlet hose directly to the water tap, without any additional connect ing elements such as adapters, extensions, valves or similar. ▶ Ensure that the inner diameter of the water tap is at least 17 mm. ▶ Make sure that the length of the thread on the connection to the water tap is at least 10 mm. ◼ If the water pressure is too high or too low, the appliance may not be able to operate properly. ▶ Make sure that the water pres sure in the water supply system is min. 100 kPa (1 bar) and max. 1000 kPa (10 bar). ▶ If the water pressure exceeds the maximum value specified, a pressure-reducing valve must be installed between the drinking water connection and the hose set of the appliance. ▶ Do not connect the appliance to the mixer tap of an unpressur ised hot-water boiler. ◼ Modified or damaged water hoses may result in material damage and damage to the appliance. ▶ Never kink, crush, modify or cut through water hoses. ▶ Only use the water hoses sup plied with the appliance or genu ine spare hoses. ▶ Never re-use water hoses that have been used before. ◼ Operating the appliance using wa ter that is dirty or too hot may cause material damage. ▶ Only operate the appliance with cold mains water. ◼ Unsuitable cleaning products may damage the surfaces of the appli ance. ▶ Do not use harsh or abrasive detergents. ▶ Do not use cleaning products with a high alcohol content. ▶ Do not use hard scouring pads or cleaning sponges. ▶ Clean the appliance with nothing but water and a soft, damp cloth.

11 en Environmental protection and saving energy

▶ Remove all detergent residue, spray residue or other residues immediately if they come into contact with the appliance. Environmental protection and saving energyEnvironmental protection and saving energy Help protect the environment by us ing your appliance in a way that con serves resources and by disposing of reusable materials properly. Disposing of packaging The packaging materials are environ mentally compatible and can be re cycled. ▶ Sort the individual components by type and dispose of them separ ately. Information about current disposal methods are available from your specialist dealer or local authority. Save energy and conserve re sources If you follow these instructions, your appliance will use less electricity and less water. Choose programmes with low tem peratures and longer wash times and use maximum load capacity → Page 24. Energy consumption and water consumption is most efficient. Add → Page 31 detergent based on the laundry's degree of soiling. For light to normal soiling, a smal ler amount of detergent is suffi cient. Observe the dosage recom mendation from the detergent manufacturer. Reduce the washing temperature for lightly and normally soiled laundry. At low temperatures, the appliance consumes less energy. For light to normal soiling, lower temperatures than indicated on the care label are also sufficient. Set the maximum spin speed if you want to dry the laundry in a tumble dryer afterwards. The drier the laundry, the shorter the programme duration when dry ing which, in turn, reduces energy consumption. A higher spin speed reduces the residual moisture in the laundry and increases the volume of the spin noise. Wash the laundry without prewash. Washing with prewash increases the programme duration and in creases energy and water con sumption. The appliance has a continuous automatic load adjustment function. Depending on the type of fabric and load capacity, the continuous automatic load adjustment func tion optimally adjusts the water consumption and programme dur ation.

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Energy saving mode If you do not use the appliance for an extended period, it automatically switches to energy-saving mode. All displays go out and Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων flashes. Energy-saving mode ends when you use the appliance again, e.g. if you open or close the door. Installation and connectionInstallation and connec tion You can find out where and how best to install your appliance here. You will also learn how to connect the ap pliance to the water and power sup ply. Unpacking the appliance 1. Remove any packaging and pro tective covers completely from the appliance. 2. Check the appliance for visible damage. 3. ATTENTION! Objects remaining in the drum that are not designed for operation with the appliance may cause material damage and dam age to the appliance. ▶ Remove these objects, along with all supplied accessories, from the drum before starting the appliance. Open the door and remove the ac cessory from the drum.

13 en Installation and connection Contents of package After unpacking all parts, check for any damage in transit and completeness of the delivery. 4 1 2 3

1Washing machine 2Accompanying documents 3Water inlet hose 4Cover caps Requirements for the installation location The appliance may "wander" when it spins. Observe the instructions for the installation location. Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely.

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WARNING Installation location Requirements

Risk of electric shock! The appliance contains live parts. Touching live parts is dangerous. ▶ Do not operate the appliance without a cover cap. WARNING Risk of injury! On a wooden joist floor Place the appliance on a water-resistant wooden board which is screwed tightly to the floor. The wooden board should be at least 30 mm thick.

When using the appliance on a base, the appliance may tip over. ▶ Always secure the feet of the appli ance to a base using the manufac turer's fixing brackets → Page 27 before using the appliance for the first time. ATTENTION! ◼ If the appliance is installed in areas exposed to frost or out doors, frozen residual water may damage the appliance and frozen hoses may crack or split. ▶ Do not install or operate this ap pliance anywhere that is liable to experience frost and/or out doors. ◼ The appliance underwent a func tion test before leaving the factory and may, therefore, contain resid ual water. This residual water may leak out if the appliance is tilted at an angle greater than 40°. ▶ Tilt the appliance carefully. Installation location Requirements On a base Secure the appliance with fixing brackets → Page 27. In a kitchen unit ◼ A niche width of 60 cm is required. ◼ Only install the ap pliance under neath a continuous worktop that is se curely connected to adjacent cabin ets. On a wall Do not trap the hoses between the wall and the appliance. Note: If you want to install the wash ing machine with a dryer as a washer-dryer stack, your washing ma chine's worktop must be replaced first. To replace the worktop, please con tact customer service → Page 53. Removing the transit bolts The appliance is secured for trans portation using transit bolts on the rear of the appliance. Notes ◼ Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sec tions to ensure that you use the appliance safely. ◼ Keep the transit bolts, screws and sleeves in a safe place for future transport → Page 51.

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1. Pull the hoses out of the holders. 2. Unscrew and remove all four screws for the transit bolts with a WAF 13 wrench. 1 2 3. Pull the power cord out of the holder. 4. Remove the four sleeves. 5. Put on the four cover caps. 6. Press down on the four cover caps.

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Connecting the appliance Connect your appliance to the power supply, water inlet and water outlet. Connecting the water inlet hose Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. 1. Connect the water inlet hose. 2 1 2. Connect the water inlet hose to a tap (26.4 mm = 3/4"). ¾˝ min. 10 mm min. 17 mm 3. Open the water tap carefully and check that the connection points are tight. Water outlet connection types This information is intended to help you to connect this appliance to the water outlet. Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. ATTENTION! When draining, the water outlet hose is subject to water pressure and may come loose from the installed con nection point. ▶ Secure the water outlet hose against unintentional loosening. Drainage into a si phon. Secure the connec tion point with a (24– 40 mm) hose clamp. Drainage into a wash basin. Fix and secure the wa ter outlet hose with an elbow → Page 27. Drainage into a plastic pipe with rubber sleeve. Fix and secure the wa ter outlet hose with an elbow → Page 27. Connecting the appliance to the electricity supply Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. 1. Insert the mains plug of the appli ance's power cable in a socket nearby. The connection details of the appli ance can be found under Tech nical data → Page 54. 2. Check the mains plug is inserted properly.

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Aligning the appliance In order to reduce noise and vibra tion and to prevent the appliance from moving, align the appliance cor rectly. Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. 1. Loosen the lock nuts using a WAF 17 wrench by turning it in a clock wise direction. 2. To align the appliance, turn the ap pliance feet. Check that the appli ance is level using a spirit level. All appliance feet must stand firmly on the ground. 3. Screw the lock nuts tightly against the housing using a WAF 17 wrench. In doing so, hold the foot tight and do not adjust its height.

18 Familiarising yourself with your appliance en Familiarising yourself with your applianceFamiliarising yourself with your appliance Familiarise yourself with the parts of your appliance. Appliance You can find an overview of the parts of your appliance here. 3 4 5 6 2 7 7 1 On certain models, specific details such as the colour and shape may differ from those pictured.

1Maintenance flap for the drain pump → Page 38 2Door 3Detergent drawer → Page 20 4Controls → Page 20 5Water outlet hose → Page 17 6Power cord → Page 17 7Transit bolts → Page 15

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Detergent drawer Below is an overview of the structure of the detergent drawer. 4 3 1Measuring aid for liquid detergent → "Using a measuring aid for liquid detergent", Page 32 2Compartment II: ◼ Detergent for main wash ◼ Water softener ◼ Bleach ◼ Stain remover 3Compartment : ◼ Fabric softener ◼ Liquid starch ◼ Waterproofing agent 4Compartment I: ◼ Detergent for prewash

◼ Hygiene detergent 1 2 Controls The controls are used to configure all functions of your appliance and to obtain information about the operating status. 2 3 1 1 4 4

1Programmes → Page 24 2Programme selector → Page 31 3Display → Page 21 4Buttons → Page 23

20 Display en Display The display shows the current settings, options or relevant information. Display Designation Description

0:40 1Programme duration/ programme time re maining Approximate expected programme duration or pro gramme time remaining.

10h 1"Ready in" time The programme end has been set and the remaining number of hours is displayed. → "Buttons", Page 23 8 kg 1Recommended load The maximum load capacity for the selected pro gramme in kg. – –– - 1200 Spin speed Set spin speed in rpm. → "Buttons", Page 23 0= No final spin, only draining – ––: Rinse Hold, no draining Start/Pause Start, cancel or pause ◼ Lights up: The programme is running and can be cancelled or paused. ◼ Flashes: The programme can be started or contin ued. Wash Programme status Rinse Programme status Spin Programme status 1Example 21 en Display Display Designation Description – –– Rinse Hold Programme status End End of programme Programme status Childproof lock ◼ Lights up: The childproof lock is activated. ◼ Flashes: The childproof lock is active and the pro gramme selector has been adjusted. → "Deactivating the childproof lock", Page 35 varioSpeed Short wash activated. → "Buttons", Page 23 Door ◼ Lights up: The door is locked and cannot be opened. ◼ Flashes: The door is not closed properly. ◼ Off: The door is unlocked and can be opened. Tap ◼ No water pressure. → "Error code / Fault display / Signal", Page 44 ◼ The water pressure is too low. E:60 / -2B 1Error Error code, error display, signal. → "Error code / Fault display / Signal", Page 44 1Example 22 Buttons en ButtonsButtons Below is an overview of the buttons and their setting options. The selection of programme settings depends on the selected programme. You can see the selection options for each programme in the overview for → "Programmes", Page 24. Button Selection Description

Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων (Start / Pause / Reload) ◼ Start ◼ Cancel ◼ Pause Start, cancel or pause the programme.

vario Speed ◼ Activate ◼ Deactivate Activate or deactivate a short washing pro gramme. Note: Energy consumption increases. The washing result is not affected by this.

Λήξη σε (Ready in) 1–24 hours Set the programme end. The programme duration is already included in the set number of hours. Once the programme has started, the pro gramme duration is displayed. Στύψιμο (Spin) – –– - 1200 Adjust the spin speed or activate – –– (Rinse Hold). If – –– is selected, the water is not drained at the end of the washing cycle and the spin cycle is de activated. The laundry remains in the water used for rinsing.

3 δευτ. (3 sec.) ◼ Activate ◼ Deactivate Activate or deactivate the childproof lock. Disable the control panel to prevent unwanted or accidental operation. If the childproof lock is activated and the appli ance has been switched off, the childproof lock remains activated. → "Childproof lock", Page 35

23 en Programmes s e m m a r g o r P o r p e l b a ts u j d a e ht n o d n a da o l e ht n o n o it a m r o f n i d n if n a c u o Y . s e m m a r g o r p e ht f o w e i v r e v o n a s i w o le B . s n o it p o e m m a r g . n o it c e l e s e m m a r g o r p n o n o it a m r o f n i la n o i t id d a h t i w u o y e di v o r p s le b a l e r a c s ' y r dn u a l e h T : pi T 9 2 e g a P , " s le b a l e r a c e ht n o s l o b m y s e r a C " → Στύψιμο – –– (Rinse Hold) vario Speed Max. spin speed (rpm) 1 Max. temperat ure (°C) 1 Max. load (kg) n o i t p i r c s e D e m m a r g o r P 0 0 21 0 9 8 r o n e n il , n o t t o c m o r f e da m s m e t i g n ir a e w - dr a h hs a W ) n o t t o C( ά ρε κ α βμ α Β . s c ir b a f de d n e lb d e li o s y ll a m r o n r o f e m m a r g o r p tr o h s a s a e l b a ti u s o s lA s i de e p S o ir a v f I . de e p S o ir a v e t a v it c a u o y n e h w yr d n u a l o t d e c u d e r s i y ti c a p a c da o l m u m ix a m e h t , d e t a v it c a . g k 5 – 0 0 21 0 4 8 r o n e n il , n o t t o c m o r f e da m s m e t i g n ir a e w - dr a h hs a W t o C ( ό κ ι τ α τ ν ε ά ρε κ α βμ α Β . s c ir b a f de d n e lb ) e v is n e t n i n o t . e m m a r g o r p g n iv a s - y gr e n E e r u t a r e p m e t g n i hs a w la u tc a e h t , y gr e n e e v a s o T : e to N e h T . e r u t a r e p m e t g n i hs a w t e s e h t m o r f e t a iv e d ya m . s t n e m e r iu q e r la g e l s te e m e c n a m r o fr e p g n i hs a w – 0 0 21 – 8 . s c ir b a f de d n e l b r o n e n il , n o tt o c m o r f e da m s m e ti hs a W 0 6- 0 4 o c E . s m e ti d e li o s yll a m r o n r o f e l b a ti u S e r a c e h t r e p s a de hs a w e b n a c h c ih w s e li tx e T : e to N o t de hs a w e b n a c C ° 0 6 ta r o C ° 0 4 ta lo b m ys iff e y gr e n e e l bi s s o p ts e b e h t e v e i hc a o t r e dr o n I . r e ht e g o r p s i h t r o f e r u t a r e p m e t g n i h s a w m u m i t p o e h t , y c n e i c g n i t t e s e m m a r g o r P 1 24 Programmes en Στύψιμο – –– (Rinse Hold) vario Speed Max. spin speed (rpm) 1 Max. temperat ure (°C) 1 Max. load (kg) n o i t p i r c s e D e m m a r g o r P . d e v a s s a w e m m a r g e b to n n a c d n a d e t a v it c a s i e r u t a r e p m e t g n i hs a w e hT . de g n a hc 0 0 21 0 4 8 r o n e n il , n o t t o c m o r f e da m s m e t i g n ir a e w - dr a h hs a W η σ υ λπ ό ρ π + ά ρε κ α βμ α Β . s c ir b a f de d n e lb ) hs a w e r P + n o tt o C( . yr d n u a l d e li o s y li v a e h r o f hs a w e r p h ti w e m m a r g o r P r o f r e w a r d t n e gr e te d e h t n e e w te b t n e gr e te d e h t e di v iD . hs a w n ia m e h t d n a hs a w e r p e ht 0 2 e ga P , " r e w a r d t n e gr e te D" → 0 0 21 0 4 4 . s c ir b a f de d n e l b r o c it e ht n y s m o r f e da m s m e t i hs a W ) e r a C- ys a E( ά κ ι τ ε θν υ Σ 0 0 21 0 4 4 r o c it e ht n y s r o , n e n il , n o t t o c m o r f e da m s m e t i hs a W ) x i M / k c iu Q( α τ κ ι ε μ άν Α . s c ir b a f de d n e lb . yr d n u a l d e li o s yl th gi l r o f e l b a ti u S – 0 08 0 3 2 e s o c s i v , k li s m o r f e da m s m e t i e l ba hs a w , e t a c il e d hs a W ) k li S / e n i F( ά τ ω ξ α τ ε Μ . s c it e ht n y s d n a . k li s r o s e t a c il e d r o f e l b a ti u s s i ta h t t n e gr e te d a e s U h ti w s m e ti r o s m e ti e t a c il e d yl l a ic e ps e hs a W : e to N . ga b yr d n u a l hs e m a n i s pi l c r o s t e l e y e , s ko o h – 0 0 8 0 3 2 m o r f e d a m e r a t a h t s m e t i e l b a h s a w - e n i h c a m r o - d n a H ) l o o W ( α ν ι λ λ άΜ . l o o w n i a t n o c r o lo o w s e v o m m u r d e h t , g n ik n ir h s m o r f yr d n u a l e h t t n e v e r p o T . s e s u a p g n o l h ti w yl t n e g yr e v s m e ti e ht . l o o w r o f e l b a ti u s s i ta h t t n e gr e te d a e s U – 0 0 21 – – e h t s n i a r d n e h t d n a , yr d n u a l e h t s n i p s n e h t d n a s e s n iR ) e s n i R( α μλ α γ βέ Ξ . r e t a w g n i t t e s e m m a r g o r P 1 25 en Programmes

Στύψιμο – –– (Rinse Hold) vario Speed Max. spin speed (rpm) 1 Max. temperat ure (°C) 1 Max. load (kg) n o i t p i r c s e D e m m a r g o r P – – 0 0 21 – – . r e t a w e h t s n i a r d d n a s n ip S / n ip S ( ησ η λτ ν Ά / ο μι ψ ύτ Σ n u a l e h T . 0 e t a v it c a , r e ta w e h t n i a r d o t t n a w yl n o u o y fI ) n i a r D . n u p s to n s i yr d 0 0 21 0 3 4 e da m s m e t i e s n e t n i- r u o l o c d n a d e r u o l o c - kr a d hs a W k r a D( s n a e J / α μ ω ρχ ό ρυ ο κ Σ . s n a e j . g. e , c ir b a f e r a c - ys a e r o n o tt o c m o r f ) hs a W . g n i hs a w e r o fe b tu o - e di s n i yr d n u a l n r u T . t n e g r e t e d d i u q i l e s U g n i t t e s e m m a r g o r P 1

26 Accessories en AccessoriesAccessories Only use original accessories. These have been made especially for your appli ance. Here you can find an overview of your appliance's accessories and how to use them. Use Order number

Water inlet hose extension Extend the water inlet hose for cold water or AquaStop (approx. 2.50 m). Fixing brackets Improves the stability of the ap pliance. Longer water inlet hose Replace the standard water in let hose with a longer hose (2.20 m). Elbow Secure the water outlet hose in place. WZ10131 WX975600 00353925 00655300

Liquid detergent insert Measure liquid detergent. 00637516 Before using for the first timeBefore using for the first time Prepare the appliance for use. Starting an empty washing cycle Your appliance was inspected thor oughly before leaving the factory. To remove any residual water, run the

first wash cycle without any laundry. Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. 1. Turn the programme selector to Βαμβακερά 90° . 2. Close the door. 3. Pull out the detergent drawer.

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4. Pour approx. 1 litre of tap water into compartment II. 5. Pour washing powder into com partment II. To prevent foaming, use only half of the amount of detergent recom mended by the detergent manufac turer for light soiling. Do not use detergent suitable for woollens or delicates. 6. Push in the detergent drawer. 7. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων (Start / Pause / Reload) to start the programme. a The display shows the remaining programme duration. a After the programme has ended, the display shows: "End" . 8. Start the first wash cycle or set the programme selector to Off to switch off the appliance. → "Basic operation", Page 31 LaundryLaundry You can wash all items that the man ufacturer has marked as machine washable on the care label and fab rics made from hand-washable wool using your appliance. Preparing the laundry ATTENTION! Objects remaining in the laundry may damage the laundry and the drum. ▶ Remove all items from any pock ets in your laundry before using the appliance. ▶ To protect your appliance and the laundry, prepare the laundry be forehand. – Empty all pockets – Brush sand out of all collars and pockets – Close bed covers and cushion covers – Close all zips, Velcro fasteners, hooks and eyes – Tie cloth belts and apron strings together or use a mesh laundry bag – Remove curtain hooks and lead strips or use a mesh laundry bag

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– Use a mesh laundry bag for small items of laundry such as children's socks – Separate items of laundry and shake them out – Wash large and small items of laundry together – Dab fresh stains with soapy wa ter (do not rub them) – Some stubborn or dried-in stains can be removed by washing several times Sorting laundry Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. Degrees of soiling ▶ To improve washing results and prevent discolouration, sort the laundry according to the following criteria before washing. – Type of fabric and fibre type – Whites – Colours Wash new coloured items separately the first time you wash them. – Soiling → Page 29 – Care symbols on the care labels → Page 29

Degree of soiling Soiling Examples

Light ◼ No dirt or stains are visible ◼ Laundry has absorbed odours Light summer clothing or sports clothing that has been worn for a just a few hours

Normal Dirt or light stains are visible ◼ T-shirts, shirts or blouses are sweat-soaked or have been worn a few times ◼ Towels or bedding that has been used for up to one week Heavy Dirt or stains are clearly visible Tea towels, baby items or work clothing Care symbols on the care labels The symbols indicate the recommended programme and the numbers in the symbols indicate the maximum recommended washing temperature. Symbol Washing process Recommended programme Normal Cottons Gentle Easy Care Particularly gentle Delicates/Silk for washing by hand Hand wash Wool 29 en Detergents and care products Symbol Washing process Recommended programme Not suitable for machine-washing –

Tip: You can find more information about care symbols at gine tex.ch. Detergents and care productsDetergents and care products You can protect your appliance and your laundry by selecting and using the correct detergents and care products. You can use all detergents and care products which are suitable for domestic washing machines. Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. Detergent recommendation The manufacturer's instructions for use and dosage can be found on the packaging. Notes ◼ Only use liquid detergents that are self-flowing ◼ Do not mix different liquid deter gents ◼ Do not mix detergent and fabric softener ◼ Do not use products which have developed a top layer or are highly congealed ◼ Do not use products containing solvents, caustic agents or volatile substances (e.g. bleach) ◼ Use dyes sparingly as salt may damage stainless steel ◼ Do not use bleaching agents in the appliance

This information helps you to choose the right detergent for your fabrics. Detergent Fabrics Programme Temperature

Standard detergent with op tical brighteners Detergent for colours without bleach or optical brighteners Detergent for colours/delic ates without optical bright eners Heat-resistant white fabrics made from cotton or linen Coloured fabrics made from linen or cotton Coloured fabrics made from easy-care fibres or synthetic materials Cottons From cold up to 90 °C Cottons From cold up to 60 °C Easy Care From cold up to 60 °C

Detergent for delicates Delicate fabrics made from silk or viscose Delicates/Silk From cold up to 40 °C

Detergent for woollens Wool Wool From cold up to 40 °C Tip: Visit cleanright.eu to find further information on detergents, care products and cleaning agents for domestic use. 30 Basic operation en

Detergent dosage Use the correct detergent dosage to achieve optimal washing results and save resources. The detergent dosage depends on: ◼ The amount of laundry ◼ Degree of soiling Water hardness ◼ Water hardness You can find out how hard your water is from your local water com pany or measure it yourself using a water hardness tester.

Hardness range Total hardness in mmol/l German degrees in °dH soft (I) 0–1.5 0–8.4 medium (II) 1.5– 2.5 8.4–14 hard (III) over 2.5 over 14 Example of a manufacturer's instructions for detergent These example values refer to a standard load of 4–5 kg. Soiling Light Normal Heavy Water hardness: Soft/medium 40 ml 55 ml 80 ml Water hardness: Hard/very hard 55 ml 80 ml 105 ml The dosages can be found on the manufacturer's packaging. ◼ Adjust the dosage to the actual load. operationBasic operation You can find out everything you need to know about operating your appli ance here.

Switching on the appliance ▶ Turn the programme selector to a programme. Setting a programme 1. Set the programme selector to the required programme → Page 24.

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2. If necessary, adjust the pro gramme settings → Page 32. Adjusting the programme set tings Depending on the programme and programme progress, you can adjust or activate/deactivate the settings. Note: Overview of all programme set tings: → "Buttons", Page 23 Requirement: A programme has been set. ▶ Adjust the programme settings. The programme settings are not saved permanently for the pro gramme. Loading laundry Notes ◼ Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sec tions to ensure that you use the appliance safely. ◼ To prevent creasing, take note of the maximum load for the relevant programme → Page 24. Requirement: Prepare and sort the laundry. → "Laundry", Page 28 1. Open the door. 2. Ensure that the drum is empty. 3. Separate the laundry and place it in the drum. 4. Note: Ensure that there is no laun dry trapped in the door. Close the door. Using a measuring aid for liquid detergent If you order the measuring aid as an accessory, you must use the measur ing aid. 1. Press down on the insert and re move the detergent drawer. 1 2 2. Insert the measuring aid.

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3. Insert the detergent drawer. Adding detergent and care product Notes ◼ Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sec tions to ensure that you use the appliance safely. ◼ Do not use the measuring aid for liquid detergent for gel detergents, washing powder, or if Prewash or "Ready in" time are activated. Requirement: Find out the optimum dosage for detergent and care product. → Page 30 1. Pull out the detergent drawer. 2. Pour in detergent. → "Detergent drawer", Page 20 3. If required, add the care product. 4. Push in the detergent drawer. Starting the programme Note: If you want to change the time until the programme ends, set the "Ready in" time first. ▶ Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. a The drum rotates and load detec tion takes place. This can take up to 2 minutes, after which water enters the drum. a The display shows either the pro gramme duration or the "Ready in" time. a After the programme has ended, the display shows: "End" . Adjusting the "Ready in" time before the programme starts You can readjust the selected "Ready in" time before the programme starts. 1. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. 2. Press Λήξη σε repeatedly until the display indicates the desired "Ready in" time. 3. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. Soaking laundry You can soak the laundry before washing in the appliance by pausing the programme. Note: No additional detergent is re quired. The washing solution is then used for washing. 1. Start the programme. 2. To pause the programme, after ap prox. 10 minutes, press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. 3. To resume the programme, after the desired soaking time, press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων.

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Adding laundry Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. 1. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. The appliance is paused and checks whether it is possible to add or remove laundry. Take note of the programme status. → "Display", Page 21 2. Add or remove laundry. 3. Close the door. 4. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. Cancelling the programme Once the programme has started, you can cancel it at any time. Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. 1. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. 2. Open the door. The appliance door remains locked for safety reasons if the temperature and water levels are high. – If the temperature is high, start the Ξέβγαλμα programme. – If the water level is high: Start the Στύψιμο or Άντληση pro gramme. 3. Remove the laundry. Resuming the programme when the programme status is Rinse Hold 1. Set the Στύψιμο or Άντληση pro gramme. 2. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. Unloading the laundry Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. 1. Open the door. 2. Remove the laundry. Switching off the appliance 1. Turn the programme selector to Off . 2. Turn off the tap.

34 Childproof lock en 3. Wipe the rubber gasket dry and re move any foreign objects. 4. Leave the door and detergent drawer open so that residual water can evaporate. Childproof lockChildproof lock Secure your appliance against being operated unintentionally using the controls. Activating the childproof lock ▶ Press and hold the two 3 δευτ. buttons for approx. 3 seconds. a The display shows . a The controls are locked. a The childproof lock remains active even after the appliance has been switched off. Deactivating the childproof lock Requirement: To deactivate the childproof lock, the appliance must be switched on. ▶ Press and hold the two 3 δευτ. buttons for approx. 3 seconds. So that the programme currently running is not cancelled, the pro gramme selector must be set to the initial programme. a goes out in the display. 35 en Basic settings Basic settingsBasic settings You can configure the appliance to meet your needs. Overview of the basic settings Below is an overview of the basic settings on your appliance.

Basic setting Programme pos ition Value Description

End signal 2 0 (off) 1 (quiet) 2 (medium) 3 (loud) 4 (very loud) Button signal 3 0 (off) 1 (quiet) 2 (medium) 3 (loud) 4 (very loud) Changing the basic settings 1. Set the programme selector to po sition 1. Set the volume of the signal at the end of the programme. The volume of the audible signal emitted when the buttons are pressed.

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2. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων and, at the same time, turn the programme selector to po sition 2. a The display shows the current value. 3. Set the programme selector to the required position. → "Overview of the basic settings", Page 36 4. To change the value, press Λήξη σε . 5. To save the changes, switch off the appliance. Cleaning and servicingCleaning and servicing To keep your appliance working effi ciently for a long time, it is important to clean and maintain it carefully. Tips on appliance care Follow the tips for appliance care to ensure your appliance works cor rectly in the long term. Cleaning the drum If you often wash at a washing tem perature of 40 °C and lower or the appliance has not been used for a long period, clean the drum. ▶ Run the Βαμβακερά 90° pro gramme without laundry. Add washing powder. Cleaning the detergent drawer Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. 1. Pull out the detergent drawer. 2. Press down on the insert and re move the detergent drawer. 1

Wipe down the hous ing and the control panel with nothing but water and a damp cloth. Remove all detergent residue, spray residue or other residues im mediately. Keep the appliance door and detergent drawer open after use. The appliance parts remain clean and hy gienic. Fresh deposits are easier to remove without leaving any residue. This allows the resid ual water to dry, redu cing odours in the ap pliance. 2 3. Press out the insert upwards from below.

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4. Clean the detergent drawer and in sert with water and a brush, and then dry them. 5. Fit the insert and lock it into place. 6. Cleaning the opening for the deter gent drawer. 7. Push in the detergent drawer. Descaling If you add detergent correctly, you do not need to descale your appliance. If you still wish to use descaler, follow the manufacturer's instructions for use. ATTENTION! The use of unsuitable descaling agents, e.g. for coffee machines, may damage the appliance. ▶ For this appliance, only use de scaling agents that are available from the manufacturer's website or our after-sales service. Cleaning the drain pump Clean the drain pump in the event of faults, e.g. blockages or rattling noises. Emptying the drain pump Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. 1. Turn off the water tap. 2. Switch off the appliance. 3. Disconnect the appliance's mains plug from the power supply. 4. Open the maintenance flap. 5. Remove the maintenance flap.

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6. Push a receptacle under the open ing. 7. Take the drain hose out of the holder. 8. CAUTION - Risk of scalding! When you wash at high temperat ures, the detergent solution gets hot. ▶ Do not touch the hot detergent solution. To allow the detergent solution to flow out into the container, remove the sealing cap. 9. Firmly press on the sealing cap. 10.Insert the drain hose into the holder.

39 en Cleaning and servicing Cleaning the drain pump 2 Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. 1 Requirement: The drain pump is 1 empty. → Page 38 1. Since water may remain in the drain pump, remove the pump cap

carefully. 2. Clean the interior, the thread on the pump cap and the pump hous ing. 3. Make sure that the impeller in the drain pump can be rotated. 4. Insert the pump cap and screw it on. 90° The handle on the pump cap must be in a vertical position. 5. Insert the maintenance flap and lock it into place. 6. Close the maintenance flap. Before the next wash To prevent unused detergent from flowing straight into the outlet in the next wash, run the Άντληση pro gramme after you have emptied the drain pump. 1. Turn on the tap. 2. Insert the mains plug. 3. Switch on the appliance. 4. Pour 1 litre of water into compart ment II. 5. Start the Άντληση programme. Cleaning the water outlet hose at the siphon If the water outlet hose at the siphon is dirty or the detergent solution is not being pumped out, you must clean these. 1. Switch off the appliance. 2. Disconnect the appliance's mains plug from the power supply. 3. Loosen the hose clamp and care fully remove the water outlet hose.

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Residual water may leak out. 4. Clean the water outlet hose and si phon connecting piece. 5. Reattach the water outlet hose and secure the connection point using the hose clamp. Clean the water inlet filters. Clean the filter in the water inlet in the event of blockages or if the water pressure is too low. Emptying the water inlet hose 1. Turn off the tap. 2. Set a programme, except for Ξέβγαλμα , Στύψιμο or Άντληση . 3. Start the programme and leave it to run for approx. 40 seconds. 4. Switch off the appliance. 5. Disconnect the appliance's mains plug from the power supply. Cleaning the filter on the tap Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. Requirement: The water inlet hose is empty. 1. Remove the water inlet hose from the tap. 2. Clean the filter with a small brush.

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3. Connect the water inlet hose and check for leaks. Cleaning the filter on the appliance Note: Please read the information in the Safety → Page 4 and Preventing material damage → Page 11 sections to ensure that you use the appliance safely. Requirement: The water inlet hose is empty. → "Emptying the water inlet hose", Page 41 1. Disconnect the hose from the rear of the appliance. 1 2 2. Use pliers to remove the filter. 3. Clean the filter with a small brush. 4. Reinsert the filter. 5. Connect the hose and check for leaks.

42 Cleaning and servicing en 2 1 43 en Troubleshooting TroubleshootingTroubleshooting You can rectify minor faults on your appliance yourself. Read the troubleshoot ing information before contacting after-sales service. This will avoid unneces sary costs. WARNING Risk of electric shock! Improper repairs are dangerous. ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff. ▶ Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance. ▶ If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, the manufacturer's Customer Service or a similarly qualified person in order to prevent any risk. Error code / Fault display / Signal Fault Cause troubleshooting

The display goes out and Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων flashes. Energy-saving mode is act ive ▶ Press any button. a The symbol lights up again.

"E:36 / -10" Drain pipe or water outlet hose is blocked. Drain pipe or water drain hose is caught or jammed. ▶ Clean the drain pipe and the water outlet hose. ▶ Ensure that the drain pipe and wa ter drain hose are not kinked or trapped.

Drain pump is blocked. ▶ → "Cleaning the drain pump", Page 38

The water outlet hose is con nected too high. ▶ Install the water outlet hose at a maximum height of 1 metre. → "Technical specifications", Page 55

"E:36 / -25 / -26" Drain pump is blocked. ▶ → "Cleaning the drain pump", Page 38

"E:60 / -2B" The unbalanced load detec tion system has interrupted the spin cycle because the laundry is unevenly distrib uted. ▶ Redistribute the laundry in the drum. Note: Where possible, mix large and small items in the drum. Different sized items of laundry distribute themselves better during the spin cycle.

The water pressure is low. No remedial action possible. 44 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting

The filters in the water inflow are blocked. ▶ Clean the filters in the water inflow → Page 41.

The tap is turned off. ▶ Turn on the tap.

The water inlet hose is kinked or jammed. ▶ Ensure that the water inlet hose is not kinked or jammed.

lights up. The temperature is too high. ▶ Wait until the temperature has dropped. ▶ → "Cancelling the programme", Page 34 Water level is too high. ▶ Start the Άντληση programme.

Laundry is caught in the door. 1. Open the door again. 2. Remove any trapped laundry. 3. Close the door. 4. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων to start the programme.

flashes. Door is not closed. 1. Close the door. 2. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων to start the programme. All other error codes. Malfunction ▶ Call the after-sales service. → "Customer Service", Page 53 Malfunctions Fault Cause troubleshooting

The appliance is not work ing. The mains plug of the power cord is not plugged in. ▶ Connect the appliance to the power supply.

The circuit breaker is faulty. ▶ Check the circuit breaker in the fuse box. There has been a power cut. ▶ Check whether the lighting in your kitchen or other appliances are working.

The programme does not start. You have not pressed Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. ▶ Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων.

Door is not closed. 1. Close the door. 2. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων to start the programme. Childproof lock is activated. ▶ → "Deactivating the childproof lock", Page 35 45 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting

The programme does not start. Λήξη σε is activated. ▶ Check whether Λήξη σε is activ ated. → "Buttons", Page 23

Laundry is caught in the door. 1. Open the door again. 2. Remove any trapped laundry. 3. Close the door. 4. Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων to start the programme.

The door cannot be opened. – –– is activated. ▶ Continue the programme by select ing Στύψιμο or Άντληση and pressing Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. → "Resuming the programme when the programme status is Rinse Hold", Page 34 The temperature is too high. ▶ Wait until the temperature has dropped. ▶ → "Cancelling the programme", Page 34 Water level is too high. ▶ Start the Άντληση programme. Power failure. ▶ Open the door using the emergency release. → "Emergency release", Page 51

The water is not draining. Drain pipe or water outlet hose is blocked. Drain pipe or water drain hose is caught or jammed. ▶ Clean the drain pipe and the water outlet hose. ▶ Ensure that the drain pipe and wa ter drain hose are not kinked or trapped.

Drain pump is blocked. ▶ → "Cleaning the drain pump", Page 38 – –– is activated. ▶ Continue the programme by select ing Στύψιμο or Άντληση and pressing Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. → "Resuming the programme when the programme status is Rinse Hold", Page 34

The water outlet hose is con nected too high. ▶ Install the water outlet hose at a maximum height of 1 metre. → "Technical specifications", Page 55

46 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting

Water is not flowing in. De tergent is not being dis pensed. You have not pressed Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. The filters in the water inflow are blocked. ▶ Press Έναρξη / Προσθήκη ρούχων. ▶ Clean the filters in the water inflow → Page 41.

The tap is turned off. ▶ Turn on the tap.

The spin cycle runs several times. The programme duration changes during the wash cycle. No water is visible in the drum. Drum jerks after the pro gramme starts. Residual water is present in The water inlet hose is kinked or jammed. The unbalanced load detec tion system eliminates an im balance by repeatedly redis tributing the laundry. The programme operation is optimised electronically. This may change the pro gramme duration. The unbalanced load detec tion system eliminates an im balance by repeatedly redis tributing the laundry. Foam detection system switches on a rinse cycle if foam build-up is too high. Water is below the visible area. This is caused by an internal motor test. ▶ Ensure that the water inlet hose is not kinked or jammed. ▶ Not a fault – no action required. Note: When loading, where possible, place large and small items of laundry together in the drum. Different sized items of laundry distribute themselves better during the spin cycle. ▶ Not a fault – no action required. ▶ Not a fault – no action required. Note: When loading, where possible, place large and small items of laundry together in the drum. Different sized items of laundry distribute themselves better during the spin cycle. ▶ Not a fault – no action required. ▶ Not a fault – no action required. ▶ Not a fault – no action required. ▶ → "Cleaning the detergent drawer",

the compartment .Insert in compartment is blocked. Page 37

Vibrations and movement of the appliance whilst spin ning. Appliance is not correctly aligned. The appliance feet are not fixed. Transit bolts have not been removed. ▶ Aligning the appliance ▶ Secure the appliance feet. Aligning the appliance ▶ Removing the transit bolts

47 en Troubleshooting Fault Cause troubleshooting

Drum does not turn, water does not flow in. Load detection is active. ▶ Not a fault – no action required. Note: The load detection can take up to two minutes. Heavy foam build-up Detergent dosage is too high. Noise ▶ Immediate measure: Mix one table spoon of fabric softener with 0.5 litres of water and pour the mixture into the left-hand compartment (not for outdoor clothing, sportswear or items stuffed with down). ▶ Reduce the amount of detergent for the next washing cycle with the same load.

Fault Cause troubleshooting

Rushing, hissing noise. Water is flushed under pres sure into the detergent drawer. ▶ Not a fault – normal operating noise.

Loud noises during the spin cycle. Banging noises, rattling in the drain pump. Slurping, rhythmical suction noise. Problem with results Appliance is not correctly aligned. The appliance feet are not fixed. Transit bolts have not been removed. Foreign bodies have got into the drain pump. The drain pump is active, the detergent solution is pumped out. ▶ Aligning the appliance ▶ Secure the appliance feet. Aligning the appliance ▶ Removing the transit bolts ▶ → "Cleaning the drain pump", Page 38 ▶ Not a fault – normal operating noise.

Fault Cause troubleshooting Creasing. The spin speed is too high. ▶ The next time you run a wash cycle, set a lower spin speed. The load is too large. ▶ The next time you run a wash cycle, reduce the amount of laundry being loaded. 48 Troubleshooting en Fault Cause troubleshooting

Creasing. The wrong programme is se lected for the type of fabric. ▶ Select the programmes that are suitable for the type of fabric. → "Programmes", Page 24

Detergent or fabric softener drips off the seal and col lects on the door or in the seal fold. Too much detergent/fabric softener in the detergent drawer. ▶ When dosing liquid detergent and fabric softener, observe the mark ing in the detergent drawer and do not dose above this.

The spin result is not satis factory. The laundry is too wet/too damp. A low spin speed is selected. ▶ The next time you run a wash cycle, set a higher spin speed. ▶ Start the Στύψιμο programme.

Detergent residue on the damp washing. Detergent residue on the dry laundry. Leakage The unbalanced load detec tion system has interrupted the spin cycle because the laundry is unevenly distrib uted. Detergents may contain wa ter-insoluble substances that deposit on the laundry. Detergents may contain wa ter-insoluble substances that deposit on the laundry. ▶ Redistribute the laundry in the drum. Note: Where possible, mix large and small items in the drum. Different sized items of laundry distribute themselves better during the spin cycle. ▶ Start the Στύψιμο programme. ▶ Start the Ξέβγαλμα programme. ▶ Brush out the laundry after washing and drying.

Fault Cause troubleshooting

Water is leaking out at the water inlet hose. Water is leaking out at the water outlet hose. Water inlet hose is not cor rectly/securely connected. The water outlet hose is damaged. Water outlet hose is not con nected correctly. 1. Connect the water supply hose cor rectly. Connecting the water inlet hose 2. Tighten the screw connection. ▶ Replace the damaged water outlet hose. ▶ Connect the water outlet hose cor rectly. Water outlet connection types

49 en Troubleshooting Odours Fault Cause troubleshooting

Odours have formed in the appliance. Humidity and detergent residue may promote the formation of bacteria. ▶ → "Cleaning the drum", Page 37 ▶ If you are not using the appliance, leave the door and detergent drawer open so that residual water can evaporate.

50 Transportation, storage and disposal en

Emergency release To remove the laundry in the event of a power failure, for example, you can manually release the door. Releasing the door Requirement: The drain pump is empty. → Page 38 1. ATTENTION! Escaping water may cause material damage. ▶ Do not open the door if you can see water through the glass. Pull the emergency release down wards with a tool and release. a The door lock is released. 2. Insert the maintenance flap and lock it into place. 3. Close the maintenance flap. Transportation, storage and disposalTransportation, storage and disposal You can find out here how to prepare your appliance for transportation and storage. You will also find out how to dispose of old appliances. Removing the appliance 1. Turn off the tap. 2. → "Emptying the water inlet hose", Page 41. 3. Switch off the appliance. 4. Unplug the appliance's mains plug. 5. Drain the remaining detergent solution. → "Cleaning the drain pump", Page 38 6. Detach the hoses. Inserting the transit bolts Secure the appliance for transporta tion using transit bolts in order to pre vent damage. 1. Remove the four cover caps. ‒ If necessary, use a screwdriver to remove the cover caps. Keep the cover caps. 2. Insert the four sleeves. 3. Insert all screws into the four transit bolts and tighten slightly.

51 en Transportation, storage and disposal

4. Insert the power cord into the holder and tighten all four screws for the transit bolts with a WAF 13 wrench . 1 2 5. Insert the hose into holder. Using the appliance again 1. Remove the transit bolts. 2. Pour approx. 1 litre of water into compartment II in the detergent drawer. 3. Start the Άντληση programme. a The unused detergent cannot flow straight into the outlet during the next wash. Disposing of old appliance Valuable raw materials can be re used by recycling. WARNING Risk of harm to health! Children can lock themselves in the appliance, thereby putting their lives at risk. ▶ Do not install the appliance behind a door as this may obstruct the ap pliance door or prevent it from opening. ▶ With redundant appliances, unplug the power cord. Then cut through the cord and damage the lock on the appliance door beyond repair so that the appliance door will no longer close. 1. Unplug the appliance from the mains. 2. Cut through the power cord. 3. Dispose of the appliance in an en vironmentally friendly manner. This appliance is labelled in ac cordance with European Direct ive 2012/19/EU concerning used electrical and electronic appliances (waste electrical and electronic equipment - WEEE). The guideline determines the framework for the return and re cycling of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU.

52 Customer Service en

Customer ServiceCustomer Service If you have any queries on use, are unable to rectify faults on the appli ance yourself or if your appliance needs to be repaired, contact Cus tomer Service. You can solve many problems your self by consulting the information on eliminating faults in this instruction manual or on our website. If this is not the case, contact our Customer Service. We will always find an appropriate solution and try to avoid unnecessary visits being made by a Customer Ser vice technician. With any warranty claims we will make sure that your appliance is re paired by trained Customer Service technicians using original spare parts, including after the manufac turer's warranty has expired. For safety reasons repairs to the ap pliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff. The warranty claim becomes void if repairs or in terventions have been carried out by persons not authorised by us for that purpose or if our appliances have been fitted with spare, supplementary or accessory parts that were not genuine parts and then resulted in a defect. Function-relevant genuine spare parts according to the corresponding Eco design Order can be obtained from Customer Service for a period of at least 10 years from the date on which your appliance was placed on the market within the European Eco nomic Area. Note: Under the terms of the manu facturer's warranty the use of Cus tomer Service is free of charge. Detailed information on the warranty period and terms of warranty in your country is available from our Cus tomer Service, your retailer or on our website. If you contact Customer Service, you will require the product number (E Nr.) and the production number (FD) of your appliance. The contact details for Customer Ser vice can be found in the enclosed Customer Service directory or on our website. Product number (E-Nr.) and pro duction number (FD) You can find the product number (E Nr.) and the production number (FD) on the appliance's rating plate. Depending on the model, the rating plate is located: ◼ On the inside of the door. ◼ On the inside of the maintenance flap. ◼ On the rear of the appliance. Make a note of your appliance's de tails and the Customer Service tele phone number to find them again quickly.

53 en Consumption values Consumption valuesConsumption values The following information is given according to the EU-Ecodesign-Regulation. The values given for programs other than the Eco 40-60 are indicative only and have been determined in accordance with the applicable standard EN60456.

Programme Load (kg) Pro gramme duration (hr:min)1 Energy con sump tion (kWh/ cycle)1 Water con sump tion (l/ cycle)1 Max imum temper ature (°C) 5 mins1 Spin speed (rpm)1 Resid ual mois ture (%)1

Eco 40-6028,0 3:29 1,048 65,0 46 1200 50 Eco 40-6024,0 2:43 0,561 45,0 37 1200 52 Eco 40-6022,0 2:33 0,223 33,0 24 1200 58

Βαμβακερά 20 °C Βαμβακερά 40 °C Βαμβακερά 60 °C Βαμβακερά + πρόπλυση 40 °C 8,0 3:14 0,350 85,0 23 1200 58 8,0 3:14 1,170 85,0 44 1200 58 8,0 3:14 1,440 85,0 56 1200 58 8,0 3:44 1,200 85,0 44 1200 58

Συνθετικά 40 °C 4.0 2:29 0,770 63,0 43 1200 30 Ανάμεικτα 40 °C 4.0 1:00 0,620 44,0 41 1200 60 Μάλλινα 30 °C 2.0 0:41 0,220 40,0 22 800 25 1Due to the influence of water pressure, hardness and inlet temperature, ambient temperature, type, amount and soiling of laundry, detergent used, fluctuations in the power supply and the se lected additional functions, the actual values may deviate from the stated values. 2Test programme in accordance with the EU Ecodesign Directive and the EU Energy Labelling Reg ulation with cold water (15 °C).

Technical specificationsTechnical specifications Maximum load capa city 8 kg

Facts and figures for your appliance Mains voltage 220 - 240 V, 50 Hz

can be found here. Appliance height 85,0 cm Minimum installa tion protection 10 A

Appliance width 60,0 cm Appliance depth 55,0 cm Weight 65 - 70 kg1 1Depending on the appliance specifications Rated power 2300 W 1Depending on the appliance specifications

54 Technical specifications en Power consumption ◼ Off mode: 0,12 W ◼ Left-on mode: 0,50 W Water pressure ◼ Minimum: 100 kPa (1 bar) ◼ Maximum: 1000 kPa (10 bar)

Length of the water in let hose Length of the water outlet hose Length of the power cord 150 cm 150 cm 210 cm

Max. draining height 100 cm

Minimum draining height 60 cm

1Depending on the appliance specifications More information about your model can be found online at en ergylabel.bsh-group.com1. This web address is linked to the official EU EPREL product database. At the time of printing its web address had not yet been published. Please then fol low the instructions on searching for models. The model identifier is made up of the characters before the slash in the product number (E-Nr.) on the rating plate. Alternatively you can also find the model identifier in the first line of the EU energy label. 1Only applies to countries in the European Economic Area 55 BSH Hausgeräte GmbH Carl-Wery-Straße 34 81739 München GERMANY siemens-home.bsh-group.com Manufactured by BSH Hausgeräte GmbH under Trademark License of Siemens AG *9001507286* 9001507286 (000204) en


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