DON'T FORGET : ALWAYS READ THE USER GUIDE BEFORE BUYING !!!
We hope that this user guide will be useful to you.
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Manual abstract: user guide
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Levelling the machine correctly will provide it with stability, help to avoid vibrations and excessive noise and prevent it from shifting while it is operating. If it is placed on carpet or a rug, adjust the feet in such a way as to allow a sufficient ventilation space underneath the Washer-dryer. Connecting the electricity and water supplies
Connecting the water inlet hose
Unpacking and levelling
1. Make sure that the Washer-dryer has not been damaged during the transportation process. [. . . ] Hanger dry: ideal for clothes which do not need to be dried fully; "A2" appears on the display. Cupboard dry: suitable for laundry which can be put back in a cupboard without being ironed; "A3" appears on the display. Extra dry: suitable for garments which need to be dried completely, such as sponges and bathrobes "A4"; appears on the display. 8
If your laundry load to be washed and dried is much greater than the maximum stated load (see adjacent table), perform the wash cycle, and when the cycle is complete, divide the garments into groups and put some of them back in the drum. Wash cycles and options
Table of wash cycles
Max. Load (kg) Eco Time Fabric Normal softener Cycle duration
Description of the wash cycle
Daily 1 White Cotton: extremely soiled whites. 90Â° 60Â° 40Â° 60Â° 40Â° 50Â° 40Â° 30Â° 40Â° 30Â° 30Â° 30Â°
1200 1200 1200 1200 1200 800 600 0 800 600 600 600
7 7 7 7 7 3
3, 5 3, 5 2
The duration of the wash cycles can be checked on the display. 2 pairs
11 Cotton 12 Synthetics 13 Express Wash & Dry Partial wash cycles
1200 1200 1200 0
5 3 0, 5
Rinse Spin Drain
7 7 7
The information contained in the table is intended as a guide only. For all Test Institutes: 1) Test wash cycle in compliance with regulation EN 50229: set wash cycle 1 with a temperature of 60Â°C. 2) Long wash cycle for cottons: set wash cycle 1 with a temperature of 40Â°C. 3) Short wash cycle for cottons: set wash cycle 3 with a temperature of 40Â°C. Sport Shoes (wash cycle 10): is for washing sports shoes; for best results, do not wash more than 2 pairs simultaneously. Express Wash & Dry (wash cycle 13) was designed to wash and dry lightly soiled garments quickly. Load balancing system
Before every spin cycle, to avoid excessive vibrations and to distribute the load in a uniform manner, the drum rotates continuously at a speed which is slightly greater than the washing rotation speed. If, after several attempts, the load is not balanced correctly, the machine spins at a reduced spin speed. If the load is excessively unbalanced, the Washer-dryer performs the distribution process instead of spinning. To encourage improved load distribution and balance, we recommend small and large garments are mixed in the load. Preparing the laundry
â¢ Divide the laundry according to: - the type of fabric/the symbol on the label - the colours: separate coloured garments from whites. Â¢ Do not exceed the listed values, which refer to the weight of the laundry when dry: Durable fabrics: max. 1 1 1 1 1
sheet 400-500 g pillow case 150-200 g tablecloth 400-500 g bathrobe 900-1200 g towel 150-250 g
Special wash cycles
Wool: all wool garments can be washed using programme 5, even those carrying the "hand-wash label. For best results, use special only" detergents and do not exceed 1, 5 kg of laundry. We recommend the use of special detergent which has been designed to wash delicate clothes. [. . . ] The "option" indicator lights and the â¢ Switch off the machine and unplug it, wait for approximately 1 minute "start/pause" indicator light flash and then switch it back on again. Â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ â¢ The appliance is not plugged into the socket, or not enough to make contact. Service
Before calling for Assistance: â¢ Check whether you can solve the problem alone (see âTroubleshootingâ); â¢ Restart the programme to check whether the problem has been solved; â¢ If this is not the case, contact an authorised Technical Assistance Centre using the telephone number provided on the guarantee certificate. Have the following information to hand: â¢ the type of problem; â¢ the appliance model (Mod. [. . . ]