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PHILIPS PE1642 Owner's Manual
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Keep this userâs manual with your washing machine. If you sell your washing machine or give it away, make sure that it is accompanied by its userâs manual. The new user can then be informed of how the washing machine operates and read relevant warnings. These warnings have been written for your safety and for the safety of others. Please read these comments carefully before installing and using your washing machine. Thank you for your attention.
â¢ When you receive your washing machine, unpack it or have it unpacked immediately. Check its general appearance. Make any reserves in writing on the delivery form and keep a copy. â¢ Your washing machine was designed for use by adults. Make sure that children do not touch it or use it as a toy. â¢ Do not modify or attempt to modify the characteristics of this washing machine. This could be dangerous for you. â¢ Your washing machine is intended for normal domestic use. Do not use it for commercial or industrial purposes of for any purpose other than that for which it was designed : to wash, to rince and to spin. â¢ Unplug the power suplly plug and close the water supply tap every time after using your washing machine. â¢ Only wash articles that can resist machine washing. Refer to the instructions on the label for each article. â¢ Do not wash underwear with bones, or any material without hems, or torn materials in your washing machine. â¢ Remember to remove all coins, safety pins, boraches, screws, etc., before each wash. They can cause serious damage if they are left in your washing. â¢ Do not put articles in your washing machine if you have used a solvent, alcohol, trichloroethylene, etc., to remove stains from them. If you must use these stain removers, wait until the product has evaporated before putting the articles in the drum. â¢ Collect all small articles such as socks, belts, etc., in a small cloth bag or pillow case. â¢ Use the quantity of detergent indicated in the Â«proportioning of detergentsÂ» section.