Exactly as described, the full user-manual (145 pages). Perfect.
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Operating instructions 1. Place the laundry in the drum
Lift up the lid of the machine. Open the drum with your two hands by pressing the button A and the two flapdoors till they disengage. Introduce the laundry into the drum ; close the drum and the lid of the machine.
5. Press the half load pushbutton " " or/and the rinse hold pushbutton " " if required. 6. Select the temperature
Choose the temperature which corresponds to the chosen programme on the basis of the type of laundry and the fastness of the colours.
7. Select the programme
Choose the programme according to the nature and the degree of soil of the laundry. Turn the programme selector clockwise to select the chosen programme.
Be careful : before closing the lid of your machine, make sure that the drum flapdoors are correctly closed : the two flapdoors fastened, the button A pressed out.
8. Starting of the programme
The ON/OFF pushbutton " " enables to switch on your machine: the control lamp illuminates and the programme starts.
2. Measure out the detergent
Measure out the amount of detergent recommended by the manufacturer in the main wash compartment ( ) If you wish to carry out a prewash, pour the amount required into the prewash compartment ( ). Do not exceed the MAX level.
9. At the end of the programme
When the selected programme is over, the machine stops "I" for all automatically. The timer knob stops on the position the programmes and the control lamp extinguishes. If the rinse hold pushbutton " " is selected, the washing programmes (cotton or synthetics) end by a rinse hold in order to avoid the formation of creases. The control lamp remains illuminated. You can then finish these programmes by a spin (by releasing the rinse hold pushbutton " ") or by a drain (by depressing the ON/OFF pushbutton " " and by choosing the programme P). After each wash, depress the ON/OFF pushbutton " ". Press off the other pushbuttons if necessary ; unplug the machine from the wall socket ; turn off the water tap. Leave the drum and the lid open in order to air the washing machine.
3. Add the bleach agent
You may use a bleach agent on cotton programmes. However, make sure that the fabric withstands the treatment. Make sure that the level of the liquid never exceeds the MAX level.
4. Add the fabric softener
Pour the softener, if required, into the compartment marked . Do not exceed the MAX level.
HINTS AND TIPS
You are advised not to leave your laundry too long, especially when damp. Damp laundry produces moult and unpleasant smells. Moult stains cannot be removed. Sort your laundry. Study carefully the chart in this booklet explaining the symbols used on clothes labels (see page 6). The following points are particularly important : - a line under the bowl means that the garment cannot be washed using programmes for resistant fabrics such as cotton and linen; - do not mix coloured garments with whites; - anticrease materials like polyester/cotton should be treated as synthetics; - non-resistant fabrics like acrylic and most curtain materials should be treated as delicate fabrics; - the wool programme is designed specifically for pure new wool. Other types of wool and wool mixtures may shrink or felt if machine-washed. Woollen garments should be spun briefly immediately after washing. Temperatures We suggest that white cotton and linen, if it is not excessively soiled, can be washed at 60Â° instead of 90Â°C. There should be no reduction in performance, but there will be an energy saving of approximately 30%. The same applies to a lesser extent to fast coloured garments. They usually require a temperature of 60Â°C but if they are not excessively dirty, you will have satisfactory results at 40Â°C. Garments with non-fast colours should not be washed at temperatures above 40Â°C. If fast and non-fast colours are washed together, they should be treated as non-fast colours and therefore the temperature should not exceed 40Â°C. Resistant white and coloured synthetics can normally be washed at 60Â°C but also in this case 40Â°C is sufficient if the laundry is not excessively dirty. Delicate synthetics, synthetics with non-fast colours and woollen garments must never be washed above 40Â°C. As you already know, your washing machine can also wash with cold water. However, it must be remembered that the detergents currently on the market have not been designed for cold washes and that in winter, when the water is very cold,
Prewash they may not dissolve adequately. Prewash is not normally necessary. Your new washing ma- We suggest the use of liquid detergents. chine combined with modern detergents will give perfect How much laundry can be washed in one load? washing results without prewash, thus saving energy, time, Strictly speaking you should always weigh your laundry. water and detergent. The drum will take a maximum of 5 kg of cotton and linen. For However, when the laundry is particularly dirty (for instance if synthetics and delicate fabrics, the maximum load is 2,5 kg you have to wash mechanics' overalls or butchers' aprons), and for wool, 1 kg. you are advised to use prewash with a biological detergent. -5-