User manual SMEG LBW362PCIT

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[. . . ] This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision. Note:For softcopy of this user manual, please contact following address: “washingmachine@standardtest. info”. In your e-mail, please provide the model name and serial number (20 digits) which you can find on the appliance door. EN -5- CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (CORRECT USAGE) • Definitely read the user’s manual. • Please check the packaging of your machine before installation, and the outer surface after the package is opened. [. . . ] • Reverse textiles such as pants, knitwear, t-shirt and sweat suit. • Wash socks, handkerchief and suchlike small laundries in a washing net. DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS EN -38- DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS DGVDSHSFHS CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (SEPARATING LAUNDRIES) Whitening available No whitening Normal washing Ironing temperature is maximum 150°C Ironing temperature 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 Dry cleaning in gas oil, pure alcohol and R113 is allowed P Perchloroethylene R11, R13, Petroleum A Perchlorinetyhlene R11, R113, Gas oil EN -39- CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING PUTTING LAUNDRIES IN THE MACHINE • Open the door of your machine. • Spread your laundries in your machine. NOTE: Note: Maximum loading capacity may vary based on the laundry type you will wash, degree of contamination and the programme you have chosen. Do not exceed maximum dry loading capacity indicated in the programme table for washing programmes. LAUNDRY TYPE Towel Linen Bathrobe Quilt cover Pillow slip Underwear Tablecloth • Put each item of laundry separately. • Ensure that no laundry is stuck between the cover and bellow seal when closing the door of your machine. • Push the door of your machine until hearing the locking sound to close it. • Close the door of your machine properly, otherwise your machine will not start the washing operation. EN -40- WEIGHT (gr) 200 500 1200 700 200 100 250 click CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (ADDING DETERGENT INTO MACHINE) The amount of detergent you will put in your machine will depend on the following criteria: • Your detergent utilization will be based on the degree of contamination of your laundries. Do not prewash your less stained laundries and put your slight amount of detergent in the 2nd compartment of the detergent drawer. • For your much stained laundries, select a programme including prewashing, and put ¼ of the detergent you will put in the detergent drawer in the 1st compartment of the detergent drawer while putting the remaining ¾ of it into 2nd compartment. • Use detergents produced for automatic washing machine in your machine. indicating you that the delay start is activated. EN -45- CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS If you have skipped the time delay you want to set, you can go back to the time desired by keeping pressed on time delay button. If you want to cancel the time delay, you are required to press the time delay button once symbol will no longer flash on electronic display. To run time delay function, your machine is required to be operated by pressing on Start/Pause button. EN -46- CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 2- Spin Speed Selection You can adjust the spin speed of your laundry with the spin speed setting button. When you select a new programme, the max. spin speed of the programme you have selected shall be displayed on the display panel. By pressing the spin speed setting button, you can change the spin speed of the selected programme between its max. value. If you have skipped the spin speed you want to set, you can re-switch to the revolution by keeping the speed setting button pressed. Auxiliary function button 2 EN -47- CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 3- No Spin Button(*) If you don’t want to perform wringing on your laundry, you can use this auxiliary function. You may make the programme active by pressing the wringing cancel button on the display panel when the led light of the symbol turns on. Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 4- Extra Rinse(*) You can make additional rinse operation on your laundry by using this additional function. You may make the programme active by pressing the extra rinsing auxiliary function button when the led light of the symbol turns on. Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 (*) Model Dependant EN -48- CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 5- Pre-wash(*) You can expose your very dirty laundries to prewashing operation prior to main washing by using this additional function. When using this function, you should put detergent in front washing compartment of the detergent drawer. You may make the programme active by pressing the pre-wash button on the display panel when the led light of the symbol turns on. Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 6- Anti-Allergic(*) In the programmes where this auxiliary function is active, you may have your machine perform an extra rinsing operation on your laundries prior to latest rinsing operation. You may make the programme active by pressing the anti-allergic button on the display panel when the led light of the symbol turns on. Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 (*) Model Dependant EN -49- CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 7- Rapid wash(*) By using this auxiliary function, you can wash your laundry in a shorter time and spending less energy and water. ( It is advised that laundry that is less than half the capacity of the selected washing programme is placed. ) You may make the programme active by pressing the rapid wash button on the display panel when the led light of the symbol turns on. Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 NOTE: In case you put half or less than half of the laundry capacity of the washing programme you have selected in your machine, your machine will detect this thanks to automotive half-load detection system and the programme you have selected will wash your laundries in a shorter time to consume less energy and water. If your machine detects half load, the led of the symbol will automatically flash on display panel. (*) Model Dependant EN -50- CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 8- Cold Wash(*) You can use this auxiliary function when you want to wash your laundry with cold water (tap water). You may make the programme active by pressing the cold washing button on the display panel when the led light of the symbol turns on. Auxiliary function button 3 or 4 9- Easy ironing(*) You can enable your laundries to be taken out less wrinkled as the washing operation is completed by employing this auxiliary function. [. . . ] Place the laundry in the machine in a balanced fashion the next time. Spinning operation is not performed or runs late. No fault. Unbalanced load control system has been activated. EN -74- CHAPTER -10: AUTOMATIC FAULT WARNINGS AND WHAT TO BE DONE Your machine is equipped with the systems which are capable of both taking necessary precautions and warning you in case of any breakdown by means of continuous self-checking during washing operations. E01 TROUBLE CODE Wash Rinse POSSIBLE FAULT The door of your machine is left open. WHAT TO DO Close the machine door. If your machine persists to indicate fault, turn off your machine, unplug it and contact the nearest authorised service immediately. If the problem still continues, your machine will stop after a while automatically. [. . . ]

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