Manuals → Brands → Toshiba Manuals → Washer → AW-7480EM → Owner's manual Toshiba AW-7480EM Owner's Manual Page 6 Toshiba washer user manual. Table of contents Download Manual (16 pages, 1.65 Mb) Share this page Add to your account Write a comment Ask a question 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Page 6 of 16 Preparation 4 "REGULAR" "SOAK" "SPEED" "HEAVY" "DELICATE" 2 "REGULAR" cycle Water level, water current and time are auto- matically selected according to the quantity and type of laundry detected automatically. Put the laundry evenly and confirmly. If it is not, the lower water level may be set. "SOAK" cycle This method is used to wash clothing which easily absorbs stain and clothes with noticeable stains. • The time requirement is 1 hour. • Rinsing is set to "OVERFLOW RINSE". When you press once, "OVERFLOW RINSE" will be canceled. "SPEED" cycle It is especially for light soiled clothes. It washes with regular water current mode and shorter washing time. "HEAVY" cycle It is especially for heavy soiled clothes. It washes with stronger water current mode and longer washing time. "DELICATE" cycle This course is for delicate clothes such as blouse or lingerie to wash gentlely with very mild water flow. Cloth Weight : 2kg or less. • You can turn off the buzzer sound. With pressing 6 6348100701 (02-06) HOW TO OPERATE 3 1 Set drainage hose for drain. 2 2 Set the water supply hose correctly. 3 Turn the water faucet on. • 1 4 Connect the power plug. 1 Turn the POWER on. • CONDENSED WASH 3 1 2 Put the laundry in the basket. • • 3 Press or "DELICATE". 4 Press • 5 Put in the detergent according to the detergent guide. 6 Close the lid. • • Cycle end The power turn off automatically. • A "beep" sound will be heard when operation is finished. ∗ If you add the laundry during washing, be sure to press After stopping the basket, put the laundry in it. ∗ If the CHILD PROOF mode is set to ON, and the lid is opened while the machine is in operation, the buzzer beeps and the CHILD PROOF indicator flashes then the machine starts draining water. If you wish to turn off the end buzzer sound • • ∗ Press 6 Make sure that there are no sign of water leakage at water tap or inlet valve. Turn the POWER on, "REGULAR" cycle and "CONDENSED WASH" is selected automatically. The washer starts flowing water at the low level to absorb the concen- trated detergent into the laundry in order to remove the dirt efficiently. In case of much laundry, soak the laundry completely in the water to prevent the splash on feeding water. In case of selecting "SUPER SPIN DRY", please see page 7 for details. button to select "REGULAR" "SOAK" "SPEED" "HEAVY" button. The pulsator automatically detects the laundry amount, and indicates the amount of concentrated detergent suitable for the laundry amount. If you start the lid opening, cycle stops before spin. Avoid your finger caught when closing the lid. With pressing "COURSE" button, press to turn on the power switch. After buzzer beeps 3 times, the end buzzer disabled. As you reset, set the same way. Once you set it, the washing machine will remember the mode set, and no need to set each time. 12/11/08, 8:53 AM button. Next page -> <- Previous page Related Manuals for Toshiba AW-7480EM Washer Toshiba AW-8570SM Owner's Manual (20 pages) Toshiba washer user manual Size: 0.87 MB Troubleshooting: Spain is not working The course is working ok but the spin not complete finish. The clothes not dry Related Products: Toshiba AW-8570SM Toshiba AW-8570SS Toshiba A205-S5871 - Satellite - Pentium Dual Core 1.86 GHz Toshiba A135-S4467 - Satellite - Core 2 Duo 1.6 GHz Toshiba AT270 Toshiba A205-SP5821 Toshiba A10-S1001 Toshiba A105-S2051 Toshiba A105-S2121 Toshiba A105-S4184 Toshiba A2 Toshiba A5-S237 Toshiba Satellite Pro A100-00B Comments to this Manuals Your Name Enter your comment: Symbols: 0 Enter text from picture: Latest comments: karthik Jun 28, 2013 09:43: Dear sirs< I did not found solution for my washing machine problem. The problem is when i power ON the washing machine course button LED's all one by one blinking then goes to power OFF machine by auto. Please tell where is the fault?