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  • Page 1 User Manual WASHING MACHINE User Manual HW50-10F1...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CHAPTER-1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE • Correct Usage • General warnings 8-9-10-11 • Safety warnings 12-13-14-15-16-17 • Packaging and Environment • Savings Information CHAPTER-2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE • General Appearance 20-21 • Specifications CHAPTER-3: INSTALLATION • Removing transportation safety screws 23-24 • Adjusting the feet 25-26-27 • Electrical connection • Water inlet hose connection 29-30 •...
  • Page 5 CONTENTS • Putting laundry in the machine • Adding detergent into machine • Operating your machine 42-43-44 • Auxiliary Functions 45-46-47-48-49-50-51-52-53-54 • Child lock • Cancelling programme • Finishing programme CHAPTER-6: PROGRAM TABLE 58-59-60-61-62-63-64-65 CHAPTER-7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE • Warning • Water inlet filters • Pump filter 68-69 • Detergent drawer • Liquid detergent apparatus CHAPTER-8: FLUSH STOPPER / BODY / DRUM CHAPTER-9:...
  • Page 6: Before Using The Appliance

    CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (CORRECT USAGE) • Definitely read the user’s manual. • Your machine is designed to be used domestically. Commercial use will change the warranty conditions. Please see your warranty card for details • Keep your pets away from your machine. • Please check the packaging of your machine before installation, and the outer surface af- ter the package is opened. Do not operate damaged machines or machines with opened package.
  • Page 7: Correct Usage

    CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (CORRECT USAGE) • Use your machine only for laundry that have been specified as suitable for washing by the manufacturer. • Before operating the washing machine, re- move the 4 transportation screws and rubber spacers from the back of the machine. If the screws are not removed, it may cause heavy vibration, noise and product malfunction, (voiding the guarantee).
  • Page 8 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (GENERAL WARNINGS) • The necessary ambient temperature for your machine’s ideal operation is 15-25°. • Frozen hoses can tear and explode. In regions where temperature is below zero, ambient tem- perature might endanger the safe operation of electronic card. • Please ensure that the clothes you will place in your machine do not contain any foreign sub- stances (nail, needle, coins, lighter, matches, clip etc.) in their pockets. These foreign substances can damage your machine. It is recommended to perform the first washing operation in 90° Cotton programme and without laundry by add 1/2 the quantity of detergent in 2nd compartment of the detergent drawer.It is recommended to perform the first washing operation in 90°...
  • Page 9: General Warnings

    CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (GENERAL WARNINGS) • As detergent or softener exposed to air for a long time may cause residues, put your deter- gent or softener in the detergent drawer at the beginning of every washing. • It is advised that you unplug your machine and close the water inlet tab if you will not use your machine for a long time. Also, leaving the door of your machine open will prevent the formation of bad odors due to humidity. • Some water might be left in your machine after the trials and tests conducted due to Quality Control procedures. This will not dam- age your machine. • Remember that packaging materials of your machine may be dangerous for children. • Keep the packaging materials in a place where children cannot reach or dispose of them appropriately. • Use pre-wash programs only for very dirty laundry.
  • Page 10 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (GENERAL WARNINGS) • Never open the detergent drawer when the appliance is running. • In case of any breakdown, unplug the appliance first and then turn the tap off. Do not attempt to repair by yourself, always contact for au- thorized service advice. • The amount of laundry you put in your washing machine should not exceed the maximum amount indi- cated. • Never force the door to open when the machine is running. • Washing floury or very dusty clothes in your machine damages the machine. Do not wash floury clothes in your machine.
  • Page 11 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (GENERAL WARNINGS) • Please adhere to detergent/fabric condition- er manufacturers’ the use of fabric condition- er or similar products in your machine. • Set up your machine in a place where its door can be completely opened. (Do not set up your machine in places where its door can- not be fully opened.) • Set up your machine at locations that can be fully ventilated and could have constant air circulation.
  • Page 12: Safety Warnings

    CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) You must read these warnings. You can thus protect yourself and your beloved ones against fatal injuries and risks. DANGER OF GETTING BURNT! Do not touch discharging hose and water during discharging as the appliance may reach high temperatures when running.
  • Page 13 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) DEATH RISK DUE TO ELECTRICAL CURRENT! • Do not use multiple receptacles or extension cord. • Do not plug in damaged plug sockets • Never pull the cable when un- plugging – always grip the plug itself. • Do not plug-in or out the plug from the receptacle with wet hands to prevent electrocution! • Never touch the machine with wet hands or feet. • Call the nearest authorized ser- vice for a replacement if the power cord malfunctions.
  • Page 14: Flooding Risk

    CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) Flooding risk! • Check whether the water runs fast or not be- fore placing the discharge hose on the sink. • Take necessary measures to prevent the slipping of your hose. • If the drain hose is connected to a sink, en- sure the drain hose is secure as the water can pump out with sufficient force to cause the hose to slip and cause a flood. Don’t forget to remove the sink plug !If the drain hose is con- nected to a sink, ensure the drain hose is se- cure as the water can pump out with sufficient force to cause the hose to slip and cause a flood. Don’t forget to remove the sink plug !
  • Page 15 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) Danger of Fire! • Do not keep inflammable liquids near your machine. • The sulphure content of paint removers might cause corrosion. For this reason, never use paint-removing materials in your machine. • Never use products that contain solvent material (like washing gas) in your ma- chine. • Remove all the objects in the pockets of your laundries (needle, paperclip, lighter, matches etc.) when placing them your ma- chine. Fire and Explosion risk may occur.
  • Page 16 CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) Fall and injury hazard! • Do not climb on your machine. The top of your machine may break and you might get injured. • Tidy the hose, cable and packaging of your machine during installation. You might trip over and fall. • Do not turn your machine upside down, or on its side. • Do not lift your machine by holding it by the detergent drawer or door. These parts might break and cause you to be injured. • There’s the risk of tripping and injury if the materials like hose and cables are not prop- erly stored after your machine is installed. Machine must be carried by 2 people or more.
  • Page 17: Child Safety

    CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE (SAFETY WARNINGS) Child safety! • Do not leave children unattended near the machine. Children might lock themselves up into the machine and death risk might occur. • Door glass and surface might be extremely hot while your machine operates. Thus, especially touching the machine might give damage to the skins of children. • Keep packaging material away from children. • Poisoning might occur if the detergent and maintenance materials are consumed, and eyes or the skin might be irritated if they come into contact with the skin. Keep the cleaning materials away from the reach of children.
  • Page 18: Packaging And Environment

    CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE PACKAGING AND ENVIRONMENT Removal of packaging materials Packaging materials protect your machine from any damage that might occur during transportation. Packaging materials are en- vironment friendly as they are recyclable. Recycling material provides both raw mate- rial savings and decreases waste produc- tion. Disposal of old machine Electrical or electronical old devices might still contain salvagable parts. So, never throw away your old devices that you do not use into the waste. Ensure that the parts of your old electronic or electrical devices are reused by giving them to the gathering centres foreseen by related authorities. Please ensure your old appliances are kept in an appropriate place for the safe- ty of children until they are taken outside the house.
  • Page 19: Savings Information

    CHAPTER -1: BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE SAVINGS INFORMATION Some important information to get more effi- ciency out of your machine: • The amount of laundry you put in your wash- ing machine should not exceed the maximum amount indicated. By this way, your machine shall run in saving mode. • Not using the pre-wash feature for little and normal-dirty laundry shall save electricity and water.
  • Page 20: Overview Of Your Device

    CHAPTER -2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE GENERAL APPEARANCE Electronic display Programme knob Upper Tray Detergent drawer Drum Cover of pump filter...
  • Page 21: General Appearance

    CHAPTER -2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE GENERAL APPEARANCE Transportation Safety Screw Water Inlet Valve Discharging Hose Power Cable Transportation Safety Screw Transportation Safety Screw Transportation Safety Screw...
  • Page 22: Specifications

    CHAPTER -2: OVERVIEW OF YOUR DEVICE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Operating voltage / (220-240) V~/50Hz frequency (V/Hz) Total current (A) Maximum: 1 Mpa Water pressure Minimum : 0.1 Mpa Total power (W) 2100 Maximum dry laundry capacity (kg) Spinning revolution (rev / min) 1000 Programme number Dimensions 845 x 597 x 497 (Height x Width x Depth) (mm)
  • Page 23: Removing Transportation Safety Screws

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE REMOVING TRANSPORTATION SAFETY SCREWS Before operating the washing machine, remove the 4 transportation screws and rubber spacers from the back of the machine. If the screws are not removed, it may cause heavy vibration, noise and product malfunction, (voiding the guarantee). The transportation safety screws must be removed by being rotated in anti- clockwise direction using an appropriate spanner.
  • Page 24: Removing Transportation Safety Screws

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (REMOVING TRANSPORTATION SAFETY SCREWS) Transportation screws shall be removed by pulling out. Fit the plastic transportation screw caps delivered in accessories bag to the palces where transportation screws have been removed. The transportation safety screws should be stored to be used in case of transportation. NOTE: You must remove the transportation screws of your machine before the first usage. Faults occurring in the machines operated with transportation screw fitted shall...
  • Page 25: Adjusting The Feet

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE Adjusting the feet • Do not install your machine on a carpet or such grounds that would prevent the ventilation of its base. • To ensure silent and vibration-free operation of your ma- chine, it should be deployed on a non-sliding and firm ground. • You can adjust the balance of your machine through the feet. • Loosen the plastic adjustment nut.
  • Page 26 CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE Adjusting the feet • Adjust the feet upward and downward by rotating them. • After maintaining the balance, compress the plastic adjust- ment nut upward again.
  • Page 27: Installation

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE Adjusting the feet • Never put cardboard, wood or suchlike materials under your machine if you are intending to stabilize the distortions on the floor. • When cleaning the floor, on which your machine rests, be careful not to cause the machine to be unstable and wobble, always check all 4 feet are in contact with the floor.
  • Page 28: Electrical Connection

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (ELECTRICAL CONNECTION) • Your washing machine is set to 220-240V and 50Hz. • The mains cord of your washing machine is equipped with a specific earthed plug. This plug should always be inserted to a earthed socket of 10 amps. • The current value of the fuse should be 10 amps. Fuse current value of the power line connected to this plug should also be 10 amperes. • If you don’t have such a receptacle and fuse confirming with this, please have it done by a qualified electrician. • We do not take the responsibility of the damages that oc- cur due to ungrounded usage. NOTE: Operating your machine under low voltage will cause the life cycle of your machine to be reduced and its perfor- mance to be restricted.
  • Page 29: Water Inlet Hose Connection

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (WATER INLET HOSE CONNECTION) • Your machine may have either a single inlet (cold) or double water inlets (cold/hot) based on its specifications. White-capped hose should be connected to cold water inlet and red-capped hose to hot water inlet (applicable for machines with double water inlets). • To eliminate water leakages in points of contact, 1 or 2 nuts are provided in the hose package (applicable for machines with double water inlets). 3/4” Fit these nuts to the ends of new water inlet hoses on the side of tab. • Mount new water inlet hoses to a ¾ ˝, threaded tab. • Connect the white-elbow end of the water inlet hoses to the white-filtered water inlet valve on the rear side of the machine and the red-elbow end to red-filtered one (applicable for machines with double water inlets). Tighten plastic parts of the junctions using your hand. In uncertain conditions, have the connection works be done by a qualified plumber. • Flow of water with pressure of 0,1-1 Mpa will allow your machine to operate more efficiently.) (0,1 Mpa pressure means that more than 8 litres of water will flow through a fully open tap per one minute.) • Ensure that points of contact do not leak by tapping the tap completely after carrying making the connections.
  • Page 30: Water Inlet Hose Connection

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (WATER INLET HOSE CONNECTION) • Ensure that the new water inlet hoses are not bent, bro- ken, crushed and resized. • If your machine has double hot water inlets, the tempera- ture of hot water inlet should be maximum 70°C. Note: Use only the new water inlet hose coming with your machine while making water inlet connections of your machine. Never use old, used or damaged water in- let hoses.
  • Page 31: Water Discharge Connection

    CHAPTER -3: INSTALLATION OF THE MACHINE (WATER DISCHARGE CONNECTION) • The end of water discharge hose can be fitted to a specific apparatus directly at- tached to the spigot below the sink. • Never attempt to extend the drain hose by extending it. Extending may cause drain- ing problems or fails to pump out the water from the machine. • Do not put discharging hose of your ma- chine in a vessel, bucket or sink. • Make sure that the water discharge hose does not bend, buckle, be crushed or ex- tended. • Please note the water drain hose should be mounted at a height of minimum 60 cm, maximum 100 cm from the floor. ~ 95 cm ~ 140 cm ~ 145 cm ~ 95 cm 150 cm 95 cm ˜ ˜...
  • Page 32 CHAPTER-4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL Programme knob Display Panel Detergent drawer...
  • Page 33: Introduction Of Control Panel

    CHAPTER -4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL (DETERGENT DRAWER) You can use the liquid level determination plate when you want to wash your laundry with liquid detergent. You can use your liquid detergents in all programs without prewashing. Place the liquid detergent aparatus in the second compartment (which is available inside the machine) of the detergent drawer (*) and set the detergent amount. (Use the recommended amount of liquid detergent by detergent producers). Do not exceed the MAX level, use only for liquid detergent, do not use this aparatus for powder detergent and take it out.) Liquid Detergent Apparatus Main wash detergent compartment Softener Compartment Pre-wash detergent compartment Powder detergent level stages Powder detergent spade (*) (*) Machinery specifications may vary depending on the prod- uct purchased.
  • Page 34 CHAPTER -4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL (DETERGENT DRAWER) SECTIONS Main wash detergent compartment: In this compartment, only materials like detergent (liquid or powder), lime preventer and such can be used. You can find the liquid detergent aparatus inside your machine at first installation. (*) Fabric conditioner, starch, detergent compartment: You can use softener for your laundry (recommended amount and type by the producer is recommended). Sometimes the fabric conditioners you use for your laundry may remain in this compartment. The reason for this is that the conditioner is not viscous. To prevent this situation, more viscous liquid softeners are recommended to be used or the softener could be thinned and then used. Pre-wash detergent compartment: This compartment must only be used when the pre-wash feature is selected. Pre-wash feature is recommended for very dirty laundry.
  • Page 35: Program Selection

    CHAPTER -4: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL (PROGRAM SELECTION) • You can select the programme you want to wash your laundry in through programme knob. • You may set the programme selection operation by rotat- ing the programme knob in both directions. • Ensure that the programme knob is exactly on the pro- gramme you want to select.
  • Page 36 CHAPTER -5: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL (ELECTRONIC DISPLAY) Display Panel Washing Additional Rinsing Function Spinning Leds Start/Pause button Auxiliary function button 1 Auxiliary function for delay timer...
  • Page 37 CHAPTER -5: INTRODUCTION OF CONTROL PANEL (ELECTRONIC DISPLAY) From the function LED’s of your machine, you can see how much longer it will start to run after, the auxiliary functions you have selected and the stage of the programme you are running on your machine.( pre wash / wash state, rins- ing stage, spinning stage). Furthermore, electronic display will warn you by means of led combinations that will turn on its display when a fault oc- curs on your machine and notify you of the completion of the washing programme by displaying “Finished” on the display as soon as the washing programme you have selected has finished as well.
  • Page 38 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (SEPARATING LAUNDRY) • Your laundry has product labels on them that specifiy their specifications. Wash or dry your laundry according to the specifciations on the product label. • Separate your laundry according to their types (cotton, synthetic, sensitive, wool etc.), their temperatures (cold, 30°, 40°, 60°, 90°) and degree of contamination (slightly stained, stained, highly stained). • Never wash your coloured and white laundry together. • Wash your coloured laundry separately in the first washing as they may bleed. • Ensure that there are no metallic materials on your laundries or in the pockets; if so, take them up. CAUTION: WARNING: Faults that will emerge in case of penetration of foreign substances into your machine are not included within the scope of warranty. • Zip up and button up your laundries.
  • Page 39 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (SEPARATING LAUNDRY) Whitening Normal available whitening washing Ironing temperature Ironing temperature No ironing is maximum 150°C is maximum 200°C Dry cleaning No dry cleaning Leave on a flat available place Drying by Hang when wet Dry by hanging twirling is not allowed Dry cleaning in Perchloroethylene Perchlorinetyhlene gas oil, pure R11, R13, R11, R113, Gas oil alcohol and Petroleum R113 is allowed...
  • Page 40: Washing Programmes

    CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING PUTTING LAUNDRY IN THE MACHINE • Open the door of your machine. • Spread your laundry 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.
  • Page 41 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 how dirty your clothes are and the hardness of the water. Do not prewash your less dirty clothing, and put the right amount of detergent in the 2nd compartment of the detergent drawer. • For your very dirty laundry, select a programme including pre-washing, 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 compart- ment. • Use detergents produced for automatic washing machine in your machine. The amount of detergent you will use for your laundries is printed on the detergent package. • The higher the degree of hardness of the water the more detergent you will use. • The amount of the detergent you will use will increase as the amount of your laundry increase. • Put the softener in the softener compartment in the deter- gent drawer. Do not exceed the MAX level. Otherwise, sof- tener will flow into washing water through flushing. • Softeners with high density are required to be thinned to a degree before being put in the drawer. Because high-density softener will clog the flush and avoid the flow of the softener. • You can use your liquid detergents in all programs without prewashing. For this, fit liquid detergent level plate in the ac- cessories bag or the liquid detergent apparatus (*) into 2nd compartment of the detergent drawer and set the amount of liquid detergent according to the levels on this plate. Remember to detach the liquid detergent plate. (*)Machinery specifications may vary depending on the prod- uct purchased.
  • Page 42: Selecting Programme

    CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (OPERATING YOUR MACHINE) • Plug your machine in. • Open the water tap. • Open the machine door. • Spread your laundry in your machine. • Push the door of your machine until hearing the “click” sound to close it. Selecting programme Select the convenient programme for your laundries on the programme table.
  • Page 43 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (OPERATING YOUR MACHINE) AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS Before starting the programme, you can optionally select an auxiliary function. • Press on the button of auxiliary function you would like to select. • If auxiliary function symbol on electronic display flashes continuously, the auxiliary function you have selected will be activated. • If auxiliary function symbol on electronic display flashes, the auxiliary function you have selected will not be activated. Reason for non-activation: The auxiliary function you want to use in • the washing programme you have selected is not applicable. Your machine has passed through •...
  • Page 44 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (OPERATING YOUR MACHINE) HALF-LOAD DETECTION SYSTEM Your machine features a half-load detection system. In case yuo put approximately half or less amount of laun- deries of maximum laundry capacity in your machine, your machine will run so as to save washing time, water con- sumption and energy in some programmes.When the half- load function is active, the machine can complete the pro- gramme you have set in a shorter time.
  • Page 45 CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 1- Delay timer By using this auxiliary function, you can make your machine to start the washing operation with delays between “3h, 6h, 9h, 12h”. To use auxiliary function of delayed start: - Press the delayed start button once. - “3 h” led shall appear. - Press on delayed start button until the time, on which you want washing operation to be started. - To activate the time delay you have se- lected in the programme, you may press on any auxiliary function button you like except “Start/Standby” button. (*) Model Dependant...
  • Page 46: Electronic Display

    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.
  • Page 47 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS 2- No Spin If you don’t want to perform spinning on your laundry, you can use this auxiliary function. By pushing the no spin button, button, when the led light of the symbol turns on.
  • Page 48 CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS Start/Pause button By pressing on the Start/Pause button, you may start the programme you have selected or suspend a running programme. If you switch your machine to the standby mode, the Start/Standby led on the electronic display will flash.
  • Page 49: Preliminary Preparation For Laundering

    CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (CHILD LOCK) To avoid programme flow from being affected if programme buttons are pressed or programme button is turned when performing washing operation in your machine, child lock is available. Child lock will be activated in case pressed on both auxiliary functions 1 and 2 at the same time for more than 3 seconds. You can see the auxiliary function LED’s on the display when activated. If pressed any button while child lock is active, the Additional Function LED’s will flash on the display. If while the child lock is engaged and any programme is run- ning, the programme knob is switched to the CANCEL posi- tion and another programme is selected, the programme previously selected continues from where it left. To deactivate it, it will be sufficient to press on the same buttons for more than 3 seconds. When the child lock is deactivated, the Additional Function LED’s will flash on the display.
  • Page 50: Cancelling Programme

    CHAPTER -5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING (CANCELLING PROGRAMME) If you want to cancel any programme running: 1- Switch the programme knob to “CANCEL” position. 2- Your machine will stop the washing operation and the programme will be cancelled. 3- To get rid of the water accumulated in the machine switch the programme knob to any programme. 4- Your machine will perform the necessary discharge op- eration and cancel the programme. 5- You can run your machine by selecting a new pro- gramme.
  • Page 51: Finishing Programme

    CHAPTER-5: PRELIMINARY PREPARATION FOR LAUNDERING FINISHING PROGRAMME Your machine will stop by itself as soon as the programme you have selected finishes. - End LED will flash on the display panel. - You can open the machine’s door and remove the laundry. - Leave the door of your machine open to allow the inner part of your machine to dry after removing your laundries. - Switch the programme knob to CANCEL position. - Unplug your machine. - Turn the water tab off.
  • Page 52: Program Table

    CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE COTTON 90° Washing temperature (°C) 90° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration (Min.) Very dirty, cotton and flax textiles. Laundry type / Descriptions (Underwear, linen, tablecloth, towel (maximum 2,5 kg), bedclothes, etc. Pre-Wash Cotton Washing temperature (°C) 60° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment 1&2 Programme duration Dirty cotton and flax textiles. Laundry type / (Underwear, linen, tablecloth, towel Descriptions (maximum 2,5 kg), bedclothes, etc. NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS.
  • Page 53 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE 60 C° COTTON ECO Washing temperature (°C) 60° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration (Min.) Laundry type / Dirty cotton and flax textiles. Descriptions (Underwear, linen, tablecloth, towel (maximum 2,5 kg), bedclothes, etc. 40 C° COTTON 40° Washing temperature (°C) Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration (Min.) Dirty cotton and flax textiles. Laundry type / (Underwear, linen, tablecloth, towel Descriptions (maximum 2,5 kg), bedclothes, etc. NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS.
  • Page 54 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE ECO 20° Washing temperature (°C) 20° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration (Min.) Laundry type / Less dirty, cotton and linen textiles. Descriptions (Underwear, bedsheet, tablecloth, towel (max. 2 kg) bedcloth, etc. EASY CARE Washing temperature (°C) 40° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration (Min.) Very dirty or synthetic-mixed textiles. (Nylon socks, shirts, blouses, synthetic- Laundry type / Descriptions including trousers etc.) NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS.
  • Page 55 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE WOOL Washing temperature (°C) 30° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration Woollen laundry with machine wash Laundry type / Descriptions labels. RINSING Washing temperature (°C) Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration If you want to additionally rinse your laundry upon completion of washing Laundry type / Descriptions operation, you may use this programme for any kind of laundries. NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS.
  • Page 56 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE SPINNING Washing temperature (°C) Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration If you want to additionally Spinning your laundry upon completion of washing Laundry type / Descriptions operation, you may use this programme for any kind of laundries. SENSITIVE/HAND WASH Washing temperature (°C) 30° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration Laundry recommended for hand wash Laundry type / Descriptions or sensitive laundry. NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS.
  • Page 57 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE SPORTS WEAR Washing temperature (°C) 30° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration Laundry type / Descriptions Sportswear. MIXED Washing temperature (°C) 30° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration Dirty cotton, synthetics, colour Laundry type / Descriptions and flax textiles can be washed together. NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS.
  • Page 58 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE BLOUSES / SHIRTS Washing temperature (°C) 60° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration Dirty cotton, synthetic and synthetic- Laundry type / Descriptions mixed shirts and blouses can be washed together. DAILY 60 min. Washing temperature (°C) 60° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration You can wash your dirty cotton, colour Laundry type / Descrip- and flax textiles at 60°C in 60 minutes. If you have the rapid washing auxiliary function in your machine, then if you put 2 kg or less laundry in your machine, your machine will automatically wash for laundry for 30 minutes.
  • Page 59 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE RAPID 15 min. Washing temperature (°C) 30° Maximum dry laundry amount (kg) Detergent compartment Programme duration You can wash your slightly stained, Laundry type / Descriptions cotton, colured and flax textile within only 15 minutes. NOTE: As the washing period is short, less amount of detergent is required to be used compared to other programmes. The pro- gramme period will increase if your machine detects instable load- ing. You can open the door of your machine 2 minutes after the com- pletion of washing operation. (The duration of 2 minutes required to open the door of your machine is not included in the washing period.) NOTE: PROGRAM DURATION MIGHT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE AMOUNT OF LAUNDRY, TAP WATER, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SELECTED ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS.
  • Page 60 CHAPTER -6: PROGRAM TABLE HW50-10F1 Total Time Max. T (°C) Total Water Total Energy Number of (min) Consumption Consumption Rinse (lt) (kwH) Cotton 90°C 2,22 Cotton Prewash 1,23 Cotton Eco 0,85 Cotton 40 0,72 Eco 20°C 0,19 Easy Care 0,49 Wool 0,14 Rinse 0,09 Spin 0,04 Hand Wash / 0,32 Delicate Sports Wear 0,26 0,28...
  • Page 61: Maintenance And Cleaning Of Your Machine

    CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE (WARNING) Unplug your machine before starting the maintenance and cleaning of your machine. Turn the tap water off before starting the maintenance cand cleaning of your machine. CAUTION: Your machine’s parts might be damaged if cleaners with solvent agents are used. Do not use cleaning materials with solvent agents.
  • Page 62 CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE (WATER INLET FILTERS) Filters to avoid dirt and foreign substances in the water from penetrating into the machine are available both on the side of tap and on the ends of water valves along the water inlet hose of your machine. If your machine cannot intake sufficient amount of water despite water tap being open, these filters should be cleaned. (It is recommended that you clean your pump filter once in 2 months.) • Detach the water inlet hoses. • Remove the filters on water inlet valves using pliers and then clean it with a brush in water. • Disassemble the filters on the side of tab side of water inlet hoses manually and clean it. • Having the filters cleaned, you can fit them in the reverse of the removal method. CAUTION: Filters of water inlet valves may be clogged due to contaminated water tab or lack of necessary maintenance or valves may be broken down, causing water leaking into your machine continuously.
  • Page 63 CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE (PUMP FILTER) A filter system which avoids threads remaining from your laun- dries and tiny materials from entering into the pump during water discharging operation carried out by your machine after complet- ing washing so prolonging the lifecycle of your pump is avail- able. It is recommended that you clean your pump filter once in 2 months. To clean pump filter: • To open the pump cover, you can use the powder detergent spade (*) or liquid detergent level plate coming out of your machine. • Fit the end point of the plastic part to the gap of the pump cover and push it back. This will open the cover. • Before opening the filter cover, put a tray below the filter cover to prevent the water remained in the machine from flowing on the floor. • Loosen the filter cover in anti-clockwise -clockwise and then empty water. Note: You may have to empty the water collection tray several times according to the amount of water in the machine. (*) Machinery specifications may vary depending on the product purchased.
  • Page 64: Warning

    CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE (PUMP FILTER) • Clean the foreign materials in the filter with a brush. • After cleaning the filter, fit the filter cover and tighten it by rotating it in clockwise direction. • While closing the pump cover, ensure that the parts on the inner side of the cover to match the holes on the front panel side. • You can reattach the pump cover in the reverse order that you removed it. WARNING! As water in the pump may be hot, wait un- til it cools down.
  • Page 65: Detergent Drawer

    CHAPTER -7: MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING OF YOUR MACHINE (DETERGENT DRAWER) Your detergents may deposit residue in detergent drawer and housing of detergent drawer over time. To clean the residue formed, disassemble the detergent drawer in particular periods. It is recommended that you clean your pump filter every 2 months. To the detergent drawer: • Pull the detergent drawer up to the end • Keep on pulling by depressing on the section shown below in the detergent drawer and keep pulling and then the detergent drawer. • Clean the detergent drawer with a soft brush like an old toothbrush. • Collect residues in the housing of the detergent drawer without dropping them inside the machine. • Assemble the detergent drawer after drying it using a towel or dry cloth. • Do not wash your detergent drawer in dishwasher. Liquid Detergent Apparatus (*) Take out the liquid detergent level apparatus for cleaning and maintenance purposes as shown in the picture and clean well detergent residues. Put the apparatus back into its place. Make sure no residues are left inside. (*) Machinery specifications may vary depending on the product purchased.
  • Page 66 CHAPTER -8: FABRIC CONDITIONER SIPHON / BODY / DRUM Fabric conditioner siphon Remove the detergent drawer. Remove theFabric conditioner siphon and clean the softener residues completely. Refit the- Fabric conditioner siphon after cleaning it. Check it has settled properly. Body Clean the outer body of your machine with warm water and a non-inflammable cleaning agent that will not abrade the body of your machine. After rinsing with some water, dry it using a soft and dry cloth. Drum Do not leave metallic objects such as needles, paper clips, coins etc. in your machine. This objects lead to formation of rust stains in the drum. To clean such rust stains, use a non- chlorine cleaning agent and follow the instructions of manufacturers of the cleaning agent. Never use wire wool or similar hard objects for cleaning rust stains.
  • Page 67: Trouble Shooting

    CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING All repairing operations required for your machine should be carried out by our authorised service. If your machine re- quires a repair or if you cannot remove the fault by the help of the information provided as follows: • Unplug your machine. • Turn the water tap off. POSSIBLE TROUBLE- FAULT CAUSE SHOOTING It is not plugged. Plug machine in. Fuse “blown” Replace the fuses. Electricity cut-off. Check mains power. Start/Pause button Press on Start/ not pressed. Pause button. Your machine does Programme dial Switch the programme not start. ‘stop’ position. button to the desired position. The machine door is Close the machine not completely closed. door. Water tap is turned off. Turn your tab on. Check water inlet Water inlet hose hose and untwist.
  • Page 68 CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING POSSIBLE TROUBLE- FAULT CAUSE SHOOTING Discharging Check the discharg- hose clogged or ing hose, then either twisted. clean or untwist. Your machine does not Pump filter Clean the discharge water. clogged. pump filter. (*) Laundry settled Spread your laun- in the machine dry in the machine unevenly evenly. The feet of your ma- Adjust the feet on chine have not been your machine. (**) adjusted. Safety stays fitted Disassemble the for transportation safety stays of your not removed. machine. (**) This will not block Less amount of laundry operation of your in the appliance.
  • Page 69 CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING POSSIBLE TROUBLE- FAULT CAUSE SHOOTING Press on Start/Pause button. To eliminate foam formation, mix a spoon of softener with half litres of water, and pour the mixture in the deter- gent drawer. After 5-10 Excessive amount minutes, Press on Start/ of detergent used. Pause button again. In Excessive foam is your next washing opera- formed in the detergent tion, Adjust the detergent drawer. dose accordingly. Use detergents pro- duced only for automat- Wrong detergent used. ic washing machines in your machine. The contamination Select the programme degree of your laundry appropriate for the does not match the contamination degree programme you have of your laundries. (See chosen. programme table) Adjust the amount of Amount of detergent detergent based on the...
  • Page 70 CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING POSSIBLE TROUBLE- FAULT CAUSE SHOOTING Water being hard. Adjust the amount of ( Contaminated, lime detergent based on the water etc.) instruction of detergent manufacturer. Unsatisfactory washing result. Laundry settled Spread your in the machine laundry in the unevenly machine evenly. As soon as the ma- The end of water Set the water dis- chine is loaded with discharging hose charging hose on ap- water, water dis- is too low for the propriate height. (**) charges. machine. No water appears No fault. Water is in the drum during in the unseen part washing. of the drum.
  • Page 71 CHAPTER -9: TROUBLESHOOTING POSSIBLE TROUBLE- FAULT CAUSE SHOOTING Unbalanced load control system will try to spread your laundries evenly. Spinning operation will Spinning operation is No fault. Unbalanced begin after your laundry not performed or runs load control system is spread. Place the late. has been activated. laundry in the machine in a balanced fashion the next time.
  • Page 72: Automatic Fault Warnings And

    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. POSSIBLE TROUBLE WHAT TO DO FAULT CODE The door of Close the machine door. If your your machine is machine persists to indicate fault, Wash left open. turn off your machine, unplug it Rinse and contact the nearest authorised service immediately. Turn on the tab. Mains water may be The water pressure cut-off. If the problem still continues, Wash or the water level your machine will stop after a while inside the machine Rinse automatically. Unplug the machine, is low.
  • Page 73 CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION Alcoholic drinks: Spotted area should ini- tially be washed using cold water, and then be wiped with glycerine and water and rinsed with vinegar-mixed water. Shoe polish: Spot should be rubbed out gently without damaging the cloth and be scrubbed and rinsed with detergent. If not removed, it should be scrubbed using the mixture obtained by adding 1 scale of alco- hol (96˚) into 2 scales of water, and then be washed with warm water. Tea and coffee: Stretch the spotted area of your laundry throughout the openning of a vessel, and pour hot water as much as the type of your laundry can resist. In case the type of your laundry permits, wash with bleacher. Chocolate and cocoa: After submerging your laundries in cold water and rubbing it using soap or detergent, wash it in tempera- ture that fabric type of your laundry can re- sist. In case the oil stain is still visible, wipe with oxygen water (3%).
  • Page 74 CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION Tomato paste: After rubbing out the dried substances without damaging your laundry, submerge it in water for 30 minutes, and then scrub and wash it with detergent. Bouillon-Egg: Remove dried spot residues on your laundry, and then wipe it with a sponge or soft cloth submerged in cold water previously. Scrub with detergent, wash with diluted bleacher. Grease and oil stains: Firstly, wie the residues. Scrub the spot with detergent and wash it with warm soapy water. Mustard: Apply glycerine on spotted area. Scrub with detergent and wash. If the spot cannot be removed, wipe with alcohol. (For synthetic and colour fabrics, a mixture of 1 scale of alcohol and 2 scales of water should be used)
  • Page 75: Practical Information

    CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION Fruit: Stretch the spotted area of your laun- dry throughout the opening of a vessel, and pour cold water on it. Do not pour hot water on the spot. Wipe with cold water and apply glycerine. Allow 1-2 hours, wipe with a few drops of white vinegar, and rinse it. Grass stain: Wipe the stained part with detergent. If the type of your cloth permits bleacher using, wash with bleacher. Wipe your woollen laundries with alcohol. (For colour fabrics, a mixture of 1 scale of pure alcohol and 2 scales of water) Oil paint: Spot should be removed by apply- ing thinner before drying. Then it should be wiped with detergent and washed. Burn stain: If your laundry is suitable for applying bleacher, you can add bleacher into washing water. For wool fabric, a cloth pre- viously submerged in oxygen water should be covered over the stain and it should be ironed after putting a dry cloth on this cloth. It should be washed after being rinsed prop- erly.
  • Page 76 CHAPTER -11: PRACTICAL INFORMATION Blood stain: Submerge your laundries in cold water for 30 minutes. If the stain is not removed, then submerge in a mixture of wa- ter and ammoniac (3 spoons of ammoniac in 4 litres of water) for 30 minutes. Crema, ice cream and milk: Submerge your laundries in cold water and scrub the spotted area with detergent. If the spot is not re- moved, apply bleacher to the extent suitable for your laundries. (Do not use bleacher for colour laundries.) Mould: Mould stains should be cleaned as soon as possible. Stain should be washed with detergent water, nevertheless if it cannot be removed, it should be wiped with oxygen water (3%). Ink: Subject the spotted area to running water and wait until the flow of inked water ends. Then wipe it with lemon-added water and detergent, and wash it after allowing 5 minutes.
  • Page 77 DESCRIBING ENERGY LABEL AND SAVING ENERGY Model Brand Energy Class Energy Consumption Noise Value While Washing Noise Value While Spinning Spinning Performance Class Dry Laundry Capacity Annual Water Consumption...
  • Page 78 DESCRIBING ENERGY LABEL AND SAVING ENERGY Energy and water consumption may vary based on water pressure, water hardness, water temperature, ambient tem- perature, laundry amount, additional function selection, volt- age fluctuations. It will reduce energy and water consump- tion to use your machine with the laundry capacity proposed for the selected programme, wash your laundries less dirty or daily laundries in short programmes, carry out cleaning and maintenance periodically, use your machine in conveni- ent time intervals specified by electricity vendor.
  • Page 79: Disposal Of Your Old Machine

    DISPOSAL OF YOUR OLD MACHINE This symbol on the product or package implies that the product should not be treated as domestic waste. Instead, it should be delivered to applicable waste col- lection places recycling electrical and electronic equip- ment. You will contribute to avoid potential negative results regarding environment and human health, which will arise due to wrong waste procedure for the product by...
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