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WVH28441AU
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  • Page 1 Washer dryer WVH28441AU en Instruction Manual and Installation Instructions...
  • Page 2: Your New Washer Dryer

    Your new washer dryer Display rules : Warning! You have chosen a Bosch washer dryer. This combination of symbol and signal Please take a few minutes to read and word indicates a possibly dangerous become familiar with the advantages of situation.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents I n s t r u c t i o n M a n u a l a n d I n s t a l l a t i o n I n s t r u c t i o n s Intended use.
  • Page 4: Intended Use

    Intended use Customer service ... 35 Intended use I n t e n d e d u s e Technical specifications ..35 For private domestic use only. ■...
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    Safety instructions Warning Safety instructions Risk of scalding! S a f e t o n s u c t i i n s t r When washing at high ■ Electrical safety temperatures, you may be scalded if you touch the hot Warning washing water (e.g.
  • Page 6: Protection Of The Environment

    Protection of the environment Warning Protection of the Risk of choking! environment When playing, children may become entangled in the c t i P r o t e t h e o n m e n t e n v i r packaging/film and packaging Packaging/old appliance parts or pull them over their heads...
  • Page 7: The Main Points In Brief

    The main points in brief The main points in brief T h e m a i n p o i n t b r i e Insert mains plug. Open the washer Select the washing/ Max. load in display Turn the tap on. dryer door.
  • Page 8: Getting To Know Your

    Getting to know your appliance Getting to know your appliance i n g G e t t k n o w y o u r a n c e a p p l i Washer dryer 9S Open the door Hot air outlet 9T Close the door Operating/display panel...
  • Page 9: Control Panel

    Getting to know your appliance Control panel Change the default settings for the selected Start programme. Select the Start/ Reload button to start, interrupt (e.g. programme and select additional functions: reload the laundry) and cancel the ( Select buttons °C (Temperature), 5 (Finish programme.~ Page 18 in) time, 0 (Spin speed) and 5 (Drying) for...
  • Page 10: Display Panel

    Getting to know your appliance Display panel Displays for the programme (: Temperature for washing Ž (cold) – 90°C Temperature in °C programme. 0: Programme information. Time: 1:50* Programme duration after programme selec- tion in h:min (hours:minutes) 1 – 24 h Finish in time in h (h=hour) Capacity: 7.0 kg*...
  • Page 11 Getting to know your appliance 8: Spin speed $ – 1400* Spin speed in revolutions per minute; $ (Rinse stop = without final drain/spin cycle, laundry remains in the water after the last rinse cycle) Washing @: Programme progress sym- bols Rinsing Draining/Spinning...
  • Page 12: Laundry

    Laundry An especially gentle washing Laundry process is required; e.g. Delicates/Silk programme L a u n d r y Suitable for washing by hand; Preparing laundry for washing e.g. W Wool program Do not machine wash. Ž Sorting laundry according to: Sort your laundry according to the care Protecting your laundry and washer instructions and specifications of the...
  • Page 13: Preparing Laundry For Drying

    Laundry Trousers, knitwear and knitted Before drying, spin at the optimum ■ ■ textiles, e.g. jersey garments, T-shirts speed. A spin speed of more than or sweatshirts, should be turned 1000 rpm is recommended for inside out. cotton, more than 800 rpm for easy- Ensure that underwired bras are care textiles.
  • Page 14: Operating The Appliance

    Operating the appliance Operating the appliance i n g O p e r a t t h e a n c e a p p l i Preparing the washer dryer The washer dryer was tested before delivery. To remove residual water from Notes the test procedure, the first wash cycle Always provide good ventilation in...
  • Page 15: Adjusting The Washing Programme

    Operating the appliance Adjusting the washing programme You can use the displayed default settings or adjust the selected programme optimally to the laundry items by changing the default settings or selecting additional functions. The Note: selectable settings and additional After changing the programme default functions depend on the selected settings and/or additional functions, the washing/drying programme.
  • Page 16: Loading The Laundry

    Operating the appliance Loading the laundry Dosing and adding detergent and care product Warning Danger of death! Caution! Laundry items pretreated with solvent- Damage to the appliance based detergents, e.g. stain remover/ Detergents and agents for the petroleum ether, may cause an pretreatment of laundry (e.g.
  • Page 17: Starting The Programme

    Operating the appliance Do not use the measuring aid for Note: Dispenser I Detergent for prewash. gel detergents and washing powder, or Dispenser i Softener, starch. Do not exceed for programmes with prewash or when the maximum load. "Finish in" time is selected. Dispenser II Detergent for main wash, water For models without a measuring aid,...
  • Page 18: Reloading The Laundry

    Operating the appliance @ lights up: The childproof lock is Changing the programme ■ activated. If you have started the wrong @ flashes: The childproof lock is ■ programme by mistake, you can active and the programme selector change the programme as follows: has been adjusted.
  • Page 19: After Washing/Drying

    Operating the appliance Leave the detergent drawer and Notes ■ door open so that residual water can The programme continues by ■ evaporate. pumping out the water and spinning Always remove the laundry. the laundry (the standard spin speed ■ Always wait until the programme can be changed beforehand).
  • Page 20: Overview Of Programmes

    Overview of programmes Overview of programmes O v e r v i p r o g r a m m e s Programme on the programme selector Programme/Type of washing Options/Information maximum load according to Name of the programme EN50229 Brief explanation of the programme and which textiles it is suitable for.
  • Page 21 Overview of programmes Programme/Type of washing Options/Information Mixed fabrics o max. 3.5 kg/2.5 kg Mixed load consisting of textiles made of cotton and synthetics. Ž (cold) – 60 °C $ – 1400 rpm G, F, O, Aut1, Aut2 Delicates/Silk “ max.
  • Page 22 Overview of programmes Programme/Type of washing Options/Information SuperQuick 15’ ]/Wash&Dry 60’ \ max. 3.5(2.0)* kg/1 kg Easy-Care textiles made of cotton, linen, synthetic or blended fab- Ž (cold) – 40 °C rics; short programme, approx. 15 min, suitable for lightly soiled $ –...
  • Page 23: Drying Table

    Overview of programmes Drying table Cottons/coloureds (textiles made of cotton or linen such as underwear, T-shirts, sweaters, trousers, kitchen towels) Dry weight in kg 0,5 1,0 1,0 2,0 2,0 3,0 3,0 4,0 Estimated drying time in min Adjustable drying time in min Cupboard dry Aut1 <...
  • Page 24: Starching

    Changing programme default settings Starching Changing programme default settings Note: The laundry should not be treated with C h a n g i n g p r o g r a m m e d e f a u l i n g s s e t t fabric softener.
  • Page 25: Spin Speed)

    Changing programme default settings e.g. and counts down until the drying time which can be specified 8:00h the programme starts. Then by selecting the 5 ( ) button. Drying the programme duration is displayed, Note: e.g. 2:30h Programme selection in washing When the programme has started, programmes and if washing and drying the preselected time can be changed...
  • Page 26: Selecting Additional

    Selecting additional functions Selecting additional functions i n g S e l e c t i o n a l a d d i t o n s f u n c t i You can select your desired additional functions by touching the respective buttons.
  • Page 27: Setting The Signal

    Setting the signal Setting the signal i n g S e t t t h e s i g n a l 1. Activate setting mode for the signal volume Turn to Ú Off. Turn one position Press and hold the ° C button + Release the button.
  • Page 28: Cleaning And Maintenance

    Cleaning and maintenance Descaling Cleaning and Not required if detergent dosed maintenance correctly. However, if this does occur, follow the instructions of the descaling C l e a n i a n d e n a n c e m a i n t agent manufacturer.
  • Page 29: Drainage Hose On The Siphon Blocked

    Cleaning and maintenance Turn the programme selector to Loosen hose clip, carefully remove . Pull out the mains plug. drainage hose. Residual water may Ú Open the service flap. run out. Take the drainage hose out of the Clean drainage hose and siphon holder.
  • Page 30: Air Filter Blocked

    Faults and what to do about them Remove the hose from the rear of Faults and what to do the appliance. Take out the filter with pliers and about them clean it. F a u l t a n d w h a t a b o u t t h e m...
  • Page 31: Information On The Display Panel

    Faults and what to do about them Information on the display panel Display Cause/Remedy Close the door immediately because of the rising water level. If an interruption A:01 occurs, A:01 and OPEN are displayed alternately. A:02 The door is locked for safety reasons (water level and/or temperature too high). Washing programme: In top-up mode A:02 and PAUS are displayed alter- ■...
  • Page 32: Faults And What To Do About Them

    Faults and what to do about them Faults and what to do about them Faults Cause/Remedy Water is running out. Correctly attach/replace drainage hose. ■ Tighten screw-fitting on the supply hose. ■ Water not flowing in. Start/Reload not selected? ■ Tap not open? Detergent not dispensed.
  • Page 33 Faults and what to do about them Faults Cause/Remedy Display panel/indicator Power failure? ■ lights do not function Fuse tripped? Switch on/replace fuse. ■ while the appliance is run- If the fault occurs repeatedly, call customer service. ~ Page 35 ■...
  • Page 34 Faults and what to do about them Faults Cause/Remedy The drying result is not Excessively high ambient temperature (above 30 °C) or inadequate venti- ■ satisfactory (laundry is lation in the room in which the washer dryer is situated. Ensure adequate not dry enough).
  • Page 35: Customer Service

    Customer service Customer service Technical specifications C u s t o m e r s e r v i If you cannot correct the fault yourself, T e c h n i c o n s i c a t i s p e c i f see section, Faults and what to do about...
  • Page 36: Consumption Values

    Consumption values Consumption values C o n s u m p t i v a l u e s Programme Option Load Energy Water Programme consumption *** Consumption *** duration *** Cottons i 20 °C 7.0 kg 0.13 kWh 62 l 1:53 h Cottons i 30 °C 7.0 kg...
  • Page 37: Installation And Connection

    Installation and connection Note: Installation and A hose clip Ø 24–40 mm (specialist store) is also required for connection connection to a siphon. l a t i I n s t a l a n d c o n n e c t i Connecting the water ~ Page 40 Standard accessories Useful tools:...
  • Page 38: Installation Area

    Installation and connection Installation area Warning Risk of scalding! Stability is important to prevent Note: During the drying phase, warm air is the washer dryer from wandering! emitted at a temperature of The installation area must be firm up to 60 °C. ■...
  • Page 39: Removing The Transportation Protection Devices

    Installation and connection Removing the transportation protection devices Caution! Damage to the appliance Before using the washer dryer for the ■ first time, it is essential to remove all Insert the covers. Lock firmly by 4 transportation protection devices. pressing on the locking hook. Insert Keep the transportation protection the hose holder.
  • Page 40: Connecting The Water

    Installation and connection Water supply Note: If the hose holders are used, the possible hose lengths are reduced! Notes Do not kink, crush, alter or cut ■ Available from dealer/customer through the water supply hose service: (otherwise, its strength can no longer Extension for Aqua-Stop or cold ■...
  • Page 41: Water Drainage

    Installation and connection Carefully turn on the tap and check and damage the washer dryer and/or that the connection points are not textiles. leaking. Ensure that: the sealing plug does not block the ■ outflow of the washbasin. the water drains quickly enough. ■...
  • Page 42: Alignment

    Installation and connection Alignment Only connect the washer dryer to an ■ alternating current using a correctly installed earthed socket. Loosen the lock nut in a clockwise The mains voltage must be the same direction with a wrench. ■ as the voltage specifications on the Check the alignment of the washer washer dryer (appliance rating dryer with a spirit level and, if...
  • Page 43: Transportation

    Installation and connection Plug into the mains. Turn the tap on. Switch on the appliance. Close the door. Do not load any laundry. Select the Fluff Clean 40°C programme. Open the detergent drawer. Insert all 4 sleeves. Pour approx. 1 litre of water into Clamp the mains cable on the dispenser holders.
  • Page 44 The tap only needs to be turned off if you are away from home for a long period, e.g. for several weeks' holiday. Robert Bosch, Hausgeräte GmbH Carl-Wery-Straße 34 81739 München DEUTSCHLAND...