Haier HWF75AW1 User Manual

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  • Page 1 User Manual HWF75AW1 HWF85AW1...
  • Page 2 Elements Thanks for purchasing a Haier Product Please read these in ons carefully before using this appliance. The ins ons contain important informa on which will help you get the best out of the appliance and ensure safe and proper installa on, use and maintenance.
  • Page 3 Index ..............................3 e ............................... 5 ..............................8 e ............................16 Tr ubl g ...........................19 Technical date ............................20 rvi e ...........................20 Legend Disposal The pre life he (ex. T pr e . Th e f a he re her h e relev l afe re...
  • Page 4: During Daily Use Of The Appliance

    This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision. Do…...
  • Page 5: Saving Tips

    electricity, and for safety. Wipe clean the lower part of the porthole. odors. Let the power cord be replaced by the manufacturer, his service agent or other accordingly qualified people, in case it is damaged. Do not… Touch the was h er door dur i ng the washing p r oc e ss, i t gets h o t. Place heavy objects or sources of heat or damp on top of the appliance.
  • Page 6: Before Use

    Before Use Before Use Descrip on This diagram may be slightly nt from the layout of the washing machine you have just purchased. Control panel Drain hose Door handle Water inlet valve Work top Power cord Start/Pause Back cover screws Washer door Back cover Filter cover...
  • Page 7 Before Use Warning.The washing machine is very heavy.Use safe lifting techniques plastic board plastic board and a felt. They are used for plastic board(figuer 1.) 2.Put down the machine backwards, Remove the four screws (figure 2.) plastic board which the side with felts is inward.then install the screws which go plastic upright.
  • Page 8: Inlet Hose

    Inlet Hose Connect the nut on the inlet hose to the connector on the water valve. Connect inlet hose to a water tap with cold, fresh water. Use the hose-set supplied with the appliance. Old hose-sets should not be reused. Drain Hose Use the drain hose bracket to keep the end of the drain hose retained and prevents the...
  • Page 9: Control Panel

    Control Panel 5 6 7 7. Extra Rinse 3. Program Dial Delay 4. Wash Temp 5. Spin Speed 10. LED Display Oper onal Func ons Nº Func on Explica on Open the drawer, three compartments can be seen: Detergent Compartment 1: Prewash detergent (for prewash mode). Compartment 2: Detergent for programs 1 to 15.
  • Page 10 Extra Rinse disappears when the extra rinse ends. 1-15 are used. Delay the washing machine will start the wash program directly. Start/Pause When the washing machine is connected to the power socket and a screen start blinking, press the Power switch, the program will be cancelled. LED Display accordingly.
  • Page 11: Program Modes

    Program Modes 1 Detergent compartment for prewash mode 2 Detergent compartment 2 3 1 P rogramme Temp. Preset Fibre Type Preset Spin Speed Accelerate 1400 rpm 0-90° C 30°C 0-60°C 30°C Chemical 1200 rpm fibre fabrics 1000 rpm 3 Mix 0-60°C 30°C 4 Wool...
  • Page 12 Water Max.Load Wash Spin Program Temp. HWF75AW1 Performance HWF75AW1 HWF75AW1 Time HWF85AW1 HWF85AW1 HWF85AW1 61.2/67.5L 1:58h 7.5/8.5kg 0.837/1.038kwh 7.5/8.5kg 1:33h 1:07h 7.5/8.5kg 2/2.5kg 0:48h Wool 4/4.5kg 1:03h Underwear 2/2.5kg Sport 0:25h Jeans 7.5/8.5kg 1:12h Hygienic 2:06h 4/4.5kg Spin 0:07h Duvet 2/2.5kg...
  • Page 13: Washing Methods

    Universal Color Delicate Special Sport Jeans Hygienic Express 15 Daliy Wash Baby Care Delicate Hand Wash Detergent Temperture range in Liquid cold - 60 Powder 40 - 90 - - - - - - required please refer to the detergent packaging. Info:Modern washing detergents work at low temperatures.
  • Page 14: Preparing The Laundry

    Preparing the Laundry Sort out clothes according to fabric (c how dirty they are. Separate white clothes from colored ones. Wash them rst by hand to check if they fade or run. Empty pockets (keys, coins, etc.) and (e.g. brooches). which user has to pay by him and can cause damage in the machine.
  • Page 15: Adding Detergent

    Due to the increasing foam, the rinse me will be longer than normal; The foam may from the detergent drawer because of the increasing pressure of the foam; It may remain foam without cleaning out er th spinning cycle. Recommend on: Clean the detergent drawer once a week.
  • Page 16: Care Chart

    fun ons" on the "Control panel" pages (08 and 09) for selec ng temperature and spin speed. It is advisable to select the recommended value. Washing Press the Start/Pause bu on. The washing machine will operate according to the preset programs. The washing machine will stop op on autom ly when a washing cycle ends.
  • Page 17: Maintenance

    Maintenance Cleaning and Care A er washing Turn o the water supply and remove the electrical plug each wash. Open the washer door to prevent form on of moisture and odors. If the washing machine is idle for a long period, drain the water in the machine and replace the drain hose.
  • Page 18: Moving The Machine

    Maintenance Water inlet valve and inlet valve To prevent blockage to the water supply by ingress of foreign substances, clean the water inlet valve and inlet valve regularly. Moving the machine Remove the back cover. Remove the blanking plugs. Tighten the bolts with a spanner. Replace the back cover.
  • Page 19 Maintenance . l e Contact the maintenance personnel. Water level sensor error. . l e . l e board and motor . l e board and power board End of wash cycle. 19:30 1:25 1.In case washing 1 piece of laundry(carpet, Washing machine has an unbalanced load bed sheet,table sheet,ect) make it symmetrical inside the drum.
  • Page 20: Trouble-Shoo Ng

    Trouble-Shoo ng Trouble-Sho Problem Causes Solu ons Washing machine fails to operate. Power failure. Check the power supply. The washer door is not properly closed. Close the washer door properly. Machine has not been switched on. Make sure the machine is switched on. Water tap is not turned on.
  • Page 21: Technical Date

    Technical date Basic technical informa on regarding the appliance. HWF85AW1 HWF75AW1 Power source 220 - 240V~/50 Hz 220 - 240V~/50 Hz i k r Water pressure (MPa) Max power (W) 2000 2000 Net weight (kg) not solved. Please check the Warranty Card included in the product.

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