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HW60-12829
HW70-12829
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  • Page 1 User manual Washing machine HW60-12829 HW70-12829...
  • Page 2 Thank You Thank you for purchasing a Haier Product. Please read these instructions carefully before using this appliance. The instructions con- tain important information which will help you get the best out of the appliance and ensure safe and proper installation, use and maintenance.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Content 1-Safety information ..........................4 2-Product description ........................7 3-Control panel ...........................8 4-Programmes ..........................11 5-Consumption ..........................12 6-Daily use ............................13 7-Eco-friendly washing ........................18 8-Care and cleaning ........................19 9-Troubleshooting ........................... 22 10-Installation ........................... 25 11-Technical data ..........................29 12-Customer service ........................31...
  • Page 4: 1-Safety Information

    1-Safety information Before switching on the appliance for the first time read the follow- ing safety hints!: WARNING! Before first use ▶ Make sure there is no transport damage. ▶ Make sure all transport bolts are removed. ▶ Remove all packaging and keep out of children´s reach. ▶...
  • Page 5 1-Safety information WARNING! Daily use ▶ Do not remove or insert the plug in the presence of flammable ▶ Do not hot wash foam rubber or sponge-like materials. ▶ Do not wash any laundry which is polluted with flour. ▶ Do not open detergent drawer during any wash cycle. ▶...
  • Page 6 1-Safety information WARNING! Installation ▶ Install or use the appliance only where the temperature is above 5 °C. ▶ Do not place the appliance directly on a carpet, or close to a wall or furniture. ▶ Do not install the appliance in direct sunlight or in the near of heat sources(e.g.
  • Page 7: 2-Product Description

    2-Product description Note: Due to technical changes and different models, the illustrations in the following chap- ters may differ from your model. 2.1 Picture of appliance Front (Fig. 2-1): Rear side (Fig. 2-2): HW80-BP14636 Algodón Cotton Express 15 min Express HW100-B14636 15min BLDC motor...
  • Page 8: 3-Control Panel

    3-Control panel 13 12 11 15 min 60 min program Function buttons: Indicators: 1 Detergent /Softener drawer Extra rinse indicator “Temperature” “Power“ button 10 Delay indicator “Spin speed” 3 Programme selector 11 Display “Delay” “Start/Pause“ button 12 Spin speed indicator “Extra rinse”...
  • Page 9: Function Buttons

    LED lights or -in case of only one option- the LED switches off. program Note: Factory settings To get best results in each programme Haier has well defined specific default settings. If there is no special 3.5.1 3.5.2 3.5.3...
  • Page 10 3-Control panel 3-5.3 3-5.4 3.5.3-Function button “Delay” Press this button (Fig. 3-5.3) to start the programme with a delay. End time delay could be increased in steps of 30 minutes from 0,5-24h. For example display off 6:30 means end of programme cycle will be in 6 hours and 30 minutes.
  • Page 11: 4-Programmes

    4-Programmes Detergent compartment for: Water inlet only, no detergent Detergent Softener or care product • Yes, Optional, º Max. load Temperature Preset spin in kg in °C speed HW60/ seletable in rpm Programme HW70/ range 1 Fibre type • º Cotton 6.0/7.0 * to 90...
  • Page 12: 5-Consumption

    5-Consumption The indicated consumption values may accordingly differ to local conditions. Temper- Max. load Energy Water Washing time Spin ature drying in °C in kg in kWh in L in h:min perfor- mance HW60/HW70 HW60/HW70 Programme HW60/HW70 HW60/HW70 in % 40°C 3.0/3.5 0.55/0.63...
  • Page 13: 6-Daily Use

    6-Daily use 6.1 Power supply Connect the washing machine to a power supply (220V to 240V~/50Hz; Fig. 6-1). Please refer also to section INSTALLATION. 6.2 Water connection ▶ Before connecting check the cleanliness and clar- ity of the water inlet. ▶...
  • Page 14: Care Chart

    6-Daily use Care chart Washing Washable up to 95°C Washable up to 60°C Washable up to 60°C normal process normal process mild process Washable up to 40°C Washable up to 40°C Washable up to 40°C normal process mild process very mild process Washable up to 30°C Washable up to 30°C Washable up to 30°C...
  • Page 15 6-Daily use 6.5 Selecting detergent ▶ Washing efficiency and performance is determined by used detergent quality. ▶ Use only machine wash approved detergent. ▶ If needed use specific detergents, e.g. for synthetic and woolen fabric. ▶ Mind always detergent manufacturer recommendations. ▶...
  • Page 16 6-Daily use 6.6 Adding detergent 1. Slide out the detergent drawer. 2. Put the required chemicals into corresponding compartments (Fig. 6-6) 3. Push back the drawer gently. Note: 15 min ▶ Remove detergent residues before next wash cycle from the detergent drawer. ▶...
  • Page 17 6-Daily use 6.10 Start wash programme 6-10 program Press “Start/Pause“ button (Fig. 6-10) to start. Ap- pliance operates according to present settings. Chang- es are only possible by cancelling the programme. 6.11 Interrupt - cancel wash programme To interrupt a running programme press gently “Start/Pause“.
  • Page 18: 7-Eco-Friendly Washing

    7-Eco-friendly washing Environmentally responsible use ▶ To achieve best use of energy, water, detergent and time you should use the recom- mended maximum load size. ▶ Do not overload (hand width clearance above laundry). ▶ For slightly soiled laundry select the Quick Wash programme. ▶...
  • Page 19: 8-Care And Cleaning

    8-Care and cleaning 8.1 Cleaning the detergent drawer Take always care there are no detergent residues. Clean the drawer regularly (Fig. 8-1): 1. Pull out the drawer until it stops. 2. Press the release button and remove the drawer. 3. Flush the drawer with water until it is clean and insert the drawer back in the appliance.
  • Page 20 8-Care and cleaning 8.5 Long periods of disuse 8-5.1 8-5.2 If the appliance is left idle for a longer period: 1. Pull out the electrical plug (Fig. 8-5.1). 2. Turn off water supply (Fig. 8-5.2). 3. Open the door to prevent formation of moisture and odours.
  • Page 21 8-Care and cleaning 8-6.7 9. Clean carefully pump filter, e.g. using running water 8-6.8 (Fig. 8-6.7). 10. Refix it thoroughly (Fig. 8-6.8). 11. Close service flap. CAUTION! ▶ Pump filter sealing has to be clean and unhurt. If the lid is not full tightened, water can escape.
  • Page 22: 9-Troubleshooting

    9-Troubleshooting Many occuring problems could be solved by yourself without specific expertise. In case of a problem please check all shown possibilities and follow below instructions before you contact an after sales service. See CUSTOMER SERVICE. WARNING! ▶ Before maintenance, deactivate the appliance and disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket.
  • Page 23 9-Troubleshooting Problem Cause Solution • Motor - error. • Contact the After sales service. FC0, FC1 or • Abnormal communication error. • Contact the After sales service. • Unbalanced load - error. • Check and balance laundry load in the drum. Reduce the load.
  • Page 24 9-Troubleshooting Problem Cause Solution Automatic adjust- • Washing programme duration will • This is normal and doesn‘t af- ment of washing be adjusted. fect functionality. time. Spinning fails. • Unbalance of laundry. • Check machine load and laun- dry and run a spinning pro- gramme again.
  • Page 25: 10-Installation

    10-Installation 10.1 Preparation ▶ Take the appliance out of the packaging. ▶ Remove all packaging material including polystyrene base, keep them out of childrens reach. While opening the package, water drops may be seen on plastic bag and port- hole. This normal phenomenon results from water tests in the factory. Note: Packaging disposal Keep all packaging materials out of children´s reach and dispose them in an environmen- tally friendly manner.
  • Page 26 10-Installation 10.4 Moving the appliance If the machine is to be moved to a distant location, replace the transportation bolts re- moved before installation to prevent damage: 1. Remove the blanking plugs. 2. Remove the back cover 3. Insert the plastic spacers and the transportation bolts. 4.
  • Page 27 10-Installation Following connections are possible: 10-6.2 10-6.1 10.6.1 Drain hose to sink ▶ Hang the drain hose with the U-support over the edge of a sink with adequate size (Fig. 10-6.1). ▶ Protect the U-support sufficiently against slip- ping. 10.6.2 Drain hose to waste water connection ▶...
  • Page 28 10-Installation 10-8 10.8 Electrical Connection Before each connection check if: ▶ power supply, socket and fusing are appropriate to the rating plate. ▶ the power socket is earthed and no multi-plug or extension are used. ▶ the power plug and socket are strictly according. ▶...
  • Page 29: 11-Technical Data

    11-Technical data 11.1 Product fiche according to regulation EU No. 1061/2010 Suppliers name or trade mark Haier Supplier´s model identifier HW60-12829 HW70-12829 Rated capacity (kg) Energy efficiency class A+++ Energy consumption per year (AE in kWh/year) Energy consumption of standard cotton pro- 0.66...
  • Page 30 11-Technical data 11.2 Additional technical data HW60-12829 HW70-12829 Dimension in mm Height Width Depth Voltage in V 220-240 V~/50Hz Current in A Max power in W 2050 Water Pressure in MPa 0.03≤P ≤1 Max. water inlettemperatur cold Netto weight in kg 11.3 Standards and Directives...
  • Page 31: 12-Customer Service

    If you cannot find a solution there, please contact ▶ your local dealer or ▶ the Service & Support area at www.haier.com where you can find telephone numbers and FAQs and where you can activate the service claim. To contact our Service, ensure that you have the following data available.
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