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Whirlpool AWO5100 User Manual

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AWO5100
AWO6100
AWO6100P

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  • Page 1 USER MANUAL AWO5100 AWO6100 AWO6100P...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    03 - 09 10 - 15 16- 20 TABLE OF CONTENTS BEFORE USE USING THE APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE > COMPONENTS ....... 03 > > CLEANING & CARE ......16 PROGRAM SELECTION ..... 10 > PREPARATION ........ 04 > > TECHNICAL DATA DISPLAY CODES ......
  • Page 3: Components

    ACC ESS O R I ES Check the accessories and literature in accordance with this list: 1x I nlet hose assembly 1x D rain hose bracket USER MANUAL AWO5100 AWO6100 3x Blanking plugs 1x U ser manual Whirlpool 1x Bottom Cover...
  • Page 4: Preparation

    BEFORE USE PREPARATION PREPARING THE MACHINE Remove all the packing materials to prevent unsteadiness, including the polystyrene base. Upon opening the package, water drops may be seen on the plastic bag and the porthole. This is normal phenomenon resulting from water tests in the factory. DESCRIPTION This diagram may be slightly different from the layout of the washing machine you have just purchased due to technical improvements.
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    BEFORE USE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE SWITCHING THE APPLIANCE ON FOR THE FIRST TIME DO ... DO NOT ..Make sure that the transport bolts are removed..Touch or use the appliance when barefoot or with wet ... Use a separate earthed socket for the power supply. or damp hands or feet.
  • Page 6: Installation

    BEFORE USE INSTALLATION ADJUSTING THE BOTTOM COVER When open the carton package, you will find a metalline board which is laid on the top of the washing machine as shown fig.1, the board used for reducing noise and rat proof by install it under the cabinet when setting as shown in fig.2.
  • Page 7 BEFORE USE INLET HOSE 1. Connect the nut on the inlet hose to the connector on the water valve. 2. Apply inlet hose to a water tap with cold, fresh water. Note: Use the hose-set supplied with the appliance. Old hose-sets should not be reused.
  • Page 8: Control Panel

    BEFORE USE CONTROL PANEL Program knob Delay Button Power Switch Detergent distribution drawer Start/Pause Button Display Spinning Speed Setting Button E+F: Combination for keyboard lock Washing temperature button OPERATIONAL FUNCTIONS ¬ Program knob _By turning the knob clockwise/counterclockwise, the required program can be selected. There are 11 programs available.
  • Page 9 Before use ¬delay Button Touch this button lightly, the washing machine will start operation after a period of time and the corresponding indicator will go on. The range is 0.5-24 hours; each touch of this button increases a half hour. After the button is set, press the Start/Pause button to start countdown of the set time (the time is displayed on the screen until the program ends).
  • Page 10: Program Selection

    USING THE APPL I A N C E P ROGR A M SELECTION P R OG RAM M OD ES 1 Detergent compartment for prewash mode 2 Detergent compartment 3 Compartment for softener and other additives Temperature Preset Program Maximum Preset R ecommended L aundry spin speed...
  • Page 11 USING THE APPL I A N C E C ONSUMPTION A N D TECHNIC A L DA T A CO NSUM PTIO N T ABLE The wash cycle times are intended as a guide only. The actual time used may vary due to different water pressure, initial water temperature, etc.
  • Page 12: Washing Methods

    USING THE APPL I A N C E W A SHING METHO D S PLE A SE NOTE This washing machine is for domestic use only. I f the machine is use for commercial purpose the guarantee will not be valid anymore. D o not use it for purposes other than that for which it was designed. Follow the instructions given on the label of each garment and wash only machine-washable garments.
  • Page 13 USING THE APPL I A N C E LO A DI N G TH E MA CHI NE Open the washer door, put in the laundry piece by piece. Close the door tightly. ¬ When first using the washing machine, let it run unloaded for one program to prevent the laundry from being tainted by oil or dirty water from the washing machine.
  • Page 14: Using The Appliance

    USING THE APPLIANCE SETTING WASHING TEMPERATURE Press and hold down the temperature button until the desired temperature is selected or the symbol "--" for no water heating. SETTING SPIN SPEED Press and hold down the speed button until the desired speed is selected or the symbol "0" is selected for no spin.
  • Page 15 using the APPLiAnCe cARE chARt resistant material Bleachable in cold water don't dry clean delicate fabric do not bleach dry flat Washable at 95 °C iron at 200 °C Hung to dry Washable at 60 °C iron at 150 °C dry on clothes hanger Washable at 40 °C iron at 100 °C...
  • Page 16: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE CLEANING & CARE AFTER WASHING Turn off the water supply and pull out electricity plug after each wash. Open the washer door to prevent formation of moisture and odours. If the washing machine is left idle for a long period, drain the water in the machine and replace the drain hose.
  • Page 17 MAINTENANCE WA T ER I NLE T V AL V E AN D I NLE T V AL V E FI L T ER To prevent blockage to the water supply by foreign substances, clean the water inlet valve and inlet valve filter regularly.
  • Page 18: Display Codes

    maintenance DisplAy coDes diSpLAy codES ANd SpEciAL fUNctioNS COdES CAuSES SOluTiONS Err1 ¬ door is not properly shut. _ Shut the door properly. Err2 ¬ drainage error, water not emptied within 4 _ Clean the filter and check the drain hose for blockage. if error minutes.
  • Page 19: Troubleshooting

    MAINTENANCE TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING The following circumstances do not constitute problems. Do not contact the Service Center until the problem has been confirmed. PROBLEM CAUSES SOLUTIONS Washing machine fails to ¬ Poor connection to the power supply. _ Check connection to the power supply. operate.
  • Page 20 MAINTENANCE I MPORT A NT SA FETY I NFORM A TION D o not use a multiple socket extension cord. A separate earthed socket is required. I f the mains cord becomes damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified person. ELECTRIC A L ( U K ONLY ) Never remove the plug from the socket by pulling on the cord, always grasp the plug.

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