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Zanussi TL 984 C1 Instruction Manual

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TL 984 C1
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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS For the user For the installer Safety instructions 23/24 Technical information Description of the appliance Installation Use of your appliance Unpacking Operating instructions 27/28 Installation Programme chart 29/30 Levelling Hints & Tips 31-33 Moving of the appliance Cleaning and maintenance Water connection If something doesn't work 35/36...
  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS You must read the whole of this instruction book Small and delicate objects (e.g. baby socks, before you use the appliance. Follow the advice stockings) can be easily washed inside a small carefully. Keep the book for future reference. If you pillowcase with a zip fastener or in larger sell or give away the appliance, make sure that the socks.
  • Page 4 Environmental information Safeties Lid : your washing machine is equipped with a safety avoiding the switching of the appliance All materials marked by the symbol when the flapdoors of the drum are opened ; biodegradable. They can be disposed of without the closure of the lid is so impossible.
  • Page 5: Description Of The Appliance

    DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE Temperature selector Programme selector Pushbuttons Control panel Light Handle for opening lid Lever for castors Trap door for lint filter Detergent dispenser Symbols ( ) Washing powder for programmes with prewash (1). ( ) Washing powder or liquid detergent for the main wash (2).
  • Page 6: Use Of Your Appliance

    USE OF YOUR APPLIANCE The control panel Never turn the programme selector when the appliance is working. TL 984 C 1 2 3 4 5 6 Programme selector 1 ON/OFF pushbutton " " It enables to select the most adapted programme Press the ON/OFF pushbutton, the programme to the nature and degreees of soil of your laundry.
  • Page 7: Place The Laundry In The Drum

    OPERATING OPERATIONS Before using your appliance for the first time, we recommend that you do a preliminary wash with the machine empty, as a precaution to clean the drum, the tub and the detergent dispenser. 1. Pour a dose of detergent in the “washing” compartment. 2.
  • Page 8: Select The Temperature

    6. Select the temperature Choose the temperature which corresponds to the chosen programme. 7. Select the programme Choose the programme according to the nature and the degree of soil of the laundry. Turn the programme selector clockwise to select the chosen programme. 8.
  • Page 9: Programme Chart

    PROGRAMMES CHART Programmes for cotton/linen Maximum load : 4,5 kg (cotton) Programmes Time Temperatures Detergent Water description in minutes (°C) dispensers consumption to use in liters White with 60°-95° prewash White 60°-95° 40°-60° Resistant coloured 30°-40° Delicate coloured Rinsings Spinning ) If the laundry can withstand the bleaching treatment.
  • Page 10 Programmes for synthetics/delicates/wool Maximum loads : 2,0 kg (synthetics), 1 kg (wool). Time Programmes Temperatures Detergent Water description (°C) dispensers consumption in minutes to use in liters Synthetics with 40°-60° prewash Synthetics 40°-60° Wool -40° Delicates 30°-40° 3 rinsings Rinsing Short spinning Drain The temperatures given in the programs table are provided as a guide.
  • Page 11: Hints And Tips

    HINTS AND TIPS Washing hints Resistant white and coloured synthetics can normally be washed at 60°C but also in this case You are advised not to leave your laundry too long, 40°C is sufficient if the laundry is not excessively especially when damp.
  • Page 12: Liquid Detergents

    To remove paint stains, for example, use a volatile Liquid detergents substance such as turpentine: in this case, you Using the new automatic dispenser for liquid should wait for it to dry completely before washing. detergents, it is possible to use a liquid detergent The manufacturer of your washing machine is not for main wash phases if you start the washing responsible for any damage deriving from the use...
  • Page 13: Wash Code Symbols

    Wash code symbols These symbols appear on fabric label, in order to help you choose the best way to treat your laundry. Strong wash Max. wash Max. wash Max. wash Max. wash temperature 30°C temperature 95°C temperature 60°C temperature 40°C WASH Do not Hand...
  • Page 14: Cleaning And Maintenance

    CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE Make sure that the machine is unplugged and the water tap turned off before undertaking any kind of maintenance. Bodywork The outside or the machine can be cleaned with warm water and a neutral non-abrasive household detergent. Wipe with clean water and dry after cleaning.
  • Page 15: If Something Doesn't Work

    IF SOMETHING DOESN'T WORK ? Problems Problems Problems Problems Problems Solutions Solutions Solutions Solutions Solutions The wash results are not as usual The wash results are not as usual The wash results are not as usual Check that : The wash results are not as usual The wash results are not as usual was the wrong quantity or the wrong detergent added ? Insufficient detergent leads to grey...
  • Page 16 IF SOMETHING DOESN'T WORK (continue) Problem Problem Problem Problem Problem Solutions Solutions Solutions Solutions Solutions Check that : The machine vibrates or is too noisy all the transit bolts and packing have been removed. all the feet resting firmly on the ground, the lock nuts have been secured.
  • Page 17: Service

    SERVICE If you have unable to identify or solve the problem, consult our servicing depar tment. Before telephoning, make a note of the make, model and date of purchase of your machine : the service department will require this information. Data plate You will find these informations on the data plate (at the back of the appliance) and on a sticker...
  • Page 18: For The Installer

    FOR THE INSTALLER Technical information Dimensions height with panel 895 mm height without panel 850 mm width 397 mm depth 600 mm Power supply voltage / frequency 230 V / 50 Hz Total power absorbed 2300 W (10 A) Heater rating 1950 W Water pressure minimum...
  • Page 19: Installation

    Installation 10 A + Earth The floor must be clean and dry, free from floor polish and other greasy substances, so that the machine does not slide about. Do not use any grease as lubrification. Installation on deep pile carpets and floor coverings with foam backings is not recommended, as the stability of the machine is no longer guaran- teed.
  • Page 20: Water Connection

    Water connection Connect the water inlet hose to a cold water tap with a 3/4" gas threaded orifice, after having inserted the rugger sealing washer into the hose collar (fig.1). If the water connection is made onto new pipes or onto pipes which have not been used for a long time, it is advisable to run off a certain amount of water before connecting the machine.
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