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Whirlpool PROW 0612IIM Installation And Maintenance Manual

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INSTALLATION AND
MAINTENANCE
PROW 0612IIM
PROW 0614II
PROD 06SCII
PROD 06SVII
WASHING MACHINE
2-17
TUMBLE DRYER
18-36
SERVICE AND GUARANTEE
37

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  • Page 1 INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE PROW 0612IIM PROW 0614II PROD 06SCII PROD 06SVII WASHING MACHINE 2-17 TUMBLE DRYER 18-36 SERVICE AND GUARANTEE...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS – WASHING MACHINE SAFETY CHANGING SETTINGS 12-13 Transit screws Language General Locking the programme Child lock on Start/Stop button Wash temperature, C or F Door Changing preset wash temperature Overfill cut-out Child lock Packaging Transport/Winter storage MAINTENANCE 14-15 Scrapping Emptying/cleaning trap and drain pump Inspection holes under drum paddles PARTS OF THE WASHING MACHINE...
  • Page 3: Safety

    SAFETY TRANSIT SCREWS OVERFILL CUT-OUT Before the machine can be used the three trans- If the water level in the machine rises above it screws must be removed. See chapter ”Mecha- normal the overfill cut-out shuts off the water nical Installation”. intake and starts pumping out the water.
  • Page 4: Parts Of The Washing Machine

    PARTS OF THE WASHING MACHINE 1. DETERGENT DRAWER 2. POWER SWITCH 3. PROGRAMME PANEL 4. RATING PLATE 5. DOOR-DRAIN PUMP/EMERGENCY OPEN 6. DRAIN PUMP/EMERGENCY OPEN (BEHIND FLAP) 7. DOOR 1. DETERGENT COMPARTMENT – PRE-WASH 2. DETERGENT COMPARTMENT – MAIN WASH 3.
  • Page 5: Technical Information

    595 mm. Depth: 585 mm. Weight: 73 kg. Drum capacity: 50 l. Max wash load: 6.0 kg. Spin speed PROW 0612IIM: 1200 rpm. Spin speed PROW 0614II: 1400 rpm. Power rating: See rating plate. Element power: See rating plate. Water pressure: 0.1–1 MPa, 1–10 kp/cm2, 10–100 N/cm2.
  • Page 6: Programme Cycles

    PROGRAMME CYCLES EURO PROGRAMMES P1 Heavy wash 90°C P2 Normal wash 60°C P3 Normal wash 60°C P4 Normal wash 40°C P5 Synthetic wash 40°C P6 Super quick wash 40°C P7 Wool/hand wash 30°C (1) P8 Spin (1) High water level and gentle motor action. EXPLANATIONS Rinse 1/1 (6,0 kg)
  • Page 7 PROGRAMME CYCLES WASHING MACHINE...
  • Page 8: Mechanical Installation

    MECHANICAL INSTALLATION TRANSIT SCREWS 3. Finally, refit the rubber spacers to cover the Before the machine can be used the three trans- transit holes. it screws must be removed as described below. Each transit screw has a washer and a rubber spacer.
  • Page 9: Positioning The Washing Machine

    POSITIONING THE WASHING MACHINE The machine can be anchored to the floor, see enclosed bag containing instructions and parts. The washing machine can be built-in or free- standing. It should be positioned so that there is an electrical socket within easy reach. ADJUSTING THE FEET Adjust the feet so that the machine is level and steady on the floor.
  • Page 10: Water Intake - Mixed Or Cold Water

    first to remove any dirt. Otherwise this could CONNECTING TO THE DRAIN clog the intake filter in the machine and block Machine with drain pump the water supply. The machine is supplied with a drain hose al- ready fitted and this should be connected to a WATER INTAKE –...
  • Page 11: Electrical Installation

    ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CONNECTING TO A COIN MECHANISM The washing machine must be connected using Connection to a coin mechanism must be car- a permanently installed cable through an isola- ried out by a qualified electrician. ting switch by a qualified electrician. A special connecting cable is required to con- nect the machine to a coin mechanism.
  • Page 12: Changing Settings

    CHANGING SETTINGS LANGUAGE Within three seconds of pressing the You can change the language of the displayed button for the fifth time you should hold in the text. programme button for the programme you want The languages you can choose from are Dansk, to lock for 5-10 seconds until the information Deutsch, English, Espanol, Français, Italiano, in the display starts flashing.
  • Page 13: Child Lock

    Super quick wash mode. - C, 30, 35, …, 85, 90, 95ºC. Press the button five times, then press Delicate and Wool wash - C, 30, 35, 40ºC. button five times. You have to comple- If you choose C, the wash temperature will te these ten button presses within fifteen se- be the same as the intake water temperature.
  • Page 14: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE EMPTYING/CLEANING TRAP AND DRAIN PUMP INSPECTION HOLES UNDER DRUM PADDLES (only machines with drain pump) If you think that an item such as a nail, paper- The washing machine has a trap that is desig- clip, hair clip or the like has fallen through the ned to catch coins, hair clips, etc.
  • Page 15: Inspection Holes Under Drum Paddles

    Push the paddle cover away from you until it is CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE MACHINE in its original position. Clean the outside and the programme panel using mild detergent. Do not use abrasives or CLEANING THE DETERGENT DRAWER solvents as they may damage the machine. Do Pull the drawer out as far as it will go.
  • Page 16: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING DOOR WILL NOT OPEN • Pull the handle to open the door. 1. Check that the power switch is on. 2. Has there been a power cut? Check the fuses in the fuse box. The door cannot be opened with the button if there is no power.
  • Page 17: The Display Is Lighting When A

    – that the drain pump is not blocked by a fo- THE DISPLAY IS LIGHTING WHEN A PROGRAMME reign object. Clean the pump, see chapter on IS SELECTED, BUT NO CHARACTERS OR DIGITS Maintenance. ARE SHOWN – that the drain hose is not kinked. No characters or digits are shown on the dis- After doing this, run programme P8.
  • Page 18 CONTENTS - TUMBLE DRYER SAFETY CHANGING SETTINGS General Language Using the dryer first time Locking the programme Child lock on Start/Stop buttons Child lock Thermal cut-out Float MAINTENANCE 32-34 Door Cleaning the outside of the machine Packaging Cleaning the fan Scrapping Cleaning the condenser Cleaning the lint filter...
  • Page 19: Safety

    SAFETY GENERAL • Read and keep this manual! FLOAT (only applies to condenser dryer) • Any electrical work must be carried out by a A float switches off the machine if there is a qualified electrician. blockage in the condensed water hose. •...
  • Page 20: Parts Of The Tumble Dryer

    PARTS OF THE TUMBLE DRYER 1. LINT FILTER HOLDER 5. DOOR 2. RATING PLATE 6. FAN (BEHIND FRONT PANEL) 3. CONDENSATION WATER TANK – 7. CONDENSER – CONDENSER TUMBLE CONDENSER TUMBLE DRYERS ONLY DRYERS ONLY (BEHIND FRONT PANEL) 4. PANEL 8.
  • Page 21: Technical Information

    TECHNICAL INFORMATION TECHNICAL DATA Height: 850 mm. Width: 595 mm. Depth: 585 mm. Weight: 39 kg (vented) / 47 kg (condenser). Drum capacity: 111 l. Drying capacity: 6.0 kg. Speed: 52 rpm. Power rating: See rating plate. Composition of drum: Stainless steel.
  • Page 22: Mechanical Installation

    2 plastic holders. Plastic bag inside the drum. 2 metal tip guards. Attached to the lower back of the machine. An optional pull-out top can be purchased from your Whirlpool dealer: Art no. 80 619 07- 0 (white) and 80 619 07-26 (black). TUMBLE DRYER MECHANICAL INSTALLATION...
  • Page 23: Adjusting The Feet

    Fit the stacking kit as follows: 4. Position the plastic cups so that the arrowed lugs 1. Unscrew the two arrowed screws at the rear are flush with the front of the washing machine. and side of the top, then press down onto the top.
  • Page 24: Condensed Water

    CONDENSED WATER VENTING (only applies to condenser tumble dryer) (only applies to venting tumble dryer) The machine is supplied with a 2.0 metre-long The exhaust air from the tumble dryer must be drain hose. Use this to remove the condensed led to a ventilation duct or a wall outlet using water.
  • Page 25 Connecting to vent duct The hose must always run downwards or stay The vent hose must follow the shortest, straigh- level with the tumble dryer. test path possible from the tumble dryer to the vent duct. Cut the vent hose to length if it is Accessories too long.
  • Page 26: Reversing The Door

    REVERSING THE DOOR 3. Move the hinge pin to the other side of the The dryer is supplied with the door hinged on bracket. When the door is hung on the right the left side. You can reverse the door so that side the hinge bracket must be the hinge is on the right side turned upside down.
  • Page 27 7. Lift out the door magnet (1) and plate (2). 11. Unscrew the arrowed screw. If the dryer is a condenser model you must also open the cover over the condenser. 12. Now fit the door to the right side of the machine.
  • Page 28 13. Fit the hinge bracket, tightening the screws in the order shown. 14. Refit the screw you unscrewed in step 11. 15. Refit the lower front panel. TUMBLE DRYER MECHANICAL INSTALLATION...
  • Page 29 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION TUMBLE DRYER...
  • Page 30: Electrical Installation

    ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION Connecting the tumble dryer and Whirlpool The washing machine must be connected using washing machine together a permanently installed cable through an isola- Wiring the two machines together as described ting switch by a qualified electrician.
  • Page 31: Changing Settings

    CHANGING SETTINGS LANGUAGE plete these ten button presses within fifteen se- You can change the language of the displayed conds. text. Within three seconds of pressing the The languages you can choose from are Dansk, button for the fifth time you should hold in the Deutsch, English, Espanol, Français, Italiano, programme button for the programme you want Nederlands, Norsk, Portugués, Suomi and...
  • Page 32: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE MACHINE 4. Hold the fan and unscrew the nut. Clean the outside and the programme panel using mild detergent. Do not use abrasives or solvents as they may damage the machine. Do not spray the machine with water. NOTE! Do not let dust collect around the machine.
  • Page 33: Cleaning The Condenser

    CLEANING THE CONDENSER 5. Refit the condenser. Make sure you put it in The condenser should be cleaned at least six the right way times a year, or more often if the user has pets. up. The top of the con- 1.
  • Page 34: Cleaning The Lint Filter

    IN AREAS WITH HARD WATER CLEANING THE LINT FILTER HOLDER If the machine is installed in an area that has Dust and dirt can gather in the bottom of the hard water this can produce a limescale deposit lint filter holder. Take out the lint filter and use on the lint filter.
  • Page 35: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING MACHINE WILL NOT START NOTE: Check If your dryer overheats frequently, it may not be • that the door is closed properly. vented properly or the room in which it is loca- • if the child lock is activated. To start the tum- ted may not have sufficient air circulation.
  • Page 36: The Display Is Lighting When A Program

    Maximum programme duration. After the To change language do as follows: machine has run for the maximum time (3 Switch off the power switch, , then switch hours) it automatically stops. Check and repla- it on again so that the machine is in start-up ce any blown fuses in the fuse box.
  • Page 37: Service And Guarantee

    SERVICE AND GUARANTEE GUARANTEE SERVICE For details contact your local dealer. Place for stamp SERVICE AND GUARANTEE...
  • Page 38 NOTES...
  • Page 39 NOTES...
  • Page 40 Art. No. 80 879 04. Rev 01 The right to make changes is reserved. Printed on environment friendly paper.

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