Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product L 46210 AEG
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LAVAMAT 46210 Washing Machine User Manual.
2 Dear Customer Thank you for choosing one of our high-quality products. With this appliance you will experience the perfect combination of functional design and cutting edge technology. Convince yourself that our appliances are engine ered to deliver the best performance and control - indeed we are setting the highest standards of excellence.
Contents 3 Contents Warnings 5 Use 5 Precautions to be taken against frost 6 Description of the appliance 7 Dispenser box 7 Control panel 8 Display 8 Personalisation 9 Child safety 9 Audible signal 9 .
Contents 4 Care and cleaning 22 Descaling the appliance 22 The exterior 22 Dispenser box 22 Drainage filter 24 Water inlet filters 25 Operating problems 26 Warnings 29 Installation 30 Unpac king 30 Un.
Warnings 5 Warnings Keep this user manual with your appliance. If the appliance is sold or given to another person, please make sure this user manual is included. This way, the new user will have the relevant operating instructions and warnings. These warnings are for the safety of yo u and others around you.
Warnings 6 Precautions to be taken against frost If your appliance is exposed to te mperatures below 0°C, the following precautions must be taken : • Close the tap and disconnect the inlet hose. • Place the end of this hose an d the drain hose in a basin on the floor.
Description of the appliance 7 Description of the appliance Dispenser box Prewash Wash Softener (do not fill above the MAX symbol ) M Lid handle Filter access cover Adjustable levelling feet Lever for.
Description of the appliance 8 Control panel Display Programme selector Display Start/Pause pushbutton Pushbuttons and their functions Delay start pushbutton Child safety Length of cycle or Timer dela.
Description of the appliance 9 Personalisation Child safety This option provides two types of locking : - if the option is acti vated after the cycle has started, no changes to the options or program are possible. The cycle runs and you must deactivate the option to run a new cycle.
How to run a wash cycle 10 How to run a wash cycle ? Before you wash laundry in your wash ing machine for the first time, we re- commend you run a preliminary wash at 95°C, with no laundry but with de- tergent. This will clean the tub. Loading washing • Open the lid of the appliance.
How to run a wash cycle 11 other positions). This programme dial can be turned to the right or to the left. If the programme dial is turned while the washing machine is on a washing cycle, the error code “Err” appears in the display window and the START/PAU- SE butt on flashes in yellow for a fe w seconds.
How to run a wash cycle 12 Stain For very dirty or stained washing. A stain removing product can be poured into the prewash compartment in the product dispenser. Sensitive Rinsing action increased by an addition al rinse cycle with, at the same time, reduced drum movement (fabric protection).
How to run a wash cycle 13 PAUSE and then DELAY START . Press START/PAUSE to start the cycle. • To change the timer delay period, you must go through the STOP position and reprogram your cycle. The lid will be locked during the delayed start time. If you need to open it, you must first pause the appliance by pressing the START/PAUSE pushbutton.
How to run a wash cycle 14 START/PAUSE button flashes in yellow for several seconds. If you still decide to change the programme, yo u must cancel the current programme (see below). Cancelling the programme If you want to cancel the programme, turn the programme selector to the STOP position.
Washing guide 15 Washing guide Sorting and preparing the washing • Sort washing by type and care label (refer to International symbols section below) : normal wash for tough fabrics which can withstand intense washing and spinning cycles ; delicate wash for delicate fabrics which need to be treate d with care.
Washing guide 16 Detergents and additives Only use detergents and additives design ed for use in a washing machine. Re- fer to manufacturer’s recommendations and also Dispenser box and Using the right amount of detergent sections. We do not recommend mixing different types of detergents.
Washing guide 17 International symbols NORMAL WASH Wash at 95°C Wash at 60°C Wash at 40°C Wash at 30°C Hand wa sh Do not wa sh DELICATE WASH BLEACHING Whitewas hing (bleach) allowed (col d only an.
Programmes table 18 Programmes table All the possibilities are not listed here, only the settings which a re customary and sound in practice. Programme / Type of washing Load Possible opt ions Cottons : W hite or colour, e.g., normally soiled work clothes, bed linen, tabl e linen, body linen, towels.
Programmes table 19 Drain : Ru ns an empty cycle after a Ri nse hold or (Night Silence P lus). 5,5 kg Spin : A spin cycle from 400 to 1000 rpm after a Rinse hold (or Night silence plus ). 5,5 kg Delay start 30 min : Ideal for laundry whi ch just needs refreshing.
Consumption 20 Consumption Average figures which can vary depend ing on conditions of use. Consump- tions shown refer to the maximum temperature for each programme.
Technical specifications 21 Technical specifications DIMENSIONS Height Width Depth 850 mm 400 mm 600 mm LINE VOLTAGE / FREQUENCY POWER CONSUMPTION 230 V / 50 Hz 2300 W WATER PRESSU RE Connection to wa.
Care and cleaning 22 Care and cleaning Unplug the appliance before cleaning. Descaling the appliance It is not generally necessary to remove limescale from the appliance if the de- tergent product is properly do sed.
Care and cleaning 23 3. Clean the two parts of the dete rgent dispenser und er running water. 4. Re-assemble the two parts of the detergent dispenser. 5.
Care and cleaning 24 Drainage filter Clean the filter located at the base of the appliance regularly : 1. Open the door, with the aid of a screwdrive r, for example. 2. Place a bowl underneath it . Turn the plug anti-clockwise until it is vertical and can release the residual water.
Care and cleaning 25 Water inlet filters 5. Put it back in. 6. Screw in the plug. 7. Close the door again. Unscrew the ends of the water inlet pipe and clean the filters.
Operating problems 26 Operating problems Numerous checks were carried out on your appliance before it left the factory. However, should you notice a malfunction, please refer to the sections below before contacting the after-sales service.
Operating problems 27 the wash cycle is much too long: •the water inlet filters are dirty, •the power or water su pply has been cut off, •the motor overheating detector has been activated, •th.
Operating problems 28 Softener runs directly into the drum when filling the dispenser box : •you have gone past th e MAX indicator. * Depending on model. ** On some models, the audible signals can sound. *** After solving any problems, pre ss the START/PAUSE pushbutton to restart the interrupted programme.
Warnings 29 Warnings • This appliance is heavy. Take care when moving it. • The appliance must have the transit bolts removed before use. If all protective transit devices are not remo ved, this could cause damage to the appliance or to neighbouring cabinets or furniture.
Installation 30 Installation Remove all protective packaging for tr ansit before using for the first time. Keep in case needed for future transit : Transporting a non-secured appliance may damage internal components and cause leakages and malfunctions.
Installation 31 5. Lift the detergent dispenser out upwards. 6. Remove the block immobilising the drum. 7. Replace the detergent dispen- ser..
Installation 32 Untying 5 1 4 3 2 1 2 Operation 1. Operation 2. Operation 3. Operation 4..
Installation 33 3 4 Operation 5. Operation 6. Operation 7. Operation 8. Operation 9..
Installation 34 To install your washing machine at the same level as surrounding furniture , proceed as follows : Water supply Install the supplied water inlet hose at the rear of your washing machine by proceeding as follows (Do not reuse an old hose) : 5 Operation 1.
Installation 35 Open the wate r inlet tap. Check there are no leaks. The water inlet hose can not be extended. If it is too short, please contact the after-sales service. Drainage The connector at the end of the flexible hose can be attached to all common types of standpipe.
Installation 36 Air must be able to enter the end of the hose, to avoid any risk of siphoning. The drain hose must never be stretched. If it is too short, contact a tradesper- son. Electrical connection This washing machine must only be connected in single-phased 230 V.
Installation 37 3.When the appliance is stable, hold the foot against the floor and raise the collar as far as it will go..
Environment 38 Environment Disposing of the appliance All materials carrying the symbol are recyclable. Dispose of t hem at a waste collection site (enquire at yo ur local council) for collection and recycling.
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