Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product L 47080 AEG
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LAVAMAT 47280 aqua control LAVAMAT 47080 aqua control The environmentally friendly washing machine User information PERFEKT IN FORM UND FUNKTION.
User information 2 SUMMARY FOR THE USER ............................................................................................... 4 WARNINGS ..................................................................................................... 4 Usage .
User information 3 FOR THE INSTALLER .................................................................................. 29 Installation and connection instructions .......................................... 29 Warnings ................................
User information 4 A - FOR THE USER WARNINGS Keep this user’s manual with your washing machine. If you sell your washing machine or give it away, make sure that it is accompanied by its user’s manual. The new user can then be informed of how the washing machine operates and read relevant warnings.
User information 5 • Remember to remove all coins, safety pins, boraches, screws, etc., before each wash. They can cause serious damage if they are left in your washing. • Do not put articles in your washing machine if you have used a solvent, alcohol, trichloroethylene, etc.
User information 6 Water that remained in the pipes will then be evacuated, thus preventing the formation of frost or ice that can damage your washing machine. The next time you want to use your washing machine, make sure that it is installed in a room in which the temperature is above 0°C.
User information 7 Washing machine description 1 - Control panel 2 - Lid opening handle 3 - Filter door 4 - Leveling screws 5 - Lever for moving the washing machine The detergents dispenser Symbols 1 - prewash 2 - wash 3 - softener (do not exceed the MAX mark) 4 - softener overflow (if overfilled).
User information 8 Control panel 1. Spinning speed pushbutton 2. «Rinse Plus» pushbutton 3. «Quick Wash» pushbutton 4. «Delay Start» pushbutton 5. «Prewash» pushbutton 6. «Stain» pushbutton 7. «Sensitive» pushbutton 8. «Start/Pause» pushbutton 9.
User information 9 How to do a wash ? Before the first wash in your washing machine, we recommend that you should do a preliminary wash at 90°C with detergent but without any washing to clean the tub. Loading the washing • Lift the machine cover. • Open the drum by pressing on the locking button A; the two flaps automatically separate.
User information 10 Choice of the required programme The programmes table will tell you which is the appropriate programme for your washing type (see programme tables). Put the programme selector onto the required programme ; the lights corresponding to the phases making up the programme will light up.
User information 11 - «Prewash» pushbutton The washing machine does a prewash at 30°C maximum. The prewash finishes with a brief spinning for cotton and synthetic programs, and by a draining for delicates programs. - « R inse plus» pushbutton This option adds two rinses on Cotton, Synthetics and Delicates programmes.
User information 12 • Cancelling of the programme : If you wish to cancel a programme, turn the knob of the programmes selector on the OFF position. It’s possible to choose a new programme, after the cancelling of the previous one. • Programme duration : This one is calculated regarding the maximal load provided for each type of textile.
User information 13 Programme progress display When you select a programme, the leds corresponding to the different step during the programme light on.
User information 14 When the appliance is switched on, the led DOOR indicates whether the lid can be opened : If : - the START/PAUSE pushbutton flashes in red, - and then the error code E40 appears in.
User information 15 You can then select a new programme after cancelling the previous one. End of program The washing machine stops automatically. You will hear a double "click" in the locking device when the cover opens. The cycle end light goes on.
User information 16 Programmes tables Washing This table does not include all possibilities, simply the best and most usual adjustments in practice. Program Washing type Load Temp. °C Possible options - White / Coloureds White or color, for example normally dirty work clothes, bed linen, table linen, underwear, towels.
User information 17 Separate rinse Separate spinning Washing type Load Program selector White / Coloureds Energy saving E 5,0 kg - RINSES Synthetics Easy iron 2,5 kg 1,0 kg Delicates 2,5 kg Wool / Han.
User information 18 Consumptions and programme durations Values given in the above table are provided as a guide and may vary depending on the water supply temperature and pressure, and your electricity power supply mains voltage.
User information 19 Washing guide Sorting and preparing your washing • Sort the washing by type and care symbol (see chapter 5.4: Inter- national symbols for care of textiles): normal wash for strong washing that can resist energetic wash and spin; delicate wash for delicate washing that should be treated more carefully.
User information 20 • about one third full for very delicate articles such as net curtains and wool. For a mixed wash, fill the drum as required for the most delicate material. Detergents and additives Only use detergents and additives suitable for use in a washing machine.
User information 21 International symbols.
User information 22 Care and cleaning Do not do any cleaning operation until you have unplugged the washing machine. Descaling the washing machine Normally there is no need to descale the washing machine if the detergent was correctly proportioned.
User information 23 You can thus clean it using running water and a brush or a twisted cloth. Check that the siphons at the back of the detergents dispenser are not blocked. Reassembly : Put the detergents dispenser in the notches until they lock. The drain filter Clean the filter at the bottom of the washing machine regularly.
User information 24 Drain residual water: Put a receptacle under the drain. Turn the cap in the anti-clockwise direction until it is vertical to release residual water. Remove the filter: Unscrew the cap all the way and take it off. Clean it tho-roughly with running water.
User’s instructions 25 Operating problems Many checks have been carried out during the manufacture of your washing machine. However, if you face a problem with its operation, please read the following sections before calling the After Sales ser- vice.
User’s instructions 26 There is water on the floor around the washing ma- chine • excess detergent has made too much foam that overflowed, • the detergent is not suitable for washing machine, • the drain siphon is not hooked on pro- perly, • the drain filter was not put back into place, • the water inlet pipe is leaking.
User’s instructions 27 The washing cycle is much too long • the water inlet is blocked, • there was a power supply failure or the water was cut off, • the motor temperature safety device tripp.
User’s instructions 28 Softener or Javel water flows through the over- flow orifice when filling* • you did not put in the right amount, • the siphons at the back of the deter- gents dispenser are blocked.
User information 29 A. FOR THE INSTALLER Installation and connection instructions Warnings • This washing machine is heavy. Take care when moving it. • You must remove the packing on the washing machine before use. Failure to remove all transport protection devices can cause damage to the washing machine or nearby furniture.
User information 30 Unpacking Packing used to protect internal parts of the washing machine during transport must be removed before the washing machine is put into service for the first time.
User information 31 You can now see the openings that must be closed with the caches in the pack attached to the washing machine; do not forget to fold down the central capsule. Make sure that you have removed all these parts from your washing machine and keep them so that you can use them again if you need them for future transport.
User information 32 Leveling Precise leveling will prevent vibrations, noise and movements of the washing machine during operation. Make the washing machine level by adjusting the leveling screw that is too short. Unscrew the stand and locking collar assembly (lift the washing machine if necessary).
User information 33 Drain The drain siphon must be placed inside a drain pipe (or in a washbasin) at a height of between 70 and 100 cm. Make sure that it cannot fall. • Important: the drain pipe must never be pro- longed. If it is too short, call a professional.
User information 34 Technical characteristics Garantee conditions and After Sales Service Please contact our AEG agents’ of the country directly. DIMENSIONS Height Width Depth 850 mm 400 mm 600 mm V.
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