Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product L 48580 AEG
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LAVAMAT 48580 aqua control LAVAMAT 48380 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 Language .................................................................................................... 21 Clock ............................................................................................................ 21 Contrast and brightness .
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 Description of the appliance Control panel What is shown in the display Lid opening handle Filter door Levelling screws Lever for moving the washing machine Lid Control panel Display Programme knob and On/Off dial Information field, shows the current settings Current time End of cycle Temperature COTTONS 12.
User information 8 Language: ENGLISH Language : FRENCH Prior to using for the first time Switching on the appliance for the first time - setting the language Important! If the display does not show the menu for setting the language when the appliance is switched on, the appliance has been switched on before.
User information 9 Carrying out a wash programme prior to first use In order to remove any residues form the drum and detergent dispenser which may have been left during manufacturing, perform the first wash cycle without any washing in the machine. programme : LINEN / EASY CARES 60°C, option TIME SAVING : VERY SHOR T , use approx.
User information 10 Preparing and sorting washing Preparing washing • Empty pockets. Remove foreign bodies (e.g. coins, paper clips, nails, etc.). • Do up zips, button up covers to prevent damage to washing. • Remove the runners from net curtains or cover them with a net or a bag.
User information 11 Running a washing cycle Loading the washing • Lift the machine cove r. • Open the drum by pressing on the locking button A; the two flaps automatically separate. • Insert the washing, close the drum and the cover of your washing machine.
User information 12 LINEN/EASY CARES 12.45 Cycle end at 14.37 50°C 1000 Switching on the appliance/Selecting a programme Select the programme using the programme knob, e.g., LINEN /EASY CARES . By selecting a programme, you switch the appliance on at the same time.
User information 13 Setting options Options can be added to a wash cycle that has already been selected. Press the OPTION key . The display shows the symbols for the options . Prewash Pre-washes at about 30°C before the main wash cycle, which follows automaticall y .
User information 14 Prewash, Sensitive, Stain, Night Cycle 1. Press the OPTION key repeatedly until the desired symbol flashes, e. g., PREWASH. (with each press of the key, the next symbol flashes, from left to right) 2. Press the OK key. The symbol stops flashing.
User information 15 Setting times Shortened cycles and the delay of the start time can be set for a wash cycle that has already been selected. Press the TIME key . The display shows the symbols for Time Saving and Delay Start. Time Saving : SHORT or VERY SHORT Shortened wash cycle for lightly soiled washing.
User information 16 LINEN/EASY CARES 12.45 Start in 4.00 50°C 800 Delay Start 1. Press the TIME key repeatedly, until the DELAY START symbol flashes. 2. Press the OK key. In the display, “ Start in 0 min ” is displayed. 3. Press the TIME key repeatedly, until the display shows the desired period by which you want to delay the start, e.
User information 17 Starting a programme 1. Check that the water tap is open. 2. Press the START/PAUSE key . The programme is started or it starts after the time delay set has elapsed. If after pressing the START/PAUSE key the display shows “Door not closed”, the door has not been shut properl y.
User information 18 Adding washing 1. Press the START/PAUSE key . • If “Door locked” and “Pause” are alternately shown in the displa y , it is no longer possible to add washing, e.
User information 19 Setup The special functions that can be set under Setup remain permanently stored independent of each washing cycle - even after the appliance has been switched off or the main plug has been removed from the socket.
User information 20 programme combination (see “Changing the Memory”) but cannot be deleted. Changing the Memory 1. Put together the new programme combination as required (for an example, see “Setting the Memory”, steps 1 to 4). 2. Press the OPTION key repeatedl y , until the SETUP symbol flashes.
User information 21 Language ENGLISH Extra Rinse 1. Turn the programme knob to any programme and press the OPTION key repeatedl y , until the SETUP symbol flashes . 2. Press the OK ke y. 3. Press the OPTION key repeatedl y , until EXTRA RINSE is shown in the displa y.
User information 22 Clock 1. Turn the programme knob to any programme and press the OPTION key repeatedl y , until the SETUP symbol flashes. 2. Press the OK ke y. 3. Press the OPTION key repeatedl y , until CLOCK is shown in the display . 4. Press the OK ke y.
User information 23 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 carefull y.
User information 24 • 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 25 International symbols.
User information 26 Programmes tables Washing This table does not include all possibilities, simply the best and most usual adjustments in practice. Washing type Max.
User information 27 Rinse Spinning Washing type Max. washing quantity (dry weight) Timer Washing to be boiled Coloureds 5,0 kg RINSE Easy care washing 2,5 kg Delicate washing 2,5 kg Wool / Handwash 1,0 kg Washing type Max.
User information 28 Technical Characteristics Consumptions and programme durations . Height x Width x Depth 850 x 400 x 600 mm VOLTAGE / FREQUENCY TOTAL POWER 230 V / 50 Hz 2300 W WATER PRESSURE Minimum 0,05 MPa (0,5 bar) Maximum 0,8 MPa (8 bars) Connection to the water network Type 20x27 Load max.
User information 29 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 30 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 31 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 information 32 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 have a look at the following table before calling the After Sales Service.
User information 33 The washing machine will not spin or will not empty : • the drain pipe is blocked or kinked ( No drain. Check drain hose / filter ) • the drain filter is blocked ( No drain.
User information 34 The machine is vibrating or noisy : • not all the packing was removed from the machine (see unpacking section), • the washing machine is not leveled and properly packed, • the washing machine is too close to the wall or furniture, • the washing is not well distributed in the drum, • the load is not sufficient.
User information 35 The following message « Door not closed. Please check » appears in the display window : • the cover is not correctly closed. The following message « No drain.
User information 36 The following message « Warning : E / See instructions booklet » appears in the display window or the washing machine will not start or will be in Pause : • turn the programme selector on the OFF position and call the After Sales Service.
User information 37 B - FOR THE INSTALLER Installation and connection instructions Warnings • This washing machine is heav y . 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 38 Installation 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 39 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 40 Moving your washing machine If you want to move your washing machine, lift it onto its rollers by pulling the lever at the bottom of the washing machine all the way to the left.
User information 41 Water inlet The «aqua-stop» is a measure of protection against the damages caused by the water. Indeed, the water inlet worns away by time and it can so deteriorate. In this case, the «aqua- stop» prevents the water from going into the appliance.
User information 42 Guarantee Depending to the Sales Company. After Sales Service If you have an operating problem, refer to the "Operating problems" section. If any work is necessary after you have made all your checks, your washing machine dealer is the first person authorized to take ac- tion.
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