Top-Loading Washer Use and Care GuideRead All Instructions Prior to UseGuide d’utilisation et d’entretien lave-lingea chargement par le dessusLire toutes les instructions avant d’utiliser l’appareilLavadora de carga superior manual de uso y cuidadoLea todas las instrucciones antes del usoGuida d’uso e manutenzione lavatrice con carica dall’altoLeggere tutte le istruzioni prima dell’usoToplader-Waschmaschine – Gebrauchs- und PflegeanleitungLesen Sie alle Anweisungen vor dem ersten GebrauchTable of Contents (Original Instructions)WASHER SAFETY.2WHAT’S NEW UNDER THE LID?.3SPECIFICATIONS.3CONTROL PANEL AND FEATURES.4CYCLE GUIDE.5USING YOUR WASHER.7WASHER MAINTENANCE.10TROUBLESHOOTING.12Table des matièresSECURITE DU LAVE-LINGE.16QUOI DE NEUF SOUS LE COUVERCLE?.17CARACTERISTIQUES.17TABLEAU DE COMMANDE ET CARACTERISTIQUES.18GUIDE DE PROGRAMMES.20UTILISATION DU LAVE-LINGE.22ENTRETIEN DU LAVE-LINGE.26DEPANNAGE.28ÍndiceSEGURIDAD DE LA LAVADORA.34¿QUÉ HAY DE NUEVO DEBAJO DE LA TAPA?.35ESPECIFICACIONES.35PANEL DE CONTROL Y CARACTERÍSTICAS.36GUÍA DE CICLOS.38USO DE SU LAVADORA.40MANTENIMIENTO DE LA LAVADORA.44SOLUCIÓN DE PROBLEMAS.46IndiceSICUREZZA DELLA LAVATRICE.51QUALI SONO LE NOVITÀ?.52SPECIFICHE TECNICHE.52PANNELLO DI CONTROLLO E FUNZIONALITÀ.53GUIDA AI CICLI.55USO DELLA LAVATRICE.57MANUTENZIONE DELLA LAVATRICE.60RISOLUZIONE DEI PROBLEMI.62InhaltsverzeichnisWASCHMASCHINE – SICHERHEIT.66WAS IST NEU UNTER DEM DECKEL?.67SPEZIFIKATIONEN.67BEDIENFELD UND GRAMMLEITFADEN.70SO BENUTZEN SIE IHRE WASCHMASCHINE.72WASCHMASCHINE – PFLEGE.76IMPORTANT RNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or inprecautions, including the following:4KWTW4815FW04KWTW4845FW0Read all instructions before using the dryer.Keep a minimum clearance of 100 mm (4 in.) between therear of the dryer and any wall.
Washer STRUCTIONSWARNING:To reducerisk theof fire,shock,shock,or injurypersonswhen whenusingusingthe washer,followbasicTo thereducerisk electricof fire, electricor toinjuryto personsthe dryer,followbasicWARNING:precautions,includingthe following:precautions,includingthe following:n Read allinstructionsbeforeusingusingthe washer.n Cleaning Beforeand userby childrenmustor discarded,themaintenancedryer is removedfrom serviceReadall instructionsbeforethe tment.clearanceof 100mm (4 in.) between then Do notKeepwasha minimumarticles thathave beenpreviouslyDo not reachinto the dryerif the drumis moving. A doorrearthe dryerin,andany wall.cleanedin,ofwashedsoakedin, or spotted withn Children shouldbe supervisedto ensurethat theyswitchisfittedforyoursafety.operation ofthis appliancemayaffect the oroperation ofdo not play with the appliance.petrol,Thedry-cleaningsolvents,or otherflammableothersubstancestypes of applianceswhichtheir airsupply for safeDo not install or store the dryer where it will be exposedexplosiveas they giveofftakevapoursthatn Children lessthan 3 years of age should be kept awaycombustion from the same room. There has to be adequateto the weather.could ventilationignite or explode.from the applianceunless continuously supervised.to replace exhausted air and thus avoid theDo not tamper with controls.of gasesinto the solvents,room fromorappliancesn Do notback-flowadd petrol,dry-cleaningother burningn Before theDowasherisremovedservice if it appears to benot continueto usefromthis applianceother orfuels,includingopen fires,towhenflammableexplosivesubstancesthe operatingwash the tumbleor discarded,removethedoororlid.faulty.in doubt, eIf substancesgive theoff vapourscouldDo notor replaceanydrum,part oftub,the dryer or attemptn Do not reachintorepairthe washerif thenot obstruct the air supply to the dryer (see Installationignite Door explode.anymaintenance unless specifically recommended in thisoragitatorismoving.for minimum clearances).Use and Care Guide. Repairs and servicing should onlyn UnderInstructionscertain conditions,hydrogen gas may ben Do not installor storewasher whereit willbeDonotplaceitems exposedto cookingoilsin your dryer.be carriedouttheby mthathasnotbeenOil-affected items can ignite spontaneously, especially whenexposedtotheweather.Do not use fabric softeners or products to eliminate staticused for2 weeksor more.HYDROGENIS dryer. Theexposedto heatsourcessuch as in aGAStumbleunlesswithrecommendedn Donottampercontrols. by the manufacturer of the fabricEXPLOSIVE.Ifthehotwatersystemhasnotbeenitems become warm causing an oxidation reaction in the oil.softener or product. Follow their instructions.OxidationIf theheatthecannotescape,used forsuch acreatesperiod,heat.beforeusingwasher,turn the itemsn Do not continue to use this appliance if it appearsClean dryer lint screen before or after each load. Do notbecomehotandenoughto catchon all canhot watertapslet thewaterfire.flowPiling,from stackingeach or to be faulty.operate dryer without lint screen in capingfor several minutes. This will release any accumulated n Do not repairreplaceanythepartof theandwasherand so create a fire hazard.Keeporareaaroundexhaustinlet openings andhydrogen gas. As the gas is flammable, do not smokeor attemptadjacentany maintenanceunlessspecificallysurrounding areas free from the accumulation ofit isopenunavoidableto drythisin thedryer items that have beenor useIfanflame duringtime.recommendedin thislint, dust,andUsedirt.and Care Guide.soiled with substances such as cooking oil, acetone, alcohol,n This servicingshouldonlybeexhaustcarriedvent should beThe interior of the dryerandpetrol, kerosene, spot removers, turpentine, waxes and waxby personswith reducedphysical,sensory, or mentalservice personnel.cleaned periodicallyby qualified service personnel.removers,or that havebeen contaminatedby hair care out by competentproducts,shouldbe washedandin hotwater with an extra n See Installationcapabilities,or lackof experienceknowledge,See InstallationInstructionsfor earthinginstructions.Instructionsfor earthinginstructions.of detergentbeforebeing driedin the dryer. Theseunlessamountthey havebeen givensupervisionor instructionsDo notin thisdryer. If the supplycorddryisunwasheddamaged,itemsit mustbe replaceditems may give off vapours that could ignite or onsThefinalpartofatumbledryercyclewashing will reduce, but not eliminate, the hazard.by Whirlpool or its service agent or a similarlyoccurs without heatresponsible for their safety. Such persons must also(cool down cycle) to ensure that the items are left at ain order to avoid a hazard.This applianceis notintendedfor useduringby personstemperature that ensures the items will not be damaged.understandthe possiblehazardsinvolveduse. (includingqualified person2children) with reduced physical, sensory or mentalItems such as foam rubber (latex foam), shower caps,capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unlesswaterproof textiles, rubber backed articles and clothes orSAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONSthey have been given supervision or instructions concerningpillows fitted with foam rubber pads must only be drieduse of the appliance by persons responsible for their safety.on a clothesline.Children should be supervised to ensure that they do notIf the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by theplay with the appliance.manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualifiedThe dryer should not be used if industrial chemicals haveperson in order to avoid a hazard.been used for cleaning.WARNING: Never stop a tumble dryer cycle before theend of the drying cycle unless all items are quickly removed
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSn Do not use this washer if it appears to be damaged or is defective. Contact the owner of the washer to have properrepairs made.n Do not use this washer if industrial chemicals have been used for cleaning.What’s New Under the Lid?Your new washer will operate differently than your past agitator-style washer.Lid LockedSounds Whenthe Lid Locked light is on, the lid is locked andcannot be opened. When the light is off, the lid is unlockedand can be opened. If you need to open the lid to add agarment, you must press START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCKLID and wait for the lid to unlock. The lid will only unlockand the Lid Locked light will only turn off after washermovement has stopped. Depending on when in the cycleyou try to pause, it may take several seconds to severalminutes for the lid to unlock. t different stages of the wash cycle, you may hearAsounds and pauses that are different from those of yourprevious washer. For example, you may hear a clickingand hum at the beginning of the cycle as the lid lockgoes through a self-test. There will be different kinds ofhumming and whirring sounds as the agitator tests forload balance or moves the load. And, sometimes, youmay hear nothing at all as the washer allows time forclothes to soak.IMPORTANT: Washer will not operate if the lid is open. Washer will not begin to fill with water until the lid is closed. The washer cycle will cancel and water will automatically drain if the lid is left open for more than 10 minutes.SpecificationsThese units are sold in multiple regions with differentrequirements for measuring capacity. Below are a fewof the valid forms of measure posted on this product:Dry Linen Capacity: A weight measure that reflects amaximum load size that can be loaded into the washer.GULF (GSO) Capacity: A capacity measure that representsthe capacity at which performance testing was completed.GULF (GSO) Water Consumption: Water consumption whichthe manufacturer declares will be used in a specific cycle.ModelsIMPORTANT: This appliance is intended to be used inhousehold and similar applications such as: staff kitchen areas in shops, offices, and other workingenvironments; farm houses; by clients in hotels, motels, and other residential-typeenvironments; bed and breakfast-type environments; areas for communal use in blocks of flats or in launderettes.Rated 05FW04KWTW4815FW04KWTW4845FW0220–240 V220–240 VRated Frequency50 Hz60 HzRated Current(Maximum)4.0 A4.0 ADry Linen Capacity(Maximum)15 kg (33 lb)15 kg (33 lb)IEC Capacity15 kg (33 lb)15 kg (33 lb)GULF (GSO) Capacity–GULF (GSO) WaterConsumption–153 litresInlet Water Pressure(Maximum)862 kPa862 kPaInlet Water Pressure(Minimum)55 kPa55 kPaGULF (GSO) InletWater Pressure(Maximum)–690 kPaGULF (GSO) InletWater Pressure(Minimum)–138 kPa15 kg (33 lb)Height1067 mm (42")1067 mm (42")Width699 mm (271 2")699 mm (271 2")Depth686 mm (27")686 mm (27")NOTE: Sound Pressure Level, Lpa: 58 dBA (uncertainty,Kpa: /–10 dBA).3
Control Panel and Features1234561247685Not all features and options are available on all models.Appearance may vary.1SOIL LEVEL2WASH TEMP4Soil Level settings adjust the agitation time as needed foryour load. The Light setting is for lightly soiled garments andthe Heavy setting is for garments that need a longer washtime to release the soils from the fabric.Temperature Control senses and maintains uniform watertemperatures by regulating incoming warm and cool water.This ensures the correct temperature is used to maximizecleaning while protecting the garments.Select a wash temperature based on the type of fabricand soils being washed. For best results and followingthe garment label instructions, use the warmest washwater safe for your fabric. OTES:N The temperature of hot and cold water depends uponthe temperature of the water entering your washer. Warm and cool water will be cooler than what yourprevious washer provided. Even in a cold and cool water wash, some warm watermay be added to the washer to maintain a minimumtemperature.3DEEP FILL (on some models)4WASH CYCLE KNOB5START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID BUTTONSet at “Yes” to add extra water to any cycle. Water will beadded automatically, with the amount determined by the sizeof the load.NOTE: Washer will continue to operate with agitation evenas water is added.Use the Wash Cycle knob to select available cycles on yourwasher. Turn the knob to select a cycle for your laundry load.See “Cycle Guide” for detailed descriptions of cycles. Press to start the selected cycle. Press again to pause the cycle and unlock the lid. Press and hold for 3 seconds to cancel a cycle.NOTE: If the washer is spinning, it may take severalminutes to unlock the lid.Use to Manually Soak Garments:Press START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID and keep the lidclosed. After items have soaked for the desired time, pressSTART/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID to resume the washcycle.
6CYCLE STATUS LIGHTS INDICATORCYCLE COMPLETE/DONEOnce the cycle is complete, this light will come on.Remove the load promptly for best results.The Cycle Status Lights show the progress of a cycle.At each stage of the process, you may notice soundsor pauses that are different from traditional washers.LID LOCKED/LOCKED To allow for higher spin speeds, the lidwill lock and the Lid Locked light will turnon. When this light is lit, the lid is lockedand cannot be opened. When this light isoff, the lid is unlocked and can be opened.SENSING FILLWhen the Start/Stop/Pause/Unlock Lid button is pressed,the washer will fill with water and begin the wash cycle.If you need to open the lid, pressSTART/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID.The lid will unlock once the washermovement has stopped. This maytake several minutes if the load wasspinning at high speed. Press START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID again toresume the cycle.WASHYou will hear the agitator moving the load. The motorsounds may change at different stages in the cycle.The wash time is determined by the selected soil level.RINSEYou will hear sounds similar to the wash cycle as thewasher rinses and moves the load. You may hear themotor turning on briefly (short hum) to move the basketwhile filling.FINAL SPIN/SPIN7EXTRA RINSE (on some models)8PRESOAK (on some models)This option can be used to automatically add a second rinseto most cycles.NOTE: To open the lid during the rinse or extra rinse phaseafter the first spin, you must first press START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID to unlock the lid.This option can be used to automatically add a presoaktime to a wash cycle. Items will gently tumble through thedetergent and water for the selected time to help loosentough stains.The washer spins the load at increasing speeds forproper water removal, based on the selected cycle.Cycle GuideFor best fabric care, choose the cycle that best fits the load beingwashed. Not all cycles and options are available on all models.Items to Wash:SpinSpeed:Cycle:Temperature:*Sturdy fabrics,colorfast items,towels, jeansJeansHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdHighUse this cycle for heavily soiled or sturdy items. This cycleuses spray rinses only. Use this cycle for cleaning theinterior of the washer. See “Washer Care.”Cycle Details:Heavily soiled whitefabricsWhitesHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdHighThis cycle introduces liquid chlorine bleach to the load atthe proper time for improved whitening of your heavily soiledwhite fabrics. This cycle combines high-speed wash actionand high-speed spin speed. For maximum soil and stainremoval, use the liquid chlorine bleach dispenser for liquidchlorine bleach, color-safe bleach, or Oxi product laundryboosters. This cycle can also be used for sturdy colorfabrics, such as towels, without liquid chlorine bleach.Heavily soiled fabricsDeep Clean/Heavy WashHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdLowProvides maximum wash time and action for tough stainsand soils. Use this cycle for heavily soiled or sturdy items.Large items suchas sheets, sleepingbags, smallcomforters, jackets,small washable rugsBulky ItemsHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdLowUse this cycle to wash large items such as jackets and smallcomforters. The washer will fill with enough water to wetdown the load before the wash portion of the cycle begins,and uses a higher water level than other cycles.*All rinses are cold.5
Cycle GuideFor best fabric care, choose the cycle that best fits the load beingwashed. Not all cycles and options are available on all models.SpinSpeed:Items to Wash:Cycle:Temperature:*Heavily soiled fabricsSoakHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdNo SpinSwimsuits and itemsrequiring rinsingwithout detergentRinse &SpinCold Rinse OnlyHighCombines a rinse and high-speed spin for loads requiringan additional rinse cycle or to complete a load after powerinterruption. Also use for loads that require rinsing only.Dripping wet orhand-washed itemsDrain &SpinN/AHighThis cycle uses a spin to shorten drying times for heavyfabrics or special-care items washed by hand. Use thiscycle to drain washer after cancelling a cycle or completinga cycle after a power failure.Items you wantto drip dryWash OnlyHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdNo SpinThis cycle agitates but does not include a spin or drain.Small loads,cottons, polyester,permament pressQuick WashHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdHighUse this cycle to wash small, lightly soiled loads of 2–3items that are needed in a hurry. This cycle featuresa spray rinse.DelicateHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdLowUse this cycle to wash lightly soiled garments indicating“Machine Washable Silks” or “Gentle” cycle on the carelabel. Place small items in mesh garment bags beforewashing. This cycle features a spray rinse.Colors/Cold WashColdTap ColdHighCold water with an additional wash action gently liftsstains while caring for fabrics. Settings may be adjustedas desired but must use only cold water settings.No-iron fabrics,cottons, permamentpress, linens,syntheticsCasualHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdLowUse this cycle to wash loads of no-iron fabrics such as sportshirts, blouses, casual business clothes, permanent press,and blends.Casual and mixedloads, jeans, towels,sturdy fabricsDeep WaterWashHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdHighProvides additional water and alternating wash action forheavily soiled mixed loads. Water-level sensing process maytake longer for some items than for others because they willabsorb more water than other fabric types.No clothes in washerCleanWasherHotWarmCoolColdTap Cold–Use this cycle every 30 washes to keep the inside of yourwasher fresh and clean. This cycle uses a higher water level.Use with a Washer Cleaner tablet or liquid chlorine bleachto thoroughly clean the inside of your washer. This cycleshould not be interrupted. See “Washer Care.”IMPORTANT: Do not place garments or other items in thewasher during the Clean Washer cycle. Use this cycle withan empty wash tub.NOTE: If your model does not have the Clean Washer cycle,clean the inside of your washer using the Bulky Items cyclewith a hot water temperature.Cottons, linens, andmixed garment loadsNormalHotWarmCoolColdTap ColdHighMachine-wash silks,lingerie, washablewoolsBright or darkly coloredcottons, linens, casual,and mixed loads*All rinses are cold.6Cycle Details:Use this cycle to soak small spots of set-in stains on fabrics.The washer will use intermittent agitation and soaking. Aftertime has expired, water will drain, but the washer will notspin. Cycle is complete.Use this cycle for normally soiled cottons and mixed fabricloads. This cycle features a progressive spray rinse.
Using Your Washer1.Sort and prepare your laundry Empty pockets. Loose change, buttons, or any small objectcan pass under the agitator and become trapped, causingunexpected sounds. Sort items by recommended cycle, water temperature,and colorfastness. Separate heavily soiled items from lightly soiled. Separate delicate items from sturdy fabrics. Do not dry garments if stains remain after washing becauseheat can set stains into fabric. Treat stains promptly. Close zippers, fasten hooks, tie strings, and sashes andremove non-washable trim and ornaments. Mend rips and tears to avoid further damage to itemsduring washing.2.Add laundry productsAdd a measured of amount of detergent (powder or liquid)or single-dose laundry packet into the basket.If using Oxi-type boosters, color-safe bleach, or fabricsoftener crystals, add to the bottom of the washer basketbefore adding clothes.NOTE: Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to determinethe amount of laundry products to use.Helpful Tips: When washing waterproof or water-resistant items,load evenly. Use mesh garment bags to help avoid tangling when washingdelicate or small items. Turn knits inside out to avoid pilling. Separate lint-takers fromlint-givers. Synthetics, knits, and corduroy fabrics will pick uplint from towels, rugs, and chenille fabrics.NOTE: Always read and follow fabric care label instructionsto avoid damage to your garments.7
3.Load laundry into washerLoad garments in loose heaps evenlyaround basket wall. For best results, donot pack the load tightly. Do not wraplarge items such as sheets around theagitator; load them in loose piles aroundthe sides of the basket. Try mixingdifferent-sized items to reduce tangling.IMPORTANT: Do not tightly pack or force items into washer.Items need to move freely for best cleaning and to reducewrinkling and tangling.4.Add liquid chlorine bleachto dispenserLiquidChlorine BleachDo not overfill, dilute, or use more than 236 mL (1 cup).Do not use color-safe bleach or Oxi products in the samecycle with liquid chlorine bleach.85.Add fabric softener to dispenser(on some models)Pour a measured amount of liquid fabricsoftener into dispenser; always followmanufacturer’s directions for correct amountMAX FILLof fabric softener based on your load size.Dilute liquid fabric softener by filling thedispenser with warm water until liquid reaches the undersideof the rim. See max. fill line arrows.6.Select cycleAppearance may vary.Turn cycle knob to choose your wash cycle. For moreinformation, see “Cycle Guide.”
7.9.Select SOIL LEVELSelect DEEP FILL, EXTRA RINSE,or PRESOAK (on some models)Appearance may vary.Soil Level settings adjust the agitation time as needed foryour load. The Light setting is for lightly soiled garments andthe Heavy setting is for garments that need longer wash timeto release the soils from the fabric.8.Appearance may vary.Deep Fill: Set at “Yes” to add extra water to your cycle.Water will be added automatically, with the amount determinedby the size of the load.NOTE: Washer will continue to operate with agitation evenas water is added.Extra Rinse/Presoak: Set at “Yes” to add an extra rinseor a presoak time to your cycle.Select WASH TEMP10. Press START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID to begin washcycleAppearance may vary.Once you select a cycle, select the desired wash temperatureby turning the Temperature knob to the appropriate settingbased on your load. All rinses are tap cold.NOTE: Always read and follow fabric care label instructionsto avoid damage to your garments.Wash TempSuggested FabricsHotSome cold water is added to saveenergy. This may be cooler than yourhot water heater setting.Whites and pastelsDurable garmentsHeavy soilsWarmSome cold water will be added, so thiswill be cooler than what your previouswasher provided.Bright colorsModerate to lightsoilsCoolWarm water may be added to assist in soil Colors that bleedremoval and to help dissolve detergents.or fadeCool is slightly warmer than cold.Light soilsColdThis is the temperature from yourfaucet. If your tap cold water is verycold, warm water may be added toassist in soil removal and help dissolvedetergent.Tap ColdThis is the temperature from yourfaucet.Dark colors thatbleed or fadeLight soilsPress the Start/Stop/Pause/Unlock Lid button to start thewash cycle. When the cycle has finished, the Cycle Completeindicator will light. Promptly remove garments after cycle hascompleted to avoid odor and reduce wrinkling and rusting ofmetal hooks, zippers, and snaps.Unlocking the lid to add garmentsIf you need to open the lid to add 1 or 2 missed garments:Press START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID; the lid will unlockonce the washer movement has stopped. This may takeseveral minutes if the load was spinning at high speed. Thenclose lid and press START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID againto restart the cycle.If lid is left open for more than 10 minutes, the water will pumpout automatically.Manually soaking garmentsPress START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID and keep the lidclosed. After items have soaked for the desired time, pressSTART/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCK LID to resume the wash cycle.Dark colors thatbleed or fadeLight soils9
Washer MaintenanceWATER INLET HOSESWASHER CARE (cont.)Replace inlet hoses after 5 years of use to reduce the riskof hose failure. Periodically inspect and replace inlet hosesif bulges, kinks, cuts, wear, or leaks are found.When replacing your inlet hoses, mark the date of replacementon the label with a permanent marker.2. Chlorine Bleach Procedure (Alternative):a. Open the washer lid and remove any clothingor items.b. Add 236 mL (1 cup) of liquid chlorine bleachto the bleach compartment.NOTE: Use of more liquid chlorine bleach than isrecommended above could cause washer damageover time.c. Close the washer lid.d. Do not add any detergent or other chemical to thewasher when following this procedure.e. Select the cycle recommended for cleaning the insideof the washer.f. Press the Start/Stop/Pause/Unlock Lid buttonto start the cycle. NOTE: For best results, do not interrupt cycle. If cyclemust be interrupted, press START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCKLID once. After the cycle has stopped, run a Rinse & Spincycle to rinse cleaner from washer.WASHER CARERecommendations to Help Keep Your Washer Cleanand Performing at Its Best1. Always follow the detergent manufacturer’s instructionsregarding the amount of detergent to use. Never usemore than the recommended amount because that mayincrease the rate at which detergent and soil residueaccumulate inside your washer, which, in turn, may resultin undesirable odor.2. Use warm and hot wash water settings sometimes (notexclusively cold water washes) because they do a betterjob of controlling the rate at which soils and detergentaccumulate.3. Always leave the washer lid open between uses tohelp dry out the washer and prevent the buildup ofodor-causing residue.Cleaning Your Top Loading WasherRead these instructions completely before beginning theroutine cleaning processes recommended below. ThisWasher Maintenance Procedure should be performed,at a minimum, once per month or every 30 wash cycles,whichever occurs sooner, to control the rate at which soilsand detergent may otherwise accumulate in your washer.Cleaning the Inside of the WasherTo keep your washer odor-free, follow the usage instructionsprovided above and use this recommended monthly cleaningprocedure:Recommended Cycle for Cleaning the WasherRefer to the “Cycle Guide” for the optimal cycle for cleaningthe inside of the washer. Use this cycle with Washer Cleaneror liquid chlorine bleach as described below.Begin procedure1. Clean Washer Cycle Procedure (recommended for bestperformance):a. Open the washer lid and remove any clothing or items.b. Place a Washer Cleaner tablet in the bottom of thewasher basket.c. Do not add any detergent or other chemical to thewasher when following this procedure.d. Close the washer lid.e. Select the cycle recommended for cleaning the insideof the washer.f. Press the Start/Stop/Pause/Unlock Lid button to startthe cycle. NOTE: For best results, do not interrupt cycle. If cyclemust be interrupted, press START/STOP/PAUSE/UNLOCKLID once. After the cycle has stopped, run a Rinse & Spincycle to rinse cleaner from washer.10Cleaning the DispensersAfter a period of using your washer, you may find someresidue buildup in the washer’s dispensers. To removeresidue from the dispensers, wipe them with a damp clothand towel dry. Do not attempt to remove the dispensers ortrim for cleaning. The dispensers and trim are not removable.If your model has a dispenser drawer, however, remove thedrawer and clean it before or after you run the Clean Washercycle. Use an all-purpose surface cleaner, if needed.Cleaning the Outside of the WasherUse a soft, damp cloth or sponge to wipe away any spills.Use only mild soaps or cleaners when cleaning externalwasher surfaces.IMPORTANT: To avoid damaging the washer’s finish, do notuse abrasive products.NON-USE AND VACA
Lavadora de carga superior manual de uso y cuidado Lea todas las instrucciones antes del uso Guida d’uso e manutenzione lavatrice con carica dall’alto Leggere tutte le istruzioni prima dell’uso Toplader-Waschmaschine – Gebrauchs- und Pflegeanleitung Lesen Sie alle Anweisungen vor dem ersten Gebrauch Table of Contents (Original Instructions)
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1.Correct the installation of the washer 2.Instruct you how to use the washer. 3.Replace house fuses or correct house wiring. B. Repairs when the washer is used in other than normal, single-family house hold use. C. Pickup and delivery. The washer is designed to be repaired in the home. D. Damage to the washer caused by accident, alterations .
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Getting started - Washer USING THE WASHER A Washer Cycles The washer cycle controls the type of washing process. The cycle selector knob can be turned in either direction. Turning the knob after starting a cycle will stop the washer and change the cycle to the new selection. Press Start to begin the new cycle selection.
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Eco-Active wash - WashSmart Eco washer only 20 Sorting 21 Loading 22 Detergent 23 Fabric softener 24 Wash cycles - WashSmart Eco washer 25 . To adjust the feet, tilt the washer back and twist to move them up or down. Note: after levelling, the corners of the washer should be clear of the floor and the washer must not rock in any .