Doing laundry manually

You can do laundry manually without using the Cycle Selector.

1.Turn on the water supply to the washing machine.

2.Open the door.

3.Add your laundry loosely into the drum without overfilling it.

4.Close the door.

5.Press the Power button to turn the power on.

6.Add detergent, and if necessary, softener or prewash detergent into the appropriate compartments in the detergent drawer.

7.Turn the Cycle Selector to select Cotton cycle.

8.Press the Temp. button to select the temperature.

(Cold water , 20 ˚C, 30 ˚C, 40 ˚C, 60 ˚C and 95 ˚C)

9. Press the Spin button to select the spin speed. (No indicator: Rinse Hold, : No spin)

10.Press the Delay End button repeatedly to cycle through the available Delay End options (from 3 hour to 19 hours in one hour increments). The hour displayed indicates the time when the wash will finish.

11.Press the Start/Pause button to start the wash.

Laundry guidelines

Follow these simple guidelines for the cleanest laundry and the most efficient wash.

Always check the care label on clothing before washing.

Sort and wash your laundry according to the following criteria:

Care Label: Sort laundry into cottons, mixed fibres, synthetics, silks, wools and rayons.

Colour: Divide whites and colours. Wash colour items separately.

Size: Placing items of different sizes in the same load will improve the wash action.

Sensitivity: Wash delicate items separately using a delicate wash cycle for pure, new woollen items, curtains and silk articles. Check the labels on the items you are washing or refer to the “Fabric care chart“ section on page 37.

Emptying pockets

Before each wash, empty all the pockets of your laundry items. Small, irregularly shaped hard objects, such as coins, knives, pins, and paperclips can damage your washing machine.

Do not wash clothing with large buckles, buttons, or other heavy metal objects. Metal on clothing may damage your clothing as well as the drum. Turn clothing with buttons and embroidered clothes inside out before washing them. If zips of pants and jackets are open while washing, the drum may be damaged. Zips should be closed and fixed with a string before washing.

Clothing with long strings may become entangled with other clothes damaging them. Be sure to fix the strings before starting the wash.

Prewashing cotton

Your new washing machine, combined with modern detergents, will give perfect washing results, saving you energy, time, water and detergent. However, if your cotton is particularly dirty, perform a prewash cycle with a protein-based detergent.

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