Beko Washer WM 5100 S user manual

User manual for the device Beko Washer WM 5100 S

Device: Beko Washer WM 5100 S
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Date of adding : 2014-08-07 20:27:52
Number of pages: 32
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washing machine
WM 5100 W
WM 5100 S

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Please read this manual first! Dear Customer, We hope that your product which has been manufactured in modern facilities and passed through a strict quality control procedure will give you the best results. Therefore, we advise you to read through this manual carefully before using your product and keep it for future reference. This operation manual will… …help you use your machine in a fast and safe way. • Please r ead the Operation Manual befor e installing and starting your machine. •

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Changing the program after the 1 Your Washing Machine 4 program has started 19 Overview 4 Child-proof lock 20 Specifications 5 Ending the program through canceling 20 2 Warnings 6 End of Pr ogram 20 General Safety 6 First Use 6 6 Quick instructions for Intended use 6 daily use 21 Safety instructions 7 If there are children in your house... 7 7 Cleaning and care 23 3 Installation 8 Detergent drawer 23 The loading door and the drum 23 Removing packaging reinforcem

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1 Your Washing Machine Overview Figure 1 1 3 2 5 6 4 1 Top Lid 4 Height-adjustable Feet 2 5 Detergent Drawer Door 3 6 Contr ol Panel Filter Cap 4 EN

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Specifications Models WM5100W WM5100S Maximum dry laundry capacity (kg) 5 5 Height (cm) 84 84 W idth (cm) 60 60 Depth (cm) 45 45 Net W eight (kg) 60 60 Electricity (V/Hz.) 230 V / 50hz 230 V / 50hz T otal Curr ent (A) 10 10 T otal Power (W) 2200 2200 Spinning cycle (rpm max.) 1000 1000 Specifications of this appliance may change without notice to improve the quality of the product. Figures in this manual are schematic and may not match your product exactly. Values stated on the machine labels

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2 Warnings Please r ead the following information. for 3 seconds to cancel the program Otherwise, ther e may be the risk of set in your machine before calling personal injury or material damage. the authorized service. Mor eover , any warranty and r eliability commitment will become void. First Use • T o pr epar e your machine for General Safety washing, carry out your first washing • Never place your machine on a process without loading your carpet cover ed floor . Otherwise, mach

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companies that produce detergents If there are children in your for your machine. house... • Electrical appliances may be Safety instructions danger ous for the childr en. Keep • This appliance must be connected children away from the machine to an earthed outlet protected by a when it is operating. Do not let them fuse of suitable capacity. tamper with the machine. • The supply and draining hoses must • Close the door when you leave the always be securely fastened and area wh

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3 Installation 3. Fit the covers (supplied in the bag Removing packaging with the Operation Manual) into the reinforcement holes on the r ear panel. (“P”) Tilt the machine to remove the packaging reinforcement. Remove the packaging reinforcement by pulling the ribbon. C Keep the transportation safety bolts in a safe place to reuse when the washing machine needs to be moved again in the future. C Never move the appliance without the transportation safety bolts properly fixed in pla

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3. Important: T ighten all lock nuts up check if there is any water leakage again. at the connection points. Turn off the tap and remove the nut in case of any leakage. Retighten the nut carefully after checking the seal. To prevent any water leakage and any other damage to be caused by it, keep the taps closed when the machine is not in use. Connecting to the water supply. Important: • The water supply pr essur e r equir ed to run the machine must be 1-10 bar (0,1 – 1,0 MPa). At

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• The end of the drain hose can extension hose and the drain hose be directly connected to the of the product must be fitted well wastewater drain or to the with an appropriate clamp as not to washbasin. The fitting must be come off and leak. secured in all types of connections. Y our house may be flooded if the Electrical connection hose falls out of its housing during Connect the machine to an earthed water discharging. outlet protected by a fuse of suitable • The hose should be a

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4 Initial preparations for washing • Empty pockets and r emove all Sorting the laundry foreign objects such as coins, pens • Sort the laundry accor ding to type and paper clips. If possible, turn of fabric, color, and degree of soiling pockets out and brush. and permissible water temperature. • Place small items like infants’ Always follow the advice on the socks and nylon stockings, etc. garment labels. in a laundry bag, pillow case or something similar. This will also save you

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Following weights are given as Detergent, softener and other examples. cleaning agents Add detergent and softener before Laundry type W eight (gr .) starting the washing program. Bathrobe 1200 Never open the detergent dispenser Napkin 100 drawer while the washing program is Duvet cover 700 running! Bed Sheet 500 When using a program without pre- wash, no detergent should be put Pillowcase 200 into the pre-wash compartment Tablecloth 250 (Compartment no. I). Towel 200 A program without pre-

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for washing machines and always Detergent quantity follow the instructions on the package. for prewashing 1/2 measure for main 1 measure washing an additional with hard water 1/2 measure Softener Put the softener into the softener compartment of the detergent dispenser. • Use the pr oportions r ecommended on the packet. • Never exceed the (> max <) level marking; otherwise, the softener will be wasted without being used. • If the softener has lost its fluidity , dilute dense sof

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5 Selecting a Program and Operating Your Machine Control panel Figure 2 12 14 13 7 9 7 - On/Of f Button 8 - Door Indicator * 9 - Pr ogram Follow-up Indicator 10 - Spin Speed Adjustment Knob * 11 - T emperatur e Adjustment Knob * 12 - Pr ogram Selection Knob 13 - Auxiliary Function Keys 14 - Start/Pause/Cancel Button * According to your machine’s model 14 EN

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choosing a program. Turning the machine on C Always select the lowest required Y ou can pr epar e the machine for temperature. Higher temperature program selection by pressing the means higher power consumption. the “On/Of f” button. When the “On/ C For further program details, see, Of f” button is pr essed, the “Lid” light “Pr ogram Selection T able” illuminates indicating that the door is unlocked. Pr ess the “On/Of f” button Main programs again to shut down the machine. C Pr essin

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clothes that bear “not machine- speed selection knob, the machine will washable” labels for which hand wash spin in the maximum possible rpm in the is recommended on this program. It default setting of the selected program. washes the laundry with very tender washing movements without damaging your clothes. Additional programs For special cases, there are also extra pr ograms available: C Additional programs may differ according to the features of your machine. • A Class 40 This progra

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Program selection and consumption table Pr ogramme Cottons 90 5 133 45 1.65 • • • • • • Cottons 60** 5 145 49 0.95 • • • • • • Cottons 40 5 142 49 0.69 • • • • • • Super A Class 40 40 5 182 45 0.78 • • • Synthetics 60 2.5 113 52 0.92 • • • • • • Synthetics 40 2.5 104 52 0.56 • • • • • • Synthetics 30 2.5 95 52 0.30 • • • • • • Delicate 30 2 77 45 0.36 • • • • • Woollens 40 1.5 70 45 0.36 • • • • • Hand wash 30 1 45 32 0.21 • • • Mini 30 2.5 30 43 0.17 • • • • : Selectable * : Automat

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Cancel” button for 3 sec. Auxiliary functions • In the machines equipped with spin Auxiliary function selection keys speed selection knob or button, you • Desir ed auxiliary function depending can spin by selecting the desired on the program is selected. spin speed and pr ess “Start/Pause/ • Some combinations cannot be Cancel” button. selected together. • As for machines not equipped with • W ar ning signal on the selected a spin speed selection knob, you auxiliary function will light

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The “W ash” light on the pr ogram follow- Select the “Cottons 40” pr ogram by up indicator illuminates when “Start/ rotating the program knob. Pause/Cancel” button is pr essed after Pr ess “Start/Pause/Cancel” button to selecting the washing program. The start the program. “Pr ogram finished” lamp illuminates and the “W ash” light will fade when the C The program which is selected pr ogram comes to an end. The “Lid” first will go on even if the program light flashes. Meanwhile, the door

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level in the machine is suitable. Laundry middle of the pr ocess, “W ash” may be added or taken out by opening and “Pr ogram Finished” lights will the door . If the “Lid” lamp does not light up. The machine can drain light up continuously at the end of this all the water or can take in water time, the water level in the machine for 3 times at most to cool down is not suitable and laundry cannot be the clothes and complete draining added. Y ou can r esume the pr ogram process. by pr essin

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