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If your machine is still not working
Repair Service and Information Desk
UK 08709 066 066
Republic of Ireland 1850302 200
You will be asked for the following
details:Name and Address,Post
Code,Telephone Number,Date of
Purchase,Colour and Model/Serial
Numbers - which can be found on
the inside of the door.
Clear and precise details of the query
Remember, you will be charged for a
service call if a problem with your
machine is caused by incorrect
installation or misuse.
Check all loose items,such as
coins,have been removed
from the laundry.
Have both transit bolts been
removed from the machine?
See STEP 2:Installation
Is the fuse in the plug OK?
Has the polystyrene
MY MACHINE MAKES A
NOISE OR VIBRATES IN A
Plug the machine in and
turn the socket switch on.
If possible use another socket
for the machine.
If not replace it,see STEP1:
See STEP 2:Installation
Clear any blockages that have
Is the standpipe or household
Have you adjusted the feet
to stabilise the machine?
Check the feet have been
Is steam coming
from the dispenser
If not tighten them.
Does the washer need
Close the door. Choose a
programme and then press ‘ON’
Does the ‘door indicator’light
come on after 2 seconds?
MY MACHINE WILL NOT
MY MACHINE DOES NOT
PUMP OUT WATER
MY MACHINE IS LEAKING
THE PROGRAMME TAKES A
SUDS ARE COMING FROM
THE DISPENSER DRAWER
NOT ALL OF THE DETERGENT
HAS BEEN FLUSHED AWAY
Is the machine plugged in
and switched on?
Is the socket OK? Test with
another appliance to check.
Is the machine connected to
a sink waste system?
Check the blocked end of the
under sink drainage unit has
been cut off.
The machine is designed to
release steam from the dispenser
drawer during hot washes.
Has ‘Rinse Hold’been selected?
The light will flash until the button
is pressed again.
Press the ‘Rinse Hold’button
You may need to call in a
Turn the main supply tap
Are the drainage unit,standpipe
or under sink connections free
Has the drain hose been installed
correctly? Ensure it is not blocked
You may need a cold fill adaptor
to run your machine as cold fill
only. See ‘Installation’, STEP 2.
If you are using a detergent flap
ensure it is in the ‘UP’position for
powder. See STEP 3:‘The
Is your hot water pressure low?
Check the inlet hoses are not
Check that your water supply
taps are turned on fully.
Was a short spin programme
used on a non-synthetic load.
Did the water pump out?
If not see ‘MY MACHINE DOES
NOT PUMP OUT WATER’.
The ‘Rinse Hold’button has
been pressed,this will hold
laundry in the final rinse water,
until the button is pressed
Clean fabric dispenser drawer.
See STEP 3:‘The Dispenser
Check for low temperature and
low pressure of the hot and cold
THE DISPENSER WILL NOT
Check the correct amount of
suitable detergent has been used,
refer to manufacturer’s
If you have used the wrong type of
detergent,select a Rinse programme
to flush out your machine.
If the ‘Final Spin’indicator light is
flashing,there has been an
unbalanced load and the machine
could not spin.
See ‘Automatic Features’ STEP 7.
MY LAUNDRY HAS NOT
MY MACHINE STOPS
BEFORE A SPIN
WATER COLLECTS IN THE
Clean the dispenser drawer,see
STEP 3:‘The Dispenser Drawer’
Is the drawer clogged with
The ‘Door Locked’indicator light:
Check the drawer is properly
Are the fill hoses on correctly?
If the ‘Door Locked’indicator light is flashing:
Shut the door firmly,until it clicks.
The ‘Door Locked’indicator light should now stay on.
If the door will not open...Check the programme has
finished,is the ‘End’progress light lit? It takes about
two minutes for the ‘Door Locked’indicator light to
go out after a programme has finished.
The door will not open until the ‘Door Locked’
indicator light has gone out.
The ‘Pre-wash’progress indicator light:
If the ‘Pre-wash’indicator light is flashing:
This means that the machine cannot fill.
Check that the water supply is turned on and that the
inlet hoses are not kinked.
The ‘Spin’progress indicator light:
If the ‘Spin’indicator light is flashing:
This means that there has been an unbalanced load
and the machine could not spin.
See ‘Automatic Features’,STEP 7.
The ‘Wash’progress indicator light:
If the ‘Wash’indicator light is flashing:
This means that the programme selector dial has been
moved since the programme started. Return the dial
to the original selection.
Troubleshooting - More ‘Troubleshooting information and general product advice can be found on our website,visit:www.theservicecentre.co.uk/help
Do not overload the machine
(maximum load 6kg).
In addition to reducing the
quality of the wash,this may also
damage your laundry and the
We strongly recommend that you
do not wash underwired bras in
this machine. Should the wires
become detached it could cause
damage to your clothes and the
machine. If the washcare label
states that the bra is machine
washable,then we advise placing
it in a sealed pillow case or a
similar washbag.Remember, you
will be charged for a service call
resulting from a detached bra
Do not use the machine if the
item to be washed does not have
a wash label.
Before washing laundry we
recommend that you do the
Pre-treat awkward stains with
Do not wash any items that have
previously been treated with
Close zips,fasten belts,tie strings
and close press studs to prevent
Empty ALL objects from pockets
as they may damage the clothes
and the machine.
Remember, you will be charged
for a service call to rectify a
malfunction resulting from
objects, such as coins, pens,hair
grips etc.falling from pockets.
Limit the size of absorbent loads
ie.towels,to 3kg (7lb) to give
good washing and rinsing results.
Place small items in a wash bag.
Always follow the care label on
items when choosing the wash
Wash non-colourfast items or
really dirty laundry separately as
they may affect other items.
Remember, you will be charged for a service call for problems caused by incorrect installation, non-removal of transit bolts or packaging, leaks from household pipework, loose or blocked fill and drain hoses.
Washing items that DO NOT have a wash label or washing items that are not intended as machine washable and NOT emptying contents from pockets may cause pump or drain blockages, or may damage components within the machine.