Thank you for buying a Fisher & Paykel AquaSmart 2™ clothes washer. The revolutionary, super water efficient wash action of your AquaSmart 2™ washer. Thank you for buying a Fisher & Paykel AquaSmart™ clothes washer. We are For your safety the information in this manual must be followed to minimize. Installation instructions and user guide AquaSmart™ clothes washer WL80T65D & WL70T60D NZ AU Contents Installation instructions Before you do your first.
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Dry these items either in direct sunlight or on the hottest setting in aquzsmart dryer that the fabric will handle. It automatically separates the lint from the wash water as it washes.
Do not tumble dry Dry in shade Warm iron Colour Sort white fabrics from coloured fabrics. Try washing smaller load sizes.
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They can also lose dye if washed in water that is too hot. Do not try to disable the Lid Lock.
Please supervise young children to ensure they do not play with this clothes washer. Give them a good shake to remove excess sand and grass, before placing them into the machine. Leave it to soak in for 10 minutes and repeat. Lifestyle cycles 25 Sports Outdoor activities can create some unique washing challenges. Remember warmer wash temperatures can set mud and grass stains, so if in doubt always start with a cold wash first.
Your cold water temperature may exceed the recommended limits refer to Installation instructions pages 2 — 4.
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If you always use cold or controlled cold water, we recommend that a warm or hot wash be used regularly, eg.
This cycle is unsuitable for noncolourfast or heat sensitive items. Open the lid fully, grasp the lid on both sides. Make sure there are no kinks in the hoses. Pretreat any stains For a balanced load Place unfolded clothes firmly and evenly around the low profile agitator.
This will adjust the rinse to ensure that the fabric softener is dispensed correctly. There are a number of preset options, which can be altered. Settings menu 29 Trouble Shooting For help with some of the more common issues you may encounter.
If after checking these points you still need assistance please refer to the following: A Allergy If you or someone in your household has allergies we would suggest using a separate cycle to wash bedding and clothing. Before you call for service 37 Please read the following pages before you call for service. Bulky garments and bedding wash most effectively when they can move freely. To replace the lid, hold the lid vertically and align both hinges before pushing downwards and slotting back into place.
For example the Regular cycle button will be the coldest available setting for that temperature and the Easy Iron button will be the warmest. If these items sit too high in the washer they may touch stationary parts during agitate or spin.
Place your clothes evenly around the wash bowl. Stains We recommend that you treat stains with cold water as soon as they occur. Ensure drain hose is located in standpipe or tub. It is normal for a small amount of water to discharge from the fill nozzle after a wash.
Alternatively, select one of the Conventional cycles.
If you are washing just one blanket add a large beach towel to help keep the load balanced during spin. Check that the inlet hose filters are not blocked. Changing the wash cycle options 13 Wash cycles explained Regular — High Efficiency Mode For normally soiled everyday cotton loads, eg. To get the best possible wash for sheets, load these items around the edge of the bowl rather than directly across the low profile agitator.
Correct corrosion or discolouration due to chemical attack.
For best fabric and colour care remove your clothes as soon as the cycle has finished. Try cleaning your fabric softener dispenser to remove any blockages. Refer to your User Guide and check: Mend any torn garments or loose buttons Tears or holes may become larger during washing.
Noise or vibration that is considered normal, eg.
Lifestyle cycles 23 Stains We recommend that you treat a stain as soon as you can. Rinse and wring items out thoroughly before placing them in the machine. Check ends of hose. Was the washer or dryer overloaded?