Sharp ESV80HA manual

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    W A SHING M A CHINE USER’S M A NU AL ESV80H A BEFORE U SI N G THE WA SHIN G MA CHIN E, PLE A SE RE[...]

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    CHAPTER-1 : TECHNICAL SP ECIFICA T IO N S 3 CHA PTER-2: B EFORE U SI NG WA S HING MA CHINE 5  Sa [...]

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    2 3 4 1 5 6 8 9 10 7 7 7 7 3 CHAPT ER - 1: TECHNIC AL SPECIF ICAT IONS 1. Det erg ent dr awer 2. Up [...]

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    Oper atin g volta ge / f r eque ncy (V /Hz) (220- 240) V ~/5 0Hz Total c urr ent (A) 10 W a ter pres[...]

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    SA FET Y WA R NINGS  Do n ot use d ouble ad aptor s, p ower boar ds or ext ensi on cor ds.  Do[...]

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     You must remov e the tra nsport s cr ews o f your m a chine b efore t he first usag e. F aults o[...]

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    Befor e op erati ng yo ur was hing mac hine, y ou m ust rem ove t he trans port sa fety screw on th [...]

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    Tr ansport s cr ews sh all b e rem oved by pullin g out. Fit th e pl astic trans port scr ew taps d [...]

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     Do not instal l y our machi ne o n a carp et or s uchlik e gr ounds.  To ensur e sile nt and [...]

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    Electr ical connecti on  Y our was hing mac hine is se t t o 220- 240V a nd 50 Hz. Water inl et c[...]

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    Water dischar ge conn ection  Ens ure t hat wa ter disch arge h ose is not fold ed, tw isted, cru[...]

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     Sep arat e y our l aundri es acc ordin g to th eir typ es ( cott on, syn thetic , sensi tiv e, w[...]

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     Ope n the door of your m achi ne.  Spread yo ur lau ndri es in yo ur mac hine . N ote: M axim[...]

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    The amount of d eterge nt y ou will put in yo ur mac hine w ill d epen d on the followi ng crit eria[...]

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    15 CHAPTER 5: CONT R OL PANEL 1-Det er gent dr awer 2-Pr ogr amme k nob 3-El ectr onic displ ay and [...]

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    A. Pr ewas hin g com partm ent B. M ain was hin g c ompar tmen t C. Softe ner com partm ent D. Si ph[...]

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    Select th e programm e you wish to w ash your laundr ies through programm e knob. You m ay set the p[...]

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    1-Adj usti n g but ton for r ev oluti o n s peed 2-Adj usti ng but ton f or tem per atur e of w as h[...]

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     Plug your mac hine in.  Turn on th e tap.  Ope n the mac hin e d oor.  Load y our l aun[...]

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    Y our m achi ne f e atur es a hal f -lo ad detec tion sys te m. I n case yo u pu t appr oxim ately h[...]

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    CHAPTER 6: OPERATING YOUR MA CH INE PROGRAM T ABLE P RO GRA MME T EMPER ATU RE (°C) MA X IMUM A M O[...]

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    1-Spin speed selection and auxili ar y function of soaking You ca n s et th e spin s peed f or y our[...]

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    I f this functi on is sel ected, your l aun dries w ill b e s oaked i n t he lat est ri nsing w ater[...]

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    2-W ashi ng w ater t emper atur e s elect ion You ca n s elect the w ashi ng w ater t em peratur e w[...]

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    3-A uxili ary f unct ion prew ash Very dir ty la undry ca n be pr e- wash ed be fore th e m ain w as[...]

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    6-A uxili ary fu ncti on fo r del ay ti mer By usi ng this auxi li ary functi on, you c an let yo ur[...]

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    7 - Ant i- Alle rg ic a ux ilia ry fu nc tio n I n the pro grammes where t his auxili ary fun ctio n[...]

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    Star t/Pau se button By pr essin g on Star t/P aus e butto n, you m ay s tart th e progr amm e you h[...]

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    Laundry adding to / removing from the machin e I f yo u w ant to add or r emove l aundr ies w h en y[...]

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    Ch ild lock To av oid pro gram me fl ow fr om bein g a ffecte d if pr ogram me kn obs are press ed o[...]

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    Cance ll ing pro gramme I f yo u want to ca ncel a ny program m e ru nning: - Sw itch th e pr ogramm[...]

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    Fin ishin g program me - Y our machi ne w ill st op by its el f as so on as the pr ogram me yo u hav[...]

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    If symbol f l ash es on th e electr onic dis pl ay: - Tap m ay be cl osed. C heck . - M ains w ater [...]

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    If symbol f l ash es on th e el ectr onic dis pl ay: - Pump f ilter m ay be cl ogge d. Cle an t he p[...]

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     Unplu g y our m achin e.  Turn the ta p off. Filt ers to av oid dirt and f or eig n subst anc[...]

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    A filter s ystem which avoids sm all item s (i .e. coi ns) fr om enteri ng into the p ump duri ng wa[...]

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     After cleanin g the fil ter, fit the filter cov er by rot ating it clockw ise.  Fit th e pump[...]

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    Your de terge nts m ay dep osit r esidue i n t he d eterg ent draw er a nd housi ng o f det ergent d[...]

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    Siphon plug Di sassem bl e t he d eter gent drawer . Di sass em ble t he flush st opper an d clean t[...]

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    A lcoho lic drinks: Sp ot te d areas sh ould ini tiall y be was he d using c ol d water , an d the n[...]

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    Blood st a in: Submer ge your l au ndrie s in c old wat er for 30 min utes. I f the st ain is not re[...]

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    All r epair ing op erati ons req uir ed f or yo ur m ac hine should be car r ied out by auth ori sed[...]

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    F AUL T POS SIBL E CAU SE REM OVIN G M ET HODS Y our machi ne d oes not disc harge w ater. Di sc har[...]

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    F AUL T POS SIBL E CAU SE REM OVIN G M ET HODS Excessive foa m is f ormed in the deterg ent dr aw er[...]

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    FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE REMOVI NG METHO DS Unsat isf act ory w ashing r esult. W ater b eing har d. (Di[...]

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    FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE REMOVI NG METHO DS W r i nging op erati on is not per forme d or ru n s l at e.[...]

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    Y our machi ne is equi pped wi th t he sy st ems whi ch are c apabl e o f both takin g nec essar y p[...]

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    T ROUBLE CODE POS SIBL E F AUL T WH A T T O DO W at er c ut-off or low mai ns water press ur e.. - T[...]

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    49 CHAPT ER -12: SAVING ENERG Y AND W AT ER Ener gy an d water c onsumpt ion m ay v ary b ased o n w[...]

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    Th is sy mbo l on the p rod uct o r pa ck age im pli es that t he prod uct sh ould n ot be tr eate d[...]