Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product RH1250RTG Russell Hobbs
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Instruction Manual Washing Machine M od el nu m b e rs : RH1250T W , RH1250RTG P l eas e r ea d t he s e i ns t ruc t ions c are f ull y an d k ee p t he m f or fut ure refer en c e.
Contents Before Use .................................................................................................................. 4 Safety Warnings ................................................................ .......................
Error Messages ........................................................................................................ 30 W ar ning symbols ................................ ...................................................................
Before Use Safety Warnings Do not use an extension lead for this appliance. Only plug directly into a wall socket. Do not plug in damaged plug sockets In case the power cable becomes damaged, contact 0 1204 664 084 for advice.
Recommend ations Ensure you run the machine empty on a full cycle at 95°C with detergent before using the machine properly for the first time. Put detergent into the drawer at the beginning of each w ash. It is recommended that you w ash only extremely dirty laundry in prewashing programme.
Component s Front Back 1. Detergent drawer 2. Programme knob 3. Electronic display 4. Door 5. Cover of pump filter 1 2 3 4 5 6.
Inst allation Remov ing transportation bo lts Transportation bolts,which are located at the back of the machine, must be removed before using or running the machine. Loosen the bolts by rotating counterclockwise with a suitable spanner .
Levelling the mac hine Your machine should be installed on a hard surface – do not install onto a carpet. For your machine to work quietly and without any vibration, it should it be settled on a flat, non-slippery and tough ground.
Water inlet con nection Only a qualified engineer should install this machine Your machine has a single w ater (cold) inlet. To prevent leakages on the connection joints, 1 seal is included in the hose packing, (Fit this seal on the end of the water inlet hose at the tap side.
T echnical sp ecifications Operating voltage / frequency (V/Hz) (220-240) V ~/50Hz Total current (A) 10 W at er pressure (Mpa) Maximum: 1 M pa Minimum: 0.
Prep aring your laundry Separate your clothes according to their types (cotton, synthetic, sensitive, woolen, etc), washing temperatures, dirtiness and colour. Never wash your white and coloured clothes together. Since your new coloured clothes may shed dye on the first wash, w ash them separately.
Using y our machine Open the door of your machine. Place your laundry in your machine. Note: Maximum loading capacity may v ar y based on the laundry type y ou wash, degree of contamination and the programme you hav e chosen. Do not exceed maximum dry loading capacity indicated i n the programme table for washing programmes .
Softeners with a high density should be thinned to a degree be fore being put in the drawer. This is because high-density softener will clog the flush and avoid the flow of the softener.
Selecting a Programme Select the required washing programme by rotating the programme knob in either direction (clockwise or anti-clockwise). Ensure that th e prog ramme knob is aligned with the required programme. Electronic D isplay 1.
Using y our machine Before Use Plug your machine in. Turn on the tap connected to yoour machine. Open the machine door. Place your laundry in your machine. Push the door of your machine until hearing the locking sound to close it.
Twinjet sy stem W at er and detergent from your machine will be circulated with 2 water jnjection mechanisms and a mixing system via a twin jet system. Circulated w ater w ill be injected over your washing which allow s a better washing performance.
Programme select ion PROGRAMME & PROGRAMME TEMPERATURE (°C) PROGRAMME DURATION (MIN.) DETERGENT COMPARTMENT MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF DRY LAUNDRY (kg) LAUNDRY TYPE COTTON 95° 3:12 2 6 Very dirty cotton a nd f lax te x tiles.
Additional Function s 1. Spin Speed 1. Spin speed selection and add itional func tions You can set the spin speed for your laundry via the spin speed settin g button. W he n you select a new programme, th e max imum spin speed of the programme you have selected will be shown on the electronic display .
empty the remaining water and finish the programme once the spin function is complete. b) Switch the progr amme knob to ‘Stop’ , select the spin programme on the programme knob. You can choose to reduce the spin speed by pressing the spin speed setting button.
4. Rapid Wash This additional function will enable the washing duration of your less dirty laundry to be shortened. If you put laundry in that only makes up half or less than half of the laundry capacity of the washing programme you have selected in your machine, your machine will automatically detect this due to the ‘Half - load’ detection system, and the programme you have selected will wash your laundry in a shorter time to consume less energy and water.
- To activate the time delay of the programme you have selected, you should pr ess the “Start/Pause” button and the time delay w ill start to count down. The time Intervals of the delay timer is 30 minutes for the first 2 hours, thereafter it is 1 hour up to 23 hours.
Adding /Removing Lau ndry If you want to add or remove laundry w hen your ma c hine is running: - Switch your machine to the pause mode by pressing on Start/Pause button. - After a while, the symbol will be shown on the electronic diplay and this means that the door of your machine can now be opened.
The symbol w ill flash on the electronic display when th e child lock is activated. If any button is pressed while the child lock is active, the symbol w ill blink on the electronic display. W he n any o f the programmes are running and the child lock is active, if another programme is selected after programme knob is switched to the Stop position, the programme already running will continue.
- Leave the door of your machine open to allow the inner part of your machine to dry after removing your laundry. - Switch the programme knob to Stop. - Unplug your machine. - Turn the water faucet off. W arning Symbo ls Water cut off / Low Mains Pressure If the symbol flashes on the electronic display: - The water supply may be closed.
Maintenance and Cleaning W he n cleaning your machine, ensure that the machine is unplugged and the water supply is closed off. Water Inlet Fi lters Filters are used to avoid dirt and foreign substances in the water from entering the machine.
Cleaning the pum p A filter system is available which avoids threads from your laundry and tiny materials fr o m entering into the pump during the water discharging operation carr ied out by your machine after completing washing. This prolongs the lifecycle of your pump.
Cleaning the det ergent dra w er Your detergent may deposit residue in the detergent drawer over time. To clean the residue formed, disassemble the detergent draw er regurlarly. To eject the detergent drawer: Pull the detergent draw er out fully.
Body Clean the outer body of your machine with warm w ater and a non -inflammable cleaning agent that will not abrade the body of your machine. After rinsing with some water, dry using a soft and dry cloth. Drum Do not leave metallic objects such as needles, paper clips, coins, etc.
FAULT POSSIBLE CA USE REMOVING MET HODS Excessiv e foam is for med in t he detergent drawer. Excessiv e amount o f detergent used. Press on Start /Pause butt on. To eliminate foam for mation, mix a spoon o f soften er with half litre of wat er, and p our t he mixture in t he detergent draw er.
Unsatisfactory wash ing result. The dirtin ess of y our laundry does not matc h the progra mme you hav e chosen. Select the progr a mme appropriate for correct d irtiness of your laundry . (see programme table) Amount of det ergent us ed insufficient.
W arning sy mbols TROUB LE CODE POSSIBLE FAU LT WHAT TO DO W at er cut-off or low mains water pressure. - Tap may be off. - Mains water may be cut-off. - If so, switch the programme knob to position 0. You can select a programme and run your machine after the mains water is supplied.
Energy Efficiency Energy and water consumption may vary based on water pressure, water hardness, water temperature, ambient temperature, laundry amount, additional function selection, and voltage fluctuations. It will reduce energy and water consumption to use your machine w ith the laundry capacity proposed for the selected programme, wash your less dirty or daily laundry in short programmes, carry out cleaning and maintenance periodically , use your machine at the convenient time intervals spec ified by electricity vendor .
Fo r manufa cturer’s w arranty information pl ea se ca l l 01204 664 084 Ope nin g time s: Mo nd a y - F r id a y 9am un t i l 5p m Saturday: 9am – 1pm Alternatively, write to: PO Box 2235, Bolton, BL6 9AJ R ev isi on 1 T his sym bo l is k no w n as t he 'Cr o ss ed - ou t w hee l i e bin S ym bo l '.
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