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Simple steps to start WW9*J5**6** 2 1 3 4 5 6 WW8*J5**6**, WW7*J5**6** 2 1 3 4 5 6 Operations 1. Press Power to turn on the washing machine. 2. Turn the Cycle Selector to select a cycle. 3. Change the cycle settings ( Temp., Rinse, and Spin) as necessary. 4. To add an option, press Options. Use the button again to choose a preferred item. 5. The machine provides 3 respective buttons for Bubble Soak, Easy Iron and Delay End for easy access. If you want to use one of these options, press the corresponding button. 6. Press Start/Pause. To change the cycle during operation 1. Press Start/Pause to stop operation. 2. Select a different cycle. 3. Press Start/Pause again to start the new cycle. English 35 Untitled-1 35 2017-06-26 3:17:07

Operations Cycle overview Standard cycles Cycle Description & Max load (kg) COTTON • For cottons, bed linens, table linens, underwear, towels, or shirts. The washing time and the rinse count are automatically adjusted according to the load. MAX COTTON • Optimal performance with lower energy for cotton fabrics, bed linens, table linens, underwear, towels, or shirts. For energy saving, the actual washing temperature may be lower than specified. MAX SYNTHETICS • For blouses or shirts that are made of polyester (diolen, trevira), polyamide (perlon, nylon), or the like. 4 • Specific for machine-washable wool for loads less than 2.0 kg. Operations WOOL SPIN (7, 8 kg-models only) • The WOOL cycle features gentle cradling and soaking to protect the wool fibres from shrinkage/ distortion. • A neutral detergent is recommended. • Featuring an additional spin process to effectively remove moisture from laundry. 2 MAX DENIM (9 kg-models only) • Featuring a higher water level in the main wash and an extra rinse cycle to ensure that no powder detergent remains. 3 RINSE+SPIN • Featuring an additional rinse process after applying fabric softener to the laundry. MAX ECO DRUM CLEAN • Cleans the drum by removing dirt and bacteria from the drum. • Perform once every 40 washes with no detergent or bleach applied. • Make sure the drum is empty. • Do not use any cleaning agents for cleaning the drum. — SUPER ECO WASH • Low temperature ecobubble cycle helps reduce power consumption. 4 36 English Untitled-1 36 2017-06-26 3:17:07

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