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Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have searched everywhere as well, and no luck. I did find a bit of information on it which I have pasted below -- it might help a bit if you want to play around with it.
I would also suggest reading manuals from other wash/dryer machines to get an idea how they work--then maybe you can figure yours out by just pushing the different buttons and seeing what the display says. (At the end of this post, I have pasted a link to a different Omega washer/dryer -- perhaps you could skim it and see if it is at all similar to yours.)
Information About the Omega WD1052.2 washer dryer
The WD1052.2 is sequentially segmented into thirteen rotary positions for both easy and logical programme selection and for the quick identification of programme progression.
Choose from one of three wash sequences:
Programmes one through five are for the heavily soiled, more colour fast fabrics and daily wear.
Programmes six through to ten look after the slightly soiled, synthetics and for delicate items.
Woollens are exclusively washed on programmes eleven through to twelve.
The WD1052.2 can automatically dry a half a load of washing at the end of the wash programme provided the half load button is selected and a drying time is set on the centre control dial.
At any time the WD1052.2 can be regarded as an independent dryer, that is, a wash programme does not have to proceed into the drying stage. An example would be drying damp clothing or toweling from the bathroom. Simply choose a STOP position after either 5 or 10 on the programme dial. On the centre dial choose either full heat, the pink zone, or half heat, the green zone.
Another useful variation of the WD1052.2 is the ability to choose final spin only followed automatically by condenser drying. Having completed a hand wash, for instance, simply load the clothing and select final spin, 5 or 10 with the half load button selected and drying time set.
Whenever the WD1052.2 is in the drying mode the load can be easily accessed at any time via the porthole. The drying will automatically resume once the door is reshut.
Freestanding or Built-in
5kg (11lb) dry weight Capacity
2.5kg (5 1/2 lb ) dry weight condenser
40 minute Fast Wash
Special universal 2B programme
Dedicated woollens cycle
Independent wash temperature control
1000 or 500 r.p.m spin speeds
Half load Economy selections
Drip dry no spin programming
Anti crease hold in final rinse Selection
Extra rinse option
Two drying heat settings
Stainless steel inner and outer wash drums
Two minute delay safety door release
Built-in heating element
Front mounted easy access lint/forgin matter
Automatic balancing of wash load
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Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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