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Insufficient instructions on programming wash cycles

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  • mankelow Jul 09, 2008

    Not sure where to put settings for regular cold wash. If I put it on 30deg cotton the clothes are quite wet at end of cycle so am re spinning on spin setting on other side of dial. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • mankelow Jul 10, 2008

    Model number WFS1071AW Couldnt figure out what you get as far as program goes when you select an option on dial.

    e.g How do I get a regular cold wash with a decent spin. A bit thick aye

  • mankelow Jul 17, 2008

    Thanks dutchman you're a gem. I can see what to do now. The machine is brand new so filter shud be fine but I will keep an eye on that now I know.

    Cheers

  • eric bosman
    eric bosman May 11, 2010

    ?model number would be helpful

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HERE you can download your user manual.
As far as I can see select cotton with ## 30 degrees or wool .
What you can do is select the extra rinse cycle too .
Please also make sure your filter is clean as that will decrease the spin cycle effect

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    eric bosman Jul 10, 2008

    please give me your model number

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