Fuente Verde Guest Manual

Welcome to

 

Villa Fuente Verde

We wish you a fantastic time here in this picturesque, serene retreat and we hope that you enjoy the tranquillity that it brings.

We recommend that you read this manual thoroughly to familiarise yourself with the villa and learn a little about the local area.

PLEASE NOTE: Processionary caterpillars can be found at the property in either February, March or April and we advise that care should be taken. More information 

 
ADVICE FOR THE VILLA
  • Kitchen Door
    BE AWARE: If you go from the kitchen into the courtyard, be sure to take your keys and/or prop the back door open. Because if it closes, you will not be able to get back through it without a key.

 

  • Outside
    FOR SAFETY: Please use only plastic glasses and plates etc outside.

 

  • Alarm
    It is advised that you make full use of the alarm system. Even here on this beautiful coast, there are still thieves. If you leave the villa, please ensure all rejas (Security gates), and windows are closed and put the entire alarm on, (If it is windy, we would suggest only activating the inside.)
    If you are inside the villa in the evening, you can alarm the outside only. Ideal for a good secure night’s sleep. It only takes a few seconds to put on but could save you a lot of heartache.

 

  • Sprinkler System
    The sprinkler system is automatically activated during the night at about 1.00am – 2.00 am, so don’t be alarmed if you hear water spraying. Would you also please make sure that all items are removed from the lawn before the sprinkler system comes on.

 

  • Rain
    If it does rain, would you please move any perishable items out of the rain. Games tables, cushions etc, all become easily damaged.

 

  • Fireplace
    If you are using the real fireplace, please keep the stone in front of the fire doors at all times, as this prevents burning logs from rolling out into the room.

 

  • Sunbeds & Cushions
    Please place a towel down before using the sunbeds and if you are using sun cream, please place a towel on top of the cushions before sitting on them.

 

  • Fish & Turtles
    If you would like to feed the fish and turtles, that is fine. Please only give them dry bread and only about 4 slices a day, (or equivalent). If you feed them first thing in the morning before it gets hot, they will all come to the surface to say hello.

EMERGENCIES

Jane Hills  (0034)  647 379 744

Ambulance/All Medical Emergencies   061

                                       Local Police    092

                                       Fire Brigade   080

 

FIRE EXITS

There is 1 main and 3 subsidiary exits from the villa

 

Through the kitchen into the courtyard and out onto the street.

  1. Through the lounge and into the rear garden.

  2. Through bedroom Four and out into the rear garden.

  3. Through the utility room and out into the back garden.

 

 

 

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

There are a number of fire extinguishers in the villa.

 

  1. In the laundry room

  2. In the lounge

  3. In the upstairs bedroom

  4. Outside by the BBQ

 
 
 
 
WATER ON/OFF
EMERGENCY ONLY

Turn off water in an EMERGENCY

Take the small metal key from the key box behind the door in the kitchen.

On the outside wall of the villa about halfway down the road you will see a small metal hatch built into the wall.

Unlock the box and open the door.

Turn the tap clockwise to shut off the mains water.

 
 
AIR-CONDITIONING

Using the Remote

Please don’t leave the Air Conditioning on for long periods of time as this will cause the fuse box to overheat and trip off the electrics.

Turn on the Air-Conditioning

Press the ON switch 1 and the screen will display a number of things.

 

To select the air conditioning, press 4 until you see the symbol as indicated in the top left of this picture.

Set the Temperature

Press buttons 2 and 3 to select the temperature you require.  We recommend about 20°.

Set the Fan Speed

Press button 5 until you see the circular fan motion displayed as this will circulate the air better.

Set the Fan Angle

Pressing button 7 will cause the fan to swing in an up and down motion.

 

Pressing button 8 until you see the circular fan motion displayed will give better air circulation.

Set the Quiet Mode   (Recommended Settings)

Press button 6 and you will see a moon shape appear, this will set the quiet running mode.

The display on the air conditioning unit will show a flashing light of the room temperature now and a steady light for the temperature you have selected. 

Anything lower than 21 will still show 21 on the unit.

 
ALARM
Customer Nº 1091204

Key Reader - In Kitchen

Arming the alarm – Panel on the kitchen wall

You will have 60 SECONDS to exit the property.

 

Press the button that corresponds to the part of the villa you want to protect.
(Remember, the garage is also alarmed.)

A. Inside & Outside – If leaving the villa

B. Not used

C. Inside only - if going out on windy days

D. Outside only - Protection at night.

(The courtyard will also be alarmed)

Disarming the alarm

You will have 30 SECONDS from entering.

Hold your key fob (F) against the middle of the reader. (E)

Key

Desarmando la alarma - Entrando a la villa
Tendrá 30 SEGUNDOS desde que ingrese.
Mantenga su llavero contra el medio del lector en la pared de la cocina (E)

Main control Panel in lounge

1  EMERGENCY PANIC BUTTON - Push 1

2  GMS SIGNAL STRENGTH

3  INCOMING CALLS. Press 3 to answer the call, and press 3 again to hang up.

4  EMERGENCY CALLS. Press button 3 for a connection, then button 4 to call emergency

5 to 6  Not Used

7 DISARM SELECTED MODES. Press 7 (panel will blink to indicate which modes are alarmed. 8, 9, 10. Press mode you wish to deactivate. Other modes remain active.

8 PERIMETER ONLY. To Arm the outside of the villa ONLY press 8

9 to 10     Not Used

11 ALARM STATUS DO NOT TOUCH.           Green = OK        Red = problem

12  POWER SUPPLY –   Green = ok,      Blinking red = Power failure

13  Not Used

14  Not Used – If flashing please report to management.

15 To 17 Not Used

 
DISHWASHER
Whirlpool  WFE 2819 X

Control Panel

1. On-Off/Reset button with indicator light

2. Program selection button with indicator light

3. Half Load button with indicator

4. Salt refill indicator light

5. Rinse Aid refill indicator light

 6.  Program indicator lights

 7.  Delay indicator light

 8.  Delay button with indicator light

 9.  Tablet (Tab) button with indicator light

10. Start/Pause button with indicator light / Drain out

1.   Switch on the dishwasher

      Press the ON/OFF button. 1

2.  Fill the dishwasher

  • Scrape off any large amounts of food.

  • Soften remnants of burnt food in pans.

  • Load baskets.

  • Stack the dishwasher

  • Load baskets.

  • Basket height can be adjusted. A

3.  Insert the tablet

  • Open holder using B

  • Insert tablet in dish C

  • Close the lid.

4.   Choose the program and customise the cycle

      Press button. 2

PROGRAMS DESCRIPTION

Instructions on wash cycle selection.

ECO (Recommended)

Normally soiled crockery. Standard program, the most efficient in terms of its combined energy and water consumption.

INTENSIVE

Program recommended for heavily soiled crockery, especially suitable

for pans and saucepans (not to be used for delicate items).

NORMAL

Normally soiled crockery. Everyday cycle, that ensures optimal cleaning

RAPID 30’

Program to be used for lightly-soiled dishes with no dried food residues.

PRE-WASH

Crockery to be washed later. No detergent to be used with this program.

Notes:

Please note that cycles like Rapid or Fast are most effective for lightly soiled dishes.

Half Load

Press button. 3

If there are not many dishes to be washed, a half load cycle may be used in order to save water, electricity and detergent.

Select the program and press the HALF LOAD button: the indicator light will light up.

Press the HALF LOAD button to deselect this option.

If using detergent, remember to halve the amount

Delay

Press button. 8

It is possible to delay the start time of the program by 2, 4 or 8 hours:

  1. After selecting the desired program and any other options, press the DELAY button. The indicator light will go on.

  2. Select the desired delay time by pressing the DELAY button repeatedly. The 2 hours, 4 hours and 8 hours indicator lights will go on in succession. If the DELAY button is pressed again, the option is deselected and the indicator light goes off.

  3. After the selection process, the countdown will begin if the START/PAUSE button is pressed. The selected delay period indicator light flashes and the START/PAUSE button stops flashing (fixed light).

  4. Once this time has elapsed, the DELAY indicator light goes off and the program begins.

The DELAY function cannot be set once a program has started.

Tablet

Press button. 9

This setting allows you to optimize the performance of the program according to the type of detergent used.

Press the TABLET button (the indicator light will light up) if you use combined detergents in tablet form (rinse aid, salt and detergent in 1 dose).

If you use powder or liquid detergent, this option should be off.

Drain out

Press button. 3

To stop and cancel the active cycle, the Drain Out function can be used.

A long, press of START/PAUSE button, will activate the DRAIN OUT function.
The active program will be stopped and the water in the dishwasher will be drained out.

ACCIDENTAL INTERRUPTIONS

If the door is opened during the wash cycle, or if there is a power cut, the cycle stops. Once the door has been closed or the electricity supply is restored, to start again the cycle from where it was interrupted, press the START/PAUSE button. 10

ADVICE AND TIPS

TIPS

Before loading the baskets, remove all food residues from the crockery and empty the glasses.

You do not need to rinse beforehand under running water.

Arrange the crockery so that it is held in place firmly and does not tip over; and arrange the containers with the openings facing downwards and the concave/convex parts placed obliquely, thus allowing the water to reach every surface and flow freely.

Warning: lids, handles, trays and frying pans do not prevent the sprayer arms from rotating.

Place any small items in the cutlery basket.

Very soiled dishes and pans should be placed in the lower basket because in this sector the water sprays are stronger and allow a higher washing performance.

After loading the appliance, make sure that the sprayer arms can rotate freely.

HYGIENE

To avoid odour and sediment which can be accumulated in the dishwasher please run a high temperature program at least one a month. Use a teaspoon of detergent and run it without the loading to clean your appliance.

UNSUITABLE CROCKERY

• Wooden crockery and cutlery.

• Delicate decorated glasses, artistic handicraft and antique crockery. Their decorations are not resistant.

• Parts in synthetic material which do not withstand high temperatures.

• Copper and tin crockery.

• Crockery soiled with ash, wax, lubricating grease or ink.

The colours of glass decorations and aluminium/silver pieces can change and fade during the washing process. Some types of glass (e.g. crystal objects) can become opaque after a number of wash cycles too.

DAMAGE TO GLASS AND CROCKERY

• NO Plastic glasses.

• Only use glasses and porcelain guaranteed by the manufacturer as dishwasher safe.

• Use a delicate detergent suitable for crockery

• Collect glasses and cutlery from the dishwasher as soon as the wash cycle is over.

 
DRINKING WATER

Pool bar

There is a small tap in the kitchen, to the left of the main tap. This one is filtered drinking water, so there is no need to buy water in as it is safe to drink.

Just push the lever down, or for continuous flow, pull the lever upwards.

 

The fridge/freezer in the kitchen has filtered drinking water, Ice and crushed ice.

 

The Pool Bar also has filtered water.

 
DRYER
Kunft – AVDM6

Please pay attention to the labels in your clothes

Please do not operate the clothes dryer without the lint filter in place

 

When the garments weigh less than 0.5 kg, please select 1 Hour drying and total heating to dry properly.

Press Power button 1 to turn on

Press the Program button 2 to select the desired program

Press the Heat button 3 to select the desired program

Press the Crease Guard button 5 to activate the anti-wrinkle program if desired.

Press the Start/Pause button 4 to start the machine.

 

An audible alarm will be emitted when the clothes dryer finishes

 

Hold in both the Program 2 and 3 Heat buttons for 3 secs to activate the child lock.

Clean the filters after each load to prevent overheating.

 - Let the appliance cool down. 

1. Open the appliance door.

2. Remove the lint filter,  pull up to remove.

3. Clean the lint filter

4. Reinstall the lint filter.

Warnings

  • Please do not use the appliance with wet hands and feet.   

  • Do not dry items that contain rubber, plastic or materials similar as pillowed bras, slippers, flip flops, bath mats, carpets, bibs, baby pants, trench/raincoats, plastic bags or pillows that may melt or catch fire.

  • Some materials like rubber can produce fires when heated.

Dryer not getting hot

  • There is a power cut-off switch that is activated if the dryer gets too hot

  • If your clothes dryer is not getting hot, there is a security setting button located on the back plate. This button must be pressed to make it heat up again.

  • It may be necessary wait 10 minutes to allow the appliance to cool down.  

  • The most common reason for overheating is if the filter is blocked. 

  • Clean the filters after each load to prevent overheating of the dryer.

 
DVD PLAYER
(will also play CD’s)

Connect the DVD player to the TV (if necessary)

The DVD player should already be connected to the TV in HDMI 2.

Simply select this as the source on the TV remote. 

Operate the DVD Player

Ensure that the HDMI lead is plugged into the HDMI 2 socket on the back of the DVD

Push the power button ‘1

After a few seconds the DVD player will display the word ‘SELECT’.

If this does not happen, check it has power.

To Open and Close the DVD tray, press button ‘3

To Play/Pause the DVD press button ‘4

To Stop the DVD press button ‘5

DVD Remote

1. On / Off

2. Mute sound

3. Rewind

4. Forward wind

5. Play/Pause

6. Open / Close tray

7. Back to start of disc

8. Forward to end of disc

 
ELECTRIC FIRE
Dining Room

Turn on the fire

Press button 4 once and you will see one single red light inside. This will give the fire effect but no heat.

Turn the heat up

Press button 4 again and you will see two red lights inside. This means that the heat will come on at its lowest setting.

Turn the heat up more

Press button 4 again and you will see three red lights inside. This means that the heat will come on at its highest setting.

 
ENTERTAINMENT BOX

The ‘Entertainment Box’ and the ‘TV’ appear to be on the same wavelength. To ensure trouble-free viewing, when operating the ‘Entertainment Box’ remote, point it to the left of the ‘TV’ and not at the screen, or it will change things in the ‘TV’ and not the ‘Entertainment box’.

 

If you do change the TV by mistake, pressing ‘OK’ on the ‘Entertainment Box’ remote, reverts it back.

If the TV does not display this, then the entertainment box may need turning on

 

Press Power button G on the small remote as shown below

Also check that the HDMI lead from the entertainment box is plugged into HDMI 1 at the rear of the television.

Remote

Control

You can select ‘All channels’ or narrow your options down by selecting a particular genre (Children’s, Documentaries, etc) with the up and down arrows on the remote.

 

To confirm a selection, press the ‘OK’ button (H) on the remote

If you select all channels you will be presented with all available channels for your package, if for example, you select Children’s, you will be presented with only children’s channels.

 You can now scroll up and down the channel list using the up and down arrow buttons on the remote. (I)

When a channel is highlighted, press the OK button (H) once to change the picture in the mini screen and twice for full screen.

To scroll through the channels a page at a time, use the 'Fastplay' ( |<<  >>| ) buttons (K) on the remote.

You can get more TV guide information by pressing the 'Info' button (J), this also gives you the ability to set a reminder with the green F2 button. Please note, the ‘record’, ‘download’ and ‘empty’ buttons are not in use presently.

To set a reminder you need to select a Program in the future with the up, down, left and right arrows and then press the green button.

To go back to the main TV menu again press the 'Exit' button (L).

To go back to the Live TV menu from the catch-up menu, press the 'Exit' button.

There are 4 coloured buttons at the bottom of the screen;

Red button: F1 – 'View'

Gives you two choices, 'List + Info' or 'List'

'List + Info' gives you the channel 'List' plus the mini screen and list gives you the channel list without the mini screen in order to give you more TV guide information.

 

Green button: F2 – 'Sort'. Gives you 3 options; 

By Number (lists in numerical order)

By Title (lists in alphabetical order)

Only Favourite (your pre-selected favourite channels)

 

Yellow button: F3 – 'Favourite'. Pressing the F3 button, will select the channel you have highlighted as a favourite. You can scroll through your master list, selecting your personal favourites which will be available by pressing the F2 button.

 

Blue button: F4 – 'Move'. Pressing this will allow you to change the order of your 'favourites'. To do this, highlight the channel you want to move, use the arrow button to move the channel to where you want it to be on the list and then press 'OK'.

If anything goes wrong, PLEASE DO NOT press any other buttons.

Simply turn the entertainment box off wait 10 seconds and then turn it back on.

 
FUSE BOX
In the Kitchen

The fuse box for the house is located in the kitchen inside the double cupboard on the left of the microwave oven.

  • There is a fuse list on the inside of the fuse box door.

  • If a fuse trips out, it will be in the down position. Simply lift the switch back up to restore power. 

  • If it will not go on, or trips again, leave it for 10 minutes and turn off and unplug as many things as you can. It should then have cooled enough to reset and again the power should come on.

  • Please try to keep the use of multiple items on at the same time to a minimum as this can overload the electrical system over here.

  • Air conditioning units and heaters are the biggest drain on the power supply.

 
GAMES TABLE

Opening the Games Table

You will see a small round brass lever poking out of the middle of one of the sides 1 Pull this lever outwards and the top of the games table 2 will rise enough for you to be able to lift the lid to get the games pieces inside.

There are a wealth of board games in the cupboards behind the games table.

 
GAS CYLINDERS
  • Both the cooker hob and the BBQ run on gas cylinders that have to be turned on and sometimes replaced if they run out of gas.

  • The gas bottle for the cooker is located in the cupboard on the right of the oven. This cylinder does not have to be turned off when not in use.

  • The BBQ cylinder must be turned off when not in use.

  • Should any of the cylinders happen to run out of gas for any reason, there is always a spare full gas cylinder kept in the utility room.

  • Please keep all cylinders out of direct sun light.

To turn gas cylinder on

Flip the black switch on top of the regulator to curve up.

To turn gas cylinder off

Flip the black switch on top of the regulator to curve down.

To change cylinder

Hold the top of the regulator down with your palms and place your fingers underneath the black circular flange.

Pull the flange up & inside the regulator and lift off.

 

Place the regulator on the new cylinder and press down on the black circular flange until it clicks. Check it is secure.

 
HEATING

Using the Remote

Please don’t leave the heating on for long periods of time as this will cause the fuse box to overheat and trip off the electrics.

Turn on the Heating

Press the ON switch 1 and the screen will display a number of things.

 

To select the heating, press 4 until you see the symbol as indicated in the top left of this picture.

Set the Temperature

Press buttons 2 and 3 to select the temperature you require.  We recommend about 28°.

Set the Fan Speed

Press button 5 until you see the circular fan motion displayed as this will circulate the air better.

Set the Fan Angle

Pressing button 7 will cause the fan to swing in an up and down motion.

 

Pressing button 8 until you see the circular fan motion displayed will give better air circulation.

Set the Quiet Mode   (Recommended Settings)

Press button 6 and you will see a moon shape appear, this will set the quiet running mode.

The display on the air conditioning unit will show a flashing light of the room temperature now and a steady light for the temperature you have selected. 

Anything lower than 21 will still show 21 on the unit.

 
MICROWAVE
Daewoo KOG-837RS

The microwave will ping when the time has finished.

 

Press 4 to stop cooking.

 

Opening the door will also stop the cooking, but not cancel the instructions.

Defrost by time.

Press Power/Defrost 2. 0 is displayed

Turn rotary knob 3 for time duration

Press start button 5

Cook by time. (Max power is default)

Turn rotary knob 3 for time duration

Press Start/Easy Cook button 5

 

Quick cook

Press Start/Easy Cook 530 is displayed. Cooking starts

Each additional short press gives you increments of 30 seconds of cooking time up to 5 mins.

 

Grill cooking – You can set time up to 30 mins

Press Grill/Combi 1.   0 is displayed.

Turn rotary knob 3 for time duration

Press Start/Easy Cook button 5

 

Combined cooking – You can set time up to 59 mins

Press Grill/Combi 1.   0 is displayed.

Press Grill/Combi 1 again.   0 is displayed.

Turn rotary knob 3 for time duration

Press Start/Easy Cook button 5

 
 
POOL TABLE

How to use the Pool Table

The pool table is FREE.

Simply push the mechanism in to release balls.

ONLY IF ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY

Open the Ball Holder

Should you need to get into the ball holder, or the inside of the pool table, there is a key in the key box that will open the left lock.

Right lock is broken & open.

Open the Top

Should you need to open the top of the pool table for any reason, take out the ball holder and inside the pool table on the two ends are two small catches. Lift up both catches and you will be able to lift the outer frame.

 
TELEVISION
Philips 55PUS6503/12

Once plugged in, the television will display a red standby light.

Press the On/Off Button A on the remote

Remote control

A. On/Off - Hold the red button down for a few seconds and the TV
will turn on.

 

B. Source

Press the ‘Source’ button

For the TV select

For the DVD select

 

C. Volume ONLY USE THE VOLUME ON THIS REMOTE

 

D. Exit

E. Home

If the remote does not work

1. It could be the batteries.

There should be some spares in the kitchen wine rack draws.

2. If still not working, use the manual press button on the back of the TV

With the TV switched on, press the joystick key on the back of the TV to bring up the basic menu. 2 - Press left or right to select 'Volume', 'Channel' or 'Sources'. Select 'Demo', to start a demo movie.

Other Equipment

Other equipment can be plugged into the TV using the sockets on the rear.

Ensure your colour match each cable

Headphones and HDMI 3

Headphones and an additional HDMI 3 socket can be found on the side of the TV

WI-FI MIRACAST

About Wi-Fi Miracast You can view your photos or play your music and videos from a mobile device on your TV with Wi-Fi Miracast™. The mobile device and the TV should be within range, which usually means being in the same room. Check if your mobile device is ready for Miracast.

Your TV is a Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast™ device. With Miracast™, you can watch and share the screen of your smartphone, tablet or computer on your TV screen wirelessly. You can stream videos (audio and video), share photos or anything else that's on screen of the device. No need to connect the device to your home-network.

Both the TV and the device must be Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast™ devices and have Miracast switched on.

Miracast on this TV is subject to the HDCP protocol and cannot display copy-protected premium content sent by a device. The maximum video resolution supported is 720p for 2.4GHz Wi-Fi or 1080p for 5GHz Wi-Fi.

For more information on Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast™ go to www.wi-fi.org

USING MIRACAST

Switch on Miracast

Press SOURCES - TV remote (B).

Miracast Share a Screen on TV

1 - Activate Miracast (Screen mirroring) on your mobile device.

2 - On your mobile device, select the TV. (This TV will be displayed as TV model name)

3 - Select the TV name on your mobile device, after connection, you can enjoy using Miracast.

Stop Sharing from the device

You can stop sharing a screen from the TV or from the mobile device.

With the application you use to start Miracast, you can disconnect and stop watching the screen of the device on TV. The TV will switch back to the last selected Program.

 

From the TV

To stop watching the screen of the device on TV, you can use the TV remote.

• press EXIT to watch a TV broadcast - TV remote  (D).

• press HOME to start another activity on TV - TV remote  (E).

• press SOURCES to open the Sources menu and select a connected device - TV remote (B)

 
WASHING MACHINE
Beko WMY 81283LMB2

Operating the Washing Machine

Programs

Program-1   Cottons Eco (Usual)

Program-2   Cottons

Program-3   Synthetics

Program-4   Woollens

Program-5   Hand Wash

Program-6   Babyprotect

Program-7   Dark Care

Program-8   Spin+Drain

Program-9      Rinse

Program-10    Shirts

Program-11   Mix 40

Program-12   Aqua 40’40˚

Program-13    Gentle Care 20

Program-14   Hygiene 20°

Program-15   Xpress Super Short

Program-16   Daily Xpress.

• Cottons

Use for your cotton laundry (such as bed sheets, duvet and pillowcase sets, towels, bathrobes, underwear, etc.). Your laundry will be washed with vigorous washing action for a longer washing cycle.

 

• Synthetics

Use to wash your synthetic clothes (shirts, blouses, synthetic/cotton blends, etc.). It washes with a gentle action and has a shorter washing cycle compared to the Cottons Program.

For curtains and tulle, use the Synthetic 40˚C Program with prewash and anti-creasing functions selected.

As their meshed texture causes excessive foaming, wash the veils/tulle by putting little amount of detergent into the main wash compartment.

Do not put detergent in the prewash compartment.

 

• Woollens

Use to wash your woollen clothes. Select the appropriate temperature complying with the tags of your clothes.

Use appropriate detergents for woollens.

 

• Cotton Economic

Use to wash your normally soiled, durable cotton and linen laundry. Although it washes longer than all other Programs, it provides high energy and water savings. Actual water temperature may be different from the stated wash temperature. When you load the machine with less laundry (e.g. ½ capacity or less), Program time may automatically get shorter. In this case, energy and water consumption will decrease more, providing a more economic wash. This Program is available in the models with the remaining time indicator.

 

• BabyProtect

Use this Program for your laundry for which you require an anti-allergic and hygienic washing at high temperature with intensive and long washing cycle.

 

• Delicate 20°

Use it to wash your delicate laundry. It washes with a gentler action without any interim spins compared to the Synthetics program. It should be used for laundry for which sensitive wash is recommended.

 

• Hand wash

Use to wash your woollen/delicate clothes that bear “not machine-washable” tags and for which hand wash is recommended. It washes laundry with a very gentle washing action to not to damage clothes.

 

• Daily express

Use this Program to wash your lightly soiled cotton clothes in a short time.

• Super short express

Use to wash your lightly soiled and unstained cotton laundry in a short time.

 

• Darkcare

Use this Program to wash your dark coloured laundry or coloured laundry that you do not want them to get faded. Washing is performed with little mechanic action and at low temperatures. It is recommended to use liquid detergent or woollen shampoo for dark coloured laundry.

 

• Mixed 40 (Mix 40)

Use this Program to wash your cotton and synthetic clothes together without sorting them.

 

• Shirts

Use to wash the shirts made of cotton, synthetic and synthetic blended fabrics together.

 

• Aqua 40° / 40’

Use this Program to wash your lightly soiled and unstained cotton laundry in a short time.

 

• Hygiene 20°

Use this Program to remove the odour on the laundry that are worn only for once and do not contain any stains or dirt.

 

• Rinse

Use when you want to rinse or starch separately.

 

• Spin + Drain

Use to drain the water in the machine.

Programs

Whenever a new program is selected, the recommended temperature for the selected Program appears on the temperature indicator.

To decrease the temperature, press the Temperature Adjustment button (13). The temperature will decrease gradually.

Spin speed selection

Whenever a new program is selected, the recommended temperature for the selected Program appears on the temperature indicator.

To decrease the temperature, press the Temperature Adjustment button (13). The temperature will decrease gradually.

STARTING THE PROGRAM

Loading the laundry

1. Open the laundry cover.

2. Put the laundry items into the machine in a loose manner.

3. Push and close the loading cover until you hear the locking sound. Ensure that no items are caught in the door. The loading door is locked while a Program is running. The door can only be opened a while after the Program comes to an end.

Filling with Washing powder & Softener

1. Put about a cup full of washing powder in the left side of the tray

2. A cap full of fabric softener into the middle of the tray

3. Prewash

Select Program & Begin

1. Turn the Program selection knob to select the program

2. Press Start/Pause button to start the program.

3. Program follow-up light showing the start-up of the Program will turn on

Loading door lock

There is a locking system on the loading door of the machine that prevents opening of the door in cases when the water level is unsuitable.

"Door Locked" LED in the panel turns on when the loading door is locked.

Cancelling the Program:

The Program is cancelled when the machine is turned off and on again. Press and hold On/Off button for 3 seconds.

STARTING THE PROGRAM

After the Program has started you can make the following changes.

Switching the machine to pause mode:

Press the Start/Pause button to switch the machine to pause mode while a Program is running. The light indicating the Start/Pause status and Program step starts flashing on the Program Follow-up indicator to show that the machine has been switched to the pause mode. Also, Loading Door light will also flash until the door is ready to be opened. When the loading door is ready to be opened loading door light will turn off and Program step indicator and Start / Stop LED continue to flash.

Also, when the loading door is ready to be opened, Loading Door light will also turn off in addition to the Program step light.

Changing the auxiliary function, speed and temperature

Depending on the step the Program has reached, you can cancel or select the auxiliary functions. See, "Auxiliary function selection".

You can also change the speed and temperature settings. See, "Spin speed selection" and "Temperature selection"

Adding or taking out laundry

1. Press the Start/Pause button to switch the machine to pause mode. The Program follow-up light of the relevant step during which the machine was switched into the pause mode will flash.

2. Wait until the Loading Door can be opened.

3. Open the Loading Door and add or take out the laundry.

5. Close the Loading Door.

6. Make changes in auxiliary functions, temperature and speed settings if necessary.

7. Press Start/Pause button to start the machine.

Child Lock

The child lock option can be activated to prevent little fingers from tampering with the buttons. Activating the child lock option prevents any change made to the selected program.

To activate the child lock:

Press and hold Auxiliary Function button 2 for 3 seconds. In the Program selection display on the panel, "Child lock enabled" light will turn on. You can release Auxiliary Function button 2 when this warning is displayed.

To deactivate the child lock:

Press and hold Auxiliary Function button 2 for 3 seconds. In the Program selection display on the panel, "Child lock enabled" light will turn off.

End of Program

End LED appears on the display when the Program is completed.

If you do not press any button for 10 minutes, the machine will switch to OFF mode. Display and all indicators are turned off.

Completed Program steps will be displayed if you press On/Off button.

Standby Mode

Your machine features "Standby Mode".

After you switch on your machine with On/Off button, if no program is started or no other procedure is performed at the selection step or no action is taken within approx. 10 minutes after the selected program ends, your machine will switch to OFF mode automatically. Display and all indicators are turned off. Selected

Program data will be displayed if you press On/Off button. Before you start the program, check the accuracy of your selections. If necessary, repeat them. This is not an error.

 
Wi-Fi

       The network is called    MOVISTAR - 4374

The network key / code is   fuenteverde

The villa is equipped with FREE WIFI. All lights should be green (can be flashing), to show it is working.

If the WIFI stops working:

1. Press the reset button and wait for about 10 minutes

2. Unplug the mains and plug in after 30 seconds

3. Disconnect and reconnect the communication cable.

Pine Processionary Caterpillars
Usually arrive in February, March or April.
 
Avoid if possible

The eggs are laid in candyfloss-like nests in pine trees where they remain during the cold winter months. As the temperature starts to rise with the approach of spring, the caterpillars hatch and drop to the ground to search for food.

They can easily be spotted moving head to tail in a procession to form the conspicuous snake-like lines for which they are named.

The caterpillars, measuring between three and four centimetres in length, can be dangerous to young children who may be curious enough to touch them, and to dogs, who may attempt to eat them.

Temporary symptoms include:

·         Very itchy skin.

·         A raised rash

 

They release tiny acidic hairs when approached, so if it is absolutely necessary to approach them, spray them with hairspray to prevent them releasing these hairs and sweep them into a bucket of water. (Please don’t use the pond, as it can kill the fish.)

 

 

Please inform us if you see these at the property