How to Install an Indesit Washing Machine


Have you misplaced the Indesit Washing machine manual or do you need some guidelines of how to install an Indesit Washing machine? If so, then check out this short post which outlines all the main steps that you can follow to get the job done right. A series of steps and images are included here from the manual in case you have lost it and a number of different washing machine installation videos are also outlined which we found to be very useful – most of these procedures and steps can be applied to the same procedure as installing an Indesit washing machine.

If the first video hasn’t answered all your questions, then check out the other videos which are outlined further down on this page which cover various potential problems or issues that you many come across.

Read also: Our Cheap list of Indesit Washing machines here

How to Install an Indesit Washing Machine – 8 Steps (plus Videos)

Step 1: Remove all the Outer Packaging

Take care to remove all the packaging safely and dispose of all the packaging in an environmentally friendly manner.

Step 2: Remove Protective Screws

Next you should remove the 3 protective screws plus the rubber bush with the respective spacer which are located at the rear of the appliance. Keep these in a safe place in the event you will need to move it again to another location.

Video Overview 1 – Washing Machine Installation Tips

Step 3: Seal the Gaps

Once the protective screws, rubber bush and spacer are removed, you will need to seal the gaps with the plastic plugs provided in the box.

Step 4: Level Surface

Make sure to place the machine on a flat level surface and adjust the front 2 feet correctly to ensure it is 100% level. Otherwise the machine will make a lot of noise while in operation and allow adequate space of 2 to 3 inches with the rear wall or other furniture cabinets. If the floor is not 100% level, then adjust the front 2 feet again to make sure the appliance is 100% level. The angle of inclination should not exceed 2 degrees to avoid vibrations

Read also: Our list of the Cheapest Washing machines in the UK here

Step 5: Water Connection

Locate the water pipe and connect the supply pipe by connecting to the cold-water tap using a three quarter thread connection.

Video Overview 2 – Washing Machine Installation Tips

Step 6: Connect Water Inlet Hose

Next locate the other end of the water inlet hose and connect it to the washing machine inlet. You will need to hand screw it onto the appliances cold water inlet which is located on the top right-hand corner of the rear of the washing machine. You need to double check that there are no kinks in the pipes after you screw it on.

Step 7: Connect the Drain Hose

Once the water connections are in place, the next step is to connect the drain hose to a draining duct for the water to exit the washing machine appliance.

This is generally a connection to an under sink trap for the water to be taken away. Please also make sure that before connecting the drain hose from the machine that you need to ensure that any blanks or removable ends have been removed from the spigot.

The use of extensions hoses is not recommended – if you absolutely need to use it, then extensions must have the exact same diameter and it must be longer than 1.5m. If the drain hose is going into a standpipe, then make sure it doesn’t go any further than 6 inches into it.

Read also: Our list of the Cheap Hotpoint Washing machines here

Video Overview 3 – Washing Machine Installation Tips

Step 8: Plug in the Appliance

Once the water connections and drainpipes are all in place, then plug in and power up the appliance to an earthed socket. It as a 13 amp fused plug so it should be plugged into a 13 amp socket and allow it to run for one cycle without any laundry but with some detergent at a 90 degree programme.

Optional Feedback???

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