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11 ... External unit Emptying the water reservoir ........ 1 0 specifications..!/ fiO.12 ....5 Tips for environmental Technical Chart sequence o [Jseful hints Maintenance and ... Programme Operating .3 Use ... The information marked with this symbol provides additional instructions and practical tips on the use of the appliance.. appliance Cleaning . ...5 ..11 ....11 Description of the lnstallation ..4 .. The symbols you willsee on some paragraphs of this booklet have the following meaning: The warning triangle emphasize information that is particularly important for your safety or correct functioning of the appliance.6 Something not working? . We recommend that you keep this instruction booklet for future reference and pass it on to any future owners.... cleaning Cleaning the door Cleaning the filters . Electrical connection ...... .. ... .11 . Connecting a drain hose ..7 .....7 .. and information about economical and ecological use of the machine are marked with this symbol.....5 .12 .. The control panel . Door reversal ...... Please read these operating instructions carefully and pay particular attention to the safety notes indicated in the first pages.. Positioning ..... Cleaning the air intake grille....5 ...5 . ..4 ...... .. ....Dear customer.. Cleaning the condenser .. do not start it but contact your local Service Centre. ... protection .3 . . Contente lmportant safety information Disposal . Our contribution to the protection of the environment: we use recycled paper.... ......8 .. Stacking kit.9 ...5 .11 .... .. Transport damages After unpacking the machine please check it is not damaged.. lf in doubt......... Unpacking .. .4 .......

This phase should not be shortened. 2 3 1 Programme Guide This will help you to select the correct time for drying.Ir5. NEVER attempt to turn the dial in an a nticlockwise direction. BO. and one of up to 100 mrnutes at a low temperature for synthetic fabrics. When selecting the drying time you should remember that it includes a 10 minute cooling phase (position A on the dial).t . The selector dial incorporates two drying cycles. this button must be pressed again after closing the door in order to restaft the programme from the point at which it was interrupted. _ !11. 2 Mains-ON Light Comes on when the appliance is switched on (ON/OFF button pressed down) and goes out when this button is released. I Time Selector Dial 3 ON/OFF Button O This button is used to switch the dryer on.aO. 6 Start Button O Press this button to start the dryer after having selected the programme. 45 ... ke . 5 Cool Tumble Button A By depressing this button the heat is cut off. 7 Water Futl !ndicator Light L9 This light illuminates when the reservoir is full or improperly fitted.f12@ bt' . one of up to 150 minutes at a high temperature for cotton and linen.Use The contro! panel lrAO fr:. 40. stopped or avoided.ItO' IF|-!!O. to remove a persistent odour of moth balls) or to dry extremely delicate items. ln this case you should select a longer drying time."fi.t _ /ur. as this could cause skin burns or damages to the laundry. If the door of the appliance is opened while the programme is running. turn the dial clockwise until the time you want coincides exactly with the pointer. _ .O. At the end of the programme. To set the machine to the selected time. release this button by pressing it again to switch the dryer off.. 4 Low Temperature Button lf Press this button to reduce the temperature when drying particularly delicate cotton or linen items.l' .t2t 9t . l(Oc. 60.o s !O. o5(. O ks 2 5 at' . This is particularly useful to freshen the laundry (e./l?m 600/90 lo@..9.. . tt .

Programme Chart Cottons and linens V Selector dial up to 150 minutes (high temperature section) Type of laundry Degree of drying Amount Drying time in minutes for laundry spun at 800/900 rpm 1 of laundry 00 011200 rpm Cotton Towelling Shirts Sheets Hand towels 6kg Store dry E (wardrobe dry) 2. the type of laundry. but not overloaded. Drying times are given as a guide only and vary according to the size of the load. suitable for ironing) 130-150 1 1 0-1 30 60-75 55-70 Tablecloths Table napkins 6kg 2. Experience will soon enable you to estimate the drying time needed for your usual laundry loads. . lt is advisable to take note of them.5 kg lron dry A (not completely dry.125 95-1 15 45-60 40-55 Synthetics A Degree of drying Selector dial up to 100 minutes (low temperature section) Drying time in minutes for laundry spun at a minimum speed of 650 rpm 65-75 30-40 Type of laundry Synthetics or mixed fabrics which do not require ironing. linen: full drum. Synthetics: half drum.5 kg Store dry E 1kg Attention! Please follow the instructions on labels when drying mixed fabrics. Start by selecting a short drying time. Cottons. if these instructions are followed: . . the degree of spinning prior to drying and the degree of drying required. Amount of laundry 2. For a mixed load (cotton and synthetics. Size of load It is not necessary to weigh the laundry. lf necessary. for example) select the drying time suitable for the most delicate fabrics and then increase it by approx 10 mins. perform an additional drying cycle afteruvards.5 kg 1 05.

first depress the ON/OFF button e and then turn the time selector dial to the required time. 2. Open the door. o Clean the filters (see page 1 1). we recommend to place a few damp cloths inside the appliance and dry for 20 minutes. There may be dust inside a brand new tumble dryer. lmportant! !f the drying programme has to be stopped before it reaches the end.O Operating sequence After each use Before using your tumble dryer for the first time. Drying 1. Modifying the programme 3 Load the items one at a time. Press the ON/OFF button comes on. Connect the appliance. Switch the appliance off by releasing the ON/OFF button O The mains-ON light goes out. 7. Release the ON/OFF button (the mains-ON light goes out) and immediately remove the laundry. The drum turns alternately in both directions during drying. 5 O: the mains-ON light 6. we recommend that you turn the time selector dial to position A (cooling) and wait until the end of this phase before removing the laundry. 9. Please check the laundry does not get caught between the door and fllter. lf required. Select the dryang time. O. . . All drying programmes end with a 10 minute cooling phase (position A on selector dial). press the Low Temperature button lf or the Cool Tumble button A the machine starts 8. shaking them out loosely. The machine stops automatically at the end of this phase. This will avoid a build-up of heat inside the appliance. 4 To change a programme which is running without opening the door. Empty the water reservoir (see page 12). Press the Start button operating. Close the door. . Press the ON/OFF button again.

). here is a list of the average weights of some common laundry items.250 g lf individual items are still damp after drying.500 g 200 .500 g 70-1209 50 Table napkin Towelling hand towel Bathrobe .250 g 1000 . Easy-care items. Close press studs. silk. zips and hooks and tie belts and apron strings. Try to load to the maximum capaci$ of the machine as small loads are uneconomical. Tablecloth Kitchen towel 400 . but at least 20 minutes. o \lever tumble dry the following: Particularly delicate items such as net curtains.1500 g You can also put starched items into your dryer. Remove the laundry when the dryer has finished drying.100 g 150 . 10 . this avoids creasing and saves energy. lt is advisable to allow for shrinkage when choosing the size of new purchases. Sheet 700 . ' Always follow the instructions on garment labels: o o o tr may be tumble dried normal drying (high temperature) delicate drying (low temperature) . set a brief post-drying time. 30 seconds or using the special brief spin programme of your washing machine). nylon tights. . Man's shirt Pillowcase 200 . etc. The laundry must be thoroughly spun before tumble drying. to achieve the desired starched effect. To avoid a static charge when drying is completed. Knitted textiles (knitted underwear) may shrink a Iittle during drying. pockets.300 g 100 . blankets. Do not over-dry laundry. For information. This will be necessary particularly for multilayered items (e. e. feather quilts and any items containing rubber foam or materials similar to rubber foam. Please do not overdry items of this type.200 g Man's pyjamas Ladies' nightdress 400 . collars.g. do not tumble dry Close pillowcases and covers with fasteners to prevent small laundry items getting tangled inside them. . To remove any starch residues. too.1000 g Avoid drying dark clothes with light coloured fluffy items such as towels as they could attract the fluff. eiderdowns. However. sleeping bags. bulky materials such as anoraks. use either a fabric softener when you are washing the laundry or a f abric conditioner specifically for tumble dryers. Sort laundry according to type and degree of drying required.O Useful hints . shirts. should be briefly pre-spun before drying (depending on crease resistance approx. woollen. fabrics with metal trim. wipe out the internal drum after drying with a moist cloth and then rub it dry. choose the programme "iron dry".g.

o ooo @ To pull out the condenser. Remove the filter in the door opening as per picture (it can be positioned with the tooth facing to the left or to the right). The filters collect all the fluff which accumulates during drying and they must therefore be cleaned at the end of each programme. Cleaning the filters Your dryer will only function well if the filters arc clean. with a damp cloth.ln a tumble dryer it simply collects in the filter. 3 or 4 times a year depending on how frequently the dryer is used. Cleaning the condenser unit Clean the air condenser periodically. Do not be alarmed by the amount of fluff. before you can carry out any cleaning or maintenance work. a withish patina due to detergent residue on laundry forms on the filters. I 11 . lt is not due to excessive wear caused by the dryer. diluents or similar products. When this occurs. All fabric loses fluff when drying but it goes un-noticed in the air. clean the filters with warm water using a brush. Cleaning the door Clean periodically the interior part of the door to remove any fluff from the seals around the filter.ffi*ffiqffiffi&rir. The condenser is situated at the lower part of the cabinet behind a small door. A Do not use the appliance without fitters. before removing the laundry. Accurate cleaning ensures correct drying. You must disconnect the appliance from the electricity supply. first turn the two red stops downwards and then remove the condenser unit holding it at the handle.* em# **e&filng After a while. External cleaning Use only soap and water and then dry thoroughly. lmportant: do not use methylated spirit. To open the door. push the catch as per picture. I I Z The filter in the inner door must be removed for cleaning.

. Also clean the outside. lmportant! Do not use pointed objects or utensils to clean the spaces between the plates. The reseryoir must be re-inserted correctly. Close the srnall door and press the START/PAUSE button again to allorv the programnle to continue. The machine can remain unactive some seconds before starting the programme and during this period the water container light & remains alight. downwards to lock fimrly it stop . Clean the rubber seal round the condenser cabinet and in the inner part of the small door with a damp cloth. Re-fit the condenser. lf this is not done a safety device trips: pilot light & on the control panel comes on and the programme stops. ln this case it must be filtered (e. Cleaning the air intake grille Using a vacuum cleaner remove the fluff from the air intake grille at the back of the appliance. through a coffee filter). as this could damage the condenser and make it permeable. leaving the laundry damp. turn the red stops upwards and close the door. Push it until it clicks. etc. The reservoir must be emptied after each drying cycle to ensure efficient operation when the machine is next used. Emptying the water reserl/oir Water extracted from the laundry condenses inside the machine and is collected in a reservoir. removing all fluff. Do not use this appliance if the condenser has not been fitted. The reservoir can be emptied even in the middle of programme Proceed as follows: a o Open the small door at the lou'er pan of the cabinet o Turn the yellow stop upwards t Pull out the reseruoir t Open the srnall cover and let u'ater flou' down t Close the small cover and re-insefi correctlv the reservolr o Push it until it clicks and tum the 1'ellou. 12 . Handy tip: The condensed water may be used in a steam iron or to top up a battery.Clean it with a brush and rinse it under the shower if necessary.g.

The dryer is not correctly installed. The tow temperature h or cool tumble function has been selected. The laundry has not been spun properly. The water reservoir is full. after the above checks. This information can be found on the rating plate (see picture on page 4 ). there is still a fault. Please make sure you give the model and serial A number of the appliance. The water reservoir is ful! or not correctly inserted. There is no electricity supply from the wall socket. The selected cycle is not suitable for the laundry. The selector dial is not set correctly. 13 .$omething not working? Before contacting your localSeryrce Centre. call your local Service Centre. The condenser is clogged. The start button o The dryer does not work: O has not been depressed. Excessive laundry load. ! nsufficient drying time. please make the following checks: Problem Possible cause The door(s) is(are) open. The plug is not fitted into the wall socket. lf. o The dryer does not dry properly: The filters are clogged.

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