Whirlpool PROW 0614II Technical information

INSTALLATION AND
MAINTENANCE
PROW 0612IIM
PROW 0614II
PROD 06SCII
PROD 06SVII
WASHING MACHINE
TUMBLE DRYER
SERVICE AND GUARANTEE
2-17
18-36
37
CONTENTS – WASHING MACHINE
SAFETY
3
Transit screws
General
Child lock on Start/Stop button
Door
Overfill cut-out
Packaging
Transport/Winter storage
Scrapping
CHANGING SETTINGS
12-13
Language
Locking the programme
Wash temperature, C or F
Changing preset wash temperature
Child lock
MAINTENANCE
PARTS OF THE WASHING MACHINE
4
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
5
14-15
Emptying/cleaning trap and drain pump
Inspection holes under drum paddles
Cleaning the detergent drawer
Cleaning the outside of the machine
In areas with hard water
Technical data
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROGRAMME CYCLES
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
6
8-10
Transit screws
Positioning the washing machine
Adjusting the feet
Connecting to water supply
Water intake – mixed or cold water
Connecting to drain
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
16-17
Door will not open
Machine will not start
Error messages
The display is lighting when a
programme is selected, but no
characters or digits are shown
Wrong language displayed
11
Electrical installation
Connecting to coin mechanism
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CONTENTS
SAFETY
TRANSIT SCREWS
OVERFILL CUT-OUT
Before the machine can be used the three transit screws must be removed. See chapter ”Mechanical Installation”.
If the water level in the machine rises above
normal the overfill cut-out shuts off the water
intake and starts pumping out the water. The
programme resumes when the water level has
dropped.
GENERAL
• Read and keep this manual!
• Any electrical work or plumbing must be carried out by qualified tradesmen.
• The machine is not designed to be used by
persons (even children) that are physically or
mentally handicapped or lack experience and
knowledge. Such persons must receive instruction in how to use the machine from the person
responible for their safety.
• Children must be watched to ensure they do
not play with the machine.
CHILD LOCK ON
Start/Stop
BUTTON
To prevent accidental button pushes on the
Start/Stop button you can activate the child lock
function. The Start/Stop button then must be held
in for three seconds to activate the machine.
DOOR
PACKAGING
Recycle the packaging according to recommendations in your area.
TRANSPORT/WINTER STORAGE
If you intend to transport the machine or store
it over winter in unheated premises, empty the
trap and the drain pump, see the chapter on
Maintenance.
Any questions? Call service.
SCRAPPING
At the end of its life the machine must be disabled before being scrapped.
Contact your local recycling centre to find
out where to dispose of it or recycle it.
The machine has been built and marked to
facilitate recycling.
The door is opened electrically, so it cannot be
opened until the machine is connected to the
electrical supply! The door can however be opened in an emergency, see Troubleshooting.
SAFETY
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PARTS OF THE WASHING MACHINE
1
2
3
1. DETERGENT DRAWER
2. POWER SWITCH
3. PROGRAMME PANEL
P1
4. RATING PLATE
P2
P3
P4
Start/Sto
p
P5
5. DOOR-DRAIN PUMP/EMERGENCY OPEN
P6
P7
P8
6. DRAIN PUMP/EMERGENCY OPEN (BEHIND
FLAP)
4
7. DOOR
5
6
7
1. DETERGENT COMPARTMENT – PRE-WASH
2. DETERGENT COMPARTMENT – MAIN WASH
3. FABRIC CONDITIONER COMPARTMENT
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1
2
3
PARTS OF THE WASHING MACHINE
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL DATA
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
Drum capacity:
Max wash load:
Spin speed PROW 0612IIM:
Spin speed PROW 0614II:
Power rating:
Element power:
Water pressure:
Composition of drum and fluid container:
Composition of casing:
Installation:
Water supply:
Drain:
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
850 mm.
595 mm.
585 mm.
73 kg.
50 l.
6.0 kg.
1200 rpm.
1400 rpm.
See rating plate.
See rating plate.
0.1–1 MPa, 1–10 kp/cm2, 10–100 N/cm2.
Stainless steel.
Powder-painted and hot-dip galvanized sheet
steel or stainless steel.
Static on four adjustable, rubber-covered feet.
1.5 m PEX hose.
1.7 m polypropylene hose (pump) or 0.4 mm
EPDM rubber hose (valve).
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PROGRAMME CYCLES
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PROGRAMMES
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P1 Heavy wash 90°C
P2 Normal wash 60°C
110
P3 Normal wash 60°C
54
P4 Normal wash 40°C
40
P5 Synthetic wash 40°C
25
P6 Super quick wash 40°C
20
P7 Wool/hand wash 30°C (1)
25
P8 Spin
4
(1) High water level and gentle motor action.
EXPLANATIONS
1/1 (6,0 kg)
1/2 (3,0 kg)
Short spin (3 min)
1/3 (2,0 kg)
Long spin (6 min)
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Rinse
PROGRAMME CYCLES
PROGRAMME CYCLES
WASHING MACHINE
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MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
TRANSIT SCREWS
Before the machine can be used the three transit screws must be removed as described below.
Each transit screw has a washer and a rubber
spacer. The rubber
spacers are used to
protect the screw holes after the screws
have been removed.
3. Finally, refit the rubber spacers to cover the
transit holes.
1. First unscrew the screw and remove the washer.
2. Then pull out the rubber spacer.
2
1
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MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
POSITIONING THE WASHING MACHINE
The washing machine can be built-in or freestanding. It should be positioned so that there
is an electrical socket within easy reach.
A. Built-in
The washing machine can be built in under a
worktop with a working height of 850–900 mm.
Leave a 5 mm gap around the machine. This
also applies between the rear edge of the top
the machine and the wall behind.
The machine can be anchored to the floor, see
enclosed bag containing instructions and parts.
ADJUSTING THE FEET
Adjust the feet so that the machine is level and
steady on the floor.
Tighten the locking nuts.
Locking nut
CONNECTING TO WATER SUPPLY
The machine should be connected to the water
supply by someone who has the necessary skill.
The machine is connected using the supplied
inlet hose.
min 600 mm
NOTE!
It is important that you use the inlet hose that
is supplied, not an old hose.
min 850 mm
B. Free-standing
The washing machine can be placed alongside
or underneath the tumble dryer.
P1
P2
P3
P4
Start/Stop
P5
595
mm
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
P6
P7
P8
850 mm
mm
585
The water pressure must be 0.1–1 MPa
(about 1–10 kp/cm2; 10–100 N/cm2).
The water supply pipe must be fitted with a
shut-off valve.
If the supply pipe has just been installed we
recommend that it is flushed out thoroughly
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first to remove any dirt. Otherwise this could
clog the intake filter in the machine and block
the water supply.
WATER INTAKE – MIXED OR COLD WATER
On delivery the machine is set to use mixed hot
and cold water (E).
The machine can be set for cold water intake
only. This setting must be made by a qualified
professional. Contact the service division.
CONNECTING TO THE DRAIN
Machine with drain pump
The machine is supplied with a drain hose already fitted and this should be connected to a
laundry sink, or the like, at a height of 600–900
mm above the floor.
600-900 mm
To change the water intake setting, do as
follows:
Switch off the power switch,
, then
switch it on again so that the machine is in
start-up mode.
Press the
P8
button five times, then press
the P4 button five times. You have to complete these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
Within three seconds of pressing the P4
button for the fifth time you must then select
the type of water intake you want by pressing
the P6 , P7 or P8 buttons.
P6 to use cold water intake only (C).
The lower height (600 mm) is always preferable. Make sure the drain hose is not kinked.
Machine with drain valve
An outlet hose is supplied with the machine.
This must be connected to the outlet on the
machine
and empty
into a floor
drain or
gutter drain.
P8 to use mixed hot and cold water (E).
A letter C near the bottom right of the display shows that cold water is being used and
the letter E indicates mixed hot and cold.
NOTE!
The end of the outlet hose must be lower than
the
lowest
point of the
outlet valve.
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MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
CONNECTING TO A COIN MECHANISM
The washing machine must be connected using
a permanently installed cable through an isolating switch by a qualified electrician.
Connection to a coin mechanism must be carried out by a qualified electrician.
A special connecting cable is required to connect the machine to a coin mechanism. This
can be ordered as a spare part, art. no. 92 090
95.
Power supply
The machine is supplied as single-phase, 230 V,
50 Hz, heat output 3000W and has 16 A.
If an earth leakage circuit breaker is fitted it
must be of type A.
Reconfiguration
The machine can be reconfigured The machine
should be reconfigured as shown in the wiring
diagram underneath the top panel of the machine.
Recommendations for choice of coin mechanism
The connecting cable (92 090 95) supplies the
coin mechanism with power (230 V). The coin
mechanism must be able to short-circuit two
signal leads for a period of time (around 0–10
minutes). This is so that the user has time to
load the laundry, select the programme and start
the programme after inserting the coins.
NOTE!
Electrical connection /reconfiguring must be
carried out by a qualified electrician.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
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CHANGING SETTINGS
LANGUAGE
You can change the language of the displayed
text.
The languages you can choose from are Dansk,
Deutsch, English, Espanol, Français, Italiano,
Nederlands, Norsk, Portugués, Suomi and
Svenska.
To change language do as follows:
Switch off the power switch,
, then switch
it on again so that the machine is in start-up
mode.
Press the
the
P1
P8
button five times, then press
WASH TEMPERATURE - CENTIGRADE OR FAHRENHEIT
You can change the way the temperature is displayed from centigrade (C) to Fahrenheit (F).
button five times. You have to comple-
te these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
Within three seconds of pressing the P1
button for the fifth time you should then select
To change the temperature display, do as follows:
Switch off the power switch,
, then switch
it on again so that the machine is in start-up mode.
Press the
P8
button five times, then press
or
the P2 button five times. You have to complete these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
If for some reason you want to limit the number
of programmes that can be used you can lock
one or more programmes.
No characters or digits are shown on the display when a locked programme is selected.
button for the fifth time you should then press
the language you want by pressing the
P7
P6
buttons.
LOCKING A PROGRAMME
To lock or unlock a programme, do as follows:
Switch off the power switch,
, then switch
it on again so that the machine is in start-up
mode.
Press the P8 -button five times, then press
the P7 -button five times. You have to complete these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
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Within three seconds of pressing the P7 button for the fifth time you should hold in the
programme button for the programme you want
to lock for 5-10 seconds until the information
in the display starts flashing.
Then you can lock the programme by releasing the programme button and pressing the
Start/Stop -button once.
Do the same to unlock the programme.
Within three seconds of pressing the
the
P6
or
P7
P2
buttons to select centigrade
(C) or Fahrenheit (F).
CHANGING PRESET WASH TEMPERATURE
You can change the preset wash temperatures
for each of the programmes. The temperatures
you can choose from are:
Heavy wash - C, 30, 35, …, 85, 90, 95ºC.
Normal wash - C, 30, 35, …, 85, 90, 95ºC.
Light wash, Synthetic wash, Permanent Press C, 30, 35, …, 85, 90, 95ºC.
CHANGING SETTINGS
Super quick wash
- C, 30, 35, …, 85, 90, 95ºC.
Delicate and Wool wash - C, 30, 35, 40ºC.
If you choose C, the wash temperature will
be the same as the intake water temperature.
mode.
Press the
P8
button five times, then press
the P3 button five times. You have to complete these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
Within three seconds of pressing the
To change the wash temperature, do as follows:
Switch off the power switch,
, then switch
it on again so that the machine is in start-up
mode.
Press the
the
P6
P8
button five times, then press
P3
button for the last time you must then press the
P6
or
P7
button to choose whether you want
the child lock on or off.
Press P7 to activate the child lock.
Press P6 to disable the child lock.
button five times. You have to comple-
te these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
Press the programme button, P1 - P8 , to
select the programme you want to change the
wash temperature for.
Then use buttons
P6
(reduce temperature)
and P7 (increase temperature) to choose the
wash temperature. As you scroll through to the
chosen temperature it appears at the bottom of
the display alongside the symbol.
When your chosen wash temperature appears
press the
choice.
P8
CHILD LOCK ON
button again to confirm your
Start/Stop
BUTTON
To prevent accidental button pushes on the
Start/Stop button you can activate the child lock
function. The Start/Stop button then must be held
in for three seconds to activate the machine.
To switch the child lock on or off, do as follows:
Switch off the power switch,
, then switch
it on again so that the machine is in start-up
CHANGING SETTINGS
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MAINTENANCE
EMPTYING/CLEANING TRAP AND DRAIN PUMP
INSPECTION HOLES UNDER DRUM PADDLES
(only machines with drain pump)
If you think that an item such as a nail, paperclip, hair clip or the like has fallen through the
wash drum you should inspect the outer drum
through the inspection holes in the paddles.
Items such as this can rust and produce stains
on clothes. Nails and other sharp items could
tear clothes.
The washing machine has a trap that is designed to catch coins, hair clips, etc. To clean the
trap and the drain pump, do as follows:
1. Make sure the machine is empty of water and
that the power switch is off.
2. Open the flap that conceals the drain pump
at the bottom
left of the machine. Use a screwdriver as shown.
3. Pull the hose off the spigot inside the flap
and drain the water
into a suitable container.
4. Open the pump by turning the cap anticlockwise. Remove
the cap and trap.
5. Remove any objects and waste from the pump
housing. Check
that the pump impeller at the back
rotates freely.
6. Screw the cap and trap back into place, reconnect the drain
hose and close the
flap.
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Do as follows
1. Use a screwdriver or similar tool.
2. Insert the screwdriver
through the hole in
the middle of the
paddle and lever
the handle of the
screwdriver gently
to the left.
3. Grasp the rear edge of
the paddle cover
with your other
hand and pull it
towards you as
shown.
1
2
4. Lift off the paddle cover.
5. Examine the space between the inner and
outer drum as you turn the inner drum. Remove any items you see.
6. Engage the paddle cover in its locating holes
with the F marking nearest you. Make sure that
all the clips engage in their holes in the drum.
MAINTENANCE
Push the paddle cover away from you until it is
in its original position.
CLEANING THE DETERGENT DRAWER
Pull the drawer out as far as it will go.
CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE MACHINE
Clean the outside and the programme panel
using mild detergent. Do not use abrasives or
solvents as they may damage the machine. Do
not spray the machine with water.
IN AREAS WITH HARD WATER
P1
P2
P3
P4
Start/S
top
Then lift it upwards and outwards as shown.
P1
If the machine is installed in an area with hard
water a greyish white deposit may appear on
the wash drum. To remove this, empty a 20
gram packet of citric acid into the wash drum
and run a Normal wash programme at 85ºC.
You will find citric acid on the spice shelf at
your supermarket.
P2
P3
Start/S
top
P4
Wash and wipe clean the detergent compartments.
NOTE!
Do not put the detergent drawer in a dishwasher!
MAINTENANCE
Trap and drain pump
Inspection holes under drum paddles
MAINTENANCE INTERVAL
12 times a year or each 25 cycle
Twice a yearor each 150 cycle
Cleaning detergent drawer
12 times a year or each 25 cycle
Cleaning outside of machine
As necessary or when cleaning
laundry room.
Hard water (greyish white deposit in drum)
Twice a yearor each 150 cycle
Maintenance chart for washing machine.
MAINTENANCE
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TROUBLESHOOTING
DOOR WILL NOT OPEN
• Pull the handle to open the door.
1. Check that the power switch is on.
2. Has there been a power cut? Check the fuses
in the fuse box. The door cannot be opened
with the
button if there is no power.
3. If everything else fails the door can be opened in an emergency as follows:
• Make sure the power switch is off.
• Machines with a drain pump: First check that
there is no water left in the machine. If there is,
empty the machine as described under the
heading Checking trap and drain pump, in the
chapter on Maintenance.
• Open the flap at the bottom left. Use a screwdriver as shown.
• Press the handle back into its recess and secure it with the screw. Close the flap.
If you have problems opening the door normally again, call service.
MACHINE DOES NOT START
1. Is the door shut properly? Push it firmly. A
flashing symbol appears in the display if the
machine is started with the door open.
2. Check if the child lock is activated. To start
the machine when the child lock is activated,
hold in the Start/Stop -button for 3 seconds. See
Changing settings.
3. Is there power to the machine. Check the
fuse box.
• Unscrew the screw that holds the red plastic
handle.
ERROR MESSAGES
The character display shows whether a fault has
occurred during the programme. To cancel an
error message after the fault has been corrected
as described below, switch off the machine or
change the programme.
You can check and fix some faults yourself:
Problem emptying. Machine not emptying properly. Check:
– that nothing has got stuck in the drain hose
outlet.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
– that the drain pump is not blocked by a foreign object. Clean the pump, see chapter on
Maintenance.
– that the drain hose is not kinked.
After doing this, run programme P8. If there is
still a problem, call service.
THE DISPLAY IS LIGHTING WHEN A PROGRAMME
Machine not filling. Fault in water supply, check:
- is the tap on the water pipe open?
- is the filter in the machine’s water intake blocked? Turn off the tap. Unscrew the hose and
check.
WRONG LANGUAGE DISPLAYED
is flashing in the bottom right corner of the
display. The programme has tried to start but
the door is open. Close the door and start again.
IS SELECTED, BUT NO CHARACTERS OR DIGITS
ARE SHOWN
No characters or digits are shown on the display when a locked programme is selected.
To unlock a programme, see Changing settings.
If the display language has changed for some
reason you can go back to the original language.
The languages you can choose between are
Dansk, Deutsch, English, Espanol, Français,
Italiano, Nederlands, Norsk, Portugués, Suomi
and Svenska.
To change language do as follows:
0000 is flashing at the top right of the display.
The machine has not spun.
1. The machine has a built-in imbalance sensor
that reduces the speed or prevents spinning if
the load is poorly distributed. Switch off the
power switch,
, then switch it on again.
Open the door and redistribute the load.
2. After doing this, run programme P8.
If there is some other fault, call service and say
which error message appears in the display.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Switch off the power switch,
, then switch
it on again so that the machine is in start-up
mode.
Press the
the
P1
P8
button five times, then press
button five times. You have to comple-
te these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
Within three seconds of pressing the P1
button for the fifth time you should then select
the language you want by pressing the
P7
P6
or
buttons.
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CONTENTS - TUMBLE DRYER
SAFETY
19
General
Using the dryer first time
Child lock on Start/Stop buttons
Thermal cut-out
Float
Door
Packaging
Scrapping
MAINTENANCE
20
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
21
Technical data
Programme cycles
22-28
Positioning the tumble dryer
Adjusting the feet
Condensed water
Venting
Reversing the door
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
31
Language
Locking the programme
Child lock
PARTS OF THE TUMBLE DRYER
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
CHANGING SETTINGS
32-34
Cleaning the outside of the machine
Cleaning the fan
Cleaning the condenser
Cleaning the lint filter
In areas with hard water
TROUBLESHOOTING
35-36
Machine will not start
Thermal cut-out
Drying takes too long
Error messages
The display is lighting when a program
me is selected, but no characters or
digits are shown
Wrong language displayed
30
Electrical installation
Connecting to coin mechanism
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CONTENTS
SAFETY
GENERAL
• Read and keep this manual!
• Any electrical work must be carried out by a
qualified electrician.
• The machine is not designed to be used by
persons (even children) that are physically or
mentally handicapped or lack experience and
knowledge. Such persons must receive instruction in how to use the machine from the person
responible for their safety.
• Children must be watched to ensure they do
not play with the machine.
USING THE DRYER FOR THE FIRST TIME
When you start the dryer for the first time, or if
it has not been used for a long time, you may
hear a faint clunking noise. This is entirely normal and will disappear after a few cycles.
CHILD LOCK ON
BUTTON
To prevent accidental button pushes on the
button you can activate the child lock
function. The
button then must be held
in for three seconds to activate the machine.
FLOAT (only applies to condenser dryer)
A float switches off the machine if there is a
blockage in the condensed water hose.
Caution!
During the programme, the back of the tumble
dryer will get very hot. Leave the machine to
cool completely before touching the back.
DOOR
The tumble dryer has a magnetic lock, which
makes it easy to open the door from the outside
or inside. The door is fitted with a switch that
automatically switches off the tumble dryer
when the door is opened. The tumble dryer
does not start automatically when the door is
closed (for example if a child pulls the door
closed from the inside).
PACKAGING
Recycle the packaging according to recommendations in your area.
SCRAPPING
THERMAL CUT-OUT
The tumble dryer is protected by a thermal cutout. This switches off the machine if it gets too
hot.
SAFETY
At the end of its life the machine must be disabled before being scrapped.
Contact your local recycling centre to find
out where to dispose of it or recycle it.
The machine has been built and marked to
facilitate recycling.
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PARTS OF THE TUMBLE DRYER
3
4
2
1
8
5
6
7
1. LINT FILTER HOLDER
5. DOOR
2. RATING PLATE
6. FAN (BEHIND FRONT PANEL)
3. CONDENSATION WATER TANK –
7. CONDENSER – CONDENSER TUMBLE
CONDENSER TUMBLE DRYERS ONLY
DRYERS ONLY (BEHIND FRONT PANEL)
4. PANEL
8. LINT FILTER
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PARTS OF THE TUMBLE DRYER
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL DATA
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
Drum capacity:
Drying capacity:
Speed:
Power rating:
Composition of drum:
Composition of casing:
850 mm.
595 mm.
585 mm.
39 kg (vented) / 47 kg (condenser).
111 l.
6.0 kg.
52 rpm.
See rating plate.
Stainless steel.
Powder-painted and hot-dip galvanized sheet
steel or stainless steel.
Stacked, free-standing or built-in.
2.0 m EPDM rubber hose.
3.0 m PVC.
Installation:
Drain (condenser tumble dryer):
Vent hose (venting tumble dryer):
r.
m
pp
(a
g
20
Normal
20
P3 Normal dry
Normal
20
P4 Iron dry
Normal
20
P5 Extra dry
Low
20
P6 Dry
Low
20
P7 Normal dry
Low
20
P8 Iron dry
Low
20
th
in
Normal
P2 Dry
ng
ol
P1 Extra dry
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Co
Dr
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Te
m
pe
ra
tur
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in
)
PROGRAMME CYCLES
The length of the drying depends on the moisture of the items being dried. The time for drying shown in the table
above indicates the relative time for each programme.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TUMBLE DRYER
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MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
POSITIONING THE TUMBLE DRYER
B. Built-in
The tumble dryer can be installed free-standing, built-in or stacked on top of a washing
machine. Remember that the dryer generates
heat and should not therefore be placed in a
room that is too small. If the room is very small,
drying will take longer due to the limited volume of air.
The tumble dryer can be built in under a worktop with a minimum height of 850 mm. The
gap must be at least 600 mm wide.
TIP!
To improve the air supply, leave open the door
of the room in which the dryer is placed.
min 600
min 850
WARNING!
Electrical installation must be carried out by a
qualified electrician.
140
The tumble dryer can be placed next to the
washing machine. The dimensions of the tumble dryer are:
P1
P2
P3
P4
Start
Stop
P5
22
mm
P6
P7
P8
mm
850 mm
585
TUMBLE DRYER
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140
A. Free-standing
595
0
12
103
120
C. Stacked
The tumble dryer can be stacked on top of an
Whirlpool washing machine. Use the stacking
kit that is supplied with the machine:
2 plastic holders. Plastic bag inside the drum.
2 metal tip guards. Attached to the lower back
of the machine.
An optional pull-out top can be purchased
from your Whirlpool dealer: Art no. 80 619 070 (white) and 80 619 07-26 (black).
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Fit the stacking kit as follows:
4. Position the plastic cups so that the arrowed lugs
1. Unscrew the two arrowed screws at the rear
of the washing machine.
are flush with the front
and side of the top, then
press down onto the top.
Now break off the remaining tabs.
2. Fit the metal brackets as shown, using the
screws.
5. Open the knock-out
holes on the back of the
tumble dryer (where present) with the aid of a
hammer and screwdriver.
They must not be fully
removed, just opened!
6. Slide the tumble dryer
under the metal brackets,
keeping the front edge raised 1–2 cm.
3. The plastic cups that will hold the front feet
of the tumble dryer must be attached to the top
of the washing machine. This is important since
the feet of the tumble dryer must be located in
the plastic cups to ensure that the dryer is correctly positioned.
Break tab A off the cup that goes on the right
side and break tab B
off the cup that goes A
on the left side. Then
peel the backing paper off
B
the self-adhesive base of
the cups.
7. Lower the front feet of the
dryer into the plastic cups and
adjust the feet so that the dryer is level.
ADJUSTING THE FEET
Screw the feet in or out until the dryer is
steady and level
on the floor or
washing machi-
Locking nut
ne. Then tighten
the locking nuts.
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CONDENSED WATER
VENTING
(only applies to condenser tumble dryer)
(only applies to venting tumble dryer)
The machine is supplied with a 2.0 metre-long
drain hose. Use this to remove the condensed
water.
The exhaust air from the tumble dryer must be
led to a ventilation duct or a wall outlet using
the accompanying vent hose.
max 1000 mm
Connecting to tumble dryer
NOTE!
It is important that you use the new rubber
hose that is supplied, not an old hose.
The tumble dryer can be vented in three ways:
from the rear, from the right side or from the
left side. One of the holes is open when the
dryer is delivered. The
other two are fitted with
covers.
The tumble dryer is
supplied with an 3 2 1
adapter (1),
a plastic
collar (2) and a vent hose (3).
Connect the vent hose as follows:
1. Slide the vent hose over the end of the adapter and secure with the plastic strap.
2. Remove the plastic cover from the hole if you
intend to connect the hose to a hole other than
the one that is already open.
3. Insert the end of the adapter in the hole.
4. Fit the cover to the open hole.
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MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Connecting to vent duct
The vent hose must follow the shortest, straightest path possible from the tumble dryer to the
vent duct. Cut the vent hose to length if it is
too long. If necessary the vent hose can be extended to a maximum length of 8 metres (internal diameter 102 mm). If a longer hose is required it must have a larger internal diameter in
order to maintain the fan capacity of the dryer.
Any bends should be as gentle as possible. If
it is necessary to make 90º bends there must be
no more than four of them. More bends reduce
the fan capacity of the dryer.
The hose must always run downwards or stay
level with the tumble dryer.
Accessories
If the vent hose is taken to a wall outlet you can
prevent cold air getting in by fitting a ventilation grille. The ventilation grille can be installed inside or outside.
Examples of
installations
1
2
Vent grille
If there is only one vent duct from the room
then a vent spacer must be fitted.
3
Installation 1 or 2 is to prefer.
Condensation problems
Vent spacer
If the hose is long and the room is cold, condensation will form inside the hose. This is unavoidable.
Installation in warm climates
When installing in temperatures above 25°C
(77°F) with a high level of humidity, do not
route the air exhaust hose upwards.
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REVERSING THE DOOR
The dryer is supplied with the door hinged on
the left side. You can reverse the door so that
the hinge is on the right side
Do as follows:
3. Move the hinge pin to the other side of the
bracket. When the door is hung on the right
side the hinge bracket must be
turned upside down.
Hinge pin
1. Remove the lower front panel and unscrew
the three screws that hold the door hinge bracket.
4. Then transfer the hinge pin in the underside
of the top panel to the right side.
Door hinge
bracket
5. Now transfer the plastic plugs in the top and
bottom of the door to the right side of the door.
Use a screwdriver to
prise them out.
2. Pull the bottom edge of the door outwards
while twisting the hinge bracket in the direction shown by
the arrows.
6. Unscrew the two screws from the edges of
the door about five millimetres so that you can
remove the door magnet and plate from the
inside of the door.
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MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
7. Lift out the door magnet (1) and plate (2).
1
2
11. Unscrew the arrowed screw. If the dryer is a
condenser model you must
also open the cover over the
condenser.
12. Now fit the door to the right side of the
machine.
1
8. Refit the door magnet where the plate was.
2
9. Refit the plate where the magnet was.
10. Screw in the screws to secure the door magnet and plate.
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13. Fit the hinge bracket, tightening the screws
in the order shown.
1
3
2
14. Refit the screw you unscrewed in step 11.
15. Refit the lower front panel.
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2
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Connecting the tumble dryer and Whirlpool
The washing machine must be connected using
a permanently installed cable through an isolating switch by a qualified electrician.
washing machine together
Power supply
The machine is supplied as single-phase, 230 V,
50 Hz, heat output 2500W and has 13 A.
If an earth leakage circuit breaker is fitted it
must be of type A.
Reconfiguration
The machine can be reconfigured The machine should be reconfigured as shown in the wiring diagram underneath the top panel of the
machine.
Wiring the two machines together as described
below must be carried out by a qualified electrician.
To ensure a uniform load on the phases when
installing a 3-phase tumble dryer together with
an Whirlpool washing machine for single-phase
operation the phases should be connected as
follows:
Tumble dryer:
Terminal marked L1 to phase 1.
Terminal marked L2 to phase 2.
Terminal marked L3 to phase 2.
Washing machine:
Terminal marked L to phase 3.
NOTE!
Electrical connection /reconfiguring must be
carried out by a qualified electrician.
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CONNECTING TO A COIN MECHANISM
Connection to a coin mechanism must be carried out by a qualified electrician.
The coin mechanism must be connected between the tumble dryer’s power lead and the
wall socket.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
CHANGING SETTINGS
LANGUAGE
You can change the language of the displayed
text.
The languages you can choose from are Dansk,
Deutsch, English, Espanol, Français, Italiano,
Nederlands, Norsk, Portugués, Suomi and
Svenska.
To change language do as follows:
Switch off the power switch,
, then switch
it on again so that the machine is in start-up
mode.
Press the
P8
button five times, then press
the P1 button five times. You have to complete these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
Within three seconds of pressing the
P1
button for the fifth time you should then select
the language you want by pressing the
P7
plete these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
Within three seconds of pressing the P7 button for the fifth time you should hold in the
programme button for the programme you want
to lock for 5-10 seconds until the information
in the display starts flashing.
Then you can lock the programme by releasing the programme button and pressing the
P6
-button once.
Do the same to unlock the programme.
CHILD LOCK ON
BUTTON
To prevent accidental button pushes on the
button you can activate the child lock
function. The
button then must be held
in for three seconds to activate the machine.
or
buttons.
To switch the child lock on or off, do as follows:
Switch off the power switch,
LOCKING A PROGRAMME
If for some reason you want to limit the number
of programmes that can be used you can lock
one or more programmes.
No characters or digits are shown on the display when a locked programme is selected.
, then switch
it on again so that the machine is in start-up
mode.
Press the
P8
button five times, then press
the P3 button five times. You have to complete these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
Within three seconds of pressing the
To lock or unlock a programme, do as follows:
Switch off the power switch,
, then switch
it on again so that the machine is in start-up
mode.
Press the P8 -button five times, then press
the P7 -button five times. You have to com-
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P3
button for the last time you must then press the
P6
or
P7
button to choose whether you want
the child lock on or off.
Press P7 to activate the child lock.
Press P6 to disable the child lock.
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MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE MACHINE
4. Hold the fan and unscrew the nut.
Clean the outside and the programme panel
using mild detergent. Do not use abrasives or
solvents as they may damage the machine. Do
not spray the machine with water.
NOTE!
Do not let dust collect around the machine.
Keep the area around the dryer clean and cool.
Heat and moisture prolong the drying time.
5. Take out the fan and clean it with water and
a brush.
CLEANING THE FAN
Once a year check whether the fan needs cleaning.
1. Switch off the power switch.
2. Remove the lower front panel.
6. Refit the fan and tighten the nut.
3. Remove the safety screw (1). Prise out the
four clips in the
order shown and 3
2
remove the fan
cover.
7. Refit the fan cover, making sure the clips
hold the cover
in place. Don’t
forget to fit the
safety screw.
8. Refit the front panel.
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5
1
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MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE CONDENSER
The condenser should be cleaned at least six
times a year, or more often if the user has pets.
5. Refit the condenser. Make sure you put it in
the right way
up. The top
of the condenser is marked “upp”, “up”
and “oben”.
UPP
UP
OBEN
1. Switch off the power switch.
2. Remove the front panel.
6. Refit the front panel.
3. Open the cover over the condenser by turning the two
levers anticlockwise.
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2
1
4. Take out the condenser and wash the fins
using a hand shower. Do not poke anything
into the gaps between the fins as
this could damage the condenser. Do not use
any sharp metal
objects when cleaning.
NOTE!
Do not try to clean the condenser in a dishwasher.
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CLEANING THE LINT FILTER HOLDER
IN AREAS WITH HARD WATER
Dust and dirt can gather in the bottom of the
lint filter holder. Take out the lint filter and use
a vacuum cleaner to clean the filter holder.
If the machine is installed in an area that has
hard water this can produce a limescale deposit
on the lint filter.
When you clean the lint filter check if there
is any limescale deposit. If there is, wash out the
lint filter by hand.
1. Grasp the filter handle
and pull it towards
you.
2. Slide the filter out
of the filter holder.
3. Open the filter and
rub off any lint with
your hand. Rinse out
2
the filter to
remove
1
any limescale
deposit.
4. Fold
the filter
and put it
back in the filter holder.
MAINTENANCE
Clean the outside of the machine
Clean the fan
Clean the condenser
Clean the lint filter and lint filter holder
EMPTYING THE CONDENSATION WATER TANK
(only applies to condenser tumble dryer, when
drain hose isn’t used)
Empty the condensation water
tank after each tumble
drying.
Pull out
the condensation water
tank, empty
the water and put the tank back.
If the tank becomes too full the program will
be interrupted. Empty the tank and press the
-button and the program will continue
from where it was interrupted.
MAINTENANCE INTERVAL
As necessary or when cleaning
the laundry room.
At least once a year or each 300 cycle
Approx. 6 times a year or each 50 cycle
After each tumble drying
Maintenance chart for tumble dryer.
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MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
MACHINE WILL NOT START
NOTE:
Check
• that the door is closed properly.
• if the child lock is activated. To start the tumble dryer when the child lock is activated, hold
If your dryer overheats frequently, it may not be
vented properly or the room in which it is located may not have sufficient air circulation. Contact your installer to have these issues checked
out.
in the
-button for 3 seconds. See Changing settings.
• that the power switch is pressed in.
• that the plug (if fitted) is plugged in.
• that the fuse in the fuse box has not blown.
Try switching two fuses with the same rating.
• that the thermal cut-out has not tripped, see
below.
OVERHEATING PROTECTION
The dryer is designed with an overheat protection switch that will automatically turn the
machine off if the temperature gets too high.
The machine will not start until it has cooled
down sufficiently.
If the unit shuts down because of overheating,
check that the lint filter exhaust hose, vent duct,
and the condenser unit are free of lint. These
components need to be cleaned on a regular
basis. Additionally, the lint filter may need to
be cleaned with warm, soapy water and a soft
brush a few times a year to ensure the filter
screen is not blocked. Using dryer sheets (not
recommended) can also cause this problem.
Should the machine turn itself off because of
overheating, it will not be possible to restart
the unit until it has cooled down sufficiently.
This could possibly take up to thirty minutes.
To restart the unit once it has cooled down,
press the ”Start” button.
TROUBLESHOOTING
DRYING TAKES TOO LONG
Check that the lint filter and condenser are not
clogged, see the Maintenance chapter. The drying time may also be long if a condenser dryer is
placed in too small a room or if the air in the
room is too warm. Make sure the dryer has
access to more cool air, for example by opening
doors and/or windows.
ERROR MESSAGES
The character display shows whether a fault has
occurred during the programme. To cancel an
error message after the fault has been corrected
as described below, switch off the machine or
change the programme.
You can check and fix some faults yourself:
Over flow. Indicating that the condensation
water tank is full or that the lower water magazine is full, due to the pump or hoses being
clogged or malfunctioning. Empty the tank and
check to ensure there are no kinks or blockage
in the hose. If this does not help, phone for
service.
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Maximum programme duration. After the
machine has run for the maximum time (3
hours) it automatically stops. Check and replace any blown fuses in the fuse box. To cancel
the error message, switch off the machine or
open the door. If this does not work, call service.
Sensor fault. Faulty moisture sensor. This error
message may also appear if you run the machine
with dry clothes or no clothes at all. Open the
door and the error message should disappear. If
not, call service.
To change language do as follows:
Switch off the power switch,
, then switch
it on again so that the machine is in start-up
mode.
Press the
the
P1
P8
button five times, then press
button five times. You have to comple-
te these ten button presses within fifteen seconds.
Within three seconds of pressing the P1
button for the fifth time you should then select
the language you want by pressing the
P7
P6
or
buttons.
If there is some other fault, call service and say
which error message appears in the display.
THE DISPLAY IS LIGHTING WHEN A PROGRAMME
IS SELECTED, BUT NO CHARACTERS OR DIGITS
ARE SHOWN
No characters or digits are shown on the display when a locked programme is selected.
To unlock a programme, see Changing settings.
WRONG LANGUAGE DISPLAYED
If the display language has changed for some
reason you can go back to the original language.
The languages you can choose between are
Dansk, Deutsch, English, Espanol, Français,
Italiano, Nederlands, Norsk, Portugués, Suomi
and Svenska.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SERVICE AND GUARANTEE
GUARANTEE
SERVICE
For details contact your local dealer.
Place for stamp
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NOTES
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