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Timed programmes
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81739 München, Germany
WTW84360GB
max. 3 kg
Woollens finish
For woollen fabrics suitable for washing machines. Fabrics become fluffier but not dry.
Remove fabrics once the programme has ended and allow to dry.
For pre-dried, multi-layered fabrics or small, individual items of laundry.
Also for subsequent drying.
max. 3 kg
Mix / Cupboard dry
For mixed items of laundry made of cotton and easy-care fabrics.
max. 1.5 kg
Sportswear Z
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max. 2 kg
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Easy iron
For non-iron laundry made of synthetic fibres and mixed fabric, cotton.
max. 3.5 kg
Easy care I
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For laundry made of synthetic fibres, cotton or blended fabrics (for example) that needs to be dried quickly. The values may differ from the those specified depending on the type of fabric, composition of the laundry to be dried, residual moisture in the
fabric and size of the load.
For fabrics with a membrane coating, water-repellent fabrics, functional clothing, fleece fabrics (dry removable internal lining
from jackets/trousers separately).
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Open the door. The drying process is interrupted.
Add or remove laundry then close the door.
If required, select a new programme and additional functions.
Press the Start/Stop button. The remaining time is updated after a few minutes.
Do not pull out/empty the
condensation container when drying is in progress.
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Drying
Cupboard dry extra
Cln
End of programme after 1-24 hours (button may need to be pressed
several times) can always be set to the nearest full hour.
Automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger.
Cupboard dry
h:min The drying operation can be interrupted briefly to add or remove laundry. However, it must then be
continued until it has finished.
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End of programme as soon as the AntiCrease/End indicator lamp lights up.
Interrupt programme Adding or removing laundry.
Air inlet
max. 7 kg
Two-part
fluff filter
Empty the condensation container.
Clean the filter in the condensation container if necessary a page 9.
Rinse the fluff filters under running water a page 4.
Filter
– Before drying, spin the laundry thoroughly in the washing machine a the higher the spin
speed, the shorter the drying time will be, thus less energy is consumed. Also spin easycare laundry.
– Use the maximum recommended capacity, but do not exceed it
a Programme overview page 7.
– Make sure the room is well ventilated during drying.
– Do not cover or seal the air inlet.
Easy iron
Container
Drum
Environmental protection/energy-saving tips
M Cottons
Only use the dryer with the fluff filter
inserted.
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Do not dry any fabrics that have come into contact with solvents, oil, wax, grease or paint:
e.g. hair styling products, nail varnish remover, stain remover, cleaning solvent. etc.
Empty all pockets.
Do not dry non-breathable fabrics.
Avoid drying items that produce a lot of fluff.
Woollens should be refreshed only, using the woollens programme.
Programme overview
Press the Start/Stop button
Your dryer is equipped with an automatic reduced ironing function. The drum is moved at specific time
intervals for 60 minutes once the programme has ended. The laundry stays loose and fluffy (or
120 minutes if the additional Reduced ironing 3 function is selected).
Fabrics
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lightly ironed
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Removing the laundry
All buttons are sensitive and only
need to be touched lightly.
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After drying, laundry is to be ...
Turn the programme selector to Off.
Do not leave laundry in the dryer.
Programme selector
The filter in the condensation container cleans the condensation. This condensation is
required for the automatic cleaning process. The filter should be cleaned regularly under
running water. Empty the condensation container before cleaning the filter a page 4/9.
see also page 5 .
Switching off the dryer
Filter in the condensation container
T-shirt
Display/
Remaining
time
6. Close and re-insert the fluff filter.
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Shirts
Display
status/
service
Clean the outer fluff filter after every 5 drying cycles:
4. Remove the outer fluff filter.
5. Open it and remove any fluff.
Rinse under running water and dry thoroughly.
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During drying, fluff and hair from the laundry is trapped by the fluff filter. Blocked fluff filters
may impair the heat exchange process.
The fluff filters must therefore be cleaned after every drying cycle. Rinse regularly under
running water a page 4.
Drying tips
– To ensure an even result, sort the laundry by fabric type and drying programme.
– Always dry very small fabrics (e.g. baby socks) together with
large items of laundry (e.g. towels).
– Close zips, hooks and eyelets, and button up covers.
Tie fabric belts, apron strings, etc. together
– Do not over-dry easy-care laundry a Risk of creasing.
Allow laundry to finish drying in the air.
– Do not dry woollens in the dryer. They may, however, be refreshed a page 7
Woollens finish programme.
– Do not iron laundry immediately after drying; fold items up and leave for a while a residual
moisture will then be distributed evenly.
– Knitted fabrics (e.g. T-shirts, jerseys) often shrink slightly the first time they are tumble-dried.
aDo not use the Cupboard dry extra programme.
– The drying of starched laundry should be limited. a Starch leaves behind a coating that
impairs drying.
– When washing laundry that is to be tumble-dried afterwards, use the correct amount of
fabric softener as specified in the manufacturer's instructions.
– For pre-dried, multi-layered fabrics or small, individual items of laundry, use the Timed
programme. Also suitable for subsequent drying.
Fluff filters
Trousers
Select the drying programme ...
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Skirts/dresses
Clean the inner fluff filter after every drying cycle.
1. Open the door. Remove fluff from the door/door area.
2. Pull out the inner fluff filter and open it out.
3. Remove the fluff (by wiping the filter with your hand).
If the fluff filter is heavily soiled or blocked, rinse it under
running water and dry thoroughly.
Sportswear
Select On/Off for buzzer at the end of the programme. ˎ Buzzer 3
Reduced temperature for delicate fabrics ' that require a longer ˎ Low heat &
drying time; e.g. polyacrylics, polyamide, elastane, acetate silk.
Reduces creasing and prolongs the 'reduced ironing' phase after ˎ Reduced
the programme has finished.
ironing The fluff filter consists of two parts.
See programme overview on page 7.
Selecting and adjusting the programme
Never operate the dryer without the fluff filters and/or condensation container with filter.
Always observe the safety instructions on page 13.
Do not tumble-dry the following fabrics, for example:
– Non-breathable fabrics (e.g. rubber-coated).
– Delicate materials (silk, curtains made from synthetic material) a these may crease.
– Oil-stained laundry.
Work clothing
Additional functions
Cleaning the fluff filter
Control panel
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Drum interior
light
Remove all items from pockets.
Check for cigarette lighters.
The drum must be empty prior to loading.
... and adapt to individual requirements
Contents
Condensation container with filter
(cDry at normal temperature.
'cDry at low temperature a in addition, select Low heat &.
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Towelling
dressing gowns
Connecting the
mains plug
Sorting and loading laundry
For further information about our products, accessories, spare parts and
services, please visit: www.bosch-home.com
Advice about products and their use:
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Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the programmes . . . . . . . . .
Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notes on laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview of programmes . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Frost protection / Transport . . . . . . .
Care and cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . . .
Normal noises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What to do if ... / After-sales service
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Make sure your hands are dry.
Hold the plug only.
Follow the manufacturer's care information.
Underwear
Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer.
Keep pets away from the dryer.
Your dryer is designed to be particularly energy efficient. Its technical features include a
refrigeration circuit, which uses energy efficiently in a similar way to a refrigerator.
The dryer's heat exchanger is cleaned automatically during drying.
The fluff filters and filter in the condensation container must be cleaned regularly.
Labelling of fabrics
Socks
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Environmentally-responsible disposal
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally-responsible manner.
This appliance is designated according to European directive 2002/96/EC which governs waste electrical and electronic
equipment - WEEE).
The directive provides an EU-wide framework for the return and recycling
of used appliances.
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Important Information
Bed linen
Never start the dryer if it is damaged.
Inform your after-sales service.
Information on laundry ...
Empty the container after each drying cycle, not during drying.
1. Remove the condensation container and hold it level.
2. Pour out the condensation.
3. Always push container in fully until it clicks into place.
If the Container indicator lamp flashes despite the container having been
emptied a Filter in condensation container, page 9.
Table linen
ʋ For domestic use only.
ʋ Only to be used for drying fabrics that have been
washed with water.
Emptying condensation
Terry towels
Congratulations - you have chosen to buy a modern, high-quality Bosch
domestic appliance.
The condensation dryer with heat exchanger and automatic cleaning
function is outstanding in terms of efficient energy consumption and low
maintenance requirements a page 6.
Every dryer which leaves our factory is carefully checked to ensure that
it functions correctly and is in perfect condition.
Should you have any questions, our after-sales service will be pleased to
help.
Drying
Preparation Installation a page 8
Tea towels/
towels
Intended use
Your new dryer
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Care and cleaning
Installation
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The dryer's heat exchanger is cleaned automatically during drying. Cln appears in the display
panel. Do not pull out the condensation container during the cleaning process.
– The appliance plug must always be accessible.
– Ensure that the appliance is installed on a clean, level
and firm surface.
– Do not obstruct the air inlet on the front of the
dryer.
– Keep the area around the dryer clean.
– Make the dryer level using the threaded feet
and a spirit level.
– Do not remove the threaded feet under any
circumstances.
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Dryer housing, control panel, air intake
Remove detergent residues immediately.
Wipe with a soft, damp cloth.
Filter in the condensation container
Take all accessory parts out
of the drum.
The drum must be empty.
The filter is cleaned automatically when the condensation container is emptied.
However, the filter should still be cleaned regularly under running water a This prevents
stubborn deposits/dirt from building up.
1. Pull out the condensation container.
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2. Pull the filter out of its snap-in lock.
Do not set up the dryer behind a door or sliding
door, as this may obstruct the dryer door or prevent
it from opening. This will prevent a potentially fatal
danger to children from locking themselves in.
Clean and level
3. Clean the filter under running water or in the dishwasher.
Make sure that the air inlet
remains unobstructed
2.
Mains connection see Safety instructions a page 13.
– Connect to an AC earthed socket. If in doubt have the socket checked by a specialist.
– The mains voltage and the voltage shown on the rating plate (a page 10) must be the
same.
– The connected load and necessary fuse protection are specified on the rating plate.
Frost protection
4. Refit the filter.
Do not operate the dryer if
there is a danger of frost.
5. Insert the condensation container so that it locks into place.
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Only operate the dryer with the filter inserted.
Preparation
Empty the condensation container a page 4.
Select any programme using the programme selector.
Press the Start/Stop button a condensed water is pumped into the container
Wait 5 minutes and then empty the condensation container again.
Turn the programme selector to Off.
The dryer is equipped with stainless steel moisture sensors. Moisture sensors measure how
damp the laundry is. A thin layer of limescale may build up on the moisture sensors after
prolonged use.
1. Open the door.
2. Clean the moisture sensors using a damp sponge with a rough surface.
The dryer contains residual water;
this can flow out if the dryer is tilted.
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60 x 60 x 85 cm (height adjustable)
Weight
Max. capacity
Condensation container
Connection voltage
Connected load
Fuse protection
Ambient temperature
Product number
Production number
approximately 51 kg
7 kg
4.0 l
220-240 V
max. 1000 W
10 A
5 - 35 °C
During drying, the compressor and the pump generate some noise which is entirely normal.
The compressor in the dryer may occasionally generate a humming noise.
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under the door
The rating plate can be found on the back of the dryer.
These are guide values determined under standard
Consumption rates
conditions.
Spin speed
Drying time
Energy
in rpm
in min.**
consumption
(residual moisture)
in kWh**
Cottons 7 kg
Cupboard dry*
1400 (approx. 50 %)
128
1.62
1000 (approx. 60 %)
149
1.90
800 (approx. 70 %)
169
2.19
Easy iron*
1400 (approx. 50 %)
92
1.13
1000 (approx. 60 %)
113
1.42
800 (approx. 70 %)
133
1.70
Easy care 3.5 kg
Cupboard dry*
800 (approx. 40 %)
54
0.57
600 (approx. 50 %)
68
0.72
*Test programs according to DIN EN 61121
**The values may differ from those given, depending on overvoltage and undervoltage, the
type of fabric, composition of the laundry to be dried, the residual moisture in the fabric and
the size of the load.
The compressor in the dryer is ventilated
from time to time, which creates a whirring
sound.
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The automatic cleaning process causes a
clicking noise.
Drum interior light (bulb E14, 25 W)
The drum lights up after the door is opened or closed, and after the programme starts, and
switches off automatically. Changing the bulb a page 12.
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Platform
WMZ
20460 For easier loading and unloading. The basket contained in the drawer can be used to carry
the laundry.
WTZ
11310
Washer-dryer stack connection set
WTZ
11300
Same as WTZ 11310, but with pull-out worktop.
WTZ
10290
Installation underneath the worktop
Do not use steel wool or abrasive materials.
– Prepare the dryer a see Frost protection.
– Transport the dryer in a vertical upright position.
– Following transportation, do not use the dryer for two hours.
Dimensions (DxWxH)
What to do if...
Optional accessories (from after-sales service using order number)
Moisture sensor
Transport
Normal noises
Technical data
Heat exchanger
Scope of delivery: dryer, installation and operating instructions.
Check dryer for transport damage.
The dryer is very heavy. Do not attempt to lift it on your own.
Be careful to avoid sharp edges.
Do not set up in a room that is susceptible to frost. Freezing water may cause damage.
If in doubt, have the appliance connected by a specialist.
Do not lift the dryer by protruding parts (e.g. the door) - risk of breakage.
Setting up the dryer
Appliance must be switched off.
The dryer can be placed on top of a suitable washing machine with the same width and depth
to save space. The dryer must be fastened to the washing machine using this connection set.
The process of pumping the condensation
into the condensation container generates
pumping noises.
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Instead of the appliance covering plate, you must have a metal cover fitted by a specialist.
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Safety instructions
If you cannot rectify a fault yourself, please contact our after-sales service. We will always find
an appropriate solution and will avoid unnecessary visits by engineers. Trust the expertise of
the manufacturer and rest assured that the repair will be carried out by trained service
technicians using original spare parts. The contact details of your local after-sales service can
be found in the enclosed after-sales service directory, or by calling one of these numbers:
– GB 0844 8928979 (Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to 3 pence per minute.
A call set-up fee of up to 6 pence may apply.)
– IE 01450 2655
When contacting the after-sales service, please quote the appliance's product number (E no.)
and production number (FD) (see under the loading door).
Turn the programme selector to Off and unplug the mains plug from the socket.
The Start/Stop indicator lamp Mains plug plugged in?
does not light up.
Programme selected?
The Container indicator lamp
Empty the condensation container a page 4.
and the Start/Stop button are Clean the condensation container filter if necessary
flashing.
a page 9.
Dryer transported? a Wait 2 hours and start again.
The Filter indicator lamp and
Rinse the fluff filter under running water a page 4.
Start/Stop button are flashing.
Cln appears in the display panel. Not an error. Automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger. Do
not empty the condensation container.
Dryer does not start.
Start/Stop button selected?
Door closed?
Programme set?
Ambient temperature greater than 5 °C?
Water is leaking out.
Make sure the dryer is level.
The door opens by itself.
Emergency
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The dryer must
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Push the door closed until you hear it click into place.
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Rinse the fluff filters under running water a page 4.
Empty the condensation container.
Check the water drainage (if applicable).
Ambient temperature greater than 35 °C? a Ventilate the
room.
Air inlet may be blocked a Keep clear.
Was an unsuitable programme selected? a page 7.
Has the dryer been installed with sufficient space on all
sides? Ensure that air can circulate.
Power failure a Restart dryer.
Fine layer of limescale on the moisture sensors a Clean
the sensors a page 6.
Laundry damp.
Select the next drying programme up or use the Timed
programme as a supplement a page 7.
Warm laundry feels damper than it really is.
The humidity in the room
Make sure the room is sufficiently ventilated.
increases significantly.
Air inlet blocked? a Keep clear.
Power failure.
Remove laundry from the dryer immediately and spread out.
This allows the heat to dissipate.
Other intermittent noises and
Not an error.
vibrations.
Normal noises a page 11.
Loud humming noise for several Has the condensation container been properly inserted?
seconds.
a Push the condensation container all the way in.
Not an error. Normal noises a page 11.
The interior light is not working. Pull out the appliance plug, remove the cover cap in the
interior above the door (use Torx 20 screwdriver) and
replace the bulb apage 10. Close the cover cap. Never
operate the dryer without a cover cap.
The required degree of dryness
was not achieved or the drying
time was too long.
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Disposal
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Pull the appliance plug out of the socket immediately or disconnect the fuse.
In rooms inside the house.
To dry fabrics.
Be used for purposes other than those described above.
Be modified in terms of its technology or properties.
The dryer must not be used by children or persons who have not been
instructed in its use.
Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer.
Keep pets away from the dryer.
Remove all objects from pockets,
and lighters in particular a Risk of explosion.
Do not lean or sit on the door a Risk of tipping.
Secure loose cables a Risk of tripping.
Do not operate a dryer if there is a risk of frost.
Connect the dryer to an AC earthed socket according to specifications,
otherwise it cannot be guaranteed that the appliance is completely safe.
The cable cross-section must be sufficient.
Only use earth-leakage circuit breakers with the following symbol:
The appliance plug and socket must be compatible.
Do not use multiple plugs/connectors and/or extension cables.
Do not touch or hold the appliance plug with wet hands
a Risk of electric shock.
Never pull the appliance plug out of the socket by its cable.
Do not damage the mains lead a Risk of electric shock.
Only load the drum with laundry.
Check the contents before you switch the dryer on.
Do not use the dryer if the laundry has been in contact with solvents, oil, wax,
grease or paint (e.g. hair styling products, nail varnish remover, stain remover,
cleaning solvent, etc.) a Risk of fire/explosion.
Dust (e.g. coal dust, flour) poses a danger: Do not use the dryer
aRisk of explosion
Do not put laundry containing foamed material/rubber in the dryer a elastic
material may be destroyed and the dryer be damaged due to possible
deformation of the foamed material.
When cleaning the fluff filter, make sure that no foreign material (down or filling
material) gets into the air duct opening. If necessary, clean the drum
beforehand with a vacuum cleaner. If foreign material should still get into the
air duct a call the after-sales service a Risk of fire/explosion.
Switch off the dryer once the programme has ended.
The water from condensation is not drinking water and may be contaminated
with fluff.
Do not use the dryer if it is defective or if you suspect that it is.
Repairs must only be carried out by the after-sales service.
Do not use the dryer if the mains cable is defective. To avoid danger, only have
the defective mains cable replaced by the after-sales service.
Always pull the mains plug out of the socket before changing the bulb for the
interior light a Risk of electric shock.
Only use genuine spare parts and accessories for safety reasons.
Pull out the appliance plug, then cut off the mains cable from the appliance.
Dispose of at a municipal waste disposal facility.
Heat exchangers contain a fluorinated greenhouse gas covered by the Kyoto
protocol (R134a) a dispose of in a proper manner. Capacity: 0.22 kg.
Packaging: Keep all packaging out of reach of babies and children
a Risk of suffocation.
All materials are environmentally sound and can be reused. Dispose of in an
environmentally-responsible manner.
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Tumble dryer
Installation
and operating instructions
Observe the safety instructions on page 13.
Read these instructions before operating the dryer.
Intended use
Your new dryer
Congratulations - you have chosen to buy a modern, high-quality Bosch
domestic appliance.
The condensation dryer with heat exchanger and automatic cleaning
function is outstanding in terms of efficient energy consumption and low
maintenance requirements a page 6.
Every dryer which leaves our factory is carefully checked to ensure that
it functions correctly and is in perfect condition.
Should you have any questions, our after-sales service will be pleased to
help.
Preparation Installation a page 8
ʋ For domestic use only.
ʋ Only to be used for drying fabrics that have been
washed with water.
Never start the dryer if it is damaged.
Inform your after-sales service.
.
Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer.
Keep pets away from the dryer.
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Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Setting the programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3/4
Notes on laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Overview of programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Frost protection / Transport . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Care and cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Normal noises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
What to do if ... / After-sales service . . . 12
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
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Remove all items from pockets.
Check for cigarette lighters.
The drum must be empty prior to loading.
See programme overview on page 7.
For further information about our products, accessories, spare parts and
services, please visit: www.bosch-home.com
Advice about products and their use:
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Hold the plug only.
Sorting and lo
Environmentally-responsible disposal
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally-responsible manner.
This appliance is designated according to European directive 2002/96/EC which governs waste electrical and electronic
equipment - WEEE).
The directive provides an EU-wide framework for the return and recycling
of used appliances.
Contents
Ins
Selecting and adjusting th
Select the d
... and adapt to indivi
Additional functions
Select On/Off for buzzer at the end of the programme. ˎ Buzzer 3
Reduced temperature for delicate fabrics ' that require a longer ˎ Low heat &
drying time; e.g. polyacrylics, polyamide, elastane, acetate silk.
Reduces creasing and prolongs the 'reduced ironing' phase after ˎ Reduced
the programme has finished.
ironing Display
status/
service
Display/
Remaining
time
Programme selector
All buttons are sens
need to be touched
Press the S
Only use the dryer
inserted.
Container
Empty the condensation container.
Clean the filter in the condensation container if necessary a page 9.
Rinse the fluff filters under running water a page 4.
Filter
h:min Cln
1
End of programme after 1-24 hours (button may need to be pressed
several times) can always be set to the nearest full hour.
Automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger.
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Drying
Emptying condensation
Empty the container after each drying cycle, not during drying.
1. Remove the condensation container and hold it level.
2. Pour out the condensation.
3. Always push container in fully until it clicks into place.
If the Container indicator lamp flashes despite the container having been
emptied a Filter in condensation container, page 9.
specting the
dryer
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mains plug
Condensation container with filter
Drum interior
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he programme
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idual requirements
Cleaning the fluff filter
Control panel
The fluff filter consists of two parts.
Clean the inner fluff filter after every drying cycle.
1. Open the door. Remove fluff from the door/door area.
2. Pull out the inner fluff filter and open it out.
3. Remove the fluff (by wiping the filter with your hand).
If the fluff filter is heavily soiled or blocked, rinse it under
running water and dry thoroughly.
Clean the outer fluff filter after every 5 drying cycles:
4. Remove the outer fluff filter.
5. Open it and remove any fluff.
Rinse under running water and dry thoroughly.
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6. Close and re-insert the fluff filter.
Switching off the dryer
Turn the programme selector to Off.
Do not leave laundry in the dryer.
Removing the laundry
sitive and only
d lightly.
Start/Stop button
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Your dryer is equipped with an automatic reduced ironing function. The drum is moved at specific time
intervals for 60 minutes once the programme has ended. The laundry stays loose and fluffy (or
120 minutes if the additional Reduced ironing 3 function is selected).
Drum
Two-part
fluff filter
with the fluff filter
End of programme as soon as the AntiCrease/End indicator lamp lights up.
Interrupt programme Adding or removing laundry.
Air inlet
The drying operation can be interrupted briefly to add or remove laundry. However, it must then be
continued until it has finished.
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4.
Drying
Open the door. The drying process is interrupted.
Add or remove laundry then close the door.
If required, select a new programme and additional functions.
Press the Start/Stop button. The remaining time is updated after a few minutes.
Do not pull out/empty the
condensation container when drying is in progress.
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Information on laundry ...
Important Information
Your dryer is designed to be particularly energy efficient. Its technical features include a
refrigeration circuit, which uses energy efficiently in a similar way to a refrigerator.
The dryer's heat exchanger is cleaned automatically during drying.
The fluff filters and filter in the condensation container must be cleaned regularly.
Labelling of fabrics
Follow the manufacturer's care information.
(cDry at normal temperature.
'cDry at low temperature a in addition, select Low heat &.
)cDo not machine dry.
Never operate the dryer without the fluff filters and/or condensation container with filter.
Always observe the safety instructions on page 13.
Do not tumble-dry the following fabrics, for example:
– Non-breathable fabrics (e.g. rubber-coated).
– Delicate materials (silk, curtains made from synthetic material) a these may crease.
– Oil-stained laundry.
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During drying, fluff and hair from the laundry is trapped by the fluff filter. Blocked fluff filters
may impair the heat exchange process.
The fluff filters must therefore be cleaned after every drying cycle. Rinse regularly under
running water a page 4.
Drying tips
– To ensure an even result, sort the laundry by fabric type and drying programme.
– Always dry very small fabrics (e.g. baby socks) together with
large items of laundry (e.g. towels).
– Close zips, hooks and eyelets, and button up covers.
Tie fabric belts, apron strings, etc. together
– Do not over-dry easy-care laundry a Risk of creasing.
Allow laundry to finish drying in the air.
– Do not dry woollens in the dryer. They may, however, be refreshed a page 7
Woollens finish programme.
– Do not iron laundry immediately after drying; fold items up and leave for a while a residual
moisture will then be distributed evenly.
– Knitted fabrics (e.g. T-shirts, jerseys) often shrink slightly the first time they are tumble-dried.
aDo not use the Cupboard dry extra programme.
– The drying of starched laundry should be limited. a Starch leaves behind a coating that
impairs drying.
– When washing laundry that is to be tumble-dried afterwards, use the correct amount of
fabric softener as specified in the manufacturer's instructions.
– For pre-dried, multi-layered fabrics or small, individual items of laundry, use the Timed
programme. Also suitable for subsequent drying.
Fluff filters
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Filter in the condensation container
The filter in the condensation container cleans the condensation. This condensation is
required for the automatic cleaning process. The filter should be cleaned regularly under
running water. Empty the condensation container before cleaning the filter a page 4/9.
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Fabrics
Do not dry any fabrics that have come into contact with solvents, oil, wax, grease or paint:
e.g. hair styling products, nail varnish remover, stain remover, cleaning solvent. etc.
Empty all pockets.
Do not dry non-breathable fabrics.
Avoid drying items that produce a lot of fluff.
Woollens should be refreshed only, using the woollens programme.
Environmental protection/energy-saving tips
– Before drying, spin the laundry thoroughly in the washing machine a the higher the spin
speed, the shorter the drying time will be, thus less energy is consumed. Also spin easycare laundry.
– Use the maximum recommended capacity, but do not exceed it
a Programme overview page 7.
– Make sure the room is well ventilated during drying.
– Do not cover or seal the air inlet.
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Sportswear
Shirts
T-shirt
Work clothing
max. 2 kg
max. 1.5 kg
max. 3 kg
max. 3 kg
max. 3 kg
Sportswear Z
Mix / Cupboard dry
Woollens finish
Timed programmes
Freshen up @
Very dry
Super Quick
40 A
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Cupboard dry
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Socks
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Bed linen
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Table linen
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Terry towels
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*524974*
0210/ 9000524974
Robert Bosch Hausgeräte GmbH
Carl-Wery-Str. 34
81739 München, Germany
For woollen fabrics suitable for washing machines. Fabrics become fluffier but not dry.
Remove fabrics once the programme has ended and allow to dry.
For pre-dried, multi-layered fabrics or small, individual items of laundry.
Also for subsequent drying.
For mixed items of laundry made of cotton and easy-care fabrics.
WTW84360GB
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For laundry made of synthetic fibres, cotton or blended fabrics (for example) that needs to be dried quickly. The values may differ from the those specified depending on the type of fabric, composition of the laundry to be dried, residual moisture in the
fabric and size of the load.
For fabrics with a membrane coating, water-repellent fabrics, functional clothing, fleece fabrics (dry removable internal lining
from jackets/trousers separately).
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Easy iron
For non-iron laundry made of synthetic fibres and mixed fabric, cotton.
max. 3.5 kg
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Easy care I
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Anoraks
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Suitable for cottons, coloureds and linens.
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Towelling
dressing gowns
Cupboard dry extra
Easy iron
Underwear
Cupboard dry
max. 7 kg
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cironed
lightly ironed
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After drying, laundry is to be ...
Trousers
see also page 5 .
Skirts/dresses
Programme overview
Tea towels/
towels
Care and cleaning
Installation
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Heat exchanger
Scope of delivery: dryer, installation and operating instructions.
Check dryer for transport damage.
The dryer is very heavy. Do not attempt to lift it on your own.
Be careful to avoid sharp edges.
Do not set up in a room that is susceptible to frost. Freezing water may cause damage.
If in doubt, have the appliance connected by a specialist.
Do not lift the dryer by protruding parts (e.g. the door) - risk of breakage.
Setting up the dryer
The dryer's heat exchanger is cleaned automatically during drying. Cln appears in the display
panel. Do not pull out the condensation container during the cleaning process.
Dryer housing, control panel, air intake
Remove detergent residues immediately.
Wipe with a soft, damp cloth.
Filter in the condensation container
Take all accessory parts out
of the drum.
The drum must be empty.
– The appliance plug must always be accessible.
– Ensure that the appliance is installed on a clean, level
and firm surface.
– Do not obstruct the air inlet on the front of the
dryer.
– Keep the area around the dryer clean.
– Make the dryer level using the threaded feet
and a spirit level.
– Do not remove the threaded feet under any
circumstances.
Appliance must be switched off.
The filter is cleaned automatically when the condensation container is emptied.
However, the filter should still be cleaned regularly under running water a This prevents
stubborn deposits/dirt from building up.
1. Pull out the condensation container.
2. Pull the filter out of its snap-in lock.
Do not set up the dryer behind a door or sliding
door, as this may obstruct the dryer door or prevent
it from opening. This will prevent a potentially fatal
danger to children from locking themselves in.
Clean and level
3. Clean the filter under running water or in the dishwasher.
Make sure that the air inlet
remains unobstructed
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Mains connection see Safety instructions a page 13.
– Connect to an AC earthed socket. If in doubt have the socket checked by a specialist.
– The mains voltage and the voltage shown on the rating plate (a page 10) must be the
same.
– The connected load and necessary fuse protection are specified on the rating plate.
Frost protection
4. Refit the filter.
Do not operate the dryer if
there is a danger of frost.
5. Insert the condensation container so that it locks into place.
Only operate the dryer with the filter inserted.
Preparation
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5.
Empty the condensation container a page 4.
Select any programme using the programme selector.
Press the Start/Stop button a condensed water is pumped into the container
Wait 5 minutes and then empty the condensation container again.
Turn the programme selector to Off.
Moisture sensor
The dryer is equipped with stainless steel moisture sensors. Moisture sensors measure how
damp the laundry is. A thin layer of limescale may build up on the moisture sensors after
prolonged use.
1. Open the door.
2. Clean the moisture sensors using a damp sponge with a rough surface.
Transport
Do not use steel wool or abrasive materials.
– Prepare the dryer a see Frost protection.
– Transport the dryer in a vertical upright position.
– Following transportation, do not use the dryer for two hours.
The dryer contains residual water;
this can flow out if the dryer is tilted.
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Normal noises
Technical data
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Dimensions (DxWxH)
60 x 60 x 85 cm (height adjustable)
Weight
Max. capacity
Condensation container
Connection voltage
Connected load
Fuse protection
Ambient temperature
Product number
Production number
approximately 51 kg
7 kg
4.0 l
220-240 V
max. 1000 W
10 A
5 - 35 °C
During drying, the compressor and the pump generate some noise which is entirely normal.
The compressor in the dryer may occasionally generate a humming noise.
under the door
The rating plate can be found on the back of the dryer.
These are guide values determined under standard
Consumption rates
conditions.
Spin speed
Drying time
Energy
in rpm
in min.**
consumption
(residual moisture)
in kWh**
Cottons 7 kg
Cupboard dry*
1400 (approx. 50 %)
128
1.62
1000 (approx. 60 %)
149
1.90
800 (approx. 70 %)
169
2.19
Easy iron*
1400 (approx. 50 %)
92
1.13
1000 (approx. 60 %)
113
1.42
800 (approx. 70 %)
133
1.70
Easy care 3.5 kg
Cupboard dry*
800 (approx. 40 %)
54
0.57
600 (approx. 50 %)
68
0.72
*Test programs according to DIN EN 61121
**The values may differ from those given, depending on overvoltage and undervoltage, the
type of fabric, composition of the laundry to be dried, the residual moisture in the fabric and
the size of the load.
The compressor in the dryer is ventilated
from time to time, which creates a whirring
sound.
The automatic cleaning process causes a
clicking noise.
Drum interior light (bulb E14, 25 W)
The drum lights up after the door is opened or closed, and after the programme starts, and
switches off automatically. Changing the bulb a page 12.
Optional accessories (from after-sales service using order number)
Platform
WMZ
20460 For easier loading and unloading. The basket contained in the drawer can be used to carry
the laundry.
WTZ
11310
Washer-dryer stack connection set
WTZ
11300
Same as WTZ 11310, but with pull-out worktop.
WTZ
10290
Installation underneath the worktop
The dryer can be placed on top of a suitable washing machine with the same width and depth
to save space. The dryer must be fastened to the washing machine using this connection set.
The process of pumping the condensation
into the condensation container generates
pumping noises.
Instead of the appliance covering plate, you must have a metal cover fitted by a specialist.
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Safety instructions
If you cannot rectify a fault yourself, please contact our after-sales service. We will always find
an appropriate solution and will avoid unnecessary visits by engineers. Trust the expertise of
the manufacturer and rest assured that the repair will be carried out by trained service
technicians using original spare parts. The contact details of your local after-sales service can
be found in the enclosed after-sales service directory, or by calling one of these numbers:
– GB 0844 8928979 (Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to 3 pence per minute.
A call set-up fee of up to 6 pence may apply.)
– IE 01450 2655
When contacting the after-sales service, please quote the appliance's product number (E no.)
and production number (FD) (see under the loading door).
Turn the programme selector to Off and unplug the mains plug from the socket.
The Start/Stop indicator lamp Mains plug plugged in?
does not light up.
Programme selected?
The Container indicator lamp
Empty the condensation container a page 4.
and the Start/Stop button are Clean the condensation container filter if necessary
flashing.
a page 9.
Dryer transported? a Wait 2 hours and start again.
The Filter indicator lamp and
Rinse the fluff filter under running water a page 4.
Start/Stop button are flashing.
Cln appears in the display panel. Not an error. Automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger. Do
not empty the condensation container.
Dryer does not start.
Start/Stop button selected?
Door closed?
Programme set?
Ambient temperature greater than 5 °C?
Water is leaking out.
Make sure the dryer is level.
The door opens by itself.
Emergency
ONLY use the
dryer...
The dryer must
NEVER...
Hazards
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Push the door closed until you hear it click into place.
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Rinse the fluff filters under running water a page 4.
Empty the condensation container.
Check the water drainage (if applicable).
Ambient temperature greater than 35 °C? a Ventilate the
room.
Air inlet may be blocked a Keep clear.
Was an unsuitable programme selected? a page 7.
Has the dryer been installed with sufficient space on all
sides? Ensure that air can circulate.
Power failure a Restart dryer.
Fine layer of limescale on the moisture sensors a Clean
the sensors a page 6.
Laundry damp.
Select the next drying programme up or use the Timed
programme as a supplement a page 7.
Warm laundry feels damper than it really is.
The humidity in the room
Make sure the room is sufficiently ventilated.
increases significantly.
Air inlet blocked? a Keep clear.
Power failure.
Remove laundry from the dryer immediately and spread out.
This allows the heat to dissipate.
Other intermittent noises and
Not an error.
vibrations.
Normal noises a page 11.
Loud humming noise for several Has the condensation container been properly inserted?
seconds.
a Push the condensation container all the way in.
Not an error. Normal noises a page 11.
The interior light is not working. Pull out the appliance plug, remove the cover cap in the
interior above the door (use Torx 20 screwdriver) and
replace the bulb apage 10. Close the cover cap. Never
operate the dryer without a cover cap.
The required degree of dryness
was not achieved or the drying
time was too long.
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Disposal
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Pull the appliance plug out of the socket immediately or disconnect the fuse.
In rooms inside the house.
To dry fabrics.
Be used for purposes other than those described above.
Be modified in terms of its technology or properties.
The dryer must not be used by children or persons who have not been
instructed in its use.
Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer.
Keep pets away from the dryer.
Remove all objects from pockets,
and lighters in particular a Risk of explosion.
Do not lean or sit on the door a Risk of tipping.
Secure loose cables a Risk of tripping.
Do not operate a dryer if there is a risk of frost.
Connect the dryer to an AC earthed socket according to specifications,
otherwise it cannot be guaranteed that the appliance is completely safe.
The cable cross-section must be sufficient.
Only use earth-leakage circuit breakers with the following symbol:
The appliance plug and socket must be compatible.
Do not use multiple plugs/connectors and/or extension cables.
Do not touch or hold the appliance plug with wet hands
a Risk of electric shock.
Never pull the appliance plug out of the socket by its cable.
Do not damage the mains lead a Risk of electric shock.
Only load the drum with laundry.
Check the contents before you switch the dryer on.
Do not use the dryer if the laundry has been in contact with solvents, oil, wax,
grease or paint (e.g. hair styling products, nail varnish remover, stain remover,
cleaning solvent, etc.) a Risk of fire/explosion.
Dust (e.g. coal dust, flour) poses a danger: Do not use the dryer
aRisk of explosion
Do not put laundry containing foamed material/rubber in the dryer a elastic
material may be destroyed and the dryer be damaged due to possible
deformation of the foamed material.
When cleaning the fluff filter, make sure that no foreign material (down or filling
material) gets into the air duct opening. If necessary, clean the drum
beforehand with a vacuum cleaner. If foreign material should still get into the
air duct a call the after-sales service a Risk of fire/explosion.
Switch off the dryer once the programme has ended.
The water from condensation is not drinking water and may be contaminated
with fluff.
Do not use the dryer if it is defective or if you suspect that it is.
Repairs must only be carried out by the after-sales service.
Do not use the dryer if the mains cable is defective. To avoid danger, only have
the defective mains cable replaced by the after-sales service.
Always pull the mains plug out of the socket before changing the bulb for the
interior light a Risk of electric shock.
Only use genuine spare parts and accessories for safety reasons.
Pull out the appliance plug, then cut off the mains cable from the appliance.
Dispose of at a municipal waste disposal facility.
Heat exchangers contain a fluorinated greenhouse gas covered by the Kyoto
protocol (R134a) a dispose of in a proper manner. Capacity: 0.22 kg.
Packaging: Keep all packaging out of reach of babies and children
a Risk of suffocation.
All materials are environmentally sound and can be reused. Dispose of in an
environmentally-responsible manner.
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Tumble dryer
Installation
and operating instructions
Observe the safety instructions on page 13.
Read these instructions before operating the dryer.