Use & Care Guide
Tumble Dryer
MAYTAG
MDE 9701
MDE 9801
CONTENTS
Page
READ FIRST
1 Before tumble drying for the first time 3
2 Safety instructions
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General, Installation, Safety, Interrupting a
programme, Transport/Winter storage,
Packing materials, Disposal
3 Child safety
CARE
Page
10 Care and cleaning
16-18
Cleaning the lint filter, Draining the condensation water container, Cleaning the
outside of the machine, Cleaning the fan,
Cleaning the condenser
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General, Child lock on Start button
4 Parts of the tumble dryer
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5 Panel
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6 Option buttons
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INSTALLATION
PROBLEMS?
11 Trouble shooting
20-21
Machine will not start, Overheating protection, Drying takes too long, Fault indication on the display, Normal indications
on the display
See Installation Instructions
MISCELLANEOUS
TUMBLE DRYING
7 Before tumble drying
12 Technical information
8-10
Spin-dried? Recommended washing marking, Sorting fabrics, programmes, Options,
Temperature, Drying time
8 Tumble dry
11-14
Tumble dry – step-by-step
9 Consumption values
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15
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Technical data, Standard tests
13 Service and guarantee
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14 Quick guide
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15 Index
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1 BEFORE TUMBLE DRYING THE FIRST TIME
READ THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE.
Please read through this Use and Care Guide
before attempting to use the machine, particularly Chapter 2, Safety instructions, and 3,
Children’s safety.
When you start the tumble dryer the first time,
or after a long period when it has not been in
use, you may hear a light rumbling noise. This is
quite normal and the sound will disappear after
a few drying operations.
DO NOT TUMBLE-DRY
Some fabrics are sensitive to tumble drying.
Check the Recommended washing marking on
the items concerned, and study Chapter 7, Before tumble drying.
For brief operating instructions; see Chapter 14, Quick guide.
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2 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL
• Study and save this Use and Care Guide for
future reference.
• Electrical installation, if required, must be
carried out by an authorized electrician.
• The machine may only be used for tumble
drying in accordance with this Use and Care
Guide.
• Repairs and maintenance which affect safety
or performance must be carried out by an authorized specialist.
• Damaged mains cables must only be replaced by an authorised professional.
• Sufficient ventilation is required to prevent
smoke from open fires or fumes from equipment burning other fuels being sucked into the
room.
matically. The machine will then “remember”
the point in the drying programme at which it
was interrupted. Restarting: close the door and
press the
button. The machine will restart automatically from the point at which the
programme was interrupted.
You can also interrupt a programme by pressing the
button for three seconds. If you
interrupt a programme with this button, the
machine will forget where it was in the programme, and you will have to select a new programme to restart.
TRANSPORT/WINTER STORAGE
If the machine is to be transported or stored
during the winter, on unheated premises, ensure that the water container is drained.
INSTALLATION
PACKING MATERIAL
See the accompanying installation instructions.
Sort the packing material for recycling according
to recommendations by the local authorities.
SAFETY
This machine may not be used for drying fabrics
that have been dry-cleaned at home, or which
can be suspected of containing residues of flammable fluids.
The tumble dryer is fitted with an overheating protection device, which switches the machine off in the event of excessive temperature.
A float valve switches the machine off if the
condensation water hose becomes clogged, or if
there is danger of water flowing over from the
container.
INTERRUPTING THE PROGRAMME
You can interrupt a drying programme by opening the door, causing the drum to stop auto-
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DISPOSAL
When the machine is no longer useful and is to
be scrapped it should be made unusable.
Get in touch with the refuse collection service or your local authorities for advice on how to
scrap the machine in a proper manner.
The machine is made and marked to facilitate
recycling.
CAUTION!
During the programme, the back of the tumble
dryer will get very hot. Leave the machine to
cool completely before touching the back.
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GENERAL
Do not allow children to play with the tumble
dryer.
The tumble dryer is fitted with a magnetic
catch, which allows the door to be opened from
the inside. The door is equipped with a switch,
which automatically stops the tumble dryer when
the door is opened. The machine will not start
automatically on closing the door (eg, if a child
should close the door from the inside).
CHILD LOCK ON
BUTTON
You can prevent a child from starting the tumble dryer by mistake. You can do this by locking
the
button, as follows.
Child lock On/Off:
Set the programme selector knob to the position in which it points directly upwards.
Turn off the main power switch
and
then turn it on again so that the machine is in
stand-by mode.
Press the
button five times, and then
press the
button five times. These ten presses must be completed within 15 seconds.
Within three seconds after pressing the
button for the last time, you must then use the
button to select Child lock On (the figure
3 appears in the display) or Off (the figure 0
appears in the display).
Start a programme with the
button
locked:
To start the machine, you must hold the
button down for three seconds.
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4 PARTS OF THE TUMBLE DRYER
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4
2
1
Start/Stop
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5
6
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1. FLUFF-FILTER HOLDER
6. FAN (BEHIND THE LOWER COVER)
2. DATA PLATE
7. CONDENSER (BEHIND THE LOWER
3. CONDENSATION WATER CONTAINER
4. PANEL
5. OUTER DOOR
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COVER)
8. LINT FILTER
5 PANEL
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1
4
3
Iron dry
Extra dry
Timed dry
Air fluff
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Start
Dry
Normal dry
Stop
MDE 9701. CONDENSER SENSOR DRY
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1. INDICATOR LAMP ON/OFF
2. MAIN POWER SWITCH
3. PROGRAMME SELECTOR KNOB
THE PROGRAMMES ARE DESCRIBED IN
CHAPTER 7, BEFORE TUMBLE DRYING.
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5. START BUTTON WITH LED TO INDICATE
STARTED PROGRAMME
6. SETTING AND OPTION BUTTONS
7. STOP BUTTON WITH LED TO INDICATE
THAT THE PROGRAM IS COMPLETED
4. DISPLAY
6 OPTION BUTTONS
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2
3
1. TIME ADJUSTMENT BUTTON FOR TIMED
DRY AND AIR FLUFF PROGRAMME
2. ANTI-CREASE PROGRAMME BUTTON
3. DELAYED START BUTTON
4. LOW TEMPERATURE BUTTON
5. BUZZER BUTTON
6. QUICK COOLING BUTTON
The LEDs indicate that the associated choice
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5
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has been activated.
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7 BEFORE TUMBLE DRYING
Before you start tumble drying, here is some
advice that can be useful.
SPIN-DRIED?
Items that are to be tumble dried should first
be spin-dried, preferably at 800 revs per minute
or more. Better spin drying saves both energy
and drying time.
RECOMMENDED WASHING MARKING
Material suitable for tumble drying
The symbol above indicates that the material
can be tumble-dried. Cotton fabrics, towelling
and synthetic fibres are best suited to tumble
drying. Clothes and fabrics become softer and
fluffier when tumble-dried than when dried on
a line.
NOTE
Wear and tear of fabrics in a tumble dryer is
minimal. The lint caught in the lint filter consists of dust and fibre residue that has been formed when wearing the garments.
This symbol indicates that the material will not
withstand tumble-drying.
Certain materials will melt or become dangerously flammable if heated, while others will
loose their shape or shrink.
Do not tumble-dry...
• Materials that are marked “Do not dry close
to heat”.
• Items that have been dry-cleaned at home.
• Foam plastic.
• Glass-fibre materials
• Woollen items, because of the risk of felting.
SORTING FABRICS
Best results are obtained if all articles are of the
same material.
Close zip-fasteners, button up garments, tie
belts, and sort the fabrics and adapt the load
and the temperature as shown in the table below.
TYPE OF FABFIC
LOAD
White, coloured Cotton and
and synthetic
linen
1/1 (6.0 kg)
Normal
1/2 (3.0 kg)
Normal
Polyester/
cotton
Delicate and
mild
Acrylic, rayon, 1/2 (3.0 kg)
acetate etc.
Sort a suitable amount and type of fabric.
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Material which should not be tumbledried
TEMPERATURE
Low
PROGRAMMES
Your choice of programme will depend on what
you wish to do with the fabrics after tumble
drying. The available programmes are Extra dry,
Dry, Normal dry, Iron dry, Timed dry programme and Air fluff.
Extra dry
This programme is designed for washing that is
extremely difficult to dry, eg, jeans with very
thick seams.
NOTE
Knitted fabrics in particular are liable to shrink.
Use the Dry, Normal dry or Iron dry programme for these materials. Always stretch garments
out directly after drying.
When using a timed dry programme with
mixed washing it may happen that some of the
items will not be sufficiently dried. Such items
can suitably by dried by running the timed programme for a further 10 minutes or so.
Timed dry programmes automatically operates at temperature Low, but you can change it
yourself to Normal.
NOTE
When using a timed programme it is possible to
over-dry fabrics if you set too long a time. This
can cause fabrics to shrink or crease and feel
rough. Synthetic materials can also become charged with static electricity. Set a shorter time if
you tumble dry at temperature Normal.
Air fluff
Dry, Normal dry
These programmes turn off the heat when the
washing is dry, but not bone-dry.
The Dry programme turns off the heat a little later than Normal dry. Choose what you prefer by trial and error. Use these programmes
when you want dry fabrics.
Use the air fluff programme just to shake dust
out of garments, air them or soften them up.
To select Timed dry programme or Air fluff programme, see Chapter 10, Making own drying
programmes.
OPTIONS
Iron dry
This programme turns off the heat when the
washing is just damp enough for ironing or mangling.
Timed dry
The programme length that you should choose
depends on what you wish to do with the fabrics after tumble drying. Dry different times
for different materials to find the right combination.
To choose these options, see Chapter 10, Making own drying programmes.
Cooling
You can choose between Normal cooling and
Quick cooling
. Normal cooling lasts 20
minutes and Quick cooling lasts 5 minutes.
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Buzzer
The machine offers you the possibility of hearing when the cooling period ends. Set the option Buzzer on
and it will sound for three
seconds when the programme is completed.
Anti-crease
You can select the anti-crease option
to
prevent the fabrics from lying still and becoming creased at the end of tumble drying. This
is a helpful option if you are unable to take out
the fabrics promptly at the end of the tumbling
phase.
You can choose a programme duration of 1, 2
or 3 hours. The drum will then continue to
rotate intermittently, i.e., three seconds every
minute for the number of hours chosen.
If you choose Buzzer ON, a signal will sound
each time the drum rotates.
TEMPERATURE
You can select Low temperature
for the
Extra dry, Dry, Normal dry and Iron dry programmes.
DRYING TIME
The drying time may be influenced by a number
of factors, such as the size of the load, the program selected, the moisture content of the load,
the materials being washed, connection capacity and the ambient temperature and humidity.
Drying time remaining is calculated within four
minutes of the start of the drying program. The
estimated time is shown in the bottom righthand corner of the display, together with the –
symbol.
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If the actual drying time is less than that calculated, the time display may jump ahead, e.g.
from 50 to 20 minutes, at the end of the program.
If the actual drying time is longer than that
calculated, the countdown will stop at the end
of the progam until the load is dry.
Please note that times include a cooling period.
The remaining drying time is estimated approximately (within four minutes of the start of
the drying programme) and is shown on the
display in intervals of five minutes.
8 TUMBLE DRY
The following step-by-step instructions are provided to help you to achieve the best possible
drying result.
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SORT FABRICS
For tips and advice, see Chapter 7 – Before
tumble drying.
NOTE
Empty the pockets. Coins, nails and similar
items can cause damage to the machine and
textiles.
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DRY PROGRAMMES
For the Air fluff programme and the Timed dry programme, you can set the duration
by indexing forwards with the
button. The
selected time is shown in the display.
You can select times between 5 and 90 minutes.
Try different drying times for yourself. Then
note the times that you find best for different
fabrics.
TURN ON THE MAIN POWER
NOTE
SWITCH
When using the Timed dry programme, the garments may become “over-dry” if the set drying
time is too long. This can cause the fabrics to
shrink or crease and take on a rough feel. Synthetic materials can also become charged with
static electricity. Try to find the suitable drying
time by selecting a shorter time on the first few
occasions.
OPEN THE DOOR, PUT IN THE WASHING
AND CLOSE THE DOOR
Close the door carefully, and do not slam
it. See Chapter 7 for the recommended quantity of washing – Before tumble drying.
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SET THE TIME FOR AIR FLUFF AND TIMED
SELECT A PROGRAMME
Select the programme that you wish to
use with the programme selector knob.
Your choice of programme will depend
on what you wish to do with the fabrics after
tumble drying. See also Chapter 7 – Before tumble drying.
The choice of programmes is:
Extra dry, Dry, Normal dry, Iron dry, Timed
dry and Air fluff.
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SELECT AN OPTION
By selecting an option, you can obtain a
drying programme that is ideal for your
garments,
The machine will remember the settings and
options that you make for each programme and
will start with these (with one exception – Delayed start) the next time you select the programme concerned. Of course, you can then
make a further change if you wish.
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Anti-crease
Select anti-crease by indexing forwards with the
button. You can select an active period of
between 1 and 3 hours for this option.
indicates that the option is disconnected.
You can select a duration of 1-3 hours for the
active option.
This option means that the drum will rotate
for three seconds per minute after the drying
programme is complete. The programme prevents the fabrics from lying in the same position
and becoming creased.
This is helpful if you are unable to take out
the fabrics promptly at the end of the tumbling
phase.
If you have selected the Buzzer option, a buzzer will be heard every time the drum rotates
during this programme. This is to remind you
that the drying programme has ended.
Delayed start
Set the number of hours by which the start will
be delayed by indexing forwards with the
button. The selected time is shown in the display as you index forwards. A delay of 5 hours
thus means that the machine will start the programme 5 hours after pressing the start button.
You can select a delay of between 1 and 24
hours.
indicates that the option is disconnected and the programme will start directly as
usual.
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The LED next to the button will light when
Low temperature is switched on.
Low temperature is not available with the
Air fluff programme.
Buzzer
You can switch the Buzzer option on or off by
button.
pressing the
The LED next to the button will light when
the Buzzer option is switched on.
This option means that the buzzer will sound
for three seconds when the drying programme
has ended.
Quick cooling
You can switch the Quick cooling option on or
off by pressing the
button.
The LED next to the button will light when
Quick cooling is switched on.
Cooling normally continues for 20 minutes.
Quick cooling reduces the cooling period to 5
minutes.
Quick cooling is not available with the Air
fluff programme.
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START THE DRYING PROGRAMME WITH
THE
BUTTON
The LED next to the button will light
to indicate that the programme has started.
NOTE
If the child lock is on, the button must be held
down for 3 seconds.
Low temperature
Remaining drying time
You can switch the Low temperature option on
or off by pressing the
button.
The remaining drying time is shown in the display while the programme is operating. (indica-
ted in steps of 5 minutes, within four minutes
after the start of the start of the drying programme).
indicates 2 hours and 35
minutes, for example. Only the time for the
Time programme and Air fluff drying is indicated for venting dryers.
During cooling, is indicated in the display
together with the number of minutes remaining.
If the Anti-crease option is selected, the drum
will rotate every minute for a certain period
after cooling. The text
is indicated in the
display during this period. The programme will
stop as soon as the door is opened.
DURING THE DRYING PROGRAMME
If you wish to interrupt or change the
programme
Hold down the
button for three seconds. An extinguished LED next to the button
indicates that the programme has been interrupted.
Changing the programme selector knob after
starting will not affect the programme.
Putting in or taking out washing
If you wish to put in or take out washing after
you have started the machine, opening the door
will cause the machine to stop automatically.
Put in more washing, close the door and press
the
button. The programme will restart
automatically from the point at which it was
interrupted.
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DRYING PROGRAMME ENDED
The text
in the display indicates
that the programme has ended.
If the Anti-crease option is selected, the drum
will rotate every minute for a certain period
after cooling. The text
is indicated in the
display during this period. The programme will
stop as soon as the door is opened.
- Clean the lint filter after each tumble drying
operation.
- Drain the condensation water container.
WARNING
If the lint filter becomes completely clogged,
this may cause the overheating protection to
trip. The filter must then be cleaned and the
overheating protection must be reset before restarting the machine; see Chapter 11, Trouble
shooting.
Cleaning the lint filter
1. Grasp the filter handle and pull
it towards you.
2. Pull the filter up out of the
holder.
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3. Open the filter and
brush away any lint
with your hand.
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4. Fold the filter together and replace it in
the filter holder.
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The filter may require cleaning if lime scale
deposits are present; see Chapter 10, Care and
Cleaning.
Draining the condensation water container
The condensation water container must be
emptied after each tumble drying.
Pull out the condensation water
container, drain any water
and replace the
container.
If the condensation water container becomes too full, the programme will be
interrupted and
will appear in the display.
Drain the container and press the
button, and the programme will now continue from
where it was interrupted; see also Chapter 11,
Trouble shooting, heading Fault indications.
NOTE
Do not pull out the condensation water container while the tumble dryer is running.
TIP
The condensation water is soft, which makes it
suitable for use in a steam iron. Strain the water
through a coffee filter before use.
Automatic emptying
See the Installation instructions if you prefer
the water to be emptied automatically.
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AFTER TUMBLE DRYING
Turn off the main switch
.
Take out the clothes, and close the door
to prevent small children from crawling into
the machine.
9 CONSUMPTION VALUES
The following conditions apply for the consumption values indicated below:
Temperature of intake air:20 ºC.
Humidity of intake air: 65 %.
Drying temperature:
Normal ( ), Low ( ).
Element power:
2500 W.
The cotton fabrics are, before tumble drying, spin-dried at 800 and 1600 rpm (long spin) with
MAYTAG washing machine.
Other fabrics (creasfree and acrylics) are, before tumble drying, spin-dried at 800 rpm (short spin)
with MAYTAG washing machine.
PROGRAMME
WASHING
AMOUNT OF
ENERGY CONSUMPTION
WASHING
( ca kWh)
800 rpm -
P1
PROGRAMME TIME
(ca minutes)
1600 rpm
800 rpm -
1600 rpm
Cotton, linen,
1/1 (6.0 kg)
4.5
-
3.7
115
-
95
P2
Cotton, linen,
1/1 (6.0 kg)
4.0
-
3.2
100
-
80
Dry
Crease free, poly-
1/2 (3.0kg)
1.8
---
45
Cotton, linen,
1/1 (6.0 kg)
3.8
2.9
90
Crease free, poly-
1/2 (3.0kg)
1.6
---
45
--
1/2 (3.0 kg)
2.1
---
75
---
1/1 (6.0 kg)
3.0
2.0
80
Extra dry
---
ester/cotton,
P3
Normal dry
-
-
70
ester/cotton,
Acrylics, rayon,
acetate,
P4
Cotton, linen,
-
-
50
Iron dry
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10 CARE AND CLEANING
CLEANING THE LINT FILTER
EMPTYING THE CONDENSATION WATER CONTAI-
Clean the lint filter after each tumble drying
operation.
If your water is very hard a deposit of lime
may be formed on the filter. Check when cleaning lint from the filter if there is any sign of
lime, if so wash the lint filter by hand to remove
any deposits.
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Empty the condensation water container after
each tumble drying.
Pull out the condensation water container,
empty the water and put
the container
back.
1. Grasp the filter handle
and pull towards you.
2. Pull the filter
up out of the holder.
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If the condensation water container becomes too full, the programme will be interrupted
and
will appear in the display. Empty the
container and press the
button and the
programme will continue from where it was interrupted, see also Chapter 11, Trouble shooting.
NOTE
Do not pull out the condensation water container while the machine is running.
CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE MACHINE
3. Open the filter and remove fluff from all
sides of the filter by hand. Use a soft dry cloth
to remove any remaining fluff.
4. Replace the filter in the filter holder.
If limescale develops on the filter, rinse it in
water to remove the limescale.
Dry the filter thoroughly with a hand towel.
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Use a mild detergent to clean the outside of the
machine. Do not use any solvents, they can damage the machine. Do not spray the machine
with water.
NOTE
Do not allow dust to accumulate round the
machine. Keep clean and cool around the tumble dryer. Dust, heat and moisture prolong the
drying time.
CLEANING THE FAN
The fan should be cleaned at least once a year.
If you have any household pets the fan must be
cleaned more often.
1. Turn off the main power switch.
6. Put the fan back into place and screw on the
nut.
7. Refit the fan cover, making sure the clips
hold the cover in place. Don’t forget to fit the
safety screw.
2. Remove the lower cover.
3. Remove the safety screw (1). Prise out the
four clips in the
order shown 3
2
and remove the
fan cover.
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5
8. Fit the lower cover back in place.
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4. Unscrew the nut while holding the fan.
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5. Take out the fan
and clean it with a
brush and water.
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CLEANING THE CONDENSER
The condenser should be cleaned at least three
times a year. . If you have any household pets
the condenser must be cleaned more often.
1. Turn off the main power switch.
5. Refit the condenser, taking care to fit it the
right way up.
The top of
the condenser is marked
“upp”, “up” and
“oben”.
UPP
UP
OBEN
2. Remove the lower cover.
6. Fit the lower cover back in place.
3. Turn the two levers anticlockwise to open
the condenser cover.
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4. Take the condenser out and rinse the condenser fins clean, eg, using a hand-held shower.
Do not poke
anything between the fins,
you might damage the condenser. Do not
use any sharp object when cleaning the fins.
NOTE
Do not attempt to clean the condenser in a
dishwasher.
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11 TROUBLE SHOOTING
THE MACHINE WILL NOT START
Check that:
• The door is properly closed.
• The main switch is pressed in.
• You have correctly set the required programme or the required time in the timed dry programme.
• the Delayed start option is not switched on.
In this case, the time remaining to start in whole hours will be indicated in the display (e.g.
). To interrupt the programme, see Chapter 8 – Tumble dry.
• The electric plug, if any, is firmly inserted in
its socket.
• All fuses are intact. Switch two fuses over. It is
not always possible to see directly if a fuse has
blown.
• The overheating device has not triggered, 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.
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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.
NOTE:
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.
EXCESSIVE DRYING TIME
Empty the water container and check that the
lint filter and the condenser are not clogged,
see Chapter 10, Care and Cleaning. Excessive
drying times can also be caused by the machine
being installed in a very confined space and by
the air in the room (which cools the machine)
becoming too warm. In this situation make sure
that ventilation is improved, eg, by opening
doors and/or windows.
If this does not help, check the fuses.
FAULT INDICATIONS ON THE DISPLAY
NOTE
If a fault or a failure occurs during the programme, an indication will be given on the display.
The table below shows the various fault codes.
The main power switch
must be turned off
in order to reset the fault message.
Display shows
Explanation
Proposed measure
Overflow
This means that the condensation water container is
full. If the condensation water is pumped out directly
via the drain hose, check that the hose is free from
kinks or blockages. If this does not help, call service.
Empty the condensation water container and restart.
If the fault message appears again, this may mean
that the lower water reservoir is full because the pump
or the hoses are blocked or worn.
Maximum programme time
The machine stops after it has operated for the maximum period (3 hours). Check and replace any blown
fuses in the electrical distribution box for the building.
To exit from the fault message, switch off the machine
or open the door. If this does not help, call service.
Thermistor fault
Call service.
Thermal protection (Not fitted to all machines.)
Clean the filter and the condenser.
Sensor fault
Fault in the moisture sensor. This fault message can
also be displayed if you are already operating with
dry clothes or an empty machine. The message should
disappear if you open the door. If not, call service.
NORMAL INDICATIONS ON THE DISPLAY
Display shows
Explanation
No programme selected.
One or two digits, followed by an h.
Delayed start is selected, and the programme has started. The display shows the number of hours remaining until the programme starts.
One digit and one H followed by two digits, or 1-2 digits on their
own, indicate that a programme is running.
The display indicates in steps of 5 minutes the length of the programme time remaining in hours and minutes.
Programme complete. Take out the washing.
Programme in the cooling sequence. Wait until the
programme ends.
When the Anti-crease option is activated, the drum
will rotate every minute. This text appears in the display during this period. You can interrupt the
at any time by opening the door.
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12 TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL DATA
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
Drum volume:
Max. drying capacity:
Speed:
Rated power:
Material: Cylinder and water container
Material: Outer cover
Positioning:
Drain
850 mm
595 mm
585 mm
47 kg
111 litre
6.0 kg
52 r/min
See data plate
Stainless steel
Hot-galvanized, powder-lacquered steel or
stainless steel
Washing tower or free-standing
2.0 polypropylene hose
STANDARD TESTS
Europe:
Drying performance:
Energy declaration:
Procedure for acoustic measurement:
EN 61 121 (95/ 13/ EEC).
Programme 3, (Normal dry), 6.0 kg, cotton,
temperature Normal.
EN 61 121 (95/ 13/ EEC).
Programme 3, (Normal dry), 6.0 kg, cotton,
temperature Normal.
IEC 704-2-6.
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13 SERVICE AND GUARANTEE
SERVICE
GUARANTEE
Before calling for service, check to see whether
the faults is due to something that you can put
right yourself. See chapter 11, Trouble shooting.
If you do require service, telephone your local MAYTAG retailer or the MAYTAG representative for your country. See guarantee card
for address and telephone number.
For guarantee details, see the guarantee card.
BEFORE CONTACTING THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Before contacting the Service Department, make
a note of the model designation, type designation and serial number.
The model designation is on the panel. The
type designation and the serial number are on
the type plate located inside the door.
Model designation
Type plate
Type number TDxx
TYPE:
xxx x xxxxxxx M xxxxxxxW
Serial number (12 digits)
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14 QUICK GUIDE
1. Sort the fabrics.
6. Start the programme by pressing the
button.
2. Turn on the main switch
You can interrupt the programme by opening
the door.
.
3. Open the door, load the fabrics and close the
door again.
7. Drying programme completed.
Close the door carefully; it must not be slammed.
The text
in the display indicates that the
programme has ended.
Clean the lint filter and drain the condensation water container after each tumble drying
operation.
4. Select a programme with the knob.
The available programmes are:
1. Extra dry, 2. Dry, 3. Normal dry, 4. Iron dry,
5. Timed dry and 6. Air fluff.
8. When tumble drying is completed.
Turn off the main power switch
the door.
If you select a Timed dry programme or an Air
fluff programme, you can adjust the time with
.
5. Select any options.
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Temperature
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1 to 4
2 or 3
Extra dry, Dry
Normal dry, Iron dry
Dry or Normal
dry
Normal
Normal
2 or 3
Dry or Normal
dry
Low (
)
and close
15 INDEX
Chapter
Chapter
A
Acetate
Acrylate
After tumble drying
Air fluff programme
7,
7, 8,
8,
7, 8,
14
14
14
14
F
Fabric marking
Fabric wear
Fault indications
Felting
Flammable materials
Foamed plastic
B
Before tumble drying for the first
time
1 G
Before tumble drying
7 Glass-fibre materials
Buzzer
7, 8 Guarantee
C
Care
10
Change programme after starting
8
Child safety start
3
Child safety
3
Cleaning
10
Coloured wash
7
Condensation water container
8, 10, 11
Condenser
10, 11
Cooling
7, 8
Cotton
7, 14
Crease-free
7,8
D
Delayed start
8
Delicate washing
7
Display indications
11
Display; see LC display
Disposal
2
Do not tumble dry
7
Dry cleaning
2, 7
Dry
7, 8, 14
Drying time
7
7
7
11
7
2, 7
7
Chapter
P
Packing materials
2
Panel
5
Parts of the tumble dryer
4
Polyester
7, 14
Pre-set drying programmes
8
Programmes
7, 8, 14
Quick guide
14
7 R
7, 14
1 3 Rayon
Remaining drying time
7
Restarting
8
I
7
Installation; see Installation instruc- Rough feel
tions
Interrupting the programme 2 S
2
Iron dry
7, 8, 14 Safety
13
Ironing
7 Service
Sort fabrics
7
Spin-dried
7
J
8, 14
Jeans
7 Start
Synthetic materials
7
K
Knitted fabrics
7 T
Technical data
12
Temperature
7,8
L
Language
1 1 Timed dry programme 7, 8, 14
8, 14
LC display
8 Tumble dry
7
Linen
7, 14 Wool
Lint filter
8, 10
Low temperature
7, 8 Z
Zip fasteners
7
M
Mangling
7
N
Normal dry
7, 8, 14
Option buttons
6
Options
7, 8
E
2, 11
Emergency stop; see Interrupting Overheating protection
the programme
Energy consumption
9
Extra dry
7, 8, 14
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