Blomberg DV 17542 Clothes Dryer User Manual

To prevent accidents and/or machine damage, read these
instructions before installation or use. Use the dryer only as
instructed in this owner’s guide and installation instructions
manual included with your dryer. Keep this guide for future
reference
Front-Loading Dryer
DV 17540 NBL00
DV 17542
Owner’s Guide & Installation Instructions
Please read this manual first!
Dear Customer,
We hope that your product, which has been manufactured in modern facilities and
passed through strict quality control procedures, will give you the best results.
Therefore, we advise you to read this manual thoroughly before using your product and
keep it for future reference.
This operation manual will …
…help you use your machine in a fast and safe way.
• Please read the operating manual before installing and starting your machine.
• Particularly follow the instructions related to safety.
• Keep this operating manual handy. You may need it in the future.
• Please read all additional documentation supplied with this machine.
• Please note that this operation manual may be applicable for several models.
Differences between models will be identified in the manual.
Explanation of symbols
Throughout this Operation Manual the following symbols are used:
A
Important safety information
This is the general warning sign. It is used to alert the user to potential hazards. All
safety messages that follow this sign shall be obeyed to avoid possible harm to the
user.
B
Caution, risk of electric shock
Caution, risk of fire
Caution, hot surface
Read the instructions
C
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Useful information
Important information or useful hints for use.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Your Dryer
5
7 Troubleshooting
Overview..............................................5
2 Important Safety Instructions6
3 Installation Instructions
8
Electrical connection.............................8
Grounding Instructions.........................9
Appropriate installation location............9
Minimum Installation Clearances.........10
Use on top of a washing machine.......10
Adjusting the feet................................11
Ventilation duct and connection .........11
4 Operating Instructions
13
First Use.............................................13
Garments suitable for drying in the
machine.............................................13
Garments unsuitable for drying in the
machine.............................................13
Preparing clothes to be dried..............13
Correct load capacity.........................13
Control panel......................................15
Turning on the dryer ..........................16
Starting the Program..........................18
Progress of program...........................18
Changing the program after the program
has started.........................................18
Technical Specifications.....................20
5 Quick Start-up Instructions 21
6 User maintenance and cleaning
instructions 22
Lint filter .............................................22
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1 Your Dryer
Overview
Figure 1
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3
2
4
5
1 Control Panel
4 Type label
2 Loading Door
5 Adjustable Feet
3 Lint Filter
Specifications of this appliance may change without notice to improve the quality of the product.
Drawings in this manual are schematic and may not match your product exactly.
Values stated on the machine labels or in the documentation accompanying it are obtained in the
laboratory in accordance with relevant standards. Depending on operational and environmental
conditions of the appliance, values may vary.
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2 Important Safety Instructions
A WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire,
the risk of electric shock by providing
a path of least resistance for electric
current. This appliance is equipped
with a cord having an equipmentgrounding conductor and a grounded
plug. The plug must be plugged into
an appropriate outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances.
electric shock, or personal injury when
using this appliance, follow the basic
precautions including the following:
• Read all instructions before using the
appliance. Otherwise, there may be the
risk of personal injury or material damage.
Additionally, any warranty and reliability
commitment will become void.
B WARNING: Improper connection of
A This product has been designed for
home use only.
• The appliance must be operated at
temperatures between +5°C and
+35°C.
• The appliance must not be installed
behind a lockable door, a sliding
door or a door with the hinges on the
opposite side to that of the tumble
dryer.
• Do not install or store this appliance
where it will be exposed to weather.
• Do not tamper with the controls.
• Do not repair or replace any part of the
appliance or attempt any servicing
unless specifically recommended in
the user-maintenance instructions or
in published user-repair instructions
that you understand and have the
skills to carry out.
• Unplug the machine when it is not in
use.
• Never wash the appliance with water!
There is the risk of electric shock!
• Never touch the plug with wet hands.
• Never pull from the cable to unplug the
machine.
• Do not operate the appliance if the
power cord or plug is damaged.
• Never attempt to repair the machine
yourself.
• For malfunctions that cannot be solved
by information in the operating
manual: Turn off and unplug the
appliance and call an authorized
service..
• This appliance must be grounded.
In the event of malfunction or
breakdown, grounding will reduce
the equipment-grounding conductor can
result in a risk of electric shock. Check
with a qualified electrician or service
representative or personnel if you are
in doubt as to whether the appliance is
properly grounded.
• Power cord plug must be within easy
reach after installation.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not use extension cords,
multi-plugs or an adapter to connect
the dryer to electrical mains.
• Do not modify the plug provided with
the appliance: if it will not fit the
outlet, have a proper outlet installed
by a qualified electrician.
• If the power supply cord is damaged,
it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to
avoid an electrical hazard.
• The appliance must not be operated
unless it is repaired! There is the risk
of electric shock!
• Ventilation openings in the base must
not be obstructed by carpets, etc.
• Exhaust air must not be discharged
into a flue used for exhausting fumes
from appliances burning gas or other
fuels.
• Adequate ventilation must be provided
to avoid the back flow of gases into
the room from appliances burning
other fuels, including open fires.
• Do not dry articles that have been
previously cleaned in, washed in,
soaked in or spotted with gasoline,
dry-cleaning solvents or other
flammable or explosive substances as
they give off vapors that could ignite
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or explode.
• Do not use the tumble dryer if industrial
chemicals have been used for
cleaning.
• Do not dry unwashed items in the
tumble dryer.
• Items that have been soiled with
substances such as cooking oil,
acetone, alcohol, gas, kerosene, spot
removers, turpentine, waxes and
wax removers should be washed in
hot water with an extra amount of
detergent before being dried in the
tumble dryer.
• Items such as foam rubber (latex
foam), shower caps, waterproof
textiles, rubber-backed articles and
clothes or pillows fitted with foam
rubber pads should not be dried in
the tumble dryer.
• Do not use fabric softeners or
products to eliminate static unless
recommended by the manufacturer of
the fabric softener or product.
• The appliance may only be used for
the drying of textiles that are marked
accordingly.
• Undergarments that contain metal
reinforcements should not be placed
in a tumble dryer. Damage to the
tumble dryer can result if the metal
reinforcement come loose during
drying.
• Before loading check all garments for
lighters, coins, metal pieces, needles,
etc.
• Fabric softeners, or similar products,
should be used as specified by the
fabric softener’s instructions. The
use of fabric softener sheets is not
recommended.
• The final part of a tumble dryer cycle
occurs without heat (the cool-down
cycle) to ensure that the items are
left at a temperature that ensures the
items will not be damaged.
A WARNING: Never stop the tumble
dryer before the end of the drying cycle
unless all items are quickly removed and
spread out dissipate heat.
• Do not allow children to play on or
in the appliance.Close supervision
of children is necessary when the
appliance is used near children.
• Young children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
• Keep pets away from the appliance
during the drying cycle.
• Before the appliance is removed from
service or discarded, remove the door
to the drying compartment.
• Close the loading door when you
leave the area where the machine is
located.
• This appliance is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience
and knowledge, unless they are
supervised or have been given
instructions concerning the use of the
appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
• Clean lint filter before or after each
load.
• Keep area around the exhaust vent
and adjacent surrounding areas free
from the accumulation of lint, dust,
and dirt.
• The interior of the appliance and
exhaust ductwork should be cleaned
periodically by qualified service
personnel.
• Never use the dryer without the lint
filter.
• At times when your dryer is not in
use or after the laundry is taken out
following the completion of drying
process, turn off by using the On/
Off button. In cases when the On/
Off button is on (while the dryer is
energized), keep the door of the dryer
closed.
• For power saving in models with lamps,
at times when your dryer is not in
use, keep the door closed if the On/
Off button is pressed (if the dryer is
energized).
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
• Do not reach into the appliance if the
drum is moving.
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3 Installation Instructions
AWARNING - Risk of fire
•The clothes dryer (“appliance‘) installation
must be performed by a qualified installer.
•Install the appliance according to the
manufacturer’s instructions and local codes.
•Do not install a clothes dryer with flexible
plastic venting materials. If flexible metal (foil
type) duct is installed, it must be of a specific
type identified by the ap pliance manufacturer
as suitable for use with clothes dryers. Flexible
venting materials are known to collapse, be
easily crushed, and trap lint. These conditions
will obstruct the clothes dryer’s airflow and
increase the risk of fire.
• To reduce the risk of severe injury or death,
follow all installation instructions.
3- wire receptacle
( 10-30R)
Typical 3- Wire Dryer Cord 240V/30 amp
NEMA 10-30 Type SRDT
A If the dryer is installed in a mobile home,
recreational vehicles, new branch-circuit
installations or in areas where local codes do
not permit grounding, only a 4-wire power
supply cord shall be used.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical connection
Connect the appliance to a grounded outlet
protected by a fuse or circuit breaker of
suitable capacity.
To change the cord:
1. Make sure that the dryer is not plugged into
any power outlet.
B DO NOT plug end of dryer power cord
into a live receptacle before connecting dryer
power cord to dryer terminals and closing
junction/splitter box as described below.
Dryer shipped with cord to fit this
type 4 -wire receptacle
B DO NOT repair old power supply cords.
4-wire r eceptacle
(14 -30R)
Power cord must be changed only by a
qualified person. There is a risk of electric
shock!
If yo u have 3-wir e recep tacle, like
this , a 3-wire dryer cord mu st be
purc hased locall y.
3-wire r eceptacle
(10 -30R)
3-Wire Electrical Connection
If your receptacle is a 3-wire receptacle as
shown below, you must obtain a 3-wire dryer
cord. A dryer cord can usually be found at
your local hardware supply, electrical supply or
home center. Cord should have closed loop or
upturned end wire terminating connectors.
2. Remove the screw from the cover of the
junction box located at the top rear of the
dryer.
3. Remove the red, white and black wire from
the terminal block.
4. Remove the green ground wire from the
ground terminal.
5. Loosen the strain relief clamp holding the
4-wire cable.
6. Thread the 4-wire cable out through the
strain relief clamp.
7. Thread the new 3-wire dryer cord through
the strain relief clamp.
8. Attach the power cord Ground conductor
(the center wire) to the terminal labeled N.
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Connect the terminal labeled N and the
Ground terminal labeled G with the supplied
short cable. Tighten the terminals so that they
securely hold the conductors.
9. Attach the two remaining power cord
outer conductors to the 2 terminals labeled
L. Tighten both screws so that the power
conductors are securely held in place.
10. Tighten the strain relief so that the power
cord cannot be moved.
11. Replace the cover on the junction box and
fasten in place.
The dryer is now ready to be plugged into the
3-wire receptacle of the proper rating.
The receptacle should be located so that the
plug and receptacle will be accessible with the
dryer in its installed position.
• Connection via extension cords or multiplugs should not be made.
• The main fuse/breaker and switches must
have a contact distance of minimum 3 mm.
B
A damaged power cable must be
replaced by a qualified electrician.
A
WARNING – Improper connection of
the equipment-grounding conductor can
result in a risk of electric shock. Check
with a qualified electrician or service
representative or personnel if you are
in doubt as to whether the appliance is
properly grounded. Do not modify the
plug provided with the appliance: if it will
not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
B The appliance must not be operated
unless it is repaired! There is the risk of electric
shock!
Appropriate installation
location
•Install your appliance in environments that
have no risk of freezing and in a stable and
level position.
•Do not place your appliance on a long pile
rug or on similar surfaces.
•Operate your appliance in a well-ventilated,
dust-free environment.
•Do not block the air ducts in front of and
under the machine.
B Make sure that your appliance is not
placed on the power cable.
Grounding Instructions
A Keep at least 0.6” (1.5 cm) from the edges
This appliance must be grounded. In the event
of malfunction or breakdown, grounding will
reduce the risk of electric shock by providing
a path of least resistance for electric current.
This appliance is equipped with a cord having
an equipment-grounding conductor and a
grounding plug. The plug must be plugged
into an appropriate outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all
local codes and ordinances.
• Power cord plug must be within easy reach
after installation.
• The voltage and the allowed fuse/breaker
protection are specified in the section
“Technical Specifications”.
• The stated voltage must match your mains
voltage.
of other furniture.
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24.6 ”
(625 mm)
min.
90 0
90 0
22.05 ”
560 mm
min.
23 ½ "
(5 95 m m
36.14”
(918 mm)
min.
)
¼"
21 mm)
0
(54
33½"
(850 mm)
Minimum Installation
Clearances
Alcove or
Built-under
Ventilation Requirements
Closet
Sides 0.59 in. (15 mm)
0.59 in. (15 mm)
Top
2.68 in. (68 mm)
2.68 in. (68 mm)
Rear
0.59 in. (15 mm)
0.59 in. (15 mm)
Front
0.20 in. (5 mm)
0.20 in. (5 mm)
Closet door must have 2 openings, one
located 3.2 inches (8 cm) from bottom of door
having a minimum area of 16 sq. inches (103
cm2) and the other one located 3 inches (7.5
cm) from top of door having a minimum area
of 46 sq. inches (294 cm2).
Use on top of a washing
machine
•A stacking-kit (Part no: 296 710 0100) should
be used between the two machines for use
on top of a washing machine. The stacking-kit
should be installed by the Authorized Service
provider.
•Place the appliance on a solid floor. If it is to
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be placed on top of a washing machine, the
approximate weight together may reach 397
lbs (180 kg) when they are full. Therefore,
the floor must be capable of carrying the load
placed on it!
To connect a ventilation duct;
1.Connect the air outlet metal duct to the
spacer by turning it counter-clockwise.
2.Make the duct passages as shown the
picture below.
Adjusting the feet
In order to ensure that your
appliance operates more
silently and vibration-free,
it must stand level and
balanced on its feet. The
front feet of the appliance can be adjusted.
Balance the appliance by adjusting the feet.
1. Loosen the feet by hand.
2. Adjust them until the appliance stands level
and firmly.
CDo not use any tools to loosen the
adjustable feet. Otherwise, they may be
damaged.
CNever unscrew the adjustable feet from their
housings.
2 plastic pieces supplied together with the
Operating Instructions prevent your appliance
from slipping on wet and slippery surfaces. To
install these plastic parts:
1. Tilt the appliance backwards.
2. Fit the plastic parts to the front adjustable
feet. Press on the plastic parts to fix them in
their places.
3. Check the balance of the appliance again
and readjust the adjustable feet if necessary.
Ventilation duct and
connection
Ventilation duct ensures exhaust of air from
inside the appliance.
The vented dryer has 1 air outlet.
AOnly rigid or flexible metal duct should be
used for exhausting, unless the appliance has
been checked for use with nonmetallic duct
or the duct has been checked and found
acceptable for use with clothes dryers.
• In Canada, the diameter of the duct to be
used should be 4” (102 mm). In United States,
the regulation for the required exhaust duct
diameter must be followed.
Maximum duct length is given in the table
below:
Metal rigid duct
Maximum length
21 ft (6.5 m) + 2 elbows
CExhaust of humid air from the dryer into
the room is to be avoided. It may damage the
walls and furniture in the room.
CThe ventilation duct can be routed outdoors
via a window or it can be connected to the air
outlet in a bathroom.
CAir outlet duct must be extended directly
outdoors. There must be a limited number of
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elbows to not hinder air flow.
CTo prevent water accumulation in the duct,
make sure it is not folded on the floor.
CIn Canada only those foil-type flexible ducts,
if any, specificially identified for use with the
appliance by the manufacturer shallbe used. In
the United States, only those foil-type flexible
ducts, if any, specifically identified for use
with the appliance by the manufacturer and
that comply with the Outline for Clothes Dryer
Transition Duct, Subject 2158A, shall be used.
AThe appliance should not be vented into
a chimney, a wall, a ceiling, an attic, a crawl
space or a concealed space of a building.
ADo not operate the appliance at the same
time with heaters such as a coal or gas stove.
Airflow may cause the chimney to flare up.
C Care must be taken not to pinch or bend
the ducts.
C The end of the hose should not be bent, it
should not be stepped on and it must not be
folded between the drain and the machine.
CThe total lenght of flexible metal duct shall
not exceed 7.8 foot (2.4 m).
C The duct shall not be assembled with
screws or other fastening means that
extend inside the duct to catch lint.
Destroying packaging material
Packaging material can be dangerous to
children. Keep the packaging materials out
of the reach of children or dispose of them
accordingly. Do not dispose of them together
with normal domestic waste.
Packaging materials of your appliance are
manufactured from recyclable materials.
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4 Operating Instructions
A WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, or personal injury, read
the IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
before operating this appliance.
A B C D
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fabrics as well as lace curtains can be
permanently wrinkled. Do not dry these in your
machine!
•Do not dry items made of hermetic fibers
such as pillows and quilts in the dryer.
•Garments made of foam or rubber may
deform.
•Do not dry clothes containing rubber in the
machine.
•Do not dry clothes exposed to petroleum, oil,
combustible or explosive agents in the dryer
even if they are washed beforehand.
•Overly wet laundry or laundry with dripping
water must not be put into the dryer.
Preparing clothes to be dried
•All laundry must be spun at the highest
possible spin speed the washing machine
allows for the textile type.
•Laundry may be tangled after washing.
Separate laundry before placing them into
your dryer.
•Sort laundry according to their types and
thicknesses. Dry similar types of laundry
together.
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Correct load capacity
First Use
•When operating your machine for the first
time check inside the drum for any foreign
objects.
•Partly load the drum with wet pieces
of clothes and let the machine run for
approximately 15 minutes. This operation will
clean the drum before loading garments.
•You may smell an unpleasant odor and
excessive fiber/lint may accumulate during the
first drying cycle.
Garments suitable for drying in
the machine
Always follow the advice on garment labels.
Dry only laundry having a label stating that
they are suitable for tumble-drying.
Garments unsuitable for drying
in the machine
•Items with metal attachments like, belt
buckles and metal buttons can damage your
dryer.
•Do not dry items like woolens, silk garments
and nylon stockings, delicate embroidered
fabrics, garments with metal accessories and
items like sleeping bags in the machine.
•Garments made of delicate and valuable
CPlease consult the information in the
“Program Selection” section. Always start the
program in accordance with the maximum
load capacity.
AAdding laundry to the dryer over the level
shown in the figure is not recommended.
Drying performance will be reduced when the
machine is overloaded. Doing so may damage
your machine and your clothes.
CPlace garments into the drum loosely so
they won’t get tangled.
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CLarge items (e.g. bed sheets, quilt covers,
large tablecloths) may bunch-up. Stop the
machine 1 or 2 times during drying process to
separate any bunched-up laundry.
The following weights are given as examples.
Home articles
Approximate
weights (gr)
Cotton quit covers (double)
1500
Cotton quit covers (single)
1000
Bed sheets (double)
500
Bed sheets (single)
350
Large tablecloths
700
Small tablecloths
250
Tea napkins
100
Bath towels
700
Hand towels
350
Garments
Approximate
weights (gr)
Blouses
150
Cotton shirts
300
Shirt
200
Cotton dresses
500
Dresses
350
Jeans
700
Handkerchiefs
100
T-Shirts
125
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Control panel
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10
9
7
6
Jean
Clean Filter
Child Lock
Drying
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
End / Anticrease
Signal
Cancel
Start
Pause
Cancel 3 sec.
Shirts
Mini
Mixed Fabric
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
30 min
75 min
Delicates
Damp Dry
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
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6. On/Off button
7. Program selector knob
8. Start/Pause/Cancel button
9. Cancel Audio Warning
10. Program follow-up indicator
11. Filter cleaning warning LED
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On / Off
Loading door
options. There are automatic sensor programs
for different types of textiles and timer
programs.
Choose the appropriate program according
the type of textile from the table below it
also includes the level of dryness. Select the
desired program with the program selector
knob.
CAlways select the highest allowed
temperature for drying. High temperature will
ensure energy and time savings.
Main programs
Depending on the type of textile, the following
main programs are available:
•Cottons / Regular (max. 7 kg)
Durable clothing can be dried with this
program at a normal temperature. It is
recommended for cotton items (e.g. bed
sheets, quilt cover, underwear).
•Open loading door.
•Place laundry items loosely into the dryer.
•Push the loading door to close. Make sure
that no items are caught in the door.
Jean
Clean Filter
Drying
Child Lock
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
End / Anticrease
Signal
Cancel
Start
Pause
Cancel 3 sec.
Shirts
Mini
Mixed Fabric
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
30 min
75 min
Delicates
Damp Dry
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
On / Off
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
7kg
Jean
Turning on the dryer
Prepare dryer for program selection by
pressing the On/Off button.
the program has started. Press the "Start/
Pause/Cancel" button of the dryer to start the
program.
Program selection
Regular Dry /
Ready to Wear
Regular Dry+/
ready to Wear
Plus
Damp Dry /
Ready to Iron
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Mixed Fabric
CPressing the On/Off button does not mean
Extra Dry
Delicates
Damp Dry
Shirts
Mini
Drying at a high
temperature, only for
cotton laundry. Thick and
multi layered laundry (e.g.
towels, linens, jeans) are
dried in a way that they do
not require ironing before
being put away.
Normal laundry (e.g.
tablecloths, underwear) are
dried in a way that they do
not require ironing before
being put away.
Normal laundry (e.g.
tablecloths, underwear) are
dried in a way that they do
not require ironing before
being put away, but more
than those in the ready to
wear option.
Normal laundry (e.g. shirts,
dresses) are dried in a way
that they are ready to be
ironed.
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
30 min
75 min
•Permanent Press / Synthetics
(max. 3.5 kg)
Less durable clothing can be dried with
this program at a at a lower temperature
compared to the cottons program. It is
recommended for synthetic clothing (e.g.
shirts, blouses, synthetic/cotton blended
garments).
Jean
Shirts
Mini
Mixed Fabric
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
30 min
75 min
C Do not dry curtains or
C Anti-creasing
Delicates
Damp Dry
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
lace in the dryer.
A 2-hour anti creasing program to prevent
laundry from creasing will be activated if the
laundry is not taken out after the program
ended. This program rotates the laundry in
10-minute intervals to prevent wrinkling.
For optimum drying results the dryer offers
different program groups and additional
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Special programs
For special cases, there are also extra
programs available:
Jean
Jean
Shirts
Mini
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Mixed Fabric
Delicates
Damp Dry
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Mixed Fabric
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
30 min
75 min
Delicates
D
Damp Dry
Shirts
Mini
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
30 min
75 min
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
C Additional programs may differ according
to the model of your dryer.
•Refresh / Ventilation
Only cool air circulation is performed for 10
minutes without providing hot air.
Jean
•Automatic Dry / Mixed Fabric (max. 3.5
kg)
Mix program (Regular Dry) is for mixed loads
with different types of fabrics. Mixed laundry
can be dried at a lower temperature.
Delicates
Damp Dry
Shirts
Mini
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Mixed Fabric
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
C It is recommended to use a cloth bag to
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
30 min
75 min
avoid certain delicate garments and laundry
from being wrinkled or damaged.
C Remove garments immediately from the
dryer and hang them after the program ends
in order to prevent wrinkling.
•Mini (max. 1.2 kg)
The cottons that are spun at high speeds in
your washing machine can be dried with this
program.
C In order to obtain better results from
the dryer programs, your laundry must be
washed with suitable program and spun at the
recommended spin speeds in your
washing machine.
•Timed Programs
One of the 15 min., 30 min., 75 min. timer
programs can be selected to reach the
desired final drying level at low temperatures.
The program dries for the selected time
regardless of dryness.
Jean
Shirts
Mini
Mixed Fabric
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
•Shirts (max. 1.5 kg)
Dries the shirts in a more sensitive way so that
they are less wrinkled and ironed easily.
C Shirts may contain little amount of
dampness at the and of the program. It is
advised not to leave the shirts in the dryer.
•Jean (max. 4 kg)
The jeans that are spun at high speeds in
your washing machine can be dried with this
program.
•Delicates (max. 1.75 kg)
Very delicate laundry (silk blouses, fine
underwear, etc.) can be dried at a lower
temperature that are suitable for drying or for
laundry that is advised to be hand-washed.
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30 min
75 min
Delicates
Damp Dry
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
Starting the Program
ventilation program to cool it down.
Progress of program
program, and if the position of the program
selector knob is changed, a tone will be heard
(if the Cancel Audio Warning function is not
selected). The dryer will not start even if the
Start/Pause/Cancel button is pressed, unless
the program selector knob is returned to the
initial program. The paused program must
be cancelled in order to change the drying
program.
1. Press the “Start/Pause/Cancel” button to
start the program.
2. The Start/Pause/Cancel button will light up
to indicate that the program has started.
Progress of a running program is shown
through the program follow-up indicator.
At the beginning of each program step, the
related lamp will light up and the lamp of the
completed step will turn off.
Adding/removing laundry in stand-by
mode
“Drying”:
- Drying level will be illuminated during the
whole drying process until the dryness
reaches “Damp Dry / Ready to Iron”.
“Damp Dry / Ready to Iron”:
- Lamp lights when the dryer reaches the
“Damp Dry / Ready to Iron” step and remains
lit until the next step.
“Regular Dry / Ready to Wear”:
- Lamp lights when the dryer reaches the
“Regular Dry / Ready to Wear” step and
remains lit until the next step.
In order to add or take out laundry after the
start of the program;
1. Press the Start/Pause/Cancel button to
switch the dryer to Pause mode. the drying
process will stop.
2. Open the door at the Pause position
and close it again after adding or taking out
laundry.
3. Press the “Start/Pause/Cancel” button to
restart the program.
C
Laundry may be added or taken out
during a drying process, but interrupting
drying continuously will extend the program's
time and increase energy consumption.
Therefore, it is recommended to add all
laundry before the drying program is started.
“End / Anticrease”:
- The lamp lights when the program comes
to an end and the anti-creasing function is
activated.
Auxiliary functions
C If more than one lamp lights or flashes
constantly, it means that there is a malfunction
or a failure (Please see Troubleshooting).
Changing the program after
the program has started
Press and hold the Start/Pause/Cancel button
for around 3 seconds to Cancel the program
currently running.
Select another program by rotating the
program knob.
Press the “Start/Pause/Cancel” button again
to start the new program.
C The program which is selected first will
go on even if the program selector knob
is moved and another program is selected
while the dryer is operating. You must cancel
the current program to change the drying
program.
A
A If the dryer is stopped during any drying
As the inside of the dryer will be
excessively hot when you cancel the program
when the dryer is running, activate the
Cancel Audio Warning Signal
Your dryer will send out a tone when the
program comes to an end. If you do not want
to hear this, you need to press the Cancel
Signal button. The relevant lamp will light
when this button is pressed and the tone will
not activate when the program ends.
C You can select this function either before or
after the program starts.
Child-proof lock
There is a childproof lock to prevent any
program interruption due to the pressing of
keys while a program is running. The loading
door and all buttons except the “On/Off” key
on the panel are deactivated when the childproof lock is active.
In order to activate the childproof lock, pres
the Start/Pause/Cancel and Cancel Audio
Warning buttons at the same time for 3
seconds.
To start a new program after the program
ends or to stop a program, the childproof
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lock should be deactivated. To deactivate the
childproof lock, press the same two buttons
for 3 sec.
Child Lock
C
2 beeps when activating and 1 beep
when deactivating the child-proof lock will be
heard.
Warning indicators
Filter cleaning
A warning lamp will light up to remind filter
cleaning after a program finishes.
C If the filter cleaning warning lamp flashes,
please refer to Troubleshooting.
End of program
The End/Anticrease and Clean Filter warning
lamps on the program follow up indicator will
light up when the program ends. The door can
be opened and the dryer becomes ready for
another load.
Press the On/Off button to shut down the
dryer.
C A 2-hour anti creasing program to prevent
laundry from creasing will be activated if you
do not take the laundry out after the program
has ended.
A Clean the filter after each load!
C At the end of the program, it is
recommended to press the On-Off button Off
before unloading the dryer.
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Technical Specifications
Enus
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Model
Vented Dryer with electronic sensor control
Height (in)
33 1/2
Witdth (in)
23 1/2
Depth (in)
21 1/4
Height adjustment of feet (in)
1/5
Net weight (plastic front door usage) (lbs)
73
Net weight (glass front door usage) (ıbs)
78
Voltage / Frequency
208-240V ~ 60 Hz
Connected load
2000-2400 W
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5 Quick Start-up Instructions
1. Open loading door.
5. Push the ON / OFF button to ON.
Delicates
Damp Dry
Jean
Clean Filter
Drying
Child Lock
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
End / Anticrease
Signal
Cancel
Start
Pause
Cancel 3 sec.
Delicates
Damp Dry
Shirts
Mini
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Mixed Fabric
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
On / Off
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
30 min
75 min
7kg
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
On / Off
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
6. Select the appropriate Program.
Jean
2. Check filter.
Delicates
Damp Dry
Shirts
Mini
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Mixed Fabric
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
30 min
75 min
3. Load laundry loosely into the drum.
7.
If necessary, select additional
functions.
Shirts
Mini
Child Lock
Signal
Cancel
Mixed Fabric
Start
Pause
Cancel 3 sec.
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
30 min
75 min
8. Push the start button.
4. Push loading door closed. Ensure no
items are caught in the door.
Child Lock
Shirts
Mini
Mixed Fabric
Jean
Clean Filter
Drying
Child Lock
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
End / Anticrease
Signal
Cancel
Start
Pause
Cancel 3 sec.
Shirts
Mini
Mixed Fabric
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
30 min
75 min
Delicates
Damp Dry
Permanent Press
Regular Dry
Damp Dry
Regular Dry
On / Off
Regular Dry +
Cottons/Regular
Extra Dry
7kg
Signal
Cancel
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Start
Pause
Cancel 3 sec.
Refresh
Timed Programs
15 min
30 min
75 min
6 User maintenance and cleaning instructions
Sensor
Lint filter
Lint and fibers released from the laundry in to
the air during the drying cycle are collected in
the “Lint Filter”.
C Fibres and lint are formed during wearing
and washing.
A Always clean the filter after each drying
cycle.
To clean the Filter;
1. Open loading door.
2. Remove the lint filter by pulling it up and
open the filter.
3. Clean lint, fiber, and by hand or with a soft
piece of cloth.
4. Close the filter and put it back in place.
There are humidity sensors in your machine
that detect whether the laundry is dry or not.
For sensor cleaning;
1. Open loading door.
2. Allow machine to cool off if drying has been
done recently.
3. Wipe the metal sensors with a soft cloth
dampened with vinegar and dry the sensors
afterwards.
C Clean the metal sensors at regular intervals
(4 times a year).
A Never use solvents, cleaning agents or
similar substances when cleaning as these
might cause fire and/or an explosion!
C You can clean the filter and filter area with a
vacuum cleaner.
C Clogging may arise on the filter surface
after using your machine for some time; if this
occurs, wash the filter with water and dry it
before using again.
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7 Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Explanation / Solution
Drying process
takes too long.
Lint filter may not have been
cleaned.
* Clean the lint filter.
* Meshes of the filter may be
clogged. Wash with water.
Dryer does not
switch on or the
program does not
start. Dryer does
not start when set.
* It may not plugged in.
* The loading door may be ajar.
* Program may not be set or the
“Start/Pause/Cancel” button may
not have been pressed.
* “Childproof lock” may be activated.
* Make sure that the dryer is
plugged in.
* Make sure the loading door is
properly closed.
* Make sure the program has been
set and it is not in “Pause” mode.
* Deactivate the childproof lock.
Program is
interrupted for no
reason.
* The loading door may be ajar.
* Electricity may be cut off.
* Make sure the loading door is
properly closed.
* Press the “Start/Pause/Cancel”
button to start the program.
* A program not suitable for the
laundry type might have been used.
* Dry only the laundry which is
suitable for drying in the dryer. First
check the labels on the clothes.
* Select a program a suitable low
temperature setting for the laundry
type to dry the clothes.
Laundry has
shrunk, become
felted or has
deteriorated.
2-hour anti creasing program
“End / Anticrease” *toThe
prevent laundry from wrinkling
LED flashes.
may have been activated.
* Turn off the dryer and take the
laundry out of the dryer.
“End / Anticrease” * Program has come to an end.
LED is on.
* Turn off the dryerand take the
laundry out of the dryer.
“Filter cleaning”
LED flashes.
* Lint filter may not have been
cleaned.
* Clean the lint filter.
* Meshes of the filter may be
clogged. Wash with water.
The “Drying” LED
flashes.
* A heat sensor failure has occurred. * Turn off the dryer and remove the
dryer ends the program without
laundry. Call the authorized service.
heating.
A Call an authorized service if the problem persists.
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