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Electrical information
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
The mains lead of this appliance is fitted with a BS 1363A 13 amp fused plug. To
change a fuse in this type of plug use an A.S.T.A. approved fuse to BS 1362 type.
1. Remove the fuse cover (A) and fuse (B)
2. Fitreplacement 13A fuse into fuse cover
3. Refit both into plug.
IMPORTANT: The fuse cover must be be fitted when changing a fuse and if the
fuse cover is lost the plug must not be used until a correct replacement is fitted.
Correct replacements are identified by the colour insert or the colour embossed
in words on the base of the plug. They are available from most electrical retail
shops. |
If the plug is not suitable for your socket outlet, then it should be cut off and
disposed of in order to avoid a possible shock hazard should'it be inserted into a
13A socket elsewhere. A suitable alternative plug should then be fitted to the
cable.
HOW TO CONNECT AN ALTERNATIVE PLUG.
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following
code :—
BLUE— “NEUTRAL” CN”)
BROWN—"LIVE”("L")
GREEN AND YELLOW—"EARTH"("E")
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The GREEN AND YELLOW wire must
be connected to the terminal inthe plug
which is marked with the letter “E” or
by the earth symbol == or coloured
green or green and yellow.
The BLUE wire must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter “N” or
coloured black.
The BROWN wire must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter “L" or coloured red.
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Control panel
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Stop Position Marker
The programme selector.
Calibrated for sensing programmes A and B, or for up to 90 minutes timed drying.
Each programme includes a 9 minute cool down period. |
The high/low heat selector switch.
Press button in for high heat (mn. ).
Press again to release for low heat ( ML ).
The Eco-sensing/time selector switch. |
This button should be out ( IL eco on) for sensing programmes A and B.
Press the button in ( am timer on) for timed drying.
Operation
Roll dripping wet articles in a towel to remove excess water.
Sort out the clothes into groups of similar fabrics and colours. Check the care
label inside the garment. | |
We suggest that a fabric conditioner be used to reduce static electricity.
Delicate articles e.g. tights should be placed inside a pillowcase.
it is better to dry small and large articles together.
Open the door.
Load clothes loosely into the. drum.
Load sheets first starting with one corner.
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Close the door,
Dry your hands.
Check that the programme selector is in the off position.
Plug in the machine.
Select correct heat position (see programme chart on facia panel).
‘Select the required programme by turning the programme selector just past, and
then back to, the required setting.
Sensing programmes: Ensure that the Eco-sensing/time selector is out ( E eco
On).
Programme A may be used when drying a full load (5kg.) of heavy synthetics or
cotton (for example, 12 medium towels weigh approx. 5kg.)
Programme B may be used when drying a part load (3kg.) of heavy yh
cottons, polycotton or delicates (for example, 15 polycotton shirts weigh ар |
3kg.)
We do not recommend drying full (Skg.) loads of polycotton and delicates to
minimise creasing.
Timed programmes: Press the Eco-sensing/time selector button in ( am. timer
on). The programme selector may then be set to any required drying time up to
90 minutes.
The drum will now begin to rotate, and will continue until the programme selector
automaticálly reaches the stop position. 4
PLEASE NOTE: It is not recommended that Sensing programmes are used when
ambient temperatures are greater than 25°C (80°F) or less than 2°C (36°F) as
performance may be impaired. Under these conditions please use Timed
programmes.
When drying large items such as sheets, we suggest you periodically stop the
dryer to redistribute the load.
To stop the machine during the middle of the programme simply open the door;
the drum will stop rotating automatically and restart when you close the door.
To lenghten or shorten a timed programme, turn the programme selector.
After removing the dried clothes clean the filter as follows: о, ( )
— Pull the filter upwards and out of the dryer.
— Remove any thread or fluff by hand or with a soft brush.
— Slide the filter back.
— Wash the filter occasionally in detergent solution and with a soft brush remove
small particles.
—- Disconnect from the electricity supply.
Care labels you may find on your fabrics
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‘Do not tumble dry’
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Installation
Your dryer contains an extendible vent hose. We recommend you always use it
to avoid condensation.
Simply pull the hose from the exhaust outlet at the bottom right hand corner at the
back of your dryer and lead the hose to a partly open window. (A permanent
connection may be made with the optional Wall/Window Vent Kit). Do not use the
dryer in a confined space with the vent hose retracted.
Make sure that the air inlets at the back are not blocked and do not allow fluff to
accumuiate around your dryer.
Place the filter in its operating position as shown in diagram below. It slides down
Into the recess to a level which allows the door to close above it.
If you wish to change the side on which your door opens see instructions on back
page.
Remove any dust by wiping the drum and door with a damp cloth. Any initial smell
from the heater should disappear after the first period of heating.
The dryer must be connected to its own socket. Do not use a two-way adaptor.
IMPORTANT USER INFORMATION
These notes are provided in the interest of safety. You must read them
carefully before installing or using the appliance.
Chiidren should not be allowed to tamper with the controls.
This tumble dryer is intended for domestic use only.
Any electrical work required to install the appliance should be carried out by
a qualified person.
This tumble dryer should be serviced by an appointed service organisation
and only genuine spare parts used.
It is dangerous to alter or modify the product | in any way, other than fitting
authorised accessories.
It is important to clean the lint filter after each drying cycle.
Under no circumstances should anything other than the recommended
articles be used in the tumble dryer,
Do not place articles which have been in contact with dry cleaning fluid or
other inflammable substances in the tumble dryer.
Do not attempt to dry dripping wet articles or items containing foam rubber or
rubber-like materials.
Do not use the tumble dryer if you suspect that it is damaged in any way.
under no circumstances should you attempt to repair the appliance yourself.
Repairs carried out by inexperienced persons may cause serious injury.
Consult your local appointed service engineer and insist on genuine spare
parts.
We recommend that the applliance is unplugged each time after use. It
should always be disconnected from the electricity supply if it is to be left
unattended for long periods i.e. weekends, holidays etc.
6 Donts
Do not — Overload the dryer.
Do not — Dry large articles alone as they tend to roll up and so increase drying time.
Do not — Dry woollen or wool mixture articles unless the article is labelled as
suitable.
Do not — Allow venting hose (where applicable) or filter to become blocked.
Do not — Allow fluff to accumulate around the tumble dryer.
7 Any problems? |
If the clothes are not dry after normal drying time:
... — Check that the filter is clean.
} — Check that you have used the correct heat setting.
~ — Check that the venting hose is not blocked (sometimes a strong wind may
cause a back pressure).
— Check that you have not set the programme selector within a cool down
period. |
— Check the plug internal connections and fuse, if applicabte.
— Your machine is fitted with a resettable cut-out.
Check whether this has operated. There is a >
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your dryer. Press it lightly. If it has operated then a
sharp “click” will be heard. This cut-out only
operates if the airflow is severly restricted so
make sure the filter is clean and that all other
restrictions are removed before re-starting.
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8 Optional extras
A comprehensive range of accessories are available from your dealer/retailer to
cater for varying installations, they are:
£- Rear Venting Kit (where applicable) to convert front venting machine to rear
.' venting with extendible vent hose.
8.2 Wall/Window Vent Kit to make a permanent installation through a wall or
window.
8.3 - Stacking Kit to enable your dryer to be secured onto the top of a front loading
washing machine to save floor space.
9 Technical Data:
9.1 Overall dimensions: height 85cm width 59.5 cm depth 53 cm.
9.2 Maximum dry weight of cotton, linen 5 kg. synthetics 3.0 kg.
9.3 For electrical rating see plate on rear of machine.
9.4 This product is manufactured to comply with the radio interference requirements
of the Council directive 93/68/EEC.
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10 To change door to right hand
Your dryer is fitted with a reversible door. To change the direction of opening proceed
as follows:
10.1 Open the door. Undo screw À. Remove switch strike B and replace screw.
Remove screws C and latch plate BD. Remove hinge block screws E. Remove
door from hinge blocks.
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10.2 Remove hinge screws F and hinge G and refit to opposite side as shown.
10.3 Refit latch plate D with screws C. Remove screws H at top of door and refit switch |
strike B as shown. Fit door to hinge blocks and secure with screws E.
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IMPORTANT — PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
ECO SENSING ERV UK WF95 4213 094 35152
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