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Thank you for your trust and for buying our tumble
dryer. We congratulate you on your wise decision'
This appliance rs designed for drying clothes for '
home use only.
The dryer enables quick drying of your laundry,
teaving it soft and tender without affecting lfs shape'
Our apptiances are environmentally friendly:
some of the materiats are recyclable while
others are disposed of and destroyed. To protect
the environment dispose of your appliance by
detivering it to the authorized location.
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Front panel
2. Drying program button
3. Door
Technical data
4. Vent (also in rear)
5. Legs
Dimensions of the appliance (w x d x h):
600 mm x 600 mm x 8S0 mm
Weight (net): evacuation dryer 34 kg
Nominal voltage: 240V,60 Hz
Connecting power: 24OO W
Max. load: 15 tbs (7 kg)
Connection: power cord(240 V 30A)
Fuse:104
Heater: 2100 W
Name plate with technical information for the appliance
is located
under the door frame.
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o Use the dryer to dry only laundry washed
with water. Do not attempt to dry laundry
which has been washed or cleaned with
flammable detergents or solutions (gasoline,
trichloroethylene etc,), as it may cause explosion.
r Do not let children play with the appliance,
Prevent your children or pets from entering the
dryer drum.
o When discarding the old appliance remove
the power cord and break the lock, so that the
door can not be locked (safety precautions for
children).
o Clean lint filter after each drying. lf you pulled the
filter out, always reinsert it before the next drying
operation.
¡ After use always turn the appliance off (the
program selection knob should be in position "0")
and unplug the power cord.
o Leave all repairs to a qualified technician,
Tampering with the appliance or repairs by an
unqualified person may cause accidents or
failures. Call the authorized service department
(see list of authorized service departménts).
o Rating plate with technical information about the
appliance is located under the door frame.
¡ The room must be well ventilated, surrounding air
must not contain dusty particles.
r Room where the appliance is located must be well
ventilated to prevent back flow of gases, released
by open fire gas appliances (fireplace).
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To reduce the risk of fire, always consider the
following:
. Never dry soiled clothes in the tumble dryer.
. Laundry soiled with substances like cooking oil,
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acetone, alcohol, petrol, petroleum, stain remover,
turpentine, wax and waxes must be washed in hot
water and detergent prior drying in tumble dryer.
Do not dry objects made of foam (latex), water
resistant fabrics, rubber lined fabrics, and clothes
filled with rubber foam in the dryer.
For wash cycles use laundry softeners as
instructed by their manufacturers,
Last stage of drying is carried out without heating,
to allow laundry to cool down before extracting it
from the drum. lf you take the laundry out before it
cools down, spread it to allow cooling.
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B"for" connecting the appliance read
these instruct¡ons carefully. Repairing
any failure arising from inappropriate
connections or misuse of the appliance is
not covered by the guarantee;
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Neue, stop a tumble dryer before the end
of the drying cycle unless all items are
quickly removed and spread out so that
the heat is dissipated.
Dlsposing of packaging
A n¡st of suffocation
There is a risk of suffocation from the cardboard box
and plastic film.
Do not allow children to play with the packaging.
All our packaging materials are environmentally
friendly and recyclable. Please dispose of the
packaging in an environmentally-responsible
manner.
Any retailer or your local authority will be able
to advise you on the disposal methods currently
available.
Disposing of old dryers
A oáng"r of death
Danger of death from electrocution or suffocation.
Your old dryer:
o Disconnect it from the main power supply.
o Cut through the main cable and discard along with
the plug.
o Break the door lock. This prevents children from
locking themselves in the drYer.
Environmentally-friendly disposal conserves
valuable raw materials.
Any retailer or your local authority will be able
to advise you on the disposal methods currently
available.
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fo reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
or injury to persons when using your
appliance follow basic precautions,
including the following:
Read all instructions before using the appliance.
Do not wash articles that have been previously
cleaned in, washed in, soaked in or spotted
with gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, and other
flammable or explosive substances as they give
off vapors that could ignite or explode.
3. Do not add gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, or
other flammable or explosive substances to the
wash water. These substances give off vapors
that could ignite or explode,
4, Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may
be produced in a hot water system that has not
been used for 2 weeks or more. HYDROGEN
GAS lS EXPLOSIVE, if the hot water system
has not been used for such a period, before
using a washing machine, turn on all hot
water faucets and let the water flow from
each for several minutes. This will release
any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas is
flammable do not smoke or use an open flame
during this time.
5. Do not allow children to play on or in the
appliance. Close supervision of children is
necessary when the appliance is used near
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children.
Before the appliance is removed from service or
discarded, remove the door.
7. Do not reach into the appliance if the tub or
agitator is moving.
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Do not install or store this appliance where it will
be exposed to the weather.
9. Do not tamper with controls.
10 Do not repair or replace any part of the
appliance or attempt any servicing
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specifically recommended in the
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maintenance instructions, or in published userrepair instructions that you understand and have
the skills to carry out.
11. To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect
the appliance from the power supply before
attempting any user maintenance. Turning
the controls to the >OFF< position does not
disconnect the appliance from the power supply'
Save tlrese ìnstru ctÍons
Grounding instructions
This appliánce must be grounded' ln 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 equipmentgrounding conductor and a grounding plug. The
outlet that
þtug musi be plugged into an appropriate
is pioperly installed and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances.
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lmprop"r connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk
óf electric shock. Gheck with a qualified
electrician or serviceman if you are in
doubt as to whether the appliance is
properly grounded.
Do not modify the plug provided with the applianceif it will not fit the outlet; have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
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Removing wrapping
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Packaging materials are environmentally friendly:
they can either be recycled, safely disposed of or
destroyed, without any threat to the environment.
To be able to do this effectively all materials are
marked accordingly.
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g" careful not to damage the cabinet of
the appliance with a sharp object when
removing the packaging
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Ventilation slots and openings on the appliance
front and rear wall should not be obstructed.
Selecting the
appropriate location of
the appliance
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Betore connecting the appliance, let it warm
up to room temperature (wait for two hours).
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Connect a rigid or flexible metal duct to the
prepared opening.
o Ventilation must not be connected to an air
duct used as a chimney for exhaust gasses of
appliances using other combustion material.
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Onry rigid or flexible metat duct should be
use for ventilation.
Appliance can either stand on its own or can be
placed on top of a washing machine of the same
dimensions - minimum width 517 mm (21 inch),
depth 476 mm (19 inch). The surface for placing
the dryer must be clean and flat. Use supplied
vacuum feet to prevent sliding of the appliance.
Washing machine hardtop must be wooden or
metallic.
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Oo not place the appliance behind lockable
doo¡ sliding door, and door with hinges on
the opposite side of the appliance.
Place the appliance in the room in such
a way to ensure free opening of the dryer
door.
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Level the machine by rotating the adjustable feet,
(maximum adjustability +/- 0,39 inch (1 cm))'
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fne appliance should be placed on a
surface with concrete base; the surface
should be dry and clean in order to prevent
slipping. The adjustable feet should also
be cleaned before installation.
Oo not place the dryer on a thick
carpet since this could obstruct the air
circulation.
Moist aÍr outlet
o There are two openings for venting out humid air'
One of them should be closed with the supplied
cover, while the other should be connected to the
ventilation duct.
1 Lid
2 Evacuation solid or flexible
metal tube
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rne distance between the dryer and the
moist air outlet (ventilation shaft, window)
should not exceed 80 inches (2 metres)'
othenruise water can accumulate in the
duct.
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Power connection
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Use the power cord to connect the dryer to the
power supply via wall socket.
Rated voltage and other characteristics are
indicated on the rating plate, located below the
door of the appliance.
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fne wall socket should always be within
reach. lt has to be grounded according to
local regulations.
lf tn" power cord is damaged it should
only be replaced by a qualified technician.
Electr¡c connection and grounding should
be carried out in accordance with current
standards and regulations.
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Connect to individual branch circuit.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This dryer does not come
complete with an electrical power cord. Electrical
power cord kits must be purchased by the
consumer and are available at most local hardware
stores. Before purchasing a power cord kit for your
dryer, you must first establish which type of power
cord plug is required (compatible) to fit the electrical
receptacle in your laundary room. i.e. 3 wire - 4
wire. (See Fig. 1)
When purchasing a 3-wire or 4-wire power cord
kit with strain relief, make sure the cord meets the
following requirements:
o UL listed dryer cord kit
.240V minimum rated
¡ 30 A rated
. IYPE SRD or SRDT
¡ minimim five feet long
¡ closed-loop terminals or open-end spade lugs
with upturned ends
This dryer has a pre-installed (rear mount) external
junction box to facilitate easy connection of the
power cord kit with suitable Plug.
Electrical connection
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A fn¡s dryer is manufactured with the
conductor connected to
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NEUÍFiAL (center) of the supply cord
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at the terminal block.
Onty a 4-conductor cord shall be used
when the appliance is installed in a mobile
home or an afea where local codes do NOT
permit grounding through the neutral' Use
ufOUn-W¡nE CONNECTION< instructions'
To connect Power cord:
o Remove the screws from the cover of the junction
box located at the top rear of the dryer'
o Loosen/remove the two screws on the strain relief
clamp and remove from 4-wire supply cord'
¡ The strain relief splitS into two indentical parts'
o lnsert the large flange of both sections into the
hole located on the left side of the junction box
housing. The short flange of both sections and
screwJmust remain positioned on the external
side of the junction box housing'
¡ lnsert the 4- wire supply cord through both
sections of the strain relief and re-install strain '
relief screws, do not fully tighten until electrical
connections are comPlete
¡ Attach the power cord ground conductor (green
wire) to the ground tdrminal marked with the
ground symbol. Tighten screw untilground
conductor is secure. (See Fig. 2)
o Attach the power cord neutral conductor (white
wire) to the neutral terminal. (marked N) Tighten
screw until neutralconductor is secure' (See Fig'
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Àttach the power cord phase conductor (black
wire) to the phase terminal (marked L3)'-Ïghten
screw until power conductor is secure' (See Fig'
2)
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to the phase terminal (marked L1), Tighten screw
until power conductor is secure.(See Fig. 2)
Tighten the screws on the strain relief so that the
power cord cannot be moved.
Re-install the cover of the junction box and secure
with four screws removed earlier.
The dryer is now ready to be connected to the
power supply receptacle.
To connect power cord:
. Remove the screws from the cover of the junction
box located at the top rear of the dryer.
. Loosen/remove the two screws on the strain relief
clamp and remove from 3-wire supply cord.
r The strain relief splits into two indentical parts.
lnsert the large flange of both sections into the
hole located on the left side of the junction box
housing. The short flange of both sections and
screws must remain positioned on the external
side of the junction box housing.
. lnsert the 3- wire supply cord through both
sections of the strain relief and re-install the strain
relief screws, do not fully tighten until electrical
connections are complete.
. Attach the power cord ground conductor (green
wire) to the ground terminal marked with the
ground symbol. Tighten screw until ground
conductor is secure. (See Fig. 3)
o Attach the two remaining power cord phase
conductors ( left = black wire and right = red wire )
to the phase terminals (marked L3 & L'1). Tighten
screws so that the power conductors are secure.
(See Fig. 3)
. Tighten the screws on the strain relief so that the
power cord cannot be moved.
. Re-install the cover of the junction box and secure
with four screws removed earlier.
o The dryer is now ready to be connected to the
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Note:
The receptacle should be located so that the plug
and receptacle will be accessible with the dryer in
its installed position.
Additional Grounding Procedure
Some local codes may require a separate ground.
ln such cases, the required accessory ground wire,
clamp and screw must be purchased separately.
Never ground the dryer to plastic plumbing lines,
gas lines or hot water pipes.
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A - program selection knob
B - lower temperature button
- anti crease program off key
- START / PAUSE button
E - clean filter LED
F - drying cycle end / anti crease program
G - airing LED
H - drying LED
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button
PÍogiam,Symbols
Moisture level
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5 moisture levels
synthet¡cs
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4 moisture levels
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timed program
4 time settings
very dry
dry
normal dry
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slightly damp
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iron dry
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Open the dryer door by pushing the left-hand
side of the door towards the appliance.
Sort the laundry according to the type of fabric.
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Fasten buttons and zippers, tie any strings
and pull out the Pockets.
Very delicate laundry should be put in a
special protective sack.
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Operating the dryer
n ¡" recommended to load the drum with
items of different sizes.
oo not load drip'wet laundry into the dryer
(min.800 rPm).
pay attention to the labels on the clothes,
indicating the recommended drying mode
(see table of textile treatment symbols on
the last Page)'
Load the laundry into the drum.
GIose the dryer door.
- Drying proqram selection
By turning selector knob (A) select the preferred
diying program according to the type of laundry and
required final moisture. The selector knob may be
turned in both directions.
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Selection of additional functions
Additional functions are selected prior to pressing
the START button (D).
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Decreasing the temPeratu re
This function is selected if you wish to dry laundry
at a temperature lower than determined by the
program (see drying programs chart on page 20)'
This function makes the drying cycle last longer'
A, ¡ftet drying is completed, this function
returns to the initial higher temperature'
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Turning the anti-crease program off
The anti crease program is active at the end of
each program and will remain active for one hour
(occasionally turning the drum) to prevent clothes
from creasing.
Press the (C) button to turn off the anti crease
program; the LED above the button will illuminate.
A, Wn"n the dryer is turned off, this function
is reset; the anti crease program defaults
to "ON".
Drying procedure
.
The drying process is turned on by pressing the
START/PAUSE button (D); the (H) LED illuminates.
. lf you turn the program selector knob during
the drying process, settings do not change. The
program can be reset only by turning the selector
knob to the "0", position first.
¡ When the set moisture level is reached, the cooling
process starts; the (H) LED goes off and the (G)
LED is on.
r lf the "Fluffl' program is selected # (see drying
programs table) the (H) LED is on throughout the
entire program.
o Cooling off period lasts 10 minutes; LED (G) is on.
. Program is suspended if the drum sensor fails to
detect laundry in the drum.
¡ The anti-crease program is active at the end of
program and remains active for t hour (drum
occasionally spins around).
¡ lf you open the drum door after the drying cycle is
completed, the anti-crease program is ended.
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End of drying procedure
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the end of the drying procedure the (F)
LED flashes, indicating that the drying
program has ended. The.,clean filter" LED
willilluminate.
EFGH DCB
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Open the dryer door by pushing the left-hand side
of the door towards the appliance.
o Remove the laundry from the
dryer.
o Turn the appliance off by turning
the knob selector
(A) to the position "0".
o p_le.an the lint filter (see chapter on
Cteaning and
Maintenance).
o Close the dryer door.
r Pull the power cord from the socket and cut the
power supply.
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laundry from the appliance, as it may be
hot!
Suspending the operation by pressing the
START/PAUSE button.
ln case you press the START/PAUSE button (D)
during the drying procedure, the drying program is
suspended, and with the next press of the same
button the program is resumed where it had been
interrupted.
Changing the program or the functions
lf you wish to change the drying program or the
additional functions during the drying procedure,
move button (A) to the position "0", select new
drying program or additional functions and confirm
the new selection by pressing the START/PAUSE
button.
Door opened
lf the door is opened during the drying process this
will pause the operation. The (H) LEDs willflash,
depending on the drying process stage. When the
door is closed, the drying process resumes only
after the START/PAUSE button (D) is pressed. The
(H) LED stops flashing.
o Power failure
lf a power failure occurs during the operation
of the dryer (H) LED flashes, depending of the
drying process stage), press the START (D)
button to resume the program from where it was
interrupted (the LED stops flashing).
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Drying is economically most effective if you dry
the recommended quantity of laundry per load
(see Program Chart on page 20),
Do not dry laundry made of especially sensitive
fibers (wool, silk), which may shrink or lose shape.
lt is not necessary to use a fabric conditioner
when washing the laundry, since drying makes it
soft and tender.
Drying time is much shorter and consequently the
energy consumption lower if laundry is well spun
prior to drying.
By selecting the most suitable drying program,
you will avoid over-d ryi ng and difficult.i.roni ng.
By cleaning the filter on regular basis drying time
is shorter and consumes less energy.
Cleaning the filter
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o Lift the filter lid (Fig.).
. Use your fingers to remove lint. Replace the filter
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¡ After every drying clean the lint filter, located
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cover.
lf necessary, also clean the filter housing and door
edges.
Cleaning of the filter on the lower side of the
door opening (only with some models)
Before removing clothes from the drum, clean the
filter on the lower side of the door opening with a
damp cloth or wet hand.
lf the filter is clogged in such way that it needs
washing, pull it out as shown (Fig.), wash it under
hot water and dry. Be sure that the ieplaced filter
snaps safely to its position, and only then close the
filter lid.
A f tn" filter is not regularly
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cleaned, the
airflow is obstructed, which causes longer
drying time and danger of overheating.
turn the appliance off prior to cleaning
(unplug the power cord from the wall
socket).
Clean the cabinet and drum interior with soft cloth
and mild detergent.
Periodically clean (vacuum) the interior of the
ventilation exit and duct.
Environmental interference (for example electrical
wiring) could induce signalization of different faults.
ln such cases:
switch the appliance off, and wait for a few
seconds;
switch the appliance back on and repeat the
drying program.
lf the fault repeats, call authorized service shop.
Trouble
Appliance does
not work:
There is current
in the socket, þut
the drum is not
rolling:
Laundry is not
dry:
Unevenly dried
laundry:
Check
lf there is current in the socket and if the fuse is
functioning.
lf the plug is correctly inserted into the socket.
lf the door is closed tightly (press it towards the
appliance).
lf the program runs according to instructions.
lf appropriate drying time is selected.
lf the filter is clean.
lf the room is adequately ventilated.
lf the amount of laundry to be dried is not too big.
lf the ventilation duct is too long (only with evacuation
dryer - max 2 m (80 inch)).
lf the laundry loaded in the drum has not been spun
enough or if appropriate drying time has been set.
lf the amount of laundry to be dried is not too big.
lf there are only large pieces of laundry (large and small
pieces should be dried together).
lf different fabrics are dried together (group the laundry
according to the type of fabrics).
The machine signals errors or failures in operation by flashing signal LED's.
Record number of flashes representing the failure, shut the machine off and
call nearest authorized service.
lf a failure occurs due to incorrect installation or inappropriate use of the
appliance, the guarantee is void, and the repair bill shall be settled by the user.
Program chart
COTTONS
Very dry
Dry
max' load: 7 kg (15 lbs)
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Normal dry
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Terry cloth laundry, knitting,
household laundry'...
Terry cloth, tricot laundry
Fine laundry requiring ironing.
Tricot, fine cotton undersh¡rts
Normally thick cotton or flax laundry.
Bed linen, table cloth, trousers,
shirts, undershirts ..
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max. load: 3,5 kg (8 lbs)
Thick or multiple layer synthetic or mixed
fabrics laundry.
Uniformly thick laundry not requiring
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ironino.
Slightly damp ô
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Terry cloth, bathrobe
Unevenìy thick laundry, requiring little or no
ironinq.
ironing.
SYNTHETICS
Very dry
Thick or multiple layer laundry
Uniformly thick laundry, requiring little or no
Slìshtly damp ô
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Exgmple:of laundry
Type of laundry
P,rogråm
Fine laundry, requiring little or no ironing,
Laundry for ironing.
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Pullovers, dresses, blankets
Shirts, blouses, bed linen,
socks, children clothes
Tricot laundry, undershirts,
table cloth, shirts, dresses,
sports attires
Shirts, blouses, bed linen,
table cloth, ...
DELICATE (on reduced temperature synthetics program¡ ¿f
max. load: 2,5 kg (5,5 lbs)
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Slìghtly damp
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TIMED DRY
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20 to 60 minutes
Blouses, delicate underwear
Delicate laundry, to be dried at reduced
temperature and requires no ironing.
Delicate laundry, to be dried at reduced
temperature and requires ironing.
Blouses, delicate undenvear
max. load: 3,5 kg (8 lbs)
Single pieces of thick laundry that has to
be completely dried, or small amount of
laundry (up to 1 kg), ..,
Basket drying (certain models only).
Straightening of laundry - following prior
Bathrobe, bathing towels,
pullovers,,..
Sports footwear, .,.
wringing,
FLUFF
20 minutes
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Laundry to be aired qu¡ckly (w¡thout heating
up).
Worn clothing
max. load: 3,5 kg (8 lbs)
Mixed cotton and combined fabrics laundry.
Bed linen, table cloth, clothes
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Program charU
additional functions
Additional functiòns
Prograryl
Lower temperature
Anti.crease pregiam off
Cottons
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Synthetics
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Delicate
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Timed dry
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Fluff
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Mix
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Select the desired program depending on
the type of laundry drum load and dry¡ng
level,
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