Adora TL - Lavorent
VZUG Ltd
Tumble dryer
Adora TL
Operating instructions
Dear V-ZUG Customer
Thank you for choosing to buy one of our products.
Your appliance is made to high standards and is easy to use. Nevertheless, please
take the time to read these operating instructions in order to familiarize yourself with
the appliance and get the best use out of it.
Please follow the safety precautions.
Modifications
Text, diagrams and data correspond to the technical standard of the appliance at the
time these operating instructions went to press. The right to make technical modifications for the purpose of the further development of the appliance is reserved.
Symbols used
Denotes important safety precautions. Failure to observe
said precautions can result in injury or damage to the appli
ance or fittings!
Indicates step-by-step instructions.
– Describes how the appliance reacts to the steps taken.
䡲 Indicates a list.
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Denotes useful tips for the user.
Validity
The model number corresponds to the first three digits on the identification plate. These
operating instructions apply to the models:
Model
Adora TLA
Adora TLK
Type
WT-ATLA
WT-ATLK
Model no.
283
284
Art. no.
283.2
284.2
Variations depending on the model are noted in the text.
© V-ZUG Ltd, CH-6301 Zug, 2006
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Contents
Safety precautions
Before using for the first time
Correct use . . . . . . . . . . .
Children in the home . . . . .
Note on use . . . . . . . . . .
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Your appliance
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Appliance description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Operating and display elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Programme overview
Programme sequence for the automatic programmes
Automatic programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additional functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Level of dryness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Changing selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interrupting a programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aborting a programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programme selection with childproof lock activated
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User settings
Drying
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Care and maintenance
Cleaning the exterior of the appliance
Build-up of fluff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the door filter . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the condenser . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the moisture sensor . . . . . .
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Troubleshooting
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What to do if ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Drying tips
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Fabric care symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Technical data
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Disposal
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Index
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Repair service
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Quick instructions
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Safety precautions
The appliance corresponds to recognised technology stand
ards and the relevant safety regulations. Proper use of the
appliance is however essential to avoid damage and acci
dents. Please therefore follow the precautions given in these
operating instructions.
In accordance with the requirements of IEC 60335-1:
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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 supervised or unless they have been given instruction concerning the use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Before using for the first time
The appliance must be installed and connected to the electricity supply in accordance with the separate installation instructions. The necessary work should be carried out by a qualified fitter or electrician.
䡲 Dispose of the packaging material in accordance with local regulations.
䡲 Ensure access to the place of disconnection (e. g. socket outlet, wall switch).
䡲 It is advisable to wipe out the drum with a damp cloth.
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Correct use
The appliance is suitable for drying home textiles. It is designed for use in the home
and for the above-mentioned purpose only. No liability is assumed for any damage caused by improper or incorrect use.
䡲 Any repairs, modifications or manipulations to the appliance, especially any electrical parts, should only be carried out by the manufacturer, its Customer Services
or similarly qualified persons. Repairs if carried out incorrectly may cause serious
injury, damage to the appliance and fittings, as well as affect the functioning of
the appliance. If the appliance is not working properly or in case of a repair order,
follow the instructions given in the 'Repair service' section. If necessary, please contact Customer Services.
䡲 Use original spare parts only.
䡲 Retain these operating instructions for future reference. If you sell or pass the appliance on to a third party, please ensure these operating instructions accompany the
appliance, together with the instructions on installation. In this way, the new owner
can inform themselves about how to use the appliance correctly and read the pertinent safety precautions.
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Do not use the appliance to dry the following:
Textiles that have been cleaned, treated or soaked with flammable chemicals, detergents or solvents such as benzine, alcohol, stain remover, oil, paint, wax etc.
Fire or explosion hazard!
Wash materials containing such substances first by hand with water or allow the
solvent to evaporate completely.
䡲 Fabrics with traces of hair spray, hair gel, nail varnish remover or other similar substances. Danger of gas build-up!
䡲 Washing containing foam rubber or other rubber-like material. Ignition hazard!
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Children in the home
Packaging material (e. g. plastic, polystyrene) can be dangerous for children.
Danger of suffocation! Keep packaging material away from children.
䡲 The appliance is designed for use by adults who are familiar with these operating
instructions. Children are often unable to recognise the danger of electrical appliances. Ensure proper supervision and do not allow children to play with the appliance – there is a danger that children could get locked inside.
䡲 Tumble dryer additives (e. g. tumbler dryer sheets) can irritate the eyes, mouth and
throat and even cause choking! Keep tumble dryer additives out of the reach of
children.
䡲 Use the childproof locking facility.
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Note on use
Do not use the pivoting operating panel to lift or move the
appliance.
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Do not use the appliance if visibly damaged or if the inlet pipes are damaged.
Contact Customer Services.
If the appliance is not operating properly, disconnect it from the electricity supply
immediately.
Keep animals away from the appliance.
To protect your washing, follow the fabric care symbols and the hints and advice
in the 'Drying tips' section.
Do not operate the appliance without the door filter or with a damaged door filter
(fire hazard from fluff build-up!).
Before closing the appliance door and starting a programme, ensure that there are
no foreign objects or pets in the drum.
During the drying process, the back, drum and inside of the appliance door become hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching these parts.
The condensate water collected is not suitable for drinking.
After use, switch off the electricity by turning off the wall switch or pulling out the
mains plug. Never pull the mains plug out by the cable.
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Maintenance
Ensure the drum has stopped moving before reaching inside.
Do not touch the drum while it is still in motion – risk of seri
ous injury!
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Disconnect the appliance from the mains before carrying out maintenance work.
The door filter must be cleaned each time the appliance is used.
Do not spray the outside or the inside of the appliance with water. Do not use a
steam cleaner.
Do not sit, lean or rest on the appliance door.
Do not climb on to the appliance (danger of tipping).
Use original spare parts only.
Your appliance
Appliance description
«Condenser» tumble dryer
The appliance operates with a closed air circuit. An air-cooled condenser extracts
moisture from the closed air circuit. The condensate water collected is discharged
through a pipe outlet at the rear into the drainage system.
䡲 Capacity: from individual items to a 6 kg dry load
䡲 5 automatic programmes
䡲 3 special programmes
«Timed drying»
«Airing»
«Fluffing»
䡲 2 additional functions
«Delayed start»
«Gentle»
䡲 Electronically controlled drying for energy-efficient performance
䡲 Air-cooled condenser
䡲 Crease guard at the end of programme
䡲 Display for programme duration and programme duration remaining
䡲 Digital display for hints and trouble-shooting
䡲 Display for level of dryness
䡲 Door filter
䡲 Childproof lock
«Vented» tumble dryer
The «vented» model comes with the same features as the «condenser» model, but without the condenser. In this model, the moisture extracted from the washing is vented
outside the home.
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Construction
«Condenser» / «Vented» model
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Operating and display elements
(pivoting operating panel)
The operating panel can be set
in one of three positions.
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Appliance door
Door filter
Cover
Air grille
Identification plate
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The appliance door can be set to open to the left or to the right. Our Customer
Services can make the necessary adjustments to the appliance.
Condensate water outlet
The condensate water outlet is located at the back of the appliance on the bottom lefthand side.
Air extraction duct
The air extraction duct is located at the back of the appliance at the bottom.
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… Your appliance
Operating and display elements
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Automatic programmes
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Extra dry
Standard dry
Damp, ready to iron
Damp
Crease-guard programme
Selection button
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with
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indicator
indicator
indicator
indicator
indicator
indicator
light
light
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light
light
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Special programme
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Timed drying/Airing
with indicator light
Additional functions
8 Delayed start
9 Gentle
10 End of programme
with indicator light
with indicator light
Digital display
11 Display for
䡲 Programme duration
䡲 Programme duration remaining
Delayed start
䡲 Hints and trouble-shooting
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12 Level of dryness: damp, ready to iron
13 Level of dryness: standard dry
14 Cool down/Airing
15 Communications interface
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Indicator lights
Indicator lights flash:
Select programme(s) or function(s).
Indicator lights are lit up:
Programme(s) or function(s) is (are) active.
Indicator lights are not lit up:
Programme(s) or function(s) is (are) inactive.
Display for level of dryness
During the drying cycle, the level of dryness of the washing is indicated by the relevant
indicator light.
Washing still wet (display is empty)
Damp, ready to iron
Standard dry
Cool down/Airing
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Programme overview
To select the right drying programme, follow the fabric care symbols on garment labels, e. g.
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The programme duration and energy consumption data are for a 6 kg wash load spun
at around 1000 rpm (corresponding to a residual moisture level of about 60 %). A
higher spinning speed and a smaller load reduce them by about 20–30 %.
Programme sequence for the automatic programmes
The drying process has three phases:
Tumble drying
The washing is tumble dried until it reaches the set level of dryness. The tumble drying
process is monitored by a moisture sensor. As soon as the required level of dryness is
reached, the «Cool down/Airing» phase starts.
Cool down/Airing
The washing is cooled down to a temperature at which creasing is minimized.
This phase lasts between 4 and 10 minutes. The washing can now be removed from
the appliance.
If the washing is not unloaded, the «Crease guard» programme starts.
Crease guard
With the «Crease guard» programme, the dried washing is moved at frequent intervals
to prevent creasing.
«Crease guard» lasts 30 minutes. «Crease guard» can be stopped at any time simply
by opening the appliance door.
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… Programme overview
Automatic programmes
Programme/Symbol
Extra dry
Use
For thick, multi-layered textiles and mixed loads.
Not suitable for knitted or woven articles such as T-shirts and underwear as they
could shrink.
Standard dry
For similar items of washing (e. g. terry towelling and underwear).
Damp, ready to iron
For items that are to be ironed.
Damp
For items that are to be pressed (e. g. table linen).
Crease-guard
programme
Creases that come from spinning in the washing machine are reduced (e. g. shirts,
blouses).
Energy saving mode with the «vented» model
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On reaching the required automatic programme, hold the
for 3 seconds.
Programme/Symbol
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button depressed
Programme duration¹
Energy
3h50
3.00 kWh
3h40
2.90 kWh
… Programme overview
Programme sequence/Consumption data
Capacity
Residual moisture
Programme duration¹
Energy
6 kg
–5 % to –2 %
1h40
1h55*
3.35 kWh
3.60 kWh*
6 kg
–4 % to 0 %
1h30
1h45*
3.25 kWh
3.50 kWh*
6 kg
8 % to 16 %
1h15
1h30*
3.15 kWh
3.40 kWh*
6 kg
22 % to 30 %
1h05
1h20*
2.40 kWh
2.80 kWh*
1 kg
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0h20
0.50 kWh
* Applies to «condenser» model.
Programme/Symbol
Programme duration¹
Energy
3h25
2.15 kWh
3h15
1.70 kWh
¹ For single-phase 230 V connections, the programme duration will be longer.
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… Programme overview
Energy saving mode with the «condenser» model
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On reaching the required automatic programme, hold the
for 3 seconds.
Programme/Symbol
button depressed
Programme duration¹
Energy
1h44
3.45 kWh
1h29
3.35 kWh
Special programmes
Programme/Symbol
Timed drying
min
Use
For drying textiles off. Also for drying sleeping bags and quilts, and any individual
items of washing.
Airing
10 minutes
For refreshing or airing little-worn garments.
min
Fluffing programme
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Raises the pile of and brings the bounce back to woollen textiles, but does not dry
them. Unload woollens as soon as the programme ends to prevent creasing.
… Programme overview
Programme/Symbol
Programme duration¹
Energy
1h19
3.25 kWh
1h09
2.65 kWh
¹ For single-phase 230 V connections, the programme duration will be longer.
Programme sequence/Consumption data
Capacity
Residual moisture
Programme duration
Energy
6 kg
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0h10 to 1h30
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2.5 kg
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0h10
0.02 kWh
1 kg
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0h03
0.05 kWh
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Additional functions
Function/Symbol
Delayed start
Gentle
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Use
Take advantage of cheap-rate electricity (delayed start period
of between 1 and 24 hours). During shut-off periods, which
are determined by the local electricity supplier, the delayed
start time is extended by the length of time the electricity was
shut off. This is not shown in the display.
Gentle drying for mixed fabrics, e. g. shirts, pullovers, T-shirts.
The drying temperature and level of dryness are reduced.
Max. load
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2.5 kg
User settings
You can change certain appliance settings to suit your own preferences. Settings can
be changed irrespective of whether the appliance door is open or closed, provided
no drying programme is running. The procedure is generally the same for all settings.
Accessing the configuration mode
A
Hold the
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button depressed for 5 seconds.
appears in the digital display.
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Press the
A
Press the
button to change the configuration.
– Any changes are taken over automatically and must not be confirmed.
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To exit the configuration mode, press the
play goes dark.
button repeatedly to see the various settings.
button repeatedly until the digital dis-
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Childproof lock
The childproof lock is to prevent children accidentally starting or stopping a programme. When «Childproof lock ON» is activated, a programme can only be started
by pressing two buttons simultaneously.
Switching the childproof lock ON/OFF
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Hold the
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button depressed for 5 seconds.
appears in the digital display.
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Press the
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button 1×.
appears in the digital display for childproof lock OFF (factory setting).
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Press the
–
button to change the setting.
appears in the digital display for childproof lock ON.
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To exit the configuration mode, press the
display goes dark.
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button repeatedly until the digital
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Level of dryness
If the washing is not being dried sufficiently, the level of dryness can be reset. This
setting should only be changed if the washing is still damp after running the «Extra dry»
programme.
Switching the level of dryness ON/OFF
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Hold the
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button depressed for 5 seconds.
appears in the digital display.
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Press the
button 2×.
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appears in the digital display if the level of dryness is OFF (factory
setting).
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Press the
–
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To exit the configuration mode, press the
display goes dark.
button to change the setting.
appears in the digital display when the level of dryness is set to ON.
button repeatedly until the digital
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Drying
Preparing the appliance
A
Plug the appliance in at the mains or turn the
wall switch on.
Loading the appliance
A
Open the appliance door (press middle of lock
side of appliance door at the edge).
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Loosely load wet washing items one by one into
the appliance.
Maximum dry load capacity is 6 kg and for the
«Gentle» drying programme 2.5 kg.
Do not fill drum more than half full.
Large blankets, in particular, need plenty of
room to tumble.
When you close the appliance door, check
that no items of washing are trapped.
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Close the appliance door (pushing firmly to).
– The programme selection indicator lights
flash.
– The programme can now be selected.
If no programme selection is made within 15 seconds, the indicator lights and digital display go out.
However, it is still possible to make a programme
selection.
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Programme selection
To start drying, first select a programme and then select any additional functions (i.e.
delayed start, gentle) you require.
If no buttons are pressed within 15 seconds, the drying programme selected
starts automatically.
If
appears in the digital display after pressing a button, this indicates that the
childproof lock is activated.
Use the 'Programme overview' to determine which programme is the most suitable for your washing.
Duration remaining indicator
During programme selection, the maximum programme duration is shown. This corresponds to a wash load containing similar wash items.
For non-delicate textiles, the actual running time may differ from the duration
shown. The time remaining shown – especially towards the end of the programme – can freeze for several minutes.
– Once the programme starts, «h» flashes in the digital display for around one
minute. The likely duration is determined and shown.
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Automatic programmes
A
Close the appliance door.
– The indicator lights for the
and
min
buttons flash.
min
A
Press the
button repeatedly until the indicator light for the required programme
illuminates.
– The maximum duration (hours/minutes) appears in the digital display. One
minute after the programme has started the likely duration is shown.
– The indicator light for the «Gentle» drying function flashes for 15 seconds.
During these 15 seconds it is possible to select a different drying programme.
In which case, all additional programmes selected are cancelled and must be
reselected.
Energy saving mode with the «vented» model
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On reaching the required automatic programme, hold the
button depressed
for 3 seconds.
– The energy saving mode is selected.
– The drying temperature is lowered significantly and the fresh air intake is also
used to dry the washing.
– The programme duration is extended significantly.
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Energy saving mode with the «condenser» model
Do not use for drying delicate fabrics.
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On reaching the required automatic programme, hold the
button depressed
for 3 seconds.
– The energy saving mode is selected.
– The programme duration is shortened as the washing is dried at a higher
temperature.
Timed drying
A
Close the appliance door.
– The indicator lights for the
and
min
buttons flash.
min
A
Press the
A
Press repeatedly to select programme duration, i.e. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 or
90 minutes.
– The programme duration selected is displayed.
– The indicator light for the «Gentle» drying function flashes for 15 seconds.
min
button.
The programme duration always includes a 10-minute «Cool down/Airing»
phase.
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Selecting «Gentle» drying
A
When the indicator light flashes, press the
button.
– The new maximum duration of the programme is shown in the digital display.
One minute after the programme has started its likely duration appears.
Delayed start
A
Select a drying programme.
A
Hold the
24 hours).
button depressed to set the delayed start time required (max.
min
– After the delayed start period is up, the drying programme selected starts automatically. The likely duration is displayed again.
During the delayed start, the time remaining to the delayed start can be shortened (in hourly intervals) by repeatedly pressing the
button.
Items of washing may be added at any time during the delayed start period.
A
Open the appliance door.
– The time remaining to the delayed start flashes in the digital display.
A
Load the washing and then close the appliance door (pushing firmly to).
– The indicator light for the programme selected illuminates and that for the
button flashes.
A
Press the flashing selection button.
– The countdown to the delayed start continues.
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Changing selection
During programme selection
A
Press the selection button.
– The next drying programme is selected.
– All selected settings are cancelled.
Once a programme has started, it is no longer possible to change it. The programme must be aborted.
Interrupting a programme
A running programme can be interrupted at any time, for example to add another item
of washing to the appliance or to take an item out before time.
A
Open the appliance door.
– The duration remaining or the delayed start time flashes in the digital display.
A
Close the appliance door (pushing firmly to).
– The indicator light for the programme selected illuminates and the
flashes.
A
button
Press the
button.
– The drying process continues
If the appliance is warm, it will take about a minute for the drying process to
start. This ensures the temperature balance in the drum.
Aborting a programme
A
Press the
button.
– Aborts a running programme. All selected settings are cancelled.
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Programme selection with childproof lock activated
A
Close the appliance door.
– When the childproof lock is activated,
– The indicator lights for the
and
min
A
Hold the
appears in the digital display.
buttons flash.
button depressed and at the same time press the
or
min
button.
min
The childproof lock has been overridden. The appliance can be operated
without further regard to the childproof lock until the programme starts.
Aborting a programme
A
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Hold the
button depressed, then press the flashing
button.
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End of programme
The indicator light for the finished programme illuminates and the indicator light for
the
button flashes.
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appears in the digital display.
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The «Crease-guard programme» starts if the appliance is not unloaded straightaway.
When the programme has finished, the indicator lights and digital display go out.
Unloading the washing
A
Open the appliance door.
– The indicator lights and digital display go
off.
A
Unload the washing.
If the appliance door is opened during the «Cool
down» phase, the programme is aborted and the
indicator lights and digital display go out.
When you have finished washing for the day
A
A
Switch off the appliance at the wall or pull the
plug out of the mains socket.
Clean the door filter.
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Care and maintenance
Cleaning the exterior of the appliance
From time to time, wipe the outside of the appliance with a damp cloth and polish dry.
Buildup of fluff
Fluff is made up of fine textile fibres that largely come from the manufacturing process
(new items), from wear and tear during use and from items being washed. Fluff is not
caused by excessive strain on the washing in the appliance. Even when washing is
hung out to dry on a washing line, fluff is shed when the washing is shaken out or
ironed.
Fluff sticks to washing when it is wet. But when a warm air flow dries the washing, the
fluff is released and gets trapped in the door filter. This is why there is always a buildup of fluff in the filter – sometimes more, sometimes less depending on the type of
washing – after tumble drying. The degree of dryness of the washing also plays a role.
If the washing is overdried, there will be a greater build-up of fluff in the filter than if
the washing were only dried to the stage of being damp and ready to iron.
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Cleaning the door filter
Clean the door filter each time after tumble drying and whenever the
message appears.
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Open the appliance door.
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Lift the door filter 1 out.
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Remove any fluff.
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Replace the door filter, ensuring it is
positioned correctly.
error
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Do not disregard an
error message. Failure to observe the error message could lead to a «F 9» error message, which only a service technician
can resolve.
The appliance will not start without the door filter in place.
Removing deposits
Over time, deposits can clog up the door filter.
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Hold the filter against the light to see the deposits.
In the case of a stronger build-up of deposits, wet the door filter to clean.
A
Clean the filter using cleaning vinegar (possibly leaving the filter to soak) and a
brush.
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Rinse the filter under running water and allow to drip dry.
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Cleaning the condenser
Check the condenser periodically for any build-up of fluff, cleaning it if necessary.
Removing and replacing the condenser
A
Open the appliance door.
A
Open the cover 1 by pressing the
release latch 2.
A
Turn the lever 3 upwards and remove the condenser 4 using the
grip 5.
2
4
Rinse and brush off the fluff. (If nec- 5
essary, soak in water. Do not
scratch clean with a tool!).
1
A Also rinse the spaces between the
plates thoroughly with water, removing all fluff.
A
A
Clean the space housing the
condenser.
A
Push condenser 4 back into position and turn the lever 3
downwards.
A
Close the cover 1 again.
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3
… Care and maintenance
Cleaning the moisture sensor
The moisture sensor detects the level of moisture in the washing. If the moisture sensor
is dirty, it may produce false readings. If the A3 error message appears, clean the
moisture sensor.
A
Open the appliance door.
A
Check the moisture sensor 1 for any fluff
or foreign objects.
A
Clean the moisture sensor with a damp
cloth and rub dry.
1
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Troubleshooting
Press the
button to clear the digital display and the indicator lights, and start a
new programme.
What to do if ...
…
flashes in the digital display
Possible cause
䡲
Solution
Drain hose is blocked,
kinked or defective.
…
Check the part of the hose that is not housed in
the appliance.
A Restart the programme.
A If the error message appears again, note down
the error number and then turn off the power
supply.
A Call Customer Services.
A
flashes in the digital display
Possible cause
Solution
䡲
Appliance door is open.
A
Close the appliance door.
䡲
Door filter is missing.
A
Insert the door filter (ensure it is positioned
correctly).
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… Trouble-shooting
…
flashes in the digital display
Possible cause
䡲
Solution
Condenser missing or fitted A Fit the condenser correctly and lock in position.
incorrectly.
A Close the cover.
…
flashes in the digital display
Possible cause
䡲
Solution
Moisture sensor is dirty or
wet.
…
Check and clean the moisture sensor.
flashes in the digital display
Possible cause
䡲
A
Repeatedly pressing the
or
button without
regard to the fact that the
childproof lock has been
activated.
min
Solution
A
Hold the
button depressed and at the same
time press the
or
button.
The childproof lock has been overridden. The
appliance can be operated without further regard to the childproof lock until the programme
starts.
min
35
… Trouble-shooting
…
flashes in the digital display
Possible cause
Solution
䡲
Door filter is blocked.
A
Clean the door filter.
䡲
Condenser is blocked.
A
Clean the condenser.
䡲
Air extraction duct is
blocked.
A
Clean the air extraction duct.
Do not disregard an
error message. Failure to observe the error message could lead to a «F 9» error message, which only a service technician can
resolve and involves costs.
…
flashes in the digital display
Possible cause
䡲
Various situations can lead
to a «F» error message.
Solution
A
A
A
A
A
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Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
Turn the power supply off for about 1 minute.
Turn the power supply back on again and select
a programme.
If the error message appears again, note down
the error number and then turn off the power
supply.
Call Customer Services.
… Trouble-shooting
… the appliance will not start
Possible cause
Solution
䡲
Appliance door is not shut. A Close appliance door.
䡲
Door filter is missing.
A
Insert door filter.
䡲
Condenser is missing.
A
Insert condenser.
䡲
Interruption in power
supply.
A
…
illuminates in the digital display
Possible cause
䡲
Solution
Childproof lock has been
activated.
...
See operation with childproof lock activated.
A Deactivate childproof lock.
A
flashes in the digital display
Possible cause
䡲
Plug in at mains.
A Turn mains switch on.
A Check fuses.
Solution
Faulty electrical connection. A Note down the error number and then switch off
the power supply.
A Have the electrical connection checked by an
electrician.
A Call Customer Services.
37
… Trouble-shooting
… after loading the washing and closing the appliance door, the
button flashes and an indicator light illuminates
Possible cause
䡲
Interrupting the previous
programme.
Solution
Press the
button.
A Select a new programme.
A
… the washing is not dry enough
Possible cause
Solution
Load contained mixed
fabrics.
䡲 Longer power failure while
programme was running.
A
䡲
…
Select longer programme.
Select «Timed drying».
A If the washing is still damp after running the
«Extra dry» programme, reset the level of
dryness.
A
the programme takes significantly longer than indicated in the
display
Possible cause
Solution
䡲
Door filter is blocked.
A
Clean door filter.
䡲
Very wet washing.
A
Spin washing at a higher speed (rpm).
䡲
Ambient temperature is too
high.
A
Improve circulation and ventilation of air in the
room.
38
… Trouble-shooting
… the washing is charged with static electricity
Possible cause
䡲
Solution
Wash items that are made
of man-made fibres.
...
flashes in the digital display
Possible cause
䡲
Static charge is a normal characteristic of manmade fibres and nothing to do with the appliance.
Solution
The appliance is determin- This is standard at the beginning of a programme.
ing the likely duration of the
programme.
... the duration remaining indicator remains frozen for a longer
period
Possible cause
Solution
䡲
Not reached level of dryness required
This is not a malfunction. No action necessary.
Once level of dryness required is reached, the duration remaining indicator will run automatically
again
䡲
Wash load very mixed (es- This is not a malfunction. No action necessary. The
duration remaining indicator will run automatically
pecially with heavier
in a while.
textiles)
䡲
Build-up of fluff in filters
A
Clean after drying process
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Drying tips
Fabric care symbols
To select the right drying programme, follow the fabric care symbols on garment
labels.
Tumble dry, medium heat
Tumble dry, low heat
Do not tumble dry
40
… Drying tips
General tips
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
䡲
Avoid using fabric conditioner or any other fabric care solutions. Tumble drying
automatically leaves fabrics soft and fluffy.
The use of fabric conditioner in the wash can lead over time to the formation of a
thin, barely visible film in the drum and on the moisture sensors. This can cause the
appliance to malfunction so that it is no longer possible to dry the washing to the
level of dryness required.
Use tumbler dryer sheets sparingly.
Spin washing well before tumble drying.
Well-spun washing requires a shorter drying time, saving energy. Tumble drying
largely removes creases that come from spinning in the washing machine.
Sort washing by type and size. Small, light items of washing dry faster.
Protect items of washing from getting damaged by buttoning up duvet and pillow
cases, closing zips and hook and eye fasteners, and fastening cloth belts and
apron ties.
When drying fabrics that crease easily, put only a few items of washing in the
drum.
Follow the fabric care symbols on garment labels carefully, especially for bulky
items (e. g. sleeping bags, duvets etc.).
For wool textiles and silk, follow the fabric care symbols on garment labels. Woollen textiles and silk often carry the «Do not tumble dry» label.
For easy-care fabrics (e. g. shirts and cotton mixed fabrics), select the «Gentle» drying function using the
button and put only a few items in the drum.
Knitted and woven items (e. g. T-shirts) tend to shrink. Press the
button to select
«Gentle» drying.
Items of clothing with metal fasteners (e. g. overalls) should be tumble dried using
the «Timed drying» programme. The metal fasteners could cause the washing to
be overdried in the «Automatic programme».
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Technical data
Dimensions
Height:
85 cm
Width:
60 cm
Depth:
60 cm
Weight:
48 kg
Dry load capacity:
6 kg
Electrical connection
Voltage:
400 V 2N~ 50 Hz
Rated load:
3100 W
Fuse:
10 A
or
Voltage:
230 V~ 50 Hz
Rated load:
2300 W
Fuse:
10 A
Spare parts
Please give model no. and exact description when ordering parts.
Door filter
Quick operating instructions
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… Technical data
Note for testing institutes
Electrical connection:
400 V 2N~ 50 Hz, 10 A, 3100 W
Standard programme according to EN 61121
䡲
Cotton, standard dry, 6 kg load capacity
Select the automatic programme «Standard dry» and the energy saving mode.
(On reaching the programme, hold the
button depressed for 3 seconds).
䡲
Cotton, damp, ready to iron, 6 kg load capacity
Select the automatic programme «Damp, ready to iron».
䡲
Easy-care fabric, standard dry, 2.5 kg load capacity
Select the automatic programme «Standard dry» and at the same time depress the
button.
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Disposal
Packaging
䡲
All packaging materials (cardboard, plastic film (PE) and polystyrene (EPS)) are
marked accordingly and should, if possible, be collected for recycling and disposed of in an environmentally friendly way.
Disconnection
䡲
Disconnect the appliance from the mains. With a fixed appliance, this is to be carried out by a qualified electrician!
Safety
To prevent accidents caused by improper use, especially through children playing,
disable the appliance.
䡲 Pull the plug out of the mains socket or have the appliance disconnected from the
mains by a qualified electrician. Then cut the mains cable.
䡲 Remove or disable the lock on the appliance door.
䡲
Disposal
䡲
The old appliance should not be discarded as worthless rubbish. If disposed of
correctly, the raw materials can be recovered for recycling.
The
symbol on the identification plate warns that the appliance may not be
disposed of in normal household waste.
䡲 The appliance must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations on waste
disposal.
For more information on the handling, disposal and recycling of this product,
please contact the local authorities, the local recycling facilities for household
waste or the retailer from whom you purchased this appliance.
䡲
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Index
A
Aborting a programme ............... 27
Accessories
Ordering ............................. 47
Additional functions.................... 18
Air extraction duct...................... 10
Air grille................................... 10
Airing ................................ 13, 16
Appliance description................... 9
Automatic programmes ......... 14, 24
C
Care .......................................
Changing selection ....................
Childproof lock .........................
Cleaning
Condenser...........................
Exterior................................
Filter in door.........................
Moisture sensor.....................
Condensate water outlet .............
Condenser ...............................
Construction .............................
Consumption data .....................
Cool down...............................
Cover......................................
Crease guard ...........................
Crease-guard programme ...........
30
27
20
32
30
31
33
10
32
10
15
13
10
13
14
D
Damp ...................................... 14
Damp, ready to iron................... 14
Delayed start....................... 18, 26
Dimensions ............................... 42
Disconnection ........................... 44
Display element ......................... 11
Disposal................................... 44
Drying ............................... 13, 22
Drying result.............................. 38
Drying tips ................................ 40
Duration remaining indicator ........ 23
Duration remaining indicator
frozen...................................... 39
E
Energy saving mode
Condenser model............ 16,
Vented model ................. 14,
Error message
- - - - Childproof lock ..............
A0 Check drain hose.............
A1 Appliance door/door filter.
A2 Condenser missing ...........
A3 Moisture sensor dirty .........
A4 Childproof lock activated...
A9 Clean filter in door ...........
F... Call Customer Services .....
U0 Faulty electrical connection
Extra dry ..................................
25
24
37
34
34
35
35
35
36
36
37
14
45
… Index
F
F... Call Customer Services .........
Fabric care symbols...................
Fabric conditioner .....................
Finished washing for the day .......
Fluff build-up.............................
Fluffing programme....................
36
40
41
29
30
16
G
Gentle drying ..................... 18, 26
I
Identification plate ............... 10, 47
Indicator lights .......................... 12
Interrupting a programme............ 27
L
Level of dryness
Display ............................... 12
Setting ................................ 21
M
Maintenance ............................ 30
Malfunction .............................. 47
O
Operating element .................... 11
Orders .................................... 47
P
Packaging ...............................
Programme
End of ................................
Selection.............................
Sequence...................... 13,
Taking too long ....................
44
29
23
15
38
Q
Queries ................................... 47
Quick instructions ...................... 48
46
R
Removing deposits in door filter.... 31
Repair service ........................... 47
S
Safety ..................................... 44
Safety precautions
Before using for the first time ..... 5
Children in the home ............... 7
Correct use............................ 6
Maintenance ......................... 8
Note on use .......................... 7
Service agreement ..................... 47
Service centre ........................... 47
Setting up the appliance ............. 22
Spare parts .............................. 42
Ordering............................. 47
Special programmes .................. 16
Symbols..................................... 2
T
Technical data ..........................
Testing institutes
Note for..............................
Timed drying ............................
Trouble-shooting ........................
Tumbler dryer sheets...................
42
43
16
34
41
U
User settings ............................. 19
Using for the first time ................... 5
W
Washing
Loading .............................. 22
Static charge ....................... 39
Unloading ........................... 29
Repair service
The 'Trouble-shooting' section will help you to carry out small repairs yourself,
saving you the time and trouble of calling out a service engineer and the cost
that goes along with it.
Whether you contact us for repairs or orders, please always state the serial number
(FN) and the name of the appliance. Enter these details below and also on the service
sticker which comes with the appliance. Stick it in a conspicuous place or in your telephone or address book.
FN
Appliance
You will also find the same details on the certificate of guarantee, the original sales
invoice and the identification plate of the appliance.
A
Open the appliance door.
A
Open the cover.
– The identification plate is located bottom right.
If the appliance is not working properly, contact your nearest V-ZUG Ltd service centre
using freephone 0800 850 850 and stand in close proximity to the appliance.
Queries, orders, service agreement
For administrative or technical queries or problems, as well as for ordering spare parts
and accessories, please contact our head office in Zug on tel. 041 767 67 67.
As regards the maintenance of all our products, when the warranty expires you have
the option of taking out a service agreement. We will be happy to send you the necessary forms.
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Quick instructions
Please first read the safety precautions in these operating
instructions!
A
Open the appliance door
A
Load the washing
A
Close the appliance door
A
Select a programme
A
Select any additional functions, if required
A
Appliance starts automatically after about 15 seconds
A
Unload the dry washing when the indicator light for the
A
Maintenance of appliance: clean filter in door/condenser
A
Close the appliance door
VZUG Ltd
Industriestrasse 66, 6301 Zug
Tel. 041 767 67 67, Fax 041 767 61 61
[email protected], www.vzug.ch
Service Centre: Tel. 0800 850 850
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