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5
4
Two-part fluff
filter
Remove the laundry and switch off
the dryer
End of the programme ...
Interrupt the programme
Air inlet
M1 (Memory 1)
M2 (Memory 2)
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1
Saves or calls
individual settings
W 3 sec.
end signal, button signal,
auto power-off and Language
'Child lock
Activate/deactivate a Press the two selection buttons >ü>
at the same time and hold them for 3 seconds.
2
Change the functions in the display using the buttons ? >
9ü
C/board dry extra, +cC/board dry, |cIron dry
(Drying target)
(Easy-Iron) Reduced ironing function can be set up to
120 minutes
(Finished in) Time delay
¬ (Options)
Ï÷Spin Speed, Ð÷Adjust drying level, ÷low heat Further information can be found on page 5
Drying
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2
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Open the door or press the $ (START/PAUSE) button;
the drying cycle is cancelled.
Add or remove laundry and close the door.
If required, select a new programme and additional
functions. Press the $ (START/PAUSE) button.
The (Finished in) time is updated after a few minutes.
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W 3 sec.
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WT260100
*1289673*
Gaggenau Hausgeräte GmbH
Carl-Wery-Str. 34
81739 München / Deutschland
9704 / 9001289673
No down filling.
Easy-to-dry textiles.
Dry non-quilted fabrics separately.
Fabrics with down filling
Functional clothing made of microfibre
Synthetic fibres, light cotton or mixed fabrics
Fabrics made from jeans/denim
Large quilted fabrics containing synthetic fibres
Terry-towelling laundry e.g. towels and bathrobes
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– Before drying, spin the laundry in the washing machine a the higher the spin speed, the
shorter the drying time will be, thus less energy is consumed. Also spin easy-care laundry.
– Use the maximum recommended capacity, but do not exceed ita Programme overview,
Page 7.
– Make sure the room is well ventilated during drying.
– Clean the fluff filters after every drying cycle aCleaning the fluff filters, Page 4.
– Keep the supply of cool air unobstructed a Do not cover or block the air inlet.
1.5 kg
2 kg
2 kg
6 kg
2 kg
3.5 kg
Select the
$ (START/PAUSE)
button
M1 / M2
(Memory 1/2)
Environmental protection / Energy-saving tips
1.5 kg
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3. Remove any fluff,
rinse both fluff filters
under running water
and dry thoroughly.
4. Fold the fluff filters
closed, put them
back together and reinsert into the appliance.
Ï÷Spin Speed: The spin speed that was used for the spin in the washing machine a used
exclusively to display the anticipated drying time ((Finished in) time) more precisely.
Ð÷Adjust drying level: The drying result (e.g. C/board dry) can be increased in three stages
(+1 - max. +3); exception: Timer programmea default setting = 0. After one programme has
been finely adjusted, the setting is retained for the others.
÷low heat: Reduced temperature for delicate fabrics ', e.g. polyacrylic, polyamide or
elastane, with a longer drying time.
For saving individual programme settings that are used frequently. Use the programme
selector to select the required programme. Press and hold the M1 / M2 (Memory 1/2) button
for 3 seconds until the required programme has been saved.
To select the saved programme, briefly press the M1 / M2 (Memory 1/2) button. The
programme that is called from M1 / M2 (Memory 1/2) is displayed on the display panel.
end signal, button signal, auto power-off and Language. Press and hold buttons W 3 sec.
for 3 seconds in order to access the menu.
end signal/button signal: The signal volume level can be selected: off - quiet - medium - loud
- very loud.
auto power-off: Activate/deactivate by pressing the W 3 sec. buttons.
The dryer automatically switches off, depending on your selection, after 15, 30
or 60 minutes. The setting is active after (Easy-Iron) or end of programme.
Language: Select the required language.
SHIRTS
BLOUSES
DOWNS
OUTDOOR
SUPER 40
JEANS
BLANKETS
TOWELS
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¬](Options)
COLD
WARM
Close the door
Display panel / Buttons
1. Open the door. Remove fluff from the
door/door area.
2. Pull out the inner
and outer fluff filter
and open them out.
– To ensure a consistent drying result, sort the laundry by fabric type and drying programme.
– Always dry very small fabrics (e.g. baby socks) together with large items of laundry
(e.g. towels).
– Close zips, hooks and eyelets, and button up covers. Tie cloth belts, apron strings, etc.
together or use a laundry bag.
– Do not over-dry easy-care laundry a Risk of creasing. Allow laundry to finish drying in
the air.
– Do not iron laundry immediately after drying; fold items up and leave for a while
a residual moisture will then be distributed evenly.
– Knitted fabrics (e.g. T-shirts, jerseys) often shrink slightly the first time they are tumble-dried.
a Do not use the C/board dry extra programme.
– Starched laundry is not always suitable for dryers a starch leaves behind a coating that
reduces the drying effect.
– When washing laundry that is to be tumble-dried afterwards, use the correct amount of
fabric softener as specified in the manufacturer's instructions.
– With a small load, use the Timed programme.
1 kg
1
Drying tips
WOOL IN BASKET
Programme selector / Off
Open the door/load the laundry/
press the programme selector/
set the programme
(Finished in)
The fluff filter consists of two parts.
Clean the inner and outer fluff filter after
every drying cycle.
Do not tumble-dry the following fabrics:
– Non-breathable fabrics (e.g. rubber-coated).
– Delicate materials (silk, curtains made from synthetic material) a these may crease.
– Oil-stained laundry.
Use with separate basket only asee the woollens basket
description.
Hand or machine-washable fabrics made of wool or containing Use with separate basket only asee the woollens basket
wool
description.
For refreshing or airing
All types of fabric except for wool and silk
For pre-dried, multi-layered fabrics or small, individual items
of laundry. Also for subsequent drying.
Shirts and blouses made of cotton and blended fabrics
Creasing is reduced. Not completely dried.
Clean fluff filters reduce energy consumption.
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The dryer is switched on and off by pressing
the button in the centre of the programme selector.
Select the programme by turning the outer ring on the programme
selector (the selector can be turned in both directions).
The selected programme is displayed.
(Easy-Iron)
Select the dryness level (e.g. C/board dry) or the drying time (20 mins up to 3 hrs: 30 mins.,
depending on the model and programme).
 C/board Dry Extra: For laundry with thick, multi-layered parts.
+ C/board dry: For single-layered laundry.
|cIron Dry: The condition of the laundry means it is suitable for ironing (iron clothes in
order to avoid creases).
After the programme finishes, the drum moves at regular intervals to prevent creases.
Automatic reduced ironing function can be set in 30-minute intervals up to 120 minutes.
The standard setting for each programme is 60 minutes.
When a programme is selected, the anticipated drying time for the maximum load is displayed.
While drying, the moisture sensors detect the actual load and correct the programme length.
This is shown in the display by jumps in the (Finished in) time.
The (Finished in) time can be delayed in one-hour steps, up to a maximum of 24 hours.
Press the (Finished in) button repeatedly until the required number of hours is displayed
(h=hour).
Ï÷Spin Speed; Ð÷Adjust drying level; ÷low heat
Depending on the selected programme, it may not be possible to select individual options.
1 pair
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Clean the fluff filters
See programme overview on page 7.
See also separate instructions for “basket for woollens”
(depending on the model)
Programmes / Fabrics
Detailed overview of the programmes and fabrics
aProgramme overview, Page 7.
Observe the care information on the care label.
Dryness level, timer programming and options can be
individually selected depending on the selected programme
and the progress of the programme.
COTTONS
Hard-wearing fabrics
EASY CARE
Fabrics made from synthetic or
blended fabrics
MIX
A mixed load of fabrics made of cotton
or synthetic fabrics
SHOES IN BASKET Shoes
WOOL IN BASKET Woollen fabrics that are suitable
for use in washers.
COLD
All types of fabric except for wool
and silk.
WARM
SHIRTS
Shirts and blouses made of cotton
BLOUSES
and blended fabrics
DOWNS
Fabrics with down filling
OUTDOOR
Functional clothing made of microfibre
SUPER 40
Synthetic fibres, light cotton or mixed
fabrics
JEANS
Fabrics made from jeans/denim
BLANKETS
Large quilted fabrics containing
synthetic fibres
TOWELS
Terry-towelling laundry e.g. towels
and bathrobes
Door
9 (Drying target)
hcSuitable for tumble drying
(cDry at normal temperature.
'cDry at low temperature.
)cDo not tumble dry.
3.5 kg
3.5 kg
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Remove all items from pockets.
Check for cigarette lighters.
The drum must be empty prior to loading.
Fascia panel
Buttons
Follow the manufacturer's care information.
EASY CARE
MIX
SHOES IN BASKET
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Condensate
container with filter
Labelling of fabrics
Clean the fluff filters a Page 4.
Empty the condensate container a Page 4 and/or clean the filter in the condensate container
a Installation and maintenance instructions, Page 3.
Automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger. Do not empty the condensate container while this
is displayed.
Hard-wearing fabrics, boil-resistant fabrics made of cotton or
linen
Fabrics made from synthetic or blended fabrics
A mixed load of fabrics made of cotton and synthetic fabrics
Shoes
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display panel and buttons . . . . . . . .
Notes on laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview of programmes . . . . . . . .
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . .
Consumption rates . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Normal noises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What to do if ... / After-sales service.
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sort the laundry
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Please clean lint filter
Please empty
condensate container
Heat exchanger is
being rinsed
8 kg
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Connect the
mains plug
Display panel
COTTONS
Contents
Make sure your hands are dry.
Hold the plug only.
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Options and Notes
For further information about our products, accessories, spare parts
and services, please visit: www.gaggenau.com
Inspect the
dryer
Information on laundry ...
Type of Fabric
Environmentally-responsible disposal This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive
2012/19/EU concerning used electrical and electronic appliances
(waste electrical and electronic equipment - WEEE).
The guideline determines the framework for the return and recycling
of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU
Never start the dryer if it is damaged.
Inform your after-sales service.
Display panel and buttons
By default, the condensation from the appliance runs into
the condensation container.
Alternatively, you have the option of discharging the
condensation water (into the waste-water system via a drain
hose) supplied depending on the model. If you choose to
discharge the condensation water into the waste-water
system, you will not need to empty the condensation
container during the drying programme or after each time
you use the dryer.
1. Remove the container, holding it level.
2. Pour out the condensation. Push the container back in
until it clicks into place.
You must also observe the a Installation and maintenance
instructions, Page 3.
Max.
ʋ For domestic use only.
ʋ Only to be used for drying fabrics that have been
washed with water.
Keep children younger than 3 years old away
from the dryer.
Do not let children make the cleaning and
maintenance work on the dryer without supervision.
Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer.
Keep pets away from the dryer.
The dryer can be operated by children 8 years old
and older, by persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental abilities and by persons with
insufficient experience or knowledge if they are
supervised or have been instructed in its use by
a responsible adult.
This appliance is intended for use up to a maximum
height of 4000 metres above sea level.
Empty the condensate container
Programmes
Congratulations – you have chosen to buy a modern, high-quality
Gaggenau domestic appliance.
A distinctive feature of the condensation dryer with heat pump and
automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger is its low energy
consumption.
Every dryer which leaves our factory is carefully checked to ensure
that it functions correctly and is in perfect condition.
Should you have any questions, our after-sales service will be
pleased to help.
Drying
Installation aInstallation and maintenance instructions, Page 1
a Sort the laundry according to type of textile and fabric. Fabrics must be suitable for tumble drying
aDryness levels can be individually selected a  C/board dry extra, +cC/board dry and |cIron dry (depending on the model and programme). Degree of
dryness can be finely adjusted (depending on the programme). Multi-layered fabrics require a longer drying time than single-layered items of clothing.
Recommendation: Dry separately.
Intended use
Overview of Programmes a Refer to the table of consumption rates on Page 9 and the notes on Page 6.
Preparation
Your dryer
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Important information...
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Your dryer is designed to be particularly energy efficient. Its technical features include
a refrigeration circuit, which uses energy efficiently in a similar way to a refrigerator.
The dryer's heat exchanger is cleaned automatically during drying.
The fluff filters and filter in the condensate container must be cleaned regularly.
Programme
Never operate the dryer without the fluff filters and without filter in condensate container!
+üC/board Dry*
Fluff filters
Filter in the condensate container
The filter in the condensate container cleans the condensation. This condensation is required
for the automatic cleaning process. The filter should be cleaned regularly under running
water. Empty the condensate container before cleaning the filter a Installation and
maintenance instructions, Page 3.
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Spin speed which
is used for spinning
the laundry
COTTONS
During drying, fluff and hair from the laundry is trapped by the fluff filter. A blocked fluff filter
may impair the heat exchange process.
The fluff filters must therefore be cleaned after every drying cycle.
Rinse regularly under running water a Page 4.
When cleaning the fluff filter, make sure that no foreign material (down, filling material) enters
the air duct opening. If necessary, clean the drum beforehand with a vacuum cleaner.
If foreign material should still enter the air duct a call the after-sales service.
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Normal noises
Consumption values table
Fabrics
Do not dry any fabrics that have come into contact with solvents, oil, wax, grease or paint:
e.g. hair styling products, nail varnish remover, stain remover, cleaning solvent, etc.
Empty all pockets.
Do not dry non-breathable fabrics.
Avoid drying laundry items that produce a lot of fluff.
Woollens should be refreshed or dried using the woollens programme only.
|ücIron Dry*
8 kg
4 kg
8 kg
4 kg
117 min
78 min
1.55 kWh
0.87 kWh
1000 rpm
138 min
92 min
1.93 kWh
1.08ükWh
800 rpm
159 min
106 min
2.24 kWh
1.25ükWh
1400 rpm
84 min
56 min
1.09 kWh
0.61 kWh
1000 rpm
105 min
70 min
1.44 kWh
0.81 kWh
800 rpm
126 min
84 min
1.78 kWh
1.00 kWh
3.5 kg
3.5 kg
800ürpm
46 min
0.52 kWh
600 rpm
60 min
0.66 kWh
The compressor in the dryer may
occasionally generate a humming noise.
The volume and pitch of this may vary
depending on the selected
programmes and the progress of the
drying.
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* Programme setting for testing in accordance with the applicable EN61121 standard.
** The values may differ from those specified, depending on the type of fabric, composition of
laundry to be dried, residual moisture in the laundry, the degree of dryness that has been set,
the amount of laundry being loaded, the environmental conditions, and any additional functions
that have been activated.
The following "standard cottons programme" (identified with ) is suitable for drying normal, wet
cotton laundry and is most efficient in terms of its combined energy consumption for drying wet
cotton laundry.
Standard programme for cottons in accordance with current EU regulation 932/2012
COTTONS + C/board Dry
Load
Energy consumption
Programme duration
8 kg/4 kg
1.93 kWh/1.08 kWh
138 min/92 min
The automatic cleaning process causes
a clicking noise.
Programme setting for testing and energy labelling in accordance with Directive 2010/30/EU.
Power consumption when switched off
0.10 W
Power consumption when ready for use (left-on mode)
0.10 W
Emptying the condensate container aPage 4.
Press any button.
Press the $ (START/PAUSE) button again.
Please empty condensate
container is displayed and the
drying cycle is interrupted.
If the condensation drain hose is connected, check it and,
if necessary, clean it.
Stopper in the condensate container? aseparate
Instructions for condensation drain.
Is the filter in the condensate container dirty? aClean the
filter in the condensate container a Installation and
maintenance instructions, Page 3.
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Most efficient programme for cotton fabrics
Programme + 9 (Drying target)
Please empty condensate
container is displayed.
The compressor in the dryer is ventilated
from time to time, which creates a whirring
sound.
Safety instructions
What to do if ...
If you cannot rectify a fault yourself (e.g. by switching the dryer off/on), please contact our
after-sales service.
We will always find an appropriate solution and will avoid unnecessary visits by engineers.
Trust the expertise of the manufacturer and rest assured that the repair will be carried out
by trained service technicians using original spare parts.
The contact details of your local after-sales service can be found in the enclosed after-sales
service directory:
– GB 0344 892 8988 (Calls charged at local or mobile rate.)
– IE 01450 2655 (0.03 € per minute at peak. Off peak 0.0088 € per minute.)
When contacting the after-sales service, please specify the product number (E-Nr.)
and production number (FD) of your appliance(see inside of door).
Switch the dryer off using the programme selector and unplug the mains plug from
the socket.
During drying, the compressor and the pump generate some noise which is entirely normal.
Energy consumption**
1400 rpm
EASY CARE
+cC/board Dry*
Duration**
What to do if ...
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Laundry is not dried correctly or After the end of the programme, warm laundry feels
is still too damp.
damper than it actually is. Spread the laundry out and
allow the heat to disperse.
Finely adjust the dryness level – this extends the drying
time but does not increase the temperature. Your laundry
will become drier.
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Select a programme with a longer drying time or increase
the drying level. This does not increase the temperature.
Select a time programme for extended drying of laundry
that is still damp.
If you have exceeded the maximum load for the
programme, the laundry may not be dried correctly.
Installation
Mains
connection
Clean the moisture sensor in the drum. A fine layer of
limescale may adversely affect the performance of the
sensors and your washing will not dry properly.
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Drying time too long.
Clean the fluff filters under running water a Page 4.
Insufficient supply of air a Ensure that air can circulate.
Not a fault. If the condensation drain is installed, residual
water remains in the condensate container due to the
dryer's self-cleaning function.
Air inlet may be obstructed? Clear the inlet a Installation
and maintenance instructions, Page 1.
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Please clean lint filter is
displayed.
Clean the fluff filters a Page 4.
Press the $ (START/PAUSE) button again.
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Dryer does not start.
Has the $ (START/PAUSE) button been pressed?
Door closed? Ambient temperature greater
than 5 °C? The optimum ambient temperature for drying
is between 5 °C and 35 °C.
Ambient temperature higher than 35 °C a Ventilate
the room. The optimum ambient temperature for drying is
between 5 °C and 35 °C. Outside of this range, the drying
time may increase.
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Water is leaking out.
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The humidity in the room
increases significantly.
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Power failure.
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Other intermittent noises and
vibrations.
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Drying has been interrupted as a result of a power cut,
because the condensate container is full or because the
maximum drying time has been exceeded.
Residual water in the
condensate container despite
the dryer being connected to
the condensate drain.
Make sure the dryer is level. Push the condensate
container back in until it locks fully into place.
Emergency
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ONLY use
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the dryer...
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The dryer
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must NEVER... –
Hazards
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Operation
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Make sure the room is sufficiently ventilated.
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Heat exchanger is being rinsed Not an error. Automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger.
is displayed in the display panel. Do not empty the condensate container during the
cleaning process.
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Remove the laundry from the dryer immediately and
spread out. This allows the heat to dissipate. Be careful as
the door, the drum and the laundry may be hot.
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Normal noises a Page 10.
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Defect
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The process of pumping the condensation
into the condensate container generates
pumping noises.
Spare parts
Disposal
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Pull the appliance plug out of the socket immediately or disconnect the fuse.
in rooms inside the house.
to dry fabrics.
be used for purposes other than those described above.
be modified in terms of its technology or properties.
The dryer must not be used by children or persons who have not been instructed
in its use.
Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer.
Keep pets away from the dryer.
Remove all objects from pockets, and lighters in particular a Risk of explosion.
Do not lean or sit on the door a Risk of tipping.
Open the door carefully. Hot steam may escape. Fabrics and drum may be hot
aRisk of burns.
Secure loose leads or hoses, otherwise there is a risk of tripping.
Below 0 °C there is a possibility of frost damage.
Connect the dryer to an AC earthed socket according to specifications,
otherwise it cannot be guaranteed that the appliance is completely safe.
The cable cross-section must be sufficient.
Only use earth-leakage circuit breakers with the following symbol:
The appliance plug and socket must be compatible.
Do not use multiple plugs/connectors and/or extension cables.
Do not touch or hold the appliance plug with wet hands a Risk of electric
shock.
Never pull the appliance plug out of the socket by its cable.
Do not damage the mains lead a Risk of electric shock.
Only load the dryer as recommended in the programme descriptions
(Programmes/fabrics, Page 1 and Programme overview, Page 7) . Check the
contents before you switch the dryer on.
Do not use the dryer if the laundry has been in contact with solvents, oil, wax,
grease or paint (e.g. hair styling products, nail varnish remover, stain remover,
cleaning solvent, etc.) a Risk of fire/explosion.
The tumble dryer is not to be used if industrial chemicals have been used for
cleaning.
Dust (e.g. coal dust, flour) poses a danger: Do not use the dryera Risk
of explosion.
Do not turn off the dryer until the drying process ends, unless the laundry will be
removed quickly and spread out, so that the heat can dissipate.
Do not put laundry containing foam material/rubber in the dryer a elastic
material may be destroyed and the dryer may be damaged due to possible
deformation of the foam material.
Light things, such as long hair, may be sucked into the air inlet of the dryer
aRisk of injury.
Final part of a tumble dryer cycle occurs without heat (cool down cycle), to
ensure that the items are left at a temperature that ensures that the items will not
be damaged.
Switch off the dryer once the programme has ended.
The distilled water/water from condensation is not drinking water and may be
contaminated with fluff.
Do not use the dryer if it is defective or if you suspect that it is.
Repairs must only be carried out by the after-sales service.
Do not use the dryer if the mains cable is defective. To avoid danger, only have
the defective mains cable replaced by the after-sales service.
Only use genuine spare parts and accessories for safety reasons.
Dryer: Pull out the appliance plug, then cut off the mains cable from the
appliance. Dispose of the appliance at a municipal waste disposal facility.
Packaging: Keep all packaging out of reach of babies and children a Risk
of suffocation.
The dryer's heat exchanger contains fluorinated greenhouse gas (R407C) in a
hermetically sealed unit a Dispose of this properly. Capacity: 0.290 kg.
Total GWP: 0.514 tCO2.
All materials are environmentally sound and can be reused.
Dispose of in an environmentally-responsible manner.
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Instructions
for installation
and use
en
Tumble dryer
WT 260100
Observe the safety instructions on Page 13.
You must read this instruction manual and the Installation and
maintenance instructions before using the dryer.
To install the condensation drain, follow the Condensation drain
instructions (provided separately)!
Preparation
Your dryer
Intended use
Congratulations – you have chosen to buy a modern, high-quality
Gaggenau domestic appliance.
A distinctive feature of the condensation dryer with heat pump and
automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger is its low energy
consumption.
Every dryer which leaves our factory is carefully checked to ensure
that it functions correctly and is in perfect condition.
Should you have any questions, our after-sales service will be
pleased to help.
ʋ For domestic use only.
ʋ Only to be used for drying fabrics that have been
washed with water.
Keep children younger than 3 years old away
from the dryer.
Do not let children make the cleaning and
maintenance work on the dryer without supervision.
Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer.
Keep pets away from the dryer.
The dryer can be operated by children 8 years old
and older, by persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental abilities and by persons with
insufficient experience or knowledge if they are
supervised or have been instructed in its use by
a responsible adult.
This appliance is intended for use up to a maximum
height of 4000 metres above sea level.
Environmentally-responsible disposal This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive
2012/19/EU concerning used electrical and electronic appliances
(waste electrical and electronic equipment - WEEE).
The guideline determines the framework for the return and recycling
of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU
For further information about our products, accessories, spare parts
and services, please visit: www.gaggenau.com
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Page
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3/4
Display panel and buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Notes on laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Overview of programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Consumption rates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Normal noises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
What to do if ... / After-sales service. . . . . 11/12
Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Installation aInstallation and maint
Never star
Inform you
Programmes / Fabrics
Detailed overview of the programmes and fabrics
aProgramme overview, Page 7.
Observe the care information on the care label.
Dryness level, timer programming and options can be
individually selected depending on the selected programme
and the progress of the programme.
COTTONS
Hard-wearing fabrics
EASY CARE
Fabrics made from synthetic or
blended fabrics
MIX
A mixed load of fabrics made of cotton
or synthetic fabrics
SHOES IN BASKET Shoes
WOOL IN BASKET Woollen fabrics that are suitable
for use in washers.
COLD
All types of fabric except for wool
and silk.
WARM
SHIRTS
Shirts and blouses made of cotton
BLOUSES
and blended fabrics
DOWNS
Fabrics with down filling
OUTDOOR
Functional clothing made of microfibre
SUPER 40
Synthetic fibres, light cotton or mixed
fabrics
JEANS
Fabrics made from jeans/denim
BLANKETS
Large quilted fabrics containing
synthetic fibres
TOWELS
Terry-towelling laundry e.g. towels
and bathrobes
The dryer is switched on and off by pressing
the button in the centre of the programme selector.
Select the programme by turning the outer ring on the programm
selector (the selector can be turned in both directions).
The selected programme is displayed.
Programme selector / Off
Display
}
1
M1 (Memory 1)
M2 (Memory 2)
}
Saves or calls
individual settings
W
e
a
'Child lock
Activate/deactivate a Press the two selection buttons >ü>
at the same time and hold them for 3 seconds.
2
Drying
tenance instructions, Page 1
rt the dryer if it is damaged.
ur after-sales service.
Empty the condensate container
Inspect the
dryer
Make sure your hands are dry.
Hold the plug only.
7
Connect the
mains plug
Sort the laundry
Condensate
container with filter
Remove all items from pockets.
Check for cigarette lighters.
The drum must be empty prior to loading.
Fascia panel
Door
Clean the fluff filters
See programme overview on page 7.
See also separate instructions for “basket for woollens”
(depending on the model)
me
Clean fluff filters reduce energy consumption.
6
Open the door/load the laundry/
press the programme selector/
set the programme
1
Close the door
2
y panel / Buttons
W 3 sec.
end signal, button signal,
auto power-off and Language
Select the
$ (START/PAUSE)
button
By default, the condensation from the appliance runs into
the condensation container.
Alternatively, you have the option of discharging the
condensation water (into the waste-water system via a drain
hose) supplied depending on the model. If you choose to
discharge the condensation water into the waste-water
system, you will not need to empty the condensation
container during the drying programme or after each time
you use the dryer.
1. Remove the container, holding it level.
2. Pour out the condensation. Push the container back in
until it clicks into place.
You must also observe the a Installation and maintenance
instructions, Page 3.
3
The fluff filter consists of two parts.
Clean the inner and outer fluff filter after
every drying cycle.
1. Open the door. Remove fluff from the
door/door area.
2. Pull out the inner
and outer fluff filter
and open them out.
3. Remove any fluff,
rinse both fluff filters
under running water
and dry thoroughly.
4. Fold the fluff filters
closed, put them
back together and reinsert into the appliance.
5
4
Two-part fluff
filter
Remove the laundry and switch off
the dryer
End of the programme ...
Interrupt the programme
Air inlet
1
Change the functions in the display using the buttons ? >
9ü
C/board dry extra, +cC/board dry, |cIron dry
(Drying target)
(Easy-Iron) Reduced ironing function can be set up to
120 minutes
(Finished in) Time delay
¬ (Options)
Ï÷Spin Speed, Ð÷Adjust drying level, ÷low heat Further information can be found on page 5
Drying
3
2
3
Open the door or press the $ (START/PAUSE) button;
the drying cycle is cancelled.
Add or remove laundry and close the door.
If required, select a new programme and additional
functions. Press the $ (START/PAUSE) button.
The (Finished in) time is updated after a few minutes.
4
Information on laundry ...
Display panel and buttons
ʑ
ʑ
Display panel
Please clean lint filter
Please empty
condensate container
Heat exchanger is
being rinsed
Labelling of fabrics
Clean the fluff filters a Page 4.
Empty the condensate container a Page 4 and/or clean the filter in the condensate container
a Installation and maintenance instructions, Page 3.
Automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger. Do not empty the condensate container while this
is displayed.
Buttons
9 (Drying target)
(Easy-Iron)
(Finished in)
¬](Options)
M1 / M2
(Memory 1/2)
W 3 sec.
Select the dryness level (e.g. C/board dry) or the drying time (20 mins up to 3 hrs: 30 mins.,
depending on the model and programme).
 C/board Dry Extra: For laundry with thick, multi-layered parts.
+ C/board dry: For single-layered laundry.
|cIron Dry: The condition of the laundry means it is suitable for ironing (iron clothes in
order to avoid creases).
After the programme finishes, the drum moves at regular intervals to prevent creases.
Automatic reduced ironing function can be set in 30-minute intervals up to 120 minutes.
The standard setting for each programme is 60 minutes.
When a programme is selected, the anticipated drying time for the maximum load is displayed.
While drying, the moisture sensors detect the actual load and correct the programme length.
This is shown in the display by jumps in the (Finished in) time.
The (Finished in) time can be delayed in one-hour steps, up to a maximum of 24 hours.
Press the (Finished in) button repeatedly until the required number of hours is displayed
(h=hour).
Ï÷Spin Speed; Ð÷Adjust drying level; ÷low heat
Depending on the selected programme, it may not be possible to select individual options.
Ï÷Spin Speed: The spin speed that was used for the spin in the washing machine a used
exclusively to display the anticipated drying time ((Finished in) time) more precisely.
Ð÷Adjust drying level: The drying result (e.g. C/board dry) can be increased in three stages
(+1 - max. +3); exception: Timer programmea default setting = 0. After one programme has
been finely adjusted, the setting is retained for the others.
÷low heat: Reduced temperature for delicate fabrics ', e.g. polyacrylic, polyamide or
elastane, with a longer drying time.
For saving individual programme settings that are used frequently. Use the programme
selector to select the required programme. Press and hold the M1 / M2 (Memory 1/2) button
for 3 seconds until the required programme has been saved.
To select the saved programme, briefly press the M1 / M2 (Memory 1/2) button. The
programme that is called from M1 / M2 (Memory 1/2) is displayed on the display panel.
end signal, button signal, auto power-off and Language. Press and hold buttons W 3 sec.
for 3 seconds in order to access the menu.
end signal/button signal: The signal volume level can be selected: off - quiet - medium - loud
- very loud.
auto power-off: Activate/deactivate by pressing the W 3 sec. buttons.
The dryer automatically switches off, depending on your selection, after 15, 30
or 60 minutes. The setting is active after (Easy-Iron) or end of programme.
Language: Select the required language.
5
Follow the manufacturer's care information.
hcSuitable for tumble drying
(cDry at normal temperature.
'cDry at low temperature.
)cDo not tumble dry.
Do not tumble-dry the following fabrics:
– Non-breathable fabrics (e.g. rubber-coated).
– Delicate materials (silk, curtains made from synthetic material) a these may crease.
– Oil-stained laundry.
Drying tips
– To ensure a consistent drying result, sort the laundry by fabric type and drying programme.
– Always dry very small fabrics (e.g. baby socks) together with large items of laundry
(e.g. towels).
– Close zips, hooks and eyelets, and button up covers. Tie cloth belts, apron strings, etc.
together or use a laundry bag.
– Do not over-dry easy-care laundry a Risk of creasing. Allow laundry to finish drying in
the air.
– Do not iron laundry immediately after drying; fold items up and leave for a while
a residual moisture will then be distributed evenly.
– Knitted fabrics (e.g. T-shirts, jerseys) often shrink slightly the first time they are tumble-dried.
a Do not use the C/board dry extra programme.
– Starched laundry is not always suitable for dryers a starch leaves behind a coating that
reduces the drying effect.
– When washing laundry that is to be tumble-dried afterwards, use the correct amount of
fabric softener as specified in the manufacturer's instructions.
– With a small load, use the Timed programme.
Environmental protection / Energy-saving tips
– Before drying, spin the laundry in the washing machine a the higher the spin speed, the
shorter the drying time will be, thus less energy is consumed. Also spin easy-care laundry.
– Use the maximum recommended capacity, but do not exceed ita Programme overview,
Page 7.
– Make sure the room is well ventilated during drying.
– Clean the fluff filters after every drying cycle aCleaning the fluff filters, Page 4.
– Keep the supply of cool air unobstructed a Do not cover or block the air inlet.
6
7
SHIRTS
BLOUSES
DOWNS
OUTDOOR
SUPER 40
JEANS
BLANKETS
TOWELS
COLD
WARM
WOOL IN BASKET
EASY CARE
MIX
SHOES IN BASKET
COTTONS
Programmes
1.5 kg
2 kg
2 kg
6 kg
2 kg
3.5 kg
1.5 kg
1 kg
1 pair
3.5 kg
3.5 kg
8 kg
Max.
Options and Notes
No down filling.
Gaggenau Hausgeräte GmbH
Carl-Wery-Str. 34
81739 München / Deutschland
Easy-to-dry textiles.
Dry non-quilted fabrics separately.
*1289673*
9704 / 9001289673
Fabrics with down filling
Functional clothing made of microfibre
Synthetic fibres, light cotton or mixed fabrics
Fabrics made from jeans/denim
Large quilted fabrics containing synthetic fibres
Terry-towelling laundry e.g. towels and bathrobes
WT260100
Use with separate basket only asee the woollens basket
description.
Hand or machine-washable fabrics made of wool or containing Use with separate basket only asee the woollens basket
wool
description.
For refreshing or airing
All types of fabric except for wool and silk
For pre-dried, multi-layered fabrics or small, individual items
of laundry. Also for subsequent drying.
Shirts and blouses made of cotton and blended fabrics
Creasing is reduced. Not completely dried.
Hard-wearing fabrics, boil-resistant fabrics made of cotton or
linen
Fabrics made from synthetic or blended fabrics
A mixed load of fabrics made of cotton and synthetic fabrics
Shoes
Type of Fabric
a Sort the laundry according to type of textile and fabric. Fabrics must be suitable for tumble drying
aDryness levels can be individually selected a  C/board dry extra, +cC/board dry and |cIron dry (depending on the model and programme). Degree of
dryness can be finely adjusted (depending on the programme). Multi-layered fabrics require a longer drying time than single-layered items of clothing.
Recommendation: Dry separately.
Overview of Programmes a Refer to the table of consumption rates on Page 9 and the notes on Page 6.
Important information...
ʑ
Consumption values table
Your dryer is designed to be particularly energy efficient. Its technical features include
a refrigeration circuit, which uses energy efficiently in a similar way to a refrigerator.
The dryer's heat exchanger is cleaned automatically during drying.
The fluff filters and filter in the condensate container must be cleaned regularly.
Programme
Never operate the dryer without the fluff filters and without filter in condensate container!
+üC/board Dry*
COTTONS
Fluff filters
During drying, fluff and hair from the laundry is trapped by the fluff filter. A blocked fluff filter
may impair the heat exchange process.
The fluff filters must therefore be cleaned after every drying cycle.
Rinse regularly under running water a Page 4.
When cleaning the fluff filter, make sure that no foreign material (down, filling material) enters
the air duct opening. If necessary, clean the drum beforehand with a vacuum cleaner.
If foreign material should still enter the air duct a call the after-sales service.
ʑ
Filter in the condensate container
The filter in the condensate container cleans the condensation. This condensation is required
for the automatic cleaning process. The filter should be cleaned regularly under running
water. Empty the condensate container before cleaning the filter a Installation and
maintenance instructions, Page 3.
ʑ
Spin speed which
is used for spinning
the laundry
Fabrics
Do not dry any fabrics that have come into contact with solvents, oil, wax, grease or paint:
e.g. hair styling products, nail varnish remover, stain remover, cleaning solvent, etc.
Empty all pockets.
Do not dry non-breathable fabrics.
Avoid drying laundry items that produce a lot of fluff.
Woollens should be refreshed or dried using the woollens programme only.
|ücIron Dry*
Energy consumption**
8 kg
4 kg
8 kg
4 kg
1400 rpm
117 min
78 min
1.55 kWh
0.87 kWh
1000 rpm
138 min
92 min
1.93 kWh
1.08ükWh
800 rpm
159 min
106 min
2.24 kWh
1.25ükWh
1400 rpm
84 min
56 min
1.09 kWh
0.61 kWh
1000 rpm
105 min
70 min
1.44 kWh
0.81 kWh
800 rpm
126 min
84 min
1.78 kWh
1.00 kWh
EASY CARE
+cC/board Dry*
Duration**
3.5 kg
3.5 kg
800ürpm
46 min
0.52 kWh
600 rpm
60 min
0.66 kWh
* Programme setting for testing in accordance with the applicable EN61121 standard.
** The values may differ from those specified, depending on the type of fabric, composition of
laundry to be dried, residual moisture in the laundry, the degree of dryness that has been set,
the amount of laundry being loaded, the environmental conditions, and any additional functions
that have been activated.
Most efficient programme for cotton fabrics
The following "standard cottons programme" (identified with ) is suitable for drying normal, wet
cotton laundry and is most efficient in terms of its combined energy consumption for drying wet
cotton laundry.
Standard programme for cottons in accordance with current EU regulation 932/2012
Programme + 9 (Drying target)
COTTONS + C/board Dry
Load
Energy consumption
Programme duration
8 kg/4 kg
1.93 kWh/1.08 kWh
138 min/92 min
Programme setting for testing and energy labelling in accordance with Directive 2010/30/EU.
8
Power consumption when switched off
0.10 W
Power consumption when ready for use (left-on mode)
0.10 W
9
Normal noises
What to do if ...
If you cannot rectify a fault yourself (e.g. by switching the dryer off/on), please contact our
after-sales service.
We will always find an appropriate solution and will avoid unnecessary visits by engineers.
Trust the expertise of the manufacturer and rest assured that the repair will be carried out
by trained service technicians using original spare parts.
The contact details of your local after-sales service can be found in the enclosed after-sales
service directory:
– GB 0344 892 8988 (Calls charged at local or mobile rate.)
– IE 01450 2655 (0.03 € per minute at peak. Off peak 0.0088 € per minute.)
When contacting the after-sales service, please specify the product number (E-Nr.)
and production number (FD) of your appliance(see inside of door).
Switch the dryer off using the programme selector and unplug the mains plug from
the socket.
During drying, the compressor and the pump generate some noise which is entirely normal.
The compressor in the dryer may
occasionally generate a humming noise.
The volume and pitch of this may vary
depending on the selected
programmes and the progress of the
drying.
ʠ
Please empty condensate
container is displayed.
Emptying the condensate container aPage 4.
Press any button.
Press the $ (START/PAUSE) button again.
ʠ
Please empty condensate
container is displayed and the
drying cycle is interrupted.
If the condensation drain hose is connected, check it and,
if necessary, clean it.
Stopper in the condensate container? aseparate
Instructions for condensation drain.
Is the filter in the condensate container dirty? aClean the
filter in the condensate container a Installation and
maintenance instructions, Page 3.
The compressor in the dryer is ventilated
from time to time, which creates a whirring
sound.
The automatic cleaning process causes
a clicking noise.
ʠ
Residual water in the
condensate container despite
the dryer being connected to
the condensate drain.
Not a fault. If the condensation drain is installed, residual
water remains in the condensate container due to the
dryer's self-cleaning function.
ʠ
Please clean lint filter is
displayed.
Clean the fluff filters a Page 4.
Press the $ (START/PAUSE) button again.
ʠ
Dryer does not start.
Has the $ (START/PAUSE) button been pressed?
Door closed? Ambient temperature greater
than 5 °C? The optimum ambient temperature for drying
is between 5 °C and 35 °C.
ʠ
Water is leaking out.
Make sure the dryer is level. Push the condensate
container back in until it locks fully into place.
The process of pumping the condensation
into the condensate container generates
pumping noises.
10
11
Safety instructions
What to do if ...
ʠ
Laundry is not dried correctly or After the end of the programme, warm laundry feels
is still too damp.
damper than it actually is. Spread the laundry out and
allow the heat to disperse.
Finely adjust the dryness level – this extends the drying
time but does not increase the temperature. Your laundry
will become drier.
Emergency
–
ONLY use
–
the dryer...
–
The dryer
–
must NEVER... –
Hazards
–
–
–
–
–
–
Select a programme with a longer drying time or increase
the drying level. This does not increase the temperature.
Select a time programme for extended drying of laundry
that is still damp.
If you have exceeded the maximum load for the
programme, the laundry may not be dried correctly.
Installation
Mains
connection
Clean the moisture sensor in the drum. A fine layer of
limescale may adversely affect the performance of the
sensors and your washing will not dry properly.
–
–
–
–
–
Drying has been interrupted as a result of a power cut,
because the condensate container is full or because the
maximum drying time has been exceeded.
ʠ
Drying time too long.
Clean the fluff filters under running water a Page 4.
Insufficient supply of air a Ensure that air can circulate.
Operation
Air inlet may be obstructed? Clear the inlet a Installation
and maintenance instructions, Page 1.
The humidity in the room
increases significantly.
ʠ
Power failure.
ʠ
Other intermittent noises and
vibrations.
–
–
–
–
Ambient temperature higher than 35 °C a Ventilate
the room. The optimum ambient temperature for drying is
between 5 °C and 35 °C. Outside of this range, the drying
time may increase.
ʠ
ʠ
–
–
–
–
–
Make sure the room is sufficiently ventilated.
–
Heat exchanger is being rinsed Not an error. Automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger.
is displayed in the display panel. Do not empty the condensate container during the
cleaning process.
–
–
Remove the laundry from the dryer immediately and
spread out. This allows the heat to dissipate. Be careful as
the door, the drum and the laundry may be hot.
–
Normal noises a Page 10.
–
–
Defect
–
–
Spare parts
Disposal
–
–
–
–
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–
Pull the appliance plug out of the socket immediately or disconnect the fuse.
in rooms inside the house.
to dry fabrics.
be used for purposes other than those described above.
be modified in terms of its technology or properties.
The dryer must not be used by children or persons who have not been instructed
in its use.
Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer.
Keep pets away from the dryer.
Remove all objects from pockets, and lighters in particular a Risk of explosion.
Do not lean or sit on the door a Risk of tipping.
Open the door carefully. Hot steam may escape. Fabrics and drum may be hot
aRisk of burns.
Secure loose leads or hoses, otherwise there is a risk of tripping.
Below 0 °C there is a possibility of frost damage.
Connect the dryer to an AC earthed socket according to specifications,
otherwise it cannot be guaranteed that the appliance is completely safe.
The cable cross-section must be sufficient.
Only use earth-leakage circuit breakers with the following symbol:
The appliance plug and socket must be compatible.
Do not use multiple plugs/connectors and/or extension cables.
Do not touch or hold the appliance plug with wet hands a Risk of electric
shock.
Never pull the appliance plug out of the socket by its cable.
Do not damage the mains lead a Risk of electric shock.
Only load the dryer as recommended in the programme descriptions
(Programmes/fabrics, Page 1 and Programme overview, Page 7) . Check the
contents before you switch the dryer on.
Do not use the dryer if the laundry has been in contact with solvents, oil, wax,
grease or paint (e.g. hair styling products, nail varnish remover, stain remover,
cleaning solvent, etc.) a Risk of fire/explosion.
The tumble dryer is not to be used if industrial chemicals have been used for
cleaning.
Dust (e.g. coal dust, flour) poses a danger: Do not use the dryera Risk
of explosion.
Do not turn off the dryer until the drying process ends, unless the laundry will be
removed quickly and spread out, so that the heat can dissipate.
Do not put laundry containing foam material/rubber in the dryer a elastic
material may be destroyed and the dryer may be damaged due to possible
deformation of the foam material.
Light things, such as long hair, may be sucked into the air inlet of the dryer
aRisk of injury.
Final part of a tumble dryer cycle occurs without heat (cool down cycle), to
ensure that the items are left at a temperature that ensures that the items will not
be damaged.
Switch off the dryer once the programme has ended.
The distilled water/water from condensation is not drinking water and may be
contaminated with fluff.
Do not use the dryer if it is defective or if you suspect that it is.
Repairs must only be carried out by the after-sales service.
Do not use the dryer if the mains cable is defective. To avoid danger, only have
the defective mains cable replaced by the after-sales service.
Only use genuine spare parts and accessories for safety reasons.
Dryer: Pull out the appliance plug, then cut off the mains cable from the
appliance. Dispose of the appliance at a municipal waste disposal facility.
Packaging: Keep all packaging out of reach of babies and children a Risk
of suffocation.
The dryer's heat exchanger contains fluorinated greenhouse gas (R407C) in a
hermetically sealed unit a Dispose of this properly. Capacity: 0.290 kg.
Total GWP: 0.514 tCO2.
All materials are environmentally sound and can be reused.
Dispose of in an environmentally-responsible manner.
13
Instructions
for installation
and use
en
Tumble dryer
WT 260100
Observe the safety instructions on Page 13.
You must read this instruction manual and the Installation and
maintenance instructions before using the dryer.
To install the condensation drain, follow the Condensation drain
instructions (provided separately)!

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