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Operating Instructions
& Installation Instructions
Heat Pump Tumble Dryer
(Domestic use)
Model No.
NH-P80G2
Read Before Using
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Drying Instructions
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Installation Instructions
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4
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21
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Thank you for purchasing this appliance.
- For optimum performance and safety, please read these instructions
carefully.
- Before connecting, operating or adjusting this appliance, please read the
instructions completely. Please keep this manual for future reference.
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Information on disposal in other
countries outside the European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European
Union.
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If you wish to discard this product, please
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ask for the correct method of disposal.
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Information on disposal for users of
waste electrical & electronic equipment
(private households)
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Disposing of Waste
Electrical & Electronic
Equipment
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The packaging used to protect the
appliance from damage during
transportation is all recyclable. For
information on recycling, contact your local
authority.
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Disposing of packaging
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Consider the Environment
Eco-friendly Drying
-- Keep to the load limit of each
programme.
-- The appliance automatically adjusts
the operating time of each programme
depending on the load.
-- To save energy, please select the correct
spin speed.
This symbol on the products and/or
accompanying documents means that
used electrical and electronic products
should not be mixed with general
household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and
recycling, please take these products to
designated collection points, where they
will be accepted on a free of charge basis.
Alternatively, in some countries you may be
able to return your products to your local
retailer upon the purchase of an equivalent
new product.
Disposing of this product correctly will
help to save valuable resources and
prevent any potential negative effects on
human health and the environment which
could otherwise arise from inappropriate
waste handling. Please contact your local
authority for further details of your nearest
designated disposable point.
-- Make sure that the room temperature is
not excessively high. If the tumble dryer
and other heat producing appliances
share the same area, make sure that the
room is well ventilated and switch the
other appliances off when operating the
tumble dryer, if possible.
This product complies with the directives
2006/95/EC and 2004/108/EC.
It is essential to read these instructions.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect
disposal of this waste, in accordance with
national legislation.
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Contents
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Maintenance
Consider the Environment . . . . . . . . 2
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . 4
Checking Your Tumble Dryer . . . . . . 6
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Setting drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Required time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Changing settings while drying . . . . . 11
Preset timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Selecting the Programme . . . . . . . . 12
Sub-programme description . . . . . . . . 13
Details of Programmes . . . . . . . . . . 14
Drying Outdoor/Sport Wears
and Delicates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Outdoor/Sports programme . . . . . . . . 16
Delicate laundry loads . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Tips for drying delicates . . . . . . . . . . . 16
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Child Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Additional functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
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Using the Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Emptying water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Cleaning the outside of the
appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Cleaning the drum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Cleaning the door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Cleaning the moisture sensors . . . . . .18
Filter locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Cleaning the fluff filter . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Cleaning the filter frame . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Cleaning the fine filter . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
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Checking before use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Preparing the laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
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Before You Start Drying . . . . . . . . . . 7
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Your tumble dryer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
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Troubleshooting
Fault Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Error Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Installation Instructions
Choosing the Right Location . . . . . 24
Transporting the appliance . . . . . . . . . 24
The right place for the appliance . . . . 24
Installing the set-in appliance . . . . . . . 25
Levelling the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Connecting Power Supply
and Hose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Hose and mains lead lengths . . . . . . . 26
Connecting to the power supply . . . . . 26
Connecting the extended
water-drain hose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Checking After Installation . . . . . . . 28
Installation checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Test run after installation . . . . . . . . . . 28
Electrical Connection
(UK and Republic of Ireland only) . . . 29
How to replace the fuse . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Power Consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
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-- Make sure that no objects are left in any
of the pockets. Pay particular attention to
cigarette lighters and matches.
They may cause fire.
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-- Items that have been soiled with
substances such as cooking oil,
acetone, alcohol, petrol, kerosene,
spot removers, turpentine, waxes, wax
removers and cosmetic oils must not be
dried in the appliance even after having
been washed.
They may cause a fire.
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-- Do not dry unwashed items in the
appliance.
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-- The lint must not be allowed to
accumulate around the appliance.
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-- The lint filters have to be cleaned
frequently.
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-- The appliance is not to be used if
industrial chemicals have been used for
cleaning.
They may cause a fire.
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-- Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
-- Items such as foam rubber (latex foam),
shower caps, waterproof textiles, airtight
fabrics, rubber backed articles and
clothes or pillows fitted with foam rubber
pads should not be dried in the appliance.
Such materials may be destroyed and
thereby damage the appliance.
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General Use
-- This appliance is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use
of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety.
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This describes issues which could
cause death or serious injury.
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WARNING
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Please read and follow these safety
precautions.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
-- Do NOT place a stand or a chair close to
the appliance.
Children may be able to reach the
control panel or climb onto or into the
appliance.
-- Do NOT install the appliance in a damp
location or in a location exposed to the
weather.
This may result in malfunction,
deterioration, electric shock, or fire.
-- Do NOT pour or spill water directly onto
any part of the appliance.
This may result in malfunction, electric
shock, or fire.
-- Never stop the appliance before the end
of the drying cycle unless all items are
quickly removed and spread out so that
the heat is dissipated.
-- The 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.
-- Keep sources of ignition, such as
candles or cigarettes, away from the
appliance.
They may cause a fire or damage to the
appliance.
-- Keep flammable materials away from
the appliance, for example, gasoline,
thinner, alcohol, or clothing soaked with
these materials.
They may cause an explosion or a fire.
Power source and mains lead
-- Unplug the mains lead when cleaning
the appliance.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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-- Do NOT dismantle, repair or modify the
appliance.
There is a possibility the appliance may
malfunction which may result in a fire or
an injury. If repairs are needed, contact
your local Customer Service Centre.
This describes issues which could
cause injury or damage your
belongings.
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To Prevent Injury
-- The installation of the appliance should
be done by the manufacturer’s dealer or
service agent.
If the installation, test run and inspection
of the appliance are not carried out
following the installation method outlined
in these instructions, the manufacturer
will not be liable for any accident or
damage caused.
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-- Do NOT pull the mains lead but hold the
mains plug to unplug the appliance.
Otherwise, there is possibility of damage
to the mains lead, which may lead to an
electric shock or fire.
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-- Do NOT touch the mains lead or mains
plug with wet hands.
Possibility of an electric shock.
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-- ENSURE the mains plug is fully inserted
into the household mains socket. If the
mains plug is not fully pushed in, a loose
connection may overheat and cause an
electric shock or fire.
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-- Do NOT use a mains plug adaptor or
extension cable. There is a possibility of
overheating which may cause a fire. Use
an unused household mains socket, fully
rated at AC 220 V to 240 V. If you are
not sure, contact a qualified electrician.
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-- Check the mains lead and mains plug for
any damage.
If the mains lead is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified person to
avoid a hazard.
General Use
-- This appliance is only suitable for textiles
which are suitable for tumble drying.
-- Do NOT apply pesticide, hair spray or
deodorant to the appliance.
-- Do NOT put any electrical equipment,
for example, TVs, radios or battery
chargers, on or near the appliance.
-- Do NOT put too much laundry into the
appliance.
This may cause damage to the
appliance.
-- Fabric softeners, or similar products,
should be used as specified by the fabric
softener instructions.
To Prevent Injury
-- Do NOT climb onto the appliance.
This may cause injury or damage to the
appliance.
-- Keep fingers away from the door hinge
when opening and closing the door.
-- Do NOT slide your hand (or unprotected
foot) underneath the appliance when in
use.
-- Check all laundry and remove any
objects such as nails, pins, coins, clips,
metal wires, etc.
They may cause damage to other
laundry or the appliance.
-- BE CAREFUL not to get laundry caught
in the door seal when it is closed. This
may result in damage to the laundry.
-- Do NOT touch the laundry inside the
drum until it has completely stopped,
as there is a possibility of injury. Keep
children away from the rotating laundry.
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Checking Your Tumble Dryer
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Water-drain hose
(see page 17)
(see pages 26-27)
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Water container
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Your tumble dryer
Drum
Door
Mains lead/
Mains plug
Heat exchanger unit
Adjustable feet
(see page 25)
Caution
Do NOT bend the mains lead when the appliance is running.
Accessories
Make sure that all the accessories are supplied with the appliance.
Spanner
(see page 25)
Extended water-drain hose
(see pages 26-27)
For adjusting the foot.
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Using the optional drying basket can dry sports shoes, etc.
(with Timed Prog. Warm).
Optional accessory
Drying basket
(N-DB1)
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Before You Start Drying
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-- Sort the laundry by colour, by type of
fabric, drying condition required, and
moisture content in the laundry. Doing
so will help you choose the correct
programme, drying level, and spin
speed for each drying.
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-- Read clothing drying labels to help you
sort them into different loads.
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2. Make sure that the extended waterdrain hose is positioned towards a
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For more details, see pages 26-27.
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1. Connect the power.
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Sorting clothing
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Preparing the laundry
Before the appliances initial operation or
after a prolonged period of non-operation,
perform the following procedures if you are
using the extended water-drain hose:
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Checking before use
-- Clothes that are not colour fast should
be dried separately.
Checking clothing
-- Check that pockets on clothing do not
contain any objects that may damage
the clothes or the appliance.
-- Tie up any loose strings on the clothing
and close zippers. Turn clothing with
raised fabrics and zippers inside out.
Otherwise, the clothes may be
damaged.
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Using the Buttons
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r/min
Time
Add Time
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5
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1. Power buttons
- If you do not press the Start button
within 10 minutes after the appliance
has been switched on, the appliance
automatically switches itself off.
- The display below appears for
10 seconds after the appliance has
been switched off. You cannot turn
the appliance on until this display
disappears.
2. Start/Pause button
Press this button to start or pause the
drying programme.
3. Programme selection dial
Use this dial to choose the best
programme for the laundry.
(See pages 12-13.)
4. Additional function buttons
Press these buttons to add functions to
the programme to suit the laundry.
(See page 9.)
5. Add Time button
Press this button to set times for the
Timed programmes (Timed Prog.).
Mixed
Rapid 40
Cupboard Dry
Iron Dry
Wool
Start/Pause
Timed Prog.Warm
Silk/Lingerie
Outdoor/Sports
Child Lock
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Iron Dry
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Cupboard Dry
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Buzzer
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Extra Dry
Cupboard Dry Plus
Cupboard Dry
Iron Dry
Extra Dry
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Gentle Dry
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Shirts
Timed Prog.Cold
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2
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7. Spin speed button
Press this button to select the final
spin speed (r/min) used in the washing
machine programme. Use this button
only if the anticipated drying time needs
to be displayed more accurately.
8. Drying Level button/
Child Lock button
- Press this button to choose from 5
different Drying Level settings (1, 2, 3, 4,
5) for Cottons, Easy-care, Mixed, Rapid
40, and Outdoor/Sports programmes.
‘3’ is the default setting level.
- Press and hold this button to set the
Child Lock. The controls will be locked.
(See page 9.)
9. Remaining time indicator
This indicator shows the approximate
time until the drying finishes. For
example, ‘3:10’ means 3 hours and
10 minutes.
10. Warning indicators
These indicators warn the user of
specific conditions.
- Water container full warning
- Clogged filter warning
(See pages 18-20.)
6. Time button
Press this button to preset the time for
when the drying finishes. (See page 11.)
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Using the Buttons
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Description
Gently Dry laundry with
approximately 45 ºC warm air.
Buzzer
Press this button to turn the
programme finished buzzer
on or off.
You will hear the buzzer
sound which indicated that the
buzzer is switched on or off.
Anticrease
Prevent creasing.
After the drying ends, the
drum rotates at intervals for
2 hours.
The indicators keep flashing
during the Anti-crease
process.
Speed
Drying times will be shorter
than when the Eco function
is set.
4. To deactivate, hold down the Drying
Level button again (please ignore
three beeps heard), keep Drying
Level button pressed until it unlocks.
symbol disappears.
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The corresponding indicators will light up.
Activating/deactivating Child Lock
--Do NOT leave children
unsupervised near the appliance.
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Press one or more of the function
you wish to combine.
buttons
Gentle
Dry
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Some additional functions cannot be
used with certain programmes.
(See pages 14-15.)
If you select an unavailable function,
an error alarm will sound.
The Child Lock disables the control
buttons.
3. Press and hold the Drying Level
button.
symbol lights up to show that
The
the Child Lock is activated.
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Note
Function
2. Select the programme and optional
functions, and then start the
programme. (See page 10.)
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Depending on the programme, you can
combine different additional functions.
Child Lock
1. Switch on the appliance.
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-- After drying starts, the dry indicator
starts flashing, and the other indicators
light up in sequence from top to bottom
as each corresponding process is
completed. After the programme
finishes, the dry indicator goes out, and
the last process indicator remains lit until
the appliance switches itself off, or is
turned off.
Additional functions
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11.Process indicators
-- These indicators show the programme’s
processes. Processes consist of Dry
, Iron Dry , Cupboard Dry , and
Cupboard Dry Plus (Extra Dry)
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Eco
Drying takes longer but
consumes less energy.
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Drying
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r/min
Time
Add Time
Speed
Eco
Mixed
Rapid 40
Cupboard Dry
Iron Dry
Wool
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1. Open the door and put the laundry
into the drum.
For details about preparing and sorting
the laundry, see pages 7, 12, and 13.
Caution
- Make sure that no laundry gets
caught in the door.
- Do NOT overload the drum.
Observe the capacity of the
selected programme.
Overloading may cause excessive
vibration, damage to the appliance,
and more creasing of the load.
2. Close the door and press the On
button.
3. Turn the programme selection dial
either way to select the programme.
A drying time will be displayed.
Start/Pause
Timed Prog.Warm
Silk/Lingerie
Outdoor/Sports
Child Lock
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Cupboard Dry
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Extra Dry
Cupboard Dry Plus
Cupboard Dry
Iron Dry
Extra Dry
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Setting drying
Shirts
Timed Prog.Cold
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5 2
4. Select optional functions.
- Additional functions (See page 9.)
- Spin speed (See page 8.)
- Drying Level (See page 8.)
For more details about available
functions and settings for each
programme, see pages 14-15.
5. Press the Start button.
After the appliance has started, the
laundry is weighed. After about
3 minutes, a new drying time will be
displayed. If you select the Wool, Silk/
Lingerie, Shirts, or Timed programme,
the laundry is not weighed.
The buzzer will sound when the
programme has finished.
For details on setting the buzzer,
see page 9.
Remove the laundry and rearrange where
necessary. Do not leave it in the drum too
long after the programme ends, because it
may be seriously creased.
When you dry items with long fibres,
such as bath mats, a lot of lint may be
generated, and the lint balls may adhere to
the other clothing.
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Preset timer
Times depend on the programmes, Drying
Level settings and other settings that have
been selected.
-- Since the displayed times change
automatically according to the sizes
and moisture levels of the loads and the
ambient temperatures of the appliance,
the times might not decrease for a while
or might suddenly decrease.
You can preset the time for when the
drying finishes.
The drying might finish before or after
preset times depending on the kind of
laundry, the temperature, and the moisture
content in the laundry.
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shown.
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-- For the programmes which automatically
weigh the loads (see the “Load weighed,“
column on page 14), 3 minutes after
drying starts the remaining required times
might suddenly be shortened.
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Required time
Setting a preset time
Continuously press the Time button until
the desired preset time is displayed. The
preset time increases by 1 hour each time
it is pressed. Press and hold the button to
change the preset time rapidly.
Programme
Applicable preset
times
Cotton/Colours
6 - 24 hours
Easy-care
4 - 24 hours
Mixed
4 - 24 hours
Rapid 40
3 - 24 hours
Outdoor/Sports
4 - 24 hours
Wool
1 - 24 hours
Silk/Lingerie
3 - 24 hours
Shirts
3 - 24 hours
Timed Prog. Warm
3 - 24 hours
Timed Prog. Cold
3 - 24 hours
Changing a preset time
1. Press the Off button, and then press
the On button.
2. Choose the desired programme and
additional functions.
3. Set a preset time.
Cancelling a preset time
Press the Off button. (All settings will be
cancelled.)
Checking a preset time
Press the Time button.
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Selecting the Programme
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Table linen
Bed linen
Tea towel
4 kg
Terrycloth
towel
Towelling
dressing gown
Socks
Underwear
Work clothing
Sport wear
Skirt/dress
Trousers
Anorak
Shirt
8 kg
For white and coloured cottons or linens
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Iron Dry
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For quick drying of synthetic fibres, cottons or blended
fabrics. Drying times may not exactly 40 minutes
depending upon the types of fabrics, composition and
moisture content of the loads.
For membrane coated fabrics, water-repellent fabrics,
functional clothing, fleece fabrics (dry jackets/trousers
with removable internal lining separately)
For woollen fabrics suitable for tumble drying. Fabrics
become fluffier but not dry. Remove the laundry once
the programme ends and allow them to dry.
4 kg
1.5 kg
2.5 kg
2 kg
Silk/Lingerie
For lingerie and washable silk items
1 kg
Shirts
For shirts and blouses
2 kg
Timed Prog. Warm
Timed Prog. Cold
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Cupboard Dry
Iron Dry
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Description and types of fabric that can be dried
For pre-dried, multi-layered, sensitive acrylic fibres and
small items of laundry, and for subsequent drying
Using the optional drying basket can dry sports shoes,
etc. (See page 6.)
For freshening up or airing of clothing made of heatlabile fabrics that have been worn for a short period of
time. The clothing does not have to be washed.
4 kg
1 kg
4 kg
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Selecting the Programme
Iron
Lightly
iron
Not iron
Mangle
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Cupboard
Dry Plus
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―

―
Cupboard Dry
Cupboard
Dry
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―

―
For general fabrics
Example: trousers, skirts and dresses
Iron Dry
   
Cupboard Dry Plus
For fabrics which dry more slowly than
general fabrics
Example: terrycloth towels and table linen
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Extra Dry
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Subprogramme
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Post-drying ironing
Extra Dry
For multi-layered and very thick fabrics
Example: towelling dressing gowns and
bed linens
Do not use this sub-programme for loop
knitted fabrics (T-shirts, underwear and
baby clothes, for example), as they have a
tendency to shrink.
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Sub-programme description
Iron Dry
For cotton or linen fabrics which you would
like to iron
Example: table linen and bed linen
Note
To prevent laundry from drying out, it
should be rolled up until it is ironed.
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Drying Level 1)
Spin speed 1)
Approximate
time
3:10 2)
Cotton
Cupboard
Dry Plus
3:00 2)
Colours
Cupboard
Dry

3
1000
Extra Dry
Cupboard
Dry
1:30

3
1000
Iron Dry
Cupboard
Dry
1
2:50 2)
2:20 2)
Iron Dry
Easy-care
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Dryin
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Programme
Load
weighed
1:10
1
0:50
1:30

3
1000
3
1000
0:40
1
Outdoor/Sports


3
1000
2:00
1
Wool
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0:15
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Silk/Lingerie
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1:00
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Shirts
―
―
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1:00
―
―
―
―
0:10
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Mixed
Iron Dry
Rapid 40
Timed Prog. Warm
Timed Prog. Cold
1
1:10
1) If the appliance has been operated even once, the Drying Level and Spin speed set in the
previous operation have been memorized.
2) When the Speed function is set, the approximate time will be 50 minutes less than the
time stated here.
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Additional functions
Speed 3)
Eco
1-5
500 - 1600




―
1-5
500 - 1600


―

―
1-5
500 - 1600


―

―
0
1-5
500 - 1600
―
―
1-5
500 - 1600
5
―
―
4)
―
―
0
―
―



4)
―
―
0
―
―
―
―
―





―
0


0
―
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
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
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Spin speed
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Drying Level
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Anticrease
Add
Time
Gentle
Dry 3)
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2)
2)
2)
2)
0
0
0
0
0
the
4)
―
―
―
―
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3) The Gentle Dry function and Speed function cannot be used together. Only one of these
functions can be set at a single time.
4) The Gentle Dry function is automatically set. Although the function cannot be selected its
indicator will light up.
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Drying Outdoor/Sport Wears and Delicates
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Tips for drying delicates
Make sure that the item to be dried can be
dried with this programme.
Putting laundry in the drum
Delicate laundry loads
If clothing shrinks
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Spread the item out to its original size on
an ironing board. Use dress pins to hold
the size and shape. Then, use an iron to
steam it and leave it to dry.
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Pile them one on top of each other.
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Approximate weights
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-- Silk/Lingerie programme: 1 kg or less
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-- Wool programme: 2 kg or less
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Outdoor/Sports programme
-- Wool sweater: 400 g
-- Silk blouse: 200 g
-- Trousers: 400 g
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Maintenance
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Clean the outside of the appliance with a
soft cloth and mild detergent, for example,
kitchen detergent, and soapy water.
Remove lint and dust that accumulate
around the appliance.
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1. Pull out the water container and hold
it level.
Cleaning the outside of the
appliance
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Empty the water after every drying. Do not
empty it while drying.
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Emptying water
Warning
- Do NOT splash water over the
appliance.
2. Remove the water container by
simultaneously lifting and pulling it
forward.
- Do NOT use cream cleansers,
thinners, nor products containing
alcohol or paraffin oil.
Cleaning the drum
The drum and other stainless steel parts
can be cleaned with a suitable proprietary
stainless steel cleaner in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions.
Cleaning the door
After each drying, perform the following:
- Remove any objects from the door seal.
- Wipe the door and seal to remove lint
and stains.
3. Pour out any water.
4. Insert the water container all the way
back into the unit until it locks itself
into position.
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Filter locations
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Filters are located in the following 3
locations.
1) In the door (fluff filter)
2) In the door opening (filter frame)
3) In front of the heat exchanger unit (fine
filter)
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Clean once a month.
The appliance is equipped with stainlesssteel moisture sensors. They measure how
damp the laundry is. After long periods of
use, a fine layer of limescale can form on
the moisture sensors.
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Maintenance
1) Fluff filter
The moisture sensors are located near the
door opening on the internal side of the
drum.
Moisture sensors
2) F
ilter
frame
3) F
ine filter
(see page 20)
1. Open the door.
2. Clean the moisture sensors using a
damp sponge with a rough surface.
Caution
Do NOT use steel wool or other
abrasive materials.
Make sure you clean filters at the
designated intervals.
-- Clean the fluff filter after every drying
programme (see page 19).
-- Clean the fine filter every half month
(see page 20).
Clean the filter frame when foreign
particles build up on it (see page 19).
Clean all filters every 10 operations.
Caution
The appliance must not be used
if any filter is out of its place or
damaged in any way.
The excessive build-up of fluff might
cause a malfunction.
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Maintenance
4. Replace the fluff filter to its original
position.
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Clean the fluff filter after every drying
programme.
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1. Open the door, and then slide the
lever on the top of the door.
Extra cleaning
Remove any fluff from the hollow part of
the door with a bottle brush or a vacuum
cleaner.
Cleaning the filter frame
Clean the filter frame when foreign
particles build up on it.
2. Pull out the fluff filter.
1. Open the door, and then remove the
filter frame from the bottom of the
door opening.
3. Rub your hand against the filter to
remove any fluff.
2. Turn the filter frame upside down to
remove foreign particles.
Rinse the filter under running water and
dry thoroughly.
Be careful not to tear the net.
3. Replace the filter frame to its original
position.
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4. Separate the fine filter from the inner
cover.
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Fine filter
1. Open the panel.
Inner cover
2. Turn the levers on the inner cover.
3. Pull the handle to remove both the
inner cover and fine filter.
5. Clean the fine filter using a vacuum
cleaner or with water.
6. Replace every part to its original
position.
Fit the projections of the inner cover into
the holes of the fine filter while joining
both parts together.
Note
To open or close the levers on the
inner cover, refer to the following
figure.
CLOSE
OPEN
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Fault Checklist
Cause
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-- The mains plug may not be connected firmly to the
mains socket.
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-- The fuse may have blown out or breaker may have
tripped.
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Appliance does not work.
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Problem
-- The On button may have not been pressed.
-- The Start button may have not been pressed.
-- The door may not be closed properly.
Buttons do not work
-- Settings cannot be changed while drying is in progress.
To change settings, switch the appliance off and on
again. Then, set the settings again.
-- Child Lock may be activated. (See page 9.)
Drying repeatedly starts
and stops.
-- This is not a malfunction; the drum slowly rotates and
stops repeatedly when the “Anti-crease” function has
been set.
Laundry is not sufficiently
dried. (Some portions are
damp.)
-- The laundry might have been added to the drum during
drying.
-- The laundry may have become tangled.
-- The laundry may be too heavy.
-- Try using the Warm Timed programme (Timed Prog.
Warm) for small synthetic fibre loads, or dry them
together with large items of clothing.
-- The moisture sensors may be dirty. (See page 18.)
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Drying takes too long.
Cause
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Problem
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-- The laundry may have become tangled.
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-- The laundry may be too heavy.
-- Clothes which dry quickly and clothes which dry slowly
may have been dried together.
-- The ambient air temperature may be too low.
Items made of synthetic
fibres are charged with
static electricity after
drying.
-- Reduce static electricity charges by adding fabric
conditioners to wash loads during the final rinse cycles.
A small item, for example,
a button, has dropped
through the filter frame
hole.
-- Bring the item out by opening the panel in front of the
heat exchanger unit just the same as when cleaning
the fine filter.
The clogged filter warning
indicator is flashing
although none of the filters
are clogged.
-- This is not a malfunction; the clogged filter warning
indicator flashes to alert users to clean the filters
after every 10th drying programme (twice a month).
The indicator may flash even if the filters have been
cleaned.
The displayed remaining
time changes.
-- The remaining time is estimated and corrected
continually. Thus, the time displayed may change.
The operating sound
changes.
-- This is normal; the change is caused by the on-off
conditions of the compressor and draining pump.
‘0’ display remains after the
programme has finished.
-- This is not a malfunction; without the Anti-crease
function being set, the appliance automatically switches
itself off 2 hours after the programme finishes.
The lamp inside the drum
has gone out.
-- The lamp lights up for 10 minutes when the door is
opened after the programme finishes. To activate the
lamp again, switch on the appliance, and then open the
door again.
The lamp inside the drum
does not light up.
-- If 2 hours have elapsed after a programme is
completed, the lamp will not light up since the appliance
automatically switches itself off.
Drying has finished with
the Anti-crease set to OFF,
however, the Anti-crease
indicator is flashing.
-- For safety, the dryer cools down inside the drum. The
Anti-crease indicator flashes during this time.
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Make sure that the door is shut properly.
Close the door securely and press the Start button.
Aberrant ambient
temperature
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Door is open
Empty the water if the water container is full. (See page 17.)
Set the water drain hose properly. (See pages 26-27.)
After the above procedures, turn the power on again and press
the Start button.
Operate the appliance within an operating ambient temperature
range (5 ºC - 35 ºC).
Inspection is required.
Pull out the power plug. Then, contact “Customer Service” and
explain the displayed content (2-digit number after H).
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The right place for the
appliance
845
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Make sure that there is enough space for
the appliance and that openings on the
base are not obstructed by a carpet.
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Water container
side
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If the appliance has to be transported
at a tilt, only tip it toward the water
container side but not more than 90
degrees.
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Choosing the Right Location
Max. 90°
Rear

Front
Max. 90°
The appliance must be carried by 2 or
more people.
536
596
491
593
625
Dimension in millimetres
51
You need a space at least 60 cm wide. At
least 2 mm of clearance on the sides, and
3 mm of clearance above the appliance
are required. (If you use the extended
water-drain hose, leave some space in the
rear for the hose so that it does not get
smashed down.)
Warning
Start by tilting the appliance backwards.
One person should stand behind it, holding
the rear of the top panel. The other person
should grip the bottom feet in the front.
Caution
If the appliance has not been
transported as described, then it
must be left to stand for at least
1 hour before it is connected to an
electricity supply.
Otherwise, the heat pump could be
damaged.
The appliance must not be installed
behind a lockable door, a sliding
door or a door with a hinge on
the opposite side to that of the
appliance, in such a way that a full
opening of the appliance door is
restricted.
This will prevent children from being
locked in the drum.
Caution
--Do NOT install the appliance in
direct sunlight, or in a place where
temperatures reach freezing or are
excessively high.
--The cool air intake panel on the
front of the appliance must not be
blocked or covered, for example,
by a laundry basket, as this might
cause a malfunction
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Choosing the Right Location
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Using a level helps when making of
adjustments.
To adjust the feet, use the ‘A’ end of the
spanner.
A
-- The counter above the appliance
must be firmly fixed to the adjoining
cupboards.
Lock nut
-- You need to have the plug accessible
after installation.
Metal cover
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Levelling the appliance
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-- You need a space at least 60 cm wide.
At least 2 mm of clearance on the
sides, and 3 mm of clearance above
and behind the appliance are required
(in case you do not use the extended
water-drain hose).
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Installing the set-in
appliance
Foot
1. On each foot, loosen the lock nut by
turning it clockwise.
2. Adjust each foot by turning it
clockwise or anticlockwise.
3. Use a spirit level to make sure that
the appliance is properly levelled.
4. Tighten each lock nut by turning it
anticlockwise.
Caution
Make sure that all lock nuts are
tightened securely and the feet are
still bolted to the appliance.
If they are unbolted, the appliance will
move around.
Metal cover (AXW4595-7SR0)
Caution
Instead of the standard cover panel,
have a technician install a metal
cover.
The dryer can be
stacked on top of a
Panasonic washing
machine using the
Washer-dryer stacking
kit (N-SKT100).
- Panasonic accessory
available to order
Read carefully the
assembly instructions
supplied with the
stacking kit.
Dryer
Washer
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Connecting Power Supply and Hose
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Follow the instructions in this section to prevent water leaks. If you are unsure, ask a service
agent to connect the hoses.
Right side connections
Name plate
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~ 135 cm
~ 150 cm
Connecting to the power
supply
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Left side connections
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Hose and mains lead lengths
~ 140 cm
Connecting the extended
water-drain hose
Caution
Do NOT twist, pull out, or bend the
drain hose.
The water container does not require
emptying when water is externally drained.
1. Slide down the spring clamp, and
then disconnect the water-drain hose
from the unit with a pair of pliers.
Caution
The name plate indicates the rated
power that the appliance needs.
Make sure that the power supply
specifications in your residence
match the information mentioned
here.
2
1
Drain off any water inside of the waterdrain hose.
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For a left side connection, the first
pattern is recommended.
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- Left side connection
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2. Connect the water-drain hose to the
extended water-drain hose, and then
affix the spring clamp to it.
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3. Run the extended water-drain hose
toward the right side (as viewed from
the front of the unit) and wind it in
one of the following patterns.
- Right side connection
- When using the water drain hose,
water can be drained at the height of
appliance (approx. 85 cm) by the drain
pump contained in this appliance.
85 cm
- Rear side connection
- Do not roll the drain hose when using.
Also, do not arrange the drain hose in
the twisted or bent state. Water may not
be drained properly.
Caution
Do NOT let the tip of the
water-drain hose dip into the
drained water.
This can cause water to flow back into
the appliance.
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Installation checklist
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4)
1)
2) 3)
1) Location
Is the appliance on a flat, stable
surface?
Does it run without vibrating?
2) Adjustable feet
Are they bolted securely to the
appliance?
2) 3)
2) 3)
3) Foot cushions
Are they standing flat?
If the appliance is not level, there may
be abnormal sounds when water is
drained out.
4) Power supply
Is the household dedicated mains
socket, fully rated at AC 220 V to 240 V?
Test run after installation
Check for abnormal noise WITHOUT
laundry in the drum.
1. Close the door.
Check whether there is any abnormal
noise.
If so, make sure that the appliance is level.
2. Press the On button.
After resolving any noise issues, resume
the test.
3. Press the Start button.
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Electrical Connection (UK and Republic of Ireland only)
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The location of the fuse differs according
to the type of AC mains plug (figures A and
B).
Confirm the AC mains plug fitted and follow
the instructions below. Illustrations may
differ from actual AC mains plug.
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If the fitted moulded plug is
unsuitable for the mains socket in
your home then the fuse should be
removed and the plug cut off and
disposed of safely.
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Warning
How to replace the fuse
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If the plug contains a removable fuse cover
you must ensure that it is refitted when the
fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover, the plug must
not be used until a replacement cover is
obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be
purchased from your local dealer.
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For your safety, please read the
following text carefully.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded
three pin mains plug for your safety and
convenience.
A 13-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced,
please ensure that the replacement fuse
has a rating of 13 ampere and that it is
approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark
or the BSI
mark
on the body of the fuse.
Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver
and replace the fuse and close or attach
the fuse cover.
-- Figure A
-- Figure B
There is a danger of severe
electrical shock if the cut off plug is
inserted into any 13-ampere socket.
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Power Consumption
Iron Dry
2:50
4 kg
1000 r/min
1.05 kWh
1:50
8 kg
1600 r/min
1.60 kWh
1:42
1000 r/min
1.80 kWh
2:02
1600 r/min
1.17 kWh
2:00
1000 r/min
1.37 kWh
2:20
1600 r/min
1.30 kWh
1:10
Eco
8 kg
Speed
8 kg
1000 r/min
1.50 kWh
1:30
Eco
4 kg
1000 r/min
0.70 kWh
1:10
Eco
4 kg
1000 r/min
0.60 kWh
0:50
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Iron Dry
1.47 kWh
1000 r/min
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Speed
1600 r/min
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8 kg
Time
(mins)
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Eco
Final spin speed
Power
in a washing
consumption
machine
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Cupboard
Dry
Load
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Cotton/
Colours
Additional
function
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Programme
1) The results shown here comply with EN 61121. Each result indicates the value required
until the end of each programme with the Drying Level 3 and Anti-crease process ON set.
Power consumption and time during Anti-crease process are not included.
2) The power consumption, and times indicated in the table, may vary depending on
variations in room temperatures, types and amounts of laundry, voltage fluctuations, and
which optional functions are used.
3) The Cotton/Colours - Cupboard Dry - Eco mode is suitable for drying normal wet cotton
laundry and that is the most efficient programme in terms of energy consumption for
cotton.
or the product fiche in accordance to EU Regulation 1061/2010, please check on
4) F
http://www.panasonic.co.uk
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Specifications
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Rated voltage
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Model No.
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Rated frequency
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220 - 240 V
50 Hz
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Maximum energy rated power input
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870 - 910 W
Off-mode 0.18 W
Left-on mode 1.36 W
Power consumption
Product weight
55 kg
Maximum mass of dry cloth
8 kg
Product dimensions
596 mm (W) x 625 mm (D) x 845 mm (H)
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