Vented
Time Dryer
DRVT 71 W
Read this manual prior to initial operation of the product!
Dear Customer,
We hope that your product, which has been manufactured in modern facilities and
passed through a strict quality control procedure, will give you very good results.
We advise you to read through this manual carefully before using your product and
keep it for future reference.
This User Manual will
• Help you use your machine in a fast and safe way.
• Read the User Manual before installing and starting your product.
• In particular, follow the instructions related to safety.
• Keep this User Manual within easy reach for future reference.
• Please read all additional documents supplied with your product.
Remember that this User Manual is also applicable for several other models.
Explanation of symbols
Throughout this User Manual the following symbols are used:
B
Important safety information. Warning for hazardous situations with regard to life and property.
Caution; Warning for supply voltage.
Caution; Warning for fire hazard.
Caution; Warning for hot surfaces.
Read the instructions.
C
Useful information. Important information or useful hints about usage.
This appliance’s packaging material is recyclable. Help recycle it and protect the
environment by dropping it off in the municipal receptacles provided for this purpose.
Your appliance also contains a great amount of recyclable material. It is marked with
this label to indicate the used appliances that should not be mixed with other waste.
This way, the appliance recycling organised by your manufacturer will be done under
the best possible conditions, in compliance with European Directive 2002/96/EC on
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. Contact your town hall or your retailer for
the used appliance collection points closest to your home. We thank you doing your
part to protect the environment.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Your Dryer4
Overview........................................ 4
2 Important safety information6
General safety................................ 6
Intended use.................................. 7
Children’s safety............................. 7
3 Installation8
Appropriate installation location...... 8
Under counter installation............... 8
Ventilation hose and connection (for
products equipped with an outlet
vent)............................................... 8
Adjusting feet................................. 9
First use......................................... 9
Disposing of packaging material..... 9
Transportation of the machine........ 9
Disposing of the old machine.......... 9
4 Electrical Connection
10
Electrical requirements.................. 10
Fitting a different plug .................. 10
5 Initial preparations for drying11
Things to be done for energy
saving:.......................................... 11
Laundry suitable for drying in the
machine....................................... 11
Laundry unsuitable for drying in the
machine....................................... 11
Preparing laundry for drying.......... 12
Correct load capacity................... 12
Loading........................................ 12
Programme selection and
consumption table........................ 15
Auxiliary function........................... 16
Warning indicators........................ 16
Starting the Programme............... 16
Timer follow-up indicator.............. 16
Changing the programme after the
programme has started................ 16
Child-proof lock............................ 16
Ending the programme through
canceling...................................... 17
End of programme....................... 17
7 Quick instructions for daily use
18
8
Maintenance and cleaning 19
Fluff filter . .................................... 19
9 Solution suggestions for
problems
20
10 Door Reversal21
11 Guarantee22
What is covered?.......................... 22
What is not covered?.................... 22
Important notes............................ 22
12 Service
6 Selecting a Programme and
Operating Your Machine13
Control panel................................ 13
Preparing the machine.................. 14
Timer programme selection.......... 14
Main programmes........................ 14
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1 Your Dryer
Overview
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1
2
3
4
1- Rating label
4- Adjustable Feet
2- Control Panel
5- Power Cord
3- Fluff filter
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Technical Specifications
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Height (adjustable)
85.0 cm
Width
59.5 cm
Depth
54 cm
Capacity (max.)
7 kg
Weight (net)
31 kg
Voltage
Rated power input
See rating label
Model code
Type label is located behind the loading door.
Specifications of this appliance may change without notice to improve the quality of the
product. Figures in this manual are schematic and may not match your product exactly.
Values stated on the machine labels or in the documentation accompanying it are
obtained in laboratory in accordance with the relevant standards. Depending on
operational and environmental conditions of the appliance, values may vary.
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2 Important safety instructions
TThis section includes safety information
that will help protection from risks of
personal injuries or materialistic damages.
Failure to follow these instructions
shall cause any warranty and reliability
commitment to become void.
General safety
• Never place the machine on a carpetcovered floor, otherwise, lack of airflow
beneath the machine may cause
electrical parts to overheat. This will
cause problems with your machine.
• If the power cable or mains plug is
damaged, you must call Authorised
Service Agent for repair.
• The product should not be plugged
in during installation, maintenance
and repair works. Such works should
always be made by the technical
service. Manufacturer shall not be held
responsible for damages arising from
processes carried out by unauthorised
persons.
• Connect the product to a grounded
outlet protected by a fuse of suitable
capacity as stated in the technical
specifications table.
• Operate your product at temperatures
between +5°C and +35°C.
• Do not use electrical devices in the
product.
• Do not connect the air exit of the
product to the chimney holes which
are used for the exhaust fumes of the
devices operating with gas or other
types of fuel.
• You must provide enough ventilation
in order to prevent gases exiting from
devices operating with other types of
fuels including the naked flame from
accumulating in the room due to the
back fire effect.
• Always clean the lint filter before or
after each loading.
• Never operate your dryer without the
lint filter installed.
• Do not allow fibre, dust and dirt
accumulation around the exhaust exit
and at adjacent areas.
• Power cable plug must be within easy
reach after installation.
• Do not use extension cords, multiplugs or adaptors to connect the dryer
to power supply in order to decrease
the risk of electric shock.
• Do not make any changes on the plug
supplied with the product. If it is not
compatible with the socket, have a
qualified electrician change the socket
with a suitable one.
• Items cleaned or washed with gasoil/
fuel oil, dry-laundry solvents and other
combustible or explosive materials as
well as the items that are contaminated
or spotted with such materials should
not be dried in the product since they
emit flammable or explosive vapor.
• Do not dry items cleaned with
industrial chemicals in the dryer.
• Do not dry unwashed items in the
dryer.
• Items soiled with cooking oils,
acetone, alcohol, fuel oil, kerosene,
stain remover, turpentine, paraffin and
paraffin removers must be washed
in hot water with plenty of detergent
before being dried in the dryer.
• Garments or pillows bolstered with
rubber foam (latex foam), shower
bonnets, water resistant textiles,
materials with rubber reinforcement
and rubber foam pads should not be
dried in the dryer.
• Do not use fabric softeners and
anti-static products unless they are
recommended by the manufacturers of
the fabric softener or the product.
• This product must be earthed.
Grounding installation decreases
the risk of electric shock by opening
a path with low resistance for the
electricity flow in case of a malfunction
or failure. Power cable of this product
is equipped with a conductor and
a grounding plug that allows for
grounding the product. This plug must
be installed appropriately and inserted
into a socket which is grounded in
accordance with the local laws and
regulations.
• Do not install the product behind a
door with a lock, sliding door or a door
that has a hinge against the hinge of
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the dryer.
• Do not install or leave this product
in places where it will be exposed to
outdoor conditions.
• Do not tamper with the controls.
• Do not perform any repair or part
replacing procedures on the product
even if you know or have the ability to
perform unless it is clearly suggested
in the operating instructions or the
published service manual.
• Inside and exhaust duct of the product
must be cleaned by the qualified
service personnel periodically.
• Wrong connection of grounding
conductor of the product can cause
electric shock. If you have any suspect
about the grounding connection, have
it checked by a qualified electrician,
service representative or service
personnel.
• Do not reach into the machine when
the drum is spinning.
• Unplug the machine when it is not in
use.
• Never wash down the appliance
with water! There is the risk of
electric shock! Always disconnect
by unplugging from the mains before
cleaning.
• Never touch the plug with wet hands.
Never unplug by pulling on the cable,
always pull out by grabbing the plug
only. Do not operate the machine if the
power cable or plug is damaged!
• Never attempt to repair the machine
yourself, otherwise, you will be putting
your life and others’ lives in danger.
• For malfunctions that cannot be solved
by following the information given in
the safety instructions:
Turn off the machine and contact an
authorised service agent.
• Do not stop the dryer before the drying
cycle comes to an end unless you will
remove all laundry from the dryer fast
in order to lay them and dissipate the
heat.
• Remove the door of the drying
compartment before decommissioning
or disposing of the product.
• The final step of the drying cycle (cooldown cycle) occurs without applying
heat to ensure that the items are left
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at a temperature that will not damage
them.
Fabric softeners or similar products
should be used as specified by the
fabric softener instructions.
Underwear that contains metal
reinforcements should not be placed in
a dryer. Damage to the dryer can result
if metal reinforcements come loose
during drying.
Check all garments for forgotten
lighters, coins, metal pieces, needles,
etc. before loading.
At times when your dryer is not in
use or after the laundry is taken out
following the completion of drying
process, turn off by using the On/
Off button. In cases when the On/
Off button is on (while the dryer is
energized), keep the door of the dryer
closed.
Intended use
• This product has been designed for
domestic use. It should not be used for
other purposes.
• Use the product only for drying laundry
that are marked accordingly.
• Dry only those articles in your product
that are stated in this manual.
• This product is not intended to be
used by persons with physical, sensory
or mental disorders or unlearned
or inexperienced people (including
children) unless they are attended by
a person who will be responsible for
their safety or who will instruct them
accordingly for use of the product.
Children’s safety
• Electrical appliances are dangerous for
the children. Keep children away from
the machine when it is operating. Do
not let them tamper with the machine.
• Packaging materials are dangerous to
children. Keep the packaging materials
out of reach of children or dispose
them by classifying according to waste
directives.
• Do not allow children sit/climb on or
enter in the product.
• Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the
product.
• Close the loading door when you leave
the area where the product is located.
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3 Installation
Refer to the nearest Authorised Service
Agent for installation of your product.
CPreparation of location and electrical
installation for the product is under
customer’s responsibility.
B Installation and electrical connections
must be carried out by a qualified
personnel.
A Prior to installation, visually check if
the product has any defects on it. If
so, do not have it installed. Damaged
products will cause risks for your
safety.
Appropriate installation
location
be minimum 10 cm.
Maximum hose and pipe lengths are
given in the table below.
Hose
Pipe
Maximum length
4m
5m
1 elbow 45°
-1.0 m
-0.3 m
1 elbow 90°
-1.8 m
-0.6 m
1 elbow 90° short
-2.7 m
1 wall passage
• Install the product in an environment
which has no risk of freezing and is in a
stable and level position.
• Operate your product in a well
ventilated, dust-free environment.
• Do not block the air ducts in front of
and under the product with materials
such as long pile rugs and cupboard
plinths.
• Do not place your product on a long
pile rug or on similar surfaces.
• Do not install the product behind a
door with a lock, sliding door or a
hinged door which can strike the
product.
• Once the product is installed, it should
stay at the same place where its
connections have been made. When
installing the product, make sure
that the rear wall of it does not touch
anywhere (tap, socket, etc.) and also
pay attention to install the product at a
place where it will stay permanently.
BDo not place the product on top of the
power cable.
• Keep at least 1.5 cm distance to walls
of other furniture.
-2.0 m
-2.0 m
C Each elbow and other passages
should be subtracted from the above
maximum length.
To connect a ventilation hose;
1. Connect the air outlet hose to the
hose spacer piece by turning it anticlockwise.
2. Make the hose passages as shown
below.
C Exhaust of humid air from the dryer
into the room is inconvenient. It may
damage the walls and furniture in the
room.
C The ventilation hose can be routed
outdoors via a window or it can be
connected to an air outlet in the wall
(see diagram below).
C Air outlet hose must be extended
directly to the outdoors. There must
be a small number of elbows as not to
hinder air ventilation.
C To prevent water accumulation in the
hose, make sure that it is not folded on
the floor.
Ventilation hose and
connection (for products
equipped with an outlet vent)
Ventilation hose assures exhausting of
the air from inside the machine.
Vented dryer has 1 air outlet.
Stainless sheet metal or aluminum pipes
can be used instead of the hose. The
diameter of the pipe to be used should
B The air ventilation hose should not be
connected to the chimney of a stove or
a fireplace.
B Do not operate your machine at the
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same time with heaters such as a coal
or gas stove. Airflow may cause the
chimney to flare up.
Adjusting feet
In order to ensure that your product
operates more silently and vibrationfree, it must stand level and balanced on
its feet. Front feet of your product can
be adjusted. Balance the machine by
adjusting the feet.
dispose of them with normal domestic
waste.
Transportation of the machine
1.Unplug the machine from the mains.
2.Remove the water drain (if any) and
vent hose connections.
3.Drain water remained in the machine
completely before transportation.
Disposing of the old machine
Dispose of your old machine in an
environmentally friendly manner.
Refer to your local dealer or solid waste
collection centre in your area to learn how
to dispose of your machine.
Before disposing of your old machine,
cut off the power cable plug and make
the loading door lock unusable to avoid
dangerous conditions to children.
1. Loosen the feet by hand.
2. Adjust the feet until the product stands
level and firmly on the floor.
CDo not use any tools to loosen the
adjustable feet, otherwise, they can be
damaged.
CNever remove the adjustable feet from
their housings.
CYou may supply 2 plastic pieces
from an Authorized Service with
2951620100 part number. These parts
prevent your machine from slipping
when the machine locates on wet and
slippery surfaces. You may assemble
mentioned parts to the front adjustable
feet by fitting and pressing them to
snap into ground of feet.
First use
• Make sure that the power connections
of the product are in accordance
with the instructions given in relevant
chapters of this manual.
Disposing of packaging
material
Packaging materials are dangerous to
children. Keep packaging materials in
a safe place out of reach of children.
Packaging materials of your product are
manufactured from recyclable materials.
Sort and dispose of them in accordance
with recycled waste instructions. Do not
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4 Electrical Connection
Make sure that you have an earthed
power outlet socket rated at 13 amps
(minimum).
Attention!
If you use your dryer as built-in,
the socket must be reachable after
installation, or a separate switch (which
can disconnect the two poles) must
be used in the installation. Check for
suitability.
For a permanent connection, a master
switch with at least 3mm contact
clearance and minumum 13 A rating
must be used.
Electrical requirements
Before you insert the plug into the wall
socket make sure that the voltage and
the frequency shown in the rating label
corresponds to your electricity supply.
We recommend that this appliance be
connected to the mains supply via a
suitable switched and fused socket in a
readily accessible position.
Should the mains lead of the appliance
become damaged or need replacing at
any time, it must be replaced by a special
purpose made mains lead which can only
be obtained from a Authorised Service
Agent.
A Warning
This appliance must be earthed
If the fitted moulded plug is not suitable
for your socket, then the plug should be
cut off and an appropriate plug fitted.
The moulded plug on this appliance
incorporates a 13A fuse. Should the fuse
need to be replaced an ASTA approved
BS1362 fuse of the same rating must
be used. Do not forget to refit the fuse
cover. In the event of losing the fuse
cover, the plug must not be used until a
replacement fuse cover has been fitted.
Colour of the replacement fuse cover
must be the same colour as that visible
on the pin face of the plug. Fuse covers
are available from any good electrical
store.
In order to avoid hazards, damaged
supply cord should be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly
qualified people.
Built-under installation
This appliance can be installed under a
worktop.
A Undercounter installation without the
top cover must only be carried out by an
authorised agent.Risk of electric shock.
A Important
Fitting a different plug
As the colours of the wires in the mains
lead of this appliance may not correspond
with the coloured markings identifying
the terminals on your plug, proceed as
follows:
1 Connect the green - yellow or green
(earth) wire to the terminal in the plug
marked ‘E’ or with the symbol or
coloured green and yellow or green.
2 Connect the blue (neutral) wire to
the terminal in the plug marked ‘N’ or
coloured black.
3 Connect the brown (live) wire to
the terminal in the plug marked ‘L’ or
coloured red.
With the alternative plugs a 13A fuse
must be fitted either in the plug or
adaptor or in the main fuse box. If in
doubt contact a qualified electrician.
Green and yellow
or green
N
Blue or black
L
Brown or red
Washer/dryer combination
Do not stack washing machine on top
of the tumble dryer. This would damage
both appliances and guarantees would
become void. It is also unsafe to stack
an appliance on top of another without
using a suitable and approved stacking
kit obtained from the manufacturer of the
appliances.
• A special stacking kit is required as an
optional extra please contact customer
service.
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5 Initial preparations for drying
Things to be done for energy
saving:
• Make sure that you operate the
product at its full capacity but pay
attention to not exceeding it.
• Spin your laundry at the highest speed
possible when washing them. Thus,
the drying time is shortened and
energy consumption is decreased.
• Pay attention to dry same types of
laundry together.
• Follow the instructions in the user
manual for programme selection.
• Make sure that sufficient clearance
is provided at the front and rear side
of the dryer for air circulation. Do not
block the grill at the front side of the
product.
• Do not open the door of the machine
during drying unless necessary. If you
must certainly open the door, pay
attention not to keep it open for a long
time.
• Do not add new (wet) laundry during
drying.
• Lint and fibres released from the
laundry to the air during the drying
cycle are collected in the “Lint Filter”.
Make sure that you clean the filters
before or after each drying.
• In models with condenser, make sure
that you clean the condenser regularly
at least once every month or after
every 30 drying cycles.
• In vented models, follow the chimney
connection rules in the user manual
and pay attention to the chimney
cleaning.
• Ventilate the room, where the dryer is
located, well during drying.
• “For power saving in models with
lamps, at times when your dryer is not
in use, keep the door closed if the On/
Off button is pressed (if the dryer is
energized).”
Laundry suitable for drying in the
machine
CAlways follow the suggestions on the
laundry labels. Dry only the laundry
having a label stating that they are
suitable for drying in a dryer and make
sure that you select the appropriate
programme.
A B C D
Low
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Laundry unsuitable for drying in
the machine
• Laundry items with metal attachments
such as belt buckles and metal buttons
can damage your dryer.
• Do not dry items such as woollens, silk
garments and nylon stockings, delicate
embroidered fabrics, laundry with
metal accessories and items such as
sleeping bags in the dryer.
• Laundry made of delicate and valuable
fabrics as well as lace curtains can be
creased. Do not dry them in the dryer!
• Do not dry items made of hermetic
fibres such as pillows and quilts in the
dryer.
• Laundry made of foam or rubber will
be deformed.
• Do not dry laundry containing rubber in
the dryer.
• Do not dry laundry exposed to
petroleum, oil, combustible or
explosive agents in the dryer even if
they are washed beforehand.
• Overly wet laundry or laundry with
dripping water must not be put into the
dryer.
• Items cleaned or washed with gasoil/
fuel oil, dry-laundry solvents and other
combustible or explosive materials as
well as the items that are contaminated
or spotted with such materials should
not be dried in the product since they
emit flammable or explosive vapor.
• Do not dry items cleaned with
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industrial chemicals in the dryer.
• Do not dry your unwashed laundry in
the dryer.
• Items soiled with cooking oils,
acetone, alcohol, fuel oil, kerosene,
stain remover, turpentine, paraffin and
paraffin removers must be washed
in hot water with plenty of detergent
before being dried in the dryer.
• Garments or pillows bolstered with
rubber foam (latex foam), shower
bonnets, water resistant textiles,
materials with rubber reinforcement
and rubber foam pads should not be
dried in the dryer.
• Do not use fabric softeners and
anti-static products unless they are
recommended by the manufacturers of
the fabric softener or the product.
• Do not dry the underwear reinforced
with metal parts in the dryer. If these
metal reinforcements loosen and break
during drying, they will damage your
dryer.
Preparing laundry for drying
• Check all laundry items before loading
them into the product to make sure
that there are no lighters, coins, metal
items, needles and etc. in their pockets
or on any part of them.
• Fabric softeners and similar products
must be used in accordance with the
instructions of the manufacturer of the
relevant products.
• All laundry must be spun at the highest
spin speed that your washing machine
allows for the laundry type.
• Laundry may be tangled after washing.
Separate your laundry before placing
them into your dryer.
• Sort your laundry according to their
types and thicknesses. Dry the same
type of laundry together. E.g.: fine
kitchen towels and table cloths dry
faster than the thick bath towels.
Correct load capacity
AConsider the information in the
“Programme Selection Table”. Always
start the programme in accordance
with the maximum load capacity.
CAdding laundry to the machine more
than the level shown in the figure is not
recommended. Drying performance
will degrade when the machine is
overloaded. Furthermore, your dryer
and your laundry can be damaged.
CPlace your laundry into the drum
loosely so that they will not get
tangled.
CLarge pieces (E.g.: bed sheets, quilt
covers, large tablecloths) may bunchup. Stop the dryer 1-2 times during
drying process to separate bunchedup laundry.
Following weights are given as examples.
Home articles
Approximate
weights (g)
Cotton quit covers (double)
Cotton quit covers (single)
Bed sheets (double)
Bed sheets (single)
Large tablecloths
Small tablecloths
Tea napkins
Bath towels
Hand towels
1500
1000
500
350
700
250
100
700
350
Approximate
weights (g)
150
300
200
500
350
700
100
125
Garments
Blouses
Cotton shirts
Shirts
Cotton dresses
Dresses
Jeans
Handkerchiefs (10 pieces)
T-Shirts
Loading
• Open the loading door.
• Place laundry items loosely into the
dryer.
• Push the loading door to close. Ensure
that no items are caught in the door.
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6 Selecting a Programme and Operating Your Machine
Control panel
1
2
3
4
6
5
1. Filter cleaning warning light
Warning light turns on when the filter is
full.
2. Programme follow-up indicator
Use to follow-up the progress of the
current programme.
3. Low temperature
Use to dry in low temperatures.
4. On/Off button
Use to turn on and off the machine.
5. Programme selection knob
Use to select a programme.
6. Start/Pause/Cancel button
Use to start, pause or cancel the
programme.
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Preparing the machine
1.Plug in your machine.
2.Place the laundry in the machine.
3.Press the “On/Off” button.
CPressing the “On/Off” button does not
necessarily mean that the programme
has started. Press “Start/Pause/
Cancel” button of the machine to start
the programme.
Main programmes
•Anti-creasing
A 2-hour anti creasing programme to
prevent laundry from creasing will be
activated if you do not take the laundry
out after the programme has come to
an end. This programme rotates the
laundry in 60-second intervals to prevent
creasing.
•Freshen up
Only ventilation is performed for 10
minutes without blowing hot air. You
can air your clothes that have been kept
at closed environments for a long time
thanks to this programme to deodorize
unpleasant odors.
•Timer programmes
You can select one of the 10 min...60
min...80 min... timer programmes to
achieve the final drying level. Dry the
cotton laundry at high temperatures and
synthetic and easy-care laundry at low
temperatures depending on the type of
the laundry.
C You must press the “Low
temperature” button for synthetics
A The drum, door and load may be very
hot.
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Programme selection and consumption table
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Program table
Programs
Capacity (kg)
Spin speed in washing
machine (rpm)
Approximate
amount of
remaining
humidity
Drying time
(minutes)
1000
% 60
130
800
% 70
150
1000
% 60
80-100
800
% 70
100-130
1000
% 60
100
Cottons / Coloreds
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Ready to Wear
3.5
7
A
800
% 70
100-130
1000
% 60
60-80
800
% 70
80
800
% 40
60
600
% 50
60-80
800
% 40
30-60
600
% 50
30-60
1.75
800
% 40
30
Capacity (kg)
Spin speed in washing
machine (rpm)
Approximate
amount of
remaining
humidity
Energy
consumption
value kWh
7
1000
% 60
4.20
7
1000
% 60
3.10
3.5
800
% 40
1.30
Ready to Iron
3.5
Synthetics
3.5
B
Ready to Wear
1.75
Delicates
B
Ready to Wear
Energy consumption values
Programs
Cottons linen Ready to wear*
Cottons Ready to iron
Synthetics Ready to wear
For fabrics spun at higher spin speeds than shown in the table the drying times will be
reduced.
* : Energy Label standard programme (EN 61121:2012)
All values given in the table have been fixed according to EN 61121:2012 Standard.
These values may deviate from the table according to the laundry type, laundry spin
speed, environmental conditions and voltage fluctuations.
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Auxiliary function
Low temperature
This function allows for drying at lower
temperatures and therefore saves energy.
Warning LED will light up when you select
the function.
C You must use this function when you
dry your synthetic or delicate laundry.
Warning indicators
C Warning indicators may differ
according to the model of your
machine.
Filter cleaning
A warning LED will light up to remind filter
cleaning after the programme finishes.
CIf the filter cleaning warning LED
lights up continuously, please refer to,
“Solution suggestions for problems”.
Starting the Programme
1.Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button to
start the programme.
2.“Start/Pause/Cancel” button will light
up to indicate that the programme has
started.
Timer follow-up indicator
One of the LED lights will remain on as
far as programme runs and shows the
approximate remaining time.
CLEDs on the timer follow-up indicator
will also flash when the child-proof lock
is activated.
Changing the programme after
the programme has started
You can use this feature to dry your
laundry in a different programme after
your machine has started to run.
For example;
Press and hold the “Start/Pause/Cancel”
button for about 3 seconds to select
“80” minutes programme instead of “60”
minutes programme
Select the “80” minutes programme by
rotating the program knob.
Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button to
start the programme.
C The programme which is selected
first will go on even if the programme
selection button is moved and another
programme mode is selected while the
machine is operating. You must cancel
the ongoing programme in order to
change the drying programme. (See,
Ending the program through canceling)
Adding/removing laundry in standby
mode
In order to add or take out laundry after
the start-up of the programme
1. Press the “Start/Pause/Cancel” button
to switch the machine to “Pause”
mode. Drying process will stop.
2. Open the door at Pause position and
close it again after adding or taking out
laundry.
3. Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button to
start the programme.
C Any laundry added after the drying
process was started may cause the
already dried clothes in the machine
intermingle with wet cloth es and the
result will be wet laundry after the
drying process is over.
C Laundry may be added or taken
out as much as desired during a
drying process, but as this process
will interrupt drying continuously, it
will extend the programme duration
and increase energy consumption.
Therefore, it is recommended to add
laundry before the drying programme
is started.
Child-proof lock
There is a childproof lock to prevent
any programme interruption due to the
pressing of keys while the program is on.
The loading door and all keys except the
“On/Off” key on the panel are deactivated
when the child-proof lock is active.
In order to activate the childproof lock,
press the “Start/Pause/Cancel” and “Low
temperature” buttons simultaneously for
3 seconds.
To start a new programme after the
programme is over or to interrupt the
programme, the childproof lock should be
deactivated. To deactivate the childproof
lock, press the same buttons for 3 sec.
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COne of the LEDs on the programme
follow-up indicator starts flashing when
the child-proof lock is activated.
CChild-proof lock is deactivated when
the machine is restarted by pressing
the On/Off button.
Ending the programme through
cancelling
The program which is selected first will
keep on going even if the position of the
programme selection button is changed.
A new programme can be selected and
started after “Programme cancel” is
activated in order to change the drying
programme.
To cancel any selected programme;
• Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button
for about a duration of 3 seconds.
The “Filter cleaning” warning LEDs as
well as the “0” warning LED on the
programme follow-up indicator will
light up at the end of this period for
reminding purposes.
AAs the inside of the machine will be
excessively hot when you cancel
the programme while the machine
is running, activate the freshen up
program to cool it down.
End of programme
The “Filter cleaning” warning LEDs as
well as the “0” warning LED on the
programme follow-up indicator will light
up at the end of the programme. The
door can be opened and the machine
becomes ready for a second cycle.
Press the “On/Off” button to shut down
the machine.
CA 2-hour anti creasing programme to
prevent laundry from creasing will be
activated if you do not take the laundry
out after the programme has come to
an end.
CClean the filter after each drying
(please see, Filter cleaning).
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Quick instructions for daily use
Preparation and starting
1.Press the “On/Off” button.
2.Place the laundry in the machine.
3.Select the programme.
4.Close the loading door.
5.Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
Cancelling a programme
A new programme can be selected and
started after “Programme cancel” is
activated in order to change the drying
programme.
In order to cancel the selected
programme, press “Start/Pause/Cancel”
button for about 3 seconds. The “Filter
cleaning and “0/ Anti-creasing” warning
LEDs will light up at the end of this period
for reminding purposes.
Adding laundry
In order to add laundry after the start-up
of the programme:
1.Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button.
2.Open the loading door and put the
laundry in.
3.Close the loading door.
4.Press “Start/Pause/Cancel” button to
start the programme.
Changing the programme after the
programme has started
You can use this feature after your
machine has started to dry your clothes
under higher or lower temperatures.
Press and hold the “Start/Pause/Cancel”
button for about 3 seconds to switch
the machine into the “Cancel” status in
order to change the programme. Change
the programme and press “Start/Pause/
Cancel” button to start it.
After the programme is finished
The “0/Anti-creasing” and “Filter cleaning”
warning LEDs on the programme
follow up indicator will light up when
the programme comes to an end. The
door can be opened and the machine
becomes ready for a second cycle.
1.Press the “On/Off” button to shut
down the machine.
2.Take out the laundry from the machine.
3.Check if there are any foreign objects
in the machine.
4.Clean the filter after drying.
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Maintenance and cleaning
Fluff filter
Lint and fibres released from the laundry
to the air during the drying cycle are
collected in the “Fluff Filter”.
C Such fibre and lint are generally
formed during wearing and washing.
C Always clean the filter after each
Drying process.
C You can clean the filter and filter area
by vacuum cleaner.
C It is recommended that the
Figure 1
Figure 2
For Filter cleaning;
1.Take out the cover.
2.a If the product’s fluff filter can be
opened as shown in Figure 1, remove
the filter by pulling it up and open the
filter.
2.b If the product’s fluff filter is as shown
in Figure 2, remove the filter by pulling
it up.
3. Clean lint, fibre, and cotton raveling
on the filter and in the filter housing by
hand or with a soft piece of cloth.
4. Close the filter and place it back into
its seat.
C Clogging may arise on the filter
surface after using your machine for
some time; if this occurs, wash the
filter with water and dry it before using
again.
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accumulated fluff in the vent hose be
cleaned out with a vacuum cleaner
every six months.
9 Solution suggestions for problems
Problem
Cause
Explanation / Suggestion
Drying process
takes too much
time.
The filter might have not been
cleaned.
* Meshes of the filter may be clogged.
Wash with water.
Laundry comes
out wet at the end
of drying.
Machine does not
switch on or the
programme does
not start. Machine
is not activated
when set.
* The filter might have not been
cleaned.
* Excessive laundry might have been
loaded in.
* It might have not been plugged in.
* The loading door may be ajar.
* Programme might have not been set
or the «Start/Pause/Cancel» button
might have not been pressed.
* «Childproof lock» might have been
activated.
* The condenser cover on the models
with a condenser might not be closed
securely.
* Meshes of the filter may be clogged.
Wash with water.
* Do not overload the machine.
* Make sure that the machine is plugged in.
* Make sure that the loading door is
properly closed.
* Make sure that the programme has been
set and it is not in “Pause” mode.
* Deactivate the childproof lock.
* Make sure that the condenser cover and
the red lock is closed securely.
* Make sure that the loading door is
properly closed.
* Press «Start/Pause/Cancel» button to
start the programme.
* Dry only the laundry which is suitable for
drying in your machine after checking the
* A programme suitable for the laundry labels on your clothes.
type might have not been used.
* Select a programme with suitable low
temperature for the laundry type to dry your
clothes.
Programme has
* The loading door may be ajar.
been interrupted
* Electricity may be cut off.
without any cause.
Laundry has
shrunk, become
felted or
deteriorated.
Drum light does
not come on.
(for models
equipped with a
lamp)
* The machine might have not been
started by using the On/Off button.
* Bulb may have blown.
0 / Anti-creasing”
LED flashes.
* The 2-hour anti creasing programme
* Turn off the machine and take out the
to prevent laundry from creasing might
laundry.
have been activated.
0/ Anti-creasing”
LED is on.
* Programme has come to an end.
* Turn off the machine and take out the
laundry.
“Filter cleaning”
LED flashes.
* Filter might have not been cleaned.
* Clean the cover filter.
* Make sure that the machine is On.
* Call the authorized service to replace the
bulb.
A Call an authorised service agent if the problem persists.
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10 Door Reversal
1. Unplug the dryer.
2. Open the door.
3. Turn the contact pin in the upper part of door by 90° in the anti-clockwise
direction and remove it.
4. Unscrew the 2 screws of each door hinge and remove the door.
5. Removing the door lock: Using a flat screwdriver release the snap-fitted door
lock.
6. Remove 2 plugs for the hinges and one for the door-lock on the opposite side.
7. Insert the door lock system on the opposite side of the hinge and be sure it is
properly fitted.
8. Reverse the door:
Fit the door on the opposite side using 4 screws removed. Fix the contact pin into
the top side of the door by turning 90° in the clockwise direction.
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11 Guarantee
Important notes
Your new product is guaranteed against
the cost of breakdown repairs for twelve
months from the date of the original
purchase.
What is covered?
• Repairs necessary as a result of faulty
materials, defective components or
manufacturing defect.
• The cost of functional replacement
parts, but excluding consumable items.
• The labour costs of a approved repairer
to carry out the repair.
What is not covered?
• Transit, delivery or accidental damage
or misuse and abuse.
• Cabinet or appearance parts, including
knobs, flaps, handles or container lids.
• Accessories or consumable items
including but not limited to, ice trays,
scrapers, cutlery baskets, filters and light
bulbs.
• Repairs required as a result of
unauthorised repair or inexpert installation
that fails to meet the requirements
contained in the user instruction book.
• Repairs to products used on
commercial or non-residential household
premises.
• Loss of frozen food in freezers or fridge/
freezers. (Food loss insurance is often
included within your household contents
insurance policy, or may be available
separately from your retailer).
• Your product is designed and built for
domestic household use only.
• The guarantee will be void if the product
is installed or used in commercial or nonresidential domestic household premises.
• The product must be correctly installed,
located and operated in accordance with
the instructions contained in the User
Instructions Booklet provided.
• Professional installation by a qualified
Electrical Domestic Appliance Installer
is recommended for all Washing
Machines,Tumble Dryers, Dishwashers,
Dryers and Electric Cookers
• Gas Cookers must only be installed by
a CORGI (or BORD GAIS) registered Gas
Installer.
• The guarantee is given only within the
boundaries of the United Kingdom and
the Republic of Ireland.
• The guarantee is applicable only to new
products and is not transferable if the
product is resold.
• disclaims any liability for incidental or
consequential damages.
• The guarantee does not in anyway
diminish your statutory or legal rights.
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12 Service
Please keep your purchase receipt
or other proof of purchase in a safe
place; you will need to have it should
the product require attention under
guarantee.
You should also complete the details
below; it will help us assist you when
requesting service. (The model number
is printed on the Instruction Booklet and
the serial number is printed on the Rating
Label affixed to the appliance)
Model No:
Serial No:
Retailer:
Date of purchase:
Republic of Ireland
All Refrigeration, 01 862 3411
All Cookers
Washing Machines & Dryers, Tumble
Dryers Dishwashers
Before requesting service please
check the trouble-shooting guide in the
Operating Instructions as a charge may
be levied where no fault is found even
though your product may still be under
guarantee.
Service once the manufacturers
guarantee has expired.
If you have purchased an extended
guarantee please refer to the instructions
contained within the extended guarantee
agreement document. Otherwise please
call the appropriate number above where
service can be obtained at a charge.
Should you experience any difficulty in
obtaining service please contact the
Customer Help-Line.
Tel: 0845 600 4911
For service under guarantee simply
telephone the appropriate number below.
UK Mainland & Northern Ireland
Fridges & Freezers 0845 600 4903
Electric Cookers 0845 600 4902
Gas & 0845 600 4905
Dual Fuel Cookers
Washing Machines & Dryers
Tumble Dryers 0845 600 4906
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