INSTRUCTION BOOK
GCC 591NB
Condenser Tumble Dryer
English
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INDEX
Introduction
Delivery Information
Unpacking the Product
Safety Reminders
Use
Installation
The Laundry
Environmental Issues
Gias Service
Installation
Electrical Requirements
Adjusting the Feet
Ventilation
Preparing the Load
Clothes Preparation
Do Not Tumble Dry
Energy Saving
Sorting the Load
Drying Guide
Controls and Indicators
Selecting the Programme
Door and Filter
Opening the Door
Filter
Filter Care Indicator
Water Container
To Remove the Container
Condenser
To Remove the Condenser
Operation
Delay Start Function
Cancelling and Resetting the Programme
Cleaning and Routine Maintenance
Cleaning the Dryer
Technical Specifications
Troubleshooting
Customer Service
Spares
Gias Service
Your Guarantee
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INTRODUCTION
Please read and follow these instructions carefully and operate the machine accordingly. This
booklet provides important guidelines for safe use, installation, maintenance and some useful
advice for best results when using your machine.
Keep all documentation in a safe place for future reference or for any future owners.
Delivery Information
Please check that the following items are
delivered with the appliance:
● Instruction manual
● Guarantee card
● Energy label
Check that no damage has occurred to the
machine during transit. If it has, call for service
by GIAS.
Failure to comply with the above can
compromise the safety of the appliance. You
may be charged for a service call if a problem
with your machine is caused by misuse.
UNPACKING THE PRODUCT
Remove the machine from
its packaging close to the
final location of the
machine.
1- Cut carefully around the
base of the packaging and
up one corner.
2- Remove the polythene
sleeve and lift the dryer off
the polystyrene base.
Dispose of the packaging safely. Make
sure it is out of the reach of children,it is a
potential source of danger.
SAFETY REMINDERS
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.
● Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
● WARNING Misuse of a tumble dryer may create a fire hazard.
●This machine is solely for domestic use, i.e. to dry household textiles and garments.
●This machine should only be used for its intended purpose as described in this manual. Ensure
that the instructions for installation and use are fully understood before operating the appliance.
● Do not touch the appliance when hands or feet are damp or wet.
● Do not lean on the door when loading the machine or use the door to lift or move the machine.
●Do not allow children to play with the machine or its controls.
● WARNING Do not use the product if the fluff filter is not in position or is damaged; fluff could be
ignited.
● WARNING Where the hot surface symbol is
located the temperature rise during operation
of the tumble dryer may be in excess of 60 degrees C.
● Remove the plug from the electricity supply. Always remove the plug before cleaning the
appliance.
● Do not continue to use this machine if it appears to be faulty.
● Lint and fluff must not be allowed to collect on the floor around the outside of the machine.
● The drum inside may be very hot. Always allow the dryer to complete the cool down period before
removing the laundry.
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SAFETY REMINDERS
Installation
● Check that the product has no visible signs of
damage before use. If damaged do not use and
please call GIAS Service.
● Do not use adapters, multiple connectors
and/or extensions.
● Never install the dryer against curtains and be
sure to prevent items from falling or collecting
behind the dryer.
● 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 tumble
dryer.
The Laundry
●Do not dry unwashed items in the tumble dryer.
● WARNING Do not tumble dry fabrics treated
with dry cleaning fluids.
●WARNING Foam rubber materials can, under
certain circumstances, when heated become
ignited by spontaneous combustion. Items
such as foam rubber (latex foam), shower caps,
waterproof textiles, rubber backed articles and
clothes or pillows fitted with foam rubber pads
MUST NOT be dried in the tumble dryer.
● Always refer to the laundry care labels for
directions on suitability for drying.
● Clothes should be spin dried or thoroughly
wrung before they are put into the tumble dryer.
Clothes that are dripping wet should not be put
into the dryer.
● Lighters and matches must not be left in
pockets and NEVER use flammable liquids
near the machine.
● Glass fibre curtains should NEVER be put in
this machine. Skin irritation may occur if other
garments are contaminated with the glass
fibres.
● Items that have been soiled with substances
such as cooking oil, acetone, alcohol, petrol,
kerosene, spot removers, turpentine, waxes
and wax removers should be washed in hot
water with an extra amount of detergent before
being dried in the tumble dryer.
● Fabric softeners, or similar products, should
be used as specified by the fabric softener
instructions.
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Environmental Issues
● All packaging materials used are
environmentally-friendly and recyclable.
Please help dispose of the packaging via
environmentally-friendly means. Your local
council will be able to give you details of current
means of disposal.
● To ensure safety when disposing of an old
tumble dryer disconnect the mains plug from
the socket, cut the mains power cable and
destroy this together with the plug. To prevent
children shutting themselves in the machine
break the door hinges or the door lock.
European Directive 2002/96/EC
This appliance is marked according
to the European directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human
health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product.
The symbol on the product indicates that this
product may not be treated as household waste.
Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable
collection point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
For more detailed information about treatment,
recovery and recycling of this product, please
contact your local city office,your household
waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product. Disposal must be
carried out in accordance with local
environmental regulations for waste disposal.
GIAS Service
● To ensure the continued safe and efficient
operation of this appliance we recommend that
any servicing or repairs are only carried out by
an authorised GIAS service engineer.
If the appliance is not running properly or
breaks down, switch it off and disconnect the
plug from the socket. Consult GIAS Service for
possible repair.
INSTALLATION
Electrical Requirements
Tumble dryers are supplied to operate at a
voltage of 220-240V, 50 Hz single phase. Check
that the supply circuit is rated to at least 13A.
Electricity can be extremely dangerous.
This appliance must be earthed.
The socket outlet and the plug on the
appliance must be of the same type.
Do not use multiple adapters and/or
extension leads.
The plug should be accessible for
disconnection after the appliance has been
installed.
CE Appliance complies with European Directive
2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EC and subsequent
amendments.
VENTILATION
Adequate ventilation must be provided in the
room where the tumble dryer is located to
prevent gases from appliances burning other
fuels, including open fires, being drawn into the
room during operation of the tumble dryer.
● Exhaust air must not be discharged into a flue
which is used for exhausting fumes from
appliances burning gas or other fuels.
● Check regularly that the air flowing through the
dryer is not restricted.
● Check the fluff filter after use, and clean, if
necessary.
● The inlet and outlets should be kept free from
obstructions. To ensure adequate ventilation the
space between the bottom of the machine and
the floor must not be obstructed. There should be
a gap of at least 12mm between the machine and
any obstructions.
● Prevent items from falling or collecting behind
the dryer as these may obstruct the air inlet and
outlet.
● NEVER install the dryer up against curtains.
You may be charged for a service call if a
problem with your machine is caused by
incorrect installation.
If the mains cord on this appliance is
damaged, it must be replaced by a special cord
which is ONLY obtainable from the spares
service. It must be installed by a competent
person.
Air Inlent Vents
Air Outlets
Do not plug the machine in and switch it
on at the mains until the installation is
completed.For your safety, this dryer must be
correctly installed. If there is any doubt about
installation, call GIAS Service for advice.
Adjusting the Feet
Once the machine is in
place the feet should
be adjusted to ensure
that the machine is
level.
Air Outlets in the Base
Do not install the product in a low temperature room or
in a room where there is a risk of frost occurring. At
temperature around freezing point the product may not be
able to operate properly: there is a risk of damage if the
water is allowed to freeze in the hydraulic circuit (valves,
hoses, pumps). For a better product performance the
ambient room temperature must be between +2°C and
+35°C. Please note that operating in cold condition
(between +2 and +15°C) might imply some water
condensation and water drops on floor.
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PREPARING THE LOAD
Before using the tumble dryer for the first time:
● Please read this instruction book thoroughly.
● Remove all items packed inside drum.
● Wipe the inside of the drum and door with a
damp cloth to remove any dust which may
have settled in transit.
Clothes Preparation
Make sure that the laundry you are going to dry
is suitable for drying in a tumble dryer, as shown
by the care symbols on each item.
Check that all fastenings are closed and that
pockets are empty. Turn the articles inside out.
Place clothes loosely in the drum to make sure
that they don't get tangled.
Do Not Tumble Dry:
Woollens, silk, delicate fabrics, nylon stockings,
delicate embroidery, fabrics with metallic decorations, garments with PVC or leather
trimmings, training shoes, bulky items such as
sleeping bags, etc.
IMPORTANT: Do not dry articles which
have been treated with a dry cleaning fluid or
rubber clothes (danger of fire or explosion).
During the last 15 minutes the load is always
tumbled in cool air.
Energy Saving
Only put into the tumble dryer laundry which
has been thoroughly wrung or spin-dried. The
drier the laundry the shorter the drying time thus
saving electricity.
ALWAYS
● Try to dry the maximum weight of laundry, this
will save time and electricity.
● Check that the filter is clean before every
drying cycle.
NEVER
● Exceed the maximum weight, this will waste
time and electricity.
● Put dripping wet items into the tumble dryer,
this may damage the appliance.
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Maximum Drying Weight
● Cottons
● Synthetics
Max. 9 kg
Max. 4 kg
Do not overload the drum, large items
when wet can exceed the maximum admissible
clothes load (for example: sleeping bags,
duvets).
Sort the Load as Follows
● By care symbols
These can be found on the collar or inside seam:
Suitable for tumble drying.
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Tumble drying at high temperature.
.
Tumble drying at low temperature only.
Do not tumble dry.
If the item does not have a care label it must be
assumed that it is not suitable for tumble drying.
● By amount and thickness
Whenever the load is bigger than the dryer
capacity, separate clothes according to
thickness (e.g. towels from thin underwear).
● By type of fabric
Cottons/linen: Towels, cotton jersey, bed and
table linen.
Synthetics: Blouses, shirts, overalls, etc. made
of polyester or polyamid, as well as for cotton/synthetic mixes.
● By drying level
Sort into: iron dry, cupboard dry, etc. For delicate
articles press the button
to select low drying
temperature.
Drying Guide
The table shows approximate drying times,depending on
the type of fabric and dampness of the clothes.
FABRIC
HEAT
SETTING
HEAVY
LOAD
MEDIUM
LOAD
LIGHT
LOAD
COTTON
HIGH
140-165min
70-80min
50-65min
SYNTHETICS
LOW
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70-80min
40-55min
ACRYLIC
LOW
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50-65min
30-40min
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
Empty Water
Indicator
Filter Care
Indicator
Progress
Display
Start/Pause
Button
Control Panel and Indicator Lights
Programme Selector – Select the required
programme
Delay Start button – Allows the user to
delay the start of the drying cycle (see details
of Operation on page 10)
Start/Pause button – Press to commence
the selected drying programme
Acrylics Synthetics Button
– Press to
reduce the heat level for delicate items, the
indicator above the button will light up. To
change the heat setting the programme must
be reset
Low Heat – Indicator light ON
High Heat – Indicator light OFF
Empty Water indicator
water container is full
Filter Care indicator
filter needs cleaning
– lights when the
– lights when the
Progress display
DRY – When the programme is selected the
DRY indicator will flash, when the
programme starts the DRY indicator will light
up.
– Indicator lights when there is a short
time left until completion of the programme. At
this stage of the drying cycle the machine
enters the Cool Down phase.
The length of the Cool Down phase varies
between 10 and 15 minutes depending on the
programme.
END – Indicator lights when the programme
is finished.
Acrylics/Synthetics
Button
Delay Start
Button
Programme
Selector
SELECTING THE PROGRAMME
The Candy Sensor Dry machine gives many
options for drying the laundry to suit all
circumstances.
The table on the next page lists the
programmes and the function of each
programme.
Note: The sensor may not detect a small load of
small articles. For small loads and separate
items or pre-dried fabrics with low moisture
content, use the timed programmes.
Set the programme between 30 and 75 minutes
depending on the load size and dryness
required, and select high or low heat depending
upon the fabric type.
If the sensor does not detect the item the dryer
will only operate for 10 minutes before going
into cooldown.
If the load is too large or too wet to tumble dry
the dryer will automatically go into cooldown
after approximately 3 hours.
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SELECTING THE PROGRAMME
PROGRAMME
Extra Dry
Cupboard Dry
Iron Dry
Wool Finish
No Crease
DESCRIPTION
Select the degree of dryness that you require. This ranges from
for bath towels and bathrobes, through
for items that will be
put away without ironing, to the programme that leaves the laundry
suitable for ironing.
A gentle programme specially created to get woollens softer after
air-drying.This delicate warm air cycle, lasting 12 minutes, can
also be used to get woollens 'refreshed' after being stored in the
wardrobe.
The
programme provides a conditioning and anticrease
function. The dryer will heat the load for 9 minutes followed by a 3
minute cool down period and is especially good for garments
which may have been left for some time prior to ironing, in a linen
basket for example. Garments may also become stiffened when
dried outside on a washing line or inside on radiators.
This programme relaxes the creases in the fabric making ironing
quicker and easier.
40' Rapid
The 40’ Rapid programme allows a drying cycle to be completed
quickly. This is an ideal programme for having dry, refreshed and
ready-to-wear clothes in less than 40'. This special programme
constantly monitors the dryness and temperature in the drum
thanks to the sensor using, using the exact time and energy you
need! The machine finishes the cycle when the cupboard dry level
is reached. The stated cycle length could vary according to fabric
types, load size and residual moisture in the garments.The
maximum load is 2kg and the programme is suitable for all types of
fabric where tumble drying is appropriate.
150'
150' minutes of drying
120'
120' minutes of drying
90'
90' minutes of drying
75'
75' minutes of drying
60'
60' minutes of drying
45'
45' minutes of drying
30'
30' minutes of drying
Refresh
Tumbling the laundry in cool air for 20 minutes
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DOOR and FILTER
Opening the Door
Pull on handle to open
the door.
To restart the dryer,
close the door and
press Start/Pause
button .
WARNING! When the tumble dryer is in
use the drum and door may be VERY HOT.
Never stop a tumble dryer before the end of the
drying cycle unless all items are quickly
removed and spread out so that the heat is
dissipated.
Filter
IMPORTANT: To maintain the efficiency of the
dryer check that the fluff filter is clean before
each drying cycle.
1.Pull the
upwards.
filter
2. Open filter as shown.
3.Gently remove lint
using a soft brush or
your fingertips.
4.Snap the filter
together and push
back into place.
Filter Care Indicator
Lights when the
filter needs cleaning.
If the laundry is not
drying check that the
filter is not clogged.
DO NOT USE WATER TO CLEAN THE FILTER.
WATER CONTAINER
The water removed from the laundry during the
drying cycle is collected in a container at the
bottom of the dryer. When the container is full
the
indicator on the control panel will light,
and the container MUST be emptied. However,
we recommend that the container is emptied
after each drying cycle.
NOTE: Very little water will collect during the
first few cycles of a new machine as an internal
reservoir is filled first.
To Remove the Container
1.Gently pull the bottom
of the kickplate so that it
unclips from the dryer.
The top section can
then be unhinged
allowing the kickplate to
be completely
removed.
2.Pull firmly on the
handgrip and slide the
water container out of
the dryer
.
Support the container
with both hands. When
full, the water container
will weigh about 4kg.
3. Open the lid located
on the top of the
container and empty
the water.
4. Refit the lid and slide
the water container
back into position.
PUSH FIRMLY INTO
PLACE.
5. Refit the kickplate by
engaging the hinges at
the top and 'snapping'
the lower clips into
place.
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CONDENSER
Important: Always switch off and remove the
plug from the electricity supply before cleaning
the condenser.
To maintain the efficiency of the dryer regularly
check that the condenser is clean.
To Remove the Condenser
1.Remove
kickplate
OPERATION
1. Open the door and load the drum with
laundry. Ensure that garments do not hinder
closure of the door.
2. Gently close the door pushing it slowly until
you hear the door 'click' shut.
the
3. Turn the Programme Selector dial to select
the required drying programme (see Programme Guide).
2. Turn the two locking
levers anti-clockwise
and pull out the
condenser.
4. If drying synthetics, acrylics or delicate items,
press the Acrylics/Synthetics button to reduce
the heat level.
The light next to the push button will light up
when the machine is in low heat setting. To
deselect in the first few minutes of the
programme, press the Acrylics/Synthetics
button, after this time reset the machine to
change the setting.
3.Pull out
condenser unit.
the
4. Gently remove any
dust or fluff with a cloth,
then wash the unit by
holding it under a
running tap turning it
so that water flows
between the plates, to
remove any dust or
fluff.
5. Refit the condenser
ensuring it is in the
correct way (as
indicated by the arrow)
and pushed firmly into
place. Lock the two
levers by turning them
clockwise.
6. Refit the kickplate..
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5. Press the Start/Pause button. The dryer will
start automatically and the DRY indicator will be
continuously lit.
6. If the door is opened during the programme to
check the laundry, it is necessary to press
Start/Pause to recommence drying after the
door has been closed.
7. When the cycle is nearing completion the
machine will enter the cool down phase, the
clothes will be tumbled in cool air allowing the
load to cool down.
8. When the programme is complete the END
indicator will light.
9. Following the completion of the cycle the
drum will rotate intermittently to minimize
creasing. This will continue until the machine is
switched OFF or the door is Opened.
OPERATION
Delay Start Function
The Delay Start Function allows the user to delay the start of the drying cycle by 3, 6 or 9 hours.
When the function is first selected the display will show a delay of 3 hours, subsequent presses of
the button will increase the delay to 6 or 9 hours.
To commence the programme press Start/Pause and the appliance will complete the drying cycle
at the end of this time. The 3, 6 or 9 hour indicator light will flash to indicate that the start delay is in
progress.
Cancelling and Resetting the Programme
To cancel a programme press the Start/Pause button for 3 seconds. The DRY light will flash to
indicate that it has been reset.
CLEANING AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the Dryer
● Clean the filter and empty the water
container after every drying cycle.
● Regularly clean the condenser.
● After each period of use, wipe the inside of
the drum and leave the door open for a while to
allow circulation of air to dry it.
● Wipe the outside of the machine and the
door with a soft cloth.
● DO NOT use abrasive pads or cleaning
agents.
● To prevent the door sticking or the build up of
fluff, clean the inner door and gasket with a
damp cloth after every drying cycle.
WARNING! The Drum, door and load may
be very hot.
Technical Specifications
Drum capacity
Maximum load
Height
Width
Depth
Energy Label Band
115 litres
9 kg
85 cm
60 cm
60 cm
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Information for Test Laboratory
EN 61121 Programme
-DRY COTTON
-IRON DRY COTTON
-EASY-CARE TEXTILE
Programme To Use
-Cupboard dry
-Iron dry
-Cupboard dry + Synthetic
IMPORTANT Always switch off and
remove the plug from the electricity supply
before cleaning this appliance.
For electrical data refer to the rating label
on the front of the dryer cabinet (with the door
open).
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TROUBLESHOOTING
What Might be the Cause of...
Defects you can remedy yourself
Before calling GIAS Service for technical
advice please run through the following
checklist. A charge will be made if the machine
is found to be working or has been installed
incorrectly or used incorrectly.
If the problem persists after completing the
recommended checks, please call GIAS
Service, they may be able to assist you over the
telephone.
Drying time is too long/clothes are not dry
enough…
● Have you selected the correct drying
time/programme?
● Were the clothes too wet? Were the clothes
thoroughly wrung or spindried?
● Does the filter need cleaning?
● Is the dryer overloaded?
● Has the ‘Acrylics/Synthetics’ option been
selected from a previous cycle?
The dryer does not operate…
● Is there a working electricity supply to the
dryer? Check using another appliance such as
a table lamp.
● Is the plug properly connected to the mains
supply?
● Is there a power failure?
● Has the fuse blown?
● Is the door fully closed?
● Is the dryer switched on, both at the mains
supply and at the machine?
● Has the drying time or the programme been
selected?
● Has the machine been switched on again
after opening the door?
The dryer is noisy…
● Switch off the dryer and contact GIAS Service
for advice.
The Filter Care Indicator is on…
● Does the filter need cleaning?
The Empty Water Indicator is on…
● Does the water container need emptying?
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
Should there still be a problem with your dryer
after completing all the recommended checks,
please call GIAS Service for advice.
They may be able to assist you over the
telephone or arrange for a suitable appointment
for an engineer to call under the terms of your
guarantee. However, a charge may be made if
any of the following applies to your machine:
● Is found to be in working order.
● Has not been installed in accordance with the
installation instructions.
● Has been used incorrectly.
If the supply cord on this appliance is
damaged, it must be replaced by a special cord
which is only available from GIAS Service or an
authorised Candy Dealer.
Spares
Always use genuine spares, available direct
from GIAS Service.
Candy Spares Service Tel: 08443 712758
GIAS Service
For service and repairs call your local GIAS
Service engineer.
Phone GIAS on 08444 995599
Eire – 0818 2000021
YOUR GUARANTEE
For a period of one year from the date of purchase the appliance is covered by a guarantee which
allows you to call GIAS Service free of charge.
Remember to send off the guarantee certificate for validation within 10 days of the date of purchase.
You should retain the receipt issued by the retailer when you purchased the machine to show to the
call out engineer, should you need to consult one.
If your appliance shows signs of a defect or is not working properly, before you contact GIAS Service
we recommend you carry out the checks detailed within the Troubleshooting section. If the problem
with the appliance persists after completing all the recommended checks, please dial the GIAS
Service number.
You will be connected directly to GIAS. It is important you tell the GIAS advisor your product's model
number and serial number, which you will find on the rating label (16 characters, beginning with the
number 3), found on the front of the appliance (door area). By doing this, your enquiry will be
responded to more efficiently.
Candy guarantees all parts of this product for 5 years from the date of purchase. During that time
Candy will replace or repair all defective parts free of charge, except for parts subject to fair wear and
tear such as belts. The call out fee and labour costs are chargeable after the first 12 months. To
qualify for benefits under the guarantee, you must be able to provide proof of date of purchase and
the appliance must have been installed and used in accordance with the instructions described in
this manual.
Consequential losses and accidental damage to the machine is not covered by the guarantee.
Candy cannot be responsible for the results of using this machine for any purposes other than Those
described in this manual.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory or common law rights.
Note: If repair work has been completed by an unauthorised engineer the product guarantee May
become invalid.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility
in the event of any printing mistakes in this
booklet. The manufacturer also reserves the
right to make appropriate modifications to
its products without changing the essential
characteristics.
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