Important Information Condenser Unit

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Important Information
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For your Condenser dryer to operate efficiently, you must follow the regular maintenance schedule shown below:
Fluff Filter...
! You MUST clean the fluff filter after EVERY drying
cycle.
STEP 1.
Open the door of your
dryer.
STEP 2.
Pull out the filter (using
the two finger grips).
STEP 3.
Clean any fluff deposits
from the filter mesh.
STEP 4.
Refit the filter - NEVER
run the dryer without the
filter in position.
! Failure to clean the filter after EVERY drying cycle will affect the drying performance of your machine.
- It will take longer to dry and as a result will use more electricity during drying.
Water Container...
! You MUST empty the water container after EVERY
drying cycle.
STEP 1.
Pull the water container
towards you and remove
it fully from the dryer.
STEP 2.
Empty all the water
collected in the water
container.
STEP 3.
Refit the water container,
ensuring that it is pushed
fully back into position.
! The ‘Empty Water’ light
stays on - To remind you to
empty the water container
at the start and at the
end of each programme.
! Failure to empty the water container will result in:
- The machine will stop heating (so the load may still be wet at the end of the drying cycle).
- The ‘Empty Water’ light will flash to tell you that the water container is full.
Priming the Water Collection System
When your dryer is new, the water container will not collect water until the system is primed... this will take 1 or 2 drying
cycles. Once primed it will collect water during every drying cycle.
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Important Information
Condenser Unit...
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! You MUST clean the fluff from the condenser EVERY
month.
STEP 1.
Open the condenser cover
- hold the handle and
pull towards you.
STEP 2.
Remove the condenser by
rotating the 3 clips then
pulling the condenser
towards you.
(There may be some water
in the tubes, this is normal).
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STEP 3.
Flush the condenser, from
the rear with water, to
remove any fluff deposits.
STEP 4.
Refit the condenser unit
- ensure that the unit is
pushed in fully, all 3 clips
are re-secured and the
positiong arrows on the
front of the condenser are
pointing upwards.
Check that:
- The positioning arrows are pointing upwards.
- The 3 clips are re-secured back into their ‘lock’ position.
Rotate 3 clips
! Failure to clean the condenser could cause premature
failure of your dryer.
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Instruction booklet
TUMBLE DRYER
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Contents
English
Installation, 5
Door reversal instructions
Where to put your dryer
Ventilation
Water drain
Electrical connection
Before you start using your dryer
Dryer description, 6
To open the door
The features
Control panel
Start and programmes, 7-9
ISL70C
Choosing a programme
Table of programmes
The controls
Laundry, 10-11
Sorting your laundry
Wash care labels
Special clothing items
Drying times
Warnings and Suggestions, 12
General safety
Disposal
Saving energy and respecting the environment
Maintenance and Care, 13
Switching off the electricity
Cleaning the filter after each cycle
Empty the water container after each cycle
Check the drum after each cycle
Cleaning the condenser
Cleaning the dryer
Troubleshooting, 14
Service, 15
Spare parts
! Keep this instruction booklet on hand in order to refer to it when necessary. Take it with you when you move, and
should you sell this appliance or pass it on to another party, make sure that this booklet is supplied along with the
dryer so that the new owner may be informed about warnings and suggestions on how the appliance works.
! Read these instructions carefully; the following pages contain important information on installation and suggestions
on how the appliance works.
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Installation
Where to put your dryer
Electrical connections
Place your dryer at a distance from gas ranges,
stoves, heaters, or cook tops because flames can
damage the appliance.
Minimum gap 10mm
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If you are going to install the
appliance under a work
counter, be sure to leave a
10mm space between the
Minimum gaps
top and any other objects
15mm
on or above the machine and
a 15mm space between the
sides and lateral furnishings
or walls.
This is to ensure proper air circulation.
! Make sure that the back vents are not obstructed.
Make sure of the following before you insert the plug
into the the electrical socket:
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Ventilation
When the dryer is in use, there has to be adequate
ventilation. Make sure you put your dryer in an
environment that is not damp and has proper air
circulation throughout. Airflow around the dryer is
essential to condense the water produced during the
washing, the dryer will not operate efficiently in an
enclosed space or cupboard.
! If using the dryer in a small or cold room some
condensation could be experienced.
! We do not recommend that the dryer is installed in a
cupboard but the dryer must never be installed
behind a lockable door, a sliding door or a door with a
hinge on the opposite side to that of the dryer door.
Door Reversal Instructions
Hinge
Door catch
Door latch
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Ensure your hands are dry.
The socket must be grounded.
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The socket must be able to sustain the machines
maximum power, which is indicated on the rating label
(see Dryer Description).
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Power voltage must be within the values indicated on
the rating label (see Dryer Description).
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The socket must be compatible with the dryers plug.
Should this not be the case, replace the plug or the socket.
! Do not use extension cords.
! The dryer must not be installed outdoors, even if the space is
sheltered. It can be very dangerous if it is exposed to rain or
storms.
! Once installed, the dryers electrical wire and plug must be
within easy reach.
! The power cord must not be bent or squashed.
! The power cord supplied is fitted with a BS1363 plug and a 13
amp BS1362 fuse. If you need to replace the fuse, use only
those rated at 13 amp (13A) and ASTA approved to BS1362.
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Moulded plug
! The plug must not be used
without the fuse cover in place.
If a replacement fuse
holder/cover is required, it must
be of the same colour coding or
wording as shown on the base of
the plug.
Replacements are available from
authorised dealers.
Changing the plug
The wires in the power cord are coloured in accordance
with the following:
Green and Yellow
(Earth) wire to terminal
marked ‘E’, symbol
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or coloured green and
yellow.
Blue (Neutral) wire to
terminal marked ‘N’ or
coloured black.
13A ASTA approved
fuse to BS1362.
Brown (Live) wire to
terminal marked ‘L’ or
coloured red.
Cord clamp
Hinge
The door of your dryer is reversible and can easily be
changed. Exchange diagonally hinge brackets and
blanking screws. Exchange door latch and catch with
their opposite blanking plates (see diagram above).
Water drain
If your dryer is installed next to a drain the water can be
plumbed into this drain. This does away with the need to
empty the water container. (see Plumbing your Dryer).
! If the plug being replaced is a non-rewirable type,
then the cut-off plug must be disposed of safely. DO
NOT leave it where it can be inserted into a socket and
create a shock hazard.
! The power supply cord should be checked periodically
and replaced by a cord specially prepared for this dryer
and fitted only by authorised technicians (see Service).
New or longer power cords are supplied at an extra
charge by authorised dealers.
! The manufacturer denies any responsibility should
any of these rules not be followed.
! If in doubt about any of the above consult a
qualified electrician.
Before you start using your dryer
Once you have installed your dryer and before you
use it, clean the inside of the drum to remove any dust
that could have accumulated during transport.
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Dryer Description
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To open the door
The features
Water container
Press and release the front
panel in position shown
Rating plate
Model &
Serial
numbers
Condenser unit
(cover open)
Air intake
grille
Condenser cover
Condenser cover handle
(Pull to open)
Filter
Control panel
Progress or Delay
Lights
Programmes Guide
OPTION
Buttons and lights
The START/CANCEL button
starts a selected
programme. When you press this button there will be
one beep and the progress lights will flash to confirm
the action. If you have not set a programme, the buzzer
will beep four times. When a programme is running,
holding this button in cancels the programme and stops
the dryer (see Start and Programmes).
The OPTION buttons/lights select available options for
your selected programme (see Start and
Programmes). The lights indicate that the option has
been selected.
The Programmes Guide allows you to consult a user
friendly table of the available programmes.
The Empty Water light
signals that the water
container should be emptied. When it is flashing it
indicates that the container is full.
The light will take a few seconds to go out after
replacing the empty container, the dryer must be
running for this to happen (see The Controls).
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START/CANCEL
Button
Empty Water
Light
On/Off
Light
ON/OFF
Button
Indicator
PROGRAMMES
Knob
Note: If the water container fills the light flashes, the
heat is turned off and your laundry will not dry.
The On/Off indicator light
signals that your dryer
is in use or ready to select a programme. If this light
flashes it indicates there is a fault (see Troubleshooting).
The ON/OFF button
: If the dryer is running and
this button is pressed, the dryer stops. Press again,
the dryer restarts.
The Progress or Delay lights show you the status of
the programme, or the delay time when they flash.
During a delayed start the lights will flash to show the
delay selected. When (not flashing) they show each
stage of the programme by the corresponding light
turning on (see Start and Programmes).
The PROGRAMMES knob sets the programme: rotate
it until the indicator is pointing to the programme you want
to select (see Start and Programmes).
Start and Programmes
Choosing a programme
1. Plug the dryer into the electrical socket.
2. Sort your laundry according to fabric type (see
Laundry).
3. Open the door and make sure the filter is clean
and in place and the water container is empty
and in place (see Maintenance).
4. Load the machine and make sure items are not
in the way of the door seal. Close the door.
5. If the On/Off light is not lit: Press the ON/OFF
button
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6. Choose a programme by checking the Programmes
Guide (see Programmes) as well as the indications
for each type of fabric (see Laundry).
- Select a programme by rotating the
PROGRAMMES knob.
7. Set a delay time and other options if necessary.
8. If you wish to select the buzzer sound, at the end
of the programme, press the ALARM Option button.
9. Press the START button to begin.
During the drying programme, you can check on
your laundry and take out items that are dry
while others continue drying. When you close
the door again, press the START button in order
to resume drying.
10. During the last few minutes of Drying
Programmes, before the programme is
completed, the final COOL TUMBLE phase is
entered (fabrics are cooled), this phase should
always be allowed to complete.
11. When the programme is complete. The buzzer
will sound, if this option selected.
Open the door, take the laundry out, clean the filter
and replace it. Empty the water container
and replace it (see Maintenance).
If you do not take out the laundry immediately,
the dryer will tumble occasionally for 10 hours
or until you open the door.
12. Unplug the dryer.
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Easy Iron Programme
‘Easy Iron’ is a short 10 minute programme (8 minutes of heat followed by a 2 minute cool tumble period) which
fluffs the fibres of clothing that have been left in the same position/location for an extended period of time. The
cycle relaxes the fibres and makes them easier to iron and fold.
! ‘Easy Iron’ is not a drying programme and should not be used for wet articles of clothing.
For best results:
1. Do not load more than the maximum capacity. These numbers refer to the dry weight:
Fabric
Maximum load
Cotton and Cotton mixtures
2.5kg
Synthetics
2kg
Denim
2kg
2. Unload the dryer immediately after the end of the programme, hang, fold or iron the articles and put
them away in the closet. Should this not be possible repeat the programme.
The ‘Easy Iron’ effect varies from one fabric to the next. It works well on traditional fabrics like Cotton or Cotton
mix, and less well on acrylic fibres and on materials such as Tencel®.
Sport programme
Special shoes
This is a programme to dry one pair of sports shoes sized 37-46 (4-11).
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The shoes must have been washed and spun at a minimum spin speed of 400rpm.
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They must be used with the shoe rack provided. If you tumble shoes in the drum
you will damage your dryer.
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Remove the filter from its position in the front of the dryer and fit the rack.
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Tuck the laces inside the shoes and load shoes with toes down and soles facing you.
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Drying times will vary dependant on the size and style of shoe. If shoes are not
completely dry at the end of the programme, run the programme again.
! Do not dry shoes with Gel inserts or flashing lights.
! Only dry shoes made from Synthetics or Canvas materials.
! When finished remove shoe rack and replace the filter.
Special sports
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This is a programme for tumble dryer safe garments, such as Tracksuits and Shorts marked with the symbol
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It can be used for load sizes up to 1.5kg
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We recommend that garments are turned inside out before drying.
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This programme will take up to 130 minutes. The actual time will vary depending on the size and density of the
load and the spin speed used in your washer.
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Loads dried using this programme are usually ready to wear, but on some heavier garments the edges may be
slightly damp.
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Start and Programmes
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Programmes
! If the On/Off light is not lit; Press the ON/OFF button
and then select programme.
Programme
What it does...
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Cottons
Dries your clothes on High
heat setting, ready for
putting away
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on 1. Options available:
2. Select any Options, if required.
Alarm
3. Press the START button
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Delayed start
Dries your clothes on High
heat setting, ready for
hanging.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on 2. Options available:
2. Select any Options, if required.
Alarm
3. Press the START button
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Delayed start
Dries your clothes on High
heat setting, ready for
ironing.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on 3. Options available:
2. Select any Options, if required.
Alarm
3. Press the START button
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Delayed start
Dries your clothes on High
heat setting, ready for
putting away.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on 4. Options available:
2. Select any Options, if required.
Alarm
3. Press the START button
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Delayed start
Dries your clothes on High
heat setting, ready for
hanging.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on 5. Options available:
2. Select any Options, if required.
Alarm
3. Press the START button
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Delayed start
Dries your clothes on High
heat setting, ready for
ironing.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on 6. Options available:
2. Select any Options, if required.
Alarm
3. Press the START button
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Delayed start
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Dries your shoes on Low
Special Shoes heat setting, ready to be
worn (see previous page).
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on 7. Options available:
2. Select any Options, if required.
Alarm
3. Press the START button
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Cupboard Dry
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Cottons
Hanger Dry
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Cottons
Ready to Iron
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Synthetics
Cupboard Dry
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Synthetics
Hanger Dry
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Synthetics
Ready to Iron
How to set it...
Note:
Dries your sports clothes on 1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on 8. Options available:
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Special Sports Low heat setting, ready to be 2. Select any Options, if required.
Alarm
3. Press the START button
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worn (see previous page).
Delayed start
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Delicate
eg. Acrylics
Dries your clothes on Low
heat setting, ready to be
worn.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on 9. Options available:
2. Select any Options, if required.
Alarm
3. Press the START button
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Delayed start
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Easy Iron
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on 10.
Brief programme
(approximately 10 minutes) 2. Select any Options, if required.
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that softens fibres of clothing 3. Press the START button
that is ready for ironing.
Timed Drying
(160, 120, 80
or 40 minutes)
Dries wet clothing that you
wish to dry on low heat or
small loads (less than 1kg).
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on
the desired time: 160, 120, 80 or 40.
2. Select any Options, if required.
3. Press the START button
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Consult suggested drying
times (see Laundry).
The last 10 minutes of
these programmes is the
Cool Tumble (see below).
Can be used with high heat
option if you prefer to use a
timed programme.
Cool Tumble
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Brief programme
(approximately 10 minutes)
that cools fibres or clothing.
! This is not a drying
programme (see previous
page).
Options available:
Alarm
Options available:
Alarm
, High Heat
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Delayed Start
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1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on
2. Select any Options, if required.
3. Press the START button
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. Options available:
Alarm
Start and Programmes
The Controls
PROGRAMMES knob
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! Warning, if after pressing the start button, the
programmes knob position is changed, the new position
will NOT change the programme selected.
! Position 0, turning the knob to position 0 resets and
cancels a programme.
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OPTION buttons / lights
These buttons are used to customise the selected
programme to your requirements. A programme must
have been selected on the programme knob before
an option can be selected. Not all options are available
for all programmes (see Start and Programmes). If an
option is not available and you press the button, the
buzzer will beep four times. If the option is available
there will be one beep and the option light above the
button lights to confirm the selection.
After the start button has been pressed only the Alarm
option can be changed.
Progress (Drying, CoolTumble, Post Creasecare) /
Delay (3hr 6hr 9hr 12hr) Lights
When the light above the delay button is on, these lights
flash to indicate the delay time is selected. During other
programmes they indicate the progress of the dryer,
each one comes on as the corresponding phase starts.
Time Delay
The start of some programmes (see Start and
Programmes) can be delayed for up to 12 hours in 3hr
steps. Ensure the water bottle is emptied before setting
a delayed start.
When a delayed start is in progress the light above the
delay button will be on and the selected delay period
light will flash (after the start button has been pressed).
To set a delayed start, press the Time Delay button,
and the light above the button will come on together
with the 3hr delay light. Pressing the button again will
advance the delay setting to 6hr, the 3hr light goes
out and the 6hr light is on. Each time you press the
button the delay setting advances 3 hours, as indicated
by the corresponding light. If the 12hr light is on,
pressing the button again will cancel the delay.
You can also cancel the delay by turning the programmes
knob to 0, wait for the buzzer to beep and then turn
back to your selected programme.
Pre Creasecare
When a delayed start has been selected, the clothes
are tumbled occasionally during the delayed period to
help prevent creases developing.
High Heat
When available this button selects high heat. Press this
button and a high heat setting is selected and the light
above the button comes on. Timed programmes have
a default of low heat, if the light alongside the button is
on then pressing the button selects a low heat setting
and the light goes out.
Alarm
Available on all programmes and allows the buzzer to
give a signal at the end of the drying cycle, to remind
you that the clothes are ready to be removed.
Press the button and the light will show that the option
is selected.
Post Creasecare
The clothes are occasionally tumbled after the end of
the drying and cool tumble cycles, to help prevent
creases developing should you not be available to
remove the load immediately the programme is complete.
Empty Water Light / Container
(If you have plumbed your dryer to a drain this light
can be ignored, as there is no need to empty the water
container).
When this light is on (not flashing) it reminds you to
empty the water container.
If the water container fills during a programme, the
heater turns off and the dryer does a period of Cool
Tumble then the light flashes and the buzzer sounds.
After this it stops and all 3 progress lights and the 3hr
delay light come on and the empty water light flashes.
You must empty the water container and restart the
dryer or the clothes will not dry. After re-starting the
dryer, the light will take a few seconds to go out.
To avoid this always empty the water container each
time you use the dryer (see Maintenance).
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Door Opening
Opening the door during a programme will stop the
dryer and have the following effects:
● All 3 progress lights and the 3hr delay light come
on.
● During a delay phase the delay will continue to
count down. The start button must be pressed to
resume the delay programme.
One of the delay lights will flash to show the
current delay setting.
● The start button must be pressed to resume the
programme. The progress lights will change to
show the current status.
● During the cool tumble or post creasecare phase
of a drying programme and anytime during an
Airing or Cool Tumble programme, the programme
will finish. Pressing the start button will re-start a
new programme at the beginning.
● Changing the programmes knob will select a new
programme, after you press the start button. You
can use this to select the Cool Tumble programme
to cool the clothes, if you find them dry enough.
Note
If you have a power cut, switch off the power or
remove the plug. When the power is restored, press
the START button and the programme will resume.
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Laundry
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Sorting your laundry
Wash Care Labels
Check symbols on clothing labels to make sure
that the articles can be tumble dried.
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Sort laundry by fabric type.
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Empty pockets and check buttons.
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Close zippers and hooks and tie loose belts and
strings.
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Wring out each item in order to eliminate as much
excess water as possible.
! Do not load dripping wet clothes into the dryer.
Look at the labels on your garments, especially when
tumble drying for the first time. The following symbols
are the most common:
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Maximum load size
Do not load more than maximum capacity.
These numbers refer to dry weight:
Natural fibres: 7kg max (15lb)
Synthetic fibres: 3kg max (6.6lb)
May be tumble dried
Do not tumble dry
Tumble dry at high heat setting
Tumble dry at low heat setting
Items not suitable for tumble drying
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! DO NOT overload the dryer as this could result in
reduced drying performance.
Typical weights
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Note: 1kg = 1000g
1lb = 16oz
Clothes
Blouse
Cotton
150g
Other
100g
Dress
Cotton
500g
Other
350g
Jeans
700g
10 nappies
1000g
Shirt
Cotton
300g
Other
200g
T-Shirt
125g
5oz
3oz
1lb 2oz
12oz
1lb 6oz
2lb 3oz
10oz
7oz
4oz
Household Items
Duvet cover
Cotton
(Double)
Other
Large Tablecloth
Small Tablecloth
Tea Towel
Bath Towel
Hand Towel
Double Sheet
Single Sheet
3lb 5oz
2lb 3oz
1lb 6oz
9oz
3oz
1lb 6oz
12oz
1lb 2oz
12oz
1500g
1000g
700g
250g
100g
700g
350g
500g
350g
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At the end of a drying cycle, cottons could still be
damp if you grouped cottons and synthetics together.
If this happens simply give them an additional short
period of drying.
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Note: The last 10 minutes of any time set is the
Cool Tumble, so allow for this when setting the time,
as this period will not dry your laundry.
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Articles that containing rubber or rubber-like
materials or plastic film (pillows, cushions, or PVC
rainwear), any other flammable articles or objects
that contain flammable substances (towels soiled
with hair spray).
Glass fibres (certain types of draperies)
Items which have been dry cleaned
Items with the ITCL Code
(see Special
clothing items). These can be cleaned with special
at-home dry cleaning products. Follow instructions
carefully.
Large bulky items (quilts, sleeping bags, pillows,
cushions, large bedspreads etc). These expand
when drying and would prevent airflow through
the dryer.
Laundry
Special clothing items
Times are approximate and can vary depending
upon:
Blankets and Bedspreads: acrylic items (Acilan,
Courtelle, Orion, Dralon) must be dried with special
care on LOW heat setting. Avoid drying for a long
period of time.
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Pleated or creased garments: read the manufacturer’s
drying instructions on the garment.
Starched articles: do not dry these with non-starched
items. Make sure that as much of the starch solution is
removed from the load as possible before placing it in
the dryer. Do not over-dry: the starch will become
powdery and leave your clothing limp, which defeats
the purpose of starch.
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Amount of water retained in clothes after spin
cycle: towels and delicates retain a lot of water.
Fabrics: items that are the same type of fabric but
different textures and thicknesses may not have
the same drying time.
Quantity of laundry: single items or small loads
may take longer to dry.
Dryness: If you are going to iron some of your
clothes, they can be taken out while still a bit
damp. Others can be left longer if you need them
to be completely dry.
Heat setting.
Drying times
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The table below presents APPROXIMATE drying times
in minutes. Weights refer to dry garments:
Cottons
High (full) Heat
Drying times 800-1000rpm in washing machine
Half Load
1kg
2kg 3kg
30-40 40-55 55-70
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Room temperature: if the room where the dryer is
located is cold, it will take longer for the dryer to
dry your clothes.
Bulk: some bulky items can be tumble dried with
care. We suggest that you remove these items
several times, shake them out, and return them to
the dryer until finished.
Full Load
4kg 5kg 6kg
7kg
70-80 80-90 95-120120-140
! Do not over-dry your clothes.
All fabrics contain a little natural moisture, which
keeps them soft and fluffy.
Synthetics
Low (gentle) Heat
Drying times on reduced spin in washing machine
1kg
40-50
Half Load
Full Load
2kg
50-70
3kg
70-90
Acrylics
/
Low (gentle) Heat
Drying times on reduced spin in washing machine
Half Load
Full Load
1kg
40-80
2kg
80-100
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Warnings and Suggestions
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! The appliance has been designed and built according
to international safety standards.
These warnings are given for safety reasons and must
be followed carefully.
General safety
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This tumble dryer 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.
This tumble dryer has been designed for home,
and not professional use.
Do not touch the appliance while barefoot or with
wet hands or feet.
Unplug the machine by pulling on the plug, not
the cord.
Children must not be in proximity of the dryer
when in use. After using the dryer, turn it off and
unplug it. Keep the door closed to make sure that
children do not use it as a toy.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the dryer.
The appliance must be installed correctly and
have proper ventilation. The air intake at the front
of the dryer and rear vent behind the dryer should
never be obstructed (see Installation).
Never use the dryer on carpeting where the pile
height would prevent air from entering the dryer
from the base.
Check to see if the dryer is empty before loading it.
The back of the dryer could become very
hot. Never touch it while in use.
Do not use the dryer unless the filter, water
container and condenser are securely in place
(see Maintenance).
Do not use liquid fabric softeners in the dryer, add
it to the final rinse of your wash.
Do not overload the dryer (see Laundry for
maximum loads).
Do not load items that are dripping wet.
Tumble dry items only if they have been washed
with detergent and water, rinsed and been through
the spin cycle. It is a fire hazard to dry items that
HAVE NOT been washed with water.
Carefully check all instructions on clothing labels
(see Laundry).
Do not dry garments that have been treated with
chemical products.
Never dry articles that are contaminated with
flammable substances (cooking oil, acetone, alcohol,
petrol, kerosene, spot removers, turpentine, waxes,
wax removers and hair sprays), unless washed in
hot water with an extra amount of detergent.
Do not tumble dry rubber, rubber backed articles and
clothes, pillows fitted with foam rubber pads, foam
(latex foam), rubber, plastic, shower caps, waterproof
textiles, nappy pants or liners, polythene or paper.
Do not tumble dry large, very bulky items.
Do not tumble dry acrylic fibres at high temperatures.
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Complete each programme with its Cool Tumble Phase.
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Do not turn off the dryer when there are still warm
items inside.
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Clean the filter after each use (see Maintenance).
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Empty the water container after each use (see
Maintenance).
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Clean the condenser unit after regular intervals
(see Maintenance).
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Do not allow lint to collect around the dryer.
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Never climb on top of the dryer. It could result in damage.
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Always follow electrical standards and requirements
(see Installation).
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Always buy original spare parts and accessories
(see Service).
! WARNING: Never stop the dryer before the end of the
drying cycle unless all items are quickly removed and
spread out so that the heat is dissipated.
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Recycling and disposal information
As part of our continued commitment to helping the
environment, we reserve the right to use quality recycled
components to keep down customer costs and minimise
material wastage.
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Disposing of the packaging material: follow local
regulations, so the packaging can be recycled.
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To minimise risk of injury to children, remove the
door and plug - then cut off mains cable, flush
with the appliance. Dispose of these parts separately
to ensure that the appliance can no longer be
plugged into a mains socket.
Disposal of old electrical appliances
The European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), requires that old
household electrical appliances must not be disposed
of in the normal unsorted municipal waste stream. Old
appliances must be collected separately in order to
optimise the recovery and recycling of the materials
they contain and reduce the impact on human health
and the environment.
The crossed out “wheeled bin” symbol on
the product reminds you of your obligation,
that when you dispose of the appliance it
must be separately collected.
Consumers should contact their local authority or
retailer for information concerning the correct disposal
of their old appliance.
Saving energy and respecting the
environment
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Wring out items to eliminate excess water before
tumble drying (if you use a washing machine first,
select a high spin cycle). Doing this will save time
and energy during drying.
Always dry full loads - you save energy: single
items or small loads take longer to dry.
Clean the filter after each use to contain energy
consumption costs (see Maintenance).
Maintenance and Care
Switching off the electricity
Cleaning the drum
! Unplug your dryer when not using it, when cleaning
it and during all maintenance operations.
! Do not use abrasives, steel wool or stainless steel
cleaning agents to clean the drum.
Clean the filter after each cycle
The filter is an important part of your dryer:
it accumulates lint and fluff that is formed while drying.
When finished drying, clean the filter by rinsing it
under running water or with your vacuum cleaner.
Should the filter become clogged up, the airflow inside
the dryer will be seriously compromised: drying times
lengthen and you will consume more energy. It may
also damage your dryer.
The filter is found in front of the dryer trim (see diagram).
Removing the filter:
1. Pull the plastic grip of the filter upwards (see diagram).
2. Clean the filter and replace it correctly.
Ensure the filter is fully located flush into the tumble
dryer trim.
! Do not use the dryer without replacing the filter.
Empty the water container after each
cycle
Pull the container out of the dryer and empty it into a
sink or other suitable drain.
Replace the water container securely.
Always check and empty the container before you
start a new drying programme.
Check the drum after each cycle
Turn the drum manually in order to remove small items
(handkerchiefs) that could have been left behind.
Water container
Filter
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A coloured film may start to appear on the stainless
steel drum, this may be caused by a combination of
water and, or cleaning agents such as fabric conditioner
from the wash. This coloured film will not affect the
dryer performance.
Cleaning the condenser unit
Periodically (every month) remove the condenser unit
and clean any build up of fluff from between the plates
by rinsing it under the tap with cold water.
This should be done with cold water from the rear of
the condenser.
Removing the condenser:
1. Unplug the dryer and open the door.
2. Pull open the condenser cover (see diagram).
Release the three catches by turning 90˚ counterclockwise then pull on the grip and remove from
the dryer.
3. Clean the surface of the seals and replace, making
sure that the catches have been secured.
Cleaning the dryer
External parts in metal or plastic and rubber parts
can be cleaned with a damp cloth.
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Periodically (every 6 months) vacuum the front air
intake grille and vents at the rear of the dryer, to
remove any build up of fluff, lint or dust. Also to
remove accumulation of fluff from the front of the
condenser and filter areas, clean occasionally with
a vacuum cleaner.
! Do not use solvents or abrasives.
! Your dryer uses special bearing components which
do not need lubrication.
! Have your dryer checked regularly by authorised
technicians to ensure electrical and mechanical safety
(see Service).
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Tap
Rear
Front
Condenser unit
Condenser cover
Air intake
Catches
Condenser unit
Handle
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Troubleshooting
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One day your dryer seems not to be working. Before you call your Service Centre (see Service), go through the
following troubleshooting suggestions:
Problem:
Possible causes / Solution:
The tumble dryer won’t start.
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Drying cycle will not begin.
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Its taking a long time to dry.
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Empty water light is flashing
but the dryer has only been
running for a short period.
Empty water light is on and
the water container is not full.
The ON/OFF light flashes to
indicate a fault.
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Programme finishes and
clothes are damper than
expected.
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The plug is not plugged into the socket, or not making contact.
There has been a power failure.
The fuse has blown. Try to plug another appliance into the socket.
You are using an extension cord? Try to plug the dryer’s power cord
directly into the socket.
The door is not closed securely?
The PROGRAMMES knob has not been set properly (see Start and
Programmes).
The START button has not been pressed (see Start and Programmes).
You have set a delayed time (see Start and Programmes).
The filter has not been cleaned (see Maintenance).
The water container needs emptying? The empty water light is flashing?
(see Maintenance).
The condenser needs cleaning? (see Maintenance).
The temperature setting is not ideal for the type of fabric you are drying
(see Start and Programmes, and see Laundry).
The correct drying time has not been selected for the load (see Laundry).
The air intake grille or rear vents are obstructed (see Installation, and see
Maintenance).
The items were too wet (see Laundry).
The dryer was overloaded (see Laundry).
The water container was probably not emptied at the start of the programme.
Do not wait for the empty water signal, always check and empty the
container before starting a new drying programme (see Maintenance).
This is normal, the light flashes when the container is full. If the light is on
but not flashing it is just a reminder to empty the container (see Start and
Programmes).
If the ON/OFF light flashes together with the Time Delay and High Heat
lights; Or the ON/OFF light flashes together with the Time Delay, Alarm,
High Heat and Empty Water lights, then:
- Turn off and remove the plug. Clean the filter and the condenser
(see Maintenance). Then replace the plug, turn on and start another
programme. If the same combination of lights still flash contact the
Service Centre (see Service).
If any other combination of lights flash: Note down the other lights that
are flashing and contact the Service Centre (see Service).
! For safety the dryer has a maximum programme time of 3 hours. If an
automatic programme has not sensed the required final moisture in this time
the dryer will complete the programme and stop. Check the above points
and run the programme again, if the results are still damp, contact the
Service Centre (see Service).
Service
Before calling the Service Centre:
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Use the troubleshooting guide to see if you can
solve the problem yourself (see Troubleshooting).
If not, turn off the dryer and call the Service Centre
closest to you.
What to tell the Service Centre:
name, address and post code.
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telephone number.
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the type of problem.
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the date of purchase.
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the appliance model (Mod.).
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the serial number (S/N).
This information can be found on the data label inside
the door of the machine.
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Spare Parts
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This dryer is a complex machine. Repairing it yourself
or having a non-authorised person try to repair it could
cause harm to one or more persons, could damage
the machine and could invalidate the spare parts
warranty.
Call an authorised technician if you experience problems
while using the machine.
The spare parts have been designed exclusively for
this appliance and not for other uses.
Comparative Programmes
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Programmes recommended for comparative test to EN61121
Programme
(EN61121)
Programme to select
Load size
Dry Cotton
Iron Dry Cotton
Easy-care textile
2 Cottons - Hanger Dry
3 Cottons - Ready to Iron
4 Synthetics - Cupboard Dry
7 kg
7 kg
3 kg
! Note: This is not a full list of programme options (see Start and Programmes).
Plumbing your Dryer (Optional)
If your dryer is installed next to a drain, the water can be
plumbed into this drain. This does away with the need to
empty the water container.
If the dryer is stacked onto or installed next to a washing
machine it can share the same drain.
The height of the drain must be less than 3' (1m) from the
bottom of the dryer.
Remove the existing clip and hose,
from the position shown (see
diagram).
Remove clip and hose
from here...
Fit a suitable length of hose to
location shown and refit the clip
(see diagram).
...fit new hose and refit
clip here.
! Make sure that the hose is not squashed or kinked when
the dryer is in its final location.
This appliance conforms to the following EC Directives:
- 2006/95/EC (Low Voltage Equipment)
- 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC (Electromagnetic Compatibility)
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05/2007 - SIMLEX . Four Ashes, Wolverhampton
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