LG | RC9041C3Z | LG RC9041C3Z Owner’s Manual

OWNER’S MANUAL
LG DRYER
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your dryer and retain it for future reference.
RC9041C3Z
P/NO. : MFL63749078
F eatures
Ultra big Capacity Drum
The Ultra big 9.0kg capacity drum on this LG Dryer allows you to
dry your washing in larger loads than ever before
Energy
Lower Energy Consumption
LG dryers use less energy than conventional dryers due to the
cutting-edge technology we have applied to the drying system
and to the heat control mechanism. This LG Dryer has been
designed to save your money.
Reduced drying times
save
Drying times are now shorter due to the efficient air flow
mechanism and optimised heater on this LG Dryer.
Reduced noise levels
We have reduced the operating noise of this LG Dryer by
using innovative sound-absorbing and noise-screening
technologies, making it much quieter than conventional
dryers.
Dryers to Use
The wide, electronically controlled LED display on this machine
is very easy to use. Simply select the programme you require
and your LG Dryer will do the rest.
C ontents
Safety Instructions
Installation Instructions
Appearance & Design
Operating Your Dryer
Additional Functions
Caring for Your Dryer
Additional Tips for Smart Use
Troubleshooting Guidelines
Using SmartDiagnosisTM
Technical Data
Warranty
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S afety Instructions
To help reduce any risk of electric shock, fire, or other personal injury or property damage when
using your dryer, please follow basic safety instructions.
Safety Instructions
WARNING
Serious injury or death may occur when not observing the following rules.
Hazards
• Before plugging power cord,
make sure cord is earthed
and connected to circuit
breaker.
No Earthing may cause
breakdowns or an electric
shock.
• Do not use a damaged power
cord or place heavy objects
on the cord.
A damaged power cord may
cause fire or electric shock
• Do not plug into an adaptor. Do
not use with an extension lead.
• Do not touch the plug or
switch on with wet hands
Abnormal heating of outlet
may cause a fire.
May cause electric shock
• Do not remove the top plate
when installing the dryer.
• Do not modify this product.
• Disconnect the power cord by
grasping the plug, not the
cord.
May cause breakdown, fire or
electric shock
May cause wires to loosen
resulting in fire
• Keep the dryer away from
cookers, naked flames, or any
other inflammable objects.
• Wipe dirt and stains from the
power cord and insert firmly
into the socket
May cause parts to melt or fire
Dirt and poor connections
may cause fire
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S afety Instructions
Safety Instructions
• Do not use if power cord,
plug or socket is damaged
• Keep pets away from the dryer
May cause fire or electric
shock
Pets may damage the dryer,
or may receive an electric
shock
• Do not install or store the
dryer where it will be exposed
to the weather.
• Do not depress buttons using
sharp implements such as
knives and screwdrivers
May cause fire, electric shock
or malfunction
May damage the dryer or
cause electric shock
• Do not use an extension cord
or an adaptor to connect the
power cord.
• Do not dry articles that have been
cleaned in, washed in, soaked in,
or spotted with combustible of
explosive substances (such as
wax, oil, paint, gasoline,
degreasers, dry-cleaning solvents,
kerosene, etc.)
May cause fire or electric
shock
May cause fire or electric
shock
• Do not splash water on to the
dryer.
• Do not place flammable items
near the dryer.
May cause fire or electric shock
May cause toxic gases, parts
damage, fire or explosion
• Unplug the power cord when
cleaning or not using the
dryer.
• Before the appliance is
removed from service or
discarded, disassemble the
door and cut off the power
cord to prevent the future use.
Water or dirt may cause an
electric shock.
May cause accident and
injury
• Do not allow children or pets to play
on or inside the dryer.
• The appliance is not intended for use
by young children or infirm persons
without supervision.
• Young Children should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play with
appliance.
Children and pets may injure or suffocate themselves.
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S afety Instructions
• If this appliance is supplied from a cord extension set or an electrical connector, portable
outlet device must be positioned so that is not subject to splashing or ingress of moisture.
• Items that have been spotted or soaked with vegetable or cooking oil constitute a fire hazard and
should not be placed in a tumble dryer.
• 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.
May cause spontaneous combustion leading to explosion and fire
• Items that have been previously cleaned in washed in soaked in or spotted with
petrol/gasoline, dry cleaning solvents or other flammable or explosive substances
should not be used in a tumble dryer.
May cause spontaneous combustion leading to explosion and fire
• Items made of foam, rubber, plastic, or other heat-sensitive fabrics (such as bathroom
rugs,nonslip mats or raincoats) should not be dried in a tumble dryer on a heat setting.
• Items such as foam rubber (latex foam), shower caps, waterproof textiles, rubber
backed articles and clothes or pillows fitted with foam rubber pads should not be dried in
the tumble dryer.
May cause spontaneous combustion leading to explosion and fire
• Plastic articles such as shower caps or waterproof nappy covers should not be placed
in a tumble dryer.
May cause spontaneous combustion leading to explosion and fire
• If dryer is installed on a carpet, damage may be caused to it by ventilated air
May cause spontaneous combustion leading to explosion and fire
• Fabric softeners, or similar products, should be used as specified by the fabric softener
instructions.
• To reduce the risk of personal injury, adhere to all industry recommended safety procedures including the use of long sleeved gloves and safety glasses.
Failure to follow all of the safety warnings in this manual could result in property
damage, personal injury or death.
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Safety Instructions
It may cause an electric shock, a filre, malfunction and deformation.
Installation Instructions
I nstallation Instructions
The following instructions will guide you through the initial steps of setting up your dryer.
Please note that every section of this manual provides important information regarding the preparation and
use of your dryer, and it is important that you review this entire manual before proceeding with any
installation or use. Be sure to observe all listed warnings and cautions. These installation instructions are
intended for use by qualified installers. Read these installation instructions completely and carefully.
Safety Information
Risk of Injury
The dryer is very heavy so you shouldn’t try to
lift it alone.
Do not lift the dryer by grasping any of the
protruding parts e.g. or the jog dial or the door.
they may break off.
Risk of Tripping
Ensure there are no loose hoses or cables.
Check the dryer for damage occurred
during transportation.
Do not connect the dryer if it has visible signs of
damage.
If you are not confident, contact your local LG
agent. Always empty the dryer completely
before transporting it.
Your dryer should not be located near to a gas
hob, cooker, heater or grill, as flames from the
burners could damage your dryer. When the dryer
is fitted beneath a work surface, allow
30cm~50cm space at either side of the dryer and
at the back of the dryer to allow air to exit the rear
grille. This air flow is critical for condensation of
water during the drying process.
If you use this dryer near or stacked on top of
your washing machine, separate main plugs and
sockets must be used for each appliance.
Do not use 2-way adaptor or extension lead.
You can stack the dryer on top your washing of
washing machine to save space. A stacking kit is
available from your local shop.
Stacking Installation Instructions
Your LG dryer can be placed on top of a front loading washing machine and securely fixed with a stacking kit (see following page for instructions). This installation must be conducted by an experienced
installer to ensure it has been installed correctly.
An installer will ensure you have the correct stacking kit for your model of washing machine and will
ensure it is firmly fixed. For these reasons, expert fitting is essential.
CAUTION
CAUTION Concerning the power cord
Most appliances recommend they be placed upon a dedicated circuit; that is, a single outlet circuit which
powers only that appliance and has no additional outlets or branch circuits. Check the specification page of
this owner's manual to be certain.
Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged wall outlets, extension cords, frayed
power cords, or damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous. Any of these could result in electric shock
or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your appliance, and if its appearance indicates damage or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have the cord replaced with an exact
replacement part by an authorized servicer.
Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked, trapped in a door,
or walked upon. Pay particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where the cord exits the appliance.
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nstallation Instructions
Washer Top plate size
21.7 inch
(550 mm)
23.6 inch
(600 mm)
3-1) 23.6 inch(600mm)
Installation Instructions
Shape
and
assembly
direction
3. Align the stacking kit holes and the rear cover
holes.
WARNING
• Incorrect installation can cause serious accidents.
• The weight of the dryer and the height of installation makes the stacking procedure too risky for
one person. This procedure should be performed
by 2 or more experienced service personnel.
• The dryer is not suitable for a built-in installation.
Please do not install as a built-in.
• Do not operate if the dryer is disassembled.
• When Placing the dryer, pull power cord out of a
power source.
• This dryer may only be stacked on top of an LG
washer. DO NOT attempt to stack this dryer on
any other washer, as damage, injury or property
damage could result.
3-2) 21.7 inch(550 mm)
• Fasten the 2 screws that were removed earlier from
dryer to stacking kit.
• Use 4 screws in accessory box [0.6 inch (16mm)] to
assemble washer rear cover and stacking kit.
• The procedure for the opposite side will be the
same.
1. Place the dryer on the Washing machine.
2. Remove the two screws from the bottom of the
rear cover on each side as illustrated below.
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I nstallation Instructions
Installation Instructions
Earthing Instructions
This appliance must be earthed. in the event of
malfunction or breakdown, earthing will reduce the
risk of electric shock by providing a path of least
resistance for the electric current.
This appliance is equipped with a earthed cord and
an earthing plug. The plug must be plugged into an
appropriate outlet that is properly installed and
earthed in accordance with Standard.
Additional Grounding Procedure
Some local codes may require a separate ground. In
such cases, the required accessory ground wire,
clamp and screw must be purchased separately.
Condensed Water Drain
This appliance can be plumbed directly into the
mains waste with the adaptor supplied.
Condensed water will drain away. A plumber will
be required.
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Note
For better drying performance, Please keep the
rear of product away from wall.
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nstallation Instructions
Level the Dryer
1. Levelling the dryer prevents undesirable noise
and vibration. Place your dryer on a solid, level
floor
2. If the dryer is not properly level, adjust the front
levelling legs as necessary.
Turn them clockwise to raise and
counterclockwise to lower until the dryer is not
wobbling both front-to-back and side-to-side.
Adjustable Feet
Dryer is raised
Adjustable Feet
Dryer is lowered
Adjustable Feet
Diagonal Check
When pushing down the edges of the machine, the
machine should not move up and down at all.
(Please, check both of two directions)
If machine rocks when pushing the machine top
plate diagonally, adjust the feet again.
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Installation Instructions
Place the dryer in an area free from flammable materials, condensation and not liable to
freezing.
A ppearance & Design
Product Layout
Control Panel
Appearance & Design
Water Container
Door
Condenser Cover
Air Ventilation Grill
Control Panel
LED Display
• Time Display
• Indicator Lamps & Time Remaining
Drying Level
•
•
•
•
•
Iron
Light
Cupboard
Very
Extra
Additional Function
Buttons
Program Selector
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• More Time
• Less Time
• Option
• Buzzer
• Time Delay/Anti-Crease
Favorite/Drum Light
O perating Your Dryer
Cycle Selection Table
Sensor Dry Cycle
Detail
Drying Level
For thick and quilted fabrics
Extra
For thick and quilted fabrics that do not need to be
ironed
Very
For fabrics that do not need to be ironed
Cupboard
For fabrics that do not need to be ironed
Light
For fabrics that do need to be ironed
Iron
For thick and quilted fabrics that do not need to be
ironed
Very
For fabrics that do not need to be ironed
For fabrics that do need to be ironed
For polyamide, acrylic, and polyester that do not
need to be ironed
For polyamide, acrylic, polyester that do need to be
ironed
For bulky items
Cupboard
Iron
Cupboard
Iron
-
Linen and towels, excluding
For small loads of suitable fabrics with short drying
fabrics applied to Delicate,
Quick Dry
times
Sports wear, Wool and
Bulky Item course.
Skin Care
T-shirts, pillowcase, and towels For cotton fabrics which do not need to be ironed
Odor removal of fabric
Refresh
(For fabrics in need of odor removal)
(Refer to the Note) Shirts and blouses
-
Sports Wear
Soccer kit and training wear For polyester material
-
Jeans
Jeans and Color fading
-
Delicate
Silk, Fine fabrics and lingerie For fabrics that are heat-sensitive like synthetic fabrics
-
Wool
Wool
-
For jeans which do not need to be ironed
For wool fabrics
Timed Drying Cycle
Rack Dry
Silk, wool. delicate lingerie Refresh clothes without tumble drying
Cool Air
All fabrics that need refreshing Tumbles without heat
Warm Air
Bath towels, bath robes,
dishclothes and quilted
fabrics made of acrylic
-
Small Items & damp clothing
Everyday items suitable for heat drying
-
Note
When using the “Refresh” course, please spray cold or warm water on the fabric for a fresher
outcome. (The recommend amount is 20cc of water per shirt.)
CAUTION
If the load is less than 1kg, please use “Warm Air” Cycle in timed drying Cycle.
Wool items should be dried using “Wool” Cycle and heat-sensitive fabrics including silk, underwear and
lingerie should be dried using “Delicates” Cycle. Please comply with the recommended laundry load when you
use the Assigned Cycle. Otherwise, your clothes may be damaged.
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Operating Your Dryer
Laundry type
Course
Towels, dressing gowns
Cotton Cycles
and bed linen
Note Select the
Terry towels, tea towels,
towels and bed linen
gentle cycle by
Bath towels, tea towels,
pressing the
option button for underwear and cotton socks
Sheets, pillowcase and towels
heat-sensitive
items
Bed linen, table linen, towels, Tshirts, Polo shirts and work clothes
Mixed Fabric Cycles Bed linen, table linen,
Note Select the tracksuits, anorak and
blankets
gentle cycle by
pressing the option Shirts and blouses
button for heatTrousers, dressers, skirts
and blouses
sensitive items
Shirts, T-shirts, trousers,
under wear and socks
Easy care
Shirts, T-shirts, under
wear, anoraks and socks
Bulky Item
Bed clothes, sheets
O perating Your Dryer
Please read before using your LG Dryer for the first time
After removing the packaging, please carry out the following checks to ensure the LG Dryer is
correctly installed and ready for use. (see installation instructions)
1. Check the dryer is well balanced by using a spirit level. If not, adjust the feet of the LG Dryer until
the machine is balanced.
2. Check the water container, condenser, control panel and drum to make sure everything is in place.
3. Set the machine to dry for 5 minutes to warm up the drum.
4. Open the door between loads the first few times you use the machine to allow any odours from the
interior of the LG Dryer to escape.
Operating Your Dryer
Note
The final part of a tumble dryer cycle occurs without heat (cool down cycle) to ensure that the items are
left at a temperature that ensures that the items will not be damaged.
1. Turn the power on.
Turn the
power on.
First, press the ‘‘Power’’ button. The indicator
light above the button will become illuminated
indicating that the machine is all set to run.
2. Open the door.
3. Check the lint filter and container are
clean
All fabrics that need refreshing. Tumbles without
heatThe lint filter is inside the door rim or in the
back of the door. It needs to be cleaned before
and after drying.
Open the door and check the lint filter is clean.
If not, please clean it referring to page 17.
Also check if water container or condenser
need to be empted and cleaned for better
drying results.
Pull
Open the
Door.
4. Place laundry into the drum after
sorting.
The clothes should be sorted by fabric type and
dryness level and all the strings and belts of
clothes should be well tied and fixed before
being put into the drum.
Push the laundry to the back to keep it away
from the door seal.
If not, the door seal and clothes may be
damaged.
CAUTION
Do not dry unwashed items in the tumble dryer.
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Check the
lint filter.
O perating Your Dryer
5. Close the door.
Select the
desired
cycle.
Before you close the door, make sure fabrics
are well placed inside and that foreign objects,
especially flammable ones, are not caught
around door.
CAUTION
- Be careful not to trap laundry between the
loading door and rubber seal.
6. Select the drying cycle you want.
Take out
the laundry.
7. Press the start button.
You will hear drum rotating.
8. After the cycle has finished, open the
door and remove the laundry.
Careful! the drum inside could still be hot.
(Operation time varies depending on your cycle
selection or options.)
Note
Clean the
door lint
filter.
The final part of a tumble dryer cycle occurs without heat
(cool down cycle) to ensure that the items are left at a
temperature that will not damage them.
9. Clean the lint filters and
empty water container.
The lint filter should be cleaned after each load.
10. Turn off the dryer.
Press the ‘‘Power’’ button.
CAUTION
- if using a vacuum cleaner to clean the lint as
it is easily damaged and torn. If there is a
residue build up on the filter, scrub the lint
screen with a brush to remove.
- If you want to open the door while dryer is
operating, please press the Start/Pause
button first, wait until drum completely stops
and then open the door.
WARING
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.
CAUTION
It must not be used for purposes other than
those for which it was designed.
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Operating Your Dryer
You can choose a cycle by turning the program control
knob until the required program is indicated.
If you press Start/Pause button without choosing a cycle,
the dryer will proceed with the Cupboard program. [Please
refer to Cycle Selection table (page 11) for the detailed
information.
O perating your dryer
Rack Dry
The dryer Rack is placed inside the dryer like the picture.
Remove and discard packing material before use,
The Rack Dry is designed for use with items that
you do not want to tumble dry including sweaters and
delicate fabrics.
Note
Check the lint filter and remove any lint
accumulated from items dried on the Rack.
Operating Your Dryer
To use the Rack Dry :
1. Open the door.
2. Do not remove the lint screen.
3. Place dryer Rack over the bottom of
the dryer door opening.
Reset the Rack on the dryer back
lodge.
Push down on the frame front to
secure over lint screen.
4. Place wet items on top of the Rack.
Allow space around items for air to
circulate.
The Rack does not move, but the
drum will rotate.
5. Close the door.
6. Select Rack Dry.
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1. Insert wire
edge to the
drum centre.
2. Place delicate
fabrics or
sportshoes.
A dditional Functions
Anti-Crease
You can use the Time Delay function to delay
the finishing time of drying cycle.
Maximum Time Delay is 19 hours.
Minimum Time Delay is 3 hours.
1. Turn the dryer on
2. Select cycle
3. Set time delay hour
4. Press Start/Pause button
The Anti Crease function prevents creases
that are formed when the laundry is not
unloaded promptly at the end of the drying
cycle. When Anti Crease is selected, the dryer
repeatedly runs and pauses, giving you 2
hours to unload the washing.
If the door is opened during the Anti-Crease
cycle, the cycle is cancelled.
Favorite
Drum Light
If you have a series of settings that you
always seem to come back to, you can store
this as a unique drying programme. For example, if your favorite setting is normally Extra
Dry Cotton, with Low Temp and Anti-Crease,
just select these settings and press “Favorite”
until the dryer beeps. This programme is now
stored as your Favorite and ready to be used
again and again.
Whilst the dryer is running it is possible to see
inside the drum if you select the Drum Light
function.
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Additional Functions
Time Delay
A dditional Functions
More Time/Less Time
Press More Time or Less Time until the desired
drying time is set.
Note
These buttons are available only with Timed
Drying, before you push Start/Pause button.
Additional Functions
Child Lock (
)
For the safety of your children, press More Time
and Less Time buttons at the same time for
about 3 seconds. You will see “
” sign on LED
window.
- All controls except child lock and power
Buttons will be disabled.
- Child lock lasts after the end of cycle.
Note
For “
” off, press More Time and Less Time
buttons at the same time for about 3 seconds.
Option
Gentle
- This function shortens or lengthens the cycle
time by increasing or decreasing
temperature.
- This option is used only with the Cotton and
Mixed Fabric cycles.
Damp Dry Beep
This function lets you know when the clothes are
ready for ironing.
- This option is used only with the Cotton and
Mixed Fabric cycles.
- You cannot use the ‘Damp Dry Beep’ when you
select Iron Dry.
Crease Care
- This function reduces creases.
- This is the default function when you select the
Mixed Fabric And Easy Care Cycle and it cannot be cancelled.
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Note
The above functions can all be selected using the
option button.
- Once : Gentle is selected.
- Twice : Damp Dry Beep option is selected.
- 3 Times : Gentle and Damp Dry Beep options
are selected.
- 4 Times : No selected.
Buzzer
This is a function to able to adjust volume of
beeper sound.
C aring for Your Dryer
Care and Cleaning is very Important
Empty Water Container
It’s not difficult to care for your dryer but it is important
that you do care for it. Follow the instructions below
Condensed water is collected in the water container.
Empty the water container after every use. Not
doing so will affect the drying performance.
If the water container is full, the ‘’Empty Water’’ lamp
glows and the buzzer sounds while the dryer is operating. If this should occur, the water container needs
to be emptied within the next hour.
Clean Lint Filter
Clean lint filter after each use and check it before each
use. It should also be cleaned if the ‘‘Clean Filter’’ light
becomes illuminated and the buzzer sounds during
operation of the dryer:
Cleaning or emptying the filter will reduce drying times
and energy consumption and lengthen the dryer life.
CAUTION
- The lint trap has to be cleaned frequently, if
applicable.
- Lint must not to be allowed to accumulate
around the tumble dryer.
1. Open the door.
1. Draw water
container out.
Caring for Your Dryer
2. Empty water
container to
sink.
2. Pull the filter out.
3. Clean the filter by
using a vacuum
cleaner or rinsing
under the tap.
4. Replace the filter.
- Push the filter all
the way down to
avoid Interference
with the door.
5. Close the door.
CAUTION
- After washing the lint filter please dry thoroughly
- Lint must not be left to accumulate in the
dryer
Clean lint filter during a cycle
If “Clean Filter ” indicator lamp flashes during
operation, clean the filter promptly.
1. Cool the dryer down and follow the mentioned steps.
2. Press the start/Pause button.
3. Push it back.
4. Press the Start/Pause button.
Note
A high atmospheric temperature and a small
room may both increase drying time as well as
energy consumption
WARNING
Do not drink the condensed water.
CAUTION
If the laundry is not spun at a high speed
during washing, energy consumption and
drying time will increase
In some instances, the laundry lamp may
flash ‘’Empty Water’’ and the dryer may
stop because the water container is full
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C aring for Your Dryer
Condenser
Condenser is also a very important part for efficient drying performance result so it needs a special care from you.
It is recommended that condenser be cleaned three or four times a year or when the condenser clean lamp blinks.
1. Push the cap and open the condensing
cover.
4. Clean the condenser thoroughly under a
tap, letting the water flow through
Caring for Your Dryer
< Front >
Condensing cover
< Side >
2. Open seal by turning the locking lever
5. Put everything back together by following the
instructions in reverse order
CAUTION
The locking lever must be closed
after cleaning the condenser as below.
Sealing cover
3. Pull the condenser out by inserting a finger
into the tab at the front of the condenser.
(Don’t force the condenser)
CAUTION
Top
Bottom
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- Operating when the condenser is clogged
with lint can damage the dryer.
This also increases energy consumption.
- Do not use sharp objects to clean the heat
exchanger. This could cause damage and
leaking.
- Never operate the dryer without the heat
exchanger.
C aring for Your Dryer
Ventilation Grille and Cool Air
Inlet Grille
Vacuum the front ventilation grille 3-4 times a year to
make sure there is no build up of lint or dirt that
could cause improper air flow
3. Connect
drain hose
to the kit.
Moisture Sensor?
Note
Caring for Your Dryer
- Warm air is exhausted through the ventilation grill
- Adequate ventilation has to be provided
to avoid the back flow of gases into the
room from appliance’s burning other
fuels, including open fires.
The device senses the moisture level of the
laundry during operation, which means it must
be cleaned regularly to remove any build up of
lime scale on the surface of the sensor. Wipe
the sensors inside drum (as illustrated)
Condensed Water Drain-out
Normally, condensed water is pumped up to the water
container where water is collected until manually emptied. Water can also be drained out directly to a mains
drain, especially when the dryer is stacked on top of a
washing machine. With a connecting kit for a mains
drain hose, simply change the water path and reroute
to the drainage facility as below:
1. Take
connecting
kit out.
2. Separate
water
container
hose from
the kit.
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A dditional Tips for Smart Use
Drying Guide & Energy consumption
PROGRAMME
Iron
Light*
Cupboard
Mixed Fabric Cupboard
Cupboard
Easy Care
Iron
Bulky Item
Skin Care
Refresh
Sports Wear
Jeans
Delicate
Wool
Quick Dry
Additional Tips for Smart Use
Cotton
Ca. of Dryer
9 kg
9 kg
9 kg
4 kg
2 kg
2 kg
1.5 kg
2 kg
Dress Shirts Max.4EA
1.5 kg
4.5 kg
1.5 kg
1 kg
2 kg
Display Drying Time
(Including Cooling Time)
97 min
103 min
115 min
48 min
58 min
51 min
60 min
118 min
20 min
30 min
36 min
45 min
21 min
50 min
Energy Consumption
3.81 kWh
5.05 kWh
5.55 kWh
1.70 kWh
0.93 kWh
0.54
2.85
2.85
0.50
0.69
1.80
0.85
0.45
1.41
kWh
kWh
kWh
kWh
kWh
kWh
kWh
kWh
kWh
* Tested in accordance with EN61121 : 2005 test program
- Energy consumption might not be the same as the value in the “Energy Consumption” table by spin rpm
of the washing machine, installation condition and using condition.
WOOLLENS
Dry woollens on ‘’wool’’ cycle. Be sure to follow fabric care
label "symbols", first. Wool is not completely dried from the
program so don't repeat drying. Pull woolens to their original shape and dry them flat.
Below are fabric care labels.
Symbols
Instructions
Dry
Woven and Loopknit Materials
Tumble dry
Some woven and loop knit materials may shrink, depending
on quality.
Permanent Press /
Wrinkle resistant
Permanent Press and Synthetics
Do not overload your dryer. Take out permanent press items
as soon as the dryer stops to reduce creases.
Baby Clothes and Night Gowns
Always check the manufacturer’s instructions.
Rubber and Plastics
Do not dry any items made from or containing
rubber or plastics such as:
a) Aprons, Bibs and Chair Covers
b) Curtains and Table Clothes
c) Bathmats
FIBREGLASS
Do not dry fiberglass articles in your dryer.
Glass particles left in the dryer could be picked up
by your clothes the next time you use the dryer and irritate
your skin.
Gentle / Delicate
Do not tumble dry
Do not dry
High heating
Medium heating
Low heating
No heat / air
Line Dry / hang to dry
Fabric Care Labels
Clothes have their own wash care labels, so drying according to the wash care label is recommended.
Not only that, the laundry must be sorted according to size
and fabric type.
For the best drying performance and most efficient energy
usage, do not overload the dryer.
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Drip dry
Dry flat
In the shade
A dditional Tips for Smart Use
Spare Parts
Accessory Parts
Spare parts that are required under the terms of
warranty are provided free of charge. If the warranty has expired then spare parts must be purchased from the service centre.
• Your dryer comes with accessories such as
1. Condensing Drain Hose
Disposal of the Dryer
2. Hose Holder
Additional Tips for Smart Use
It is requested that you dispose of your dryer
safely to protect your children and others from
possible injury.
The door, lid and other protruding parts must be
removed and the power cord cut off before safe
disposal.
3. Dryer Rack
Service Contact
If there is a problem with your dryer, first consult
the Trouble Shooting table. If you cannot find
the error and you are unable to resolve the problem, please contact the Service Centre.
A Customer Service representative will ask you
the following questions:
Stacking Kit
1
2
1. Name, address and postcode
2. Phone number
3. Description of problem
4. Model number and serial number of your
dryer
5. Date of Purchase
If stacking is needed, you must stack
the dryer upon LG washing machine.
In order to do this, stacking kit must
be purchased separately from LG
Qualified dealer or LG Qualified SVC
agent.
• Stacking kit Use
- fig 1 : Washer top plate size 550
- fig 2 : Washer top plate size 600
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T roubleshooting Guidelines
Troubleshooting Tips
To save you time and money, the following page will help answer your questions before service call.
Troubleshooting Guidelines
Questions
What to do
Dryer won’t run
1. Check dryer is plugged in.
2. Check "Start" button is pressed.
3. Check door is properly closed.
4. Check Room temperature is below 5°C.
5. Check a fuse is not blown or the circuit breaker is tripped and replace them.
(Caution : electric dryers generally use two fuses or breakers)
After emptying the water container and Cleaning filter during operation, you must
press Start button, then the dryer operates again.
It takes a long time
to dry
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
"Clean Filter" lamp
flashes
1. Check filter is clean
2. Check condenser unit is not clogged
Clothes are covered
in Fluff
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The drying time is
not consistent
The drying time for a load will vary depending on the heat setting, the size of the load,
the type of fabrics, the wetness of the clothes and the condition of the lint filter.
Water is leaking
Check if the door or seal cover is dirty or damaged
The clothes are
creased
Check the laundry is not overloaded. Try a shorter drying time and remove items
whilst they still retain a slight amount of moisture. Use the anti-crease function
The garments have
shrunk
To avoid shrinkage, please follow the care and use instructions for your garment, as some fabrics shrink naturally when washed and other fabrics should
not be placed in a dryer.
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Filter should be cleaned after each load.
Check water container is emptied.
Check cleanness of condenser.
Select correct programme setting for fabric type
Check air ventilation grille or rear vents of dryer are not obstructed
Check clothes are not excessively wet
Check the dryer is not overloaded
Check dryer is overloaded.
Check lint filter is empty.
Check all the items in the dryer are clean
Check all the laundry has been correctly sorted by fabric type
Check laundry is not overloaded
Check if there is any paper, tissues or other degradable items amongst the
laundry and remove.
T roubleshooting Guidelines
Error Mode
•
•
: LED displays “
” in case of the door open. The door must be closed and start
Button must be pressed for re-operation.
: If error message continues to occur, unplug the power cord and call the
Service Centre for advice.
Drum light does not work
• Contact the customer service centre.
Troubleshooting Guidelines
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U sing SmartDiagnosis
TM
Note
SmartDiagnosis™ function is available only for
the products with a SmartDiagnosis™ mark.
In case of a mobile phone with static option,
the smart diagnosis function might not
operate.
Using SmartDiagnosis™
• Only use this feature when instructed to do
so by the call center. The transmission
sounds similar to a fax machine, and so has
no meaning except to the call center.
• SmartDiagnosis™ cannot be activated if the
Dryer does not power up. If this happens,
then troubleshooting must be done without
SmartDiagnosis™.
If you experience problems with your
Dryer, call to Customer information center.
Follow the call center agent's instructions,
and do the following steps when requested:
Using SmartDiagnosisTM
1. Press the Power button to turn on the
Dryer. Do not press any other buttons or turn
the cycle selector knob.
2. When instructed to do so by the call center,
place the mouthpiece of your phone very
close to the Power button.
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3. Press and hold the “More Time” button
for three seconds, while holding the
phone mouthpiece to the icon or Power
button.
4. Keep the phone in place until the tone
transmission has finished.
This takes about 17 seconds, and the
display will count down the time.
• For best results, do not move the phone
while the tones are being transmitted.
• If the call center agent is not able to get
an accurate recording of the data, you
may be asked to try again.
• Pressing the Power button during the
transmission will shut off the
SmartDiagnosis™.
5. Once the countdown is over and the
tones have stopped, resume your
conversation with the call center agent,
who will then be able to assist you using
the information transmitted for analysis at
the call to Customer information center.
T echnical Data
3”
(8cm)
60 in.2
(387 cm2)
850mm
60 in.2
(387 cm2)
3”
(8cm)
640mm
1”
(2.5 cm)
600mm
24”
(61.0 cm)
1”
(2.5 cm)
Weight : 50 kg
Ventilation Requirement
Electrical Requirements
Hertz
Watts
Alcove or
undercounter
Closet
220V~
50 Hz
2600
Ensure air flow of
112 cu.ft./min
through dryer
Closet door must have
2(louvered) openings,
each having a minimum
area of 60 sq. inches
(387 sq.cm), located 3
inches (8 cm) from
bottom and top of door.
Ensure you connect the dryer to the correct
electricity voltage. The ratings plate on your
dryer shows you what the voltage should be.
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Technical Data
Volts
W arranty
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it
means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of
separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection
facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance,
please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
Warranty
What is not covered.
• Service trips to your home to teach you how to use the product.
• If the product is connected to any voltage other than that shown on the rating plate.
• If the fault is caused by accident, neglect, misuse or Act of God.
• If the fault is caused by factors other than normal domestic use or use in accordance with the
owner's manual.
• Provide instruction on use of product or change the set-up of the product.
• If the fault is caused by pests for example, rats or cockroaches, etc.
• Noise or vibration that is considered normal, for example water drain sound, spin sound, or
warning beeps.
• Correcting the installation. For example, levelling the product, adjustment of drain.
• Normal maintenance which is recommended by the owner's manual.
• Removal of foreign objects / substances from the machine, including the pump and inlet hose
filter, For example, grit, nails, bra wires, buttons etc.
• Replace fuses in or correct house wiring or correct house plumbing.
• Correction of unauthorized repairs.
• Incidental or consequential damage to personal property caused by possible defects with this
appliance.
• If this product is used for commercial purpose, it is not warranted.
(Example : Public places such as public bathroom, lodging house, training center, dormitory)
If the product is installed outside the normal service area, any cost of transportation involved in
the repair of the product, or the replacement of a defective part, shall be borne by the owner.
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