Asko 460680 Operating Instructions

Asko 460680 Operating Instructions
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing this quality product from ASKO. We hope it will
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high quality. These are key characteristics of all our products and the
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To get the most out of your new machine, we recommend that you read
the operating instructions before using the machine. The operating
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environment.
Operating Instructions
Tumble dryer
T884HP XLW
WARNING: Read the instructions before using the machine.
CONTENTS
BEFORE USING YOUR MACHINE FOR THE
FIRST TIME
3
CARE AND CLEANING
Cleaning the lint filter
15
Language selection
3
Emptying the condensed water container
16
Laundry labels
3
Cleaning the evaporator filter and evaporator
16
4
Cleaning the auto filter
17
Cleaning the outside of the machine
17
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Grounding instructions
5
Installation
6
Transport/Winter storage
6
The machine will not start
Packing material
6
The machine loses all power during a programme 18
Recycling
6
The machine leaks water
18
KidSafe™ Child-safe
7
Drying takes too long
18
KidSafe™ Child-safe start
7
Error messages
18
Activating/deactivating KidSafe™ Child-safe start
7
To deactivate KidSafe™ Child-safe start temporarily 7
DESCRIPTION OF THE TUMBLE DRYER
TROUBLESHOOTING
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Have the clothes been spun?
9
Materials that can be tumble-dried
9
18
19
Technical data
19
Standard tests
19
Information on energy labelling
20
SERVICE AND GUARANTEE
21
Materials that must not be tumble-dried
9
Static electricity
9
Limited Warranty – Residential Appliances
TUMBLE DRYING
10
Sort your fabrics
10
Select the programme
10
Selecting options
11
Press the start button
11
Drying programme finished
12
Programme chart
13
SETTINGS
18
8
ADVICE AND TIPS BEFORE YOU TUMBLEDRY
9
INSTALLATION
14
Language
14
KidSafe™ Child-safe
14
23
23
Electrical installation
23
Connection on delivery
23
DOOR HANGING
24
QUICK GUIDE
28
14
You can carry out the following settings
21
Installation
Original instruction
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BEFORE USING YOUR MACHINE FOR THE FIRST TIME
LANGUAGE SELECTION
You will be prompted to select the display language
when you have connected your machine and start it for
the first time. Do as follows:
1. Turn the programme selector to choose from: US
English, English, Svenska, Dansk, Norsk, Suomi,
Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Espanol, Русский,
Nederlands.
2. Press Stop to save the setting.
LAUNDRY LABELS
Certain materials are not suitable for tumbledrying.
Always check and follow the instructions on each item’s
laundry label. You can find more information in the
Advice and tips before you tumble-dry chapter.
NOTE
When starting the tumble dryer for the first time or
after a long period without use, you may notice a slight
thumping noise. This noise is completely normal and
will disappear after a few loads.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
WARNING!
WARNING - To reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, or injury to persons
when using your appliance, follow
basic precautions, including the
following:
• Read all instructions before using the
appliance.
• Do not wash or dry articles that
have been previously cleaned in,
washed in, soaked in, or spotted
with gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents,
cooking oils, other flammable or
explosive substances as they give off
vapors that could ignite or explode.
• Your dryer is intended solely for
household use.
• Do not allow children to play on or
in the appliance. Children should be
closely supervised when near the
appliance.
• Before the appliance is removed from
service or discarded, remove the door
to the drying compartment.
• Do not reach into the appliance if the
drum is moving.
• Do not install or store this appliance
where it will be exposed to the
weather.
• Do not tamper with controls.
• Do not attempt to repair or replace
any part of the appliance or perform
any servicing unless specifically
recommended in this guide.
• Do not use fabric softeners or dryer
sheets unless the manufacturer gives
written assurance that the product will
not damage a tumble dryer.
• Do not heat dry items containing
vinyl, plastic, foam rubber or similarly
textured rubberlike materials,
fiberglass, or wool unless the label
• Clean the lint filter before or after each
load.
• Keep the area around the exhaust
opening and adjacent surrounding
areas free from the accumulation of
lint, dust and dirt.
• The interior of the machine should be
cleaned periodically by an authorized
ASKO service agent.
• Do not place items exposed to
cooking oils in your dryer. Items
contaminated with cooking oils may
contribute to a chemical reaction that
could cause a load to catch fire.
• Electrical installation, if required, must
be done by a licensed electrician.
• Do not operate appliance while away
from the home.
• Do not heat dry items that have been
dry-cleaned.
• The dryer is made and marked to
facilitate recycling. When it is no
longer useful, contact your local
refuse collection service for advice on
how to properly dispose of the dryer
for purposes of recycling.
• Damaged power cables should
only be replaced by a certified
professional.
• Provide sufficient ventilation,
otherwise smoke from open fires or
fumes from equipment burning other
fuels can be drawn into the room.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION! HOT SURFACE!
During the program, the back of the
dryer will get very hot. Let the machine
cool completely before touching the
back.
WARNING!
This appliance must be properly
grounded.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
A) Grounding instructions for
a grounded, cord-connected
appliance
In the event of malfunction or
breakdown, grounding will reduce the
risk of electric shock by providing a path
of least resistance for electric current.
This appliance (Canadian market only)
is equipped with a cord having an
equipment-grounding conductor and
a grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into an appropriate outlet that
is properly installed and grounded in
accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
WARNING!
Improper connection of the
equipment-grounding conductor can
result in a risk of electric shock. Check
with a qualified electrician or service
representative or personnel if you are
in doubt as to whether the appliance
is properly grounded. Do not modify
the plug provided with the appliance
(Canadian market only). If it will not
fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
To reduce the risk of fire, this
appliance must be exhausted
outdoors or the equivalent. Do not
exhaust into a chimney, wall, ceiling or
concealed space in a building.
B) Grounding instructions for a
permanently connected appliance:
This appliance must be connected to
a grounded metal, permanent wiring
system, or an equipment-grounding
conductor must be run with the circuit
conductors and connected to the
equipment-grounding terminal or lead
on the appliance.
NOTE!
This manual does not cover every
possible condition and situation that
may occur. Use common sense and
caution when installing, operating, and
maintaining any appliance.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
See the separate installation
instructions.
WARNING!
Do not start the machine until it has
been in position for 24 hours. If for
some reason the tumble dryer needs
to be laid down for transport or
service, it must be laid on its left side
viewed from the front.
TRANSPORT/WINTER STORAGE
If you need to move your machine or
store it over the winter in unheated
premises, make sure that you drain the
condensed water container beforehand.
PACKING MATERIAL
Please sort waste materials in
accordance with local˝guidelines.
RECYCLING
This machine is manufactured and
labelled for recycling. In order to prevent
personal injury, the machine must be
made inoperable after deciding to take
it out of service. Contact your local
authority for information about where
and how your machine should be
correctly recycled.
WARNING!
This product may contain chemicals
known to the state of California to
cause cancer or reproductive harm.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
KIDSAFE™ CHILD-SAFE
WARNING!
DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO
PLAY WITH THE TUMBLE DRYER.
• If the door is opened when a
programme is running the garments
may be very hot, with a risk of burn
injuries.
• The tumble dryer does not start
automatically when the door is
closed (if a child pulls the door shut
from the inside, for example).
KIDSAFE™ CHILD-SAFE START
By activating the child-safe start
function you can prevent children from
starting the tumble dryer or changing
the current programme.
ACTIVATING/DEACTIVATING
KIDSAFE™ CHILD-SAFE START
1. Turn off the machine using the main
power switch.
2. Press and hold the + button and the
temperature selection button and turn
on the main power switch.
3. Turn the programme selector and
choose ”Child-safe start off ” or
”Child-safe start on”.
4. Press the Start button to save.
TO DEACTIVATE KIDSAFE™ CHILDSAFE START TEMPORARILY
You can temporarily deactivate Childsafe start for three minutes by pressing
the temperature button and the minus
button under Delayed Start at the same
time.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE TUMBLE DRYER
1
2
3
4
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1. Main power switch
5. Lint filter
2. Condensed water container
6. Outer door
3. Panel
7. Heat pump
4. Type plate
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ADVICE AND TIPS BEFORE YOU TUMBLE-DRY
Here are some tips that may help you before you begin
tumble-drying.
HAVE THE CLOTHES BEEN SPUN?
Items to be tumble-dried should be spun at 1000 rpm
or faster. Higher spin speeds save energy and reduce
drying time.
MATERIALS THAT CAN BE TUMBLEDRIED
This symbol means that the material is suitable for
tumble- drying. Fabrics best suited to tumble-drying are
cotton fabrics, terry cloth and synthetic fibres. Garments
will be softer and lighter when tumbled than when hung
out to dry.
STATIC ELECTRICITY
To reduce the risk of static electricity in the laundry after
tumble drying you can:
• Use fabric softener when washing.
• Wait five minutes after the drying program ends
before opening the door and removing the laundry
from the dryer.
NOTE!
You can stop the tumble dryer by pressing the Stop
button for three seconds or by opening the door. In
both cases the programme is stopped and starts from
the beginning if restarted. If you do not want to restart
the programme then immediately remove all laundry
and spread it out to allow the heat to dissipate.
NOTE!
The tumble dryer does not cause any significant wear
on fabrics. The lint that collects in the lint filter consists
of dust and fibre residues formed when the items are
used.
MATERIALS THAT MUST NOT BE
TUMBLE-DRIED
This symbol means that the material is not suitable
for tumble-drying. Certain materials may melt or become
a fire hazard if exposed to heat, and others can lose their
shape or shrink.
And do not tumble-dry:
• materials labelled ”Do not dry near heat”.
• garments that have been dry-cleaned at home.
• plastic foam.
• fibreglass material.
• wool must not be tumble-dried because of the risk of
felting.
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TUMBLE DRYING
Below are step-by-step instructions to help you achieve
the best possible tumble-drying results.
Press the main power switch until the display lights.
Open the door, load the items and then close the door.
NOTE!
SORT YOUR FABRICS
You will achieve the most uniform drying results if the
items are made of the same type of material. Do up zips
and buttons, fasten belts, sort the items and adjust the
load and temperature.
Make sure that objects e.g. detergent dispensing balls,
have been removed from the laundry. They could melt
and cause damage to the dryer or the laundry.
NOTE!
To save energy, always observe the maximum load for
each program (see Program chart).
NOTE!
Do not overload the drum!
Overloading the dryer will result in poor drying results
and wrinkling.
SELECT THE PROGRAMME
Programme selector
Display window
Main power switch
Options buttons
Start
Stop
Select a programme by turning the programme selector. The selected programme is shown in the display window.
Use the option buttons to select any options.
Guidelines as to what specific programmes can be used
for:
Auto heavy
This program is for items that are particularly difficult to
dry.
NOTE!
Knitted fabrics in particular are prone to shrinkage.
Use the Auto heavy, Auto normal dry or Auto Iron dry
programs for these items. Stretch clothes back into
shape immediately after drying.
Synthetics
Gentle program for synthetics. Delayed Start can be
selected as an option.
Terry towels
Program intended for large and small loads of thick terry
cloth, such as towels and bathrobes.
Down
Gentle program that dries down items completely. Can
be used to dry up to three pillows or one quilt.
Timed dry
Auto dry and Auto delicate
These programmes end automatically when the load is
dry. The Auto dry programme gives slightly drier laundry
than Auto normal dry.
Auto Iron dry
This programme shuts off the heat once the load is just
damp enough for ironing or pressing.
Jeans
The most suitable program time depends on what you
intend to do with the items after tumble-drying them. Use
trial and error to fi nd out what works best. When you use
Timed dry to tumble-dry a load of mixed fabrics, some of
the garments may remain damp. Tumble-dry any damp
garments for a further 30 minutes or so using the Timed
dry program. Select the program time by pressing the +
and - buttons. A program time between 30 minutes and
3 hours can be selected and each button press changes
the time by 15 minutes.
Program for jeans and clothing with very thick seams.
Delayed Start can be selected as an option.
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TUMBLE DRYING
NOTE!
When using the Timed dry program with a program
time that is too long, the garments can become “overdry”. This can cause items to shrink or crease and
feel rough to the touch. Synthetic materials can also
become charged with static electricity.
with the Revitalise programme. If the Audible Volume
option has also been activated, an audible signal will
sound each time the drum rotates as a reminder that the
drying programme has finished.
• Select Anti crease by pressing the button under the
symbol.
• The symbol lights when Anti crease is selected.
Revitalise
Use the Air fluff program when you just want to refresh,
air or soften up items. Select the program time by
pressing the + and - buttons. A program time between
15 minutes and 3 hours can be selected and each button
press changes the time by 15 minutes.
SELECTING OPTIONS
By selecting options, you can tailor a drying programme
to suit your requirements. The available options depend
on the selected programme. Once you have started the
programme, the options you selected are saved for the
next time you use the same programme. The exception
is option Delayed Start, which is not saved for the next
time.
Energy Save
You can select Energy Save with all programmes except
Revitalise and Timed dry.
• Select Energy save by pressing the button under the
symbol.
• The symbol lights when the option Energy save is
selected.
Audible Volume
You can choose to have the machine notify you when a
programme is finished or if an error has occurred.
• Select Audible Volume by pressing the button under
the symbol.
• The symbol lights when Audible Volume is selected.
Delayed Start
First select which programme you want to use and
then select Delayed Start by pressing the + button. The
display shows Delayed Start in whole hours. Press the +
/ - button to select a delayed start of 1 to 24 hours. The
symbol for Delayed Start lights next to the number of
hours. Press the Start button and the machine counts
down 1 hour at a time and starts after the selected delay.
This option cannot be used with Timed dry or Revitalise.
PRESS THE START BUTTON
An estimate of the remaining drying time will be shown
on the display a few minutes after the drying programme
starts. For example, 1:35 means that it will take
approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes for the load to dry.
If the option.Anti crease has been selected, the drum will
rotate for three seconds per minute for two hours after
the programme is finished. The actual remaining time
may be longer than the estimated time shown on the
display. The remaining time is then shown as 0:15 until
the load is sufficiently dry. If you selected Time Saver the
display will show 0:05 instead. You can stop the tumble
dryer by pressing the Stop button for three seconds or
by opening the door. In both cases the programme is
stopped and starts from the beginning if restarted.
NOTE!
The programme will not be affected if you change the
programme selector after the programme has started.
Time saver
You can select Time saver with all programmes except
Revitalise. The programme is shortened by about 12
minutes.
• Press the button under the symbol.
• The symbol lights when Time saver is selected.
Anti crease
This option means that the drum will rotate for three
seconds per minute for two hours after the drying
programme has finished. This option prevents items
from remaining in the same position and becoming
creased if you are unable to remove them immediately
after tumble-drying has finished. Cannot be selected
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TUMBLE DRYING
DRYING PROGRAMME FINISHED
The text Done appears on the display when the
programme is finished. If the Anti crease option has
been selected, the drum will rotate for three seconds per
minute for two hours after the programme is finished.
The compressor’s cooling fan continues to run after the
program fi nishes, but stops automatically or when any
button/knob is activated.
Backlighting
Two minutes after the drying programme finishes the
backlighting on the display and options buttons enters
energy saving mode. Turn the programme selector if you
want to activate the machine.
Condensed water
The condensed water container must be emptied after
each load. Remove the condensed water container,
empty out the water and replace the container. If the
condensed water container becomes full to overfl owing,
the program is interrupted and Over Flow appears on the
display. Empty the container and press the Start button
to start a new program.
TIP!
The condensed water is decalcified and can be used
in steam irons. Pour it through a coffee filter.
NOTE!
• Clean the lint fi lter in the outer door after each load.
See the Care and cleaning chapter.
• Clean the steamer and the steamer fi lter at the
intervals shown on the machine’s display or more
often.
• Empty the condensed water container after each
load.
WARNING!
If the lint fi lter becomes clogged, the machine’s
automatic overheating cut-out may be triggered.
Clean the fi lter, wait until the machine has cooled then
try starting it. If it still does not start: call the service
division.
Once drying has finished
Turn off the main power switch. Remove the clothes and
close the door to prevent small children from climbing
into the machine.
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TUMBLE DRYING
PROGRAMME CHART
Here we present the energy and time consumption of a few different programmes. The table shows the effect of using
different spin speeds when washing the load. Consumption can vary depending on room temperature, humidity, load,
variations in the power supply and selected options.
For the consumption values given below, the requirements are as follows:
Temperature of intake air:
73 °F (23°C)
Moisture content of intake air:
55%
Drying temperature:
Normal
Program time approx.
(h:min)
Energy consumption
approx.
(kWh)
Program time approx.
(h:min)
Energy consumption
approx.
(kWh)
Program time approx.
(h:min)
Auto heavy
1400
45
-4
2,20
4:00
1,10
1:55
0,73
1:17
Auto dry
1400
45
-2
2,00
3:55
1,05
1:50
0,70
1:14
Auto delicate
1400
45
0
1,90
3:50
1,00
1:45
0,67
1:11
Auto iron dry
1400
45
12
1,60
2:50
0,65
1:04
0,43
0:53
Program
Energy consumption
approx.
(kWh)
Partial load
(3,5kg / 7,7lbs)
Final moisture
content approx.
(%)
Half load
(5,5kg / 12lbs)
Initial moisture
content approx.
(%)
Full load
(11kg / 24lbs)
Washing machine
spin speed
(rpm)
Test load*
* Test load is consist of cotton sheets, pillowcases and towels based on standard EN 61121.
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SETTINGS
YOU CAN CARRY OUT THE FOLLOWING
SETTINGS
• Language
• KidSafe™ Child-safe
You will be prompted to select the display language
when you have connected your machine and start it for
the first time.
LANGUAGE
Do as follows:
1. Turn off the machine using the main power switch.
2. Press and hold the Start button and then press the
main power switch.
3. Turn the programme selector and choose from: US
English, EU English, Svenska, Dansk, Norsk, Suomi,
Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Espanol, Русский,
Nederlands.
4. Press the Start button to save.
KIDSAFE™ CHILD-SAFE
Activating/deactivating Child-safe start
1. Turn off the machine using the main power switch.
2. Press and hold the + button and the option
Temperature low and then turn on the main power
switch.
3. Turn the programme selector and choose ”Child-safe
On” or ”Child-safe Off ”.
4. Press the Start button to save.
You can temporarily deactivate Child-safe start for three
minutes by pressing the option Temperature low and button at the same time.
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CARE AND CLEANING
CLEANING THE LINT FILTER
The lint filter must be cleaned after each load.
1. Lift the filter from the holder in the door.
4. Use your hand or a soft cloth to remove the lint
from all sides of the filter. If necessary, use a damp
sponge and a small amount of washing-up liquid to
remove any deposits. Dry the filter thoroughly with a
towel.
NOTE!
Clean the surface of the lint (fluf) filter after each
drying program.
2. Open the lint filter. Push against the edge with your
thumb as shown in the figure.
5. To close the lint filter, follow the reverse order of
steps used for opening. Then, replace the filter by
sliding it back into the door. Close the lint filter before
closing the door.
3. Open the inner filter as shown in the figure.
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CARE AND CLEANING
EMPTYING THE CONDENSED WATER
CONTAINER
CLEANING THE EVAPORATOR FILTER
AND EVAPORATOR
Clean the evaporator and the evaporator filter at the
intervals shown on the machine’s display or more often.
1. Turn off the Main power switch and open the outer
door.
2. Remove the plinth.
3. Open the heat pump door.
If you have not connected the machine to a separate
drain the condensed water container must be emptied
after each load. Remove the condensed water container,
empty out the water and replace the container.
If the condensed water container becomes full to overfl
owing, the program is interrupted and “Over Flow”
appears on the display. Empty the container and press
the Start button to restart the program.
For connection to a separate drain, see the installation
instructions in the set of documents.
4. Pull out the filter by lightly pressing the filter support
downwards.
NOTE!
Empty the condensate tank after each drying cycle.
NOTE!
The dryer must not be used without the condenser unit
in place.
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CARE AND CLEANING
5. Remove the sponge filter (B) from the filter support
(A). Clean it with a vacuum cleaner and wash it under
running water.
CLEANING THE AUTO FILTER
Clean the filter at the intervals shown on the machine’s
display or more often
1. Pull the condensed water container out and up.
A
2. Unscrew and remove the auto filter.
B
Sealing
RECOMMENDATION!
Wash the sponge filter in the washing machine after 30
drying cycles (use the rinse or quick wash program).
6. Clean the heat pump ribs by spraying water on them
(use a plant sprayer). The water will carry away the
lint and the condensate pump will drain the lint and
water mixture.
3. Rinse the auto filter clean with water.
4. Screw the autofilter back into place. Check that the
seal is properly seated.
NOTE!
Clean the filters after each drying.
Do not replace the filters if they are damp or wet.
Damp or wet filters could cause operational faults.
NOTE!
The dryer should never be operated without the filters
in place, or with damaged filters as excessive amount
of accumulated fibres from the fabric could cause
malfunction or failure of the dryer.
7. Replace the clean sponge filter into the filter support.
To replace the support, first insert the bottom edge of
the support under an angle, and then lightly press it
towards the heat pump ribs to align it. Close the heat
pump door.
NOTE!
Do not touch the heat pump ribs. They are very thin
an easily damaged. If the ribs are bent or damaged,
the efficiency of the condenser unit will deteriorate
considerably, which in turn leads to poorer drying
results.
CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE
MACHINE
Clean the outside of the machine and the programme
panel with a mild cleaner. Do not use solvents, as these
can damage the machine. Do not hose down or spray
the machine with water.
NOTE!
Do not allow dust to accumulate around the machine.
Keep the area around the tumble dryer clean and cool;
dust, heat and moisture prolong drying times.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
NOTE!
ERROR MESSAGES
When starting the tumble dryer for the first time or
after a long period without use, you may notice a slight
thumping noise. This noise is completely normal and
will disappear after a few loads.
• If Over Flow appears on the display, the condensed
water container is full or the evaporator filter is
blocked. Empty the container, clean the filter and
restart the machine. See the Care and cleaning
chapter.
THE MACHINE WILL NOT START
• Read Drying takes too long in this chapter if Max
program time appears on the display.
Check:
• that the door is properly closed.
• that the main power switch is on.
• that the Delayed Start option has not been selected.
To cancel Delayed Start, press the Stop button for
three seconds.
• that the plug is connected.
• that the main fuses have not blown.
• If Clean Lint Filter appears on the display, clean the
lint filter.
• If Clean condenser appears on the display, clean the
evaporator. See the Care and cleaning chapter.
• If Clean auto filter appears on the display, clean the
auto filter. See the Care and cleaning chapter.
• Call the service division if Thermistor fault appears on
the display.
• Press the Stop button to close any error messages.
THE MACHINE LOSES ALL POWER
DURING A PROGRAMME
Contact the service division.
THE MACHINE LEAKS WATER
Check that the autofilter and its seal are installed
correctly and not faulty.
WARNING!
If the lint filter not is cleaned regularly, the machine’s
automatic overheating cut-out may be triggered
because of to high temperature. The heaters in the
machine will then switch off and the drum will continue
to spin to cool down the machine.
Call the service division if:
• Heating fault appears on the display.
• Max program time is shown frequently in the display
and the laundry does not get dry. (Overheating
protection may have been tripped.)
DRYING TAKES TOO LONG
• Check that the lint filter is not clogged (see the Care
and cleaning chapter).
• Empty the condensed water container. Clean the
evaporator filter (net filter + foam filter), evaporator, lint
filter and autofilter, see chapter Care and cleaning.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL DATA
Height:
33 1/2” (850 mm)
Width:
23 1/2” (595 mm)
Depth:
29 1/3” (745 mm)
Weight (net):
134,5 lb (61 kg)
Cylinder volume:
38,3 gal (145 l)
Max. drying capacity:
24 lb (11 kg)
Speed:
50-55 rpm
Rated power:
See type plate.
Drum material:
Stainless steel
Outer casing material:
Powder-coated and hot-galvanized sheet steel or stainless steel
Setup:
Stacking or freestanding
STANDARD TESTS
Europe:
Drying performance:
EN 611 21 (392/2012). Programme 3 Auto normal dry, 24 lb (11kg) cotton, temperature
Normal, Time saver. The machine has been tested for 1-Phase 10A.
Energy declaration:
EN 611 21 (392/2012). Programme 3 Auto normal dry, 24 lb (11kg) cotton,temperature
Normal, Time saver. The machine has been tested for1-Phase 10A.
Test method for noise
measurement:
IEC 60 704-2-6.
This product contains fluorinated greenhouse gases.
Type of refrigerant:
R134a
Quantity of refrigerant:
0.45 kg
Total GWP:
1430
CO2 equivalent:
0.644 t
Hermetically sealed.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
INFORMATION ON ENERGY LABELLING
Information sheet, in compliance with Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No. 392/2012
ASKO
Model designation
T884HP XL
Max. drying capacity
11 kg
Energy efficiency class
A++
Annual energy consumption (AEc)
282 (kWh/year) 1)
Energy consumption
Auto normal dry with full load (Edry)
2,38 (kWh)
Auto normal dry with half load (Edry1/2)
1,25 (kWh)
Power consumption
Off-mode (Po)
0,5 (W)
Left-on mode (Pl)
0,5 (W)
Condensation efficiency
Auto normal dry with full and half load (Ct)
86 (%)
Auto normal dry with full load (Ctdry)
86 (%)
Auto normal dry with half load (Ctdry1/2)
86 (%)
Drying programme
Auto normal dry 2)
Programme time (minutes)
Auto normal dry with full and half load (Tt)
181 (minute)
Auto normal dry with full load
249 (minute)
Auto normal dry with half load
130 (minute)
Airborne acoustical sound
66 (dB(A))
Type of dryer (A=Automatic, NA=Non Automatic)
A
Standby mode duration
2 (minute)
Condensation efficiency class
B3)
1) Based on 160 standard drying cycles for Auto normal dry full and half load, and consumption in accordance with the low power modes. The actual
energy consumption will depend on how the machine is used.
2) Auto normal dry used with a full or half load is the standard programme to which the information on the label and the information sheet refer. This
programme is intended for drying normally wet cotton laundry and in terms of energy consumption is the most effective programme for cotton.
3) On a scale from G (least efficient) to A (most efficient).
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SERVICE AND GUARANTEE
LIMITED WARRANTY – RESIDENTIAL
APPLIANCES
ITEMS EXCLUDED FROM WARRANTY
ASKO Distribution North America, LLC. (“ASKO”)
warrants to the original purchaser (the “ASKO
Customer”) of the ASKO product (the “ASKO Product”),
who purchased the ASKO Product from a distributor,
dealer, manufacturer’s representative or other seller who
has been authorized by ASKO, that this ASKO Product
is free of defects in materials and/or workmanship,
subject to the terms and conditions set forth herein.
This Limited Warranty covers parts and labor, except
as set forth in this Limited Warranty. Service must be
provided by an authorized ASKO service company.
YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT REPAIR
AS PROVIDED HEREIN. This Limited Warranty is valid
only when the ASKO Product is used in the country in
which it was purchased. Proof of original purchase date
is required to obtain service under this Limited Warranty.
1. Replacement parts or repair labor if the ASKO
Product is used in a manner that is inconsistent
with published user or operator instructions and/or
installation instructions.
Residential ASKO Products Used Exclusively
for Household/Personal Purposes:
Two (2) Years limited Warranty – Any warranty service
claims for residential ASKO Products must be filed
with ASKO within two (2) years from date of purchase.
Service will be provided during normal business hours.
Residential ASKO Products Not Used
Exclusively for Household/Personal Purposes
or used Commercially or used in Marine,
Mobile or Aeronautical Applications:
One (1) Year limited Warranty – Any warranty service
claims for ASKO Products not used exclusively for
household and personal use, or used commercially or
used in marine, mobile, or aeronautical applications
must be filed with ASKO within one (1) year from date
of purchase. Service will be provided during normal
business hours.
This limited warranty does not cover:
2. Service calls to correct the installation of the ASKO
Product, to instruct you on how to use the ASKO
Product, to replace or repair house fuses, or to
correct house wiring or plumbing.
3. Consumable items and parts, such as filters.
4. Damage resulting from accident, alteration,
misuse, abuse, negligence, fire, flood, acts of God,
improper use, improper installation, installation not
in accordance with electrical or plumbing codes, or
use of products not approved by ASKO, as well as
any attempted repair by other than authorized ASKO
service companies.
5. Cosmetic damage, including scratches, dents, chips
or other damage to the finish of the ASKO Product,
unless such damage results from defects in materials
or workmanship and is reported to ASKO within 5
days from date of purchase.
6. Pickup and delivery. The ASKO Product is intended
to be repaired in your home.
7. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from
unauthorized modifications made to the ASKO
Product.
8. Expenses for travel and transportation for product
service if the ASKO Product is located in a remote
area where service by an authorized ASKO service
company is not available.
9. The removal and reinstallation of the ASKO Product
if it is installed in an inaccessible location or is not
installed in accordance with ASKO’s published
installation instructions.
10. Replacement parts or repair labor on ASKO Products
with original model/serial numbers that have been
removed, altered or cannot be easily determined.
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SERVICE AND GUARANTEE
DISCLAIMER
YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT
REPAIR AS PROVIDED HEREIN. EXPRESSLY
DISCLAIMED ARE ALL OTHER EXPRESS AND
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Some jurisdictions
do not allow exclusion or limitations regarding warranty
rights. This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal
rights and you may have other rights that vary from
jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Attempted repair by any
person other than an authorized ASKO service company
will void this Limited Warranty.
TROUBLESHOOTING & ASKO CUSTOMER
CARE
If you think you need repair service, first see the
“Troubleshooting” section of the Use & Care Guide. If
you are unable to resolve the problem after checking
“Troubleshooting,” then additional help can be obtained
by calling ASKO Customer Care at 1-800-898-1879.
Read the “Troubleshooting” chapter before contacting
the Customer Care Center. Make a note of the (1) service
number, (2) item number and (3) serial number.
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LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
IN NO EVENT SHALL ASKO OR THE
MANUFACTURER AND THEIR RESPECTIVE
PARENTS, SUBSIDIARIES AND AFFILIATES BE
LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL,
EXEMPLARY, PUNITIVE OR SPECIAL DAMAGES. IN
NO EVENT SHALL ASKO OR THE MANUFACTURER
AND THEIR RESPECTIVE PARENTS, SUBSIDIARIES
AND AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES OTHER
THAN ACTUAL DAMAGES AND IN NO EVENT FOR
DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE PRICE PAID FOR
THE ASKO PRODUCT AS TO WHICH A CLAIM IS
MADE. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental, consequential or other damages,
so these limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights.
You also may have other rights that vary from jurisdiction
to jurisdiction.
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NOTE!
Only authorised spare parts shall be used in the event
of failure.
NOTE!
Repair or any warranty claim resulting from incorrect
connection or use of the dryer shall not be covered by
the warranty. In such cases, the costs of repair shall
be charged to the user.
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SERVICE AFTER EXPIRATION OF LIMITED
WARRANTY
For information about obtaining parts and labor after
expiration of this Limited Warranty or arising outside the
scope of this Limited Warranty, please contact ASKO
Customer Care at 1-800-898-1879. After your purchase
and prior to first use of the ASKO Product, register
your ASKO Product with ASKO by utilizing the address
information below. Should you need further assistance
as well, contact us at the address information below:
ASKO Distribution North America, LLC
Customer Care Center
PO Box 44848
MADISON WI 53744
1-800- 898-1879
www.askona.com
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
CONNECTION ON DELIVERY
See the separate installation instructions included in the
set of documents.
• 208-240 V, 1-phase, 15 A
• 60 Hz
• Use a type A residual-current device.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Connect the machine by plugging it into an earthed
wall socket. The electrical wall socket must be placed
outside of the installation area to be easily accessible.
NOTE!
Do not connect the machine to the mains electricity
supply by an extension lead.
WARNING!
The receptacle on the rear of the machine is designed
to accommodate ASKO washers ONLY (rated 208–
240 V.) To use this receptacle, you must use the readyfitted plug supplied with the washing machine or an
equivalent. ASKO washers rated 208–240 V have two
internal fuses of 15 A each. The machine should only
be connected to a grounded wall socket.
WARNING!
This appliance must be properly grounded. Refer
to the “Important Safety Instructions” for grounding
instructions. The power supply cord must be
grounded. If the machine is to be used in a wet area,
the supply must be protected by a residual current
device. Connection to a permanently wired supply
point must be made only by a qualified electrician. As
supplied: Single-phase, 230 V, 60 Hz, 2500W heater
rating 30 A circuit required.
Remove cover to
access teminal box.
(Requires- Torx
screwdriver.)
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DOOR HANGING
1
6
2
5
1. Hinge pins (top and bottom)
4. Locking hook
2. Cover plate
5. Hinges (left + right side)
3. Plastic plugs (on the upper and lower edges)
6. Plinth
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3
4
DOOR HANGING
You can choose whether the door is hung on the right or
the left.
6. Loosen and remove the catch (lift up and pull out)
and the cover plate on the door and the machine.
Switch the catch and the cover plate.
Follow these instructions:
1. Remove the plinth.
2. Remove the hinge, two screws
1
2
7. Refit the door by loosening the hinge screws slightly,
affixing the door and closing it. Retighten the hinges.
Replace the plinth.
3. Lift the door up and remove it. Support the door at
the same time.
4. Remove both door pins (top and bottom). Fit them on
the other side of the machine. Replace the hinge.
pin
5. Also change the hole plug (A) (on top) and the door
hinge bushing (B) (at the top and on the bottom), and
replace them on the other side of the door.
(A)
(B)
Use a flat screwdriver to remove the plugs.
NOTE!
Be careful not to damage the appliance with the
screwdriver.
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NOTES
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NOTES
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QUICK GUIDE
TURN ON THE MAIN POWER SWITCH
Load the garments and close the door.
1.
SELECT A PROGRAMME AND ANY OPTIONS
Turn the programme selector to the required programme.
2.
PRESS THE START BUTTON
3.
DRYING PROGRAMME FINISHED
The text End appears on the display when the programme is finished.
4.
Clean the lint filter after each load.
Turn off the main power switch.
Close the door.
We reserve the right to make changes.
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