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Bosch WTG865H2UC Use and Care Manual
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Dryer
WTG865H2UC
Welcome to Your New Dryer!
Congratulations on your selection of a new Bosch dryer
for your laundry needs. We are confident you will enjoy the
superior performance and reliability.
Please do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service
department if you have any questions or comments about
your new dryer.
Thank you for choosing Bosch.
Visit our website at www.bosch-home.com/us for more
information and to view a selection of our products.
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Table of contents
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Important information ................................................... 4
Purchase information ........................................................... 4
Customer service ................................................................. 5
Your dryer is intended for ............................................. 6
Safety Definitions .......................................................... 6
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ........................ 7
Introduction to your new dryer .................................... 9
Standard features and helpful information ...................... 9
Special features .................................................................... 9
Environmentally friendly use of your dryer ...................... 9
Dimensions and clearances required ........................ 10
Installation for best performance .................................... 10
Appliance dimensions ...................................................... 10
Length of power cord and drain hose ........................... 10
Minimum clearances ......................................................... 11
Installation Instructions .............................................. 13
Introduction ......................................................................... 13
Before installing the dryer ................................................ 13
Waste disposal .................................................................. 13
Parts provided with your dryer ........................................ 14
Accessories for your appliance ...................................... 15
Installation - step by step ................................................. 15
Electrical Connections ...................................................... 17
Leveling the dryer .............................................................. 19
Check heating system ...................................................... 19
Preparing to transport the dryer - step by step ........... 20
Reversing the door - step by step ................................. 20
Getting to know your appliance ................................. 22
Control panel ...................................................................... 22
Display area ....................................................................... 23
Operating Instructions ................................................ 25
Your new dryer ................................................................... 25
Before using the dryer for the first time ....................... 26
Temporary disconnection of the dryer .......................... 27
Using the program selector to choose a drying
program ............................................................................... 27
Program selection ............................................................. 27
Selecting optional program settings .............................. 27
Loading the laundry .......................................................... 28
Starting the program ......................................................... 28
Indicator of program sequence ...................................... 29
Selecting a different program ......................................... 29
Cancel program ................................................................. 29
Program end ...................................................................... 29
Removing laundry/switching the appliance off ........... 29
Home Connect............................................................. 30
Connecting to your home network automatically ....... 30
Connecting to your home network manually ............... 30
Connecting to the Home Connect app ......................... 31
Activating/deactivating Wi-Fi ........................................... 31
Resetting your network settings ..................................... 32
Updating the software ...................................................... 32
Information on data protection ....................................... 33
Declaration of Conformity ................................................ 33
Wi-Fi® Module FCC/IC Statements ............................... 33
Laundry ........................................................................ 34
Preparing the laundry ....................................................... 34
Sorting the laundry ............................................................ 34
Drying tips .......................................................................... 34
Program selection table ............................................. 35
Optional program settings ......................................... 36
Low Heat ............................................................................. 36
Time Dry 5 ........................................................................ 36
Remote Start ...................................................................... 36
Finish in ............................................................................... 36
Dryness Level .................................................................... 36
Level Adjust ........................................................................ 36
End Signal .......................................................................... 36
Wrinkle Block ..................................................................... 36
Appliance settings ...................................................... 37
Child lock ............................................................................ 37
Activating setting mode ................................................... 37
Exiting setting mode ......................................................... 37
Cleaning and maintenance ......................................... 38
Cleaning the housing and control panel ...................... 38
Cleaning the lint filter area .............................................. 38
Cleaning the lint filter ........................................................ 38
Cleaning the heat exchanger .......................................... 39
Cleaning the moisture sensors ...................................... 40
Maintenance of drain hose ............................................. 40
Troubleshooting .......................................................... 41
Introduction ........................................................................ 41
General Troubleshooting ................................................. 41
STATEMENT OF LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY .. 44
Bosch Clothes Dryer ........................................................ 44
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Important information
Purchase information
Please take a moment to record the following basic
information about the purchase of your new Bosch dryer.
This information will be helpful in the event you need to
contact Customer Service or would like to order
accessories or replacement parts for your dryer.
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The E-Nr. (model number) and the FD (serial) number
are found on the rating plate label.
The model number includes the slash and a two digit
number (eg: "/01"). Please be sure to include the final 2
digit number when filling in your model number. This
helps make sure any parts you may need are correctly
matched to your specific machine.
Date of Purchase:___/___/_____
Where Purchased:___________________________
E-Nr. :_______________/____ (ex: WTG865H2UC/01)
FD :__________-_________ (ex: 9709|90007, provides
production date)
The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes in
the product or manual without notification.
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Customer service
Your dryer does not require any special care other than
the maintenance and care mentioned in this manual. If
you have a problem with your dryer, please consult.
~ Troubleshooting; Page 41
This may save you money. If a technician comes out to
advise you of information that is in the Troubleshooting
table you may be charged.
If problems persist and service becomes necessary,
contact your dealer, installer or an authorized service
center. Do not attempt to repair the appliance yourself.
Any work performed by unauthorized personnel may void
the warranty.
If you are having a problem with your dryer and are not
pleased with the service you have received, please follow
these steps:
1. Contact your installer or the Authorized Service
Provider in your area and explain to them why you are
not satisfied. This will usually correct the problem.
2. If after working with your installer or service technician
the problem still has not been resolved to your
satisfaction, please let us know either by writing to us
at:
BSH Home Appliances Corporation
1901 Main Street, Suite 600
Irvine, CA 92614
or calling us at:
1-800-944-2904
When writing or calling please have the following
information available:
▯ E-Nr. (model number, example: WTG865H2UC/01)
▯ FD (serial number, example: 9709|90007)
▯ Date of Original Purchase (receipt required)
▯ Date Problem Occurred
▯ Explanation of Problem
If writing, please also include a daytime telephone
number and a copy of the sales invoice.
When calling Customer Service, please be ready to
provide the model number E-Nr. and FD number. This
information will help provide the best support for your
dryer.
Additional information is available at our website:
www.bosch-home.com/us
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Your dryer is intended for
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Only household use and in a non-commercial
environment.
Drying textiles washed in a residential style clothes
washer.
Children must not do any laundry without supervision.
Keep pets away from the dryer.
Recommended operating conditions:
Ambient temperature: 41-95°F / 5-35°C
Relative humidity: under 95%
Safety Definitions
Important safety information is contained in this manual
and on the warning labels located on your dryer.
Standard symbols and headings are used to identify
areas where you should take precautions to avoid injury
or damage. Please take a moment to become familiar
with each of these symbols and what they mean before
proceeding.
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WARNING
This indicates that death or serious injuries may
occur as a result of non-observance of this warning.
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CAUTION
This indicates that minor or moderate injuries may
occur as a result of non-observance of this warning.
NOTICE: This indicates that damage to the appliance or
property may occur as a result of non-observance of this
warning.
Tip: This symbol is used to draw the user's attention to
important matters.
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Installation by qualified installers.
▯ Installation in accordance with all regulatory
requirements; if in doubt have the appliance installed
by a specialist familiar with these requirements.
Read the use and installation instructions and all other
information included with the dryer and act accordingly.
Keep all documents for future use.
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I M P O R T A N T
S A F E T Y
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
I N S T R U C T I O N S R E A D
A N D
S A V E
T H E S E
I N S T R U C T I O N S
WARNING
When properly cared for, your new appliance has been
designed to be safe and reliable. Read all instructions
before using the appliance. These precautions will
reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire, and injury to
persons. When using laundry appliances, basic safety
precautions must be followed, including those in the
following pages.
Examine the appliance after unpacking it. In the event of
transport damage, do not plug it in.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK,
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH WHEN USING YOUR
DRYER, FOLLOW BASIC PRECAUTIONS INCLUDING
THE FOLLOWING
▯ Bosch dryers are provided with an Use and Care
Manual with Installation Instructions. Read and
understand all instructions before using the dryer.
▯ Do not dry articles that have been previously cleaned,
washed, soaked, or spotted with gasoline, dry cleaning
solvents, other flammable or explosive substances as
they give off vapors that could ignite or explode.
▯ Before the appliance is removed from service or
discarded, remove the door (to the drying
compartment) to prevent children from playing or
hiding inside. Also remove the power cord/plug.
▯ Do not allow anyone to climb, lean or hang on any part
of the dryer including any protruding components such
as the appliance door or a pullout shelf.
▯ Do not reach into the appliance if the drum is moving.
▯ Do not tamper with the controls.
▯ Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance or
attempt any service unless specifically recommended
in the user maintenance instructions or in Bosch
published user-repair instructions that you understand
and have the skills to carry out.
▯ Do not use fabric softeners or products to eliminate
static unless recommended by the manufacturer or the
fabric softener or product.
▯ Always unplug the dryer from the power supply before
attempting any service. Disconnect the power cord by
grasping the plug, not the cord.
▯ To reduce the risk of fire, clothes, cleaning rags, mop
heads and the like which have traces of any flammable
substance, such as vegetable oil, cooking oil,
petroleum based oils or distillates, waxes, fats, etc.,
must not be placed in the dryer. These items may
contain some flammable substance(s) even after
washing, which may smoke or catch fire by itself.
▯ 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.
▯ Do not use heat to dry articles containing foam rubber
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(may be labeled latex foam) or similarly textured
rubber-like materials or equivalent. Foam rubber
materials can ignite by spontaneous combustion.
Keep flammable materials and vapors, such as
gasoline, away from the dryer.
Clean lint filter before or after each load.
Do not install or store this appliance where it will be
exposed to the weather. Hoses and internal parts may
be damaged if exposed to freezing temperatures.
Do not use the dryer if it has a worn power cord or
loose plug.
The dryer must only be used for its intended purpose.
Always
follow
the
fabric
care
instructions
recommended by the clothing manufacturer.
Do not operate the dryer if parts are missing or broken.
Do not sit on top of the dryer.
To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, DO NOT
use an extension cord or an adapter to connect the
dryer to the electrical power supply.
Use the integrated socket only for listed appliances.
Always check pockets and remove any objects.
Cigarette lighters are particularly hazardous.
Do not operate the dryer if any guards and/or panels
have been removed.
Do not bypass any safety devices.
Do not operate this dryer until you are sure that:
▯ All services connected to the dryer (power, drain,
etc.) have been installed according to the
Installation Instructions.
▯ Installation and grounding are in compliance with all
local regulations and/or other applicable
regulations and requirements.
Failure to install, maintain and/or operate the dryer
according to the manufacturer’s instructions may result
in injury and/or damage.
To avoid floor damage and mold growth, do not let
spills or splashout cause standing water around or
under the appliance.
Certain internal parts are intentionally not grounded
and may present a risk of electric shock during
servicing. Service Personnel – DO NOT CONTACT the
following parts while the appliance is energized: top
cover, heating element.
See the Installation Instructions section in this manual
for grounding requirements.
~ Electrical Connections; Page 17
The IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS and WARNINGS
presented in this manual do not cover all possible
conditions that may occur. Common sense, caution
and care must be exercised when installing,
maintaining or operating the dryer.
Always contact your dealer, distributor, service agent or
the manufacturer about any problems or conditions
that you do not understand.
Follow the Safety Information in the INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS and the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
WARNINGS FOR CHILDREN
▯ Do not allow children to play on or in the appliance.
Close supervision of children is necessary when the
appliance is used near children.
▯ Make sure to utilize all child lock/safety features of your
appliance, and be sure to turn the appliance Off when
not in use.
▯ Appliances are not intended for use by children,
however when children become old enough to operate
the appliance, it is the responsibility of the parents or
legal guardians to ensure they are instructed in safe
practices by qualified persons.
▯ Keep all laundry aids (including detergents, bleach,
fabric softeners, etc.) out of the reach of children.
WARNING
STATE OF CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNINGS
This product can expose you to chemicals including vinyl
chloride, which is known to the State of California to
cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive
harm. For more information go to
www.p65warnings.ca.gov
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
Keep these instructions for future reference and in case
of change of ownership, manual should be conveyed
with the dryer.
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Introduction to your new dryer
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WARNING
RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury to
persons, read the IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS of this manual before installing or
operating this appliance.
~ IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS; Page 7
Standard features and helpful information
Thank you for choosing Bosch for your laundry
appliance needs.
Please read and follow the use and care, important
safety instructions and troubleshooting information
contained in this manual. Please retain this manual for
future reference.
~ Troubleshooting; Page 41
This dryer complies with UL 2158 Electric Clothes
Dryers.
Standard features
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Sensor controlled auto cycles.
17.6 lb (8 kg) large drum capacity (for regular cotton
loads).
Large door opening, 180° opening angle.
Quality tested
Each dryer which leaves our factory has undergone a
thorough performance test and is in full working
condition.
Website
Visit our website at www.bosch-home.com/us for more
information and to view a selection of our products.
About this manual
These operating and installation instructions apply to
more than one model of dryer. Illustrations used may
show details that differ from your particular model.
Read your user manual. It contains valuable information
about safety, installation and operation of your new
appliance.
This can save you time, make it easier to correctly install
and use your dryer, and improve your overall satisfaction
with your new appliance.
Special features
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A distinctive feature of your dryer is low energy
consumption.
Bosch dryers feature advanced operation philosophy,
customized drying programs and a solid touch and
feel making them a user-friendly household assistant.
Bosch load sensing feature controls power
consumption for each cycle based on the amount and
type of laundry. This automatic feature optimizes
energy efficiency.
Environmentally friendly use of your dryer
Your new Bosch dryer is designed to use energy in a
highly efficient way to help reduce operating costs,
conserve resources and protect the environment.
To save energy, money and time, Bosch recommends
the following:
▯ Spin the laundry thoroughly
Before drying, spin the laundry thoroughly in the
washing machine. Use the highest possible spin
speed for the type of laundry. Higher spin speeds
reduce the drying time and the energy consumption.
▯ Use optimum load
Utilize the maximum amount of laundry for the
appropriate cycle. However, do not exceed
recommended loads.
~ Program selection table; Page 35
▯ Clean filter
Clean the lint filter before or after each drying process.
~ Cleaning the lint filter; Page 38
▯ Air inlet on the dryer
Do not cover or allow any articles/items to restrict the
air inlet on the front of the dryer.
▯ Energy-saving mode
The display panel lighting goes out after a few minutes
and Start/Pause flashes. To activate the display, press
any button.
Energy-saving mode is not activated if a program is
running.
If Wi-Fi is activated the appliance will not automatically
switch off (automatic switch-off function is
deactivated).
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Dimensions and clearances required
Installation for best performance
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Appliance dimensions
CAUTION
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DO NOT INSTALL THE DRYER:
▯ outdoors,
▯ in an environment with dripping water,
▯ near flammable materials,
▯ in rooms which are at risk of freezing,
▯ in rooms which may contain gas or other fuels,
▯ on carpets.
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The dryer should be installed in an open area with no
restrictions to ambient air for the best drying results.
Space allowances to fully open the door should also be
considered.
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Do not operate the dryer at temperatures above 95°F
(35°C) or below 41°F (5°C). Low temperatures affect
the drying process and may prolong the drying times.
The installation surface (floor) must be level and
structurally sound. Using the bubble level and the heightadjustable feet installed on the appliance, level the
appliance side to side and front to back.
Label Dimension
U.S.
Metric
Inches cm
a
b
c
Width
Depth (to front of door)
Height (minimum)
Height (maximum)
Side clearance
(door open 180°)
23.6
25
33.2
34
16
60
63.5
84.3
86.4
40.6
Depth (door open 90°)
42.9
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d
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Length of power cord and drain hose
To Left*
U.S.
Inches
To Right*
Metric
cm
Power Cord
42
106.7
Drain Hose
76
193
* Facing the front of the dryer
10
U.S.
Inches
Metric
cm
60
55
152.4
139.7
Minimum clearances
Label Dimension
U.S.
Metric
Inches cm
Closet: Stacked
E & F are minimum area size!
E
Top Vent
63 sq. 404 sq.
F
Bottom Vent
63 sq. 404 sq.
Vent spacing is actual (not minimum dimensions)
G
37
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H
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K
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73.6
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Front of the appliance fully open.
No doors or coverings.
Minimum opening dimensions
A
B
C
28 in.
23.8 in.
35.5 in.
71.1 cm
60.5 cm
90.2 cm
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Label Dimension
U.S.
Metric
Inches cm
A
B
C
D
0.6
6.3
2.5
2.4
Both Sides
Top
Rear
Front
1.5
16
6.2
6
11
Under counter (Less Desirable)
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If front of the appliance is covered ventilation openings
must be installed.
E & F are minimum area sizes
E
63 sq.in.
404 sq. cm
F
63 sq.in.
404 sq. cm
G&H
actual spacing dimensions for min. open area sizes
G
3 in.
7.6 cm
H
14 in.
35.6 cm
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Installation Instructions
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Introduction
Read these installation instructions completely and
carefully before starting to install your new dryer. The
information contained can save you time and effort and
will help to ensure optimum performance of your new
dryer. Be sure to observe all warnings and cautions.
These installation instructions are intended for use by
qualified installers. In addition to these instructions, the
installation must comply with:
▯ for the United States - National Electrical Code, ANSI/
NFPA70 - and latest editions of the State and
Municipal and/or local regulations.
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for Canada - Canadian Electrical Code C22.1 - and the
latest editions of the Provincial, Municipal and/or local
regulations.
Before installing the dryer
Unpacking the appliance
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WARNING
RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY TO
PERSONS
▯ To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury
to persons, read the Important Safety Instructions
at the beginning of this manual before installing
or operating this appliance.
▯ To reduce the risk of severe injury or death, follow
all installation instruction.
▯ Clothes dryer installation must be performed by a
qualified installer, according to these instructions
and according to all local codes.
▯ In addition to the installation and safety
information in this manual, the local water and
electric authorities (services) may have special
requirements that must be followed.
▯ Install the clothes dryer according to the
manufacturer’s instructions and local codes.
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CAUTION
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Dryer is heavy. Do not lift it by yourself, use
additional help and care when lifting and
positioning.
If in doubt, have the appliance installed by an
authorized technician.
Take care to not damage the appliance. Do not
hold on to protruding parts (e.g. door) when
lifting. Do not push against the appliance door
glass due to risk of damage.
Do not install the appliance outdoors or in an
area exposed to freezing conditions.
If freezing conditions exist where appliance is
located all drain water must be removed from
hoses, sumps, pumps, etc.
Hidden surfaces may have sharp edges. During
service use caution when reaching inside the
dryer housing.
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CAUTION
Remove the appliance packaging carefully to
prevent damage to the surfaces.
After removing the packaging, immediately remove
any objects from the drum.
Check the dryer for transportation damage. Do not
connect the utilities (power or drain) to a dryer which is
visibly damaged. If in doubt, contact your dealer.
Waste disposal
Disposal of Packaging Materials
After unpacking your new appliance dispose of the
protective packaging materials in an environmentally
friendly way. Ask your dealer or inquire with your local
authority regarding currently acceptable means of
disposal.
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WARNING
WARNINGS FOR CHILDREN
Do not let children play with packaging and
associated parts to avoid risk of choking or
suffocation.
Disposal of Your Old Appliance
Your old appliance can be recycled if it is no longer to be
used. Prior to disposing of your old appliance observe
the following precautions to reduce safety risks.
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WARNING
TO AVOID RISK OF INJURY OR DEATH, DO THE
FOLLOWING
▯ after unplugging the old appliance, remove the
electric power cord and dispose of properly.
▯ remove the door or permanently disable the door
lock to prevent children from being locked inside.
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Parts provided with your dryer
Back side of the dryer
Dryer drum contents
A literature pack is shipped in the dryer drum. Be sure to
remove this item before using the dryer.
( power cord with plug
0 drain hose connected to the dryer
8 elbow to form the hose to fit the drain
@ literature pack contents:
User Manual and Product Registration
▯ (2) plastic ties for securing drain hose
▯ Plastic connector
▯ Summary of drain hose installation instructions
NOTICE: If any parts are missing please notify your
dealer immediately.
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Accessories for your appliance
Pedestal
The dryer can be mounted on a special pedestal for
easier loading and unloading.
Pedestal item number: WMZ20500
6. Connect the outlet end of the drain hose to a
standpipe or other drain inlet. Examples are shown
below.
CAUTION
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Stacking kits
The dryer can be stacked on a Bosch washer of the
same dimensions to save space.
Stacking kit without a shelf: WTZ20410
Stacking kit with a shelf: WTZ11400
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Drying rack
A drying rack placed inside the dryer for drying wool
items, shoes, etc. is available.
Drying rack item number: WMZ20600
Accessories can be purchased from customer service or
your local dealer.
~ Customer service; Page 5
Installation - step by step
1. Unpack the dryer.
2. Remove all objects from the dryer drum.
3. Check the dryer for visible damage.
4. Position the dryer near the installation location.
5. Disconnect the power cord and drain hose from their
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APPLIANCE DAMAGE COULD OCCUR IF DRAIN
WATER FLOWS BACK INTO THE APPLIANCE
In all drain conditions, scenarios, or connections
you must ensure:
The drain water from the hose is free flowing and
not obstructed allowing adequate water flow.
Drain opening is not sealed in any way and
ventilated enough not to cause a back siphon.
The end of the drain hose does not protrude into
the pumped out or standing water.
Be sure to follow all local codes and regulations
in draining the condensate water to a suitable
drain.
Examples of connections:
▯ Plumbing box or Standpipe connection:
For most plumbing box installations (with adjacent
washer) the plastic elbow supplied with the dryer will
not be used and must be removed from the dryer
drain hose.
1. Fasten the dryer drain hose to the washer drain/elbow
as shown in picture “A”. Secure with plastic ties
supplied.
clips on the back of the dryer.
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CAUTION
Do not disconnect the drain hose from the sump/
pump connection at the bottom of the dryer.
CAUTION
Do not over tighten plastic ties pinching or
causing a restriction in the drain hose.
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picture “B”.
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Only use the drain hose included with the dryer.
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Sink/Basin or Floor drain:
If using the elbow supplied on the hose re-position
elbow closer to the drain end of hose and fasten with
the plastic ties as shown in picture “C”.
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Sink Drain Pipe:
Attach and secure drain hose as shown below in
picture “F”.
Use a standard hose clamp which can be purchased
from your local hardware store.
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or floor “E”.
NOTICE: Examples shown are for reference only. Not all
fittings, connectors, nuts, brackets, ties, etc. are supplied
to accommodate every application.
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Minimum height of drain for installation shown above is
31.5 in. (80 cm). Maximum height of drain is 39 in. (100
cm).
NOTICES
Examples shown are for reference only. Not all fittings,
connectors, nuts, brackets, ties, etc. are supplied to
accommodate every application.
▯ Ensure there are no kinks or crimps along the entire
length of hose.
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Maximum height of drain is 39 in. (100 cm).
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If installed in an upper floor of a multi-story building,
the dryer should be installed on a drained floor to
prevent water damage to lower floors in the event of a
leak.
Electrical Connections
Power Cord
The attached power cord is a standard 4-wire dryer cord
and is UL approved and listed in the USA and Canada. It
meets the following requirements:
▯ 208-240 volt rated (minimum);
▯ 30 amps;
▯ Type SRDT or DRT (UL 2158).
NOTICE: If your specific installation requires a 3-wire
power cord follow the installation instructions for such in
the next section of this manual.
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ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
To reduce the risk of electrical shock:
▯ Only pull out the power cord by the plug end and
never by the cord, as this could damage it.
▯ Never touch or hold the plug end or power cord
with wet hands.
▯ Never unplug the plug end during operation.
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WARNING
▯
▯
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
▯ Do not pull on the power cord to unplug the
dryer.
▯ Protect the power cord from physical damage
such as being twisted, kinked, pinched, or walked
on for example.
▯ DO NOT use an extension cord or an adapter to
connect the dryer to the power supply.
▯ Make sure:
The power cord fits into the outlet/receptacle.
The home’s internal power supply circuit wire size is
sufficient and electrically grounded.
▯ The outlet/receptacle used to power the dryer
must be connected to an individual 30 amp
Branch Circuit.
▯ Do not cut, remove or bypass the grounding
prong on the power cord end.
▯ Do not modify the plug provided with the
appliance; if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
▯ The power cord must only be replaced by a
qualified technician or licensed electrician to help
avoid a fire/electric shock hazard.
Replacement power cords can be purchased
through our Customer Service department.
▯ Use only a UL listed 30 amp power cord.
▯ Do not reuse old power cord.
▯ Do not make a sharp bend or crimp wiring or
conductors at connections.
▯ Use only a 4-wire/conductor power cord when
the appliance is installed in a mobile home,
recreational vehicle, in a new branch-circuit
installation or where the local codes do not
permit grounding through the neutral.
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding
conductor may result in electric shock. Have the
appliance checked by a qualified technician or
licensed electrician if you are in doubt as to whether
the dryer has been properly grounded.
ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS AND CIRCUITS
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WARNING
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
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WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
This appliance must be electrically grounded. 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 is equipped with a cord that has 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.
If a ground fault circuit breaker is used, ensure it
has this symbol: z.
Only this symbol can assure compliance with all
current regulations.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
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Connecting a 3-wire power supply cord
WARNING
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ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
To reduce risk of fire, electric shock, serious injury,
or death follow the installation instructions below
carefully or have work done by an qualified
electrician.
4. Remove the 4-wire power cord (as supplied):
A. Remove the 3 Philips screws (2 labeled L and one
labeled N).
B. Remove the green grounding screw PE (T20 torx).
NOTICE: Be careful not to drop the screws into the
dryer.
The power cord must meet the following requirements:
▯ 208-240 volt rated (minimum);
▯ 30 amps;
▯ Type SRDT or DRT (UL 2158).
1. Unplug the current power cord being used from the
outlet/receptacle.
2. To disconnect and/or reconnect a new power cord
you must remove the top cover of the appliance as
shown below.
A. Remove the two T20 torx head screws.
B. Push the top cover toward the rear of the appliance
and lift up.
3. Open the connection box toward the rear of the
appliance by removing the T20 torx head screw
fastening the cover.
5. Loosen the strain relief clamp screw (Philips head) on
rear of the connection box.
6. Pull the old power cord out of the connection box.
7. Install the new power cord back through the strain
relief clamp.
NOTICE: Ensure the strain relief clamp has not been
moved and its clamping screw(s) are outside the rear
of the connection box.
8. Ensure the terminal ends are long enough and are
formed (bent) so that no part of them (wires or
terminal ends) come in contact with connection box
enclosure.
NOTICE: Use only open-end spade lugs.
9. Ensure the terminal ends are long enough and are
formed (bent) so they will align with the terminal block
fastening locations (screw holes).
10.Reinstall the 2 terminal block screws (Philips head) at
locations L as shown below.
11.If the ground wire shown below from N to PE is not
part of the 3-wire cord assembly you have it must be
obtained/purchased separately and it must be
installed.
12.Install the last terminal block screw (Philips) and 1
grounding screw (T20 torx) at locations N and PE.
13.Tighten the strain relief screw ensuring the power cord
cannot be pulled out of the connection box but not so
tight as cut the power cord insulation.
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14.Reinstall the connection box cover making sure all
wires are routed so they do not touch any part of the
enclosure and are secure.
15.Reinstall the appliance top cover as previously
described in “2” above.
5. Press down on each corner of the dryer top to make
sure the dryer does not “wobble“. There should be no
"give" or movement. All four dryer feet should press
equally against the floor. This is just as important as
the dryer being level to prevent vibration.
Integrated electrical receptacle
This appliance is equipped with a 208/240V 15A
receptacle for use ONLY with Bosch washer.
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CAUTION
Do not use this receptacle to power any other
device.
If any other electrical device is plugged into this
receptacle Bosch assumes no liability.
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CAUTION
Use integrated electrical receptacle only for 208/
240V Bosch washers.
Leveling the dryer
Importance of leveling the dryer
It is important that your dryer is level and that all four
dryer feet press with equal pressure against the floor.
This will help assure the quietest, most vibration-free use
of your dryer.
To adjust the dryer feet:
1. Install the dryer on a level and solid surface, preferably
in a corner of a room.
2. If the floor is uneven (or not level) adjust the dryer feet
as required to level the dryer. Do not place anything
under the dryer feet to help level the dryer.
3. Extend the dryer feet no more than is necessary. The
more the feet are extended, the more vibration the
dryer will experience. Start with the dryer feet turned all
the way in and adjust each foot as necessary.
4. Use a bubble level to check the top of the dryer to
make sure it is level side to side and front to rear.
Check heating system
1. Check that the drum is empty.
2. Close the dryer door.
3. Switch the dryer to the Cotton program and select
Extra Dry dryness level.
4. Press the Start/Pause button.
5. After 2-3 minutes press the Start/Pause button and
open the door.
▯ If the interior of the dryer feels warm, the dryer has
been connected properly. Press the center of the
Program Selector to switch off the appliance.
▯ If the dryer does not work, press the center of the
Program Selector to switch off the appliance. Look
in the Troubleshooting section of this user manual
for hints in solving the problem.
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Preparing to transport the dryer - step by
step
4. Remove screws from the hinge insert and then remove
it from the door.
1. Press the center of the Program Selector to switch off
the appliance.
2. Pull out power supply plug.
3. Place any accessories in the drum.
4. Close the door and secure with adhesive tape.
5. Screw the height-adjustable feet of the dryer into the
housing to prevent them from being damaged during
transportation.
Reversing the door - step by step
Tip: To reverse your dryer door side:
▯ Use only T20 (Torx) type screw driver to remove and
reinstall door screws.
▯ Do not use any other tools to reverse the door (hinge
or latch).
1. Press the center of the Program Selector to switch off
the appliance, pull out power supply plug and open
the door fully.
5. Remove screws from the hook insert and then remove
it from the door.
6. Follow the instructions at images below to unlock the
door ring.
2. Remove the screws from the door and pull out the
door from the dryer.
7. Separate the door and ring then reverse the ring and
fit the door and ring back together.
3. Put the door on a flat, smooth, but secured surface,
e.g. on a towel or dishcloth lying down on the floor or
table.
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8. Follow the instructions at images below to lock the
door ring.
11.Remove the door lock from the dryer.
12.Install the door lock (1) and then door lock cover (2)
9. Prepare the hinge insert and the hook insert to install
at the opposite side of the door seal.
and then screw them following the instructions below.
13.Screw the door to the dryer.
10.Remove screws from the door lock cover and then
remove it from the dryer.
14.You can now plug in the power supply plug and close
the door to start operating the dryer.
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Getting to know your appliance
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Select Remote Start.
Remote start and Home Connect settings
Select Start/Pause.
▯ starts or pauses the selected cycle;
▯ indicator lamp on (steady) - cycle running, can be paused (if Child lock is
not activated);
▯ indicator lamp blinking - option settings can be changed; Ready state (door
closed, cycle can be started), cycle is paused (press to restart).
Select Finish in.
End of program (“Finish in” time) after...h (hours)
Press Finish in M and N at once for approximately 3 seconds to activate or
deactivate Child lock.
Select Level Adjust.
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Select Dryness Level.
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Other indicators
Indicator
Description
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Lit: Child lock activated
Flashing: A change to the programs or options is not allowed because Child lock is activated. Flashing
will stop after a few seconds.
Clean lint filter or heat exchanger
DR
Check drain indicator
OFF: Wi-Fi is off.
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Flashing: The appliance is trying to connect to your home network or broadcasting “Home Connect”
hot-spot.
Lit: Wi-Fi is on and the appliance is connected to your home network.
Drying cycle status sequence:
Drying process started. Textiles are very damp.
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Expected program duration in hours and minutes
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Pause
Shown when Start/Pause button is pressed on control panel, Pause is activated from App, or door is
opened during the drying cycle. If you remove heated items from the dryer it is recommended to spread
them out allowing the heat to dissipate.
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Drying process completing. Textiles nearly dry.
Wrinkle Block phase activated
NOTICE: If the door remains closed the drum may begin rotating 30 seconds after pausing to cool down
the load and •©£ will be displayed. This process can take up to 10 minutes and the program should
not be changed during this time.
Press the Start/Pause button on control panel or Continue in the App at any time to start the drying
process again.
Program end
Cool Down
Indicates dryer is operating to reduce the temperature of the load. This process can take up to 10 minutes. May appear if:
▯ program is paused via the control panel or remote app, or
▯ program is stopped or dryer is switched off via the remote app.
Operating Instructions
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WARNING
RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to
persons, read the IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS and Operating Instructions before
operating this appliance.
Your new dryer
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Close the maintenance flap
Heat exchanger
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WARNING
BEFORE INSTALLING OR USING YOUR DRYER
Read and follow all installation and operating
instructions.
Check the machine. Never connect the utilities (power or
water) to or start a damaged machine! Contact customer
service!
~ Customer service; Page 5
Check to be sure the dryer drain hose is installed
properly.
Turning the dryer on and off
Pressing the center of the Program Selector turns the
appliance on and off. After switching on, turn the outer
dial to choose a program. Switch off after the program
has finished.
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Before using the dryer for the first time
1. Read these operating instructions carefully.
2. Check that the supply voltage corresponds with the
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
voltage specifications on the rating plate on the dryer,
see top rear side of the dryer and/or rating plate label
inside of the dryer door.
~ Electrical Connections; Page 17
Remove all objects from the drum.
Check the dryer for visible damage. If damage found
contact your dealer.
Wipe the inside of the drum with a damp cloth.
Check heating system.
~ Check heating system; Page 19
If the dryer does not work, press the center of the
Program Selector to switch off the dryer. Look in the
Troubleshooting section of the operating instructions
for support.
~ Troubleshooting; Page 41
Temporary disconnection of the dryer
Operate your dryer only when you are at home. If you
intend going on vacation or are not using your dryer for
an extended period of time, you should:
1. Turn off the circuit breaker.
2. Pull out the power supply plug if possible.
3. Clean the lint filter.
Using the program selector to choose a
drying program
NOTICE: If the Child lock is activated, you must
deactivate it before you can select a program.
~ Child lock; Page 37
Use the program selector to select the desired drying
program. The dial turns in both directions and when a
cycle is selected its time duration appears in the display.
Program selection
For optimum drying results your dryer offers several
different types of programs to choose from.
Select the required drying program from the program
table according to the examples.
~ Program selection table; Page 35
Automatic programs
There are automatic programs for different types of
textiles (e.g. Cotton, Permanent Press).
The program sequence of automatic programs is
controlled by sensors. The duration of the program
depends on the measured degree of moisture in the
laundry and on the selected degree of dryness (e.g.
Extra Dry).
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The programs Anti Shrink, Hand Wash/Wool, Bulky/
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Time programs
Time programs run at specific temperatures and are
suitable for delicate items, individual or a few small items
and subsequent drying.
Selecting optional program settings
By selecting optional program settings, you can adjust
the drying process to better suit the items you are drying.
The optional program settings can be selected and
deselected depending if the setting is allowed (not all
settings are allowed for all programs) and the cycle’s
progress.
The indicator lamps of the buttons light up if the setting is
active.
For Time Dry 5, Finish in, Wrinkle Block and Low Heat
the settings are not retained after the appliance is
switched off.
For Dryness Level the setting is retained for each
program separately after the appliance is switched off
(for fabric care this setting is not retained for the Cotton
program).
For Level Adjust the setting is retained for each program
separately after the appliance is switched off.
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Loading the laundry
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Load the laundry
WARNING
RISK OF EXPLOSION
Do not dry laundry that has ever been in contact
with solvents, oil, wax, grease or paint (e.g. hair
styling products, nail varnish remover, stain
remover, cleaning solvent, etc.).
1. Check lint filter.
Place laundry in the empty drum. Put each piece of
laundry into machine separately.
For best results the laundry to be dried must be sorted
according to type of laundry and desired degree of
drying.
~ Program selection table; Page 35
~ Sorting the laundry; Page 34
~ Level Adjust; Page 36
Starting the program
The filter should be cleaned after or before every
drying process. Cleaning the filter reduces the drying
time and saves energy.
~ Cleaning the lint filter; Page 38
2. Load the laundry into the drum and close the door.
1. Switch on the appliance. Rotate program selector to
the desired program. Select the program which
corresponds to the laundry in the dryer from Program
selection table.
~ Program selection table; Page 35
Tip: If the door has not been closed properly, the dryer
will not start.
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The Start/Pause indicator light starts flashing.
2. Press the Start/Pause button. Indicator lamp lights up
Tips
After loading, close the door carefully so as not to trap
any items between the door and the rubber seal. The
door should be closed until a click is heard.
Foreign objects left in the drum may damage laundry.
Before inserting any laundry, check to make sure no
foreign objects are in the drum.
Recommended Load Size
Recommended maximum load size can be found in the
program selection table in this manual.
~ Program selection table; Page 35
and the cycle starts.
During the cycle, the display area indicates the
estimated remaining time and, after starting the drying
cycle, the cycle duration and the symbols for the cycle
progress stay lit.
NOTICES
▯ If you want to protect the cycle against inadvertent
adjustment select the Child lock. ~ Child
lock; Page 37
▯ If é indicator lights up, clean the lint filter and/or
heat exchanger. ~ Cleaning the lint filter; Page 38,
~ Cleaning the heat exchanger; Page 39
▯ If DR indicator lights up, check the drain hose and
its connection. ~ Maintenance of drain
hose; Page 40
3. If required, select Low Heat by pressing the button.
~ Low Heat; Page 36
4. If required, select Wrinkle Block by pressing the
button. ~ Wrinkle Block; Page 36
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Indicator of program sequence
Bosch dryers use an advanced control system which
continually monitors the laundry’s remaining moisture.
The current state of the process and status of the
program is shown by indicator lights and 7-digit display.
Removing laundry/switching the
appliance off
1. Open the door and remove the laundry.
2. Press the center of the Program Selector. Appliance is
switched off and dryer light goes out.
3. Clean lint filter.
~ Cleaning the lint filter; Page 38
4. Close the door.
Tip: If the display panel switches off and the Start/Pause
button indicator is blinking at the end of a program, the
Energy-saving mode is active. To activate the display,
press any button.
~ Environmentally friendly use of your dryer; Page 9
Selecting a different program
If you have inadvertently started the wrong program, you
can change this as follows:
1. Press Start/Pause.
NOTICE: The drum will continue to rotate when the
Cool Down process is in progress, even if the program
is paused. The Cool Down process can be stopped at
any time by opening the door.
2. Select another program and/or a different optional
program setting.
NOTICE: Do not change the program during the Cool
Down process.
3. Press Start/Pause. The new drying cycle starts from
the beginning.
Cancel program
If required, you can cancel the selected program:
1. Press Start/Pause.
2. Press the center of the Program Selector to switch off
the appliance.
Program end
- ‹ - appears in the display area and the Start/Pause
button indicator lamp is off.
After the program end, press the center of Program
Selector to switch off the appliance.
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Home Connect
This appliance is Wi-Fi enabled and can be controlled
remotely via a smartphone or tablet PC.
With the Home Connect app, you can use your
smartphone or tablet PC to do the following on this
appliance:
▯ Select and start programs.
▯ Change program settings.
▯ Query program status.
▯ Change appliance settings.
▯ Switch off appliance.
Before you can use the Home Connect functions, you will
need to install the Home Connect app on your
smartphone or tablet PC, register, connect your
appliance once automatically or manually to your home
network, and then connect your mobile device to your
appliance via the Home Connect app.
You can find information about the app on our
Home Connect website www.home-connect.com.
The availability of the Home Connect function depends
on the availability of Home Connect services in your
country. Home Connect services are not available in
every country.You can find more information here
www.home-connect.com.
Notes
▯ Observe and comply with all safety instructions in
manuals and apps when operating appliances via the
app while you are away from them. You must also
follow the instructions in the Home Connect app.
▯ You cannot use the Home Connect app to change
programs or options while the appliance is operating.
However, you can see any changes made at the
appliance via the app display.
3. Press Start/Pause to connect to the network. | will
flash on the display.
The appliance will now try to connect to your home
network.
4. Activate the WPS function on your home network
router within the next 2 minutes.
If the appliance has connected to your home network
successfully, ™©Ÿ (connected) will appear on the display
and | will be lit continuously.
5. Press Remote Start briefly to exit the Home Connect
settings.
Note: If you are not able to establish a connection,
check whether your appliance is within range of your
home network. Try connecting automatically again or
connect your appliance manually.
Connecting to your home network
manually
If your appliance has already been automatically
connected to your home network, you can skip the
manual connection step.
If your router does not have a WPS function, you will
need to connect the appliance to your home network
manually.
1. Switch the appliance on.
2. Press and hold Remote Start for at least 3 seconds.
‘ž£ (connect automatically) will appear on the
display.
Connecting to your home network
automatically
If your router has a WPS function, you can connect the
appliance to your home network automatically.
If your router does not have a WPS function, you will
need to connect the appliance to your home network
manually.
1. Switch the appliance on.
2. Press and hold Remote Start for at least 3 seconds.
‘ž£ (connect automatically) will appear on the
display.
3. Turn the program selector to position 2.
†‘˜ (connect manually) will appear on the display.
4. Press Start/Pause to connect to the network. | will
flash on the display.
The appliance will now set up its own WiFi network with
the name (SSID) Home Connect. You can access it on
your smartphone or tablet PC.
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5. Call up the Wi-Fi setting on the mobile device.
6. Connect your smartphone or tablet PC to the Home
Connect WiFi network and enter the password (key)
“HomeConnect”.
Note: The connection process may take up to
60 seconds.
7. Once you have connected successfully, open the
Home Connect app on the mobile device.
8. In the Home Connect app, enter the name (SSID) and
password (key) for your home network and then
select Transfer to appliance.
If the appliance has connected to your home network
successfully, ™©Ÿ (connected) will appear on the display
and | will be lit continuously.
9. Press Remote Start briefly to exit the Home Connect
settings.
Notes
▯ If a connection could not be established, “§§ (fault)
will appear on the display. Check whether your
appliance is in range of your home network. Try
connecting manually again.
▯
If your smartphone or tablet PC is still connected to
the Home Connect network, you will need to connect
it to your home network first.
Connecting to the Home Connect app
If your appliance is connected to your home network, you
can connect it to the Home Connect app.
1. Switch the appliance on.
2. Press and hold Remote Start for at least 3 seconds.
‘ž£ (connect automatically) will appear on the
display.
5. Open the Home Connect app on your smartphone or
tablet PC and select Connect to add your new
appliance.
Note: If your smartphone or tablet PC is still
connected to the Home Connect network, you will
need to connect it to your home network first.
6. If your appliance is not shown automatically, select
Appliance search and then Connect an appliance in
the Home Connect app.
7. Carry out the last steps in the Home Connect app to
connect your appliance.
If the appliance has connected to your home network
successfully, ™©Ÿ (connected) will appear on the
display.
8. Press Remote Start briefly to exit the Home Connect
settings.
Note: If a connection could not be established, “§§
(fault) will appear on the display. Check whether your
smartphone or tablet PC is in range of your home
network and whether it is connected to it. Try connecting
to the Home Connect app again.
Activating/deactivating Wi-Fi
You can switch the Home Connect function on your
appliance on or off permanently at any time.
1. Switch the appliance on.
2. Press and hold Remote Start for at least 3 seconds.
‘ž£ (connect automatically) will appear on the
display.
3. Turn the program selector to position 4.
’©Ÿ (WiFi function) will appear on the display.
3. Turn the program selector to position 3.
‘˜˜ (connect to app) will appear on the display.
4. Press Start/Pause .
4. Press Start/Pause .
The appliance will now connect to your
Home Connect app.
If ©Ÿ (switched on) appears on the display, the WiFi
function on the appliance has been activated. If
©”” (switched off) appears on the display, the WiFi
function is not active.
5. Press Remote Start briefly to exit the Home Connect
settings.
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Notes
▯
▯
▯
▯
If you connect to your home network, Wi-Fi is activated
automatically.
If Wi-Fi is activated, the appliance will not switch itself
off automatically.
If Wi-Fi is switched off on the appliance, it is not
possible to use the Home Connect app to start or
control the appliance remotely.
If Wi-Fi is switched off and your appliance was
previously connected to your home network, this
connection will be re-established automatically when
Wi-Fi is switched back on.
Resetting your network settings
You can clear the network settings and break the
connection to your smartphone or tablet PC by resetting
the network settings.
1. Switch the appliance on.
2. Press and hold Remote Start for at least 3 seconds.
‘ž£ (connect automatically) will appear on the
display.
3. Turn the program selector to position 5.
§“à (reset network settings) will appear on the
6. Press Remote Start briefly to exit the Home Connect
settings.
Notes
▯ If the network settings could not be reset, “§§ (fault)
will appear on the display.
▯ If you want to operate the appliance via the
Home Connect app again, you will need to reconnect
it to your home network and to the Home Connect app
either automatically or manually.
Updating the software
You can update the Home Connect software on your
appliance. As soon as a new update is available, —˜š
(update) will appear on the display.
You can install the update directly via the message on
the display or, alternatively, you can do this manually.
1. Switch the appliance on.
2. Press and hold Remote Start for at least 3 seconds.
‘ž£ (connect automatically) will appear on the
display.
3. Turn the program selector to position 6.
—˜š (update) will appear on the display.
display.
4. Press Start/Pause .
¢“à (yes) will appear on the display.
5. Press Start/Pause to confirm.
“Ÿš (end) will appear on the display. The network
settings have now been reset. Your appliance is no
longer connected to your home network or the
Home Connect app.
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Start/Pause will flash if a software update is available.
4. Press Start/Pause .
¢“à (yes) will appear on the display.
5. Press Start/Pause to confirm.
Update installation will now start. This process may take
several minutes. Do not switch the appliance off while
updates are being installed.
6. Press Remote Start briefly to exit the Home Connect
settings.
Information on data protection
When your appliance is connected to a WLAN network
that is connected to the Internet for the first time, your
appliance transmits the following categories of data to
the Home Connect server (initial registration):
▯ Unique appliance identification (consisting of
appliance codes as well as the MAC address of the
installed WiFi communication module).
Security certificate of the WiFi communication module
(to ensure a secure data connection).
▯ The current software and hardware version of your
domestic appliance.
▯ Status of any previous resetting to factory settings.
This initial registration prepares the Home Connect
functions for use and is only required when you want to
use these Home Connect functions for the first time.
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INDUSTRY CANADA STATEMENT
This device complies with Industry Canada licenceexempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
▯ This device may not cause interference and
▯ this device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.
WiFi is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance.
Note: Home Connect functions can be used only in
conjunction with the Home Connect app. Information on
data protection can be accessed in the Home Connect
app.
Declaration of Conformity
BSH Home Appliances Group hereby declares that the
appliance which features Home Connect functionality is
in accordance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of the following Directives.
Wi-Fi® Module FCC/IC Statements
Model: COM1
FCC ID: 2AHES-COMGEN1
IC: 21152-COMGEN1
The Home Connect module is a communication device
designed to provide communication between appliances
and smart devices.
This module is integrated at the factory, under direct
control of B/S/H Home Appliances Corporation, and is
not user serviceable or upgradable. At least 20cm
separation distance should be maintained from device to
user.
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
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CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly approved
could void your authority to use this equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation to the following two conditions:
▯ This device may not cause harmful interference and
▯ this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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Laundry
Preparing the laundry
NOTICE: Damage to the appliance/fabrics.
Foreign objects (e.g. coins, paper-clips, needles, nails)
may damage the laundry or components in the dryer.
Therefore, note the following tips when preparing your
laundry:
▯ Empty all pockets to ensure no loose debris (coins,
keys, other hard objects and cigarette lighters) are
placed in the dryer drum.
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Close any fasteners (such as zippers, hooks and
eyelets) that could cause laundry to catch or become
entangled. Button up covers. Tie cloth belts, apron
strings, etc. together or use a laundry bag.
Remove any foreign objects or non-washable parts.
The drum must be empty prior to loading textiles.
Drying tips
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Sorting the laundry
Check the care labels on each laundry item prior to
drying. They provide valuable information as well as
limitations about laundry process (temperature etc.) to
help you choose an appropriate cycle.
Do not dry the following textiles in the dryer:
▯ air-tight textiles (e.g. rubberized),
▯ delicate fabrics (silk, synthetic curtains).
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To ensure a uniform drying result, sort the laundry
according to fabric type and drying program.
Always dry very small items (such as socks and
handkerchiefs) and underwired bras together with
large items of laundry or in a laundry bag.
Do not over-dry easy-care laundry - risk of wrinkling!
Allow laundry to finish drying in the air.
Do not iron laundry immediately after drying. Place the
laundry in a pile for a short while. Residual moisture
will then be distributed uniformly.
Knitted fabrics (e.g. T-shirts, jerseys) often shrink when
tumble-dried for the first time. Do not use program with
selected Extra Dry dryness level.
Only dry wool fabrics with the use of drying rack. To
refresh or fluff up wool articles use the Hand Wash/
Wool program and remove load from dryer and layout
on flat surface to finish drying.
For pre-dried, multi-layered fabrics or small, individual
items of laundry, use the Time program.
Also suitable for subsequent drying.
~ Program selection; Page 27
~ Program selection table; Page 35
Some detergents and textile care products, starch or
softeners may contain chemicals that may become
deposited on the moisture sensors negatively affecting
their function and the drying results.
▯ When washing laundry to be tumble-dried, use the
correct amount of detergent and textile care
products as specified in the manufacturer's
instructions.
▯ Clean the moisture sensor regularly ~ Cleaning
the moisture sensors; Page 40.
Program selection table
Programs
Max. load Type of laundry
up to:
Normal cotton and linen type load (bed linen, cotton clothes, terry bathrobes etc.)
Terrycloth type laundry e.g. towels and bathrobes
Cotton or linen fabrics and easy-care textiles which are still damp
creases in textiles are reduced
textiles are not completely dried - hang up textiles!
Sanitize
1/2 load Cotton fabrics for drying in higher temperatures to keep them more hygienic
Hand Wash/Wool
1/3 load Wool fabrics suitable for washing
used to refresh or fluff up wool articles but not dry completely
remove fabrics after program end, lay on flat surface and allow to dry
Bulky/Large Items
full load
Garments with down feather fillings, pillows and blankets but not quilts
only dry one article at a time
Quick Dry Auto
1/4 load Laundry made of synthetic fibers, cotton or blended fabrics (for example) that
needs to be dried quickly
Values may differ from those specified depending on the type of fabric, mixture of
laundry to be dried and residual moisture in the fabric
1/3 load All type of fabrics
5 Air Fluff
for freshing up or airing of items of laundry that have been worn for a short period
of time
1/3 load Pre-dried, multi-layered, sensitive fabrics made of acrylic fibers
5 Time Dry
or separate small items of laundry
also for subsequent drying
Quick 40
1/3 load Multi-layered, sensitive fabrics made of acrylic fibers
or separate small items of laundry
also for subsequent drying
SuperQuick 15
< 1/4 load For optimal drying a maximum of 5 business shirts
after drying, iron or hang up
the remaining moisture will be evenly distributed
Delicates
1/4 load Lingerie made of synthetic fibers, cotton or blended fabric
Jeans
1/2 load Fabrics made from jeans/denim
Permanent Press
1/2 load Trousers, dresses, skirts, shirts, blouses, leggings, sports clothing with syntheticrich fibers, bed linen and table linen, track suits, paraks, blankets, lingerie
Tip: For best results it is recommended to load the amount of textiles into the drum according to the fabric type and
amount shown in the above table.
Cotton
Towels
Anti Shrink
full load
1/2 load
1/3 load
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Optional program settings
Low Heat
Finish in
Reduced temperature for delicate fabrics, e.g.
polyacrylic, polyamide or elastane, with longer drying
time.
Observe the care information or symbols on the textile’s
label.
The program end (Finish in) time can be set in one hour
increments to a maximum of 24 h (hours).
After selecting the desired drying program (at the dial)
but before pressing the Start/Pause button, press the
Finish in N or M button until the desired time is
displayed, e.g. 8 h. Press the Start/Pause button to start
the dryer.
Time Dry 5
Available only for Time programs: 5 Air Fluff and
5 Time Dry,
~ Program selection table; Page 35
can be selected from minimum 20 minutes to maximum
3:30 hours, in 10-minute steps.
Remote Start
Briefly pressing the Remote Start button activates or
deactivates the Remote start function. Activating the
Remote start function enables the appliance to be started
remotely via the Home Connect app.
NOTICES
▯ Remote start can only be activated if the appliance
door is closed and the appliance is connected to your
home network.
▯ Remote start will be deactivated in the following
circumstances:
▯ The door is opened.
▯ There is a power failure.
▯ The Remote Start button was briefly pressed again
deactivating it.
▯ The center of the Program Selector was pressed
switching off the appliance.
▯ Once the program has ended.
▯ A program was not started within a 24 hour period
after activating the Remote start function.
▯ Any button was pressed or the program selector
was turned on the control panel.
Pressing and holding the Remote Start button for at least
3 seconds enters Home Connect settings.
NOTICE: The cycle duration is included in the set Finish
in time.
Here is an example of 1hr:30min cycle time and an 8 h
Finish in time. 8 h is displayed (until Energy-saving mode
activates) and counts down (approximately 6hr:30min)
until the drying cycle begins (at 1hr:30min) then the cycle
duration 1:30 is displayed and drying begins. Total time
approximately 8 hours.
Dryness Level
Select the dryness level that you require for the laundry
you need to dry.
Extra Dry:
Heavy, multi-layered or thick laundry that does not dry
easily.
Dry:
Normal weight textiles.
Damp:
Normal weight textiles that need to be slightly damp.
Suitable for ironing or hanging up.
Level Adjust
This option adjusts the drying time in small steps for
certain programs.
Default setting = OFF (no LED Symbol shown)
Selectable values: OFF, +1, +2, +3
The Level Adjust is retained until changed.
NOTICE: The higher the number value the increased
time of drying.
End Signal
Use the End Signal button to activate or deactivate the
audible signal that sounds to indicate that the program
has ended. If the setting has been selected, the button's
indicator light will be lit and the signal tone is activated.
Wrinkle Block
If the Wrinkle Block option is activated it prevents the
laundry from creasing or wrinkling. The drum rotates at
specific intervals after the drying process allowing the
load to remain loose and fluffy until removed.
If the Wrinkle Block button is activated, this function is
set to 60 or 120 minutes.
The laundry should be removed before this time has
elapsed.
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Appliance settings
Child lock
You can secure the appliance against inadvertent
changing of the set functions. To do this, activate the
Child lock after cycle start.
To Activate/Deactivate, press Finish in M and N for
approximately 3 seconds. In the display field, you will see
the D symbol light indicating the Child lock is active.
NOTICE: The Child lock will remain activated after the
end of the cycle and the door will remain locked. Even
switching the appliance off and on will keep the door
locked and will not deactivate the Child lock. You must
deactivate Child lock and, if necessary, activate it again.
Switching the automatic switch-off function on/off
If the appliance is not used for an extended period, it
may automatically switch itself off until a program starts
or when a program has ended in order to save energy. It
can be switched back on again at any time by pressing
the power button #.
You can switch the appliance's automatic switch-off
function on or off as follows:
1. Turn the program selector to position 4 (@).
2. Use the Finish in N or M button to switch the
appliance's automatic switch-off function on (‹Ÿ) or off
(‹””).
NOTICE: The automatic switch-off function cannot be
activated if Wi-Fi is activated.
Activating setting mode
In order to change the default appliance settings
described below, you will first need to enter or activate
setting mode.
#
Exiting setting mode
Once you have applied all the settings, press the power
button # to switch off the appliance.
The settings you have selected will be saved and will
take effect the next time the appliance is switched on.
To enter or activate the setting mode:
1. Switch on the appliance. The indicator lamp of the
program on position 1 (() lights up.
2. Press and hold Dryness Level button and, at the
same time, turn the program selector to position 2
(0).
3. Release Dryness Level button.
The setting mode is now activated.
Changing the audible signal volume
You can adjust the volume of audible notification signals
(that indicate that a program has ended, for example)
and audible button signals by turning the program
selector to the following positions:
▯ 2 (0): Audible notification signal volume
selectable values: ‚ = quiet, ƒ = medium, „ = loud, …
= very loud
▯ 3 (8): Audible button signal volume
selectable values: ‹ = off, ‚ = quiet, ƒ = medium, „ =
loud, … = very loud
1. Turn the program selector to the required position.
2. Use the Finish in N or M button to set the volume
you require.
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Cleaning and maintenance
USER-MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Your appliance is designed to give you years of service.
Observe the following instructions to maintain your
appliance and keep it in top operating condition.
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Cleaning the lint filter
A dirty filter extends the drying time and increases
energy consumption.
WARNING
The filter should be cleaned before or after each drying
process.
RISK OF EXPLOSION
Never use solvents or highly flammable liquids for
cleaning.
If é indicator lights up during a drying program, clean
the filter immediately.
CAUTION
To clean the lint filter:
Improper cleaning may damage the dryer or cause
injury.
Do not spray with a hose or pressure washer.
Do not use scouring agents or all-purpose cleaners.
Do not use steam cleaners.
Do not use bleach-based wipes.
1. Press the center of the Program Selector to switch off
Cleaning the housing and control panel
Tip: The program interrupts automatically.
the appliance.
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CAUTION
The inside of the door heats up during the drying
process. The drum, the door and the laundry may
be hot.
2. Open the door.
Wipe the housing and fascia with a soft cloth and soapy
water only.
Wipe the drum, door seal and inside of the door with a
damp cloth only.
NOTICE: Do not clean with a water jet.
Remove detergent and cleaning agent residue
immediately.
During drying, water may occasionally accumulate
between the window and the seal. This does not affect
the proper operation of your dryer.
Cleaning the lint filter area
3. Pull out filter.
Over time, lint from the drying process collects in the lint
filter area.
This lint can be easily removed using a vacuum cleaner.
Remove the fluff from the fluff filter recess. Ensure that
no fluff falls into the open shaft.
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4. Open the filter.
Cleaning the heat exchanger
The heat exchanger requires periodic cleaning
(recommended once per month under normal drying
conditions). The frequency of cleaning depends on the
amount and type loads being dried.
To clean the heat exchanger:
1. If the dryer is hot, run on 5 Air Fluff program to allow
5. Remove fluff (run hand over filter).
NOTICE: Severely dirty or clogged lint filter should be
rinsed under warm running water.
The filter must be dried thoroughly before being
placed back into dryer.
6. Close the filter and re-insert it.
the dryer to cool down.
2. Residual water may escape, place an absorbent cloth
under the maintenance flap.
3. Unlock the maintenance flap and open it completely.
4. Turn both locking levers towards each other.
5. Pull out the heat exchanger cap.
6. Remove the heat exchanger.
7. Close the door.
NOTICE: Do not damage the heat exchanger! Clean
with warm water only. Do not use hard or sharp edged
objects!
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7. Rinse the heat exchanger and the cap on all sides with
a jet of water to completely remove all of the lint and
fluff.
Cleaning the moisture sensors
The dryer is equipped with a stainless-steel moisture
sensor. The moisture sensor measures how damp the
laundry is.
After long periods of usage the moisture sensor may
become covered by a fine layer of limescale or residues
of detergents and textile care products. Such residues
must be removed regularly as the sensor function and in
consequence the drying result may be impaired.
To clean the moisture sensors:
1. Open the door.
8. Remove all lint and fluff from the seals on the dryer
and heat exchanger.
9. Allow the cap and the heat exchanger to dry fully.
10. First insert the heat exchanger, then the cap.
11. Turn back both locking levers.
2. The deposit on the sensors can easily be removed by
wiping the sensors (the two bars next to the lint filter)
with a cloth and a little white vinegar.
12. Close the maintenance flap until it locks into position.
NOTICE: Use white vinegar only!
Clean the moisture sensors once a month.
Maintenance of drain hose
13. Look in the Troubleshooting table to reset the
maintenance indication.
~ Troubleshooting; Page 41
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If DR indicator lights up check the drain hose for kinks,
restrictions or blockage.
NOTICE: If DR indicator still lights up after the
maintenance, you should contact customer service or
your local dealer.
Troubleshooting
Introduction
NOTICE: Before doing maintenance work or trying to fix
a problem, press the center of the program selector to
switch off the appliance.
If the power supply is interrupted during operation, the
program will not continue when power is restored. When
power is restored, confirm program and selected options
are as desired and the press the Start/Pause button.
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WARNING
RISK OF INJURY TO SKIN
The door, the drum and the laundry may be hot.
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WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! EXPLOSION HAZARD
Repairs or replacement of parts should be carried
out by authorized technicians only.
Before calling customer service, check whether you can
rectify the fault yourself by means of the following table.
If a fault cannot be rectified or a repair is required:
1. Press the center of the Program Selector to switch off
the appliance.
2. Disconnect the dryer from the power outlet.
3. Call customer service.
~ Customer service; Page 5
General Troubleshooting
Often when you encounter a problem it will be something
minor. Before you call customer service, consider the
suggestions and instructions below:
NOTICE: The troubleshooting items listed below can
help you resolve minor issues with your dryer quickly and
without the necessity of a service call.
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Determing the Problem
Problem
Possible cause(s)
Solution(s)
Dryer does not start.
Start/Pause indicator
light does not illuminate.
Power cord end not inserted at all
or not inserted correctly.
A fuse is blown or breaker is
tripped.
Start/Pause button not pressed.
Door not closed properly.
Insert power cord end correctly.
The display panel and
indicator lights switch
off, Start/Pause indicator flashes.
The display panel and
Start/Pause indicator
switch off.
é indicator lights up.
Energy-saving mode is activated.
Press the center of the Program Selector to switch on
the appliance.
Lint filter dirty.
Clean lint filter.
~ Cleaning the lint filter; Page 38
Press the Start/Pause button to reset the displayed
indication and then press Start/Pause button again to
reset the appliance if necessary.
Clean heat exchanger.
~ Cleaning the heat exchanger; Page 39
Press the Start/Pause button to reset the displayed
indication and then press Start/Pause button again to
reset the appliance if necessary.
Check drain hose.
~ Maintenance of drain hose; Page 40
Check drain hose connection conditions.
DR indicator lights up.
Water has not drained
completely.
Drain hose is blocked.
Water is leaking out.
Dryer is not leveled.
The heat exchanger seal is dirty.
Drain hose is leaking.
Laundry is not loaded.
Load too small for selected program.
Loaded laundry is too dry.
The door opens by
itself.
Creasing.
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Press Start/Pause button.
Check if laundry is caught in the door. Close the door
until a click is heard.
Press any button to activate the display.
~ Environmentally friendly use of your dryer; Page 9
Automatic switch-off function ia
active.
Heat exchanger dirty.
Program terminates
shortly after starting.
Replace fuse or reset breaker.
The door not closed properly.
Laundry load exceeded.
Unsuitable program selected.
Level the dryer.
~ Leveling the dryer; Page 19
Clean the heat exchanger seal.
~ Cleaning the heat exchanger; Page 39
Check entire length of drain hose for leaks; replace if
necessary.
Check that hose is clamped on hose barb at back of
the dryer securely.
Load the laundry.
~ Loading the laundry; Page 28
Use time program.
~ Program selection; Page 27
~ Program selection table; Page 35
Check the loaded laundry. If it is dry, open the door,
remove laundry and press the center of the Program
Selector to switch off the appliance.
Close the door until a click is heard.
Do not exceed the maximum load for selected program. Remove items of laundry immediately after the
end of the program, hang them up and pull into shape.
Press the center of the Program Selector to switch off
the appliance.
~ Program selection table; Page 35
Select Wrinkle Block button to prevent the laundry
from creasing or wrinkling.
~ Wrinkle Block; Page 36
Problem
Possible cause(s)
Solution(s)
Drying result is not sat- Warm laundry may feel more damp
isfactory (laundry feels than it really is.
too damp).
The selected program does not suit
the load.
Remove items of laundry immediately after the end of
the program and press the center of the Program
Selector to switch off the appliance.
Use another drying program or, in addition, select the
time program.
~ Program selection; Page 27
~ Program selection table; Page 35
Dryness level is not adjusted.
Use Level Adjust to adjust the dryness level.
~ Level Adjust; Page 36
Fine layer of limescale or detergent Clean the moisture sensors.
and textile care products residues ~ Cleaning the moisture sensors; Page 40
on the moisture sensors.
Program termination e.g. main
See the problem(s) mentioned in this table.
power supply failure, door open or
maximum drying time reached.
Initial load is too wet.
Spin laundry at higher speed in the washing machine,
before drying.
Switch off the dryer, and then turn it on again.
Drying time too long.
Lint filter and/or heat exchanger is Clean lint filter
dirty.
~ Cleaning the lint filter; Page 38
and/or heat exchanger.
~ Cleaning the heat exchanger; Page 39
Insufficient supply of air.
Ensure that air can circulate.
Air inlet possibly blocked.
Do not obstruct the air inlet on the front of the dryer.
Ambient temperature higher than
Ventilate the room.
95°F/35°C.
Program does not start A delayed starting time has been
Drying cycle will begin at proper time to complete at
Finish in (remaining)
selected and activated.
the selected Finish in time.
time is displayed.
Program does not start Child lock is activated.
Deactivate Child lock.
~ Child lock; Page 37
- D symbol lit up.
One or more indicator
lights are flashing.
Power failure.
| does not appear in
the display panel.
Home Connect is not
working.
Installation conditions are not adequate.
Fault in program sequence or malfunction.
Check the installation conditions.
~ Electrical Connections; Page 17
Switch off the dryer, allow it to cool down, switch back
on and restart the program.
Remove laundry from the dryer immediately and
spread out. This allows the heat to dissipate. Be careful as the door, the drum and the laundry may be hot.
Wi-Fi is switched off.
To connect to your home network, switch on Wi-Fi.
~ Home Connect; Page 30
Wi-Fi is switched on but a connec- Check whether your home network is available or try
tion to the home network cannot be to connect to your home network again.
established.
▯ You can find solutions to problems with Home Connect at www.home-connect.com.
▯ The use of the Home Connect functionality depends
on the availability of the Home Connect Services in
your country. Check here, www.home-connect.com,
to see if the Home Connect services are available in
your area and further information.
If troubleshooting did not solve your issue contact customer service ~ Customer service; Page 5
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STATEMENT OF LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY
Bosch Clothes Dryer
What this Warranty Covers & Who it Applies to:
The limited warranty provided by BSH Home Appliances
(“Bosch”) in this Statement of Limited Product Warranty
applies only to the Bosch appliance sold to you, the first
using purchaser, provided that the Product was
purchased:
For your normal, household (non-commercial) use,
and has in fact at all times only been used for normal
household purposes.
▯ New at retail (not a display, “as is”, or previously
returned model), and not for resale, or commercial
use.
▯ Within the United States or Canada, and has at all
times remained within the country of original purchase.
The warranties stated herein apply only to the first
purchaser of the Product and are not transferable.
Please make sure to return your registration card; while
not necessary to effectuate warranty coverage, it is the
best way for Bosch to notify you in the unlikely event of a
safety notice or product recall.
▯
Limitation for Third Party Accessories:
Third party accessories, other than those shipped with
your Bosch appliance, and any consequential damages
resulting therefrom, are not covered by this warranty. This
limitation expressly includes the implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose,
which are also expressly excluded with respect to third
party accessories, other than those shipped with your
Bosch appliance. Use of third party accessories, other
than those shipped with your Bosch appliance, does not
void this warranty on any other part, and all other
provisions of this warranty remain in effect.
How Long the Warranty Lasts:
Bosch warrants that the Product is free from defects in
materials and workmanship for a period of three hundred
sixty-five days (365) days from the date of purchase. The
foregoing timeline begins to run upon the date of
purchase, and shall not be stalled, tolled, extended, or
suspended, for any reason whatsoever. This product is
also warranted to be free from cosmetic defects in
material and workmanship (such as scratches of
stainless steel, paint/porcelain blemishes, chips, dents,
or other damage to the finish) of the Product, for a period
of thirty (30) days from the date of purchase or closing
date for new construction. This cosmetic warranty
excludes slight color variations due to inherent
differences in painted and porcelain parts, as well as
differences caused by kitchen lighting, product location,
or other similar factors. This cosmetic warranty
specifically excludes any display, floor, “As Is”, or “B”
stock appliances.
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SCOPE OF EXTENDED LIMITED WARRANTY
Bosch will repair or replace, free of charge, any printed
circuit boards, drive motor or component part of the drive
motor that proves defective under conditions of normal
home use during the first seven hundred thirty (730)
days from the date of purchase, labor charges excluded.
Repair/Replace as Your Exclusive Remedy:
During this warranty period, Bosch or one of its
authorized service providers will repair your Product
without charge to you (subject to certain limitations
stated herein) if your Product proves to have been
manufactured with a defect in materials or workmanship.
If reasonable attempts to repair the Product have been
made without success, then Bosch will replace your
Product (upgraded models may be available to you, in
Bosch’s sole discretion, for an additional charge). All
removed parts and components shall become property
of Bosch at its sole option. All replaced and/or repaired
parts shall assume the identity of the original part for
purposes of this warranty and this warranty shall not to
be extended with respect to such parts. Bosch’s sole
liability and responsibility hereunder is to repair
manufacturer-defective Product only, using a Bosch
authorized service provider during normal business
hours. For safety and property damage concerns, Bosch
highly recommends that you do not attempt to repair the
Product yourself, or use an un-authorized servicer; Bosch
will have no responsibility or liability for repairs or work
performed by a non-authorized servicer. If you choose to
have someone other than an authorized service provider
work on your Product, THIS WARRANTY WILL
AUTOMATICALLY BECOME NULL AND AVOID.
Authorized service providers are those persons or
companies that have been specially trained on Bosch
products, and who possess, in Bosch’s opinion, a
superior reputation for customer service and technical
ability (note that they are independent entities and are
not agents, partners, affiliates or representatives of
Bosch). Notwithstanding the foregoing, Bosch will not
incur any liability, or have responsibility, for the Product if
it is located in a remote area (more than 100 miles from
an authorized service provider) or is in a reasonably
inaccessible, hazardous, threatening, or treacherous
locale, surroundings, or environment; in any such event,
if you request, Bosch would still pay for labor and parts
and ship the parts to the nearest authorized service
provider, but you would still be fully liable and
responsible for any travel time or other special charges
by the service company, assuming they agree to make
the service call.
Out of Warranty Product:
Bosch is under no obligation, at law or otherwise, to
provide you with any concessions, including repairs,
prorates, or Product replacement, once this warranty has
expired.
Warranty Exclusions:
The warranty coverage described herein excludes all
defects or damage that are not the direct fault of Bosch,
including without limitation, one or more of the following:
Use of the Product in anything other than its normal,
customary and intended manner (including without
limitation, any form of commercial use, use or storage
of an indoor product outdoors, use of the Product in
conjunction with air or water-going vessels).
▯ Any party’s willful misconduct, negligence, misuse,
abuse, accidents, neglect, improper operation, failure
to maintain, improper or negligent installation,
tampering, failure to follow operating instructions,
mishandling, unauthorized service (including self
performed “fixing” or exploration of the appliance’s
internal workings).
▯ Adjustment, alteration or modification of any kind.
▯ A failure to comply with any applicable state, local,
city, or county electrical, plumbing and/or building
codes, regulations, or laws, including failure to install
the product in strict conformity with local fire and
building codes and regulations.
▯ Ordinary wear and tear, spills of food, liquid, grease
accumulations, or other substances that accumulate
on, in, or around the Product.
▯ Any external, elemental and/or environmental forces
and factors, including without limitation, rain, wind,
sand, floods, fires, mud slides, freezing temperatures,
excessive moisture or extended exposure to humidity,
lightning, power surges, structural failures surrounding
the appliance, and acts of God.
In no event shall Bosch have any liability or responsibility
whatsoever for damage to surrounding property,
including cabinery, floors, ceilings, and other structures
or objects around the Product. Also excluded from this
warranty are Products on which the serial numbers have
been altered, defected, or removed; service visits to
teach you how to use the Product, or visits where there is
nothing wrong with the Product; correction of installation
problems (you are solely responsible for any structure
and setting for the Product, including all electrical,
plumbing or other connecting facilities, for proper
foundation/flooring, and for any alterations including
without limitation cabinetry, walls, floors, shelving, etc.);
and resetting of breakers or fuses.
▯
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, THIS WARRANTY
SETS OUT YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES WITH
RESPECT TO PRODUCT, WHETHER THE CLAIM ARISES
IN CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING STRICT LIABILITY,
OR NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHERWISE. THIS WARRANTY
IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. ANY WARRANTY IMPLIED BY
LAW, WHETHER FOR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR OTHERWISE,
SHALL BE EFFECTIVE ONLY FOR THE PERIOD THAT
THIS EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EFFECTIVE. IN
NO EVENT WILL THE MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE FOR
CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTIAL, INDIRECT,
“BUSINESS LOSS”, AND/OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES,
LOSSES, OR EXPENSES, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION TIME AWAY FROM WORK, HOTELS AND/
OR RESTAURANT MEALS, REMODELLING EXPENSES
IN EXCESS OF DIRECT DAMAGES WHICH ARE
DEFINITELY CAUSED EXCLUSIVELY BY BOSCH, OR
OTHERWISE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN
IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS
WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND
YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY
FROM STATE TO STATE.
No attempt to alter, modify or amend this warranty shall
be effective unless authorized in writing by an officer of
BSH.
How to Obtain Warranty Service:
To obtain warranty service for your Product, you should
contact Bosch Customer Service Department.
BSH Home Appliances Corporation - 1901 Main Street,
Suite 600 / Irvine, CA 92614 / 1-800-944-2904
45
*9001279669*
9001279669
9709
1901 Main Street, Suite 600 • Irvine, CA 92614 • 1-800-944-2904
www.bosch-home.com • © 2012 BSH Home Appliances Corporation
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