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Tumble dryer
WTW87564AU
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Installation and operating instructions
Your new tumble dryer
Display rules
You have opted for a tumble dryer
manufactured by Bosch.
: Warning!
Please take a few minutes to read and
become familiar with the advantages of
your tumble dryer.
To meet the high quality demands
required by Bosch, every tumble dryer
that leaves our factory is carefully
checked to ensure that it functions
correctly and is in perfect condition.
For more information on our products,
accessories, replacement parts and
services, see our website www.boschhome.com or contact our Customer
Service centres.
If the operating and installation
instructions describe different models,
any differences will be pointed out at the
relevant points in the text.
This combination of symbol and signal
word indicates a possibly dangerous
situation. Not heeding the warning can
cause death or injuries.
Caution!
This signal word indicates a possibly
dangerous situation. Not heeding the
caution can cause property and/or
environmental damage.
Note/tip
Information about the optimum use of
the appliance/any other useful
information.
1. 2. 3. / a) b) c)
The steps are represented by numbers
or letters.
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Read these operating and installation
instructions before operating the tumble
dryer.
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Table of contents
enI stal tionandoperatinginstructions
8 Intended use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
( Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . .4
Children/people/pets .
Installation. . . . . . . . . .
Operation . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning/Maintenance
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7 Energy-saving tips. . . . . . . . . . .12
5 Installing and connecting
the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Included with the appliance: . . . . . . . 12
Installing the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Connecting the appliance . . . . . . . . . 14
Before using the appliance for
the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
2 Appliance settings. . . . . . . . . . .16
Childproof lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Activating setting mode . . . . . . . . . . 16
Exiting setting mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
9 Quick reference guide . . . . . . . .18
* Familiarising yourself
with your appliance . . . . . . . . . .19
Appliance overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
/ Overview of programmes . . . . .22
0 Programme settings . . . . . . . . .24
Z Laundry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Preparing the laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Sorting laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
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Operating the appliance . . . . . . 27
Loading laundry and switching on
the appliance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Setting a programme. . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Starting a programme . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Programme progress . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Changing the programme
or adding more laundry . . . . . . . . . . .29
Cancelling the programme . . . . . . . .29
Programme end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Removing laundry and
switching off the appliance . . . . . . . .29
Emptying the condensation
container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Removing the fluff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
ΠDraining the condensation
water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
D Cleaning and maintenance. . . . 35
Cleaning the appliance . . . . . . . . . . .35
Cleaning the moisture sensor . . . . . .36
Cleaning the filter in
the condensation container . . . . . . . .37
Y Information on the display . . . . 38
3 Help with the appliance . . . . . . 39
L Transporting the appliance . . . 41
[ Consumption values . . . . . . . . . 42
Consumption values table . . . . . . . . .42
{ Technical specifications. . . . . . 43
) Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
4 After-sales service . . . . . . . . . . 44
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Intended use
8 Intended use
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Intedus
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This appliance is intended for private
domestic use only.
Do not install or operate this
appliance anywhere that is liable to
experience frost and/or outdoor
conditions. There is a risk that the
appliance will be damaged if
residual water in it freezes. If hoses
freeze up, they may crack/burst.
This appliance must only be used for
drying and freshening up domestic
laundry, consisting of items that have
been washed with water and are
suitable for tumble drying (see label
on item). Using the appliance for any
other purpose is outside of the
scope of its intended application and
is forbidden.
This appliance is intended for use up
to a maximum height of
4000 metres above sea level.
Before you switch on the appliance:
Check that there is no visible damage to
the appliance. Do not operate the
appliance if it is damaged. Should you
have any problems, please contact your
specialist dealer or our customer
service.
Read and follow the operating and
installation instructions and all other
information provided with this appliance.
Retain the documents for subsequent
use or for subsequent owners.
( Safety instructions
The following safety information
and warnings are provided to
protect you from injury and to
prevent material damage to
your surroundings.
It is nevertheless important to
take the necessary precautions
and to proceed with care when
installing, maintaining, cleaning
and operating the appliance.
Safetyinstrucions
Children/people/pets
: Warning
Risk of death!
Children and other people who
are unable to assess the risks
involved when using the
appliance may injure
themselves or may find
themselves in life-threatening
situations. Therefore please
note:
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The appliance may be used
by children over the age of 8
years and by persons with
reduced physical, sensory or
mental capacity or by
persons with a lack of
experience or knowledge as
long as they are supervised
or have received instruction
on how to use the appliance
safely and they have
understood the potential
risks of using the appliance.
Children must not play with
this appliance.
Safety instructions
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Do not allow children to
clean or maintain this
appliance unsupervised.
Keep children under 3 years
and pets away from this
appliance.
Do not leave the appliance
unattended when children or
other people who are unable
to assess the risks are in the
vicinity.
: Warning
Risk of death!
Children may lock themselves
inside appliances and find
themselves in a life-threatening
situation.
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Do not position the
appliance behind a door, as
this may obstruct the
appliance door or prevent it
from opening completely.
Once an appliance has
reached the end of its life,
pull the mains plug from the
socket before severing the
mains cable, and then
destroy the lock on the
appliance door.
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: Warning
Risk of suffocation!
If allowed to play with the
packaging/plastic film or
packing components, children
may become caught in these or
pull them over their heads and
suffocate.
Keep packaging, plastic film
and packing components away
from children.
: Warning
Risk of poisoning!
Detergents and care products
may result in poisoning if
consumed.
If accidentally swallowed, seek
medical advice. Keep
detergents and care products
out of the reach of children.
: Warning
Eye/skin irritation!
Contact with detergents or care
products may cause eye/skin
irritation.
Rinse eyes/skin thoroughly if
they/it come(s) into contact
with detergents or care
products. Keep detergents and
care products out of the reach
of children.
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Safety instructions
Installation
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: Warning
Risk of electric shock/fire/
material damage/damage to
the appliance!
If the appliance is not installed
properly, this may lead to a
dangerous situation. Ensure
the following:
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The mains voltage on your
power socket must match
the rated voltage specified
on the appliance
(identification plate). The
connected loads and the
required fuse protection are
specified on the identification
plate.
The appliance must not be
supplied through an external
switching device, such as a
timer, or connected to a
circuit that is regularly
switched on and off by a
utility.
The mains plug and the
protective contact socket
must match and the earthing
system must be correctly
installed.
The installation must have an
adequate cross section.
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The mains plug must be
freely accessible at all times.
If this is not possible, in
order to comply with the
relevant safety regulations, a
switch (all pole
disconnection) must be built
into the permanent
installation in accordance
with electrical installation
regulations.
If using a residual current
circuit breaker, only use one
that bears the following
mark: z. The presence of
this mark is the only way to
be sure that it fulfils all the
applicable regulations.
: Warning
Risk of electric shock/fire/
material damage/damage to
the appliance!
If the appliance's mains cable is
altered or damaged, this may
result in electric shock, short
circuiting or fire due to
overheating.
The mains cable must not be
kinked, crushed or altered, and
must not come into contact with
any heat sources.
Safety instructions
: Warning
Risk of fire/material damage/
damage to the appliance!
The use of extension cords or
power strips may result in fire
due to overheating or short
circuiting.
Connect the appliance directly
to an earthed socket that has
been correctly installed. Do not
use extension cords, power
strips or multi-way couplers.
: Warning
Risk of injury/material
damage/damage to the
appliance!
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The appliance may vibrate or
move when in operation,
potentially resulting in injury
or material damage.
Place the appliance on a
clean, even, solid surface
and, using a spirit level to
guide you, level it with the
screw-in feet.
Risk of injury/material damage/damage to the appliance!
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Incorrectly placing (stacking)
this appliance on top of a
washing machine may result
in injury, material damage
and/or damage to the
appliance.
If this appliance is to be
placed on top of a washing
machine, the washing
machine must be of at least
the same depth and width as
the appliance, and it must be
secured in place with the
appropriate connection set if
available. ~ Page 16
The appliance MUST be
secured with this connection
set. Stacking the appliance
in any other way is forbidden.
Ri■sk of inIfjury/materi
al damage/damage
appliance! of any of the
you
taketo thehold
appliance's protruding parts
(e.g. the appliance door) in
order to lift or move it, these
parts may break off and
cause injury.
Do not take hold of any of
the appliance's protruding
parts in order to move the
appliance.
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Safety instructions
: Warning
Risk of injury!
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The appliance is very heavy.
Lifting it may result in injury.
Do not lift the appliance on
your own.
Risk of inThe
jury!
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appliance has sharp
edges on which you could
cut your hands.
Do not take hold of the
appliance by its sharp
edges. Wear protective
gloves to lift it.
Risk of inIfjury! the hoses and mains
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cables are not correctly
routed, they may constitute a
tripping hazard, which may
result in injury.
Route hoses and cables
such that they do not
constitute a tripping hazard.
Operation
: Warning
Risk of explosions/fire!
Laundry that has come into
contact with solvents, oil, wax,
wax remover, paint, grease or
stain remover may ignite when
dried in the machine, or even
cause the appliance to explode.
Therefore please note:
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Rinse the laundry thoroughly
with warm water and
detergent before drying it in
the machine.
Do not place laundry in this
appliance to be dried if the
laundry has not been
washed first.
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Do not use the appliance if
industrial chemicals have
been used to clean the
laundry.
: Warning
Risk of explosions/fire!
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If there is any residual
material left in the fluff filter,
this may ignite when drying
is in progress, or even cause
the appliance to catch fire or
explode.
Clean the fluff filter regularly.
Risk of expl
osions/fire!
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Certain
objects may ignite
when drying is in progress,
or even cause the appliance
to catch fire or explode.
Remove any lighters or
matches from pockets on
items of clothing.
Risk of expl
ons/fire!
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Ifosithere
is coal dust or flour in
the air around the appliance,
this may cause an explosion.
Make sure that the area
around the appliance is kept
clean when it is in operation.
: Warning
Risk of fire/material damage/
damage to the appliance!
The appliance contains R290, a
refrigerant that is
environmentally friendly but
flammable.
Keep open fire and ignition
sources away from the
appliance.
Safety instructions
: Warning
Risk of fire/material damage/
damage to the appliance!
If a program is terminated
before the drying cycle has
finished, this prevents the
laundry from cooling down
sufficiently and may cause the
laundry to ignite, or may result
in material damage or damage
to the appliance.
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During the last part of the
drying cycle, the laundry in
the drum is not heated
(cooling cycle). This is to
ensure that it remains at a
temperature at which it will
not be damaged.
Do not switch off the
appliance before the drying
cycle has finished unless you
remove all items of laundry
from the drum immediately
and spread them out (to
dissipate the heat).
: Warning
Risk of poisoning/material
damage!
Condensation water is not
suitable for drinking and may
be contaminated with lint.
Contaminated condensation
water may be hazardous to
health and may cause material
damage.
Do not drink or reuse.
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: Warning
Risk of poisoning!
Poisonous fumes may be given
off by cleaning agents that
contain solvents, e.g. cleaning
solvent.
Do not use cleaning agents that
contain solvents.
: Warning
Risk of injury!
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If you support your weight/sit
on the appliance door when
it is open, the appliance may
tip over, which may result in
injury.
Do not support your weight
on the appliance door when
it is open.
Ri■sk of inIfjury! you climb onto the
appliance, the worktop may
break, which may result in
injury.
Do not climb onto the
appliance.
Ri■sk of inIfjury! you reach into the drum
while it is still rotating, you
risk injuring your hands.
Wait until the drum has
stopped rotating.
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Safety instructions
Caution!
Material damage/damage to
the appliance
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If the amount of laundry in
the appliance exceeds its
maximum load capacity, it
may not be able to operate
properly, or this may result in
material damage or damage
to the appliance.
Do not exceed the maximum
load capacity of dry laundry.
Make sure you comply with
the maximum load capacities
specified for each of the
programs. ~ Page 22
Materi
damage/damage
the appliance
■ alIf
you tooperate
the appliance
without a fluff catcher (e.g.
fluff filter, fluff depot,
depending on appliance
specifications), or if the fluff
catcher is incomplete or
defective, this may result in
damage to the appliance.
Do not operate the appliance
without a fluff catcher, or with
a fluff catcher that is
incomplete or defective.
Materi
damage/damageobjects
to the appliance
■ alLight
such as hair
and lint may be sucked into
the air inlet when the
appliance is in operation.
Keep these away from the
appliance.
Materi
damage/damage toand
the appliance foam rubber may
■ alFoam
deform or melt if dried in the
appliance.
Do not dry laundry items that
contain foam or foam rubber
in the appliance.
Material damage/damage to the appliance
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If you pour the wrong
quantity of detergent or
cleaning agent into the
appliance, this may result in
material damage or damage
to the appliance.
Use detergents/care
products/cleaning agents
and softeners in accordance
with the manufacturers'
instructions.
Materi
damage/damage
to the appliance
■ al If
the appliance
overheats, it
may not be able to operate
properly, or this may result in
material damage or damage
to the appliance.
Make sure that the
appliance's air inlet is never
obstructed when the
appliance is in operation,
and that the area around the
appliance is adequately
ventilated.
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Cleaning/Maintenance
: Warning
Risk of death!
The appliance is powered by
electricity. There is a risk of
electric shock if you come into
contact with live components.
Therefore please note:
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Switch off the appliance.
Disconnect the appliance
from the power supply (pull
out the plug).
Never take hold of the mains
plug with wet hands.
Safety instructions
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When removing the mains
plug from the socket, always
take hold of the plug itself
and never the mains cable,
otherwise this may damage
the mains cable.
Do not make any technical
modifications to the
appliance or its features.
Repairs and any other work
on the appliance must only
be conducted by our
customer service or by an
electrician. The same applies
for replacing the mains cable
(when necessary).
Spare mains cables can be
ordered from our customer
service.
: Warning
Risk of poisoning!
Poisonous fumes may be given
off by cleaning agents that
contain solvents, e.g. cleaning
solvent.
Do not use cleaning agents that
contain solvents.
: Warning
Risk of injury/material
damage/damage to the
appliance!
The use of spare parts and
accessories supplied by other
brands is dangerous and may
result in injury, material damage
or damage to the appliance.
For safety reasons, use
genuine spare parts and
accessories only.
Caution!
Material damage/damage to
the appliance
Cleaning agents and agents for
pretreating laundry (e.g. stain
removers, prewash sprays, etc.)
may cause damage if they
come into contact with the
surfaces of the appliance.
Therefore please note:
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: Warning
Risk of electric shock/material
damage/damage to the
appliance!
If moisture penetrates the
appliance, this may cause it to
short circuit.
Do not use a pressure washer,
steam cleaner, hose or spray
gun to clean your appliance.
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Do not allow these agents to
come into contact with the
surfaces of the appliance.
Clean the appliance with
nothing but water and a soft,
damp cloth.
Remove any detergent,
spray or other residues
immediately.
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Energy-saving tips
7 Energy-saving tips
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Energy-savint ps
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Spin the laundry before drying. The
drier the laundry, the shorter the
programme will be, in turn reducing
energy consumption.
Load the appliance with the
maximum loads permitted for the
programmes.
5 Installing and
connecting the
appliance
Included with the appliance:
Instalingadcoetingheaplince
Note: If the maximum load is
exceeded, this extends the programme
duration and increases energy
consumption.
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Operate the appliance in a ventilated
room and make sure that the air inlet
on the appliance is unobstructed so
that air exchange can take place
unhindered.
Regularly remove the fluff from the
appliance. If there is fluff in the
appliance, this extends the
programme duration and increases
energy consumption.
If you do not perform any actions on
the appliance for an extended period
before the programme starts or once
the programme has ended, the
appliance will automatically switch to
Energy saving mode. The display
and indicator lights will go out after a
few minutes and Start/Pause A will
flash.To end Energy saving mode, all
you need to do is perform an action
on the appliance, such as opening
and closing the door.
If you do not perform any actions on
the appliance for an extended period
when it is in Energy saving mode,
the appliance will automatically
switch itself off.
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( Accompanying documents (e.g.
installation and operating
instructions)
0 Fastening parts
8 U-piece for fixing the drain hose
in place
@ Drain hose
H Connection adapter
Installing and connecting the appliance
1. Remove any packaging and
protective covers completely from
the appliance.
2. Open the door.
3. Remove all the accessories from the
drum.
You can now install and connect the
appliance.
Caution!
Risk of material damage/damage to the
appliance
Objects remaining in the drum that are
not designed for operation with the
appliance may result in material
damage and damage to the appliance.
Remove these objects, along with all
accessories, from the drum.
Installing the appliance
: Warning
Risk of death!
Children may lock themselves inside
appliances and find themselves in a lifethreatening situation.
■
■
Do not position the appliance behind
a door, as this may obstruct the
appliance door or prevent it from
opening completely.
Once an appliance has reached the
end of its life, pull the mains plug
from the socket before severing the
mains cable, and then destroy the
lock on the appliance door.
: Warning
Risk of explosions/fire!
If there is coal dust or flour in the air
around the appliance, this may cause
an explosion.
Make sure that the area around the
appliance is kept clean when it is in
operation.
en
: Warning
Risk of fire/material damage/damage
to the appliance!
The appliance contains R290, a
refrigerant that is environmentally
friendly but flammable.
Keep open fire and ignition sources
away from the appliance.
: Warning
Risk of injury/material damage/
damage to the appliance!
■
The appliance may vibrate or move
when in operation, potentially
resulting in injury or material
damage.
Place the appliance on a clean,
even, solid surface and, using a
spirit level to guide you, level it with
the screw-in feet.
■
Incorrectly placing (stacking) this
appliance on top of a washing
machine may result in injury, material
damage and/or damage to the
appliance.
If this appliance is to be placed on
top of a washing machine, the
washing machine must be of at least
the same depth and width as the
appliance, and it must be secured in
place with the appropriate
connection set if available.
~ Page 16
The appliance MUST be secured
with this connection set. Stacking the
appliance in any other way is
forbidden.
■
If you take hold of any of the
appliance's protruding parts (e.g. the
appliance door) in order to lift or
move it, these parts may break off
and cause injury.
Do not take hold of any of the
appliance's protruding parts in order
to move the appliance.
Risk of injury/material damage/damage to the appliance!
Risk of injury/material damage/damage to the appliance!
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Installing and connecting the appliance
: Warning
Risk of injury!
■
The appliance is very heavy. Lifting it
may result in injury.
Do not lift the appliance on your
own.
■
The appliance has sharp edges on
which you could cut your hands.
Do not take hold of the appliance by
its sharp edges. Wear protective
gloves to lift it.
Install the appliance as follows:
1. Place the appliance on a clean,
even, solid surface.
2. Check that the appliance is level
using a spirit level.
Risk of injury!
Caution!
Material damage/damage to the
appliance
If the appliance overheats, it may not be
able to operate properly, or this may
result in material damage or damage to
the appliance.
Make sure that the appliance's air inlet
is never obstructed when the appliance
is in operation, and that the area around
the appliance is adequately ventilated.
Caution!
Risk of material damage and damage
to the appliance
The appliance underwent a function test
before leaving the factory and therefore
may contain residual water. This
residual water may leak out if the
appliance is tilted at an angle greater
than 40°.
3. If necessary, turn the appliance feet
to make sure it is level.
You can now connect the appliance.
Notes
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All appliance feet must stand firmly
on the ground.
■
If appliances are not installed
correctly, this may result in noises,
vibrations, uneven drum operation
and/or to residual water leaking out
of the appliance.
Connecting the appliance
: Warning
Risk of electric shock/fire/material
damage/damage to the appliance!
If the appliance is not installed properly,
this may lead to a dangerous situation.
Ensure the following:
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The mains voltage on your power
socket must match the rated voltage
specified on the appliance
(identification plate). The connected
loads and the required fuse
protection are specified on the
identification plate.
Installing and connecting the appliance
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The appliance must not be supplied
through an external switching
device, such as a timer, or
connected to a circuit that is
regularly switched on and off by a
utility.
The mains plug and the protective
contact socket must match and the
earthing system must be correctly
installed.
The installation must have an
adequate cross section.
The mains plug must be freely
accessible at all times. If this is not
possible, in order to comply with the
relevant safety regulations, a switch
(all pole disconnection) must be built
into the permanent installation in
accordance with electrical
installation regulations.
If using a residual current circuit
breaker, only use one that bears the
following mark: z. The presence of
this mark is the only way to be sure
that it fulfils all the applicable
regulations.
: Warning
Risk of electric shock/fire/material
damage/damage to the appliance!
If the appliance's mains cable is altered
or damaged, this may result in electric
shock, short circuiting or fire due to
overheating.
The mains cable must not be kinked,
crushed or altered, and must not come
into contact with any heat sources.
: Warning
Risk of fire/material damage/damage
to the appliance!
The use of extension cords or power
strips may result in fire due to
overheating or short circuiting.
Connect the appliance directly to an
earthed socket that has been correctly
installed. Do not use extension cords,
power strips or multi-way couplers.
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: Warning
Risk of injury!
If the hoses and mains cables are not
correctly routed, they may constitute a
tripping hazard, which may result in
injury.
Route hoses and cables such that they
do not constitute a tripping hazard.
Connect the appliance as follows:
1. Connecting the drain hose.
~ Page 32
2. Plug the appliance's mains plug into
the designated socket.
3. Check that the mains plug is in
securely.
Your appliance is now ready to use.
Caution!
Risk of material damage/damage to the
appliance
The appliance contains refrigerant and
may be damaged if it is operated
immediately after transportation.
Allow the appliance to rest for two hours
before initial use.
Note: If in doubt, have your appliance
connected by a qualified professional.
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Appliance settings
Before using the appliance for
the first time
Before you switch on the appliance:
Check that there is no visible damage to
the appliance. Do not operate the
appliance if it is damaged. Should you
have any problems, please contact your
specialist dealer or our customer
service.
Note: Once the appliance has been
properly installed and connected, it is
ready to use. No further steps are
necessary.
Optional accessories
Order optional accessories* from the
after-sales service:
■
Basket for woollens:
Dry or air individual woollen items,
sports shoes and soft toys in the
basket for woollens.
– Order number: WMZ20600.
■
Platform:
For easier loading and unloading,
raise your dryer with a platform.
You can transport laundry with the
laundry basket integrated into the
platform drawer.
– Order number: WMZ20500.
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Washer-dryer stack connection kit:
To save space, the dryer can be
placed on top of a suitable washing
machine of the same width and
depth.
Only this connection kit may be used
to secure the dryer to the washing
machine.
– Order number with pull-out
worktop: WTZ11400
– Order number without pull-out
worktop: WTZ20410.
*
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Depending on the appliance features
2 Appliance settings
Childproof lock
Apliancest ings
Activating the childproof lock prevents
the settings from being accidentally
changed on the control panel.
Activating/deactivating the childproof
lock:
■
Press and hold Child Lock E push
3 sec. for 3 seconds.
Note: The childproof lock will remain
active, even once the appliance has
been switched off. If you wish to change
settings on the control panel when you
turn on the appliance, you will need to
deactivate the childproof lock.
Activating setting mode
In order to apply the settings described
below, you will first need to activate
setting mode. The options on the
programme selector that will allow you
to do this are as follows:
#
1
2
3
4
Activate setting mode
Activate setting mode and adjust
audible notification signal
volume
Adjust the audible button signal
volume
Automatic switch-off function
Appliance settings
1. Switch on the appliance.
2. Turn the programme selector to
position 1.
3. Press Drying Level ô and, at the
same time, turn the programme
selector to position 2.
4. Release Drying Level ô.
Setting mode is now activated.
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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 programme starts
or when a programme has ended in
order to save energy.It can be switched
back on again at any time by pressing
#.
You can switch the appliance's
automatic switch-off function on or off
as follows:
1. Activate setting mode.
2. Turn the programme selector to
position 4.
3. Use the Finished in ñ + or – button
to switch the appliance's automatic
switch-off function on or off.
Changing the audible signal volume
Exiting setting mode
You can adjust the volume of audible
notification signals (that indicate that a
programme has ended, for example)
and audible button signals by turning
the rotary selector to the following
positions:
■
2: Audible notification signal volume
■
3: Audible button signal volume
Once you have applied all the settings,
press # to switch off the appliance.
The settings you have selected will be
saved and will take effect the next time
the washing machine is switched on.
1. Activate setting mode.
2. Turn the programme selector to the
required position.
3. Use the Finished in ñ + or – button
to set the volume you require (0 =
off; 4 = very loud).
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Quick reference guide
9 Quick reference guide
Note: The appliance must be correctly installed and connected. ~ Page 12
Quickrefncguide
1
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Before starting
the programme:
Sort the laundry.
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2
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3
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Close the door.
Open the door and
place the laundry in
the drum.
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Switch on the
appliance.
@
Select a
programme.
@
Start the
programme.
If necessary: Adjust
the programme
settings.
@
@
Once the
programme has
ended:
Switch off the
appliance.
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4
Remove the fluff.
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Open the door and
remove the laundry.
Empty the
condensation
container.
Familiarising yourself with your appliance
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* Familiarising yourself with your appliance
Appliance overview
Famil arisngyourself withyouraplince
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Condensation container
Control panel
Drum interior lighting (depending on the model)
Air inlet
Door
Fluff filter
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Familiarising yourself with your appliance
Panel
#
+
3
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K C
( Programmes ~ Page 22
0 Programme selector
■
Press to switch the appliance on/off
■
Turn to set a programme
8 Childproof lock
Prevents the functions you have set from being changed accidentally.
To activate/deactivate it: ~ Page 16
@ Anti-Crease 60 min
H Anti-Crease 120 min
P Low-Heat Drying
X Display
Displays settings and information
` A for:
■
Starting a programme
■
Pausing a programme, e.g. to add items of laundry
■
Cancelling a programme
h Ready in
“ Degree of dryness
” Dryness level
‘ Audible signal
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Familiarising yourself with your appliance
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Display
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Empty the condensation
container ~ Page 31
Remove the fluff ~ Page 31
The heat exchanger is being
cleaned automatically
Programme progress for:
Drying
Iron Dry
Cupboard Dry
Anti-Crease
Pause
Programme end
Dryness levels for:
Iron Dry
Cupboard Dry
Cupboard Dry Plus
Degree of dryness selected
Timed programme selected
Expected programme
duration in hours and
minutes
Programme delay in hours
when "Ready in" time is
selected
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Overview of programmes
/ Overview of programmes
Overiwofprgames
Programme
Maximum load
Programme name
Brief explanation of the programme and the items for which it is suitable.
Maximum load
based on the dry
weight of the items
Cottons i
Hard-wearing items and heat-resistant items made of cotton or linen.
9 kg
Easy Care f
Items made of synthetic or blended fabrics.
3.5 kg
Mix o
Mixed load consisting of items made from cotton and synthetic fabrics.
3 kg
Delicates 8
Delicate, washable items, e.g. made from satin, or synthetic or blended fabrics.
2 kg
Wool Finish ã
Machine-washable items made of wool or containing wool.
Notes
■
Laundry becomes fluffier but not dry.
■
Remove laundry once the programme has ended and allow to dry.
0.5 kg
Timed Program Cold 5
Timed programme for all types of fabric except for wool and silk.
For freshening up or airing clothing that has hardly been worn.
Note: You can adjust the programme duration.
~ "Programme settings" on page 24
3 kg
Timed Program Warm 5
Timed programme for all types of fabric except silk.
Suitable for pre-dried or slightly damp laundry and for drying off multi-layered, thick
laundry.
Notes
■
Dry woollens, sports shoes and soft toys only with the basket for woollens.
■
In the timed programme, the laundry's remaining moisture is not automatically
detected. If the laundry is still too damp when the drying programme has
ended, repeat the programme and, if required, extend the programme duration.
~ "Programme settings" on page 24
3 kg
Max. load for woollens/soft toys in the
basket: 1 basket
load
Max. load for shoes
in the basket: 1 pair
Shirts/Blouses ’
1.5 kg
Shirts/blouses made of cotton, linen, or synthetic or blended fabrics.
Note: Once the laundry is dry, iron it or hang it up. This will allow the residual moisture to be distributed evenly.
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Overview of programmes
Quilt/Duvet 6
Clothing, pillows, quilts or bedspreads filled with synthetic fibres.
Note: Dry large items individually. Follow the instructions on the care label.
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2.5 kg
Down Wear t
1.5 kg
Clothing, bedspreads or eiderdowns stuffed with down.
Notes
■
Dry large items individually.
■
Once the programme has ended, shake the items of laundry to distribute the
stuffing and eliminate any pockets of moisture.Restart the programme if necessary.
Sportswear ]
Weatherproof and outdoor clothing with a membrane coating and water-repellent
fabrics.
1.5 kg
Towels ç
Hard-wearing towels and dressing gowns made of cotton.
6 kg
Super 40’ ^
Mixed load of synthetic fabrics and light cottons.
2 kg
AllergyPlus ;
Hard-wearing items.
Note: The programme reaches high temperatures. Particularly suitable for strict
hygiene requirements.
4 kg
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Programme settings
0 Programme settings
Progamest ings
Buttons
Displays
Explanations and information
Note: Not all buttons and their functions can be selected in all programmes.
Easy Iron 60’ Q
Easy Iron 120’ Q
The drum moves the laundry at regular intervals after drying to
prevent creasing. You can extend the automatic Anti-Crease
function by 60 minutes (by pressing Easy Iron 60’ Q) or 120
minutes (by pressing Easy Iron 120’ Q) after any programme
has finished.
Low Heat s
Reduced temperature for delicate fabrics, e.g. polyacrylic or
elastane; may increase the drying time.
End Signal C
Use the End Signal C button to activate or deactivate the audible signal that sounds to indicate that the programme has
ended. If the setting has been selected, the button's indicator
light will be lit and the signal tone is activated.
Drying Target ‰:
Select the dryness level depending on the required degree of
dryness.
If you have selected a dryness level, this will be stored for the
selected programme even after the appliance has been
switched off. Exception: The settings will not be saved for Cottons.
Cupboard dry plus
Ò
Multi-layered, thick laundry that does not dry readily.
Cupboard dry
»
Normal, single-layered laundry.
Iron dry
ö
Normal, single-layered laundry that still needs to be damp after
drying and is suitable for ironing or hanging up.
Drying Level ô
5
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If you think the laundry is still too damp when the drying programme has ended, you can adjust the degree of dryness to
achieve a particular dryness level. To increase the dryness level,
set the degree of dryness to between 5 and 5 5 5. This will
extend the programme duration but the temperature will remain
the same.
Once you have adjusted the degree of dryness for a programme, this setting will be retained for the programme even
after the appliance has been switched off.
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Programme settings
Finished in ñ
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Before starting the programme, you can preselect the programme end time ("Ready in" time) in hourly increments (h =
hour), up to a maximum of 24 hours:
1. Select a programme.
The programme duration will be displayed for the selected
programme, e.g. ‚:…† (hours:minutes).
2. Press Finished in ñ repeatedly until the required number
of hours is displayed.
Note: Use the Finished in ñ + button to increase the setting values, and the Finished in ñ – button to reduce
them.
3. Press Start/Pause A.
This activates the time delay.
Before the programme starts, the selected number of
hours (e.g. ‰) is shown on the display and counts down
until the drying programme starts. The duration of the programme will then be displayed.
Note: The programme duration is included in the "Ready in"
time.
E.g.
\ ‹ : …‹
The drying time for timed programmes can be extended to up
to 3 hours 30 minutes in 10-minute increments.
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Laundry
Notes
– When washing laundry to be
tumble-dried, use the correct
amount of detergent and care
products as specified in the
manufacturer's instructions.
– Clean the moisture sensor
regularly ~ Page 36.
Z Laundry
Preparing the laundry
Laundry
: Warning
Risk of explosions/fire!
Certain objects may ignite when drying
is in progress, or even cause the
appliance to catch fire or explode.
Remove any lighters or matches from
pockets on items of clothing.
Caution!
Risk of damage to the drum and
laundry
Leaving objects in the pockets of your
clothing can cause damage to the drum
and laundry when the appliance is in
operation. Remove all objects (e.g.
metal items) from clothing pockets.
Prepare the laundry as follows:
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
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Tie cloth belts, apron strings, etc.
together or use a laundry bag.
Close zips, hooks, eyelets and
buttons. Button up large items of
laundry, such as covers.
Always dry very small items of
laundry, e.g. babies' socks, together
with large items such as towels.
Use timed programmes for single
items.
Knitted items, such as T-shirts and
jerseys, often shrink slightly the first
time they are tumble-dried. Use a
gentle programme.
Do not overdry easy-care laundry.
This leads to increased creasing of
your laundry.
Some detergents and care products,
e.g. starch or softeners, contain
particles that may accumulate on the
moisture sensor. This may impair the
sensor's performance and, in turn,
the drying result.
Sorting laundry
Note: Load the laundry item by item
into the appliance. For more effective
drying, do not stuff an entire bundle of
laundry into the dryer at once.
Caution!
Risk of material damage to the dryer or
laundry
Laundry that is unsuitable for tumbledrying may damage the appliance and
the laundry when it is dried. Before you
dry it, sort the laundry according to the
information given on the care label:
c
a
`
b
Suitable for tumble drying
Dry at normal temperature
Dry at low temperature
Do not tumble-dry
Operating the appliance
When sorting the laundry to be dried,
take the following points into account:
■
■
To achieve an even drying result,
only dry laundry of the same type of
fabric and texture together.
If you dry thin, thick and multilayered fabrics together, they will dry
to differing degrees.
Use the fabric descriptions given for
the individual drying programmes to
help you choose the most
appropriate programme.
~ "Overview of programmes"
on page 22
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1 Operating the
appliance
Loading laundry and
switching on the appliance
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Note: The appliance must be correctly
installed and connected. ~ Page 12
1. Prepare and sort the laundry.
2. Press # to switch on the appliance.
Note: You can select a timed
programme to add extra drying time for
laundry that is still damp.
Caution!
Risk of material damage to the
appliance and laundry
Do not tumble-dry the following items or
fabrics in the appliance:
■
Laundry contaminated with solvents,
wax or grease.
■
Unwashed items.
■
Items made from non-breathable
fabrics (e.g. rubber-coated).
■
Items made from delicate fabrics,
such as silk and curtains made of
synthetic material.
3. Open the door.
Check that the drum has been
completely emptied. Empty it if
necessary.
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Operating the appliance
4. Load the laundry unfolded into the
drum.
Setting a programme
Note: If you have activated the
childproof lock, you must deactivate it
before you can set a programme.
~ Page 16
1. Set the programme you require.
5. Close the appliance door.
Caution!
Risk of material damage to the
appliance or laundry.
Make sure that laundry is not
trapped in the door.
The programme settings will appear
on the display.
2. Adjust the programme settings, if
required.
~ "Programme settings"
on page 24
Starting a programme
Press Start/Pause A.
Note: If you want to prevent the
programme from being adjusted
inadvertently, you can activate the
childproof lock. ~ Page 16
Programme progress
The programme status will be indicated
on the display.
Note: The appliance's drum is lit up
after the door is opened and closed and
once the programme has started. The
drum's interior light goes out on its own.
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Note: When a programme is selected,
the expected drying time for the
maximum permitted load is displayed.
The moisture sensor measures the
residual moisture in the laundry as it is
being dried. The programme duration
and the remaining time indicated on the
display are automatically adjusted as
the programme progresses, depending
on how damp the laundry is (exception:
Timed programmes).
Operating the appliance
Changing the programme or
adding more laundry
Removing laundry and
switching off the appliance
You can remove or add laundry and
change or adjust the programme at any
time during drying.
1. Remove the laundry.
1. Open the door or press Start/
Pause A to pause the programme.
2. Add or remove laundry.
3. If required, select a different
programme or a different
programme setting.
~ "Overview of programmes"
on page 22
~ "Programme settings"
on page 24
4. Close the door.
5. Press Start/Pause A.
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2. Press # to switch off the appliance.
Note: The programme duration is
updated on the display, depending on
the load and on the residual moisture in
the laundry. The values displayed may
change when the programme or load is
changed.
Cancelling the programme
The programme can be cancelled at
any time by opening the door or
pressing Start/Pause A.
Caution!
Risk of fire. Laundry may catch fire.
If you cancel the programme, remove all
items of laundry from the dryer and
spread them out to allow the heat to
dissipate.
Programme end
- ‹ - will appear on the display.
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Operating the appliance
Emptying the condensation
container
3. Push the condensation container
back into the appliance until you feel
it lock into place.
Condensation will form in the appliance
as it dries the laundry.
If there is no drain hose connected to
the appliance, the condensation water
from the appliance will run into the
condensation container. In this case,
you will need to empty the condensation
container each time the dryer finishes
drying the laundry, and also if it
becomes full before drying is complete.
1. Pull out the condensation container
horizontally.
2. Pour out the condensation water.
Caution!
Risk of harm to health and material
damage
Condensation water is not suitable
for drinking and may be
contaminated with fluff.
Contaminated condensation water
may be harmful to your health and
cause material damage. Do not drink
the condensation water or reuse it.
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Note: The filter in the condensation
container filters the condensation water,
which is used during the appliance's
automatic cleaning cycle. The filter is
cleaned by emptying out the
condensation water. You should still
check the filter regularly for any buildup, and remove this if necessary.
~ "Cleaning the filter in the
condensation container" on page 37
Operating the appliance
Removing the fluff
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4. Pull the two-part fluff filter apart.
Note: During drying, fluff and hair from
the laundry is trapped by the fluff filter. If
the fluff filter is clogged or dirty, this
reduces the flow of air, preventing the
appliance from achieving optimal drying
results. Dirty fluff filters increase the
power consumption and increase the
required drying time.
Clean the fluff filter after each drying
cycle:
1. Open the door and remove all fluff
from it.
2. Pull out the two-part fluff filter.
5. Open the two parts of the filter.
6. Remove all fluff from both parts of
the filter.
3. Remove the fluff from the fluff filter
recess. Ensure that no fluff falls into
the open shaft.
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Draining the condensation water
7. Rinse off fluff under warm, running
water.
ΠDraining the
condensation water
Condensation will form in the appliance
as it dries the laundry.
You must ensure that the drain hose is
connected when you operate the
appliance.
If there is no drain hose connected to
the appliance, the condensation water
from the appliance will run into the
condensation container. In this case,
you will need to empty the condensation
container each time the dryer finishes
drying the laundry, and also if it
becomes full before drying is complete.
Draingthecondsati water
8. Dry the two parts of the fluff filter,
snap them shut and reinsert the
filter.
Connect the drain hose as follows:
1. Remove any accessories from the
drum.
Caution!
Material damage/damage to the
appliance
If you operate the appliance without a
fluff catcher (e.g. fluff filter, fluff depot,
depending on appliance specifications),
or if the fluff catcher is incomplete or
defective, this may result in damage to
the appliance.
Do not operate the appliance without a
fluff catcher, or with a fluff catcher that is
incomplete or defective.
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2. Remove all items from the bag.
Draining the condensation water
3. Detach the condensation hose from
the socket.
Note: The appliance comes
delivered with the condensation
hose already fitted to the socket.
4. Place the condensation hose in the
"parked" position.
5. Take the drain hose from the
accessories and attach it to the free
socket, pushing it up to the stop.
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6. Secure the other side of the drain
hose using the remaining
accessories, depending on the
connection situation.
Washbasin:
Siphon:
The connection point must be
secured using a hose clamp (1222 mm clamping range, available
from specialist retailers).
When connecting to a siphon, make
sure that the drain hose is routed at
a height of at least 80 cm, but no
more than 100 cm.
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Draining the condensation water
Floor drain:
Caution!
Risk of material damage due to
leaks or draining water.
Secure the drain hose to prevent it
from slipping out. Do not kink or
bend the drain hose. The height
difference between the surface on
which the appliance is installed and
the drain hose must be no more than
100 cm.
Caution!
Risk of accumulated water being
drawn back into the appliance and
causing material damage.
Check that the water drains away
quickly. The drain must not be
sealed or blocked.
7. Pull out the condensation container
horizontally and empty it.
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8. Turn the condensation container
180° onto its underside and remove
the stopper that is fitted.
9. Turn the condensation container
180° again and insert the stopper
into the recess in the top of the
condensation container.
10. Pull the filter out of its snap-in lock.
Cleaning and maintenance
11. Place the filter into the recess on the
condensation container.
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D Cleaning and
maintenance
Cleaning the appliance
Cleanigdmaintec
: Warning
Risk of death!
The appliance is powered by electricity.
There is a risk of electric shock if you
come into contact with live components.
Therefore please note:
12. Slide in the condensation container
until it clicks into place.
■
■
■
■
The condensation water is now
discharged via the drain hose into the
waste-water system or into a washbasin.
Note: If you want to drain the
condensation water back into the
condensation container, reverse these
steps.
Caution!
Risk of material damage/damage to the
appliance
If you are draining condensation water
into the condensation container, liquid
may leak out of the socket and cause
material damage. Before operating the
appliance, make sure that the
condensation hose is secured to the
socket.
■
■
Switch off the appliance. Disconnect
the appliance from the power supply
(pull out the plug).
Never take hold of the mains plug
with wet hands.
When removing the mains plug from
the socket, always take hold of the
plug itself and never the mains
cable, otherwise this may damage
the mains cable.
Do not make any technical
modifications to the appliance or its
features.
Repairs and any other work on the
appliance must only be conducted
by our customer service or by an
electrician. The same applies for
replacing the mains cable (when
necessary).
Spare mains cables can be ordered
from our customer service.
: Warning
Risk of poisoning!
Poisonous fumes may be given off by
cleaning agents that contain solvents,
e.g. cleaning solvent.
Do not use cleaning agents that contain
solvents.
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Cleaning and maintenance
: Warning
Risk of electric shock/material
damage/damage to the appliance!
If moisture penetrates the appliance,
this may cause it to short circuit.
Do not use a pressure washer, steam
cleaner, hose or spray gun to clean
your appliance.
Caution!
Material damage/damage to the
appliance
Cleaning agents and agents for
pretreating laundry (e.g. stain removers,
prewash sprays, etc.) may cause
damage if they come into contact with
the surfaces of the appliance. Therefore
please note:
■
■
■
Do not allow these agents to come
into contact with the surfaces of the
appliance.
Clean the appliance with nothing but
water and a soft, damp cloth.
Remove any detergent, spray or
other residues immediately.
Cleaning the moisture sensor
Note: The moisture sensor measures
the amount of moisture in the laundry.
After long periods of usage, the
moisture sensor may become covered
by a fine layer of limescale or detergent
and care product residue. These
deposits must be removed regularly,
otherwise the drying results may not be
optimal.
1. Open the door.
2. Clean the moisture sensor with a
rough sponge.
Caution!
Risk of damaging the moisture sensor.
The moisture sensor is made from
stainless steel. Do not clean the sensor
with abrasive cleaning products or wire
wool.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning the filter in the
condensation container
Note: The filter in the condensation
container cleans the condensation
water, which is used during the
appliance's automatic cleaning cycle.
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4. Clean the filter under warm, running
water or in the dishwasher.
5. Push the filter in until you feel it lock
into place.
1. Pull out the condensation container
horizontally.
2. Pour out the condensation water.
3. Remove the filter.
Caution!
If the filter is not inserted, fluff can
find its way inside the appliance
and damage it.
Only operate the appliance with the
filter inserted.
6. Push the condensation container in
until you feel it lock into place.
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Information on the display
Y Information on the display
Informationthedisplay
Faults
ð on the display and
drying has stopped.
Cause/remedy
■
■
Empty the condensation container and reinsert it.~ Page 30
Press Start/Pause A.
Once you have installed the optional drain hose*, make sure that it:
Is correctly connected ~ Page 32
Is free of kinks
Is not blocked or clogged, e.g. with deposits
é on the display.
Remove the fluff.~ Page 31
Press Start/Pause A.
’ on the display.
Not a fault. The heat exchanger is being cleaned automatically. Do not pull out
the condensation container while this is displayed.
The display goes out and Not a fault. Energy saving mode is active .
Start/Pause A flashes.
* Depending on how the appliance is equipped or the available accessory
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Note: If you cannot rectify the fault yourself by turning the appliance off and then on
again, please contact our after-sales service. ~ Page 44
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3 Help with the appliance
Helpwitheaplince
Faults
Cause/remedy
The appliance will not start.
Check the mains plug and the fuses.
Creasing.
■
■
Water is leaking out.
Load exceeded or incorrect programme selected for a type of fabric.
All the required information can be found in the programme table.
~ Page 22
Remove laundry from the drum as soon as the drying programme
has finished. Creasing occurs when clothing is left in the drum.
The appliance may be positioned at an angle. Level the appliance.
~ Page 13
Programme duration displayed Not a fault. The moisture sensor measures the residual moisture in the
changes as drying progresses. laundry and adjusts the programme duration (with the exception of timed
programmes).
Laundry is not dried properly or
is still too damp.
After the programme has ended, warm laundry feels damper than it
actually is. Spread out the laundry and let it cool down.
■
Adjust the drying time or increase the degree of dryness. This will
extend the drying time but the temperature will remain the same.
■
Select a timed programme to add extra drying time for laundry that is
still damp.
■
Select a timed programme for a small load.
■
Do not exceed the maximum load for a programme. ~ Page 22
■
Clean the moisture sensor in the drum. The sensor may become covered in a fine layer of limescale or detergent and care product residue, which then impairs its performance. ~ Page 36
■
Drying has been interrupted as a result of a power cut, because the
condensation container is full or because the maximum drying time
has been exceeded.
Note: See also the laundry tips. ~ Page 26
The programme will not start
Make sure that:
■
The door is closed.
■
Child lock E push 3 sec has been deactivated
■
You have pressed Start/Pause A
Note: If the programme has been delayed by setting Finished in ñ, the
programme will start later.
Drying taking too long.
■
■
■
■
■
The appliance may have fluff in it. This will increase the drying time.
Remove the fluff. ~ Page 31
If the air inlet on the appliance is blocked or not fully open, the drying
time may increase. Make sure that the air inlet remains unobstructed.
If the ambient temperature is lower than 15°C or higher than 30°C,
this may increase the drying time.
Inadequate air circulation in the room may increase the drying time.
Make sure the room is adequately ventilated.
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Humidity in the room is increas- Make sure the room is sufficiently ventilated.
ing.
Drying programme is stopped.
If the drying programme is stopped due to a power failure, restart the
programme or remove the laundry and spread it out.
Unusual noises when drying.
Automatic cleaning of the heat exchanger produces noises. This does
not indicate that there is a malfunction on the appliance.
The appliance feels cold
despite drying.
Not a fault. The appliance can dry effectively at low temperatures using a
heat pump.
Residual water in the condensation container despite the
appliance being connected to
the drain hose*.
If the optional drain hose is installed, residual water remains in the condensation container due to the appliance's self-cleaning function.
* Depending on how the appliance is equipped or the available accessory
--------
Note: If you cannot rectify the fault yourself by turning the appliance off and then on
again, please contact our after-sales service. ~ Page 44
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Transporting the appliance
L Transporting the
appliance
:Warning
Risk of injury/material damage/
damage to the appliance!
If you take hold of any of the appliance's
protruding parts (e.g. the appliance
door) in order to lift or move it, these
parts may break off and cause injury.
Do not take hold of any of the
appliance's protruding parts in order to
move the appliance.
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2. Push the condensation container
back into the appliance until you feel
it lock into place.
Transpotingheaplince
: Warning
Risk of injury!
The appliance is very heavy. Lifting it
may result in injury.
Do not lift the appliance on your
own.
■
The appliance has sharp edges on
which you could cut your hands.
Do not take hold of the appliance by
its sharp edges. Wear protective
gloves to lift it.
Prepare the appliance for
transportation as follows:
■
Risk of injury!
1. Pull out the condensation container
horizontally and empty it.
3. Switch on the appliance.
4. Set any programme.
5. Press Start/Pause A.
6. Wait for 5 minutes.
The condensation water will be drained.
7. Empty the condensation container
again.
8. If installed, remove the drain hose
from the washbasin, siphon or floor
drain. ~ Page 32
Caution!
Secure the drain hose to the
appliance to prevent it from slipping
out. Do not kink the drain hose.
9. Switch off the appliance.
10. Disconnect the appliance's mains
plug from the power supply.
The appliance is now ready to be
transported.
Caution!
Risk of material damage/damage to the
appliance
Despite draining, there will always be
some residual water in the appliance.
Any residual water may leak out and
cause material damage.
The appliance should therefore be
transported upright.
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Consumption values
[ Consumption values
Consumption values table
Consumptionvalues
Programme
Spin speed used for
spinning the laundry
(in rpm)
Cottons i
Cupboard Dry »*
Iron Dry ö*
*
Energy consumption**
(in kWh)
9 kg
9 kg
1400
146
1.77
1000
166
2.06
800
186
2.35
1400
109
1.26
1000
129
1.55
800
149
1.84
3.5 kg
3.5 kg
800
57
0.55
600
65
0.65
Easy Care f
Cupboard Dry »*
Duration**
(in min)
Programme setting in accordance with the applicable IEC61121 standard when using the external
drain hose.
** The values may differ from those specified, depending on the type of fabric, composition of laundry to
be dried, residual moisture in the laundry, the degree of dryness that has been set, the amount of laundry
being loaded, the environmental conditions, and any additional functions that have been activated.
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Technical specifications
{ Technical
specifications
Dimensions:
85 x 60 x 60 mm
(height x width x depth)
Weight:
57 kg (depending on the model)
Mains connection:
Mains voltage 220 - 240 V, 50 Hz
Nominal current 10 A
Nominal power max. 1000 W
Maximum load:
9 kg
Technialspecif ations
Drum interior light*
Ambient temperature:
5 - 35 °C
*
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) Disposal
)
Dispoal
Dispose of packaging and the
appliance in an
environmentally responsible
manner.
This appliance is labelled in
accordance with the European
Directive 2012/19/EU, which
governs waste electrical and
electronic equipment (WEEE).
The directive provides a
framework for the collection
and recycling of old
appliances, which is valid
across the EU.
Caution!
Risk of fire/risk of poisoning/risk of
material damage and damage to the
appliance
The appliance contains R290, a
refrigerant that is environmentally
friendly but flammable. If it is not
disposed of correctly, this may result in
fire or poisoning.
Dispose of the appliance correctly and
do not damage the pipes in the
refrigerant circuit.
Depending on the appliance features
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After-sales service
4 After-sales service
If you cannot rectify the fault yourself by
turning the appliance off and then on
again, please contact our after-sales
service.~ Enclosed after-sales service
directory or cover page
We will always find an appropriate
solution in order to avoid unnecessary
visits by engineers.
Please provide the after-sales service
with the product number (E no.) and the
production number (FD) of the
appliance.
After-sal ervic
(1U
E no.
FD
)'
Product number
Production number
You can find this information,
depending on the model*:
On the inside of the door*/open service
flap* and at the rear of the appliance.
Trust in the expertise of the
manufacturer.
Contact us for assistance. By doing so,
you can be sure that the repairs are
carried out by trained service engineers
using genuine spare parts.
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