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Candy ABCDE105-80 User manual
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User Instructions
CDE105
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Safety reminders
WARNING Check that the product has no
visible signs of damage before use. If damaged
do not use and please call our national number:
08705 400 600.
WARNING Do not use the product if the fluff
filter is not in position or is damaged; fluff could
be ignited.
WARNING Foam rubber materials can, under
certain circumstances, when heated become
ignited by spontaneous combustion. Foam
plastic, foam rubber and rubber-like material are
not suitable for tumble drying. Articles made
from these materials MUST NOT be placed in
the dryer.
Always refer to the laundry care labels for
directions on suitability for drying.
WARNING Misuse of a tumble dryer may create
a fire hazard.
WARNING Where the hot surface symbol
is located the temperature rise during
operation of the tumble dryer may be in excess of
60 degrees C.
User’s manual. This machine should only be
used for its intended purpose as described in this
manual. Ensure that it is fully understood before
operating.
Installation. This machine should not be
installed in a bathroom or shower room.
Never install the dryer against curtains and be
sure to prevent items from falling or collecting
behind the dryer.
Ventilation. Adequate ventilation must be
provided in the room where the tumble dryer is
located to prevent gases from appliances burning
other fuels, including open fires, being drawn
into the room during operation of the tumble
dryer.
Exhaust air must not be discharged into a flue
which is used for exhausting fumes from
appliances burning gas or other fuels.
Check regularly that the air flowing through the
dryer is not restricted.
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Check the fluff filter after use, and clean, if
necessary.
The venting hose or duct should be checked
periodically and any accumulation of fluff
removed.
The inlet and outlets should be kept free from
obstructions.
If the dryer is used frequently the period
between checks should be reduced accordingly.
Dryness. Clothes should be spin dried or
thoroughly wrung before they are put into the
tumble dryer. Clothes that are dripping wet
should NOT be put into the dryer.
Lighters and matches must not be left in
pockets and NEVER use flammable liquids near
the machine.
Glass fibre curtains should never be put in this
machine. Skin irritation may occur if other
garments are contaminated with the glass fibres.
Garments treated or contaminated with
flammable cleaning sprays or liquids such as
petrol, cooking oil or aerosol sprays must not be
put in this machine.
Lint or fluff must not be allowed to collect on
the floor around the outside of the machine.
Cool down period. The drum inside may be
very hot. Always allow the dryer to complete the
cool down period before removing the laundry.
Faults. Do not continue to use this machine if it
appears to be faulty.
After use. Remove the plug from the electricity
supply. Always remove the plug before cleaning
the appliance.
Supply cord. If the supply cord on this
appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by a
special cord which is only available from GIAS
Service or an authorised Hoover Dealer.
GIAS Service. To ensure the continued safe and
efficient operation of this appliance we
recommend that any servicing or repairs are only
carried out by an authorised GIAS service
engineer.
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Installation
Before using the tumble dryer for the
first time:
● please read this instruction book
thoroughly.
● remove all items packed inside drum.
● wipe the inside of the drum and door
with a damp cloth to remove any dust
which may have settled in transit.
IMPORTANT: This dryer must only be
used for drying household textiles and
garments where a water solution has
been used for the cleaning process.
IMPORTANT: The wires in the mains
lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Blue
Brown
Green-and-yellow
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NEUTRAL
LIVE
EARTH
If the supply cord on this appliance is
damaged, it must be replaced by a special
cord which is only available from GIAS
Service or an authorised Hoover Dealer.
DO NOT tumble dry fabrics treated
with dry cleaning fluids.
Electrical requirements
WARNING!
ELECTRICITY CAN BE
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED.
This appliance is fitted with a moulded-on
non-rewireable plug (in the UK fitted with
a 13 Amp fuse).
The plug should be accessible for
disconnection after the appliance has been
installed.
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Installation
Preparing the load
Installation requirements Preparing the load
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SUPPLY CORD
Before using the dryer for the first time
wipe the inside of the drum and door with a
damp cloth.
Make sure that the laundry you are going to
dry is suitable for drying in a tumble dryer,
as shown by the care symbols on each item.
Clothes preparation
AIR INLET
VENTS
AIR OUTLETS
IN BASE
IMPORTANT: This dryer must be
installed such that the air inlets and
outlets are not restricted (fig. 1).
There should be a gap of at least 12mm
(0.5 inches) between the sides rear and base
of the machine and the surrounding walls,
cabinets and floor.
To ensure adequate ventilation the space
between the bottom of the machine and the
floor must not be obstructed.
Check that all fastenings are closed and that
pockets are empty. Turn the articles inside
out. Place clothes loosely in the drum to
make sure that they don’t get tangled.
Warning:
Do not overload the drum, large items
when wet can exceed the maximum
admissible clothes load (for example:
sleeping bags, duvets).
Maximum drying weight
● Cottons Max. 5 kg
● Synthetics Max. 2.5 kg
Sort the load as follows:
A) By care symbols
On the collar or inside seam:
NEVER install the dryer up against
curtains.
Suitable for tumble drying.
Prevent items from falling or collecting
behind and beneath the dryer as these may
obstruct the air inlets and outlets.
Tumble drying at low temperature only.
Tumble drying at high temperature.
Do not tumble dry.
B) By amount and thickness
Whenever the load is bigger than the
dryer capacity, separate clothes
according to thickness (e.g. towels from
thin underwear).
C) By type of fabric
Cottons/linen: Towels, cotton jersey,
bed and table linen.
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Preparing the load
Synthetics: Blouses, shirts, overalls, etc.
made of polyester or polyamid, as well
as for cotton/synthetic mixes.
Door
Opening the door
Pull on handle to open door (fig. 2).
D) By drying level
● Sort into: iron dry, cupboard dry, etc.
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● For delicate articles press the ‘HEAT
SETTING’ button to select low drying
temperature.
● For airing or drying very delicate
articles select the REFRESH option on
the ‘drying time’ dial (
).
Do not tumble dry:
Woollens, silk, delicate fabrics, nylon
stockings, delicate embroidery, fabrics with
metallic decorations, garments with PVC or
leather trimmings, training shoes, bulky
items such as sleeping bags, etc.
To restart the dryer, close the door and
press the ‘START/PAUSE’ button.
IMPORTANT: Do not dry articles which
have been treated with a dry cleaning
fluid or rubber clothes (danger of fire or
explosion).
Energy saving
Only put into the tumble dryer laundry
which has been thoroughly wrung or spindried. The drier the laundry the shorter the
drying time thus saving electricity.
WARNING!
WHEN THE TUMBLE DRYER IS
IN USE THE DRUM AND DOOR
MAY BE VERY HOT.
ALWAYS try to dry the maximum weight
of laundry, this will save time and
electricity.
NEVER exceed the maximum weight, this
will waste time and electricity.
ALWAYS check that the filter is clean
before every drying cycle as this aids
efficiency.
NEVER put dripping wet items into the
tumble dryer, this may damage the
appliance and waste time and efficiency.
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Filter
Water container
Filter
Water Container
IMPORTANT: To maintain the efficiency
of the dryer check that the fluff filter is
clean before each drying cycle.
The water removed from the laundry
during the drying cycle is collected in a
container at the bottom of the dryer.
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1. Pull the filter upwards (fig. 3).
2. Open filter as shown (fig. 4).
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When the container is full the ‘EMPTY
WATER’ indicator on the control panel
will light, and the container MUST be
emptied. However, we recommend that the
container is emptied after each drying
cycle.
Note: Very little water will collect during
the first few cycle of a new machine as an
internal reservoir is filled first.
To remove the container:
1. Gently pull the bottom of the kickplate
so that it unclips from the dryer. The top
section can then be unhinged allowing
the kickplate to be completely removed
(fig. 5).
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3. Gently remove lint using a soft brush or
your fingertips.
4. Snap the filter together and push back
into place.
Filter Care Indicator
Lights when the filter needs cleaning.
If the laundry is not drying check that the
filter is not clogged.
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2. Pull firmly on the handgrip and slide the
water container out of the dryer (fig. 6).
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Condenser
3. Support the container with both hands.
When full, the water container will
weigh about 4kg (fig. 7).
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2. Turn the two locking levers anticlockwise (fig. 9).
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3. Pull out the condenser unit (fig. 10).
4. Open the lid located on the top of the
container and empty the water (fig. 8).
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5. Refit the lid and slide the water
container back into position. PUSH
FIRMLY INTO PLACE.
6. Refit the kickplate by engaging the
hinges at the top and ‘snapping’ the
lower clips into place.
4. Gently remove any dust or fluff with a
cloth, then wash the unit by holding it
under a running tap (fig. 11) turning it
so that water flows between the plates,
to remove any dust or fluff.
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Condenser
IMPORTANT: Always switch off and
remove the plug from the electricity
supply before cleaning the condenser.
To maintain the efficiency of the dryer
regularly check that the condenser is
clean.
To remove the condenser:
1. Remove the kickplate (fig. 5).
5. Refit the condenser ensuring it is
pushed firmly into place. Lock the two
levers by turning them clockwise.
6. Refit the kickplate.
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Drying guide
Controls and indicators
Drying guide
The table shows approximate drying times, depending on the type of fabric and dampness
of the clothes.
HEAT SETTING HEAVY LOAD MEDIUM LOAD LIGHT LOAD
COTTON
HIGH
100-130 min
65-75 min
50-60 min
SYNTHETICS
LOW
–
60-70 min
40-50 min
ACRYLIC
LOW
–
40-55 min
30-40 min
FAST IRON PROGRAMME: RELAXES CREASES - EASIER TO IRON
REMEMBER: During the last 15 minutes the load is always tumbled in cool air.
Programme
1
2
3
4
5
6
Drying Guide
Bone Dry
Extra Dry
Cupboard Dry
Iron Dry
Medium Dry
Damp Dry
For delicate fabrics select LOW HEAT button for all Drying Programmes. This reduces
the drying temperature to protect your garments.
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Operation
Control panel and indicator lights
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10
4
2
3
1
6
8
9
11
7
5
1. ‘ALARM’ button – press to switch off buzzer.
2. ‘ON/OFF’ button and indicator – press to switch on, the indicator will light.
3. ‘HEAT SETTING’ button – press to reduce the heat level for delicate items, press
again to select high temperature.
HIGH Heat setting
LOW Heat setting
4. ‘DIGITAL DISPLAY’ – shows the number of hours remaining when ‘DELAY
START’ is selected.
5. ‘PROGRAM’ dial – selects drying time program.
6. ‘FILTER CARE’ indicator – lights when filter needs cleaning.
7. ‘EMPTY WATER’ indicator – lights when water container is full.
8. ‘COOLING INDICATOR’ – lights when the drying cycle is in the cooldown period.
9. ‘HEATING’ indicator – lights when the drying cycle is in the heating period.
10. ‘START/PAUSE’ button – press to start the drying cycle.
11. ‘DELAY START’ button – press to delay the start of the drying cycle by up to 9 hours.
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Operation
Operation
1. Open the door and load the drum with
laundry. Ensure that garments do not
hinder closure of the door.
2. Gently close the door pushing it slowly
until you hear the door ‘click’ shut.
3. Press the ‘ON/OFF’ button to switch on
the dryer. The indicator will light.
4. Turn the ‘PROGRAM’ dial to select the
required drying program:
e.g. if you are drying cotton laundry and
would like it suitable for ironing please
select the iron dry option.
The FAST IRON setting shown by the
symbol
on the ‘PROGRAM’ dial
provides a conditioning and anti-crease
function. The dryer will heat the load
for 9 minutes followed by a 3 minute
cool down period and is especially good
for garments which may have been left
for some time prior to ironing, in a linen
basket for example. Garments may also
become stiffened when dried outside on
a washing line or inside on radiators.
The FAST IRON process relaxes the
creases in the fabric making ironing
quicker and easier.
5. If drying delicate items on the ‘timed’
programs press the ‘HEAT SETTING’
button to reduce the heat level. Press
again on completion, to select high
temperature.
HIGH Heat setting
LOW Heat setting
If airing or drying very delicate items
select the REFRESH option on the
‘drying time’ dial
.
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6. Press the ‘START/PAUSE’ button. The
dryer will start automatically and the
‘HEATING’ indicator will light.
Drying sensor
A sensor will detect when the load is
dry. The drying cycle will then go into
the cooldown period and the
‘COOLING’ indicator will light.
After 10 minutes of cooldown the drum
will stop rotating automatically.
Note:
(i) The sensor may not detect a small
load of small articles. For small loads
and separate items or pre-dried
fabrics with low moisture content,
utilise the timed programmes. Set the
programme between 30 and 75
minutes depending upon the load size
and dryness required and select high
or low heat depending upon the
fabric type. If this is not carried out
the dryer will only operate for 10
minutes before going into cooldown.
(ii) If the sensor does not operate,
for example when a load is too large
or too wet to tumble dry, the dryer
will automatically go into cooldown
after 180 minutes.
The dryer can be set to start up to 9
hours after the program has been set.
To set the time delay option press and
release the ‘DELAY START’ button
until the required delay (shown in
hours) appears on the display and then
press the ‘START/PAUSE’ button.
The display will flash.
As each hour passes the figure shown
on the display will count down. When
it gets to 0 the dryer will start.
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Operation
The delay can be changed at any time
simply by pressing the button until the
new figure appears on the display.
Every 15 minutes the dryer will tumble
the load for 5 seconds and the buzzer
will sound.
If there is an interruption to the
electricity supply the time delay will
be lost and so will have to be re-set
when the power is restored.
This process will be repeated until the
‘creaseguard’ function is cancelled by
opening the door.
7. To switch off the buzzer, which
sounds at the end of each cycle, press
the ‘ALARM’ button.
8. The load is dried by tumbling in
thermostatically controlled warm air.
Cool air is used for the last 10 minutes
to reduce creasing and cool the load
ready for handling. During this time
the ‘COOLING’ indicator is lit.
11. Clean the filter and empty the water
container after every drying cycle to
ensure maximum dryer efficiency. (See
‘Filter’ and ‘Water Container’ sections.)
12. Clean the condenser after approximately
every 10 drying cycles to ensure
maximum dryer efficiency.
(See ‘Condenser’ section.)
9. When the program is fully completed
the drum will stop rotating. The dial
remains at the position of the selected
program. The ‘COOLING’ indicator
will flash and the buzzer will sound.
10. Open the door and remove the load.
WARNING!
THE DRUM, DOOR AND LOAD
MAY BE VERY HOT.
If the load is not removed from the
dryer at the end of the drying cycle, a
‘creaseguard’ function is activated.
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Technical specifications
Cleaning the dryer
IMPORTANT: Always switch off and
remove the plug from the electricity
supply before cleaning this appliance.
Clean the filter and empty the water
container after every drying cycle.
Regularly clean the condenser.
After each period of use, wipe the inside of
the drum and leave the door open for a
while to allow circulation of air to dry it.
Wipe the outside of the machine and the
door with a soft cloth.
DO NOT use abrasive pads or cleaning
agents.
To prevent the door sticking, periodically
clean the door gasket with a ‘non- scratch
cream cleaner’.
Over a period of time deposits from the
water may form over the sensor plate
(found inside the drum below the door
opening). This sensor plate can be cleaned
with a soft cloth and a dilute vinegar
solution. Ensure that any excess is removed
or the vinegar may stain clothing.
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Technical
specifications
Drum capacity
Maximum load
Height
Width
Depth
Energy Label Band
115 litres
5 kg
85cm
60cm
60cm
C
Note: For electrical data refer to the rating
label on the front of the dryer cabinet (with
the door open).
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Trouble shooting
Trouble shooting
Should your dryer operate incorrectly,
check the following points before calling
for a service engineer.
Drying time is too long/clothes are not
dry enough:
● Have you selected the correct drying
time/programme? Go to page 8.
● Were the clothes too wet? Were the
clothes thoroughly wrung or spin-dried?
● Does the filter need cleaning? Go to
page 6.
● Does the condenser need cleaning?
Go to page 7.
● Is the dryer overloaded? Go to page 4.
● Are the inlets, outlets and base of the
dryer free from obstructions?
● Is the load too small? Go to page 10.
● Has the ‘HEAT SETTING’ button been
selected from a previous cycle? Go to
page 9.
● Is the sensor system clean? Deposits
from the water may form over the
sensor plate. Go to page 12 “Cleaning
the dryer”.
The dryer does not operate:
● Is there a working electricity supply to
the dryer? Check using another
appliance such as a table lamp.
● Is the plug properly connected to the
mains supply?
● Is there a power failure?
● Has the fuse blown?
● Is the door fully closed? Go to page 10.
● Is the dryer switched on, both at the
mains supply and at the machine? Go to
page 9.
● Has the drying time or the programme
been selected? Go to page 9.
● Has the machine been switched on again
after opening the door? Go to page 5.
● Has the ‘DELAY START’ option been
set and is there still time remaining?
Go to page 10.
● Has the dryer stopped operating
because the water tray is full and needs
emptying? Go to page 6.
● Have you pressed the ‘START/PAUSE’
button to begin the program? Go to
page 10.
Filter Care Indicator on
● Does the filter need cleaning?
Go to page 6.
● Does the condenser need cleaning?
Go to page 7.
Empty Water Indicator on
● Does the water container need
emptying? Go to page 6.
If the supply cord on this appliance is
damaged, it must be replaced by a special
cord which is only available from GIAS
Service or an authorised Hoover Dealer.
Should there still be a problem with your
dryer after completing all the
recommended checks, please call the
national GIAS Service number
08705 400 600 (Eire - 018301 666) for
advice. They may be able to assist you over
the telephone or arrange for a suitable
appointment for an engineer to call under
the terms of your guarantee. However, a
charge may be made if any of the following
applies to your machine:
● Is found to be in working order.
● Has not been installed in accordance
with the installation instructions.
● Has been used incorrectly.
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Guarantee
HOOVER Spares
Hoovercare
Always use genuine Hoover spares,
available direct from GIAS Service on
01204 556111.
To maintain your HOOVER product in
peak condition you may also wish to take
out a Hoovercare policy, which for an
annual payment provides a comprehensive
maintenance and repair scheme.
Not available in Eire.
GIAS Service
For service and repairs call your local
engineer on our national number
08705 400 600 (Eire-018301 666).
Hoover Spares
GIAS Service
Repairs and
General
Enquiries
01204 556111
– 08705 400 600
–
(Eire 018301 666)
YOUR GUARANTEE
Hoover guarantees all parts of this product for 5 years from the date of purchase.
During that time HOOVER engineers will replace or repair all defective parts free of
charge, except for parts subject to fair wear and tear such as belts.
The engineers call out fee and labour costs are chargeable after the first 12 months.
To qualify for benefits under the guarantee, you must be resident in the UK or Eire
and be able to provide proof of date of purchase and the appliance must have been
installed and used in accordance with Hoover instructions. Consequential losses and
accidental damage to the product are not covered by the guarantee.
If you have any trouble with your HOOVER product simply telephone the national
GIAS Service number.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory or common law rights.
Hoover cannot be responsible for the results of using this machine for any purposes
other than those described in these instructions.
HOOVER LIMITED PENTREBACH MERTHYR TYDFIL MID-GLAMORGAN CF48 4TU
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