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Hotpoint NT CM10 8BSK EX Setup and user guide
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Quick guide
THANK YOU FOR BUYING A ARISTON PRODUCT.
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Before using the appliance carefully read the Safety Instructions.
CONTROL PANEL
1
2
3
On/Off Button (Reset if long pressed)
Programme Selection Knob
Start/Pausa
Options Buttons*
4 Dryness Level
5 Timed Drying
6 Start Delay
7 Gentle
8 Crease Care (if long pressed Key Lock)
9 Cycle End
END
9
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180’
120’
9h
90’
60’
30’
6h
8
3h
DEMO
3“
1h
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2
4
5
6
3
7
*Note: some models may have the wording in full instead of the icons
INDICATORS
Cycle Phase:
Drying - Cool Down - END End of Cycle
Empty water tank Clean door filter Clean bottom filter Refer to troubleshooting section:
Failure: Call after sales service. DEMO Demo Mode
FIRST TIME USE
PROGRAMMES
Make sure that the water tank is correctly inserted. Make sure
that the drain hose on the back of the dyrer is properly fixed,
either to the dryers's water tank or to the domestic sewage
system.
Should you wish to change the opening side of the door, please
contact our After-sales Service. (See phone number in the
warranty booklet).
1.Mixed
kg 4 Time 100'
This programme is ideal for drying cotton and synthetic fabrics
together.
2.Eco Cotton
kg Max*
Time 130'
Standard cotton programme, suitable to dry normally wet
cotton laundry. Most efficient programme in terms of energy
consumption for drying cotton laundry. The values on the Energy
Label are based on this programme.
3.Synthetics
kg 4 Time 90'
This programme is suitable for synthetic garments or cotton
blends/synthetic.
4.Wool kg 1 Time 100'
Programme for drying wool clothing. It is advisable to turn the
garments inside out before drying. Leave to dry naturally the heaviest
edges that are still damp.
5.Silk kg 0,5 Time 95'
Gentle drying of silk garments.
6.Anti Allergy
kg Max*
Time 160'
This cycle has the “Allergy UK” approval of “The British Allergy
Foundation” attesting the effective reduction and elimination of
allergens. It can be used both with damp load (drying and treatment)
and dry load (half load only).
7.Daily
kg 2 Time 100'
Ideal for drying garments of cotton blends or synthetics spun at
high speed in the washing machine.​
8.Cuddly Toys Kg 2,5 Time 196'
DAILY USE
Doing this will keep your machine working at its BEST!
Remember to empty your water tank after each drying cycle.
Remember to clean your filters after each drying cycle. (Refer to
section Care & Maintanence).
1. Open the door and load garments. Always refer to instructions
on clothing labels and the max loads indicated in the programme
section. Empty pockets. Make sure garments do not get caught
between the door and/or the door filter.
2. Close the door.
3. Press the button On/Off.
4. Select the programme according to the laundry type.
5. Select the options, if necessary.
6. To start the cycle, press the Start/Pause button.
7. At the end of the drying cycle, a buzzer will beep. An indicator on
the control panel signals the end of the cycle. Pull the load out
immediately to prevent the formation of creases on laundry.
8. Turn the machine off by pressing the button On/Off, open the
door and pull clothing out. If the machine is not switched off
manually, after about a quarter of an hour from the cycle end, the
appliance turns off automatically to save energy.
If this last stage is not carried out immediately, some machines
and/or some programmes/options are equipped with Crease Care
system. For some hours, after the end of drying, the drum rotates
at regular intervals to prevent the formation of creases.
In case of power failure, it is necessary to press the button Start/
Pause to restart the cycle.
The cycle preserves the original appearance and brilliance of the cuddly
toys at best. Remove all accessories before proceeding with drying.
Every single piece must not exceed 600 gr.
*MAX LOAD 8 Kg
(Dry load)
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Always check the care labels, especially when placing garments in
OPENING OF THE
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May be tumble dried.
Do not tumble dry.
Tumble dry – high heat.
Tumble dry – low heat.
The duration of these programs will depend on the size of the
load, types of textiles, the spin speed used in your washer and
any extra options selected. In machines equipped with display,
the duration of the cycles is shown on the control panel. The
remaining time is constantly checked and adjusted during the
drying cycle to show the best possible estimate.
9.Refresh
A short programme suitable for refreshing fibres and
garments by means of fresh air. Do not use with garments that are
still wet. It can be used on with any load size but is more effective
with small loads. The cycle duration is about 20 minutes.
10.Duvet Time 240'
Programme intended to dry bulky garments, as single duvet.
11.Bed & Bath Kg Max*
Time 170'
This programme is intended for drying cotton towels and
sheets.
12.Fitness Kg 4 Time 90''
For drying sports garments made of synthetics or cotton.
13.Baby
kg 2 Time 70'
A programme intended to dry garments and linen of newborn babies (cotton and chenille), as well as delicate garments.
Do not dry garments having plastic covering.
14.Jeans
kg 3 Time 80'
For drying cotton jeans-wear and garments made of robust
cotton, like denim, such as trousers and jackets.
15.Shirts
kg 3 Time 70'
This is a programme for Shirts made from cotton or cotton
blend/synthetics.
OPTIONS
After selecting the programme, the various options can be
set, if necessary.
Dryness Level
Press the related button several times to obtain a different
level of residual moisture on garments. An indicator signals the
level being selected.
Iron Dry: a very delicate ironing. Suitable for making ironing
of garments easier immediately after the end of the cycle.
Hanger Dry: a level intended for delicate garments ready to
be hanged.
Cupboard Dry: the garments are ready to be folded and put
away.
Extra Dry: used for garments to be worn at the end of the
cycle.
h Start Delay
This option allows you to set the delay of the cycle start. Press
the corresponding button several times to obtain the required
delay. After having reached the max. settable time, the option is
reset by pressing the button again. An indicator on the control
panel signals the time being selected. After having pressed the
button Start/Pause, the machine signals the remaining time
for the cycle start. In case of door opening, after closing, it is
necessary to press the button Start/Pause.
Timed Drying
This option allows to set the drying time. Press the
corresponding button to set the required time for drying. An
indicator on the control panel signals the time being selected.
Gentle
Enables a more gentle treatment of the laundry by reducing
the drying temperature.
OPTIONS BUTTONS
These buttons serves to personalise the selected programme
according to personal requirements.
Not all options are available for all programmes. Some options
are incompatible with the ones previously set. The buzzer and/or
blinking indicators will signal the incompatibility. If the option is
available, the option indicator will stay on. Some options may be
kept in the memory of the programme if selected in the previous
drying.
Crease Care
This option add a crease treatment at the end of the cycle
by means of a periodic rotation of the drum (duration up to 10
hours). It is particularly suitable when it is not possible to remove
the laundry as soon as the drying ends. If this option is used
together with the Start Delay, the crease treatment is added
also in the Start Delay phase. This option remains in memory if
selected in the previous drying.
Key Lock
This option makes all machine controls inaccesible, except
the button On/Off. When the machine is on:
• to activate the option, keep the button pressed until the
indicator goes on.
• to disable the option, keep the button pressed until the
indicator goes off. This option remains in memory if selected in
the previous drying.
Cycle End
This option activates a prolonged buzzer at the end of the
cycle. Enable it if you are not sure to hear the normal sound at the
end of the cycle. This option remains in memory if selected in the
previous drying.
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Quick guide
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The filters are essential parts for drying. They are intended
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collect
lint formed
during
drying
process.
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Unplug the dryer during the cleaning and maintenance tousing
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procedures.
seriously affected: the drying times would be longer, the
Emptying the water tank after each cycle (see Fig. A).
energy consumption would increase and the dryer could be
damaged. If these procedures are not carried out properly,
Pull the container out of the dryer and and empty it into a sink
the dryer may not start.
or other suitable drain, then place it back. Do not use the dryer
without having inserted the container back in place.
TRANSPORT AND HANDLING
Cleaning the door filter after each cycle (see Fig. B).
Pull the filter out and clean it by removing the lint from the filter Never lift the dryer by holding it at the worktop.
surface under running water or using a vacuum cleaner. For optimal 1. Unplug the dryer.
performance, dry up all the filters before inserting them back in 2. Make sure that door and water tank are properly closed.
place. Do not use the dryer without having reinserted the filter in 3. If the drain hose is connected to your sewage system, fix the
place.
drain hose on the rear of the dryer again (see Installation Guide).
Remove the door filter as described below:
1. Open the door and pull upwards.
Power consumption
2. Open the filter and
remove lint from all its parts. Replace it correctly.
off-mode (Po) - Watts
0.50
Ensure it is completely inserted flush with the dryer seal.
left-on mode (Pl) - Watts
1.00
Cleaning the bottom filter when the relevant indicator
Programs
Kg
kWh
Minutes
turns on (see Fig. C).
Pull the filter out and remove the lint from its surface by washing
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Eco Cotton *
it under runing water or by using a vacuum cleaner. However,
4
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70
Eco Cotton
it is advisable to clean this filter after each cycle to optimise
drying performance. Do not use the dryer without having
Synthetics
4
1.83
90
inserted the filter in place first.
*This is the reference programme for the energy label and suitable to
Remove the bottom filter and the condenser as described below:
dry normal wet cotton laundry. This is the most efficient programme
1. Open the bottom door.
in terms of energy consumption for drying wet cotton laundry.
(Standard/Default starting configuration)
2. Take the handle and pull the bottom filter out.
3. Open the rear side of the filter and remove the lint from the
inner surface of the mesh.
4. Clean the bottom filter chamber (there might be residual
water: this is normal).
5a. Approximately every 3 months, clean the condensing unit
(figure D) situated behind the bottom filter.
5b. Lower the levers situated on the sides of the condenser. After
having removed the condenser, clean it under running water.
5c. Place the condenser back in place and lift the levers.
6. Close the rear side of the bottom filter and place it back by
checking it is perfectly integrated in place.
7. Lower the filter handle and close the bottom door.
8. Make sure the air intake is free.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
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3.
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A
Water bottle
Air Intake
Bottom filter and condenser
Door filter
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C
B
D
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Quick guide
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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Safety
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Malfunction
The tumble
dryer does not
turn on.
The tumble
dryer does not
start
The drying
times are very
long
Possible cause
The plug is not inserted into the socket.
Solution
Insert the plug into the socket.
The plug is faulty.
Try to plug another appliance in the same socket. Do not use
connecting electrical devices to the socket, as adapters or extensions
A power failure occurred.
Await the reactivation of the power supply.
The door is open.
Close the door.
For machines equipped with this function: await the end of the delay
set or switch the machine off to reset it. Refer to the section Options.
A time delay for the cycle start was set.
The button Start/Pause was not pressed to start Press the button Start/Pause.
the program.
The function Key Lock was enabled (in case of
machines equipped with this option).
Refer to the option section and, if the Key Lock is present, disable it.
Switching the machine off is not enough to disable this option.
An appropriate maintenance was not carried
out.
The programme, the time and/or the drying
level set are not suitable for the type and the
amount of load inserted into the dryer.
Refer to the section Care & Maintenance and perform the operations
described.
The garments are too wet.
Carry out a washing cycle with higher spin speed to remove as much
water as possible.
Refer to the programme section to check the max. load for each
programme.
In case of power failure, it is necessary to press the button Start/Pause
to restart the cycle.
The dryer may be overloaded.
The programme A power failure occurred might have occurred.
did not end.
Lights on or flashing
Refer to the section programmes and options to find the programme
and the options most suitable for the type of load.
Water tank
The water tank is full.
Emtpy the water tank. Refer to the section Care & Maintenance.
Door filter
and/or bottom
filter*
Failure of the air flow necessary for machine
operation.
Clean the door filter and the bottom one and check whether air
intake is free. Carrying out these operations improperly may cause
damages.
Bottom filter*
The bottom filter requires cleaning.
Clean the bottom filter. Refer to section Care & Maintanence.
Disable the DEMO mode. The following actions must be carried out
in sequence, without breaks. Switch the machine on and then switch
The dryer is in DEMO mode. The DEMO
it off again. Press the Start/Pause button until the buzzer is heard.
indicator is on.
Switch the machine on again. The “DEMO” indicator flashes and then
turns off.
The presence of wrench Switch
symbolthe
signals
malfunction.
Carry
out the
described.
dryera off
and unplug
it. Open
theoperations
door immediately
and
Switch
the
dryer
off
and
unplug
it.
Open
the
door
immediately
and
pull
landry
out,
to
allow
pull
laundry
out,
to
allow
the
heat
to
dissipate.
Wait
for
about
15
The presence
the heat to dissipate. Wait
for about
one hour.the
Reconnect
the power
dryer to
the power
supply,
load
minutes.
Reconnect
dryer to the
supply,
load the
laundry
of wrench END The machine sensors detected
the laundry
and restart the
a failure.
anddrying
restartcycle.
the drying cycle. If the problem still occurs, contact
symbol signals a
the After-Sales Service Centre and communicate the letters and
malfunction.
180’
digits flashing on the display.
For instance: F3 and E2
120’
9h
DEMO
The cycle lasts
few minutes.
90’
6h
60’
3h
30’
DEMO
1h
If the problem still occurs, contact the After-Sales Service Centre and communicate the
number and the position of the flashing LEDs, starting from the bottom and the left column.
e.g.:
First, left column, LEDs No. 1 and 3 on.
Central column, LED No. 1 on.
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*Note: some models are self-cleaning and not equipped with bottom filter. Please refer to the section Care & Maintenance.
You can download the Safety Instructions, User Manual, Product Fiche and Energy data by:
• Visiting our website - www.aristonchannel.com
• Using QR Code
• Alternatively, contact our After-sales Service (See phone number in the warranty booklet). When
contacting our After-sales Service, please state the codes provided on your product’s identification plate.
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