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Whirlpool AWZ 7456 Instruction for Use
Machine operation
Additional information (including troubleshooting and service) can be found in the individual sections of the Instructions For Use.
Sort laundry according to
care symbols
Do not tumble dry
Suitable for tumble drying at low temperatures
Sort laundry by:
Material thickness: Whenever there is greater load than the dryer can handle,
separate laundry according to weight (e.g. dry towels and thin underwear separately).
Type of material: Cotton (linen); synthetic textiles (easy care).
Degree of drying: Cupboard dry, iron dry etc.
Suitable for tumble drying
Do not tumble dry: Woolens, silk, nylon stockings, delicate embroidery, fabrics with
metallic decorations, bulky items such as sleeping bags or pillows.
Preparing laundry
Check that all fastenings are closed and that pockets are empty. Ensure that there are
no cigarette lighters in the wash. Turn laundry inside out.
Loading dryer
Place laundry loosely in the drum to achieve equal drying throughout. Then close the
door.
Selecting programme
Select the drying programme required by turning the programme selector knob (for
information, refer to programme table).
Selecting options
(if available)
Starting dryer
Programme end unloading dryer
Switching dryer off
Select a time programme for drying small loads.
Select the option required by pressing the corresponding button.
The indicator lamp above the relevant button lights up to confirm your selection.
A fast blinking lamp indicates that a wrong selection is made (incompatible option).
Press the button again to cancel the option.
The drying programme in started by pressing the “Start” button.
The relevant indicator lamp lights up. A fast blinking “Start”-lamp indicates that the
door is not well closed or the heat-exchanger is not well inserted.
Changing programme selection: If the programme selected is changed during drying,
the dryer stops. The “Start” indicator lamp flashes.
To operate the new programme, press the “Start” button again.
Warning: Never stop a tumble dryer before the end of the drying cycle, unless all
items are quickly removed and spread out so that the heat is dissipated.
The final part of a drying cycle occurs without heat (cool-down cycle) to ensure that
the items reach a lower temperature to avoid wrinkling.
Anti-Crease: If the laundry is not removed at the end of the drying cycle, an automatic
anti-crease cycle will operate for maximum 15 min. The drum rotates to prevent the
laundry from creasing.
End: Take the laundry out of the dryer. The drying process is complete and the anticrease phase has been reached (active).
Set the programme selector knob to “Off” (“O”).
Cleaning the lint filter: Open door, pull lint filter up and out of machine and open it. Brush lint using a soft brush or your fingertips.
Close lint filter and push firmly back into place (more detailed informations are given in the Instructions For Use).
Emptying the water container: Pull container out by the handle and empty. Replace the container when empty by pushing it
completely back into place.
Empty the water container after each drying process, because a full water container will stop the drying process before the
laundry is dry.
Please note: Only use additives/plastic items specified as dryer safe and rinse items that have been treated with stain remover
thoroughly in plenty of water before drying. Never dry rubber objects or objects stained with vegetable oils in the dryer.
The Manufacturer is not liable for any damage to laundry resulting from inadequate or incorrect fabric care instructions which
have been provided with the garment or article.
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Overview of programmes
Options
Type of textile
Fabrics
Programmes / Drying levels
Airing
Special
programmes
Easy care
Cotton
Extra dry
Cupboard dry **
6Kg
6Kg
Multi-layered, thick laundry such as: terry towels, terry
towelling bath robes.
Similar types of laundry which do not require ironing
such as: dry towels, bed linen, underwear, baby clothes,
T-shirts, cotton socks.
Iron dry **
Laundry which requires ironing such as: bed and table
linen, dry towels, T-shirts, polo shirts, work clothes.
Extra dry
Laundry with thick, multi-layered areas such as: bed
and table linen, track suits, anoraks, blankets.
Cupboard dry **
Laundry which does not require ironing such as: shirts,
blouses, T-shirts, sportswear.
Iron dry
Laundry which requires ironing such as: trousers,
dresses, skirts, shirts, blouses.
Cotton or linen hot wash/
coloured laundry
Max. 6 kg
Synthetic, mixed fibre or cotton
easy care (ironing not required)
laundry
Max. 3 kg
Volume
of load
kg*
Approximate drying times
(in minutes)
+
Gentle
Dry plus
Very
wet
load
Wet
load
3.0
6.0
X
X
115’
170’
100’
150’
3.0
6.0
X
X
100’
145’
85’
125’
3.0
6.0
X
X
70’
110’
60’
95’
1.0
3.0
X
X
55’
75’
45’
60
1.0
3.0
X
X
50’
65’
40’
50’
1.0
3.0
X
X
35’
50’
25’
40’
3.0
X
—
110’
95’
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—
—
—
—
—
X
—
Cotton - Synthetic blend
Mixed load
T-shirts, blouses, towels, underwear, sportswear.
Max. 3 kg
Laundry is aired, refreshed and bulked
for 30 minutes without heating.
All textiles.
All fabrics
Drying
times
2
Interrupting and restarting of the drying process prolongs the drying time significantly and can lead to overdrying.
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**
10’ 20’ 30’ 40’ 60’ 90’
Additional drying time for textiles that are not suitable
for other programmes, for finalization of the drying
process and for small loads (<1,0kg).
Weight of average and maximum load.
Test programmes according to EN 61121, tested with maximum rated load capacity.
10’ 20’ 30’
40’ 60’ 90’
How to proceed if...
...you want to check the dryer yourself first: (If your machine is not functioning correctly, please check
the following points before calling the Customer Service department - also refer to relevant section in
the Instructions for use).
Drying takes too
long/Laundry is not
dry enough
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•
•
Has the cycle been interrupted (door opening, full water container)?
Was the inserted laundry too wet (washing machine spin speed less than 1000 rpm)?
Is the lint filter dirty (filter indicator light on)?
Is the heat exchanger dirty (for more information, refer to the Instructions For Use)?
Is the room temperature too high?
Is the “End” indicator lamps lighting up? The drying cycle is complete and the laundry
can be taken out.
• If the drying result does not meet your expectation, select a more dry programme or
use the “dry plus” option (if available).
• Is thin and thick load mixed? Are different types of materials mixed? Sort the laundry
after thickness and material and dry again.
The dryer does not operate
(after a power failure, always
press the “Start” button)
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Is the plug properly inserted into the mains electricity socket?
Is there a power failure?
Has the fuse blown?
Is the door properly closed?
Has a drying programme been selected?
Has the “Start” button been pressed?
Has the start delay option been selected?
Is the dryer overloaded?
Please remove some of the load.
Is the heat exchanger inserted correctly?
Lint filter, water
container indicator
lamp on
•
•
•
•
Is the lint filter clean?
Is the water container empty?
Has the water container been inserted correctly?
Is the heat exchanger clean and inserted correctly?
Water droplets underneath
the dryer
•
•
•
•
•
Has the heat exchanger been inserted correctly?
Has all fluffs on the heat exchanger seal and the door seal been wiped away?
Has the water container been inserted correctly?
If the direct drain connection is used, is it tight?
Is the dryer levelled?
...you want to care for and clean your dryer:
Clean the filter at the
end of every cycle
• Brush lint using a soft brush or your fingertips.
• Close the filter.
• Push the filter back into place.
Empty the water
container at the end of every
drying cycle
• Pull the handle to remove the water container.
• Empty the water container.
• Replace the water container when empty by pushing it completely back into place.
Clean the heat exchanger at
least once a month
• Clean the heat exchanger under running water.
• Remove all lint from the seals.
• Clean the heat exchanger housing (for further information see section “Heat
Exchanger” in the Instructions for use).
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Failure codes
In case the appliance control unit detects a defective component or a malfunction of the dryer, it will
stop the running programme and will make red lamps blinking.
The programme flow lamps will indicate the failure code, as in the table below:
Failure
code
Lamp failure code
Check needed by customer before Service call
th
F01
sense
th
F02
sense
F04
sense
F07
sense
F05
sense
F06
sense
th
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Turn the programme selector to the “off” position.
Wait 1 minute.
Turn the programme selector to the desired programme.
Push the Start button.
If the appliance will go again into Failure Mode.
Call the After-Sales-Service.
Check the programme flow lights and communicate the
failure code.
th
th
th
Lamp blinking
Lamp on
Lamp off
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• Turn programme selector to the “off” position.
• Assure that the ambient temperature is between
5°C and 35°C.
• Wait for 1 hour.
• Turn the programme selector to the desired programme.
• Push the Start button.
• If the appliance will go again into Failure Mode.
• Call the After-Sales-Service.
• Check the programme flow lights and communicate the
failure code.
Before using the machine, please also read the Instructions For Use carefully!
Quick Reference Guide
GB AWZ 7456
Indicator lamps and options
Programme selector knob
The drying programme is selected by
turning this knob. The “Start” indicator
lamp flashes.
“Start” button
The drying programme is started by
pressing this button. The indicator lamp
lights up.
+
Dry plus
By selecting this option you can increase
the dryness level of the laundry.
Gentle
Selecting this option will reduce the
drying temperature.
Filter
The indicator lamp lights up when the
filter and/or the heat exchanger including
housing needs to be cleaned.
Clean the filter at the end of every drying
cycle.
Water container
The indicator lamp lights up when the
water container needs to be emptied.
The drying cycle is automatically
interrupted. Empty the container and
restart the drying programme.
Empty the water container after every
drying cycle.
End
The drying programme is finished. The
anticrease has been reached. Please
unload the dryer.
th
sense
Overdry protection
The indicator lights up when a humidity
controlled programme is selected, to
indicate the activated protection
function.
5019 307 01558
(Subject to technical modifications)
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