Grundig GTN29240G 9kg Tumble Dryer Manual

Grundig GTN29240G 9kg Tumble Dryer Manual
DRYER
USER INSTRUCTIONS
GTN 29240 GW
EN
www.grundig.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Please read this user manual fir
st!..............................................4
2. Important safety and
environmental instructions.......5
2.1 General safety...........................5
2.1.1 Electrical safety....................6
2.1.2 Product safety.......................7
2.2 Mounting over a washing
machine....................................8
2.3 Intended use..............................9
2.4 Child safety................................9
2.5 Compliance with the
WEEE regulation and
disposing of the waste
product....................................10
2.6 Compliance with RoHS
Directive:.................................10
2.7 Package information:..............10
2.8 Technical specifications:.........11
3 Your Dryer...............................12
3.1 Overview..................................12
3.2 Package Contents...................13
4.Installation..............................14
4.1 Appropriate installation
location..................................14
4.2 Removing the transportation
safety assembly.....................14
4.3 Under counter installation.....15
4.4 Connecting to the drain..........15
4.5 Adjusting the feet....................16
4.6 Electrical connection..............16
4.7 Transporation of the dryer.....16
4.8 Warnings about sounds..........16
4.9 Changing the illumination lamp.17
5.Preparation.............................18
5.1 Laundry suitable for drying in
the dryer................................18
5.2 Laundry not suitable for drying
in the dryer............................18
5.3 Preparing laundry for
drying............................................18
5.4 Things to be done for energy
saving.....................................18
5.5 Correct load capacity..............19
6 Operating the product.............20
6.1 Control panel..........................20
6.2 Preparing the machine...........21
6.3 Programme selection.............21
6.4 Main programmes..................21
6.5 Additional programmes ........21
6.6 Auxiliary functions..................24
6.7 Warning symbols....................24
6.8 Starting the programme........25
6.9 Child Lock...............................25
6.10 Changing the programme after
it has started..........................25
6.11 Cancelling the
programme...................................26
6.12 End of programme...............26
7.Maintenance and cleaning.......27
7.1 Lint Filter / Loading Door Inner
Surface...................................27
7.2 Cleaning the sensors .............28
7.3 Draining the water tank.........28
7.4 Cleaning the filter drawer .....29
7.5 Cleaning the evaporator.........31
8.Troubleshooting......................32
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9.Electrical Connection ..............34
9.1 Attention!................................34
9.2 Electrical requirements.........34
9.3 Fitting a dif ferent plug ..........34
9.4 Washer/dryer combination....34
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1. Please read these instructions first
before using your appliance
Thank you for choosing a Grundig appliance.
Please take some time to read this user manual before using your appliance,
to ensure you know how to safely operate the controls and functions.
Carefully follow all unpacking and installation instructions to ensure the
appliance is correctly connected and fitted prior to use.
Please write your product model and serial number on the last page of this
user manual, and store in a safe location close to the appliance for easy
future reference.
This user manual may also be applicable for several other models.
Differences between models will be listed.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call our contact centre or find
help and information online at www.grundig.co.uk
Explanation of symbols used throughout this User Manual
Read the instructions.
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Important information or useful hints about usage.
Warning for hazardous situations with regard to life and
property.
Warning against electric shock.
Warning against hot surfaces.
Warning against fire hazard.
Packaging of the product is made of recyclable materials
pursuant to our national environment legislation.
Do not dispose of the packaging wastes with the domestic waste
or other wastes, discard them to the dedicated collection points
designated by the local authorities.
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2. Important safety and environmental
instructions
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This section contains safety instructions that will help protect
from risk of personal injury or property damage. Failure to follow
these instructions shall void any warranty.
2.1 General safety
• The dryer can be used by children at and above 8 years old
and by persons whose physical, sensory or mental capabilities were not fully developed or who lack experience and
knowledge provided that they are supervised or trained on
the safe usage of the product and the risks it brings out.
Children should not play with the product. Cleaning and maintenance works should not be performed by children unless
they are supervised by someone.
• Children of less than 3 years should be kept away unless
continously supervised.
• Adjustable feet should not be removed. The gap between
the dryer and the floor should not be reduced with materials such as carpet, wood and tape. This will cause problems
with the dryer.
• Always have the installation and repairing procedures carried out by the Authorised Service. Manufacturer shall not be
held liable for damages that may arise from procedures carried out by unauthorised persons.
• Never wash the dryer by spraying or pouring water onto it!
There is the risk of electric shock!
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2.1.1 Electrical safety
safety instructions should be followed while
A Electrical
electrical connection is made during the installation.
appliance must not be supplied through an external
A The
switching device, such as a timer,or connected to a circuit
that is regularly switched on and off by utility.
• Connect the dryer to a grounded outlet protected by a fuse
at the value specified on the type label. Have the grounding
installation performed by a qualified electrician. Our company shall not be liable for any damages that will arise when
the dryer is used without grounding in accordance with the
local regulations.
• The voltage and allowed fuse protection is stated on the type
label plate.
• The voltage specified on the type label must be equal to your
mains voltage.
• Unplug the dryer when it is not in use.
• Unplug the dryer from the mains during installation, maintenance, cleaning and repair works.
• Do not touch the plug with wet hands! Never unplug by pulling on the cable, always pull out by grabbing the plug.
• Do not use extension cords, multi-plugs or adaptors to connect the dryer to power supply in order to decrease the risk
of fire and electric shock.
• Power cable plug must be easily accessible after installation.
mains cable should be changed by an
B Damaged
Authorised Service agent.
If the dryer is faulty, it must not be operated unless it is
B repaired
by an authorised service agent! There is the risk
of electric shock!
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2.1.2 Product safety
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Points to be taken into consideration for fire hazard:
Below specified laundry or items must not be dried in the
dryer because of fire hazard.
• Unwashed laundry items
• Items soiled with oil, acetone, alcohol, fuel oil, kerosene, stain removers, turpentine, paraffin or solvents must be washed in hot water with plenty of
detergent before being dried in the dryer.
Below specified laundry or items must not be dried in the
dryer due to the fire hazard:
• Garments or pillows bolstered with rubber foam (latex foam), shower caps, water resistant textiles, materials with rubber reinforcement and rubber foam
pads.
• Clothing cleaned with industrial chemicals.
Items such as lighters, matches, coins, metal parts,
needle etc. may damage the drum set or may lead to
functional problems. Therefore check pockets off the
laundry that you will load into your dryer.
Never stop your dryer before the programme completes.
If you must do this, remove all laundry quickly and lay
them out to dissipate the heat.
Clothes that are washed inadequately may ignite on their
own and even may ignite after drying ends.
• You must provide enough ventilation in order to prevent gases exiting from devices operating with other types of fuels
including the naked flame from accumulating in the room
due to the back fire effect.
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that contains metal reinforcements should not
A Clothing
be dried in the dryer. Dryer may be damaged if metal
reinforcements come loose and break off during drying.
Use softeners and similar products in accordance with
the instructions of their manufacturers.
Always clean the lint filter before or after each loading.
Never operate the dryer without the lint filter installed.
• Never attempt to repair the dryer by yourself. Do not perform any repair or replacement procedures on the product
even if you know or have the ability to perform the required
procedure unless it is clearly suggested in the operating instructions or the published service manual. Otherwise, you
will be putting your life and others’ lives in danger.
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• There must not be a lockable, sliding or hinged door that
may block the opening of the loading door in the place where your dryer is to be installed.
• Install your dryer in a suitable place that is dry, well ventilated and unlikely to get below 5 degrees Centigrade.
• Make sure that pets do not enter the dryer. Check the inside
of the dryer before operating it.
• Do not lean on the loading door of your dryer when it is
open, otherwise it may fall over.
• The lint must not be allowed to accumulate around the
tumble dryer.
2.2 Mounting over a washing machine
• A fixing device should be used between the two machines
when installing the dryer above a washing machine. The fitting device can be obtained through spare part suppliers.
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• Total weight of the washing machine and the dryer -with full
load- when they are placed on top of each other reaches to
approx. 180 kilograms. Place the products on a solid floor
that has sufficient load carrying capacity!
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Washing machine cannot be placed on the dryer. Pay
attention to the above warnings during the installation on
your washing machine.
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Installation Table for Washing Machine and Dryer
Washing Machine Depth
Dryer Depth
62 cm 60 cm 54 cm 50 cm 49 cm
54 cm
Can be stacked
60 cm
Can be stacked
45 cm
40 cm
Can be
stacked Cannot be
Cannot be stacked
stacked
2.3 Intended use
• Dryer has been designed for domestic use. It is not suitable
for commercial use and it must not be used out of its intended use.
• Use the dryer only for drying laundry that are marked accordingly.
• The manufacturer waives any responsibility arisen from incorrect usage or transportation.
• Original spare parts will be available to repair the dryer for a
period of 10 years.
2.4 Child safety
• Packaging materials are dangerous for the children. Keep
packaging materials away from children.
• Electrical products are dangerous for the children. Keep
children away from the product when it is operating. Do not
let them tamper with the dryer. Use the child-proof lock in
order to prevent the children to tamper with the dryer.
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Child-proof lock is on the control panel. (See Child lock)
• Keep loading door closed even when the dryer is not in use.
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2.5 Compliance with the WEEE regulation
and disposing of the waste product
This product complies with EU WEEE Directive (2012/19/
EU). This product bears a classification symbol for waste
electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
This product has been manufactured with high quality
parts and materials which can be reused and are suitable
for recycling. Do not dispose of the waste product with normal
domestic and other wastes at the end of its service life. Take it to
the collection center for the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment. Please consult your local authorities to learn about
these collection centers.
2.6 Compliance with RoHS Directive:
The product you have purchased complies with EU RoHS
Directive (2011/65/EU). It does not contain harmful and
prohibited materials specified in the Directive.
2.7 Package information
Packaging materials of the product are manufactured
from recyclable materials in accordance with our National
Environment Regulations. Do not dispose of the packaging
materials together with the domestic or other wastes. Take them
to the packaging material collection points designated by the
local authorities.
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2.8 Technical Specifications
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Height (Min. / Max.)
Width
Depth
Capacity (max.)
Net weight (± 4 kg)
Width
Voltage
Rated power input
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84,6 cm / 86,6 cm*
59,7 cm
64,3 cm
9 kg**
51 kg
See type label***
* Min. height: Height with adjustable feet are closed.
Max. height: Height with adjustable feet are opened maximum.
** Dry laundry weight before washing.
*** Type label is located behind the loading door.
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Technical specifications of the dryer are subject to
specification without notice to improve the quality of the
product.
Figures in this manual are schematic and may not match
the product exactly.
Values stated on markers on the dryer or in the other
published documentation accompanying with the dryer
are obtained in laboratory in accordance with the relevant
standards. Depending on operational and environmental
conditions of the dryer, these values may vary.
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3. Your Dryer
3.1 Overview
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1. Top panel
2. Control panel
3. Loading door
4. Kick plate opening button
5. Ventilation grids
6. Adjustable legs
7. Kick plate
8. Type label
9. Lint filter
10. Water tank drawer
11. Power cord
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3.2 Package Contents
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1. Water drain hose *
2. Filter drawer spare sponge*
3. User Manual
4. Drying basket*
5. Drying basket user manual*
*It can be supplied with your machine depending on its model.
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4. Installation
Before the calling the nearest
Authorized Service for the
installation of the dryer, ensure that
electrical installation and water drain
is appropriate referring to the user’s
manual.If they are not suitable,
contact a qualified electrician and
technician to make necessary
arrangements.
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Preparation of the dryer's
location as well as the
electrical and waste water
installations is under
customer's responsibility.
Prior to installation, visually
check if the dryer has any
defects on it. If the drier
is damaged, do not have
it installed. Damaged
products cause risks for
your safety.
Let your dryer wait for 12
hours before starting to use
it.
4.1 Appropriate installation
location
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Install the dryer on a stable and
level surface.
Dryer is heavy. Do not move it by
yourself.
Operate your dryer in a
well ventilated, dust-free
environment.
The gap between the dryer
and the surface should not be
reduced by the materials such as
carpet, wood and tape.
Do not cover the ventilation grills
of the dryer.
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There must not be a lockable,
sliding or hinged door that may
block the opening of the loading
door in the place where your
dryer is to be installed.
Once the dryer is installed, it
should stay at the same place
where its connections have been
made. When installing the dryer,
make sure that its rear wall does
not touch anywhere (tap, socket,
etc.).
Place the dryer at least 1 cm
away from the edges of other
furniture.
Your dryer can be operated at
temperatures between +5°C
and +35°C. If the operating
conditions fall outside of this
range, operation of the dryer will
be adversely affected and it can
get damaged.
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Do not place the dryer on
the power cable.
4.2 Removing the transportation
safety assembly
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Remove the transportation
safety assembly before
using the dryer for the first
time.
Open the loading door.
There is a nylon bag inside the
drum that contains a piece
of styrofoam. Hold it from its
section marked with XX XX.
Pull the nylon towards yourself
and remove the transportation
safety assembly.
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Check that no part of
the transportation safety
assembly remains inside
the drum.
4.3 Under counter installation
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This product can be installed
under a counter if the height of
the counter is sufficient.
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While using undercounter
dryer, it should never
be operated without
undercounter installation
part. For the appropriate
undercounter installation
part contact the Authorized
Service.
Dryer Depth
60 cm
1-2 Pull hose at the behind of
the dryer by hand in order to
disconnect it from where it is
connected. Do not use any tools
to remove the hose.
3 Connect one end of the drain
hose supplied with the dryer to
the connection point from where
you removed the hose of the
product in previous step.
4 Connect the other end of the
drain hose directly to the
wastewater drain or to the
washbasin.
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54 cm
Stock number
of under-bench 2979700200 2973600200
installation part
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Connecting the water drain hose
Leave at least 1 cm of space
around the sides and the rear
wall of the dryer when installing
it under a counter.
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If installed under a
countertop, drying durations
can extend.
4.4 Connecting to the drain
In products equipped with condenser
unit, water accumulates in the water
tank during the drying cycle. You
should drain accumulated water
after each drying cycle.
You can directly drain accumulated
water through the water drain hose
supplied with the product instead
of periodically draining the water
collected in the water tank.
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Hose connection should
be made in a safe manner.
Your drain house will be
flooded if the hose comes
out of its housing during
water discharge.
Water drain hose should
be attached to a height of
maximum 80 cm.
Make sure that the water
drain hose is not stepped on
and it is not folded between
the drain and the machine.
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4.5 Adjusting the feet
In order to ensure that the dryer
operates more silently and vibrationfree, it must stand level and balanced
on its feet. Balance the machine by
adjusting the feet.
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Turn the feet to left or right until
the dryer stands level and firmly.
We recommend carrying the
dryer in upright position.
If it is not possible to carry
the machine in the upright
position, we recommend
carrying it by tilting towards
the right side when looked
from the front.
4.8 Warnings about sounds
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It is normal to hear a
metallic noise from the
compressor sometimes
during operation.
Never unscrew the
adjustable feet from their
housings.
4.6 Electrical connection
For specific instructions for
electrical connection required during
installation (see 2.1.1 Electrical
Safety)
4.7 Transporation of the dryer
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Unplug the dryer before
transporting it.
• Drain all water that has
remained in the dryer.
If direct water drain connection
is made, then remove the hose
connections.
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Water collected during
operation is pumped to
water tank. It is normal to
hear pumping noise during
this process.
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4.9 Changing the illumination
lamp
In case an illumination lamp is used
in your laundry dryer.To change
the Bulb/LED used for illumination
of your tumble dryer, call your
Authorized Service.
The lamp(s) used in this appliance
is not suitable for household room
illumination. The intended purpose
of this lamp is to assist the user to
place laundry in the tumble dryer in
a comfortable way. The lamps used
in this appliance have to withstand
extreme physical conditions such as
vibrations and temperatures above
50 °C.
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5. Preparation
5.1 Laundry suitable for drying in the dryer
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Always obey the instructions given on the garment tags. Dry only the
laundry having a label stating that they are suitable for drying in a dryer
and make sure that you select the appropriate programme.
LAUNDRY DRYING SYMBOLS
Do not dryclean
Dry-cleanable
Do not dry
Lay in shadow
to dry
Lay to dry
Hang to dry
Do not dry
with dryer
Hang wet to dry
Sensitive /
Delicate dry
Without heating
At low temperature
No Iron
At medium
temperature
At high temperature
Drying
Settings
Suitable for
dryer
At any temperature
Drying
Symbols
Iron at high
temperature
Iron at medium
temperature
200 0C
150 0C
Maximum temperature
5.2 Laundry not suitable for
drying in the dryer
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Delicate embroidered fabrics,
woolen, silk garments,
delicate and valuable fabrics,
airtight items and tulle
curtains are not suitable for
machine drying.
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Laundry may be tangled with
each other after washing.
Separate the laundry items
before placing them into the
dryer.
Dry garments having metal
accessories such as zippers,
inside out.
110 0C
Fasten the zippers, hooks and
buckles and button sheets.
5.4 Things to be done for energy
saving
Following information will help you
use the dryer in an ecological and
energy-efficient manner.
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5.3 Preparing laundry for drying
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Iron at low
temperature
Iron without
steam
IRON
Dry or Steam
Do not iron
Iron -
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Spin your laundry at the
highest speed possible when
washing them. Thus, the drying
time is shortened and energy
consumption is reduced.
Sort out the laundry depending
on their type and thickness.
Dry the same type of laundry
together. For example thin
kitchen towels and table clothes
dries earlier than thick bathroom
towels.
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Follow the instructions in the
user manual for programme
selection.
Do not open the loading door
of the machine during drying
unless necessary. If you must
certainly open the loading door,
do not to keep it open for a long
time.
Do not add wet laundry while the
dryer is in operation
Clean the lint filter before or
after each drying cycle. (See 7.1
Lint Filter / Loading Door Inner
Surface)
Clean the filter periodically when
there is visible air collection on it
or when the symbol lights up, if
there is a filter drawer cleaning
warning symbol “ ” available.
(See 7.4 Cleaning the filter
drawer)
Ventilate the room, where the
dryer is located, well during
drying.
5.5 Correct load capacity
Follow the instructions in the
“Programme selection and
consumption table”. Do not load
more than the capacity values stated
in the table.
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It is not recommended
to load the dryer with
laundry exceeding the level
indicated in the figure.
Drying performance will
degrade when the machine
is overloaded. Furthermore,
dryer and the laundry can
get damaged.
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Following weights are given as
examples.
Laundry
Approximate
weights (g)*
Cotton quit covers
1500
(double)
Cotton quit covers
1000
(single)
Bed sheets (double)
500
Bed sheets (single)
350
Large tablecloths
700
Small tablecloths
250
Tea napkins
100
Bath towels
700
Hand towels
350
Blouses
150
Cotton shirts
300
Shirts
250
Cotton dresses
500
Dresses
350
Jeans
700
Handkerchiefs (10
100
pieces)
T-Shirts
125
*Dry laundry weight before washing.
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6 Operating the product
6.1 Control Panel
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On/Off/Cancel button
Programme button
Programme number indicator
Sound warning level button/child
lock
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7.
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Remaining time indicator
Delayed operation setting LED
Start/Stand-by button
Time delay selection button
6.2 Preparing the Machine
1. Plug the machine.
2. Place laundry into the machine.
3. Press On/Off/Cancel button for 1
second (long).
4. When your machine is turned on
for the first time, it turns on with
the declaration programme.
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Pressing the On/Off/
Cancel button does not
mean that the programme
started. Press the Start /
Stand-by button to start the
programme.
6.3 Programme selection
1. Determine the suitable program
from the table below where
drying levels are presented.
2. Use the Programme Selection
button to select the program you
wish.
Only cotton clothes are
dried under normal
temperature. Thick and
multi-layered laundry
Extra Dry (towels, bed sheets,
denim trousers etc.) are
dried so that they can
be placed in wardrobe
without ironing.
Normal laundry
(tablecloths, underwear
Cottons
etc.) are dried so that
Eco
they can be placed
in wardrobe without
ironing.
Iron Dry
Normal laundry (shirts,
dresses etc.) are dried to
be ready for ironing.
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For detailed program
information, see
„Programme selection and
consumption chart“.
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6.4 Main programmes
The following main programmes are
available depending on fabric type.
• Cotton
Dry durable laundry with this
programme. It dried under normal
temperature. It is recommended
for your cotton laundry (bedsheets,
bedding, towel, bathrobe etc.)
• Synthetic
Dry sensitive laundry with this
programme. It is recommended for
your synthetic laundry.
6.5 Additional programmes
The following additional programmes
are available in the machine for
special situations.
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Additional programmes
may vary depending on the
features of your machine.
• Mix
Use to dry synthetic and cotton
clothes that don›t give out colour
together.
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To get better results
from drying machine
programmes, your laundry
should be washed with
suitable programme in
your washing machine and
wrung with recommended
wringing speed.
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• Shirts
• Freshen Up
Dries shirts more delicately and
causes less wrinkles for easy ironing.
Ventilates for 10 minutes without
blowing hot air. You can ventilate the
cotton and linen clothes that have
been enclosed for a long time with
this programme to remove their
odour.
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Shirt might remain
slightly damp at the end
of the programme. It is
recommended not to leave
the shirts inside the drying
machine.
• Jeans
Use to dry denim clothes wrung
in the washing machine with high
speed.
• Sport
Use to dry clothes made out of
synthetic, cotton or mixed fabrics.
• Daily
The programme used for daily drying
of cotton and synthetic clothes.
• Shirts 30 min
Use this programme to prepare 2
shirts ready for ironing in 30 minutes.
• Delicates
You can dry your delicate clothes
suitable for drying or clothes that are
recommended for hand wash (silk
blouses, thin underwear etc.) under
low temperatures.
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It is recommended to dry
your delicates in a laundry
bag to prevent wrinkles
and damage. When the
programme ends, take out
your laundry immediately
and hang them to prevent
wrinkles.
• Timer programmes
You can select the 30 mins or 45
mins timer programme to achieve
the desired final drying level under
low temperature.
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In this programme, the
machine dries for the
duration set, regardless of
the drying level.
Programme selection and consumption chart
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Capacity
(kg)
Programs
Approximate
Spin speed in washing
amount of
machine (rpm)
remaining humidity
Drying time
(minutes)
Cottons / Coloreds
A Extra dry
9
1000
% 60
230
9 / 4,5
1000
% 60
209 / 119
9
1000
% 60
160
1,5
4
4
4
4
0,5
2
1200
1200
1200
1000
1000
1200
600
% 60
% 50
% 50
% 60
% 60
% 60
% 40
50
120
90
105
95
30
55
B Cupboard dry
4,5
800
% 40
80
B Iron dry
4,5
800
% 40
60
A Eco
A Iron dry
Shirts
Jeans
Daily
Sport
Mix
Shirts 30 min
Delicates
Synthetics
Energy consumption values
Capacity
(kg)
Programs
Cottons Eco*
Cottons Iron dry
9 / 4,5
Approximate
Spin speed in washing
amount of
machine (rpm)
remaining humidity
1000
% 60
Energy
consumption
value kWh
2,30 / 1,30
9
1000
% 60
Synthetics Cupboard dry
4,5
800
% 40
Power consumption of the off-mode for the standart cotton programme at full load,
PO (W)
Power consumption of the left-on mode for the standart cotton programme at full
load, PL (W)
1,82
0,82
0,5
1,0
Contains fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto Protocol. Hermetically sealed.
R134a / 0,30 kg - GWP:1430 - 0,429 tCO2e
„Cottons Eco programme“ used at full and partial load is the standard
drying programme to which the information in the label and the fiche
relates, that this programme is suitable for drying normal wet cotton
laundry and that it is the most efficient programme in terms of energy
consumption for cotton.
* : Energy Label standard programme (EN 61121:2012)All the values on
the chart are identified according to EN 61121:2012 standard. Consumption
values may vary from the valued in the chart depending on laundry type,
wringing speed, ambient conditions and voltage levels.
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When selecting the Cottons programme, send the condensed water
out through the drain hose.
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6.6 Auxiliary functions
Audible warning
Machine makes an audible
warning when the programme is
completed. To adjust the sound level,
use the Sound Warning Level button.
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You can change the
sound level before the
programme starts or while
the programme continues..
6.7 Warning symbols
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Warning indicators may
vary depending on the
model of your machine.
Filter cleaning
When the programme is completed,
the warning indicator for filter
cleaning turns on.
Water tank
When the programme is completed,
the warning indicator to empty the
water tank turns on.
If the water tank fills up while the
programme continues, the warning
indicator starts flashing and the
machine goes into stand-by. In this
case, empty the water tank and start
the programme by pressing the Start
/ Stand-by button. Warning indicator
turns off and programme resumes.
Time delay
You can delay the start of the
programme for up to 24 hours using
the Time Delay function.
1. Open the loading door and place
the laundry.
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2. Select the drying programme.
3. Press the Time Delay selection
button and set the delay time
you wish. Time Delay LED turns
on. (If you keep the button
pressed, the time delay switches
continuously).
4. Press the Start / Stand-by
button. Time Delay countdown
begins.
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You can add or remove
laundry during the Time
Delay duration. At the
end of the Time Delay
countdown, the Time Delay
warning indicator turns off
and drying begins
Changing the time delay duration
If you want to change the duration
during the countdown:
1. Press the On/Off/Cancel
button for 3 seconds to cancel
the programme. Turn on the
machine again and repeat
the Time Delay steps for the
duration you wish.
2. When your machine is turned
on for the first time, it turns on
with the declaration programme
(cotton wardrobe dry).
Cancelling the Time Delay function
If you want to cancel the Time Delay
countdown and start the programme
immediately:
1. Press the On/Off/Cancel button
for 3 seconds to cancel the
programme.
2. Press the On/Off/Cancel button
to start you previously selected
programme.
6.8 Starting the programme
Press the Start/Stand-by button to
start the program.
Start/Stand-by and Drying indicators
turn on to show that program started.
6.9 Child Lock
The machine has a child lock which
prevents the program flow from
being interrupted when the buttons
are pressed during a program. When
the child lock is activated, all buttons
on the panel except the On/Off/
Cancel button are deactivated.
To activate the child lock, keep
the Sound Warning and Child lock
buttons pressed for 3 seconds.
The child lock has to be deactivated
to be able to start a new program
after the current program is finished
or to be able to interfere with the
program. To deactivate the child lock,
keep the same buttons pressed for 3
seconds.
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When the child lock is
activated, the child lock
warning indicator on the
screen turns on.
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Child lock deactivates when
the machine is turned
off and on by the On/Off/
Cancel button.
When the child lock is active:
6.10 Changing the programme
after it is started
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You can change the program you
selected to dry your laundry with a
different program after the machine
starts running.
1. For example, to select Extra Dry
instead of Iron Dry, pause the
program by pressing the Start /
Stand-by button for 1 second.
2. Select the Extra Dry program
using the Program selection
knob.
3. Press the Start/Stand-by button
to start the program.
Adding and removing clothes during
stand-by
If you want to add or remove clothes
to/from the machine after the drying
program starts:
1. Press the Start/Stand-by button
to put the machine in Standby state. The drying operation
stops.
2. Open the loading door while in
Stand-by state, and close the
door after you remove or add
laundry.
3. Press the Start/Stand-by button
to start the program.
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Adding laundry after
the drying operation
starts may cause the
dried laundry inside the
machine to mix with wet
laundry and leave the
laundry damp at the end of
operation.
The machine runs, or in stand-by
state the indicator symbols won’t
change upon changing the position of
the program selection button.
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Adding or removing
laundry during drying
may be repeated as
many times as you
wish. But this operation
continuously interrupts
the drying operation,
and thus increases
program duration and
energy consumption. So,
it is recommended to
add laundry before the
program starts.
If a new program is
selected by turning the
program selection knob
while the machine is in
stand-by; the running
program terminates and
new program information
is displayed on the screen.
WARNING: Do not touch
the inner surface of the
drum while adding or
removing clothes during a
continuing program. The
drum surface is hot.
6.11 Cancelling the programme
If you want to cancel the programme
and terminate the drying operation
for any reason after the machine
starts running, keep the On/Off/
Cancel button pressed for 3 seconds.
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WARNING: The inside
of the machine shall be
extremely hot when you
cancel the programme
during machine operation,
so run the ventilation
program to allow it to cool
down.
6.12 End of programme
When the programme ends, the
Fibre Filter Cleaning and Water Tank
warning symbols on the program
observation indicator turn on.
Loading door may be opened and
machine becomes ready for another
run.
To turn off the machine, press the
On/Off/Cancel button.
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If the laundry is not
removed after the
programme is completed,
the wrinkle prevention
function activates for
2 hours to prevent the
laundry inside the machine
to get wrinkled. The
program tumbles the
laundry with 10-minute
intervals to prevent them
from wrinkling.
Clean the fibre filter after
each drying. (See „Fibre
filter and Loading door
inner surface“)
Empty the water tank
after each drying. (See
„Emptying the water tank“)
7. Maintenance and
cleaning
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A layer can build up on the filter
pores that can cause clogging
of the filter after using the dryer
for a while. Wash the lint filter
with warm water to remove the
layer that builds up on the lint
filter surface. Dry the lint filter
completely before reinstalling it.
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Clean the entire inner surface
of the loading door and loading
door gasket with a soft damp
cloth.
Service life of product extends and
frequently experienced problems will
be reduced if it is cleaned at regular
intervals.
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7.1 Cleaning Lint Filter / Loading
Door Inner Surface
Lint and fiber released from the
laundry to the air during the drying
cycle are collected in the Lint Filter.
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Such fiber and lint are
generally formed during
wearing and washing.
Always clean the lint filter
and the inner surfaces of
the loading door after each
drying process.
You can clean the lint filter
housing with a vacuum
cleaner.
To clean the lint filter:
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Open the loading door.
Remove the lint filter by pulling it
up and open the lint filter.
Clean lint, fiber, and cotton
raveling by hand or with a soft
piece of cloth.
Close the lint filter and place it
back into its housing.
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7.2 Cleaning the sensor
7.3 Draining the water tank
There are dampness sensors in the
dryer that detect whether the laundry
is dry or not.
Dampness of the laundry is removed
and condensed during drying process
and the water that arise accumulates
in the water tank. Drain the water
tank after each drying cycle.
To clean the sensors:
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Open the loading door of the
dryer.
Allow the machine to cool down
if it is still hot due to the drying
process.
Wipe the metal surfaces of
the sensor with a soft cloth,
dampened with vinegar and dry
them.
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Clean metal surfaces of the
sensors 4 times a year.
Do not use metal tools
when cleaning metal
surfaces of the sensors.
Never use solvents,
cleaning agents or similar
substances for cleaning
due to the risk of fire and
explosion!
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A
Never remove the water
tank when the program is
running!
If you forget to drain the water tank,
the machine will stop during the
subsequent drying cycles when the
water tank is full and the Water Tank
warning symbol will flash. If this is
the case, drain the water tank and
press Start / Pause button to resume
the drying cycle.
To drain the water tank:
Pull the drawer and remove the
water tank carefully.
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Condensed water is not
drinkable!
Drain the water in the tank.
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If there is lint accumulation in
the funnel of the water tank,
clean it under running water.
Place the water tank into its
seat.
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Pull out the filter drawer.
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Open the filter drawer by
pressing the red button.
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Take out the filter drawer
sponge.
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Wash the filter drawer sponge by
hand to remove the fiber and lint
on the surface. After washing the
sponge, squeeze it by hand and
remove the excess water. Welldry the sponge before storing it.
If the direct water draining
is used as an option, there is
no need to empty the water
tank.
7.4 Cleaning the filter drawer
Lint and fiber that could not be
captured by the lint filter are blocked
in the filter drawer behind the kick
plate. Clean the filter periodically
when there is visible air collection
on it or when the symbol lights up,
if there is a filter drawer cleaning
warning symbol “ ” available.
There is an one stage filter. This one
stage filter is from sponge
To clean the filter drawer:
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Press the kick plate button to
open the kick plate.
Remove the filter drawer cover
by turning it in the direction of
arrow.
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It is not necessary to clean
the sponge if lint and fiber
accumulation on it is not
significant.
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Place the sponge back into its
place.
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Please place the sponge
carefully inside the frame
of the filter cassette shown
by arrows in order to avoid
squeezing when filter drawer
closed”.:
Close the filter drawer as to lock
the red button.
•
Place the filter drawer back into
its place, turn the filter drawer
cover in the arrow direction and
close it securely.
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Close the kick plate cover.
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Drying without the filter
drawer sponge in place will
damage the machine!
A dirty lint filter and filter
drawer will cause longer
drying periods and higher
energy consumption.
7.5 Cleaning the evaporator
Clean the lint accumulated on the
fins of the evaporator located behind
the filter drawer with a vacuum
cleaner.
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CAUTION: You can also
clean by hand provided that
you wear protective gloves.
Do not clean the evaporator
with bare hands. Evaporator
fins may hurt your hands.
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8 Troubleshooting
Drying process takes too much time.
• Pores of the lint filter are clogged. >>> Wash the lint filter with warm water.
• Filter drawer may be blocked>>>clean the foam inside the filter drawer.
• Ventilation grids on the front side of the machine are blocked. >>> Remove
the objects (if any) that block ventilation in front of the ventilation grids.
• Ventilation is not sufficient since the room where the machine is installed
is very small. Open the door and window of the room to avoid the room
temperature increase too much.
• Lime deposit has built up on the dampness sensor. >>> Clean the
dampness sensor.
• Excessive laundry is loaded. >>> Do not load the dryer in excess.
• Laundry is not spun sufficiently. >>> Spin your laundry at a higher speed in
your washing machine.
Laundry comes out wet at the end of drying.
After drying, the hot clothes feel damper than their actual dampness
level.
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It is likely that the selected programme did not suit the laundry
type.>>>Checking the care labels on clothes, select appropriate
programme for the laundry type or use timer programmes in addition.
• Pores of the lint filter are clogged. >>> Wash the lint filter with warm
water.
• Filter drawer may be blocked>>>clean the foam inside the filter drawer.
• Excessive laundry is loaded. >>> Do not load the dryer in excess.
• Laundry is not spun sufficiently. >>> Spin your laundry at a higher speed in
your washing machine.
Dryer does not switch on or the programme does not start. Dryer does not
start when it is set.
• It is not plugged in. >>> Make sure that the machine is plugged in.
• The loading door is ajar. >>> Make sure that the loading door is closed
securely.
• Programme is not selected or the Start / Pause / Cancel button is not
pressed. >>> Make sure that the programme is selected and the machine
is not in Pause mode.
• Childproof Lock is activated. >>> Deactivate the Childproof Lock.
Programme is interrupted without any cause.
• Loading door is ajar. >>> Make sure that the loading door is closed
securely.
• There was a power failure. >>> Press Start / Pause / Cancel button to start
the programme.
• Water tank is full. >>> Drain the water tank.
Laundry has shrunk, become felted or deteriorated.
• A programme suitable for the laundry type is not used. >>> Check the
garment tag and select a programme suitable for the fabric type.
Drum lighting does not turn on. (On models with lamp)
• Dryer is not switched on with the On / Off button. >>> Make sure that the
dryer is switched on.
• Lamp is defective. >>> Call Authorized Service Agent to have the lamp
replaced.
End/Anti-creasing symbol is on.
• Anti-creasing programme is activated in order to prevent laundry that has
remained in the machine from creasing. >>> Turn off the dryer and take
out the laundry.
End symbol is on.
• • Programme is over. Turn off the dryer and take out the laundry.
Lint Filter Cleaning symbol is on.
• Lint filter is not cleaned. >>> Clean the lint filter.
Lint Filter Cleaning symbol is flashing.
• Filter housing is clogged with lints. >>> Clean the lint filter housing.
• A deposit has built up on the lint filter pores that may cause clogging. >>>
Wash the lint filter with warm water.
• Filter drawer is clogged. >>> Clean the sponge and the filter cloth in the
filter drawer.
Water leaks from the loading door
• Lint has accumulated on the inner surfaces of the loading door and on the
surfaces of the loading door gasket. >>> Clean the inner surfaces of the
loading door and the surfaces of the loading door gasket.
Loading door opens spontaneously.
• Loading door is ajar. >>> Push the loading door to close until you hear a
locking sound.
• Water Tank warning symbol is on/flashing.
• Water tank is full. >>> Drain the water tank.
• Water draining hose is bent. >>> If the product is connected directly to a
wastewater drain, check the water drain hose.
Filter Drawer Cleaning warning symbol is flashing.
• Filter drawer is not cleaned. >>> Clean the sponge and the filter cloth in
the filter drawer.
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If you cannot eliminate the problem although you follow the
instructions in this section, consult your dealer or the Authorized
Service Agent. Never try to repair a nonfunctional product yourself.
In an event that you encounter an issue on any part on your
appliance, you can ask for a replacement by contacting the
authorized service with the appliance model number.
Operating the appliance with non-authentic parts may lead the
appliance to malfunction.
Manufacturer and distributor are not liable for malfunctions resulting
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from using non-authentic parts.
9. Electrical
Connection
Make sure that you have an earthed power
outlet socket rated at 13 amps (minimum).
9.1 Attention!
When installed, the socket must be
reachable after installation, or a separate
switch (which can disconnect the two poles)
must be used in the installation. Check for
suitability.
For a permanent connection, a master
switch with at least 3mm contact clearance
and minimum 13 A rating must be used.
9.2 Electrical requirements
Before you insert the plug into the wall
socket make sure that the voltage and
the frequency shown in the rating label
corresponds to your electricity supply.
We recommend that this appliance be
connected to the mains supply via a
suitable switched and fused socket in a
readily accessible position.
Should the mains lead of the appliance
become damaged or need replacing at
any time, it must be replaced by a special
purpose made mains lead which can only
be obtained from an Authorised Service
Agent.
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Warning
This appliance must be earthed
If the fitted moulded plug is not suitable for
your socket, then the plug should be cut off
and an appropriate plug fitted.
The moulded plug on this appliance
incorporates a 13A fuse. Should the fuse
need to be replaced an ASTA approved
BS1362 fuse of the same rating must be
used. Do not forget to refit the fuse cover.
In the event of losing the fuse cover, the
plug must not be used until a replacement
fuse cover has been fitted. Colour of the
replacement fuse cover must be the same
colour as that visible on the pin face of the
plug. Fuse covers are available from any
good electrical store.
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In order to avoid hazards, damaged
supply cord should be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly
qualified people.
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A
Do not operate without the top
cover fitted. Risk of injury.
Important
9.3 Fitting a different plug
As the colours of the wires in the mains
lead of this appliance may not correspond
with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals on your plug, proceed as follows:
1 Connect the green - yellow or green
(earth) wire to the terminal in the plug
marked ‘E’ or with the symbol or coloured
green and yellow or green.
2 Connect the blue (neutral) wire to the
terminal in the plug marked ‘N’ or coloured
black.
3 Connect the brown (live) wire to the
terminal in the plug marked ‘L’ or coloured
red.
With the alternative plugs a 13 A fuse must
be fitted either in the plug or adaptor or
in the main fuse box. If in doubt contact a
qualified electrician.
Green and yellow
or green
N
Blue or black
L
Brown or red
9.4 Washer/dryer combination
Do not stack washing machine on top of
the tumble dryer. This would damage both
appliances and guarantees would become
void. It is also unsafe to stack an appliance
on top of another without using a suitable
and approved stacking kit obtained from
specialist retailers.
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PRODUCT FICHE
Complying Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 392/2012
Supplier name or trademark
GRUNDIG
Model name
GTN 29240 GW
Rated capacity (kg)
9
Air Vented
Type of Tumble Dryer
-
Condenser
A+
Energy efficiency class (1)
Annual Energy Consumption (kWh) (2)
281
Automatic
Type of Control
Non-automatic
-
Energy consumption of the standard cotton programme at full load (kWh)
2,30
Energy consumption of the standard cotton programme at partial load (kWh)
1,30
Power consumption of the off-mode for the standart cotton programme at full load, PO (W)
0,5
Power consumption of the left-on mode for the standart cotton programme at full load, P L (W)
1,0
The duration of the left on mode (min)
30
Standard cotton programme
(3)
Programme time of the standard cotton programme at full load, T dry (min)
209
Programme time of the standard cotton programme at partial load, Tdry1/2 (min)
119
Weighted programme time of the standard cotton programme at full and partial load (T t)
158
Condensation efficiency class (4)
B
Average condensation efficiency of the standard cotton programme at full load, C dry
86%
Average condensation efficiency of the standard cotton programme at partial load, C dry1/2
86%
Weighted condensation efficiency of the standard cotton programme at full load and partial load, C t
86%
Sound power level for the standard cotton programme at full load (5)
65
Built-in
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: Yes
- : No
(1) Scale from A+++ (most efficient) to D (least efficient)
(2) Energy consumption based on 160 drying cycles of the standard cotton programme at full and partial load, and the consumption of
the low-power modes. Actual energy consumption per cycle will depend on how the appliance is used.
(3) "Cotton cupboard dry programme" used at full and partial load is the standard drying programme to which the information in the
label and the fiche relates, that this programme is suitable for drying normal wet cotton laundry and that it is the most efficient
programme in terms of energy consumption for cotton
(4) Scale from G (lest efficient) to A (most efficient)
(5) Weighted average value — L WA expressed in dB(A) re 1 pW
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GRUNDIG UK AND IRELAND STANDARD MANUFACTURER GUARANTEE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Your new Grundig product is guaranteed against faulty materials, defective components or manufacturing defects.
The standard guarantee starts from the date of original purchase of the product, and lasts for a period of thirty six
(36) months unless Beko plc (the “Manufacturer”) agrees to extend the guarantee for the product in writing.
If you have registered the product within 90 days of purchase by completing the online registration form, then the
standard 36 month guarantee will be extended to 60 months, under the same terms and conditions as detailed below
If you have any questions about the guarantee on your product (including how long it is valid), please contact your retailer or
our contact centre on 0333 207 9920 (UK and Northern Ireland) or 01 691 0203 (Republic of Ireland)
This guarantee does not in any way diminish or affect your statutory rights in connection with the product. This guarantee is in
addition to your statutory rights as a consumer. If you have any questions about these rights, please contact the retailer from
which you purchased the product. In certain circumstances, it is possible that your statutory rights may offer additional or
higher levels of protection than those offered under the terms of this guarantee.
What is covered by this guarantee?
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Repairs to the product required as a result of faulty materials, defective components or manufacturing defects.
Functional replacement parts to repair a product.
The costs of a Grundig Approved Engineer to carry out the repair.
What is not covered?
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Transit and delivery damage.
Cabinet or appearance parts, including but not limited to control knobs, flaps and handles.
Accessories and/or consumable items including but not limited to ice trays, scrapers, cutlery baskets, filters and light
bulbs.
Repairs necessary as a direct or indirect result of:
- Accidental damage, misuse or abuse of a product.
- An attempted repair of a product by anyone other than a Grundig Approved Engineer (the “Engineer”).
- Installation or use of a product where such installation or use fails to meet the requirements contained in this
guarantee or the User Instructions Booklet.
Repairs to a product operated at any time on commercial or non-residential household premises (unless we have
previously agreed to the installation environment).
This guarantee is limited to the cost of repairing the product. To the extent permitted by law, the Manufacturer does not accept
and will not be held liable for any financial loss incurred in connection with the failure of any product to operate in accordance
with the expected standards. Such financial loss includes but is not limited to loss arising from:
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Time taken off work.
Damaged food, clothing or other items.
Meals taken at restaurants or from takeaways.
General compensation for inconvenience.
Important Notes
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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Your product is designed and built for domestic household use only.
The guarantee will automatically be void if the product is installed or is used in commercial or non-residential
domestic household premises, unless we have previously agreed to the installation environment.
The product must be correctly installed, located and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in the
User Instructions Booklet provided with your product.
Professional installation by a qualified Electrical Domestic Appliance Installer is recommended for all Washing
Machines, Dishwashers and Electric Cookers (as incorrect installation may result in you having to pay for the cost of
repairing the product).
Gas Cookers must be professionally installed by a Gas Safe (or Gas Networks Ireland for Republic of Ireland)
registered gas installer.
This guarantee is given in respect of products purchased and used within the United Kingdom and the Republic of
Ireland.
This guarantee is effective from the initial date of purchase of a new product from an authorised retailer and will be
void if the product is resold.
This guarantee does not apply to graded sales (where the product is purchased as a “second”).
Possession of a copy of these terms and conditions does not necessarily mean that a product has the benefit of this
guarantee. If you have any questions, please call our Call Centre on the number set out above.
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10. The Manufacturer reserves the right to terminate the guarantee if its staff or representatives are subjected to physical
or verbal abuse in the course of carrying out their duties.
11. Optional extras, where available (i.e. extendable feet) are supplied on a chargeable basis only.
Does Grundig offer replacements?
This is a repair-only guarantee. On occasion, the Manufacturer may at its sole discretion, replace your product with a new
product instead of carrying out a repair. Where a replacement is offered, this would normally be an identical model but when
this is not possible, a model of similar specification will be provided. The Manufacturer will cover the costs and arrange for the
delivery of the new product and for the return of the old product. Any costs related to disconnecting the faulty product and
installing the replacement product will not be borne by the Manufacturer unless previously agreed to in writing. The original
guarantee will continue to apply to the replacement product; the new product will not come with a new guarantee.
When will the repair take place?
Our Engineers work Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm. Appointments outside these hours may be possible at the sole
discretion of the Manufacturer but cannot be guaranteed. Whilst our Engineers will endeavour to minimize inconvenience and
to meet requests for specific timed appointments, this cannot be guaranteed. We will not be liable for delays or if it is unable to
carry out a repair because a convenient appointment cannot be arranged.
Will there be any charge for the repairs?
It is your responsibility to provide evidence to the Engineer that your product is covered by this guarantee with a proof of
purchase. The Manufacturer reserves the right to charge for the reasonable cost of any service call if:
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You cannot provide evidence that your product is covered by this guarantee.
Where a service call has been made and the engineer finds that there is no fault with your product.
That your product has not been installed or operated in accordance with the User Instructions Booklet.
That the fault was caused by something other than faulty materials, defective components or manufacturing defects.
For missed appointments.
Payment of these costs are due immediately upon the Engineer providing you with an invoice. The Manufacturer reserves the
right to terminate the guarantee if you fail to pay the costs for the service call in a timely manner.
If you are a resident of the United Kingdom, this guarantee will be governed by English law and subject to the English Courts,
save where you live in another part of the United Kingdom, in which case the law and courts of that location will apply.
If you are resident in the Republic of Ireland, this guarantee will be governed by Irish law and the Irish courts will have
jurisdiction.
This guarantee is provided by Beko plc. Beko House, 1 Greenhill Crescent, Watford, Hertfordshire. WD18 8QU.
Beko plc is registered in England and Wales with company registration number 02415578.
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GRUNDIG UK AND IRELAND ECO INVERTER MOTOR GUARANTEE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This 10 year guarantee relates to Grundig products that feature the Eco Inverter Motor.
The Eco Inverter Motor guarantee terms and conditions are in addition to our Standard guarantee terms and conditions
detailed in the previous section.
In order to activate the 10 year guarantee you MUST register the appliance within 90 days of the original purchase
date. You can register by first visiting grundig.co.uk/register and by following the online instructions.
Grundig Free standing and Built-in appliances come with a 36 month parts and labour guarantee as standard, which can be
extended to a 60 months parts and labour guarantee by registering within 90 days of the original purchase date
To make a claim against your Grundig Eco Inverter Motor Guarantee (the “Guarantee”), all customer and product details must
be registered with Beko plc using the procedure outlined below.
1.
This extra 7 years (or 5 years for appliances registered within 90 days of the original purchase date) Guarantee is
only effective after the expiration of the standard manufacturer’s guarantee.
2.
It is only valid for the Eco Inverter motors of selected washing machines, washer-dryers, tumble dryers and
dishwashers. It does not cover any labour charge or any other components of the product. In addition, it is only valid
for one replacement of the Eco Inverter motor during the extra 7 years (or 5 years for appliances registered within 90
days of the original purchase date) guarantee period.
3.
To activate your guarantee, you MUST register your appliance within 90 days of the original purchase date, by visiting
Grundig.co.uk/register.
4.
Customers will receive a unique reference code as proof of guarantee validation by email or post, which must be
quoted at the time of a claim being made.
5.
Any repair/replacement of the Eco Inverter motor must only be carried out by an authorised Grundig Service Agent
(the “Service Agent”).
6.
Labour for the repair/replacement of the Eco Inverter motor is not included in this guarantee and is chargeable
directly by the Service Agent.
7.
Any additional components fitted to the product at any time will not be covered by this guarantee and will be
chargeable directly by the Service Agent.
8.
The guarantee is not transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash.
9.
There are no alternative or additional offers to this Guarantee.
10. The guarantee is exclusive of the manufacturer’s standard guarantee
11. The Terms and Conditions shown above are in addition to the standard terms and conditions of your product
guarantee. Please read and refer to such Terms and Conditions when making any claim.
12. We may use the information you provide for marketing purposes and to analyse your purchasing preferences. We
may keep your information for a reasonable period for these purposes in accordance with the applicable Data
Protection Laws and General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). You can opt into this service during the
registration process. Further details are available at http://www.Grundig.co.uk/cookie-and-privacy.
13. These Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws of England and Wales; manufacturer: Beko plc, Beko House,
1 Greenhill Crescent, Watford WD18 8QU. Company Registration Number: 02415578.
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HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE FOR YOUR APPLIANCE
Please keep your purchase receipt or other proof of purchase details in a safe place; you will need to have this documentation
available should the product require attention under guarantee.
Please take a few moments to complete the details below, as you will need this information when you call us, or to use our
online services. When you call us you may be required to input your serial number into your telephone keypad. For help please
visit grundig.co.uk/support/model-finder
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The product model number is printed on the Operating Instruction Booklet / User guide
The product model and serial number is printed on the Rating Label affixed to the appliance.
The Retailer (Purchased from) and Date of purchase will be printed on your purchase receipt or other proof of
purchase paperwork
Recording of these details alone will not count as proof of purchase. A valid proof of purchase is required for requesting
service under guarantee.
Model number
Serial number
Purchased from
Date of purchase
For service under guarantee or for product advice please call our Contact centre
Before requesting service please check the troubleshooting guide in the Operating Instructions booklet, as a charge may be
levied where no fault is found, and even though your product may still be under guarantee.
After arranging service the area around the product must be easily accessible to the Engineer, without the need for cabinets or
furniture to be removed or moved.
It is your responsibility to ensure our Engineers have a clean and safe environment to carry out any repairs.
Please have your Model number and Serial number available when you call us, as you may be required to input your serial
number into your telephone keypad during your call.
UK Mainland & Northern Ireland:
0333 207 9920
Landline or mobile calls to 0333 numbers cost no more than calls to geographic numbers 01 or 02, and are charged at the
basic rate. Calls from landlines and mobiles are included in free call packages but please check with your telephone service
provider for exact call charges.
Republic of Ireland:
01 691 0203
Service once the manufacturers guarantee has expired
If you have purchased an extended guarantee please refer to the instructions contained within the extended guarantee
agreement document, otherwise please call us using the appropriate number above, where service can be obtained at a
charge.
Should you experience any difficulty in obtaining service please call us on 0333 207 9920 or 01 691 0203
Contact us though our website
Send us a secure message through our online contact us form. Please visit our website, click Contact Us and choose a
product support topic from the list of options. Complete the required details and click send message.
Product registrations
For UK and Republic of Ireland product registrations please visit grundig.co.uk/register.
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