Dryer Unimatic TL WP - V
Operating instructions
Unimatic TL WP
Tumble dryer
Thank you for choosing to buy one of our products. Your appliance is made to
high standards and is easy to use. Nevertheless, please take the time to read
these operating instructions in order to familiarise yourself with the appliance
and get the best use out of it.
Please follow the safety precautions.
Modifications
Text, diagrams and data correspond to the technical standard of the appliance
at the time these operating instructions went to press. The right to make technical modifications for the purpose of the further development of the appliance
is reserved.
Validity
The product family (model number) corresponds to the first alphanumerics on
the identification plate. These operating instructions apply to:
Model
Unimatic TL WP
Type
Product family
WT-UTL-WP
199
Variations depending on the model are noted in the text.
© V-ZUG Ltd, CH-6301 Zug, 2015
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Contents
1 Safety precautions
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1.1
Symbols used.............................................................................................. 5
1.2
General safety precautions....................................................................... 6
1.3
Appliance-specific safety precautions .................................................... 7
1.4
Instructions for use..................................................................................... 8
2 Disposal
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3 Using for the first time
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3.1
Note ............................................................................................................ 12
3.2
Function description ................................................................................ 12
3.3
Starting the function test ......................................................................... 13
3.4
Where is the identification plate? .......................................................... 13
4 Appliance description
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4.1
Appliance overview.................................................................................. 14
4.2
Appliance construction ........................................................................... 15
4.3
Operating and display elements ........................................................... 16
5 Programme overview
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5.1
Programme sequence for the automatic programmes .................... 18
5.2
Automatic programmes .......................................................................... 19
5.3
Additional programme............................................................................. 20
5.4
Additional functions ................................................................................. 20
6 User
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
settings
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Changing user settings ........................................................................... 21
Exiting user settings................................................................................. 21
Possible user settings ............................................................................. 22
Childproof lock ......................................................................................... 23
Changing the level of dryness............................................................... 23
Automatic door opener ........................................................................... 24
Restoring factory settings....................................................................... 25
7 Drying
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7.1
Preparing the appliance.......................................................................... 26
7.2
Loading the appliance............................................................................. 26
7.3
Selecting a programme .......................................................................... 27
7.4
Selecting a delayed start ........................................................................ 30
7.5
Interrupting a programme....................................................................... 31
7.6
Aborting a programme before time...................................................... 31
7.7
Programme selection with childproof lock activated ........................ 32
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7.8
8 Care
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
End of programme ................................................................................. 33
and maintenance
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Cleaning intervals..................................................................................... 34
A9 error message .................................................................................... 35
A11 error message.................................................................................. 36
Build-up of fluff.......................................................................................... 36
Removing any fluff ................................................................................... 37
Cleaning the door filter / filter mat........................................................ 38
Cleaning the base filter ........................................................................... 40
Cleaning the additional filter mat and heat pump mat ..................... 41
Cleaning the cooler filter......................................................................... 42
9 Trouble-shooting
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9.1
What to do if ... ......................................................................................... 43
10 Drying tips
51
10.1 Fabric care symbols ................................................................................ 51
10.2 General tips ............................................................................................... 51
10.3 Energy-saving tips.................................................................................... 52
11 Spare parts
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12 Technical data
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12.1 Product fiche ............................................................................................. 55
12.2 Consumption values ................................................................................ 56
12.3 Note for testing institutes........................................................................ 57
12.4 Automatic energy-saving stand-by........................................................ 57
13 Index
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14 Notes
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15 Service & Support
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Safety precautions
1.1
Symbols used
Denotes important safety precautions.
Failure to observe said precautions can result in injury or in damage
to the appliance or fittings!
Information and precautions that should be observed.
Information on disposal
Information about the operating instructions
► Indicates step-by-step instructions.
– Describes how the appliance reacts to the steps taken.
• Indicates a list.
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1 Safety precautions
1.2
General safety precautions
• Read the operating instructions before using the appliance for
the first time!
• This appliance can be used by children aged 8 and above
and by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and/or knowledge, provided
they are supervised or have been instructed on the safe use
of the appliance and have understood the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be undertaken by children without supervision.
• If an appliance is not equipped with a mains cable and a plug
or other means for disconnecting from the mains with a contact opening on each pole complying with the conditions of
overvoltage category III for full isolation, an isolating device
must be incorporated into the permanently installed electrical
installation in accordance with the installation regulations.
• If the mains cable of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its Customer Services or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid hazard.
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1 Safety precautions
1.3
Appliance-specific safety precautions
• Children under 3 years of age must be kept away from the
appliance unless they are constantly supervised.
• The appliance has a maximum dry load capacity of 7 kg.
• This appliance is only suitable for drying textiles which have
been washed in water.
• The appliance is only to be used with the recommended vaporizing medium. The use of other substances may give rise
to a toxic or fire risk.
• The appliance has hot surfaces to evaporate active components. These surfaces should not be touched during use.
• The tumble dryer may not be used if industrial chemicals were
used for cleaning.
• Clean the fluff filters regularly.
• Do not allow fluff to build up around the tumble dryer.
• Do not dry unwashed items in the tumble dryer.
• Textiles that have been cleaned, treated or soaked with flammable chemicals, detergents or solvents (such as white spirit,
alcohol, stain remover, oil, turpentine, acetone, paint, wax,
etc.) are a fire and explosion hazard! Wash materials containing such substances first by hand with water or allow the
solvent to evaporate completely.
• Items such as foam rubber (latex foam), shower caps, waterproof textiles, rubber backed articles and clothes or pillows fitted with foam rubber pads should not be dried in the tumble
dryer.
• Do not use a fabric conditioner or other fabric care solutions
in the wash. Otherwise pay attention to the manufacturer's instructions.
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1 Safety precautions
• Remove objects such as lighters and matches and the like.
• 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.
• If the appliance is installed on a carpeted floor ensure that
any ventilation openings on the base of the appliance are not
obstructed.
• If the appliance is installed in a housing, the ventilation openings are to be kept free of obstruction.
• Exhaust air must not be discharged into a flue which is used
for exhausting fumes from appliances burning gas or other
fuels.
• Do not install the appliance behind a door that locks, a sliding
door or a door with a hinge that lies opposite the hinge of the
appliance.
1.4
Instructions for use
Before using for the first time
• The appliance must be installed and connected to the electricity supply in
accordance with the separate installation instructions. Have a qualified fitter/
electrician carry out the necessary work.
• Ensure access to the place of disconnection (e.g. socket outlet, wall switch,
fuse) and the water tap.
Correct use
• The appliance is only suitable for drying home textiles. It is designed for use
in the home and for the above-mentioned purpose only. No liability is assumed for any damage caused by improper or incorrect use.
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1 Safety precautions
• Any repairs, modifications or manipulations to the appliance, especially any
electrically live parts, may only be carried out by the manufacturer, its Customer Services or a similarly qualified person. Repairs if carried out incorrectly could cause serious injury or damage to the appliance and fittings as
well as affect the functioning of the appliance. If the appliance is not working properly or in case of a repair order, follow the instructions given in the
'Repair service' section. If necessary, please contact our Customer Services.
• Use original spare parts only.
• Before closing the appliance door and starting a programme, ensure that
there are no foreign objects or pets in the drum.
Note on use
• If the appliance is not operating properly, disconnect it from the power supply immediately.
• To protect your washing, follow the fabric care symbols and the hints and
advice in the 'Drying tips' section.
• Do not use a fabric conditioner or other fabric care solutions in the wash.
Otherwise pay attention to the manufacturer's instructions.
• Do not operate the appliance without a door filter or with a damaged door
filter. Fluff can destroy the appliance!
Caution: Burns hazard!
• Do not dry fabrics that contain traces of hair spray, hair gel, nail varnish remover or other similar substances. Danger of gas build-up!
Caution: Risk to life!
• Packaging material, e.g. plastic film and polystyrene, can be dangerous for
children. Danger of suffocation! Keep packaging material away from children.
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1 Safety precautions
How to avoid damaging the appliance
on
Fr
Front
t
• Transport the appliance in an upright position only! Transporting it in any
other position will result in damage to the appliance! When carried carefully
without being shaken, the appliance may be tilted a maximum of 90° to the
left (viewed from the front).
Front
Back
Front,
upside down
Side
• Close the appliance door carefully.
• When cleaning the appliance make sure no water gets inside it. Use a moderately damp cloth. Do not spray the outside or the inside of the appliance
with water. If water gets inside the appliance, it will cause damage.
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Disposal
Packaging
• All packaging materials (cardboard, plastic film (PE) and polystyrene (EPS))
are marked and should, if possible, be collected for recycling and disposed
of in an environmentally friendly way.
Disconnection
• Disconnect the appliance from the mains. With a fixed appliance, this is to
be carried out by a qualified electrician!
Safety
• Disable the appliance to prevent accidents caused by improper use, especially through children playing.
• Pull the plug out of the mains socket or have the appliance disconnected
from the mains by an electrician. Then cut the mains cable off flush with the
appliance.
• Remove or disable the lock on the appliance door.
Disposal
• The old appliance should not be discarded as worthless rubbish. If disposed of correctly, the raw materials can be recovered for recycling.
• The
symbol on the identification plate warns that the appliance may not
be disposed of in normal household waste.
• The appliance must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations on
waste disposal. For more information on the handling, disposal and recycling of the product, please contact the local authorities, the local recycling
facilities for household waste or the retailer from whom you purchased the
appliance.
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Using for the first time
3.1
Note
The appliance can only be operated after standing in the normal operating position for about 2 hours.
The appliance must be installed and connected to the electricity supply in accordance with the separate installation instructions. Have a qualified fitter/electrician carry out the necessary work.
3.2
Function description
When the appliance is connected to the power supply for the first time, it is
possible to select a function test. The purpose of the function test is to check
the installation. It takes about 3 minutes. The function test can be selected immediately after installation. The heat pump is not started during the function
test. Before the definitive initial start-up of the appliance, it must stand in the
normal operating position for around 2 hours, otherwise the heat pump could
become damaged.
The function test cannot be aborted by interrupting the power supply.
Once the function test has been run or aborted, it can no longer be
selected and the appliance enters the normal selection mode.
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3 Using for the first time
3.3
Starting the function test
► Connect the appliance to the mains and wait for
display.
to appear in the
button to start the function test.
► Use the
The function test can be interrupted in 2 ways:
► Open the appliance door.
flashes in the display.
–
After closing the appliance door, the indicator light for the
Or:
► Press the
button.
– The indicator light for the
Continue the function test:
► Press the
button flashes.
button flashes.
button.
– The remaining duration appears in the display, e.g.
Aborting the function test:
.
button aborts the function test and all displays go out.
► Pressing the
End of function test:
All displays go out on completion of the function test.
3.4
Where is the identification plate?
1 Identification plate with serial number (FN)
Note down the serial number (FN) of your appliance on the back page of
these operating instructions.
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Appliance description
4.1
Appliance overview
The appliance operates with a closed air circuit. Moisture is extracted from the
air with the help of a heat pump and then the air is reheated. Recovering heat
in this way sharply reduces energy consumption.
Thanks to the heat pump, the appliance dries at lower temperatures. All the
programmes are therefore gentler on your laundry.
The condensate water collected is discharged through an outlet at the rear
into the drainage system.
As a general rule, rooms containing a heat pump dryer must be ventilated as
these produce some humidity. If the room is kept closed, it should be aired
occasionally (either by opening the door to the room or a window) between
several consecutive drying programmes.
• Dry load capacity: 7 kg
• 6 automatic programmes
• Additional programme
– Timed drying
• Additional functions
– Easy care
– Delayed start
• Crease guard at end of programme
• Digital display
• Childproof lock
• Automatic door opener
• Automatic energy-saving stand-by
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4 Appliance description
4.2
Appliance construction
The appliance door can be set to open to the left or to the right. Our
Customer Services can make the necessary adjustments to the appliance.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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Operating and display elements
Door filter
Appliance door
Base filter
Additional filter mat
Heat pump mat
Cooler filter
1
2
8 Identification plate / serial number (FN)
6 5
4
3
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4 Appliance description
4.3
Operating and display elements
Automatic programmes
Extra dry
Damp
Normal dry
Woollens
Iron dry
Crease guard
Additional programme
Timed drying
Additional functions
Easy care
End of programme
Delayed start
Door opener
Display elements
display (digital display) for:
• Programme duration
• Delayed start
• Programme duration remaining
• Hints and trouble-shooting
Level of dryness display
• Iron dry
• Normal dry
• Cooling down/Airing
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4 Appliance description
Indicator lights
The buttons for the automatic programmes, the additional programmes and
certain additional functions are equipped with an indicator light.
Indicator lights flash
Programmes or functions can be selected.
Indicator lights are illuminated
Programme or function is/are active (running).
Indicator lights are dark
Programmes or functions are switched off.
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Programme overview
5.1
Programme sequence for the automatic programmes
The drying programme has 3 phases:
Drying
The washing is tumble dried until it reaches the set level of dryness. The drying programme is monitored by a moisture sensor. As soon as the required
level of dryness is reached, the «Cooling down/Airing» phase starts.
Cooling down/Airing
The washing is cooled down to a temperature at which the risk of creasing is
minimized.
This phase lasts between 1–10 minutes. Afterwards the washing can be unloaded.
«Crease guard» starts if the appliance is not unloaded.
Crease guard
The dried washing is moved at frequent intervals to prevent creasing.
If the additional «Easy care» function has been selected, «Crease guard» runs
90 minutes; with all other programmes it runs 30 minutes. «Crease guard» can
be stopped at any time by opening the appliance door or by pressing the
button.
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5 Programme overview
5.2
Automatic programmes
To select the right programme, follow the fabric care symbols on the
labels of the wash items, e.g.
.
Extra dry
1–7 kg
For thick, multi-layered fabrics and mixed loads.
Not suitable for knitted or woven articles such as T-shirts and underwear as they could shrink.
Normal dry
1–7 kg
For similar items of washing (e.g. T-shirts or underwear).
Iron dry
1–7 kg
For items that are to be ironed.
Damp
1–7 kg
For items that are to be pressed in a mangle (e.g. table linen).
Woollens
1 kg
For woollen fabrics labelled as washable. Gentle drying through a
gentle drum action and a low temperature (approx. 45° C).
Crease guard
1–3 kg
Creases that come from spinning are reduced (e.g. shirts, blouses).
The laundry is ready for ironing.
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5 Programme overview
5.3
Additional programme
Timed drying
For drying off textiles. Also for drying suitable sleeping bags and
quilts, and any individual items of washing.
Optimum wash load: 1–7 kg
5.4
Additional functions
Easy care
Gentle drying for mixed fabrics (e.g. shirts, pullovers and T-shirts).
The level of dryness is reduced.
Optimum wash load: 1–2.5 kg
Delayed start
Take advantage of cheap-rate electricity (setting range of up to 24
hours).
During shut-off periods – determined by the local electricity supplier –
the delayed start time is extended by the length of time the electricity
is shut off. This is not shown in the display.
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User settings
User settings can only be changed when no programme is running. The procedure is generally the same for all settings.
6.1
Changing user settings
► Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– In the display appears:
► Press the
play, e.g.:
.
button repeatedly until the required setting appears in the disfor childproof lock OFF.
► To change, press the
button.
– In the display appears
for childproof lock ON.
– The setting is taken over automatically and must not be confirmed.
6.2
Exiting user settings
► Press the
button repeatedly until the display goes out.
If no button is pressed within the next 15 seconds, user settings is exited and the display goes out.
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6 User settings
6.3
Possible user settings
The following diagram gives an overview of the possible user settings.
Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
Childproof lock
OFF *
ON
Very low drying
Low drying
Level of dryness
Normal drying *
Strong drying
Very strong drying
Automatic
door opener
OFF *
ON
Factory settings
No change
Restore
* Factory setting
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6 User settings
6.4
Childproof lock
The childproof lock prevents a programme from being started accidentally.
When the childproof lock is activated, a programme can only be started by
pressing two buttons simultaneously.
► Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– In the display appears:
► Press the
.
button 1x until the current setting appears in the display, e.g.:
for childproof lock OFF.
► To change, press the
button.
– In the display appears
for childproof lock ON.
– The setting is taken over automatically and must not be confirmed.
► Press the
6.5
button repeatedly until the display goes out.
Changing the level of dryness
The appliance is designed to provide the most energy-efficient drying. The
moisture sensor continually monitors the level of dryness of the washing. If the
washing is not being dried sufficiently – or being overdried – the level of dryness can be reset.
Changing the level of dryness alters the level of dryness setting of all
the programmes. Care should be taken when increasing the level of
dryness as overdrying can weaken fabrics.
► Hold the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
– In the display appears:
► Press the
button 2x until the current level of dryness appears in the dis-
play, e.g.: ► Press the
button repeatedly until the required setting appears in the dis-
play, e.g.:
► Press the
button repeatedly until the display goes out.
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Levels of dryness
Very low drying
Low drying
Normal drying (factory setting)
Strong drying
Very strong drying
6.6
Automatic door opener
If the automatic door opener is switched on, the appliance door opens automatically at the end of the programme. Otherwise it remains closed and can
be opened by pressing the
button.
Switching the automatic door opener on/off
► Hold the
–
► Press the
button depressed for 5 seconds.
appears in the digital display.
button repeatedly until the current setting appears in the di-
gital display, e.g.:
► Press the
–
for automatic door opener OFF.
button.
appears in the digital display for automatic door opener ON.
– The setting is taken over automatically and must not be confirmed.
► Press the
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button repeatedly until the digital display goes out.
6 User settings
6.7
Restoring factory settings
The factory settings can be restored.
► Hold the
button pressed for 5 seconds.
–
appears in the digital display.
button repeatedly until
► Press the
for no change.
► Press the
–
appears in the digital display
button.
appears in the digital display for restore factory settings.
– The setting is taken over automatically and must not be confirmed.
► Press the
button repeatedly until the digital display goes out.
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Drying
7.1
Preparing the appliance
After the appliance is transported or re-sited, it must be left to
stand in the normal operating position for around 2 hours. Failure
to do this can result in damage to the appliance.
► Plug the appliance in at the mains or turn the wall switch
on.
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1
0
0
7.2
Loading the appliance
► Open the appliance door (press at the edge of
door in the area marked by dots) or press the
button.
► Loosely load wet washing items one by one into
the appliance.
– See 'Programme overview' for maximum load
capacity.
– Ideally, fill the drum ⅔ full.
– Large blankets, in particular, need plenty of
room to tumble.
► Close the appliance door (pushing firmly to).
When closing the appliance door, check that no items of washing are
trapped.
If no programme selection is made within 15 seconds, all the displays go out.
However, it is still possible to make a programme selection.
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7.3
Selecting a programme
General note on programme selection
Use the 'Programme overview' to determine which programme is the
most suitable for your washing.
Selecting a programme
An automatic programme can be selected with the press of a single button. All
the necessary settings for the programme are provided automatically.
Additional functions can be selected or deselected by pressing the corresponding button.
If no button is pressed within 15 seconds, the programme selected starts
automatically.
Once a programme has started, it is no longer possible to change it.
The programme must be aborted.
Changing programme selection
During programme selection, a programme that has already been selected
can be changed at any time by selecting a new programme. All previously selected settings are cleared.
Aborting programme selection
► Press the
button.
– Programme selection is aborted.
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Duration remaining indicator
During programme selection, the expected duration of a programme is shown.
This corresponds to a load containing similar wash items with a defined
weight.
Depending on fabric type, the actual running time may differ from the duration
shown. The duration remaining shown – especially towards the end of the programme – can freeze for several minutes.
– The letter «h» flashes and in the display appears e.g.
.
– The duration remaining is recalculated and shown.
Selecting an automatic programme
► Close the appliance door.
– The indicator lights for the programme buttons and the additional programme flash.
► Press the required programme button.
– The indicator light for the programme selected illuminates.
– The likely duration (hours/minutes) appears in the display.
– The indicator light for the additional function that may be selected
flashes for 15 seconds.
A new programme can be selected during this time. All additional
functions selected are cleared and must be reselected.
– If no button is pressed within 15 seconds, the programme selected
starts automatically.
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Selecting timed drying
► Close the appliance door.
– The indicator lights for the programme buttons and the additional programme flash.
► Press the
button.
► Press repeatedly to select the desired duration, i.e. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60
or 90 minutes.
– The duration selected appears in the display.
– The indicator lights for the additional functions that may be selected
flash for 15 seconds.
The duration selected always includes a 10-minute «Cooling down/Airing» phase.
Selecting easy care
► Press the
button while the indicator light is flashing.
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7.4
Selecting a delayed start
► Immediately after programme selection, hold the
button depressed or
press repeatedly until the required delayed start duration (max. 24 hours)
appears in the display.
– The display goes dark.
– When the set duration is up, the programme selected starts automatically.
Adding more washing to the load
Items of washing may be added to the load at any time during the countdown
to the delayed start:
► Open the appliance door, add the washing to the load and then close the
appliance door again.
► Press the flashing programme button.
Shortening/Clearing the delayed start duration
During the countdown to the delayed start, press the
shorten (in hourly steps) or clear the duration.
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button repeatedly to
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7.5
Interrupting a programme
A running programme can be interrupted at any time to add or remove an
item of washing before time.
After the appliance door is closed, the heat pump waits 10 minutes
before starting again and the programme duration is correspondingly
lengthened.
► Open the appliance door.
– The indicator light for the programme selected illuminates.
– The programme name and time remaining or delayed start period flash
in the display.
► Close the appliance door (pushing firmly to).
– The indicator light for the programme selected flashes.
► Press the flashing programme button.
– The programme continues.
7.6
Aborting a programme before time
► Press the
button.
– The programme is aborted and all settings are cleared.
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7.7
Programme selection with childproof lock activated
► Close the appliance door.
► Press the required programme button. In this example:
–
appears in the display.
– The indicator lights for the programme buttons flash.
After pressing the programme button several times, the
message appears in the display.
error
The appliance can now be operated without regard to the childproof
lock until the programme starts.
Interrupting a programme through opening the appliance door
► To open the appliance door, hold the
button.
same time press the
button depressed and at the
– The programme running is interrupted.
► Close the appliance door.
► Hold the active programme button – the indicator light flashes – depressed
button.
and at the same time press the
– The programme is resumed.
Aborting a programme through button selection
With the appliance door closed, carry out the following step:
► Hold the active programme button – the indicator light illuminates – depressed and at the same time press the
button.
– The programme is aborted.
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7.8
End of programme
– In the display appears:
– The indicator light for the programme that has finished illuminates and
button flashes.
the
«Crease guard» starts if the appliance is not unloaded straightaway. When it
has finished, all displays go out.
Unloading the washing
► Open the appliance door or press the
button.
– All displays go out.
► Unload the washing.
► Clean the door filter.
► Close the appliance door.
If the appliance door is opened during the «Cool down» phase, the programme is aborted and all displays go out.
At the end of the wash day
► Clean the door filter.
► Check the base filter and clean if necessary.
► Close the appliance door.
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Care and maintenance
8.1
Cleaning intervals
6
1 2
4
3
5
Pos.
Appliance
part
Cleaning interval Cleaning
1
Door filter
Each time after
tumble drying
Remove any fluff.
Whenever there
is a heavier
build-up of deposits
Use an abrasive liquid cleaning agent
and a sponge, rinse with water and allow to drip dry; in the case of hard water, clean with cleaning vinegar.
2
Filter mat in
door filter
Wash before
change of user
Remove any build-up of fluff while dry,
then rinse under running water and
wring out well. Use 40°C wash programme for cleaning stubborn soiling.
3
Base filter
As required *
Remove any fluff.
Whenever there
is a heavier
build-up of deposits
Use an abrasive liquid cleaning agent
and a sponge, rinse with water and allow to drip dry; in the case of hard water, clean with cleaning vinegar.
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4
Additional fil- As required *
ter mat
5
Heat pump
mat
As required * (va- Clean with a vacuum cleaner.
cuum clean once
every three
months)
6
Cooler filter
As required *
Remove any build-up of fluff while dry,
then rinse under running water.
Exterior of
appliance
Occasionally
Rub down with a damp cloth and wipe
dry.
*
8.2
Remove any build-up of fluff while dry,
then rinse under running water and
wring out well. Use 40°C wash programme for cleaning stubborn soiling.
A coating of fluff can build up more or less quickly depending on the type
of wash and the size of load.
A9 error message
A thick coating of fluff results in a reduced process air flow which can
impair the drying process and trigger the «A9» error message.
Check and, if necessary, clean the following parts in the appliance:
• Door filter
• Filter mat in door filter
• Base filter
• Additional filter mat
• Heat pump mat
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8.3
A11 error message
Check and, if necessary, clean the following parts in the appliance:
• heat pump mat
• cooler filter
After cleaning, if the «A11» error message appears in the display
again, the parts in the appliance that can trigger an «A9» error message must also be checked again.
8.4
Build-up of fluff
Fluff is made up of fine textile fibres that largely come from the manufacturing
process, from wear and tear during use and from items being washed. Fluff is
not caused by excessive strain on the washing in the appliance. Even when
washing is hung out to dry on a washing line, fluff is shed when the washing is
shaken out or ironed.
Fluff sticks to washing when it is wet. The fluff is released during tumble drying
and gets trapped in the door filter. Fluff therefore builds up in the filter – sometimes more, sometimes less depending on the type of washing.
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8.5
Removing any fluff
Each time after tumble drying
The filters do not have to be taken out for cleaning.
► Remove any fluff from the door filter
and the base filter.
► Close the filter cover.
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8 Care and maintenance
8.6
Cleaning the door filter / filter mat
Wash before change of user or «A9»
Removing the filter mat
Do not operate the appliance without the filter mat.
Cleaning the door filter
► Hold the filter up to the light to detect deposits. Wash the filter to
clean off heavy deposits.
► Clean with an abrasive liquid cleaning agent (immerse if necessary) and a
sponge; use cleaning vinegar with hard water.
► Rinse off under running water and allow to drip dry.
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Cleaning the filter mat
► Remove the fluff while dry, then
rinse under running water. Finally,
squeeze out the water.
► Wash on a 40 °C wash programme
to clean off heavier deposits.
Inserting the door filter / filter mat
Do not operate the appliance without the filter mat.
► Insert the filter mat in the door filter.
Ensure the lug is positioned correctly.
The filter mat does not have to be dry before being inserted in the
door filter.
► Insert the door filter and engage in
position.
► Close the filter cover.
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8 Care and maintenance
8.7
Cleaning the base filter
As required or with «A9»
The appliance will not start without the base filter in place.
► Hold the filter up to the light to detect deposits. Wash the filter to
clean off heavy deposits.
► Clean with an abrasive liquid cleaning agent (immerse if necessary)
and a sponge; use cleaning vinegar
with hard water.
► Rinse off under running water and
allow to drip dry.
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8.8
Cleaning the additional filter mat and heat pump mat
As required or with «A11»
The appliance will not start without the base filter 1 in place.
► Remove the base filter 1.
► Take out the additional filter mat 2.
► Remove the fluff while dry from the
additional filter mat 2. Next rinse under running water and then wring
out.
2
3
1
► Wash on a 40 °C wash programme
to clean off heavier deposits.
► Clean the heat pump mat 3, behind
the grille, carefully using a brush
and vacuum cleaner with the
crevice tool attachment.
3
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8.9
Cleaning the cooler filter
As required or with «A11»
► Push the handle back, open the filter case and remove the cooler filter.
► Remove the fluff while dry, next
rinse under running water and then
wring out.
► Wash on a 40 °C wash programme
to clean off heavier deposits.
► Insert the cooler filter. Ensure the
cooler filter is positioned correctly
(cut-out, see diagram).
The cooler filter does not have to be dry before being inserted in the
filter case.
► Insert the filter case.
The filter case can only be pushed completely in if it is in the correct
position.
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9
Trouble-shooting
This section lists faults that can be solved simply by following the instructions
given. If another fault is displayed or the fault cannot be remedied, please call
Customer Services.
Before calling Customer Services, please note down the error message in full.
9.1
What to do if ...
... in the display appears
Possible cause
Solution
• Drain hose is blocked,
kinked or defective.
► Check the part of the drain hose that is not
housed in the appliance.
• The pumping height of the ► Resolve the problem.
drain hose is too high (<1.2
► Cancel the error message by pressing the
m).
button.
• The appliance is connected
► Start the programme.
to a concealed double
drain trap.
► If the error appears again, note down the error message in full and the serial number
(FN) and then turn off the power supply.
► Call Customer Services.
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… A3 flashes in the display
Possible cause
Solution
• The vanes in the washing
drum are dirty or wet.
► Check and clean the drum vanes. A cleaning
stone is particularly suitable for this.
… A9 flashes in the display
Possible cause
Solution
• The following parts in the
appliance could be
blocked:
► Check and, if necessary, clean the parts.
– Door filter
– Filter mat in door filter
– Base filter
– Additional filter mat
– Heat pump mat
► Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
► Start the programme.
► If the error appears again, note down the error message in full and the serial number
(FN) and then turn off the power supply.
► Inform the caretaker, the owner of the appliance or the property management company.
• High ambient temperature. ► Improve the ventilation of the room.
• The load is too wet/heavy. ► Spin washing at higher speed/reduce size of
load.
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... A11 appears in the display
Possible cause
Solution
• The following parts in the
appliance could be
blocked:
► Check and, if necessary, clean the parts.
– heat pump filter
– cooler filter
► Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
► Start the programme.
► If the error appears again, note down the error message in full and the serial number
(FN) and then turn off the power supply.
► Inform the caretaker, the owner of the appliance or the property management company.
After cleaning, if the «A11» error message appears in the display
again, the parts in the appliance that can trigger an «A9» error message must also be checked again.
... in the display appears:
Possible cause
Solution
• Door filter is missing.
► Insert the door filter and ensure it is positioned correctly, or close the appliance door.
• The appliance door is
open.
► Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
► Start the programme.
► If the error appears again, note down the error message in full and the serial number
(FN) and then turn off the power supply.
► Call Customer Services.
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... in the display appears
Possible cause
Solution
• Front mat is not in place or ► Put the front mat in correctly.
is not in place correctly.
► Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
► Start the programme.
► If the error appears again, note down the error message in full and the serial number
(FN) and then turn off the power supply.
► Call Customer Services.
► Inform the caretaker, the owner of the appliance or the property management company.
... in the display appears
Possible cause
Solution
• Pressing a programme
► Hold the
button depressed and at the
button several times while
same time press the required programme
the childproof lock is activbutton. The childproof lock has been overridated.
den. The appliance can now be operated
without regard to the childproof lock until the
programme starts.
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... in the display
…
and
flash alternately
Possible cause
Solution
• Various situations in the
appliance can lead to a
«F» error message.
► Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
► Turn the power supply off for about 1
minute.
► Turn the power supply back on again and
select a programme.
► If the error appears again, note down the error message in full and the serial number
(FN) and then turn off the power supply.
► Call Customer Services.
► Inform the caretaker, the owner of the appliance or the property management company.
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9 Trouble-shooting
... in the display
and
flash alternately
Possible cause
Solution
• Overvoltage
► Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
► Switch the power supply off for about 1
minute.
► Turn the power supply back on again and
select a programme.
If the error appears again:
► Disconnect the power supply.
► Have an electrician check the house installation.
If the error appears again:
► Note down the error message in full and the
serial number (FN) and then disconnect the
power supply.
► Call Customer Services.
► Inform the caretaker, the owner of the appliance or the property management company.
... it is not possible to select a new programme after closing the appliance
door
Possible cause
Solution
• A programme was interrup- Press the
button.
ted.
Select a new programme.
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9 Trouble-shooting
... the appliance does not start
Possible cause
Solution
• The appliance door is
open.
► Close the appliance door.
• Interruption in power supply.
► Insert the plug into the mains socket.
► Turn the wall switch on.
► Check the fuse or circuit breaker.
... the washing is not dry enough
Possible cause
Solution
• Load contained mixed fab- ► Select a longer programme.
rics.
► Select the
programme.
► Change the level of dryness.
• Interruption in power supply.
► Insert the plug into the mains socket.
► Turn the wall switch on.
► Check the fuse or circuit breaker.
• The demo (dEno) mode is ► Unplug at the mains and then plug back in
turned on.
again. If
appears, clear the demo
mode by opening the appliance door and
pressing the
,
and
combination of
buttons.
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9 Trouble-shooting
... the programme takes significantly longer than indicated
Possible cause
Solution
• The following parts in the
appliance could be
blocked:
► Check and, if necessary, clean the parts.
– door filter
– filter mat in door filter
– base filter
– cooler filter
• Very wet washing.
► Spin washing at higher speed.
• The ambient temperature is ► Improve the ventilation of the room.
too high.
... the washing is charged with static electricity
Possible cause
Solution
• Wash items that are made ► Static charge is a normal characteristic of
of man-made fibres.
man-made fibres and nothing to do with the
appliance.
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Drying tips
10.1
Fabric care symbols
To select the right drying programme, follow the fabric care symbols on garment labels.
Tumble dry, medium heat
Tumble dry, low heat
Do not tumble dry
10.2
General tips
• For the wash you are recommended not to use fabric conditioners or other
fabric care solutions. Tumble drying automatically leaves fabrics soft and
fluffy to the touch.
• The use of fabric conditioner in the wash can lead over time to the formation of a thin, barely visible film in the drum and on the moisture sensors.
This can cause a malfunction resulting in the washing not being dried to the
level of dryness required.
• Use tumble dryer sheets sparingly.
• Protect items of washing from getting damaged.
– Fasten duvet and pillow cases, hook and eye fasteners and zips.
– Fasten cloth belts and apron ties.
• Put only a few items of washing in the drum when drying fabrics that crease
easily.
• For bulky items (e.g. sleeping bags, duvets, etc.) which fill the drum over
half full, follow the fabric care symbols on the labels of the items carefully.
• Woollen and silk fabrics often carry the
«Do not tumble dry» label.
– For woollen and silk fabrics, follow the fabric care symbols on garment labels.
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• For easy-care fabrics (e.g. shirts and cotton-mix fabrics), select the additional
easy care function and put only a few items in the drum.
• Knitted and woven items (e.g. T-shirts) tend to shrink. Select the additional
easy care function.
• Items of clothing with metal fasteners (e.g. overalls) should be tumble dried
timed drying programme. The metal fasteners could
using the additional
cause the washing to be overdried in an automatic programme.
10.3
Energy-saving tips
• Well-spun washing requires a shorter drying time, saving energy.
– Spin washing well before tumble drying. Tumble drying largely removes
creases that come from spinning in the washing machine.
• Dirty fluff filters and filter mats reduce the air flow rate when drying and result in longer drying times and higher energy consumption.
– Fluff filters and filter mats must be cleaned regularly in accordance with
the operating instructions.
• Always fill the drum to the maximum load capacity of the relevant programme.
• Small, light items of washing dry faster; different materials can have different
drying durations.
– Sort items according to type and size to avoid over-drying of individual
items.
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11
Spare parts
Please give model number and exact designation when ordering parts.
Door filter incl. filter mat
Filter mat in door filter
Base filter
Additional filter mat
Cooler filter
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Technical data
Dimensions
Height:
90 cm
Width:
66 cm
Depth:
81 cm
Weight:
94 kg
Pumping height of pump:
1.2 m
Dry load capacity:
7 kg
Ambient conditions
Permissible room temperature when appliance in
operation: 5 °C to 35 °C
Electrical connection
► See identification plate
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12 Technical data
12.1
Product fiche
In accordance with EU Regulation No. 392/2012
Brand
-
V-ZUG Ltd
The model identifier corresponds to the first
alphanumerics on the identification plate.
-
199
Rated capacity for cotton laundry at full load
kg
7
-
Condenser tumble
dryer
-
A++
kWh
per
year
205.0
-
Automatic tumble
dryer
Energy consumption of standard cotton programme at full load
kWh
1.66
Energy consumption of standard cotton programme at partial load
kWh
1.00
Power consumption of the off mode
W
0.00
Power consumption of the left-on mode
W
2.50
mins.
30
-
Normal dry
Weighted programme time )
mins.
75
Programme time for the standard cotton programme at full load
mins.
95
Programme time for the standard cotton programme at partial load
mins.
60
Condensation efficiency class 4)
-
A
Condensation efficiency of the standard cotton programme at full load
%
92
Condensation efficiency of the standard cotton programme at partial load
%
92
Type of appliance
Energy efficiency class
1
Energy consumption of x kWh per year )
Type of tumble dryer
Duration of the left-on mode
2
Standard cotton programme )
3
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Weighted condensation efficiency 5)
%
92
Sound power level
dB
66
1) Energy consumption x kWh per year, 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.
2 The standard cotton programme to which the information in the label and the fiche relates. This programme is suitable for drying
)
normal wet cotton laundry and is the most efficient programme in terms of energy consumption for cotton.
3 The weighted programme time for the standard cotton programme at full and partial load.
)
)
4 Condensation efficiency class on a scale from G (least efficient) to A (most efficient).
5 The weighted condensation efficiency of the standard cotton programme at full and partial load.
)
12.2
Consumption values
The stated values for the programme duration and energy apply for the maximum stated capacity with a wash spun at around 1200 rpm (corresponds to
a residual moisture of around 60%). A higher spinning speed or a smaller load
reduce them by around 20–30 %.
Automatic programmes
Programme
Load capa- Residual mois- Programme duracity
ture
tion
Energy
kWh
kg
%
hrs./mins.
Extra dry
1–7
–4 to –1
1h55
2.00
Normal dry*
1–7
–1 to 2
1h35
1.66
Iron dry
1–7
8 to 16
1h15
1.40
Damp
1–7
20 to 30
1h05
1.05
Woollens
1
0 to 5
1h35
1.70
Crease guard
1
–
0h20
0.03
* Standard cotton programme, the most efficient in terms of energy consumption for drying wet cotton laundry
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12.3
Note for testing institutes
► The declaration data can be determined correctly only after a run-in phase
of 5 complete drying programmes with washing (automatic programme:
normal dry).
► Wash the door filter each time after completing a drying programme.
► The moisture sensor of the appliance is calibrated based on average water
hardness levels. To adjust the water conductivity value of the appliance according to the norm (75 mS/cm), the level of dryness must be set to «1» in
the user settings.
Set to the standard programme according to EN 61121:
• Cotton, normal dry, 7 kg load capacity
► Press the
button.
• Cotton, iron dry, 7 kg load capacity
► Press the
button.
• Easy care, normal dry, 2.5 kg load capacity
► Press the
12.4
button and then the
button.
Automatic energy-saving stand-by
The appliance is equipped with automatic energy-saving stand-by to avoid
consuming energy unnecessarily.
The appliance door must be open to obtain the lowest stand-by energy consumption.
All displays go out within minutes of a programme finishing. Energy consumption is reduced to an absolute minimum. The safety functions, however, remain
activated.
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Index
A
F
Additional filter mat
Cleaning............................................... 41
Airing........................................................... 18
Ambient conditions .................................. 54
Appliance
Preparing ............................................. 26
Appliance description .............................. 14
Automatic door opener ........................... 24
Automatic programmes........................... 19
F.. Call Customer Services ..................... 47
Fabric care symbols ................................ 51
Fabric types
Crease guard...................................... 19
Factory settings......................................... 25
Fluff.............................................................. 36
Function test .............................................. 12
Starting................................................. 13
H
C
Care ............................................................ 35
Changing the level of dryness ............... 23
Childproof lock.......................................... 23
Cleaning intervals ..................................... 35
Consumption data
Automatic programmes .................... 56
Cooling down ............................................ 18
Crease guard ............................................ 18
D
Delayed start ............................................. 20
Dimensions ................................................ 54
Disconnection............................................ 11
Display
Close appliance door........................ 45
Door filter missing.............................. 45
F.. Call Customer Services............... 47
H4 childproof lock activated............ 46
Insert filter mats.................................. 46
Display elements ...................................... 16
Disposal...................................................... 11
Door opener
Automatic ............................................ 24
Drying .................................................. 18, 26
E
Easy care ...................................................
Electrical connection................................
End of the wash day ................................
Energy-saving tips ....................................
Error messages ........................................
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20
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33
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43
Heat pump mat
Cleaning............................................... 41
I
Instructions for use ..................................... 8
L
Level of dryness........................................ 24
Level of dryness changing...................... 23
M
Maintenance .............................................. 35
Model number ............................................. 2
N
Note for testing institutes ........................ 57
Notes........................................................... 60
P
Packaging .................................................. 11
Power consumption ................................. 56
Preparing the appliance .......................... 26
Product family.............................................. 2
Programme
Aborting ............................................... 31
End ....................................................... 33
Interrupting .......................................... 31
Overview .............................................. 18
Sequence ............................................ 18
Programmes
Aborting through button selection
........................................................ 32
13 Index
Q
Queries ....................................................... 63
R
Removing any fluff.................................... 37
Room temperature ................................... 54
S
Safety .......................................................... 11
Safety precautions
Appliance-specific ................................ 7
General................................................... 6
Easy care ................................................... 29
Serial number (FN)................................... 13
Service & Support .................................... 63
Service agreement ................................... 63
Softener ...................................................... 51
Symbols ........................................................ 5
...
...
...
...
H1 appears in the display............ 45
H2 appears in the display............ 46
H4 appears in the display............ 46
it is not possible to select a new
programme after closing the appliance door...................................... 48
... the washing is charged with static
electricity ....................................... 50
... U1 and E42 flash alternately....... 48
F _ and E _ flash alternately ............ 47
What to do if…
... programme takes significantly
longer than indicated.................. 50
... the washing is not dry enough
........................................................ 49
T
Technical data........................................... 54
Testing institutes
Note ...................................................... 57
Timed drying.............................................. 20
Selecting .............................................. 29
Tips.............................................................. 51
Tumble dryer sheets ................................ 51
Type ............................................................... 2
U
User settings ............................................. 21
Changing ............................................. 21
Exiting................................................... 21
Overview .............................................. 22
V
Validity........................................................... 2
W
Washing
Loading ................................................ 26
Unloading ............................................ 33
What to do if...
... A0 Check outlet appears in the display................................................. 43
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14
60
Notes
61
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15
Service & Support
The «Troubleshooting» section provides valuable information for dealing with
minor operating faults. This saves you the time, effort and potential cost of having
to call out a service technician.
Information on the V-ZUG warranty can be found at www.vzug.com →Service →Warranty information. Please read this information carefully.
Please register your V-ZUG appliance immediately:
• online via www.vzug.com→Service→Warranty registration, or
• using the enclosed registration card.
This will allow you to take advantage of the best possible support in the event of a fault in
the appliance during the guarentee period. You will require the serial number (FN) and appliance designation to complete the registration process. This information can be found on
the identification plate for your appliance.
My appliance information:
FN: ___________________
Appliance: _____________________
Always have this appliance information to hand when you contact V-ZUG. Thank you.
► Open the appliance door.
– The identification plate is located at the top of the front panel.
Your repair order
Call the free service number 0800 850 850 to contact your nearest
V-ZUG service centre. You can arrange an onsite visit by us by phone if you wish.
General queries, accessories and service agreement
V-ZUG will be happy to help you with any general administrative or technical queries, to
accept your orders for accessories and spare parts and to inform you about our progressive service agreements. You can contact us by calling Tel. + 41 58 767 67 67 or by going
to our website at vzug.com.
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Quick instructions
Please first read the safety precautions in the operating instructions!
► Open the appliance door
► Check the filter in the door
► Load the appliance
► Close the appliance door
► Select programme
► Select any additional function, if required
► The appliance starts automatically after 15 seconds
When the programme has finished:
► When
appears in the display, unload the dry washing
► Clean the door filter
► Close the appliance door
At the end of the wash day:
► Clean the door filter
► Close the appliance door
J199553-R04
V-ZUG Ltd, Industriestrasse 66, CH-6301 Zug
Tel. +41 58 767 67 67, Fax +41 58 767 61 61
[email protected], www.vzug.com
Service Centre: Tel. 0800 850 850
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