Machine operation
Additional information (including troubleshooting and service) can be found in the individual sections of the
Instructions For Use.
Sort laundry according to
care symbols
Do not tumble dry
Sort laundry by:
Material thickness: whenever the load is greater than the dryer can handle,
separate laundry according to weight (e.g. dry towels and thin underwear separately).
Type of material: cotton (linen); synthetic textiles (easy care).
Suitable for tumble drying at low temperatures
Dryness level: cupboard dry, iron dry etc.
Suitable for tumble drying
Do not tumble dry: woollens, silk, nylon stockings, delicate embroidery, fabrics with
metallic decorations, bulky items such as sleeping bags or pillows.
Prepare laundry
Check that all fastenings are closed and that pockets are empty. Ensure that there are
no cigarette lighters in the wash. Turn laundry inside out.
Load dryer
Place laundry loosely in the drum to achieve even drying throughout. Then close the
door.
Select programme
Select the required drying programme by turning the programme selector knob (for
information, refer to programme table).
Select options
(if available)
Start dryer
Programme end unload dryer
Switch dryer off
Select the required option by pressing the corresponding button.
The indicator lamp above the relevant button lights up to confirm your selection.
A fast blinking LED indicates that an invalid selection has been made (incompatible
option). Press the button again to cancel the option.
Start the drying programme by pressing the “Start (Pause)” button.
The relevant indicator lamp lights up.
Changing programme selection: if the selected programme is changed during
drying, the dryer stops. The “Start (Pause)” indicator lamp flashes.
To run the new programme, press the “Start (Pause)” button again.
Interrupting programme: to interrupt a drying cycle, press the “Start (Pause)”
button and open the door. Wait at least 5 minutes, to allow the laundry to cool down,
before unloading the dryer. For your safety, the drying cycle stops automatically if you
open the door. To restart the cycle after opening the door, press the “Start (Pause)”
button again.
Warning: never stop a tumble dryer before the end of the drying cycle, unless all
items are quickly removed and spread out so that the heat is dissipated.
The final part of a drying cycle occurs without heat (cool-down cycle) to ensure that
the items reach a lower temperature to avoid wrinkling.
End: take the laundry out of the dryer. The drying process is complete and the anticrease phase has been reached (active).
Set the programme selector knob to “Off” (“O”).
Set the programme selector knob to “Off” (“O”).
Cleaning the lint filter: open door, pull lint filter up and out of machine and open it. Brush lint using a soft brush or your
fingertips. Close lint filter and push firmly back into place (more detailed informations are given in the Instructions For Use).
Emptying the water container: pull container out by the handle and empty. Replace the container when empty by pushing it
completely back into place.
Please note: only use additives/plastic items specified as dryer safe and rinse items that have been treated with stain remover
thoroughly in plenty of water before drying. Never dry rubber objects or objects stained with vegetable oils in the dryer.
The Manufacturer is not liable for any damage to laundry resulting from inadequate or incorrect fabric care instructions which
have been provided with the garment or article.
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Multi-layered, thick laundry such as: terry towels,
terry towelling bath robes.
X
X
1.0
3.5
1.0
3.5
Laundry which does not require ironing such as: shirts,
blouses, T-shirts, sportswear.
Laundry which requires ironing such as: trousers,
dresses, skirts, shirts, blouses.
Low drying intensity for delicates and items such as:
trousers, dresses, shirts, blouses.
T-shirts, blouses, towels, underwear, sportswear.
Cupboard dry **
Iron dry
Delicate plus
Mixed load
Additional drying time for textiles that are not suitable
for other programmes, or for finalisation of the drying
process.
* Weight of average and maximum load.
** Test programmes according to EN 61121, tested with maximum rated load capacity.
30’ 40’ 60’ 90’
All fabrics
Max. 3.0 kg
Cotton - Synthetic blend
Max. 2.5 kg
Laundry made from synthetic fibres
Max. 3.5 kg
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—
3.0
X
—
X
X
X
1.0
3.5
Laundry with thick, multi-layered areas such as: bed
and table linen, track suits, anoraks, blankets.
Extra dry
2.5
X
3.0
7.0
X
3.0
7.0
Laundry which requires ironing such as: bed and table
linen, dry towels, T-shirts, polo shirts, work clothes.
X
X
Iron dry **
Synthetic, mixed fibre or cotton easy
care (ironing not required) laundry
Options
X
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Gentle Anticrease Rapid Buzzer Start
delay
3.0
7.0
3.0
7.0
Volume
of load
kg*
Similar types of laundry which do not require ironing
such as: dry towels, bed linen, underwear, baby
clothes, T-shirts, cotton socks.
Max. 7 kg
Cotton or linen hot wash/
coloured laundry
Fabrics
Cupboard dry **
Cupboard dry plus Terry towels, dry towels, bed linen, underwear.
Extra dry
Type of textile
Overview of programmes
Laundry is aired, refreshed and loosen up All textiles.
for 30 minutes without heating.
Programmes / Drying levels
Cotton
Easy care
Special programmes
Airing
Drying
times
2
—
60’
70’
15’
35’
20’
40’
25’
60’
40’
85’
55’
100’
60’
120’
65’
140’
Wet
load
30’ 40’
60’ 90’
—
80’
85’
20’
45’
25’
55’
35’
80’
50’
100’
65’
115’
70’
140’
75’
160’
Very
wet
load
Approximate
drying times
(in minutes)
How to proceed if...
...you want to check the dryer yourself first: (If your machine is not functioning correctly, please
check the following points before calling the Customer Service department - also refer to relevant
section in the Instructions For Use).
• Was the inserted laundry too wet (washing machine spin speed less than 1000 rpm)?
• Is the lint filter dirty? (filter indicator light on)
• Is the heat exchanger dirty? (for more information, refer to the Instructions For Use)
Drying takes too long/
Laundry is not dry enough
• Is the room temperature too high?
• Are the “End” and “Anti-crease” indicator lamps lighting up? The drying cycle is
complete and the laundry can be taken out.
• If the drying result does not meet your expectation, select a drier programme or use
the dryness adjustment option (if available).
• Are thin and thick laundry mixed? Are different types of materials mixed? Sort the
laundry by thickness and material, then dry it again.
• Is the plug properly inserted into the mains electricity socket?
• Is there a power failure?
The dryer does not
operate (after a power
failure, always press the
“Start (Pause)” button)
• Has the fuse blown?
• Is the door properly closed?
• Has a drying programme been selected?
• Has the “Start (Pause)” button been pressed?
• Has the start delay option been selected?
• Is the dryer overloaded?
Please remove some of the load.
Lint filter, water container
or heat exchanger
indicator lamp on
Water droplets
underneath the dryer
• Is the lint filter clean?
• Is the water container empty?
• Has the water container been inserted correctly?
• Is the heat exchanger clean and inserted correctly?
• Has the heat exchanger been inserted correctly?
• Has all lint on the heat exchanger seal and the door seal been wiped away?
• Has the water container been inserted correctly?
• If the direct drain connection is used, is it tight?
• Is the dryer levelled?
...you want to care for and clean your dryer:
Clean the filter at the end
of every cycle
Empty the water container
at the end of every drying
cycle
Clean the heat exchanger
at least once a month
• Brush lint using a soft brush or your fingertips.
• Close the filter.
• Push the filter back into place.
• Pull the handle to remove the water container.
• Empty the water container.
• Replace the empty water container by pushing it fully back into place.
• Clean the heat exchanger under running water.
• Remove all lint from the seals.
• Clean the heat exchanger housing (for further information see section “Cleaning the
heat exchanger” in the Instructions for Use).
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Failure codes
In the event that the dryer malfunctions, one of the following failure codes may be displayed.
Depending on the model of your dryer, the failure may be displayed in letters or by different
blinking LEDs.
Failure code
LED failure code
Check to be carried out by customer before service call
F01
Please call the After-Sales Service.
F02
Please call the After-Sales Service.
F03
Please call the After-Sales Service.
F04
Please call the After-Sales Service.
F05
Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Make sure that the ambient temperature is
between 5°C and 35°C. Wait for 1 hour. Plug the dryer back in and restart it. If the
failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
F06
Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Make sure that the ambient temperature is
between 5°C and 35°C. Wait for 1 hour. Plug the dryer back in and restart it. If the
failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
F07
Please call the After-Sales Service.
F10 - 15
Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 5 minutes. Plug the dryer back in and restart it.
If the failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
F18
Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 1 hour. Plug the dryer back in and restart it.
If the failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
F19
Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 5 minutes. Plug the dryer back in and restart it.
If the failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
F20
Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 1 hour. Plug the dryer back in and restart it.
If the failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
F21
Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 5 minutes. Plug the dryer back in and restart it.
If the failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
F22
Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 5 minutes. Plug the dryer back in and restart it.
If the failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
Start LED blinks
Make sure that the door is correctly closed and the heat exchanger correctly positioned.
2 times per
second when If the failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
pressed
Heat exchanger
LED blinks 2 Make sure that the heat exchanger is correctly positioned.
times when Start If the failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
button is pressed
LED not blinking
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LED blinking
Before using the machine, please also read the Instructions For Use carefully!
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Quick Reference Guide
Indicator lamps
Programme selector knob
The drying programme is selected by
turning this knob. The “Start (Pause)”
“Remaining time” display
Depending on the selected programme, a
default drying time is displayed. After the
start of the cycle, the displayed time is
indicator lamp flashes.
“Start (Pause)” button
The drying programme is started by
pressing this button. The indicator lamp
lights up.
corrected depending on the volume, type
and moisture level of the laundry.
The specified drying time is a
calculated value which will be
Clean filter
updated during the drying cycle.
The flashing lines indicate that the
The indicator lamp lights up when the
calculation is in progress. The remaining
filter and/or the heat exchanger and its
time will be updated.
housing need to be cleaned.
Clean the filter at the end of every
drying cycle.
Water container
The indicator lamp lights up when the
End of cycle
The drying programme is finished. Please
unload the dryer.
Overdry protection / 6th Sense
The indicator lights up when a humidity
controlled programme is selected, to
water container needs to be emptied.
indicate the activated protection function.
The drying cycle is automatically
Key lock
interrupted. Empty the container and
For child safety, this option can be used to
restart the drying programme.
Empty the water container after
every drying cycle.
Clean condenser
The LED lights up after 30 cycles when the
heat exchanger needs to be cleaned. After
lock all functions of the user interface.
To activate/deactivate this option, the
button must be pressed for 3 seconds.
The only remaining function available is
the “Off” position of the programme
selector knob.
The key lock function remains active even
the heat exchanger has been cleaned, the
when the selector knob is turned to the
indicator lamp will switch off automatically
“Off” position or the door is opened. The
when the next drying cycle is started.
function must be deactivated manually.
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Gentle
Selecting this option will reduce the
drying temperature. This option cannot
be selected when the “Rapid” option is
selected (if available).
Anticrease
This option can be chosen to reduce
wrinkling, when the laundry is not
unloaded immediately after the end of the
cycle. The drum turns from time to time
for up to 12 hours. It can be interrupted
at any time by switching off the dryer. This
option deactivates the “Buzzer” function,
if it is activated.
Rapid
Selecting this option reduces the drying
time. This option should only be selected
for cotton programmes, with a maximum
load of 3.5 kg.
The garments should be a similar size and
thickness.
Buzzer
When this option is pressed, a buzzer will
indicate the end of the drying cycle. This
option deactivates the “Anti-crease”
function, if it is activated.
Start delay
Delays the start of the drying cycle by 1 to
12 hours. Each time the button is pressed,
the start time is delayed by 1 hour. Press
the “Start (Pause)” button to confirm
the final selection and to start the dryer.
The “:” in the window flashes and the
time is counted down in 1-hour intervals.
During the countdown, the drum will turn
from time to time to redistribute the
laundry and the pump will start to pump
water into the water container. To cancel
or change the previously set time delay,
set the index of the programme selector
knob to the “Off” position, or open the
door.
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(Subject to technical modifications)