User Manual Neff R7380X1EU/24 Tumble dryer

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Emptying condensation

Empty container after each drying operation!

1. Pull out condensation container keeping it horizontal.

2. Pour out condensation.

3. Always push container in fully until it clicks into place.

If (Container) flashes in the display panel What to do if. Page 10.

Cleaning the fluff filter

Clean the fluff filter after each drying operation.

1. Open the door. remove fluff from door/door area.

2. Pull out and fold open the fluff filter.

3. Remove the fluff (by wiping the filter with your hand).

If the fluff filter is very dirty or blocked. rinse with warm water and dry thoroughly.

4. Close and reinsert the fluff filter.

Switching off the dryer

Turn the programme selector to (Off).

Do not leave laundry in the dryer.

Removing the laundry

The automatic anti-crease function causes the drum to move at specific intervals. the washing remains loose and fluffy for an hour (two hours if the additional (Reduced Ironing) function is also selected depending on model).

Never start the dryer if it is damaged!

Inform your after-sales service.

Inspecting the dryer

Sorting and loading laundry

Remove all items from pockets.

Check for cigarette lighters.

The drum must be empty prior to loading.

See programme overview on page 7.

See also separate instructions for “Woollens basket” (depending on model)

Your new dryer

Congratulations - You have chosen a modern. high-quality Neff domestic appliance.

The condensation dryer is distinguished by its economical energy consumption.

Every dryer which leaves our factory is carefully checked to ensure that it functions correctly and is in perfect condition.

Should you have any questions. our after-sales service will be pleased to help.

Disposal in an environmentally-responsible manner Dispose of packaging in an environmentally-responsible manner.

This appliance is labelled in accordance with the European guideline 2002/96/EG on waste electrical and electronic equipment - WEEE.

The guideline provides an EU-wide framework for the return and recycling of old appliances.

For further information about our products. accessories. spare parts and services. please visit: www.neff.de

Intended use Preparing for installation. see Page 8

Selecting and adjusting the programme

Drying

Condensation container

Control panel

Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer.

Keep pets away from the dryer.

Select the drying programme

Press the Start/Stop button

Make sure your hands are dry.

Hold the plug only.

Connecting the mains plug

Drying

Information on laundry

Labelling of fabrics

Follow the manufacturer's care information.

Drying at normal temperature.

Drying at low temperature also select (Low Heat) Do not machine dry.

Observe safety instructions without fail Page 11!

Do not tumble-dry the following fabrics for example: – Impermeable fabrics (e.g. rubber-coated fabrics). – Delicate materials (silk or curtains made from synthetic material) they may crease – Laundry contaminated with oil.

Drying tips

– To ensure a consistent result. sort the laundry by fabric type and drying programme. – Always dry very small items (e.g. baby socks) together with large items of laundry (e.g. hand towel). – Close zips. hooks and eyelets. and button up covers.

Tie fabric belts. apron strings. etc. together – Do not over-dry easy-care laundry risk of creasing!

Allow laundry to finish drying in the air. – Do not dry woolens in the dryer. only use to freshen them up Page 7. Wool finish Programme (depending on model). – Do not iron laundry immediately after drying. fold items up and leave for a while the remaining moisture will then be distributed evenly. – Machine-knitted fabrics (e.g. T-shirts or jerseys) often shrink the first time they are dried do not use the (Cupboard Dry Plus) programme. – Starched laundry is not always suitable for dryers starch leaves behind a coating that adversely affects the drying operation. – Use the correct dosage of fabric softener as per the manufacturer's instructions when washing the laundry to be dried. – Use the timer programme for small loads this improves the drying result.

Environmental protection/energy-saving tips

– Before drying. spin the laundry thoroughly in the washing machine the higher the spin speed the shorter the drying time will be (consumes less energy). also spin easy-care laundry. – Put in. but do not exceed. the maximum recommended quantity of laundry programme overview Page 7. – Make sure the room is well ventilated during drying. – Do not obstruct or seal up the air inlet. – Keep the air cooler clean page 6 “Care and cleaning”.

Drum

All buttons are sensitive and only need to be touched lightly.

Only operate the dryer with the fluff filter inserted!

Air inlet

Fluff filter

Drum interior light (depending on model)

Maintenance flap

Care and cleaning

Dryer housing. control panel. air cooler. moisture sensors – Wipe with a soft. damp cloth. – Do not use harsh cleaning agents and solvents. – Remove detergent and cleaning agent residue immediately. – During drying. water may collect between the door and seal.

This does not affect your dryer's functions in any way.

Clean the protective filter 5 - 6 times a year or if (Filter) flashes after cleaning the fluff filter.

Air cooler / protective filter When cleaning. only remove the protective filter. Clean the air cooler behind the protective filter once a year. – Allow the dryer to cool. – Residual water may leak out. so place an absorbent towel underneath the maintenance door.

1. Unlock the maintenance door.

2. Open the maintenance door fully.

3. Turn both locking levers towards each another.

4. Pull out the protective filter/air cooler.

Do not damage the protective filter or air cooler.

Clean with warm water only. Do not use any hard or sharp-edged objects.

Clean the protective filter/ air cooler thoroughly.

Allow to drip dry.

6. Clean the seals.

7. Re-insert the protective filter/air cooler. with the handle facing down.

8. Turn back both locking levers.

9. Close the maintenance door until the lock clicks into place.

Moisture sensors

The dryer is fitted with stainless steel moisture sensors. The sensors measure the level of moisture in the laundry. After a long period of operation. a fine layer of limescale may form on the sensors.

Open the door and clean the moisture sensors with a damp sponge which has a rough surface.

Do not use steel wool or abrasive materials.

Programme end once lights up in the display.

Interrupt programme removing or adding laundry.

The drying cycle can be interrupted for a brief period so that laundry may be added or removed.

The programme selected must then be resumed and completed.

Never switch the dryer off before the drying process has ended.

Drum and door may be hot!

Open door. the drying process is interrupted.

Load or remove laundry and close door.

If required. select a new programme and additional functions.

Press the Start/Stop button. The remaining time is updated after a few minutes.

Contents Page

Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2

Setting the programmes . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2

Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3/4

Information on laundry . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 5

Care and cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 6

Programme overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 7

Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 8

Frost protection / Transport. . . . . . . . . .. 8

Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 9

Optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 9

What to do if / After-sales service . . . .10

Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

Additional functions Programme selector Time remaining Display panel

Only when switched off!

Select On/Off for a acoustic signal at end of programme. (Buzzer) Reduced temperature for delicate fabrics that require a longer drying time; e.g. for polyacrylics. polyamide. elastane or acetate.

(Low Heat)

Reduces creasing and extends the anti-creasing phase once the program has ended.

(Reduced Ironing)

Programme overview also see Page 5

After drying: laundry is to be

T-shirt

Shirts

Trousers

Skirts/dresses

Sportswear

Work clothing

Anoraks

Towelling dressing gowns

Underwear

Socks

Bed linen

Table linen

Terry towels

Tea towels/ towels

(Cupboard Dry)

(Cupboard Dry Plus)

Outdoor max. 1.5 kg For fabrics with membrane coating. water-repellent fabrics. functional clothing. fleece fabrics (dry jackets/trousers with removable internal lining separately).

Dessous max. 1 kg For lingerie made of synthetic fibres. cotton or blended fabric.

Wool finish max. 3 kg For woollen fabrics suitable for machine-washing. Fabrics become fluffier but not dry.

Remove fabrics once the programme has ended and allow to dry.

Super 40 max. 2 kg

For laundry made of synthetic fibres. cotton or blended fabrics (for example) that needs to be dried quickly. The values may differ from the those specified depending on the type of fabric. mixture of laundry to be dried. residual moisture in the fabric and loading capacity.

Timed programme 20 min max. 3 kg For pre-dried. multi-layered. sensitive fabrics made of acrylic fibres. or separate small items of laundry.

Also for subsequent drying.

1110 / 9000577708

+577708*

R7380X1EU

Installation

– Delivery specification: dryer. instructions for installation and use. woollens basket (depending on model). – Check dryer for transport damage. – The dryer is very heavy. Do not attempt to lift it on your own. – Be careful to avoid sharp edges. – Do not lift the dryer by any of the protruding parts (e.g. the door) as they may break off. – Do not set up in a room that is susceptible to frost. Freezing water may cause damage. – If in doubt. have the appliance connected by an expert.

Setting up the dryer – The appliance plug must always be accessible. – Ensure that the appliance is installed on a clean. level and solid surface. – Keep the cooling grille at the front of the dryer unobstructed. – Keep the area around the dryer clean. – Make the dryer level using the threaded feet and a spirit level.

Do not remove the threaded feet under any circumstances.

Mains connection see safety instructions Page 11. – Connect to an AC earthed socket. If in doubt have the socket checked by an expert. – The mains voltage and the voltage shown on the rating plate ( Page 9) must correspond. – The connected load and necessary fuse protection are specified on the rating plate.

Converting the installed load Note the fuse protection of the socket.

10/16 Amps

Frost protection / Transport

Preparation 1. Empty the condensation container page 4.

2. Select any programme using the programme selector.

3. Press the Start/Stop button condensation is pumped into the container.

4. Wait 5 min. and then empty the condensation container again.

5. Turn the programme selector to (Off).

Take all accessory parts out of the drum.

The drum must be empty.

Make sure that the air inlet remains unobstructed

Clean and level

Feedback:

10 A

16 A

Do not operate the dryer if there is a danger of frost.

Do not set up the dryer behind a door or sliding door as this may obstruct or prevent the dryer door from opening. This will prevent a potentially fatal danger to children from locking themselves in.

Technical data

Dimensions (DxWxH) 60 x 60 x 85 cm (height adjustable)

Weight approximately 45 kg

Max. capacity 7 kg

Condensation container 4.2 l

Connection voltage Connected load Fuse protection see appliance rating plate

Ambient temperature Product number/ Production number

You can find the rating plate on the back of the dryer.

Consumption rates These are guide values determined under standard conditions. Fluctuations up to 10% are possible. The value on the label is achieved at the maximum heat setting.

Spin speed in rpm (residual moisture) Drying time in min.** Energy consumption in kWh**

Cottons+Linens 7 kg 10 A 16 A 10 A 16 A

(Cupboard Dry) * 1400 (approx. 50 %) 3.36

1000 (approx. 60 %) 3.92

(approx. 70 %) 4.48

(Iron Dry) * 1400 (approx. 50 %) 2.42

1000 (approx. 60 %) 3.06

(approx. 70 %) 3.70

Synthetics 3.5 kg (Cupboard Dry) * (approx. 40 %) 1.35

(approx. 50 %) 1.65

+Test program according to DIN EN 61121.

+*The values may differ from the those specified depending on the type of fabric. mixture of laundry to be dried. residual moisture in the fabric and loading capacity.

Drum interior light (depending on model) (bulb E14. 25 W) The drum is illuminated after the door is opened or closed. and also after the programme is started. It goes out automatically. Replacing the bulb Page 10.

Optional accessories (order from the after-sales service using the order number)

Connection fittings for condensation outlet The condensation is conveyed directly via a hose.

Washer-dryer stack connection set The dryer can be placed on top of a suitable washing machine with the same width and depth to save space. This connection set must always be used to secure the dryer to the washing machine. With pull-out worktop: WZ 20300.

Installation underneath the worktop Risk of electric shock!

Instead of the appliance covering plate. you must have a metal cover fitted by an expert.

WZ 20160

WZ 20310

WZ 20290

What to do if

If you cannot rectify a fault yourself. please contact our after-sales service. We will always find an appropriate solution and will avoid unnecessary visits by engineers. Trust the expertise of the manufacturer and rest assured that the repair will be carried out by trained service technicians using original spare parts. The contact details of your local after-sales service can be found in the enclosed after-sales service directory. or by calling one of these numbers: – GB 0844 8928989 Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to 3 pence per minute.

A call set-up fee of up to 6 pence may apply. – IE 01450 2655 When contacting the after-sales service. please quote the appliance's product number (E no.) and production number (FD) (see the inside of the door).

Set the programme selector to (Off) and remove the appliance plug from the socket.

The Start/Stop indicator lamp does not light up.

Mains plug plugged in?

Programme selected?

The (Container) and Start/Stop indicator lights are flashing.

Empty the condensation container.

If featured. check hose for condensation outlet.

The (Filter) and Start/Stop indicator lights are flashing.

Clean the fluff filter and/or air cooler Page 4/6.

Dryer does not start.

Start/Stop button selected?

Door closed?

Programme set?

Ambient temperature greater than 5 °C?

Water is running out.

Align dryer horizontally.

Clean air cooler seal.

The door opens by itself.

Push the door closed until you hear it engage.

The required degree of dryness was not achieved or the drying time was too long.

Clean the fluff filter and/or air cooler Page 4/6.

Empty condensation container Page 4.

Check water outlet (if featured).

Ambient temperature higher than 35 °C airing.

Air inlet may be blocked keep unobstructed.

Was an unsuitable programme selected? Page 7.

Has the dryer been installed with sufficient space on all sides? Ensure that air can circulate.

Fine layer of scale on the moisture sensors Clean the moisture sensors page 6.

Laundry damp.

Use the next drying programme up or use the timer programme as a supplement Page 7.

Warm laundry feels damper than it really is!

The moisture content of the room has increased significantly.

Make sure the room is sufficiently ventilated.

Air inlet blocked? keep unobstructed.

Ensure that the air cooler has been inserted.

Mains failure.

Remove laundry from the dryer immediately and spread out. This allows the heat to dissipate.

One or more indicator lights for programme status are flashing.

Clean filter and air cooler Page 4/6.

Check installation conditions Page 8.

Switch off. leave to cool down. switch on again. restart programme.

The interior light is not working (depending on model).

Pull out the appliance plug. remove the cover cap in the interior above the door (use Torx 20 screw driver) and replace the bulb. Close the cover cap.

Never operate the dryer without a cover cap.

Safety instructions

Emergency – Pull the appliance plug out of the socket immediately or disconnect the fuse.

ONLY use the dryer – In rooms inside the house. – To dry fabrics.

The dryer must NEVER – Be used for other purposes than those described above. – Be modified in terms of its technology or attributes.

Dangers – The dryer must not be used by children or persons who have not been instructed in its use. – Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer. – Keep pets away from the dryer. – Remove all objects from pockets.

Make especially sure that cigarette lighters are removed as they constitute an explosion hazard. – Do not lean or sit on the door risk of tipping.

Installation – Secure loose cables tripping hazard. – Do not operate the dryer if there is a risk of frost.

Mains connection – Connect the dryer according to specifications to an AC earthed socket. as otherwise it cannot be guaranteed that the appliance is completely safe. – The cable cross-section must be sufficient.

– Only use earth-leakage circuit breakers with the following symbol: – The appliance plug and socket must be compatible. – Do not use multiple plugs/couplings and/or extension cables. – Do not hold the appliance plug with wet hands risk of electric shock. – Never pull the appliance plug out of the socket by its cable. – Do not damage the mains lead risk of electric shock.

Operation – Only load the drum with laundry.

Check the contents before you switch the dryer on. – Do not use the dryer if the laundry has been in contact with solvents. oil. wax. grease or paint (e.g. hair setting spray. nail polish remover. stain remover. cleaning solvent. etc.) fire/explosion hazard. – Dust (e.g. coal dust. flour) poses a danger: do not use the dryer explosion hazard. – Do not put laundry containing foamed material/rubber in the dryer elastic material may be destroyed and the dryer may be damaged due to possible deformation of the foamed material. – Switch off the dryer once the programme has ended. – Condensation is not drinking water and may be contaminated with fluff.

Defect – Do not use the dryer if it is defective or if you suspect it is.

Repairs must only be carried out by the after-sales service. – Do not use the dryer if the mains cable is defective. To avoid danger. only have the defective mains cable replaced by the after-sales service. – Always pull the mains plug out of the socket before changing the bulb for the interior light risk of electric shock.

Spare parts – Only use genuine spare parts and accessories for safety reasons.

Disposal – Dryer: pull out the appliance plug. then cut off the mains cable from the appliance.

Dispose of at municipal waste disposal facility. – Packaging: do not leave children alone with packing parts risk of suffocation. – All materials are environmentally sound and can be reused. Dispose of in an environmentally-responsible manner.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND USE

TUMBLE DRYER

Read these instructions before operating the dryer.

Observe the safety instructions on page 11.

Emptying condensation

Empty container after each drying operation!

1. Pull out condensation container keeping it horizontal.

2. Pour out condensation.

3. Always push container in fully until it clicks into place.

If (Container) flashes in the display panel What to do if. Page 10.

Cleaning the fluff filter

Clean the fluff filter after each drying operation.

1. Open the door. remove fluff from door/door area.

2. Pull out and fold open the fluff filter.

3. Remove the fluff (by wiping the filter with your hand).

If the fluff filter is very dirty or blocked. rinse with warm water and dry thoroughly.

4. Close and reinsert the fluff filter.

Switching off the dryer

Turn the programme selector to (Off).

Do not leave laundry in the dryer.

Removing the laundry

The automatic anti-crease function causes the drum to move at specific intervals. the washing remains loose and fluffy for an hour (two hours if the additional (Reduced Ironing) function is also selected depending on model).

Inspecting the dryer

Sorting and loading laundry

See also separate instructions for “Woollens basket”

Selecting and adjusting the programme

Drying

Condensation container

Control panel

Select the drying programme

Press the Start/Stop button

Connecting the mains plug

Drying

Drum

All buttons are sensitive and only need to be touched lightly.

Only operate the dryer with the fluff filter inserted!

Air inlet

Fluff filter

Drum interior light (depending on model)

Maintenance flap

Programme end once lights up in the display.

Interrupt programme removing or adding laundry.

The drying cycle can be interrupted for a brief period so that laundry may be added or removed.

The programme selected must then be resumed and completed.

Never switch the dryer off before the drying process has ended.

Drum and door may be hot!

Open door. the drying process is interrupted.

Load or remove laundry and close door.

If required. select a new programme and additional functions.

Press the Start/Stop button. The remaining time is updated after a few minutes.

Information on laundry

Labelling of fabrics

Follow the manufacturer's care information.

Drying at normal temperature.

Drying at low temperature also select (Low Heat) Do not machine dry.

Observe safety instructions without fail Page 11!

Do not tumble-dry the following fabrics for example: – Impermeable fabrics (e.g. rubber-coated fabrics). – Delicate materials (silk or curtains made from synthetic material) they may crease – Laundry contaminated with oil.

Drying tips

– To ensure a consistent result. sort the laundry by fabric type and drying programme. – Always dry very small items (e.g. baby socks) together with large items of laundry (e.g. hand towel). – Close zips. hooks and eyelets. and button up covers.

Tie fabric belts. apron strings. etc. together – Do not over-dry easy-care laundry risk of creasing!

Allow laundry to finish drying in the air. – Do not dry woolens in the dryer. only use to freshen them up Page 7. Wool finish Programme (depending on model). – Do not iron laundry immediately after drying. fold items up and leave for a while the remaining moisture will then be distributed evenly. – Machine-knitted fabrics (e.g. T-shirts or jerseys) often shrink the first time they are dried do not use the (Cupboard Dry Plus) programme. – Starched laundry is not always suitable for dryers starch leaves behind a coating that adversely affects the drying operation. – Use the correct dosage of fabric softener as per the manufacturer's instructions when washing the laundry to be dried. – Use the timer programme for small loads this improves the drying result.

Environmental protection/energy-saving tips

– Before drying. spin the laundry thoroughly in the washing machine the higher the spin speed the shorter the drying time will be (consumes less energy). also spin easy-care laundry. – Put in. but do not exceed. the maximum recommended quantity of laundry programme overview Page 7. – Make sure the room is well ventilated during drying. – Do not obstruct or seal up the air inlet. – Keep the air cooler clean page 6 “Care and cleaning”.

Care and cleaning

Dryer housing. control panel. air cooler. moisture sensors – Wipe with a soft. damp cloth. – Do not use harsh cleaning agents and solvents. – Remove detergent and cleaning agent residue immediately. – During drying. water may collect between the door and seal.

This does not affect your dryer's functions in any way.

Clean the protective filter 5 - 6 times a year or if (Filter) flashes after cleaning the fluff filter.

Air cooler / protective filter When cleaning. only remove the protective filter. Clean the air cooler behind the protective filter once a year. – Allow the dryer to cool. – Residual water may leak out. so place an absorbent towel underneath the maintenance door.

1. Unlock the maintenance door.

2. Open the maintenance door fully.

3. Turn both locking levers towards each another.

4. Pull out the protective filter/air cooler.

Do not damage the protective filter or air cooler.

Clean with warm water only. Do not use any hard or sharp-edged objects.

Clean the protective filter/ air cooler thoroughly.

Allow to drip dry.

6. Clean the seals.

7. Re-insert the protective filter/air cooler. with the handle facing down.

8. Turn back both locking levers.

9. Close the maintenance door until the lock clicks into place.

Moisture sensors

The dryer is fitted with stainless steel moisture sensors. The sensors measure the level of moisture in the laundry. After a long period of operation. a fine layer of limescale may form on the sensors.

Open the door and clean the moisture sensors with a damp sponge which has a rough surface.

Do not use steel wool or abrasive materials.

Only when switched off!

Programme overview also see Page 5

After drying: laundry is to be

T-shirt

Shirts

Trousers

Skirts/dresses

Sportswear

Work clothing

Anoraks

Towelling dressing gowns

Underwear

Socks

Bed linen

Table linen

Terry towels

Tea towels/ towels

(Cupboard Dry)

(Cupboard Dry Plus)

Outdoor max. 1.5 kg For fabrics with membrane coating. water-repellent fabrics. functional clothing. fleece fabrics (dry jackets/trousers with removable internal lining separately).

Dessous max. 1 kg For lingerie made of synthetic fibres. cotton or blended fabric.

Wool finish max. 3 kg For woollen fabrics suitable for machine-washing. Fabrics become fluffier but not dry.

Remove fabrics once the programme has ended and allow to dry.

Super 40 max. 2 kg

For laundry made of synthetic fibres. cotton or blended fabrics (for example) that needs to be dried quickly. The values may differ from the those specified depending on the type of fabric. mixture of laundry to be dried. residual moisture in the fabric and loading capacity.

Timed programme 20 min max. 3 kg For pre-dried. multi-layered. sensitive fabrics made of acrylic fibres. or separate small items of laundry.

Also for subsequent drying.

1110 / 9000577708

+577708*

R7380X1EU

Installation

– Delivery specification: dryer. instructions for installation and use. woollens basket (depending on model). – Check dryer for transport damage. – The dryer is very heavy. Do not attempt to lift it on your own. – Be careful to avoid sharp edges. – Do not lift the dryer by any of the protruding parts (e.g. the door) as they may break off. – Do not set up in a room that is susceptible to frost. Freezing water may cause damage. – If in doubt. have the appliance connected by an expert.

Setting up the dryer – The appliance plug must always be accessible. – Ensure that the appliance is installed on a clean. level and solid surface. – Keep the cooling grille at the front of the dryer unobstructed. – Keep the area around the dryer clean. – Make the dryer level using the threaded feet and a spirit level.

Do not remove the threaded feet under any circumstances.

Mains connection see safety instructions Page 11. – Connect to an AC earthed socket. If in doubt have the socket checked by an expert. – The mains voltage and the voltage shown on the rating plate ( Page 9) must correspond. – The connected load and necessary fuse protection are specified on the rating plate.

Converting the installed load Note the fuse protection of the socket.

10/16 Amps

Frost protection / Transport

Preparation 1. Empty the condensation container page 4.

2. Select any programme using the programme selector.

3. Press the Start/Stop button condensation is pumped into the container.

4. Wait 5 min. and then empty the condensation container again.

5. Turn the programme selector to (Off).

Take all accessory parts out of the drum.

The drum must be empty.

Make sure that the air inlet remains unobstructed

Clean and level

Feedback:

10 A

16 A

Do not operate the dryer if there is a danger of frost.

Do not set up the dryer behind a door or sliding door as this may obstruct or prevent the dryer door from opening. This will prevent a potentially fatal danger to children from locking themselves in.

Do not operate the dryer if

Technical data

Dimensions (DxWxH) 60 x 60 x 85 cm (height adjustable)

Weight approximately 45 kg

Max. capacity 7 kg

Condensation container 4.2 l

Connection voltage Connected load Fuse protection see appliance rating plate

Ambient temperature Product number/ Production number

You can find the rating plate on the back of the dryer.

Consumption rates These are guide values determined under standard conditions. Fluctuations up to 10% are possible. The value on the label is achieved at the maximum heat setting.

Spin speed in rpm (residual moisture) Drying time in min.** Energy consumption in kWh**

Cottons+Linens 7 kg 10 A 16 A 10 A 16 A

(Cupboard Dry) * 1400 (approx. 50 %) 3.36

1000 (approx. 60 %) 3.92

(approx. 70 %) 4.48

(Iron Dry) * 1400 (approx. 50 %) 2.42

1000 (approx. 60 %) 3.06

(approx. 70 %) 3.70

Synthetics 3.5 kg (Cupboard Dry) * (approx. 40 %) 1.35

(approx. 50 %) 1.65

+Test program according to DIN EN 61121.

+*The values may differ from the those specified depending on the type of fabric. mixture of laundry to be dried. residual moisture in the fabric and loading capacity.

Drum interior light (depending on model) (bulb E14. 25 W) The drum is illuminated after the door is opened or closed. and also after the programme is started. It goes out automatically. Replacing the bulb Page 10.

Optional accessories (order from the after-sales service using the order number)

Connection fittings for condensation outlet The condensation is conveyed directly via a hose.

Washer-dryer stack connection set The dryer can be placed on top of a suitable washing machine with the same width and depth to save space. This connection set must always be used to secure the dryer to the washing machine. With pull-out worktop: WZ 20300.

Installation underneath the worktop Risk of electric shock!

Instead of the appliance covering plate. you must have a metal cover fitted by an expert.

WZ 20160

WZ 20310

WZ 20290

What to do if

If you cannot rectify a fault yourself. please contact our after-sales service. We will always find an appropriate solution and will avoid unnecessary visits by engineers. Trust the expertise of the manufacturer and rest assured that the repair will be carried out by trained service technicians using original spare parts. The contact details of your local after-sales service can be found in the enclosed after-sales service directory. or by calling one of these numbers: – GB 0844 8928989 Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to 3 pence per minute.

A call set-up fee of up to 6 pence may apply. – IE 01450 2655 When contacting the after-sales service. please quote the appliance's product number (E no.) and production number (FD) (see the inside of the door).

Set the programme selector to (Off) and remove the appliance plug from the socket.

The Start/Stop indicator lamp does not light up.

Mains plug plugged in?

Programme selected?

The (Container) and Start/Stop indicator lights are flashing.

Empty the condensation container.

If featured. check hose for condensation outlet.

The (Filter) and Start/Stop indicator lights are flashing.

Clean the fluff filter and/or air cooler Page 4/6.

Dryer does not start.

Start/Stop button selected?

Door closed?

Programme set?

Ambient temperature greater than 5 °C?

Water is running out.

Align dryer horizontally.

Clean air cooler seal.

The door opens by itself.

Push the door closed until you hear it engage.

The required degree of dryness was not achieved or the drying time was too long.

Clean the fluff filter and/or air cooler Page 4/6.

Empty condensation container Page 4.

Check water outlet (if featured).

Ambient temperature higher than 35 °C airing.

Air inlet may be blocked keep unobstructed.

Was an unsuitable programme selected? Page 7.

Has the dryer been installed with sufficient space on all sides? Ensure that air can circulate.

Fine layer of scale on the moisture sensors Clean the moisture sensors page 6.

Laundry damp.

Use the next drying programme up or use the timer programme as a supplement Page 7.

Warm laundry feels damper than it really is!

The moisture content of the room has increased significantly.

Make sure the room is sufficiently ventilated.

Air inlet blocked? keep unobstructed.

Ensure that the air cooler has been inserted.

Mains failure.

Remove laundry from the dryer immediately and spread out. This allows the heat to dissipate.

One or more indicator lights for programme status are flashing.

Clean filter and air cooler Page 4/6.

Check installation conditions Page 8.

Switch off. leave to cool down. switch on again. restart programme.

The interior light is not working (depending on model).

Pull out the appliance plug. remove the cover cap in the interior above the door (use Torx 20 screw driver) and replace the bulb. Close the cover cap.

Never operate the dryer without a cover cap.

Do not operate the dryer if

Safety instructions

Emergency – Pull the appliance plug out of the socket immediately or disconnect the fuse.

ONLY use the dryer – In rooms inside the house. – To dry fabrics.

The dryer must NEVER – Be used for other purposes than those described above. – Be modified in terms of its technology or attributes.

Dangers – The dryer must not be used by children or persons who have not been instructed in its use. – Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer. – Keep pets away from the dryer. – Remove all objects from pockets.

Make especially sure that cigarette lighters are removed as they constitute an explosion hazard. – Do not lean or sit on the door risk of tipping.

Installation – Secure loose cables tripping hazard. – Do not operate the dryer if there is a risk of frost.

Mains connection – Connect the dryer according to specifications to an AC earthed socket. as otherwise it cannot be guaranteed that the appliance is completely safe. – The cable cross-section must be sufficient.

– Only use earth-leakage circuit breakers with the following symbol: – The appliance plug and socket must be compatible. – Do not use multiple plugs/couplings and/or extension cables. – Do not hold the appliance plug with wet hands risk of electric shock. – Never pull the appliance plug out of the socket by its cable. – Do not damage the mains lead risk of electric shock.

Operation – Only load the drum with laundry.

Check the contents before you switch the dryer on. – Do not use the dryer if the laundry has been in contact with solvents. oil. wax. grease or paint (e.g. hair setting spray. nail polish remover. stain remover. cleaning solvent. etc.) fire/explosion hazard. – Dust (e.g. coal dust. flour) poses a danger: do not use the dryer explosion hazard. – Do not put laundry containing foamed material/rubber in the dryer elastic material may be destroyed and the dryer may be damaged due to possible deformation of the foamed material. – Switch off the dryer once the programme has ended. – Condensation is not drinking water and may be contaminated with fluff.

Defect – Do not use the dryer if it is defective or if you suspect it is.

Repairs must only be carried out by the after-sales service. – Do not use the dryer if the mains cable is defective. To avoid danger. only have the defective mains cable replaced by the after-sales service. – Always pull the mains plug out of the socket before changing the bulb for the interior light risk of electric shock.

Spare parts – Only use genuine spare parts and accessories for safety reasons.

Disposal – Dryer: pull out the appliance plug. then cut off the mains cable from the appliance.

Dispose of at municipal waste disposal facility. – Packaging: do not leave children alone with packing parts risk of suffocation. – All materials are environmentally sound and can be reused. Dispose of in an environmentally-responsible manner.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND USE

TUMBLE DRYER

Read these instructions before operating the dryer.

Observe the safety instructions on page 11.



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