User's Manual Exhaust Type Tumble Dryer HLP140E Please read this manual carefully before using. Retain it for future reference.
Names Of The Parts Transparent Windows Door Door Door Gasket Power Cord Casing Please check if the power receptacle has good earthing Condition before using to guarantee your safety. The manufacturer will not take responsibility for those Risks occurred from not obeying this manual. Drum Exhaust Shroud Air Intake Shroud...
Important Safety Instructions Warning-To reduce the risk of fire ,electric shock, or injury to persons when using your appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following: 1.Read all instructions before using the appliance. 2.Do not dry articles that have been previously cleaned in, washed in, soaked in, or spotted with gasoline, dry cleaning solvents, or other flammable or explosive substances, as they give off vapours that could ignite or explode.
Important Safety Instructions 13.The interior of the appliance and exhaust duct should be cleaned periodically by qualified service personnel. 14. Do not place items exposed to cooking oils in your dryer. Items contaminated with cooking oils may contribute to a chemical reaction that could cause a load to catch fire.
Important Safety Instructions 26.When normally using, the power cord of dryer shall be easily plugged or unplugged by hand. It must be unplugged during power blackout, moving, not in use or cleaning. Do not plug or unplug the power cord with wet hands. 27.Always disconnect dryer from electrical supply before attempting any service.
Operation Cautions Clothes with ribbon or lace should be dried in a nylon net Put chemical fiber and/or clothes with ribbon or lace into a nylon net before drying. Clothes with zipper Dry this kind of clothes with zipper zipped or fastener buckled and inside out (to reduce the impact noise between...
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Using Method 1. Plug the power cord The appliance shall be supplied with120V,60Hz, connected to a special receptacle more than 15A (reliably grounded). 2. Place the dehydrated clothes in your dryer Check the following items before putting clothes in. They shall be loaded in such a way that 2-3 pieces each time and not in a group to avoid tangling, which is not easy to turn it over resulting in uneven drying since the clothes were wrapped.
Using Method 3. Drying Procedure Setting Instruction for the operation button Status and implication of the indicator light Flash- indicates the program that is functioning On- indicates the program that is going to function or the state that has been chosen Indicator lights of the status The implication of the indicator lights.
Using Method 'PowerOn/Off ' button Press in the power connector. Press in the power connector after there is power to the machine. Press in the power connector, then press in the if not, the machine will cut off the power connector by itself.
Press in the 'PowerOn/Off' button to run the machine. Press in the 'Cycle' button to choose appropriate mode. The clothes dryer is originally set as 'Normal ' when the power is on . You may want to choose other cycles; please press in the 'Cycle' button .
Make sure the front door is properly closed before you press in the Start/Pause button, otherwise, the clothes dryer won't start and give an alarm. The machine will stop to work if the front door is opened in middle of operation (including heater and engine) .It will continue to work after pressing the...
Using Method 4. Take out the clothes when the program is finished There comes a beeper alarm when the drying procedure is done, the dryer will cut off electricity by itself after giving alarm. Stop heating 10 minutes before the program finish, cold wind blowing makes the dryer become cool gradually and the temperature of garments will be lower.
Care And Cleaning Clean the buildup such as lints on filters in time after each use, otherwise it will affect the performance of your dryer. Please unplug the power cord first when cleaning it. Cleaning of filters The lint filter must be used for drying. It must be cleaned in time befor and after each use.
Start/Pause button been pressed in? Is the Temperature button Indicator light indicating "Air Dry"? Dryer won't heat. Is the clothes dryer working? Is the outlet filter-net been blocked? Are the garments fully dehydrated? Garments won't dry Have you dried too many garments enough.