Contents Safety Advice Electrical Requirements Features - Get to know the main parts of your Dryer Where to put and vent your Dryer How to use your Dryer Sorting your laundry Items not suitable for drying Items requiring special attention The Controls Guide to Drying Times How to remove and clean the Fluff Filter...
For your safety IMPORTANT Using your Tumble Dryer is easy. Nevertheless, for your own safety and to get the best results it is important to know your Dryer by reading right through this handbook before using your dryer for the first time. NEVER Allow children to play with or otherwise interfere with the dryer.
For your safety ALWAYS When the dryer is not in use, switch off at the wall, remove plug and close the door. ALWAYS Comply with the specified electrical requirements. ALWAYS Ensure that your dryer is installed correctly and has adequate ventilation.
Electrical Requirements Supply REFER TO THE RATING PLATE FOR VOLTAGE AND CURRENT REQUIREMENTS. (see diagram for location.) The flexible mains lead is supplied fitted with a BS1363 plug and with a 13 amp BS1362 fuse. The plug should be connected to the mains supply via a suitable switched socket which is accessible after installing your dryer.
Features - Get to know the main parts of your dryer Heat Selector Switch Filter Assembly (on inside of the door) Exhaust Air Grille Where to put and vent your dryer Window Vent Kit A venting kit is available as an optional extra, which will take the moist air directly from the dryer and out through an open window.
How to use your dryer 1. Plug in, switch on electricity. 3. Open the door. Check that the fluff filter is clean (see section How to remove and clean the fluff filter). 5. Select the relevant heat setting (see section “Sorting your Laundry”).
Sorting your laundry 1. Always separate laundry into the correct fabric groups before washing and drying. 2. See that all zips are closed, hooks and eyes are fastened and belt, strings etc. are tied loosely in bows, you will normally have done this for each item before the washing stage.
Wash Care Labels Most of today’s fabrics can be tumble dried in your Dryer with no trouble at all, but there are certain fabric finishes which should be dried away from direct heat. The majority of garments now have wash-care labels on them, giving full washing and drying instructions.
Items requiring special attention Blankets and The drying requirements of blankets and bedspreads will, of course, Bedspreads vary tremendously according to size and weight. Some, however are simply too big. if you have difficulty getting them into the Dryer, the machine will have difficulty drying them properly.
The Controls Setting the timer Turn the Timer clockwise to select the required drying time. The timer controls the drying time for both heat settings. All you have to do is turn the Timer knob clockwise until it lines up with the required time.
Guide to Drying Times Please note that the Drying Times stated below and on appliance control panel are a GUIDE only and drying times are affected by: The amount of Items such as towelling retain a lot of water after spinning, also the water remaining in suggested wash programme for small items such as T-Shirts may the clothes after...
How to remove and clean the fluff filter To remove the filter Wash or vacuum clean the filter occasionally. Don’t be alarmed by the amount of fluff you may find on the filter. It’s part of the wearing, washing and drying process.
If something goes wrong First, don’t panic! There may be nothing wrong at all. Look for your problem below, then check the things we suggest. More often than not, this will give you the answer to your problem, and you’ll be able to carry on without having to telephone your Service Office.
If it still won’t work... Contact the Service Office if something is still wrong with your machine after you’ve been through the check-list on the previous page: 1. Switch off and unplug your machine from the mains. 2. Call your nearest Service Office or local importer. When you contact us we will want to know the following: 1.