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Miele T 1526 Operation Manual

Vented dryer
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Operations Manual
for the T 1526
Vented Dryer
It is essential to read these
operating instructions before
installing or using the machine to avoid
the risk of accident, or damage
to the machine.
M.-Nr. 05 017 940



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  • Page 1 Operations Manual for the T 1526 Vented Dryer It is essential to read these operating instructions before installing or using the machine to avoid the risk of accident, or damage to the machine. M.-Nr. 05 017 940...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Guide to the machine..........3 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .
  • Page 3: Guide To The Machine

    Guide to the machine Supply cable with plug Control panel Drum door Exhaust connection (left or rear) Four height-adjustable legs Guide to the machine...
  • Page 4 Guide to the machine Pushbuttons – Door This button is used to open the door (does not stay pushed in). – j ON / k OFF When the machine is turned on, the “On” indicator will light up if the door is closed.
  • Page 5: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING - To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury to persons when using your appliance, follow basic precautions, including the follow- ing: 1. Read these operating instructions be- fore using your dryer for the first time, as this is for your own safety and for the protection of your ma- chine.
  • Page 6: Save These Instructions

    Residues from these products block- up (clog) the lint filter causing prema- ture failure of the dryer. Miele dryers are designed to dry laundry without static cling. How- ever, should fabric softener be re- quired, use liquid fabric softener in the wash cycle.
  • Page 7: Your Contribution To The Environment

    Your contribution to the environment Disposal of the packing ma- terial. The transport and protective packing is mostly manufactured from the following recycled or re-useable materials: – corrugated paper/cardboard – polystyrene - CFC-free – polyethylene foil (transparent) – untreated wood –...
  • Page 8: Loading And Unloading The Machine

    Loading and unloading the machine Loading and unloading the machine WARNING - To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons, read the IMPORTANT SAFETY IN- STRUCTIONS before operating this ap- pliance. Load the laundry loosely into the drum.
  • Page 9: Notes On Laundry Care

    The surface of the fabric may other- wise tend to become “rough”. Miele dryers have been designed to dry laundry free of static cling, without the use of dryer softener sheets or simi- lar products. The dryer continuously...
  • Page 10: Program Selection Functional Description

    Program selection Program selection Functional description An electronic sensor system monitors the moisture content of the laundry. Once the required degree of dryness is reached, cold air enters the drum to cool the laundry. The drying program is then terminated. Function of the pushbuttons –...
  • Page 11: To Select A Program

    To select a program Press the "On/Off" button. Set the desired program by turning the program selector either clock- wise or counterclockwise. Press the "Start" button. The program status will be stored for 30 minutes in the event of a power failure.
  • Page 12: Programs

    Programs Programs Drying stage COTTONS Extra dry Normal Normal- Hand iron r Hand iron rr Machine iron Type of laundry/fabric Multi-layer fabrics, mixed loads of cotton fabrics, e.g.jeans, towels, sweatsuits. Uniform loads of cotton fabrics e.g. flannel items, underwear, socks. Knitted cotton fabrics susceptible to shrinkage, e.g.
  • Page 13 Drying stage PERMANENT PRESS Normal + Normal Hand iron TIMED DRYING warm cool air Type of laundry/fabric Permanent press items made of synthetic or blended fabrics, e.g. pullovers, dresses, pants, etc., which are not dried adequately in the “Normal” program. Permanent press shirts, table cloths, bedding etc.
  • Page 14: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Cleaning and care Cleaning the lint filter The lint is collected by the lint filter in the door. Clean the filter after every program. Grip the filter by the recessed handle and pull up to remove. Any remaining lint in the hollow part of the door can be removed through the gap at the bottom.
  • Page 15: Problem Solving Guide

    “finish”. – Turn the machine off and then on again. – Select a program. – Press the “Start” button. If the indicator lamp starts flashing again, this indicates a fault in the machine. Please contact the Miele Service Dept.
  • Page 16 – Clean the affected part of the machine. – Turn on the machine again. – Reselect the terminated program. – Press the “Start” button. If the drum door opens again, the Miele Service Dept. should be contacted. See next page. See next page.
  • Page 17 This is a temperature-resistant bulb and should only be ordered from your Miele Service Dept. Problem solving guide To open the door in the event of a power failure Pull forward on the un-hinged side of...
  • Page 18: After-Sales Service

    In the event of problems which cannot be solved, please contact: – Your Miele Dealer – The nearest Miele Service Depart- ment (see back cover for the adress). When contacting the Service Depart- ment, please quote the Model and Se-...
  • Page 19: Installation Instructions Grounding And Electrical Connection

    14-30 R, 4 fuses, box and plug cord, which allows you to use that single dryer wall receptacle to supply power to a Miele washer and Miele dryer. Both machines may operate at the same time because each uses maximum about 15 A current.
  • Page 20: Installation

    The tumble dryer can also be placed on top of a Miele washing machine (ca- pacity 6 kg) for a stacked installation. An appropriate stacking kit is required and can be obtained from your Miele...
  • Page 21: Installation - Venting

    Exhaust venting The moist air from the dryer must be vented to the outside. The appliance should not be vented into a chimney, a wall, a ceiling, or any concealed spaces of the building. When installing, try to avoid: – very long venting systems –...
  • Page 22 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS The shorter the exhaust ductwork, the more efficient the dryer will be. Ex- pelled air is slowed down in the ducts due to friction against the inner walls, therefore the shorter and smoother the inner walls are, the less friction will occur.
  • Page 23 Table II Effective duct Internal diameter or length (m) edge length (mm) 8-12 12-17 17-23 23-31 31-41 Flexible ducting has been used for the following example. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Example: Exhaust connection, left ..4.9 m Length (L) .
  • Page 24 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Moist air can be ducted outside by a wall vent or window vent, both of which are available from most hardware stores. Wall vent kit - example 1. Louvred wall vent frame 2. Wall vent duct 3. Adapter 4.
  • Page 25 Fig. 1 Ducting (side view) with flexible vent hose to an exhaust flue. 1. Wall vent duct A. Wire spiral-wound hose 2. Adapter B. Flexible ducting 3. Flue isulated against damp Fig. 2 Ducting (side view) with plastic piping to a wall vent kit.
  • Page 26: Technical Data

    Technical data Technical data Height......Width ......Depth (incl.
  • Page 27: Consumption Data

    (EN 61121/A11). Different types of fabrics, load size and residual moisture after spinning may effect the specified values. *These values apply if the laundry is spun in a Miele washing machine before drying. Final spin speed in washer* 1200...
  • Page 28 All rights reserved/001 3498 This paper is made from 100% chlorine-free bleached cellulose and therefore protects the environment.