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Care and cleaning
Only when the appliance is
switched off.
Dryer housing and control panel
– Scope of delivery: dryer, operating and installation instructions, basket for woollens
– Wipe clean with a soft, damp cloth.
(depending on the model).
– Do not clean with a water jet.
– Check the dryer for transport damage.
– Remove detergent and cleaning agent residue immediately.
– The dryer is very heavy. Do not attempt to lift it on your own.
Exhaust air duct
Exhaust air duct installation instruction
– Be careful to avoid sharp edges.
Check the exhaust air duct as it may be clogged.
– Do not lift the dryer by protruding parts (e.g. the door) - risk of breakage.
– Do not set up in a room that is susceptible to frost.
Clean the exhaust air duct at regular intervals, e.g. every six months.
Freezing water may cause damage.
Do not bend the exhaust air duct.
– If in doubt, have the appliance connected by a specialist.
1. Switch off the dryer and allow it to cool down.
2. Disconnect the mains plug.
Setting up the dryer
– The mains plug must always be accessible.
3. Remove the exhaust air duct.
– Ensure that the appliance is placed on a clean, level
4. Clean the exhaust air duct.
and firm surface.
5. Refit the exhaust air duct.
– Install the exhaust air duct
Moisture sensors
installation instruction.
– Keep the area around the dryer clean.
The dryer is equipped with stainless steel moisture sensors.
– Level the dryer using the threaded feet
Moisture sensors measure the moisture level of the laundry.
and a spirit level.
After sustained, repeated operation, a fine layer of limescale
may form on the moisture sensors.
Never remove the threaded feet!
Do not install the dryer behind a door
1. Open the door.
or sliding door which could prevent or
2. Clean the moisture sensors with a damp sponge which has a rough
obstruct the dryer door from opening.
This will prevent children from locking
themselves in and risking their lives.
Do not use steel, wool or abrasive agents!
For mains connection,
– Connect to an AC earthed socket. If in doubt have the socket checked by a specialist.
– The mains voltage and the voltage shown on the rating plate (
– The connected load and necessary fuse protection are specified on the rating plate.
Optional accessories
(order from the after-sales service using the order number, according to model)
Exhaust air duct set
The exhaust air is extracted 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. The dryer must be fastened on the washing machine with this connection set.
If the worktop of the washing machine is less than 544 mm deep, please consult
the after-sales service or your specialist retailer.
For easier loading and unloading. The basket contained in the drawer can be used
Take all accessory parts out
to carry the laundry.
of the drum.
The drum must be empty.
Technical data
Exhaust air duct
Dimensions (DxWxH)
60 x 60 x 85 cm (height adjustable)
approx. 36 kg
Max. capacity
7 kg
Connection voltage
220-240 V
Connected load
2200 W
Fuse protection
10 A
Ambient temperature
5 - 35°C
Product number
Inside of door
Production number
The rating plate can be found on the back of the dryer.
Clean and level.
Consumption rates
Residual moisture in the
see Safety instructions
page 13.
Drying time**
fabrics after spinning
page 10) must be the
Cottons 7 kg
Cupboard Dry*
1400 rpm
1000 rpm
800 rpm
Iron Dry*
1400 rpm
1000 rpm
800 rpm
Easy-Care 3.5 kg
Cupboard Dry*
800 rpm
600 rpm
* Programme setting for testing in accordance with applicable standard DIN EN61121.
** The values may differ from those specified, depending on the type of fabric, composition of laundry
to be dried, residual moisture in the fabric, the degree of dryness that has been set and the amount
of laundry being loaded.
Drying time
Annual energy consumption
Cottons 7 kg / 3.5 kg*
Cupboard Dry***
97 min / cycle
*** Programme setting for testing and energy labelling in accordance with Directive 2010/30/EU.
After-sales service
If you cannot rectify the fault yourself (e.g. switching off/on)
What to do if..., page 11/12,
please contact our after-sales service. We will always find an appropriate solution and avoid
unnecessary visits by engineers.
The contact details of your local after-sales service can be found in the enclosed after-sales
service directory.
Please provide the after-sales service the product number (E no.) and the production number
(FD) of the appliance.
You can find this information:
inside the door* / in the opened service flap*
and on the rear of the appliance.
*depending on the model
Product number
Production number
Trust the expertise of the manufacturer. Contact us for assistance. In this way, you can rest
assured that the repair will be carried out by trained service technicians using original spare
What to do if ...
Turn the programme selector to Off and remove the mains plug from the socket.
Start/Pause indicator light
Mains plug plugged in?
does not light up.
Programme selected?
Check the socket fuse.
The display panel light and
Energy-saving mode is activated
see the separate
indicator lights (depending on
Energy-saving mode instructions.
model) go out and the
Start/Pause indicator light
The display panel switches off.
The appliance goes into the sleep mode after activating
Finished in option
page 5.
107 min
3.16 kWh
(Fluff filter/Exhaust air duct)
Clean the fluff filter
page 4.
128 min
3.95 kWh
indicator light flashes.
Press the
Start/Pause button to reset the displayed
indication and then press the
Start/Pause button again
149 min
4.60 kWh
to restart the appliance if necessary.
83 min
1.96 kWh
Exhaust air duct blocked or bent?
Clean the exhaust air duct
page 8.
99 min
2.92 kWh
If necessary, clean the insect screen on the exhaust air
116 min
3.63 kWh
Dryer does not start.
Start/Pause button selected? Door closed?
Programme set?
47 min
1.32 kWh
Programme terminates shortly
Ambient temperature greater than 5°C?
59 min
1.72 kWh
after starting.
Is the appliance loaded with the laundry?
Load too small for selected programme?/Use timed
page 6/7.
Loaded laundry dry?
Water is leaking out.
Make sure the dryer is level.
The door opens by itself.
Push the door closed until you hear it engage.
482 kWh / year
What to do if ...
Safety instructions
Drying result is not satisfactory
Warm laundry feels damper than it really is.
– Pull the mains plug out of the socket immediately or disconnect the fuse.
(laundry feels too damp).
ONLY use the
– in rooms inside the house.
The selected programme does not suit the load. Use
another drying programme or, in addition, select the
– for drying fabrics.
timed programme
page 7.
The dryer must
– be used for purposes other than those described above.
– be modified in terms of its technology or attributes.
Dryer installed too closely to other objects? Provide
– The dryer must not be used by children or persons who have not been
adequate air circulation.
instructed in its use.
Fine Adjust for the dryness levels
page 5.
– Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer.
– Keep pets away from the dryer.
Fine layer of limescale on the humidity sensors
– Remove all objects from the pockets of garments.
Clean the moisture sensors
page 8.
Pay particular attention to cigarette lighters
Programme termination, e.g. mains power supply failure,
– Do not lean or sit on the door
door open or maximum drying time reached?
– Open the door with care. Hot steam may escape.
– Fasten down loose leads
Drying time too long.
Clean the fluff filter under running water
page 4.
– Do not operate the dryer where there is a risk of frost.
Insufficient supply of air
Ensure that air can circulate.
– The safety information in the separate installation instructions for the
exhaust air duct must be observed without fail.
Ambient temperature greater than 35°C
Ventilate the
– Connect the dryer to an AC earthed socket according to specifications, as
otherwise it cannot be guaranteed that the appliance is completely safe.
The humidity in the room
Make sure the room is sufficiently ventilated.
– The cable cross-section must be sufficient.
Exhaust air duct installed/the exhaust air routes directly
into the open air?
Installation instructions for exhaust
– Only use earth-leakage circuit breakers with the following symbol:
air duct, page 1.
– The mains plug and socket must be compatible.
– Do not use multiple plugs/couplings and/or extension cables.
One or more indicator lights are
Clean the fluff filter
page 4/11.
– Do not touch or hold the mains plug with wet hands
Check the installation conditions
page 9.
Exhaust air duct blocked or bent?
– Never pull the mains plug out of the socket by its cable.
Clean the exhaust air duct
page 8.
– Do not damage the mains lead
Switch off, allow to cool, switch back on, and restart the
– Only load the drum with items of laundry.
Check what has been loaded before switching the dryer on.
Power failure.
Remove the laundry from the dryer immediately and
– Do not use the dryer if the laundry has been in contact with solvents, oil,
spread out. This allows the heat to dissipate. Be careful
wax, grease or paint (e.g. hair spray, nail polish remover, stain remover,
as the door, the drum and the laundry may be hot.
cleaning solvent, etc.)
Condensation in the exhaust air
Exhaust air duct too long? Check the maximum exhaust
– The tumble dryer is not to be used if industrial chemicals have been used
air duct length. Further information
for cleaning.
instructions for exhaust air duct.
– Dust risk (e.g. coal dust or flour): do not use the dryer
– Do not turn off the dryer until the drying process ends, unless the laundry
will be removed quickly and spread out, so that the heat can dissipate.
– 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.
– Final part of a tumble dryer cycle occurs without heat (cool down cycle), to
ensure that the items are left at a temperature that ensures that the items
will not be damaged.
– Switch off the dryer once the programme has ended.
– Do not use the dryer if it is defective or if you suspect that it is.
Repairs must only be carried out by the after-sales service.
– Do not use the dryer with a faulty mains cable. In order to avoid danger,
have the mains lead replaced only by our after-sales service.
Spare parts
– For safety reasons, you must only use genuine spare parts and accessories.
– Dryer: Disconnect the mains plug, then cut the mains cable off the
Dispose of the appliance at a municipal waste disposal site.
– Packaging: Do not allow children access to items of packaging
Risk of suffocation.
– All materials are environmentally friendly and reusable.
Dispose of them in an environmentally responsible manner.
Risk of explosion
Risk of tipping.
Risk of tripping
Risk of electric
Risk of electric shock.
Risk of fire/explosion.
Risk of explosion.
en Instructions for installation and use
Observe the safety instructions on page 13.
Read these instructions, the Installation
Instructions and the separate Energy-saving
mode instructions before operating the dryer.



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