Care and cleaning
Dryer housing and control panel
– Wipe clean with a soft, damp cloth.
– Do not clean with a water jet.
– Remove detergent and cleaning agent residue immediately.
Exhaust air duct
Exhaust air duct installation instruction
Check the exhaust air duct as it may be clogged.
Clean the exhaust air duct at regular intervals, e.g. every six months.
Do not bend the exhaust air duct.
1. Switch off the dryer and allow it to cool down.
2. Disconnect the mains plug.
3. Remove the exhaust air duct.
4. Clean the exhaust air duct.
5. Refit the exhaust air duct.
The dryer is equipped with stainless steel moisture sensors.
Moisture sensors measure the moisture level of the laundry.
After sustained, repeated operation, a fine layer of limescale
may form on the moisture sensors.
1. Open the door.
2. Clean the moisture sensors with a damp sponge which has a rough
Do not use steel, wool or abrasive agents!
Only when the appliance is
– Scope of delivery: dryer, operating and installation instructions, basket for woollens
(depending on the model).
– Check the 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 protruding parts (e.g. the door) - risk of breakage.
– 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 a specialist.
Setting up the dryer
– The mains plug must always be accessible.
– Ensure that the appliance is placed on a clean, level
and firm surface.
– Install the exhaust air duct
– Keep the area around the dryer clean.
– Level the dryer using the threaded feet
and a spirit level.
Never remove the threaded feet!
Do not install the dryer behind a door
or sliding door which could prevent or
obstruct the dryer door from opening.
This will prevent children from locking
themselves in and risking their lives.
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.
Take all accessory parts out
of the drum.
The drum must be empty.
Exhaust air duct
see Safety instructions
Clean and level.
page 10) must be the