Siemens txl 720k Instruction Manual And Installation Instructions

Siwatherm extraklasse


Instruction Manual and Installation Instructions
TXL 720K


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Summary of Contents for Siemens txl 720k

  • Page 1 Instruction Manual and Installation Instructions SIWATHERM EXTRAKLASSE TXL 720K...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Operating Your new dryer ......Instructions Notes on disposal ......Disposing of packaging .
  • Page 3 End of the programme ..... . Anticrease function ..... . Switching off .
  • Page 4: Your New Dryer

    Your new dryer With the purchase of your new dryer, you have cho sen a modern, high quality domestic appliance. A distinctive feature of your dryer is its low energy con sumption. Every dryer which leaves our factory is carefully chek ked to ensure that it functions correctly and is in per fect condition.
  • Page 5: Notes On Disposal

    Notes on disposal Danger of suffocation Disposing of There is a danger of suffocation from the cardboard packaging box and plastic film. Do not allow children to play with the packaging. All the packaging materials are environmentally friendly and recyclable. Please dispose of the packaging in an environmentally responsible manner.
  • Page 6: Safety Information

    Safety information Using your dryer - Only for domestic use. correctly - Only for drying fabrics washed in water. - Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer. Risk of explosion/fire Solvent danger. Do not use the dryer if: - the laundry has been treated with a solvent or has been colour treated (e.g.
  • Page 7: Drying Your Laundry

    Drying your laundry - Do not leave children unsupervised near the dryer. - Keep pets away from the dryer. - Remove all objects from pockets, especially ligh ters risk of explosion. End of programme - Switch off the dryer when the programme has en ded.
  • Page 8: Notes On Environmental Protection/Economical Drying

    Notes on environmental protection/economical drying Environmentally - Spin the laundry thoroughly before drying. friendly and Spin the laundry thoroughly in the washing machi economical drying ne before drying. The higher the spin speed, the shorter the drying time and the lower the energy consumption.
  • Page 9: Description Of The Dryer

    Description of the dryer The dryer works on the principle of condensation. The Operation and condensation produced during the drying cycle is col special features lected in a container. The container should be emp tied after each drying cycle. Simple to use The water container does not have a lock on it.
  • Page 10: Summary Of Instructions

    Before drying Summary of 1. Open the door. instructions 2. Place the laundry in the drum. 3. Close the door. 4. Select a programme using the programme selec tor (see the table of programmes from page 16 onwards). 5. Set additional functions if required (see page 18). 6.
  • Page 11: Appliance Design

    Appliance design Water container Maintenance flap for condenser Door with filter Button for opening the unit/pollen filter maintenance flap...
  • Page 12: Control Panel

    Control panel Programme selector Indicator panel Indicator lamps For switching the dryer Displays the selected settings on and off and selecting Indicator lamps (LEDs) for buttons or settings to be changed and the programme. Can be which have been (LEDs) for the pro turned in both directions the remaining time pressed...
  • Page 13: Laundry Information

    Laundry information Check the following fabric symbols: Fabric symbols E = drying at normal temperature. D = drying at a lower temperature: Press the Low heat button too or select J (super delicate drying). F = do not tumble dry. Do not tumble dry the following fabrics: - Airtight fabrics (e.g.
  • Page 14: Preparing To Use Your Dryer

    Preparing to use your dryer Please read through this instruction manual carefully before using the dryer for the first time. 1. Open the door. 2. Place the laundry into the empty drum. i Ensure that the drum contains only laundry. 3.
  • Page 15: Selecting A Programme

    Selecting a programme Your dryer has various programmes and additional Selection functions for the best drying results. i Select the drying programme you require from the STANDARD PROGRAMMES table of programmes (from page 16 onwards). Easy-care Cottons/coloureds Very dry Extra dry Cupboard dry Very dry Lightly dry...
  • Page 16: Standard Programmes

    Standard programmes Suitable for cottons, linens and coloureds. Standard programmes for Press the Low heat button or select J Super delicate cottons/coloureds drying for heat sensitive fabrics. For laundry: Bed linen, table linen and towels which needs to be pressed Iron dry Bed linen, table linen, towels, T shirts, which needs to be ironed...
  • Page 17: Timed Programmes

    Timed programmes for delicate fabrics made of acry Timed programmes lic or for subsequent drying or airing. Fabrics which have already been pre dried and are slightly damp, individual warm laundry items such as bath towels, bath robes, dishcloths and quilted fabrics (can be set in 10 minute made of acrylic.
  • Page 18: Additional Functions

    Additional functions Press this button when drying heat sensitive fabrics Low heat button (e.g. acrylic). Observe the fabric D care instructions. The temperature is reduced and the drying time in creased. i Once the programme has started, the dryer re members"...
  • Page 19: Programmable Functions

    Additional functions can be set by pressing the Menu Programmable and Change buttons. All the additional functions functions which have been set are indicated in the display by the appropriate symbols. i A sticker which explains the symbols is supplied with the dryer.
  • Page 20 The programme can be set to start up to 19 hours Time delay later (the first 2 hours is set in 30 minute increments, thereafter the time is set in 1 hour increments). (For notes on settings, see page 19). 1.
  • Page 21 You can lock the dryer settings to prevent the func Child safety tions you have set from being inadvertently changed. lock (For notes on settings, see page 19). When the child safety lock is selected: - It is not possible to make any changes while a pro gramme is running.
  • Page 22 There are four level of dryness settings (0, 1, 2 and 3). 0" is the default setting. There are four buzzer volume settings (0, 1, 2 and 3). Buzzer At 0" the buzzer is switched off. 1 = quiet, 2 = medi at the end of the um and 3 = loud.
  • Page 23: End Of The Programme

    End of the programme When the Anticrease/End" indicator lamp lights up:0. Anticrease function 1. Open the door. 2. Remove the laundry. The dryer is equipped with an automatic anti crease function (Anticrease/End). It is effective if the laundry is not removed from the drum immediately. The drum rotates at specific time intervals for 1 hour (2 hours if the Anti crease button is pressed).
  • Page 24: Woollens Basket

    Woollens basket The woollens basket allows you to dry washable woollens and trainers. The woollens basket does not turn with the drum. This means that woollens or trainers can be dried. Wet woollens should not be moved if possible, otherwise they tend to felt. The weight of trainers could damage the drum.
  • Page 25 Notes The laundry must be spun. 1. Place the items loosely in/about the basket insert, do not squash them in or fold them (see following pages for examples). 2. Place the basket insert inside the woollens basket. The laundry must not be touching the drum, it could become caught and be damaged.
  • Page 26 Example: Woollen pullover/cardigan/top 1. Insert the bottom of the pullover into the basket insert. 2. Lay the top part on top of the basket insert. 3. Loosely place the sleeves in the top section of the basket. 4. Place the basket insert and the pullover in the bas ket.
  • Page 27 Example: Suit trousers/dress/skirt 1. Insert the bottoms of the trouser legs into the bas ket insert. 2. Guide the top part of the trousers through the top of the basket insert. 3. Lay the top part of the trousers on top of the bas ket insert.
  • Page 28 Example: Trainers i The basket insert is not used when drying shoes. i Pull the tongues out as far as possible on trainers. Loosen shoelaces, or remove them if possible. Remove insoles and/or heel cups. i To protect the dryer and subsequent loads of laun dry, only dry shoes which have been cleaned.
  • Page 29: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Risk of explosion Cleaning the dryer There is a risk of explosion from the solvents. Never use solvents for cleaning. The dryer may be damaged if it is not cleaned properly. Do not spray the dryer with a water jet. Do not use scouring powder or general purpose cleaners.
  • Page 30: Cleaning The Fluff Filter

    Bobbling (fluff) occurs as clothes etc. are used. These Cleaning the fluff bobbles come off during the drying cycle and collect filter in the fluff filter. The filter must be cleaned after each drying cycle. A clogged filter results in longer drying times and higher energy consumption.
  • Page 31: Empty The Water Container

    Do not drink this water. Empty the water Condensation accumulates during drying. This container condensation is collected in a container. The container should be emptied after each drying cycle.0. 1. Remove the container, holding it level. 2. Pour out the condensed water. 3.
  • Page 32: Cleaning The Condenser Unit

    The condenser unit should be cleaned three or four Cleaning the times a year, or more often if the dryer is used very condenser unit frequently. 1. Residual water may leak out, so place an absor bent towel beneath the maintenance flap. 2.
  • Page 33: Changing The Pollen Filter

    The pollen filter should be changed twice a year, or Changing the more often if the dryer is used very frequently. pollen filter i The dryer may also be used without a pollen filter. Available from the after sales service (pack of 2). Order no.: 481723 1.
  • Page 34: Changing The Bulb For The Interior Light

    You will need a special tool and a new bulb. Changing the bulb These are both available from specialist suppliers. for the interior light - Torx screwdriver, size T20. - 15 watt bulb for E14 oven. Danger of death Danger of death from electrical voltage. Unplug the dryer before working on it.
  • Page 35: What To Do If

    What to do if ... Danger, electrical current. Repairs must only be carried out by the after sales service or an authorised expert. If you cannot rectify a fault yourself, or a repair is necessary: q Turn the programme selector to Off. q Remove the plug from the socket.
  • Page 36 What to do if ... Cause Solution The filter is blocked. Rinse the filter with warm water, dry The Clean the fluff filter" it thoroughly (see page 30). indicator lamp is on even though the filter is free of h th filt i f The condenser unit is clogged.
  • Page 37 What to do if ... Cause Solution The drum lighting is not The bulb is faulty. Change the bulb (see page 34). working. The condenser unit is clogged. Clean the condenser unit (page 32). The contents did not dry or the drying time was h d i The filter is blocked.
  • Page 38: After Sales Service

    This will also save you the related additional costs. Further information can be found on our website: at our after sales service centres. You can still use our after sales services even after your warranty has expired, if no other repair workshops are available to you.
  • Page 39: Technical Data

    Technical data Size Measurement Height 86 cm (adjustable) Width 60 cm Depth 57 cm Weight approximately 45 kg Nominal capacity 5 kg Water container volume 3.2 l A.C. voltage, connected load, fuse See identification plate Consumption rates Spin speed in rpm Drying time Energy consumption in in minutes...
  • Page 40: Installation, Connection And Transportation

    Installation, connection and transportation Risk of injury. Safety information The dryer is very heavy. Do not attempt to lift it on your own. Do not lift the dryer by any of the protruding parts (e.g. the door) they may break off. Risk of tripping.
  • Page 41: Electrical Connection

    Caution: Electrical The dryer must be connected correctly to an A.C. connection contactor socket. The mains voltage must comply with the voltage information given on the identification plate (on the rear of the unit). The connected load and the necessary fusing are shown on the identification plate.
  • Page 42: Accessories And Special Equipment

    Accessories and special equipment Accessories can be fitted to modify the dryer for your needs. Please order accessories from a specialist supplier or from the after sales service. This kit is used to drain away the condensed water via Connecting kit for a hose.
  • Page 43: Washer Dryer Stack Connection Set

    The dryer can be stacked on top of a Siemens was Washer dryer hing machine of the same dimensions to save space. stack connection Risk of injury. For reasons of safety, the appliances must be stacked by an expert. Order no.:...
  • Page 44: Reversing The Door Catch

    The door catch can be reversed if necessary. Reversing the door The door is hinged on the right at the factory. catch You will need: - Torx screwdriver, sizes T10 and T20. - Medium sized slotted screwdriver. These are available from specialist suppliers. Carefully tighten all screws by hand.
  • Page 45 Converting the dryer: 1. Remove both door fastening point covers: Lever them off carefully with a slotted screwdriver. 2. Undo both of the screws which are underneath and screw them in on the opposite side. 3. Replace both covers. 4. Undo the screw in the door lock cover. Remove the cover.
  • Page 46 Converting and replacing the door. 1. Carefully lever off the locking catch cover. 2. Unscrew the locking catch. 3. Screw on the locking catch in the opposite posi tion. 4. Replace the locking catch cover. 5. Carefully lever off the hinge fastening point cover. 6.
  • Page 47 7. Screw on the door hinges in the opposite position. 8. Replace both covers. 9. Place the hinge bracket on the front, hold the door firmly. 10.Screw the door first onto the top hinge, and then onto the bottom one. 11.Open and close the door carefully several times before using the appliance.
  • Page 48: Converting The Installed Load

    The dryer has been designed for 10 or 16 amperes. Converting the If the dryer fuse (factory setting) does not correspond installed load to the socket fuse (household fuse), complete the following steps: 1. Connect the dryer to the mains electricity (see pa ge 41).
  • Page 52 Printed in Germany PW/ED 1 M 5550 005 440 SIEMENS ELECTROGERÄTE GMBH 0601...

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