Information on laundry ...
Labelling of fabrics
Follow the manufacturer's care information.
Dry at normal temperature.
Dry at low temperature
in addition, select Low heat.
Do not machine dry.
Always observe the safety instructions on page 13.
Do not tumble-dry the following fabrics, for example:
– Non-breathable fabrics (e.g. rubber-coated).
– Delicate materials (silk, curtains made from synthetic material)
– Oil-stained laundry.
– To ensure an even result, sort the laundry by fabric type and drying programme.
– Always dry very small fabrics (e.g. baby socks) together with
large items of laundry (e.g. towels).
– Close zips, hooks and eyelets, and button up covers.
Tie fabric belts, apron strings, etc. together
– Do not over-dry easy-care laundry
Allow laundry to finish drying in the air.
– Do not dry woollens in the dryer. They may, however, be refreshed
Woollens Finish programme.
– Do not iron laundry immediately after drying; fold items up and leave for a while
moisture will then be distributed evenly.
– The drying result depends on the type of water used during washing.
the drying result
– Knitted fabrics (e.g. T-shirts, jerseys) often shrink slightly the first time they are tumble-dried.
Do not use the Cupboard Dry Extra programme.
– The drying of starched laundry should be limited.
– When washing laundry that is to be tumble-dried afterwards, use the correct amount of fabric
softener as specified in the manufacturer's instructions.
– For pre-dried, multi-layered fabrics or small, individual items of laundry, use the Timed
programme. Also suitable for subsequent drying.
Environmental protection/energy-saving tips
– Before drying, spin the laundry thoroughly in the washing machine
speed, the shorter the drying time will be, thus less energy is consumed. Also spin easy-care
– Use the maximum recommended capacity, but do not exceed it
Programme overview page 7.
– Make sure the room is well ventilated during drying.
– Do not cover or seal the air inlet.
Setting the volume for button signals
1 x to the
Press and hold Low heat
and turn 2 x to the right
Selectable values: 0 (off), 1 (quiet), 2 (normal), 3 (loud).
these may crease.
Risk of creasing.
Fine adjustment of
Starch leaves behind a coating that
the higher the spin
Press Start/Stop until the re-
quired volume is reached
Fine adjustment of the drying result
Adjustment of the levels of dryness
Turn to Off
1 x to
L:00, L:01, L:02, L:03 are shown in sequence
Short signal when changing from L:03 to L:00 , otherwise long
Your dryer is designed to be particularly energy efficient. Its technical features include a
refrigeration circuit, which uses energy efficiently in a similar way to a refrigerator.
The dryer's heat exchanger is cleaned automatically during drying.
The fluff filters and filter in the condensate container must be cleaned regularly.
Never operate the dryer without the fluff filters and without filter in condensate container.
During drying, fluff and hair from the laundry is trapped by the fluff filter. Blocked fluff filters
may impair the heat exchange process.
The fluff filters must therefore be cleaned after every drying cycle. Rinse regularly under
Filter in the condensate container
The filter in the condensate container cleans the condensation. This condensation is required
for the automatic cleaning process. The filter should be cleaned regularly under running
water. Empty the condensate container before cleaning the filter
Do not dry any fabrics that have come into contact with solvents, oil, wax, grease or paint:
e.g. hair styling products, nail varnish remover, stain remover, cleaning solvent. etc.
Empty all pockets.
Do not dry non-breathable fabrics.
Avoid drying items that produce a lot of fluff.
Woollens should be refreshed only, using the woollens programme.
Press and hold Low heat
Press Low heat until
and turn 5 x to the right
the required level is reached
Turn to Off