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  • Page 1 Health & Safety, Use & Care and Installation guide www.whirlpool.eu/register...
  • Page 2 ENGLISH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ENGLISH HEALTH & SAFETY, USE & CARE and INSTALLATION GUIDES THANK YOU FOR BUYING A WHIRLPOOL PRODUCT. In order to receive a more complete assistance, please register your appliance on www.whirlpool.eu/register Index Health and Safety guide SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT .
  • Page 4 CLEANING & MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 EMPTYING THE WATER TANK .
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    Health and Safety guide SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANT TO BE READ AND OBSERVED Before using the dryer carefully damage and electric shock tumble dryer . read, Health and Safety and Items such as foam rubber resulting from improper use of Use and Care guides . the dryer .
  • Page 6 leading to a damaging of the Children should not perform hinge on the opposite side to laundry . installation operations . that of the tumble dryer, in Keep children away during such a way that a full opening If you want to stack the dryer installation of the dryer .
  • Page 7 The dryer is not designed for centre . Correct replacement are built-in installation . identified by the colour insert Do not operate this dryer if or the colour embossed in The dryer can be installed it has a damaged mains cord words on the base of the plug .
  • Page 8: Safeguarding The Environment

    CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE The dryer must be disconnected from the power supply before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance operation . Never use steam cleaning equipment . SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT For dryer models with heat- SCRAPPING OF This dryer is marked in pump technology: HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES compliance with European...
  • Page 9: Declaration Of Conformity

    ENERGY SAVING TIPS save time and energy when Start with the Iron Dry running your drying cycle . programme/drying time Always dry a full load, setting, remove the laundry Always select the correct depending on the type of to be ironed at the end of that laundry and the programme/ programme/drying time for cycle and dry the remainder of...
  • Page 10: Use And Care Guide

    Use and Care guide PRODUCT DESCRIPTION APPLIANCE 1. Worktop 2. Control panel 3. Water tank 4. Door 5. Door handle 6. Door filter (behind door) 7. Condenser (= bottom filter; behind flap) 8. Adjustable feet (4) CONTROL PANEL 1. Start delay function 2.
  • Page 11: Door

    DOOR To open the door, pull the handle . To close the door, hold the handle and push so that you can hear it click shut . If you interrupt a running programme by opening the door, the programme will be reset if the dryer door is not closed again within one minute .
  • Page 12: How To Use The Appliance

    HOW TO USE THE APPLIANCE FIRST TIME USE CHECK WATER TANK Make sure that the water tank is correctly inserted CHECK DRAIN HOSE Make sure that the drain hose on the back of the dryer is fixed, either to the dryer’s water tank or to your domestic sewage system (see INSTALLATION GUIDE) .
  • Page 13: Daily Use

    DAILY USE Make sure that no lighters Make sure that the WARNING or matches remain in the laundry is not soaked with laundry. flammable liquids. programmes in the PROGRAMMES section . LOAD THE LAUNDRY Respect the care labels of your laundry; make Select options, if needed sure that it is appropriate for being treated in If you want to select additional options, press...
  • Page 14: Programmes

    to Off/O to switch off the dryer . Open the automatically in about a quarter of an hour door and take out your laundry . after programme end, to save energy . EMPTY WATER TANK / CLEAN DOOR FILTER / CLEAN BOTTOM FILTER Empty If you do not switch the dryer off after •...
  • Page 15 PROGRAMME Type of Drying and Care Regulations Recommendations Labels ECO COTTON Standard cotton programme, suitable ): max load to dry normal wet cotton laundry . default programme Most efficient programme in terms of ): 1:40 duration energy consumption for drying cotton selectable options Rapid, Gentle, laundry .
  • Page 16 PROGRAMME Type of Drying and Care Regulations Recommendations Labels DRYING TIME Time-restricted drying programme . ): max load Select programme duration by option default programme Drying time . ): 0:15-1:30 duration For all fabrics appropriate for tumble selectable options Anti-crease drying .
  • Page 17: Options

    OPTIONS OPTIONS WHICH ARE DIRECTLY SELECTABLE BY PRESSING THE RESPECTIVE BUTTON Refer to the Programmes section chart to check which options are available for the selected programme. RAPID Enables quicker drying by shortening the programme duration . GENTLE Enables a more gentle treatment of the laundry by reducing the drying temperature .
  • Page 18: Functions

    FUNCTIONS KNOB Allows for setting the programme: turn until the indicator points towards the desired programme . The 0 position switches off the dryer and cancel a running programme . After cancelling a running out so that the heat is WARNING programme, quickly remove dissipated.
  • Page 19: Indicators

    INDICATORS FAILURE INDICATORS Water tank In case of any failures, refer to section TROUBLESHOOTING (=> empty water tank) Bottom filter (=> clean bottom filter) . Door filter (=> clean door filter) PROGRAMME Shows the current programme SEQUENCE phase (sensing / drying process / INDICATOR programme end) .
  • Page 20: Energy Saving

    ENERGY SAVING AUTOMATIC SWITCH‑OFF FUNCTION The dryer is designed to save energy . After the programme has finished, it therefore switches off automatically after about a quarter of an hour . ENERGY SAVING TIPS • The optimum ambience temperature for the dryer is between 15 and 20 °C .
  • Page 21: Cleaning & Maintenance

    CLEANING & MAINTENANCE Do not use flammable fluids WARNING to clean the dryer. For any cleaning and maintenance, switch off the dryer . EMPTYING THE WATER TANK Empty the water tank after each programme, provided the drain hose is not connected to your sewage system (refer to INSTALLATION GUIDE) .
  • Page 22: Cleaning The Door Filter

    CLEANING THE DOOR FILTER Clean the door filter after each cycle . Carefully remove the complete lint from the Make sure that the laundry is unloaded . Open the screen by hand . door . If needed, the screen can be cleaned also under running water, using a soft brush .
  • Page 23: Cleaning The Bottom Filter

    CLEANING THE BOTTOM FILTER Clean the bottom filter about every two months . Carefully press down the strap to open the Wipe the bottom filter dry, so that it is not bottom flap . dripping wet anymore . Turn the locking bars right and left on the Clean the filter compartment with a soft cloth bottom filter downwards in horizontal position .
  • Page 24: Cleaning The Outside Of The Dryer

    CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE DRYER Use a soft damp cloth to clean the outer parts of the dryer . Do not use glass or general purpose cleaners, scouring powder or similar to clean the control panel – these substances might damage the surfaces .
  • Page 25: Reversing The Door Stop

    REVERSING THE DOOR STOP If needed, the door stop of the dryer door can be For removing and fixing the door, the help of a reversed . Use pliers and a cross-head screwdriver for second person is recommended . Make sure that the the procedure .
  • Page 26 Fix the door on the left side by turning in the Fix the 2 screws above and below the door lock 2 screws . Take care to screw them in vertically, to system . avoid pinching off the door seal . Insert the contact pin on top inside of the door .
  • Page 27: Troubleshooting Guide & After-Sales Service

    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE & AFTER-SALES SERVICE Your dryer is equipped with various automatic safety functions . These enable failures to be detected in good time and the safety system can react appropriately . These failures are frequently so minor that they can be removed within a few minutes .
  • Page 28 DRYER DOES NOT START, Door not properly closed • Push door to close it until it ALTHOUGH START/PAUSE HAS clicks shut BEEN PRESSED Key lock is activated • Press and hold the button with the key symbol until the display indicates that the keys are unlocked .
  • Page 29: Failure Indicator And Messages

    FAILURE INDICATOR AND MESSAGES Make sure to • Empty the water tank after each programme • Clean the door filter after each programme • Clean the bottom filter about every two months Failure Indicator Possible Cause Solution The empty “Water Tank” lights on Water tank may be •...
  • Page 30 Below is a summary of possible failure causes and solutions . If the problem persists after having followed the instructions as indicated below . If afterwards the failure indication still appears, switch off and unplug the dryer and contact our After-Sales Service . Display message Possible Cause Solution...
  • Page 31: Transport And Handling

    TRANSPORT AND HANDLING Never lift the dryer by WARNING holding it at the worktop. Unplug the dryer . If the drain hose is connected to your sewage system, fix the drain hose on the rear of the dryer again (see Installation Guide) . Make sure that door and water tank are properly closed .
  • Page 32: After-Sales Service

    • your full address; • your telephone number . For any repairs, use our authorized After-Sales Service, to ensure proper repairing and use of original spare parts . Manufacturer: Whirlpool Europe s.r.l. Socio Unico Viale Guido Borghi 27 21025 Comerio (VA) Italy...
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