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  • Page 1 Tumble dryer WT7XH940GB siemens-home.bsh-group.com/welcome Register your product online...
  • Page 2 Caution! To meet the high quality demands required by Siemens, every tumble dryer This signal word indicates a possibly that leaves our factory is carefully dangerous situation. Not heeding the checked to ensure that it functions caution can cause property and/or correctly and is in perfect condition.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents e n I n s t a l l a t i o n a n d o p e r a t i n g i n s t r u c t i o n s Intended use.
  • Page 4: Intended Use

    Intended use „ Drying with the basket for Intended use woollens ....47 The basket for woollens..47 This appliance is intended for private ■...
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    Safety instructions Do not allow children to Safety instructions ■ clean or maintain this appliance unsupervised. T he following safety information Keep children under 3 years S a f e t y i n s t r u c t i o n s and warnings are provided to ■...
  • Page 6: Installation

    Safety instructions Warning Installation Risk of suffocation! Warning If allowed to play with the Risk of electric shock/fire/ packaging/plastic film or material damage/damage to packing components, children the appliance! may become caught in these or If the appliance is not installed pull them over their heads and properly, this may lead to a suffocate.
  • Page 7 Safety instructions The mains plug must be Warning ■ freely accessible at all times. Risk of fire/material damage/ If this is not possible, in damage to the appliance! order to comply with the The use of extension cords or relevant safety regulations, a power strips may result in fire switch (all pole due to overheating or short...
  • Page 8 Safety instructions Incorrectly placing (stacking) Warning ■ this appliance on top of a Risk of injury! washing machine may result The appliance is very heavy. ■ in injury, material damage Lifting it may result in injury. and/or damage to the Do not lift the appliance on appliance.
  • Page 9: Operation

    Safety instructions If there is coal dust or flour in Operation ■ the air around the appliance, Warning this may cause an explosion. Risk of explosions/fire! Make sure that the area Laundry that has come into around the appliance is kept contact with solvents, oil, wax, clean when it is in operation.
  • Page 10 Safety instructions Do not switch off the If you climb onto the ■ ■ appliance before the drying appliance, the worktop may cycle has finished unless you break, which may result in remove all items of laundry injury. from the drum immediately Do not climb onto the and spread them out (to appliance.
  • Page 11: Cleaning/Maintenance

    Safety instructions Light objects such as hair Cleaning/Maintenance ■ and lint may be sucked into Warning the air inlet when the Risk of death! appliance is in operation. The appliance is powered by Keep these away from the electricity. There is a risk of appliance.
  • Page 12 Safety instructions Warning Warning Risk of poisoning! Risk of injury/material damage/damage to the Poisonous fumes may be given off by cleaning agents that appliance! contain solvents, e.g. cleaning The use of spare parts and solvent. accessories supplied by other Do not use cleaning agents that brands is dangerous and may contain solvents.
  • Page 13: Energy-Saving Tips

    Energy-saving tips Energy-saving tips Installing and connecting the Spin the laundry before drying. The ■ appliance E n e r g y - s a v i n g t i p s drier the laundry, the shorter the programme will be, in turn reducing I ncluded with the appliance: energy consumption.
  • Page 14: Installing The Appliance

    Installing and connecting the appliance Remove any packaging and Warning protective covers completely from Risk of explosions/fire! the appliance. If there is coal dust or flour in the air Press on the door. around the appliance, this may cause an explosion. Make sure that the area around the appliance is kept clean when it is in operation.
  • Page 15 Installing and connecting the appliance If you take hold of any of the Install the appliance as follows: ■ appliance's protruding parts (e.g. the Place the appliance on a clean, appliance door) in order to lift or even, solid surface. move it, these parts may break off Check that the appliance is level and cause injury.
  • Page 16: Connecting The Appliance

    Installing and connecting the appliance Connecting the appliance Warning Risk of electric shock/fire/material Warning damage/damage to the appliance! If the appliance's mains cable is altered Risk of electric shock/fire/material or damaged, this may result in electric damage/damage to the appliance! shock, short circuiting or fire due to If the appliance is not installed properly, overheating.
  • Page 17: Before Using The Appliance For The First Time

    Installing and connecting the appliance Plug the appliance's mains plug into Optional accessories the designated socket. Check that the mains plug is in Order optional accessories from the securely. after-sales service: Your appliance is now ready to use. Basket for woollens: ■...
  • Page 18: Quick Reference Guide

    Quick reference guide Quick reference guide The appliance must be correctly installed and connected. ~ Page 13 N ote: Q u i c k r e f e r e n c e g u i d e Before starting the programme: Sort the laundry.
  • Page 19: Familiarising Yourself With

    Familiarising yourself with your appliance Familiarising yourself with your appliance Appliance overview F a m i l i a r i s i n g y o u r s e l f w i t h y o u r a p p l i a n c e ( Condensation container 0 Control panel 8 Drum interior lighting (depending on the model)
  • Page 20: Panel

    Familiarising yourself with your appliance Panel ( Display The display on this appliance responds to touch (touch display). You operate it by lightly pressing/tapping or swiping/scrolling ■ Display settings and information ■ 0 Ï: Open the door automatically. You can only open the door automatically if the appliance is switched on and the programme progress allows it.
  • Page 21: Display

    Display Display overview Display After switching on the appliance: T he display on this appliance responds D i s p l a y to touch (touch display). You operate the display by lightly pressing/tapping or swiping/scrolling. Caution! Material damage/damage to the appliance.
  • Page 22: Operating Logic

    Display Operating logic After selecting a programme: Pressing/tapping Press your finger on the display to open ( Programme ~ Page 26 or set an element. 0 Programme configuration ~ Page 30 Swiping/scrolling 8 Additional functions ~ Page 31 @ Start or Pause H Appliance settings ~ Page 38 P Programme management ~ Page 29...
  • Page 23: What The Symbols Mean

    Display What the symbols mean What the colours mean Setting deactivated Setting can be activated or has already been activated Setting selected Setting cannot be activated Return to the higher-level screen Setting has been selected...
  • Page 24: Information In The Display

    Display Information in the display Display Information Empty the condensation container and then rein- Condenser tray full. Appliance unable to ■ work. Empty the condenser tray. sert it.~ Page 37 Then press ‹ (Start/Pause). Clean the filter in the condensation container. ■...
  • Page 25 Display Drum content still hot. Cool down active. The appliance can reach high temperatures when dry- ing. To cool the laundry, the CoolDown process reduces Appliance can be used as usual. the temperature in the drum. If the door is not opened, the CoolDown process automatically starts after 30 seconds in the following cases: If the program is paused...
  • Page 26: Overview Of Programmes

    Overview of programmes Overview of programmes O v e r v i e w o f p r o g r a m m e s Programme Maximum load Programme name Maximum load based on the dry Brief explanation of the programme and the items for which it is suitable. weight of the items Cotton 9 kg...
  • Page 27 Overview of programmes Jeans 6 kg Jeans and thick, double-layered items made from cotton. Note: Turn laundry inside out before drying. Towels 6 kg Hard-wearing towels and dressing gowns made of cotton. Duvet 2.5 kg Clothing, pillows, quilts or bedspreads filled with synthetic fibres. Dry large items individually.
  • Page 28: Programme Settings

    Programme settings Adjust the programme setting as Programme settings follows: Press the setting. O nce you have set a programme, you The setting options are displayed. P r o g r a m m e s e t t i n g s are shown the available programme Press and hold the sliding bar and settings.
  • Page 29: Programme Management

    Programme settings Programme management Adjust the programme setting as follows: After you have set a programme, Press B (Ready in). various programme management Adjust the programme setting until functions are available to you. the required time until the end of the programme is displayed.
  • Page 30: Programme Configuration

    Programme settings Programme configuration Programme information You can display useful information for After you have set a programme, you each programme. can adjust the programme Press ® . configuration, if required. Favourite programme You can save a programme or a programme with adjusted settings as a favourite.
  • Page 31: Additional Functions

    Programme settings Additional functions Adjust the programme setting as follows: After you have set a programme, Press Ô (Dryness level). additional functions are available to you. Press the required dryness level. If required, press +/- (Fine adjustment) and adjust the degree of dryness.
  • Page 32: Laundry

    Laundry Do not overdry easy-care laundry. ■ Laundry This leads to increased creasing of your laundry. P reparing the laundry Some detergents and care products, ■ L a u n d r y e.g. starch or softeners, contain Warning particles that may accumulate on the Risk of explosions/fire! moisture sensor.
  • Page 33: Operating The Appliance

    Operating the appliance When sorting the laundry to be dried, Operating the take the following points into account: appliance To achieve an even drying result, ■ only dry laundry of the same type of S witching on the appliance fabric and texture together. O p e r a t i n g t h e a p p l i a n c e If you dry thin, thick and multi- The appliance must be correctly...
  • Page 34: Placing The Laundry Into The Drum

    Operating the appliance Open the door. Closing the door If the power supply to the appliance is Close the door. interrupted (e.g. power failure), you must open the appliance door manually. Manually open the door as follows: Press on the door. Caution! Risk of material damage to the appliance or laundry.
  • Page 35: Setting A Programme

    Operating the appliance Setting a programme Starting a programme Press ‹ (Start/Pause). Notes If you have activated the childproof ■ If you want to prevent the Note: lock, you must deactivate it before programme from being adjusted you can set a programme. inadvertently, you can activate the ~ Page 38 childproof lock.
  • Page 36: Adding More Laundry Or Removing Laundry

    Operating the appliance Adding more laundry or Cancelling the programme removing laundry Press ‹ (Start/Pause). Press Cancel. After the programme starts, the start Press Ï to open the door. delay or appliance is enabled for Remove the laundry. remote start, you can add or remove laundry as necessary.
  • Page 37: Emptying The Condensation

    Operating the appliance Emptying the condensation Pour out the condensation water. container If the message Condenser tray Note: full. Appliance unable to work. Empty the condenser tray. appears in the display, confirm the message in the display. Condensation will form in the appliance as it dries the laundry.
  • Page 38: Appliance Settings

    Appliance settings Deactivate the appliance setting as Appliance settings follows: Press anywhere on the display. Y ou can activate/deactivate the A p p l i a n c e s e t t i n g s following appliance settings directly or A message appears in the display.
  • Page 39 Appliance settings Press the setting. Adjust the appliance setting as follows: Press the sliding bar or press and hold the sliding bar and swipe left/right. You can now activate/deactivate or adjust the appliance setting. Notes The set value is displayed. Your changes also remain saved ■...
  • Page 40 Appliance settings Time Brightness You can activate/deactivate and adjust You can adjust the display brightness. the time on the appliance. Press Brightness . Press Time. Adjust the appliance setting. Press On . The display brightness is set. Press the display for the hours and minutes in order to adjust the hours/ Home Connect minutes.
  • Page 41 Appliance settings Light ring Basic appliance care programme You can adjust the brightness and You can use the appliance behaviour of the door light ring. setting Quick Care to call up and run the basic appliance care programme. Press Light Ring . As a result, you can achieve long-term Press Set Brightness or Set Mode .
  • Page 42: Home Connect

    Home Connect Notes Home Connect Please observe the safety ■ precautions in this instruction T his appliance is Wi-Fi-capable and can manual and make sure that these H o m e C o n n e c t be remotely controlled using a mobile are complied with even when device.
  • Page 43: Connecting To The Home Network And The Home Connect App

    Home Connect Connecting to the home Connecting to your home network automatically network and the Home Step 2.1 Connect app Ensure that you are in the Home Connect your appliance to the home Connect menu. ~ Page 42 network automatically or manually (you only need to do this the first time).
  • Page 44 Home Connect In the Home Connect app, enter the Connecting to your home network network name (SSID) and password manually (key) for your home network. Step 2.2 Carry out the last steps in the Ensure that you are in the Home Home Connect app to connect your Connect menu.
  • Page 45: Energy Management

    Home Connect Energy management Status You can connect your appliance to your View the status of your connection to smart energy system (Energy manager). the home network, to the app and to the energy manager (depending on the Once you have connected your appliance features).
  • Page 46: Resetting Your Network Settings

    A detailed RED Declaration of The software update may take Note: Conformity can be found online at several minutes. Do not switch the www.siemens-home.bsh-group.com appliance off while updates are being among the additional documents on the installed. product page for your appliance.
  • Page 47: Drying With The Basket For Woollens

    Drying with the basket for woollens Securing the basket for „ Drying with the basket woollens for woollens Insert the feet of the basket for T he basket for woollens woollens into the holes in the fluff D r y i n g w i t h t h e b a s k e t f o r w o o l l e n s filter.
  • Page 48: Application Examples

    Drying with the basket for woollens Application examples Soft toys ■ Dry soft toys in the basket for woollens without the insert. Only Laundry ■ place as many soft toys in the Laundry must be spun. basket for woollens as is possible Place laundry loosely in the insert;...
  • Page 49: Œ Draining The Condensation

    Draining the condensation water Select the programme for the basket ΠDraining the for woollens or a timed programme. ~ "Overview of programmes" condensation water on page 26 Set the drying time. C ondensation will form in the appliance The table below lists examples for D r a i n i n g t h e c o n d e n s a t i o n w a t e r as it dries the laundry.
  • Page 50 Draining the condensation water Detach the condensation hose from Secure the other side of the drain the socket. hose using the remaining accessories, depending on the connection situation. Washbasin: The appliance comes Note: delivered with the condensation hose already fitted to the socket. Place the condensation hose in the Siphon: "parked"...
  • Page 51 Draining the condensation water Turn the condensation container Floor drain: 180° onto its underside and remove the stopper that is fitted. Caution! Risk of material damage due to leaks or draining water. Turn the condensation container Secure the drain hose to prevent it 180°...
  • Page 52: Cleaning And Maintenance

    Cleaning and maintenance Place the filter into the recess on the Cleaning and condensation container. maintenance C leaning the appliance C l e a n i n g a n d m a i n t e n a n c e Warning Risk of death! The appliance is powered by electricity.
  • Page 53: Cleaning The Moisture Sensor

    Cleaning and maintenance Cleaning the moisture sensor Warning Risk of electric shock/material The moisture sensor measures damage/damage to the appliance! Note: the amount of moisture in the laundry. If moisture penetrates the appliance, After long periods of usage, the this may cause it to short circuit. moisture sensor may become covered Do not use a pressure washer, steam by a fine layer of limescale or detergent...
  • Page 54: Cleaning The Filter In The Condensation Container

    Cleaning and maintenance Cleaning the filter in the Push the filter in until you feel it lock into place. condensation container The filter in the condensation Note: container cleans the condensation water, which is used during the appliance's automatic cleaning cycle. Pull out the condensation container horizontally.
  • Page 55 Cleaning and maintenance Remove the air channel cover Insert the air channel cover until you vertically. feel it lock into place. Caution! Risk of material damage and Clean the opening in the appliance damage to the appliance with a soft, damp cloth. Operating with a missing or defective air channel cover may lead to material damage and damage to...
  • Page 56: Cleaning The Base Unit

    Cleaning and maintenance Cleaning the base unit Clean the maintenance flap with a soft, damp cloth. When drying laundry, fluff and hair from the laundry is collected in the fluff collector. Your appliance's display reports that the fluff collector is full. Clean the appliance's base unit if the following message appears in the display: Lint filter full.
  • Page 57 Cleaning and maintenance Remove all of the fluff from the heat Open the fluff collector and remove exchanger cover and remove the any fluff. fluff filter. If you want to dismantle the Note: Ensure that no dirt remains on fluff collector to make it easier to Note: the seals of the heat exchanger clean, use the pin to lift one of the...
  • Page 58 Cleaning and maintenance Clean the opening in the appliance Slide the fluff collector in horizontally with a soft, damp cloth. as far as it will go. Be careful not to damage the Note: heat exchanger, as it is exposed. Slide the heat exchanger cover in by Reassemble the separated fluff its grip.
  • Page 59: Appliance Care

    Appliance care Close the maintenance flap. Ö Appliance care T he appliance offers the following A p p l i a n c e c a r e settings for the appliance care programme: You can use the appliance setting Quick Care to call up and run the basic appliance care programme.
  • Page 60: Preparing The Appliance For Appliance Care

    Appliance care Preparing the appliance for Preparing the condensation container for appliance care appliance care If you are draining the condensation water from the appliance using the drain Preparing the appliance for appliance hose, the condensation container must care be prepared before the basic or The appliance must be prepared before intensive appliance care programme you can run a basic or intensive...
  • Page 61: Running The Basic Appliance Care Programme

    Appliance care Turn the condensation container Running the basic appliance 180° onto its underside and insert care programme the stopper. You can use the appliance setting Quick Care to call up and run the basic appliance care programme. As a result, you can achieve long-term optimal drying results.
  • Page 62 Appliance care Press Quick Care . Running the appliance care A message appears in the display. programme Confirm the messages in the display. Run the appliance care programme as You can now run the appliance care follows: programme. Pour approx. 1 ^ litre of warm tap Call up the appliance care programme water into the condensation as follows via the message:...
  • Page 63: Running The Intensive Appliance Care Programme

    Appliance care Pull out the condensation container Once it has started, the intensive ■ horizontally and empty it. appliance care programme should not be cancelled. When you run the intensive ■ appliance care programme, you will need to use the original appliance care product.
  • Page 64 Appliance care Calling up the appliance care Running the appliance care programme programme Call up the appliance care programme Run the appliance care programme as follows: as follows via the menu: Prepare the appliance for appliance Pour a bottle of the original care.
  • Page 65 Appliance care Confirm the messages in the display. Pour approx. another 1 ^ litre of Pull out the condensation container warm tap water into the horizontally and empty it. condensation container. Slide in the condensation container until it clicks into place. Pour approx.
  • Page 66: Help With The Appliance

    Help with the appliance Help with the appliance H e l p w i t h t h e a p p l i a n c e Faults Cause/remedy The appliance will not start. Check the mains plug and the fuses. Water is leaking out.
  • Page 67 Help with the appliance Laundry is not dried properly or After the programme has ended, warm laundry feels damper than it ■ is still too damp. actually is. Spread out the laundry and let it cool down. Adjust the drying time or increase the degree of dryness. This will ■...
  • Page 68 Help with the appliance Home Connect is not working. You can find solutions to problems with Home Connect at ■ www.home-connect.com. The availability of the Home Connect functionality depends on the ■ availability of the Home Connect Services (e.g. provision of the app) in your country.
  • Page 69: Transporting The Appliance

    Transporting the appliance Push the condensation container Transporting the back into the appliance until you feel it lock into place. appliance Warning T r a n s p o r t i n g t h e a p p l i a n c e Risk of injury/material damage/ damage to the appliance! If you take hold of any of the appliance's...
  • Page 70: Consumption Values

    Consumption values Consumption values C onsumption values table C o n s u m p t i o n v a l u e s Spin speed used for Duration** Energy consumption** Programme spinning the laundry (in min) (in kWh) (in rpm) Cotton 9 kg...
  • Page 71: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Technical Disposal specifications Dispose of packaging and the D i s p o s a l D imensions: appliance in an T e c h n i c a l s p e c i f i c a t i o n s 850 x 600 x 640 mm environmentally responsible manner.
  • Page 72: After-Sales Service

    After-sales service After-sales service I f you cannot rectify the fault yourself by A f t e r - s a l e s s e r v i c e turning the appliance off and then on again, please contact our after-sales service.~ Enclosed after-sales service directory or cover page We will always find an appropriate...
  • Page 76 01450 2655 (0.03 € per minute at peak. Off peak 0.0088 € per minute.) You can find the contact information for all countries in the attached after-sales service directory. BSH Hausgeräte GmbH Carl-Wery-Straße 34 81739 München GERMANY siemens-home.bsh-group.com *9001389216* 9001389216 (9804)