• Be careful! The drum inside may still be hot.
• The appliance must not be used for purposes
other than those for which it was designed.
• The final part of a tumble dryer cycle occurs
without heat (cool down cycle) to ensure that
laundry is left at a temperature that ensures the
laundry will not be damaged.
• A high atmospheric temperature and a small
room may both increase drying time as well as
Clothes have their own wash care labels, so
drying according to the wash care label is
Not only that, the laundry must be sorted
according to size and type of fabric.
For the best drying performance and most
efficient energy usage, do not overload the
• Dry woollens on the Wool programme. Be sure
to follow fabric care label symbols first. Wool
may not be completely dried from the cycle,
so do not repeat drying. Pull woollens to their
original shape and dry them flat.
Woven and Loopknit Materials
• Some woven and loopknit materials may
shrink, depending on quality.
Permanent Press and Synthetics
• Do not overload the appliance. Take out
permanent press items as soon as the
appliance stops to reduce creases.
Baby Clothes and Night Gowns
• Always check fabric care labels.
Rubber and Plastics
• Do not dry any items made from or containing
rubber or plastics such as:
− Aprons, Bibs and Chair Covers
− Curtains and Table Clothes
• Do not dry fiberglass items in the appliance.
Glass particles left in the appliance may be
subsequently picked up by your clothes in later
Permanent Press /
Gentle / Delicate
Do not tumble dry
Do not dry
No Heating / Air
Line dry / Hang to dry
In the shade