Electrolux Compass Pro TD6-10 User Manual
Electrolux Compass Pro TD6-10 User Manual

Electrolux Compass Pro TD6-10 User Manual

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User manual
Tumble dryer
TD6–10
Compass Pro
Type N1190..
438917942/EN
Original instructions
2022.09.12

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  • Page 1 User manual Tumble dryer TD6–10 Compass Pro Type N1190.. 438917942/EN Original instructions 2022.09.12...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents 1 Safety Precautions ..........................5 Gas heated tumble dryer: ......................7 General safety information......................7 Commercial use only........................7 Copyright ..........................7 Symbols............................8 2 Warranty terms and exclusions......................9 3 Operating panel ..........................10 4 Program description .......................... 11 General........................... 11 Program description ......................... 11 5 Handling ............................14 Load ............................14 How to start the machine ......................15...
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    User manual 1 Safety Precautions • Servicing shall be carried out only by authorized personnel. • Only authorized spare parts, accessories and consumables shall be used. • The machine is not to be used if industrial chemicals have been used for cleaning. •...
  • Page 6 User manual • Oil-affected items can ignite spontaneously, especially when exposed to heat sources such as in a tumble dryer. The items become warm, causing an oxidation reaction in the oil. Oxidation creates heat. If the heat cannot escape, the items can become hot enough to catch fire.
  • Page 7: Gas Heated Tumble Dryer

    The machine/machines covered by this manual is/are made for commercial and industrial use only. 1.4 Copyright This manual is intended solely for consultation by the operator and can only be given to third parties with the permis- sion of Electrolux Professional company.
  • Page 8: Symbols

    User manual 1.5 Symbols Caution Caution, hot surface Caution, high voltage Read the instructions before using the machine...
  • Page 9: Warranty Terms And Exclusions

    Warranty will be applicable where the customer has used only genuine spare parts and has performed maintenance in accordance with Electrolux Professional user and maintenance documentation made available in paper or elec- tronic format. Electrolux Professional strongly recommends using Electrolux Professional approved cleaning, rinse and descaling agents to obtain optimal results and maintain product efficiency over time.
  • Page 10: Operating Panel

    User manual 3 Operating panel fig.X00727A Display Up- and down arrows that are used to scroll up and down through the menus on the display. Start- and pause button...
  • Page 11: Program Description

    User manual 4 Program description 4.1 General The machine is equipped with a number of programs adapted to the range of use to which the machine is intended — different markets use different programs. The following program description is a short description of some exam- ples of programs that can be used.
  • Page 12 User manual Automatic programs Program name Care label Program description and display symbol NORMAL TEMP Normal temperature. EXTRA DRY The program will stop automatically when the garments are extra dry. Low temperature. LOW TEMP EXTRA DRY The program will stop automatically when the garments are extra dry. NORMAL TEMP Normal temperature.
  • Page 13 User manual Time programs Program name Care label Description and display symbol NORMAL TEMP Normal temperature. DRIES SET TIME Different drying times can be selected. The program will stop when the time is up. Low temperature. LOW TEMP DRIES SET TIME Different drying times can be selected.
  • Page 14: Handling

    User manual 5 Handling 5.1 Load Note! Remove all objects from pockets and make sure there are no metal objects such as screws, pins etc. left. Metal objects might cause damage to the drum. Load the goods into the machine according to recommendations and close the door. Make sure the filter is clean and clean if necessary.
  • Page 15: How To Start The Machine

    User manual 5.2 How to start the machine Automatic programs Select program with the up- and down arrows. Start the machine by pressing Time programs Select program with the up- and down arrows. Start the machine by pressing After start it is possible to change the time for the selected program: •...
  • Page 16: Additional Functions

    User manual 5.3 Additional functions There is a menu with additional functions available for selection after start. When pressing the menu will ap- pear on the display. Select from the menu with the up- and down arrows and press to activate. Note! Some of the functions may not be available or active on your machine.
  • Page 17: When Program Has Ended

    User manual 5.4 When program has ended Note! For the best possible drying result it is important to empty the machine as soon as the program has ended. If the machine is not emptied as soon as the program has ended the drum will rotate in short intervalls in order to keep the goods from being wrinkled.
  • Page 18: Error Codes

    User manual 6 Error codes A fault in the program or in the machine is indicated by an error code on the display. Some of these error codes can be solved easily without contacting service personnel. Error Text Cause/Action code 12:9 HEAT PUMP LOW PRESSURE The machine indicates the low pressure switch for heat pump is activated.
  • Page 19: Maintenance

    User manual 7 Maintenance 7.1 General It is the responsibility of the owner of the machine/the laundry manager to make sure that maintenance is periodically performed. Note! Lack of maintenance may deteriorate the performance of the machine and may cause damage to components.
  • Page 20: Machines With Heat Pump

    User manual 7.4 Machines with heat pump Check that the machine does not operate with the door open, if so, the machine must be placed out of order until re- pairs are made. Note! Contact qualified service personnel to disconnect power from the affected machine. Clean the door, door gasket and other external parts.
  • Page 21: Maintenance To Be Carried Out By Qualified Service Personnel

    User manual 7.6 Maintenance to be carried out by qualified service personnel Contact qualified service personnel to perform the following maintenance: After 1600 hours of operation or once a year, whichever comes first: • Clean the fan, the exhaust duct and the fresh-air intake to the room •...
  • Page 22: Disposal Information

    User manual 8 Disposal information 8.1 Disposal of appliance at end of life Before disposing of the machine, make sure to carefully check its physical condition, and in particular any parts of the structure that can give or break during scrapping. The machine’s parts must be disposed of in a differentiated way, according to their different characteristics (e.g.
  • Page 24 Electrolux Professional AB 341 80 Ljungby, Sweden www.electroluxprofessional.com...

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