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Operating Instructions
Vented Dryer
T 1520
U
To prevent accidents
and machine damage
read these instructions
installation or use.
M.-Nr. 05 275 070

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   Summary of Contents for MIELE T 1520 VENT ED DRYER

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    Operating Instructions Vented Dryer T 1520 To prevent accidents and machine damage read these instructions installation or use. M.-Nr. 05 275 070...

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    Changing the light bulb ..........13 Power failure - Emergency door release ....... . 13 .

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    Do not use heat to dry articles con- taining foam rubber or similarly tex- Read all instructions before using tured rubber-like materials. the appliance.

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    Repairs to electrical appliances cian or service representative or per- should only be performed by qualified sonnel if you are in doubt as to whether personnel. Incorrectly repaired ma- the appliance is properly grounded. chines may pose a considerable risk to Do not modify the plug provided the user.

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    Supply cable with plug Control panel Drum door Exhaust connection (right, left or rear) Four height-adjustable legs...

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    For turned on, the "On" indicator will light program stages "Normal" and "Extra up if the door is closed. If the door is dry" the indicator remains at the "Nor- open, the drum interior light will be mal"...

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    Close zippers and tie up fabric belts and apron ties. If no symbol is present: Do not dry items that may melt or ignite Dry cottons and permanent press laun- in the dryer such as plastics, rubber or dry in their corresponding programs.

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    ^ Press the "Door" button to open the door. ^ Load the laundry loosely into the drum. ^ Close the door with a firm swing - do not push it shut. Do not use fabric softener sheets in this dryer. Silicates contained in these sheets could cause the dryer to overheat.

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    Please refer to the "Programs" chart. The program status will be stored for 30 minutes in the event of a power failure. ^ Press the "Load size" button in for a full load. Press the "Load size" button out for a...

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    Uniform loads of cotton e.g. – sheets, underwear, socks. Knitted cotton fabrics that may If items are still damp, redry us- shrink, e.g. jersey material or ing "Normal+". lightweight cottons. Cotton or linen fabrics to be –...

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    The "Anti-crease/Finish" indicator will light at the end of a program. ^ Turn the program selector to "Finish". ^ Press the "START" button. ^ Press the "Door" button to open the door. ^ Remove the laundry. ^ Check that the drum is empty.

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    ^ Open the door and remove the lint ^ Stainless steel surfaces can be filter. cleaned using a non-abrasive stain- ^ Wipe the lint off the filter with your less steel cleaner. hand (do not use any sharp objects!) ^ Wipe dry using a soft cloth.

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    To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect this appliance from the power supply by unplugging or trip- ping the circuit breaker. ^ Pull forward on the unhinged side of the door. ^ Unscrew the plastic bulb cover lo- cated inside the drum and above the door (see illustration.)

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    With the following guide, minor problems can be fixed without a service call. Check whether the "On" in- Repeat the program selection dicator lights up. If so, fail- procedure in the correct se- ure to start may be due to quence, see "Using the dryer".

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    Please contact the Miele Ser- vice Dept. The vent is blocked or Clean the vents and the lint fil- the lint filter is clogged. ter. A fabric softener sheet Do not use fabric softener caused the dryer to sheets.

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    – The Miele Technical Service Department 1-800-999-1360 techserv@mieleusa.com 1-800-565-6435 service@miele.ca When contacting the Technical Service Department, please quote the model and serial number of your appliance. They can be found on the data plate lo- cated below the drum opening.

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    Quick Guide Remove this guide for easy reference Please read all instructions, especially the "Important Safety Instructions", using the dryer.

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    To prevent fabric damage, check that laundry will not be caught in the ^ Press the "Buzzer" button. closed door. ^ Close the door with a firm swing - do not push it shut.

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    The "Anti-crease / Finish" indicator will light. ^ Turn the program selector to "Finish". ^ Press the "Load size" button in for a full load. Press the "Load size" button out for a small load. ^ Press "Door" and remove the laundry.

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    Uniform loads of cotton e.g. – sheets, underwear, socks. Knitted cotton fabrics that may If items are still damp, redry us- shrink, e.g. jersey material or ing "Normal+". lightweight cottons. Cotton or linen fabrics to be –...

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    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS...

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    ....... . 19 ........20 Disposal of the packing materials .

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    Do not vent the dryer into a chim- tumble dryer from the electrical ney used by gas, fuel boilers, heat- supply by unplugging the power cord ers, a chimney, a wall, a ceiling, or a or tripping the circuit breaker. concealed space of a building. GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS If there is any doubt concerning in- This appliance must be grounded.

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    Before discarding an old bags etc. are disposed of safely and appliance, unplug it from the outlet and kept out of the reach of children. Dan- cut off its power cord and remove any ger of suffocation! Please recycle.

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    The tumble dryer can also be placed on top of a Miele washing machine for a stacked installation. An appropriate stacking kit is required. The stacking kit, part # 12 996 030, is available from your Miele dealer or the Miele Technical Service Department.

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    ^ On the door lock side remove the The height and depth of the appliance 4 screws (3 on the side and 1 under- toekick cannot be altered. neath) and the door strip. A cut-out must be made in the toekick ^ Loosen the remaining 7 screws on panel around the ventilation slots.

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    Avoid ducting in tight corners. Use flexible metal pipe or rigid metal pipe for venting. Non-metallic flexible hose should not be used since it is a potential fire hazard. The shorter the exhaust ductwork, the more efficient the dryer will be. Ex- pelled air is slowed down in the ducts due to friction against the inner walls.

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    Drying times and energy consumption with flap or remain unaltered for 4" (100 mm) duct window vent kit up to a total length of 66 ft. (20 m). Lon- ger ducts may lead to slight increases, Exhaust 193" 490.2 connection...

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    Vent connection left ..39" (1.0 m) Length (L)....47" (1.2 m) Lower radius (R)..19" (0.5 m) Height (H).

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    2. Wall vent duct 3. Adapter 4. Louvred wall vent 5. Flap 1. Wall pipe 6. Screw 2. Flexible foam gasket A flexible foam gasket must be used if the tumble dryer is directly connected to the wall vent. " 10.8 4" "...

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    ^ Attach the ducting to the vent. Connection of the rigid metal pipe to the dryer (side view). ^ Move the dryer close to its final posi- tion. ^ Attach the ducting to the exhaust port via the duct adapter, securing with duct tape or a hose clamp.

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    ^ Press the retaining clip of the cap covering the left exhaust port up- wards, turn it counterclockwise. ^ Secure the connector into the side ^ Remove the vent socket from the rear port by pressing it in and turning it exhaust port by inserting a thin clockwise.

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    The dryer comes with a 5 ft long, 12/4 GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS AWG cord and a NEMA 14-30 P plug. This appliance must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or break- It should be connected to a down, grounding will reduce the risk...

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