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B1 RKM 09004
GB Instructions for Use
Bosch Info-Team: DE Tel. 01 80/5 30 40 50 (
0,13 • DEM 0,24/Min. DTAG)


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  • Page 1 B1 RKM 09004 GB Instructions for Use Internet: Bosch Info-Team: DE Tel. 01 80/5 30 40 50 ( 0,13 • DEM 0,24/Min. DTAG)
  • Page 2 Robert Bosch Hausgeräte GmbH Carl-Wery-Str. 34 D 81739 München Germany...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Index Important Information Disposal of packaging..........4 Disposal of your old appliance........4 Before connecting your new appliance......4 Your new appliance Description of your appliance........5 Control panel..............6 Requirements for Use Requirements for use..........7 Transportation requirements ........7 Instructions for Use Temperature control ...........8 Ways of releasing air outdoors........9 Dehumidification............10 Air purification............10...
  • Page 4: Important Information

    Important Information Respect the environment when disposing of the material your appliance comes packed in. Disposal of Our products are all carefully packed for packaging transportation purposes. The packaging is designed to not harm the environment. All the materials used in the production of this packaging are environmentally friendly or can be re-used.
  • Page 5: Your New Appliance

    Your new appliance Description of your appliance Purifying filters Main filter Drainage pipe Diffusion duct Rear hook for hot-air expulsion duct Air-conditioning appliance Nozzle and stopcock for Hot-air expulsion duct dehumidification drainage pipe Air-intake grille Wire cavity Suction pad Nozzle to connect drainage pipe to internal tank Characteristics plate...
  • Page 6: Control Panel

    Control panel Control knob Safety pilot light Thermostat Air-direction fixture Appliance off Maximum temperature control Maximum air purification Silent air purification Silent temperature control Dehumidification...
  • Page 7: Requirements For Use

    Requirements for Use This appliance must be connected to a 220/240 V 50 Hz mains electricity supply using an Requirements for earthed plug. It must be protected with a 10 A slow-action fuse. Should an extension lead be needed, this lead must be at least 1,5 mm per terminal thick, no more than 25 m.
  • Page 8: Instructions For Use

    Instructions for Use Plug your appliance in. Temperature Lead the hot-air expulsion duct outdoors. control Set to maximum or silent temperature control. Turn the drainage stopcock to the cooling position. Set the thermostat to the desired temperature. Should the appliance turn itself off by thermostat, it will not come back on again until room temperature goes up 2-3°C.
  • Page 9: Ways Of Releasing Air Outdoors

    Ways of releasing air outdoors Temporary installation Connect the diffusion duct to the hot-air expulsion duct. Open the window slightly and feed the diffusion duct through the gap. Close the window as much as possible and secure it in place using the suction pad provided. Permanent installation The appliance can be installed on a permanent basis using window/wall Optional Accessory,...
  • Page 10: Dehumidification

    When set to , the appliance removes humidity Dehumidification from the atmosphere. It does not, however, control the temperature. Turn drainage stopcock 90° in an anti-clockwise direction. Remove stopcock plug and insert drainage pipe. stored in the main filter compartment. Place a bowl at the drainage pipe outlet to collect the condensed water in.
  • Page 11: Cleaning And Maintenance

    Cleaning and Maintenance The appliance is equipped with a main air filter. This filter must be removed, washed with water, Cleaning dried and refitted on a regular basis. The set of accessory purifying filters, reference B1 RKZ 09013, must be replaced with a new set every year in order to work efficiently.
  • Page 12: Technical Service / Warranty

    Technical Service / Warranty Should your appliance fail to work properly and all the instructions for use and installation (especially Technical service the section headed "Requirements..") have been carefully observed, then remember that our Technical Service Network is at your full disposal. When contacting the Technical Service, quote the model code (E-NR) and the appliance’s factory number (FD).
  • Page 13: Things That Can Save You From Making Unnecessary Phone Calls

    Things that can save you from making unnecessary phone calls What to do if ..the appliance doesn’t Make sure that the appliance is plugged in work ... properly. Make sure that the control knob is not set to "off" Make sure that there is power in the mains electricity supply and all the fuses are in working order.
  • Page 14: Technical Information

    ... the appliance makes a lot Make sure that the air extraction duct is properly of noise ... fitted onto the appliance. Make sure that the appliance’s air inlets and outlets are free from obstruction. If the noise sounds like water flowing, then this is due to the pump which circulates water around the system so as to enhance the efficiency of the appliance.
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