DeLonghi TCH7590ER manual

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  • Brand: DeLonghi
  • Product: Heater
  • Model/name: TCH7590ER
  • Filetype: PDF
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Table of Contents

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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
- Before plugging into the mains, make sure the voltage of your mains supply corresponds to
the V value indicated on the appliance and that the socket and power line are appropriate
for the load required.
- THIS APPLIANCE COMPLIES WITH DIRECTIVE 2004/108/EEC ON RADIO INTERFERENCE
SUPPRESSION.
INSTALLATION
The appliance can be used on any horizontal surface. Do not use the same socket for more than one
appliance.
ASSEMBLING THE APPLIANCE
1. Fit the base of the appliance to the body by inserting the pins in their housings (see figure 1).
2. Turn the appliance upside down and fix the base to the body of the appliance with the screws provided
(see figure 2).
3. Pass the power cable through the opening in the base (see figure 3).
OPERATION AND USE
1. Make sure the appliance is off before plugging into the mains.
2. To turn the appliance on, the ON/OFF switch (L) at the back of the appliance must be in the I
position.
The appliance emits a beep. The light (H) also comes on and remains lit while power to the
appliance is on.
3. The appliance is in stand-by mode and "- -" is displayed.
4. Press the button (A) to turn the appliance on. It will start heating with the current settings.
5. Press the MODE button (E) to select one of the following modes:
Heating ( ), Fan ( ), Freeze protection ( ).
5.1 Heating ( )
In this mode, the required temperature can be set by pressing buttons + and - (B) and selec-
ting one of the power levels, MIN, MAX or AUTO, by pressing button D ( ).
MIN power level: The appliance operates at minimum power, reducing noise levels and
energy consumption to a minimum.
MAX power level: The appliance operates at maximum power to heat the room rapidly.
AUTO power level: The appliance determines the power automatically according to room
conditions.
5.2 Fan ( )
In this mode, only the fan is active and the appliance does not heat the room. Press the
power selector button (D) ( ) to select the required fan speed, MIN or MAX.
5.3 Freeze protection ( )
In this mode, the appliance keeps the room at a temperature of 7°C to avoid freezing.
6. If you want the appliance to distribute the air flow over a wider area, press the swing button (C)
( ).
The appliance will swing from right to left.
To stop the appliance in the desired position, simply press button (C) again.
7. To turn the appliance off, press button A and place the switch (L) on the back in the 0 position.
NOTE: The display can show the temperature in both °F and °C. To select, press and hold the + key
for at least 5 seconds, then release.
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DESCRIPTION
A ON/STAND-BY button
B +/- regulation buttons
C Swing button
D Power selector button
E MODE button (selects the operating mode)
F Timer button
G Remote control receiver
H Indicator light
I Tip over device
J Grille
K Filter
L ON/OFF switch
GB
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TIMER FUNCTION
This function can be activated in any operating mode.
Delayed start: With the appliance in stand-by, press the timer button (F) ( ).
The symbol is displayed together with the hours left before the appliance comes on.
Change the hours using the + and - buttons (B), then wait a few seconds for the programme to
be memorised.
The "- -" stand-by and symbols are displayed.
When the programmed time has elapsed, the appliance will come on with the previous settings.
Delayed stop: with the appliance on, press the timer button (F) ( ).
The symbol is displayed together with the hours left before the appliance goes off.
Change the hours using the + and - buttons (B), then wait a few seconds for the programme to
be memorised.
The current settings and symbol are displayed.
At the end of the set time the appliance switches off automatically.
To go back to operating without the timer, press the timer button (F) twice.
The timer symbol ( ) disappears from the display.
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL.
The remote control must be used with care.
• The remote control functions are the same as those on the control panel.
See the section "Operation and use" for a description.
INSERTING OR REPLACING THE BATTERIES
• Remove the cover on the rear of the remote control;
• Insert two R03 “AAA” 1.5V batteries in the correct position (see instructions inside the bat-
tery compartment);
• Replace the cover. If the remote control unit is replaced or disposed of, the batteries must be
removed and disposed of in accordance with current legislation as they are harmful to the
environment.
MAINTENANCE
- Before performing maintenance on the heater, always unplug from the mains socket.
- During the season when the appliance is in use, clean the air intake and outlet grilles
regularly using a vacuum cleaner.
- Never use abrasive powders or solvents to clean the appliance.
- Remove the rear grille by pulling it outwards (fig. 4).
Remove the dust filter which retains impurities in the air drawn in from the room, blow on it
lightly then replace in the appliance.
TROUBLESHOOTING
In case ”PF” is displayed and a warning sound is emitted, there is a fault on the temperature
sensor. If the problem persists, call the service centre.
If the appliance goes off unexpectedly:
- Make sure power to the appliance is on.
- Make sure the appliance is in a vertical position on a flat surface as otherwise the tip over
safety device may have tripped.
- Check the temperature set and the timer.
The appliance may have gone off because the temperature set has been reached or the
time set on the timer has elapsed.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
- Do not use this heater near showers, bathtubs, sinks, swimming pools, etc.
- Always use the heater in an upright position.
- Do not use the heater to dry laundry. Never obstruct the intake and outlet grilles (danger of
overheating). The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
- The heater must be positioned at least 50 cm from furniture or other objects.
- Do not use the appliance near walls, furniture, curtains, etc.
- The use of extension leads is not recommended.
However if they cannot be avoided, follow the instructions accompanying the extension
lead and never exceed the power limit marked on the extension.
- If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, an authorised ser-
vice centre or a qualified electrician in order to eliminate all risk.
- The appliance must not be placed immediately under a fixed power socket.
- Do not use the appliance in rooms with a floor area of less than 4 m².
The heater is fitted with a safety device which switches it off in the event of accidental overhea-
ting (e.g. obstruction of air intake and outlet grilles, motor turning slowly or not at all).
To reset, unplug the appliance from the mains socket for a few minutes, remove the cause of
overheating then plug in again.
A tip over safety device turns the appliance off if it falls over or is positioned inappropriately in
such a way as to jeopardise safety.
IMPORTANT: To avoid overheating, never under any circumstances cover the appliance
during operation as this would lead to a dangerous rise in temperature.
WARNING: to avoid the safety system resetting accidentally, this appliance must not be powe-
red through an external on/off device such as a timer, or connected to a circuit which is turned
off and on regularly by the energy supplier.
Important information for correct disposal of the product in accordance with EC Directive
2002/96/EC.
At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed of as urban waste. It
must be taken to a special local authority differentiated waste collection centre or to
a dealer providing this service. Disposing of a household appliance separately
avoids possible negative consequences for the environment and health deriving from
inappropriate disposal and enables the constituent materials to be recovered to
obtain significant savings in energy and resources.As a reminder of the need to
dispose of household appliances separately, the product is marked with a crossed-
out wheeled dustbin.

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