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  • Brand: Whirlpool
  • Product: Dryer
  • Model/name: AWZ 3789 WP
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: German, English

Table of Contents

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Machine operation
Additional information (including troubleshooting and service) can be found in the individual chapters of the
instructions for use.
Sort by:
Material thickness: Whenever there is greater load than the dryer can handle,
separate laundry according to weight (e.g. dry towels and thin underwear
separately).
Type of material: Cotton (linen); synthetic textiles (easy care).
Degree of drying: Cupboard dry, iron dry etc.
Do not tumble dry: Woollens, silk, nylon stockings, delicate embroidery, fabrics
with metallic decorations, bulky items such as sleeping bags, etc.
Check that all fastenings are closed and that pockets are empty. Please ensure that
there are no cigarette lighters in the wash. Turn laundry inside out.
Pull the door handle.
Place laundry loosely in the drum to achieve equal drying throughout. Then close
the door.
Select the drying programme required by turning the programme selector knob (for
information, refer to programme table).
Select the option required by pressing the corresponding button.
The indicator lamp above the relevant button lights up to confirm your selection. A
fast blinking led indicates a wrong selection is made (incompatible options). Press
the button again to cancel the option.
The drying programme is started by pressing the “Start (Pause)” button.
The relevant indicator lamp lights up.
Changing programme selection: If the programme selected is changed during
drying, the dryer stops. The Drying indicator lamps flashes. To operate the new
programme, again press the “Start (Pause)” button.
Interrupting programme: To interrupt the dryer during the drying cycle, set the
programme selector knob to “Airing” “ ” and press the “Start (Pause)”
button. Wait at least 5 minutes before opening the door to allow the dryer to cool
down. For your safety the drying cycle stops automatically if you open the door. To
restart, after door opening, close the door and press the “Start (Pause)” button again.
Warning: Never stop a tumble dryer before the end of the drying cycle, unless all
items are quickly removed and spread out so that the heat is dissipated.
The final part of a tumble dryer cycle occurs without heat (cool down cycle) to
ensure that the items are left at a temperature that ensures that the items will not
be damaged.
End: Take the laundry out of the dryer. The drying process is complete
and the anti-crease phase has been reached (active).
Anti-Crease: If the laundry is not removed at the end of the drying cycle,
an automatic anti-crease cycle will operate for maximum 60 min. The
drum rotates at regular intervals to prevent the laundry from creasing.
Set the programme selector knob to “Off” “ ”.
Cleaning the lint filter: Open door, pull lint filter up and out of machine and open
it. Brush lint using a soft brush or your fingertips. Push lint filter firmly back into
place.
Please note: Only use additives/plastic items specified as dryer safe and rinse items that have been treated with stain remover
thoroughly in plenty of water before drying. Never dry rubber objects or objects stained with vegetable oils in the dryer.
Sort laundry according to
care symbols:
Do not tumble dry
Suitable for tumble drying -
Suitable for tumble drying
at low drying temperature
Preparing laundry
Opening door
Loading dryer
Selecting programme
Selecting options
(if available)
Starting dryer
Programme end -
unloading dryer
Switching dryer off
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* Test programme in accordance with EN 61121. 2
Overview of programmes Options
Approximate
drying times
(in minutes)
Programmes / Drying levels
Type of textile
Fabrics
Volume
of load
kg
Gentle Rapid Buzzer Anticrease Start Delay Very
wet
load
Wet
load
Ready to wear
Multi-layered, thick laundry such
as: terry towels, dish cloths and dry
towels, bed linen, underwear, terry
towelling bath robes.
Cotton or linen hot wash /
coloured laundry
Max. 6 kg
3.0
6.0
X X X X X
75’
130’
60’
100’
Cupboard dry *
Similar types of laundry which do
not require ironing such as: dry
towels, bed linen, underwear, baby
clothes, T-shirts, cotton socks.
3.0
6.0
X X X X X
70’
110’
50’
95’
Iron dry *
Laundry which requires ironing
such as: bed and table linen, dry
towels, T-shirts, polo shirts,
work clothes.
3.0
6.0
X X X X X
50’
95’
45’
75’
Ready to wear
Laundry with thick, multi-layered
areas such as: bed and table linen,
track suits, anoraks, blankets. Synthetic, mixed fibre or
cotton easy care (ironing not
required) laundry
Max. 3 kg
1.0
3.0
X - X X X
25’
55’
20’
45’
Cupboard dry *
Laundry which does not require
ironing such as: shirts, blouses,
T-shirts, sportswear.
1.0
3.0
X - X X X
20’
45’
15’
40’
Iron dry
Laundry which requires ironing
such as: trousers, dresses, skirts,
shirts, blouses.
1.0
3.0
X - X X X
15’
35’
10’
30’
Cupboard dry
Low drying intensity for
delicates and items labelled with
, such as: trousers, dresses,
shirts, blouses.
Laundry made from synthetic
fibres such as polyamide,
nylon, polyacrylic, etc.
Max. 2.5 kg
2.5 X - X X - 60’ 45’
Laundry is aired and refreshed for 30
minutes without heating. - - - - - - - -
Completes drying for min.3-5 full size
textiles (suitable for all fabrics). - X - X X -
Cotton
Mixed
fabrics
Delicate
plus
Airing
Drying
times
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How to proceed if ...
...you want to correctly
care for and clean your
dryer:
Clean the filter at the end
of every cycle.
• Open the door.
• Pull the filter upwards.
• Brush lint using a soft brush or your
fingertips.
• Push the filter back into place.
Please de-install once a
year the air hose and
remove the lint inside.
...you want to check the
dryer yourself first:
(If your machine is not
functioning correctly, please
check the following points
before phoning for the
customer service – also refer
to relevant chapter in the
instructions for use).
Drying takes too long
laundry is not dry enough.
• Has the correct drying programme
been selected?
• Was the inserted laundry too wet
(washing machine spin speed less than
1000 rpm?)
• Is the lint filter dirty (filter indicator
light on)?
• Is the room temperature too high?
• Are the “End” “ ” and “Anti-
crease” “ ” indicator lamps
lighting up? The drying cycle is
complete and the laundry can be
taken out.
• If the drying result does not meet your
expectation, select a more dry
programme.
The dryer will not operate
(after a power failure,
always press the “Start
(Pause)” button).
• Is the plug properly inserted into the
mains electricity socket?
• Is there a power failure?
• Has the fuse blown?
• Is the door properly closed?
• Has a drying programme been
selected?
• Has the “Start (Pause)” button been
pressed?
• Has the start delay option been
selected ?
Lint filter indicator lamp
on.
• Is the lint filter clean?
• Is the vent hose blocked?
• Is the outside vent hose adaptor
blocked?
AFTER-SALES SERVICE
If the fault is still present once the above checks have been undertaken or should the fault occur for a second time, switch
the machine off. Please contact your after-sales service representative (for more information, refer to the warranty
manual).
Please have the following details ready when calling your after-sales service representative:
• The nature of the fault.
• The dryer type and model.
• The service code (the number after the word Service on the
adhesive rating plate) on the right-hand side when the door is
open.
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5019 307 00909
GB
AWZ 3789 Quick Reference Guide
Before using the machine, please also read the instructions for use carefully!
(Subject to technical modifications)
Whirlpool is a registered trademark of Whirlpool USA
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Programme selector knob
The drying programme is selected by turning
this knob.
“Start (Pause)” button
The drying programme is started by pressing
this button. The indicator lamp flashes during
the selection phase and lights up during
drying.
Indicator lamps
Filter
The indicator lamp lights up when the filter
needs cleaning.
Clean the filter at the end of every cycle.
Time remaining display
Depending on the programme selected, once
the drying cycle has been started, a default
drying time is displayed. The time displayed is
corrected by a few minutes depending on the
volume, type and dampness of the laundry.
The drying time specified is a calculated
value which will be updated during the
drying programme.
The flashing lines indicate that the calculation is
running. The remaining time will be updated.
Overdry protection
The indicator lamp lights up when a humidity
controlled program is selected, to indicate
the working protection function. Function is
not active in time controlled programmes
10’, 20’, 30’, 40’, 60’, 90’ and “Airing”
“ ”.
Programme sequence
Overdry
protection Drying Anti-
crease
End
of cycle
Options
Gentle
Reduces drying intensity (recommended
for delicate items).
Rapid cotton
Shortens drying duration (recommended for
thin items of the same size).
Buzzer
Signals/sounds end of drying cycle.
Anti-crease
Prevents laundry from creasing up to 12
hours. Buzzer and Anti-crease cannot be
selected together.
Delayed Start
Delaysthestartofthedryingcycleby1to12
hours.Eachtimethebuttonispressed,thestart
timeisdelayedby1hour.
Thenpressthe“Start (Pause)”buttonto
confirmthefinalselectionandtostartthedryer.
Thedelayedstartindicatorlampflashesandthe
countdowncountsdownin1-hourintervals.The
countdownisindicatedbytheindicatorlamp
abovethebuttonflashing.Duringthecountdown,
thedrumwillturnfromtimetotimetore-
distributethelaundry.T
ocancelorchangethe
previouslysettimedelay,settheprogramme
selectorknobto“Off”“ ”oropenthe
door.
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