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  • Brand: Whirlpool
  • Product: Dryer
  • Model/name: AZC 6571
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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Machine operation
Additional information (including troubleshooting and service) can be found in the individual sections of the
Instructions For Use.
Sort laundry 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: Woolens, silk, nylon stockings, delicate embroidery, fabrics with
metallic decorations, bulky items such as sleeping bags or pillows.
Check that all fastenings are closed and that pockets are empty. Ensure that there are
no cigarette lighters in the wash. Turn laundry inside out.
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 a time programme for drying small loads.
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 lamp indicates that a wrong selection is made (incompatible option).
Press the button again to cancel the option.
The drying programme in started by pressing the “Start” button.
The relevant indicator lamp lights up. A fast blinking “Start”-lamp indicates that the
door is not well closed or the heat-exchanger is not well inserted.
Changing programme selection: If the programme selected is changed during
drying, the dryer stops. The “Start” indicator lamp flashes.
To operate the new programme, press the “Start” 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 drying cycle occurs without heat (cool-down cycle) to ensure that
the items reach a lower temperature to avoid wrinkling.
Anti-Crease: If the laundry is not removed at the end of the drying cycle, an automatic
anti-crease cycle will operate for maximum 15 min. The drum rotates to prevent the
laundry from creasing.
End: Take the laundry out of the dryer. The drying process is complete and the anti-
crease phase has been reached (active).
Set the programme selector knob to “Off” (“O”).
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. Close lint filter and push firmly back into place (more detailed informations are given in the Instructions For Use).
Emptying the water container: Pull container out by the handle and empty. Replace the container when empty by pushing it
completely back into place.
Empty the water container after each drying process, because a full water container will stop the drying process before the
laundry is dry.
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.
The Manufacturer is not liable for any damage to laundry resulting from inadequate or incorrect fabric care instructions which
have been provided with the garment or article.
Sort laundry according to
care symbols
Do not tumble dry
Suitable for tumble drying -
Suitable for tumble drying
at low temperatures
Preparing laundry
Loading dryer
Selecting programme
Selecting options
(if available)
Starting dryer
Programme end -
unloading dryer
Switching dryer off
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* Weight of average and maximum load.
** Test programmes according to EN 61121, tested with maximum rated load capacity.
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Interrupting and restarting of the drying process prolongs the drying time significantly and can lead to overdrying.
Overview of programmes Options
Approximate
drying times
(in minutes)
Programmes / Drying levels
Type of textile
Fabrics
Volume
of load
kg* Gentle
Dry plus Start delay
Very
wet
load
Wet
load
Extra dry Multi-layered, thick laundry such as: terry towels, terry
towelling bath robes. Cotton or linen hot wash/
coloured laundry
Max. 6 kg
3.0
6.0
X X X
115’
170’
100’
150’
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
100’
145’
85’
125’
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
70’
110’
60’
95’
Extra dry 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
55’
75’
45’
60
Cupboard dry ** Laundry which does not require ironing such as: shirts,
blouses, T-shirts, sportswear.
1.0
3.0
X X X
50’
65’
40’
50’
Iron dry Laundry which requires ironing such as: trousers, dresses,
skirts, shirts, blouses.
1.0
3.0
X X X
35’
50’
25’
40’
Mixed load T-shirts, blouses, towels, underwear, sportswear.
Cotton - Synthetic blend
Max. 3 kg
3.0 X — X 110’ 95’
Laundry is aired, refreshed and
loosen up for 30 minutes without
heating.
All textiles. — — — X — —
10’ 20’ 30’ 40’ 60’ 90’
Additional drying time for textiles that are not suitable for
other programmes, for finalization of the drying process
and for small loads ( < 1,0kg).
All fabrics
— X — X
10’ 20’ 30’
40’ 60’ 90’
+
Cotton
6Kg
Easy
care
6Kg
Special
programmes
Airing
Drying
times
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How to proceed if...
...you want to check the dryer yourself first: (If your machine is not functioning correctly, please
check the following points before calling the Customer Service department - also refer to relevant
section in the Instructions for use).
Drying takes too
long/Laundry is not
dry enough
• Has the cycle been interrupted (door opening, full water container)?
• 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 heat exchanger dirty (for more information, refer to the Instructions For Use)?
• Is the room temperature too high?
• Is the “End” 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 or
use the “dry plus” option (if available).
• Is thin and thick load mixed? Are different types of materials mixed? Sort the laundry
after thickness and material and dry again.
The dryer does not
operate (after a power
failure, always press the
“Start” 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” button been pressed?
• Has the start delay option been selected?
• Is the dryer overloaded? Please remove some of the load.
• Is the heat exchanger inserted correctly?
Lint filter, water
container indicator
lamp on
• Is the lint filter clean?
• Is the water container empty?
• Has the water container been inserted correctly?
• Is the heat exchanger clean and inserted correctly?
Water droplets
underneath the dryer
• Has the heat exchanger been inserted correctly?
• Has all fluffs on the heat exchanger seal and the door seal been wiped away?
• Has the water container been inserted correctly?
• If the direct drain connection is used, is it tight?
• Is the dryer levelled?
...you want to care for and clean your dryer:
Clean the filter at the
end of every cycle
• Brush lint using a soft brush or your fingertips.
• Close the filter.
• Push the filter back into place.
Empty the water
container at the end of
every drying cycle
• Pull the handle to remove the water container.
• Empty the water container.
• Replace the water container when empty by pushing it completely back into place.
Clean the heat exchanger
at least once a month
• Clean the heat exchanger under running water.
• Remove all lint from the seals.
• Clean the heat exchanger housing (for further information see section “Heat
Exchanger” in the Instructions for use).
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Failure codes
In case the appliance control unit detects a defective component or a malfunction of the
dryer, it will stop the running programme and will make red lamps blinking.
The programme flow lamps will indicate the failure code, as in the table below:
Failure
code
Lamp failure code Check needed by customer before Service call
F01
• Turn the programme selector to the “off” position.
• Wait 1 minute.
• Turn the programme selector to the desired programme.
• Push the Start button.
• If the appliance will go again into Failure Mode.
• Call the After-Sales-Service.
• Check the programme flow lights and communicate the
failure code.
F02
F04
F07
F05
• Turn programme selector to the “off” position.
• Assure that the ambient temperature is between
5°C and 35°C.
• Wait for 1 hour.
• Turn the programme selector to the desired programme.
• Push the Start button.
• If the appliance will go again into Failure Mode.
• Call the After-Sales-Service.
• Check the programme flow lights and communicate the
failure code.
F06
Lamp blinking
Lamp on
Lamp off
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GB AZC 6571 Quick Reference Guide
Before using the machine, please also read the Instructions For Use carefully!
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5019 307 01556
(Subject to technical modifications)
Indicator lamps and options
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20’
30’
60’
90’
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6Kg
AZC 6571
Programme selector knob
The drying programme is selected by
turning this knob. The “Start” indicator
lamp flashes.
“Start” button
The drying programme is started by
pressing this button. The indicator lamp
lights up.
Filter
The indicator lamp lights up when the
filter and/or the heat exchanger including
housing needs to be cleaned.
Clean the filter at the end of every
drying cycle.
Water container
The indicator lamp lights up when the
water container needs to be emptied.
The drying cycle is automatically
interrupted. Empty the container and
restart the drying programme.
Empty the water container after
every drying cycle.
End
The drying programme is finished. The
anticrease has been reached. Please
unload the dryer.
Overdry protection
The indicator lights up when a humidity
controlled programme is selected, to
indicate the activated protection
function.
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Gentle
Selecting this option will reduce the
drying temperature.
Dry plus
By selecting this option you can increase
the dryness level of the laundry.
Start delay
Delays the start of the drying cycle by
3, 6 or 9 hours. Each time the button is
pressed the delay is increased by 3
hours. Press the “Start” button to
confirm the final selection and to start
the dryer. During the countdown, the
drum will turn from time to time to
redistribute the laundry and the pump
will start to pump water in the water
container. To cancel or change the
previously set time delay, set the index of
the programme selector knob to the
“off” position, or open the door.
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3h 6h 9h
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CONTENTS
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
PROGRAMME CHART
PREPARING THE LAUNDRY
SELECTING A PROGRAMME AND OPTIONS
STARTING AND COMPLETING A PROGRAMME
CHANGING A PROGRAMME
INTERRUPTING A PROGRAMME
DAILY MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
BOOKLET
BEFORE USING THE DRYER Page 3
PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL
RECOMMENDATIONS Page 5
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION Page 7
DESCRIPTION OF THE DRYER Page 8
REMINDER - MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING Page 8
CLEANING THE LINT FILTER Page 8
CLEANING THE HEAT EXCHANGER Page 9
DRAINAGE SYSTEM Page 10
DOOR REVERSIBILITY Page 11
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE/
AFTER-SALES SERVICE Page 12
PLEASEREADINSTRUCTIONS
FOR USE BOOKLET!
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BEFORE USING THE DRYER
• This dryer is exclusively designed to dry machine
dryable laundry in quantities which are usual for
private households.
• Observe the instructions given in these Instructions For
Use and the Programme Chart before using the dryer.
• Keep the Instructions For Use and the Programme
Chart handy for reference. If you pass on the dryer to
others, make sure that the Instructions For Use and
the Programme Chart go with it.
• The manufacturer declines all liability for damage to
property or injury to persons or animals due to non-
compliance with the directions given in these
Instructions For Use.
1. Removing the packaging and inspection
• After unpacking, make sure that the dryer is
undamaged. If in doubt, do not use it. Contact the
After-Sales Service or your local retailer.
• If the appliance was exposed to the cold prior to
delivery, keep it at room temperature for a few hours
before operating.
• Do not operate the dryer if it has been damaged
during transport. Contact one of our After-Sales
Service technicians.
2. Electrical Connections
• Electrical connections must be carried out by a
qualified technician in compliance with the
manufacturer’s instructions and current standard
safety regulations.
• Electrical connections must comply with local
Electricity Board regulations.
• Data regarding voltage, power consumption and the
required fuse protection is shown on the rating plate
mounted at the rear of the dryer.
• The dryer must be earthed as prescribed by law.
• Before carrying out any maintenance on the dryer
disconnect it from the mains supply.
• Mains cable replacement must only be carried out by
the After-Sales Service.
• After installation, access to the mains plug or to an all-
pole disconnection switch must be ensured at all times.
• Light bulb replacement must only be carried out by
the After-Sales Service.
3. Installation
• Do not install your dryer where it may be exposed to
extreme conditions, such as: poor ventilation,
temperature below 5°C or above 35°C.
• The appliance must not be installed behind a lockable
door, a sliding door or a door with hinges on the
opposite side to that of the tumble dryer, in such a
way as to prevent the tumble dryer door from being
fully opened.
• Small indoor located storage rooms, bathrooms,
toilets, shower rooms and enclosed areas without
ventilation are not suitable locations for installation of
the dryer. If it must be installed in such a location,
adequate ventilation must be ensured (open doors,
ventilation grid or slot larger than 500 cm²).
• Before running the first cycle, ensure that the water
container is fully pushed inside and that the heat
exchanger is correctly positioned.
• Before running the first cycle, ensure that all of the
drainage system hoses are connected (as shown in
the picture below).
• If possible use a hose to drain the water directly into
the domestic plumbing system. This will avoid having
to empty the water container at the end of each
drying cycle, since the condensation water can be
directly drained away. Also see section entitled
“Drainage System”.
• Take care not to install the dryer on a deep-pile carpet.
• Take care not to trap the mains cable between the
dryer and the wall.
• When installing the dryer make sure that the four feet
are stable and resting on the floor, adjusting them as
required, and check that the machine is perfectly
level using a spirit level.
• If, due to lack of space, the dryer must be installed
directly next to a gas or coal stove, a heat insulating
plate (85 x 57cm) must be installed in between and
the side of the plate facing the stove must be covered
with aluminium foil.
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4. Assembly of distance holders
To ensure that the appliance is positioned at a correct
distance from the wall at the rear side and to allow
sufficient ventilation, distance holders must be mounted
on the rear side of the dryer before starting the first
drying cycle.
A. Remove the two distance holders from the packaging.
B. The distance holders must be inserted on the rear
side of the dryer in the protective cover.
C. Insert the distance holders in the holes provided on
both sides.
D. Secure both distance holders by turning them in a
clockwise direction as far as the stop position.
5. User and child protection
• Children must not be allowed to play with the dryer.
• Ensure that children and small animals cannot get into
the drum.
• Keep the packaging materials (plastic bags,
polystyrene parts, etc.) out of reach of children, as
they are potentially dangerous.
• 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.
Stacking kit
• Depending on the
model, your dryer can
be stacked on top of
your front loading
washing machine. For
further information
please contact the
After-Sales Service.
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PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL
RECOMMENDATIONS
To minimise the risk of fire in the tumble dryer,
the following precautions should be observed:
• Oil-soaked items 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 item can become hot enough to
catch fire. Piling, stacking or storing oil-soaked items
can prevent heat from escaping and so create a fire
hazard.
• Do not dry unwashed items in the tumble dryer.
• Ensure that the appliance is maintained as shown in
the section “Maintenance and cleaning”.
• Ensure that the appliance is installed as per the
instructions above.
• Items that have been soiled with substances such as
cooking oil, acetone, alcohol, petrol, kerosene, spot
removers, turpentine, waxes and wax removers
must be washed in hot water with an extra amount
of detergent before being dried in the tumble dryer.
• Do not use flammable cleaning agents.
• Do not use the tumble dryer if chemicals have been
used for cleaning.
• Items such as foam rubber (latex foam), shower caps,
waterproof textiles, rubber backed articles and
clothes or pillows fitted with foam rubber pads must
not be dried in the tumble dryer.
• Fabric softeners or similar products should be used
as specified in the fabric softener instructions.
• Remove all objects from pockets, such as lighters and
matches.
• Never use or store flammable materials near to the
dryer.
• 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.
• Warning: rear panel may be hot.
• The dryer is suitable for indoor use only.
• Do not use extension leads or multiple adaptors.
• Always set the programme/time selector knob to the
“0” position after use. This prevents the dryer from
being switched on accidentally.
• Before cleaning or carrying out maintenance, switch off
the dryer and disconnect it from the mains supply.
• To clean the outside of the dryer, use a neutral
detergent and a damp cloth.
• Do not use abrasive detergents.
• The final phase of a drying cycle always occurs
without heat (cool-down phase) so that the items are
left at a temperature which ensures that they will not
be damaged.
• Wipe away any lint from the door seal and the door
using a damp cloth.
• If the lint filter mesh is clogged, clean it with water
and a soft brush.
• Since lint can penetrate through the filter, it is
necessary to clean the entire filter area (including
below the filter) from time to time using a brush, a
damp cloth or a vacuum cleaner.
EC Declaration of Conformity
• This dryer has been designed, constructed and
distributed in compliance with the safety
requirements of EC Directives:
• 2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
• 2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive
• This appliance is marked according to the European
directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
• By ensuring that this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human
health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product.
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Packaging
• The packaging box is 100% recyclable, as confirmed
by the recycling symbol.
Disposing of packaging and old appliances
• The dryer is built from reusable materials. The dryer
must be disposed of in compliance with local waste
disposal regulations.
• Before scrapping cut off the power cable so that the
dryer cannot be connected to the mains.
• The symbol on the product or on the
documents accompanying the product indicates that
this appliance must not be treated as household
waste. Instead it should be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. Disposal must
be carried out in accordance with local
environmental regulations for waste disposal.
• For more detailed information about treatment,
recovery and recycling of this product please contact
your local city council office, your household waste
disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
Energy saving tips
• Always dry a full load, depending on the type of
laundry and the programme/drying time. For more
detailed information, see the programme chart.
• By preference use the maximum spin speed allowed by
your washing machine, since draining the water
mechanically requires less energy. You will save time
and energy when running your drying cycle.
• Do not overdry the laundry.
• Clean the lint filter after every drying cycle.
• Clean the heat exchanger every month.
• Place your dryer in a room with a temperature
between 15°C and 20°C. If the temperature is higher
then ventilate the room, e.g. by opening the window.
• Always select the correct programme/drying time for
the load in order to obtain the desired drying results.
• Select the ‘Gentle’ option only in case of drying small
loads.
• When drying cotton, for example, dry Iron Dry and
Cupboard Dry loads together. Start with the Iron Dry
programme/drying time setting, remove the laundry to
be ironed at the end of that cycle and dry the remainder
of the load on the Cupboard Dry setting.
• Always set the program selector knob to the “0”
position after the end of the cycle.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
1) For United Kingdom only
Warning - this appliance must be earthed
Fuse replacement
If the mains lead of this appliance is fitted with a BS 1363A 13amp
fused plug, to change a fuse in this type of plug use an ASTA marked
fuse, approved to BS 1362 and proceed as follows:
1.Remove the fuse cover (A) and fuse (B).
2.Fit replacement 13A fuse into fuse cover.
3.Refit both into plug.
Important:
The fuse cover must be refitted when changing a fuse. If the fuse cover
is lost, the plug must not be used until a correct replacement is fitted.
Correct replacements are identified by the colour insert or by the
colour embossed in words on the base of the plug.
Replacement fuse covers are available from your local electrical store.
2) For the Republic of Ireland only
The information given in respect of United Kingdom will frequently
apply, but a third type of plug and socket is also used, the
2-pin type with side earth terminal.
3) Socket outlet / plug (valid for both countries)
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlet, please contact
Whirlpool Service for further instructions. Please do not attempt to
change the plug yourself. This procedure must be carried out by a
qualified Whirlpool technician in compliance with the manufacturer’s
instructions and current safety regulations.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE DRYER
REMINDER - MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Before cleaning or carrying out maintenance, switch off the dryer.
CLEANING THE LINT FILTER
A. Work top
B. Water container
C. Contact pin
D. Door:
To open the door, pull the handle.
To close the door, push gently until closed.
E. Filter
F. Heat exchanger
G. Heat exchanger flap
AFTER EACH DRYING CYCLE
• Clean the lint filter at the end of every drying cycle.
• Empty the water container at the end of each drying
cycle.
EACH MONTH
• Clean the heat exchanger at least every month (see
“Cleaning the heat exchanger” on the next page).
Depending on the model of your dryer, the lint filter can
have different shapes.
Clean the lint filter after every drying cycle, or when the
lint filter indicator lamp lights up, proceeding as follows:
A. Take the lint filter out of the dryer and carefully open
the filter.
B. Carefully remove the complete lint from the lint
screen.
When the lint filter is clean, put it back into the dryer.
Make sure that the lint filter is correctly positioned before
starting the next drying cycle.
A
B
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B
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CLEANING THE HEAT EXCHANGER
Before cleaning or carrying out maintenance, switch off the dryer.
Clean the heat exchanger at least every month, or whenever the heat exchanger indicator lamp
lights up (optional feature, depending on the model of your dryer), proceeding as follows.
A. Open the heat exchanger flap and put it to one side.
B. Turn the two locking bars at the side of the heat exchanger towards the
middle, to the horizontal position, and pull the heat exchanger out.
C. Hold the heat exchanger as shown in the picture. Clean it under running
water by turning it around to reach all sides, especially in front and behind.
Wipe away dust and lint from the heat exchanger seals and plates.
Clean the inside of the heat exchanger plates under running water, from
the front side to the back.
D. Remove the lint from the heat exchanger housing by hand or with a
damp cloth. Clean the entire housing from the back to the front side,
ensuring that all lint is removed.
• Fullyinserttheheatexchangerbackintothehousing(TOPorHAUTmark
upwards)andlockitagainbyturningthelockingbarsbacktotheiroriginalposition.
• Theheatexchangerdoesnotneedtobedrywhenitisreinsertedaftercleaning.
• Insert and latch the flap again. The flap can only be closed if the heat
exchanger is correctly positioned.
• The heat exchanger indicator lamp will switch off automatically when
you start the next drying cycle.
The heat exchanger aluminium plates may become discoloured over time,
depending on the model of your dryer.
A
B
C
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DRAINAGE SYSTEM
For your convenience:
The dryer can be connected directly to the sewage
system of the house to avoid having to empty the
water container after each drying cycle.
Place an absorbent cloth underneath to collect water
spillage.
A. Unplug the hose located at the upper rear part of the
dryer.
B. Remove the hose from the rear protective cover.
C. Connect the hose to the sewage system. The height
difference between the floor where the dryer is
positioned and the sewage system connection should
not exceed 1 m.
Notice: To prevent water siphoning back into the
appliance, the end of the hose must not be immersed in
the drain water. Avoid bending and twisting the hose.
A
B
C
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DOOR REVERSIBILITY
For your convenience:
In case you want to stack the dryer on a washing machine, you can
reverse the door opening direction, to lower the position of the door
handle.
Unplug the dryer.
A. Open the door.
B. Using a spanner, turn the contact pin (B) in the top part of the door
through 90° and pull it out.
C. Remove the door lock:
Unscrew the 2 screws above and below the door lock system.
D. Press the small knob above the door lock system with a small
screwdriver, move the door lock slightly upwards and pull the door lock
towards you with your finger.
E. Reverse the door:
Remove the two screws of the door fixing plate. Fasten the door again
on the desired side with the 2 screws. Take care to tighten the screws
horizontally to avoid pinching off the door seal.
Reposition the door lock:
Insert the door lock on the opposite side of the door fixing plate. Press
it fully into the hole and move it downward slightly, until the small knob
of the door lock system latches in position. Fasten the two screws
above and below the door lock system.
Now reinsert the contact pin on the inside of the door, at the top, by
inserting it and turning it again through 90°.
NOTE: Ideally you should use a Torx T20 type screwdriver to undo
and tighten the screws.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE/
AFTER-SALES SERVICE
In the event that the dryer malfunctions, one of the following failure codes may be displayed.
Depending on the model of your dryer, the failure may be displayed in letters or by different
blinking LEDs.
Failure code LED failure code Check to be carried out by customer before service call
F01 Please call the After-Sales Service.
F02 Please call the After-Sales Service.
F03 Please call the After-Sales Service.
F04 Please call the After-Sales Service.
F05
Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Make sure that the ambient temperature is
between 5°C and 35°C. Wait for 1 hour. Plug the dryer back in and restart it. If the
failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
F06
Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Make sure that the ambient temperature is
between 5°C and 35°C. Wait for 1 hour. Plug the dryer back in and restart it. If the
failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales Service.
F07 Please call the After-Sales Service.
F10 - 15 Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 5 minutes. Plug the dryer back in and restart it. If the failure reoccurs,
please call the After-Sales Service.
F18 Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 1 hour. Plug the dryer back in and restart it. If the failure reoccurs,
please call the After-Sales Service.
F19 Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 5 minutes. Plug the dryer back in and restart it. If the failure reoccurs,
please call the After-Sales Service.
F20 Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 1 hour. Plug the dryer back in and restart it. If the failure reoccurs,
please call the After-Sales Service.
F21 Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 5 minutes. Plug the dryer back in and restart it. If the failure reoccurs,
please call the After-Sales Service.
F22 Turn the dryer OFF and unplug it. Wait for 5 minutes. Plug the dryer back in and restart it. If the failure reoccurs,
please call the After-Sales Service.
Start LED blinks
2 times per
second when
pressed
Make sure that the door is correctly closed and the heat exchanger correctly positioned. If the failure reoccurs,
please call the After-Sales Service.
Heat exchanger
LED blinks 2
timeswhenStart
button is pressed
Make sure that the heat exchanger is correctly positioned. If the failure reoccurs, please call the After-Sales
Service.
LED not blinking LED blinking
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE/
AFTER-SALES SERVICE
If a fault occurs, before contacting our After-
Sales Service, perform the following checks to
try to remedy the problem:
Drying takes too long / laundry is not dry
enough:
• Correct programme selected?
• Laundry too wet (Washing machine spin speed less
than 1000 rpm? When the spin speed is less than
1000 rpm a water container fault may occur during
the drying cycle).
• Lint filter clogged (filter indicator lamp on?)
• Heat exchanger clogged? (refer to the sections
“CLEANING THE LINT FILTER/CLEANING THE
HEAT EXCHANGER”).
• Is the ambient temperature too high?
• END indicator lamps on? The drying cycle is
complete and the laundry can be taken out.
• ‘Gentle’ option selected? The ‘Gentle’ option should
only be selected with small loads.
• Mixed laundry load (for example cotton and
synthetics).
The dryer does not operate:
(after a power failure and/or interruption to the
mains supply, always press the “Start (Pause)”
button).
• Plug connector properly inserted into the mains
electricity socket?
• Power failure?
• Fuse blown?
• Door properly closed?
• Drying programme selected?
• Start delay option selected?
• “Start (Pause)” button activated?
• Indicator lamps are lighting up?
Lint filter, water container or heat exchanger
indicator lamp on:
• Lint filter clean?
• Water container empty?
• Water container correctly positioned?
• Heat exchanger clean and correctly positioned?
Water droplets underneath the dryer:
• Heat exchanger correctly positioned?
• All lint on the heat exchanger seal removed?
• All lint on the door seal removed?
• Water container positioned correctly?
• Dryer levelled?
After-Sales Service
If, after carrying out the above checks, the
malfunction persists or reoccurs, turn the
dryer off and call the After-Sales Service
(refer to warranty).
Please specify:
• 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 lower side of the
door opening.
• Your full address and phone number.

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