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    CONTENTS
    READ INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE!

    INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
    SAFE INSTALLATION AND USE

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    INTENDED USE

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    INSTALLATION

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    DESCRIPTION OF THE DRYER

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    CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

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    CLEANING THE LINT FILTER

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    CLEANING THE HEAT EXCHANGER

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    DRAINAGE SYSTEM

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    DOOR REVERSIBILITY

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    ENERGY SAVING/AUTOMATIC SWITCH-OFF FUNCTION

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    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE/AFTER-SALES SERVICE

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    DISPOSAL

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    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
    INDICATORS AND OPTIONS
    PROGRAMME CHART
    RUNNING A PROGRAMME
    TROUBLESHOOTING / MAINTENANCE
    CONSUMPTION DATA
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    SAFE INSTALLATION AND USE
    To avoid injuries, damages on the dryer and its surrounding area or even a fire,
    you must observe the instructions below.
    Packaging, damages, handling
    • Keep the packaging foil away from children; danger of suffocation.
    • Do not operate the dryer if it has been damaged during transport or later.
    Inform the After-Sales Service.
    • If the dryer was exposed to the cold before delivery, keep it at room
    temperature for a few hours before installation. Cold temperatures can affect
    the proper functioning of electronic parts.
    • Never lift your dryer by holding it on extruding parts (e.g. door) or on the
    worktop; parts might loosen or break and persons might get injured.
    • For lifting the dryer, at least 2 persons are necessary, to avoid accidents.
    Location and surrounding area
    • The dryer is appropriate for indoor use only.
    • Do not install the dryer in rooms with poor ventilation. If you want to install it in a
    small storage room, toilet, bathroom or similar, assure a good ventilation (open
    door, ventilation grid or slot larger than 500 cm²).
    • Do not install the dryer where it will be exposed to extreme temperatures below
    5°C or over 35°C, to avoid malfunction, damages to dryer parts or fire.

    The dryer must be placed with the back towards a wall, to avoid injuries by
    touching the rear panel, which can become hot during the drying process.
    • Do not store flammable fluids near the dryer, to prevent fires.
    • Do not install the dryer behind a lockable door, a sliding door or a door with a
    hinge on the opposite side to the tumble dryer's door, in a way that a full opening
    of the dryer door is restricted.
    • Do not install the dryer on a deep pile carpet, to avoid that the ventilation
    openings are clogged.
    • Do not store flammable fluids near the dryer, to prevent fires.
    • If you must install the dryer next to a gas or coal stove, you must fix a heat
    insulating plate (85 x 57 cm) between dryer and stove; the plate's side pointing
    towards the oven must be covered with aluminium foil, to protect the dryer
    against high temperatures.
    • Built-in installation of the tumble dryer is not permitted.
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    • If you want to install the dryer under a worktop, make sure that a ventilation grid
    (minimum 45 x 8 cm) is inserted in the rear part of the worktop where the dryer
    will be installed, to assure sufficient ventilation.

    Stacking on a washing machine
    • If you want to place the dryer on top of your washing
    machine, first contact our After-Sales Service or your specialist
    dealer to verify if this is possible. Stacking of a dryer is only
    admitted if the dryer and your washing machine are
    compatible, and if an appropriate stacking kit is available
    through our After-Sales Service or your specialist dealer by
    which the dryer can be safely fixed on the washing machine.
    Electrical connection
    • The dryer must only be connected to an earthed socket
    which is in compliance with the current safety regulations
    and which is appropriate for the values regarding
    voltage, power consumption and protection
    requirements as they are indicated on the rating plate on
    the rear of the dryer.
    • Do not use extension leads, extension leads with multiple sockets, or
    adapters; they might cause a fire by overheating. If you need a longer mains
    cable, contact our After-Sales Service.
    • After installation, access to the mains plug or to disconnection from mains
    supply by a double-pole switch must be ensured at all times, to make sure
    the dryer can be separated immediately from the mains supply.
    • For unplugging the dryer, do not pull the mains cable, to avoid damaging it.
    Never touch the mains plug with wet hands, to avoid an electrical shock.
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    • Do not trap the mains cable between the dryer and the wall, to prevent
    damages on the cable.
    • Do not operate the dryer if the mains cable or plug shows damages.
    • Before doing any maintenance on the dryer, disconnect it from the mains
    supply, to avoid dangers.
    • If necessary, the mains cable can be replaced; the replacement must only be
    done by our After-Sales Service or by a qualified technician, to avoid
    dangers.
    • When using a residual current circuit breaker (RCCB), only use a model
    marked with
    Children and handicapped people
    • Children must not play with the dryer
    • Children younger than 3 years should be kept away from the dryer, unless
    they are continuously supervised.
    • The dryer can be operated by children from the age of 8 years up, as well as
    by people with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
    experience and knowledge, provided they are supervised or instructed
    regarding the safe use of the dryer and they understand the dangers
    resulting from the use.
    • Care and maintenance works on the dryer must not be done by children
    without being supervised.
    • Ensure that children and small animals cannot get into the drum.







    Safe operation/minimizing the risk of a fire
    Do not tumble dry laundry containing oil, to prevent a fire. Oil-bearing items
    can ignite spontaneously, especially when they are exposed to heat sources
    as in a tumble dryer. The items would 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.
    Do not tumble dry unwashed laundry in the tumble dryer.
    Laundry items that have been soiled with substances such as cooking oil,
    acetone, alcohol, benzene, petroleum, kerosene, stain removers, turpentine,
    wax or wax removers must be washed in hot water, with an extra amount of
    detergent, before being dried in the tumble dryer.
    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.
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    Remove all objects from pockets such as lighters and matches.
    Do not use flammable cleaning agents.
    Do not use the tumble dryer if chemicals have been used for cleaning.
    Fabric softeners or similar products must be used as specified by the fabric
    softener instructions.
    Never stop the 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 phase of a drying cycle always occurs without heat (cool down phase),
    to ensure that the laundry items are left at a temperature which does not
    cause damage to the laundry.
    Clean the door filter after each drying cycle (see paragraph CLEANING THE
    DOOR FILTER).
    Keep the surrounding area of the dryer free from lint.
    Always set the programme knob to the Off-position “O” after programme
    end, to reduce the risk that the dryer might be started accidentally.
    Drying clothes with buckles or using dryer balls may impact the surface of
    the drum.

    Maintenance
    • Before doing any maintenance, switch off the dryer and disconnect it from
    the mains supply.
    • Never use flammable fluids for cleaning the dryer.
    • Do not use detergents containing solvents, scouring powder, glass or
    general purpose cleaners. They might harm the surfaces.
    Repairs and spare parts
    • Repairs must only be done by our After-Sales service. Improper repairing can
    lead to unpredictable dangers for the user and to damages on the dryer and
    will moreover cause the loss of the guarantee.
    • For repairs, only original spare parts are admitted, to assure proper
    functioning of the dryer.
    • For dryer models with drum light: Replacing the light bulb must only be
    carried out by our After-Sales Service.

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    INTENDED USE
    This appliance is destined to dry laundry which is marked to be appropriate for
    being treated in a dryer, in quantities which are usual for private households.
    • Observe the instructions given in these Instructions for Use and in the Quick
    Reference Guide when using the dryer.
    • Keep these Instructions for Use and the Quick Reference Guide; if you pass
    on the dryer to another person, also give him/her Instructions for Use and
    Quick Reference Guide.

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    INSTALLATION
    For installing your dryer, you must observe the instructions of chapter SAFE INSTALLATION AND USE.
    • Carefully level the dryer by adjusting the four feet; check the correct leveling with a level.
    • Before running the first drying cycle, ensure that the water container is fully pushed inside and that
    the bottom filter is correctly positioned (see chapter DESCRIPTION OF THE DRYER).
    • Also make sure that all hoses of the drainage system are connected as shown in the picture below.

    If possible you can 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 (see chapter DRAINAGE SYSTEM).

    Electrical connection for Great Britain/Ireland
    1) For Great Britain only
    Warning – this appliance must be earthed
    Fuse replacement
    If the mains lead of this appliance is fitted with a BS 1 363A 13 amp
    fused plug, to change a fuse in this type of plug use an A.S.T.A.
    approved fuse to BS 1 362 type and proceed as follows:
    1. Remove the fuse cover (A) and fuse (B).
    2. Fit replacement 13A fuse into fuse cover.
    3. Reinstall both into plug.
    Important:
    The fuse cover must be reinstalled when changing a fuse and if the
    fuse cover is lost, plug must not be used until a correct replacement is installed.
    Correct replacements are identified by the color insert or the color 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 Great Britain will frequently apply, but a third type of plug and
    socket is also used, the 2-pin, side earth type.
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    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
    instruction.
    Please do not attempt to change plug yourself. This procedure needs to be carried out by a qualified
    Whirlpool technician in compliance with the manufactures instructions and current standard safety
    regulations.

    DESCRIPTION OF THE DRYER
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.

    Work top
    Water container
    Contact pin
    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

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    CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
    Before any cleaning or maintenance, switch off the dryer.
    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).

    Cleaning the lint filter
    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. Remove the completed laundry out of the dryer
    before removing the lint filter.
    B. Take the lint filter out of the dryer and carefully
    open the filter.
    C. Carefully remove the complete lint from the lint
    screen.
    D. If the mesh is clogged and cannot be cleaned by
    hand, run the filter under water and scrub with a
    soft brush.
    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.

    B

    B

    C

    C

    NOTE:
    Be aware that the lint filter is always correctly positioned when laundry is put into the drum or is taken
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    Cleaning the heat exchanger
    Before any cleaning or maintenance, switch off the dryer.
    Clean the heat exchanger at least every month, or whenever the heat exchanger indicator lamp
    lights up (if available on your model), proceeding as follows.
    A. Open the heat exchanger flap.

    A
    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.

    B
    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.

    C
    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.

    D


    Fully insert the heat exchanger back into the housing (TOP or
    HAUT mark upwards) and lock it again by turning the locking
    bars back to their original position.
    • The heat exchanger does not need to be dry when it is
    reinserted after cleaning.
    • 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.
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    DRAINAGE SYSTEM
    For your convenience:
    The dryer can be connected directly to the sewage system of the house to avoid the emptying of
    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 white hose from the hose fixation.

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    C. Fix the hose to the sewage system. The height difference between the floor where the dryer stands
    on and the connection at the sewage system should not exceed 1 m.

    max. 1 m

    NOTE: To avoid siphoning, the end of the hose must not be immersed in the drain water. Avoid
    bending and twisting the hose.

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    DOOR REVERSIBILITY
    For your convenience:

    A

    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 in the top part of the
    door through 90° and pull it out.

    B

    C. Removing 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 a little bit upwards and pull
    the door lock towards you with your finger.

    C
    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.
    Repositioning of 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 downwards 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 re-insert the contact pin on the inside of the door, at the
    top, by inserting it and turning it again through 90°.

    D

    NOTE:
    Use a Torx T20 type screwdriver to undo and tighten the screws.

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    ENERGY SAVING
    For Dryers with Energy Label according to Directive 2010/30/EU
    The Energy Label contains information on performance and consumption of your dryer:

    The bold black arrow marks the energy
    efficiency class (A+++ = most efficient /
    D = least efficient).

    Power consumption per year

    Type of dryer

    Maximum load capacity

    Drying time

    Noise level drying

    Condensation efficiency

    Automatic switch-off function
    Your dryer is designed to save energy. For that reason, the dryer will switch off automatically a short time after
    programme end.
    When a programme is selected but not yet started, the dryer will switch off after a few minutes.
    To switch the dryer on again, turn the programme selector to "Off / O" and afterwards to the desired programme
    again.

    Energy saving tips



    The programme which is the most energy-efficient for drying normal wet cotton laundry is
    specified in the separate Quick Reference Guide; it is the reference programme for the Energy Label.
    Your dryer is designed to save energy. After the end of a programme the dryer will therefore switch
    off after a short time. When a programme is selected but not yet started, the dryer will switch off
    after a few minutes.
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    Always dry a full load: depending on the type of laundry and the programme/drying time. For
    detailed information, refer to the separate Quick Reference Guide.
    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 door filter after every drying cycle.
    Clean the bottom filter after every fifth drying cycle.
    Place your dryer in a room with a temperature between 15 °C and 20 °C. In case of higher
    temperature, ventilate the room, e.g. open 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 with small loads.
    When drying cotton, 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.

    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?
    • Inserted laundry too wet (Washing machine spin speed less than 800 rpm? When the spinning
    speed is less than 800 rpm the water container fault may occur during the drying cycle)?
    • Door 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).
    • Dryer automatically switched off for energy saving? See paragraph “Automatic switch-off function”.
    • 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?

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    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?
    • Any 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 appears again, turn the dryer
    off and call the After-Sales Service (refer to guarantee).
    Please indicate:
    • 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.

    Manufacturer:
    Whirlpool Europe s.r.l.
    Viale Guido Borghi 27
    21025 Comerio (VA)
    Italy
    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.

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    DISPOSAL


    This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and
    Electronic Equipment (WEEE).



    By ensuring 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.

    Packing


    The packing 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 disposing, 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 may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall 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 office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you
    purchased the product.

    B-05/2014
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