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10970 A3 88601 GB Broadsheet
INSTALLATION OF THE DRAIN KIT
Your dryer may be supplied with a drain kit. This can be fitted so that the condensed water can be emptied into a waste-pipe instead of the water bottle in the machine. If a kit is not supplied, one can be obtained from your dealer. 0m m 50mm 60 The illustration shows the minimum space required by the dryer and the position of the waste-pipe within this space and behind the dryer. If a trap is fitted it must not obstruct the air inlet at the back of the dryer. The waste pipe can be positioned on either side of the dryer. If the waste pipe is used by both the dryer and a washing machine then its diameter must be large enough to contain both hoses - 1.5â bore (38mm) minimum. 1. Unscrew the plastic nut J from the connector at the top, rear of the machine. Remove and discard the plastic disc. Keep the rubber washer K. 2. Push the flanged tube L into the connector as shown until the flange is fully seated. 3. Push the free end of the hose through the threaded end of the nut and pull through so that the flange of the plastic elbow, at the other end of the hose is seated against the inside of the nut. 4. Insert the rubber washer K. 5. Screw the nut onto the connector on the back of the machine and position the elbow so that the hose will fit into the wastepipe. Shorten the hose if necessary. Tighten the nut. 6. Move the machine into its working position with the drain hose inserted into the waste pipe.
Push the filter into its operating position as shown in the diagram. If you wish to change the side on which your door opens, see the instructions on the back page. Remove any dust by wiping the drum and door with a damp cloth. Any initial smell from the heater should disappear after the first period of heating.
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Position the tumble dryer so that the plug remains accessible after installation. Do not block the vent at the front of the dryer, as this will impair the working of the machine.
CARE LABELS YOU MAY FIND ON YOUR FABRICS
Suitable for tumble drying Tumble dry using full heat Tumble dry using half heat
A. THE WATER BOTTLE (Behind the pull-down door): Must be emptied after every cycle (except when a drain hose kit is fitted). B. BOTTLE FULL LIGHT: This will light up and the machine will stop if the water bottle is full or if it has not been pushed fully back into the correct position. If the bottle is removed and replaced during the cycle the start button must be pressed to restart the dryer. C. FINAL DRYNESS: Select the desired final dryness of the load with a choice of a dry or extra dry setting. D. START BUTTON: To start the drying cycle. E. NEON (IF âBâ IS NOT FITTED): This neon will light when the dryer has started, and will flash when the programme reaches the anti-creasing stage. There are no Heat or Timer settings on these models. Check care labels inside the garments.
Do not tumble dry
Do not tumble dry woollen or wool mixture articles unless the article is labelled to be suitable due to a possibility of shrinkage. Roll dripping wet articles in a towel to remove excess water. Place delicate articles e.g. tights, scarves, inside a pillowcase. To avoid the need to iron easycare polyester/cotton items it is better to only dry small loads (i.e half fill drum). It is better to dry small and large articles together. We suggest a fabric conditioner to be used to reduce static electricity. Do not overload the dryer or dry large bulky items such as duvets or sleeping bags as it is important that the airflow through the dryer is not obstructed. Do not place items contaminated with inflammable substances in the dryer, such as petrol, cleaning solvents, cooking oil, fat, or hair lacquer. These can cause fires. For the same reason, do not dry rubber, foam rubber, plastic or paper.