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Table of contents 1 Safety ............................................  4 1.1 General information.................... 4 1.2 Intended use............................... 4 1.3 Restriction on user group........... 4 1.4 Safe installation .......................... 5 1.5 Safe use ..................................... 7 1.6 Safe cleaning and mainten-

ance............................................ 9

2 Preventing material damage .....  11

3 Environmental protection and saving energy.............................  11

3.1 Disposing of packaging ........... 11 3.2 Saving energy........................... 11 3.3 Energy saving mode ................ 12

4 Installation and connection.......  12 4.1 Unpacking the appliance ......... 12 4.2 Scope of delivery...................... 12 4.3 Requirements for the install-

ation location ............................ 13 4.4 Water drain hose...................... 13 4.5 Aligning the appliance.............. 16 4.6 Connecting the appliance to

the electricity supply................. 16

5 Familiarising yourself with your appliance............................  17

5.1 Appliance ................................. 17 5.2 Control panel............................ 18

6 Display ........................................  19

7 Buttons .......................................  22

8 Dryness level..............................  25 8.1 Changing the dryness level...... 25 8.2 Adjusting the dryness level ...... 25

9 Programmes...............................  26 9.1 Automatic programmes............ 26 9.2 Timed programmes.................. 27

10 Accessories..............................  29

11 Laundry.....................................  30 11.1 Preparing the laundry............. 30

12 Basic operation ........................  30 12.1 Switching on the appliance .... 30 12.2 Setting a programme ............. 30 12.3 Loading laundry...................... 30 12.4 Starting the programme ......... 31 12.5 Adding laundry ....................... 31 12.6 Cancelling the programme .... 31 12.7 Unloading the laundry ............ 31 12.8 Switching off the appliance .... 31 12.9 Fluff filter ................................. 31 12.10 Condensation container ....... 33

13 Childproof lock.........................  34 13.1 Activating the childproof

lock......................................... 34 13.2 Deactivating the childproof

lock......................................... 34

14 Basic settings...........................  35 14.1 Overview of the basic set-

tings........................................ 35 14.2 Changing the basic set-

tings........................................ 36

15 Appliance care .........................  36 15.1 Preparing the appliance for

the appliance care pro- gramme ................................. 36

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15.2 Preparing the condensation container for the appliance care programme..................... 37

15.3 Starting the appliance care programme............................. 37

15.4 Running the basic appli- ance care programme on the appliance.......................... 37

15.5 Preparing the appliance for the intensive appliance care programme..................... 39

15.6 Running the intensive appli- ance care programme ........... 39

15.7 Ending the intensive appli- ance care programme ........... 41

16 Cleaning and servicing............  42 16.1 Tips on cleaning and care ..... 42 16.2 Moisture sensor...................... 42 16.3 Condensation container fil-

ter ........................................... 43

17 Troubleshooting.......................  44

18 Transportation, storage and disposal ....................................  49

18.1 Preparing the appliance for transportation ......................... 49

18.2 Disposing of old appliance .... 49

19 Customer Service.....................  50 19.1 Product number (E-Nr.) and

production number (FD)......... 50

20 Consumption values................  51

21 Technical data ..........................  52

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1Safety

Observe the following safety instructions.

1.1General information

Read this instruction manual carefully. Keep the instruction manual and the product information safe

for future reference or for the next owner. Do not connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transit.

1.2Intended use Only use this appliance: For drying and freshening up fabrics that are washed with water

and suitable for dryers. In private households and in enclosed spaces in a domestic en-

vironment. Up to an altitude of max. 4000 m above sea level.

1.3Restriction on user group This appliance may be used by children aged 8 or over and by people who have reduced physical, sensory or mental abilities or inadequate experience and/or knowledge, provided that they are supervised or have been instructed on how to use the appliance safely and have understood the resulting dangers. Do not let children play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance must not be performed by chil- dren unless they are being supervised. Keep children under the age of 3 years and pets away from the appliance.

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1.4Safe installation Take note of the safety instructions when installing the appliance.

WARNING  Risk of electric shock! Incorrect installation is dangerous. Connect and operate the appliance only in accordance with the

specifications on the rating plate. Connect the appliance to a power supply with alternating cur-

rent only via a properly installed socket with earthing. The protective conductor system of the domestic electrical in-

stallation must be properly installed. The installation must have a sufficiently large cross section. When using a residual current circuit breaker, only use a type

with the mark. Never equip the appliance with an external switching device,

e.g. a timer or remote control. Never connect the appliance to a circuit that is regularly

switched on and off by the energy supplier. When the appliance is installed, the mains plug of the power

cord must be freely accessible. If free access is not possible, an all-pole isolating switch must be installed in the permanent elec- trical installation according to the installation regulations. When installing the appliance, check that the power cable is not

trapped or damaged. If the insulation of the power cord is damaged, this is dangerous. Never let the power cord come into contact with hot appliance

parts or heat sources. Never let the power cord come into contact with sharp points or

edges. Never kink, crush or modify the power cord.

WARNING  Risk of fire! It is dangerous to use an extended power cord and non-approved adapters. Do not use extension cables or multiple socket strips. Only use adapters and power cords approved by the manufac-

turer.

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If the power cord is too short and a longer one is not available, please contact an electrician to have the domestic installation adapted.

WARNING  Risk of injury! The high weight of the appliance may result in injury when lifted. Do not lift the appliance on your own. If this appliance is not correctly installed in a washer-dryer stack, the installed appliance may fall. Only stack the dryer on a washing machine using the connec-

tion kit from the dryer manufacturer  "Accessories", Page 29. No other installation method is per- mitted. Do not install the appliance in a washer-dryer stack if the dryer

manufacturer does not offer a suitable connection kit. Do not install appliances from different manufacturers and with

varying depths and widths in a washer-dryer stack. Do not install a washer-dryer stack on a platform; the appli-

ances may tip over.

WARNING  Risk of suffocation! Children may put packaging material over their heads or wrap themselves up in it and suffocate. Keep packaging material away from children. Do not let children play with packaging material.

CAUTION  Risk of injury! The appliance may vibrate or move when in use. Place the appliance on a clean, even, solid surface. Align the appliance using the appliance feet and a spirit level. If hoses and power cords have been laid incorrectly, this causes a tripping hazard. Lay hoses and power cords in such a way that there is no risk

of tripping. If the appliance is moved by holding onto protruding components, such as the appliance door, the parts may break off. Do not move the appliance by holding onto protruding parts.

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CAUTION  Risk of cutting! Touching sharp edges on the appliance may lead to cuts. Do not touch the sharp edges on the appliance. Wear protective gloves when installing and transporting the ap-

pliance.

1.5Safe use

WARNING  Risk of electric shock! If the appliance or the power cord is damaged, this is dangerous. Never operate a damaged appliance. Never pull on the power cord to unplug the appliance. Always

unplug the appliance at the mains. If the appliance or the power cord is damaged, immediately un-

plug the power cord or switch off the fuse in the fuse box. Call customer services.  Page 50 An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. Only use the appliance in enclosed spaces. Never expose the appliance to intense heat or humidity. Do not use steam- or high-pressure cleaners, hoses or sprays

to clean the appliance.

WARNING  Risk of harm to health! Children can lock themselves in the appliance, thereby putting their lives at risk. Do not install the appliance behind a door as this may obstruct

the appliance door or prevent it from opening. With redundant appliances, unplug the power cord. Then cut

through the cord and damage the lock on the appliance door beyond repair so that the appliance door will no longer close.

WARNING  Risk of suffocation! Children may breathe in or swallow small parts, causing them to suffocate. Keep small parts away from children. Do not let children play with small parts.

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WARNING  Risk of explosion! If there is coal dust or flour in the air around the appliance, this may cause an explosion. Keep the area around the appliance clean during operation.

WARNING  Risk of poisoning! Condensation water from this appliance is not suitable for drinking and may be contaminated with fluff. Do not drink or reuse the condensation water from the appli-

ance. Detergents and care products may result in poisoning if con- sumed. If accidentally swallowed, seek medical advice. Keep detergents and care products out of the reach of children.

WARNING  Risk of fire! The refrigerant R290 in this appliance is environmentally friendly yet combustible and may ignite if it comes into contact with open flames or ignition sources. Keep naked flames and ignition sources away from the appli-

ance.

WARNING  Risk of explosion! If there is any residual material left in the fluff filter, this may ignite during the drying process. Clean the fluff filter regularly. Highly flammable objects such as lighters or matches may ignite during the drying process. Remove all highly flammable objects from any pockets in your

laundry before the drying process. Unwashed laundry that has come into contact with solvents, oil, wax, wax remover, paint, grease or stain remover may ignite when drying is in progress. Do not place laundry in this appliance to be dried if the laundry

has not been washed first.

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Rinse the laundry thoroughly with warm water and detergent be- fore drying it in the machine. Do not use the appliance if industrial chemicals have been used

to clean the laundry beforehand.

WARNING  Risk of fire! If drying is interrupted early, the laundry is not cooled sufficiently and may ignite. Do not interrupt the drying programme early. If drying is interrupted early, remove the laundry immediately

and spread it out.

CAUTION  Risk of injury! The covering plate may break if you stand on or climb onto the appliance. Do not stand on or climb onto the appliance. The appliance may tip over if you sit on or lean against the open door. Do not sit on or lean against the appliance door. Do not place any objects on the appliance door. Reaching into the drum while it is still turning may cause hand in- juries. Wait for the drum to come to a complete stop before reaching

inside.

1.6Safe cleaning and maintenance Take note of the safety instructions when cleaning and performing maintenance work on the appliance.

WARNING  Risk of electric shock! Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained

specialist staff. Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance. If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be re-

placed by the manufacturer, the manufacturer's Customer Ser- vice or a similarly qualified person in order to prevent any risk.

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An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. Do not use steam- or high-pressure cleaners, hoses or sprays

to clean the appliance.

WARNING  Risk of injury! The use of non-original spare parts and non-original accessories is dangerous. Only use the manufacturer's original spare parts and original ac-

cessories.

WARNING  Risk of poisoning! Poisonous fumes may be given off if you use cleaning agents that contain solvents. Do not use cleaning agents that contain solvents.

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2Preventing material damage

Follow these instructions to avoid ma- terial damage and damage to the ap- pliance.

ATTENTION! The functionality of the appliance may be impaired if you use the wrong quantity of fabric softener, de- tergent, care product or cleaning agent. Follow the dosage recommenda-

tions from the manufacturer. Exceeding the maximum load capa- city impairs the function of the appli- ance. Observe the maximum load capa-

city for each programme and do not exceed it.  "Programmes", Page 26

The function of the appliance may be impaired if the appliance overheats. During operation, keep the air inlet

on the appliance clear. Make sure that the area is ad-

equately ventilated. Light objects such as hair and fluff may be sucked into the air inlet on the appliance during operation and impair the function of the appliance. Keep the area around the appli-

ance clean during operation. Keep light objects away from the

appliance. Foam and foam rubber may deform or melt during the drying process. Do not dry laundry that contains

foam or foam rubber. Unsuitable cleaning products may damage the surfaces of the appli- ance. Do not use harsh or abrasive de-

tergents. Do not use cleaning products with

a high alcohol content.

Do not use hard scouring pads or cleaning sponges.

Clean the appliance with nothing but water and a soft, damp cloth.

Remove all detergent residue, spray residue or other residues im- mediately if they come into contact with the appliance.

3Environmental protec- tion and saving energy

3.1Disposing of packaging The packaging materials are environ- mentally compatible and can be re- cycled. Sort the individual components by

type and dispose of them separ- ately.

3.2Saving energy If you follow these instructions, your appliance will use less power.

Operate the appliance in a well-vent- ilated room and keep the air inlet on the appliance clear. a If air exchange is impeded, this ex-

tends the programme duration and increases energy consumption.

Spin the laundry in the washing ma- chine before drying. a If the laundry is excessively damp,

this extends the programme dura- tion and increases energy con- sumption.

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Observe the programme's maximum load capacity.  "Programmes", Page 26 a If the maximum load is exceeded,

this extends the programme dura- tion and increases energy con- sumption.

After drying, clean the fluff filter  Page 31. a If the fluff filter is dirty, this reduces

the air flow in the appliance, ex- tends the programme duration and increases energy consumption.

3.3Energy saving mode If you do not use the appliance for an extended period, it automatically switches to energy-saving mode. All displays go out and Start/ Reload flashes. Energy-saving mode ends when you use the appliance again.

4Installation and con- nection

4.1Unpacking the appliance

ATTENTION! Objects remaining in the drum that are not designed for operation with the appliance may cause material damage and damage to the appli- ance. Remove these objects, along with

all supplied accessories, from the drum before starting the appliance.

1. Remove any packaging and pro- tective covers completely from the appliance.  "Disposing of packaging", Page 11

2. Check the appliance for visible damage.

3. Open the appliance door.  "Basic operation", Page 30

4. Remove any accessories from the drum.

5. Close the appliance door.

4.2Scope of delivery After unpacking all parts, check for any damage in transit and complete- ness of the delivery.

ATTENTION! If the appliance is operated with in- complete or defective accessories, the appliance may not be able to op- erate properly, or this may result in material damage or damage to the appliance. Do not operate the appliance with

incomplete or defective accessor- ies.

Replace the accessories in ques- tion before operating the appli- ance.  "Accessories", Page 29

Included with the appliance

Description

Tumble dryer

Accompanying documents

Water drain hose with connection adapter, fixing material and el- bow.  "Water drain hose", Page 13

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4.3Requirements for the in- stallation location

ATTENTION! If the appliance is tilted at an angle greater than 40, residual water may leak out of the appliance and cause material damage. Tilt the appliance carefully. Transport the appliance in an up-

right position. If residual water in the appliance freezes, this may cause damage to the appliance. Do not install or operate this appli-

ance anywhere that is liable to ex- perience frost or outdoors.

If the appliance is operated immedi- ately after transportation, the refriger- ant contained in the appliance may result in damage to the appliance. Immediately after transporting the

appliance, leave it to rest for two hours before putting it into opera- tion.

Installation loca- tion

Requirements

On the floor Place the appli- ance on a clean, level and firm surface. Align the appli- ance  Page 16.

Installation loca- tion

Requirements

In a washer-dryer stack

Only use the ori- ginal connection set from the dryer manufac- turer when set- ting up this appli- ance in a washer-dryer stack.  "Accessories", Page 29

 "Accessories", Page 29 This appliance must only be stacked on a washing machine from the same manufacturer. The depth and width of this ap- pliance must cor- respond with the dimensions of the washing ma- chine. Do not place the washer-dryer stack on a plat- form.

Against a wall Do not trap the hoses between the wall and the appliance.

4.4Water drain hose Condensation forms during drying, which your appliance uses for auto- matic cleaning. Use the water drain

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hose to drain away excess condens- ation directly into the waste water system. Notes Operate this appliance using the

water drain hose provided. If you connect the water drain hose  Page 14, you do not have to regularly empty the condensation container  Page 33.

You can order this optional  "Accessories", Page 29 from our customer service.

Connecting the water drain hose If you do not want to regularly empty the appliance's condensation con- tainer, connect the water drain hose.

ATTENTION! When operating the appliance without the water drain hose being connected properly, liquid may leak out of the connecting piece. Before operating the appliance,

connect the water drain hose prop- erly to the connecting piece.

Requirements The appliance and the accessory

have been unpacked.  "Unpacking the appliance", Page 12

The appliance is installed at the in- stallation location.  "Requirements for the installa- tion location", Page 13

1. Pull out the condensation hose from the connecting piece.

The condensation hose is connec- ted to the connecting piece at the factory. Note: When removing the con- densation hose, liquid may leak out of the connecting piece.

2. Push the condensation hose into the holder.

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3. Push the water drain hose as far as it will go into the connecting piece.

4. Empty the condensation container  Page 33.

5. Remove the stopper on the under- side.

6. Insert the stopper into the recess in the top.

7. Insert the condensation container  Page 34.

8. Connect the appliance to the water outlet.  "Water outlet connection types", Page 15

Tip: To collect condensation in the condensation container again (e. g. if you change where the appliance is located), carry out these steps in re- verse order.

Water outlet connection types

ATTENTION! In the event of a blocked or covered outlet, accumulated wastewater can flow back into the appliance. Before operating the appliance, en-

sure that the wastewater drains away quickly and eliminate any blockages.

Drainage into a siphon.

Secure the con- nection point with a (12-22 mm) hose clamp. Secure the water drain hose with a hose guide at a height of at least 80 cm and no more than 100 cm.

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Note: You can use the Y-distrib- utor  Page 29 to connect the water drain hose of an additional appliance, such as a washing machine, to the same siphon out- let.

Drainage into a wash basin.

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Push the water drain hose fully through the and secure it using fixing material. Secure the elbow at a height of no more than 100 cm.

Drainage into a gully.

Push the water drain hose fully through the and secure it using fixing material. Secure the elbow to the gully.

4.5Aligning the appliance In order to reduce vibrations and noises, align the appliance correctly. To align the appliance, turn the ap-

pliance feet. Check that the appli- ance is level using a spirit level.

All appliance feet must stand firmly on the ground.

4.6Connecting the appliance to the electricity supply

1. Insert the mains plug of the appli- ance's power cable in a socket nearby. The connection details of the appli- ance can be found under Tech- nical data  Page 52.

2. Check the mains plug is inserted properly.

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5Familiarising yourself with your appliance

5.1Appliance You can find an overview of the parts of your appliance here.

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On certain models, specific details such as the colour and shape may differ from those pictured.

1 Air inlet

2 Fluff filter  Page 31

3 Door

4 Condensation container  Page 33

5 Control panel  Page 18

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5.2Control panel You can use the control panel to configure all functions of your appliance and to obtain information about the operating status.

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1 Programmes  Page 26

2 Programme selector  Page 30

3 Display  Page 19

4 Buttons  Page 22

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6Display The display shows the current settings, options or relevant information.

Example: Display

Display Designation Description 0:40 1 Programme dura-

tion/programme time remaining

Approximate expected programme dura- tion or programme time remaining.

1:25 Timed programme The timed programme is set.  "Timed programmes", Page 27

9,0 kg1 Recommended load

The maximum load capacity for the selec- ted programme in kg.

0:45 1 "Ready in" time  "Buttons", Page 24 Childproof lock lights up: The childproof lock is activ-

ated. flashes: The childproof lock is activated

and the appliance has been operated.  "Deactivating the childproof lock", Page 34

(Start/Re- load)

Start/Pause Start, cancel or pause Lights up: The programme is running

and can be cancelled or paused. Flashes: The programme can be star-

ted or continued. 1 Example

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Display Designation Description (Iron Dry) Dryness level: Iron

Dry The dryness level is activated.  "Buttons", Page 23

(Cupboard Dry)

Dryness level: Cupboard Dry

The dryness level is activated.  "Buttons", Page 23

(Cupboard Dry Plus)

Dryness level: Cupboard Dry Plus

The dryness level is activated.  "Buttons", Page 22

+1 +2 +3

Dryness level ad- justed

The adjusted dryness level is activated.  "Buttons", Page 22

 "Buttons", Page 23

 "Buttons", Page 23 (Reduced

Ironing) Crease-reduction function

The crease-reduction function is activated.  "Buttons", Page 23

(Low Heat) Gentle drying Gentle drying is activated for delicate fab- rics.  "Buttons", Page 23

4.5 kg (Half Load)

Half load Half load is activated.  "Buttons", Page 24

(Mute) Quiet drying Quiet drying with no audible signals is ac- tivated.  "Buttons", Page 24

Condensation container

Empty the condensation container  Page 33. Insert the condensation container  Page 34.

Fluff filter Clean the fluff filter  Page 31. CrE Basic appliance

care programme Run the basic appliance care programme.  "Running the basic appliance care pro- gramme on the appliance", Page 37

Hot Cooling process The laundry is cooled while the drum is rotating, in order to avoid damage to the laundry. The process can be cancelled by opening the door. Note: Do not change the programme.

Automatic self- cleaning

The automatic self-cleaning function rinses the appliance's heat exchanger. Note: Do not remove the condensation container and do not interrupt the pro- gramme.

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Display Designation Description Drying Programme status Dryness level: Iron

Dry Programme status

Dryness level: Cupboard Dry

Programme status

Anti-crease Programme status (Start/ Re-

load) Pause Programme status

End End of pro- gramme

Programme status

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7Buttons Below is an overview of the buttons and their setting options.

Button Selection Description Start/ Reload Start

Cancel Pause

Start, cancel or pause the programme.

3 sec. Activate Deactivate

Activate or deactivate the childproof lock. Disable the control panel to prevent unwanted or accidental operation. If the childproof lock is activated and the appli- ance has been switched off, the childproof lock remains activated.  "Childproof lock", Page 34

Cupboard Dry Plus Cupboard Dry Plus +1 +2 +3

Selecting Cupboard Dry Plus activates the dryness level. The dryness level defines how damp or dry the laundry is after the programme ends.  "Dryness level", Page 25

The dryness level can be adjusted by select- ing +1 , +2 or +3 .  "Adjusting the dry- ness level", Page 25

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Button Selection Description Cupboard Dry Cupboard Dry

+1 +2 +3

Selecting Cupboard Dry activates the dry- ness level. The dryness level defines how damp or dry the laundry is after the programme ends.  "Dryness level", Page 25

The dryness level can be adjusted by select- ing +1 , +2 or +3 .  "Adjusting the dry- ness level", Page 25

Iron Dry Iron Dry +1 +2 +3

Selecting Iron Dry ac- tivates the dryness level. The dryness level defines how damp or dry the laundry is after the programme ends.  "Dryness level", Page 25

The dryness level can be adjusted by select- ing +1 , +2 or +3 .  "Adjusting the dry- ness level", Page 25

Reduced Ironing Activate Deactivate

Activate or deactivate the crease-reduction func- tion. Once the programme has ended, the drum moves the laundry at regular intervals for 60 minutes to prevent creasing.

Low Heat Activate Deactivate

Activate or deactivate gentle drying. The temperature is re- duced for delicate fab- rics, e.g. polyacrylic or elastane. The programme duration is extended.

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Button Selection Description Finish in Programme end

Programme length Set the programme

end. The programme dura- tion is already in- cluded in the set num- ber of hours. Once the programme has started, the pro- gramme duration is displayed.

Set the programme duration for timed pro- grammes.  "Timed pro- grammes", Page 27

Mute Activate Deactivate

Activate or deactivate the audible signal after the programme ends.

Half Load Activate Deactivate

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8Dryness level Each automatic programme has a specified dryness level. The dryness level defines how dry or damp your laundry is after the programme ends.

Dryness level Laundry Drying result Cupboard Dry Plus

Multi-layered, thick laundry that does not dry readily.

The laundry is dry.

Cupboard Dry

Normal, single-layered laundry.

The laundry is dry.

Iron Dry Normal, single-layered laundry

The laundry is still a little damp after drying. To prevent creasing after drying, iron the laundry or hang it up.

8.1Changing the dryness level

For some automatic programmes, you can change the dryness level so that your laundry will be drier or more damp. 1. Set an automatic programme.

 "Automatic programmes", Page 26

a The display shows the specified dryness level.

2. Press Cupboard Dry , Cupboard Dry Plus or Iron Dry .

a The display shows: (Cupboard Dry), (Cupboard Dry Plus) or (Iron Dry)

8.2Adjusting the dryness level

If the laundry feels too damp after it has been dried to a particular dry- ness level, you can adjust the dry- ness level. 1. Set an automatic programme.

 "Automatic programmes", Page 26

a The display shows the specified dryness level.

2. Press Cupboard Dry Plus , Cup- board Dry or Iron Dry .

a The display shows: "+1" , "+2" or "+3" .

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9Programmes You can dry your fabrics using either an automatic programme or a timed pro- gramme.

9.1Automatic programmes Automatic programmes are pro- grammes in which humidity sensors measure the residual moisture in the laundry during the drying cycle. The programme only ends once the set dryness level is reached. Each automatic programme has a dryness level  Page 25. The dry- ness level defines how dry or damp the laundry is after the programme ends.

Tips Select the dryness level according

to the type of fabric or the desired drying result.  "Dryness level", Page 25

The laundry's care labels provide you with additional information about programme selection.

Programme Description Max. load (kg)

Cottons Dry hard-wearing, heat-resistant fabrics made of cotton or linen.

9,0

Cottons Eco Dry hard-wearing, heat-resistant fabrics made of cotton or linen. Energy-saving programme.

9,0

Easy Care Dry items made of synthetic materials or blended fabrics.

3.5

Mixed Load Dry items made of cotton and synthetics. 3.0 Duvet Dry clothing, pillows, quilts or bedspreads

filled with synthetic fibres. Note: Dry large items of laundry, blankets or pillows individually.

2.5

Delicates Dry delicate items made of satin, synthet- ics or blended fabrics.

2.0

Down Wear Dry clothing, bedspreads or eiderdowns stuffed with down. Notes Dry large items of laundry, such as

blankets or sleeping bags individually. Once the programme has ended, shake

the items of laundry to distribute the stuffing and eliminate any pockets of moisture.

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Programme Description Max. load (kg)

Hygiene Plus Dry hard-wearing, heat-resistant fabrics made of cotton or linen. Note: Particularly suitable for strict hy- giene requirements.

4.0

Sportswear Dry self-drying sportswear made of per- formance fibres, microfibres and synthet- ics.

1.5

Shirts Suitable for shirts and blouses made of cotton, linen, synthetics or blended fab- rics. Note: For optimal drying results, dry a maximum of 5 shirts or 5 blouses at the same time. Once the laundry is dry, iron it or hang it up. The residual moisture is then distrib- uted evenly.

1.5

Super Quick 40' Dry items made of synthetics and light cotton.

2.0

Towels Dry hard-wearing, heat-resistant towels and dressing gowns made of cotton or linen.

6.0

9.2Timed programmes Timed programmes are programmes with a defined or adjustable programme duration. The programme ends once this time has elapsed, even if the laundry is still not dry, for example. Timed programmes are suitable for drying individual items of laundry or thin fabrics. Tip: The laundry's care labels provide you with additional information about pro- gramme selection.

Timed program Description Max. load (kg)

Wool Finish Dry machine-washable items made of wool or containing wool. Note: The laundry becomes fluffier but not dry. Remove laundry once the programme has ended and allow it to dry.

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Timed program Description Max. load (kg)

Timed Program Warm Dry all types of fabric except for wool and silk. Suitable for pre-dried or slightly damp laundry and for drying off multi-layered, thick laundry.

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10Accessories Use original accessories. These have been made especially for your appli- ance. Note: Some accessories are avail- able in other colours. Contact  "Customer Service", Page 50.

Use Order number Connection kit To save space, stack the

appliance on a suitable washing machine of the same width and depth and that is from the same manufacturer.

WTZ27410

Connection kit with pull- out worktop

To save space, stack the appliance on a suitable washing machine of the same width and depth and that is from the same manufacturer. The pull-out worktop makes it easier to load and unload the appli- ance.

WTZ27400

Y-distributor Connect the water drain hose of an additional ap- pliance to the same si- phon outlet.

15000490

Appliance care product Spare part for the intens- ive appliance care func- tion.

00311829

Platform Install the appliance at a raised height so that it can be easily loaded and unloaded.

WTZPW20D

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11Laundry Note: You can find further information in the digital instruction manual by scanning the QR code in the table of contents or on www.bosch- home.com.

11.1Preparing the laundry

ATTENTION! Objects remaining in the laundry may damage the laundry and the drum. Remove all items from any pock-

ets in your laundry before using the appliance.

To protect your appliance and the laundry, prepare the laundry be- forehand. Empty any pockets Brush sand out of all collars and

pockets Close bed covers and cushion

covers Close all zips, Velcro fasteners,

hooks and eyes Tie cloth belts, apron strings,

etc. together or use a laundry bag.

Remove curtain hooks and lead strips or use a mesh laundry bag

Use a mesh laundry bag for small items of laundry, such as children's socks

Separate items of laundry and shake them out, or observe the programme description

Spin the laundry before drying

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12Basic operation operation

Note: You can find further information in the digital instruction manual by scanning the QR code in the table of contents or on www.bosch- home.com.

12.1Switching on the appli- ance

Requirement: The appliance has been correctly installed and connec- ted.  "Installation and connection", Page 12 Turn the programme selector to a

programme.

Note: The lighting for the drum goes out automatically.

12.2Setting a programme

1. Turn the programme selector and set the required programme.  "Programmes", Page 26

2. If required, adjust the programme settings.

12.3Loading laundry Note: To prevent creasing, take note of the maximum load for the  "Programmes", Page 26. Requirement: The laundry is pre- pared.  "Laundry", Page 30 1. Open the door.

Make sure that the drum is empty. 2. Place the laundry in the drum. 3. Close the door.

Ensure that there is no laundry trapped in the door.

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12.4Starting the programme Note: If you want to change the time until the programme ends, set the "Ready in" time first. Press Start/ Reload . a The display shows either the pro-

gramme duration or the "Ready in" time.

a After the programme has ended, the display shows: "End" .

12.5Adding laundry After the programme starts, you can remove or add laundry at any time. 1. Press Start/ Reload .

The cooling process starts auto- matically after approx. 30 seconds and cools down the laundry while the drum is rotating. If you want to avoid or cancel the cooling pro- cess, open the door.  "Display", Page 20

2. Open the appliance door. 3. Add or remove laundry. 4. Close the appliance door. 5. Press Start/ Reload .

12.6Cancelling the pro- gramme

1. Press Start/ Reload . The cooling process starts auto- matically after approx. 30 seconds and cools down the laundry while the drum is rotating. If you want to avoid or cancel the cooling pro- cess, open the door.  "Display", Page 20

2. Open the appliance door. 3. Remove the laundry  Page 31.

12.7Unloading the laundry 1. Open the appliance door.

2. Remove the laundry.

12.8Switching off the appli- ance

Turn the programme selector to Off .

12.9Fluff filter During drying, fluff from the laundry is collected in the fluff filter. The fluff fil- ter protects the appliance from fluff.

Cleaning the fluff filter If the drying programme has finished or the display shows a notification while the appliance is in operation, clean the fluff filter. Note: If you do not clean the appli- ance as described, the appliance's functionality may be impaired. Requirements The display shows the following

after drying: "End" or during operation: . 1. Open the door. 2. Remove the fluff from the door.

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3. Remove the two-part fluff filter.

4. Remove the fluff from the recess.

Ensure that no fluff falls into the air channel.

5. Disconnect the two-part fluff filter.

6. Open the two fluff filters.

7. Remove the fluff.

8. Clean the two fluff filters thoroughly under warm, running water and then dry them off.

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9. Close the two fluff filters and put them together.

10. Insert the two-part fluff filter.

11.Close the door.

12.10Condensation con- tainer

Condensation forms during drying, which your appliance uses for auto- matic cleaning. By default, the con- densation is collected in the appli- ance's condensation container. Note: Operate this appliance using the water drain hose provided. If you connect the water drain hose  Page 14, you do not have to regu- larly empty the condensation con- tainer  Page 33.

Emptying the condensation container If the drying programme has finished or the display shows a notification while the appliance is in operation, empty the condensation container. Requirements The display shows the following

after drying: "End" or during operation: . 1. Pull out the condensation con-

tainer, keeping it level.

2. Empty the condensation container.

Check the condensation container filter  Page 43 regularly and clean the filter if it is dirty. Make sure that you insert the con- densation container before operat- ing the appliance.  "Inserting the condensation con- tainer", Page 34

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Inserting the condensation container Requirement: The condensation con- tainer  Page 33 is removed from the appliance. Push the condensation container

in as far as it will go.

13Childproof lock Secure your appliance against being operated unintentionally using the controls.

13.1Activating the childproof lock

Press and hold the two 3 sec. buttons for approx. 3 seconds.

a The display shows . a The controls are locked. a The childproof lock remains active

even after the appliance has been switched off and in the event of a power failure.

13.2Deactivating the child- proof lock

Requirement: To deactivate the childproof lock, the appliance must be switched on.

Press and hold the two 3 sec. buttons for approx. 3 seconds.

a goes out in the display.

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14Basic settings You can configure the basic settings for your appliance to meet your needs.

14.1Overview of the basic settings

Basic setting Programme position

Value Description

End signal 2 0 (off) 1 (quiet) 2 (me- dium) 3 (loud) 4 (very loud)

Set the volume of the signal at the end of the programme.

Button signal 3 0 (off) 1 (quiet) 2 (me- dium) 3 (loud) 4 (very loud)

The volume of the audible signal emitted when the buttons are pressed.

Programme counter

5 421 Display the number of started pro- grammes.

1 Example

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14.2Changing the basic set- tings

1. Set the programme selector to po- sition 1.

2. Press Iron Dry  and, at the same time, turn the programme selector to position 2.

a The display shows the current value.

3. Set the programme selector to the required position.  "Overview of the basic settings", Page 35

4. To change the value, press Finish in .

5. To save the changes, switch off the appliance.

15Appliance care

15.1Preparing the appliance for the appliance care programme

The appliance must be prepared be- fore basic or intensive appliance care is carried out. Requirement: The fluff filter has been cleaned.  "Cleaning the fluff filter", Page 31.

1. Remove the laundry.

2. Close the appliance door. 3. Pull out the condensation con-

tainer, keeping it level.

4. Empty the condensation container  Page 33.

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15.2Preparing the condensa- tion container for the ap- pliance care programme

Note: If the condensation is drained using the drain hose, the condensa- tion container must be prepared be- fore the basic or intensive appliance care programme.  "Water drain hose", Page 13 1. Remove the stopper from the re-

cess in the condensation con- tainer.

2. Insert the plug from below.

a The condensation container is ready for the appliance care pro- gramme.

Note: If the condensation is drained using the drain hose, perform the above-mentioned steps after the ba- sic or intensive appliance care pro- gramme in the reverse order.

15.3Starting the appliance care programme

Requirements The appliance is ready to run the

appliance care programme.  "Preparing the appliance for the appliance care programme ", Page 36.

The condensation container is ready for the appliance care pro- gramme.  "Preparing the condensation container for the appliance care programme", Page 37.

1. Set the programme to position 1.

2. Press and hold Iron Dry . 3. Set the programme to position 4. 4. Release Iron Dry . a "CP1"  and the programme dura-

tion alternate on the display.

15.4Running the basic appli- ance care programme on the appliance

To remove any light soiling, you can run a basic appliance care pro- gramme. Note: After a certain period of use, the appliance automatically recom- mends that you run the basic appli- ance care programme. Before the start and end of the programme, the display shows the note "CrE" for 5

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seconds. The note is shown re- peatedly until the basic appliance care programme has been run com- pletely. Requirements The appliance is ready to run the

appliance care programme.  "Preparing the appliance for the appliance care programme ", Page 36.

The appliance care programme has started.  "Starting the appliance care pro- gramme", Page 37

1. Add approx. 1  litres of hot tap water into the condensation con- tainer.

Hold the full condensation con- tainer level so that no liquid spills out.

2. Insert the condensation container so that it locks into place.

3. Press Start/ Reload .

a The appliance care programme starts and an audible signal sounds.

a "End"  appears on the display once the appliance care pro- gramme has ended and an aud- ible signal sounds.

4. Pull out the condensation con- tainer, keeping it level.

5. Empty the condensation container  Page 33.

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6. Insert the condensation container so that it locks into place.

a The appliance care programme has been completed.

Note: If the condensate water has been drained from the machine via the drain hose, please follow the steps in  "Preparing the condensation con- tainer for the appliance care pro- gramme", Page 37 in reverse order, after both the intensive and regular cleaning processes.

15.5Preparing the appliance for the intensive appli- ance care programme

If the appliance is not used for more than one month, stubborn dirt or odours may occur. To remove this, you can run an intensive appliance care programme. Note: The intensive appliance care programme runs for approximately 4 hours. The programme may take longer if you do not carry out the ne- cessary steps in good time while the programme is running. Once it has started, the intensive ap- pliance care programme should not be cancelled.

Requirements The appliance is ready to run the

appliance care programme.  "Preparing the appliance for the appliance care programme ", Page 36

The appliance care programme has started.  "Starting the appliance care pro- gramme", Page 37

Press . a "CP2"  and the programme dura-

tion alternate on the display.

15.6Running the intensive appliance care pro- gramme

1. Pull out the condensation con- tainer horizontally and empty it.

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2. Pour a bottle of the original appli- ance care product  "Accessories", Page 29 and ap- prox. 1  litres of warm tap water into the condensation container.

Hold the full condensation con- tainer level so that no liquid spills out.

3. Insert the condensation container so that it locks into place.

4. Press Start/ Reload . The appli- ance care programme starts and an audible signal sounds. After around 3 hours, the appli- ance pauses the appliance care programme and the remaining pro- gramme duration flashes on the display.

5. Pull out the condensation con- tainer horizontally and empty it.

6. Add approx. 1  litres of hot tap water into the condensation con- tainer.

Hold the full condensation con- tainer level so that no liquid spills out.

7. Carefully tip and empty the con- densation container horizontally in order to remove any remaining ori- ginal care product.

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15.7Ending the intensive ap- pliance care programme

1. Add approx. 1  litres of hot tap water into the condensation con- tainer.

Hold the full condensation con- tainer level so that no liquid spills out.

2. Insert the condensation container so that it locks into place.

3. Press Start/ Reload . a The appliance care programme is

resumed. "End"  appears on the display and a signal tone sounds once the appliance care pro- gramme has ended.

4. Pull out the condensation con- tainer, keeping it level.

5. Empty the condensation container  Page 33.

6. Insert the condensation container so that it locks into place.

7. Switch off the appliance.  "Switching off the appliance", Page 31

a The appliance care programme has been completed.

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Note: If the condensate water has been drained from the machine via the drain hose, please follow the steps in  "Preparing the condensation con- tainer for the appliance care pro- gramme", Page 37 in reverse order, after both the intensive and regular cleaning processes.

16Cleaning and servi- cing

To keep your appliance working effi- ciently for a long time, it is important to clean and maintain it carefully. Note: You can find further information in the digital instruction manual by scanning the QR code in the table of contents or on www.bosch- home.com.

16.1Tips on cleaning and care

Wipe down the housing and the controls with nothing but water and a damp cloth.

This ensures the parts of the appli- ance will remain clean and hy- gienic.

Remove all de- tergent residue, spray residue or other residues immediately.

Fresh deposits are easier to re- move without leaving any residue.

Leave the appli- ance door open after use.

This allows the residual water to dry, reducing odours in the ap- pliance.

16.2Moisture sensor The moisture sensor in this appliance measures how damp the laundry is during the drying cycle. The appli- ance changes the duration of the automatic programme depending on the residual moisture in the laundry.

Cleaning the moisture sensor Over time, residue from limescale, detergents and care products can build up on the moisture sensor. Clean the moisture sensor regularly.

ATTENTION! Hard or rough objects may damage the moisture sensor. Do not use hard or rough objects,

abrasive cleaning products or steel wool for cleaning.

Note: If you do not clean the appli- ance as described, the appliance's functionality may be impaired. 1. Open the door. 2. Clean the moisture sensor with a

sponge.

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16.3Condensation container filter

During drying, fluff from the laundry gets into the condensation. The filter in the condensation container pro- tects the appliance from fluff.

Clean the filter for the condensation tank. The filter is cleaned automatically when the condensation container is emptied. Check the filter regularly and clean the filter if it is dirty. 1. Empty the condensation container

 Page 33.

2. Remove the filter.

3. Clean the filter under warm, run- ning water or in the dishwasher.

4. Slide in the filter as far as it will go.

5. Insert the condensation container  Page 34.

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17Troubleshooting You can rectify minor faults on your appliance yourself. Read the troubleshoot- ing information before contacting after-sales service. This will avoid unneces- sary costs.

WARNING Risk of electric shock! Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist

staff. Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance. If the power cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by the

manufacturer, the manufacturer's Customer Service or a similarly qualified person in order to prevent any risk.

Fault Cause and troubleshooting "Hot" and the drum rotates.

Cooling process active. 1. Not a fault. 2. Do not change the programme during the cooling

process.

Note: The cooling process takes up to 10 minutes. You can continue to operate the appliance.

Humming noise. Compressor active. Not a fault normal operating noise.

The display goes out and Start/ Reload flashes.

Energy-saving mode is active Press any button. a The symbol lights up again.

"CrE" After a period of operation, the appliance automatic- ally recommends that you run the basic appliance care programme.  "Running the basic appliance care programme

on the appliance", Page 37

Fluff filter is soiled.  "Cleaning the fluff filter", Page 31

The appliance is not working.

The mains plug of the power cord is not plugged in. Connect the appliance to the power supply.

The circuit breaker in the fuse box has tripped. Check the circuit breaker in the fuse box.

There has been a power cut. Check whether the lighting in your kitchen or other

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Fault Cause and troubleshooting Appliance paused, but the drum is rotating.

Cooling process active. Not a fault no action required.

Creasing. The load is too large. Observe the maximum load capacity of the

 "Programmes", Page 26.

The laundry lies in the drum for too long after drying. 1. Remove the laundry from the drum as soon as the

drying programme has finished. 2. Spread the items of laundry for cooling.

Unsuitable programme for the type of fabric. Set the suitable programme for the type of fabric.

 "Programmes", Page 26

Easy-Care fabrics are dried for too long.  "Changing the dryness level", Page 25.  "Adjusting the dryness level", Page 25.

Anti-Crease not activated. Activate the Anti-Crease function.

 "Buttons", Page 23

and programme terminated.

Condensation tank filled. 1.  "Emptying the condensation container", Page 33. 2.  "Inserting the condensation container", Page 34. 3.  "Starting the programme", Page 31.

Water drain hose is caught or jammed. 1. Ensure that the water drain hose is not kinked or

trapped. 2. Route the water drain hose without kinks.

Water drain hose is not connected correctly. Ensure that the water drain hose is connected cor-

rectly.  "Connecting the water drain hose", Page 14

Water drain hose is blocked. Rinse the water drain hose with tap water.

The filter for the condensation tank is soiled.  "Clean the filter for the condensation tank.",

Page 43.

Condensation in the condensation tank even though the water drain hose is connec- ted.

The appliance uses condensation for the automatic self-cleaning. Not a fault no action required.

Water drain hose is not connected correctly.

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Fault Cause and troubleshooting Condensation in the condensation tank even though the water drain hose is connec- ted.

Ensure that the water drain hose is connected cor- rectly.  "Connecting the water drain hose", Page 14

The programme does not start.

Childproof lock is activated.  "Deactivating the childproof lock", Page 34

You have not pressed Start/ Reload . Press Start/ Reload .

No programme set. 1.  "Setting a programme", Page 30. 2.  "Starting the programme", Page 31.

The length of the pro- gramme changes dur- ing the drying cycle.

The programme operation is optimised electronically. This may change the programme duration. Not a fault no action required.

Pumping noise. Condensation pump active. Not a fault normal operating noise.

Buzzing noise. Compressor ventilation active. Not a fault normal operating noise.

The drying time is too long.

Fluff filter is soiled.  "Cleaning the fluff filter", Page 31

The ambient temperature is greater than 30 C. Ensure that the ambient temperature is lower than

30 C.

The ambient temperature is lower than 15 C. Ensure that the ambient temperature is above 15

C.

Insufficient air circulation at the appliance's installation location. Ventilate the appliance's installation location.

Appliance air inlet is blocked. Ensure that the air inlet on the appliance is kept

clear.

Heat exchanger is soiled.  "Running the basic appliance care programme

on the appliance", Page 37

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Fault Cause and troubleshooting Automatic self-cleaning function rinses the appliance's

heat exchanger. 1. Not a fault. 2. Do not pull out the condensation tank. 3. Do not cancel the programme.

Water is leaking from the appliance.

Appliance is not correctly aligned.  "Aligning the appliance", Page 16

Water drain hose is not connected correctly. Ensure that the water drain hose is connected cor-

rectly.  "Connecting the water drain hose", Page 14

The laundry is too damp.

Unsuitable programme for the type of fabric. Set a timed programme for the subsequent drying.

 "Programmes", Page 26

There has been a power cut. Check whether the lighting in your kitchen or other

appliances are working.

The load is too large. Observe the maximum load capacity of the

 "Programmes", Page 26.

After the end of the programme, warm laundry feels damper than it actually is. 1. Remove the laundry from the drum as soon as the

drying programme has finished. 2. Spread the items of laundry for cooling.

Unsuitable dryness level set.  "Changing the dryness level", Page 25.

Drying target not adjusted.  "Adjusting the dryness level", Page 25.

Load too small. Set a timed programme for the subsequent drying.

 "Programmes", Page 26

Moisture sensor dirty.  "Cleaning the moisture sensor", Page 42.

The drying process is interrupted and the condensa- tion tank has been filled. 1.  "Emptying the condensation container", Page 33. 2.  "Inserting the condensation container", Page 34. 3.  "Starting the programme", Page 31.

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Fault Cause and troubleshooting Odours have formed in the appliance.

Stubborn dirt in the appliance or an extended appli- ance downtime of more than one month.  "Preparing the appliance for the intensive appli-

ance care programme", Page 39.

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18Transportation, stor- age and disposal

You can find out here how to prepare your appliance for transportation and storage. You will also find out how to dispose of old appliances.

18.1Preparing the appliance for transportation

ATTENTION! If the appliance is operated immedi- ately after transportation, the refriger- ant contained in the appliance may result in damage to the appliance. Immediately after transporting the

appliance, leave it to rest for two hours before putting it into opera- tion.

Tip: The appliance may contain re- sidual water, which may drip out of it when transported. The appliance should be transported upright. Requirements The condensation container is

emptied. Emptying the condensa- tion container  Page 33

The appliance has been switched on.  "Switching on the appliance", Page 30

1. Set any programme  Page 30. 2. Start the programme  Page 31

and wait 5 minutes. a The condensation is drained. 3. Switch off the appliance.

 "Switching off the appliance", Page 31

4. Remove the water drain hose from the connection point.  "Water outlet connection types", Page 15

5. Secure the water drain hose on the appliance against unintentional loosening. Ensure that you do not bend the water drain hose.

6. Empty the condensation container  Page 33.

7. Insert the condensation container  Page 34.

8. Disconnect the appliance's mains plug from the power supply.

a The appliance is now ready to be transported.

18.2Disposing of old appli- ance

Valuable raw materials can be re- used by recycling.

WARNING Risk of harm to health! Children can lock themselves in the appliance, thereby putting their lives at risk. Do not install the appliance behind

a door as this may obstruct the ap- pliance door or prevent it from opening.

With redundant appliances, unplug the power cord. Then cut through the cord and damage the lock on the appliance door beyond repair so that the appliance door will no longer close.

WARNING Risk of fire! The refrigerant R290 used in this ap- pliance is environmentally friendly. It is however flammable and may ignite if appliances are not disposed of properly. Dispose of the appliance properly. Do not damage the tubing of the

refrigerant circuit.

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1. Unplug the appliance from the mains.

2. Cut through the power cord. 3. Dispose of the appliance in an en-

vironmentally friendly manner. Information about current disposal methods are available from your specialist dealer or local authority.

This appliance is la- belled in accordance with European Directive 2012/19/EU concerning used electrical and elec- tronic appliances (waste electrical and electronic equipment - WEEE). The guideline determ- ines the framework for the return and recycling of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU.

19Customer Service If you have any queries on use, are unable to rectify faults on the appli- ance yourself or if your appliance needs to be repaired, contact Cus- tomer Service. Function-relevant genuine spare parts according to the corresponding Eco- design Order can be obtained from Customer Service for a period of at least 10 years from the date on which your appliance was placed on the market within the European Eco- nomic Area. Note: Under the terms of the manu- facturer's warranty the use of Cus- tomer Service is free of charge.

Detailed information on the warranty period and terms of warranty in your country is available from our after- sales service, your retailer or on our website. If you contact Customer Service, you will require the product number (E- Nr.) and the production number (FD) of your appliance. The contact details for Customer Ser- vice can be found in the enclosed Customer Service directory or on our website.

19.1Product number (E-Nr.) and production number (FD)

You can find the product number (E- Nr.) and the production number (FD) on the appliance's rating plate. Depending on the model, the rating plate is located: On the inside of the door. On the inside of the maintenance

flap. On the rear of the appliance. Make a note of your appliance's de- tails and the Customer Service tele- phone number to find them again quickly.

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20Consumption values The Cottons Eco programme (denoted by the arrow symbol) is suitable for drying cotton laundry with a normal dampness level, and is the most efficient programme for drying damp cotton laundry in terms of com- bined energy consumption. The consumption values for this pro- gramme that are declared on the en- ergy label refer to a moisture content of the laundry of 60%. The values specified for other pro- grammes are indicative only and were determined in accordance with the applicable standard EN61121.

The actual values may deviate from the indicated values depending on the type of fabric, composition of laundry to be dried, residual moisture in the fabric, set degree of dryness, amount of laundry being loaded, en- vironmental conditions and the activ- ation of additional functions. The expected programme dura- tion/"Ready in" time that is shown on the appliance display when selecting the programme is based on the spin speed in the washing machine of 1000 rpm when the appliance is de- livered.

Programme Final mois- ture level (%)

Load (kg)

Spin speed (rpm)

Initial mois- ture level (%)

Pro- gramm e dura- tion (h:min)

Energy con- sump- tion (kWh/ cycle)

Cottons + Cupboard Dry

-1,5 9,0 1400 50 2:59 2,07

Cottons + Cupboard Dry

-1,5 4,5 1400 50 2:16 1,42

Cottons + Cupboard Dry

-1,5 9,0 1000 60 3:19 2,36

Cottons + Cupboard Dry

-1,5 4,5 1000 60 2:27 1,58

Cottons + Cupboard Dry

-1,5 9,0 800 70 3:39 2,65

Cottons + Cupboard Dry

-1,5 4,5 800 70 2:38 1,74

Cottons Eco 0,0 9,0 1400 50 2:38 1,77 Cottons Eco 0,0 4,5 1400 50 1:51 1,09 Cottons Eco 0,0 9,0 1000 60 2:56 2,05 Cottons Eco 0,0 4,5 1000 60 2:01 1,25 Cottons Eco 0,0 9,0 800 70 3:14 2,34 Cottons Eco 0,0 4,5 800 70 2:12 1,41

Cottons + Iron Dry 12,0 9,0 1400 50 1:47 1,19

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Programme Final mois- ture level (%)

Load (kg)

Spin speed (rpm)

Initial mois- ture level (%)

Pro- gramm e dura- tion (h:min)

Energy con- sump- tion (kWh/ cycle)

Cottons + Iron Dry 12,0 4,5 1400 50 1:12 0,70 Cottons + Iron Dry 12,0 9,0 1000 60 2:07 1,49 Cottons + Iron Dry 12,0 4,5 1000 60 1:23 0,87 Cottons + Iron Dry 12,0 9,0 800 70 2:28 1,79 Cottons + Iron Dry 12,0 4,5 800 70 1:34 1,03 Easy Care + Cup- board Dry

2,0 3,5 800 40 1:00 0,55

Easy Care + Cup- board Dry

2,0 3,5 600 50 1:09 0,67

21 Technical data

Appliance height 84,2 cm Appliance width 59,8 cm Appliance depth 61,3 cm Appliance depth with door closed

64,8 cm

Appliance depth with door open

109.6 cm

Weight 56,4 kg Maximum load 9,0 kg Mains voltage 220-240 V,

50 Hz Minimum in-

stallation protec- tion

10A

Nominal power 800 W Power consump- tion

Off mode: 0,15 W

Left-on mode: 0,50 W

Ambient temper- ature

Minimum: 5 C

Maximum: 35 C

Length of the power cord

145 cm

This product contains light sources from energy efficiency class F. These light sources are available as a spare part and must only be replaced by trained specialist staff. You can find more information about your model online at https://eprel.ec.europa.eu/1. This web address is linked to the official EU EPREL product database. Please then follow the instructions on searching for the model. The model identifier is made up of the charac- ters before the slash in the product number (E-Nr.) on the rating plate. Al- ternatively, you can also find the model identifier in the first line of the EU energy label.

1 Only applies to countries in the European Economic Area

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If you want to find out how the Series 6 Bosch works, you can view and download the Bosch Series 6 WQG24509GB Dryer User Manual on the Manualsnet website.

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