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|whittaker37||8:31am on Thursday, June 24th, 2010|
|The produce is very quiet, easy to use and the delay start button is particularly useful to enable usage on the lower electricity rate overnight. good value and proven track record a bit expensive but it should pay for itself in the ling run as it will last many years i hope. It does what is required of it very efficiently. It is noticeably quieter than my previous dryer and quicker as well. Price ...|
|ac||8:46am on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010|
|Just a very nice machine - very pleased with it No manual over-ride to ensure clothes are dry (automatic can leave heavy loads slightly damp|
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~ WARNING Improper connection of
~ WARNING Never stop a tumble dryer before the end of the drying cycle unless all items are quickly removed and spread out so that the heat is dissipated. ~ Allow the dryer to complete each stage of the program selected, including the cooling down phase. This will ensure that the items being removed are not too hot to handle
~ Do not modify the plug provided
~ A faulty power cord must be
~ Clean the lint filter before or after
~ Do not use the dryer without a lint ~ Lint screens must be cleaned
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ~ The dryer should not be operated without a vent duct. ~ It should not be connected to a chimney used for other purposes.
where there is a risk of frost occurring. Temperatures around freezing affect dryer performance. Acceptable room temperature should lie between +2C and +35C. Safe operation and avoidance of an underpressure of 4 Pa or more should in any case be confirmed by your Master Chimney Sweep.
~ Do not place the dryer in a room
~ Keep the room in which the dryer is
installed free of dust and fluff. Dirt particles in the entering air promote stoppages. the door. The dryer might tip over. cycle. In this way you can prevent
~ Do not support yourself or lean on ~ Close the door after every drying
children from trying to climb into the dryer or leaving objects inside it. small animals from getting into the dryer.
~ Check all components of the venting system (such as the wall pipe, external grill, elbows and bends, etc.) for airtightness. Lint can build up, impeding airflow. If a pre-existing system is present, it should be checked before the dryer is installed.
fireplace or gas flue that is in use, nor to ducting which ventilates rooms with fireplaces. Otherwise there is the danger of smoke or exhaust gas being driven back.
~ Ducting must not be connected to a
~ Do not hose down the dryer.
~ Accessory parts may only be
~ A suffocation and poisoning hazard exists from suction of exhaust gases, when gas water heaters, space heaters, coal stoves with chimney connections, etc., are installed in the same room, or in the dwelling, or in neighboring rooms and the under pressure is 4 Pa or more. Prevent underpressure by sufficient room ventilation, by, for instance:
unclosable ventilation openings in the external wall, or a window switch: the dryer can only be switched on with the window open.
attached or installed when they have been expressly approved by Miele. If other parts are added or installed, guarantee, performance and/or product liability claims are invalidated.
The manufacturer will not be held liable for damage caused by failure to comply with the safety instructions and warnings.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Drying q r Normal/higher temperature reduced temperature: select Gentle (for delicate fabrics) Not suitable for dryer very hot hot not very hot Do not iron/rotary iron Do not dry fabrics that are still soaking wet! After washing, spin fabrics for at least 30 seconds. Dry mixed loads of cottons, colors and easy-care fabrics in the in the Express program. Open jackets so that they dry evenly. Woolens and wool blends tend to mat and shrink. Only handle these fabrics in the Woolens program. The linings of down-filled garments, depending on quality, tend to shrink. Handle these fabrics only in the Smoothing program. Pure linens are dried only when indicated on the care label. Otherwise the fabric may become rough. Handle these fabrics only in the Smoothing program. Cottons (such as T-shirts and underwear) depending on quality, often shrink at the first wash. Therefore: to avoid further shrinkage, do not over-dry these textiles. Starched laundry may be dried. To achieve the usual finish, however, use a double amount of starch. Wash new colored fabrics separately before the first drying. Do not dry them together with light-colored fabrics since their colors may run and discolor other garments or even plastic dryer components.
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Ironing and rotary ironing
Always check the weight recommendation for maximum loads as listed in the "Program Overview" section. Overloading will cause wear and tear on the laundry, give a poor drying result and cause more creasing.
Wrinkling increases with larger loads. This especially occurs with very fine fabrics as used in shirts and blouses. To limit wrinkling the dryer performs the following actions: 1. Tumble drying with drum reversal (prevents roll-ups of laundry, creasing and uneven drying), 2. Constantly measures the temperature of air coming into and leaving the drum, 3. Cycles two heater sections for 0, half and full power, 4. Automatic drying stage termination, after the desired Dryness level of laundry is reached. To do this, the dryer is equipped with systems: - water conductivity metering, - sensing of laundrys residual moisture, - software. 5. Cooling down with tumbling and drum reversal, 6. Anti-crease with drum reversal. In cases of doubt, reduce the load by dividing it. Use the Dress shirts program.
The operating steps identified with numbers(A, B, C,.) may be used as short-cut instructions. A Preparing the laundry Loosen the washed garments and sort them by:. desired drying level,. type of fabric and finish,. size,. same residual moisture content after spinning. This will produce very even drying. Do not exceed maximum loads specified in the "Program Overview" Section. Overloading may cause wear and tear on the laundry and adversely affects drying. ^ Before closing the door, check that the lint filter is properly inserted in the door casing.
,Remove foreign objects like detergent dispensing devices from the laundry. They can melt and damage the dryer and the wash.
Check hems and seams to ensure that linings don't come out. Close duvet covers and pillowcases to prevent small items from getting inside. Fasten hooks and close buttons. Tie fabric belts together. B Turn on the dryer You may also switch the dryer on after loading it, as the drum will not be illuminated, to save energy. ^ To turn it on, press the I-On/0-Off button. C Loading the dryer ^ Press the Door button to open. ^ Place the laundry loosely in the drum. Ensure that no small items are jammed in the door, because they might otherwise be damaged.
D Select program Woolens and Smoothing programs: cannot be altered. Timed program The Delay button flashes when Timed cold or Timed warm programs are selected. ^ Repeatedly press the Delay button until the required duration appears in the display. ^ Select the desired program. The indicator light for the program selected lights up. Other indicator lights for drying levels or extras may be lit, and drying times displayed. Dryness level selection in programs: Normal, Wrinkle-free, Express, Dress shirts, denim/jeans Drying time can be selected in 10-minute increments from 20 minutes up to 2 hours. E Extra options/Select Delay ^ Press button to select the following options: Gentle, Buzzer, Delay options (see "Options/Delay"). Anti-Crease action always activates at program's end (see next page). Please note: Delay is not possible in combination with the Timed warm and Timed cold programs.
^ Press the button repeatedly until the desired indicator light is lit. For Normal any dryness level can be selected, but selection is limited in other programs. Note: The estimate of time remaining shown in the display varies with each new program selection.
F Starting the program The Start/Stop button flashes during program selection. This means that a program can be started. ^ Press the Start/Stop button. The Start/Stop button lights. Drying appears in the display and the time remaining is counted down. Before the end of a program After the drying phase finished a cooldown phase follows. The following programs have no cooldown phase: Woolens, Smoothing. G End of program - Remove laundry 0 and End appear in the display to indicate the program end. The buzzer sounds at intervals (when selected). After the program end the drum rotates reversible in intervals if clothes are not removed (Anti-crease action). This helps to prevent creasing for up to 2 hours. ^ Press the Door button. ^ Open the door. ^ Remove the laundry. Check that the drum is empty. Laundry left behind may be damaged if dried again. To save energy, the drum light turns off after a few minutes when the dryer is not operating and the door is open. ^ To shut it off, press the On/Off button. ^ Clean the lint filter. ^ Close the door.
Delicate fabrics (with the rsymbol on the care label, such as acrylics) must be dried at lower temperatures for longer durations. On some programs Gentle is permanently set and cannot be deselected. Starting ^ Press the Start/Stop button. The Delay indicator light comes on. The Delay counts down to program start as follows: More than I0^, in whole hours. Less than I0^, in minutes. The drum will turn briefly every hour to prevent creasing. Canceling / altering Delay ^ Press the Start/Stop button. The Delay is cancelled. ^ Repeatedly press the Delay button until the required duration appears in the display. ^ Press the Start/Stop button. The Delay resumes from the beginning. Adding laundry You can add laundry while the Delay is still counting down: ^ Switch off the dryer. ^ Open the door and add the laundry. ^ Close the door and switch on the dryer.
At the end of the program a buzzer sounds at intervals, for a maximum of 1 hour. A continuous warning tone for fault messages sounds whether the buzzer is on or off.
With the Delay option, you can select a later program start time. Program start can be delayed by 30 minutes up to a maximum of 24 hours. This enables you, for instance, to take advantage of night electricity rates. After program selection: ^ Repeatedly press the Delay button until the required duration appears in the display. The Delay indicator light flashes. Times of up to I0^ are selected in 30-minute steps, more than I0^ in one-hour steps. If you keep the Delay button pressed in, the time will continue to increase up to 24^.
Normal Extra dry, Normal Fabrics Note Single- and multi-layered cotton such as: hand towels, T-shirts, baby clothes. Select Extra dry for multi-layered and extra thick fabrics. Do not use Extra dry to dry jersey fabrics like T-shirts and baby clothes - they may shrink. To be selected for delicate fabrics with the care symbol r. Cotton or linen fabrics. For example: Table linens, bed linens, starched laundry. You can keep laundry moist if you roll it up until ready to iron it. To be selected for delicate fabrics with the care symbol r.
Gentle Fabrics Note Gentle
Hand iron, Rotary iron
Wrinkle-free Extra dry, Normal, Hand iron Fabrics Note Easy-care fabrics in synthetics, cotton or blends. For example: sweaters, dresses, trousers, skirts, tablecloths. To reduce creasing even more, select Hand iron and reduce the load to 1.5 kg*. Fabrics are dried with low creasing with the Hand iron drying program, depending on fabric type and load. To be selected for delicate fabrics with the care symbol r.
Do not touch the back of the drum when adding or removing items. Temperatures in the drum area can be high.
^ Add or remove laundry as needed. ^ Close the door. ^ Press the Start/Stop button.
When the program sequence is changed, the time remaining as shown by the display may differ from the actual drying time.
The lock function protects your dryer against unauthorized use. You can activate this function whenever you wish. It locks the dryer's electronics. It can be turned on, but no program can be started. In such a case, the Gentle indicator light flashes and a key symbol 0- appears in the display. The door may be opened at any time, as it is not locked. Activating the lock Precondition: The dryer is switched off. The door is closed. A Press the Gentle button and keep it pressed until Step E. B Press the I-On/0-Off button in. The Express indicator light comes on. C Slowly turn the program selector step by step through three positions clockwise. The three program indicator lights must light up in succession. C Slowly turn the program selector step by step through three positions counterclockwise. The three program indicator lights must light up in succession. TheGentle indicator light flashes and the key symbol 0- appears in the display. E Release the Gentle button. The lock function has been activated. ^ You may turn off the dryer. Deactivating the lock Precondition: The dryer is switched off. The door is closed. ^ The procedure is as for "Activating the Lock". Perform steps A toE. At step E the indicator light for the Gentle button no longer flashes and the 0- key symbol goes out. The lock function has been deactivated.
Cleaning and care
Cleaning door lint filter
The lint screen in the door casing collects lint generated by the drying process. Clean it after every drying*. * Also check the lint screen when the Filter/Vent indicator light comes on. Cleaning the lint screen without water Tip: You can dispose of the lint without touching it by using a vacuum cleaner.
^ Rub or vacuum the lint from the screen surface. ^ Remove the lint from the space in the door casing with a bottle brush or the vacuum. ^ Wipe the door casing seal (2) all around with a damp cloth. ^ Insert the lint screen fully into the door casing and close the door. Cleaning the lint screen with water
Replacing the light bulb
Disconnect the dryer from the electrical supply. ^ Open the door. The hinged cover for the lighting is over the port-hole. The bulb should be of the same type and maximum wattage indicated on the data plate and the lighting cover. ^ Replace the bulb. ^ Fold the cover upwards and press it on the right and left until you hear it latch.
,Ensure that the cover is properly
seated. If moisture gets inside it may cause a short-circuit.
^ Gently insert an ordinary tool* under the side of the cover. * such as a wide slot-type screwdriver ^ Open the cover by pressing lightly while rotating your wrist. The cover opens downwards. The heat-resistant bulb should be obtained only from Miele customer service.
For faults you cannot correct yourself, please contact: the Miele Factory Repair Service. The telephone number for the Factory Repair Service is listed at the back of these operating instructions. When contacting the Miele Service Department, you will need to quote the model and serial number of your appliance. These can be found on the data plate, visible when the door is open.
The PC optical interface is used by Miele customer service to transfer program updates (PC = Program Correction) as well as for diagnose and testing. In this way, future developments in fabrics and in the drying procedure can be integrated into your appliance. Miele will give timely notification of Program updates.
Warranty conditions and warranty period
Warranty information can be found in your warranty booklet.
Optional accessories for this dryer are available from Miele customer service.
Installation and connection
a Venting connection: The dryer vent duct can be connected to the rear of the machine (as supplied) or on either the right or left side. b Power cord c Control panel d Door
e Four height-adjustable screw feet
Rear view Installation site
This dryer can be accommodated under a worktop if there is sufficient height.
,Do not install the dryer in a
location where its door could conflict with room doors.
,The appliance top is not
removable. Carrying the dryer to the installation site a Handgrips under the cover overhang for moving the appliance (arrows) b Power cord c Rear venting connection The rear cover overhang provides handgrips for transport. To carry the dryer from its shipping base to the installation site, use the front feet of the appliance and the rear top overhang. Washer-dryer stack The dryer can be combined with a Miele automatic washer in a washer-dryer stack. For this, a "WTV 412" stacking unit* is required. * Miele accessory available on order
,Installation of the stacking unit
may be performed only by an authorized Miele technician.
Leveling the dryer
,Ensure that is an air gap of at
least 10 mm between the underside of the dryer and the floor. This air gap must not be restricted by power bars, high-nap carpets, etc. Otherwise, sufficient air flow cannot be guaranteed.
Ventilating the installation area The air needed for drying is extracted from the installation space. You must therefore take measures for sufficient room ventilation, by opening windows for instance. Otherwise you can expect longer running times and higher energy consumption.
To ensure trouble-free operation, the dryer must be perfectly level.
^ Compensate for floor irregularities by turning the threaded feet in or out.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS This appliance must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric current. This appliance is equipped with a cord having an equipment grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. WARNING Improper connection of the equipment grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or service representative or personnel if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with the appliance! If it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. The dryer comes with a 5 ft long, 12/4 AWG cord and a NEMA 14-30 P plug. It should be connected to a 120/208-240 V, 30 A, 60 Hz AC power supply. A 3 pole-4 wire grounding power outlet (NEMA type 14-30 R) is necessary. The dryer is equipped with a power cable and plug ready for connection. The plug must always be accessible to facilitate disconnecting the dryer from the electrical supply. To eliminate a potential fire source, the dryer should NEVER be connected by means of extension cords, or by multi-outlet power strips or the like. The appliance data plate indicates the nominal power consumption and the approbiate fuse capacity. Please compare the information on the data plate with the electrical network data.
Installing the dryer vent
Important The dryer should only be operated when the moist air produced by drying is ducted to the outside, by means of:. a flexible venting house, or piping connected to the dryer, or. a direct connection to a through-wall pipe. The appliance should not be electrically connected while the venting is being installed. The ducting outlet (for instance, a wall pipe) is to be located so that the moist air. cannot be drawn back into the dryer installation space;. will cause no structural damage or unacceptable nuisance. Air required for drying is drawn from the installation space. Consequently, ensure that there is sufficient room ventilation when drying to prevent possible asphyxiation from the possibility of expelled gasses being drawn back into the room, as well as to prevent much longer drying times; for example: - Open windows; - fitting unblockable air inlets in the external wall; - install window switches, so that the dryer can only be turned on when the window is open. Avoid: very long ducting systems. too many sharp bends or corners. Otherwise you will have less efficient drying and increased time and energy consumption. Use: for ventilation ducting: rigid or flexible metal ducting with a 100 mm diameter. for venting to the outside: a wall pipe or window vent kit. Procedure ^ First measure the duct length required. From this, calculate the total duct length and determine the required diameter (see the next pages). Note that a greater overall duct length requires a larger pipe diameter. ^ Then, decide which type of ducting you wish to use (see "Installing Venting Systems" in this section).
Calculating total duct length
Each of bends and differing components of the dryer's venting creates its own frictional resistance to the flow of the exhaust air. This frictional resistance is expressed in a comparative duct length. The comparative duct length indicates the length of a smooth straight pipe (of the same diameter), producing the same resistance to air flow as the original ducting component (Table I). Adding together the comparative duct lengths of all components reveals the total duct length. The total duct length is a calculated value that compares how long a smooth straight venting pipe would have to be for the same air flow. Since an internal pipe diameter strongly affects flow's resistance, a vent with a total duct length exceeding 20 m requires a larger diameter (Table II). Procedure 1. Measure the distance requiring straight ducting. Multiply this value by the corresponding comparative pipe length from Table I. 2. Determine the number of bends and components required. Add their comparative lengths together using Table I. 3. Add together all the comparative lengths thus determined: Thus you obtain the total duct length. 4. From Table II, determine which internal duct diameter is required for the total duct length.
Components Flexible ducting Comparative duct length 1.8 m 1.5 m 2.5 m
1 m laid straight 45 bend (Bend radius = 0.25 m) 90 bend (Bend radius = 0.25 m) 1 m laid straight or 1 m straight pipe 45 bend (Bend radius = 0.25 m) 90 bend (Bend radius = 0.25 m) with grill insert with non-return flap (hinged flap)
Vent hose(flexible or Alu-Flex) 1.0 m 0.6 m 0.8 m
Wall vent kit or window vent kit 3.8 m 1.5 m 14.3 m
Non-return flap* for integration into the vent ducting (see section "d Vent collector duct") Flat duct (for stacked arrangement) Left or right dryer vent opening * Miele accessory available on order
11.0 m 1.0 m
Maximum permissible total duct length 20 m 40 m 100 m Diameter required 100 mm 125 mm 150 mm
Rear or side exhaust connection
At the rear Dryer is delivered with this connection open. ^ Install the vent duct as described on the following pages. Sideways to left or right
Wall pipe, with grill insert = 1 x 3.8 m Comparative duct length = 3.8 m
2 elbows, 90 = 2 x 0.8 m Comparative duct length = 1.6 m
0.5 m plastic piping = 0.5 x 1 m Comparative duct length = 0.5 m
Left side vent opening = 1 m Comparative duct length Total duct length = 1.0 m = 6.9 m
Result: Total duct length is less than 20 m (as per Table II). Therefore a pipe diameter of 100 mm is adequate.
^ Unscrew the cover (counterclockwise). ^ Refit the cover securely in the rear vent outlet. ^ Install the vent duct as described on the following pages.
Overview of vent systems
On this and the following pages you will find descriptions of four venting systems (a b c d) that can be installed on the dryer.
a Flexible metal duct hose
Using the adapter provided, you can easily install a vending duct house (diameter 100 mm). You require a duct hose (flexible or Alu-Flex). a wall pipe kit or a window vent kit.
^ Install the pipe (2) on the dryer using an adapter (1). Examples are shown on the next page.
Examples: Window vent Connection to exhaust flue
1. Pipe with connector 1. Window vent kit (fitted in plexiglass pane) 2. Adapter for flexible vent hose 2. Adapter for flexible vent hose 3. Exhaust flue, insulated against damp
,Ducting must not be connected
to a fireplace or gas flue that is in use, nor to ducting which ventilates rooms with fireplaces.
b Dryer vent systems from metal piping
Smooth piping makes sense where the vented air has to be carried a considerable distance. A pipe offers less resistance to the discharge air than does, for instance, a flexible ventilation duct. Time and energy consumption improve with smooth piping. You require a connector adapter* (diameter 100 mm). a wall pipe kit or a window vent vent kit. Metal venting pipe from a builder or plumbing supplier(diameter 100 mm). If a larger pipe diameter is needed, adapters are necessary (for example, to transition from 100 to 125 mm diameters). * Miele accessory available on order 1. Wall vent kit 2. Adapter 3. Metal dryer venting pipe, diameter 4" (100 mm). Example
^ Install the pipe (2) in the dryer using an adapter (1).
c Connecting directly to a wall vent
If you can place the dryer directly against the external wall of the room, this vent configuration is advantageous. The short overall pipe length has a beneficial effect on time and energy consumption. However, you must make an opening in the wall to install the wall kit. You will need a wall pipe kit as well as a flexible spacer ring. A Before breaking through the wall. read the installation instructions accompanying the kit. and study the following dimensional drawings. View from above: 1. Wall pipe 2. Flexible foam gasket Side view:
B Fit the flexible foam gasket (2) onto the wall pipe adapter (1). C Push the dryer up against the wall. 1. Wall pipe 2. Flexible foam gasket
d Vent collector duct
To prevent condensed water buildup in the non-operating dryers: ^ For each dryer, install a non-return flap R directly on the collector duct. You will need an optional Miele accessory* (see right) for this. When installing from 3 to a maximum of 5 dryers, the pipe diameterD must be enlarged.
Number of dryers 1-4-5 Pipe diameter multiplication factor from Table II 1 1,25 1,5
Connection to connection duct Miele non-return flap* additional Miele Adapter* Vent hose, flexible
^ Press the non-return flap(2) fully into the Adapter (3).
WTV 412 Stacking unit* without worktop: A = 94.2 cm B = 170 cm * Miele accessory available on order
Height Width Depth Depth with door open Can be pushed under a worktop Height Width Suitable for stacking Weight Drum Volume Length of power cord Voltage Connected load (Watts) Rated current (Amps) Light bulb wattage Test certifications granted see data plate 850 mm 595 mm 634 mm 1,074 mm Yes 850 mm 600 mm Yes 46 kg 111 liters 2m
Programmable functions for changing standard values
As needed, you can use programmable functions to adapt the dryer electronics to changing requirements. You can alter programmable functions at any time.
Extending the range of drying levels
You can extend the range of the drying levels for many of the programs: Rotary iron+ (dryer than Rotary Iron). Hand iron+ (dryer than Hand iron). Normal + (dryer than Normal). Additionally, the Extra dry level can be selected for the Mixed and Denim Jeans programs. This programmable function is also effective in the following programs: Normal, Wrinkle free*, Mixed*, Express, Denim/Jeans (* no Rotary iron+). For programming and saving in the memory, follow steps A to E. The programmable function is programmed using the buttons. Precondition: The dryer is switched off. The door is closed. A Press Start/Stop and keep it pressed it during steps B-C. B Press the I-On/0-Off button in. Wait until the Start/Stop button lights up continuously. C. then release the Start/Stop button. The Gentle indicator light flashes twice briefly.
P and 0 flash alternatively in the display (default setting). The number appearing alternatively with P means: 0 Default setting I Drying range steps added (Express indicator light also flashes) D Pressing the Start/Stop button switches from one to the other. E Using the I-On/0-Off button, switch the dryer off. The programming is now stored in memory. You can change it again at any time. To select the extended drying level: ^ Select a program. ^ Press the drying level button repeatedly until one or two indicator lights come on. Indicator lights Extra dry and Normal = Normal+ Indicator lights Normal and Hand iron = Hand iron+ Indicator lights Hand iron and Rotary iron = Rotary iron+
Change function of Filter/Vent indication
Lint should be removed after drying. At the same time, the Filter/Vent indicator light reminds you to do so as soon as a certain degree of lint has accumulated. You can yourself decide which degree of lint accumulation will trigger that reminder. Determine by trial and error which of the four options responds to your drying practices. For programming and saving in memory, follow steps A to E. The programmable function is programmed using the buttons. Precondition: The dryer is switched off. The door is closed. A Press Start/Stop and keep it pressed it during steps B-C. B Press the I-On/0-Off button in. Wait until the Start/Stop button lights up continuously. C. then release the Start/Stop button. D Press the Gentle button four times. The Gentle indicator light flashes once slowly. P and 2 flash alternatingly in the display (default setting). The number appearing alternatingly with P means: 0 The Filter/Vent indicator is deactivated I The Filter/Vent indicator comes on only when there is a heavy lint buildup (Express control light additionally flashes once) 2 default setting (the Express indicator light also flashes twice) 3 The Filter/Vent indicator will come on when there is only a light lint buildup (The Express indicator light also flashes three times) E Pressing the Start/Stop button switches from one to the other. F Using the I-On/0-Off button, switch the dryer off. The programming is now stored in memory. You can change it again at any time.
Adjust keypad tone
An audible tone sounds every time a button is pressed. For programming and saving in memory, follow steps A to E. The programmable function is programmed using the buttons. Precondition: The dryer is switched off. The door is closed. A Press Start/Stop and keep it pressed it during steps B-C. B Press the I-On/0-Off button in. Wait until the Start/Stop button lights up continuously. C. then release the Start/Stop button. D Press the Gentle button five times. The Gentle indicator light flashes once slowly and once briefly. P and 0 flash alternatingly in the display (default setting). The number appearing alternatingly with P means: 0 no Keypad tone (default setting) I Keypad tone on (Express indicator light also flashes) E Pressing the Start/Stop button switches from one to the other. F Using the I-On/0-Off button, switch the dryer off. The programming is now stored in memory. You can change it again at any time.
Changing water conductivity setting
D Press the Gentle button six times. The Gentle indicator light flashes once slowly and twice briefly. P and 0 flash alternatingly in the display (default setting). The number appearing alternatingly with P means: 0 Default setting I Lower conductivity setting (Express indicator light also flashes) E Pressing the Start/Stop button switches from one to the other. F Using the I-On/0-Off button, switch the dryer off. The programming is now stored in memory. You can change it again at any time.
,This programmable function should be adjusted only when residual water content is erroneously determined owing to the extreme softness of the water.
Important condition The water in which fabrics are washed may be extremely soft with a conductivity value less than 150 S/cm. Drinking water conductivity can be ascertained from your local water supplier. Activate this programmable function only if the above-mentioned condition applies. Otherwise the drying result will be unsatisfactory. For programming and saving in memory, follow steps A to E. The function is programmed using the buttons. Precondition: The dryer is switched off. The door is closed. A Press Start/Stop and keep it pressed it during steps B-C. B Press the I-On/0-Off button in. Wait until the Start/Stop button lights up continuously. C. then release the Start/Stop button.
Alteration rights reserved/ 2009
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Compact Vented Dryer Straight Controls T7634
m= 595 m 23 1/ 2"
850 mm = 33 1/2"
Location Codes E - 208/240 Volt, 30 Amp 5 foot molded plug power supply connects upper right rear (NEMA 14-30 Configuration). V- Venting location may be adjusted to lower right or left side or lower left rear (see separate sheet). Notes All installations must be done in accordance with local codes See "Cut-out Dimensions" sheet for undercounter or built-in space requirements
NOTE: Drawing is not to scale. SPECIFICATION SHEETS 150607
Compact Condenser Dryer Straight Controls T7644C
Location Codes E - 208/240 Volt, 30 Amp 5 foot molded plug power supply connects upper right rear (NEMA 14-30 Configuration). CD - Condensate Drawer Notes All installations must be done in accordance with local codes See "Cut-out Dimensions" sheet for undercounter or built-in space requirements
Built-in Installations Laundry Products W1612/T76X4
m= 600 m
l ctrica & Ele n r Wate nectio Con tion Loca
Location Codes C - Cutout for Electric and Vent/Drain pass-through. Adjust according to duct or drain location. Notes Needed depth T7634-T7644C: 24" minimum
Stacked Washer & Dryer Example Combination W1612 + T76X4
E1 V 1720 mm = 67 3/4" W D
Location Codes 5 foot flexible drain hose connects upper left rear. E1 - 120 Volt, 15 Amp 5 foot molded plug power supply connects upper left rear (NEMA 5-15 Configuration). E2 - 208/240 Volt, 30 Amp 5 foot molded plug power supply connects upper right rear (NEMA 14-30 Configuration). W - 5 foot separate flexible hot and cold water intake hoses connect upper left rear. Notes All installations must be done in accordance with local codes See "Cut-out Dimensions" sheet for undercounter or built-in space requirements Remove transport struts in rear of machine before installation.
Vented dryer T7634
Left Side View Rear View Right Side View
92 mm = 3 5/8"
115.5 mm = 4 1/2"
100 mm = 4"
Vent Duct Calculations: see installation manual
Stacked Washer & Dryer Example W1612 + T7634
Left Side View 115.5 mm = 4 1/2" Rear View 100 mm = 4" Right Side View 115.5 mm = 4 1/2"
960 mm = 38"
Corresponding Total Height with lid: 1720 mm = 67 3/4"
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