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CROSSLEE 797SVNC031215310/11 Instruction Manual


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10970 A3 88601 GB Broadsheet 10/6/03 10:40 AM Page 3
These notes are provided in the interest of safety.
You must read them before installing or using the appliance.The condenser and ducting should be cleaned 3 or 4 times a yearCLEANING THE CONDENSER
or more frequently if the dryer is in constant use. See OCLEANING
Ä This tumble dryer is intended for NORMAL DOMESTICÄIt is important to clean fluff from the window of the dryerTHE CONDENSERÃ opposite.CAUTION: For maximum efficiency, the plates are made from
very thin aluminium and are easily damaged. Do not try to poke
USE ONLY.and around the door seal after each drying cycle. Failure
NOTE: The condenser will discolour through use.anything between the plates or use a hard object or tool for
to do so could result in water leaking.
ÄAny electrical work required to install the appliance
cleaning. At all times, handle the condenser carefully and avoid
should be carried out by a qualified person.
crushing the plates.
Ä DO NOT use a two-way adaptor, or extension lead. The
Ä Please note it is note it is not recommended that the dryerREMOVING THE CONDENSER
dryer must be connected to its own socket.ÄRemove the condenser (see opposite).
be placed directly next to ovens or cookers, as the
ÄFirmly pull the condenser out.
Ä DO NOT block the air inlets at the front and back of yourÄFlush the fluff from between the plates under running water
performance of the dryer may be affected.
dryer.and carefully shake off excess water.
Ä Do not stack the tumble dryer on top of other appliances
without the correct stacking kitÄ DO NOT allow fluff to accumulate around the tumble
Ä It is important to clean the lint filter after each drying cycle
Ä DO NOT exceed the recommended maximum load.
and the condenser every three or four months or theÄCarefully push the condenser back into the machine, until it is
restrictions to airflow will extend drying times and couldÄ DO NOT allow children to tamper with the controls andpushed fully home and a Oclickà is heard.
cause the safety cut-out to trip.keep them away from the dryer when it is in operation.ÄEnsure all lint and fluff is removed from around the grille seal
before closing or water may leak.
Ä Under no circumstances should anything other than theÄ DO NOT place articles in the dryer if anything other than
ÄIMPORTANT:The dryer may leak if the condenser is not
recommended articles be placed in the tumble dryer.a water solution has been used in the cleaning process.
correctly re-installed.
Ä The tumble dryer should be serviced by an appointedÄ DO NOT attempt to dry dripping wet articles or items
service organisation and only genuine parts used.containing foam rubber or rubber-like materials.
ÄWhilst the condenser is
Ä It is dangerous to alter or modify the product in any wayÄ DO NOT use the tumble dryer if you suspect that it is
removed, clean as much fluff
other than fitting authorised accessories.damaged in any way. Under no circumstances should you
as possible from inside the
attempt to repair the appliance yourself. Repairs carried
ÄWe recommend that the appliance is unplugged eachducting by reaching a hand
out by inexperienced persons may cause serious injury.
time after use. It should always be disconnected from theinto the machine. In particular,
Consult your local appointed service engineer and insist
electricity supply if it is to be left unattended for longkeep the passage from the fan
on genuine spare parts.
periods (i.e. weekends, holidays etc.)clear (on the right hand side of
Ä The rear of the dryer gets quite hot during use. PositionThis label, positioned on the rear of your dryer,the condenser duct).
the dryer so that the back is not accessible while inindicates the surface is hot when in operation -ÄAfter cleaning, re-install the condenser (see opposite).
avoid touching
4213 094 88601
CE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.THEM IN A SAFE PLAKEEP Replace the child safe peg in the top of the, now reversed, door.
GBReverse the door and re apply the hinge screws.
the door Remove the four screws from the opposite side of the door opening. Place these screws in the hinge holes on the other side of
removing the 4 screws. Do not use a power screwdriver as this may damage the screw threads.
Now unscrew the door hinges from the machine byanticlockwise. First remove the child safety peg from the top of the door by rotating 90u
Large Door Opening :-
secure with screws (E)and re fit to opposite side as shown.(E). Remove door from hinge blocks.
(B) as shown. Fit door to hinge blocks and Remove hinge screws (F) and hinge (G) and latch plate (D). Remove hinge block screw
screw (H) at top of door and re fit switch strike strike (B) and replace screw, Remove screws (C)
Refit latch plate (D) with screws (C). Remove FOpen the door. Undo screw (A) remove switch
BHDryers fitted without hinge cover :-AB
plate (D) with screws (C)hinge cover screw (E). Close the door.
and refit switch strike (B) as shown.and hinge cover (F). Open the door.screws (G). Remove door. Fit latch screws (C) and latch plate (D). Remove
Remove screw (H) at top of door closed position. Refit screws (G) remove it. Remove two outer switch strike (B) and replace screw, Remove
Fit screw (E) to secure hinge cover. Reverse door and fit to dryer in Pull the hinge cover (F) forwards to Open the door. Undo screw (A) remove
Dryers fitted with hinge cover :-
Your dryer is fitted with a reversible door. To change the direction of opening proceed as follows for your type of door.
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