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USER HANDBOOKMODEL TFA34You must read these instructions prior to using the appliance and retain them for future reference.

Page 2 - Your Fresh Air Dryer

10How to use your dryer1. Plug in, switch onelectricity.2. Sort your laundry(see section “SortingYour Laundry”)3. Open the door.Check that the flufffi

Page 3 - Contents

11Sorting your laundry1. Always separate laundry into the correct fabric groups before washing and drying.2. See that all zips are closed, ho

Page 4 - For your safety

12Wash Care LabelsMost of today’s fabrics can be tumble dried in your Dryer with notrouble at all, but there are certain fabric finishes which should

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13Items requiring special attentionThe drying requirements of blankets and bedspreads will, of course, varytremendously according to size and weight.

Page 6 - Electrical Requirements

14How to remove and clean the fluff filterPosition of filterTo remove the filterA very important part of your dryer is the fluff filter at thefront ed

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15The ControlsHeat Switch (OUT low heat, IN high heat) Fresh Air Switch (OUT normal IN Fresh Air)Drying Guide Timer Fresh AirLightDrying LightTime

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16Please note that the Drying Times stated below and on the appliancecontrol panel are a GUIDE only and drying times are affected by:Items such as tow

Page 9 - Storm cover

17When finishedAfter each loadAs necessaryLubricationCaring for your DryerYour tumble dryer needs very little attention. The following simple stepswil

Page 10 - How to use your dryer

18If something goes wrongFirst, don’t panic! There may be nothing wrong at all. Look for yourproblem below, then check the things we suggest. More oft

Page 11 - Sorting your laundry

If it still won’t work...Spare partsDisposal of your productIf something is still wrong with your machine after you’ve been throughthe check-list on t

Page 12 - Wash Care Labels

2Your Fresh Air DryerConventional tumble dryers work by gently tumbling the load from thewashing machine. The load is tumbled in a current of warm ai

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General Domestic Appliances Ltd, Peterborough, PE2 9JB. PRINTED BY SIMLEX FOUR ASHES, WOLVERHAMPTON. August 2002 Part No. 0766200070-02Key ContactsS

Page 14 - To remove the filter

ContentsPageIntroduction 2For your safety 4-5Electrical Requirements 6Features - Get to know the main parts of your Dryer 7Where to put and vent your

Page 15 - The Controls

4For your safetyNEVER ● Allow children to play with or otherwise interfere with the dryer.NEVER ● Allow the air inlet at the back of the dry

Page 16 - Guide to Drying Times

5For your safetyALWAYS ● When the dryer is not in use, switch off at the wall, remove plug and close the door. ALWAYS ● Comply with the specified el

Page 17 - Caring for your Dryer

6Electrical RequirementsSupplyChangingthe fuseMoulded plugChangingthe plugRewirable plugChanging the mains cableWARNING: This appliance must be earthe

Page 18 - If something goes wrong

7Features - Get to know the main parts of your dryerModel andserial numbersNOTE: if your dryer is new wipe out theinside of the drum before you first

Page 19 - Disposal of your product

8Where to put and vent your dryerYour Tumble Dryer should NOT be located adjacent to a gas hobcooker, heater, or eye level grill as flames from the bu

Page 20 - Key Contacts

9Where to put and vent your dryerIn conjunction with the vent hose we recommend the use of aWall/Window Vent Kit, part number 1740853. These are avail

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