Condenser Tumble Dryer Whirlpool AZB 868

Whirlpool AZB-8680

Condenser Tumble Dryer – 8kg with 6th SENSE© Technology AZB 8680

Whirlpool AZB-8680

Whirlpool AZB-8680

 

Download  Whirlpool AZB 868  program chart in PDF format: program-table-AZB-868

 

Download  Whirlpool AZB 868   Instruction for Usein PDF format: IU-AZB-868-EN

 

8kg Condenser Tumble Dryer with 9 Programmes, LED Display, Remaining Time indicator, and 6th SENSE© technology to save you time, energy and money, and a great-looking black screen door.

  • MAIN FEATURES

    • Drying time selector   No
    • Blocked filter indicator   Yes
    • Full tank indicator   Yes
    • Interior light   No
    • Start delay options   Continuous
    • Vent hose   No
    • Reverse tumble action   Yes
    • Start delay time max. (h)   12
    • Removable work top   No
    • Load Capacity   8
    • Adjustable feet   Yes – all
  • TECHNICAL DETAILS

    • Connection rating (W)   2700
    • Length of electrical supply cord (cm)   150
    • Current (A)   13
    • Depth of the product   632
    • Depth of the packed product   666
    • Height of the product   845
    • Height of the packed product   875
    • Noise level (dB(A) re 1 pW)   70
    • Gross weight (kg)   42
    • Net weight (kg)   40
    • Width of the product   596
    • Width of the packed product   640
    • Construction Type   Free-standing
  • PERFORMANCES

    • Energy consumption kWh cotton cupboard dry 50% moisture (1400rpm spinning)   3.96
    • Energy consumption kWh cotton cupboard dry 60% moisture (1000pm spinning)   4.48
    • Energy consumption kWh cotton iron dry 50% moisture (1400rpm spinning)   3.25
    • Energy consumption kWh cotton iron dry 60% moisture (1000rpm spinning)   3.68
    • Energy consumption kWh synthetics cupboard dry 50% moisture (1000rpm spinning)   2
    • Energy Class   B

 

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3 thoughts on “Condenser Tumble Dryer Whirlpool AZB 868”

  1. My Whirlpool 6th Sense condenser tumble drier never dries items completely, even when I use the “extra dry” mode. Is this normal?

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