Just reading the downloaded instructions for use for a current model
Bosch tumble dryer. Contains this paragraph:
Risk of fire. Laundry may catch fire.
If you cancel the programme, you must
remove the laundry items and spread
them out so that the heat can disperse.
My question, if this is serious and not just arse-covering, surely the
laundry could catch fire if there is a power cut. That being the case,
and the fact many/most power cuts are not predicted (nor predictable),
wouldn't we have to run back to the house to spread the laundry out
whenever there is a power cut and we are using the dryer?
Have no intention of going out with it running, but given the home
connect feature, it is obviously what Bosch are expecting people to do.