Burning smell
Dryer is overloaded causing the motor to overheat. Do not load the dryer more than half full.

Lint build up on element due to dryer being run for extended periods of time with a blocked filter or restricted air flow. Recommend the dryer has a service to clean out any build up of fluff and lint.                         
Cabinet very hot
Dryer is overloaded. As the load dries it fluffs up and if too many articles are in the load it will restrict the air flow. Do not load the dryer more than half full.

Lint filter is blocked. Clean the filter. The filter MUST be cleaned after every load.

If fitted the duct/vent system could be restricting the airflow causing heat build up. The duct/vent length should not be longer than what is listed in the user manual and should be as straight as possible. If length is OK check the duct for blockages eg. build up of lint and make sure the outlet is not blocked.  
Cant reset the safety switch / safety thermostat
Button not pushed in far enough or hard enough to reset the contacts. Use pen to push button.

Dryer is still too hot. Wait at least 10 minutes before pushing the button. 
Clothes creased
Clothes left in too long after cycle is finished. Remove clothes immediately after cycle is finished or if available use the anti crease option.

Dryer is overloaded. Do not load the dryer more than half full.

Dryer stopped before it reached the cool down period. If possible advance the dryer to the cool down segment before stopping it and removing the load.

Articles in load made of inappropriate material. Check label and see if item is suitable for tumble drying.

Sharp items on clothes in load. Close zippers and stud fasteners. Secure loose belts and strings.
Clothes not tumbling
Dryer is overloaded. As the load dries it fluffs up and if too many articles are in the load it will restrict the movement. Do not load the dryer more than half full.
Clothes not dry
Air intake is blocked or restricted. Check intake is free from any restrictions eg lint build up. Dryer too close to the wall. Curtains blowing or being sucked over intake. Where applicable the safety reset switch / thermostat may have to be reset.

Dryer installed in a confined area (eg cupboard) causing inadequate ventilation. The dryer re-breathes its own moist exhaust air. Reposition dryer or improve ventilation eg use a duct system. If applicable fit a vent kit available through spare parts.

Dryer is overloaded. As the load dries it fluffs up and if too many articles are in the load it will restrict the air flow. Do not load the dryer more than half full.

Drying time too short. Select a longer time especially if room temperature is below 5°C or there is high humidity.

Exhaust outlet is blocked or restricted. Check outlet for blockage or restriction and rectify. Where applicable the safety reset switch / thermostat may have to be reset.

If fitted the duct/vent system could be restricting the airflow. The duct/vent length should not be longer than what is listed in the user manual and should be as straight as possible. If length is OK check the duct for blockages eg. build up of lint and make sure the outlet is not blocked.

Lint filter is blocked causing disruption to the airflow. Clean the filter. The filter MUST be cleaned after every load.

Wrong temperature setting used. Use higher temperature setting. Airing setting does not use any heat while bulky loads like towels will require the hottest setting.
Clothes too hard
Clothes over dried. Shorter drying time required.

Detergent left in clothes due to poor rinsing or over sudsing. Use less detergent or different rinse option. To remove excess detergent from clothes wash without detergent but with a water softener.                         
Cycle taking too long
This is normal compared to some older model dryers due to different wattage elements . A new dryer has a lower wattage element to make it gentler on new fabrics. It also makes the dryer more energy efficient.
Lint on clothes
Air flow through dryer restricted. Check air intake and exhaust outlet are free from any restrictions eg lint build up. Dryer too close to the wall. Curtains blowing or being sucked over intake.
Not heating
Program in cool down period. There is a period at the end of the program where the clothes are tumbled without the heater being on. This lets the clothes cool down to reduce creasing.

Temperature control set wrong or wrong program selected. Select a heat setting / program that uses the heater, not an airing setting.                         
Not heating enough
This is normal compared to some older model dryers due to different wattage elements . A new dryer has a lower wattage element to make it gentler on new fabrics. It also makes the dryer more energy efficient.
Not working
Delay start set (if available). Cancel delay start.

Door not fully closed. Firmly close the door.

No electricity supply through the power point. Check power point with a small appliance that you know works.

Power not switched on. 
Not working after reset button pushed
Button not pushed in far enough to reset the contacts. Use pen etc to push button.

Dryer is still too hot. Wait at least 10 minutes before pushing the button. 
Not working / stopped
A blocked lint filter has caused the dryer to overheat and the safety cut out switch / thermostat to operate. Lint filter is blocked. Clean the filter. The filter MUST be cleaned after every load. On models with a red button on the front panel near the door latch, push the button to reset safety switch / thermostat.

Restricted airflow has caused the dryer to overheat and the safety cut out switch / thermostat to operate. Check air intake and exhaust outlet are free from any restrictions eg lint build up. Dryer too close to the wall. Curtains blowing or being sucked over intake. On models with a red button on the front panel near the door latch, push the button to reset safety switch / thermostat.

If fitted the duct / vent system could be restricting the airflow causing the dryer to overheat and the safety cut out switch / thermostat to operate . The duct/vent length should not be longer than what is listed in the user manual and should be as straight as possible. If length is OK check the duct for blockages eg. build up of lint and make sure the outlet is not blocked.

Overloading has caused the dryer to overheat and the safety cut out switch / thermostat to operate. As the load dries it fluffs up and if too many articles are in the load it will restrict the air flow. Do not load the dryer more than half full. On models with a red button on the front panel near the door latch, push the button to reset safety switch / thermostat. 
Clean the filter light on - selected models
This light is only a reminder to clean the lint filter and it appears at the end of the program. Lint filter MUST be cleaned after every use.
Condensation / water on walls
Inadequate ventilation. Improve ventilation by opening a door and / or window or use a duct system. If applicable fit a vent kit, available through spare parts.
Noisy - scraping noise
Bra wire caught in drum holes. Turn the dryer off at the power outlet and if bra wire is visible remove with pliers.
Noisy
Dryer not level when installed. If wall mounted make sure levelling spacer(s) are fitted.
Rattling noise / clunking noise
Belt buckle or similar item in drum eg coin, screw etc. Do up buckle or remove object.