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MODEL AND SERIAL
NUMBER PLATE
LINT SCREEN
DRYERDRUM
WASHERCONTROLS
DRYERCONTROLS
WASHERLID LATCH
OPTIONAL EXHAUST
OUTLET
LINT FILTER
(Not Shown)
BASKET
AGITATOR
TUB
Remove the Consumer
Buy Guide label. It will be
easier to remove before the
washeredryer is used.
You should wipe out the
washer basket and dryer
drum with a damp cloth before using to remove dust
from storing or shipping.
Copy your Model and Serial Numbers here
When you need service or call
with a question, have this information ready:
1. Complete Model and Serial
Numbers (from the plate located
as shown).
2. Purchase date from sales slip.
Copy this information in these
spaces. Keep this book, your warranty and sales slip together in a
handy place.
Please complete and mail
the Owner Registration Card
turnlshed with thls product.
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Model Number
Serial Number
Purchase Date
Service Company
Phone Number
Contents
PARTS AND FEATURES
BEFOREUSING YOUR
WASHER*DRYER .
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
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WASHER OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS . . .
Starting Your Washer
What Happens in Each
Cycle
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OTHER OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
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For a Rinse and Spin .
For a Drain and Spin
For a Soak or Pre-Wash
Cleaning the Lint Filter
DRYER OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS . .
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Starting Your Dryer
Automatic Cycles
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Timed Drying
Selecting a Cycle
Gentle Heat
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DRYING TIPS .
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FLUFFAIR Setting
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TUMBLEPRESS@
Setting .
Mixed Loads .
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Drying Times . .
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Automatic DRI-MISER@
Control
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LINT SCREEN
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LINT REMOVAL.
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CARING FOR YOUR
WASHER-DRYER . .
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Cleaning Dryer Interior .
Vacation Care . .
Winterizing
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IF YOU NEED SERVICE OR
ASSISTANCE
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WASHER WARRANTY . . .
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Before using your
THIN TWIN* washeredryer
For best washing and drying results, you must take some very important
steps before, during and after each load:
1. Prepare and sort each load for washing, (see your “Laundry Guide”).
2. Measure and add detergent or soap to washer, [see your “Laundry
Guide”].
3. Load the washer properly, (see your “Laundry Guide”].
4. Select the water temperature, load size and cycle recommended for
the fabrics before starting the washer, (see pages 6 and 7).
5. Add other laundry aids to the washer according to instructions,
[see your “Laundry Guide”).
6. Properly sort the load for drying, (see your “Laundry Guide”).
7. Select the right drying cycle and time for the fabrics, (see pages 14-16).
8. Remove and hang or fold items lmmedlately after drying.
Important safety instructions
WARNING - To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or
injury to persons when using your washer/dryer, follow
basic precautions, including the following:
Read these laundry Instructions for important use and
safety information before using your washer/dryer.
NEVER wash or dry items cleanec,
wasned, soaked in or spotted with wax,
paint, gasoline, or flammaole fluids in
the washer. The fumes can create c
FIRE HAZARD or EXPLOSION. ALWAYS
hand launder and air dry fabrics corstaining these materials.
NEVER allow children to operate, pla;
wrth, or crawl inside the washer/dryer
Close supervision of children is necec-sary when the washer/dryer
is usea
near children.
When discarding an old washerlaryer,
ALWAYS remove the lid and door To
prevent accidental entrapmer-t
NEVERreach into the washer/dryer unt:!
all the motion stops. If the lid ISopened
while the washer basket is spinning, the
basket will automatically stop in a feM
secondi.
DO NOT install or store washer/dryer
where it will be exposed to the weather.
DO NOT tamper with the controls.
You are personally
responsible
for
making sure that your washer/dryer is
Installed,
repaired
and parts replaced by a qualified person.
NEVER use or store flammable fluids
(dry cleaning solvents, gasoline, kerosene) in or near your washer/dryer. Do
not add flammable fluids to the wash
water, The substances give off vapors
that can create a FIRE HAZARD or
EXPLOSION.
use only dryer fabric softeners specifically labeled as not being harmful to
the dryer
FIRE HAZARD and DAMAGE to materials can result from:
* drying rubber, rubber-like and heat
sensitive materials with heat.
. allowing lint to build-up inside the
dryer or exhaust system - cleaning
should be done by a qualified
person.
Clean lint screen before or after each
load.
WARNING: If hot water has not been
used recently (usually two weeks or
longer], hydrogen gases may build up
in the water heater and the hot water
pipes. HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE.
To prevent injury or damage, before
using your washer, turn on all hot water
faucets and allow water to run for several minutes. This will allow gases to escape. Do not smoke or use any open
flame near the faucet while it is open.
DO NOT let dust, paper, rags, chemicals, etc. pile up around or under the
washer/dryer.
The washer/dryer must be electrically
grounded.
See the “Installation
Instructions:
- SAVE THESEINSTRUCTIONS -
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Additional
Safety
Instructions
ALWAYS shut off the gas valve before
leaving on vacation.
unplug the power supply cord
before attempting to service the washer/dryer. Shut off GAS VALVE if yours is a
gas dryer.
ALWAYS
and Your Responsibilities
NEVER operate the washer/dryer
l it IS not working
right
l it is damaged.
l parts are missing.
9 all panels are not in place.
if...
You are personally
responsible
for
l FOR YOUR SAFETYl
making sure that your washer/dryer:
IF YOU SMELL GAS:
l is properly
maintained.
1. OPEN WINDOWS.
l is properly
installed
and leveled in a
2. DON’T TOUCH ELECTRICALSWITCHES.
well ventilated room on a floor that
3. EXTINGUISHANY OPEN FLAME.
can support the weight.*
4. IMMEDIATELYCALL YOUR GAS
l is located
in an area where the temSUPPLIER.
perature
is above
45°F (7.2”C)
because...
DO NOT machine wash glass fiber
-the dryer will not operate properly
materials, Small particles can stick to
at cold temperatures.
fabrics washed in following
loads
and cause skin irritation.
- freezing temperatures can damage the washer.
HAZARDOUS FUMES can be formed if
l is connected
to the proper electrical
chlorine bleach is used in the same
supply, outlet, water supply, plumbing
wash as ammonia or acids such as vinfixtures, drain, and dryer exhausting
egar or rust remover.
svstem.*
ALWAYS store detergent, laundry aids l is’ not installed against drapes or
and other materials in a cool, dry
curtains.’
place where children can’t reach them l is used only for jobs normally ex- in a locked cabinet if possible.
pected of home automatic washer/
dryers.
ALWAYS read and follow instructions
on packages of detergent and laundry
‘Refer to the “Installation Instructions”
aids - especially
warnings
and
for complete information.
precautions.
Washer operating instructions
Starting Your Washer
Be sure to measure and add detergent, then place
a sorted load in the washer before starting it.
1 . Select
a LOAD
SIZE
Turn the knob to point at a setting
that describes the size of load you
want to wash.
l The washer can be set for EX
SMALL, MEDIUM or LARGE loads.
Select the water level that
matches the load size.
See your “Laundry Guide” for details
on load sizes.
l
2
Select
. WATER TEMPERATURES
Match the wash water temperature
to the type of fabrics and soils being
washed.
Recommended wash temperatures
can be found in your “Laundry
Guide.”
l
LOAD SIZES AND WATER LEVELS
For best cleaning results, the
load must be able to move freely
in the water. Too big a load or
too little water can cause wear
or tearing of load items.
CAUTION:
DO NOT
OVERLOAD WASHER
LARGE
(11.3galJ42.7 L)*
MED
:
(8.5 galJ32.1 L)’
2siiT
EX SMALL
(5.6 gal.Bl.2L)’
*Approximate
fill with load.
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3.
Select CYCLE and WASH TIME;
Start the washer
A. Push in the Control Knob and
turn it to the right. It must be
pushed in and turned only
clockwise.
6. Stop on a number in the cycle
you want. The numbers are minutes of wash time. The drawing
shows 8 minutes of agitation in
the REGULARNORMAL Cycle.
C. Start the washer by pulling out
D. To stop the washer at any time,
the control knob. The washer
will fill to the level you set with
wash water of the selected
temperature. After filling, the
washer will agitate for the
selected number of minutes.
push in the Control Knob. To
restart the washer, pull out the
Control Knob.
What Happens in Each Cycle*
Each cycle has different agitation and spin speeds designed for different
kinds of fabrics. Numbers on the dial in each cycle are the minutes of WASH
agitation time.
When the Cycle Control Knob is set to a number and pulled out, the
washer fills before agitation and timing starts. After agitation starts, the knob
REGULAR HEAVY Cycle
A cycle for sturdily constructed fabrics that are
heavily soiled.
REGULAR NORMAL
Cycle
A cycle for sturdily constructed fabrics that are
moderately soiled.
PERMANENT PRESS Cycle
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WASH
8
Minutes
Low
Speed
REFILL
A special cycle with the
necessary cool-down
rinse which helps keep
wrinkles from setting
into Permanent Press and
some synthetic fabrics.
8
COOL
DOWN
turns clockwise until it points to OFF and the cycle ends.
NOTE: You may hear the sound of water spraying during the spin parts of
some cycles. In some cycles, cold water is sprayed on the spinning load to
help with the rinsing.
Genlie
Wash System
For better fabric care in the REGULARand PERMANENTPRESScycles, the
agitation speed is reduced during the last few minutes of wash time.
RINSE
Low
Speed
RINSE
LOW
Speed
NOTE: Always use cold rinse water
for permanent press fabrics.
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KNITS/GENTLE Cycle
A cycle that gently washes
and spins delicate items
and washable knits.
Alndicates the machine is pausing
for a brief soak period.
SOAK and PRE-WASH Cycles
Brief periods of agitation
and soak time help remove
heavy soils and certain
stains that need extra
pretreatment. Use recommended amount of detergent. The SOAK Cycle
should always be followed by a Wash Cycle.
SUPER WASH Cycle
Use for washing heavily
soiled loads that require
maximum soil removal.
Double the amount of
detergent recommended when uslng
the SUPERWASH
Cycle.
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1 Pre-wash
setting
begins here.
(See page 121.
Special care is needed when soaking or pre-washing
See your “Laundry Guide” for proper use of this cycle.
laundry
After the Partial Drain, the
washer automatically refills
and goes in the REGULAR/HEAVY
Cycle. Be sure to use enough
detergent for the double wash.
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Other operating instructions
For a rinse and spin
For a drain and spin
You may need an extra rinse and
spin for heavily soiled loads which
need more detergent. (Extra
detergent can require an extra rinse.)
1. Push Control Knob in.
2. Turn clockwise to any l on the
dial. See above drawing.
3. Pull Control Knob out. The washer
will fill to selected level; agitate 2
minutes; drain and spin.
Your washer can be set to drain
and spin out water.
1. Push Control Knob in.
2. Turn clockwise to the bar just
before the OFF area in any cycle.
See above drawing.
3. Pull Control Knob out. The washer
will drain and spin.
For agltatlon
and spin speeds In each cycle, see pages S-11.
For a soak or pre-wash
For best results, use warm water
for soaking or prewashing stained
laundry. Hot water can set stalns.
1. Use recommended amount of
detergent or pre-soa k product.
2. Push Control Knob in.
3. Turn clockwise to point at a
number in the SOAK or PREWASH Cycle.
4. Pull Control Knob out. The washer
will start.
5. When the cycle is over, add detergent for the next selected wash
cycle. The SOAK Cycle should
always be followed by a Wash
Cycle.
Important: See addlftonal care
lnformatlon In your “Laundry
Guide!’
To start the soak or pm-wash with agitation, the Cycle Control
Knob must point to a number.
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Cleaning the lint filter
Clean filter after every load for best
filtering results. NOTE: The load type
will vary the amount of lint build-up.
To clean:
1. Lift off the agitator barrel.
2. Wash or wipe the filter clean in the
bottom of the agitator barrel. The
filter is not removable.
3. Replace the agitator barrel and
snap into place.
Dryer operating instructions
Starting Your Dryer
Before starting your dryer, be sure laundry is sorted and loaded
properly, (see your “Laundry Guide”]. Be sure the door is tightly closed.
1.
Select CYCLE and TIME
Turn the Control Knob either way
to point to the time setting you
want in the cycle you want.
2
n
Push the START Button
The dryer will start fumbling
when you push the STARTButton.
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3.
To Stop and
Restart the Dryer
4.
Changing
the Setting
The setting can be changed at any
time by turning the Control Knob
to a new setting.
The Cycle Control Knob should
polnf to an OFF area when the dryer Is
not Is use. If the dryer Is stopped
before the cycle Is finlshed, turn the
Cycle Control Knob to an OFF area.
To stop, open the door (or turn
the Control Knob to the OFF area).
To restart, close the door and
push the STARTButton.
The automatic cycles
The automatic cycles allow you
to select the degree of dryness you
prefer for the clothes being dried.
The Cycle Control Knob will not
move until the clothes load is
almost dry, or the COOL-DOWN
portion of the cycle has been
reached. After COOL-DOWN, the
knob automatically moves to an
OFF area and tumbling stops.
Use
AUTOMATIC
REGULARto
dry heavy
and mediumweight cotton items. The load fumbles
wlfhout heat during the last 5 minutes.
This heIDS make the load easier to
Use
AUTOMATIC
PERMANENT
PRESSto dry
permanent
press, knits and other synthetic fabrics.
The load tumbles wlfhout heat durlng
the last 10 mlnutes. This helps keep
wrinkles from setting in, and makes the
load easier to handle.
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For the first few loads, set the Control
Knob to point to an * in either automatic cycle. When the dryer stops,
feel the dried items.
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l
If Items are drier than you like, use a
setting to the right if the * the next
time you dry a similar load.
If items are not as dry as you like,
use a setting to the left of the * the
next time you dry a similar load.
Tied
drying
Use the TIMED DRYING Cycles for
any load you want to dry by time.
l Turn the Control Knob to the number
of minutes you want-from 10 to 50.
l The last 10 minutes of this cycle
are
without heat - a cool-down time.
This helps make the load easier to
handle.
Selecting a Cycle
SUGGESTED
CYCLE
TYPEOF LOAD
COTTON - Unens
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EXTRAHEAW - Bedspreads, mattress pads, qullts
HEAVYWEIGHTFABRICS-Towels, jeans, corduroys,
workclothes......................................
MEDIUMWEIGHT COTTONS-Sheets, pillowcases,
cotton underwear, diapers. . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . .
LIGHTWEIGHTCOTTONS - Batlstes, organdies, lingerle
AUTOMATIC
REGULAR
PERMANENT PRESS,SVNTH~ICS AND BLENDS
HEAVYWEIGHTFABRICS-Work clothes, Jackets,
mlncoats.........................................
MEDIUMWEIGHT FABRICS-Shirts, play clothes,
sheets,slacks.....................................
LIGHTWEIGHTFABRICS- Llngerie, blouses, dresses . . . .
AUTOMATIC
PERMANENT
PRESS
KNITS
HEAVYWEIGHT- Cottons, myons, blends, T-shirts,
slacks,shirts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LIGHTWEIGHT- Synthetics (polyester, acrylic, etc.)
and blends, Ilngerle, blouses, dresses . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AUTOMATIC
PERMANENT
PRESS
LIGHTWEIGHT AND DELICATE FABRICS
Sheer Curtalns (2 or 3 panels) . . . .
...
Gauze, lace, etc. . . . . . . . . . . .
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.......
. .......
RUBBER,PLASTIC, HEAT-SENSITIVEFABRICS
FCAM RUBBER- Pillows, bras, stuffed toys . . . . . . . . . . . .
PLASTIC- Shower curtatns, tablecloths . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OLEFIN,POLYPROPYLENE,
SHEERNYLON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AUTOMATIC
PBRI;IsENT
FLUFFAIR
20 MIN.
20 MIN.
15-20 MIN.
Gentle Heat
The dryer automatically reduces the heating settings in the automatic
cycles. During the last few minutes of these cycles the dryer gradually
reduces to a lower heat setting. This helps prevent overdrying.
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Drying tips
The dryer does not heat when the
Control Knob is set on FLUFFAIR. This
setting can be used to fluff bedding,
plastic tablecloths, foam rubber
pillows, stuffed toys, sneakers, etc.
TUMBLE PRESS” Setting
The TUMBLEPRESSsetting
removes wrinkles from dry clothing
such as items that may have been
packed in a suitcase, closet, or items
not removed from the dryer.
The load will tumble in heated air
for 10 minutes. The heat shuts off and
the dryer continues to tumble the load
for 5 more minutes.
For best results, TUMBLEPRESS
only a few items at a time. Put them
on hangers or fold them as soon as the
dryer stops.
Mixed loads
When drying a load with different
kinds and weights of fabrics, use
the cycle suggested for the lightest
fabrics. When the dryer stops, ’
remove dry items and reset the
control.
To help reduce wrinkles, take the
load from the dryer as soon as
tumbling stops. This is very
important for permanent press,
knits and other synthetic fabrics.
Automatic DRY-MISER”
Control
Drying times
Drying times will vary depending on:
amount of moisture in the clothes.
l type and weight
of the fabric.
l size of the load.
l room temperature
around the
dryer.
l temperature
of the wash rinse
water.
l amount of lint in the lint screen.
l dryer temperature
selection.
l
See your “Laundry Guide” for more
information.
The thermostat senses the air temperature. The dryer automatically
dff when the selected dryness is reached.
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shuts
Lint screen
Clean the lint screen before each load. A screen blocked by lint
can increase drying time and may be a FIREHAZARD.
The lint screen is
inside the dryer
drum, on theback wall.
1. Use the finger
holes to pull
the .lint. .screen
.
srralgnr OUT.
2. Lightly
squeeze the
body, as
shown, while
pulling the
cover off.
3. Roll lint off the
screen with
your fingers.
Squeeze body ;
DO NOT rinse
pull cover off.
or wash the
screen. Wet lint is hard to remove,
4. Replace the cover on the body of
the lint screen.
5. Push the lint screen straight back
in until it clicks into place.
Lint removal
Lint can gather inside the dryer and create a FIRE HAZARD. This lint
should be removed at least every 2 to 3 years, or more often, depending
on dryer usage.
Box
Heat Element Terminals
ELECTRICDRYERS
Cleaning
should
GAS DRYERS
be done only by a qualified
WARNING:
l Avoid
electrical shock
hazard - unplug power
supply cord or turn off
0
electrical power.
l Avoid
InJury or damage - do not
put hands inside cabinet.
l Make sure dryer is cool.
person.
1. Remove back panel from dryer.
2. Avoid touching wires and
thermostats.
3. Remove lint from shaded area see art- with a soft brush or
vacuum cleaner.
4. Replace back panel, reconnect
and relevel the washer/dryer.
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Caring for your washeredryer
Sharp or heavy objects should
never be put on or in the washer or
dryer. Check pockets for bolts,
When not washing, keep both water
faucets turned off. This takes the pressure off the water inlet valve and
hoses.
Never
soak
l soak
l soak
0 soak
l
use the washer to...
for more than 2 hours.
with chlorine bleach.
with vinegar or other acids.
or store urine soaked clothes,
Some pretreatment products
can damage dials, consoles and finish.
Do not use these products on or near
your washer or dryer.
Cleaning dryer interior
Never leave or store wet, damp or
dry laundry in your washer or dryer.
Garments which contain unstable
dyes, such as denim blue jeans or
brightly colored cotton items, may
discolor the dryer interior. If the
interior is discolored, clean with one
of the following methods to avoid
staining later load items.
After washing, use a soft dry cloth
to wipe the outside and inside dry.
Leave washer lid up until the basket
is dry Wipe up all spills. Spills
allowed to remain may dull or damage
the finish.
Remove loose and sharp objects
from pockets and cuffs before washing
or drying - pins, buckles, etc. Close
metal zippers.
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Powdered laundry detergent and
very warm water
Make a paste with detergent and
very warm water. Apply paste to
a soft cloth and scrub area until
all excess dye is removed. Wipe
thoroughly with a damp cloth
Tumble a load of rags-ORliquid spmy household cleaner
Spray on stained area. Rub with
a cloth until all excess dye is
removed. Tumble a load of rags.
Vacation care
1. Turn off both water faucets to
take pressure off inlet valves
and hoses.
2. Unplug power supply cord or
turn off electrical power supply.
3. Clean lint screen and lint filter.
Winterizing
Install and store your washer/dryer where it won’t freeze. Because
some water stays in the washer, freezing can damage it. If your washer/
dryer is stored or moved during freezing weather, winterize it.
1. Shut off both water
faucets. Disconnect
and drain water
inlet hoses.
To use the washer
2. Put a quart of R.V
or automobile type
antifreeze in the
basket.
again...
1. Flush water pipes and hoses.
2. Reconnect water inlet hoses.
3. Turn on both water faucets.
3. Run washer on a
drain and spin setting (see page 12)
for about 30 seconds
to mix antifreeze
and water.
4. Run the washer
through a
complete cycle
with one cup of
detergent to clean
out the antifreeze.
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If you need service or assistance,
we suggest you follow these five steps:
1. Before calling for
assistance...
The drain hose should not fit tightly in
the drain pipe.
l Make
sure that the Cycle Control
Knob is pointing to a number in the
cycle.
Make sure the dmln hose Is hlgher
than the wafer level in the washer. If
if Isnt..
l The washer
may seem to be draining during wash and rinse cycles.
l Water can siphon out. (See “lnstallation Instructions:‘)
If your washer stops durlng a cycle:
l Remember,
the washer pauses
briefly at different times in each cycle. These pauses are normal.
If your dryer does not run or heat:
l Is the power
supply cord plugged
into a live circuit with the proper
voltage?
l Is the door closed
tightly?
l Did you push START?
l Have
you checked your home’s
main fuses or circuit breaker box?
l The FLUFF
AIR setting is without heat.
l The last minutes of heat settings are
without heat. See page 14.
l Is the gas turned
on? If not, turn the
Control Knob to OFF. Turn on gas.
Wait 5 minutes. Reset controls and
start.
If drying ffmes seem too long:
l
Performance problems often result
from little things you can find and fix
yourself without tools of any kind.
If your washer does not till:
Is the power supply cord plugged
into a live circuit with the proper
voltage?
l Are both water faucets open?
l Have
you checked your home’s
main fuses or circuit breaker box?
l Are the water supply
hoses kinked?
l Is the Cycle
Control Knob set and
pulled out?
If your washer does not spin:
l Is the lid closed?
l Is the power
supply cord plugged
into a live circuit with the Drover
l
Have you checked your home’s
main fuses or circuit breaker box?
If your washer dmlns af the wrong
flme:
l The drain hose should be at least 28
Inches above the floor and secured.
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l
l
l
Is the lint screen clean? See page 17
of this book for cleaning instructions.
See page 16 of this book and your
“Laundry Guide:’
2.
If you need
assistance?..
Call Whirlpool COOL-LINE” servIce assistance telephone number.
Dial free from anywhere In the U.S.:
l-800-253-1301
and talk with one of our trained Consultants. The Consultant can instruct
you in how to obtain satisfactory
operation from your appliance or, if
service is necessary, recommend a
qualified service company in your
area.
3. If you need service?..
Whirlpool has a
nationwide network
of franchised TECHCARE’ Service Companies, TECH-CARE
service technicians
are trained to fulfill the product
warranty and provide after-warranty
service, anywhere in the United States.
To locate TECH-CAREservice in your
area, call our COOL-LINE service assistance telephone number (see Step 2) or
look in your telephone directory Yellow
Pages under:
4.
If you have a
problem?..
Call our COOL-LINE service assistance telephone number (see Step
2) and talk with one of our Consultants,
or if you prefer, write to:
Mr. Robert Stanley
Division Vice President
Whirlpool Corporation
2000 M-63
Benton Harbor, Ml 49022
5. If you need FSP”
replacement parts?. .
FSP is a registered trademark of
Whirlpool Corporation
for quality
parts. look for this symbol of quality
whenever you need a replacement
part for your Whirlpool appliance. FSP
replacement parts will fit right and
work right, because they are made to
the same exacting
specifications
used to build every new Whirlpool
appliance.
‘If you must call or write, please provide: model number, serial number,
date of purchase, and a complete
description of the problem. This information is needed in order to better
respond
to your request
for
assistance.
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WHIRLPOOL” “THIN TWIN”
WARRANTY
LENGTH OF WARRANTY
FULL ONE-YEAR
WARRANTY
From Date of Purchase
LIMITED FOUR-YEAR
WARRANTY
Second Through Fifth Year
From Date of Purchase
WHIRLPOOL
1 WHIRLPOOL
WILL PAY FOR
-
FSP@replacement
parts and repair laborto
correct defects in materials or workmanship.
Service must be provided by a franchised
TECH-CARE@service company.
FSP@replacement
parts for any part of
gearcase assembly if defective in materials
or workmanship. The gearcase assembly is
shown below.
WlLL NOT PAY FOR
A. Service calls to:
B.
C.
D.
1.
1. Correct the installation of the washer/dryer.
2. Instruct you how to use the washer/dryer.
3. Replace house fuses or correct house wiring or plumbing.
4. Replace Ilght bulbs.
Repairs when washer/dryer is used in other than normal, single-family
household use.
Pick up and delivery. This product is designed to be repaired in
the home.
Damage to washer/dryer caused by accident, misuse, fire, flood, acts
of God or use of products not approved by Whirlpool.
Any labor costs durlng the llmited warranty.
WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE LIABLEFOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
Incidental or consequential
damages so thls llmitation or exclusion may
not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rlghts which vary from state to state.
Outside the United States, a different warranty may apply. For details, please
contact your authorized Whirlpool distributor or milftary exchange.
GEARCASE ASSEMBLY
COVERED BY YOUR
WARRANTY
Part No. 3388935
01987 Whirlpool Corporation
Printed in U.S.A.