Whirlpool LT7000XTM0 Service manual

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IMPORTANT
Installer: Leave Installation
Instructions
with the homeowner.
Homeowner: Keep Installation Instructions
for future reference.
Save Installation Instructions for local
electrical
inspector’s use.
Part No. 3389584 Rev. C
Large Capacity Thin Twin
Washer Dryer
120/240 Volt
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Before
YOU
start-e-
Check locofion where
washer/dryer WIII be Installed
Proper Installation 1syour
responslbllity Moke sure you
hove everyihlng necessary for
correct lnstollotlon
Important:
govermng
nrdinancns
observe all
coaes and
Check
llmlt or
ciornes
moblle
Contact
Grounded eleclrical outlet
ISrequired See Electrlcol
requIremen&
code requirements. Some codes
do no1 permit the lnsfallaflon of
aryers In garages. closets.
homes and sleeplna auarlers.
your local bullbln~ltispector
provide water pressure
Of 5-100 PSI
Untape and
open washer lid.
Remove pockages
and hoses from
washer.
Slondpipe drain system
needs a tie-inch diameter
stondpipe with mInImum
carry-bwoy capoclty of
I? gallons per minute. Top
of s.ondpipe must be at
least 34 Inches high
ona
than
_ ^ no higher
,
12 lncnes rrom rIoor
Floor drain system
requires o siphon
break. Port No
285320. ovollable
from Whirlpool
outhorized ports
dGr!butors
Waler heater: set to deliver
140°F water to the washer
Laundry tub drain
system: needs at least o
20.gallon laundry tub
Top of tub must be at
least 34 Inches high and
no higher than 72
inches from floor
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Dryer may be
exhoustedfrom
the rear or left or
right side.
Exhoustlng through
the side requires
Port NO. 3391335
See Exhaust
requirements.
Panel 8.
SEE RECESSED AREA
INSTRUCTIONS ON
BACK COVER.
If o longer drain hose is
needed, droin hose Part No
388423. and hose extension
kit Part No. 285442. are
available from Whirlpool
outhorzed parts distributors
vel floor: maximum slope
under washer/dryer.
I inch
’ Supporl: floor must be sturdy enough
to suppori washer/dryer weight. with
water and clothes. of 500 pounds
Fire Hazard
Do Not use or slore gosoline,
polni. Ihinners and other
flammable materials near
washer/dryer.
Fumes lrom
such materials could result in
fire or explosion.
. Never install washer/dryer
against draperies or curtains or
on carpet. To do so may result
in a fire.
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Keep any and all ilems from
falling or collecting behind the
washer/dryer.
Failure to do so
may result in a fire.
. Replace all access panels
before operating washer/
dryer. Failure to do so may
result in 0 fire or electrical
shock.
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Tools and
materials needed
for installatfon
EIectrhI
requirements
Electrlcal Shock Hazard
. Electrical ground is required on
this product.
. Improper connection oi the
equipment-grounding
conductor
can result in electrical shock.
. Check with a qualified
electrician if you are in doubt OS
to whether the appliance is
properly grounded.
s Do Not modifv the Dower SUDDIV
cord plug. If ii will riot fit the ’ ’
outlet, have a proper outlet
rnstalled by a qualified
electrician. Modifying the power
supply cord plug could result in
electrical shock.
- Use a new JO-ampere power
supply cord kit. Do Not reuse an
old power supply cord. Possible
electrical shock or fire hazard
could occur if old power supply
cord is used.
v Do Nol use an extensron cord
with thus appliance.
Such use
may result in a fire, electrical
shock or other personal injury.
B Do Not have a luse in Ihe neutral
or grounding circuit. This could
result in electrical shock.
1. A three-wire, single phase, 120/240
volt. 60 Hz. AC only electrical supply
(or three-wire, 120/208 volt r
specified on nameplate) is required
on a separate 30ampere circuit.
fused on both sides of the line
(timedelay
fuse or circuit breaker Is
recommended).
Panel
A
Polentlal product
Damage
Do Not store or
operate washerldryec
below 32°F tsome
water may remain in
washer).
Propef operation
reauires temaeratures
abbe 45OF. ‘See Use d
Care Guide for
‘Winteridng”
information.
Failure lo lollow above
may resull in freeze
damage.
Localion: should be large
enough to open dryer
door at least 90”. See
back cover for Recessed
and closet instollotion
instructions and Product
dimensions.
2. This washer/
dryer Is equipped
with a three-wire,
Damp
rated
flexible-type
power supply
cord (pIgtoil)
with neutrol
wire connected
to the cabinet.
3
Where local
1~ePtOCle
codes permit. It
Figure I
must be plugged
in to a mating Damp
receptacle
(NEMA type 103oR). See Figure 1.
3. IF THE POWER SUPPLY CORD IS
REMOVED. THE WASHER/DRYER MUST
BE CONNECTED WITH l&GAUGE
MINIMUM COPPER WIRE ONLY.
See Ponel F and G. Atternate
electrlcal connectlon. for detailed
instructions.
4. The power supply cord (pIgtail)
can be removed and the appliance
con be connected
directly to an
individuol. X-ampere
fuse circuit
breaker box through flexible
ormored or non-m&allic
sheathed,
l@oauoe minimum coDDer cable.
It isihe~ersonal
respar%bil#y and
obligation of the customer to
contact a quollfled electricion to
assure that the electrical lnstollatlon
is adequate and is in conformance
with National Electrtcal Code ANSI/
NFPA 7Blatest editlon and local
codes and ordinances. Allow slack
in the line between the wall ond the
appliance so that 5 can be moved if
servicing Is ever necessary. A U.L.listed stroln relief must be provided
at each end of the power supply
cable (at the oppllonce and at the
iunction box).
Four-inch Rrgid Metal Pipe 15preferred
Plan instollal!on to use ihe lewest
number of elbows and IurnS
5. For four -wire insiollation the threewire power supply cord must be
removed and the oppl~ance wiring
must be revised. The appltance
cabinet must not be grounded to
the neutral terminot. but must be
connected to the Qroundrng wire
(green) of power s6pply cord See
Panel G. Alternate electrical
connection
- Mobile home
installation, for detailed instructions.
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Figure 2
When 0 four-wire receptacle of
NEMA Type 14-3X is used (see
Figure 2). a matching 120/240 volt
minimum. S&ampere. U.L.-listed
dryer power supply cordkii(pigtail)
must be used. This cord contains
four No.-10 copper conductors
with ring terminals or spade
terminals wtth upturned ends on
dryer end terminating in CI NEMA
Type 14-3DP plug on supply end
The fourth (grounding) conductor
must be identified by a green or
green/yellow cover and the neutral
conductor by o white cover. Cord
should be Type SRD or SRDT. with
U.L.-lied strain relief and be at
least four feet long. The power
supply cord and strain relief ore
not prov-kded with the washer/dryer.
Exhaust
requfrements
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Melal flexible duct must be fully
extended and supported when the
drver
,~ b in its final oosttion. DO NOT
KINK OR CRUSH THE DUCT. The metal
flexible duct must be completely
open to allow adequate exhaust air
to flow.
Allow OSmuch room OS possible
when using elbows or making turns
Bend duct gradually to avoid kinkIng. Remove excess flexible duct to
&oid sagging and
kinking that may
resutl in reduced
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An Exhaust hood
should cap the
exhaust duct to
prevent exhausted iii.!k
air from returning
into dryer. The outlet of the hood
must be at least 12’ from the ground
or any object that mov be in the
path of the exhaust
The exhaust duct
can be routed up.
down. left, right or
straight out the back
of the washer/dryer.
Space requirements ore provided on
the back cover of Installation
Instructions and on the tear panel 01
the washer/dryer.
Exhausting the
dryer through
the side of the
washer/dryer
requires the
use of Side
Exhaust. Part
No. 3391335.
Follow kit
installation
instructions for
proper exhaust
installation.
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Moximum tength of the exhaust
system depends upon the type of
duct used; number of elbows and
the tvoe of exhaust hood. The
maximum length for both rigid and
flexible duct is shown in chart
4-inch outtet hood is preferred.
However, ct 2-l/2 inch outlet exhaust
hood may be used. A 2-l/2 inch
outlet creates greater back pressure
than other hood types.
Fire Hazard
Exhausting your dryer indoors is
not recommended.
The moisture
ond linl indoors moy ccruse:
. FIRE HAZARD lrom lint
collected in dryer;
. Moisture domoge to
woodwork, furniture. point.
woltpaper. carpet. etc.;
* Housecleaning
problems.
possibte health problems.
Failure to follow Me above
precaution could result in fire
domage or personal injury.
Fire Hazard
Do Not use non-metal, flexible
duct.
l Do Not use metal duel smaller
ihan four inches in diomeler.
l Do Not use exhaust
hoods wilh
magnetic latches.
Improper air supply for exhousling
may resull in a fire.
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Check that exhaust system is
not longer than specified.
Exhaust syslems longer than
specilied wrll:
Accumulate
lint.
Shorten the life of the producl.
Reduce performance ond
result in longer drying limes
and increased energy usage.
Failure to follow spectficotions
may result in 0 fire.
If the washer/dryer is inslolled in o
confined area such as o bedroom.
bathroom, or closet. it must be
exhausted to the outside and
provision musl be made for enough
air for combustion and ventilation.
Check governing codes and
ordinances. Also refer to the
Recessed and closet installation
instructions on
the bock cover.
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. Do Not exhaust dryer into o
chimney. furnace cold ok duct,
otttc or CrowI space, or any
other duct used for venting
l Clean the exhaust
syslem every
other yeor.
l Do Not install llexible
duct under
wall. ceiling or lloor moleriols.
Accumulated
lint could resull rn o
lire or cause moisture damage.
Use duct lope
to seal all joints
Panel
B
Mobile
For Exhausl systems not covered by
the exhaust length chart, see
Whirlpool Service Manual.
Exhoustina Whirlpool DrverL Pari
No 603197 wallable from vow
Service check: The back pressure in
any exhaust system used must not
exceed 0.6 inches of water column
measured with on incline
manometer at the point that the
exhaust duct connects to the dryer.
Exhausting the dryer outside is
recommended.
A closet installation
must be exhausted outsde
Recessed instollatlon that is’not
exhausted outside must use Exhaust
Deflector Part NO. 694609 available
from your Whirlpool dealer. See
Recessed and closet installation
instructions on the back cover for
odequote unobstructed oir opening
reauirements.
home installation
This appliance is suitable for mobile
home installations The installation of
the washer/dryer
must conform to
the Monufoctured
Home Construction
and Safety Standard.
Trtle 24 CFR. Port
3280 (formerly the
Federal Standard
for Mobile Homes
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Construction and
Safety. Title 24.
HUD Port 280.
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1975) or the
latest edition
Mobile home exhaust requirements:
The washer/dryer must have an
outside exhaust. If the dryer is
exhausted ihrough the floor and the
Oreo under the mobile home is
enclosed, the exhaust system must
terminate outside the enclosed
orea. Extension beyond the
enclosure WIII prevent lint and
moisture buildup under the mobile
home.
6.
Now Start.. .
with washer/dryer
area.
in laundry
Personal Injury Hazard
More than one person is
required to WI, tilt or move the
washer/dryer because of its
weight and size. Failure IO
lollow these instructions may
result in personal injury.
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Truck only from the rear to prevent
product damage.
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Pull the yellow St&ping strap
completely oui of the washer/dryec.
3
Remove label that covers the
, yellow shipping strop. Pull to
Completely remove the Shipping strap
from the inside of the washer/dryer.
Slide nozzle end
of drain hose
through the
small ‘laop” in
the wire form
Wrap the hook
end of the wire
form around the
drain hose to
form a “hookshape.
Do Not force excess length 01 drain
hose down the standpipe. This could
cause stphantng.
Use new hoses and washers that
came with your washer/dryer.
coupling
washer
4.
Insert a flai washer into each end of
the inlet hoses. Check that washers
are firmly seated in couplings.
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1 wire form
4 flat. water hose washers
1 grounding wire assembly
Remove pork
from pOCkOQe.
Check that 011parts were
’ included.
2
valve openino
tfirst. Then. second hose
to top inlet valve. Tighten couplings
bv hand: then use Dliers to make an
abditionol two-thirds turn.
7
Put ‘hook’ end of drain
. hose into laundry tub or
stondpipe. Estimate length of drain
hose needed when washer/dryer
is
in finol Dosition. If drain hose is too
long - remove clamp ond coupling
Cut flexible end of hose. (Do not
cut hook-shaped end of drain hose.)
Push and twist coupling securely
onto drain hose. (You should feel
top of drain hose through coupling.)
Slide clamp over coupling and hose.
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9.
17.
Pull the
yellow
shipping
shop with 3
cotterpins
completely
out
of washer/dryer
Install wire
form on drain
hose.
6. 16.
10.
Numbers
correspond
to steps.
Panel
C
Insert comer posts or other type of
suoaorl6 inches tram lett lea. Do
Ndt’insed comer posts or otlier
support In the center of the
washer/dryer.
Place hose clamp over washer
drain connector.
Push coupling
end of drain hose onto washer
connector.
Use pliers to open
clamp and slide clamp over drain
hose. Check for QOOd fii.
14
If it is not level, carefully
n tilt washerldrver
backward until front of washer/
dryer Is 3-4 inches off of floor. Insert
4 comer posts under washer/dryer
about 6 Inches from the left leg.
Loosen nuts on each front leg.
Adjust the front legs up or down.
Titt washerldwer
bockword and
remove comer posts. Gently lower
the washer/dryer to the floor.
Repeat Step 13. If it is still not level,
repeat Step 14 and then Step 13
until washer/dryer is level.
Potential Floor Damage
Slide washer/dryer onto
cardboard or hardboard before
moving across floor. Failure to do
so may cause damage lo floor
covering.
9
It you have room to work
from either side ot the
washer/dryer, move washer/dryer
close to final position so you can
easily complete the following steps
Go to Step 10.
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If you are worklng In a closet or
recessed area, move the washer/
dryer into its final position and
remove cardboard or hardboard
from under washer/dryer,
Remove
crccess panel bv removina three
Phillips-head screws and one
bumper. located at the top of the
access panel. Set panel. screws
and bumper aside. (See Step 17.
Panel D.) Complete the following
steps through the access area.
17
If you did not remove the
access panel in Step 9.
do so by removing three Phillipshead screws and one bumper.
located at the top of the access
panel. Set panel. screws and
bumper aside.
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18
Determine the length of
n exhaust duct that is
needed to connect the drver to
the exhaust hood (see Exhbust
requirements. Panel 6). Connect
exhaust duct to the washer/dryer
and then to the exhaust hood.
nuts on front legs UP tightly against
washer/dryer base. If nuts are not
tight against washer/dryer base, the
washer/dryer may vibrate.
.
to seal all joints.
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CHECK ELECTRICAL
. REQUIREMENTS. BE SURE
YOU HAVE CORRECT ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY AND RECOMMENDED
GROUNDING METHOD. Check the
Installation Instructions to see that
you have completed each step.
Complete any mlssed steps before
you continue.
10
Put “hook’ end of droin
n hose back in laundry tub or
stondpipe. Check for proper length
of drain hose. If drain hose is too
Iona. disconnect and repeat Steps
7 &id 8.
11
Before attaching water Inlet hoses,
run water through both faucets into
o bucket. This will get rld of particles
in water lines that might clog hoses.
12
Check that all ports ore
now Instatlect. (See
parts Itst, Panel C.) lf there Is an
extra port. go back through steps to
see which step was sklpped.
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Attach bottom hose (inlet
marked “H-) to hot woter
faucet. Attach top hose (inlet
marked ‘CY to cold water faucet.
Tighten the coupling to the faucet
bv hand. Use oliers to make final
Go-thirds turn
Move washer/dryer to its permanent
location. Remove cardboard or
hardboord from under washer/dryer.
13
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Tllt washer/dryer forward
n ralslng back legs 1’ off of
floor to adjust rear. setf-leveling legs.
Gently lower washer/dryer to floor.
Check levelness of the washer/dlyer
bv placlnct a carpenter’s level on
top of th&washdr,-first side to side,
then front to back. If washer/dryer
is level. go to Step 15.
Panel
D
CHECKTHAT
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KINKED AND
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Secure drain hose to tub
or standpipe by wrapplng
the plastic strap around the hose as
shown In Figures A-C. lf draln hose
cannot be dropped in place, tt
must be cut exactly to length so
the ‘hooL’ end is held tighth/ over
the edge of the tub or standpipe
as shown in Figure D.
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22’ -
Check t&t vou removed all the
shipping pIekeS IklUdlnQ the
yellow shipplng strop with tts 3
cotterpins. Dispose of all shlpping
pieces in the proper manner.
It you do nol remove the yetlow
shipping strap, your washer/dryer
may “walk” away Worn Its location.
If washer/dryer
does
operate
properly...
Check
the
foIlowIng
not
to be sure that
I Electric
supply
IS connected
2 House fuse or circuit
breaker
1s
Intact
and light
3 Washer
IId or dryer door IS closed
4 Controls
are set In a runntng
or
“ON’
position
j Dryer start button
has been firmly
pushed
6 Make sure yellow
shippIng
strap
has been completely
removed
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leak;
IS leaking
.
Check
that you
of your tools
have
all
Turn on the water
.
faucets
and check
for
TIghten
the couphngs
If there
25
Replace
the access
panel
Be sure to
tlgh-en
the three PhillIps-head
sue&s
at the top of the access
panel.
Replace
the bumper
under
the :enter
screw.
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Read the Use and Core
.
-to
fully
understand
your new washer/dryer
Plug electrical
cord Into grounded
outle?t
Now start the washer
and
allo~v It to complete
the regular
cyc e
27
Open the dryer door
Check
to be sure the
ht ‘teen
15 in Its proper
position
Wipe out the drum
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Start the dryer and
.
allow It to complete
cycle to make sure It IS working
prop erly
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with
tne
Panel
E
Finally. save all
literature
and keep
washer/dryer
n
a
it
During
normal
business
hours the
Wh~rloool
COOL-LINE”
Service
WIII
answer
any questtons
about
operating
or malntainlng
you,
washer/dryer
not covered
In you!
Ooerailna
Instructions
The
Whirlpool-COOL-LINE*
SewIce
Dial just
number
IS (800) 253-1301
as you normally
dial long distance
the call is free
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Alternate
electrical
connection
Electrical Shock Hazard
. Electrical ground is required on
this appliance.
. Improper conneclion of the
equipment-grounding
conductor line con result in
electrical shock.
. Check with a auakfied
eleclrician if ydu are in doubt
OS to whether Ihe appliance is
properly grounded.
- Do NoI modlly the power
supply cord plug. If it will not fit
the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a aualilied
electrician.
. Use Q new 30-ampere power
supply cord kit. Do Not reuse on
old Dower SUDDIY cord. Possible
electrical shdckgr Rre hazard
could occur It old power supply
cord is used.
. Disconnect the power supply
cord from Ihe electric supply
before making these changes.
Failure to do so may result in
personal injury.
Failure to follows these
inslructions could result in
electrical shock.
This appliance is manufactured
the neutral terminal connected
the cabinet.
with
to
p Ppe
Use grounding wire and clamp
assembly (Part No. 685463) or No.
IC-gauge minimum copper
grounding wire.
No. A
who
Cold
waler
Figure 8
Connect grounding wire to
a grounded cold-water pipe’ with
the clamo and then to the external
grounding connector on the
washer/dryer.
(See Figure 3.) Do not
ground to a gas supply pipe or holwater pipe. Do not connect the
power supply cord to electric
power supply until the appliance
is permanently grounded.
‘Grounded
cold-water
pi e mut have
metol continuify
to &c+rcaf P
ground
and
rubber of
not be interrupted
by lztlc.
0rnel e~~hicaf 1~10 tPng connecton
such OS tlorEs. ntthgs. washer or gaskets
(Includl”~
water meter a pump).
A,,”
ImulaHn
comector
shtid
be
eleCtrIca
lumped
as shown a Ffgwe 7 tim 0 lengm
Of NO. 4 tire securely
Clamped
to bale
metal at both ends.
F
When local
codes.. .
A.
B.
Permit use of a flexible type power
supply cord (pigtail) that comes
equipped with the washer/dryer but
Do Not Permit connecting the
cabinet-grounding
conductor to
the neutral wire of the power supply
cord:
cenlsr
sllvercolorad
lermlnal
tick
screw
and neuhal
we
Groundi
(green WI
“R,
Y.IIOW ShlPeer)
Do Not Permit the use of the flexible
power supply cord equipped with
the washer/dryer and
Permit solid copper power supply
cable and
Permit connecting cabinetgrounding conductor to the neutral
wire of the power supply cable:
Figure 4
Figure 3
1. Disconnect the power supply.
2. Remove terminal block cover.
3. Remove the grounding wire
(green with yellow stripes) from
the external grounding
connector and fasten under
center, silver-colored terminal
block screw. See Figure 3.
4. Connect a separate copper
aroundina wire (NO. IO minimum).
.
See “To c‘bnnect a separate
grounding wire-, Panel F for
detailed instructions.
5. Replace the terminal block
cover.
po;;move
To connect a separate
grounding wire -
Panel
When local
codes.. .
the power supply
1. Disconnect the power supply
2. Remove the terminal block cover
from the dryer.
3. Disconnect the power supply cord
from the termlnol block.
4. Use a screwdriver to loosen the
strain-relief screws.
5. Pull downword on the power
supply cord until it is removed from
the dryer. See Figure 9.
1. Disconnect the power supply.
2. Remove the power cord
equipped with the washer/dryer as
instructed. See ‘To remove the
power supply cord’. Panel F.
3. Install solid copper, power-supply
cable through strain relief.
4. Connect the neutral wire of the
flexible armored or non-metallic
sheathed, solid copper powerSUDDIV cable to the center. silvercdl&d
terminal screw and the
terminal block. Connect the other
wires to the outer teninals.
Tighten
screws firmlv See Fiaure 4. For
plain-end wires. see:Dlrect wlrlng
connection.’
Pcnel F.
5. Replace the terminal block cover,
Direct wiring connectton
1, Strip the outer covering back 3
inches from the end exposing the
three wires.
2. Strip the lnsulatlon back 1 Inch
from the end of each wire. Form
the bare wires into a V-shaped
hook. See Figure 10.
Pblnw7d
wlflng
Figure IO
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3. Loosen, do not remove, screws
from terminal block. Attach wires
according to instructions for type
of connection needed,
4. Slide the end of each wire
under the screw head with the
open side of the screw hook on
the right. ._Squeeze the wire
rogerner To rorm a loop.
5. Tlghten each screw firmly.
6. Tighten strain relief screws
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When local
codes.. .
C.
Do Not Permit the use of the flexible
power SUODIV cord eauiooed with
the wash&/dryer
and’
Permti copper, power-supply cable
and
Do Not Pen-nit connecting
cabinet-grounding
conductor to
the neutral wire of the power
supply cable:
Figure 5
1. Disconnect the power supply.
2. Remove the power supply cord
equipped with the washer/dryer as
instructed. See “To remove the
power supply cord’. Panel F.
3. lnstoll copper, power-supply
cable through strain relief.
4. Remove the grounding wire
(green with yellow stripes) from the
external aroundina connector and
fasten under cent&. silver-colored
terminal block screw.
Panel
G
Mobile home
and four-wire
installation
5. Connect the neutral wire of the
flexible armored or non-metallic
sheathed. copper power-supply
cable to the center, sihrer-colored
terminal screw of the termlnal
block. Connect the other wires to
the outer terminals. Tighten screws
See Figure 5. For plain-end wires,
see ‘Direct wiring connection.’
Panel F.
6. Connect a separate copper
grounding wlre (NO. 10 minimum).
See ‘To connect a separate
grounding wire’, Panel F, for
detailed Instructions
7. Replace the terminal block
cover.
When a four-wire receptacle,
NEMA Type 14-3OR is used. a
matching 120/240 volt minimum,
JOampere.
U.L.-llsted dryer power
supply cord kit(pigtai0 must be
used. This cord contains four, No. 10
copper conductors with ring
terminals or spade terrnlnals with
upturned ends on dryer end
terminating In a NEMA Tvpe 14-30P
plug on supply end.
Groundlng
WI. (green
With
Figure 6
1. Disconnect the power supply.
2. Remove the power supph/ cord
equipped with the washer/dryer
as instructed. See Panel F. ‘To
remove the power supply cord’.
3. Install copper, 4-wlre power
SUDDIV cord or cable throuah strain
reiief.‘Trghten strain relief sc;ews.
4. Remove the grounding wire
(green with yellow stripes) from the
external grounding connector and
fasten under center. sitver-colored
terminal block screw.
5. Connect the aroundina wire
(green with vell6w strip&of
the
copper. Qwire power supply cord
or cable to the external grounding
connector.
6. Connect the neutral (white) of
the power supply cord or cable to
the center. siher-colored terminal
screw of the terminal block.
Connect the other wires to the
O&r termin&. Tighten screws
firmly. See Figure 6. For plain-end
wires, see ‘Direct wiring
connection.’
Panel F.
7. Replace the terminal block
cover.
-.
Recessed and closet
installation
Product dimensions
Recessed, nonexhausted
installation
must use only the rear exhaust
position and Exhaust Deflector Part
instructions
3f
B
NO. 694609.
I
Fire Hazard
l
l
It is recommended
that the dryer
be exhausted
outside. Failure to
do so may result in the risk of tire.
If washer/dryer
is installed in a
closet, the dryer MUST be
exhausted
outside. Failure to do
so may cause a fire.
This washer/dryer may be installed in
a recessed area ar clasd.
The installation spacing l.sIn inches and
Is minimum allowable.
Additional
spacing should be
considered
for ease of Installation,
servicing and compliance
with local
codes and ordinances.
LLi
28
48’
-‘\
i+5
SideWow
Rocossed mea mlnlnwm tnrtdatton spoclng.
Note: tt recessed Instatlalion Is exhausted t0
the side or rear. 6’ must be availabl? above
~gbyashor/dryer
bul all other spactng can
+27-3/C
If closet door is installed, the
minimum unobstructed
air openings
in top’ond bottom is required,
Louvered doors with equivalent
air
Closet
openings are acceptable.
installation must be exhausted.
Other installations must use the
minimum dimensions indicated.
To prevent large amounts of lint and
moisture from accumulating and to
maintain drying efficiency, this
appliance should be exhausted
outdoors.
Front Vtew
T&f1
2
Port No 3389584
0 19po WhIrlpool
Rev C
Corporomn
36.
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A
24 sq In.
f
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Prepared
by Whirlpool
Corporation.
20-l/2
Dmtn
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COPPauATlON
Benton
Harbor.
Mlchlgon
49022
Punted
In U S A