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IMPORTANT
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING -- To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury to persons
For your safety, the information in this
manual must be followed to minimize
when using your appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following:
the risk of fire or explosion or to prevent property damage, personal injury
or death.
,
Read all instructionsbefore using the
,
appliance.
-Do not store or use gasoline or other
,
previously cleaned in, washed in,
-WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
Do not try to light any appliance.
•
Do not touch any electrical switch.
•
Do not use any phone in your
•
Do not install or store this appliance
where it will be exposed to the
weather.
7.
Do not tamper with controls.
8.
Do not repair or replace any part of
building.
material on which you have used
a cleaning solvent, or which is sat-
the appliance or attempt any servic-
Clear the room, building or area of
urated with flammable liquids or
solids, should not be placed in the
in published user-repair instructions
dryer, until all traces of these
skills to carry out.
Immediately call your gas supplier
from a neighbor's phone.
flammable liquids or solids and
their fumes have been removed.
Follow
the gas supplier's instructions.
•
6.
line, dry-cleaning solvents, other
flammable or explosive substances as they give off vapors
that could ignite or explode. Any
Do not reach into the appliance if the
drum is moving.
soaked in, or spotted with gaso-
all occupants.
•
,
a. Do not dry items that have been
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
•
door to the drying compartment.
To avoid the possibility of fire or
explosion:
flammable vapors and liquids in the
Beforethe appliance is removedfrom
service or discarded, remove the
There are many highly flammable
items used in homes, such as:
If you cannot reach your gas suppli-
acetone,denatured alcohol, gaso-
er, call the fire department.
Installation and service must be per-
line, kerosene, some liquid household cleaners, some spot
formed by a qualified installer, service
removers, turpentine, waxes and
wax removers.
agency or the gas supplier.
b,
Items containing foam rubber
(may be labeled latex foam) or
similarly textured rubber-like
materials must not be dried on a
heat setting. Foam rubber materials when heated, can under certain circumstances producefire by
spontaneous combustion.
,
Do not allow children to play on or in
the appliance. Close supervision of
children is necessary when the appliance is used near children.
ing unless specifically recommended
that you understand and have the
9.
Do not use fabric softeners or products to eliminate static unless recommended for dryer use by the manufacturer of the fabric softener or product.
10. Clean the lint screen before or after
each load.
11. Keep the area around the exhaust
opening and surrounding areas free
from lint accumulation, dust and dirt.
12. The interior of the dryer and exhaust
duct should be cleaned periodically
by qualified service personnel.
13. This appliance must be properly
grounded. Never plug the appliance
cord into a receptacle which is not
grounded adequately and in accordance with local and national codes.
See
installation
instructions
for
grounding this appliance.
14. Do not sit on top of the clothes dryer.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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Do not place into your dryer itemsthat have been spottedor soaked with vegetable
The California Safe Drinking Water and
oil or cooking oil. Even after being washed, these items may contain significant
Toxic EnforcementAct of 1986 (Proposition
amountsof these oils. The remaining oil can ignite spontaneously. The potential
65) requires the Governor of California to
for spontaneous ignition increases when the items containing vegetable oil or
publish a list of substances known to the
State of California to cause cancer or repro-
cooking oil are exposed to heat. Heat sources, such as your clothes dryer, can
ductive harm, and requires businesses to
warm these items, allowing an oxidation reaction in the oil to occur. Oxidation cre-
warn customers of potential exposures to
ates heat. If this heat cannot escape, the items can become hot enough to catch
fire. Piling, stackingor storing these kinds of items may prevent heat from escaping and can create a fire hazard.
such substances.
Users of this appliance are hereby warned
that the burning of gas can result in lowlevel exposure to some of the listed sub-
All washed and unwashed fabrics that contain vegetable oil or cooking oil can be
dangerous. Washing these items in hot water with extra detergent will reduce, but
stances, including benzene, formaldehyde
and soot, due primarily to the incomplete
combustion of natural gas or liquid petrole-
will not eliminate,the hazard. Always use the "cool down" cycle for these items to
um (LP) fuels. Exhaust ducts should be kept
reduce the items' temperature. Never remove these items from the clothes dryer
free of obstructions and properly exhausted
hot or interrupt the drying cycle until the items have run through the "cool down"
dryers will minimize exposure.
cycle. Never pile or stack these items when they are hot.
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DRYER
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I WARNING
--Plastic
or nonmetal
flexible
du_
presents
a potential
fire ha_ardl
DO
D!
Read the installation
instructionsand the
DO
user'sguide.
Letyourdryer
exhausttheair easily.
Use 4 inchdiameter
rigidmetalduct.Tapeall joints,
includingat the dryer.Neveruse
lint-trappingscrews.
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DO
Cleanall old ducts
beforeinstallingyour
newdryer.Be surevent
flapopensand closesfreely.
Inspectand cleantheexhaust
systemannually.
DO
Keepductruns
as straightas
possible.
DON'T
Let a poor
exhaustsystem
causeslowdrying.
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DON'T
Restrictyourdryerwith a poorexhaust
system.
DON'T
Use longerthannecessaryduct runs
with manyelbows.
DON'T
Use plastic,thinfoil, or
non-metalflexibleduct.
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Allowcrushedor cloggedducts
and vent.
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TIPS
NOTE:
CLEAN
THE
LINT
FILTER
•
After each load.
•
To shorten drying time.
•
To operate more efficiently.
Do not operatethe
dryerwithout the lint
filter in place.
ADD
A FABRIC
SOFTENER
SHEET
(IfDESIRED)
LOAD
THE
DRYER
PROPERLY
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By placing only one wash load in the
dryer at a time.
Avoid very small loads or mixing
•
After loading the dryer.
•
To control static cling.
•
Before the load becomes warm. This
heavyweight and lightweightclothes.
When only one or two articles need
helps prevent greasy-looking softener
stains.
drying, add a few similar items to
improve tumbling and drying efficiency.
And remove any used softener sheets
When drying large, bulky items such
from the dryer to prevent greasy-look-
as a blanket or comforter, it may be
ing softener stains.
necessary to repositionthe load during
the cycle to ensure even drying.
CHECK
THE
MOISTURE
MONITOR
MOISTURE MONITOR
Indicator lights in the moisture monitor will
display when an IntelliDry cycle is in operation. The top light will blink on and off. As
loads dry, there will be longer pauses
MORE
LESS
between each blink. No lights will display
during Time Dry or Air Fluff.
The bottom light in the monitor will remain
on until the cool down portion of the cycle
starts. During cool down the dryer continues to tumble the load in unheated air to
help minimize wrinkling.
NOTE: The top monitor light
may not blink when small loads
of heavy,bulky items are dried,
such as rugs or sweaters.
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COFtTflOLS
ATAGLAF!CE
SELECT
CYCLE
INTELLIDRY WRINKLE FREE FABRICS
WITH PRESS CARE automatically senses the mois-
INTELLIDRY REGULAR automatically
ture in the load and shuts off when the selected dryness
level is reached.This cycle is designedfor loads such as tow-
level is reached. It minimizes wrinkles of synthetic fabrics
els, underwear, t-shirts, jeans, etc. Set the control to the
such as acrylic, nylon, polyester or blends by providing an
desired dryness level (MORE DRY - LESS DRY).The line
unheated cool-down period at the end of the cycle. Simply
between MORE DRY and LESS DRY is the initial preferred
set the control to the desired dryness level (MORE DRY -
setting for the majority of loads.
senses the
moisture in the load and shuts off when the selected dryness
LESS DRY).The line between MORE DRY and LESS DRY
is the initial preferred setting for the majority of loads.
INTELLIDRY
OFF
PRESS
MoREDRY REGULAR
CARE
LESS DRY
OFF
COOL DOWN
OFF
LESS DRY
5O
'NTELLIDRY
WRINKLE
MORE
FREE
F A B R IC S
WITH
PRESS
DRY
CARE
TIME
OFF
WRINKLE
_o
RELEASE
BI1Y[:t,
AIR
DRY/
FLU
FF
DAMP DRY
WRINKLE RELEASE wilt release
TIME DRY/AIR FLUFF
wrinkles from items that are clean and dry
selected for any load if the IntelliDry sensor
but slightly wrinkled, such as from a crowded closet, packed suitcase or from sitting in
the dryer too long after the end of the cycle.
It provides 10 minutes of heated tumbling
and 5 minutes of cool down tumbling without heat.
DRYELFABRICCARE is designed
for use on dry clean only fabrics in combi-
system is not desired, Set the control to the
desired number of minutes.
nation with Dryel Dry Clean Only Fabric
Care product. Placing the control dial
arrow at the DRYEL line will provide the
optimal amount of time needed to properly use Dryel. (For more information on
DAMP DRY is designedto "partially"
using the Dryel cycle, see page 7.)
dry items. It provides approximately 20
minutes of heated tumbling and 5 minutes
of cool down tumbling without heat,
NOTE: The dial can be turned in either direction to select a cycle. Once started, the dial will not advance at a specific rate during the IntelliDry cycles. At first the dial may not advance at all. Toward the end of the cycle (when the
load begins to dry) the dial will advance at a more regular rate and much more quickly.This is normal operation.
S
may be
SELECT
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE
REGULAR - for sturdy cottons or those
labeled "TumbleDry".
REGULAR
MEDIUM - for permanent press, synthetics,
lightweight cottons or items labeled "Tumble
MEDIUM
Dry Medium".
DELICATE - for heat sensitive items labeled
DELICATE
AIR FLUFF
"TumbleDry Low" or "TumbleDry Warm".
AIR FLUFF - tumbles without heat. Used for
sensitive loads or items needing freshening.
SELECT
OPTIONS
EXTRA LOW TEMP ON* -
overrides the
Regular, Mediumor Delicatetemperatureselec-
OPTIONS
tions, providing the lowest heated dry temperature possible. EXTRA LOWTEMP temperature
is lower than DELICATE.(EXTRA LOWTEMP
ON
will not overridethe AIR FLUFF setting).
LOW
EXTRA LOWTEMP OFF - allows for full tem-
EXTRA
TEMP
EXTRA
LOW TEMP
OFF
perature range of Regularthrough Delicate.
ON
PRESS CARE ON - provides approximately20
PRESS CARE
minutes of tumbling in unheated air after the
Wrinkle Free Fabrics cycle to further minimize
OFF
*The EXTRA LOW TEMP light will illuminate when the EXTRA LOWTEMP
ON option is selected with Regular,
wrinkling.
PRESS CARE OFF - cancels the additional
Medium or Delicate temperatures.
tumbling in unheated air.
END
OFCYCLE
SIGFIAL
Shortly before the cycle is
complete, an audible signal
will sound. If the Press Care
PRESS
START
Push this button to start the dryer.The dryer
CHIME
START
door must be shut for the dryer to operate.
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ON
option has been selected,
the audible signal will sound
If the door is opened during the cycle, the
start button must be pushed again to
OFF
resume the cycle once the door is closed.
intermittently during the cool
down portion of Press Care.
The signal can be turned off if desired.
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DRY[R
WITH
DRYEL
Setting
the Controls
for Dryel Fabric Care:
TEMPERATURE
Set the temperaturefor Regular heat.
DO NOT select Air Fluff or the Extra
REGULAR
i
Low Temp On option.
MEDIUM
DELICATE
AIR FLUFF
Set the control dial at the Dryel line.
INTELLIDRY
OFF
MOREDRY
REGULAR
PRESS CARE
LESS DRY
OFF
COOL
DOWN
bOFF
LESS DRY
60
5O
INTELLIDRY
MORE DRY
WRINKLE
FREE
FABRICS
WITH
Press Start
PRESS
CARE
Button
For Best Performance:
• Refer to the Dryel instructions for proper use.
• Items in the bag must tumble. Place no more than 3
to 4 items in the bag at one time.
• Do not mix colors or fabrics when using Dryel.
Immediately at the end of the cycle, remove
garments from the Dryel bag. Hang the garments
while still warm and slightly damp to minimize
wrinkles.
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lo
WRINKLE
RELEASE
DR_EL
DAMP DRY
TIME
DRY/
AIR FLUFF
CARE
AND
CLEANING
Control Panel - clean with a soft, damp
cloth. Do not use abrasive substances.
stain or cleaning substance. Once these
Dryer Exhaust System -
steps are done, stains may still be visible,
inspected and cleaned once a year to
but should not transfer to subsequent
loads.
maintain optimum performance.The outside exhaust hood should be cleaned
Tumbler - remove any stains such as
crayon, ink pen or fabric dye (from new
items such as towels or jeans) with an
more frequently to ensure proper opera-
Cabinet - wipe off any marks with soap
and water.
all-purpose cleaner. Then tumble old
should be
tion. (Refer to the Installation Instructions
for more information.)
towels or rags to remove any excess
REPIACIHG
TIlE
DRUM
LIGHT
Instructions for replacing the bulb:
7) Replace lens cover by hooking plastic
4) Rotate bulb counter-clockwise to
remove from socket.
1) Unplug or disconnect the dryer from
the electrical power supply.
tabs into tumbler front below the light
housing.
5) Replace the bulb with a 120 volt, 10
8) Reinstallthe screw into the lens cover
screw hole.
watt maximum candelabra base light
bulb.
2) Open
the door and use a Phillips
screwdriver to remove the screw
attaching the lens to the tumbler
front.
9) Reconnect dryer to power supply.
6) Turn the light bulb clockwise into
socket.
3) Remove lens cover by pulling cover
toward center of tumbler.
REVERSIHG
THE
DOOR
Directions for reversingthe dryer door:
1) Remove the hinge hole covers and
screws.
2) While supporting the door, remove 2
4) Move the following parts to the oppo-
Screw the lower hinge screw in first.
site side of the door: 2 hinges and 4
This will help to align the door and
hinge screws, 4 door screws, door
strike and screw, inner door cover
hinges.
6) Replace the hinge hole covers to the
plate and screw.
screws in the hinges that secure the
S) Attach the door to the
hinges to the cabinet.
opposite side.
opposite side
of the cabinet using the 2 counter
3) Remove door by lifting slightly at the
sunk hinge screws. (See below).
hinges and pulling the hinge tabs out
of the hinge slots.
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SPECIAL
LAUNDRY
TIPS
Pleasefollow the care label or manufacturer'sinstructionsfor drying special items. If care label instructions are not available,
use the following information as a guide.
Avoid Dryer Drying...
• FiberglassItems(curtains,draperies,etc.)
• Woolens, unless recommendedon the label....
Bedspreads
& Comforters
Blankets
•
Vegetableor cookingoil soakeditems.(See pg2)
•
Follow the care label instructions or dry on the Regular cycle.
•
Be sure the item is thoroughly dry before using or storing.
•
May require repositioning to ensure even drying.
•
Dry only one blanket at a time for best tumbling action.
o Be sure the item is thoroughly dry before using or storing.
Curtains
•
Use the Wrinkle Free Fabrics cycle to help minimize wrinkling.
& Draperies
•
Dry these in small loads for best results and remove as soon as possible.
Cloth Diapers
o Use the Regular cycle for soft, fluffy diapers.
Down-filled Items
•
Use the Regular cycle and a delicate temperature setting.
(jackets, sleeping bags,
•
Place a clean pair of sneakers in the dryer with the item to fluff the down comforters,
etc. Adding a couple of dry towels shortens dry time and absorbs moisture.
•
DO NOT dry on a heat setting. Use the Time Dry/Air Fluff (no-heat) cycle.
comforters, etc.)
Foam Rubber
(rug backs, stuffed toys,
WARNING - Drying a rubber item with heat may damage it or pose a fire hazard.
certain shoulder pads, etc.)
Pillows
•
Use the Regular cycle.
•
Add a couple of dry towels and a pair of clean sneakers to help the tumbling action and
to fluff the item.
o DO NOT dryer-dry kapok or foam pillows.
Plastics
(shower curtains, outdoor
•
furniture covers, etc.)
Use the Time Dry/Air Fluff cycle on a Delicate or Air Fluff temperature depending on the
care label instructions.
DRYER
RACK
The drying rack allows you to dry items that
To Use Rack:
you don't want to tumble dry; for example,
sneakers, washable sweaters,stuffed toys or
pillows,etc.
1. Open dryer door.
2. Position drying rack in tumbler with the
two extension wires toward you. These
wires will brace the rack against the
front surface of the tumbler. Legs will
rest on front ledge and at back of drum.
,
Place wet items on the rack, leaving
space between them so air can reach all
surfaces.
,
Close dryer door.
The rack remains stationary, but the drum
rotates. (Make sure nothing hangs over the
edges of the rack.)
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5. Use the Time Dry cycle. Select time
according to moisture and weight of
item. Push the Start button. It may be
necessary to reset the timer if a longer
drying time is needed.
To Remove Rack:
1. Open dryer door.
2. Lift rack straight up and out.
*Warning:Whendryingfoamrubber,plastic, or rubberwith heat,it is possiblethey
willsufferdamageandcould leadto a fire
hazard,
BEFORE
YOU
CALL
CHECKTHESEPOINTSIF YOURCLOTHESDRYER...
DOESN'T RUN
•
Be sure the door is latched shut.
•
Be sure the power cord is plugged
into a live electrical outlet.
•
Check the home's circuit breaker and
•
•
Check that the washer is draining
DRIES UNEVENLY
properly to extract adequate water
from the load.
,
heavy areas may not be completely
Clothes load is too small to tumble
dry when the rest of the load has
properly. Add a few towels.
reached the selected dryness level.
This is normal. Select the "More Dry"
fuses.
•
Press the Start button again if the
IS NOISY
door is opened during the cycle.
•
DOESN'T HEAT
Seams, pockets and other similar
Check the load for objects such as
coins, loose buttons, nails, etc.
setting if desired.
•
If one heavy item is dried with a lightweight load, such as one towel with
Removepromptly.
sheets, it is possible that the heavy
fuses.
tt is normal to hear the dryer gas
valve or heating element cycle on
item will not be completely dry when
the rest of the load has reached the
•
Select a heat setting, not Air-Fluff.
and off during the drying cycle.
selected dryness level. Sort heavy
•
On a gas dryer, check that the gas
items from lightweight items for best
•
supply is on.
Clean the lint filter and exhaust duct.
Be sure the dryer is leveled properly
as outlined in the installationmanual.
•
Dryer timer may have moved into the
•
Check the home's circuit breaker and
cool-down portion of the cycle.
DOESN'T DRY
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check all of the above, plus...
Be sure the exhaust hood at the outside of the home can open and close
Be sure the rubber feet are installed
on the leveling legs.
HAS AN ODOR
A clicking noise may be the timer
•
•
•
ing, varnishing, strong cleaners, etc.
It is normal for the dryer to hum due
to the high velocity of air moving
may enter the dryer with the surround-
through the dryer drum and exhaust
dryer draws the air from the room,
system.
heats it, pulls it through the tumbler
and exhausts it to the outside. When
•
ing room air. This is normal as the
Check exhaust system for lint build-
CONTROL KNOB ADVANCES
these odors are present in the air, ven-
up. Ducting should be inspected and
SLOWLY
tilate the roomcompletely before using
cleaned annually.
•
the dryer.
Use 4" rigid metal exhaust duct.
Do not overload. 1 Wash load = 1
Dryer load.
•
Household odors such as from paint-
advancing.
freely.
•
drying results.
Sort heavy items from lightweight
items.
This is normal operation for an
IntelliDry cycle, especially at the
beginning of the cycle. Once the load
begins to dry, the control knob will
start to advance. The rate of
advancement will be slow at the
comforters may require repositioning
beginning of the cycle because there
is more moisture in the load. As the
to ensure even drying.
load becomes more dry, the control
Large, bulky items like blankets or
knob will advance more quickly.
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CLOTHES
DRYEP,
wArlzAI4TY
TORE(EIYE
WArrANTY
SErVI(E
Full One Year Warranty
For one (1) year from the date of original retail
purchase, any part which fails in normal home
use will be repaired or replaced free of charge.
Limited Warranty
After the first year from date of original retail
purchase,through the time periods listed below,
the parts designated below which fail in normal
home use will be repaired or replaced free of
charge for the part itself, with the owner paying
all other costs, including labor, mileage and
transportation.
Second Year - All parts.
Third through Fifth Year - Dryer tumbler.
Additional Limited Warranty Against RustThrough
Should an exterior cabinet, including the door,
rust through during the one year period starting
from the date of retail purchase, repair or
replacement will be made free of charge. After
the first and through the tenth year, repair or
replacement will be made free of charge for the
part itself, with the owner paying all other costs,
including labor, mileage and transportation.
Please Note: This full warranty and the limited
warranty apply when the dryer is located in the
United States or Canada. Dryers located elsewhere are covered by the limited warranty only,
including parts which fail during the first two
years.
Canadian Residents
TOlocate an authorized service company in your area contact the Maytag dealer from whom your appliance was purchased;or call Maytag Appliances Sales
Company, Maytag Customer Assistance at the number listed below. Should
you not receive satisfactory warranty service, please call or write:
IVlaytagAppliances Sales Company
Attn: CAIR'_'Center
RO. Box 2370
Cleveland,TN 37320-2370
U.S. 1-800-688-9900
Canada 1-800-688-2002
U.S.customers using TTY for deaf, hearing impaired or
speech impaired, call 1-800-688-2080.
When contacting Maytag Appliances Sales Company, Maytag Customer
Assistance about a service problem, please include the following:
a. Your name, address and telephone number;
b. Model number and serial number (found on the lower center of the
door opening) of your appliance;
c. Name and address of your dealer and the date the appliance was
purchased;
d. A clear description of the problem you are having.
e. Proof of purchase.
WHAT
ISNOT
COVERED
BYTHESE
WARRANTIES:
1. Conditions and damages resulting from any of the following:
a. Improper installation, delivery, or maintenance.
b. Any repair, modification, alteration or adjustment not authorized by the
manufacturer or an authorized servicer.
c. Misuse, abuse, accidents, or unreasonable use.
d. Incorrect electric current, voltage or supply.
e. Improper setting of any control.
2. Warranties are void if the original serial numbers have been removed,
altered, or cannot be readily determined.
3. Light bulb.
This warranty covers only those dryers installed
in Canada that have been listed with the
4. Products purchased for commercial or industrial use.
Canadian Standards Association unless the
5. The cost of service or service call to:
a. Correct installation errors.
dryers are brought into Canada due to transfer
of residencefrom the United States to Canada.
The specific warranties expressed above are
the ONLYwarranties provided by the manufacturer. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights that
b. Instruct the user on proper use of the product.
c. Transport the appliance to the servicer.
6. Consequential or incidental damages sustained by any person as a result
of any breach of these warranties.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental damages, so the above exclusion may not apply.
vary from state to state.
User'sGuides, service manuals and parts catalogs are availablefrom
MaytagAppliances Sales Company, Maytag Customer Assistance.
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MAYTAG
• 403 W. 4'"Street N. • P.O. Box 39 • Newton, Iowa 50208