27-Inch Wide - Extra Large Capacity Plus LAUNDRY CENTER

27-Inch Wide - Extra Large Capacity Plus LAUNDRY CENTER
27-Inch Wide - Extra Large Capacity Plus
LAUNDRY CENTER
Washer-
Gas Dryer
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Sears Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
www.sears.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARRANTY
WARRANTY ....................................................................................
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WASHER/DRYER
SAFETY ............................................................
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ..................................................
Tools and Parts ............................................................................
Alternate Parts ..............................................................................
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Location Requirements ...............................................................
Drain System ................................................................................
Electrical Requirements ...............................................................
Gas Supply Requirements ...........................................................
Venting Requirements ..................................................................
Remove Shipping Strap .............................................................
Install Leveling Legs ...................................................................
Connect the Drain Hose .............................................................
Connect the Inlet Hoses .............................................................
Secure the Drain Hose ...............................................................
Plan Vent System .......................................................................
Install Vent System .....................................................................
Level Laundry Center .................................................................
Make Gas Connection ...............................................................
Connect Vent ..............................................................................
Complete Installation .................................................................
FEATURES AND BENEFITS ........................................................
DUAL-ACTION TM Plus Agitator ..................................................
Auto Temp Control .....................................................................
WRINKLE GUARD ®II..................................................................
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TUMBLE FREETM Heated Dryer Rack .......................................
Auto Moisture Sensing ...............................................................
White Porcelain Wash Basket ....................................................
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Three-Speed Motor ....................................................................
WASHER USE ...............................................................................
Star_ing Your Washer .................................................................
Cycles .........................................................................................
Rinse and Spin ...........................................................................
Drain and Spin ............................................................................
Understanding Washer Cycles ..................................................
Normal Sounds ..........................................................................
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LAUNDRY TIPS ............................................................................
Loading .......................................................................................
DRYER USE ..................................................................................
Sta_ing Your Dryer .....................................................................
Stopping and Restarting ............................................................
Loading .......................................................................................
Drying, Cycle and Temperature Tips .........................................
Cycles .........................................................................................
TUMBLE FREETM Heated Dryer Rack .......................................
LAUNDRY CENTER CARE ..........................................................
Cleaning Your Washer ...............................................................
Water Inlet Hoses .......................................................................
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Cleaning the Lint Screen ............................................................
Cleaning the Dryer Interior .........................................................
Removing Accumulated Lint ......................................................
Vacation, Storage, and Moving Care .........................................
Changing the Drum Light ...........................................................
TROUBLESHOOTING WASHER .................................................
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TROUBLESHOOTING
DRYER ....................................................
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WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL ....................................................
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Full One-Year Warranty on Mechanical and Electrical Parts
For one year from the date of purchase, when this laundry center
is installed and operated according to the instructions provided in
the Owner's Manual, Sears will repair this laundry center, free of
charge, if defective in material or workmanship.
NOTE: Exhausting your laundry center with a plastic vent may
void this warranty. See "Installation Instructions" for the complete
exhaust requirements for this laundry center.
Limited Lifetime Warranty on White Porcelain Basket
For the lifetime of the washer from the date of purchase, Sears
will replace the white porcelain wash basket if it chips or rusts
due to defective material or workmanship. This warranty does not
include any polishing marks found in the bottom of the basket
which occurs during the break in period of the washer. You will be
charged for labor after the first year.
Limited Ten-Year Warranty on Plastic Tub
For the second through tenth year from the date of purchase,
Sears will replace the plastic tub if defective in material or
workmanship. You will be charged for labor after the first year.
Limited Five-Year Warranty on Gearcase Parts
For the second through fifth year from the date of purchase,
Sears will replace any gearcase parts that are defective in
material or workmanship. You will be charged for labor after the
first year.
Warranty Restriction
If the laundry center is subject to other than private family use,
the above warranty coverage is effective for only 90 days.
Warranty Service
Warranty service is available by contacting the nearest Sears
Service Center. This warranty applies only while the product is in
use in the United States. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state
to state.
For Sears warranty information or to contact a Sears Service
Center, please reference the service numbers located on the
back page of this manual.
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
D/817WA, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
In the space below, record your complete model number, serial
number, and purchase date. You can find this information on the
model and serial number label, located at the top inside dryer
door well.
Have this information available to help you quickly obtain
assistance or service when you contact Sears concerning
appliance.
your
Model number
Serial number
Purchase date
Save these instructions and your sales receipt for future
reference.
WASHER/DRYER SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all
safety messages.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All
follow the safety alert symbol and either the word "DANGER" or
Thissafety
is themessages
safety alertwillsymbol.
"WARNING." These words mean:
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't
immediately follow instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't
follow instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you
what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
WARNING:
For your safety, the information
the risk of fire or explosion,
or to prevent
in this manual
property
- Do not store or use gasoline
or any other appliance.
or other flammable
- WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL
GAS:
must be followed
damage,
vapors
personal
to minimize
injury, or death.
and liquids in the vicinity of this
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.
• Clear the room, building, or area of all occupants.
• Immediately
instructions.
call your gas supplier
• If you cannot
- Installation
reach your gas supplier,
and service
the gas supplier.
from a neighbor's
phone.
Follow the gas supplier's
call the fire department.
must be performed
by a qualified
installer,
service
agency,
or
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using the washer/dryer, follow
basic precautions, including the following:
Read all instructions before using the washer/dryer.
Do not place items exposed to cooking oils in
your dryer. Items contaminated with cooking oils
may contribute to a chemical reaction that could
cause a load to catch fire.
Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be
produced in a hot water system that has not been
used for 2 weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS IS
EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water system has not been
used for such a period, before using the washing
machine, turn on all hot water faucets and let the
water flow from each for several minutes. This will
release any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas
is flammable, do not smoke or use an open flame
during this time.
Do not wash or dry articles that have been previously
cleaned in, washed in, soaked in, or spotted with
gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, other flammable,
or explosive substances as they give oft vapors
that could ignite or explode.
Do not repair or replace any part of the washer/dryer
or attempt any servicing unless specifically recommended in this Use and Care Guide or in published
user-repair instructions that you understand and have
the skills to carry out.
Do not add gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, or other
flammable, or explosive substances to the wash water.
These substances give oft vapors that could ignite or
explode.
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Do not allow children to play on or in the washer/dryer.
Close supervision of children is necessary when
the washer/dryer is used near children.
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Do not use fabric softeners or products to eliminate
static unless recommended by the manufacturer of
the fabric softener or product.
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Before the washer/dryer is removed from service or
discarded, remove the doors to the washer/dryer
compartments.
Do not reach into the washer/dryer if the tub, agitator
or drum is moving.
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Do not use heat to dry articles containing foam rubber
or similarly textured rubber-like materials.
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Do not install or store the washer/dryer where it will be
exposed to the weather.
Do not tamper with controls.
The interior of the machine and dryer exhaust vent
should be cleaned periodically by qualified service
personnel.
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Clean dryer lint screen before or after each load.
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See "Electrical Requirements" for grounding
instructions.
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Keep area around the exhaust opening and adjacent
surrounding areas free from the accumulation of lint,
dust, and dirt.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT: The gas installation must conform with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54.
The dryer must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Check that you have everything necessary for correct installation.
Proper installation is your responsibility.
Tools needed
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8 in. or lOin. adjustable
wrench (for gas
connections)
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Knife
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Safety glasses
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Flat-blade screwdriver
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Duct tape
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Adjustable wrench that
opens to 1 in. (2.5 cm) or
9/16in. open-end wrench
(for adjusting dryer feet)
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Pipe-joint compound
resistant to L.R gas
Caulking gun and
compound (for installing
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Level
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1¼in, nut driver or socket
wrench
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Gloves
Pliers
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Wood block (for leveling)
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Scissors
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Ruler or measuring tape
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Tin snips (new vent
installation)
Parts listed are available from your local Sears store or Sears
Service Center. Please reference the service numbers located on
the back page of this manual.
If You Have
You Will Need to Buy
Laundry tub or
standpipe taller than
96 in. (2.4 m)
Sump pump system (if not already
available)
1 in. (2.5 cm)
diameter standpipe
2 in. (5 cm) diameter to 1 in. (2.5 cm)
diameter standpipe adapter, Part
Number 3363926
Overhead sewer
Standard 20 gal. (76 L) 34 in. (86.4 cm)
tall drain tub or utility sink and sump
pump (available from local plumbing
suppliers)
Floor drain
Siphon break, Part Number 285326,
additional drain hose, Part Number
285702 and connector kit,
Part Number 285442
Drain hose too short
Drain hose, Part Number 285664 and
connector kit, Part Number 285442
Lint clogged drain
Drain protector, Part Number 367031
Water faucets
beyond reach of fill
hoses
2 longer water fill hoses:
6 ft (1.8 m) Part Number 76314,
16 ft (3.0 m) Part Number 350008
new exhaust vent)
Parts supplied
Remove parts package from the washer basket. Check that all
parts are included.
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1. Water inlet hoses (2)
2Jnlet hose flat washers (4)
3. Front leveling feet with nuts (2)
4. Shipping strap (not in parts bag,
see "Remove Shipping Strap")
5. Drain hose
6.Yellow, single wire hose clamp
7. Silver, double-wire hose clamp
Parts needed
Check local codes and with gas supplier, check existing gas
supply, electrical supply and venting, and read "Electrical
Requirements", "Gas Supply Requirements" and "Venting
Requirements" before purchasing parts.
Mobile home installations require
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Mobile Home Installation Kit. To order, call your local Sears
store or Sears Service Center. For further information, please
reference the service numbers located on the back page of
this manual. Ask for Part Number 346764.
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Metal exhaust system hardware available for purchase from
your local Sears store or Sears Service Center.
Installation Clearances
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The location must be large enough to fully open the dryer door.
Laundry Center Dimensions
Explosion Hazard
Keep flammable materials and vapors, such as
gasoline, away from dryer.
Failure to do so can result in death, explosion,
or fire.
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You will need
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A location that allows for proper exhaust installation. A gas
laundry center must be exhausted to the outdoors. See
"Venting Requirements."
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A grounded electrical outlet located within 2 ft (61 cm) of
either side of the laundry center. See "Electrical
Requirements."
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A sturdy floor to support the laundry center weight (laundry
center, water and load) of 500 Ibs (226.8 kg).
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A level floor with a maximum slope of 1 in. (2.5 cm) under
entire laundry center. Clothes may not tumble properly and
automatic sensor cycles may not operate correctly if dryer is
not level. Installing on carpet is not recommended.
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A water heater set to deliver 120°F (49°C) water to the
washer.
Hot and cold water faucets located within 4 f1 (1.2 m) of the
hot and cold water fill valves, and water pressure of 5-199 psi
(34.5-689.6 kPa).
Install the laundry center where it is protected from water and/or
weather.
*Most installations require a minimum 5_/2in. (14 cm) clearance
behind the dryer for the exhaust vent with elbow. See "Venting
Requirements."
Minimum installation
installation
The following dimensions
allowed.
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NOTE: No other fuel-burning
same closet as a dryer.
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appliance can be installed in the
shown are for the minimum spacings
Additional spacing should be considered for ease of
installation and servicing.
Additional clearances might be required for wall, door and
floor moldings.
Additional spacing of 1 in. (2.5 cm) on all sides of the dryer is
recommended to reduce noise transfer.
For closet installation, with a door, minimum ventilation
openings in the top and bottom of the door are required.
Louvered doors with equivalent ventilation openings are
acceptable.
Rear clearance may be 0 in. when house exhaust system is
lined up directly with dryer exhaust.
Do not operate your washer in temperatures below 32°F (0°C).
Some water can remain in the washer and can cause damage in
low temperatures. See "Vacation, Storage, and Moving Care" for
winterizing information.
Do not operate your dryer in temperatures below 45°F (7°C). At
lower temperatures, the dryer might not shut off at the end of an
automatic cycle. This can result in longer drying times.
Check code requirements. Some codes limit, or do not permit,
installation of the laundry center in garages, closets, mobile
homes, or sleeping quarters. Contact your local building
inspector.
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Mobile Home-Additional
InstallaUon Requirements
This laundry center is suitable for mobile home installations.
The installation must conform to the Manufactured Home
Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280
(formerly the Federal Standard for Mobile Home Construction
and Safety, Title 24, HUD Part 280).
Mobile home installations require:
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Metal exhaust system hardware which is available for
purchase from your local Sears store or Sears Service Center.
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Mobile Home Installation Kit Part Number 346764. See "Tools
and Parts" section for ordering information.
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Special provisions must be made in mobile homes to
introduce outside air into the dryer. The opening (such as a
nearby window) should be at least twice as large as the dryer
exhaust opening.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
The laundry center can be installed using the standpipe drain
system (floor or wall), the laundry tub drain system, or the floor
drain system. Select the drain hose installation method you need
(see "Alternate Parts").
Standpipe drain system - wall or floor (view I & 2)
The standpipe drain requires a minimum diameter standpipe of 2
in. (5 cm). The minimum carry-away capacity can be no less than
17 gal (64 L) per minute. A 2 in. (5 cm) diameter to 1 in. (2.5 cm)
diameter standpipe adapter kit is available. See "Alternate Parts."
The top of the standpipe must be at least 39 in. (99 cm) high and
no higher than 96 in. (2.4 m) from the bottom of the washer.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death, fire, or electrical shock.
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A 120-volt, 60-Hz., AC-only, 15- or 20-ampere, fused
electrical supply is required. Time-delay fuse or circuit
breaker is recommended. It is also recommended that a
separate circuit serving only this appliance be provided.
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To minimize possible shock hazard, the cord must be
plugged into a mating, 3 prong, ground-type outlet, grounded
in accordance with local codes and ordinances. If a mating
outlet is not available, it is the personal responsibility and
obligation of the customer to have the properly grounded
outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
If codes permit and a separate ground wire is used, it is
recommended that a qualified electrician determine that the
ground path is adequate.
Do not ground to a gas pipe.
Check with a qualified electrician if you are not sure the
washer is properly grounded.
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Do not have a fuse in the neutral or ground circuit.
Laundry tub drain system (view 3)
The laundry tub needs a minimum 20 gal (76 L) capacity. The top
of the laundry tub must be at least 34 in. (86.4 cm) above the floor
and no higher than 96 in. (2.4 m) from the bottom of the washer.
Floor drain system (view 4)
The floor drain system requires a siphon break that may be
purchased separately. (See "Alternate Parts.")
The siphon break must be a minimum of 28 in. (71 cm) from the
bottom of the washer. Additional hoses might be needed.
GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS
• For a grounded, cord-connected washer/dryer:
This washer/dryer must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk of
electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for
electric current. This washer/dryer is equipped with a cord
having an equipment-grounding
conductor and a grounding
plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet
that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with
all local codes and ordinances.
WARNING:
Improper connection of the equipment-
grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.
Check with a qualified electrician or service representative or
personnel if you are in doubt as to whether the washer/dryer
is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with
the washer/dryer: if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
SAVE
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THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
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Gas Supply Line
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_/2in. IPS pipe is recommended
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% in. approved tubing is acceptable for lengths under 20 ft
(6.1 m) if local codes and gas supplier permit.
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Lengths over 20 ft (6.1 m) should use larger tubing.
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Must include V8 in. NPT plugged tapping, immediately
upstream of the gas supply connection to the dryer (see
illustration).
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Gas supply line coupling
(94 cm) from the floor.
must be 34 (86.4 cm) to 37 in.
Must include a shutoff valve:
An individual shutoff valve must be installed within six (6) feet
(1,8 m) of the laundry center in accordance with the National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223,1. The location should be easy to
reach for opening and closing,
Explosion Hazard
Use a new AGA or CSA approved gas supply line.
Install a shut-off valve.
Securely tighten all gas connections.
If connected to LP, have a qualified person make
sure gas pressure does not exceed 13" (33 cm)
water column=
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Examples of a qualified person include:
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licensed heating personnel,
authorized gas company personnel, and
authorized service personnel.
Failure to do so can result in death, explosion,
or fire.
!. Gas shutoff valve
2. % in. NPT ptugged tapping
3. Y2in. NPT gas supply line
4. Gas supply line coupling 34 in, (86,4 cm) min.
to 37 in, (94 crn) max, from floor
Gas Type
Natural Gas:
If you are using natural gas, do not use copper tubing.
This laundry center is equipped for use with NATURAL GAS. It is
design-certified by CSA International for L,R (propane or butane)
gases with appropriate conversion.
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Your laundry center must have the correct burner for the type
of gas in your home. Burner information is located on the
rating plate in the door well of your dryer, If this information
does not agree with the type of gas available, contact your
local Sears store or Sears Service Center.
L.P. gas conversion:
Conversion
must be made by a qualified technician.
No attempt shall be made to convert the appliance from the gas
specified on the model/serial rating plate for use with a different
gas without consulting the serving gas supplier.
If your laundry center has been converted to use L.R gas, %
in. L.R compatible copper tubing can be used. If the total
length of the supply line is more than 20 ft (6.1 m), use larger
tubing.
NOTE: Pipe joint compounds that resist the action of L,R gas
must be used. Do not use TEFLON _ tape,
Dryer Gas Connection
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This laundry center is equipped with its own permanent,
flexible gas connector, design-certified by CSA International,
for connecting the laundry center to the gas supply line.
Flexible gas connector
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Burner Input Requirements:
Elevations up to 10,000 feet (3,048 meters):
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Do not exhaust the dryer into any gas vent, chimney, wall,
ceiling, or a concealed space of a building.
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Do not use an exhaust hood with a magnetic latch.
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Do not install flexible metal vent in enclosed walls, ceilings or
floors.
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Do not use screws or other fastening devices that extend into
the interior of the vent to secure vent.
The design of this laundry center is certified by CSA
International for use at altitudes up to 10,000 ft (3,048 m)
above sea level at the B.T.U. rating indicated on the model/
serial number plate. Burner input adjustments are not
required when the dryer is operated up to this elevation.
Elevations above 10,000 feet (3,048 meters):
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When installed above 10,000 ft (3,048 m) a 4% reduction of
the burner B.T.U. rating shown on the model/serial number
plate is required for each 1,000 ft (305 m) increase in
elevation.
Gas Supply Pressure Testing
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The laundry center must be disconnected from the gas
supply piping system during any pressure testing at test
pressures in excess of V2psi (3.45 kPa).
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The laundry center must be isolated from the gas supply
piping system by closing the supply line shutoff valve during
any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test
pressures equal to or less than 1/2psi (3.45 kPa).
IMPORTANT: Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
Improper venting can cause moisture and lint to collect
indoors, which may result in:
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Moisture damage to woodwork,
paper, carpets, etc.
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Housecleaning
furniture, paint, wall-
problems and health problems.
Use a heavy metal vent. Do not use plastic or metal foil vent.
Rigid metal vent is recommended
kinking.
to prevent crushing and
Flexible metal vent must be fully extended and supported when
the laundry center is in its final position. Remove excess flexible
metal vent to avoid sagging and kinking that may result in
reduced airflow and poor performance.
An exhaust hood should cap the vent to prevent rodents and
insects from entering the home.
Exhaust hood must be at least 12 in. (30.5 cm) from the ground or
any object that may be in the path of the exhaust (such as
flowers, rocks or bushes, etc.).
If using an existing vent system, clean lint from the entire length
of the system and make sure exhaust hood is not plugged with
lint. Replace any plastic or metal foil vent with rigid metal or
flexible metal vent.
Fire Hazard
Use a heavy metal vent.
Do not use a plastic vent.
Do not use a metal foil vent,
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death or fire.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire, this laundry center
MUST BE EXHAUSTED OUTDOORS.
4 in. (10.2 cm) heavy metal exhaust vent and clamps must be
used. DURASAFE TM venting products are recommended and are
available from your local Sears store or Sears Service Center.
DURASAFE TM vent products can be purchased from your dealer.
for further information, please reference the service numbers
located on the back page of this manual.
Visit our internet site at: www.sears.com
Use duct tape to seal all joints.
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Install the front leveling feet
1. Prop up the front of the laundry center about 4 in. (10.2 cm)
with a wood block or similar object• The block needs to
support the weight of the laundry center.
2.
To prevent floor damage, set laundry center onto cardboard
before moving across floor. Move laundry center close to its final
location.
1.
Do not cut yellow strap. Pull yellow strap firmly, until
completely removed from laundry center• There should be
three cotter pins on the end of the shipping strap. The
electrical plug is attached to this shipping strap.
Screw the lock nut onto each foot to within 1 in. (2.5 cm) of
the base.
(2 5 cm)
3.
Screw the feet into the correct holes at the front corner of the
laundry center until the nuts touch the washer.
NOTE: Do not tighten the nuts until the laundry center is level.
4.
Tilt the laundry center back and remove the wood block.
Gently lower the laundry center to the floor.
For mobile home use
Laundry centers with gas dryers must be securely fastened to the
floor.
Mobile home installations require a Mobile Home Installation Kit.
See "Tools and Parts" section for ordering information.
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Tilt the laundry center forward. Move each of the two rear
legs in an up-down motion to check the self-adjusting
leveling legs for free movement• This is required for proper
leveling. Gently lower the laundry center to the floor.
Cut the shipping strap about 16 in. (40.6 cm) from the plug
end. Look for the words "CUT HERE." Discard end with three
cotter pins. You will use the remaining piece of shipping strap
to secure the drain hose.
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Proper connection of the drain hose protects your floors from
damage due to water leakage. Carefully read and follow these
instructions.
1. Wet the inside of the straight end of the drainhose with tap
water• Do not use any other lubricant.
2.
Squeeze ears of the silver, double-wire clamp with pliers to
open. Place clamp over the straight end of the drain hose %
in. (6.4 mm) from the end.
3.
Open clamp. Twist hose back and forth while pushing onto
drain connector on the side of the laundry center. Continue
until hose contacts the ribbed stops on the cabinet.
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Insert a new flat washer (supplied) into each end of the inlet
hoses. Firmly seat the washers in the couplings.
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2, Washer
Connect
the inlet hoses to the water
faucets
Make sure the washer basket is empty.
4.
Place clamp over the area marked "CLAMR" Release clamp.
For laundry tub or standpipe drain system
Connecting the drain hose "hook" to the corrugated drain hose
1. Wet the outside end of the drain hose with tap water. Do not
use any other lubricant.
2.
2.
Attach the hose with the red coupling to the hot water faucet.
Screw on coupling by hand until seated on the washer.
3.
Attach the hose with the blue coupling to the cold water
faucet. Screw on coupling by hand until seated on the
washer.
4.
Using pliers, tighten the couplings with an additional twothirds turn. Do not overtighten. Damage to the valves can
result.
Twist and push the "hook" back and forth while pushing
down onto the drain hose. Continue until the "hook" is down
to the enlarged diameter of the drain hose.
Clear the water
1. Hooked end
2. Drain hose
3.
Open the yellow single-wire clamp and slide over the end of
the drain hose "hook" to secure the sections together. (Pliers
optional.)
4.
Put hooked end of drain hose into laundry tub or standpipe.
Rotate "hook" to eliminate kinks.
To prevent
5.
lines
Run water through both faucets and inlet hoses, into a bucket
or laundry tub, to get rid of particles in the water lines that
might clog the inlet valve screens.
drain water from going back into the washer:
•
Do not straighten hooked end of the drain hose and force
excess drain hose into standpipe. Hose should be secure but
loose enough to provide a gap for air.
•
Do not lay excess hose on the bottom of the laundry tub.
For use with floor drain
Do not install the drain hose "hook" on to the corrugated drain
hose. You may need additional parts (see Floor Drain under
"Alternate Parts").
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Connect
6.
the inlet hoses to the washer
Attach the hose with the blue coupling to the cold water (top)
inlet valve. Screw on coupling by hand until seated on the
washer.
1.
Move the laundry center to its final location and remove any
cardboard used to move the laundry center.
2.
Locate the remaining piece of shipping strap (see "Remove
Shipping Strap").
Shipping Strap
1. Cold water inlet valve (blue)
2. Hot water inlet valve (red)
7.
Attach the hose with the red coupling to the hot water
(bottom) inlet valve, Screw on coupling by hand until seated
on the washer.
8.
Using pliers, tighten the couplings with an additional twothirds turn. Do not overtighten. Damage to the valves can
result.
If you are working in a closet or recessed area
Move the laundry center into its final position and remove
cardboard from under laundry center. Remove the access panel
by removing 3 Phillips-head screws and one bumper, located at
the top of the access panel. Set panel, screw, and bumper aside.
Complete hook-up of water hoses and (on gas models) the
flexible gas connector through the access area.
3.
Wrap the drain hose to the laundry tub leg or standpipe with
the shipping strap (1 or 2 below). Push fastener into the
nearest hole in the shipping strap (see illustration above).
2
3
If the water faucets and the drain standpipe are recessed, put
the hooked end of the drain hose in the standpipe. Tightly
wrap the shipping strap around the water inlet hoses and the
drain hose (3 above). Push fastener into the nearest hole in
the shipping strap (see illustration above).
Do not force excess drain hose back into the rear of the
laundry center.
Typical exhaust installations
Typical installations vent the dryer from rear of the laundry center.
Other installations are possible.
Check for leaks
9. Turn on the water faucets and check for leaks. A small
amount of water might enter the washer. You will drain this
later.
1 Im
'
2
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Dryer
Heavy metal vent
Duct tape & clamps
Watt
q
5.
6.
7.
8.
7
Elbow
Duct tape & clamps
Elbow
Exhaust hood
Optional exhaust installations
This laundry center can be converted to exhaust out the right or
left side. To convert the laundry center, use Side Exhaust Kit Part
Number 279823. If your laundry center was previously exhausted
from the right or left side, it can be converted to rear exhaust by
using standard offset connections. To cover the hole in the side,
one of the following plugs can be added:
Alternate
installations
for close clearances
Venting systems come in many varieties. Select the type best for
your installation. Three close-clearance installations are shown.
Refer to the manufacturer's instructions provided with the vent
system.
692796 (white)
3979370 (graphite)
i
3977784 (biscuit)
Follow the instructions in the kit to install. Kits are available from
your local Sears store or Sears Service Center.
I
!. Loop system with standard elbows
2. Loop system with one offset & one stardard elbow
3. Vent system with one periscope [2 in. (5 cm) clearance]
NOTE: The following kits for close clearance alternate
installations are available for purchase. To order, please reference
the service numbers located on the back page of this manual.
1. Standard rear offset exhaust installation
2. Rear exhaust for offset close clearance connection
3 Left or right side exhaust installation
•
Over-The-Top Installation:
Part Number 26-49900
Periscope Installation (For use with dryer vent to wall vent
mismatch):
Part Number 26-49901 - Less than 5 in. (12.7 cm) mismatch
Part Number 26-49968 - 5 in. (12.7 cm) to 18 in. (45.7 cm)
mismatch
Part Number 26-49904 - 18 in. (45.7 cm) to 29 in. (73.7 cm)
mismatch
Part Number 26-49905 - 29 in. (73.7 cm) to 50 in. (127 cm)
mismatch
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Special provisions for mobile home installations
The exhaust vent must be securely fastened to a noncombustible
portion of the mobile home structure. Do not use screws or other
fastening devices that extend into the interior of the vent to
secure vent.
The angled hood style (shown following) is acceptable.
2.5"
See the exhaust vent length chart that matches your hood
type for the maximum vent lengths you can use.
Exhaust systems longer than specified will:
3.
•
Shorten the life of the dryer.
•
Reduce performance, resulting in longer drying times and
increased energy usage.
Determine the number of elbows you will need.
IMPORTANT: Do not use vent runs longer than those
specified in Vent Length Chart.
In the column listing the type of metal vent you are using
(rigid metal or flexible metal); find the maximum length of
metal vent on the same line as the number of elbows,
Terminate the exhaust vent outside. The exhaust vent must not
terminate beneath the mobile home and must not be connected
to any other duct, vent or chimney.
Determine Vent Length
1. Select the route that will provide the straightest and most
direct path outdoors. Plan the installation to use the fewest
number of elbows and turns. When using elbows or making
turns, allow as much room as possible. Bend vent gradually
to avoid kinking. Avoid 90° turns.
2,
Determine
length of the exhaust
system
depends
•
•
The type of vent (rigid metal or flexible metal),
The number of elbows used.
•
Type of hood.
Recommended
Box or
Louvered
hoods
Angled
hoods
O
Rigid metal
Flexible metal
40 ft (12.2 m)
25 ft (7.6 m)
35 ft (10.7 m)
20 ft (6.1 m)
1
Rigid metal
Flexible metal
32 ft (9.7 m)
21 ft (6.4 m)
27 ft (8.2 m)
16 ft (4.9 m)
2
Rigid metal
Flexible metal
24 ft (7.3 m)
15 ft (4.6 m)
19 ft (5.8 m)
10 ft (3.0 m)
upon:
1. (Optional) Put on safety glasses and gloves.
2.
hood styles are shown here.
3.
]
4.
n0.2 cm)
1. Louvered hood style
2. Box hood style
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Type of Vent
NOTE: Side exhaust adds a 90 ° turn inside the laundry center. To
determine maximum exhaust length, add 1 90 ° turn to the chart.
vent length.
The maximum
No. of
90 ° turns
or elbows
Install exhaust hood. Use caulking compound to seal exterior
wall opening around exhaust hood.
Connect vent to exhaust hood. Vent must fit inside exhaust
hood. Secure vent to exhaust hood with 4 in. (10.2 cm)
clamp.
Run vent to dryer location. Use the straightest path possible
(see "Determine Vent Length"). Avoid 90 ° turns. Use duct
tape to seal all joints.
Properly leveling your laundry center prevents excessive noise
and vibration.
1. Check the levelness of the laundry center by placing a level
on the top edge of the washer, first side-to-side, then frontto-back.
1.
Remove the red cap from the flexible gas connector.
2.
Remove the 1/2in. NPT adapter from the flexible gas
connector, (it will be necessary to use two adjustable
wrenches).
3.
Install the adapter on the 1/2in. rigid gas supply pipe using
pipe-joint compound.
2
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::::::@
2.
If the laundry center is not level, prop up the front with the
wood block and adjust the feet up or down as necessary.
Remove wood block.
5 ...............
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Y2in. rigid gas supply pipe
Use pipe joint compound
Y2in. NPT adapter
Do not use pipe-joint compound
Flexible gas connector
NOTE: For L.R gas connections, you must use pipe joint
compound resistant to the action of L.R gas. Do not use
TEFLON _'_
tape.
4.
3.
Attach the flexible gas connector to the 1/2in. NPT adapter.
Do not use pipe-joint compound for this connection.
There should be a natural loop in the flexible gas connector.
The flexible gas connector must not be twisted, kinked or
attached with any sharp bends.
Tilt the laundry center forward until the rear of the laundry
center is at least 4 in. (10.2 cm) off the floor. You may hear the
self-adjusting rear feet click into place. Lower the laundry
center to the floor. Check the levelness of the laundry center
with a level as shown above.
IIIn_NG
If laundry center will not level, recheck rear leveling legs for
free movement as described in the "Install Leveling Legs"
section. Repeat until the laundry center is level.
CORRECT
'_
_
WRONG
Y
NOTE: It may be necessary to level the dryer again after it is
moved into its final position.
4.
After the laundry center is in the final location and level, use
an adjustable or open-end wrench to turn the nuts on the
front feet tightly against the washer cabinet.
g
!
5.
All connections
must be wrench-tightened.
6.
Open the shutoff valve in the supply. The valve is open when
the handle is parallel to the gas pipe.
If the nuts are not tight against the washer cabinet, the
laundry center may vibrate.
1. Closed valve
2. Open valve
7.
Test all connections by brushing on an approved noncorrosive leak-detection solution. Bubbles will show a leak.
Correct any leak found.
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1.
Using a 4 in. (10.2 cm) clamp, connect vent to exhaust outlet
in laundry center. If connecting to existing vent, make sure
the vent is clean. The vent must fit over the exhaust outlet
and inside the exhaust hood. Make sure the vent is secured
to exhaust hood with a 4 in. (10.2 cm) clamp.
2.
Move laundry center into final position. Do not crush or kink
vent. Make sure laundry center is level.
1. Check to be sure all parts are now installed. If there is an
extra part, go back through the steps to see which step was
skipped.
2.
Check to be sure you have all of your tools.
3.
Dispose/recycle all packaging materials. Keep the plastic
foam for use if the laundry center should be transported.
4.
Check the laundry center's final location. Be sure the vent is
not crushed or kinked.
5.
Check to be sure the laundry center is level and front leveling
feet are tight. See "Level Laundry Center."
6.
7.
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet. Turn power on.
Check to be sure the water faucets are on.
8.
Check for leaks around faucets and inlet hoses.
9.
Remove the blue protective film on the console and any tape
remaining on the laundry center.
10. Read "Washer Use" and "Dryer Use."
11. Wipe the dryer drum interior thoroughly with a damp cloth to
remove any dust.
12. To test the washer, measure 1/2the normal recommended
amount of detergent and pour it into the washer. Close the lid.
Select HEAVY DUTY and pull out the Cycle Control knob.
Allow the washer to complete one whole cycle.
13. To test the dryer, set the dryer on a full heat cycle (not an air
cycle) for 20 minutes and start the dryer.
FEATURES AND
BENEFITS
The DUAL-ACTION TM Plus Agitator is a uniquely designed
agitator that helps push clothes that are on top down to the
bottom of the washer where the best cleaning action takes place.
The Auto Temp Control electronically senses and maintains a
uniform water temperature by regulating incoming hot and cold
water. This helps to ensure consistant cleaning results.
WRINKLE GUARD'*' II helps keep your permanent press items
wrinkle free. When you don't unload your dryer promptly at the
end of the automatic cycle, WRINKLE GUARD ® II periodically
tumbles the load without heat.
The TUMBLE FREE TM Heated Dryer Rack is used to dry items
you do not want to tumble dry, such as sweaters. The heated air
inside the dryer flows in a concentrated pattern to allow efficient
and uniform drying.
Dryness is determined by an electronic sensor the "feels" the
amount of moisture in clothes as they pass over it. When sensor
no longer detects moisture in the clothes the dryer automatically
goes into a cool down period.
If the dryer will not start, check the following:
•
Laundry Center is plugged into a grounded
outlet.
3 prong
•
Start button has been firmly pushed.
•
Electrical supply is connected.
•
House fuse is intact and tight; or circuit breaker has not
tripped.
•
Dryer door is closed.
14. When the dryer has been running for 5 minutes, open the
dryer door and feel for heat. If you do not feel heat, turn the
dryer off and check to see if the gas supply line shutoff valve
is open.
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•
If the gas supply line shutoff valve is closed, open it, then
repeat the 5-minute test as outlined above.
•
If the gas supply line shutoff valve is open, contact a
qualified technician.
Durable finish resists scratching, staining and odors for longlasting quality. Fabrics are protected by the smooth wash basket.
The Three-Speed Motor gently cares for a large range of fabrics
from the finest lingerie to the heaviest denims.
WASHER USE
f
HEAVY
DUTY
NORMAL
SHORT
WA1ERTEMP
WATER LEVEL
COW
MEDIUM LOAD
_
REeULAR
/ W_qM
HAND
WASHABLES
,SHOm"
DEUEATE
_W_qM
CC_e
PERMANENTPRESS
3.
Fire Hazard
Never place items in the washer that are
dampened with gasoline or other flammable
fluids.
No washer can completely remove oil.
Do not dry anything that has ever had any type of
oil on it (including cooking oils).
Pour measured liquid chlorine bleach into the liquid chlorine
bleach dispenser, if needed. Bleach is diluted and
automatically dispensed at the proper time during the wash
cycle.
m
Do not overfill. Never use more than 1 cup (250 mL) for a
full load. Use less with a smaller load size.
n
Follow the manufacturer's
n
To avoid spilling, use a cup with a pouring spout. Do not
let bleach splash, drip, or run down into the washer basket.
directions for safe use.
NOTE: Use only liquid chlorine bleach in this dispenser.
4.
Pour measured liquid fabric softener into the fabric softener
dispenser, if desired.
Doing so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
The following is a guide to starting your washer. Periodic
references to other sections of this manual provide more detailed
information.
1.
2.
Pour measured powdered or liquid detergent into the washer.
If desired, add powdered or liquid color safe bleach.
Place a load of sorted clothes in the washer.
Do not overfill. The dispenser holds 3 oz. (94 mL), or a capful
of fabric softener.
n
Load evenly to maintain washer balance. Mix large and
small items. See "Loading."
n
Items should move easily through the wash water.
Overloading can cause poor cleaning.
n
To reduce wrinkling of permanent press clothes and some
synthetic knits, use a large load size to provide more
space (see step 6).
n
Add warm water to fill the dispenser until it reaches the
crossed opening at the bottom of the funnel-shaped
portion of the dispenser.
n
The fabric softener is dispensed
water automatically.
n
Do not spill or drip any fabric softener on the clothes.
into the first deep rinse
NOTE: Use only liquid fabric softener in this dispenser.
5.
Close the washer lid.
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6.
Turn the WATER LEVEL selector knob to the correct setting
for your wash load and the type of fabric being washed,
8.
WAllER LEVEL
Push in the Cycle Control knob and turn it clockwise to the
wash cycle you want. Pull out the Cycle Control knob to start
the washer.
To stop or restart your washer:
MEDIUM LOAD
•
Choose a load size that allows the load to move freely for
best fabric care. See "Loading."
•
You may change the load size selection after the washer
has started filling by turning the selector to a different
setting.
WA_RTEMP
To stop the washer at any time, push in the Cycle Control
knob.
•
To restart the washer, close the lid (if open) and pull out
the Cycle Control knob.
This section describes the available wash cycles and will help
you make the best cycle selections for your wash loads. Each
cycle is designed for different types of fabric and soil levels.
•
The washer pauses briefly throughout each cycle. These
pauses are normal. Refer to "Normal Sounds" for sounds you
may hear during a wash cycle.
•
Refer to "Understanding Washer Cycles" to learn what
happens during a wash cycle.
Set the WATER TEMP selector to the correct setting for the
type of fabric and soils being washed.
7,
•
HEAVYDUIY
SHORT
HOT
COLD
° I
REGULAR
REGULAR
SUPER
WARM •
_
NORMAL
SHORT
1E
3 QUICK
WARM t 00'
WARM
AUTO TEMP CONTROL - Your laundry centers uses the
Auto Temp Control feature to electronically sense and
maintain a uniform water temperature by regulating
incoming hot and cold water. The cold wash is regulated
at approximately 75°F (24°C). The warm wash is
maintained at approximately 1O0°F (38°C).
Choose one of these automatic temperature control
settings to help eliminate undissolved detergent and
ensure consistent cleaning results.
Use the warmest water safe for the fabric. Follow garment
label instructions.
Selecting Water Temperatures
Water Temp
Use For
Hot
111 °F (44°C)
or above
Whites and pastels
Heavy soils
Warm
90°-110°F
(32°-43°C)
Bright colors
Moderate to light soils
SHORT
DELICATE
PERMANENT
PRESS
Heavy Duty
Use this cycle to get up to 15 minutes of wash time for sturdy or
heavily soiled loads. Wash combines high speed agitation and
high spin speeds.
•
Use the Super or Regular settings for heavily soiled and
sturdy fabrics.
•
Use the Short setting for light soil and delicate fabrics.
2nd Rinse
Use this cycle to add a second rinse to your wash load. This
cycle uses high-speed agitation and a high spin speed. 2nd
Rinse is also helpful for clothes that you want to rinse and spin
only.
Normal
Cold
Colors that bleed or fade
70°-90°F
(21°-32°C)
Light soils
NOTE: In wash water temperatures colder than 70°F (21°C),
detergents do not dissolve well. Soils can be difficult to
remove. Some fabrics can retain wear wrinkles and have
increased pilling (the formation of small lint-like balls on the
surface of garments).
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HAND
This cycle features medium agitation for cleaning cottons and
linens, and high spin speeds to shorten drying time. For lightly
soiled cotton and linen fabrics, use the shortest time setting.
Permanent
Press
Select up to 9 minutes of wash time. Wash combines fast and
slow speed agitation and slow spin speeds to reduce wrinkling.
•
The Permanent Press cycle includes a load cooling
process that reduces wrinkling.
•
When the timer reaches Pause, the washer will drain and
pause for approximately 2 minutes while some of the
wash water is drained and replaced with rinse water.
NOTE: The washer pauses briefly throughout
pauses are normal for washer operation.
WASH
each cycle, These
RINSE
1. Fill
_
1. Fill
time
2. Wash selected
_
2. Rinse
._
No agitation
3. Drain
_
No agitation
3. Drain
_
4. Spin
_
rinse
4. Spin-Spray
_
5. Spin
Delicate
The cycle features low-speed agitation for gentle soil removal
from delicate items. Low spin speeds minimize wrinkling. Use
this cycle to clean lightly to moderately soiled loads.
Hand Washables
This cycle features a series of brief, low speed agitations and
short soaks to gently clean special-care items. Low spin speeds
minimize wrinkling. Wash small loads. If items appear to be
floating (due to trapped air), stop the washer by pushing in the
Cycle Control knob. Push items down into the washer. Pull out
the Cycle Control knob to restart the washer.
When using extra detergent for heavily soiled clothes, or washing
special-care items, you may find an extra rinse and spin is
needed,
1.
Push in the Cycle Control knob and turn it clockwise to any of
the Rinse settings.
2.
Pull out the Cycle Control knob. The washer fills to the
selected load size, agitates, drains and spins.
' The Permanent Press
cycle partially drains,
fills, agitates briefly, and
drains.
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I 6. Off
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NOTE: You may also choose the 2nd Rinse cycle.
A drain and spin may help shorten drying times for some heavy
fabrics or special-care items by removing excess water.
1. Push in the Cycle Control knob and turn it clockwise to any of
the Spin settings.
2.
Pull out the cycle Control knob. The washer drains, then
spins.
As with any new product, you will hear sounds that you are not
accustomed to. You may hear various sounds occurring during
the washing, rinsing, and spinning process. Between changes in
wash actions, there will be momentary pauses. You will hear
water spraying and splashing during the wash and rinse cycles.
You may hear air being pulled through the pump during the end
of draining or gears changing when the cycle changes. These
sounds are part of normal washer operation.
When the Cycle Control knob is set to a number and pulled out,
the washer fills (to the selected load size) before agitation and
timing start. The washer begins agitating immediately after filling;
agitation occurs with the washer lid up or down.
During agitation, the agitator creates a continuous rollover action
that provides a thorough cleaning of the wash load.
After agitation starts, the Cycle Control knob turns clockwise until
it points to an Off area and the cycle ends.
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LAUNDRY TIPS
Preparing clothes for washing
Follow these recommendations to help you prolong the life of
your garments.
•
Close zippers, snaps, and hooks to avoid snagging other
items. Remove pins, buckles, and other hard objects to avoid
scratching the washer interior. Remove non-washable trim
and ornaments.
•
Empty pockets and turn them inside out.
•
Turn down cuffs, brush away lint and dirt.
•
Turn synthetic knits inside out to avoid pilling.
•
Tie strings and sashes so they will not tangle.
•
Mend tears, loose hems, and seams.
•
Treat spots and stains.
•
Stained or wet garments should be washed promptly for best
results.
Sorting
•
Separate heavily soiled items from lightly soiled ones, even if
they would normally be washed together. Separate lint givers
(towels, chenille) from lint takers (corduroy, synthetics,
permanent press). When possible, turn lint givers inside out.
•
Separate dark colors from light colors, colorfast items from
non-colorfast items.
•
Sort by fabric and construction
items).
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(sturdy cottons, knits, delicate
Loading suggestions
Extra Large Capacity
(maximum
size loads)
Laundry Center
Heavy Work Clothes
3 jeans
2 work pants
3 work shirts
1 coverall
Towels
8 bath towels
8 hand towels
10 wash cloths
1 bath mat
Permanent Press
1 double sheet
1 tablecloth
1 dress
1 blouse
2 slacks
3 shirts
6 handkerchiefs
Mixed Load
2 sheets (double or twin)
4 pillowcases
2 shirts
2 blouses
6 T-shirts
6 shorts
6 handkerchiefs
Knits
2 pants
2 blouses
4 shirts
4 tops
2 dresses
Delicates
2 camisoles
4 slips
6 undergarments
2 sets of sleepwear
DRYER USE
PUSHTO
PERMANENT
PRESS
STARTDRYER NORMAL
_1_'_1_
SO TIMED DRY
"_'
LESSDRY
_ONA_L
_°°_ _,_LS,s_L"
OFF O
0
ON
H,_._
NORMAl_
DRY
MOREDRY
40
!
30
LOWH_T
KNIT/
LL_ DRY
NORMALDRY
MORE DRY
10
120
AIR DRY
Before using your dryer, wipe the dryer drum with a damp cloth to
remove dust from storing and shipping.
1. Check the lint screen, clean if needed. See "Cleaning the Lint
Screen."
2.
Load clothes loosely into the dryer and close the door, Do not
pack the dryer. Allow space for clothes to tumble freely,
Keep flammable materials and vapors, such as
gasoline, away from dryer.
3.
Do not dry anything that has ever had anything
flammable on it (even after washing).
Turn the Cycle Control knob to the recommended cycle and
temperature for the type of load being dried. See "Drying,
Cycle and Temperature Tips."
4.
(OPTIONAL) Select the END OF CYCLE SIGNAL. This signal
is helpful when drying permanent press or synthetics.
Promptly remove these items from the dryer at the end of the
cycle to prevent wrinkles. The End of Cycle Signal is part of
the PUSH TO START DRYER button. Turn the selector knob
to SIGNAL ON.
Explosion Hazard
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death, explosion, or fire.
PUSHTO
START
DRYER
B_ _=CYC/ES/8_4L
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
OR: •
•
ON
Fire Hazard
5.
Press the PUSH TO START DRYER button.
No washer can completely remove oil.
Do not dry anything that has ever had any type of
oil on it (including cooking oils).
Items containing foam, rubber, or plastic must be
dried on a clothesline or by using an Air Cycle.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death or fire.
You can stop your dryer anytime during a cycle.
To stop your dryer
Open the dryer door or turn the Cycle Control knob to OFR
NOTE: The Cycle Control knob should point to an Off area when
the dryer is not in use.
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To restart your dryer
1. Close the door.
2.
3.
Select a new cycle and temperature (if desired).
Press the PUSH TO START DRYER button.
WR/NK_E6L_R0 #
NORMAL
_
so "RMEDDRY
USS DRY
Load clothes loosely into the dryer. Do not pack the dryer. Allow
space for clothes to tumble freely. The following chart shows
examples of balanced loads that would allow for proper tumbling.
Heavy work
clothes
2 work pants, 3 jeans, 1 coverall, 3 shirts
Delicates
2 camisoles, 4 slips, 6 undergarments,
2 sets of sleepwear
Towels
8 bath towels, 8 hand towels, 10 wash
cloths, 1 bath mat
Mixed Load
2 sheets (double or twin), 4 pillowcases,
2 shirts, 6 T-shirts, 6 shorts, 2 blouses,
6 handkerchiefs
Select the correct cycle and temperature for your load.
Drying tips
•
Follow care label directions when they are available.
50
NORMALDRY
H_ _r_T
40
MOREDRY
3O
OFF
_WHr_T
KNIT
LESSDRY
NORM/M. DRY
MORE DRY
Permanent
10
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AIR DRY
Press/Normal
Use this cycle to dry most loads. Your dryer uses an automatic
control that senses the moisture in the load and shuts off the
dryer when the selected dryness is reached. The Cycle Control
knob does not move until the load is almost dry. Approximately
10 minutes before the end of the automatic cycle, clothes are
tumbled without heat to help reduce wrinkles and make clothes
easier to handle. After this cool down period, the knob
automatically turns to an Off area and tumbling stops.
Dry most loads using the Normal Dry (*) setting. When the cycle
ends, check the dryness of the load.
•
If you use fabric softener sheets, use only ones labeled as
dryer safe. Follow package instructions.
•
If the load is drier than you like, select a setting closer to
LESS DRY the next time you dry a similar load.
•
Remove the load from the dryer as soon as tumbling stops to
reduce wrinkling. This is especially important for permanent
press, knits, and synthetic fabrics.
•
If the load is not as dry as you like, complete drying using the
Timed Dry cycle. The next time you dry a similar load, select a
setting closer to MORE DRY.
Cycle and temperature tips
•
Dry most loads using the Normal Dry setting (*).
•
Use a More Dry setting for drying heavyweight
towels and work clothes.
•
Use a Normal Dry setting for drying medium weight items,
such as sheets, underwear, permanent press fabrics, and
some knits.
Use a Less Dry setting for drying lightweight
lingerie, blouses, dresses, and some knits.
items such as
items such as
Use a no heat (air) setting for rubber, plastic or heat sensitive
fabrics.
•
Line dry bonded or laminated fabrics.
If you are unsure of the temperature to select for a load, select a
lower setting rather than a higher setting.
NOTE: If you have questions about drying temperatures for
various loads, refer to the care label directions.
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NOTE: Drying time with an automatic cycle varies according to
the type of fabric, size of load, and temperature setting. See
"Drying, Cycle and Temperature Tips."
Timed Dry
Use this cycle to complete drying if items are still damp after the
automatic cycle. Timed Dry is also useful for heavyweight and
bulky items, such as bedspreads, work clothes, and large loads
that require a long drying time. Use this cycle to get up to 60
minutes of heated drying time.
Touch Up
Use this cycle to smooth synthetic and permanent press clothes
that are clean but wrinkled from being crowded in a closet or
suitcase. This setting provides approximately 15 minutes of
heated tumbling followed by a ten minute (approximately) cool
down period. Remove clothes immediately when tumbling stops.
Air Dry
Use the Air Dry cycle for items that require drying without heat
such as rubber, plastic and heat sensitive fabrics. This chart
shows examples of items that can be dried using an air cycle.
Type of Load
20 - 30
Plastic - Shower curtains, tablecloths
20 - 30
Rubber-backed
40 - 50
Olefin, polypropylene,
sheer nylon
NOTE: Check the lint screen and remove any lint accumulated
from items dried on the rack.
Suggested Items for
Rack Drying
Cycle
Setting
Suggested Time
(minutes)
Washable wool items
(block to shape and lay
flat on rack)
Timed Dry
20
Stuffed toys (cotton or
polyester fiber filling)
Timed Dry
20
Stuffed toys (foam rubber
filled)
Air Dry
50
Galoshes (rubber)
Air Dry
20
Foam rubber pillows
Air Dry
50
Tennis shoes
Air Dry
20
Minutes
Foam rubber - pillows, padded bras, stuffed toys
rugs
To remove the dry rack, lift it straight up and out of the dryer.
10 - 20
When using Air Dry
•
Check to see that coverings are securely stitched.
•
Shake and fluff pillows by hand periodically during the cycle.
•
Dry item completely.
Foam rubber pillows are slow to dry.
Knit/Delicate
Use this cycle for most loads of knitted, delicate or sheer fabrics.
Clothes are dried at low heat. When the dryness selected is
reached, a 5 minute (approximately) cool down period begins.
WRINKLE
LAUNDRY CENTER
CARE
GUARD ®II
WRINKLE GUARD II helps keep your clothes wrinkle free when
you don't unload the dryer promptly at the end of a cycle.
WRINKLE GUARD II will tumble clothes periodically for about 45
minutes without heat unless you open the dryer door.
A signal will sound periodically while WRINKLE GUARD II is
running, if the End of Cycle Signal is set to "Signal On."
The dryer rack was shipped with your dryer. Remove and discard
shipping blocks before use.
Cleaning the exterior
Use a soft, damp cloth or sponge to wipe up any spills such as
detergent or bleach. Occasionally wipe the outside of your
washer to keep it looking new.
Use the TUMBLE FREE TM Heated Dryer Rack for items that you
do not want to tumble dry, such as sweaters. When you use the
heated dryer rack, the heated air inside the dryer flows in a
concentrated pattern to allow efficient and uniform drying.
Cleaning the interior
Clean your washer interior by mixing 1 cup (250 mL) of chlorine
bleach and 2 scoops or caps full of detergent. Pour this into your
washer and run it through a complete cycle using hot water.
Repeat this process if necessary.
To use the heated dryer rack:
Do not remove the lint screen.
NOTE: Remove any hard water deposits using only cleaners
labeled as washer safe.
1. Open dryer door.
2.
Slide dryer rack over the bottom of the dryer door opening.
Push down to secure on the frame.
Cleaning fabric softener dispenser
1. Grab the dispenser with both hands. Squeeze and push
upward with thumbs.
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3.
4.
Place wet items on top of the rack. Allow space around items
for air to circulate. The rack does not move, but the drum will
rotate. Make sure items do not hang over the edges or
between rack grille.
Close the door.
5.
Select the desired cycle to match the fabrics in your load.
Items containing foam, rubber, or plastic must be dried on a
clothesline or by using an air cycle. Refer to the following
table.
6.
Start the dryer.
2.
Flush the dispenser with warm water.
3.
Replace clean dispenser.
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To wash
Replace inlet hoses after 5 years of use to reduce the risk of hose
failure. Periodically inspect and replace inlet hoses if bulges,
kinks, cuts, wear, or leaks are found.
1. Roll lint off the screen with your fingers.
2. Wet both sides of lint screen with hot water.
3.
Wet a nylon brush with hot water and liquid detergent. Scrub
lint screen with the brush to remove residue buildup.
When replacing your inlet hoses, mark the date of replacement
on the label with a permanent marker.
Every load cleaning
The lint screen is located in the dryer door opening. Remove lint
before each load. A screen blocked by lint can increase drying
time.
To clean
1.
4.
Rinse screen with hot water.
5.
Thoroughly dry lint screen with a clean towel. Replace screen
in dryer.
Pull the lint screen towards you. Roll lint off the screen with
your fingers. Do not rinse or wash screen to remove lint. Wet
lint is hard to remove.
"
2. Push the lint screen firmly back into place.
IMPORTANT:
•
•
Explosion Hazard
Use nonflammable
Do not run the dryer with the lint screen loose, damaged,
blocked, or missing. Doing so can cause overheating and
damage to both the dryer and fabrics.
Some towels made of synthetic fibers and natural fibers
(polyester and cotton blends) may shed more lint than other
towels, causing your dryer's lint screen to fill up faster. Be
sure to remove lint from the lint screen before and after drying
new towels.
If lint falls off the screen into the dryer during removal,
check the exhaust hood and remove lint. See "Venting
Requirements."
As needed cleaning
Laundry detergent and fabric softener residue can build up on the
lint screen. This buildup can cause longer drying times for your
clothes, or cause the dryer to stop before your load is completely
dry. The screen is probably clogged if lint falls off the screen.
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cleaner.
Failure to do so can result in death, explosion,
or fire.
To clean dryer drum
1. Apply a liquid, non-flammable household cleaner to the
stained area and rub with a soft cloth until all excess dye
is removed.
2.
Wipe drum thoroughly with a damp cloth.
3.
Tumble a load of clean cloths or towels to dry drum.
NOTE: Garments which contain unstable dyes, such as
blue jeans or brightly colored cotton items, may discolor
dryer interior. These stains are not harmful to your dryer
not stain future loads of clothes. Dry unstable dye items
out to prevent dye transfer.
denim
the
and will
inside
Clean the lint screen with a nylon brush every 6 months, or more
frequently if it becomes clogged due to a residue buildup.
From Inside the Dryer Cabinet
Lint should be removed every 2 years, or more often, depending
on dryer usage. Cleaning should be done by a qualified person.
From the Exhaust Vent
Lint should be removed every 2 years, or more often, depending
on dryer usage.
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Install and store your laundry center where it will not freeze.
Because some water may stay in the hoses, freezing can damage
your laundry center. If storing or moving your laundry center
during freezing weather, winterize it.
Non-use
or vacation
care
Operate your laundry center only when you are at home. If you
will be on vacation or not using your laundry center for an
extended period of time, you should:
•
Unplug laundry center or disconnect
power.
•
Turn off the water supply to the washer, This helps avoid
accidental flooding (due to a water pressure surge) while you
are away.
To winterize laundry center
1. Shut off both water faucets.
2. Disconnect and drain water inlet hoses.
3.
Put 1 quart (1 L) of R.V.-type antifreeze in the basket.
4.
Run washer on a drain and spin setting for about 30 seconds
to mix the antifreeze and water.
5.
Unplug laundry center or disconnect
power.
To use laundry center again
1. Flush water pipes and hoses.
2. Reconnect water inlet hoses.
3.
Turn on both water faucets.
4.
5.
Plug in laundry center.
Run the washer through a complete cycle with 1 cup (250 mL)
of detergent to clean out antifreeze.
To transport the laundry center
1. Shut off both water faucets.
2.
Disconnect and drain water inlet hoses.
3.
If laundry center will be moved during freezing weather, put in
a quart (1 L) of R.V.-type antifreeze in the basket. Run washer
on a spin setting for about 30 seconds to mix the antifreeze
and water.
4.
Disconnect the drain from the drain system.
5.
6.
Unplug the power cord.
Disconnect the exhaust vent.
7.
Wash lint screen.
8,
Close shut-off valve in gas supply line.
9.
Disconnect gas supply line pipe and remove fittings attached
to the laundry center pipe.
10. Make sure leveling legs are secure.
11. Place the inlet hoses into the basket.
12. Drape the power cord and drain hose over edge and into the
basket.
13. Use masking tape to secure the washer lid and dryer door.
Re-installing your laundry center
1. Follow the "Installation Instructions"
connect the laundry center.
2.
to locate, level, and
Run the washer through the Normal cycle with 1 scoop or
capful of detergent to clean the washer and remove the
antifreeze, if used.
The dryer light automatically
you open the door,
turns on inside the dryer drum when
To change the drum light
1. Unplug laundry center or disconnect
power.
2.
Open the dryer door. Locate the light bulb cover on the back
wall of the dryer. Remove the screw located in the lower right
corner of the cover. Remove the cover.
3.
Turn bulb counterclockwise.
Replace the bulb only with a lOwatt appliance bulb. Replace the cover and secure with the
screw.
4.
Plug in laundry center or reconnect power.
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Washer won't drain or spin
TROUBLESHOOTING
WASHER
First try the solutions suggested
the cost of a service call...
here and possibly avoid
Washer won't fill, rinse or agitate
•
Is the drain hose clogged, or the end of the drain hose
more than 96 in. (2.4 m) above the floor?.
See the Installation Instructions for proper installation of drain
hose.
•
Is the lid open?
The lid must be closed during operation.
•
Is there excessive sudsing?
Always measure detergent. Follow manufacturer's directions.
If you have very soft water, you might need to use less
detergent.
•
Is your voltage low?
Check your electrical source or call an electrician. Do not use
an extension cord.
Checkthe following:
Is the power cord plugged into a grounded 3 prong outlet?
Is the indicator on the Cycle Control knob properly lined up
with a cycle? Turn the Cycle Control knob to the right slightly
and pull to start.
Are the water inlet valve screens clogged?
Washer
stuck
Are both the hot and cold water faucets turned on?
continues
to fill or drain, or the cycle seems
Is the water inlet hose kinked?
Is the top of drain hose lower than the water level in
washer?
The top of the hose must be higher than the water level in the
washer for proper operation (see "Installation Instructions"),
Does the water level seem too low, or does the washer
appear to not fill completely?
The top of the agitator is much higher than the highest water
level. This creates a perception that the washer is not filling
completely. This is normal.
Washer
•
Does the drain hose fit too tightly in the standpipe, or is it
taped to the standpipe?
The drain hose should be loose yet fit securely, Do not seal
the drain hose with tape, The hose needs an air gap. See the
Installation Instructions,
stops
Checkthe following:
Is the power cord plugged into a grounded 3 prong outlet?
Is the indicator on the Cycle Control knob properly lined up
with a cycle? Turn the Cycle Control knob to the right slightly
and pull to start.
Washer
•
Are the water inlet valve screens clogged?
Is the water inlet hose kinked?
Is there power at the plug?
Check your electrical source or call an electrician.
•
Has a fuse blown or is the circuit breaker open?
If problem continues, call an electrician.
•
Are you using an extension cord?
Do not use an extension cord.
•
Isthe washer overloaded?
Wash smaller loads.
Is the load balanced and the laundry center level?
The wash load should be balanced and not overloaded.
The laundry center must be level. The front feet should be
properly installed and the nuts tightened. Reset the rear
leveling legs (if needed), See "Installation Instructions."
Are both the hot and cold water faucets turned on?
•
makes noise
Did you completely remove the yellow shipping strap with
cotter pins?
See "Installation Instructions".
•
Gears are engaging after the drain and before spin.
These are normal washer noises.
Washer
leaks
Check the following:
Are the fill hoses tight? Are the fill hose washers properly
seated? Is the drain hose clamp properly installed? See
"installation Instructions."
Is the washer in a normal pause in the Permanent
Press cycle?
The washer pauses for about 2 minutes in the Permanent
Press cycle, Allow the cycle to continue.
Is the sink or drain clogged?
Sink and standpipe must be able to handle 17 gal. (64 L) of
water per minute.
Is water deflecting off the tub ring or the load?
Center the tub before starting the washer.
The wash load should be balanced and not overloaded. The
fill or spray rinses can deflect off the load.
The laundry center must be level. The front feet should be
properly installed and the nuts tightened. Reset the rear
leveling legs (if needed), See "installation Instructions."
•
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Check household plumbing for leaks.
Washer
basket is crooked
•
Was the washer basket pulled forward during loading?
The wash load should be balanced and not overloaded. Push
the basket to the center before starting wash.
•
Is the load balanced and the laundry center level?
The wash load should be balanced and not overloaded.
Stains on load
•
Dilute fabric softener and add to the rinse portion of a cycle
only. Do not drip fabric softener on clothes.
The laundry center must be level. The front feet should be
properly installed and the nuts tightened. Reset the rear
leveling legs (if needed). See "Installation Instructions."
•
•
Is there above average iron (rust) in water?
You may need to install an iron filter.
The washer basket moves while washing.
This is normal.
Agitator
Did you properly sort the load?
Sort dark clothes from whites and lights.
Did you unload the washer promptly?
To avoid dye transfer, unload the washer as soon as it stops.
operation
The top of the agitator is loose, or moves in only one
direction.
This is normal.
Dispensers
clogged
Did you followthe
manufacturer's directions when adding
detergent and fabric softener?
Measure detergent and fabric softener. Use enough detergent
to remove soil and hold it in suspension.
Load is wrinkled
•
Did you use the right cycle for the load being washed?
Use the Permanent Press cycle or another cycle with low spin
speeds (if available) to reduce wrinkling.
•
Did you unload the washer promptly?
Unload the washer as soon as it stops.
•
Bid you overload the washer?
The wash load must be balanced and not overloaded.
should move freely during washing.
or bleach leaking
Did you follow the manufacturer's directions when adding
detergent and fabric softener to the dispensers?
Measure detergent and fabric softener. Carefully pour into the
dispensers, Wipe up all spills,
Dilute fabric softener in the fabric softener dispenser.
Did you put powdered or color-safe bleach in the liquid
chlorine bleach dispenser?
Add powdered or liquid color-safe bleach directly to the
basket. Do not use the chlorine bleach dispenser for colorsafe bleach.
•
Was the wash water warm enough to relax wrinkles?
If safe for the load, use warm wash water.
•
Are the hot and cold water hoses reversed?
Check to be sure the hot and cold water hoses are connected
to the right faucets (see "Installation Instructions").
Load too wet
Did you use the right cycle for the load being washed?
Select a cycle with a higher spin speed (if available).
Did you use a cold rinse?
Cold rinses leave loads wetter than warm rinses. This is
normal.
Loads
Load is tangled or twisted
•
•
Bid you overload the washer?
The wash load must be balanced and not overloaded.
should move freely during washing.
Loads
Bid you wrap items around the agitator?.
Drop items loosely into the washer. Do not wrap items around
the agitator.
Residue or lint on load
Gray whites, dingy colors
•
•
•
Did you sort properly?
Sort lint givers (towels, chenille) from lint takers (corduroy,
synthetics). Also sort by color.
•
Bid you overload the washer?
The wash load must be balanced and not overloaded. Lint
can be trapped in the load if overloaded. Wash smaller loads.
Bid you properly sort the load?
Dye transfer can occur when mixing whites and colors in a
load. Sort dark clothes from whites and lights.
•
Was the wash temperature too low?
Use warm washes if safe for the load.
Checkthe
following:
Was paper or tissue left in the pockets?
Did you use enough detergent, or do you have hard
water?
Use more detergent for washing heavy soils in cold or hard
water.
Did you use enough detergent? Follow manufacturer's
directions. Use enough detergent to hold the lint in the water.
Is your water colder than 70°F (21°C)? Wash water colder
than 70°F (21°C) may not completely dissolve the detergent.
•
Are the hot and cold water hoses reversed?
Check to be sure the hot and cold water hoses are connected
to the right faucets (see "Installation Instructions").
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Garment
•
•
Was a cold rinse water used? Was the load very wet?
Expect longer drying times with items rinsed in cold water
and with items that hold moisture (cottons).
•
Is the load too large and heavy to dry quickly?
Separate the load to tumble freely.
damage
Checkthe following:
Were sharp items removed from pockets before washing?
Empty pockets, zip zippers, snap or hook fasteners before
washing.
Dryer will not run
Were strings and sashes tied to prevent tangling?
Were items damaged before washing? Mend rips and broken
threads in seams before washing.
•
Did you overload the washer?
The wash load must be balanced and not overloaded.
should move freely during washing.
•
•
Has a fuse blown, or has a circuit breaker tripped?
Loads
Was a regular fuse used? Use a time-delay fuse.
Is the dryer door firmly closed?
Did you properly add chlorine bleach?
Do not pour chlorine bleach directly on load. Wipe up bleach
spills. Undiluted bleach will damage fabrics.
•
Bid you follow the manufacturer's
Checkthe
following:
Is the power cord plugged in?
Was the START button firmly pressed?
Is a cycle selected?
care label instructions?
Unusual sounds
TROUBLESHOOTING
DRYER
•
Has the dryer had a period of non-use?
If the dryer hasn't been used for a while, there may be a
thumping sound during the first few minutes of operation.
The gas valve clicking is a normal operating sound.
First try the solutions suggested here and possibly avoid
the cost of a service call...
Clothes are not drying satisfactorily
•
Lint on load
•
Checkthe following:
Is the lint screen clogged with lint?
Is the exhaust vent or outside exhaust hood clogged with lint,
restricting air movement? Run the dryer for 5-10 minutes.
Hold your hand under the outside exhaust hood to check air
movement. If you do not feel air movement, clean exhaust
system of lint or replace exhaust vent with heavy metal or
flexible metal vent (see "Installation Instructions").
Is the load properly sorted?
Sort lint givers (towels, chenille) from lint takers (corduroy,
synthetics). Also sort by color.
•
Is the load too big or too heavy?
Dry smaller loads so lint can be carried to the lint screen.
•
Was the load overdried?
Use correct dryer settings for load type. Overdrying can
cause lint-attracting static electricity (see "Drying, Cycle and
Temperature Tips").
Is the exhaust vent crushed or kinked? Replace with heavy
metal or flexible metal vent (see "Installation Instructions").
Was paper or tissue
Has a fuse blown, or a circuit breaker tripped?
left in pockets?
Is pilling being mistaken for lint?
Pilling (surface fuzz) is caused by normal wear and
laundering.
Has an air dry cycle been selected? Select the right cycle for
the types of garments being dried (see "Drying, Cycle and
Temperature Tips").
Is the valve open on the gas supply line?
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Is the lint screen clogged?
Clean lint screen. Check for air movement.
Stains on load or color change
Are fabric softener sheets blocking the grille? Use only one
fabric softener sheet and only use it once.
•
Is the dryer located in a room with temperature
below
45°F (7°C}?
Proper operation of dryer cycles requires temperatures above
45°F (7°C).
Was dryer fabric softener properly used?
Add dryer fabric softener sheets at the beginning of the cycle.
Fabric softener sheets added to a partially-dried load can
stain your garments.
•
Were items soiled when placed in the dryer?
Items should be clean before being dried.
•
Wereitems properly sorted?
Sort light colors from dark colors. Sort colorfast items from
noncolorfast items.
Items shrinking
•
Wasthe dryer overloaded?
Dry smaller loads that can tumble freely.
•
Did the load overdry?
Check the manufacturer's care label. Match dryer setting to
load type (see "Drying, Cycle and Temperature Tips").
Loads are wrinkled
•
Was the load removed
•
Wasthe dryer overloaded?
Dry smaller loads that can tumble freely.
•
Did the load overdry?
Check the manufacturer's care label. Match dryer setting to
load type (see "Drying, Cycle and Temperature Tips").
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Have you recently been painting, staining or varnishing in
the area where your laundry center is located?
If so, ventilate the area. When the odors or fumes are gone
from the area, re-wash and dry the clothing.
•
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Were zippers, snaps, and hooks left open?
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1-800-827-6655.
Were strings and sashes tied to prevent tangling?
Were care label instructions
followed?
Were items damaged before drying?
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