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User Manual-
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RTANTSAFETYiNSTRUCTiONS
- To r_u_
to persons
when
pr_au#ons,
risk
of
your
tire,
electric
appfiance,
shock,
fotlow
or
injury
basic
including the following:
irtstructior_
Read
2,
Do not dry artictes that have been previously cleaned in, washed in,
soaked in, or spotted with gasoline, dry-cleaning
solvents, or other
flammable
or explosive substances, as they give off vapors that
ignite
before
using
appliance+
I.
could
all
the
using
the
or explode,
3.
Do not allow children to playon
or in the applmnce.
Close supervision
of children is necessary when the appliance
is used near children.
4.
Before the appliance
door to the dry+rig
msremoved
from service
or discarded,
remove
the
compartment.
5.
Do not reach
into the appliance
6.
Do not install or store this appliance
and/or
to the weather.
7.
Do not tamper
8.
Do not repair
with
if the drum
is moving.
where
it will be exposed
to water
controls.
or replace
any part of the appliance
or attempt
any
sept, acing unless specmtlcatty recommended
in the user-malntenance
+nstruchons or _n published user+repair _nstruchons that you understand
and have skills to cart30UL
9.
Do not use fabric
recommended
soReners
at products
b'_ the manufactmer
10. Do not use heat to dry articles
textured rubber-like
materials.
11. Clean lint screen befofe
to eliminate
of the fabric
conEain_ng
static unless
softener
roam rubber
or product.
or mm+larly
_r al_er each load.
12. Keep area around the exhaust opening and adjacent surrounding
areas free from the accumulation
of lira+ dust and dirt.
13+ }-he interior
periodically
14, Do not place
of the appliance
by quatlhed
and the exhaust
serwce
terns exposed
to cooking
oils in your dryer,
contaminated
with cooking oils may contribute
reaction that could cause a load to catch fire.
15.
duct should
be cleaned
personnel,
Items
to a chemical
If material has been used with any flammable
liquids or solids +tshould
not be used in the dryer until all traces of the flammable
liquids and its
fumes have bee[] removed.
16.Thisdryermust
beproperly
installed
inaccordance
with the
installation
instructJor-s
before itisused, See grounding instructions
in the installation
section.
17. Proper grounding
must be erlsured to reduce the risk of electric shock
and fire. Check with a qualified
elecU ician or service personnel if you
are in doubt
18.
Use the dryer
as to whether
only for its intended
19. Always disconnect
service. Disconnect
20. Replace
2!
worn
]b reduce
adapters
the dryer
is properly
purpose,
grounded.
drying
clothes,
dryer from electrical supply before
power cord bY grasping the plug,
power
cords and/or
loose plugs,
tile risk of elec_Jic shock or fire,
to connect
dryer
attempting
any
not eJle cord.
to electrical
do not use extension
power
cords or
source.
SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS
For Future Use
Risk el child entrapment.
dryer,
take
off
Before
you
throw
the door so that
not easily
get trapped
away
children
your
may
ir_ide.
Thank you for using our Haler
product. This easy-to-use manual wilt
guide you in getting the best use of
your
Model number
dryer.
Remember
to record
serial
number,
back
of the dryer:
Serial number
the model and
Tlley are on a label
in
Da_e of pumhase
Staple your receipt to your manual. You will
warranty
_rvic_.
2
r_ed
it to obtain
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TablesOf Contents
PAGE
Safety Instructions ............................................................................
1
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................
4
Understanding the Control Panel..........................................................
4
Preparations before drying..................................................................
6
Load clothes into drye.r.....................................................................
7
Auto Dry cycle ...................................................................................
7
Timed Dry cycl_ ...............................................................................
10
Rack Dry cycle .................................................................................
Other Features.................................................................................
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Normal Operating Sounds.................................................................
Tips.................................................................................................
12
]2
Care and Cleaning Guide ..............................................................
13
Troubleshooting
14
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INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS
.......................................................
15
Toolsand Materials Required .............................................................
Electrical Requirements .....................................................................
Unpacking Your Dryer........................................................................
15
]5
]5
Exhaust System Connections ..........................................................
Requirements and Instructions............................................................
Materials ............................................................................................
16
]6
]7
Location of Your Drye_.......................................................................
Installation in Mobile Home ...............................................................
]9
20
Electrical Connections. ...................................................................
21
Requirements and Instructions............................................................
3-Wire Cord Connections ..................................................................
21
22
4-Wire Cord Connections ..................................................................
23
OPERATINGINSTRUCTIONS
Understanding
the Control
Panel
©
Start/Pause
Button: (1)
* Pressthis button once to start the dry process. Pressthis button once again to
pause the activity during the dry cycle.
Off Button: (2)
* Press the button
to turn the dryer OFF.
Signal Button: (3)
* Used to select buzzing volume
or turn off the buzzer.
Temp Button: (4)
Used to set drying temperature. There are 4 available drying temperatures:
High, Medium, Low, and Air Dry (no heat).
SensorDryLevelButton:(5)
Used
tosetdrying
timeofauto-programs.
Ifnoauto-program
isselected,
pressing
thebutton
isinactive
andwillgetalarms.
Wrinkle Saver Button: (6)
This convenient feature lets you delay the start of the dry cycle between 3 to
24 hours. Press the "Wrinkle Saver" to choose the number of hours you want to
delay the start of the cycle.
* If no delay, the wrinkle saver indicator is off and remaining time indicator is on.
The nixie display indicates remaining time of non-reserved program.
If setting "Wrinkle Saver" in standby status, the nixie display indicates 3 hr, which
will increase by 1 hr with each pressing (until 24 and return to 3). If keep
pressed for 1.5 s, nixie display indicated value will increase continuously.
More Time & Less Time Button: (7)
Set time from 0 to 180 minute when Timed Dry or Rack
Dry cycle selected.
Timed-Dry Cycles Button: (8)
* "Timed-Dry Cycles" button will let you select your desired dry mode.
Timed Dry: you can set status of "Temp", "Signal" and dry time
with "More Time" and "Less Time" buttons by yourself.
Rack Dry: the program used to dry article like sport shoes.
Auto-Dry Cycles Button: (9)
"Auto-Dry cycles" button will let you select your desired dry cycles. For your
convenience,
there are seven fabric care dry cycles programmed
in
this mode:Normal,
Heavy, Cotton,Bulky Items, Casual, Delicate ,Touch
Up and Customer.
Normal
Normal drying
Heavy
Big clothes drying like jeans
Cotton
Special
Bulky Items
Drying bulky clothing
Casual
Drying casual
drying for cotton
everyday
clothes
clothes
Delicate
Drying small quantity
Touch Up
Used to select wrinkle-remove
clothes and delicates
Custom
The drying program defined
function
by user himself and stored.
Status lights: (10)
Status lights give notification of which part of the cycle the machine is in.
Digital display: (11)
* Indicate
Indicate
Note:
remaining
remaining
if door opened
time (rain) during cycle operation.
reserved time (hr) during reservation.
during cycle
running,
displays "E2" and alarms.
Function Light Indicator:
The function "display light" indicates
cycle is about to begin.
selected
feature
is "ON" or the
*, During the dry cycle, "flashing light" indicates current running program.
,, Rapidly flashing light indicates that the dryer is not operating properly.
Preparations
before
drying
Group the clothes of the same kind (cotton, chemical fibres, woolen) to
Dark and light colored clothes shall be separately dried. Fabrics prone
lint and those prone to adhering lint shall be separately dried. Clothes
failing lint shall be turned inside out before putting into the dryer.
Make sure buttons and ornaments on the clothes are high temperature
dry.
to failing
prone to
resistant
and won't damage
drum surface. Before loading, the clothes shall have their
zippers zipped up, buttons and hooks done up and belts tied so as to avoid
entanglement
or other obstacles.
tf possible, turn out the clothes pockets for uniform drying.
Check if clothes remain soiled. If yes, wash it away again, otherwise the soils after
drying may not be removed permanently.
* Small articles shall be collected in a mesh bag before loading and drying, so as to
avoid entanglement
and ensure easy to be taken out.
Make sure power socket is reliably grounded. The grounding terminal shall not be
connected
to gas or tap water pipelines.
Make sure exhaust duct has been connected
with extension pipe.
Make sure lint filter is clean and then assemble
it properly. If lint filter is not
in place, tumbling
items could enter the exhaust system and cause damage
to the dryer.
Notes: tt applies to Auto Dry cycle and Timed Dry cycle. For Rack Dry cycle,
remove the lint filter and assemble the drying rack with its rear end slightly
downward inclined. The assembled status is as shown in the following figure:
Drying rac__k
Drum J
Front door
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Load
clothes
into
dryer
Auto Dry cycle and Timed Dry cycle
The appropriate
load shall be 1/3 _ 1/2 of the drum volume. Avoid too much load,
for a certain space is needed to allow clothes free rotation for uniform and wrinkleproof drying.
When drying big articles, only 2-3 pieces shall be loaded at a time and
supplemented
with middle and small articles.
For elaborate
clothes or less load, two towels without tint falling may be added to
get better drying and wrinkle-proof effects.
* Do not excessively dry clothes to avoid wrinkles, shrinkage,
chargesaccumulation
and more lint.
roughness,
electrostatic
Rack Dry cycle
This program is designed specially for articles like sport shoes. During drying
please make sure the clothes reliably stay on the rack with no risk of entangling
the agitation blade while drum is rotating.
Note:
drying
Auto
If drying rack is not in place, rolling inner tub could collid with
rack and causes damage
to the dryer and drying rack.
Dry cycle
1. Press any
button
except
"Off"
button
to power
on
* Turn on the power switch, the computer
board beeps once and the dryer transfers
from off status to the initial operating status (Normal program);
If no "Start/Pause" button is pressed in 5 min after powering on, it automatically
cuts off power and returns to off status;
* It returns to off status immediately
upon end of a cycle;
Whatever status the computer
board is (start, pause, alarm etc), Pressing
"Off' button will stop all operations and it enters off status.
oVarious
button
initial
status
for"Normal
program"
CycleSignal Softer
Wrinkle
Care
Off
Cycles
Normal
Nixie
display
Indicate
current
program
remaining
time
Temp
High
sensor
DryLevel MoreDry
Timed/Cycles Auto-program
2. Press "Auto-Dry
Cycles"
button
to select
a suitable
full automatic
,, The Normal program will be automatically selected after powering on. If other
full automatic program is desired, press "Auto-Dry Cycles" button
until corresponding indicator turns on.
iiiii_ iiiiiii
Normal
Casual
Heavy
Delicate
Cotton
Bulky Items
_
;
Touch Up
Custom
A._t;_ry
" TO select your desired settings the "Custom" function should be chosen.
o It can memorize programs defined by user and display the previous program
upon next application
of this function.
Use details are as follows:
After powering on, press "Auto-Dry Cycles" until"Custom" status, then set
"Timed-Dry Cycles" to Timed Dry or Rack Dry, and set status of other buttons.
Press "Start/Pause" button or after half a minute, the program defined by
user himself will be stored and will be directly displayed upon next use.
Notes: Pressing "Sensor Dry Level" button will be inactive during use of
"Custom" function.
cycle
3. Press "Sensor Dry Level" button to select a suitable drying time
,, After powering on, the clothes dryer automatically sets dryness at "very",
which means a longer drying time. If other drying time is desired, press
"Sensor Dry Level" button to select a shorter time.
4, Press "Temp" button to set a suitable drying temperature
,, After switching on, the dryer sets corresponding
temperature
adapting to
different program selected. If other drying temperature
is wanted, press
"Temp"
button
to enable
such a selection.
5, Press "Signal" button, you will be reminded
end of a cycle
up upon
,, After switching on, the dryer automatically
sets buzzer at "Softer", while the
user may define three prompt sound conditions "Louder", "Softer" and "Off".
6, Press "Wrinkle Saver"button
program
to select a suitable reserved drying
After powering on, the dryer delay start drying program automatically
sets as disabled.
When you desire a drying cycle ends at a delay time, press "Wrinkle Saver" button to
set wrinkle saver drying program. After initial pressing, the nixie display indicates 3 hrs,
which will be increased until 24 hrs by an increment 1 hr with every pressing. Pressagain
will display drying time. Here if press again, it will repeat from 3 hrs. if keep pressed for
1.5 s, nixie display will increase continuously.
• When"Wrinkle Saver" is enabled,
your selected
program
indicator
turns off while
"Wrinkle Saver"indicator
and remaining reservation time indication turn on. During
reserved period, pressing "Wrinkle Saver" button can indicate reserve status.
To change
re-select.
operating
program
or cancel
delay, you should cut off the supply and
7, Press "Touch Up" button to select wrinkle-proof
Use the"Touch
Up" cycle to complete
Automatic cycle.
* You can also use the"Touch
which packed
drying mode
drying if clothes are still damp after the
Up" cycle to remove wrinkles from clean clothes
tightly in a suitcase or closet.
8, Press "Start/Pause" button
If starting the machine, firstly close the front door and then press this button.
If pause is needed during machine operating, press this button. Pressing again will
resume operation.
Timed
Dry cycle
1, Press any button except "Off" button to power on
2, Press "Timed-Dry Cycles" button and select "Timed Dry" cycle
After powering
on, press "Timed-Dry Cycle" button to select "Timed Dry" program.
3, Press "More Time" And "LessTime" buttons to set a suitable time
* After setting "Timed-Dry Cycle" to
increase
or decrease
"Timed Dry", you can press these two buttons
to
drying time as you desires.
4-6, Press buttons "Temp", "Cycle Signal", "Wrinkle saver", and "Touch
Up" to define your desired program
o Notes: For "Timed Dry" program, use of buttons "Temp", "Cycle Signal", "Wrinkle
Saver" and "Touch Up" is the same as for auto-programs.
"Sensor Dryness Level" is
here inactive,
pressing of which will get alarms.
7, Press "Start/Pause" button
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Rack
Dry cycle
1, Press any button except "Off" button to power on
2, Press "Timed-Dry Cycles" button and select "Rack Dry" cycle
After powering
on, press "Timed-Dry Cycle" button
to select "Rack Dry" program.
3, Press "More Time" And "LessTime" buttons to set a suitable time
* After setting "Timed-Dry Cycle" to "Rack Dry", you can press these two buttons
increase or decrease drying time as you desires.
to
4-7, Press buttons "Temp", "Signal", "Wrinkle saver", and "Touch
Up" to define your desired program
* Notes: For "Rack Dry" program, use of buttons "Temp", "Signal", "wrinkle
Saver" and "Touch up" is the same as for auto-programs.
"Sensor Dry Level" is
here inactive, pressing of which will get alarms.
8, Press "Start/Pause" button
Other
Features
Your dryer atso has the following
features
for your convenience:
Lint Filter:
• All dryers come
eve_/use
Leveling
(read
with a lint filter that needs to be cleaned
Careand
CleaningGuide
before
or after
Section).
Legs:
• Your dryer has four leveling legs which are located in the front and rear
corners of your dryer. After instatlingyour dryer in its final position,
you can level your dryer.
• Leveling tegs can be adjusted by turning them clockwise to raise your
dryer or by turning them counterclockwise
to lower your dryer.
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Norma_
©perat_n9
Sounds
_o[Ic_vir_g sol,rids are normally
t_ald
d_rH_g 8_._ o{)e_af_on of t__ dryer.
• Tumbling sounds: [his is normal as Lhe heavy wet ctoth_s in the dryer
are continuously
being tossed aro_ld
• Air _wshfng n_:
This havens
as t#_ dryer" drum sp#_ at v_'y high
RPM and ttm_air B rushing through the drye_ drum,
- "|imer dick_, may be heard.
• For best dryin 9 resutt& clean the lint fflte_ before
• Do _ot overload
and after every use,
_e dryer,
- Balance the dryer
load, evenly throughout
, Drying hme det_nds
on many vadabI¢_:
the dryer for the _t
load size, _pe of fa_xic and
mo_s_._e in K heat and rnci_s_orein fhe r(xo_m e_J{c
the exhaus£ duct etc,
, To elimina_
g_s#lg
r_ults.
and co_se_ve erergy,
vottage_ lengU] of
we re_omfwand fo[ erl>Jin
clo_'_es to choose an Auto Drying setSng,
- Always follow
ufactur_.
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the fabric care msl'ru@ons supplied by the 9a_rr÷nt man
CareandcleaningGuide
lint hirer ne_-.--ds
|o be c|eaned l:_.fo_e and a_r
e_:;h _
R_ yr_]r unit to
o|£,fale at optimum eJfic_ency. The fitte_ can _ slid o_J, by pulling o_
tt-_ _ab lecated on tl_ inside of the drier door. |he filler may Ihe
was_d
or vacl_JfY_d. Remove the excess wa_r
gen_y shaking the fil_:
lhis will remove d_
from tr_ filer
by
and particle_ trapped
in
the #1_. [i_ build-up in s_-,_eenreslricts airflc_t,,, which ct_[£.-.eslonger
drying braes, A_ter cleaning, slide _e filter back in pla_. DO NOT
USE YOUR
DRYER
WITHOUT
THE LINT FILTER,
lint filer
- Do not u_ any _pe of spray clear, at when cleaning
the in_erior.
Haza_'does fumes o_ electdc shock could oc_:ut, If drye_ drum becomes
shrined, clean the drum with a damp cloth, Remove ar_ resld_
befc_-e
drying tl_ next load.
. Clean cabinel wi_£_mild soap and wa_e_. Do not u_2 harsh ol alxasive
cteane[s, this could damage
the d[}_er.
• Clean the duct and tl_ vent on a reglJar
could affect the efficieecy
ba_s to avoid dogging
which
of the dryer.
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TroubleShooting
Dryer
does
not
operate:
, Check if unit is plugged
in, The plug may have come loose,
• C,heck if the electrical w_all receptacle is of proper voltage.
, Check if the circuit breaker needs to be reset or if the fuse
needs to be re|Mao_d.
, Check if tile unit is in "Off"
mode. Press Start bu_on again.
, Check if door is open,
Dryer is working
but not drying
the _lothes:
• Unit may be over loaded. The dryer drum should only be half full,
, Check exhaust ducls and vent, Vent should be free of all obstructions.
• D[_t should be lint and dust free. Ducts should be cleaned regularly:
• Dryer load needs to be resorted, Heavy clothes may eeed to
be separa_d
from regular
clothes.
• Bulky clothes may require
repesitioning,
• tf clothes dry unevenly a higher dry se_ing may be _equired or
clothes in the dryer may [Red to be resorted.
Dryer
making
noise
• Coin& loose change,
when
drying:
buttons and other heav'y objects court make noise.
, Dryer may need to be leveled eventy,
Read Operating
Guide - Normal
Operating
Sounds,
Static:
• Caused by over drying.
Adjust for shorter drying time.
. Mixed _._,'ithsynthel]¢ fabric.
• Use a fabric softener:
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Sort and separate different fabrics.
Installation Instructions
Select a suitable location for the dryer on a hard even surface away from direct
sunlight or heat source e,g, radiators, baseboard healers, cooing
appliances etc.
Any floor unevenness should be corrected with the leveling legs located on the
bottom of the dryer.
TooJs
and
Paaterials
Required
, Phillips head and fiathead
- CharmeFIock
- 1/2
adjus_ble
screwdrivers
pliers
inch open end wrencls
, Carper_er_
• Measuring
level
tape (12ft. rain.)
Duct tape
• Rigid or flexible
metal 4 inch (10.2 cm) duct
, Vent hood
EJec_r_ca[ Requirement.s
Power
Supply:
3 or 4 wire, 240 VotL 30 Amp, 60Hz,
Power
Supp|y
Cord
1 Phase
Kit= (not supphed when sold m the United Sta_es)
[he dryeJ MIJST emplr_y a 3 conductor
po_._er supply cord NEMA 10 30
type SRD] rated at 240 Volt AC minimum
30 Amp,, wtlh 3 open end
spade lug connectors with upturned ends or closed loop oonnecl.o[s and
marked for use with clothes dryers, if being installed in a manufactured
(mobile) home, the dryer MUST employ a 4Conductor power supply cord
NEMA 14-30 type SRDT or ST (as required) raled at 240 VoBt AC
minimum
uptamed
dryels.
Unpacking
30 Amp,, with 4 open end spade lug conr_ctors
with
ends or clcead loop connectors and marked for use with clothes
See Eleclrtcal Conr_clJons
rYour
for A 4-Wire
System.
Dryer
1. Remove all packaging
material.
1"his includes the foam base and all
adhesive tape holding the dryer accessories inside and ouLside.
2. Inspect and remove any remains d packaging,
materials before using the dryer.
tape Or p_inted
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ExhaustSystemConnections
Requirements
and Instructions
1. Do not use plastic flexible duct to exhaust the dryer. Exc_ive
inside exhaust system and create a fire hazard
lint can build up
and reslrict air flow. Restricted air
flow will increase dryer times. If your present system is made up of plastic duct or
metal foil duct; replace it wdh a rigid or flexible metal duct. Ensure present duct
is free of any tiwl prior to installing
dryer duct.
2 If the dryer is not exhausted out doors, some fine lint will be expelled
into the laundry area. An accamutalion of lint in any area of the home can
create a health and fire hazard.
EXHAUSTED OUTDOORS.
3. Do not atle,_t combustible
draperies/curtains,
material
To reduce risk of fire, dryer MUST BE
(for example: clothing,
paper) to come in contact with exhaust system. The dryer
m[_ not be exhausted intoa chimney, a wall, a ceiling, or any concealed
of a building which can accumulate lint, resulting in a fire hazard.
4. Exceeding the length of duct pipe or number of elbo_Arsallowed
the "Maximum
length"
charts can cause an accumulation
space
in
of lint in
the exhaust system. Plugging the system could create a fire hazard,
as well as increase drying times.
5. Do not screen the exhaest ends of the vent system, nor Lrda any screws
or rivers to assemble the exhaust system. Bnt can become caught in the screen,
on the scrotumsor riveS, clogging the duct work and creating a fire hazard as _ell
as increasing drying times. Use an approved vent hood to terminate the duct outdoors, and seat al!.joints wilt] duct tape. All male duct pipe fittings must be
installed dc_wnstream with the flow of air.
_
xplosion hazard:
Do not iustall the dryer where gasoline Or other flammables
If the dryer is ins.ailed in a garage,
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are kept or stored.
it must be minimum of 18 inches (45.7 cm)
above the floor, Failure to do so can result in death, explosion,
fire or burns
Useonly4 inch(10_2
cm)diameter
(minimum)
rigidorflexible
metal
ductand
approved
venthoodwhich
hasasv_ting-out
damper
hato_n_Hhen
thedryerisin
operation.
When
thedryers_o}'_,
thedampers
automatically
close
toprevent
drafts
andtheentrance
ofinsects
androdents.
Toavoidre_stricting
theoutieL
maintain
a
minimum
of12indies
(30.5cm)clearance
beb_yeen
theventhoodandtheground
oranyotherobs_uct_on:
The"vent ftap should be able to move freely,
MAXIMUM
E)0rlAUST LENGTH
Vl_NTHOODTYPE
gO"
o
_
_ol_,
118°28
m_
_.
(12,19 ml
N_n_
of
go_
{10.2=ml
0
1
2
f
IN_AU. MALE Fff"_N_ iN THE _
DIP,EC_ION
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After installation
delermine
is completed,
Ibe following
method must be used to
if tile exhaust system is acceptable:
1. Connect an inclined
or digital manometer
bebrceen the dryer and the
point the exhaust connects to the dryer:
2. Set the dryer timer and lemperature
to air fluff (cool down)
and start the dryer.
3. Read the measurement
on the manometer.
4. The system back pressure must not be higher than 0.75
inches
of water column. If the system back pressure is less than 0.75
inches of water column, the system is acceptable.
reading
restrictive
Although
extenualing
If the manometer
is higher than 0,75 inches of water column, the system is too
and the installation
is unacceptable.
vertical oNen 'tatlon of the exhaust sys_[em is acoep|abte,
mrcumstances
could affect the performance
certain
of the dryer:
1. Only the rigid metal duct work should be used.
2. Venting veracaIly through
down drafts
cau£thg
an
a roof may expose the exhaust system to
ir_rease ii1 vent re_lnchon.
S. Running the exhaust system tl_rough an area not insulated may cause
condensanon and fasler aoP,umulation of hnt.
4, Compression
o_ crimping
of the exhaust system w_lt cause an increase
n vent restriction.
The exhaust system should be inspected
and cleaned a minimum
of every
18 months with normal usage. The more the dryer is used, the more often
you should check the e×haust syslem and vent hood for proper operation,
18
Location of Your Dryer
Do Not Install Your Dryer:
In an area exposed
to dripping
water or outside weather
• an area where it will come in contact with curtains,
or anything that will obstruct the flow of combustion
On carpet.
Floor must be solid with a maximum
conditions.
thick carpet,
and ventilation
In
air.
slope of 1inch (2.54 cm).
DIMENSIONS
(
)
3
l
RFJ_R VIEW
SIDE VIES/
19
Bnsf®ll®fion
in Mobile
Home
Dryer must be exhausted outside
home) using metal ducting that
Metal ducting must be 4 inches
no obstructions. Rigid metal duct
If dryer
mobile
outside
mobile
(outdoors, not beneath the mobile
will not support combustion.
(10.t6 cm) in diameter with
is preferred.
is exhausted through the floor and area beneath the
home is enclosed, the exhaust system must terminate
the enclosure with the termination securely fastened to the
home structure.
Refer to previous
*, Installation
pages for other important
must conform
Construction
to current Manufactured
& Safety Standard.
Correct
incorrect
Correct
incorrect
Incorrect
2O
venting
requirements.
Home
Electrical
Connections
Requirements
and
1, This appliance
Instructions
must be properly
dryer is not properly
grounded.
grounded.
Electrical shock can result ifthe
Follow the instrectior_
in this manual
for p_oper grounding.
2. Do net use an e×tension cord with this dryer. Some exiension cords are not
designed to w_thstand the amounts of electrical
can melt, c_eatJng electJic shock and/or
current lhls dryer
ul_hTes and
fire ha:_ard. Locate the dryer within
reach of the receptacle for the lenglh power cord to be purchased
allowing some slack tn the cord_ Refer to the electrical requi_emenls
in this manual
for the proper power cord to be purchased.
3. A U.L approved
strain /elid
must be inslalled
onto power cord, If the slrain
relief is not at[ached the cord can be pulled out of the dryer and can be cut
by an_ movement of the cord, resulf_ng in electrical shock
4. Do not use an aluminum wire receptacle with copper wired
cord and plug (of vice vessel), A chemical
coppef
and aluminum
power
seaction occurs behA_en
and can cause electrical
shorts. The proper wiring
and receptacle _s a copper wired power cord w_th a coplse_ w_sed receptacle.
Note:
Dryers operating
on 208 Volt power supply witl have longer
drying times than operating
on 240 'dolt power supply.
Danger:
improper connection
j_
can
result inif a
electrical
shock.
Check the
withappliance
a licensedis
electrician
youriskareof in
doubt as
to whether
properly
of the equipment
grounding
conductor
grounded,
21
I-Wire
Cord
Oonne ;tions
(USA only)
green
brttt
lerllina[
1. Remove the scre_s securing the terminal
and the strain relief mounting
dryer
block access cover
bracket located on tl_e back of the
upl3er corner.
2. Install a |l.[
approved
of the mounlng
3. Thread a U.[.
SRDT. through
strain relief into the power cord entry hole
bracket.
Finger lghten
Approved
the nut only at this lm]e,
30 Amp. Power cord, NEMA 10-30
TyFe
the strata relief.
4. Attach the power cord neul'al [center wire) conductor
colored center term, hal on the terminal block.
to the brass
tighten the screw securely.
5. Attach the remaining
two power cord outer conductors
outer brass colored terminals
screws securely, Warning:
wirlngicondl_;tor
6. Realach
on the terminal
to the
block, lighten
both
Do not make a sharp bend or crh-np
at connec.tions.
Ihe strain relief mounting
bracket to the back of the dryer
with two so:rews. Tighten screws securely.
7. Tighlen lhe screws securing the cord restraint firmly against the
po_a_r cord.
8. Tiglten the strata reid
does not turn.
9. Reinstall
22
the terminal
nut securely so that the strain reiid
block
cover.
4oW_r÷
Cord
ConnecNons
drain
relief
mounting
bracket
1 • Remove the screws securing the terminal block access cover
and the strain relief mounting bracket located on the back
of the dryer upper corner.
2
Install a U J_. approved
of the mounting
bracket
strain retief into the power cord entry hote
Finger tighten the nut
oilily
at this time.
3. Remove the green neut_'al ground whe from the green ground
screw located above the t_rminat block.
]typical
Condudcor
_
Receptacle
black
Typical
4 Conductor
Cord
240V
-_
green
so _Mp NEr_ _44o T'ZPE
SeDTORa
ground
Circuit
23
4,
Thread a UI.
approved
or SRDT through
,5.
Attach the green power cord ground
green ground
6.
30 Amp power cord, NEMA 14-30
type ST
the strain relief:
wire to the cabinet with
screw_
Attach the white (neutral) pov_e_ cot d conductor
from the power
cord and the green ground wire from the dryer harness to the
brass_colored center terminal on the terminal block. Tighten the
screw securely,
7.
Attach the red and black power cold conductors to the outer
brass colored terminals on the terminal block. Warning:
Do not
make a sharp bend or crimp wrong/conductor
8.
Tighten the _rews
at connections,
securing the cord restraint firmly
againsf_ the power cord:
9,
Tighten the strain relief nut securely so that the strain
relief d_
not turn.
I0,
Reinstall the terminal
Caution..
b!ock cover.
Label nit wires prior to di_onneCtiOn; when servicing
controls. Wiring errors can cause improper operations
and be dangerous.
Check unit for proper operation
after servici rig.
j_
Warning:
Discard or destroy the carton and plastic bags after the
dryer is unpacked, Children should not be allowed to
use them to play with, Cartom
covered with rugs,
bedspreads, or plastic sheets can become an airtight
chamber and cause suffocation leading to death, Make
all packing
Warning=
materials inaccessible to children.
fhe irstroctions
in this manual and all other literature
included with this dryer can not cover every possible
condition and situatioa that may occur: Good safe
practice
operating
and caution mLmt be applied when installing,
and maintaining
any appliances.
installing, if you are in doubt, call a certified
electrician to install and wire the dryer:
24
After
Limited Warranty
Full ONE Year Warranty
For 12 months frornthe date of original retai
purchase, Haier wil] rer.,_airor r_lace any
Rart fr_ of charge including labor thai fails
du_ to a defect in rnaterials or workrr anshiD.
Limited Warranty
After one year from the c,rigind retai
purchase date Haier will provide a part at
no cost, as indicated below, to replace eaid
part as a result of a defecl in materials or
workmanship. Haier is sddy responsible for
the cost of tBe part. All aih,_ costs such as
abo_;trip charge, e_care the responsibility
:,f IF_ own ei'.
Second Year
Haier wih provide AIj Parts.
Third through Fifth Year
Haier will provlde the transrnission assernbIy.
Haier will provide the cabinet assernbiy
should the cabinet rust through
Thircl through Tenth Ye_tr
Haier will provide the outer wash tub and
rdated outer tub assernbly parts should the
part fait to hdd water.
Lifetime
Haier wi[ providetheinner stainless st_
wasn rub.
NOTE: This warranty commenceson the
date the item was purchased and the origina
t)urchase receipt must be presented to the
_uthorlzed service representagw before war"anty repairs are rendered.
Exceptions- Commercial
Use Warranty
or Rental
?0 days labor from date of 0riginai purcnase
20 days parts fl'orn date of original r_urd'tase
No ot_er warranty applies
For Warranty
Service
Canted your nearesl aura )rized service center. All service must be performed by a Haier
_uthorized service c,_-_ter.
For the name and
lelep.hane number of the nearest authorized
service cenier olease calt 1-07-/-337-3639.
Before calling please have available
the following information:
Modei nurnDer and serial number of your
appliance (found on the rear of the unit on
trio upper left hand side).
'[he n,c]meand address of the dealer you
purchased the unit from and the date
bf Rurchase.
Adear description of the problem.
A c_roofof purchase Isales receipt).
This. warranty
covers.appliances
within the continental United States,
Pumrto Rico and Canada. What is
not covered by this warranty:
ReptacemenTor repair of household fuses,
circuit breakers, wirina or pIurnbin_.
A product whose origl_nd se_fialnu_nber has
beer removed or altered.
Any ser_ce charges not specifically.
identified as normal such as normal
service area at hours.
Damage to clothi%.
Damage incurred ih shipping.
Dam%e caused by irnE°abet installation
or maintenance.
Damage from _nisuse,abuse accident, fire,
flood, or ads of nature.,
Damage flesn service other than an
authorized Haler dealer or service center_
Damage from incorrect dectricaJ current
voltage or sup?ly..
Damage resulhng tram any Iqroauct
modificcfiion, att_atior/or ad ush'nent
not authorized by Haier.
Ad ustrnent of consumer operated :entreIs as
dent fed n the o_ ors manual.
Hoses, _nobs, lint trays ana a_ aTTachmenTs,
accessories and disposable parts.
Labor, sesvicetransportation,and shipping
charqes for the re_'noval and repiacem eat
of de'feaiive parts Beyond the initial
12-month period.
Damage fromother thar norrnd
housd:lo _ use.
Any transF ortation ana sr ipping charge.
THIS UMITEDWARRANTY IS GIVEN IN LIEU
OF AIL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED
OR, INCLUDING THE WAPJg@,ITIESOF
MERCHANTABILITYAND FIINESS FOR A
PARTICULARPURPOSE
The remedy provided in this warranty is
e_x.cius]ve
and ]s granted in lieu of all
)thor reinedies.
Thiswarraniy, does no cover incidental or
consequential damages sothe aboYe
limitations may not apply 1oyou. Some states
do not allow hmitagons on how long an
implied warranty lasts so the abov_
limitations may not apply to _,ou.
Thiswarranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you rnat' %re other rights, wDch vary,
from state to state.
Haier America
New York. NY 10018
25
IMPORTANT
Do Not Return ThisProduct To The Store
If you have a problem with this product,
The "Haier
Customer Satisfaction
please contact
Center
" at
1-877-337-3639.
DATED PROOF OF PURCHASE REQUIRED FOR WARRANTY SERVICE
120/240V, 60Hz
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