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Installation

Instructions

Electric Dryer

09

Questions or Installation? Call: 1-800-GECARES (US)

or Visit our Web site at: www.GEAppliances.com (US)

PEDESTALS FOR DRYERS

(comes with individual installation instructions)

Three models available: - SBSD227F

- SBSD107H - SBSD137H

BEFORE YOU BEGIN

Read these instructions completely and carefully.

IMPORTANT-

Save these instructions for local inspector’s use.

IMPORTANT-

Observe all governing codes and ordinances.

• Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these instructions with the customer.

• Note to Customer - Keep these instructions with your Use and Care Book for future reference.

Before the old dryer is removed from service or discarded, remove the dryer door.

Service information and the wiring diagram are located in the control console.

Do not allow children on or in the appliance. Close super- vision of children is necessary when the appliance is used near children.

Install the dryer where the temperature is above 50°F for satisfactory operation of the dryer control system.

WARNING

- RISK OF FIRE

• To reduce the risk of severe injury or death, follow all installation instructions.

• Clothes dryer installation must be performed by a qualified installer.

• Install the clothes dryer according to these instructions and in accordance with local codes.

• This dryer must be exhausted to the outdoors.

• Use only 4” rigid metal ducting for exhausting the clothes dryer to the outdoors.

• DO NOT install a clothes dryer with flexible plastic ducting materials.

If flexible metal (semi-rigid or foil-type) duct is installed, it must be UL listed and installed in accordance with the instructions found in "Connecting The

Dryer To House Vent" on page 5 of this manual. Flexible venting materials are known to collapse, be easily crushed, and trap lint. These conditions will obstruct dryer airflow and increase the risk of fire.

• Do not install or store this appliance in any location where it could be exposed to water and or weather.

• Save these instructions. (Installers: Be sure to leave these instructions with the customer).

NOTE: Installation and service of this dryer requires basic mechanical and electrical skills.

It is your responsibility to contact a qualified installer to make the electrical connections.

MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED TOOLS YOU

WILL NEED

SLIP JOINT PLIERS

FLAT BLADE SCREWDRIVER

PHILLIPS SCREWDRIVER

LEVEL

4" DIA. METAL DUCT

(RECOMMENDED)

4" DIA. FLEXIBLE METAL (SEMI-RIGID)

UL LISTED TRANSITION DUCT

(IF NEEDED)

KIT WX08X10077 (INCLUDES 2 ELBOWS)

4" DUCT

CLAMPS (2)

OR

4" SPRING

CLAMPS (2)

4" DIA. METAL

ELBOW

4" DIA. FLEXIBLE METAL (FOIL TYPE)

UL LISTED TRANSITION DUCT

(IF NEEDED.)

DUCT TAPE

EXHAUST

HOOD

SAFETY

GLASSES

GLOVES

3/4" STRAIN

RELIEF

UL RECOGNIZED

DRYER POWER CORD

KIT (NOT PROVIDED

WITH DRYER)

UL RATED

120/240V,30A

WITH 3 OR 4 PRONGS.

IDENTIFY THE PLUG

TYPE AS PER THE

HOUSE RECEPTACLE

BEFORE PURCHASING

LINE CORD.

Step 1 Prepare the Area and Exhaust for Installation of New

Dryer (see section 1).

Step 2 Check and Ensure the Existing External Exhaust is

Clean (see section 1) and Meets Attached Installation

Specifications (see section 3).

Step 3 Remove the Foam Shipping Pads (see section 1).

Step 4 Move the Dryer to the Desired Location.

Step 5 Connect the Power Supply (see section 2).

Step 6 Connect the External Exhaust (see section 4).

Step 7 Level Your Dryer (see section 5).

500A436P009_Rev0

Step 8 Check the Operation of the Power Supply and

Venting.

Step 9 Place the Owners Manual and the Installation

Instructions in a Location Where They Will Be

Noticed By the Owner.

For Alcove or Closet Installation, see section 6.

For Bathroom or Bedroom Installation, see section 7.

For Mobile or Manufactured Home see, section 8.

For side or bottom exhaust, see section 9.

Pub # 31-16228

Installation Instructions

Minimum Clearance Other Than Alcove or Closet Installation

Minimum clearance to combustible surfaces and for air opening are: 0 in. clearance both sides and 1 in. rear. Consideration

must be given to provide adequate clearance for installation and service.

TIP: Install your dryer before installing your washer.

This will allow better access when installing dryer exhaust

REMOVING LINT FROM WALL

EXHAUST OPENING

• Remove and discard existing plastic or metal foil transition duct and replace with UL listed transition duct.

INTERNAL DUCT

OPENING

WALL

CHECK THAT EXHAUST

HOOD DAMPER OPENS

AND CLOSES FREELY.

Tilt the dryer sideways and remove the foam shipping pads by pulling at the sides and breaking them away from the dryer legs. Be sure to remove all of the foam pieces around the legs.

2 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

INFORMATION

WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF

FIRE, ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND PERSONAL

INJURY:

• DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD OR AN

ADAPTER PLUG WITH THIS APPLIANCE.

Dryer must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes and ordinances, or in the absence of local codes, in accordance with the NATIONAL ELECTRICAL

CODE, ANSI/NFPA NO. 70.

ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS

This dryer must be connected to an individual branch circuit, protected by the required time-delay fuses or circuit breakers. A four or three-wire, single phase, 120/240V or 120/208V, 60Hz,

30 amp circuit is required.

GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS

This dryer must be connected to a grounded metal, permanent wiring system, or an equipment-grounding conductor must be run with the circuit conductors and connected to the equipment grounding terminal on the appliance.

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CONNECTING DRYER USING 4-WIRE

CONNECTION (MUST BE USED FOR

MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION)

NOTE: Since January 1, 1996, the National Electric Code requires that new constructions utilize a 4 wire connection to an electric dryer.

REMOVE GROUND STRAP

AND DISCARD. KEEP GREEN

GROUND SCREW

SCREWS

(3)

L1

N

L2

HOT

WIRE RELOCATE GREEN

GROUND SCREW

HERE

GREEN OR

YELLOW WIRE

STRAIN

RELIEF

BRACKET

COVER

NEUTRAL

(White)

HOT

WIRE

3/4", UL

RECOGNIZED

STRAIN RELIEF

4 #10 AWG MINIMUM COPPER

CONDUCTORS OR 120/240V 30A POWER

SUPPLY CORD KIT MARKED FOR USE

WITH DRYERS & PROVIDED WITH

CLOSED LOOP OR SPADE TERMINALS

WITH UPTURNED ENDS (NOT SUPPLIED).

Installation Instructions

1. Turn off the circuit breaker(s) (30 amp) or remove the dryer’s circuit fuse at the electrical box.

2. Be sure the dryer cord is unplugged from the wall receptacle.

3. Remove the power cord cover located at the lower back.

4. Remove and discard ground strap. Keep the green ground screw for step 7.

5. Install 3/4 in. UL recognized strain relief to power cord entry hole.

Bring power cord through strain relief.

6. Connect power cord as follows:

A. Connect the 2 hot lines to the outer screws of the terminal block (marked L1 and L2).

B. Connect the neutral (white) line to the center of the terminal block (marked N).

7. Attach ground wire of power cord with the green ground screw

(hole above strain relief bracket). Tighten all terminal block screws (3) completely.

8. Properly secure power cord to strain relief.

9. Reinstall the cover.

3 EXHAUST INFORMATION

WARNING - IN CANADA AND IN THE UNITED STATES,

THE REQUIRED EXHAUST DUCT DIAMETER IS 4 IN (102mm).

DO NOT USE DUCT LONGER THAN SPECIFIED IN THE

EXHAUST LENGTH TABLE.

Using exhaust longer than specified length will:

• Increase the drying times and the energy cost.

• Reduce the dryer life.

• Accumulate lint, creating a potential fire hazard.

The correct exhaust installation is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.

Problems due to incorrect installation are not covered by the warranty.

Remove and discard existing plastic or metal foil transition duct and replace with UL listed transition duct.

The MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE duct length and number of bends of the exhaust system depends upon the type of duct, number of turns, the type of exhaust hood (wall cap), and all conditions noted below. The maximum exhaust length for rigid metal duct is shown in the table below.

WARNING - NEVER LEAVE THE

COVER OFF OF THE TERMINAL BLOCK.

CONNECTING DRYER USING 3-WIRE

CONNECTION

If required, by local code, install external ground

(not provided) to grounded metal, cold water pipe, or other established ground determined by a qualified electrician.

GREEN

GROUND

SCREW

GROUND

STRAP

HOT

WIRE

STRAIN RELIEF

BRACKET

EXHAUST LENGTH

RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM LENGTH

Exhaust Hood Types

Recommended

Use only for short run installations

4" DIA.

4" DIA.

4"

4" DIA.

2-1/2"

L1

SCREWS

(3)

L2

3/4", UL

RECOGNIZED

STRAIN RELIEF

No. of 90°

Elbows

2

3

0

1

4

Rigid

Metal

90 Feet

60 Feet

45 Feet

35 Feet

25 Feet

Rigid

Metal

60 Feet

45 Feet

35 Feet

25 Feet

15 Feet

NEUTRAL

(White)

HOT

WIRE

COVER

3 #10 AWG MINIMUM COPPER

CONDUCTORS OR 120/240V 30A POWER

SUPPLY CORD KIT MARKED FOR USE

WITH DRYERS & PROVIDED WITH CLOSED

LOOP OR SPADE TERMINALS WITH

UPTURNED ENDS (NOT SUPPLIED).

1. Turn off the circuit breaker(s) (30 amp) or remove the dryer’s circuit fuse at the electrical box.

2. Be sure the dryer cord is unplugged from the wall.

3. Remove the power cord cover located at the lower back.

4. Install 3/4 in. UL recognized strain relief to power cord entry hole. Bring power cord through strain relief.

5. Connect power cord as follows:

A. Connect the 2 hot lines to the outer screws of the terminal block (marked L1 and L2).

B. Connect the neutral (white) line to the center of the terminal block (marked N).

6. Be sure ground strap is connected to neutral (center) terminal of block and to green ground screw on cabinet rear. Tighten all terminal block screws (3) completely.

7. Properly secure power cord to strain relief.

8. Reinstall the cover.

WARNING - NEVER LEAVE THE

COVER OFF OF THE TERMINAL BLOCK.

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EXHAUST SYSTEM CHECKLIST

HOOD OR WALLCAP

• Terminate in a manner to prevent back drafts or entry of birds or other wildlife.

• Termination should present minimal resistance to the exhaust air flow and should require little or no maintenance to prevent clogging.

• Never install a screen in or over the exhaust duct. This could cause lint build up.

• Wall caps must be installed at least 12 in. above ground level or any other obstruction with the opening pointed down.

SEPARATION OF TURNS

For best performance, separate all turns by at least 4 ft. of straight duct, including distance between last turn and exhaust hood.

TURNS OTHER THAN 90¼

• One turn of 45¼ or less may be ignored.

• Two 45¼ turns should be treated as one 90¼ turn.

• Each turn over 45¼ should be treated as one 90¼ turn.

SEALING OF JOINTS

• All joints should be tight to avoid leaks. The male end of each section of duct must point away from the dryer.

• The duct shall not be assembled with screws or other fastening means that extend into the duct and catch lint.

• Duct joints can be made air and moisture-tight by wrapping the overlapped joints with duct tape.

• Horizontal runs should slope down toward the outdoors 1/2 inch per foot.

INSULATION

Duct work that runs through an unheated area or is near air conditioning should be insulated to reduce condensation and lint build-up.

4 EXHAUST CONNECTION

Installation Instructions

STANDARD REAR EXHAUST

(Vented above floor level)

WARNING - TO REDUCE THE RISK

OF FIRE OR PERSONAL INJURY:

This clothes dryer must be exhausted to the outdoors.

Use only 4” rigid metal ducting for the home exhaust duct.

• Use only 4” rigid metal or UL-listed flexible metal (semi-rigid or foil-type) duct to connect the dryer to the home exhaust duct. It must be installed in accordance with the instructions found in “Connecting The Dryer To House Vent” on page 5 of this manual.

Do not terminate exhaust in a chimney, a wall, a ceiling, gas vent, crawl space, attic, under an enclosed floor, or in any other concealed space of a building. The accumulated lint could create a fire hazard.

Never terminate the exhaust into a common duct with a kitchen exhaust system. A combination of grease and lint creates a potential fire hazard.

Do not use duct longer than specified in the exhaust length table. Longer ducts can accumulate lint, creating a potential fire hazard.

Never install a screen in or over the exhaust duct. This will cause lint to accumulate, creating a potential fire hazard.

Do not assemble ductwork with any fasteners that extend into the duct. These fasteners can accumulate lint, creating a potential fire hazard.

Do not obstruct incoming or exhausted air.

Provide an access for inspection and cleaning of the exhaust system, especially at turns and joints. Exhaust system shall be inspected and cleaned at least once a year.

ELBOW HIGHLY

RECOMMENDED

ELBOW HIGHLY

RECOMMENDED

RECOMMENDED

CONFIGURATION

TO MINIMIZE

EXHAUST

BLOCKAGE.

NOTE: ELBOWS WILL PREVENT DUCT

KINKING AND COLLAPSING.

5 LEVELING AND STABILIZING YOUR

DRYER

THIS DRYER COMES READY FOR REAR

EXHAUSTING. IF SPACE IS LIMITED, USE

THE INSTRUCTIONS IN SECTION 9 TO

EXHAUST DIRECTLY FROM THE SIDES OR

BOTTOM OF THE CABINET.

Stand the dryer upright near the final location and adjust the 4 leveling legs, at the corners, to ensure that the dryer is level from side to side and front to rear.

LEVEL

FRONT-TO-BACK

LEVEL

SIDE-TO-SIDE

STANDARD REAR EXHAUST

(Vented at floor level)

For straight line installation, connect the dryer exhaust to the external exhaust hood using duct tape or clamp.

EXTERNAL DUCT

OPENING

DUCT TAPE OR

DUCT CLAMP

4" METAL DUCT CUT

TO PROPER LENGTH

DUCT TAPE OR

DUCT CLAMP

VENT PROTECTION

BRACKET

Pull the vent protection bracket out until it stops, and let it rest on the floor. The bracket prevents the unit from moving too close to the wall and crushing the rear vent.

NOTE: WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND SOLID

METAL EXHAUST DUCTING. HOWEVER, IF

FLEXIBLE DUCTING IS USED IT MUST BE

UL-LISTED METAL NOT PLASTIC.

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4 LEVELING

LEGS

Installation Instructions, Exhausting

CONNECTING THE DRYER TO HOUSE VENT

RIGID METAL TRANSITION DUCT

For best drying performance, a rigid metal transition duct is recommended.

Rigid metal transitions ducts reduce the risk of crushing and kinking.

UL-LISTED FLEXIBLE METAL (SEMI-RIGID) TRANSITION DUCT

If rigid metal duct cannot be used, then UL-listed flexible metal

(semi-rigid) ducting can be used (Kit WX08X10077).

Never install flexible metal duct in walls, ceilings, floors or other enclosed spaces.

Total length of flexible metal duct should not exceed 8 feet

(2.4m).

For many applications, installing elbows at both the dryer and the wall is highly recommended (see illustrations below). Elbows allow the dryer to sit close to the wall without kinking and or crushing the transition duct, maximizing drying performance.

Avoid resting the duct on sharp objects.

UL-LISTED FLEXIBLE METAL (FOIL-TYPE) TRANSITION DUCT

In special installations, it may be necessary to connect the dryer to the house vent using a flexible metal (foil- type) duct. A

UL-listed flexible metal (foil-type)duct may be used ONLY in installations where rigid metal or flexible metal (semi-rigid) ducting cannot be used AND where a 4" diameter can be maintained throughout the entire length of the transition duct.

In Canada and the United States, only the flexible metal(foiltype) ducts that comply with the “Outline for Clothes Dryer

Transition Duct Subject 2158A” shall be used.

Never install flexible metal duct in walls, ceilings, floors or other enclosed spaces.

Total length of flexible metal duct should not exceed 8 feet

(2.4m).

Avoid resting the duct on sharp objects.

For best drying performance:

1. Slide one end of the duct over the clothes dryer outlet pipe.

2. Secure the duct with a clamp.

3. With the dryer in its permanent position, extend the duct to its full length. Allow 2” of duct to overlap the exhaust pipe. Cut off and remove excess duct. Keep the duct as straight as possible for maximum airflow.

4. Secure the duct to the exhaust pipe with the other clamp.

DO

DO NOT USE

EXCESSIVE

EXHAUST

LENGTH

DON’T

DO NOT

SIT DRYER

ON FLEXIBLE

EXHAUST.

DO NOT

CRUSH

FLEXIBLE

EXHAUST

AGAINST

WALL.

6 ALCOVE OR CLOSET INSTALLATION

If your dryer is approved for installation in an alcove or closet, it will be stated on a label on the dryer back.

The dryer MUST be vented to the outdoors. See the EXHAUST

INFORMATION sections 3 & 4.

Minimum clearance between dryer cabinet and adjacent walls or other surfaces is:

0 in. either side

3 in. front and rear

Minimum vertical space from floor to overhead cabinets, ceiling, etc. is 43 in. without pedestal, 55 in. with pedestal.

Closet doors must be louvered or otherwise ventilated and must contain a minimum of 60 sq. in. of open area equally distributed. If the closet contains both a washer and a dryer, doors must contain a minimum of 120 sq. in. of open area equally distributed.

NOTE: WHEN THE EXHAUST DUCT IS LOCATED AT THE

REAR OF THE DRYER, MINIMUM CLEARANCE FROM THE

WALL IS 5.5 IN.

7 BATHROOM OR BEDROOM

INSTALLATION

The dryer MUST be vented to the outdoors. See EXHAUST

INFORMATION section 3 & 4.

The installation must conform with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE,

ANSI/NFPA NO. 70.

ELBOW HIGHLY

RECOMMENDED

ELBOWS HIGHLY

RECOMMENDED

5

8 MOBILE OR MANUFACTURED HOME

INSTALLATION

Installation must conform to the MANUFACTURED HOME

CONSTRUCTION & SAFETY STANDARD, TITLE 24, PART 32-80 or, when such standard is not applicable, with AMERICAN

NATIONAL STANDARD FOR MOBILE HOME, ANSI/NFPA NO.

501B.

The dryer MUST be vented to the outdoors with the termination securely fastened to the mobile home structure. (See

EXHAUST INFORMATION section 3 & 4.)

The vent MUST NOT be terminated beneath a mobile or manufactured home.

The vent duct material MUST BE METAL.

Do not use sheet metal screws or other fastening devices which extend into the interior of the exhaust vent.

See section 2 for electrical connection information.

Installation Instructions

9 DRYER EXHAUST TO RIGHT, LEFT OR

BOTTOM CABINET

ADDING NEW DUCT

FIXING

HOLE

PORTION "A"

WARNING - BEFORE PERFORMING

THIS EXHAUST INSTALLATION, BE SURE

TO DISCONNECT THE DRYER FROM ITS

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY. PROTECT YOUR

HANDS AND ARMS FROM SHARP EDGES

WHEN WORKING INSIDE THE CABINET.

BE SURE TO WEAR GLOVES.

REMOVE

SCREW

AND SAVE.

REMOVE

DESIRED

KNOCKOUT

(ONE ONLY).

Detach and remove the bottom, right or left side knockout as desired. Remove the screw inside the dryer exhaust duct and save. Pull the duct out of the dryer.

FIXING HOLE

B A

11.25"

Cut the duct as shown and keep portion A.

TAB LOCATION

RIGHT OR

LEFT SIDE

EXHAUST

Reconnect the cut portion (A) of the duct to the blower housing.

Make sure that the shortened duct is aligned with the tab in the base. Use the screw saved previously to secure the duct in place through the tab on the appliance base.

ADDING ELBOW AND DUCT FOR EXHAUST

TO LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE OF CABINET

Preassemble 4" elbow with 4" duct. Wrap duct tape around joint.

Insert duct assembly, elbow first, through the side opening and connect the elbow to the dryer internal duct.

CAUTION: Be sure not to pull or damage the electrical wires inside the dryer when inserting the duct.

EXHAUST CAN

BE ADDED TO

LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE

DUCT

TAPE

BEND TAB

UP 45°

Through the rear opening, locate the tab in the middle of the appliance base. Lift the tab to about 45¼ using a flat blade screwdriver.

6

Apply duct tape as shown on the joint between the dryer internal duct and the elbow.

DUCT

TAPE

CAUTION:

Internal duct joints must be secured with tape, otherwise they may separate and cause a safety hazard.

Installation Instructions

ADDING ELBOW FOR EXHAUST

THROUGH BOTTOM OF CABINET

Insert the elbow through the rear opening and connect it to the dryer internal duct.

Apply duct tape on the joint between the dryer internal duct and elbow, as shown on page 7.

10 REVERSING THE DOOR SWING

IMPORTANT NOTES

Read the instructions all the way through before starting.

Handle parts carefully to avoid scratching paint.

Set screws down by their related parts to avoid using them in the wrong places.

Provide a non-scratching work surface for the doors.

Normal completion time to reverse the door swing is 30-60 minutes.

IMPORTANT: Once you begin, do not move the cabinet until door-swing reversal is completed.

These instructions are for changing the hinges from the right side to the left side - if you ever want to switch them back to the right side, follow these same instructions and reverse all references to the left and right.

CAUTION:

Internal duct joints must be secured with tape, otherwise they may separate and cause a safety hazard.

ADDING COVER PLATE TO REAR OF

CABINET

TOOLS YOU WILL NEED

Cresent Wrench

(Adjustable)

Phillips-Head

Screwdriver

Putty Knife or Thin-

Blade Screwdriver

DOOR PARTS

PLATE

(KIT WE1M454)

Connect standard metal elbows and ducts to complete the exhaust system. Cover back opening with a plate (Kit WE1M454) available from your local service provider. Place dryer in final location.

WARNING - NEVER LEAVE THE BACK

OPENING WITHOUT THE PLATE.

Hinge Assembly

Hinge

Cover Plastic Cover

TO REGISTER YOUR DRYER

CALL TOLL-FREE

1-888-269-1192

Prompt registration confirms your right to protection under the terms of your warranty.

www.GEAppliances.com (US)

For Questions on Installation, Call: 1-800-626-2003 (US) or

1-800-361-3400 (Canada).

500A436P009 Pub # 31-16228

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Large Tapping

Screw (#10) … 6

Nut (#8) - 2 Washer - 2

Tapping

Screw (#8) … 2

Machine

Screw (#8) … 6

BEFORE YOU START

1. Unplug the dryer from its electrical outlet.

Installation Instructions

4. Lay the door down on a soft protected flat surface so that the inner part faces upward (door resting on the handle side).

5. Remove the 6 large tapping screws (#10) located around the perimeter of the door outlining the gasket and the 2 machine screws (#8) on the hinge side.

2 #8 Machine

Screws

6 #10 Large

Screws

REMOVE DOOR ASSEMBLY

2. Open the door to approximately 90 degrees. Remove the 4 screws starting from the bottom to the top. Make sure the door is supported while removing the screws.

2 #8 Machine

Screws

6. With the screws removed, turn the door over and separate the silver cover part of the door from the door frame and set aside.

Remove the four screws.

3. Loosen the top screw as shown. Unhook the door by lifting and pulling as shown by the arrows.

7. Unlock the 4 tabs on the plastic cover and separate the plastic cover from the frame.

NOTE: Disregard the "DO NOT REMOVE" label on the plastic cover.

8

Installation Instructions

REMOVE HINGE

IMPORTANT: Note the location of the hinge (left or right) before removing.

8. With the door frame part of the door laid down on a protected soft surface, remove the hinge cover by removing the 2 tapping screws (#8) that fasten it to the frame. The hinge cover is located at the opposite side of the hinge assembly.

REINSTALL HINGE ASSEMBLY

11. Place the hinge assembly in the opposite side of the door.

Align the hinge holes with the door holes.

12. Loosely fasten the hinge assembly to the edge using

2 machine screws (#8).

9. Remove the 2 nuts, washers, and the 2 machine screws (#8).

13. Hold the door on its side with one hand and fasten the remaining 2 screws as shown. Then tighten the 2 screws

(#8) holding the hinge assembly.

. Remove the hinge assembly by removing the 2 machine screws (#8) that fasten it to the frame. Pull the hinge assembly out and set it aside.

9

Installation Instructions

REINSTALL NUTS AND HINGE COVER

14. Place the door on its edge. Assemble the 2 machine screws (#8), washers, and nuts. Tighten using a wrench and screwdriver.

REASSEMBLE DOOR ASSEMBLY

IMPORTANT: Make sure there is no dirt or any other foreign material in between the window panes.

17. Place the plastic cover onto the inner door and lock in place with the 4 tabs.

.

with the holes in the door.

18. Place the outer door onto the inner door.

16. Secure the hinge cover with the 2 tapping screws (#8).

Outer

Door

Inner

Door

Top of Door

19. After reversing door, there will be a mismatch between the outer door and the inner door.

Make sure that the handle part of the outer door is opposite the hinge as shown.

10

Installation Instructions

20. Turn the door over and fasten the outer door to the inner door using the 6 large tapping screws (#10).

REINSTALL DOOR ASSEMBLY

23. The door is now ready to be installed on the dryer. To ease this step, the hinge has keyholes that allow a partially fastened screw to be used as a hook.

Partially fasten a screw to the uppermost screw hole. Hook the door on the partially fastened screw.

Fasten the hinge by installing the other 4 screws and tightening the partially fastened screw above.

Partially

Inserted Screw

Tighten All

Screws

MOVE STRIKE BRACKET

21. Using a putty knife or any other flat tool, remove the 5 plastic screw caps located on the dryer where the door will be installed and install them on the opposite side.

11 SERVICING

WARNING - LABEL ALL WIRES PRIOR

TO DISCONNECTING WHEN SERVICING

CONTROLS. WIRING ERRORS CAN CAUSE

IMPROPER AND DANGEROUS OPERATION

AFTER SERVICING/INSTALLATION.

For replacement parts and other information, refer to Owner’s

Manual for servicing phone numbers.

22. Switch the strike bracket and its cover to the opposite side by removing the screws; then reinstall both on the opposite side.

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ROUGH-IN DIMENSIONS

27"

27"

53 5/8"

31 1/8" 1 5/8"

41 1/2"

4 1/2"

30 5/8"

11 3/4"

39 1/8"

40 1/4"

13 3/8"

17"

11 3/4"

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