LG | TD-V1002E | LG TD-V1002E Owner’s Manual

P/ No. : 3828EL¨£`
Electric
TD-V1002E
Dryer
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART1. IMPORTANT WARRANTY AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................3-5
PART2. INITIAL STEPS FOR INSTALLING YOUR DRYER .............................................................................6-11
Positioning
the
Procedure for
Dryer ...................................................................................................................................6
Reversing
the Door...............................................................................................................7
Connecting
the Exhaust and
Preparation
of the
Venting System .............................................................................................8
Dryer/Confirming
Heat Source
Operation/Dryer
Airflow ................................................9
PART3. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRIC DRYER ....................................................................10
PART4. EXHAUST REQUIREMENTS AND MAINTENANCE..........................................................................11-12
PART5. FEATURES AND BENEFITS ..............................................................................................................13-17
Using
To
Your
use a
Dryer/To
Manual
use a
Sensor
Dry Cycle ...........................................................................................13
Dryer Cycle/Stopping
Your
Dryer/Loading
....................................................................14
Cycle Descriptions.....................................................................................................................................15
Options/Modifiers
Rack
......................................................................................................................................16
Dry/Beeper/Anti-Bacterial/Custom Programming.............................................................................17
PART6. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ............................................................................................................18-20
TERMS OF WARRANTY.............................................................................................................. ..........................21
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IMPORTANT WARRANTY AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Part 1
SEEKING WARRANTY ASSISTANCE
Warranty Service.
warranty for your dryer is printed the end of this manual.
Warranty service is available by contacting your nearest LG Service Center and, for warranty period
from the date of purchase, if this dryer is installed and operated according to the instructions in this
manual, LG will repair or replace any of its mechanical or electrical parts if they are defective in
material or workmanship.
!
The
WARNING!
safety, the recommendations in this manual must be followed. To reduce the
explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or
when using your appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following.
For your
of fire or
death
Warranty
Restriction: If the
coverage is effective for
dryer is subjected to
only 90 days.
other than
private family
use, all
risk
warranty
You will need the
complete model and serial numbers when requesting information. We recommend
that you staple your sales slip or cancelled check here, because proof of original purchase date is
needed to obtain warranty service. Your dryer's model and serial numbers are located on the Model
and Serial Number Plate located on the front of the dryer behind the door.
Use the space below to record the model number and serial number of your
new
LG
dryer.
Model No.
Serial No.
Date of Purchase
Staple
your
receipt hear.
3
IMPORTANT WARRANTY AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Part 1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING!
!
help reduce any risk of electric shock, fire, or other personal or property injury
when using your dryer, please exercise care and follow basic safety precautions,
including the following:
to
1) Read all instructions before using the appliance.
2)
3)
8)
dry articles that have come into contact with
gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, or other flammable
or explosive substances, as they give off vapors that
could ignite or explode.
Do not
Do not allow children to
play
supervision of children
using the appliance.
Close
on or
in the
appliance.
is necessary when
7) Do
not
use
rubber
or
to
heat to
dry
or
store
this
screen
11) Keep
around the exhaust
area
foam
before
areas
or
after each load.
opening
and
adjacent
free from the accumulation of
12) The interior of the appliance and exhaust duct
if the drum is
appliance
containing
textured rubber-like materials.
similarly
should be cleaned
appliance
articles
10) Clean lint
periodically by qualified
service
personnel.
13)
Do not install
exposed
Do not
lint, dust, and dirt.
moving.
6)
9)
or
compartment.
Do not reach into the
or
recommended in the user-maintenance instructions.
surrounding
4) Before the appliance is removed from service
discarded, remove the door to the drying
5)
repair or replace any part of the appliance
attempt any servicing unless specifically
Do not
where it will be
Do not
dryer.
the weather.
place
items
Items contaminated
contribute to
a
cooking oils in your
with cooking oils may
exposed
to
chemical reaction that could
cause a
load to catch fire.
tamper with controls.
14)
products to eliminate
static unless recommended by the manufacturer of
the fabric softner or product.
Do not
use
fabric softners
or
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This
Do not
must
be
a
codes and ordinances.
WARNING
grounding
-
Improper
conductor
shock. Check with
person if you
are
can
result in
qualified
in doubt
properly grounded.
4
a
connection of the
as
a
to
equipment-
risk of electric
electrician
or
whether the
service
appliance
the
it will not fit the
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 appliance 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
appliance
modify
is
qualified
plug provided
outlet, have
electrician.
a
with the
appliance:
proper outlet installed
if
by
IMPORTANT WARRANTY AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Part 1
!
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of fire
explosion, electric shock, property damage, personal injury, or death
when using this appliance, please follow all instructions and information, including those in this
manual and instructions and information provided by your gas supplier, including the following:
?
Do not store
gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents,
surrounding this appliance.
or use
any
liquids
in the
?
Do not
dry anything
?
No washer
oil
?
on
area
or
that has
ever
had
completely remove
them, including cooking oil.
can
anything
oil. Do not
or
flammable
dry
any other flammable vapors
on
containing foam, rubber, rubber like materials, plastic,
on a clothesline or by using an air cycle.
?
Failure to follow these instructions
?
A
qualified
!
?
service person
or
can
result in fire, death,
company must
even
after
any articles that have
Articles
dried
it,
perform
or
or
or
washing.
ever
had any kind of
similar materials should be
serious
injury.
installation and service of this
appliance.
WARNING!
Keep flammable
as
gasoline, away from dryer.
at least 18 inches above the floor for a garage installation.
?
Place
?
Failure to do
dryer
materials and vapors, such
so can
result in death,
explosion
or
fire.
5
INITIAL STEPS FOR INSTALLING YOUR DRYER
Part 2
The
you through the initial steps of setting up your dryer for use.
Please note that every section of this manual provides important information regarding the preparation and
use of your dryer, and it is important that you review this entire manual before proceeding with any
installation or use. More detailed instructions concerning electrical connections, gas connections, and
following
exhaust
requirements
STEP 1:
Choose
a
Place the
floor for
instructions will
are
provided
Positioning
location with
dryer
help guide
the
at other
parts of this manual.
Dryer.
solid floor for your dryer.
at least eighteen inches above the
a
garage installation. After placing the
in the desired location, please confirm that the
Installing Your Dryer in a Closet or Recessed
Area. Following are instructions concerning and the
minimum clearances required for any closet, recessed
area,
customized under-counter installation:
?
Additional
?
Additional clearances
a
dryer
dryer has the required clearances through reference
to the following information and manual sections on
Exhaust Requirements and Maintenance.
or
spacing should be
installation and servicing.
door, and floor
?
?
might
moldings.
be
required
for wall,
Additional
spacing
the
recommended to reduce noise transfer.
dryer is
of 1 in.
considered for
For closet installation with
(2.5 cm)
a
on
all sides of
door, minimum
openings in the top and bottom of the
door are required. Louvered doors with equivalent
ventilation openings are acceptable. Companion
appliance spacing should also be considered.
ventilation
50.5" cm)
(128.27
42"3/4
(108.6 cm)
3"
14"
(7.6 cm)
(35.6 cm)
48"2
18"
(310 cm2)
30"
(68.6
(45.72 cm)
24"2
(76.2 cm)
27"
max
(155 cm2)
cm)
3"
(7.6 cm)
1"
(2.54 cm)
*
Most installations
(14 cm)
require
a
minimum 5
clearance behind the
dryer
1/2
30"
(76.2 cm) (2.54 cm)
in.
for the exhaust
vent with elbow.
0"
(0 cm)
6
27"
(68.6 cm)
1"
0"
(0 cm)
INITIAL STEPS FOR INSTALLING YOUR DRYER
Part 2
Once in
leveling legs of the dryer
until it is level from left to right and from front to
back. The leveling legs must remain firmly on the
floor and the dryer should not rock. The maximum
slope of the dryer from left to right or from front to
back should not exceed 2.5 cm (1 inch). If the dryer
is not level, and if the slope exceeds 2.5 cm (1 inch),
a load may not tumble properly and internal sensors
position, adjust
the
1
may malfunction. Note: Other sections of this
manual also provide important information
concerning the placement of and clearances for your
dryer. Please review this entire manual before
proceeding with any installation.
STEP 2: Procedure for
Reversing
the Door
The door
2
your dryer may be installed to open
either to the left or the right. Follow these
on
procedures
to reverse the direction in
which your
door opens:
3
7
INITIAL STEPS FOR INSTALLING YOUR DRYER
Part 2
STEP 3:
Connecting the Exhaust
and Venting System.
ALTERNATE EXHAUST DIRECTIONS
1.
Remove
2.
Detach and
screw
& exhaust duct.
In addition to the
to manual
following warnings, please refer
section on Exhaust Requirements and
Maintenance. IMPORTANT: To reduce the risk of
fire, combustion, and gas accumulation, the dryer
must be
vented to the outdoors. Please follow the
instructions
all others in this
(and
following
manual) very carefully.
the bottom, left,
desired.
remove
side knockout
as
side vent not avilable
(Right
on
gas
or
right
dryer.)
PORTION A
Attach
hole
Do not
?
use
thin
plastic
or
foil
3.
ducting.
Use 4"
?
(10.2 cm) diameter rigid or flexible metal
(note: venting materials are not supplied with
duct
the
Reconnect the
blower
new
housing,
duct[11 in(28cm)]
and
Fixing
to the
the duct to the
base.
and you should obtain the venting
materials necessary for proper installation)
dryer,
Position the
?
short
as
dryer
possible
so
that the exhaust duct is
as
?
Clean old ducts
?
The male end of each section of exhaust duct must
point
before installing this dryer
away from the
few elbow joints
?
Use
?
Use duct tape
?
Insulate ductwork that
as
areas
on
4.
dryer
possible
as
Pre-assemble 4" elbow with 4" duct.
Wrap
duct tape around
joint.
all duct joints
runs
through unheated
in order to reduce condensation and lint
build-up
on
pipe walls;
and
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT FAILURE TO
?
EXHAUST THE DRYER CORRECTLY WILL
VOID THE DRYER'S WARRANTY.
5.
WARNING!
!
side
?
Use
?
Do not
use a
plastic
?
Do not
use a
metal foil vent.
?
Failure to follow these instructions
a
heavy
metal vent.
result in death
?
8
or
can
fire.
installing
assembly, elbow first, through the
opening
and connect the elbow to the
dryer internal duct.
vent.
Clean old ducts before
Insert duct
this
dryer
INITIAL STEPS FOR INSTALLING YOUR DRYER
Part 2
STEP 4:
Prior to first
Preparation
of the
Dryer.
appliance, use an allpurpose cleaning product, or a solution of detergent
and water, with a damp clothe to remove from the
inside of the dryer drum/drying compartment any
dust
or
use
of this
dirt that may have accumulated inside of the
Plug in your dryer after reviewing the
dryer.
following parts
Requirements.
on
your
dryer's
Electrical
STEP 6:
Dryer
Airflow.
Effective
dryer operation requires appropriate dryer
airflow. The adequacy of the airflow can be
measured by evaluating the static pressure. Static
pressure in the exhaust duct can be measured with
manometer, placed on the exhaust duct
approximately
2 ft.
(60.9 cm)
dryer running
with
no
Measuring
Confirming
Confirming
Operation.
dryer.
Static
pressure in the exhaust duct should not exceed 0.6
inches (1.5 cm). The dryer should be checked with
the
STEP 5:
from the
a
load.
Static pressure
Heat Source
1
Heat Source
Close the door to the
dryer drum/drying
compartment and, after completing all steps in this
manual for proper installation of this dryer, start the
dryer on a heat setting, as described more fully in
the operating instructions that accompany the dryer.
The exhaust air or the exhaust pipe should be warm
after the dryer has been operating for three minutes.
2
MAXIMUM STATIC
PRESSURE IN
WATER COLUMN
0.6 inches
1
Manometer
2
Exhaust Duct
(1.5 cm)
9
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRIC DRYERS
Part 3
Following
!
additional instructions
are
regarding
electrical connections and
requirements
for electric
dryers.
electric shock, serious injury or death, the wiring and grounding
must conform to the latest edition of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 and all applicable local
Important Warning:
To
help prevent fire,
regulations. Please contact a qualified electrician to
has adequate electrical power to operate the dryer.
check your home's
wiring
and fuses to
ensure
that your home
240V, 50 Hertz, 2-Wire Installation
Instructions for
Electric
a)
Please note that the
This
dryer
dryer
control hood.
instructions mentioned
must be connected to a
equipment-grounding
grounded
or an
conductor must be
equipment-grounding
dryer.
terminal
The
terminal block that must
its
be connected to
own
or
lead
on
the
on
the
following pages.
The method of
f)
subject
run
with the circuit conductors and connected to the
dryer has
of pigtail and gauge of
wire must conform to local codes and with
supplied with dryer. Type
wiring diagram is provided
metal, permanent wiring system;
c)
The power cord (pigtail) connection between wall
receptacle and dryer terminal block IS NOT
e)
Dryer:
inside the
b)
of your Electric
Grounding
g)
to
wiring the dryer is optional
local code requirements.
You must select the method
dryer according
requirements.
your
by
which to wire
to local code and ordinance
separate branch, 60 Hertz,
single phase circuit, AC (alternating current)
circuit, fused at 20 Amperes (the circuit must be
fused
on
a
both sides of the
line). ELECTRICAL
SERVICE FOR THE DRYER SHOULD BE
!
WARNING!
OF MAXIMUM RATE VOLTAGE LISTED
ON THE NAMEPLATE. DO NOT CONNECT
DRYER TO
CIRCUIT.
110, 115, OR 120 VOLT
Heating
field installation in
elements
dryers
are
which
available for
are
to be
conected to electrical service of different
voltage
than that listed
on
nameplate,
such
as
208 Volt.
d)
If branch circuit to
less in
dryer
is fifteen feet
(4.50 m)
(Underwriters
length, use U.L.
Laboratories) listed No. 10 A.W.G. wire
(copper wire only), or as required by local
codes. If over fifteen feet (4.50 m), use U.L.
(Underwriters Laboratories) listed No. 8
A.W.G. wire (copper wire only), or as required
by local codes. Allow sufficient slack in wiring
so dryer can be moved from its normal location
or
when necessary.
10
Label all wires
and
prior to disconnection
when servicing the dryer, because
wiring errors can cause serious injury
to you and your dryer.
EXHAUST REQUIREMENTS AND MAINTENANCE
Part 4
Following are important instructions and information concerning the exhaust requirements for your dryer.
!
Important Warning: To reduce the risk of fire, combustion, or accumulation of combustible gases, DO NOT
exhaust dryer air into an enclosed and unventilated area, such as an attic, wall, ceiling, crawl space, chimney, gas
vent, or concealed space of a building. To reduce the risk of fire, DO NOT exhaust the dryer with plastic or thin foil
ducting.
Weather Hood
Number of 90°
Type
Elbows
Maximum
of 4"
length
length of 4"
(10.2 cm) diameter
Maximum
(10.2 cm) diameter rigid
metal duct
Recommended
4"
4"
(10.2 cm)
(10.2 cm)
Use
Only
flexible metal duct
0
20m
13m
1
16m
10m
2
13m
8m
3
11m
7m
4
8m
6m
for Short Run
Installations
0
11m
9m
1
10m
7m
2
9m
6m
3
8m
5m
4
7m
4m
2-1/2"
(6.35 cm)
NOTE
:
Deduct 7 feet
(2 m) for each additional elbow.
It is not recommended to
Exhaust
Requirements
1.
materials
use more
than 4 90° elbows.
and Instructions:
provided with the dryer
and you should obtain the necessary venting
materials locally. For example, the outer end of
exhaust pipe must have a weather hood with
hinged dampers to prevent back-draft when the
dryer is not in use.
Venting
are
not
2. The exhaust duct must be four inches
in diameter with
duct should be
no
kept
(10.2 cm)
obstructions. The exhaust
as
short
sure
to clean any old ducts
new
dryer.
possible. Make
before installing your
as
3.
Rigid metal
duct is recommended. Do not install
flexible duct in concealed spaces.
Non-combustible flexible metal duct is
acceptable.
4. DO NOT
joints
or
Do not
use
plastic
sheet metal
use
other
fastening
or
thin foil
screws on
means
ducting.
exhaust
pipe
which extend into
the duct that could catch lint and reduce the
efficiency
of the exhaust system. Secure all joints
with duct tape.
5. To maximize
duct
length
operating results, please
observe the
limitations noted in the chart above.
11
EXHAUST REQUIREMENTS AND MAINTENANCE
Part 4
Exhaust and
Maintenance
Dryer
the Lint Screen
Cleaning
1. Clean the lint filter either before
drying each load
or after drying each load. Always make sure the
lint filter is clean before starting a new load,
because a clogged lint filter may increase drying
WARNING!
!
Disconnect the
dryer's
to any
or
1. After
cleaning
electric power
maintenance.
prior
times.
year of use, the interior and complete
exhaust system of the dryer should be examined
one
2. To clean,
least
lint is hard to
and clean the exhaust duct at
inspect
back into
yearly.
3. Check the weather hoods
frequently to ensure
the dampers are moving freely, that the dampers
are not pushed in and that nothing has been set
against the dampers.
4. A
should be
qualified service person or company
used to perform this maintenance.
3.
be used to exhaust the
in hard to reach
pieces,
one
places.
dryer when
This Kit
it is
comes
of which is attached to the
7.
the lint
screen
firmly
is
fibers), causing
the lint
screen
before and after
as new
screen
dryer during removal, inspect
hood and
6.
drying
remove
these
towels.
5. In the event lint falls off of the lint
into the
screen
Remove lint
congested more quickly.
articles, such
and
the exhaust
any lint.
Laundry detergent
and fabric softener residue
can
build up on the lint screen, causing longer drying
times. The screen is likely blocked if lint falls off
Ordinarily, the dryer drum will need no care.
Wipe the exterior of the dryer as required, and
always immediately wipe the exterior of the
dryer in the event any detergent, bleach, or other
washing products is spilled on the dryer, because
these products may cause permanent damage to
the exterior finish of the dryer.
panel with a damp cloth as
necessary. Warning: spray pre-wash products
may damage the finish of the control panel.
screen
firmly secured
the dryer. Running the dryer with
a loose lint screen may cause overheating and
damage to the dryer and articles being dried.
Always ensure
before running
from the lint
and
Following attachment of the two separate pieces
to the dryer and the wall, the dryer may be
returned to its final position, after which the two
pieces themselves can be connected.
Push the lint
place.
to become
in two
the other is attached to the wall exhaust outlet.
remove.
fibers and natural
placed
dryer
straight up and roll
your fingers. Do not
screen
4. Some articles may shed more lint than other
towels (for example, towels made of synthetic
5. A Flexible Metal Vent Kit, available at extra cost,
can
the lint
any lint off the screen with
rinse or wash screen to remove lint, because wet
and cleaned if necessary.
2. You should
pull
the
screen.
In order to
prevent this type of build
up, and help ensure proper operation of your
dryer, clean the lint screen with a nylon brush
every six months or, if necessary, more
frequently. The lint filter can also be washed
as
follows:
8. Clean the control
9. Please clean the lint filter either before
each load
10.
Always
starting
or
after
sure
a new
load, because
Annually
the
drying
remove
vacuum
filter
nylon brush with hot water and liquid
detergent and scrub the lint screen with the brush
to remove the buildup of detergent and fabric
Wet
a
d)
as
necessary.
After the residue has been removed, rinse
screen
with hot water.
hood. Label all wires
prior to
disconnection when
because
wiring
servicing
errors can cause
dryer.
water.
c) Repeat
wiring diagram is provided
dryer control
rolling the lint off of the screen with your
fingers, wet both sides of the screen with hot or
softener.
times.
duct. See item #2 above.
to you and your
12
clogged lint
the lint filter and attach it to
12. Please note that the
inside the
b)
the lint filter is clean before
a
After
warm
drying
each load.
make
may increase
11.
drying
a)
the
serious
dryer,
injury
e)
After
drying the lint screen with a clean towel,
firmly replace the lint screen in your dryer.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Part 5
starting and using your new dryer. Please refer to specific sections of this manual for
more detailed information. Important Warning: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to person, read
this entire manual, including the Important Safety Instructions, before operating this dryer.
Following
are
instructions for
WARNING!
!
WARNING!
!
Fire Hazard
No washer
can
completely
Explosion
remove
Keep flammable materials and vapors,
as gasoline, away from dryer.
oil.
Do not
dry anything that has ever had any
type of oil on it (including cooking oils).
Items
containing foam, rubber,
must be dried on a clothesline
an
Air
Cycle.
instructions
result in death
plastic
or by using
or
Using
1. Clean lint
2. Place
See
Your
screen
laundry
Loading.
into
dryer
or
on
it
ever
death, explosion,
or
had
(even after washing).
Failure to follow these instructions
in
such
can
result
fire.
fire.
Dryer
before
that has
dry anything
anything flammable
or
STARTING YOUR DRYER
1.
Do not
Failure to follow these
can
Hazard
2. To
use a
Sensor
?
Select
?
Select DRY LEVEL
an
Sensor
Dry Cycle
Dry Cycle.
to
adjust
dry you want the load. As
the cycle runs, the control
senses the dryness of the load
and adjusts the time
automatically for the selected
dryness level.
how
after each
cycle.
and shut door.
3. Turn the knob to select the
drying cycle you
want. The preset settings for Sensor Dry Cycles
or Manual Cycles will glow. The estimated or
actual cycle time (in minutes) will show in the
display.
?
Select the desired
?
Press START/PAUSE
Options.
NOTE: DRY LEVEL selections
only be made
while using Sensor Dry Cycles. Selecting MORE Dry or
LESS Dry automatically adjusts the sensed time needed.
can
13
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Part 5
3. To
?
?
Select
Manual
use a
a
Manual
TIME
Dry Cycle
or
use
LESS TIME until the desired
time is
displayed. Tap MORE TIME or LESS
and the time will change by 1 minute intervals.
NOTE: The MORE TIME
can
This feature allows you to lock your settings to
prevent children from changing them. You can also
Dry Cycle.
Press MORE TIME
drying
Child Lock
be used with Manual
cycle
or
option changes during dryer operation.
To enable the Child Lock feature:
LESS TIME feature
Press and hold RACK DRY and ANTI
Time
BACTERIAL for 2 seconds. A
or
Dry,
the child lock feature to prevent unintended
Dry,
and Rack
single
BEEP Tone is
heard, and CL is displayed. To unlock, press and
Dry Cycles.
hold RACK DRY and ANTI BACTERIAL for 2
seconds. The indicator
?
Press TEMP. CONTROL until the desired
5.
light
turns off.
Loading
temperature indicator glows.
?
(OPTIONAL STEP)
If desired, select OPTIONS.
For
Options.
more
details,
see
the door is closed.
?
Press START/PAUSE. Be
?
If you do not press START/PAUSE within 10
minutes of selecting the cycle, the dryer
automatically
?
sure
shuts off.
Stopping
To stop your
Your
dryer
or
Load the
up, not
dryer by the amount
by their weight.
dryer.
drying and wrinkling.
Following
Dryers:
Dryer
are
sample
open the door.
of space items take
This
causes uneven
loads for
Heavy Work Clothes
4 jeans
4 workpants
at any time
Press START/PAUSE
Loading suggestions
Do not overload the
If you wish to end your drying cycle after pressing
START/PAUSE, press START/PAUSE again.
4.
Properly loading your dryer can lower your utility
bill and prolong the life of your garments.
Super Capacity
2 sweatpants
2 sweatshirts
4 work shirts
Towels
Pausing
To pause the
Open
dryer
the door
To restart the
or
or
Restarting
10 hand towels
at any time
press START/PAUSE
once.
Mixed Load
3 sheets
dryer
4
(1 king,
pillowcases
Close the door. Press START/PAUSE.
3 shirts
NOTE: Drying will continue from where the cycle
3 blouses
close the door and press
START within 10 minutes. If the cycle is
was
interrupted if you
interrupted for more
than 10 minutes, the
shut off. Select
cycle settings
the
14
dryer.
new
14 wash cloths
10 bath towels
before
dryer will
restarting
2
twin)
9 T-shirts
9 shorts
10 handkerchiefs
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Part 5
6.
Sensor
Cycle Descriptions
Select the
you
are
drying cycle
drying.
(See Sensor Dry
charts.)
or
that matches the type of load
Manual Preset
Cycle Settings
Dry
Preset
Sensor
Dry
Cycles
Load
Cycle Settings
Time*
Temp.
Type
HEAVY DUTY
Heavyweight, jeans
(Minutes)
High
64
66
Sensor
COTTON/TOWELS
Medium
the
Denim pants, towel
High
Dry Cycles allow you to match the cycle to
load you are drying. Each cycle dries certain
fabrics at the recommended temperature. A sensor
detects the moisture in the load and automatically
adjusts
the
drying
time for
Sensor
?
?
Corduroys,
optimal drying
Dry Cycle
Permanent press,
Cotton/Towels
Sheets, lingerie, blouses
to
get medium-high heat for drying
cycle
and cotton
synthetic
Manual
to
Ultra Delicate
items such
curtains.
as
Ultra
34
items.
finishes.
cycle
32
Estimated Time with SENSOR DRY LEVEL
Delicate
Use this
Low
(Normal) setting.
get low heat for drying synthetic
fabrics, washable knit fabrics, and no-iron
?
*
jerseys.
cycle
36
to
Perm. press
Use for permanent press and
Use this
Low
Low
curtains, lace
get medium heat for drying
sturdy fabrics such as work clothes, casual clothes,
?
ULTRA DELICATE
Exercise wear, sheer
Normal
Use this
54
synthetics
DELICATE
cycle
Medium
PERM. PRESS
denims and towels.
?
work clothes
Heavy Duty
Use this cycle to get high heat for heavy fabrics
such as jeans, corduroys, or work clothes.
Use this
?
NORMAL
to
get ultra low heat
lingerie,
to
exercise wear,
gently dry
or
sheer
Cycles
Use Manual
Cycles to select a specific amount of
drying time and a drying temperature. When a
Manual Cycle is selected, the ESTIMATED TIME
REMAINING display shows the actual time
remaining in your cycle. You can change the actual
time in the cycle by pressing MORE TIME or LESS
TIME.
?
?
Speed Dry
Use this cycle for drying
need a short drying time.
Freshen
Use this
such
as
Up
cycle
Air
or
loads that
wrinkles from items,
clothes
wrinkled
?
to remove
small loads
packed in a
from being left in
suitcase
the
or
dryer
items
too
long.
Dry
Use the Air
drying
Dry
Modifier for items that
without heat such
as
require
rubber, plastic and
heat-sensitive fabrics.
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FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Part 5
?
Time
Dry
Use this cycle to complete drying if items are still
damp after an Sensor Dry Cycle. Time dry is also
useful for drying heavyweight and bulky items,
such as bedspreads and work clothes.
8. Modifiers
Use Modifiers to select temperatures for the Manual
Cycles. Press TEMP. CONTROL until the desired
temperature setting glows. Temperature modifiers
Manual Preset
Manual
Dry
Cycles
Load
Cycle Settings
cannot be used
SPEED DRY
(Minutes)
High
25
FRESHEN UP
Medium
20
Remove Wrinkles
High
AIR DRY
Air
SMALL LOADS
7.
Dry Cycles.
Default Time*
Temp.
Type
with the Sensor
30
Dry
Options
When
You
can
customize your
cycles by selecting options.
This chart shows
dried
Type
using
using
examples
Air
Dry
of items that
can
be
AIR DRY.
of Load
Default Time*
(Minutes)
Damp Dry Beep
Foam
Select DAMP DRY BEEP to alert you that your
clothes are approximately 80% dry. This is useful
when you want to remove lightweight items in
mixed load to prevent overdrying or remove
partially dry
items that may need
NOTE: The
the Sensor
Damp Dry Beep
Dry Cycles.
is
a
rubber-pillows,
padded bras, stuffed toys
Plastic-Shower curtains,
tableclothes
only
available with
Rubber-backed rugs
40-50
Olefin, polypropylene,
10-20
sheer
nylon
WRINKLE CARE prevents wrinkles that form
when you cannot unload the dryer promptly at the
Reset
end of
?
Check to
?
Shake and fluff pillows
cycle. During
periodically tumble.
?
this
option,
Press WRINKLE CARE to
heat-free, periodic tumbling
?
get
the
up to
dryer
will
at the end of a
cycle.
dryer stops
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not select WRINKLE
after cool down.
CARE, the
cycle
?
Dry
to
complete drying,
see
the
during
3 hours of
Stop WRINKLE CARE at any time by pressing
WRINKLE CARE or opening the dryer door.
NOTE: If you do
20-30
ironing.
WRINKLE CARE
a
20-30
that
coverings
by
are
securely
hand
stitched.
periodically
cycle.
item
slow to
if needed.
completely.
dry.
NOTE: Air Dry is
Cycles.
not
Foam rubber
pillows
available with Sensor
are
Dry
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Part 5
?
9. Rack
Dry
Select RACK DRY and MORE TIME
TIME. Reset time
Refer to the
The
dryer rack is shipped in place in your dryer.
Remove and discard any packing material before
?
use.
as
needed to
for
or
using the
following
?
complete drying.
Select the desired temperature setting to match the
fabrics in your load by pressing TEMP. CONTROL
rubber,
with items that
designed
you do not want to tumble dry, including sweaters
and similar items. The heated dryer rack allows the
heated air inside the dryer to flow in a concentrated
pattern, allowing effective and consistent drying.
use
LESS
table.
following
(Air Dry-Ultra Low-Low).
The RACK DRY is
or
Start the
Items
containing foam,
plastic must be dried on a clothesline or by
Air Dry temperature setting. Refer to the
table.
dryer.
Use RACK DRY to select the desired time.
10.
To
?
the RACK DRY:
use
door.
Open dryer
?
Do not
?
Place
remove
The BEEPER controls the volume of the
the lint
screen.
dryer rack over the bottom of the dryer door
opening. Rest the rack on the dryer back ledge.
Push down
on
the frame front to
secure over
lint
Place wet items
move, but the drum will rotate. Make
?
hang
over
the
edges
or
sure
items
between rack
screen
accumulated from items dried
Items
Suggested
for Rack Drying
and
on
remove
any lint
the rack.
Temperature Suggested
Time*
Setting
(Minutes)
Washable wool items
lay
flat
Press BEEPER to
shape
on rack)
Stuffed toys
adjust
the sound level
or
turn off
signal.
and
(cotton
polyester fiber
filling)
or
Stuffed toys (foam
rubber filled)
11. Anti Bacterial
This
NOTE: Check the lint
(block
indicated.
grill.
Close the door.
to
that
top of the rack. Allow space
on
around items for air to circulate. The rack does not
do not
beep
is made when you press any of the buttons on the
control panel and the termination of any cycle is
the
screen.
?
Beeper
Low
Low/Ultra
option
can
only
be used with the HEAVY
DUTY, COTTON/TOWELS, and NORMAL cycles.
This
reduces certain types of bacteria. The
ANTI BACTERIAL process produces high
option
temperature during the cycle.
NOTE: Do
not use this
cycle
on
delicate fabrics.
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12. Custom
20/30
Set up your favorite combination of
save them here for one-touch recall.
Programming
settings
and
Low
To store
Air
Dry/
50/30
1. Select
2.
Ultra Low
a
Change
a
CUSTOM PROGRAM.
cycle
DRY LEVEL and TEMP. CONTROL.
3. Select OPTIONS you want.
Foam rubber
pillows
Tennis shoes
*
Reset time
as
needed to
Air
Dry
50
Air
Dry
20
complete drying.
4. Press and hold the CUSTOM PROGRAM.
To recall your stored CUSTOM PROGRAM
Press CUSTOM PROGRAM
pad,
then press
START/PAUSE.
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Part 6
Troubleshooting Tips
Save time and money!
Review the charts
on
the
following
pages first and you may not need to call for service.
1.Problem:My Dryer Won 't Start
Question
Is the
?
What to Do
in?
dryer plugged
Confirm that the
dryer's plug
is
securely
and
completely pushed
into the
laundry
room's power outlet
Is the fuse
?
breaker
blown,
or
is the circuit
tripped?
Check your home's or laundry room's fuse box/circuit breaker box and replace the
fuse or reset the circuit breaker. (IMPORTANT: electric dryers generally use two
fuses
or
breakers.)
2.Problem:My Dryer Doesn 't Heat
Question
Is the fuse
?
breaker
blown,
or
What to Do
is the circuit
If the fuse is blown
or
the circuit breaker
tripped?
3.Problem:There
are
two fuses
Greasy Spots
on
or
dryer might
tumble but not
breakers.)
My Clothes
Question
What to Do
Did you follow the instructions
your fabric softener product?
?
Are you drying clean and
clothes together?
?
Were your clothes
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the
heat. Check your home's or laundry room's fuse box / circuit breaker box and
replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker. (IMPORTANT: electric dryers generally
use
?
tripped,
on
dirty
entirely
clean?
Confirm and follow the instructions
provided
with your fabric softener
product.
your dryer to dry only clean items, because dirty items
clean clothes placed in the same load or later placed in the dryer drum.
Make
Stains
sure
to
use
dried clothes
stains that weren't cleansed
can
soil
during the washing
process. Please review and confirm that you are following your washing
instructions and that the clothes are being completely cleaned.
on
are
actually
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Part 6
4.Problem:There is Lint
on
my Clothes
Question
?
What to Do
Is your lint filter full?
Please refer to the manual section
lint filter is clean. It is
important
on
cleaning
the lint
filter,
and
please
that the lint filter is clean before each
confirm that the
new
load of
laundry.
?
Did you
properly
sort your load of
laundry?
?
In order to reduce the amount of lint in
fuzzy white
cotton
of black linen
Do your clothes have
excess
static
See
towel) separately
a
laundry, sort lint producers (like a
clothes that might catch lint (such as a pair
load of
from
pants).
comments
below under There is static in my clothes after
drying.
electricity?
?
?
Did you overload your
dryer?
Did you place any paper, tissue, or
other similar material in the load?
Divide your
a
pair
load of laundry.
a
are
into smaller loads.
person might forget to take a piece of paper or a tissue out of the pocket
of pants, and this paper, tissue, or similar material can cause excess lint in a
Sometimes
of
larger load
Confirm that the
empty before washing and
5.Problem:There is static in my clothes after
?
Did you
use
fabric softener?
Did you
over
dry
the load of
laundry?
?
Are you drying synthetic, permanent
press, and blends?
6.Problem:The
drying time is
consistent heat
Are you
using
settings
and consistent load sizes?
shirts,
and other articles of
clothing
What to Do
Try using
a
fabric softener to reduce static
electricity.
Over-drying a load of laundry can cause a build up of static electricity. Try
using a fabric softener or adjust your settings and use a shorter drying time.
These materials
using
a
can cause
static to build up in
a
load of dried clothes.
Try
fabric softener.
not consistent
Question
?
of pants,
drying
Question
?
pockets
drying.
What to Do
The
used
drying
time for
(electric,
of the
load will vary depending on the heat setting, the type of heat
natural, or LP gas), the size of the load, the type of fabrics, the wetness
a
clothes, and the condition of the exhaust ducts and lint filer.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Part 6
7.Problem:It takes too long for my clothes to dry
Question
Did you
?
properly
What to Do
sort your loads of
items from
Separate heavy weight
items when
light weight
creating
loads.
laundry?
Are you
fabrics?
?
drying large
loads of
heavy
fabrics take
Heavy
longer
reduce and maintain
more
dry because they tend to retain more moisture. To help
consistent drying times for large and heavy fabrics,
to
separate these items into smaller loads of a consistent size.
Are the
?
Is the lint filter clean before each
new
controls
set?
?
dryer
load of
properly
properly configured?
Is the fuse
?
breaker
blown,
or
is the circuit
tripped?
Did you overload your
settings
for the type of load you
dryer?
8.Problem:My clothes
?
Are you
over
are
drying
your
laundry?
is
laundry.
Check your home's or laundry room's fuse box/circuit breaker box and replace the
fuse or reset the circuit breaker. (IMPORTANT: electric dryers generally use two
or
breakers.)
If you
larger load
into
a
number of smaller loads.
only drying a handful
proper tumbling action.
are
of
items,
add
a
few extra
pieces
to
help
ensure
wrinkled
Over
drying
time,
and
a
load of
remove
laundry
items while
can
they
Remove your laundry from the
fold the items.
lead to wrinkled clothes.
still retain
dryer
after the
a
slight
Try
amount of
drying cycle
a
shorter
drying
moisture.
ends and either
hang
or
complete?
9.Problem:My clothes
are
shrinking
Question
20
to each new load of
prior
What to Do
Are you removing your laundry
from the dryer soon after the
drying cycle
?
drying.
through review of the appropriate sections of this manual that the exhaust
venting ductwork is properly configured. Confirm that the venting is free of
obstructions. Confirm that the outside wall dampers are moving freely, that the
dampers are not pushed in, and that nothing has been set against the dampers.
Question
?
are
Confirm
Divide your
dryer?
Did you under load your
?
control
Please confirm that the lint filter is clean
fuses
?
appropriate
laundry?
Are the exhaust ducts clear and
?
Use the
Are you following the care
instructions for your garment?
What to Do
shrinkage, please carefully follow the care and use instructions for your
garment, because some fabrics will naturally shrink when washed. Other fabrics
can be washed but will shrink when dried in a dryer.
To avoid
TERMS OF WARRANTY
What Is Not Covered:
?
Service trips to your home to teach you how to
?
If the
?
If the fault is caused
by accident, neglect, misuse
?
If the fault is caused
by factors other than normal domestic
use
the
product.
product is connected to any voltage other than that shown
or
on
the
rating plate.
Act of God.
use or use
in accordance
with the owner's manual.
?
Provide instruction
?
If the fault is caused
?
Noise
on use
of
product
or
change the set-up of the product.
by pests for example, rats
vibration that is considered normal for
or
or
cockroaches etc..
example water drain sound, spin sound,
or
warming beeps.
the installation for
example, levelling the product, adjustment of drain.
?
Correcting
?
Normal maintenance which recommended
?
Removal of
foreign objects / substances from the machine, including the pump and inlet
hose filter for
example, grit, nails, bra wires, buttons etc.
in or correct house
?
Replace fuses
?
Correction of unauthorized repairs.
?
Incidental
with this
?
If this
by the owner's manual.
or
wiring
or
correct house
consequential damage to personal property caused by possible defects
appliance.
product is used for commercial purpose,
(Example
plumbing.
:
Public
places such
as
it is not warranted.
public bathroom, lodging house, training center,
dormitory)
If the
product is installed outside the normal service
transportation involved
defective
in the
repair of the product,
part, shall be borne by the
area, any cost of
or
the
replacement of
a
owner.
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