GE DMCD330EJ1WC Electric Dryer Owner's Manual

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Safety Information ........
Operating
2-5
Instructions
DPtCD330
Countdown Display ..............
Reversing the Door ..............
Venting .........................
7
ro
8
Care and Cleaning
9
..........
Consumer Support
Consumer Support ..... Back Cover
General Principles
of Good Practice ...............
11
Warranty
.....................
Write the model
numbers
here:
10
and serial
Model #
Serial #
Theg are on the Iobel on the front
of the drger behind the door.
175D1807P575
49-90307-1
08-06 JR
iMPORTANT
SAFETY
iNFORMATiON.
READALLiNSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE
USING.
For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire
or explosion,electric shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury,or death.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or
the gas supplier.
FORGASDRYERS:YOUMUST POST IN A PROMINENTLOCATION
1.Instructionsto follow if the user smells gas: Contact your local gas
supplier for information to be displayed.
Z Instructions concerning flammable materials as follows:
FOR YOURSAFETY:
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids
in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act
This
act requires
cause
cance_;
ot potential
tile
birth
governor
defects
exposure
Gas appliances
can
to such
Catlse ii/inor
monoxide,
ti)mmldehyde
or 12 fllels.
Properl)
minimized
ac!justed
flu'tiler
(h_e_5
of California
or other
and
a list of substances
ham_
and
requires
known
businesses
to tile state
to warn
to
custome_
substances.
exposure
soot,
to four
caused
will minimize
by properly
to publish
reproductive
xenting
pIJIllaIJly
incomplete
tile
of these
by
stlbstances,
tile
combustion.
(h) er to tile
namely
incomplete
outdoors.
Exposure
benzene,
coIllb/Istion
to these
carbon
oil
nattlI'_ll
substances
gas
can
be
g_com
PROPER
INSTALLAtiON
This dryer must be properly instafled and located in accordance with the Installation Instructions
before it is used. If you did not receive an Installation Instructions sheet, you can receive one by
visiting ge.com, or by calling 800.GE.CARES (800.432.2737).
•
Properly
ground
governing
codes
in the Installation
•
Install
or store
temperatures
the weather:
dryer
to confimn
with
where
below
it will not
fl'eezing
be exposed
to
to
oI
any accumulated
time by manually
past switch shutoff position. Otherwise,
one
increment
of time will be gained. Switches are
offwhen the plastic switch actuating am/ (inner)
is down and all 3 switch buttons are depressed.
and sized
overload.
• ]_.elnove all shaq) packing itelns and dispose
all shiI)ping materials i)ropedy.
Remove
rotating timing cam in the coin box
cotmterclockwise
tmfil switch shuts off. Apply
a slight additional
cotmterclockwise
l)ressure to
fimher seat drive. Make certain not to mrn cam
details
or exposed
• Connect to a properly rated, protected
power supi)ly circuit to avoid electrical
•
all
and ordinances.
Follow
Instructions
section.
Exhaust/Ducting
_]
This
[_
ljse onl) dgid metal
4" diameter
ductwork
inside
the dI3er cabinet.
Use Olfly iigid metal
or flexible
metal 4" diameter
ductwork
fin.
• Any coin box or similar device added
Follow
to
dD'er
MUSTbe
• In flflfilling the specific needs _ff different
commercial
installations,
the pro'chaser of this
dryer may wish to locate the coin box and
controls in any _ff a nulnber of locations.
The responsibility
fin" the proper pe_f0mmnce
of this work lies solely with the pm'chase_;
It should be done by properly trained and
qualified pe_som_el, and in accordance
with
local code requirements.
exhausted
to the
outside.
to the outside.
USE OFPLASTICOR
OTHERCOMBUSTIBLE
DUCTWORKCANCAUSE
A FIRE.PUNCTUREDDUCTWORKCANCAUSEA
FIREIF IT COLLAPSES
ORBECOMESOTHERWISE
RESTRICTED
IN USEORDURINGINSTALLATION.
exhausting
details
in the
Installation
Instructions
section.
the (hTeI; either electrically or mechanically,
should be properly grotmded.
3
IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION.
READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING.
a,
,!
i
YOUR
LAUNDRY
AREA
•
Keep
the
area
appliances
as lint,
other
•
•
paper;
the
dry
Keep
rags,
floor
of lint,
chemicals,
wq)m_
around
to reduce
area
areas
dust
and
and
your
the possibili
aromM
SmTotmding
and
(ff c(nnbusfible
flammable
Keep
and
underneath
flee
the
exhaust
fl'ee
ti'oln
around
gasoline
•
wmr
materials,
such
children to play on, with or inside this or
any other appliance.
and
liquids.
appliances
clean
•
Keep all laundry aids (such as detergents,
bleaches, etc.) ()/it of the reach (ff children,
preterably
in a locked cabinet. Observe all
warnings on container
labels to avoid iqim>
•
Never climb on or stand
•
Do not install or store this appliance
will be exposed to the weather;
•
Do not d_y articles containing
rubbe_; plastic
or similar materials such as padded bras, temfis
shoes, galoshes, bath mats, rugs, bibs, baby pants,
plastic bags, pillows, etc. that may melt or bm'n.
Some rubber mamfials, when heam(1, can under
certain circumstances
produce fire by
b' of slipping.
opening
Close supe_Msion is necessm y if this appliance
is used by or near chiMren. Do not allow
and
tile accumulation
dirt.
• Do not obstruct tile flow of ventilating ai_:
Do not stack or place latm(h_' or throw rugs
against the fl'ont or back ot the dryer
on tile (hTer top.
where
it
WHENUSINGYOURDRYER
• Never reach into tile (ha'er while tile drum
is
moving. Belt}re loading, mdoading
or adding
clothes, wait tmtil tile drum has completely
stopped.
•
Clean the lint filter before each load to prevent lint
accumulation
inside tile dryer or in tile room.
DONOTOPERATE
THE
DRYERWITHOUT
THE
tINT
FILTERIN PLACE
• Do not wash or d_w articles that have been
cleaned in, washed in, soaked in or spotted with
combustible
or explosive substances
(such as
wax, oil, paint, gasoline, degrease_,
dry-cleaning
solvents, kerosene, etc.) which may ignite or
explode. Do not add these substances to the
wash watei: Do not use or place these substances
arotmd yore" washer or (hTer (hmng operation.
spont_l
removed. There are many highly flammable
items used in homes such as acetone, denatured
alcohol, gasoline, kerosene, some household
cleanei's,
SOllle
spot
i'elllOVei's,
ttli])entines,
waxes, wax removei_ and products
petroleum
distillams.
containing
• Tile laundry process can reduce tile flame
retardancv
of rid)tics. To avoid such a result,
carefully fi)llow the gaiinent inanufilcturer's
care instructions.
4
COillb/istion.
•
Do not store plastic, paper or clothing that
may burn or melt on top (ff the d_3'er dining
opei_tion.
•
Gam_ents labeled OryAway from Heat (>r Do Not
Tumble Dry (such as lifiLjackets containing
IlltlSt not be put in yore" (hye_:
•
• Any article on which you have used a cleaning
solvent or that contaii_s flammable
materials
(such as cleaning cloths, mops, towels used in
beaut)' salons, restaurants
or barber shops, etc.)
nlust not be placed in or near tile (hwer until
solvents or flammable materials have been
neo/1s
Kapok)
Do not city fiberglass articles in your (hwer.
Skin irritation could result fl'om tile remaining
particles that may be picked up by dothing
(linking subsequent
dryer uses.
• To minimize the possibility of electric shock,
tmplug this appliance fl'om tile power supply or
discom_ect the d_Ter at the distribution
panel
b)' removing the time or switching off the drcuit
breaker befi)re attempting
any maintenance
or
cleaning (except the remox;fl and cleaning ot
tile lint filter). NOTE" Turningthe Cyc/eSelectorknob to
an off position does NOTdisconnect the app/iance from
the power supp/y
• D(> not
spI'}l}'
[ln}'
t},'pe ot aerosol
into,
on
0I"
near
dryer at anv time.
•
Do not place items exposed to cooking oils in
veto" (h_'e_: Items contaminated
with cooking oils
may contribute
to a chemical reaction that could
cause a load to catch fire.
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WHENUSINGYOURDRYER
(cont.)
• Never attempt to operate
damaged,
nmlflmcdoning,
or has missing or broken
danmged coM or plug.
• The interior
this appliance if it is
partially disassembled,
parts, including a
of the machine
• Ybu may wish
or reduce
to soften
tile
a due>applied
conditionei;
static
products,
which
in thenl
or m' a drve>added
the
used
manufi_cturer
package
on tile
in your
i)rol)lems
those
• If vom_ is a gas (hTeI, it is equipped with an
autonmtic electric ignition and does not have
a pilot light. DO NOTATTEMPT TO LIGHT WITH
A MATCH. Burns may result fl'onl having your
hand in tile vicinity of tile burner when tile
turns
electridw
lid)tic softener
X_'e recommend
caused
products
the warranP,'
that
(hweI:
the responsibility
ignition
la undered
by
product
product
their
fi)r
are
assurance
can
be safely
oi" perfimnance
by use of these
of the
using
according
fin" those
gives written
Service
and
thbrics
or an anti-static
you use either
a rid)tic softener
in the wash cycle,
to the manufi_cturer's
instructions
and the exhaust
duct connection
inside the diTer should be
cleaned at least once a year by a qualified
teclmidan.
See the Care and Cleaning section.
Do not rise anv _,,])e of spray cleaner when
cleaning dryer inmrim: Hazardous Runes or
electrical shock could occm:
autonmtic
your
products
manufi_cmreI_
not
covered
are
of
under
to this appliance.
on.
WHENNOTUSINGYOURDRYER
_-
• Grasp tile plug firefly when
disconnecting
this
appliance to avoid damage to tile cord while
pulling. Place tile cord a_v fl'om traffic areas
so it will not be stepped on, tripped over or
subjected to dalnage.
•
Befiwe discarding a chyei; oi" removing it fl'om
service, remove tile (hTer door to prevent
children flxnn hiding inside.
•
Do not tamper
with controls.
• Do not attempt to repair or replace any paI* of
this appliance or attempt any seiMcing unless
specifically recommended
in this Owner's Manual
or in published
usei:repair instructions
that you
undei3tnnd
and have the skills to canw out.
READANDFOLLOW
THISSAFETY
INFORMATION
CAREFULLY.
SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS
Reversingthe door.
Tools needed:
• Standard#2
Phillips screwdriver
[_
Open
door
dr_er
the door
and remoxe
the filler plugs
opposite
the hinges.
_,_ith the
completely
open,
remoxe
the bottom
screw from
each hinge
on the
tace. Insert
these
screws
about
halt\va_
into the TOP holes,
for each
hinoe_,
Apply
_
on
holding
_]
the
firm
the
door
opposite
pressure
I,oosen top
the
the
from
top
side
the
screws
(where
to _oet the
screw
from
top of the
Rotate
the door
the door
I£1/and
on
• Tape-tipped
putty knife
each
door
drxer
b)
180 . Insert
DOWN tmtil
inserted
you
screw
removed
started
hinge
on the
and the other
lifting
it UP and
dryer
hand
filler
plugs).
holes.
thce halfway.
holding
the
_,_ith one hand
bottoi/l,
i'ei/loxe
OUT
it on the opposKe
the top hinge
and
in step
the
in new
side of the
the bottom
opemng
hinge
b) mo_mg
are resting
1.
/
[_
Remoxe
the door
the remaining
was remoxed.
Tighten
the side
the two top
from which
screws
from the side of the o )enino
_,_ith these
screws,
secure
each
hinge
screws
of each hinge
the door
was remoxed.
Reinsert
the
plastic
fl'om which
at the bottom.
})luo-s
6'
on
Countdowndisplay,fDCCD
models
only)
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The countdown display shows the remaining operating time as well as the current drying cycle. The
display board is configured for a 45-minute dry time at the factory to correspond with the 45-minute
timer cam pre-installed in the coin box. If the timer cam is modified for another operating duration,
the dip switches on the display board should be set as follows:
ON
I
O
1
2
DIP SWITCH NUMBERS
DRYINGTIME (minutes)
1
2
45
1
1
60
1
0
90
0
1
120
0
0
NOTE: Thisdisplay does not accumulate t/me. See the following examplesof displaypossiblhties.
DIP SWITCH SETflNG (rain)
COIN SLIDEACTUATIONS
DISPLAYREADING(rain)
45
I
45to 0, then blank
45
2
45 to I, then 1for next 45 min.,
then 0 and blank
120
I
99 for 21 minutes,then 98 to 0,
then blank
Ventingthe dryer.
For
the
best
drying
pertom_ance,
the
dxTer
needs
to be properly
and run longer if it is not vented to the below specifications.
Installation Instructions.
•
Use
only
rigid
metal
flexible
metal
•
Do not
use plastic
•
Use
shortest
•
Do not
the
• Avoid
•
crush,
resting
4" diameter
4" diameter
or other
length
kink
the
Venting must conform
Correct
Venting
Incorrect
Venting
inside
fi)r exhausting
combustible
ductwork.
possible.
or collapse
duct
(lu('twork
ductwork
on shaq_
the
duct.
objects.
to local building codes.
the
The dryer will
vented.
use more energy
Carefully follow the details on Exhausting
(hTer
to the
cabinet.
outside.
Use
only
rigid
metal
or
in the
Careand cleaning,
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Careand Cleaningof the Dryer
The Exterior: _ii)e c,r dust an) spills or washing
compounds
with a dan_p cloth. Dryer control
panel and finishes mm be damaged by some
latmdry pretreaul/ent
soil and stain relno_,er
products. Apply these products awm fl'om tile
(ha'e_: Tile gfl)tic may then be washed and dried
nommllv. Damaoe to _om" (h_er caused b_ these
products
is not co',ered
by }our warrant_.
The tint Filter: Clean tile lint
filter befiwe each use.
Moisten yore" finge_ and
reach into tile filter opening.
Rim yore" finge_ across tile
filter; Hme a qualified
technician
_acuum tile lint
li'OII/
tile
dI'?er
once
aveai:
The Exhaust Duct: Inspect and clean tile exhaust
ducting at least once a year to prevent clogging.
A partially clogged exhaust can lengthen
tile
drying time.
Follow these steps."
[_
Tm'n off electrical supply 1)_ disconnecting
plug fl'om the wall socket.
_
Discmmect
[_
Vacuuln tile duct with tile hose attachment
recom_ect tile duct.
tile
tile duct from tile dr_ e_:
The Exhaust Hoo& Check fl'om tile outside
and
that tile
flaps _ffthe hood move ti'eely when operating. Make
sure that there is no wildlife (birds, insects, etc.)
nesting inside the duct or hood.
GE CommercialDryer Warranty.
Coin-OperatedModel DMCD330Only
Staple sour receipt here.
Proof of the original purchase
dote is needed to obtain
service under the warranty,
General
Electric
Commercial
Distributors
or an
authorized
All
warranty
service
provided Laundry
by our Factory
Service
Centers,
Customer Cam® technician. To get customer support, on-line, visit us
at gecommerciallaundry.com,
or call 800.GE.CARES (800.432.2737).
Please hove serial number and model number available when coiling
for service.
t_
For The Period Of."
We Will Replace:
90 Days
Anypartof
From the date of the
original purchase
or workmanship.
all labor
and related
service
of the
which
the
dryer
(except
the
coin
s)'stem
_',:)which
fifils due
to a (lefect
During this limited90-daywarranty,GE will also
to replace
the
defbcfive
provide,
in materials
freeofcharge,
part,
Three Years
Anypart
From the date of the
original purchase
limited three-year warranty, you will be
Fourththrough
FifthYear
From the date of the
original purchase
The dryer drum, if it should tail due to a (lefect in materials or workmanship,
and the cabinet
side panels, base and cover, if they should tidl due to rust-through. L)m'ing this limited additional
two-year warranty, yon will be responsible
tor any labor and related service costs.
dxTer
fails due
to a defect
or workmanship.
in materials
During
fi)r any labor and related service
responsible
this
costs.
What Is Not Covered:
• *Coh_
System
mechmfislu,
separate
• Service
(including
coin
vault
the coin
m_d locks)
manufacturer's
trips
to your
drop
warrm_ty.
place
meter,
is covered
See hlsert
of business
coin
under
slide
a
for details.
to teach
you
how
to use the product.
• hnproper
• Failure
for other
• Dmnage
h_staJlation,
of the product
than
caused
• Replacement
delivery
after
purpose.
delivery.
misused,
all hnplied
fitness
for a particular
• Replacement
place
warraa_ties
of fuses
or used
of merchmltability
and
purpose.
or resetting
of circuit
breakers
at
of business.
• Dmnage
to the product
acts of God.
or maJntenmlce.
if it is abused,
the intended
• Any and
• h_cidentaJ
caused
or consequential
defects
with
• Product
not
by accident,
dmnage
caused
fire,
floods
by possible
this appliance.
accessible
to provide
required
service.
of the light bulb.
EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES--Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repair as provided in this
Limited Warranty. Any implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose, are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law.
This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for
commercial use within the USA. If the product is located in an area where service by a GE Authorized Servicer
is not available, you may be responsible for a trip charge or you may be required to bring the product to an
Authorized GE Service location for service. In Alaska, the warranty excludes the cost of shipping to your
place of business.
Some states do not aflow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. This warranty gives
you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. To know what your
legal rights are, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General.
Warrantor: General Electric Company. Louisville, KY 40225
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AUTOMATI
COMMERCIAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
C DRYER
APPLICATION
ELECTRIC
PRINCIPLES
DRYERS
OF GOOD
(COIN-OPERATED
MODELS
PRACTICE
ONLY)
In fldfilling tile specific needs of dift%rent commercial
installations,
tile purchaser
of this
General
Electric automatic
d_Ter may wish to locate the coin box and controls in any of
a number
of locations.
The responsibility
for tile proper performance
of this work lies
solely with tile purchaser.
It should be done 1)y properly
trained and qualified personnel,
and in accordance
with local code requirements.
In addition,
General Electric Company
assumes no responsibility
or liability' whatsoever
to
tile purchaser
for any parent infringement
expenses,
either in the form of damages
or legal
costs, where tile alleged inflingement
is based on a patent claim including
one or more
components
added by tile purchaser
tile purchased
duet).
(i.e., not supplied
by General
Electric
Company
with
Set forth below are some general principles
which should be followed by persons installing
tile coin box and controls
in the desired location.
This listing is not all-inclusive,
and is
only intended
to serve as a general
guide. These principles
are inmnded
to supplement,
not modify, tile Installation
Instructions
which accompany
tile automatic
dwer.
I. Any component
added to the automauc
should be properly
grounded.
9. All current-car_Ting
metal
parts
should
dryer,
either
be isolated
electrically
flom
or mechanically,
possible
contact
by tile usen
3. All wiring should be properly
protecmd
from sharp edges, burrs, moving
agencies which migilt cause al)rasion of the insulation
on tile conductors.
4. All electrical
and reliable
subjected.
connecuons
should be mechanically
electrical
contact under conditions,
5. All electrical
components,
tile specific application.
6. All insulating
materials
they will be exposed
7. The installation
automatic
sequence
wires and terminals
should
remain
(e.g., humidity,
should
effective
temperature,
not be incompatible
metal
should
be of proper
electrical
under
tile specific
conditions
rating
for
to which
etc.).
with the electrical
parts should
and other
secure, and should provide
adequate
such as vibration,
to which they may be
d_Ter nor in any manner
inmrfere
with either
of operations
of tile cycle which are engineered
8. Uninsulamd
cuirent-cariTing
of spacing flom other parts.
parts
circuit
within
the
the safety' devices or tile
into tile appliance.
have adequate
and ensured
permanence
11
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and prompt serxice under the tem/s of }our warranty, should tlle need arise.
YOu ma} also mail in tile pre-plinted
registration
card included in tile l)acldm"_ matelial.
Printed in Canada

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