GE DBLR333EE0CC Electric Dryer Owner's Manual


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Safety Instruc_tions

........

2-4

Operating

Control

Instruc_tions

Panels ...............

5

Control

Settings ..............

6

Dryer Features .............

7, 8

Loading and Using the D_Ter . . .9

Reversing the Door . ..........

8

Venting the D_Ter ...........

10

Troubleshooting Tips

....

11, 12

Consumer

Support

Consumer Support . . . Back Cover

Product Registration ......

13, 14

Warranty ..................

15

DBBSO00

DHDSR48

D 7"SR4 95

D WSR405

DWXR485

EED6500

EGD6500

Write the model and serial numbers here:

Model #

Serial #

You can find then/on a label on the front ot the dryer behind the door.

500A374P025 175D1807P504

49-90236 03-05 dR

IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION.

READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING.

WARNING!

Foryoursafety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion,electric shock, or to preventproperty damage, personal injury, or death.

Do not store or use gasoline or other

flammable vaporsand liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

Installation and service must be performed

by a qualified installer,service agency or the gas supplier.

WHATTODOIF YOUSMELLGAS:

[]

Do not try to light a match, or cigarette, or turn on any gas or electrical appliance.

[]

Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.

[]

Clear the room, building or area of all occupants.

[]

Immediately call yourgas supplier from a neighbor'sphone. Follow the gas supplier's instructionscarefully.

[]

ff you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.

Caflfomia Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act

This act requires

the

governor birth detects or other reproductixe to such substances.

of Califimfia to publish a list of substances ham_ and requires businesses to warn kmmn to tile custonlei_ state to cattse of potential cance_, exposure

Gas appliances can cause minor exposure to fern" of these substances, namely benzene, caxq)on monoxide, fimnaldehyde and soot, caused primarily by the incomplete combustion of natural gas or I,P flmls.

Propedy ac!justed

dryers will minimize incomplete combustion.

EN)osm'e to these stlbstnnces can be minimized flu'tiler by properly venting tile dryer to tile outdooi_.

2

%

This dryer must be properly installed 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 GEAppliances.com, or by calling 800.GE.CARES(800.432.2737).

Exhaust/Ducting:

Properly gro/md dryer to confimn with all

Follow details goxerning in Installation codes and ordinances.

Instructions.

[]Gas

(lrye_

MUSTbe

exhausted to tile outside.

Install or store where it will not be exposed to temperatm'es below fl'eezing or exposed to tile weather:

]Lrse

onE' rigid metal 4" diameter ductwork inside tl'm (iITer cabinet.

Use only rigid metal or flexible metal 4" diameter ductwork fin" exhausting to tile outside.

USEOFPLASTICOR

Cmmect to a properly rated, protected and sized power sui)ply circuit to avoid electrical overload.

ReI/love all sharp packing items and dispose of all shiI)ping mamrials properly:

For complete details, tollow tile Installation

Instructions.

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• Kee I) the area underneath and around your appliances flee of combustible materials

(lint, paper; rags, etc.), gasoline, chemicals and other flammable \:q)ors and liquids.

• Kee I) tile floor around your appliances clean and (h_' to reduce the possibilib, of slipping.

• Close supervision is necessaiw if this appliance is used by or near children.

Do not allow children to i)kg on, with or inside this or am' other appliance.

A WARNING!

• Kee I) all lmmdia' aids (such as deteigents, bleaches, etc.) out of tile reach of children, preferably warnings in a locked on container cabinet.

Observe all labels to avoid injm T.

• Never climb on or stand on tile dryer top.

• Never reach into tile dryer while tile drum is moving.

Before loading, mfloading or adding clothes, wait until tile drum has completely stopped.

• Clean tile lint filter before each load to prevent lint accumulation inside the dryer or in the ro_m.

DO NOT OPERATETHE DRYER WITHOUT

THE LINT FILTERIN PLACE.

• Do not wash or chw articles that have been cleaned in, washed in, soaked in, or spotted with combustible or explosive substances (such as wax, oil, paint, gasoline, degreaseis, diT-cleaning solvents, kerosene, etc.). These substances give off'vapm_ that may ignite or explode.

Do not add these s/lbstances to the wash wateI: Do not tlse or place these s/ibstances aro/ind vo/11"washer or

(hyer during operation.

• Do not place items exposed to cooking oils in vour drveI: Items contaminated with cooking oils may contribute to a chemical reaction that could cause a clothes load to catch fire.

Any article on which you have used a cleaning solvent or that contains flammable materials

(such as cleaning cloths, mops, towels used in beauty salons, restaurants oi" barber shops, etc.) must not be placed in or near tile dryer until solvents oi" flammable materials have been removed.

There are many highly flammable items used in homes such as acetone, denatured alcohol, gasoline, kerosene, some household cleanei_, so111e spot I"el/lOVeIB, ttli])entines, waxes, _;ix i'elilovei3 petroleum distillates.

and pi"o(hicts containing

• Tile lmmchy process can reduce tile flame retardancy of rid)tics.

To avoid such a result, carefnlk fi)llow tile gaii/lent l/lant/filcttlrer's care instructions.

• Do not dry, articles containing rubbei; plastic, foam, or similar materials such as padded bras, temfis shoes, galoshes, bath mats, rugs, bibs, baby pants, plastic bags, pillo_vs, etc., that may melt oi" burn.

Some rubber materials, when heated, can under cemfin drcumstances produce fire bv

Sl)ontaneo/1s COl//b/1stion.

• Do not store plastic, paper or clothing that may bum or melt on top of tile (hTer during operation.

• Gammnts labeled

On/Away from

Hoat or Do Not

Tumblo Dry

(such as life jackets containing I¢aq)ok) must not be put in your drveI:

• Do not (h T fibeIglass reticles in w_ur drveI:

Skin irritation could result fl'om the remaining particles that may be picked up by clothing during subsequent (hwer uses.

• To minimize the possibility of electric shock, unl)lug this appliance fl'om tile power supply or discmmect the (hTer at the household distribution panel by removing tile fllse or switching offthe circuit breaker befi)re attempting any maintenance or cleaning

(except the remo\:fl and cleaning of the lint

filter).NOTE."

the Cycle Selector knob to an oflI)osition, or pressing PAUSE does

NOT

discom_ect tile appliance ti'om tile power supply.

4

IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION.

READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING.

WARNING!

WHENUSINGYOURDRYER(cont.)

• Never attempt if it is damaged, to operate this malflmctioning, appliance partially

(lisassembled, including or has a damaged missing cord or broken or plug.

parts,

• The interior ot the machine and the exhaust duct connection cleaned at least inside once tile dlTer a year should by a qualified be technician.

section.

See the

loading

and

Using the

On/or

If yom_ is a gas chTe_, it is equipped with an automatic electric ignition and does not have a pilot light.

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LIGHT WITH A

MATCH.

Burns may result ti'om having y(>m" hand in tile vicinity of tile bm'ner when tile automatic ignition tm'ns on.

You may Msh to soften your laundered rid)tics or reduce the static electricity in them by using a dlTei_applied condifione_; fld)ric softener

We recommend or an anti-static you use either a fabric softener tile illanttfilcttlrer's in tile wash cycle, instructions according to fin" those products, or try a d_Te>added which tile n/anufilcturer gives product written fin.

assm'ance on the package that their product can be satelv used in your dlTeI: Service or i)erloi_nlance problems caused b)' rise of these products tile resi)onsibility of tile mamdhcture_ are

_ff those i)ro(hlctS and to this appliance.

are not covered tinder tile W_IITilII_'

• (h'asp tile plug firefly when discommcfing this appliance to avoid damage to tile cord while pulling.

Place tile cord away fi'om traffic areas so it will not be stopped on, tripped over or subjected to damage.

• Do not attempt to repair or replace any part _ff this appliance or attempt m V servicing mfless specifically recommended in this Owner's Manual or in published use>repair instructions that you understand and have tile skills to can T out.

• Befin'e discarding a dr) e_; or removing seI'_ice, rei/lo_,e tile dr_er, door to i)re_,ent it fl'om children fi'om hiding inside.

• Do not tamper with controls.

SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS

About the dryer controlpanel

You can locate your model number on the label on the front of the dryer behind the door.

Throughout this manual, features and appearance may vary from your model.

Models DWSR405, DBB5000 and DTSR495

START FABRIC CARE

WRINKLE CARE SIGNAL

COTTONS

START

COTTONS EASYCARE

]N

START

NO HEAT

mZ]

131

Model D WXR485

START FABRIC CARE

COTTONS

LOW HEAT

EASY CARE

WRINKLE CARE SIGNAL

WRINKLE CARE

MORE DRY

LESS DRY

EASY CARE

WRINKLE FREE

PERM, PRESS

MOPE DRY

DELICATES

LESS DRY

KNITS

DAMPORY30

40

50 60 70 MI80N

El

WRINKLECARE

COTTONS LESS

MOPE DRY

LESS DRY

EASY CARE

WRINKLE FREE

PERM. PRESS

MOREDRY

OELICATES

KNITS

NO HEAT LOW HEAT

mlg

131

Models EED6500and EGD6500

START FABRIC CARE

START COTTONS EASYCARE

WRINKLE CARE SIGNAL

El

NO HEAT

LOW PEAT

H

Model DHDSR48

START

START

FABRIC CARE

COTTONS EASYCARE

WRINKLE CARE SIGNAL

MED,

WRINKLFCARE

COTTONS

_ssoPY

OPTIMUM DRY

MOPEDRY

LESS DRY

TIMED

EASY CARE

WRINKLE FREE

PERM PRESS

MOREDHY

DELICATES

KNITS

DAMPORY30

40 50 60

D

70 MIBON

"DRY

WRINKLECARE+

,ORY

-DRY

COOLDOWN

EASY CARE

WRINKLE FREE

PER_ PRESS

--I 1

NO HEAT

131

LOW HEAT

DEWRINHLE 20

DAMP DRY 30

40

Ig

50

6O

7O

MIN

TIMED DRY

6

About the controlsettings.

IMPORTANT'. Clean the lint filter each time you use the dryer.

Fabric Care

COTTONS Forregulartoheavycottons.

REG.HEAT

PERMAPRESS

MED.HEAT

FLUFFForfluffing itemswithoutheat.Usethe TIMEDDRYcycle.

NOHEAT

DELICATESFordelicates,syntheticsanditemslabeledtumble drylow

LOWHEAT

El

Drying

Cycles--Autonradc

cycles autonmticallv detemfine rid)tic dx_'ness. Select

LESS DRYif_ou

want your clothes slighfl_ damp at the end of the drying c}cle. Select

MOREDRYir_ou

want them to teel drie_: Timed cycles rtm fin" the selected time.

COTTONS

Forcottons and most linens. For most loads select OPTIMUM DRY.

EASYCAREor Forwrinkle-free,permanentpressanddelicateitems,andknits.

PERMAPRESS

DELICATES

fabricsand knits.

TIMED DRY

Setthe CycleSelectoratthe desireddryingtime.

DAMP DRY

Forleavingitemspartiallydamp.

DEWRINKLE

Forremovingwrinklesfrom itemsthat arecleananddryor that areve_/lightlydamp.

QUICKFLUFF

Forfresheningor fluffingupalreadydryclothing,fabric,linensandpillows.Usewith FLUFFNOHEAT

Provides10 minutesof no-heattumbling.

D

Start

Close the (h_er do(n: Select

START

(-)pening the door dining operation will stop the drxe_:

To restart the dryer; close the door and select

START

to complete the c_,cle.

NOTE: Drying times will vary according to the type of heat used (Electric, Natural or LP gas), size of load, types of fabrics, wetness of clothes and condition of exhaust ducts.

Color Logic

Select the correct

FABRICCARE

setting.

Match the particular color belo_ the _or(ls

_dth the same color on the C_cle Dial.

Example:Drying a load of clothing labeled permanent press.

[_] Choose the

FABRIC CARE

this load it would be the

EASYCARE

MED. HEAT

(Milch is a p:H'tictflar color).

r_Tm-n the Cycle Dial to the area that has the same color as the

FABRIC CARE

setting }ou have chosen--for this load it _ould be the

EASY CARE AUTOMATIC.

About the dryer features.

WRINKLE CARE

Wrinkle Care

Use this option to minindze the wrinkles in clothes, It provides ai)i)roximately

15 minutes of no-heat tumbling after the clothes are dry:

This option can only be used with the

COTTONS, EASY CARE and DELICATES cycles.

It you are using the

CYCLE SIGNAL

and wm select the WRINKLE CARE option, a signal will sound at the end of the drying time and several times during the

WRINKLE CAREcvcle.

This will ren/ind w)u that it is time to remove the clothes.

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If

WRINKLE CARE

is not

ON,

the duet will stop once the timer reaches the

WRINKLE

CARE

mark on the cycle dial.

SIGNAL

(appearance may vary)

End of Cycle Signal

This signal will sotmdjust of the cycle to

I'eI/lind voti before the end to i'elllOve the clothes.

On some models, the signal sound level can be adjusted.

If win selected the

WRINKLE

CAREoption, the signal will sotmd at the end of the drying time and will sotmd several times dui_ng the

WRINKLE CARE

cycle. This will remind wm that it is time to remove the clothes.

NOTE:

Remove garments promptly at the sound of the signal Place clothes on hangers so wrinkles won't set in.

Use the END OFCYCLESIGNALespecially

when dryingfabrics like polyester knits

and permanent press. Thesefabricsshould

be removedso wrinkles won't set in.

Dryness

Sensor Cycle

Dryness Sensor Cycle (on some models)

This teatm'e is only activated in the

COTTONS, EASY CARE

and

DELICATES

cycles.

Th e

Dryness Sensor

proxides grea ter

(hTing accm'acy than standard machines, resulting in shorter dry times and better clothes care.

As the clothes tmnble, they touch a moistm'e sensor.

The sensor will stop the heating cycle as soon as the clothes have reached the selected dryness.

Drum Lamp

getore replacing the light bulb, be sure to unI)lug the drver power cord or disconnect the dryer at the household distribution panel b) removing the filse or switching off the circuit breaker.

Reach above (hwer opening fl'om inside the drum.

Remove the bulb and replace with the same size bulb.

Drying Rack (onsomemodels)

A handy drying rack may be used Ira" drying delicate items such as washable sweatei_.

Hook the rack ()vet" the lint filter so the rack extends into the dryer (hmn.

NOTE:

• The drying rack must be used with the

TIMED CYCLE.

• Do not use this drying rack when there are other clothes in the drye_

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About the dryer features.

Stainless Steel Drum (onsomemodels)

Tile stainless steel used to make tile

(h_'er dram provides the highest reliabili F available in a GE dr)/e_: If tile d_yer drtun should be scratched or dented dm_Jng nomml corrode.

not aftect tile drum.

use, tile drum will not rust or

These surfl_ce blemishes will tile flmcfion or durabiliP,' ot

About reversingthe door.

Reversing the Door

Toolsneeded.

Standard#2

Phillipsscrewdriver

• Tape-tipped putty knife

_] Open tile door and remove completel)

Insert open, remoxe these screws about tile half tile filler bottom wax opposite side (where)ou tile screw started in new relnoxed holes.

into tile plugs screw the filler opposite from

I)lu_'s_/ each

TOP holes, tile hinges.

hinge for

Apply each firln on

X_ith tile hinge, i)ressure tile dr)er on door the to face.

_oet

[_ I,oosen holding top tile screw top from of tile each door hinge and tile on tile other dryer hand tile door from tile d_wer b) lifting it

UP

and

OUT

thce half holding way.

tile

X_ith bottom, one hand

rellloxe

[_] Rotate tile door 180? Insert it on tile opposite side of tile opening b) moxing the door

INand

DOWN until the toi ) hinge, and the bottom hinge" are resting on tile top screws inserted in step 1.

\

[_ Remove tile remaining was remoxed.

X,_ith these screws screws from tile secure side each of tile hinge opening at the from bottom.

which

Tighten tile door the two top screws of each hinge tile door WaS reillOxe(l.

Reinsert tile plastic I)lu°s_' on tile side fl'om which

About loading and using the dryer.

Always follow the fabric manufacturer's care label when laundering.

SortingandLoadingHints

As a general H/le, if clothes are so,ted properly for the washer the_ are sorted i)roperl,v fl)r the dr_ er.

Do not add fabric softener sheets once the load has become warm. They may cause fabric softener

stains. Bounce®Fabric Conditioner Dryer Sheets

have been approved for use in aft GEDryers when

used in accordance with the manufacturer's

instructions.

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Do not overload. This wastes energy and causes wrinkling.

Do not dry the following items: fiberglass items,

woolens, rubber-coated #ems, plastics, items with

plastic trim and foam-filled items.

"dJ

Careand Cleaningof the Dryer

The Exterior:_,_ipe

or dust any spills or washing coml)otmds with a dam I) cloth.

Dryer control panel and finishes may be damaged by some latmch) i)retreatment soil and stain relnoxer i)roducts.

Al)pl } these i)roducts awa)from the

(h'_ er. The thbric mm then be washed and dried normally.

Dama<,e to your (h'_er caused l)_ these

I)roducts is not co',ered b) )ore" warranty.

The Lint filter: Clean the lint filter before each use. Moisten )ore" fingers and reach into the filter opening.

Rim _our fingers across the filter

Have a qualified technician _,actltli// the lint froi// the drver once a _ear.

Stainless

Steek

To clean stainless steel surfaces, use a damp cloth with a mild, non-abrasive cleaner stfitable fl)r stainless steel sm'iaces.

Remove the cleaner residue, and then dry with a clean cloth.

The Exhaust Duct:

]nsl)ect

and clean the exhaust ducting at least once a year to prevent clogging.

A partially clogged exhaust can lengthen the drying time.

Follow these steps:

[_ Tm'n ott electrical supply b> disconnecting the )lu<, fi'om the wall socket.

_ Disconnect the duct from the dryer.

_] Vactmm the duct with the hose attachment and reconnect the duct.

The Exhaust Hood:

Check fl'om the outside that the flaps of the hood move ti'eely when oI)e_v_ting.

Make sm'e that there is not wildlife (birds, insects, etc.) nesting inside the duct or hood.

FabricCareLabels

Below are fabric care label "symbols" that aftect the clothing you will be laundering.

WASH LABELS

wash

cycle NorFal

__

Perm anent PressJ wrinkle resi_tant

__

Gentlem

delicate all was h

D° n°twash I)e not wfil]g

DRY LABELS

dry

"mblerq

Dry Normal PermanentPre,s/ _4]tl_/ Donottumbledrv

Donotd_v

_u_edw_th

Water

temperature

• • •

Hot

(50°C/120<'F)

• •

W ....

(40<'C/105°F)

Cold/cool

(30<'C/85<'F)

,+ea,

® ®O

setting

Hioh M_dmm Low Nohe_air

Special instructions

D une dr_ han_t_dr¥

0ri_>dr_ Dryflat

Pq

In th_ ,had_

BLEACH LABELS

Bleach symbols

A

[wh eli needed) [when

A neededl

Nea¢_ 0o not I_lea_

9

10

About ventingthe dryer.

For the best dxTing perforn_ance the dryer needs to be properly vented.

The dryer

will use more energy and run longer if it is not vented to the below specifications.

Carefully follow the details on Exhausting in the Installation Instructions.

• Use only rigid metal 4" (liameter ductwork inside the dryer cabinet.

Use only rigid metal or flexible metal 4" diameter ductwork tot exhausting to the outside.

ductwork.

• Do not use plastic or other combustible

• Use the shortest length possible.

• Do not crush or collapse.

• Avoid resting the duct on sharp objects.

Venting must conform to local building codes.

Correct

Venting

"I

(

Incorrect

Venting

Before you call for service...

Troubleshooting Tips

Save time and money! Review the charts on the following pages, or visit GEAppliances.com.

You may not need to carl for service.

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Problem

Dryer doesn't start

Dryer doesn't heat

Oryershakes or makes noise

Greasy spots on clothes

Linton clothes

Static occurs

Inconsistent

drying times

Possible

Dryer

Overloading

Over&cying

Causes

is unplugged

Fuse is blown/circuit is tripped

Fuse is blo_m/drcult breaker is tripped, the dryer may tumble but not heat

Gas service is off

Some shaking/noise

Dryer may be sitting

Drying dirty items with deml ones

Clothes were not

completely cleml

Lint Fdter is full

Improper sorting

Static electricity

No fabric softener breaker is normal.

m_evenly

Improper use of fabric softener cml attract

Paper, tissue, etc., left in pockets was used lint

Synthetics,

permmlent press

and blends

can cause

static

Type of heat

What To Do

*

Make sure tile (hTer plug is pushed coml)letely into tile outlet.

* Check tile house fuse/circuit breaker box and replace filse or reset breaker:

NOTE:Most

electric drve_ use two filses/breakeI_.

* Check tile house fllse/circuit breaker box and replace both fllses or reset both breake_.

Y_mr dryer may tmnble if only one fllse is blown or one breaker is tripped.

* Make sure gas shutoff' at (hTer and main shutoff are fldly open.

*

Move dryer to an even floor space, or a(!iust leveling legs as necessar_ tmtil exen.

• Follow directions on lid)tic softener package.

*

Use w,ur dryer to dry only clean itelns.

Dirty itelns can stain clean itelus anti tile 'drveI:

* Sometimes stains which cannot be seen when the clothes are wet appear'alter drying.

Use proper washing i)rocedures before dr}ing.

*

Clean lint screen before each load.

• Soxx lint producexs (like chenille) fl'om lint collectms

(like corduroy).

• See suggestions in this section under

STATIC.

'* Separate large loads into smaller ones.

* Empty all pockets betin'e laundering clothes.

• T_' a lid)tic sottener.

gotmce@ Fabric Conditioner Dryer Sheets have been approved fin" use in all GE Dryers when used in accordance with tile manttfi_cttu'er's instructions.

T_ a lid)tic softener.

• A(!just setting to LESSDRYor DAMPDRY.

• Try a tabric softener.

• Automatic d_ying times will \m'y according to tile _'pe of heat used (electric, natural or I,P gas), size of load, types ot lid)tics, wetness of clothes and condition ot exhaust ducts.

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Before you call for service...

Problem

Clothes take too long to dry

Clothes are wrinkled

Clothesshrink

Possible Causes

Improper sorting

Large loads of heavy fabrics

(like beach towels)

Controls hnproperly

Lint filter is full set

hnproper or obslructed ducthlg

Blown fuses

or tripped circuit breaker

OverloadJng/combhlh_g

loads

Underloadh_g

Overdryh_g

Letting

items sit in dryer after cycle ends

Overloadh:lg

Some fabrics will naturally shrink when safely washed.

washed, in the dryer

Others cma be but will shrink

What To Do

* Separate a well-sorted heavv items ti'om lightweight washer load is a well-sorted items (generally, d_Ter load),

• I,arge, heavv rid)tics contain more moisture and take hmger to (hy: Separate large, heavy lid)tics into smaller loads to speed (hying time.

• Match control settings

• Clean lint filter before to the load you are

(hTing.

every load.

• Check installation ducting/venting.

Make sm'e ducting tmobstructed.

instructions is clean, fl'ee fin" proper of kinks and

• Check to see if outside wall damper operates easily.

• Check the Installation Insmmtions to make sure the

(h3'er venting is correct.

• Replace fllses or reset circuit breakex_.

use 2 fllses/breake_, make sm'e both

Since are most operating.

(h_'ex_

• Do not put more than one washer load in the drxer at a time.

• If you are dr)ing only one or two items, add a tew items to ensm'e proper rambling.

• Select a shorter drying time.

• Remove moistm'e.

items while they still hold a slight am(rant

Select a

LESSORYor DAMP

DRY setting.

• Remme immediately.

items when cycle ends and fold or hang

• Separate large loads into smaller ones.

ot

• To axoid shrinkage, fi)llow gam_ent

• Some items may be pressed back into care labels shape exactly.

aDer (hTing.

• If you item, are concerned do not machine about wash shrinkage or ramble in a particular dry it.

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Dear Customer:

Thank you for purchasing our product and thank you for placing your confidence

_A/e are proud to ha'_e you as a customer!

in us.

Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment:

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AJler mailing registration the below, store this dOCtllt/ellt in a sa/{' place.

It comains intbrmation you will need should you require service.

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* Please provide your e-mail address to receive, via e-mail, discounts, special ottk,p, and other important communications froln GE Appliances (GEA).

Check here if you do not want to receixe communications ti-om GEA's caretidly selected partners.

EklLI JRE TO COMPIA_TE AND RE'F[ RN TIIIS (2:\RD DOES NOT DIMINISII Y()[ R

_A(XRRAN'IY RIGIITS.

For more intormation al)out (;EA's privacy and data usage policy, go to x_a_v.(;l_2Al)pliances.com

and click on 'Priva_3 Policy" or call 800.626.2224.

GEDryer Warranty.

All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers,

or an authorized Customer Care® technician. Toschedule service,

on-line, 24 hours a day, vis# us at GEAppliances.com, or call

800.GE.CARES(800.432.2737).

Staple your receipt here.

Proof of the original purchase date is needed to obtain service under the warrant_

For The Period Of."

One }'ear

From the date of the originalpurchase

We Will Replace:

Anypart

ot the dryer which fifils due to a defect in materials

full one-year warranty,

GE will also provkle,

free of charge,

or workmanship, all labor and related replace the defective part,

During this service costs to

What Is Not Covered:

• Service

trips

to your home the

product.

to teach

• hnproper delivery h_stadlation or maintenance.

(including you improper

how

to use venting),

Failure

of the product other

than

the intended if it is abused, purpose misused, or used or used commercially.

for

• Replacement of the light bulb.

Products

working which axe not defective as described in the Owner's

or broken,

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or which are

• Replacement breakers.

of house

fuses

or resetth_g

• Dmnage to the

product caused

by accident,

acts of God.

of circuit fire, floods or

• IncidentaJ

or consequential defects

with

this appliance.

Defects

or damage

temperatures.

dmnage

due to operation caused by possible

in freezing

Dmnage caused after delivery.

This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA. In Alaska, the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home.

Some states do not allow 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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GEAppliances.com

Have a question or need assistance with your appliance?

Try the GE Appliances X.Vebsite 24 hom_ a day, any day of the year'. For greater convenience and faster service, you can now download Owner's Manuals, order parts, catalogs, or even schedule service ondine.

You

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"Ask Oily Wean/of EN)erts .....

your questions, and so much more...

ScheduleService

GEAppliances.com

Expert GE repair se_Mce is onlx one step away from xour doo_: Get on-line and schedule your service at

_our comenience business hou_.

24 hotu_ any (la_ of the year! Or call 800.GE.(:ARES

(800.432.2737)

during nom_al

RealLife DesignStudio

GEAppliances.com

GE SUl_ports the Uni\'e_al Design concept--l_roducts, services and environments that can be used by people of all ages, sizes and capabilities.

We recognize the need to design fin" a wide range of physical and mental abilities and impaimmnts.

For details of GE's Universal Design applications, including kitchen design ideas for people with disabilities, check out our Website today.

For the headng impaired, please call

800.TDD.GEAC

(800.833.4322).

Extended Warranties

GEAppliances.com

Purchase a (;E extended warrant_ and learn about special discounts that are axailable while your warranty is still in effect. You can purchase it on-line an) time, or call 800.626.2224

dtwing nom_al business hou_.

GE Consumer Home Serxices will still be there after your warran_ expires.

PartsandAccessories

GEAppliances.com

Indi\'iduals qualified to service their own appliances can have parts or accessories sent directly to their homes (VISA, Master(:ard and Discover cards are accepted).

Order on-line today, 24 hom_ evei'v day or by phone at 800.626.2002

during nom_al business hou_.

Instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to be performed by any user. Other servicing generally should be referred to qualified service personnel. Caution must be exercised, since improper servicing may cause unsafe operation.

ContactUs

GEAppliances.com

If you are not satisfied with the service you receive tl"om GE, contact us on our _.Vebsite with all the details including your phone numbe_; or write to: General Manage_; Customer Relations

GE Appliances, Appliance Park

I,ouisville, KY 40225

RegisterYourAppliance

GEAppliances.com

Register your new appfim_ce on-lhle--at your convenience!

Timel_ product registration will allow _or enhanced communication and prompt service under the terms of_our warranty should the need arise.

You

may also mail in the pre-printed registration card included in the I)ackin°_ material.

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What should be done if you detect a gas smell?
Do not ignite any source of fire or turn on any electrical appliances. Leave the space and call the gas supplier or fire department.
How should I care for the dryer?
Clean the lint filter before each load, keep the area around the dryer free of combustible materials, and do not wash or dry items containing flammable substances.
What should I do if my dryer is not tumbling?
This information is not provided in the given context.
Can I put shoes in the dryer?
No, you should not put shoes or other items containing rubber, plastic, foam, or similar materials in the dryer.
What is the recommended way to clean the dryer drum?
This information is not provided in the given context.
How often should I clean the lint filter?
You should clean the lint filter before each load.
What should I do if my dryer is making a loud noise?
This information is not provided in the given context.

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