RCA WRW2505K Use And Care Manual page 10

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Speial
recommendations
for
YVasbing ~ rmane~lt
press
if you
do
not
h ave
a
d~$?r.
If youare machine-washing
PermanentPressclothesthatyou
planto linedry or drip-dry,use
extracare to minimizewrinkling
in the washprocess:
~Becarefulnotto overload
washer.PermanentPress clothes
musthaveampleroomto move
freely.A MediumsizePermanent
Press load is the largestthat should
be washed.
@ Use more waterthanyouwould
for a regularload. Use a Medium
WaterLevelfor a SmallLoad;a
HighWaterLevelfor a Medium
Load.
@ Removeclothespromptlyas
soonas washerstopsandhang
immediately.
e Tominimizewrinkling,use
Gentle/Slow Wash/SpinSpeed.
@ Loadclothesdry.
@ Takea properlysortedgroupof
clothesand drop themlooselyin
the washbasketin this order:
o
LargeItems—1ike s heets.Do not
wraparoundthe agitator.
e
SmallItems—like washcloths.
@
MediumSizeItems—1ike t owels.
Here is a typicalfull load:
3 DoubleSheets
4 LongSleeveShirts
3 BoxerShorts
6 StandardPillowCases
5 T-shirts
2 Pair Trousers
3 Hancikerchiefs
This illustration,withclothesjust
reachingthe FilterRing,showsa
properload. Clotheshaveample
roomto movebecausetheyare not
packeddown,nor wrappedaround
the agitator.Clothesare loadeddry
sinceweti~ms areaptto packdown
whichencourages o verloading. This
sizeloadrequiresa fill waterfill.
Whatis the best sizeloadof
clothes—large, m edium,or
small?Savetime, ener~ and
detergentby avoiding extrause of
the washer.Tryto washa fill load
of clothes.If youcan it is betterto
saveclothesuntilyouhavea full
load. If youmustwashsmaller
loads,savewater,energyand
detergentby adjustingthe water
levelfor the sizeofthe load. See
page4.
To
additemsafierthe washerhas
stitied.
@
Turnoffthe washer.
e Addany additionalarticlesby
submergingnextto the agitator.
~Restartthe washer.
N~E: Whenwashingstockings,
pantyhoseand othereasilytangled
items,alwayshandleseparately. T o
minimizetangling,we recommend
the use of a netlaundrybag.

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