Dryer must be level to reduce noise
and assure proper performance.
Slide dryer onto cardboard or
hardboard before moving across floor
to prevent floor damage.
Move dryer close to its permanent
location. Leave enough room to
connect exhaust vent.
Remove cardboard or hardboard from
Check levelness of dryer by
placing a level on top of dryer, first
side to side, then front to back.
If dryer is not level, adjust dryer legs
up or down.
If legs are not long enough to level
dryer, order Extended Dryer Feet Kit,
Part No. 2798I0 (sold two legs per kit),
from your dealer.
(see rating plate in door opening for
full model details)
220-240V ~ 50 Hz, 1ph
Clothes capacity: 9.1 kg max.
10.2 cm (4")
Connect vent to dryer outlet using
100 mm (4") clamp. If connecting to
existing vent, make sure the vent is
clean. The vent must fit over the dryer
outlet and inside the exhaust hood.
Move dryer into final position. Do
not crush or kink exhaust vent. Make
sure dryer is level.
Moving dryer to a new location?
Check with a licensed electrician to confirm that supply voltage at new home
matches voltage specified on the model/serial rating plate.
Shut off electrical
supply to dryer.
supply cable from
Slide dryer onto cardboard or hardboard
before moving it across the floor to
prevent damaging floor covering.
Check that you:
did not skip any steps.
installed all parts.
10.2 cm (4")
properly installed dryer legs.
have secured all exhaust vent joints
with 100 mm (4") clamps.
have all the tools you started with.
Read the Use and Care Guide to
fully understand your new dryer.
Connect electricity power supply.
Select a full heat cycle (not the air
cycle) and start dryer. After five
minutes, open dryer door.
You should feel heat inside dryer or on
the exhaust vent.
If dryer makes an unusual noise,
check that dryer is level.
Tape door to
legs all the