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   Summary of Contents for RCA BLLR113ET

  • Page 1

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    Welcome to the RU family. We’re Wstof all, you’ll experience these values each time you do proud of our quality producw and the laundq. That’s important, we believe in dependable sefice. You’ll see it in this easy-teuse because your new d~ertill be part ofyour family for a long time.

  • Page 3

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    Read allsafe~ information before using .: .:;.,..: :, . . ., . .: : ’: +;..: , .:::::.,..: . . : . : ..: .

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    Exhaust DuctSee Installation Instructions. Use only rigid metal have been cleaned in, washed or flexible metal 4“ diameter in, soaked in, or spotted witi ductwork inside the d~er cabinet combustible or explosive or for exhausting to the outside. substances (such as wax, paint, USE OF PMSTfC OR OTHER oil, gasoline, degreasers, dry- cleaning solvents, kerosene, etc.)

  • Page 6

    Read all safep information before using Clean tie lint filter before Close supemision is necessa~ each load to prevent lint if this appliance is used by or accumulation inside the near children. Do not allow dryer or in the room. DO children to play inside, on, NOT OPEWTE THE DR~R or with this appliance or any...

  • Page 7

    Do not tamper with the controls. You may wish to soften your laundered fabrics or reduce the static electricity in them if it is damaged, malfunctioning, by using dryer-applied fabric partially disassembled, or softeners or an antistatic has missing or broken parti, conditioner.

  • Page 8

    on your Clean the Lint Filter Set Qcle Knob Clean the lint fikreach time you use the drye~ For most loads set at the black circle.. Set towards the arrow for heatier md wetter fabrics. Set towards ~ ~for lighter fabrics. Do not operate tha d~er withoti the lint fibr in place.

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  • Page 10

    Mend any holes or weak seams where feather or filling could escape. D~ only one pillow at a time. Stop dryer occasionally and shake pillow, redistributing filling for even drying. Check pillow at the end of drying time. If it is not completely dry, reset d~er for more drying time.

  • Page 11

    Loading — As a general rule, if clothes are sorted properly for the -her, they are sorted properly for the dryer. Sort by color (Separate colorfast from lint collectom chenille . tint coll corduroy Heavy Items Cottons and linens Permanent press cottons and blends and poly kits Avoid drying ve~ small loads.

  • Page 12

    Care U Ckaning colored fabrics which lose color or abrasive, such as Soft Scrub bleed in the washer may cause di~ Rinse thoroughly. Then tumble coloration of the dryer drum. We dry several wet rags or old towels for 20 to 30 minutes before using recommend that the dryer drum be cleaned tith a cloth using a the dqer normally.

  • Page 13

    Inspect and clean the dryer To clean the exhaust duct follow exhaust ducting at least once these steps: a year to prevent clogging. A partially clogged exhaust can disconnecting the plug from lengthen the d@ng time. the wall socket. 2 Disconnect exhaust d t from the dryer.

  • Page 14

    Possible Causes Problem completely into the oudet. box and replace fuse or reset breaker. and replace fuse or reset breaker. tumble but not heat shutoff are fully open. Move d~er to an even floor space, or adjust Some as necess~ until even. items can stain clean items and the dyer.

  • Page 15

    Problem Possible Causes No fabric aof~erw d (generally, a well-sorted washer load is a -e, heavy loads contain more moisture and take longer to d~. Separate large, heavy items into smaller loads to speed d~ng time. . Match control settings to the load falter ia f~ Make sure ducting is clean, free of kinks and unobstructed.

  • Page 16

    Problem Possible Causes What to Do Select a shorter drying time. Remove items while they still hold a slight amount of moisture. Remove items when cycle ends and fold or hang immediately. shrinkage, follow garment care Some fabrimti - t i r e ~ &...

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    Venting theDqw For the best drying performance the dryer needs to be properly vented. Camtillytillow tie detiils on bhausting in tie Instillation Use only rigid metal or fletible not crush or collapse. inside the dryer cabinet or for Avoid resting the duct on sharp objects.

  • Page 18

    know your appliance inside and will provide expert repair semice, m-GE-CARES scheduled at a time that’s conve- out—so most repairs can be han- died in just one visit. Service companyoperated loca- tions offer you setice today or tomorrow, or at your convenience Consumers tith impaired hearing or speech who have access to a TDD or a conventional...

  • Page 19

    Individuals qualfled to sefice their own appliances can have parts or accessories sent directiy to their home. me GE parts system provides access to over 47,000 are accepted. We’re proud of our setice and not resolved, write: want you to be pleased. Hfor some reason you are not happy witi the service you receive, here are three Action Program...

  • Page 20

    FOR SERVICE We at RCA strive to provide the highest quality products and sefice. Therefore we have designated GE CONSUMER SERVICE, a leader in the service indu~ try, to fulfill your service needs.

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