• Close zippers,
snaps, and hooks to
other items. Remove
trim that can be damaged
by drying. Tie strings and sashes so
they will not tangle.
• Check garments
for spots and stains
left after washing.
Do not tumble these
items. Heat may permanently
• Check pockets before drying. Sharp or
metal objects can damage your dryer.
Do not lay these objects on your dryer,
they can damage
the finish. Turn
pockets of heavy garments inside out
for even drying.
• Place small items such as baby socks
or hankies in laundry bag for easier
• Articles to be ironed should be
removed while still damp.
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Dryer fab:ic softeners
for reducing static cling. Always follow
° Put one fabric softener
sheet on top
of the load before starting the dryer.
Do not add a fabric softener sheet after
the dq/ing cycle has started. Instant
heat carl cause the fabric softener to
• Remove fabric softener stains by wet-
ting the stains and rubbing them with
liquid detergent or ba.r soap and rewash.
• Some fabric softeners
can clog the lint
screen and slow drying. Use fabric soft-
eners labeled as dryer safe.
• Use the AUTO DRY Cycle to dry
• Dry full loads only. Do not overdry.
• Avoid overloading
dryer, adding wet
items to a partly dried load, or opening
the doo" unnecessarily.
drying times by exhausting
dryer properly and cleaning
vent and outside exhaust hood as
• Keep the lint screen clean.
• Use dryer where room air
is above 45°R
• Sort loads by fabric weight and type.