This is normal.
Different sounds are
coming from the
Loaded 3 articles of clothing.
Clothing is damp
after a Heavy Duty
Higher room temperature and
humidity can increase drying time.
Nozzle may be partially clogged.
Water spots on
Cycle selection was incorrect.
Clothing was touching the interior
sides or doors.
Formula dripped off hanger bar or
Weight clips fall off
Clothing was not fully inserted into
Formula residue on pads.
Formula collects in
This is normal for some cycles.
the bottom of the
During the misting stage of a cycle, you will hear a spraying sound. During the drying stage
you will hear a low hum coming from the fan. In between stages is a dwell time in which a
pulsing sound from the fan may be heard.
Run the GENTLEDRY™ cycle until clothes are dry. Three articles of clothing reduce
airflow, causing areas on some clothes to be slightly damp at the end of the cycle.
Run the GENTLEDRY™ cycle for a few minutes.
See "Maintenance" section for clearing a clogged nozzle. Clean clothes according to the
care label on the article of clothing.
Clean clothes according to care label on the article of clothing. Choose the RegularCare
setting to match the fabric in your load. See "Cycle Selection" section for information on
running loads with different fabric types.
Clean clothes according to care label on the article of clothing. Be sure Clothes Hangers
are positioned in the notches on the hanger bar. If clothing is large or bulky, reduce the
number of clothes loaded in the clothes vitalizer.
Clean clothes according to the care label on the article of clothing. The spots should come
out with just the recommended cleaning method.
Be sure the clothing is fully inserted into the clip.
If you are going over a seam, make sure the seam lines up with the contoured area in
the middle of the clip's pad.
Rinse with warm water to remove formula residue.
There may be formula left over after the Heavy Duty cycle. Remove the basin cover and
dry the basin with a clean towel.