Operating Your Dryer
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury to persons, read the IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS in this Use & Care Guide before operating your dryer.
DO NOT operate dryer without lint filter
• Dry items of similar fabric, weight and con-
struction in the same load.
• Separate dark items from light-colored
items. Separate items that shed lint from
those that attract lint.
• Check for stains which may not have been
removed in washing. Repeat stain removal
process and wash again before drying. Dryer
heat may permanently set some stains.
• Place delicate, rubber coated, or small items
in a mesh bag (not included).
• Be sure buckles, buttons and trim are heat-
proof and won't damage the drum finish.
Close zippers; fasten hooks and loop fasten-
ers. Tie strings and sashes to prevent snag-
ging and tangling.
2. Check that
the lint filter
3. Load the
• Load items loosely. The average wet load
will fill the drum 1/3 to 1/2 full. Items need
room to tumble freely for even drying and
• If desired, place a dryer fabric softener sheet
on top of the load at the beginning of the
• When drying large items, dry only two or
three items at a time. Fill out the load with
• For delicate or very small loads, add two or
three similar items to improve tumbling ac-
Clean the lint filter after every load.
DO NOT machine
wash items contain-
ing fiberglass. Small
particles of fiberglass
left in drum may
transfer to fabrics
in other loads and
cause skin irritation
and/or damage to
DO NOT wash water
resistant and water
repellent type cloth-
ing or other materials.
DO NOT operate
dryer without lint filter
DO NOT overload
the dryer. To save en-
ergy, time and avoid
uneven drying and
wrinkling avoid over-
loading the dryer.
DO NOT over-dry.
shrinkage, lint, and
a build up of static