washing a load of laundry
OVERVIEW OF THE CONTROL PANEL
18_ washing a load of laundry
Select the appropriate cycle for the type of load.
This will determine the tumble pattern and spin speed for the cycle.
To minimize wrinkling of your laundry, select the Perm Press cycle.
Normal - For most fabrics including cottons, linens, and normally soiled garments.
Heavy Duty - For sturdy, colorfast fabrics and heavily soiled garments.
Whites - For white fabrics with or without bleach.
Perm Press - For wash-and-wear, synthetic fabrics, and lightly to normally
Sanitize - For heavily soiled, colorfast garments. This cycle heats the water to
150°F(65.6°C) to eliminate bacteria.
If Pause is selected during the heating portion of the Sanitize cycle, your
washer door will remain locked for your safety.
Bedding - For heavily soiled, colorfast garments, this cycle provides high
washing temperature and is efﬁcient in cleaning stains.
Delicates - For sheer fabrics, bras, lingerie silk, and other handwash-only
fabrics. For best results, use liquid detergent.
Hand Wash - For handwashable, special care garments.
Wool - For machine-washable wool. Loads should be under 8 pounds.
The Wool cycle washes laundry by moving the wash drum horizontally to
maintain the characteristics of the wool ﬁbers and to prevent damaging
the cloth. It then stops for a while to allow the laundry to soak in the
water. This stop operation is not a problem.
It is recommended using a neutral detergent to prevent damage to the
cloth and to improve the washing results.
The Wool cycle of this machine has been approved by
Woolmark for the washing of machine washable Woolmark
products provided that the products are washed according
to the instructions on the garment label and those issued by
the manufacturer of this washer, M1002(Woolmark approval
Quick Wash - For lightly soiled garments needed quickly.
Rinse + Spin - Use for loads that need rinsing only or to add rinse-added
fabric softener to a load.
Spin Only - Provides a spin to remove more water.
Displays the remaining cycle time, all cycle information, and error messages.
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