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Care And Storage - Kenmore LAUNDRY CENTER 95701 Use And Care Manual

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CLEANING
WASHER
INSIDE TUB
• Remove clothes from washer as soon
as cycle is completed
to prevent
development of mildew.
• Often, when heavily soiled clothes
have been washed, a deposit of sand
or dirt may appear around tub after
completion
of cycle. This may be
easily removed
by using a liquid
cleanser and rinsing thoroughly with
wa_r.
OUTSIDE
CABINET
• Never use harsh, gritty or abrasive
cleaners on _ny surface of the Laundry
Center.
• At end of each laundry clay, push
Cycle Selector in, wipe top and both
sides of washer lid and drye r door
with a damp cloth. Turn off hot and
cold water to reduce pressure on water
hoses.
• Occasionally clean entire cabinet with
adamp cloth. Stains on lid, top ortub
can be removed with a diluted solution
of chlorine bleach (1/2 cup to 1 quart
water). Rinse well with clear water.
• Spray cans of color-matched enamel
are available from your SEARS Store
or Service Centerto touch up scratches
on painted cabinet.
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Care and Storage
CLEANING
DRYER
LINT FILTER
BEFORE OR AFTER
DRYING EACH LOAD
Remove and clean lintfilter located at
the bottom of the door opening. Failure
to do so will result in longer drying
times.
[_XWARNINGJ
Lint filter must bein
place when dryer is operating.
Dryer door will not close if lint filter
is not properly inserted.
Dryer Drum
[_WARNING] Disconnect electrical
supply cord before doing any of the
following
cleaning
or servicing
procedures on the Laundry Center.
Failure
to disconnect
can cause
electrical shock or serious personal
injury.
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[4dt,Wb£1NIHGIDo not use any type of
spray cleanser when cleaning dryer
interior. Poisonous fumes or electrical
shock can occur.
• If drum is stained from noncolorfast
fabrics, clean with a damp cloth and
mild liquid household cleanser. Wipe
away the cleanser residue
before
drying the next load of clothes.
EXHAU ST SYSTEM
AND INTERIOR-
"=
Thein " o,o:rthe er
cabinet _mdexhaust duct can gather lint
and dust over time, delx:nding on the
type of artieles dried and am6unt of use.
An excessive amount of lint build-up
could result in inefficient &ying and
possible f'u_€ hazard. These areas should
be cle._a_5 approximately every 18
months by qualified service personnel.
TO STORE LAUNDRY
CEN'Fi=R IN THE COLD:
The unit c_mnotbe operated in freezing
temperatures. Before storing a_ppliance,
remove water from all parts of washer.
1. Turn
off water
supply
faucets.
Disconnect hoses from faucets and
drain.
2. Add
1 gallon
of non-toxic
RV
antifreeze (available from hardware
or recreational
vehicle
store) to
washer tub.
3. Push ia Cycle Selector knob, turn
knob to the right to SPIN only and
pull out knob.
4. Let washer spin for 1 or 2 minutes to
let _t[1 water drain out. Some, but not_
all, of the RV antifreeze
will be
exlx:lh',cL
5. Push in Cycle Selector knob, dry tub
interior, disconnect
electrical plug
and close lid.
Store _ppliance in an upright position.
To remove antifreeze after storage, run
washer through a complete cycle using
1/2 cup detergent. Do not add clothes
load.

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