Clothes take too long
Drying time is not
Greasy or dirty spots
are left on clothes.
House fuse is blown, circuit
breaker has tripped, or power
outage has occurred.
Appliance is overloaded.
Appliance is underloaded.
Heat settings, load size, or
dampness of clothing is not
Fabric softener is used
Clean and dirty clothes are
being dried together.
Clothes were not properly
cleaned or rinsed before
being placed in the appliance.
• Reset circuit breaker or replace fuse.
Do not increase fuse capacity. If the
problem is a circuit overload, have it
corrected by a qualified electrician.
• Divide extra large loads into smaller
loads for better drying performance
• If you are drying a very small load,
add a few extra items to ensure proper
tumbling action. If the load is very
small and you are using Sensor Dry
programmes, the electronic control
cannot properly sense the dryness of
the load and may shut off too soon.
Use Timed Drying programmes or add
some extra wet clothes to the load.
• The drying time for a load will vary
depending on the type of heat used
(electric), the size of the load, the type
of fabrics, the wetness of the clothes,
and lint filter. Even an unbalanced
load in the appliance can cause poor
spinning, resulting in wetter clothes
which will take longer to dry.
• When washing laundry that is to
be dried in the appliance, use the
correct amount of fabric softener as
recommended by the manufacturer of
the fabric softener.
• Use the appliance to dry only clean
items. Soil from dirty clothes can
transfer to the clean clothes in the
same or later loads.
• Stains on dried clothes could be
stains that were not removed during
the washing process. Make sure
that clothes are being completely
cleaned or rinsed according to the
instructions for your washing machine
and detergent. Some difficult soils may
require pre-treating prior to washing.