You will find information
you need to make
correct cycle, time, and temperature
in this section.
Pages 7 and 8: Use these pages to find
about the drying cycles
on your model.
Page 9: Use the information
on this page to
guide you when making drying selections.
Your dryer has a Cycle Control Knob and a
1. Select a cycle by turning the Cycle Control
Knob either way to the desired time.
2. Stop when the indicator on the knob's outer
ring points to the cycle and time you want.
3. Set the Temperature
Selector to the desired
Changing a selection:
1. Turn the Cycle Control Knob to a new setting.
2. Move the Temperature
Selector to the new
3. Push the Start Button, if necessary.
(on some models)
Use this cycle to dry damp items that do not
require an entire drying cycle, or to dry items to
damp level. Two examples
are heavy cottons,
such as jeans, which you do not want to
become stiff, or cotton clothes which are easier
to press when damp.
Set the Cycle Control Knob on DAMP DRY.
2. Set the Temperature
Selector to a high setting.
3. Push the Start Button.
The last few minutes of this cycle are without
heat to help make the load easier to handle.