To reduce the risk of fire, electrical
injury to persons
when using your dryer, follow
n Read all instructions
You are responsible
sure that your dryer is installed,
@NEVER dry items cleaned, washed,
repaired and has parts replaced by a
soaked in or spotted with wax, paint,
gasoline or flammable fluids in the
Use only fabric softeners specifically
dryer. The fumes can create a FIRE
labeled as not being harmful to the
HAZARD or EXPLOSION.
hand launder and air dry fabrics
FIRE HAZARD and DAMAGE to
containing these materials.
materials can result from:
. NEVER allow children to operate,
play with or crawl inside the dryer.
rubber, rubber-like and heat
sensitive materials with heat.
of children is
necessary when the dryer is used
lint build-up inside the
dryer or exhaust system. Cleaning
should be done periodically
DO NOT reach into a dryer if the
drum is moving.
Clean lint screen before or after
. When discarding an old dryer,
remove the door to
prevent accidental entrapment.
DO NOT let dust, lint, paper, rags,
DO NOT install or store dryer where
chemicals, etc. pile up around or
it will be exposed to the weather.
under the dryer.
DO NOT tamper with the controls.
Dryer must be electrically
See the Installation Instructions.
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Additional safety instructions and your responsibilities
NEVER operate the dryer if:
- it is not working right (i.e. noisy, too
- it is damaged.
are missing (i.e. door latch).
-all panels are not in place.
-the lint screen is loose, damaged or
ALWAYS shut off the gas valve
before leaving on vacation if you have
a gas dryer.
unplug the power supply
cord or turn off electrical power
before attempting to service the
dryer. Shut off GAS VALVE if you
have a gas dryer.
DO NOT wash or dry items that are
soiled with vegetable
or cooking oil.
These items may contain some oil
Due to the remaining
oil, the fabric may smoke or catch fire
You are responsible
sure that your dryer:
-is properly maintained.
-is properly installed and leveled on a
floor that can support the weight in a
well ventilated room.*
-is located in an area where the
is above 45°F (7°C).
- is connected to the proper outlet and
- is properly connected to fuel and
- is used only for jobs normally
expected of home clothes dryers.
- is not used by anyone unable to
operate it properly.
*See the Installation Instructions for