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Cycle Guide - Kenmore 110.60372710 Use & Care Manual

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SENSING CYCLES:
Senses moisture in the load and shuts off when the load reaches the selected dryness level. The dry temperature
shown is the default temperature. This setting can be modified on some cycles but is not retained for future drying with this cycle. The
dryness level shown is the default dryness setting. This setting can be changed on some cycles and will be retained for future drying with
this cycle. Available options in bold are default settings for that cycle.
To get the most energy savings and enhanced fabric care from your dryer, use the Sensing Cycles. These cycles measure the drying
air temperature and moisture levels to turn the dryer off once the load reaches the selected dryness level. For electric models, dryer
performance and results may vary with service voltage less than 240.
Items to Dry:
Cycle:
Towels and
Sanitize*
bedding
Jackets,
Bulky/
comforters, pillows
Bedding
Heavyweight items
Heavy
such as towels
Duty
and jeans
Corduroys, work
Normal
clothes
No-iron fabrics,
Casual
cottons, perm
press, linens,
synthetics
Lingerie, blouses,
Delicates
washable knit
fabrics
* Extended high-heat drying cycle intended to help sanitize items such as sheets and towels. This cycle is not recommended for all fabrics. For best results, this cycle should
be run to completion to ensure sanitization; do not interrupt cycle.
† If loads do not seem as dry as you would like or are drier than you would like, select More Dry or Less Dry next time you dry
a similar load.
TIMED CYCLES:
Will run the dryer for the specified time on the control. Settings shown and options in bold are default settings
for that cycle.
Items to Dry:
Cycle:
Any load
Timed Dry
Any load
Touch Up
Small loads and
Express
sportswear (2 to
3 items)
NOTE: Government energy certifications for this model were based on the Timed Dry cycle with the Maximum temperature setting.
The as-shipped defaults of Normal cycle, Dry Temp setting of 4 out of 5 dots, Dry Level setting of 4 out of 5 dots and Wrinkle Guard
were not used.
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CYCLE GUIDE–SENSING CYCLES
Dry Temp:
Dry Level:
CYCLE GUIDE–TIMED CYCLES
Default
Available
Time:
Options:
40
Wrinkle Guard™
Cycle Signal
20
Wrinkle Guard™
Cycle Signal
15
Wrinkle Guard™
Cycle Signal
Available
Options:
Wrinkle Guard™
Extended high-heat drying cycle
Cycle Signal
intended to help sanitize items such
as bedding and towels. This cycle is not
recommended for all fabrics. For best
results, run cycle to completion; do
not interrupt.
Damp Dry Signal
Use for drying large, bulky items; do not
overfill dryer drum.
Wrinkle Guard™
Cycle Signal
Damp Dry Signal
Use for drying large or heavy items.
Wrinkle Guard™
Cycle Signal
Damp Dry Signal
Medium to large loads of mixed fabrics
and items.
Wrinkle Guard™
Cycle Signal
Damp Dry Signal
For normal light- to medium-weight
Wrinkle Guard™
fabrics. Drying time varies based on
fabric type, load size, and dryness
Cycle Signal
setting.
Damp Dry Signal
For gently drying delicate items.
Wrinkle Guard™
Cycle Signal
Select a drying temperature based on the fabrics in your
load. If you are unsure of the temperature to select for a
load, select the lower setting rather than the higher setting.
Use this cycle to quickly refresh an item or remove light
wrinkles. The load is cooled slowly to reduce wrinkling and
make it easier to handle.
For small loads of two to three items.
Cycle Details:
Cycle Details:

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