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GE DDE8200G Use And Care Manual

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Dryer
Contents
Appliance
Registration
2
Problem
Solver
10-12
Automatic
Drying
5
Safety
Instructions
3,4
Care
and
Cleaning
13
Sorting
4,8
Consumer
Services
15
Storing
Dryer
13
Controls
Setting
Guide
6,7
Timed
Drying
5
Dryer
Exhaust
13
User
Maintenance
Instructions
13
End-of-Cycle
Signal
5
Warranty
Back
Cover
Energy-Saving
Tips
9
Extra
Care
Cycle
4
Knits
Drying
Tips
5-7, 11
Light
Bulb
Replacement
13
Lint
Filter
4,9,
13
Loading
4,9
Model
and
Serial
Numbers
2
operating
the
Dryer
4,5
GEAnswer CenteF
Perm. Press Drying Tips 5-7, 11, 12
808.626.2800
Models
DDE8200G
DDG8280G
GEAppliances

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  • Page 1 Dryer Contents Appliance Registration Problem Solver 10-12 Automatic Drying Safety Instructions Care Cleaning Sorting Consumer Services Storing Dryer Controls Setting Guide Timed Drying Dryer Exhaust User Maintenance Instructions End-of-Cycle Signal Warranty Back Cover Energy-Saving Tips Extra Care Cycle Knits Drying Tips 5-7, 11 Light...
  • Page 2 If you don't understand something name FIRST, contact the people who or need more help, write (include GE Answer Center_ serviced your appliance. Explain your phone number): servicio de information why you are not pleased. In most...
  • Page 3 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read all instructions before using this appliance. IMPORTANT to prevent large amounts of (such as cleaning cloths, mops, SAFETY NOTICE moisture and lint from being blown towels used in beauty salons, into the room. Carefully follow the restaurants or barber shops, etc.) The California...
  • Page 4 Important Safety Instructions (continued) Dryer-applied fabric manufacturer's care instructions play inside, on or with this softeners or anti-static should be followed very carefully. appliance or any discarded conditioners appliance. Dispose of discarded • Never climb on or stand on the appliances and shipping or packing dryer top or door.
  • Page 5 What is the difference Fabric Care Selections between Timed & Push a button to select the proper heat for your load. Automatic drying? Should be used with cycles indicated • Automatic, Timed Drying Perm Press and Timed Automatic Fabric Care When using the TIMED CYCLES, Cycles Selections...
  • Page 6 Controls Setting Guide for different fabrics and loads Fabric Care/ Load Drying Selection* Cycle Setting Cycle Cottons & Linens Cottons Automatic Regular Cycle See Dryness Selection Guide on page 5. High Heat Timed Cycle Set at REGULAR tor dry; at DAMP- DRY for ironing.
  • Page 7 Special Instructions Do not dry non-colorfast items with whites or light-colored items. Do not overload dryer; clothes should tumble freely. Remove promptly as soon as dwer stops; place clothes on hangers to minimize wrinkling. Do not overload dryer; clothes should tumble freely. Removc promptly as soon as dwer stops, place clothes on hangers to minimize wrinkling.
  • Page 8 How to sort the clothes Normally, if you have sorted clothes correctly for washing, you will also have properly sorted drying loads. Sort by surface texture Sort by fabric Sort by color Separate Separate Separate_ "I_ Lint '_\_ Cottons& /j'] Whites \\_ Linens _ / \_;...
  • Page 9 How to load the clothes Clean the lint filter before Don't overload your dryer• drying every load. Crowded loads don't dry efficiently and clothes may be unnecessarily Clean lint filter (see shaded area) wrinkled• by putting your moistened fingers Loads should look like this: at the corner of filter and wiping in a downward motion all the way across to the other corner.
  • Page 10 Questions? -° UseThis Problem Solver POSSIBLE CAUSE AND REMEDY PROBLEM DRYER WON'T • Dryer unplugged• Make sure power cord is plugged in• START • No power to dryer. Check fuses and circuit breakers to make sure dryer is getting current. Most electric dryers use two. •...
  • Page 11 PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND REMEDY SHRINKAGE, oRelaxation shrinkage can occur in knit fabrics that have been improperly stretched KNITS and elongated by the manufacturer. When this occurs, garment maybe pressed back into shape after each wash and dry cycle. •Progressive or delayed shrinkage is caused when starch or sizing (in some fabrics) is...
  • Page 12 Solver The Problem (continued) PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND REMEDY WRINKLING • Accumulation of lime scale due to use of carbonate detergents• If you must use a PERMANENT PRESS non-phosphate detergent, avoid the use of a high-carbonate detergent• "NO-IRON" • Failure to use fabric softener• Proper use of fabric softener will minimize wrinkling. ITEMS (continued) wrinkles: To remove...
  • Page 13 Care and Cleaning USER MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS How to replace Drum Lamp Good dryer care To store dryer for a short period of time, disconnect power supply and The Drum. Porcelain enamel clean lint filter. drum is rust-resistant and requires Do not store dryer where it will be no special care.
  • Page 14 Notes...
  • Page 15 Wdll Be There With 'the purchase of your new GE appliance, receive assurance that if you ever need information or assistance from GE, we'll be there. All you have to do is cdl--toll-free! GEAnswerCenter" 80&626.2000 Whatever your question about major...
  • Page 16 To know what your legal rights are in your state, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General, Warrantor: General Electric Company If further help is needed concerning this warranty, write: Manager--Consumer Affairs, GE Appliances, Louisville, KY 40225 DDE8200G art No. 113 D5497P155 Pub. No. 49-9655 DDG8280G...

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