END OF CYCLE
Read your dryer Owner's Guide. It has important
safety and warranty information.
It also has many
suggestions for best drying results.
To reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, or injury to persons, read the IMPORTANT
SAFETYINSTRUCTIONSin your dryer owner's guide
before operating this appliance.
Read Drying Procedures in your Owner's Guide.
It explains these operating steps in detail.
1. Prepare items for drying.
2. Check that lint screen is clean and in place.
3, Load the dryer. If desired, add a dryer fabric
4. Close the dryer door.
Set Dry Temperature
SAVER if desired.
Turn cycle selector
Start dryer. Pushthe Start button and hold for 1-
2 seconds, or turn the Turn to Start control
clockwise to ON. Hold for 1-2 seconds and release.
8. A signal will sound toward
the end of the
the End of Cycle
Signal is ON.
9. Remove items immediately
and hang orfold.
10. Clean lint screen after every load.
To avoid fire hazard, do not use heat
to dry items containing feathers or down, foam rubber,
plastics, or similarly textured, rubber-like materials.
Use Air Fluff-No Heat setting only.
The REGULAR-HIGH HEA T, PERM PRESS-MEDIUM
HEA T,and KNITS/DELICATES-LOW HEA Ttemperature
settings may be used with any cycle setting. The AIR
FLUFF-NO HEATsetting can be used only in the Timed
AIRFLUFF=NO HEATsetting tumbles the load without
heat. Use Air Fluff to freshen clothing, pillows or
blankets, or to dust draperies.
Turn cycle selector clockwise to desired cycle and
Each cycle ends with a cool down period. The heat
automatically turns off and the load continues to turn ble
during the cool down period. This reduceswrinkling and
makes items easier to handle during unloading.
Drying time varies depending on size and dampness of
load, weight and fabric type. Room temperature and
humidity, type of installation and electrical voltage or
gas pressure can also affect drying time.
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