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Drying Tips - Kenmore 93901 Series Use And Care Manual

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Drying Tips
NOTE: This dryer will frequently reverse the direction of the drum to reduce tangling and wrinklir_g of P.ems. A pause occurs
wlhen the drum reverses direction. The "clicking noise" you may hear is the NORMAL sound of the:motor changing direction.
CONSULT CARE LABELS BEFORE DRYING ARTICLES
DRY PRACTICALLY
ANY FABRIC
Generally fabrics that can be washed in
the Kenmore Electronic Laundry Center
can be dried in the Kenmore Electronic
Laundry Center.
Washables not recommended for dryer:
loosely woven or hand-knitted woolens
and some rayons and silks. (Check care
label. Also see _warnings below.)
Be sure plastic buttons and buckles are
heat-proof.
When using delicate and permanent
press fabrics, check for dryness after
minimum time suggested.
If various types of fabrics are mixed in
drying load, set controls for lighter
weight fabrics and remove when dry.
Reset temperature forremai ning fabrics.
GENERAL
SUGGESTIONS
FOR GOOD RESULTS
An average size washer load is usually
a dryer load. Items that are washed
together can generally be dried together.
Consult care label before drying.
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I_'CAUTION] Remove all items from
garments and fabrics to be dried, such as
facial tissues, matches, crayons, nails,
safety pin s or any metalic or hard objects
which
might
damage
clothes
or
appliance.
• Close zippers, empty pockets, fasten
hooks and eyes to prevent snagging.
• Put socks and other small items in
mesh bag for easier removal.
• Items to be ironed should be removed
while slightly damp.
• Put damp dry items together in one
load.
• If drying sheeritems, start with acold
drum.
• If drying only a few items, add a bath
towel or two to maintain
proper
tumbling action.
• If desired, add a dryer fabric softener
sheet.
• Remove and fold or hang clothes
quickly to prevent wrinkling.
Do not overload
dryer
Clothes must have room to tumble and
billow.
Feather or Foam Pillow
I
Avoid over-drying
• Clothes
(except
permanent
press)
should be remc,ved while they feel
slightly damp. If they are absolutely
dry to touch, they are too dry; over-
drying
increa,;es
wrinkling
and
shrinkage, and wastes heat.
• To test for dryness, take garment out
of dryer and feel it in room temperature
air. Clothes will feel damper in warm,
moist air of dryer drum than they will
in room air.
• When
using
TIMED
cycle,
set
minimum
time shown on Control
Settings Chart (page 8).
AIR ONLY
is excellent
for
fluffing
and dusting
Use AIR ONLY to air bedding, dust
draperiesand slipcovers, fluffdecorative
pillows, and freshen clothes that have
been stored in mothballs or in a "stale"
closet. Also use for safe drying of plastic
and extra-sensitiw; sheer fabi_ics.
• Place items in dryer.
• Touch AIR ONLY and time desired.
• Touch STM;'_T.
Use the dr_,er as a valet
The Kenmom Electronic Laundry Center
is wonderful for steaming out wrinkles
and refreshing corduroy, woolens, and
velveteen
skirts, jackets,
slacks
or
blouses. Follow these directions:
• Place garme:ats in dryer with one or
two slightly dampened bath towels.
• Touch TOUCH UP and time desired.
OR
• Select 30 m:inut:es of TIMED DRY
Perm't Press cycle and let clothes
I
H
it
tumble. Steara fr )m towns wtll_press
clothes.
• After 15-:20 minutes (before dryer
stops tumblin_g), remove garments and
hang on a hanger.
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