About loading and using the drger.
Alwags follow the fabric manufacturer's care label when laundering.
Sorting and Loading Hints
As a general rule, if clothes are sorted properly for
the washer, they are sorted properly for the dryer.
Do not overload. This wastes energy and causes
Do not add fabric softener sheets once the load
has become warm. They may cause fabric
softener stains. Bounce ® Fabric Conditioner
Dryer Sheets have been approved for use in all
GE Dryers when used in accordance with the
Do not drg the following items: fiberglass items,
woolens, rubber-coated items, plastics, items with
plastic trim and foam-filled items.
Below are fabric care label "symbols" that affect the clothing you will be laundering.
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Do not tumNe
do not wasl
hang to dry
In the shade
Care and Cleaning of the Drger
The Exterior'. Wipe or dust any spills or washing
compounds with a damp cloth. Dryer control
panel and finishes may be damaged by some
laundry pretreatment soil and stain remover
products. Apply these products away from the
dryer. The fabric may then be washed and dried
normally. Damage to your dryer caused by these
products is not covered by your warranty.
The Lint Filter: Clean the lint filter before each
use. Moisten your fingers and reach into the filter
opening. Run your fingers across the filter. Have a
qualified technician vacuum the lint from the dryer
once a year.
Stainless Steel: To clean stainless steel surfaces,
use a damp cloth with a mild, non-abrasive cleaner
suitable for stainless steel surfaces. Remove the
cleaner residue, and then dry with a clean cloth.
The Exhaust Duct: Inspect and clean the exhaust
ducting at least once a year to prevent clogging.
A partially clogged exhaust can lengthen the
Follow these steps:
I-_ Turn off electrical supply by disconnecting
the plug from the wall socket.
I--_ Disconnect the duct from the dryer.
I--_ Vacuum the duct with the hose attachment
and reconnect the duct.
The Exhaust Hood: Check from the outside that
the flaps of the hood move freely when operating.
Make sure that there is not wildlife (birds, insects,
etc.) nesting inside the duct or hood.