5. Select the desired OPTIONS. Not all Options are available
with all cycles. See "Options."
6. Select the desired MODIFIERS. Not all Modifiers are available
with all Cycles and Options. See "Modifiers."
If desired, select the CYCLE SIGNAL. The signal is helpful
when you are washing items that should be removed from the
washer as soon as it stops. Press CYCLE SIGNAL once to
turn it on. The indicator light will illuminate. Press again to
turn it off.
8. To begin the wash cycle immediately
Select and hold START (for approximately
If you do not select START within 5 minutes of choosing a
cycle, the washer automatically shuts off.
When the wash cycle is complete, the CLOTHES CLEAN
status light illuminates, the door unlocks, and the wash
load can be removed from the washer. The washer
powers down automatically
5 minutes after the cycle is
complete and the CLOTHES CLEAN light goes off. To
power down the washer manually after the wash cycle is
complete, select STOP once.
9. To begin the wash cycle later
Select DELAY START until the desired delay time (in hours)
shows in the Estimated Time Remaining display. Select
START. The countdown to the wash cycle will show in the
IMPORTANT: When delaying a cycle, use only powdered
detergents in the main wash compartment
detergents may seep out of the compartment
before the wash cycle begins.
Your new washer has a dispenser drawer with three separate
for your laundry additives--one
is for detergent,
one is for liquid chlorine bleach, and one is for liquid fabric
softener. Laundry additives are diluted and dispensed
at the proper time during the wash cycle, making it
unnecessary for you to return to the washer during the cycle to
It is normal for small amounts of water to remain in the
dispensers when the wash cycle is complete.
Do not put laundry additives directly into the wash tub. Always
use the proper dispensers when adding laundry additives.
Choosing the Right Detergent
Use only High Efficiency detergents. The package for this type of
detergent will be marked "HE" or "High Efficiency." This wash
system, along with less water, will create too much sudsing with a
regular non-HE detergent. Using regular detergent will likely result in
washer errors, longer cycle times, and reduced rinsing performance.
It may also result in component failures and noticeable mold or
mildew. HE detergents are made to produce the right amount of
suds for the best performance. Follow the manufacturer's
instructions to determine the amount of detergent to use.
Use only HE High Efficiency detergent.
To fill dispenser
1. Pull out the dispenser drawer.
2. Add the desired laundry additive to the proper compartment.
3. Push in the dispenser drawer slowly and completely (to avoid
A. Dispenser release lever
B. Main Wash detergent compartment
C. Liquid chlorine bleach compartment
D. Fabric softener compartment
Main Wash detergent
(Letter B in Dispenser Illustration)
Add liquid or powdered HE detergent to this compartment
your main wash cycle.
Powdered color-safe bleach may be added to the Main Wash
along with the powdered detergent.
Powdered detergent: Measure the amount of powdered
detergent with the measurement device which comes with
the detergent. Add no more than the manufacturer's
NOTE: Overfilling could cause an oversudsing condition.
Chlorine bleach compartment
(Letter C in Dispenser Illustration)
Add NO MORE THAN 2/3cup (160 mL) liquid chlorine bleach to
The bleach will be automatically
dispensed at the best time during the first rinse after the wash
cycle. This compartment
cannot dilute powdered bleach.
Use only liquid chlorine bleach in this dispenser. Do not use
this dispenser to add powdered chlorine or any form of color-
safe bleach to your load.
Always measure liquid chlorine bleach. Use a measuring cup
with a pour spout; do not guess. Follow the manufacturer's
directions for proper use.
Do not fill beyond the "MAX" level.
NOTE: Overfilling could cause garment damage.