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lmporta nt Safety Instructions Read all instructions before using this washer. ThisUseand CareGuideprovides generaloperatinginstructionsfor reducethe riskoffire, electrical shock, or injuryto persons yourwasher. I talsocontains vvhen usingthiswasher, complywiththebesicvvarningslisted below. information a boutfeatu r es for several o_ermodels.You rwasher Failuretocomplywiththesewarningscould resultin serious personal maynothaveeveryfeatureincluded injuries.
Important Safety Prevent Inj u ry _opreventshockhazard and assurestabilityduringoperation, Instructions (continued) thewasher must beinstalled and electricalIygrounded bya qualified service person in accordancewith Iocalcodes. Installation instructions are packed in thewasherfor instalIeCs reference. Refertol NSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS _Avoid fire hazard for detailed grounding procedures.
Washing Procedures Set cycle selector knob a nd washer controls according type, size, and soil level of each load. continued) (SeeOperating Instructions card foryourspeciflc modelcontrols.) Sta rtthewasher. Closethewasher door and pulI outthe cycleselector knob. Foryoursafety, thedoorwillautomaticalIylockd uringthe entirewash cycle. TheDoor Lock indicatorlightwill remain Iit untilthecycleends.
For successful stain removaI: • Removestainspromptly. • Determinethe kind ofstain,then foIIowtherecommendedtreatmentin thestain removal chartbelow. • To pretreatstains, usea prewash product, liquid detergent, ora paste madefromgranulardetergentandwater. • Usecold water on unknown stains because hotwater can set stains. • Checkcare label instructions for treatments toavoid on specific fabrics.
_z_,<,/_J_¸ CommonWashing Problems Manywashing problemsinvolvepoorsoil and stain removal, residues oflintand scum, andfabricdamage. satisfactorywashing results, folIowthesesuggestions provided byThe Soa pand DetergentAssociation. PROBLEM POSSIBLECAUSES SOLUTIONS PREVENTIVEMEASURES Bluestains • U ndilul_l liquid del_rgentor • Ifca used bydetergent, mix 1 cup (240 •Avoid overfilling detergent and fabric fabric softenerd ispensed directly ml) whitevinegarwith...
Careand Cleaning Winterizing Instructions Ifthewasheris stored in an areawherefreezingcan occuror moved in (continued) freezingtemperatures, fdlovvlJqesewinterizing instructionsto prevent damage tothewasher: Tum offwater su pplyfaucets. Disconnecthosesfromwatersupplyanddrainwaterfrom hoses. Plug electrical cord intoa properlygrounded electrical outlet. FollowWinterizing Add I gallon (3.8L) nontoxicrecreationalvehicle(RV)antifreezetoempty Instructions forcold washdrum.
OCCURRENCE POSSIBLE CAUSE / SOLUTION OPERATING Washerdoes notstart. • Electrical powercord maynot be plugged in or connection may beloose. Makesure plugfits tighttyin walIoutlet. • Housefuse blown, circuit breakertripped,ora poweroutage hasoccurred. Resetcircuit breaker or repIacefuse. Do not increasefuse capacity. If problem is a circuitoverload, have itcorrected bya qualified electrician.