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WASH/RINSE
TEMPS
These settings feature Automatic
Temperature Control:
Saves energy by adding cold water
ATC Warm/Warm
to the hot water from your water
heater. Provides optimum cleaning
ATC Warm/Cold
at lower temperatures.
May add hot water to the incoming
cold water as the washer fills. This
ATC Cold/Cold
assures that the water will be warm
enough to properly activate detergent.
Note:
In wash water temperatures below 60
detergents do not dissolve well or clean well.
STEP
5
Select Cycle
To select a cycle, push the control dial in and turn it to
the right (clockwise) until the pointer is at the number
of minutes desired for the wash load.
IMPORTANT: For optimum fabric care, the
appropriate wash and spin speed for the load type
must be selected using the Wash/Spin Speed knob.
Regular/Delicates Cycle
Regular/Delicates cycles share the same portion of the
control dial. For regular fabrics, select the cycle and
turn the Wash/Spin Speed dial to Normal/Normal. For
delicate loads, select Slow/Slow.
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LOAD TYPE
°
F,
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Wrinkle-Free Clothes Cycle
This cycle provides up to 12 minutes of agitation.
Depending on the load, select either the Normal/Slow
or Slow/Slow wash/spin speed.
Stain Cleaner Cycle
Stain Cleaner provides approximately 30 minutes of
agitation and soaking to help remove stubborn dirt and
stains. For more information see page 8.
STEP
6
Select Extra Rinse
When the switch is in the On position, an additional
rinse at the end of the Regular/Delicates cycle is
provided to more completely remove laundry additives,
suds, perfumes, etc.
STEP
7
Pull Control Dial Out to Start
You may stop the washer at any time by simply
pushing the control dial in. Therefore it is possible to
obtain a non-agitated soak or to shorten, skip or
repeat any part of a cycle. The control dial must be
pushed in (off position) when you change the setting.
Note:
Do not attempt to turn the control dial
counterclockwise. Damage to the timer will result.
(if desired)
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