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Regular Cycles; Soak Cycle - GE MODEL WA7800R Use And Care Manual

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Regular Cycles—

For most cottons, linens, and work and play clothes.
Longer wash times plus an extra deep rinse, spray
rinse and spin provide thorough washing and
detergent removal.
Permanent Press Cycles—
For loads of synthetic and/or delicate fabrics. A cold
water cooldown helps prevent set-in wrinkles in
permanent press shirts, blouses, dresses and similar
apparel with normal soil.
Knits Cycle—
A combination of agitation and soak provides effective
polyester knits laundering. An early and long spray
rinse cools down fabrics before the washer reaches
maximum spin speed to help prevent wrinkle setting.

Soak Cycle—

Clothes activate in a soaking agent for a short time,
then the water spins out. Washer turns off at end of
Soak Cycle—must be reset for desired wash cycle.
Permanent Press
Permanent Press



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