HOW TO LOAD YOUR WAS~R
This illustration, with clothes just
reaching the Clothes Retaining
Ring, shows a proper load. Clothes
have ample room to move because
they are not packed down, nor
wrapped around the agitator.
Clothes are loaded dry since wet
items are likely to pack down which
encourages overloading. This size
load requires a full water fill.
What is the best size load of
small? Save time, energy and
detergent by avoiding extra use of
the washer. Try to wash a full load
of clothes. If you can it is better to
save clothes until you have a full
load. If you must wash smaller
loads, save water, energy and
detergent by adjusting the water
level for the size of the load. See
To Add Items After the Washer Has S@rted
Turn off the washer.
Carefully remove the Filter-Flo pan.
Add any additional articles by submerging them next
to the agitator.
Replace the Filter-Ho pan and restart the washer.
Special Recommendations for Washing Permanent Press If You Do Not Have a Dryer
If you are machine-washing Permanent Press clothes
that you plan to line dry or drip-d~, use extra care to
minimize wrinkling in the wash process:
Be careful not to overload washer. Permanent Press
clothes must have ample room to move freely. A
Medium size Permanent Press load is the largest that
should be washed.
Load clothes dry.
Take a properly sorted group
of clothes and drop them loosely
in the wash basket in this order:
not wrap around the agitator.
NOTE: When washing stockings, panty hose and
other easily tangled items, always handle separately.
To minimize tangling, we recommend the use of a net
Use more water than you would for a regular load.
Use a Medium Water Level for a Small Load; a
Large Water Level for a Medium Load.
Remove clothes promptly as soon as washer stops
and hang immediately.