TEARS, RIPS OR
AREAS such as
collars and cuffs
THE PROBLEM SOLVER
Chemicals such as hair bleach, dye, permanent wave solutions, battery acids and
toilet bowl cleaners may cause fabric holes. Rinse all towels and other articles that
came in contact with these chemicals before putting them in wash. Do not
contaminate clothing articles with these chemicals.
As permanent press garments age, they may show fraying at collars and cuffs. This
is normal due to weakening of fibers by the permanent press process. It is not caused
by washer. You can slow this process by washing small permanent press loads with
a large water level. Do not wash heavy items such as towels with permanent press.
Remove collar stays, when possible.
Press cycle. Refer to garment manufacturer's care labels.
Garments weakened by age, sun or atmosphere. This is inevitable and is not caused
Over loading or under loading washer for selected water level. Load washer only with
number of items that will move freelv. Select correct water level.
Pretreat with liquid detergent. See Other Laundry Products section.
Make sure cord is plugged into outlet.
Make sure both hot and cold faucets are turned on.
Make sure controls are set and Cycle Selector knob is pulled out to ON position.
Make sure lid is closed. Washer will fill but will not spin or agitate with lid open.
Check house fuses or circuit breakers. If another appliance is sharing the electrical
outlet, remove it. Washer should have separate outlet.
Make sure hot and cold faucets are turned on and
Make sure hoses are connected to correct faucets...
hot to hot, cold to cold.
Water valve screens may be stopped up. Remove inlet
hoses from water valve. Clean the screens and reinstall hoses.
Check house water heater to make sure it is delivering water at
Top of drain outlet should be less than 8 ft. (2.4 m) above floor.