PREPARATIONS BEFORE DRYING
• Sort the clothes of the same kind (cotton, synthetics, woolen) to dry.
• Dark and light colored clothes should be separately dried. Fabrics prone to
losing lint and those prone to adhering lint shall be separately dried. Clothes
prone to falling lint should be turned inside out before putting into the dryer.
• Make sure buttons and ornaments on the clothes are high temperature
resistant and won't damage drum surface. Before loading, the clothes should
have their zippers zipped up, buttons and hooks done up and belts tied so as
to avoid entanglement or other obstacles.
• If possible, turn out the clothes pockets for uniform drying.
• Check if clothes remain soiled. If yes, wash them again, otherwise the soils
may be permanently set.
• Small articles shall be collected in a mesh bag before loading and drying, so
as to avoid entanglement and ensure easy to remove.
• Make sure the power socket is reliably grounded. The grounding terminal
shall not be connected to gas or tap water pipelines.
• Make sure exhaust duct has been properly connected.
• Make sure lint filter is clean and properly installed. If lint filter is not in place,
tumbling items could enter the exhaust system and cause damage to the dryer.
Notes: Applies to Auto Dry cycle and Timed Dry cycle.
• For Rack Dry cycle, remove the lint filter and assemble the drying rack with its
rear end slightly downward inclined. The configuration is as shown in the
following figure: Make sure lint filter is clean and then assemble it properly. If
lint filter is not in place, tumbling items could enter the exhaust
system and cause damage to the dryer.