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Read these instructions
Save these instructions for
local inspector's use.
Observe all governing codes
• Note to Installer - Besureto leavethese
instructionswith the customer.
• Note to Customer - Keep these instructions
with gour Use and Care Book for future
• Before the old drger is removed from service or
discarded, remove the drger door.
• Inspect the drger exhaust outlet and straighten
the outlet walls if theg are bent.
• Service information and the wiring diagram
are located in the control console.
allow children on or in the
of children is necessarg when
is used near children.
• Install the
above SO°F for satisfactorg operation
drger control sgstem.
WARNING RBK OF FIRE
To reducethe riskof severe injurg or death,follow all installation instructions.
Clothesdrger installation must be performed bg a qualified installer.
Install the clothesdrger according to these instructions and in accordancewith local
codes. Inthe absenceof local codes,installation must comptgwith NationalFuelGas
Code,ANSIZ225.1/NFPA 54or the CanadianNatural Gasand PropaneInstallationCode,
This act requiresthe governor of Californiato publisha list of substancesknown to the
state to causecancer,birth defects or other reproductive harm and requires businesses
to warn customers of potential exposureto such substances.Gasappliancescan
cause minor exposure to four of these substances,namelg benzene,carbon monoxide,
formaldehgde and soot, causedprimaritg bg the incompletecombustion of natural gas
or LPfuels. Properlgadjusted drgers wilt minimizeincomplete combustion. Exposure
to these substancescan be minimizedfurther bg properlgventing the drger to the
This drger must be exhaustedto the outdoors.
Useonlg 4" rigid metal ducting for exhausting the clothesdrger to the outdoors.
DO NOTinstall a clothesdrger with flexible plastic ducting materials. Ifflexible metal
(semi-rigidor foit-tgpe)duct is installed,it must be ULlisted and installed inaccordance
with the instructions found in "ConnectingThe DrgerTo HouseVent"on page 6 of this
manual.Flexibleventing materialsare known to collapse,be easilg crushed,and trap
lint.Theseconditions wilt obstruct drger airflow and increasethe risk of fire.
Donot install or store this appliance in ang location where it could be exposedto water
and or weather.
Drgersinstalled in residentialgarages must be elevated 18" (46cm)above the floor.
Savethese instructions.(Installers:Besure to leave these instructionswith the
in the state of Massachusetts,installation must be performed by a qualifiedor
licensed contractor, plumber, or gasfitter qualified or licensed by the state.
IO"ADJUS TABLEWRENCHES _.
8"PIPE W RENCH
SLIP J OINT PLIERS
FLAT B LADE SCREWDRIVER
M ATERIALS YOUWILL NEED
4"DIA. METAL DUCT
4"DIAM METAL ELBOW
GAS LINE CONNECTOR
FOR L EAK DETECTION
Verifg Your Gas Installation (see section 2).
Prepare the Area and Exhaust for Installation of
New Drger (see section 1).
Check and Insure the Existing External Exhaust
is Clean (see section 1) and Meets Attached
Installation Specifications (see section 6).
Step 4 Remove the Foam Shipping Pads (see section 1).
Step 5 Move the Drger to the Desired Location.
Step 6 Level Your Drger (see section 8).
Step 7 Connect the Gas Supplg (see section 3) and check
for leaks (see section 4).
Step 8 Connect the External Exhaust (see section 7).
Step 9 Connect the Power Supplg (see section 5).
Step 10 Check the Operation of the Power Supplg, Gas
Connections, and Venting.
Step 11 Place the Owners Manual and the Installation
Instructions in a Location Where Theg Will Be
Noticed Bg the Owner.
For Alcove or Closet Installation see section 9.
For Bathroom or Bedroom Installation see section 10.
For Mobile or Manufactured Home see section 11.