4. Exhaust connection
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR PERSONAL INJURY:
• This appliance must be exhausted to the outdoors.
• Use only 4" rigid metal ducting for the home exhaust duct.
• Use only 4" rigid metal or UL-listed ﬂexible metal (semi-
rigid or foil-type) duct to connect the dryer to the home ex-
haust duct. It must be installed in accordance with the in-
structions found in the section "Connecting The Dryer To
House Vent" of this Use & Care Guide.
• Do not terminate exhaust in a chimney, a wall, a ceiling,
gas vent, crawl space, attic, under an enclosed ﬂoor, or in
any other concealed space of a building. The accumulated
lint could create a potential ﬁre hazard.
• Never terminate the exhaust into a common duct with a
kitchen exhaust system. A combination of grease and lint
creates a potential ﬁre hazard.
• Do not use duct longer than speciﬁed in the exhaust length
table. Longer ducts can accumulate lint, creating a poten-
tial ﬁre hazard.
• Never install a screen in or over the exhaust duct. This will
cause lint to accumulate, creating a potential ﬁre hazard.
• Do not assemble ductwork with any fasteners that extend
into the duct. These fasteners can accumulate lint, creating
a potential ﬁre hazard.
• Do not obstruct incoming or exhausted air.
• Provide an access for inspection and cleaning of the ex-
haust system, especially at turns and joints. Exhaust system
shall be inspected and cleaned at least once a year.
THIS DRYER COMES READY FOR REAR EXHAUSTING.
IF SPACE IS LIMITED, USE THE INSTRUCTIONS IN SEC-
TION 6 TO EXHAUST DIRECTLY FROM THE SIDES OR
BOTTOM OF THE CABINET.
STANDARD REAR EXHAUST
STANDARD REAR EXHAUST
(Vented above ﬂoor level)
NOTE: ELBOWS WILL PREVENT DUCT KINKING AND
5. Leveling and stabilizing your appliance
1. After making sure the shipping rod was removed from
the side of the washer, carefully move the appliance to
its ﬁnal location.
Gently rock the appliance into position. It is important not to
damage the rubber leveling legs when moving your appli-
ance to its ﬁnal location. Damaged legs can increase ap-
pliance vibration. It may be helpful to spray window
cleaner on the ﬂoor to help move your appliance to its ﬁ-
Note: Do not use washer cover to lift the unit.
2. To ensure the appliance is level and solid on all four legs,
tilt the appliance forward so the rear legs are oﬀ the
ground. Gently set the appliance back down to allow the
rear legs to self adjust.
3. With the appliance in its ﬁnal position, place a level on
top of back part of the washer lid and check it side to
side, then check front to back. Screw the front leveling legs
up or down to ensure the appliance is resting solid on all
four legs (no rocking or the appliance should exist), turn
the lock nuts on each leg up toward the base of the unit
and snug with a wrench.
Note: Keep the leg extension at minimum to prevent exces-
sive vibration. The farther out legs are extended, the more
the unit will vibrate.