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Timed Dry - Kenmore 110.C6621 series Quick Start Manual

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FABRIC CARE/TEMPERATURE CONTROL
The following table lists suggested auto dry or timed dry settings for various loads. This is only a guide.
FABRIC CARE/ TEMPERATURE
HIGH
HIGH
LOW
* Reset time as needed to allow items to dry completely.
** Reset dryness level to More or Less Dry as needed for type of fabric or load size.
CYCLE SELECTOR (TIMER) CONTROL
Auto Dry
During the Auto Dry Cycle, the exhaust air temperature of the
dryer determines the drying time and dryness levels. A thermostat
signals the Cycle Control Knob when to move into Cool Down.
The drying time for an Auto Dry Cycle depends on load type and
load size. When drying a large or heavy load, the Cycle Control
Knob may take a long time before it begins to advance into Cool
Down. The Auto Dry Cycle takes the guesswork out of drying time
and enhances fabric care. The amount of time that is displayed is
the estimated time remaining in the cycle.
The Automatic Cycle may be used for most loads. This cycle gives
the best drying in the shortest time. Drying time varies according
to the type of fabric, size of the load, and dryness setting.
Dryness is determined by the exhaust temperature of the dryer.
When the dryness selected is reached, the dryer goes into a
5 minute (approximately) cool down period.
The Cycle Selector (Timer) Control may be set to NORMAL
DRY (*), which is good for most fabrics. At the end of the cycle,
you may check the dryness of the load.
If the load is drier than you like, you may select a setting closer to
Less Dry the next time you dry a similar load.
If a load is not as dry as you like, you may complete drying using
a Timed cycle. You may select a setting closer to More Dry the
next time you dry a similar load.
WRINKLE GUARD
WRINKLE GUARD
continuously tumbles the load, without heat, for 30 minutes unless you open the dryer door.
During WRINKLE GUARD
TROUBLESHOOTING – LONG DRY TIMES, LOAD NOT DRYING
Before you call service...check for the following.
Is the lint screen clogged with lint?
• Clean the lint screen before each load.
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LOAD TYPE
Heavyweight items - Quilts, towels, jeans,
cottons, bedspreads
Medium weight items - Shirts, sheets, slacks,
play clothes, cloth diapers
Lightweight items - Lingerie, blouses, dresses
synthetics and blends
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TIMER CYCLE SELECTION

Timed Dry

Perm Press/Normal
Knit/Delicate
Timed Dry
This cycle may be used to get up to 70 minutes of heated drying time.
The heating cycle is followed by a cool down period of up to
10 minutes.
Air Dry
You may use the Air Dry cycle to get up to 20 minutes of drying time in
room temperature air. This setting should be used for items such as
plastics, rubber and heat-sensitive fabrics.
Touch Up
This cycle may be used to help smooth synthetic and permanent press
clothes that are clean but wrinkled from being crowded in a closet or
suitcase. This setting provides about 15 minutes of heated tumbling
followed by a cool down period of up to 10 minutes.
Is the exhaust vent or outside exhaust hood clogged with lint?
• Lint should be cleaned out of the exhaust vent at least once every
2 years.
See the Use and Care Guide for complete details.
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Service Mark of Sears Brands, LLC
CYCLE
SETTING*
50 - 70
minutes
Normal Dry**
Normal Dry**
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