Dryer Operating Instructions
Drying Cycle Selection, continued
Timed Dry Cycles
To avoid ﬁ re hazard, do not use heat to dry items
containing feathers or down, foam rubber, plastics
similarly textured, rubber-like materials. Use a timed dry
cycle and the Air Dry setting.
Select this timed cycle to quickly dry a small load made
up of just a few items. It provides approximately 20 min-
utes of tumbling followed by a cool down period.
Refresh (on select models)
Select Refresh to help remove wrinkles from clean and
dry items that were not taken from the dryer at the end
of the cycle, have been stored in crowded closets or
drawers, or unpacked from luggage following a trip. It
provides approximately 10 minutes of tumbling followed
by a 5-minute cool down period.
To manually select the drying time for any load, turn the
knob to a numbered setting: 15 (on select models), 30,
60, or 90 minutes. Moisture sensing bars (if equipped)
are not active and dryer will continue to heat throughout
the cycle until the ﬁ nal cool down period.
Drying Cycle Settings
Select the temperature setting most suitable for each load.
To protect your fabrics, not all temperatures are available
with every cycle. If an unavailable temperature setting is
selected by the user, the nearest available temperature will
The Air Dry setting can be used only in a timed cycle. Air
Dry setting tumbles the load without heat. Use Air Dry to
freshen clothing, pillows or blankets, or to dust draperies.
A signal will sound at the end of the cycle if selected.