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Frigidaire 134126300B Important Safety Instructions
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Laundry Center Owner's Guide 2Important Safety Instructions Product Registration 4Important SafetyImportant Safety Important SafetyImportant Safety Important Safety Instructions Instructions Instructions Instructions Instructions (continued)(continued) (continued) 5Washing Prashing Pr ashing Procedurocedur es 1. Sort laundry into loads that can be washed together. 2. Prepare items for washing. 3. Pretreat stains and heavy soil. 4. Add a measured amount of detergent to the wash tub before adding the laundry load. 5. If desired, add liquid bleach to Bleach Dispenser 6Washing Prashing Pr ashing Procedurocedur es 6. Add laundry load to washer. 7. If desired, add liquid fabric softener to Fabric Softener Dispenser 9. Start the washer. 10.Remove items when the cycle is completed. 7Stain Removal 8Stain Removal STAINSTAIN STAINSTAIN STAIN TREATMENTTREATMENT TREATMENTTREATMENT TREATMENT 9Common WCommon W Common WCommon W Common Washing Prashing Pr POSSIBLE CAUSES PROBLEM PREVENTIVE MEASURESPREVENTIVE MEASURES ashing Problemsoblems oblemsoblems oblems SOLUTIONS PREVENTIVE MEASURES 10DrDr 1. Prepare items for drying. 2. Check that lint screen is clean and in place. 3. Load the dryer. 4. Close the dryer door and set dryer controls (some models). 5. Turn cycle selector clockwise to the desired setting. 6. Start the dryer. 7. When the cycle ends, remove items immediately and hang or fold. DrDr Drying Prying Pr ying Prying Pr ying Procedurocedur es 11FeaturFeatur FeaturFeatur Featureses Common DryingCommon Drying es Drum Light Drying Rack PROBLEM SOLUTIONS PREVENTIVE MEASURES POSSIBLE CAUSES Common DryingCommon Drying Common Drying PrPr PrPr Problemsoblems oblemsoblems oblems 12CarCar CarCar Care and Cleaninge and Cleaning e and Cleaninge and Cleaning e and Cleaning Inside the Washer Inside the Dryer Outside Follow WinterizingFollow Winterizing 13AA WASHER - OPERATINGWASHER - OPERATING WASHER - NOISEWASHER - NOISE Follow WinterizingFollow Winterizing Follow Winterizing Instructions for coldInstructions for cold OCCURRENCE SOLUTIONSOLUTION Instructions for coldInstructions for cold Instructions for cold weather care.weather care. weather care.weather care. weather care. AA Avoid Servoid Ser void Servoid Ser void Service Checklistvice Checklist vice Checklistvice Checklist vice Checklist Winterizing Instructions WASHER - NOISEWASHER - NOISE WASHER - NOISE SOLUTIONSOLUTION SOLUTION POSSIBLE CAUSE WASHER - OPERATINGWASHER - OPERATING WASHER - OPERATING 14WASHER - WATERWASHER - WATER OCCURRENCEOCCURRENCE (continued)(continued) WASHER - OPERATINGWASHER - OPERATING WASHER - WATERWASHER - WATER WASHER - WATER OCCURRENCEOCCURRENCE OCCURRENCE POSSIBLE CAUSEPOSSIBLE CAUSE POSSIBLE CAUSEPOSSIBLE CAUSE POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTIONSOLUTION SOLUTIONSOLUTION SOLUTION WASHER - OPERATINGWASHER - OPERATING WASHER - OPERATING (continued)(continued) (continued) 15OCCURRENCE POSSIBLE CAUSEPOSSIBLE CAUSE POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTIONSOLUTION SOLUTIONSOLUTION SOLUTION 16WARRANTY (CANADA)