Before Operating Your Dryer

Read your dryer Owner’s Guide. It has important
safety and warranty information. It also has many
suggestions for best drying results.
To reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock or injury to persons, read the IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS in your dryer Owner’s
Guide before operating this appliance.

Operating Steps

Read “Drying Procedures” in your Owner’s Guide.
It explains these operating steps in detail.
1. Prepare items for drying.
2. Check that lint screen is clean and in place.
3. Load the dryer. If desired, add a dryer fabric
softener sheet. Close the door.
4. Select the cycle and drying temperature for each
load. To change the temperature, turn the TEMP
knob to the desired temperature.
5. A suitable dryness level and options will
automatically be displayed for each cycle. To
change the dryness level, press DRYNESS until
the desired selection is made. To select an
option, press OPTIONS until the indicator for a
desired option flashes and press Select.
Follow the same steps to delete an option. If a
dryness level or option is not available for a cycle,
it will not light.
6. The changes you make will be remembered the
next time that cycle is selected. See the “Dryer
Settings Chart” for more details.
7. Press START to begin cycle.
To pause the cycle or change settings,
press Pause/Cancel once.To resume the
cycle, press START again.
To stop or change the cycle, press Pause/
Cancel twice.
8. A signal will sound at the end of the cycle and
periodically during Press Saver when the Cycle
Signal option is selected. When the cycle ends,
remove items immediately and hang or fold.
9. Clean the lint screen after every load.

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Cycle Selection

For best results, follow the fabric care label
instructions on items to be dried.
Auto Dry
Auto Dry cycles take the guesswork out of drying
time. The load will automatically be dried at the
selected temperature to the desired dryness level.
The dryer senses the moisture level of the load as
it tumbles through heated air. Auto Dry cycles save
time and energy and protect fabrics.
When the load has reached the selected dryness
level, it will continue to tumble, unheated, during a
Cool Down period. This helps reduce wrinkling and
makes items easier to handle during unloading.
Drying time varies depending on size and dampness
of load, weight and fabric type. Room temperature
and humidity, type of installation and electrical
voltage or gas pressure can also affect drying time.
Select this Auto Dry cycle for towel loads.
Select this Auto Dry cycle for cotton items.
Perm Press
Select this Auto Dry cycle to dry cottons and blends
with a no-iron finish.