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When using extra detergent
for heavily soiled
clothes,
or washing
special-care
items, you may find an extra rinse and spin is
needed.
1.
Push in the Cycle Control
knob and turn it clockwise
to any of
the Rinse settings.
2.
Pull out the Cycle
Control
knob. The washer
fills to the
selected
load size, agitates,
drains,
and spins.
A drain and spin may help shorten drying
times
for some heavy
fabrics
or special-care
items by removing
excess
water.
1.
Push in the Cycle Control
knob and turn it clockwise
to any of
the Spin settings.
2.
Pull out the Cycle Control
knob. The washer
drains, then
spins.
Cleaning
the
liquid
fabric
softener
dispenser
Flush
dispenser
periodically
with warm water, as
shown,
Remove
the dispenser
by grasping
the top of the
dispenser
with
both
hands and squeezing
and pushing
upwards
with thumbs.
Clean
the dispenser
by rinsing
it under a water faucet.
Replace
it after
cleaning.
NOTE: Do not wash clothes
with this dispenser
removed.
Do not
add detergent
or bleach to this dispenser;
it is for liquid fabric
softener
use only.
Always
dilute fabric softener
with
Vz
to 1 cup (125 to 250 mL)
warm water. Undiluted
fabric
softener
can stain fabrics.
Add diluted
fabric softener
only in the final rinse.
Fabric
softener
should
not be mixed with other laundry
products.
Greasy stains can form. To remove
greasy stains,
wet the stain and rub with
liquid detergent
or a bar of soap.
Rewash.
Too much fabric softener
can make some items
(diapers
and
towels) nonabsorbent.
If this happens,
use less fabric
softener,
or do not use it every time.
WASHER
CARE
Cleaning
the
exterior
Use a soft,
damp cloth
or sponge to wipe up any spills such as
detergent
or bleach. Occasionally
wipe the outside
of your
washer to keep it looking
new.
Cleaning
the
interior
Clean your washer
interior by mixing
1 cup (250 mL) of chlorine
bleach and 2 cups (500 mL) of detergent.
Pour this into your
washer and run it through
a complete
cycle
using hot water.
Repeat this process
if necessary.
NOTE: Remove
any hard water deposits
using
only cleaners
labeled as washer
safe.
Replace
inlet hoses after five years of use to reduce the risk of
hose failure.
Periodically
inspect
and replace inlet hoses if
bulges,
kinks, cuts,
wear or leaks are found.
When replacing
your inlet hoses,
mark the date of replacement
on the label with a permanent
marker.
Install and store your washer
where it will not freeze. Because
some water may stay in the hoses, freezing can damage
your
washer. If storing
or moving your washer
during freezing weather,
winterize
it.
Non-use
or vacation
care
Operate your
washer only when
you are
at
home.
If
you
will
be
on
vacation or
not
using
your
washer
for
an
extended
period
of
time,
you should:
Unplug washer
or disconnect
power.
Turn off the water supply
to the washer. This helps avoid
accidental
flooding
(due to a water pressure
surge) while you
are away.
To winterize
washer
1.
Shut
off
both
water
faucets.
2.
Disconnect
and drain
water inlet
hoses.
3.
Put
1
quart
(t
L) of B.M-type
antifreeze
in the basket.
4.
Run
washer on
a
drain
and spin setting
(see
"Drain
and
Spin")
for about
30
seconds
to
mix
the
antifreeze
and
water.
5.
Unplug washer or
disconnect
power.
To use washer
again
1.
Flush water
pipes
and hoses,
2.
Reconnect water inlet
hoses.
3.
Turn on
both
water
faucets.
4.
Plug in washer
or
reconnect power•
5.
Run the washer through a complete
cycle
with
1
cup (250
mL)
of detergent
to
clean
out antifreeze.
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