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ge . com Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 5 Operating Instructions Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 U . S . Models : Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 DSXH43 Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Loading and Using the Drger . . . . . . . . . . 8 DPXH46 DH43 Installation Instructions . . . . . 9 - 20 Electrical Installation for Canada Models : Electric Drger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 , 17 lj DCXH46 Electrical Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 PSXH43 ! 3 Exhausting the Drger . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 , 13 Gas Connection for Gas Drger . . . . . . . . 18 Gas Supplg Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Location of Your Drger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Mobile Home Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Preparing to Install Your Drger . . . . . 9 , 10 Reversing the Door Swing . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Stacking Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 , 20 Troubleshooting Tips . . . . . . . . 21 , 22 Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Warrants for Canadian Customers . . . . 25 Warrantg for U . S . Customers . . . . . . . . 24 ® 175D1807P525 49 - 90257 ! 1 - 05 JR 350A4502P325 Rev . 1 134287400
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! For your safety , the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion , electric shock , or to prevent property damage , personal injury , or death . • Do not store or use gasoline or other • Installation andservice mustbe performed flammable vaporsand liquids in the bya qualified installer , service agency or vicinity of thisor any otherappliance . the gas supplier . WHATTODOIF YOUSMELLGAS : [ ] Immediatelycall yourgas supplierfrom [ ] Do not try to light a match , or cigarette , or turn on any gas or electrical appliance . a neighbor'sphone . Follow the gas supplier'sinstructionscarefully . [ ] Do not touch any electrical switch ; do not use any phonein yourbuilding . [ ] ffyou cannotreach yourgas supplier , call the fire department . [ ] Clear the room , buildingor area of all occupants . California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act This act requires tile goxernor of Califin'nia to publish a list of substances knox _ n to tile state to cause cance _ , birth delbcts or other reproducfixe harm and requires businesses to warn custoinei _ of potential exl ) osure to Stlch st / bstances . ( _ as al ) l ) liances C } lil C } ltlSe illinoi " exl ) OStli'e [ o J [ i ) / lI " of these s / lbstances _ nalllely benzene _ C } li'bon illonoxi ( le _ fimnaldehvde and soot , caused primarily by the incomplete combustion of natural gas or I , P fllels . Propedy a ( ! justed dryers will minimize incomplete combustion . EN ) osure to these substances can be minimized flH'ther b ) ' i ) rope _ ty venting tile dryer to tile outdoors .
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PROPEIRNSTALLAtiON This dryer must be properly installed and located in accordance with the Installation Instructions before it is used . [ ] Prol ) erlx , , gr ( mnd drxer to conform _ ith all Exhaus _ / Ducting : go _ erning codes and ordinances . Follo _ derails ill Inst : dlation Instructions . [ _ This dr ) er MUSTbe exhausted to the outside . [ _ l _ . se onl } ngld metal 4 diameter ductx _ ork [ ] Install or store where it will not be exposed to inside the dr } er c : d ) inet . Use only rigid metal temperatures belo _ freezing or exposed to the or flexible metal 4 " diameter ductwork fi ) r _ eath er . exhausting to the ( mtside , USE OFPLASTICORE OTHERCOMBUSTIBLEOUCTWORKCAN CAUS [ ] ( ] onnect to a properl } r _ lted , protected and sized power suppl ) circuit to axoid electric ; d A FIRE • PUNCTUREOOUCTWORKCANCAUSEA overload . FIREIF IT COLLAPSESORBECOMES OTHERWISERESTRICTEOIN USEORDURING [ ] Remox e : Ill sharp packing items and dispose of INSTALLATION . all shipping materi : ds properl ) . For complete details , fi _ llow the lnst : dl : ltion Instructions . 3
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iMPORTANTSAFETYiNFORMATiON . READALLiNSTRUCTIONBSEFOREUSING . WARNING ! YOUfLl AUNOflYAflEA • Keep tile area underneath and around " , ' our • Close supervision is necessary if this appliance is used bv or near children . Do not allow children appliances fl'ee of coml _ ustible materials , such as lint , paper , rags and chemicals . to play on , with or inside this or any other appliance . • Keep tile floor around your appliances clean and dry to reduce tile possibili b ' of slipping . • Keep all laundry aids ( such as detergents , bleaches , etc . ) out _ ff tile reach of children , • Keep area around the exhaust opening and preferably in a locked cabinet . Observe all s / u'ro / mding areas fl'ee from tile accumulation warnings on container labels to avoid iqjm ' } ; of lint , dust and dirt . • Never climb on or stand on tile dryer top . • Do not obstruct tile flow of ventilating ai _ : Do not stack or place lmmch T or throw rugs against tile ti'ont or back of tile ch _ ' er . WHENUSINGYOUfDl flYEfl • Never reach into tile cha'er while tile drum is • Do not ( h y articles containing rubbe _ ; plastic moving . Before loading , unloading or adding or similar materials such as padded bras , temfis clothes , wait tmtil tile drum has completely shoes , galoshes , bath mats , rugs , bibs , baby pants , stopped . plastic bags and pillows that may melt or btlFn . Some rubber materials , when heamd , can trader • Clean the lint filterhefore each lead to prevent lint certain drcumstances produce fire by accumulation inside tile dryer or in tile room . spont ; ineo / is COlllb / istion . DONOTOPERATETHEDRYERWITHOUTTHELINT FILTERIN PLACEU , NLESSTHEDRYINGRACKIS IN • Do not store plastic , paper or clothing that may USE . Mways replace tile lint screen when finished b / m _ or melt on top _ ff the dryer dining using tile ( hTing rack . operation . • Gmments labeled On / Away from Heator Do • Do not wash or d U articles that have been cleaned in , washed in , soaked in or spotted Not Tumblo On / ( such as life jackets containing with combustible or explosive substances ( such as kapok ) must not be put in yore " d _ ' e _ : wax , oil , paint , gasoline , degreasers , dr ) _ cleaning • Do not d _ T fiberglass articles in yore " dryer solvents , kerosene , etc . ) . These substances give Skin irritation could result from the remaining off ' vapors that may ignite or explode . Do not add particles that may be picked up by clothing these s / lbstJlnces to tile wash w ; IteI ' . Do not rise or dm'ing subsequent ( hTer rises . place these substances am / md yore " washer or ( hTer dining operation . • To minimize tile possibility ot electric shock , mq ) lug this appliance ti'om tile power supply • Anv reticle on which wm have used a cleaning or disconnect the dryer at the household solvent or that contai _ s flammable mamfials distribution panel b ) ' removing the fllse or ( such as cleaning cloths , mops , towels used in switching off the circuit breaker befi ) re beau b salons , restaurants or barber shops , etc . ) attempting any maintenance or cleaning must not be placed in or near tile d _ yer until ( except the removal and cleaning of the lint solvents or flammable materials have been filter ) . NOTE : Tm'ning the Cycle Selector knob removed . There are many highly flammable to an OFf position does NOTdisconnect tile items used in homes such as acetone , denatured appliance fl'om tile power supply . alcohol , gasoline , kerosene , some household cleaners , SOIlle spot i'eil / over . % ttli ] ) entines , • Do not spray any t ) pe of aerosol into , on or near waxes , W _ lX i'eillovers and pi'odtlctS containing dryer at any time . petroleum distillams . • Do not place items exposed to cooking oils in • Tile latmdry process can reduce tile flame your dryer : Items contaminated with cooking oils ram ' contribute to a chemical reaction that could retardancy of rid ) tics . To avoid such a result , cause a clothes load to catch fire . carelulN fi ) llow tile gali / lent i / lanttfilcttlrer's care instructions . 4
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WARNING ! • Never attempt to operate this appliance if • You may wish to soften your la undered tiff ) tics it is dmnaged , malflmcfioning , partially or reduce the static electricity in them by using disassembled or has missing or broken parts , a d _ Te > applied riO ) tic softener or an antistatic condifione _ : _ ' \ ' e recommend you rise either a including a damaged cord or plug . fabric softener in tile wash cycle , according to tile • Tile interior of tile machine and tile exhaust mantdacturer's instructions for those products , duct connection inside tile chTer should be or try a ( h _ ' e > added product for which tile cleaned at least once a year by a qualified inanufhcturer gives w _ itten assurance oil tile technician . See tile Loading and Using the Dryer package that their product can be safelv used in section . Do not tlse any t } , ' pe ot spI ' } l } ' cleaner vour dryer : Service or pe _ ti ) mmnce problems when cleaning ( hTer interior : Hazardous fim / es ( aused i ) ) ' use of these products are tile or electrical shock could occur responsibility ot tile manufi _ cmre _ of those • If yours is a gas ( hTe _ ; it is equipped with an products and are not covered under tile warranty to this appliance . automatic electric ignition and does not have a pilot light . 00 NOTAITEMPT TO tIGHT WlTH A MATCH . l _ urns Inav result ti'oln having your hand in tile vicinity of tile burner when tile automatic ignition turns oil . WHEN USINGYOURDRYER • Grasp tile plug firefly when disconnecting this • gefi ) re discarding a ( hTe _ ; or removing it flx ) m appliance to avoid damage to tile cord while service , remove tile dryer door to prevent pulling . Place tile cord away fl'om traffic areas so children fl'om hiding inside . it will not be stepped on , t _ ipped over or • Do not tamper with controls . subjected to dmnage . • Do not attempt to repair or replace any part of this appliance or attempt any se _ Mcing unless specifically recommended in this Owner's Manual or in published use > _ epair instructions that you understand and have the skills to carry ( ) / it . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS
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Aboutthe dryercontrolpanel . Models DPXH46 and DCXH46 WRInKlE MOeE D _ Y FABRIC CARE WRINKLE CARE START EASY CARE CARE • COTTONS _ Vre _ DECO00LAmT _ MBLE PERM PRESS K _ rrs / DEIJCATES _ D . _ , iliU _ . . . . . . . . . . . _ ! _ _ i ! , . _ . _ . ; } 0n 0 _ , : ; ; ; _ ssoeY _ % i ! ! ! i ! ! Dil _ i _ _ i , _ ssORv TIMED DRy 50 • DELICATES V Models DSXH43 , DH43 and PSXH43 FABRIC CARE CYCE SIGNAL START , o _ ° 7 TIMED DRY PERM _ ESS _ TS / DWC _ ES oo i ilii i . o . , co _ o , s 0 O Features and appearance may vary . ControlSettings o Fabric Care COTTONSForregulatro heavycottons . REG . HEAT PERM . PRESS Forsyntheticsb , lendsanditemslabeledpermanentpressor tumbledry mediumhea _ MEDHEAT KNITS / Forknits , delicatess , yntheticsanditemslabeledtumble drylowhea _ DELICATES LOWHEAT AIR FLUFFForfluffing itemswithoutheat . Usethe TIMEDDRYcycle . NO HEAT O Drying CyclesSE , The COTTON ASYCAREandDELICATESc _ cles automatically sense rid ) tic dryness . Select MOREDRY tb _ " heavier tid ) _ ics , LESSDRYfb _ " lighte _ " rid ) tics . The TIMEDDRYcwle will _ ' un t'o _ " a selected time . COTTONSForcottonsandmostlinens . Formostloads , selectthe OptimumDrysetting ( onsomemodels ) . EASYCARE Forwrinklefree , permanenptressanddelicateitems , andknits . Formostloads , selectthe PERMPRESS OptimumDrysetting ( onsomemodels ) . DELICATESFordelicatesandspeciacl arefabrics . Formostloads , selectthe OptimumDry setting ( onsomemodels ) . TIMEDDRY Setthe CycleSelectoar tthe desireddryingtime . O Start Close the ( h'ver ( loo _ : Select START Opening the ( loo _ " during operation will stop the ( h've _ : To _ ' estart the ( hTet ; close the ( loox " and select STARTtocomplete the c ) ' cle .
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About your dryerfeatures . CYCLE SIGNAL Cycle Signal Option ( on some models ) five I / lillt / tes ; is ; i reI / / isl ( lel " t ( 5 reI / / ( sve When tile signal is on it will sound just before the end of the cycle to remind the load . LOUD you to remove tile clothes . Tile signal NOTE ' can be set at OFF ( no SOtln ( l ) , LOUD Or • If items are removed before the end of an } where in between . the cycle , turn the CYCLESELECTORknob If the dried load calmot be removed to OFF . promptly during tile EASY CARE cycle , • Remove garments promptly at the sound the Cycle Selector will advance to the of the signal . Place clothes on hangers EXTENDED COOL DOWN setting . Unheated so wrinkles won't set in . tumbling continues during EXTENDED • Use the Cycle Signal especially when COOL DOWN and WRINKLE CARE ( on drying fabrics like polyester knits and some models ) fiST 40 minutes to help permanent press . These fabrics should reduce wrinkling . When the CYCLE be removed so wrinkles won't set in . SIGNAL is on , it will som _ d briefly every WRINKLE CARE Wrinkle Care Option ( on some models ) EXTENDEDCOOLAIRTUMBLE LIse this option t ( 5 nliniinize tile wIJnkles OFF in clothes . It provides approxilnatel ) 15 nfilmtes of no - heat tunfl ) ling alter tile clothes are dry . This option can onl } be used with tile EASY CAREandDELICATEScwles . Replacing the Dryer Light Bulb ( on some models ) WARNING : the p . a . netl il1e ) ; ' i , rrceunitmvbinrge ; lketii : le tilse or switching risk of electric shock , disconnect this Toreplace the drger light appliance ti'Oln tile power supply befisre attelnl ) ting any user _ ] / Jsing a slnall flat blade screwdriver , I ) I ) tile bott ( sn / of tile light cover ( ) lit maintenance . Turning the controls and o11 tile light housing . to the OFFposition does not discolmect this ai ) i ) liance ti'oln the _ / Jnscrew tile bull ) when cool aim power supply . replace it with an al ) l ) liance bulb of tile Salile 55i " h ) wer wattage . The dryer light is located above the dryer door opelfing . _ ] Snap the lightcover back on the light housing . Before repladng the light bulb , be sure to tmplug tile ( liTer power cord or discolmect tile dryer at tile household ( listribution Drying Rack ( on some models ) NOTE " A hand _ , drying rack Ina , _ be used for drvilw , articles such as stuffed toys pillows or • The duing rack must be used with the washable sweatels . TIMED DRYcvde . • Do not use this drying rack when there [ _ Relnoxe the lint screen . are other clothes in tile ( lI _ ' er . _ Place tile front 1 ) aTunder tile lip of tile lint screen ( 1 ) elfin , F _ ] X _ lien itelns are dis ' remoxe the rackT aim replace the lint screen . DO NO OPERATETHEDRYERWITHOUT THELINT SCREENIN PLACEUNLESS THEDRYING RACK IS IN PLACE .
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Loadingandusing thedryer . Always follow the fabric manufacturer's care label when laundering . Sortingand LoadingHints _ s a general rule , if clothes are soiled properly fi ) r tlle washe _ ; they are sol _ ed pr ( ) perly tor tlle ( hyel ; Do not add fabn _ softener sheea once the loadhas become warm Theymay causefabn _ softener stalbs Bounce _ ' Fabn _ ConditionerDryerSheetshave been approvedfor useib aft GEDryerswhen usedib accordance with the manufacturer # / bstructions . Do not ove # oad . Thiswastesenergyandcauseswnbk / / bg . Be net drythe followingitems : fiberglassitems , woolensn , bber - coateditemsp , lastics , itemswithplastictnb7and foam - filleditems . Careand Cleaningof theDryer The Exterior : Wil ) e or dust any spills ( 5i " washing The Exhaust Duct Inspect and clean the exha ust colnl ) ounds with a dam I ) cloth . DITer COlm - ol panel ducting at least once a year to prevent clogging . A and finishes may be damaged by some launch'v partially clogged exhaust can lei _ gthen the dlTing time . pretreatment soil and stain remover products , Apply these I ) ro ( hlcts away fl ' ( ) I / l the drveI ; The Follow these steps : fifl ) I'JC InaV then be washed and ( h'ied nom _ allv . Dalnage to your dryer caused b v these i ) roducts is _ ] Turn off electrical supi . q ) by disconnecting the not c ( weI'ecl by V ( S / lI " W ; lI'I ' ; llllA'k i . qug h'om the wall socket . The LintScreen : ( : lean tile lint screen heft 5re each _ Discolmect the dtlct ti ' 5 ) ill the drveI ; use . Lint buil ( lu l ) in the screen restricts air fl ( 5 _ , _ Vactltllll tile dtlct with tile hose attachlnei _ t and which causes longer dr ) { ng tilnes . Tile screen is i'ecoi _ nect the duct . located at tile 1 ) ( stt ( 5i / _ 55t tile ( hs ( sr ( sl ) elfing . ] _ . em55ve TheExhaustHootkCheck fronl tile outside that tile 1 ) y pulling straight up . ] _ elnove tile lint and replace the screen . flal ) S ( ff tile hood move fl'eely when operating . Make sure that there is no wildlite ( birds , insects , etc . ) A waxy buildup may fi ) Im on tile lint screen fl'oin nesting inside the duct ( 5i " hood . using dryer = added lift ) tic softener sheets . To relnove this buildup , wash the lint screen in waif / n , soapy wateI : DI T thoroughly and rel ) lace . D ( ) not operate the dryer without the lint screen in place .
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SpacemakerDryer Installation Models DCXH46 DSXH4346 Instructions DPXH DH4343 PSXH I fInf yCoaunhaadvae , caanryl q1 . u8e0s0t . i3o6n1s . i , 3n4t0oh0reviUsi.tSon . , crWalel h8s0i0at . eGt : gEeC . aApRpEliSa ( n8c0e0s . 4 . c3a2.2737o ) rvisitonrWehsiteat : ge . com I FOR YOUR SAFETY : BEFORE YOU BEGIN Read these instructions completely and carefully , . / k WARNING • IMPORTANT - S _ , , tehese This dryer lnust be exhausted to tile outdools . Use instIuctions fl ) r local inspector's use . only rigid inetal or flexible metal 4 " diameter ductwork tor exhausting to tile outside . Use only rigid metal 4 " • IMPORTANT - Obsei , , ell diameter ductwork inside tile di _ ' er cabinet , governing codes and ordinances . • Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these Nexer use plastic or other combustible ductwork . See instIuctions with tile Consmner . Exhausting section . • Note to Consumer - Keep these instructions This appliance must be properly grounded and tar fllture reference . installed as described ill these Installation Instructions . • Skill level - Installation of this appliance requires • Do not install or store appliance ill an area xd / ere it will basic mechanical and electrical skills . be exposed to water / weathei : See Locationof YourDryer • Completion time - 1 - 3 hours section . " Proper installation is tile responsibility of tile Tile National Fuel Gas code restricts installations of installer , gas appfimlces ill garages . Tile } ' in ust be 18 " ( 45.7 cln ) • Product tailure due to improper installation is not off the ground and protected fl'om vehicles by a covered under tile _ , Varrantv , barriei : See Location of YourDryorsection . Tile dectrical service to tile dryer nmst confimn with local codes and ordinances and the latest edition of the IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF National Electrical Code , ANSI / NFPA 70 or ill Canada , CSA C22 , 1 Canadian Electrical Code Part 1 , MASSACHUSETTS Tile gas service to tile dIyer nmst confimn with local • This product must be installed by a licensed codes and ordinances or the latest edition ot the plumber or gas fitter . National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223 . 1 or ill Canada , ° When using ball - type gas shu > off valves , they ( ] AN / C ( ; A B149 . 12 . The gas dryer is designed under shall be the T - handle type . ANSI Z 21.5.1 or ANSI / UI , 2158 - CAN / CSA C22 . 2 ( latest editions ) tar home use only . This ( hTer is not ° A flexible gas connector ; when used , must not exceed 3 feet . recolnlnended tor colnlnercial applications such as I'est ; ItlI ' ; llltS oi " beatlP , ' sahms .
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Installation Instructions PREPARING THE INSTALLATION SITE TOOLS AND MATERIALS AND UNPACKING YOUR DRYER YOU WILL NEED ] ° Prepare tile area and exhaust fi ) r installation [ ] Phillips head screwdriver of tile ne ' , _ ( h3el = [ ] Ac ! justable plie _ 5 ( at ! just leveling legs ) 2 . Check to be sm'e that the existing external [ ] Caq _ enter's level exhaust is clean and that it meets attached installation specifications . [ ] Flat or straight blade screwdriver ( may be needed fin " cord strain relief ) 3 ° Place tile ffmr corner posts fl'om tile shipping crouton on tile floox ; parallel to each othe * ; 2 - 3 " [ ] Duct tape apa _ nL ( arefldly lay tile dryer on its left side on top of tile corner posts . Remo \ v tile ioam [ ] Rigid or UI Aisted flexible metal 4 " ( 10.2 cm ) duct shipping pad . [ ] Vent hood [ ] 1 / 4 " nut driver ( renlove temfinal block access CAUTION : T , p , revent damage , do cover and install cord ) _ : LECTRIC DRYER ) not use tile control panel as a metals to pick up of I / / O ' _ e tile ( lI ' } el2 [ ] Pipe thread sealer ( GAS DRYER ) [ ] / JIAisted strain _ eliet ( may be sui ) plied with cord ) [ ] UiAismd 30A , 240V , 3 - wire , # 10 AWG minimum conductor power cord ( / J . S . existing structure ) [ ] / JiAisted 30A , 240V , 4 - wire , # 10 A _ . VG Foamshippipnagd minimmn conductor power cord is required ( U . S . new construction ) [ ] Flexible stainless steel or plastk _ coated brass commecting robe ( if allowed by building code ) ( GAS DRYER ) [ ] Open - end wrenches lot flexible robe and connector ( GAS DRYER ) 4 . Return tile dryer to all uptight position , 5 . Mo \ e tile dryer to tile desired location . 6 . Connect tile extermd exhmlst . 7 . A ( ! iust tile leveling legs to match tile washer height , Tile & yer must be le \ vl and rest firmly on all fimr le \ eling legs . 8 . Connect tile power suppl > 9 . Check tile operation ot tile power supply and venting . 10 . Place tile Owner's Manual and tile Installation Instructions ill a location where they will be noticed by tile ownel : 10
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Installation Instructions Read these instructions completely and carefully . ELECTRICAL CONNECTION ELECTRICAL CONNECTION INFORMATION FOR INFORMATION FOR GAS DRYERS ELECTRIC DRYERS A _ WARNING - T , , _ ed . cethe _ sk . f A _ WARNING - T , , reducteheriskof fire , electric shock or personal injury : fire , electric shock or personal iIIjtu3 : • DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD WITH • DO NOT USE AN I _ LTENSION CORD OR AN THIS APPLIANCE , ADAPTER PLUG WITH THIS APPLIANCE , • DO NOT , UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES , CUT OR • THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY REMOVE THE THIRD GROUNDING PRONG FROM GROUNDED . THE POWER CORD . This dryer must be electrically grounded in accordmace This dryer must be electrically grounded ha accordmace with local codes mad ordinances , or ha the absence of local with local codes mad ordhmaaces , or ha the absence of local codes , ha accordmace with the NATIONAL ELECTRICAL codes , ha accordance with the NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE , ANSI / NFPA NO . 70 or ha Cmmda CSA C22 . 1 CODE , ANSI / NFPA NO . 70 or ha Canada , CSA C22 . 1 CmmdJma Electrical Code Part 1 . Cmmdima Electrical Code Part 1 . Electrical Requirements Electrical Reqttirements • This dryer must be connected to a 208V or 240V • This dP , ' er InUSt be supplied with 120V , 60 - Hz , individual branch circuit , protected by 30 - amp drcuit and connected to a propedy grounded branch breake _ or time - delay fllses . circuit , protected by a 15 - or 20 - amp circuit breaker • Power supply : 3 - wire 240 - volt , single - phase , 60 - Hz , or time - delay fuse . Pdternating Current . ( Canada - 240 volt , single - phase , • If the electric supply provided does not meet the 60 - Hz Pdternating Current . ) above specifications , it is recommended that a licensed • Use copper conducto _ only . electrician instnll an approved outlet . • If the electric supply does not meet the above specifications , call a licensed electrician . NOTE : A wiring diagram is located trader the top panel . Ensureproperground existsbeforeuse External Ground ( if required ) An external ground wire ( not provided ) , which meets local codes , may be added by attaching it to the green ground screw on the rear of the dryer ha the upper left corner above the cord , mad to grounded metal cold water pipe or other established ground . _ 7 ' £ * . . . . . . ; I ® l Artacbgroundwire ( obtainlocally ) NOTE : A wiring diagram is located under the top panel . 11
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Installation Instructions EXHAUST SYSTEM _ / kWARNING REQUIREMENTS The dryer MUST NOT be exhausted into a chinmey , a wall , a ceiling , a commou duct with a kitchen exhaust or Use only 4 " ( 10.2 cm ) dJmneter ( minimum ) rigid metaJ any concealed space of a building which can accumulate duct for best performm _ ce , or flexible metal duct , and lint , resulting in a fire hazard . approved veut hood which has swiug - out dalnpels that DO NOT exceed tile length of duct pipe or ntm _ ber of open when the dryer is in oi ) eration , X , _ l / en the dlTer elbows allowed in tile Maximmn Length charts , i . int can stops , the dampei _ autolnatically close to i _ revent drafts accunmlate in tile exhaust system , l ) lugging tile s } : stem and aud tile eutrauce ( ff iusects aud rodeuts . To avoid creating a fire hazmvl , as xxell as increasing di ? ing times . restrictii _ g the outlet , maiimfin a miifinmln ( ff 19 " DO NOT screen the exhaust ends of the vent systeln , or ( 30.5 Cln ) clearance between the vent hood and the use any screws or rivets to asselnble tile exhaust s ) steln . ground or any other obstruction . I , int can become caught in the screen , on the screws or It all rigid inetal duct calmot be used , then flexible rivets , clogging the duct work and creating a fire hazard all - metal vei _ ting can be used , but it will reduce the as well as ii _ creasing drying tilnes . Use an ai ) proved vent um _ umln recolnmei _ ded duct length . See Additional hood to tennilmte the duct outdooI _ , and seal all joints h _ stallation h _ sO'uctions tollowiug . with duct tape . _ dl inale duct pipe fittings MUST be installed dowi _ stream with the flow ot all : Correct EXPLOSION HAZARD . Do not install tile ( hyer where gasoline or other flamlnal ) les are kept or stored . If tile diTer is installed in a garage , it lnust be a uliuinlunl ot 18 " ( 45.7 Cln ) above the flooi : [ < Sfihu'e to do so can result in death , explosion , fire or burns . Incorrect ADDITIONAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS If all rigid metal duct calmot be used , then flexible all - metal venting can be used , but it will reduce the nmxiumm recomlnei _ ded duct length . In spedal . / k WARNING - Thefollowing are specific installations when it is imi ) ossible to lnake a coimection requiremeuts for proper mid safe operatiou with tile above recomlnei _ datioi _ s , then UL - llsted clothes of your dryer . Faihue to follow these instructions can dryer ( * mlsition duct ma x be used as ti'al _ sition venting create excessive drying times mid fire hazards . between tile ( liTer and wall COlmecfion OldV . Tile use ot this ducting will affect dryii _ g tilne . DO NOT ttse i ) lastic flexible duct to exhatLst tile dIyeI : If flexible mmsition duct is necessary , only UL - listed duct Excessive lint can b / fild ul ) inside exhaust system and create identified for use with dothes dryers is approved . a fire hazard and restrict air flox _ : Restricted air flow will increase dITiug times . If your preseiu systeln is lnade up of The following directions must be followed . plastic duct or lnetal toil duct , replace it with rigid or ' ) Use tile shortest length possible . flexible lnetal duct . Ensure the present duct is free of any liut prior to installiug dryer duct . • Stretch tile duct to its umxinmm length . If the dryer is not exhausted outdoors , some fine lint will • Do uot Cl'tlsh Ol " collapse . be expelled into the laundry area . An accuumlatioi _ of lint " Never use transition duct inside the wall or inside in anv area of the home can create a health and fire haa _ M . the diwei : This dryer exhaust system MUST BE EXHAUSTED TO THE OUTSIDE of the dwelling . " Avoid resting tile duct on shaq ) objects . DO NOT allow conlbusfible inaterials ( for exalnl ) le : ' ) Venting umst coI _ flmn to local building codes . clothing , di _ q ) eries / curtains , paper ) to coine in contact wifll exhaust svstelIl . 12
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Installation Instructions EXHAUST DUCTING LENGTH EXHAUST DIRECTION _ MIdrveI _ are slfii ) ped set tlI ) for rear exhausting . Tim exhaust systeln should be inspected and cleaned a On electric dryeI _ , exhausting can be on tile cabinet right nfilfinmm of evei T year with noi _ nal usage . Tile more tim or left side , or through tile dryer bottom . Gas dlTei _ can ( liTer is used , tile more often you should check tile exhaust exhaust on the cabinet iJght side or the ( liTer bottom . To system and vent hood fin " l ) rol ) er ol ) elvltion . change exhaust directioi _ you will need Exhaust ICdtPub . • DO NOT asselnble the duct work with tilstenei _ that No . 14 - All 18 a nd a dgid metal 4 " 90 - degree elbow . The kit extend into the duct . They will serve as collection points is a \ : lilable through your GE retailei ; Follow the fin " lint . instructions supplied with the kit . " Insulation - Ductwork which runs through an unheated area or is near an air coi _ ditiolfing duct should be ! t " otherside DIMENSIONS l 5 7 / 8 " insulated to reduce coi _ dei _ sadon and lint buildup . ( 15cm ) l / Sameas EXHAUSTDUCTLOCATING 43 / 8 " " / _ 35 / 16 " { 11cm } MAXIMUM LENGTH { 34cm ) of 4 " ( 10.2cm ) Oia . FLEXIBLEMETALTUBING PREFERRED VENT HOOD TYPE 4 " ( 10.2cm ) Louvered 3 3 / 4 " ( 9.5cm ) of90 ° Number _ 1 4 " 1 ! _ turns _ . ) l . . i110 , 2c , . ) l . < - _ { & as 2.5 " cln 0 30 ' ( 9.14 m ) 18 ' ( 5.49 m ) GAS SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS 1 22 ' ( 6.71 m ) 14 ' ( 4.27 m ) Replace brass Colmecting pipe that is not plastic - coated . 2 14 ' ( 4.27 m ) 10 ' ( 3.05m ) Stainless steel or plastic - _ ' oated brass MUST be used . MAXIMUM LENGTH . LEWARNING : Ne , , ei - lo - eld . s * elexible of 4 " ( 10.2cm ) Dia . RIGIDMETALDUCT connectors . The rise of old flexible connectors can cause PREFERRED VENT HOOD TYPE gas leaks and personal illjut } : Alwa } s use NEW flexible 4 " ( 10.2cm ) Louvered connectors _ d _ en installing a gas appliance . of 90 ° 1 . Installation MUST confimn with local codes , or in the Ntuumrnbser 4 " 25 " - - _ 1 ( 102c1 , , ) 1 _ - - - _ ( c635 _ . absence ot local codes , with the National Fuel Gas Code , ANSI Z223 . 1 ( latest edition ) or in Canada , the 0 60 ' ( 18.28 m ) 48 ' ( 14.63 m ) current CAN / ( _ GA B149 . 1 52 ' ( 15.84 m ) 40 ' ( 12.19 m ) 2 44 ' ( 13.41 m ) 32 ' ( 9.75 m ) 2 . Tile gas supply line should be of 1 / 2 " ( 1.27 cm ) rigid 3 32 ' ( 9.75 m ) 24 ' ( 7.31 m ) pipe . 4 28 ' ( 8.53 m ) 16 ' ( 4.87 m ) 3 . If codes allo _ ; fle _ ble metal tubing may be used to connect your ( hTer to the gas supply line . The INSTALL MALEFITTINGS IN robing MUST be constructed of stainless steel or CORRECTDIRECTION plastic - coated brass . 4 . The gas supply line MUST have an individual shutoff wllve . 5 . A 1 / 8 " ( 0.32 cm ) NPT plugged tapping , accessible fin " test gauge connection , MUST be installed immediately upstrean _ of tile gas supply COlmection to tile dryei : 6 . The dla'er MUST be discolmected fl'oln the gas supply i ) iping s } : steln dtu _ ing any pressure testing of the gas supply i ) iping systeln at test pressures in excess of 1 / 2 psig ( 3.45 kPa ) . 7 . The dla'er MUST be isolated fl'om the gas supply i ) iping svsteln dtu _ ing any i ) ressure testing of the gas supply i ) iping s } : stem at test i ) ressures equal to or less than 1 / 2 psig ( 3.45 kPa ) . 13
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Installation Instructions LOCATION OF YOUR DRYER Allow the following clearances for ease of installation : Do Not Install the Dryer : FRONT SLOES REAR TOP 1 . Do not h _ stall the & cyer in an area exposed to dripping Alcove , stack , 3 " ( 7.6cm ) 0 ( 0cm ) 3 " ( 7.6cm ) 0 ( 0cm ) water or outside weather c ( mditions . undercounter or closet 2 . Do not h _ stall the dryer in an area where it will come in contact with curtains , drapes or anything that will THIS DRYER MUST BE EXHAUSTED OUTDOORS . obstruct tile flow of combustion and x entilation ai _ : 5 . Tile following illustrations show minimum clearance 3 . Do not h _ stall the dryer on caq ) et . diillensions t0r pI'oper opei'ation in a recess or closet installation . Floor MUST be solid with a ma _ mum sh ) pe of 1 " ( 5 ( 2 . : 4 cm ) . ii . . _ H _ , . 0 _ " ( Ocm ) ii II Undercounter Installation : If an undercounter * installation is desired , tile dryer MUST have a top sheet kit installed , Pub . No . 14 - A008 . I ¢ dt is a \ : filable through your GE retaile _ : * Custom - sized countertop is required . Installation in Recess or Closet : 1 . This dryer MUST be exhausted outdo ( n _ . 2 . No other tirol burning appliance shall be installed in tile _ , , , . , . . 3 _ , , , , . . 3 same closet as the GAS DRYER . II ( 76cm ) II ( 7.6clrl ) ii ii 3 . Your dryer needs the space around it fin " proper xentilation . DO NOT INSTALL YOUR DRYER IN A CLOSET WITH A SOLID DOOR , 4 . Closet do ( n _ m ust be louvered or otherwise ventilated and must contain a minimum of 60 sq . in . ( ff open area equally distributed . If the closet contains both a washer and a ( hTe _ ; do ( n _ must contain a minimum of 120 sq . in . of open area equally ( listrJbumd . Mr openings are required to be unobstructed when a door is installed . A hmvered door with equi \ _ dent air openings fin " tile fifll length of the door is acceptable . ( 7.6cm ) 60 sq . in . ( 387.1sq.cm ) O i i ( 387.1sq.cm ) I ! in . ( 7.6clrl ) Closetdoor 14
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Installation Instructions MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION ROUGH - IN DIMENSIONS 1 , Dryer MUST be exhausted outside ( outdoing , not beneath the mobile home ) using metal ducting that will 267 / 8 " _ 1 ( 68.3cm ) not support combustion . Metal ducting must be 4 " ( l 0 . l 6 cm ) in diamemr with no obstructions . Rigid metal / duct is preferred . Electriccaol nnection 2 , If the dryer is exhausmd through the flora ; the exhaust t svsmm MUST NOT temfinate beneath the mobile Under counter home . Temfination MUST be secm'elv fi _ stened to the 345 / 8 " mobile home structm'e . ( 87.9cm ) 29 / 16 " _ , 3 . When installing a gas ( hyer into a mobile home , a ( 6.6cm _ T ' _ 139 / 16 " provision illtlSt be made tin " outside make - up air . This provision is to be not less than twice the area of the ( hwer exhaust outlet . ( 34.5cm ) ] 36 " ( g1 . 5cm ) 1 © 4 . Gas ( h've _ 5 MUST be fi _ stened to the floor using Mobile Home Installation t4dt Pub . No . 14 - D346 - 33 . ! - f _ 3 / 16 " ( 0.48cm ) Dia . 5 , See the Exhaust System Requirements section fin " other 33 / 4 " gaspipe important venting infiwmation . ( 9.5cm ) 6 . Installation MUST confimn to cmTent Manufi _ cmred REAR VIEW Home Construction & Safety Standard ( which is a Federal Regulation Title 24 CFR - - Part 32 - 80 ) m ; when such standard is not applicable , with / hnerican 47 1 / 2 " National Standard fin " Mobile Homes , ANSI / NFPA No . ( 120.7cm } 501B . In Canada , the CSA Z240 is applicable . 3 / 4 " ( 1.9cm ) Correct < Dooropen 90 ° Incorrect 4 3 / 8 " Don't ( 11.1cm7 " " - _ ! 0pti0na _ . , L . ' _ L ventknockout • . ' - i _ _ 253 / 4 " _ _ t ( 65.4cm ) 33 / 4 " ( 9.5cm ) SIDEVIEW Thedryer is designedunderANSIZ 21.5.1 . SERVICING - Consideration m ust be given to provide adequate clearances t0r installation and servicing . 15
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Installation Instructions ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION FOR GROUNDING REQUIREMENTS ELECTRIC DRYERS WARNING : mp , , , p . e , . , . ecti , , , . , fthe eqtfipment - grounding conductor can result in a risk _ ff ik WARNING : Thef . ll , , wi . g electric shock . Check Mth a licensed electrician if you are in requirements for proper and sate electrical installation oI doubt as to whether the appliance is properly grounded . your d _ Te _ : [ _ filure to follow these instructions can create electrical shock and / or a fire hazard . The d _ 3 ' er MUST be grounded . In the event el a malflmction or b _ eakdown , grounding will reduce the risk This appliance MUST be i ) roperly grounded . of electrical shock by creating a path of least resistance tot Electrical shock can result if the dryer is not properly electrical current . grounded . Follow the instructions in this manual tot proper grounding . Grotmding must be in accordance Mth local codes and ordinances , or in the absence el local codes , in accordance DO NOT use an extension cord with this ( h _ ' e _ : Some with the National Electrical Code _ NSI / NFPA No . 70 . extension cords are not designed to withstand the amounts of electrical ctm'ent this ( hTer utilizes and can melt , For a grounded , cord - comaected electric dryer : creating electrical shock and / or fire ha / m'd . I , ocate the If your chyer is equiI ) I ) ed with a power sui ) ply cord having dryer within reach ( ff the wall outlet , ta ! dng into account an equil ) ment - grounding conductor and a grounding the length of power cord to be purchased and allowing plug , the plug MUST be plugged into an ai ) propfiate , sore e slack in the cord . Refer to Electrical Requirements in coppe _ vired receptacle ( in the U . S . ) , or in Canada , an this manual for the proper power cord to be purchased . ai ) propfiam outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances . If in A LllAisted strain relict must be installed onto power cord . If the strain relict is not attached , the cord can be pulled doub _ call a licensed electrician . out of the dryer and can be cut by any movement _ ff the For a permmmntly cmmected dectric dryer : cord , resulting in electrical shock . " The dryer MUST be connected to a grounded met ; fl , NOTE : D _ ' e _ s operating on 208 - volt power supi ) ly will permanent wiring system ; or an equii ) ment - grounding have longer ( h3 ' ing times than those operating conductor must be rtm with the circuit conductors and on 240 - volt power supI ) ly : connected to the equil ) ment - grounding terminal or lead A wiring diagwam is located under the top panel . on the appliance . For a grom _ ded , cord - commcted gas dryer : • This chyer is equii ) i ) ed with a three - prong ( grounding ) plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be phtgged directly inU _ a properly grounded three - prong receptacle . Do not cut or remove the grounding prong fl'om this l ) lug . Do not modit ) ' the l ) lug on this appliance . If it will not fit the outlet , have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician . 16
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Installation Instructions 3 - WIRE SYSTEM FOR 4 - WIRE SYSTEM FOR ELECTRIC DRYERS ELECTRIC DRYERS NOT for use in Canada . Effective Jaamaacy 1 , 1996 : The National Electrical Code DO NOT use for Mobile Home Installations , requires that new construction ( non e _ sting ) utilize a 4 - wire connection to an electric ( h _ e _ : NOT for use on new construction . In Cmmda a 4 - wire power supply cord is h _ stalled on 1 . ReInove the screws securing the temfinal block access the dryer , cover and the strain relict mounting bracket located on 1 . Remove the screws secming the terminal block access the back of the ( hwer upper corne _ : cover and the strain relief mounting bracket located on 2 . Install a UiAisted strain relief into the power cord entry the back of the ( hTer upper corne _ : hole ot the I / / o / Inting bracket . Finge > tighmn the n / It 2 , h _ stall a LrIAisted strain reliel in the ent _ " hole of only at this time . the mortaring bracket . Finger - tighten the nut only at this thne . Silverterminal Greengroundscrew 3 , Remove the green neutral ( * rotmd wire from the green ground screw located aboxe the temfinal block . Typica4lcto1r1 Black240V condu - I _ Greenneutral groundwire ! ut 4TYcI : ioCnlucct0orrd _ White neutral receptac _ le1 lighten nut to _ - _ Red240V _ ' Greenground 4 , Thread a UIAisted 30A , 240V , 4 # l 0 A _ . VGminiumm copper conductor power cord through the strain relie £ Use copper 5 , Attach the green power cord grotmd wire to the conductors only . Strainrelief mountinbgracket cabinet with the green ground screw . 6 . Attach the white ( neutral ) power cord condtlctor fFOI / / 3 . Thread a UI Aisted 30A , 240V , 3 # 10 AWG minim um the power cord and the green grotmd wire ti'om the copper conductor power cord through the strain relieL dryer harness to the silver - colored center mmfinal on the temfinal block , Tighten the screw secm'elv , 4 . Attach the power cord neutral ( center wire ) conductor to the silvePcolored center temfinal on the temfinal , Attach the red and black power cord conductors to the outer brass - colored temfinals on the temfinal block . block . Tighten the screw secm'el > Greenpowecr ordgroundwire 5 . Attach the remaining two power cord o / iter con ( hlctoi's Greenground _ / to the outer brass - colored temfinals on the temfinal screw " _ _ . / _ Silvetrerminal block . Tighten both scrm _ : s secm'elv . d _ _ Tenei , , a , block WARNING : 1 , , , not inake a sharp bend or Greeveutra ' _ _ . t gr0un0w , re crimp wiring / conductor at connections . / , , _ " f ' - - _ " ' _ gi / ' _ ' Wb . . i . t . e . . Nut Red / _ _ / / lightennutto 6 . Reattach the strain relief mortaring bracket to the back of the dryer with screws provided . Tighten screws _ _ , _ JI _ / _ tbese threads securely . L , _ " HI relief 1 / T _ 7 . Tighten the screws secming the cord restraint firefly Powecrord / " " leounting _ [ A _ lJr % _ bracket against the power cord . 8 . Tighten the strain relief nut secm'ely so that the strain relief does not turn . WARNING : D , , not inake a sharp bend or crimp wiring / conductor at the connections . 9 . Reinstall the temfinal block access coxe _ : 8 . Tighten the screws secm'ing the cord restraint firefly against the power cord . 9 . Tighten the strain relief nut securely so the strain relief does not [ tlI'II . 10 . Reinstall the temfinal block access covei : 17
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Installation Instructions GAS CONNECTION FOR . / k CAUTION : Before operating tile dI ) ' eI ; make sure tile drxer area is clear and fl'ee from GAS DRYERS combustible materials , gasoline , and other flanmmble 1 . I { emove tile shipping cap flxm _ gas pipe at tile rear ot wq ) ot _ . _ Mso see that nothing ( such as boxes , tile dryer : clothing , etc . ) ol > tructs tile flow of combustion and ventilation ai _ : Conversion to LP Gas : DO NOT connect tile ( hyer to I , P gas service without converting tile gas wflve . An I , P 6 . Rtm tile dryer through a cycle check fin " proper conve _ ion kit ( Pub . No . 14 - A038 ) MUST be installed opei'a [ ion . b v a qualified gas technician . NOTE : On gas drye _ , befin'e tile bm'ner will light , it is a . Comlect a 1 / 2 " ( 1.27 cm ) I . D . semi - rigid necessary fin " the gas line to be bled of ai _ : If the bm'ner or approved pipe fl'om gas supply line to does not light within 45 seconds the fi _ t time the dryer is the 3 / 8 " ( 0,96 cm ) pipe located on the back of the turned on , tile satety switch will shut tile burner off . If this dryeI : Use a l / 2 " to 3 / 8 " ( 1.27 cm to 0.96 cm ) happens , tm'n tile timer to Ol _ " and wait 5 minutes befl ) re reducer fin " a comlection . Apply an approved thread making another attempt to light . sealer that is resistant to the corrosive action of 7 . If u ) ur dryer does not operate , please review the liquefied gases on all pipe comlections , Troubleshooting lips section in this manual befi ) re b , Open the shutoff \ : live in the gas supply line , calling fin " service . 8 . Place these instructions in a location near the dryer fin . c . Test all connections by brushing on a soapy water sohltion . fimn'e reterence . . / k WARNING : NEVERTEST FOR GAS LEAKS WITH AN OPEN FLAME . 2 , Cmmect tile exhaust duct to outside exhaust system . Use duct tape to seal all joints . 3 . With tile dryer ill its final position , at ! just one or inore ot tile legs until tile dryer is resting solidly on all fimr legs . Place a level on top of the d _ ve _ : THE DRYER MUST BE LEWEL AND RESTING SOLIDLY ON ALL FOUR LEGS . 4 . Plug tile power cord into a gro / mded outlet . NOTE : Check to ensm'e tile power is off at circuit breaker / fllse box befin'e plugging tile power cord into the outlet , 5 . Tm'n on tile power at tile circuit breaker / fllse box . 18
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Stacking Instructions MOUNTING THE DRYER TO WARNING : THE WASHER • To reduce the risk of electric shock , disconnect this appliance ti'om the power supply befin'e attempting The numbers in the illustration correspond to steps . any user maintenance . Turning tile controls to tile 1 . Remove the washer top panel by first removing the 4 OFF position does not disconnect this appliance ti'om tile power sui _ ply . scre _ vs in tile 2 brackets located on tile top rear oI tile washeI : • Refer to tile washer and ( h - vet installation instructions prior to stacking appliances . Reading all of the Slide tile top fin'ward , lift tile fl'ont ( ff tile top up and remove the top panel . infimnation contained in these instructions will simpli { } ' tile installation and ensure a correct and sate operation . Remove the 2 brackets ti'om the rear of the top panel . A fire hazard and / or personal iqim T could result fl'oln improper installation . 2 . Using the 4 screws that were removed in step 1 , install tile brackets in tile rear support as shown . 3 , Remove the 4 scre _ vs and the 2 long fl'ont brackets TOOLS REQUIRED FOR STACKING located on the top fl'ont oI the washe _ ; THE DRYER 4 . Install the 2 new fl'ont mounting brackets provided and tile 4 scrmvs that were removed in step 3 . Note that tile tab of tile ti'ont mounting bracket is ti _ cing fin'ward as • Phillips head screwdriver shown in tile illustration . • Cham _ el - lock a ( ! iustable plie _ f 19
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Stacking Instructions - Reversing Door Swing 8 . Insert the 2 long screws provided in the kit through Thenumbers in the illustration correspond to steps . the holes in the dryer ti'ont panel and install into the fl'ont mounting brackets . 5 . Using the blade end ofa putb ' knite co ' , ered with masking tape , carefllll ) rem . . . o . xe the hole I _ lugs , located 9 . Install the hole i ) lugs removed in step 5 . in the 1 ) otmm of the ( h - vet fl'ont panel . 10 . Refer to the washer and dryer installation instructions 6 , Remoxe the 4 legs from the dr } er base . fin " proper installation and fimction . 7 . Place the dryer on top of the washe _ : Slide the dr } er 11 . Save the top panel and brackets in the case offlmu'e back into the rear brackets ( 7A ) then drop the fl'ont side - by - side rise . down oxer the ti'ont brackets ( 7B ) . ® \ \ REVERSING THE DRYER DOOR SWING 1 . Open the d _ ' er doo _ : Remove the 4 hinge hole phlgs or screws fl'om the left side of door opening . Place nearby fl ) r fllture installation . NOTE : Youmay need a plastic knife to help pull out the plugs . Be careful not to scratch the paint . 2 . Remove the fimr screws that secure the door hinges to the dryer fl'ont panel . NOTE : Remove l screw from each of the 2 hinges first . Hold the door firmly before removing the last 2 screws . 3 . Rotate the door 180 ° and reinstall the door hinges to the ( h ? ' er tixmt panel with the 4 screws . 4 . Install the 4 hinge hole i ) lugs or scre _ : s that were removed in stop 1 into the open screw holes on the right side of the door opening . Remov4escrews onefrom 2O
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Before you call forservice . . . Troubleshooting - tips Save time and money ! Review the charts on the following pages first and you may not need to call for service . Possible Causes What ToDo Dryer doesn't start Dryer is unplugged • Make sure the ( hTer plug is pushed c ( ) mi ) letely into the outlet . Fuse is blown / dreuit breaker is • Check tile building's flase / circuit breaker box and tripped replace fltse or reset breakel ; NOTE . " Electric drvel _ use two fl / ses / bl'eakel _ . Thermal limiter tripped • Check the vent fi : q " any obstructions . Call authorized seYvice l ) elNou fi ) l " l'epl ; iceI / / eut , if uecessai'v . Dryer doesn't heat Fuse is blown / circtfit breaker is • Check the buihling's htse / circuit breaker box and tripped , the dryer may tumble replace fitse or reset breaker : Your dryer may tumble but not heat if only one fl / se is blown or one breaker tripped . Gas service is off • Make sure gas slmtott at dryer and main shutoff are fidly ( ) l ) en . LP gas supply tmlk is empty • Refill or replace tank . Dryer should heat wheu utility or there has been a utility service is restored . interruption of natural gas ( gas models ) Otyershakes ormakes Some shakh _ g / noise is normal . • Move dis'el ' , to an even floor space , or at ! just ooise Dryer may be sitting unevenly leveling legs as necessary until even . Greasy spots on clothes Improper use of fabric softener • Follow directions on tiO ) ric sotteuer l ) ack : we _ . Drying dirty items with clean ones • Use votu " drrer to d D " only cle : m items . Dirty items can stail _ clean items and the drveI : Clothes were not completely dem _ • Sometimes stains which cannot be seen when the clothes are wet appearafler drying . Use proper washing procedures befl ) re drying . Lint on clothes Lint Filter is full • Clean lint screen befi ) re each load . Improper sorting • Sort lint i ) roduce _ s ( like chenille ) from lint collectors ( like corduroy ) . Static dectricity can atlract lint • See suggestions in this section uudel " STATIC . Overloading • Sel ) al'ate lal'ge loads iuto Slualler ( ) lies . Paper , tissue , etc . , left in pockets • EmpF all pockets bet0re laundering clothes . 2 /
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Before you call forservice . . . Possible Causes What ToDo Staticoccurs • TI _ ' a fid _ fic softeuei : Overdrying • A ( ! iust controls fin " less drying . No fabric softener was used • Tl - v a tidglJC sottelleY . Synthetics , permmmnt press mad • Tin ' a fabric s ( _ tteuer . blends can cause static Inconsistendt ryingtimes Type of heat • Automatic drying times will vary according to the D'pe ot heat used ( electric , uatm'al or LP gas ) , size ( ff load , D'pes of fid _ fics , wetness of clothes and condition ot exhaust ducts . Clothes take too long Improper sorting • Separate hea \ T items fl'om lightweight items ( generally , to dry a well - sorted washer load is a well - sorted dryer load ) . Large loads of heavy fabrics ( like • lm'ge heavv thbrics contain more moisture mad take beach towels ) hmger to dl y . Separate large , hea \ _ ' tid _ fics into smaller loads to speed d _ ying time . Controls improperly set • Match control settings to the h > ad you are drvin Lint filter is full • ( 3eau lint filter heft ) re eveYv h ) ad . hnproper or obstructed ducthag • Check Installation Instructions fiw proper ductiug / ventiug . Make sure ducting is clean , fl'ee ot kinks and m _ obstmcted . • ( Jwck to see if outside wall damper operates easily . • Check the Installation Instructions to make sure the dryer veutiug is COITeCt . Blown fuses or tripped circuit • Replace filses or reset circuit breakel _ . Since most breaker drvet _ use two fl / ses / breakel _ , make sm'e both are operating . Overloading / combhahag loads • Do not put more th : m one washer load in tile dryer at a till / e , Underloadhag • If yot / ; ll'e dDiug only one of two items , add a tew itelus to eust / l'e l ) roper tumbling . Clothes are wrinkled Overdryhag • Select a shoYter ( hTiug time . • Remove items while they still hold a slight amount of moistm'e . Select a LESS DRY setting . Letting items sit ha dryer after • I > _ emove items wheu cycle ends ; 111 ( 1fi ) ld or hang cycle ends immediatelv . Overloading • Sel ) al'ate large loads into smaller ones . Clothesshrink Some fabrics will nat urally shrhlk • To avoid shrinkage , fi ) llow gam _ ent care labels exactly . when washed . Others can be • Some items may be pressed back into shape after drvin safely washed , but will shri _ k ha the dryer • If you are concerned about shrinkage in a l ) articular item , do not machine wash or tumble dry it . 22
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GEDryer Warranty . ( Focrustomers in the United States ) Aft warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . Toschedule service , Proof of the original purchase on - line , 24 hours a day , visit us at ge . com , or call 800 . GE.CARES date is needed to obtain service ( 800.432.2737 ) P . lease have serial number and model number under the warranty . available when calling for service . GE Will Replace : Any part ot the dryer which tails due t ( , a defect in materials or workmanship . During this Fromthe date ofthe limited one - year warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all lal ) or and related service origbal purchase costs to replace the ( lefecti \ ' e part . • Service trips to your home to teach you how to use • Dmnage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . the product . • hnproper hastaJlation , delivery or maJntenmlce . • h _ cidentaJ or consequential dmnage caused by possible defects with this applimlce . • FaAlure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other thm _ the intended purpose or used commercially . • Dmnage caused after delivery . • Replacement of the light bulb . • Product not accessible to provide required service . • Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repair as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose , are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law . This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA . If the product is located in an area where service by a GEAuthorized Servicer is not available , you may be responsible for a trip charge or you may be required to bring the product to an Authorized GEService location for service . In Alaska , the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state . To know what your legal rights are , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state's Attorney General . Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 24
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GEDryer Warranty . ( Focr . stomeinrsCanada ) All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , or an authorized technician . For service , call 1.800.361.3400 . Please have serial number and model number available when calling for service . GE Will Replace : Anypart ot the dryer which tails due to a defect in materials or workmanship , During this Fromthe date of the limited one - year warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all labor and related service origina ! purchase costs to replace the defective part . • Service trips to your home to teach you how to use • Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . the product . • Improper hlstallation , delivery or mah _ tenm _ ce . • Damage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . • Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other thml the intended purpose or used commercially . • h _ cidentaJ or consequentiaJ damage caused by possible defects with this applimlce . • Product not accessible to provide required service . • Damage to f'nfish not reported within 48 hours followh _ g the delivery of the applim _ ce . EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repa # as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the implied warranties of merehantability or fitness for a particular purpose , are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law . This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within Canada . In - home warranty service will be provided in areas where it is available and deemed reasonable by Camco to provide . X4 ( _ RI ? , ANTOI ) , IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ( : ONSEQUENTL _ I , DAMAGES ] ] Warrantor : CAMCO IN ( ; . ] 25
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ConsumerSupport . f " l gEAppliancesWebsite i , , the _ . 8g . : o . cam an } do } of tile } ear ' . For greater convenience and thster service you can now download Ox _ ner's Mmmals , Have a question or need assistance with ? am " appliance ? % ) tile GE Appliances " _ \ _ bsite 24 ham's a day , order pat _ s , catalogs , or even schedule service on - line . You can also " _ sk Ore " Team of Experts ' " ' } our questions , and so much more . . . In Canada : geappliances . ca . ScheduleService i , , the _ . , . 08e . : . c0m Expert ( ; E iepair service is onl ) one step awa } fl'om } am " dooi : ( ; et on - line and schedule } our service at _ otu " convenience 24 ham's an } dm of tile ? ear ! Or call 800 . ( ; E . ( Z _ RES ( 800.432.2737 ) during mmnal business ham's . In Canada , cab 1.800.361.3400 . RealLifeDesignStudio i , , the _ . , . 08e . : . c0m GE supports tile l _ ) nivei _ al Design concept - - p _ oducts , services and environI / / ents that call be used by people _ ffall ages , sizes and capabilities . We recognize the need to design tbr a wide range of physical and mental abilities and impairments . For details of GE's lJnive _ al Design applications , including ldtchen design ideas fbr people with disabilities , check out our Website today . For tile hearing impaired , please call 800 . TDD.GEAC ( 800.833.4322 ) . In Canada , contact : Managei ; Consumer Relations , Cameo , Inc . Suite 310 , 1 Factm ) ' Lane Moncton , N . B . E1C 9M3 ExtendedWarranties In tile U . S . : go . cam Purchase a ( ; E extended _ < uTant } and learn about special discomlts that are available _ llile } our _ < m'ant } is still in effect . You can pro'chase it on - line am _ • ime , or call 8 1 ) 1 ) . 0 - 2 _ 6.22.2 . . 4 . dining mmnal business hom _ . GE Consmner Home Services will still be there after } our warrant } expires . In Canada , call 1.888.261.2133 . PartsandAccessories In tile U . S . : go . cam Individuals qualified to secdce their own appliances can have pmnrs or accessories sent direcdy to their homes ( VISA , MasterCard and Discover caIds ate accepted ) . Order on - line today , 24 hours every clay or by phone at 800.626.2002 during mmnal business ham's . instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to he performed by any user . Other servicing generally should he referred to qualified service personnel Caution must he exercised since improper servicing may cause unsafe operation . Customel _ in Caznada shouM consult tile yellow pages for tile nearest Camco service ( entel . or call 1.888.261.3055 . ContactUs In tile U . S . : go . cam If you are not satisfied with tile service you receive Dora GE , contact us on our Website with all tile details including your phone numbe _ ; or write to : General Manage _ ; Customer Relations GE Appliances , Appliance Park Louisville , KY 40225 In Canada . " geappliaaaces . ca , or write to : Directm ; Consumer Relations , Camco , Inc . Suite 310 , 1 Factory Line Moncton , N . B . El ( ' : 9M3 RegisterYourAppliance i , , the u . s . : _ e , _ 0m commtmication and prompt service trader the temps of } our " , _ arran _ , , _ should tile need raise . Yo _ . lma } also Register your new appliance on - line - - - at your convenience ! Timel } product iegistrafion will allow for enhanced mail in tile pre - pfinted registration card included in tile pacMng material . In Canada : geappliaaaces . ca . 26
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