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wvvw . GEAppliances . com Safety Instruc _ tions . . . . . . . 2 - 4 Operating Instructions DBLR3 3 3 Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 , 6 DBSR453 Control Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 DBXR463 Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 , 9 DHDSR45 I , oading and Using DJXR 4 _ 3 the D _ yer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 DLSR483 Reversing the Door . . . . . . . . . 10 Venting the D _ yer . . . . . . . . . . 12 DRSR48 3 DS4500 Troubleshooting Tips . . . 13 , 14 DVLR223 D WSR483 Consumer Support D WXR48 3 Consumer Support . . Back Cover DX2300 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 DX4500 EED 4500 E ( ; D4500 Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # You can find them on a label on the fl'ont ot the ( hwer behind the doo _ : 500A277P053 175D1807P469 49 - 90200 - 1 06 - 04 JR
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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 . • Installationand service must be • Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vaporsand liquids in the performed bya qualified installer , vicinity of this or any other appliance . service agency or the gas supplier . WHATTODOIF YOUSMELLGAS : [ ] Do not tryto light a match , or cigarette , or [ ] Immediately call yourgas supplier from 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 phone in yourbuilding . [ ] ff youcannot reach yourgas supplier , call the fire department [ ] Clear the room , buildingor area of all occupants . Cafifomia Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act This act requires tile governor ( ff ( ; alifornia to publish a list ( ff substances known to tile state to cause cancei ; birth deli _ cts or other reproductive hahn and requires 1 ) usinesses to warn custolnei _ of potential eXl ) OS / lI'e tO Stlch s / Ibst _ lnces . Gas api ) liances can cause ininor exposure to four ( ff these substances , nanlely benzene , carbon n _ onoxide , fimnaldehyde and soot , caused i ) iilnalily by tile ii _ cOlni ) lem cond ) ustion of natural gas or I , P fimls . Properly a _ ! justed dryei _ will nfilfimize ii _ comi ) lete combustion . Exposure to these substances can be nfilfilnized flu'ther b ) ' i ) roperly venting the dryer to the outdooi _ . PROPEIRNSTALLATION This dryer must be properly installed and located in accordance with the Installation Instructions % before it is used . If you did not receive an Installation Instructions sheet , you can receive one by visiting GEAppliances . com , or by calling 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . • Prol ) erlv , , gr ° und ( ha'er to confimn with all Exhaust / Ducting governing codes and ordinances . Follow details in Installation Instructions . [ ] Gas dr } e _ MUSTbe exhausted to tile outside . ] Use onl } rigid metal 4 " dianleter ductworkinetal • Install or store where it will not be exposed to inside tile dryer cabinet . Use ( ) ill ) rigid temperatures below fl'eezing or exposed to the or flexible inetal 4 " dialneter ductwork fin " weathei ; which could cause i ) elmanent dalnage exhausting to the outside . USE OFPLASTIC OR and invalidate tile warranty . OTHERCOMBUSTIBLE DUCTWORK CAN CAUSE • Colmect to a i ) ropelty rated , protecmd and sized A FIRE . PUNCTURED DUCTWORK CAN CAUSEA power supi ) ly circuit to avoid electrical overload . FIREIF IT COLLAPSESORBECOMES OTHERWISE RESTRICTEDIN USE ORDURING INSTALLATION . • Remove all shin 1 ) packing imms and dispose of all shiI ) I ) ing inaterials propelt > For complete details , fi ) llow tile Installation ] llstrtlctions ,
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wvvw . GEAppliances . com A WARNING ' ! YOUfLl AUNDflYAflEA • Keep the area underneath and around your • Kee I ) all latmch _ ' aids ( such as detergents , bleaches , etc . ) out of the reach ( ff children , appliances flee of combustfl ) le materials ( lint , paper ; rags , etc . ) , gasoline , chemicals and preferably in a locked cabinet . Observe all other flammable \ : q ) ors and liquids . warnings on container labels to avoid iqjm T . • Nee I ) the floor arotmd your appliances clean • Never climb on or stand on the ( hTer top . and ( hw to reduce the possibili F of slipping . • Close supervision is necessm T if this appliance is used bv or near chiMren . Do not allow children to play on , with or inside this or anv other appliance . WHENUSINGYOUfDl flYEfl • Never reach into the dryer while the drum is • The latmdt T process can reduce the flame retardancv oflhbrics . To avoid such a result , moving . Before loading , mfloading or adding clothes , wait tmtil the drum has completely carefifllv tollow the gmment malmfi _ cturer's care instrtlctions . stopped . • Clean the lint filter before each load to prevent • Do not dry articles containing rubbe _ ; plastic lint accumulation inside the d _ wer or in the or similar materials such as padded bras , tennis room . O0 NOT OPERATETHEORYER WITHOUT shoes , galoshes , bath mats , rugs , bibs , baby pants , THELINT FILTERIN PLACE . plastic bags , pillows , etc . that nlav melt or btlrn . Some rubber materials , when heated , can trader • Do not wash or ( h y articles that have been certain circumstances produce fire by cleaned in , washed in , soaked in or spotted Sl ) On [ ; l nee / is coiilb / istion . with combustible or explosive substances ( such as wax , oil , paint , gasoline , degreasers , dry - cleaning • Do not store plastic , paper or clothing that may solvents , kerosene , etc . ) which may ignite or bm'n or melt on top of the dryer dining explode . Do not add these substances to the ol ) eration . wash watei : Do not use or place these substances • Gam _ ents labeled OryAway from Heater Do Not arotmd yore " washer or ( hTer dining operation . Tumble Dry ( such as life jackets containing ICaq _ ok ) • Do not place items exposed to cooking oils in must not be put in your dryer your ( hwe _ : Items contaminated with cooking oils • Do not ( h T fiberglass articles in wmr dryer : may contribute to a chemical reaction that could Skin irritation could result ti'om the remaining cause a clothes load to catch fire , particles that may be picked up by clothing • Anv article on which you have used a cleaning dtllJng stlbseqtlent dryer rises . solvent or that contains flammable materials • To minimize the possibility of electric shock , ( such as cleaning cloths , mops , rowels used in mq ) lug this appliance fi'om the power SUl ) ply beaut } , sahms , restaurants or barber shops , etc . ) or discom _ ect the ( hwer at the household must not be placed in or near the chwer until distribution panel b ) ' removing the fllse or solvents or flammable materials have been switching off the circuit breaker befin'e removed . There are many highly flammable attempting any maintenance or cleaning items used in homes such as acetone , denatured ( except the removal and cleaning of the lint alcohol , gasoline , kerosene , some household filter ) . NOTE : Turnintghe Cycle Selector knob cleaners , SOllle spot relllOVei's , ttli'pentines , to an off position or pressing PAUSE does NOT waxes , wax removers and products containing disc ( mnect the appliance ti'om the power SUl ) ply . petroleum distillams . 3
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . WARNING ! WHENUSINGYOURDRYER ( cont . ) • Never attempt to operate this appliance if it is • You may Msh to soften yore " laundered tid ) rics damaged , malfimcfioning , partially disassembled , or reduce the static electricity in them , by using or has missing or broken parts , including a a dryei _ applied tid ) ric softener or an and - static damaged cord or plug . condifione _ ; We recommend you use either a lid ) tic softener in the wash cycle , according to • The interior of the machine and the exhaust the mantfli _ cmrer's instructions fi ) r those duct connection inside the dr ) ' er should be products , or try a chTe > added product fin . cleaned at least once a year b ) ' a qualified which the manttfi _ cttu'er gives written asstmmce technidan . See the Loading and Using the Dlyer on the package that their product can be satelv section . used in your drvei : Service or perlimnance If yotus is a gas ( hTe _ , it is equipped with an problems caused by use of these products are automatic electric ignition and does not have the responsibili _ ' of the manufi _ cmre _ s of those a pilot light . DO NOTATTEMPTTOLIGHTWITH pI'odtlcts and aye not coveYed tinder the v ¢ ; li'i ' ; inw to this appliance . A MATCH . Burns may result fl'om having your hand in the viciniP , ' oI the burner when the atltOi / latic i _ nition ttlYns on , WHENNOTUSINGYOURDRYER • ( ; rasp the plug firefly when disconnecting this • gefln'e discarding a ( hTe _ ; or removing it fl'om appliance to avoid damage to the cord while service , remove the dryer door to prevent pulling . Place the cord away fi'om traffic areas children ti'om hiding inside . so it will not be stepped on , tripped over or • Do not tamper with controls . subjected to damage . Do not attempt to repair or replace any part of this appliance or attempt m V servicing unless spedfically recommended in this Owner's Manual or in pul ) lished usePrepair instructions that w _ u trade , stand and have the skills to carry ( > ut . READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 4
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About the dryercontrolpanel . _ . , 4 , , , a.ces.com Youcan locate your model number on the label on the front of the dryer behind the door . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model Model DVLR223 80 MIN MEDIUM HEAT START © D D Model DX2300 START 88MIN TIMED DRY ST _ ; oo ; o _ s . . . . i ; _ ; 1 _ ; _ i'iiiii D Models DS4500 , DBSR453 , DBXR463 and DHDSR45 START FABRIC CARE SIGNAL , _ • MO _ EOrt START ¢ _ TONS EASYCARE o _ : : _ o _ - Optlonalfeatures _ ( on some models ) . . . . . I . . . . . . . . i . ! . i . ! . ii . i El ri _ z Model DX4500 START FABRIC CARE MORE DRY LESS E AUTOMATIC ESS DRY AUTOMATIC START COTTONS PERM PRESS COTTONS PERMANENT COOL PRESS DOWN MORE DRY N0 HEAT OELICATES LOW HEAT TIMED DRY 0EWRtORLE iO DAMP DRY 40 S0 B ii Ig NOTE : Drying times will vary according to the type of heat used ( Electric , Natural or LPgas ) , size of load , types of fabrics , wetness of clothes and condition of exhaust ducts . 5
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About the dryercontrolpanel Youcan locate your model number on the label on the front of the dryer behind the door . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model Model DBLR333 TEMPERATURE MEDIUM AUTOMATIC START F _ h _ _ r _ i AUTOMATIC © lo 20 30 40 50 D n Models DJXR433 , DRSR483 , DWSR483 , DWXR483 and DLSR483 START FABRIC CARE WRINKLE CARE SIGNAL STAI _ T AUrOM _ nC AOrOM _ C OEUVRES 2Q . . . . . . . % VS Optional features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - > _ . . . . . . . D _ eo _ y _ _ o _ eo ( on some models ) Models EED4500 and EGD4500 START FABRIC CARE WRINKLE CARE STAI _ T C _ TOmS EASyCA _ E F TES _ H _ T _ WH _ T NOTE : Drying times will vary according to the type of heat used ( Electric , Natural or LPgas ) , size of load , types of fabrics , wetness of clothes and condition of exhaust ducts .
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Aboutthe controlsettings , www . GEAppliances . com IMPORTANT ' . Clean the lint filter each time you use the dryer . Fabric Care / Temperature ( on some models ) Tr ttT s COTTONS REG . HEAT MEDIUMor Forsyntheticsb , lends , delicatesanditemslabeledpermanentpress . EASYCARE MED . HEAT DELICATESOnsomemodelsF . ordelicatess , yntheticsanditemslabeledtumbledry low LOWHEAT FLUFFForfluffing itemswithoutheat . Usethe TIMEDDRYcycle . NO HEAT Automatic cx cles automatically detemfine rid ) tic ( h'vness . Select LESSDRY if you want votu " clothes slightly , , ( lamp at the end of the ( h'vin , _ , cycle , Select MOREDRYif you want them to feel ( h _ ie _ : Timed cxcles run fi ) r a selected time . Drying Cycles El COTTONSForcottonsandmostlinens . FormostloadsselectOPTIMUMDRY ( onsomemodelso ) rselectthe PreferredRegulaSr ettingmarkedwithan * . EASYCARE / Forwrinkle - freep , ermanenptressanddelicateitems , andknits . PERMANENT PRESS TIMEDDRY Setthe CycleSelectoar t thedesireddryingtime . DAMPDRY Forleavingitemspartiallydamp . DEWRINKLEForremovingwrinklesfromitemsthatarecleananddryorthatareverylightlydamp . QUICKFLUFFForfresheningorfluffingupalreadyd _ / clothing , fabrics , linensandpillows . Usewith FLUFFNOHEAT Provides10minutesof noheattumbling . Start Close the ( h _ , ' er ( loo _ : Select START 0 ) enin * , the door ( lucin * , opera , don will stop the dryer . To restart the dryer , close the door and select STARTto complete the cxcle . Color Logic ( on some models ) Select the correct FABRICCAREsetfing . [ _ Choose the FABRIC CARE setting - - tOt this load it would be the EASYCARE Match the partictflar color belo _ the words with the same color on the Cycle Dial . MED . HEAT ( _ dfich is a l ) aificular color ) . Example : Dryinga load of clothing labeled r - _ Turn the Cycle Dial to the area that has the same color as the FABRICCARE permanentpress . setting ) ou haxe chosen - - for this load it _ otfld be the EASYCAREAUTOMATIC .
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Aboutthe dryerfeatures . WRINKLE CARE Wrinkle Care Option ( on some models ) Use this option to minimize the wrinkles If wm are using the CYCLESIGNAL knob in clothes . It provides aI ) I ) ro _ mamly and wm select the WRINKLE CAREoption , 15 minutes of no - heat rambling after a signal will sotlnd at the end _ ff the drying the clothes are dry . time and several times during the WRINKLE CAREcvcle . This will remind you that it is This option can OlflV be used with the time to remove the clothes . COTTONSand EASY CARE c _ cles . If WRINKLE CAREis not on , the ( h _ er will stop once the timer reaches the WRINKLE CAREmark on the cycle dial . SIGNAL Cycle Signal Option ( on some models ) NOTE : This signal will SOtlndjtlst before the end MEDIUM _ ff the cycle to remind you to remove the • Remove garments promptly at the sound clothes . On some models the signal sotmd of the signal Place clothes on hangers so level cmmot be a ( ! iusted . wrinkles won't set in . If you selected the WRINKLE CAREoption , • Use the Cycle Signal especially when the signal will sotmd at the end ( ff the drying fabrics like polyester knits and ( hTing time and will sotmd several times permanent press . These fabrics should during the WRINKLECAREcycle . This will be removed so wrinkles won't set in . remind you that it is time to remove the clothes . Automatic Cycle Signal ( on some models ) At the end el each cycle , there is A reminder signal will sotmd periodically approximately 15 minutes of no - heat dm _ ing this time to remind wm to remove tumbling alter the latmdrv is drx : the latmdrx :
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www . GEAppliances . com Drum Lamp ( on some models ) Befi ) re replacing the light bulb , be sure to unl ) lug the ( hTer power cord or disconnect the dryer at the household distribution panel by removing the fllse or switching off the circuit breaker . Reach above dryer opening fl'om inside the druln . Remove the bulb and replace with the same size bulb . Drying Rack ( on some models ) NOTE " A handy dr ) ing rack may be used for drying delicate items such as washable swearers . • Thedryingrack must be usedwiththe TIMEDCYCLE Hook the rack over the lint filter so the rack extends into the ( hwer drum . • Do not use this drying rack when there are other clothes in the dryer . Stainless Steel Drum ( onsome models ) The stainless steel used to make the nomml use , the drum will not rust or corrode . These surfi _ ce blemishes will dryer drum provides the highest reliabilib ' not altect the flmction or din'ability of available in a GE ( lI ' ) ' eI ; If the ( hTer drum the drum . should be scratched or dented dtmng
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Aboutreversingthe door . Reversing the Door Toolsneeded • Standard # 2 • Tape - tipped Phillipsscrewdriver pun knife _ ] ( - ) pen the door and remove the filler plugs opposite tile hinges . _ 4 " ith the door c ( ) mpletely open , remo _ e tile bottom screw fl'om each hinge on tile dryer fi _ ce . ] nse _ l these screws about halfway into tile TOP holes , fiw each hin _ , e on tile opposite side ( where you remoxed tile filler plugs ) . App1 ) tim / pressure to _ ( , et tile screw started in new holes . [ _ I , oosen top screw fl'om each hinge on tile dryer ti _ ce half wax ' . _ Mth one hand holding tile top of tile door and tile other hand hold'ing tile bottoml remo ; e tile door fl'om ' tile ( h _ er b ) lifiing it UP and OUT _ ] Rotate tile door 180 ° . Insert it on tile opposite side of tile opening b ) moving tile door / Nand DOWN until tile top hinge and tile bottoin hinge are resting on tile top screws inserted in step 1 . / \ \ Remove tile remaining screws fl'om tile side of tile o _ enin _ , fl'om which tile door [ ] WaS relllo _ , ed . With these screws , sec / li'e each hinge _ It tile i _ ottoi _ l . Tighten tile two top screws of each hinge Reinse _ t tile plastic plugs on tile side from which tile door was i'eillo _ , ed , 10
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Loadingand usingthe dryer . Always follow the fabric manufacturer's care label when laundering . wvvw . GEAppliances . com SortingandLoadingHints _ s a general rule , if clothes are sorted properly for Donotoverload . Thiswastesenergyandcauseswrinkhbg . the washe _ ; they are sorted properly tor the dryer : Donotdrythe followingitems : f / 7 ) erg / asitsems , woolens , Do not add fabricsoftener sheets once the loadhas rubber - coateitdems , plasticsi , temswithplastictnmand foam - filleditems . become warm . Theymaycause fabric softenerstains . Bounce ® FabricConditionerDryer Sheetshave been approvedfor usein aft GEDryerswhen used in accordancewith the manufacturer # instructions . Careand Cleanh ) gof theDryer The Exterior : Wipe or dust any spills or washing Stainless Steel : To clean stainless steel surfi _ ces , compomMs with a damp ch ) th . Dryer control use a damp cloth with a mild , non - abrasive cleaner suitable for stainless steel sudhces . panel and finishes may be damaged by some Remove the cleaner residue , and then dry latmdry pretreannent soil and st ; fin remover with a clean cloth . products . Apply these products away ti'om the ( h'ye _ : Tile ti _ bfic may then be washed and dried nommllv : TheExhaust Duct : Inspect and clean the exhaust Damage to yore " ( h ) ' er caused by these products is ducting at least once a year m prevent clogging . not covered bv VO / li " _ % ' _ lI'I ' } lIllA / . A partially clogged exhaust can lengthen the The tintRIter : Clean the lint filter befi ) re each ( hying time . use . Moisten p ) ur finge _ and reach into the filter Follow these steps : opening . Rml yore " finge _ across tile filte _ , Hme a [ _ Tm'n off electrical supply b } dis ( onnecting the qualified technician vactltlill the lint ti'om the dryer i ) lug ti'om the wall socket . once a veaE _ Disc ( mnect the duct fl'om the ( ha'e _ : _ Vac [ l [ li / / the duct with the hose attachment and rec ( mnect the duct . The ExhaustHood : Check fl'om the outside that the flails _ ffthe hood move fl'eely when operating . Make sm'e that there is no wildlite ( birds , insects , etc . ) nesting inside the duct or hood . FabricCareLabels Below are fi _ bric care label " symbols " that affect the clothing you will be latmdering . WASH LABELS DRY LABELS Machine wash = dr _ oooo _ t , v Normal Permanent Press / Gentle / Do not wash I ? onot wring Dry Normal Permanent Press / Gentle / Do not tumble dry { _ sed with cycle wrinkle resistant de _ [ cate } land wash wrinkle r esistant delicate do notwash } Water 000 O0 • , eat ® ® temperature setting Hot Warm Cold / cool 150 ° 0 / 12UFI 1 _ 0 ° 0 / 105FI 130 _ 0 _ 5 _ FI High Medium Low No beat / air BLEACHLABELS Line dry / Drip dry Dry flat In the shade hangtodry Bleach AAnhv _ symbols o _ , , _ , Only non - cNodne Neaeh Do not bleach ( when neededl ( when needed } 11
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Loadingand usingthe dryer . Always follow the fabric manufacturer's care label when laundering . VentingtheDryer For the best drying perfom _ an ( e , the chTer needs to be properly vented . The dryer will use more energy andrunlongerif it is not ventedtothe belowspecifications . Carefullyfollowthe detailsonExhaustingin the InstallationInstructions . • Use only rigid metal 4 " diameter ( luctwork inside the ( hTer cabinet , Use only rigid metal or flexible metal 4 " diameter ductwork fi ) r exhausting to the outside . • Do not use plastic or other combustible ductwork . • Use the shortest length possible , • Do not crush or collapse . • Avoid resting the duct on shaq ) objects . • Venting must conform to local building codes . Correct Venting I Incorrect Venting 12
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Before you call CustomerSupport . . . www . GEAppliances . com Troubleshooting tips Save time and money / . Review the charts on the following pages , or vis # www . GEApplianees . eom . Youmay not need to call Customer Support . Problem Possible Causes What ToDo Dryer doesn't start Dryer is tmplugged • Make sure tile ( hyer plug is pushed completely into tile outlet . Fuse is blmm / circuit breaker * Check tile house fllse / circuit breaker box and replace is tripped fi / se or reset breakei : NOTE : Most electric drvei _ use 2 filses / breakei _ . Dryer doesn't heat Fuse is blown / circuit breaker is * Check tile house fllse / circuit breaker box and replace tripped ; the dryer may tumble both fllses or reset both breakei _ . Your dr _ er ina _ tulnble but not heat if only one filse is blown or one breaker tripped . Gas service is off * Make sure gas shutoff at ( hTer and ulain shutoff are flllly open . Dryer shakes or Some shaking / noise is normal . * Move dryer to an even floor space , or a ( ! itIst leveling legs makesnoise Dryer may be sitting unevenly as necessarx until exert . Greasy spots on clothes Improper use of fabric softener * Foll _ w directions on tid ) ric softener package . Drying dirty items with * Use w _ ur ( hyer to dry only clean itelns . Di m ' items can clean ones stain clean itelns and tile drveI : Clothes were not * Souletil / / es stains which cannot be seen when tile completely cleml clothes are wet appearafler dITing . Use proper washing procedures before drying . Linton clothes Lint Filter is full * ( _ lean lint screen befi ) re each load . Improper sorting * Sort lint producei _ ( like chelfille ) ti'oln lint collectoi _ ( like corduroy ) . Static electricity cml attract lint * See suggestions in this section under STATIC . Overloading • Separate large loads into smaller ones . Paper , tissue , etc . left in pockets • Empty all pockets before laundering clothes . Static occurs No fabric softener was used * Tl _ ' a lid ) tic sottener . • Bounce ' : Fabric ( _ onditioner Dryer Sheets have been approved fin " tlse ill all ( ; E Dr ) ' eI _ when tlsed ill accordance with tile ulamdhcturer's ii _ structions . Overdxying • Try a tid ) ric softener . • A ( ! i ust setting to LESSDRYor DAMPDRY . Synthetics , permanent press • Tl _ ' a lid ) rio sottener . and blends cm _ cause static Inconsistent Type of heat • Automatic dIying tilnes will \ m T according to tile bl ) e drying times of heat used ( electric , imtural or I , P gas ) , size of load , b'pes _ ff rid ) tics , wetness of clothes and condition _ ff exhaust ducts . / 3
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Before you call CustomerSupport . . . q Troubleshooting tips Problem Possible Causes What To Do Clothes take too long Improper sorting * Separate heavy items ti'om lightweight items ( generally , to dry a well - sorted washer load is a well - sorted dryer load ) . Large loads of heavy fabrics * im'ge heavv fabrics contain more moisture and take ( like beach towels ) longer to dxT , Sepax'ate laxge , heavv lid ) tics into sxnaller loads to speed dxTing fixne . Controls hnproperly set * Match control settings to tile load you are drvin * Lint filter is full * Clean lint filter before evei'v load . Improper or obstructed • Check installation instructions fin " proper ducthag ducting / venting . • Make sure ducting is clean , ti'ee ot kinks and mlobstructed . • Check to see if outside wall dmni ) er operates easiE : • Check the Installation Insmmtions to make sure the dryer venting is correct . Blown fuses or tripped * Replace fllses or reset circuit breakei _ . Since most dlwei _ circuit breaker use 2 fllses / breakei _ , inake sure both are operating . OverloadJng / combhlhag loads * Do not put inore than ( ) lie washer load in tile dryer at a tilne . UnderloadJng * If you are dlying only one or two itelns , add a tew itelns to ensure l ) roper tulnbling . Clothesare wrinkled Overdxying * Select a shorter ( li3 , illg dine . • Relnove itelns while they still hold a slight alnount of inoismre . Select a LESSDRY or DAMP DRg setting . Letting items sit ha dryer • Ren / ove items when cycle ends and fi _ l / l or hang after cycle ends ilmnediatelv . Overloading • Separate large loads into slnaller ones . Clothes shrink Some fabrics will naturally shrink • To axoid shrinkage , tollow gmment care labels exactly . when washed . Others cma be • Seine itelns Ina ) be pressed back into shape after drvin , safely washed , but will shrink ha the dryer • If you are concerned about shlJnkage in a i ) articular iteln , do not inachine wash or ttunble dry it . 14
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GEDryer Warranty . All warranty support provided by our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . I or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . To get Customer Proof of the origbal purchase I Support , on - line , 24 hours a day , visit us at www . GEAppliances . com , date is needed to obtain support or call 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . under the warrant } 4 For The Period Of . " GE Will Replace : OneYear Anypart of the dryer which fifils due to a defect in materials or workmanship , During this Fromthe date of the full one - year watran # ] , GE will also proxkle , free of charge , all labor and related serxice costs to originalpurchase replace the defecfixe part , What GE Will Not Cover : • Service trips to your home to teach you how to • Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . use the product . • Improper installation ( including improper venting ) , • Dmnage to the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . delivery or maJntenmlce . • Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or • Incidental or consequentiaJ dmnage caused by possible used for other thaa _ the intended purpose or used defects with this applim _ ce . commercially . • Defects or dmnage due to operation in freezing • Replacement of the light bulb . temperatures . • Products which axe not defective or broken , or which • Dmnage caused after delivery . axe working as described in the Owner's Mmmal . This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA . 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 15
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ConsumerSupport . GEAppliancesWebsite www . GEAppliances . com Have a ques0on or need assistance with your appliance ? Try the GE Appliances Website 24 hom _ a day , any day of the year ! For greater convenience and faster selMce , you can now download Owner's Manuals , order parts , cat ; dogs , or even schedule service ondine . You can also " _ sk Our Team of EN ) erts . . . . . yotlr qtlestions , and so II / rich II / ore . . . CustomerSupport www . GEAppliances . com Expert GE assistance is onl ) a click away . Visit our On - line Technical SUl ) port 24 hour5 a day , or call at your con ; enience 24 hours any day of the xear ! Or call 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) during nomml business hotlI3 . RealLifeDesignStudio www . GEAppliances . com GE SUl ) ports the ILrni \ ' e _ al Design concept - - l ) roducts , services and environments that can be used by people ot all ages , sizes and capabiliOes . X , Verecognize the need to design tot a wide range ot ph } : sical and mental abili0es and impaimlents . For details of GE's Universal Design applications , including kitchen design ideas fin " people with disabilities , check out our X , Vebsite today . For the hearing impaired , please call 800 . TDD.GEAC ( 800.833.4322 ) . ExtendedWarranties www . GEAppliances . com Purchase a ( ; E extended warrant _ and learn about special discounts that are axailable while _ our warrant _ is still ill effect . Yell can purchase it on - line an } 0nle , or call 800.626.2224 dulJng nolinal business houi _ . ( ; E ( _ onsumer Home Serxices will still be there after } our warrant } , expires . PartsandAccessories www . GEAppliances . com Individuals qualified to service their own appliances can have parts or accessories sent directly to their homes ( VISA , MasterCard and Discover cards are accepted ) . Order on - line toda 5 24 hou _ every day or by phone at 800.626.2002 during nomml business hou _ . Instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to be performed by any user . Other servicing generally should be referred to qualified service personnel . Caution must be exercised , since improper servicing may cause unsafe operation . ContactUs www . GEAppliances . com If you are not sa0sfied with the service you receive from GE , contact us on our _ ' ebsite with all the details including your phone ntlIllbeI ; oI " write to : General Manager ; Customer Rela0ons GE Appliances , Appliance Park I , ouisville , KY 40225 RegisterYourAppliance www . GEAppliances . com Register your new applim _ ce on - lhae - - at your convenience ! Timelx , I _ r ° ( luct registra0on , will allow fin " enhanced communica0on and prompt service under the temls of your warranty , should the need arise . You mm also mail in the pre - printed registra0on card included in the I ) ackin ' " _ material . Printed in Canada
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