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ge . com Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,3 Operating Instructions Control and Indicator Settings . . . . . . . 5 , 6 WSLS21 O0 Loading and Using the Washer . . . . . . 7 , 8 WSLPllO0 Special Washer Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Installation Instructions Alcove or Closet Installation . . . . . . . . . . 12 Electrical Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Grounding Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Installation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Leveling the Washer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Washer Connections for Portable Model WSLPllO0 . . . . . . . 13 - 16 Washer Connections for Stationary Model WSLS1100 . . . . . 11 , 12 Troubleshooting Tips Before You Call For Service . . . . . . . 17 - 20 Status Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover Product Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 , 22 Warrantg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Write the model and serial numbers here : # # You can find them on a label on the back of the washer , 175D1807P527 49 - 90259 1 - 06 JR
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IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION . READALL INSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING . ] 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 loss of life . WATERHEATERSAFETY Under certain conditions hydrogen gas may be produced in a water heater that has not been used for two weeks or more . Hydrogen gas can be explosive under these circumstances . If the hot water has not beet ) used fl ) r two weeks or more , prevent the possibility of damage or iqjm y by turlfing on all hot water faucets aim allowing theln to itm fi ) i " several minutes . Do this beflwe using any electrical appliance which is connected to the hot water s } : stem . This simple procedure will allow any built - up hydrogen gas to escape . Since the gas is flamnmble , do not smoke or use an open flatne or appliance durit ) g this process . This washer must be properly installed and located in accordance with the Installation Instructions before it is used . PROPEIRNSTALLATION • Install or store _ dlere it MII not be exposed • Proi ) erlv • , gr ° tmd _ asher to confbrm _ ith all to temperattH'es belo _ fi'eezing or exposed goverlfing codes and ordinances . Follo _ details to the weather : in Installation h _ structions . YOURLAUNDRAYREA • Keep the area underneath and around your • Close supervision is necessai y if this appliai ) ce is used bv or near children . Do not allow children m appliai ) ces fl'ee of combustible inaterials such as lint , papei ; rags , chenficals , etc . play oil with or inside this or any other appliance . WHENUSINGTHEWASHER • Never reach into washer while it is moving . The laundty process cat ) reduce the flame Wait tmfil the inachii ) e has completely stopped retardancy of thbfics , To avoid such a result , befln'e opetling the lid . carefiflly fi _ llow the gam _ ent manufiJcturer's wash and care instructions , Use this • Do not use shai 1 ) ob . jects around the control appfiance pal ) el . They Inay dalnage it . • To nfitfinfize the possibiliP , , ' ( ff electric shock , unplug only for its this appliance fl'om the power supply or disconnect • Do not nfix chlorine bleach with amntolfia or intended the washer at the household distributioi ) pal ) el by acids such as vinegar aiM / or rust relnover . Mixing removit ) g the filse or switching off the drcuit purpose as different chelnicals can produce a toxic gas which described in breaker befi ) re attelnpfitlg any Inaitltetlatlce or may cause death . this Owner's clealfing . NOTE . " Turlfing the washer off does NOT Manual Do not wash or dty articles that have beet ) disconnect the appliance fi'om the power supply : cleaned it ) , washed it ) , soaked it ) or spotted • Never attempt to operate this appliance if it is with con _ busfible or explosive substances ( such as damaged , malfimctioning , partiall } ( tisassembled , wax , oil , paint , gasoline , degreasers , dry - cleatfing or has missing or broken parts , including a damaged solvents , kerosene , etc , ) , These substances g ] ve off cord or plug . vapors that ma ) ignite or explode , Do not add these substances to the _ lst _ _ ltei ; Do not use or } ) lace these substances around your _ lsher or dr } er during operation , 2
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ge . com _ . WHENNOTIN USE _ - • Turn off water fimcets to relieve pressure on • Do not attempt to repair or replace any part of hoses and valves and to minimize leakage if this appliance tmless specifically recommended a break or rupture should occm : Check the in this Owner's Manual , or in lmblished use _ = condition of the fill hoses ; thev mav need repair instructions that wm tm ( le _ tand and have the skills to caHw out . replacement after 5 years . • Betm + e discarding a washer , or removing • Do not tamper with controls . it fl'om service , remove the washer lid to prevent children fl'om hiding inside . . _ lls " , , b _ READANDFOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATIOCNAREFULLY . 1oV ' \ \ SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 3
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Special washer features . Before starting the washer : • I , oad the laundr _ in the washe _ : • Add the detergent and tiff ) tic sotiener to the dispenser drawe _ : • Add bleach ( if needed ) to the bleach dispense _ : Detergent and Fabric Softener Dispenser Drawer - - Maximule The detergent and fir ) tic softener ToUse the FabricSoftenerDispenser : Fill Tower dispensers will automatically release their Use only liquid labile soltener Pour into contents at the proper time during the dispense _ ; using amount recommended cycle . on package . ToUsethe DetergentDispenser : • Be notfillanyhigherthan the top of the maximumfill tower Add measured detergent to the dispense _ : Make sure detergent is spread evenly and • Neverpour fabric softener directly on is level . clothes . It maystain them . Cleaning the Detergent and Fabric Softener Dispenser Drawer } _ E _ Remoxe the drawer b ) o ) enino it tUll _ ; then tilting the front of the door down . Pull out . _ - ] Rinse the drawer with water : If necessary use a soti cloth to wipe off an ) debris . _ ] Line up the drawer xfifl _ the opening and push fl _ e dispenser ( hmver st _ fight in . Lint Filters Clean the lint tilte _ inside the walls ot the wash basket once a week fi ) r best filtering results . To remove : Press the tab at the top ot the filter and pull out . To clean : ( - ) pen the filter . Clean the filter with a toothbrush . Liquid Bleach Dispenser The dispenser dilutes liquid ( ' hlo _ ine bleach _ - ] gefi ) re starting the washe _ ; pore " befi ) re it reaches into your wash load , measured amount of bleach directl ) into bleach dispenser . Avoid splashing [ Z ] Check clothing care labels tot special or Dye > filling dispense _ : If y ( m i ) reter instructions . to use powdered bleach , add it into the wash basket with your detergent . _ - ] Measure liquid bleach carefifll ) ; ti ) lh ) wing instructions on the bottle . • Do notmix chlorine bleach with ammonia or acids such as vinegar and / or rust remover • Neverpour undilutedliquid chlorine bleach Mixing can produce a toxic gas which may directly onto clothes or into the wash basket . cause death . • Oo notpourpowdered bleach into bleach dispenser 4
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Aboutthe controland indicator settings , ge . com CLOTHES CARE CYCLE SELECTION TIME REMAINING • PRESOAK • EXTRA LARGE • COLORS • HOT / COLD NORMAL • WHITES • WARM / COLD WASH • LARGE • RINSE ONLY • MEDIUM • DELICATES • COLD / COLD MIN • SPIN ONLY • SMALL • QUICK WASH • LOAD SENSING Before starting the washer : • I , oad the laund _ ' in the washer . • Add the detergent and tiff ) tic softener to the dispenser drawer . • Add bleach ( if needed ) to the bleach dispense _ : ToUseAutomatic One - TouchWashing The LOADSENSING featm'e automatically senses the size of yore " load , fills with the ai _ i ) ropriate amount of water and calculates the amount of wash time required to complete the cycle . NOTE : When using the LOADSENSINGflmmre , it is nomml fi ) r the agitator to rotate heft ) re water fills in the basket . To choose the automatic LOAD SENSINGfeature , press POWER ON / OFF . The fl ) llowing indicators will light up automaticallv : NORMAL WASH , LOADSENSINGand COLD / COLD . Then simply press START / PAUSE ToChooseYourOwn CycleSelections _ r _ POWER ON / OFF Press the POWERON / OFFbutton to tm'n on the control panel . D WASH OPTIONS Choose the wash options ) ou would like to include in the c ) cle . Press the WASH OPTIONS button until all the options you want to include are lit . More than one option can be selected . PRESOAK Forheavilysoiledclothesthat needto besoakedbeforewashing . Thisoptioncan beusedas partof the WASH C ¥ CLEyouselect . NORMAL Thisoption is automaticallyselectedwhenyou pressPOWERON / OFE WASH RINSEONLY Thisoptiongivesonerinsecycleonly . Forexample : Usethis cyclewhenyou needto remove excessdetergentfromyourclothing . SPIN ONLY Thisoptiongivesonespincycleonly . Forexample : Usethis cyclewhenyou needto remove excesswater fromyourclothing .
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About the controland indicator settings . D LOAD SIZE i , ooselv load clothes no higher than tile top row of holes in the washer basket . Tile water le ' , el should just co ' , er tile clothes . A ( ! iust tile load size accordingly . El WASH CYCLE These wash cycles control tile length of tile washing process . Tile chart below will help match tile WASHCYCLE setting to your specific latmdry needs . When a cycle is selected , tile automatic temperature that tile machine defimlts to , can be changed to whatever temperatm'e you desire . Default Wash / Rinse Temperatures COLORSForeasycareandwrinkle - resistantitems . WARM / COLD WHITES Forheaw to lightlysoiledcotton , household HOT / COLD linens , towels , workandplayclothes . DELICATESForlingerieanddelicatefabricswith COLD / COLD lightto normalsoils . QUICKWASH Foroneor two lightlysoiled items WARM / COLD that areneededquickly . lrt TEMP WASH / RINSE Select tile water temperatm'e for tile wash and rinse cycles . Always fi _ llow fhbric mamlthctm'er's care label or instI tlctions when latlndering . NOTEFORPORTABLEMODELS : When using a one - taucet connection , a ( ! iust tile water flow inix and water temperatm'e at tile fimcet . rt START / PAUSE Press tile START / PAUSEbutton to start tile wash c _ de . D TIME REMAINING Displays tile time remaining in tile wash cxcle . It will also display Status Indicators . See Troubleshooting Tips . IVOTE : _ , _ hen tile cycle is complete tile control panel will tm'n oft automatically .
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Loadingand usingthe washer . Always follow fabric manufacturer's care label when laundering , ge . com SortingWashLoads Sort b } coh ) r ( whites , lights , ( ' olo _ ) , soil level , rid ) tic b'pe ( sturdy cottons , easy care , delicates ) , and whether tile rid ) tic produces lint ( ten T cloth , chenille ) , or a ) llects lint ( velveteen , corduroy ) . ProperUse of Detergent Add ch ) thes and detergent , then start the washe _ : You can use less detergent if } ou haxe soft water ; [ _ siIl _ _ . too little or too II / t / ch detergent is a common a smaller h ) ad , or a lightly soiled load . cause of latmdr _ problems . Loadingthe Washer • Do not wrap largeitems like sheetsaround the I , oad ( h T items loosely , no higher than tile top row of holes in the washer basket . _ 4 ] mn loading wet agitator . items , make sm'e w _ u set the load / water level high • Do not wash fabrics containingflammablematerials enough to allow file items to move fi _ eely . Water ( waxes , cleaningfluids , etc . ) . level should just cover the clothes . To add items after washer has started , open the lid and add the • Whenthe lid is up , asignal will sound and " Lo " will additional items . Close the lid . _ 4hsher will start appearin the displag Thewasherwill not agitate automaticallv . with the lid up . Careand Cleaningof the Washer MovingandStorage : Asktile sexMce technician to Wash Basket : i , eave tile lid open after washing to allow moisture to evaporate . If you want to clean tile remove water fl'om drain pump and hoses . Do not basket use a clean soft cloth dampened with liquid store the washer where it will be exposed to the weather : detergent , then rinse . ( Do not use harsh or grits , cleane _ . ) Long Vacations : Be sm'e water SUl ) ply is shut off at fimcets . Drain all water fl'om hoses if weather will FillHoses : Hoses cmmecting washer to fimcet should be replaced eve _ T 5 veals . be below fl'eezing . Exterior : hmnediately wipe off any spills . _ , \ _ il ) e with damp cloth . Try not to hit Stli _ ilce with shaq ) objects . 7
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Loadingand usingthe washer . Below are thb _ ic care label " svml ) ols " that affect the clothing _ ou _ dll be launde _ ing . Fabric CareLabels WASH LABELS wash m m cycle Normal p . . . . . . . . . . t Press / Gentle ' _ / Do not wasll Do notwring wrinkle resistant delicate Hand wash Water • • • • • • temperature , ot w . . . . Co _ d / ooo _ ( 50 ° C / 120 ° F ) ( 40 ° C / 105 ° F ) ( 30 ° C / 85 ° F ) DRY LABELS Tumble D dry Do not dry Dry Normal Permanent Press / Gentle / Do not tumble dry ( used with wrinkle resistant delicate do not wash ) setting High Medium Low No heat / air Specialtions Fq instruc Line dry / Drip dry Dry fiat In the shade hang to dry BLEACHLABELS Bleac , . h , _ \ A Do not bleach symuols Any bleacl _ Only . . . . . . . hlorine bleacll ( when needed ) ( when needed ) 8
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Installation Washer Instructions WSLS1100 WSLP1100 I ffyou have questions , call 800 . GE.CARESor visit our Website at : ge . com I PLUMBING BEFORE YOU BEGIN • WATER PRESSURF - - Must be 10 p . s . i , milfilnmn to Read these instructions completely and carefully . 150 p . s . i , maxilnmn dynalnic pressure measm'ed at taucet . " IMPORTANT - S . vehese • WATER TEMPERATURE - - Household water instructions fi ) r local inspector's use . heater should be set to deliver water at 190 ° to 150 ° F " IMPORTANT - Obsve , e , ll ( 50 ° to 66 ° C ) IN THE X4 ; _ _ SHER when HOT wash is governing codes and ordinances . selected . * Note to Installer - Be sure to leave these SHUT - OFF VALVES - - Both hot aim cold shut - off instructions with the Consumer . wdves ( faucets ) should be supplied . . Note to Consumer - Kee I ) these instructions DRAIN - - ' _ V _ ter may be drained into a stalMpipe or tot future reterence . set tub . The discharge height MUST NOT BE LESS * Skill level - Instalhtion of this appliance requires THAN 30 " nor inore than 8 ' above the base of the basic mechanical skills . washer . The stalMpipe inust be 1 ½ " milfilnUln inside dialneter and inust be open to the atmosphere . * Completion time - ] horn " * Proper instalhtion is the responsibility of the installer . * Product taihu'e due to improper installation is not RACK INSTALLATION covered under the _ ' \ _ u'rantv . • Ensure washer is centered between the rack sides . . Note - This appliance must be properly grotmded , and electrical setMce to the washer must contorm with local codes and ordinances and the latest edition of the National Electrical Code , PARTS SUPPLIED ANSI / NFPA 70 . WASHER LOCATION X , _ hsher must be installed on firln floorilxg to milfimize vibration during spin cycles . Concrete flooring is best , but wood base is suliicient providing floor support meets FHA standards . _ 4 ' asher should not be installed [ _ Cable Tie Water Hoses ( 2 ) on lugs or exposed to the weather . Install or store where it will not be exposed to temperatm'es below fl'eezing or exposed to the weather . [ _ Drain ttose [ _ l ? , ubber _ ; ashers ( 4 ) ELECTRICAL TOOLS REQUIRED This applialxce must be supplied with the voltage aim frequency indicated on the rating plate ( located on the back of the washer ) , aim colmected to an individual , properly grotmded branch circuit , protected bv a 15 or 20 amp circuit breaker or tilne - delav fllse . Pliers If the washer is plugged into the dryer's 115 volt outlet , then the dryer needs to be on a dedicated circuit . 9
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Installation Instructions A CAUTION : Before plugging ill washer , read the following electrical requirements . LEVELING THE WASHER - - ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS STATIONARY MODELS A CAUTION : Forpersonal safety , do Before connecting tile hoses , tile washer must be lexel . not use an extension cord or adapter plug with this I exelino locks are located at tile bottom front of tile • 0 appliance . left and right sides of the washer . Do not , under rely circumstmlces , cut or remove the third grounding prong from the power cord . Follow National Electrical Codes or prevailing local codes mad ordinances . ITS FINAL LOCATION I I _ MAKE SURE THE WASHER IS IN I I This appliance must be supplied with tile voltage and frequency indicated on the rating plate ( located on the back of tile washer ) , and connected to an individual , [ ] PULL OUT THE LEVELING LOCKS properly gr ( mnded branch circuit , protected by a 15 or 20 amp circuit breaker or time - delav fllse . This releases tile spring loaded lexelin , * _ feet . Tile washer will automatically lexel itself . If tile electric supply provided does not meet tile above requirements , call a licensed electrician . Insureproperground existsbeforeuse [ ] PUSH THE LEVELING LOCKS BACK IN GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS This appliance inust be grounded . In tile event ot a malflmction or breakdown , grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance tot electrical current . This appliance is equipped with a cord having an Donot kickor steponthe levelinglocks . equipment gr ( mnding conductor and a gro / mding plug . The plug nlust be plugged into an ai ) i ) ropriate outlet that is i ) roperly installed and gro / mded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances . A DANGER : hnl ) rol ) er connection ofthe equipment - grounding conductor can result in a risk of electrical shock . Check with a qualified electrician if you are in doubt as to whether tile appliance is properly gro / mded . Do not m ( ) dit _ ' plug with this appliance ; if it will not fit the outlet installed , have a proper outlet installed bv a qualified electrician . / 0
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Installation Instructions WASHER CONNECTIONS FOR STATIONARY MODEL WSLS1100 ^ , * WARNING : Make sure the washer is un ) lugged [ ] FLUSH WATER LINES [ ] CONNECT DRAIN HOSE Run s ( ) me water fl'om the hot and cold fimcets to flush Fom _ a U shape on tile end of tile drain hose with tile the water lines and remoxe particles that mioht _ cloo - hose pointed toward tile drain . Place tile hose in a the water xdxe screens . latmd _ ' mb or stand pipe and secure it with a cable tie ( not inchlded ) . NOTE : If tile drain hose is placed in a stand pipe without limning a U shape , a siphoning action could occm ' . There must be an air gap around tile drain hose . A sntlg hose fit can also cause a siphoning action . CableTie [ ] CONNECT TO WATER LINES Connect tile inlet hose ends to tile HOT and COLD water fimcets tightly by hand , then tighten another % [ tli'n with pliers . TtlFn the water on and check tot leaks . Laundry Tub Cable Tie [ ] CAREFULLY MOVE THE WASHER Cable Tie TO ITS FINAL LOCATION Stand Pipe [ ] PLUG THE POWER CORD INTO A GROUNDED OUTLET Insure proper groun / exists before use / /
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Installation Instructions WASHER CONNECTIONS FOR STATIONARY MODEL WSLS1100 ( CONT . ) [ ] INSTALLATION CHECKLIST [ ] REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE FILM COVERING THE CONTROL PANEL Before starting the washer , check to make sure : Main power is turned on . The washer is plugged in . The water fimcets are turned on . The unit is level . The drain hose is properly fled up . There are no leaks at the timcet , drain line or washei : [ ] READ THE REST OF THIS [ ] RUN THE WASHER THROUGH A OWNER'S MANUAL COMPLETE CYCLE It contains _ aluable and helptul inlbm / ation that will S _ I ' _ e Vo / I _ iI / / e and I / / one _ Check fin " water leaks and proper operation . OWNERS MANUAL NOTE : If w > m " washer does not operate , please review the Before YouCall For Service secdon . ALCOVE OR CLOSET iNSTALLATiON If _ , om " washer is approved fin " installation in an alcoxe or closet , there will be a label on the back of the machine describing requirements . 60sq . in . ( 387.1sq . cm ) • Minimum / clearances between washer and a ( ! jacent walls or other surtaces are : 0 " either side , _ 2 " f " ront , . _ tt I'ea I ' , • Minimmn vertical space fl'om floor to overhead 0 shelves , cabinets , ceilings , etc . is 96 ' . ' • Closet doors must be louvered or otherwise ventilated and have at least 60 square inches open area for washer onl B or if the closet contains both 60sq . in . ! 1 a washer and dryer , doors must contain at least ( 387.1sq . cm ) ! ! 120 square inches of open area equally distributed . NOTE : The clearances stated on this label are Closet door minimmns . Consideration must be given to providing adequate clearances tin " installation and servicing . / 2
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Installation Instructions WASHER CONNECTIONS FOR PORTABLE MODEL WSLP1100 - - ONE - FAUCET CONNECTIONS Use the hose connector provided with the washer for a one - t ; i t / ( et connection , [ ] CONNECT TO VALVE INLET Attach the COLD water supply connector to the TO CONNECT THE WASHER : COLD water valve inlet ( color BI , UE ) . Make stlre the washer is inside the c ( mnector before [ ] REMOVE THE UNI - COUPLE ® tightening . HOSE FROM INSIDE THE WASHER BASKET Connection Connector COLDWater Suppl , / I _ TIGHTEN CONNECTOR Tighten the connector , ensm'ing the threads are aligned properly for tightest fit . Inspect fin " kinks or binding of the hose . NOTE : Do not remove the plastic cap fl'om the HOT water inlet fl ) r tmi - coupler connections as leakage may OCC / II : Uni - CoupleHr ose [ ] CONNECT TO WATER LINE Attach the hose connector to the faucet adapter by pulling down on the locking collar while lifting up on the connector tmtil it snaps into place . Make sure the water filter provided is in place . [ ] CONNECT DRAIN HOSE Attach the drain hose to the rear ot the washer . LockingCollar Install the clamp on the drain hose and tighten to I ) rex . . e . . nt leakage , of water . Hose Connector 13
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Installation instructions WASHER CONNECTIONS FOR PORTABLE MODEL WSLP1100mONE - FAUCET CONNECTIONS ( CONT . ) [ ] MAKE SURE THE TEMPERATURE [ ] REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE FILM COVERING THE CONTROL PANEL SELECTOR IS SET AT COLD / COLD [ ] SLOWLY TURN ON THE WATER FAUCET ALL THE WAY TO THE DESIRED TEMPERATURE SETTING [ ] INSTALLATION CHECKLIST Before starting the washer , check to snake sure : Main power is turned on . FJ The washer is plugged in . UJ The water fimcets are turned on . The unit is level . There are no leaks at the timcet , drain line oi " w ; IsheI i [ ] PLUG THE POWER CORD INTO A 3 - PRONG GROUNDED OUTLET The electrical power cord is on the back of the W _ I S h e I ' , / Insure proper ground exists before use / 4
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Installation Instructions TO DISCONNECT THE WASHER : [ ] TURN WATER FAUCET OFF [ ] DISCONNECT FROM WATER LINE Mo ; e the locking collar down and pull the hose cmmector down to disengage flx ) m the fimcet a dapter . LockingCollar HoseConnector I _ UNPLUG POWER CORD AND RETURN IT TO THE STORAGE AREA [ ] DRAIN WATER Drain water h'om the hoses throw , h the hose connectoi ' , [ ] PRESS THE RED WATER FLOW BUTTON TO RELEASE THE WATER PRESSURE Water FI , Button Hose Connector 15
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Installation Instructions WASHER CONNECTIONS FOR PORTABLE MODEL WSLP1100 - - TWO - FAUCET CONNECTIONS ] f } _ O / I have tw ( ) separate _ 3Jtei " connections _ yO / lI " washer can be connected to both the hot and cold water faucets . [ ] PLUG THE POWER CORD INTO A This kit can be purchased fl'om your dealer or fl'om Parts 3 - PRONG GROUNDED OUTLET and Accessories . In the United States , call 800.626.2002 . In Canada , consult the yellow pages tin " yore " local Camco n / in / bei - TO CONNECT THE WASHER : IllCONNECT TO WATER LINE Connect HOT and COLD water inlet hoses to the HOT and COLD faucets . [ ] INSTALLATION CHECKLIST Before starting the washer , check to make sure : UJMain power is turned on . The washer is plugged in . The water timcets are turned on . The unit is level . 12ICONNECT DRAIN HOSE The drain hose is propedy tied up . Secure tile drain hose to tile sink or stand pipe . There are no leal _ s at the timcet , drain line or washeE TO DISCONNECT THE WASHER : Cable Tie I [ _ TURN WATER FAUCETS OFF I CableTie 12IUNPLUG POWER CORD AND Sink StandPipe RETURN IT TO THE STORAGE AREA [ ] DISCONNECT THE DRAIN AND WATER SUPPLY HOSES Hang them on tile storaoe rack . 16
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Before you call for service . . , ge . com Troubleshooting Tips Save time and money ! Review the charts on the following pages first and you may not need to call for service . Status Indicatots • Press POWERON / OFFto mrn off the washer . • Call for service . When the cycle has stm'ted but water has not filled the wash basket within 60 minutes , a signal will sound mid this code will be displayed . • Make sure the incoming water thucets are on . • Make sure the fill hoses are not clogged or kinked . Power did not automatically turn off at the end of the cycle . • Press POWERON / OFFto tm'n off the washer . Water is not draining out of the washer . • Make sure the drain hose is not kinked and is connected properly . Wash load is mabalmaced . • Distribute latmdrv evenlx in the basket . • Make sure washer is lexel . See Leveling the Washer . Washer lid is not closed . • Ch ) se lid . Any time the total time required is more than 99 minutes , this status indicator will be displayed . / 7
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting Tips WATER POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO Too many suds Type of detergent • Switch to a lower sudsing detergent brand and fi , llow instructions on package . Very soft water • T _ a less detergent . Too much detergent • Measure your detergent careflflly . Use less soap if you have soft watex ; a smaller load or a lightly soiled load . Water leaks Fill hoses or drain hose is • Make sure hose connections are fight at thucets and tile buproperly commcted washing machine . Make sure the end of the drain hose is cmTectly inserted in and secured to tile drain . Household dxaJn may • Check household l ) lmnbing . You may need to call be dogged a l ) lumbe _ : Constmat water pressure • Tighten hoses at tile tiltlcets alld ttlYIl tile water off to the fill hoses at the alter each use . water source • Check condition of the fill hoses ; thex max need replacement alter 5 veals . Using too much detergent • Use less deteigent . Use less soap if you have soft water , ha washer a smaller load or a lightly soiled load . Water temperature Cooler water temperatures • New latm ( h T detergents have been flnm ulated seems incorrect provide improved energy to work with cooler water temperatm'es without efficiency affecting wash l ) erfinmance . Control is not set properly • Check water telnl ) erature control and ac ! iust . Water supply is turned off • Turn both hot and cold taucets flfllv on and make sure or improperly cmmected hoses are connected to correct filucets . Water valve screeus axe • TtlYH ( ) _ tile x _ ter SOtlI'ce alad rei11ove file x _ ; _ ter stopped up com _ ection hoses fl'om file upI ) er back of the _ she _ : Remove screens and use a bHlsh or tooflq ) ick to clean file screens in the machine , Reinstall screens , rec ( mnect the hoses and turn tile water back on , House water heater is • Make sure house water heater is delivering water not set properly at 120 ° F - 140 ° F ( 48 ° C - 60 ° C ) . Water won't drain Drain hose is kinked or • Straighten drain hose and make sm'e washer is not hupmperly commcted sitting on it . Top ot drain outlet should be less than 8 ft . ( 2.5 m ) above tlooY . / 8
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ge . com OPERATION POSSIBLECAUSES WHATTODO Washer pauses during The washer normally pauses washcycle between washing steps Washer pauses during This is normal • The washer may pause during the spin cycle to remoxe spincycle soapy water more efficiently . Washerwon'toperate Washer is unplugged • Make sure cord is I ) lugged , , secm'ely into a working outlet . Water supply is turned off • Turn both hot and cold timcets hilly on . Controls are not set properly • Make sure all selections haxe been made . Lid is open • Close lid and press START / PAUSE . Circuit brea _ ker / fuse is • Check house circuit breake _ / fllses . Replace fllses , % tripped / blown reset breaker ; _ sher should haxe separate outlet . Washer has not been • Press tile POWERON / OFFbutton . tunmd on PERFORMANCE POSSIBLECAUSES WHATTODO Colored spots Incorrect use of fabric • Check lid ) tic sottener package tot insmu'tions and softener tolhm ' directions for using dispense _ : • Pretreat stain and rewash . Dye trm _ sfer • Sort whites or lightl ) colored items fl'om dark colo _ . Grayed or yellowed Not enough detergent • Use more deteroent _ ( especiall ) with larger loads ) . clothes Be s / / I'e to follow detergent ii / antlf _ lcttli'eY's directions . Hard water " Use a water conditioner like Calgon brand or install a water sottenei : Water is not hot enough • Make sm'e water heater is deli ' , efing water at 120 ° F - 140 ° F ( 48 ° C - 60 ° C ) . Washer is overloaded • Select load size to match clothes load . Dye trmasfer • Sort clothes by cohm If lid ) tic label states wash separately trustable dxes max be indicated . Lintor residue on Clothes are air or line thied • If xou do not ( hy your ch ) thes with a ch ) thes ( lryex ; clothes your clothes may retain more lint . Incorrect sorting • Separate lint produce _ fl'om lint collecting . Washing too long • " _ , _ sh small loads fi _ r a shorter time than larger loads . Overloading • I , oad clothes no higher than the top row of holes in the washer basket . • Make sure load size selected matches clothes load size . Incorrect use of fabric softener • Check rid ) tic sottener package for instructions and tollow directions for using , disl ) enser . Pilling Result of normal wear on • _ qfile this is not caused by tile washe _ ; you can slow tile poly - cotton blends m _ d I ) illin ' * _ l ) r ° cess bx , washing , , gam _ ents inside out . fuzzy fabrics / 9
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting Tips PERFORMANCE ( cont'd ) POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO Snags , holes , team , rips Pins , snaps , hooks , sharp • Fasten snaps , hooL _ , buttons and zippe _ . or excessive wear buttons , belt buckles , • P . emove loose items like pins , objects in pockets zippers mad shm'p objects and shaq ) buttons . left in pockets • Turn knits ( which snag easily ) inside out . Undiluted chlorine bleach • Check bleach package instructions fin " proper amount . • Never add undiluted bleach to wash or allow clothes to come in contact with undiluted bleach . ChemicaJs like hair bleach • Rinse items that may have chemicals on them befin'e or dye , pennmmnt wave washing . solution Wrinkling Improper sorth _ g • Avoid mixing hea \ T items ( like work clothes ) with light items ( like blouses ) . • Try a lid ) tic sotteneI : Overloading or • i , oad ) our washer so clothes have enough room incorrect water level to move fl'eely with water covering all of the clothes . Repeated washing in • Wash in wama or cold water : water that is too hot NOISE POSSIBLECAUSES WHAT TODO Washer is noisy Washer is uneven • I , evel the washe _ : See Leveling the Washer . Washer load is • Press the START / PAUSEbumm to stop the washe _ ; open tmbalm _ ced the lid and redistribute the load evenly . Close the lid and restart . Washer is sitting too close • Pull washer away fl'om the wall ; about 4 " is needed . to wall ( causes knocking during cycle ) Dragging noise prior When using the LOAD • This is noxmal . to water filling in SENSING feature , the 1he tub agitator rotates before water f'tlls in the tub OTHER POSSIBLECAUSES WHATTODO Labels on the exterior Occasionally the adhesive • Use a hair dtTer set at the lowest heat setting , directing of the washer will not used on the labels does the air at the label for a short amount of time . This will peel off cleanly not release deanly release the adhesive easily , without damaging the stmfhce of the washe _ : 2O
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Consumer Product Ownership Registration Dear Customer : Thank you for purchasing our product and thank you for placing your confidence in us . ' _ ' e are proud to ha _ e you as a customer ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : Complete and mail Attar mailing tile Read your Owner's your Consumer registration below % Manual carefillly . Product Ownership store this document It will help you Registration today . in a satb place . It operate yollr lle ' , _ tt _ wc the pc _ lcc of contains inlormation appliance properly . mind of knowing w { you will need should C _ III COllta { ' [ VOII ill you require selMce . the unlikel _ e _ ent of a Our service number is sat _ 17 , modificalion . 8 ( 10 GE CARES ( 800 - 432 - 2737 ) . Model Number Serial Number I I I Important : If you did not get a registration card with your product , detach and return the form below to ensure that your product is registered , or register online at ge . com . _ Cul h < r { Consumer Product Ownership Registration Model Number Serial Number Mr . Ms . M * s . Miss Firsl I I L _ slI I I I I I I Naln { I I I I I I I I I Name I I I I I I SI r ( ! el I A & h - ( ss I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Al , , # [ , I I I I I , [ 1 , : m _ , ilAd ( _ , e _ Zip I l ) aw Pla { ed Number I I I I I I I _ , o , , , h I - I I - I , I ( ) ( ( asionally , we may allow sel { ( ted companies to s ( nd you information . Che ( k h ( r { it : you do no1 , xm ] l this inl _ } rmafion . Appliances General Electric Companytrial 6LEouiCsvoinllseu , Km ¥ er4 & 0,225Indus ge . com 22
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GE Washer Warranty . Staple your receipt here . All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , or an authorized Customer Care ® technician . Proof of the original purchase date is needed to obtain service To schedule service , on - line , 24 hours a day , contact us under the warran _ at ge . com or call 800 - GE - CARES . Please have serial number and model number available when calling for service . For The Period Of . " We Will Replace : One Year Anypatt of the _ z _ sher which tifils due to a deii _ ct in materials or workmanship . During this From the date of the limited one - year warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home service to origina / purchase replace the defective part . What Is Not Covered : • Service trips to your home to teach you how to use • Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . the product . • Improper installation , delivery or maintenance . • Dmuage 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 . • IncidentaJ or consequential dmnage caused by possible defects with this applimlce . • Dmnage after delivery . • Product not accessible to provide required service . EXCLUSION OFIMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repair as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , iucludiug the implied warranties of merehantability or fitness for a particular purpose , are limited to one year orthe shortest period allowed by law . Thiswarranty 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 anarea where serviceby a GEAuthon2ed Serviceris not available , youmay be responsiblefor a tnp charge or youmay be requiredto bring theproduct to an Authon2edGEServicelocation . In Alaska , the warranty excludesthe cost of shipping orservicecalls to your home . Somestates do not aflow 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 . Toknow what your legal nghts are , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state _ Attorney General . Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 23
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