GE WSM2420DWW manual

GE WSM2420DWW
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How to Operate Your Dryer

Polyester Knits and Permanent Press Drying Tips
• DO NOT OVERLOAD—
Garments being dried or
dewrinkled should tumble freely.
• REMOVE CLOTHES
PROMPTLY—To help prevent
wrinkling, remove clothes from
the dryer promptly at the end of
the drying cycles.
• PLACE ON HANGERS—
Permanent press and polyester
knit garments look best if placed
on hangers after drying.
The Difference Between Automatic and Timed Drying
Automatic Drying
When using the Automatic cycles, the Automatic Dry
Control system continually senses the temperature of
the air in the dryer drum. Wet laundry keeps the air
cool. When laundry is dry enough (and the drum air
warm enough), the heat turns off. When the air cools,
the heat turns back on. This off and on cycling may
happen a number of times (depending on the fabric,
load size and Cycle Selector setting). The Cycle
Selector advances (when the heat is off) until it
automatically turns off the dryer.
Auto Regular. Use this cycle to dry heavy- and
medium-weight cotton items. The load tumbles
without heat during the last 5 minutes. This helps
make the load easier to handle.
Auto Permanent Press. Use this cycle to dry
permanent press, knits and other synthetic items. The
load tumbles without heat during the last 10 minutes.
This helps keep wrinkles from setting in and makes
the load easier to handle.
Timed Drying. When using the Timed Cycles, you
select the number of minutes you wish the dryer to
run and it turns off at the end of this time period. The
last 5 minutes of this cycle are without heat. This
helps make the load easier to handle.
Air Fluff cycle. The dryer does not heat when the
Cycle Control knob is set in AIR FLUFF. This cycle
can be used to fluff or air-dry bedding, plastic
tablecloths, foam rubber pillows, stuffed toys,
sneakers, etc.

WARNING

Do not dry plastic
or rubber items with heat. Use Air Fluff setting,
or line dry. Failure to do so could result in fire
or damaged items.
Set to NORMAL Position
• Energy-preferred automatic setting.
• For most normal loads.
Set toward More Dry
• For loads that include
heavyweight fabrics.
• If you desire to remove
more moisture.
Set toward Less Dry
• For lightweight fabric loads.
• If you desire to remove
less moisture.
• For very small loads.
Auto-
Perm Press
Auto -
Regular
NORMAL
50 MIN
OFF
10 MIN
OFF
NORMAL
COOL
DOWN
OFF
LESS
DRY
MORE
DRY
MORE
DRY
LESS
DRY
NORMAL
*
*
Auto-
Perm Press
Auto -
Regular
NORMAL
50 MIN
OFF
10 MIN
OFF
NORMAL
COOL
DOWN
OFF
LESS
DRY
MORE
DRY
MORE
DRY
LESS
DRY
NORMAL
*
*
Auto-
Perm Press
Auto -
Regular
NORMAL
50 MIN
OFF
10 MIN
OFF
NORMAL
COOL
DOWN
OFF
LESS
DRY
MORE
DRY
MORE
DRY
LESS
DRY
NORMAL
*
*
Drying Selections Guide for the Automatic Cycles

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WSM2420DWW
Washing Machine
0084691096337
English
User manual (PDF), Data sheet (PDF), Energy label (PDF)

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