WASHER/DRYER USE AND CARE GUIDE
WHAT’S NEW UNDER THE LID?
Your new washer will operate differently than your past agitator-style washer.
To allow for higher spin speeds, the lid will lock and the Lid Lock light will turn on. When this light is lit, the lid is locked and cannot be opened. When this light is blinking, the washer is paused. When this light is off, the lid can be opened. After a cycle is started, the washer will fill to the appropriate water level. When the washer is done filling, it will start to agitate. If you need to open the lid to add a garment after this point, the lid will remain unlocked during the entire agitation portion of the wash phase. The cycle will automatically pause when the lid is opened, and the cycle will resume once the lid is closed and you press the Start/Pause button. The lid will lock before the spin phase begins. If you need to pause or stop after this point, you must press the START/PAUSE button and wait for the lid to unlock. The lid will only unlock after washer movement has stopped. Depending on when in the cycle you try to pause, it may take several seconds to several minutes for the lid to unlock (for example, 1 minute if the cycle is in the spin phase). Press the START/PAUSE button to resume the cycle.
At different stages of the wash cycle, you may hear sounds and pauses that are different from those of your previous washer. For example, you may hear a clicking and hum at the beginning of the spin phase as the lid lock goes through a self-test. There will be different kinds of humming and whirring sounds as the washplate tests for load balance or moves the load. And sometimes, you may hear nothing at all as the washer determines the correct water level for your load or allows time for clothes to soak.
Choosing the Right Detergent
Use only High Efficiency detergents. The package will be marked “HE” or “High Efficiency.” Using non-HE detergent will likely result in longer cycle times an
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