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Dryer Operating Instructions

MANUFACTURER MODEL NUMBER LNC7764 LNC8764

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WARNING: Toreducetherisk of fire. explosion. electric shock. or personal injury. read the IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS before operating your dryer.

FOR YOUR SAFETY Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

FOR YOUR SAFETY If you smell gas 1. Open windows.

2. Don't touch electrical switches 3. Extinguish any open flame.

4. Immediately call your gas supplier.

READ THESE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU USE THE DRYER AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.

Before operating your dryer be sure that all installation requirements are met.

SEE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.

TO OPERATE:

1. CHECK LINT FILTER. Be sure the lint screen is clean and properly replaced.

Never use the dryer without the Lint Filter in position.

2. LOAD.

Generally. items that are washed together can be dried together. but the drying load should be sorted by weight. texture and bulk of fabrics within practical limits.

Overloading restricts tumbling action and results in uneven drying as well as excessive wrinkling of some fabrics.

3. CLOSE LOADING DOOR.

4. SELECT CYCLE AND SET TEMPERATURE SELECTOR.

TIMED DRY

If you wish to regulate the drying time. use the TIMED DRY cycle.

This cycle is used with either a FLUFF.

DELICATE OR REGULAR setting on the TEMPERATURE SELECTOR.

For timed drying. turn the Cycle Selector (large knob) clockwise until it points to the proper time setting in the Timed Dry cycle.

For heat-sensitive articles. use the FLUFF setting which will. of course. require longer drying times.

AUTOMATIC CYCLES

Select REGULAR SETTING on the TEMPERATURE SELECTOR.

Turn cycle selector (large knob) clockwise to selected dry setting.

Most loads will give satisfactory performance on "LESS DRY" setting.

For very large or very bulky loads. adjustment toward "MORE DRY" setting will be appropriate.

TEMPERATURE SELECTOR must be on REGULAR for automatic cycles to work correctly.

If FLUFF is inadvertently selected. the dryer will complete the cycle. but clothes will be wet.

5. CLOSE LOADING DOOR.

6. PUSH TO START. The large control knob on the timer dial of your dryer serves as a Start Switch as well as a Cycle Selector.

After the knob has been rotated to the desired drying cycle or drying time. it should be pressed in momentarily to start the dryer motor. gas burner/heating element and blower.

The dryer loading door must be closed for the Start Switch to function.

7. END OF CYCLE SIGNAL.

A buzzer

FEATURES

AUTO-DRY WRINKLE-FREE CLOTHES

WITH EXTENDED TUMBLE is designed to dry all synthetic fabrics.

Double Knits and Permanent Press fabrics automatically.

The Auto Wrinkle-Free Clothes Cycle also provides an automatic WRINKLE OUT to minimize wrinkles in Permanent Press fabrics.

The WRINKLE OUT feature allows the clothes to tumble without heat for about thirty minutes after the Wrinkle-Free cycle is complete

A signal buzzer sounds after 12 minutes of WRINKLE OUT. then every four minutes until the clothes are removed.

The dryer will stop automatically when the Wrinkle Out cool down period is completed.

Clothes can be removed at anytime throughout the Wrinkle Out cycle.

When the clothes are removed during the Wrinkle Out period. turn the timer to the off position to shut off the buzzer.

AUTO-DRY COTTONS

The Auto-Dry Cottons Cycle is designed to dry most cottons and linens automatically.

The clothes are cooled to reduce wrinkling for approximately 10 minutes at the end of the cycle.

DEGREE OF DRYNESS:

Two levels of dryness can be preset on the automatic cycles by setting the cycle selector at the desired start dry settings.

1. LESS DRY: This setting to be used for delicate fabrics or items to be damp ironed or finished hanger dried.

2. MORE DRY: This setting to be used for heavy or bulky fabrics that require longer drying times.

TIMED DRY

If you wish to regulate the drying time. use the TIMED DRY CYCLE.

The TIMED DRY CYCLE provides up to 110 minutes of drying time.

The will continue to tumble during cool down for approximately 10 minutes to cool them and reduce wrinkling.

Use Timed Dry for very small loads (under about 4 pounds).

In mixed loads. fabrics vary in bulk and weight. therefore. some items will dry faster than others.

Reset to the desired number of minutes in the TIMED DRY CYCLE to complete the drying of the remaining items.

FLUFF (no heat).

For Fluff Drying use the WRINKLE OUT setting which provides up to 30 minutes of room temperature air drying.

Use the WRINKLE OUT to freshen articles. or dry foam or rubberized items.

The TIMED DRY CYCLE with the DRY SELECTOR set on FLUFF may also be used for timed fluff requirements.

COOL DOWN

This period allows the clothes to reach a temperature comfortable for handling and reduces the creation of wrinkles.

Cool Down occurs at the end of the cycle.

10 minutes for Timed Dry and Auto-Dry Cottons.

30 minutes for Auto-Dry Wrinkle-Free clothes.

Clothes can be removed at any time during this period.

No significant energy usage is incurred as the heat is off and room temperature air is used.

DOOR SAFETY SWITCH

As soon as the loading door is opened. the dryer will stop operating; the dryer drum will stop tumbling. the heaters will turn off.

Inquisitive youngsters cannot see. much less touch. the drying drum while it is in motion.

This safety feature will serve also as a practical convenience.

It permits an over-looked item to be

After the drying door is opened. the Start Switch must be activated by pressing in the Cycle Select knob.

When this is done. the original drying cycle will resume until it is completed.

LINT FILTER

The Lint Filter is located in the bottom of the loading port and is accessible when the loading door is open.

It filters all the air circulated throughout the dryer and traps the considerable quantities of lint shed by most fabrics when they are dried after being washed.

The Lint Filter should be removed at the conclusion of each drying cycle for cleaning.

It should be lifted straight up until it clears the door opening.

Remove the lint with your hands.

Be sure the lint screen is properly replaced.

If a dryer fabric software is used frequently. it may deposit on lint screen.

Occasionally wash lint screen with soap and water (not detergent).

IF YOU HAVE A GAS DRYER:

AUTOMATIC IGNITION

At the beginning of each drying period the burner is automatically lighted by an electric igniter.

The burner is turned off and on to maintain the selected temperature in the drum.

AUTOMATIC INTERIOR LIGHT

For added convenience in loading and unloading. the Interior Light automatically illuminates the interior of the dryer when the door is opened.

To change. lift top of dryer by inserting a putty knife under top. 4" in from each site.

CAUTION

Disconnect power before replacing cylinder bulb.

NOTE

Rotate bulb holder to vertical position as shown before removing bulb.

Replace with a 25 watt 115/125 volt twist lock utility light Part No. 53-0570 or equivalent.

PUSH BULB DOWN AND ROTATE COUNTERCLOCK WISE TO REMOVE.

DATE INFORMATION FOR FUTURE REFERENCES

STORE

PURCHASE DATE

MODEL

SERIAL NO.

Energy Saving "13ps

Energy can be conserved by selecting and using the Automatic Regular cycle.

However. to minimize wrinkling of clothing. load should be removed immediately after dryer shuts off.

DRYER MAINTENANCE AND CARE

Occasionally wipe exterior with a clean damp sponge or cloth.

Polish with a soft dry cloth.

After every load. clean lint filter and screen.

Lifetime lubrication is done at the factory. so your dryer never needs to be oiled or greased.

Do not lay heavy or sharp objects on top of your dryer.

The top of both washer and dryer should not be used for removing stains from garments.

Some stain removers. such as rust remover. will mar the finish.

Remove pins. buckles or other sharp objects from clothes to prevent scratching interior parts.

Clothes should not be stored in dryer.

Remove all spills with a damp. soft cloth. as some laundry products will remove the glossy finish.

Once every year check exhaust system for clogged lint and clean if necessary.

10. Do not overload for best results and long use.

11. CLEANING THE DRUM - Keep dryer drum clean at all times. After drying a load of heavily starched. newly-dyed or tinted fabrics. or non-colorfast garments. wipe the drum with warm soapy water and rinse with a damp cloth to remove starch or dye.

DO NOT POUR WATER INTO THE DRUM.

12. Check the drum after each load for loose buttons. buckles. etc. which may have fallen off in the tumbling process.

BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE

Review Operating Instructions

If dryer will not start. or there is no heat:

If articles are slow to dry:

If dryer is noisy:

KEY FACTS:

BRAND NAME:

MODEL NO.:

AUTOMATIC DRYER

ADMIRAL

LNC 7766/8764

Type Electric Dryer Gas Dryer

Dimensions:

Cabinet Heigh{ 36" (91.4 CM)

Width 27" (68.5 CM)

Depth 27" (68.5 CM)

Clearance Required For Loading Door 50" (127 CM)

Electrical Requirements:

Volts

Frequency & Phase 60 HZ HZ

Type & Size of Circuit No. 10 AWG Copper No. 12 AWG Copper

Fuse Size 30 AMP 15 AMP Time Delay

Supply Cord None Supplied Supplied

Dryness Control Thermostatic

Heat Selections: 3 Positions Fluff. Delicate.

Regular

Number/Types of Cycles: 3 Cycles Auto Wrinkle-Free Timed Cottons Clothes Dry

Gas Requirements:

Rated Input 18.000 BTU/HR.

Type: Natural Gas

Inlet Connection Size 3/8" - 18 N.S.

Type of Ignition System: Intermittent

Rear. Bottom.

Right Rear. Bottom or Venting or Left Side Right Side

4" Diameter Duct 4" Diameter Duct

Outside Venting Recommended Required

Safety Precautions

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE OPERATION OF YOUR CLOTHES DRYER

WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE. EXPLOSION.

ELECTRIC SHOCK. OR PERSONAL INJURY WHEN USING YOUR DRYER. FOLLOW BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:

Because gas may escape from your system which may not be detected by smell alone. resulting in a potentially extremely dangerous situation. it is recommended by gas suppliers that you purchase and install a UL-approved gas detector(s) in your home.

Your local gas supplier can assist you in obtaining a gas detector.

Please install. maintain and use the gas detector in accordance with the gas manufacturer's instructions.

1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE DRYER. RETAIN ALL INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.

2. PROPERLY INSTALL AND LOCATE in accordance with the Installation Instructions.

INSTALL OR STORE dryer where it will NOT be exposed to the weather.

CONNECT to a properly rated. protected. and sized power supply circuit.

See Electrical Requirements.

HAVE A QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN install your dryer.

MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED See Installation Instructions.

SHOULD ANYONE get an ELECTRIC SHOCK from the dryer. disconnect electrical power.

DO NOT OPERATE until it has been repaired by a qualified service technician.

3. TO PREVENT INJURY TO CHILDREN:

DO NOT ALLOW children to play inside. on. or with the dryer.

CLOSE SUPERVISION of children is necessary when using dryer.

WHEN CHILDREN are mature enough. instruct them in the safe. correct use of the dryer.

DESTROY THE CARTON AND PLASTIC BAGS after unpacking the dryer.

REMOVE THE DOOR to the drying compartment before the dryer is removed from service or discarded.

4. DO NOT TAMPER with the operating controls.

5. DO NOT REACH INTO THE DRYER IF THE DRUM IS MOVING.

If the drum does not stop moving when the door is opened. disconnect the electrical power to the dryer.

Do not operate the dryer until it has been repaired by a qualified service technician.

6. TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY AND DAMAGE TO THE DRYER. DO NOT repair or replace any part of the dryer or attempt any servicing.

SERVICING should be referred to a qualified service technician.

7. KEEP PETS AWAY FROM DRYER. and keep dryer door closed at all times except while loading or unloading.

Pets may enter the dryer unnoticed when the door is open and become entrapped when the door is closed.

FIRE HAZARD

11. DRY ONLY ARTICLES WHICH HAVE BEEN WASHED IN WATER - Articles which have been cleaned. washed. soaked. or spotted with gasoline. dry cleaning solvents. oil. waxes. chemical solvents. alcohol. household cleaners. spot removers. turpentine. or other flammable or explosive materials will retain these substances.

DO NOT DRY ARTICLES which still contain these flammable or explosive substances as they give off vapors that could ignite or explode.

12. DO NOT USE HEAT to dry articles containing foam rubber. plastics or similarly textured rubberlike materials.

13. KEEP AREA AROUND AND UNDERNEATH DRYER free from the accumulation of combustible materials (such as lint. paper and rags); gasoline; and all other flammable vapors and liquids.

14. DO NOT ALLOW storage of any material to obstruct the ventilation air openings of the dryer.

15. TO PREVENT extended drying time and risk of fire.

CLEAN LINT SCREEN EACH LOAD.

16. THE INTERIOR of the dryer and the exhaust duct should be cleaned periodically by a qualified service technician.

17. THE EXHAUST SYSTEM should be periodically examined for damage to the exhaust duct and for free operation of the exhaust deflector.

Keep the area around the exhaust opening and surrounding areas free from the accumulation of LINT. DUST. and DIRT.

18. Recent studies have shown that if vegetable oil contaminated materials are incompletely washed. a carry-over and buildup of the oil may contribute to a chemical reaction (spontaneous combustion) that could cause a load to catch fire by itself. This would be more likely to happen if the load was left in the dryer after tumbling stopped or if items were folded and stacked while warm.

8. LUBRICATION All moving parts of the dryer are permanently lubricated and require no lubrication or oiling.

9. DO NOT USE FABRIC SOFTENERS or products to eliminate static (unless recommended for use in clothes dryers by the manufacturer of the fabric softener or product).

10. DO NOT DRY FIBERGLASS ARTICLES unless recommended by the manufacturer.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

PRINTED IN U.S.A.

Part No. 53-4252



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