Dexter Laundry T-50 (On-Premise) User Manual

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Dryer Model

Dry Weight Capacity


30 lb (13.6 kg)


50 lb (22.7 kg)


80 lb (36.3 kg)




Tools required: 3/4” hex socket and ratchet driver, knife, channel-lock wrench that opens to 1 3/8".

1. Remove the plastic wrap with knife. Remove cardboard rails, fillers and top cap.

2. Using a ratchet and a 3/4” socket, remove the (4) bolts attaching the wooden skid to the dryer cabinet. Save

the bolts for future moving of the dryer.

3. With a walking motion, move the dryer forward completely off the wooden skid. Save the skid for future

moving of the dryer.

4. Using the channel-lock wrench, adjust the leveling legs to align the machine with adjacent units.

Note: If the dryer is ever moved again, the dryer should be re-mounted on its pallet and its crating bolts re-

inserted and tightened, in the reverse order as above.


1. CODE CONFORMITY. All commercial dryer installations must conform with local codes, or in the absence of

local codes, with the latest edition of the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1. Canadian installations must comply

with the current Standard CAN/CGA-B149 (.1 or .2) Installation Code for Gas Burning Appliances or Equipment, and
local codes if applicable. Australian installations must meet installation requirements and pipe sizing requirements of

AS/NZA 5601. The appliance, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with the latest edition of

the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA70, or, when installed in Canada, with Standard CSA C22.1 Canadian

Electrical Code Part 1.

2. INSTALLATION CLEARANCES: This unit may be installed at the following alcove clearance. (millimeters)
I. Left Side


II. Right Side

0" *

III. Back

18" (457) (Certified for 1" (25) clearance; however, 18" (457) clearance is necessary behind

the belt guard to allow servicing and maintenance.)

IV. Front

48" (1220) (to allow use of dryer)

V. Top

Refer to figure on next page labeled “Vertical Clearance Dimensions”.
Certification allows 0" clearance at the top 1" (25) back from the front. However, a 1/4" (6)
clearance is required to allow opening the upper service door.

A 10" (254) clearance is required from the top at all other points.

VI. Floor

This unit may be installed upon a combustible floor.

*Units may be installed in direct contact with an adjacent dryer, providing allowance is made for opening upper and

lower service doors.
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.

Maintain minimum of 1" (25) clearance between duct and combustible material.

Refer to installation label attached to rear guard for other installation information.