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4.Pwlj¡em:There is Lint on my Clothes

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What to Do

• Is your lint filter full?

Please refer to the manual section on cleiuiing the lint filter, and please confirm that the
lint filter is clean. It is important that the lint filter is clean before each new load of

• Did you properly sort your load of


In order to reduce the amount of lint in a load of laundry, sort lint producers (like a
fuzzy white cotton towel) separately from clothes that might catch lint (such as a pair
of black linen pants).

• Do your clothes have excess static


See comments below under There is static in my clothes after drying.

• Did you overload your dryer?

Divide your larger load into smaller loads.

• Did you place any paper, tissue, or

other similar material in the load?

Sometimes a person might forget to take a piece of paper or a tissue out of the pocket
of a pair of piuits, ttnd this paper, tissue, or similar material can cause excess lint in a
load of laundry. Confirm that the pockets of p;ints, shirts, and other articles of clothing
are empty before washing and drying.

5.Problem:Theire is static in my clothes after drying

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What to Do

' Did \uii Use falicic softener.'

I r\- using a fabric softener to reduce static electricity.

Did you over dry tlie load of




diving synlhelic. perinanenl and blends?....................

Over-drying a load of laundry can cause a build up of static electricity. Try
using a fabric softener or adjust your settings ;uid use a shorter drying time.

.These materials can cause sialic to btiild up in a load ol’dried clothes. Try

Lisiim a fabric soflener.

6.Problem:The drying time is not consistent



■ y\re you using consistent heat

settings iuid consistent load sizes?

What to Do

1 he tliy ing time for a loail will \ aiy ilepending on the heat setting, the t\ pe of heat

used (electric, natural or LP gas), the size of the load, the type of fabrics, the wetness
of the clothes and the condition of the exhaust ducts and lint filer.

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