Exhaust requirements, Dryer exhaust requirements, Warning – Whirlpool Thin Twin User Manual

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13. Move the washer to its permanent location.

14. Tilt the washer forward off the floor and set back down to adjust the rear self-leveling legs.

15. Check the washer for level, both side-to-side and front-to-back. Adjust the front legs as

necessary. Tighten the locking nuts to the base of the washer with a wrench. If the nuts
are not tightened, the washer may vibrate excessively.

16. Run water through both faucets to get rid of particles in the water lines.

17. Attach the hoses to the water faucets. The bottom hose should be connected to the hot water

supply and the top hose should be connected to the cold water supply.

18. Cut the shipping strap at the words "CUT HERE" and slide it off the power supply plug.

(Fig. 14)

19. The hook-end of the drain hose can be installed into a stand pipe

(Fig. 5, A &B)

or laundry tub,

(Fig. 5, C)

and secured with the shipping strap as shown.


Fig. 5

Exhaust Requirements

The dryer comes with a rear deflector vent to exhaust the dryer straight out the rear. This vent can be
connected to an exhaust system that goes up, down, left or right. All ducting systems should end in an

exhaust hood to prevent back draft.

To convert the dryer to exhaust left, right, up or down, Exhaust Kit, Part No. 279823 MUST be used.

Follow the instructions in the kit to avoid operational and personal hazard.



Electrical Shock Hazard

Disconnect power before servicing.

Failure to do so could result in serious

injury or



Personal Injury Hazard

Wear gloves and long sleeves to protect

hands and arms from sharp edges that

might be present.

Failure to do so could result in personal