Stability, 3a. outside wall, 3b. basement wall – Maytag 53-3442 User Manual
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Place dryer in the location where it will
be used. Check, by rocking dryer with
hands on opposite corners, that all
four (4) feet are in firm contact with the
floor. If it rocks, adjust as needed.
3A. OUTSIDE WALL
Attach dryer vent pipe to outside
exhaust vent. Outside exhaust vent
should fit over dryer vent pipe to avoid
catching lint. Tape all joints with heat
3B. BASEMENT WALL
90° ELBOW 4” DIA—
In basements, the exhaust can be ele
vated by installing elbows to raise the
vent hood above the ground level.
3C. FLOOR EXHAUSTING
If space permits, a 4” dia. elbow point
ed downward through the floor may be
used. If not possible, the dryer may be
exhausted through the bottom as illus
trated later in this manual.
3D. INDOOR EXHAUSTING
(NOT RECOMMENDED unless
conditions on page 6 are met.)
When exhausting indoors, use the
indoor exhaust kit and maintain a mini
mum clearance of 6 inches between the
rear of the dryer and any adjacent wall.
Read further instructions in this manual.
4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
POWER CORD (PIGTAIL).
This appliance must be connected to a grounded metal, permanent wiring
system; or an equipment - grounding conductor must be run with the cir
cuit conductors and connected to the equipment - grounding terminal or
lead on the appliance.