Now you can save time on chores by not ironing as much. Wrinkle release tumbles clothes at the end of the cycle, without using heat, which helps prevent wrinkles from setting in.
The long-lasting stainless steel drum won’t chip, rust or discolor over time. Now your dryer will last longer and look great, even on the inside.
Whether it' more dry, normal dry, less dry or damp dry, you'll have four drying levels to suit your laundry needs.
Customize your drying needs by choosing from seven cycles: wrinkle release, normal, heavy duty, permanent press, delicates, time dry, and air fluff.
This smart sensor detects moisture levels in the laundry and intelligently adjusts the drying time accordingly. No wasted drying time means not wasting extra money on your utility bill. Get the perfect dry, every time.
Substance which makes up the inside of a dryer. Stainless Steel (STS) prevents rust and discoloration.
Set (or number) of cycles on a dryer that apply specific drying methods to garments and fabrics.
Method in which air flow is directed safely out of a dryer.
Control feature (with arrow buttons) that enables a user to increase or decrease a cycle's drying time.
Function that allows users to change the volume on the alarm that indicates a cycle has ended.
Function that prevents a dryer door from being opened by a child.
Mode that uses a specialized drying rack for tumble-free drying of sneakers, sweaters, and other items.
Display that show the time remaining in a particular cycle.
Dryer door that can be changed (with four screws) to open from the left or right, for easy access.
Feature that applies steam to any of seven wash cycles for effective stain treatment.
Measurement of a washer and dryer, from front to back, when stacked on top of one another.
Dial on a dryer's console that allows a user to navigate settings easily, with a light touch.
Format, size, and color, of washer or dryer's display (screen showing clock, timer, and washing parameters.)
Time it takes dryer to dry 8 lbs of laundry, as tested by the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers.
Part of a dryer that converts electricity into heat, as measured in British thermal units (BTU) per hour.
Cycle with a longer, unheated cool-down period to minimize wrinkling of cottons, synthetics, and knits.
Cycle that dries at a low temperature for fragile or heat-sensitive fabrics, such as hosiery or linen.
Cycle that enables a user to select and set the duration of a load (in minutes).
Cycle that tumbles items in room temperature air to avoid damage caused by heat.
Feature that provides intermittent, unheated tumbling at the end of a cycle to reduce wrinkling.
Weight of the washing machine or dryer in pounds (lbs.).
Weight of the washing machine or dryer, and the shipping container, in pounds (lb.).
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