Substance which makes up the inside of a dryer. Stainless Steel (STS) prevents rust and discoloration.
Preset Drying Cycles
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.
Adjust Time (Up / Down)
Control feature (with arrow buttons) that enables a user to increase or decrease a cycle's drying time.
Adjustable Level of End of Cycle
Function that allows users to change the volume on the alarm that indicates a cycle has ended.
Mode that uses a specialized drying rack for tumble-free drying of sneakers, sweaters, and other items.
Lint Filter Indicator
Remaining Time Display
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.
Depth When Stacked
Measurement of a washer and dryer, from front to back, when stacked on top of one another.
Center Soft Touch Dial
Dial on a dryer's console that allows a user to navigate settings easily, with a light touch.
Display Color (LED)
Color and type of the control panel's screen.
The type of monitor panel technology (typical listings include TN, VA, IPS, PLS)
Neat White Exterior Color, Tango Red
Part of a dryer that converts electricity into heat, as measured in British thermal units (BTU) per hour.
Steam Refresh (Steam Dry)
Cycle that tumbles with heat and water moisture to freshen clothes, smooth wrinkles, and reduce odor.
Heavy Duty (Sensor Dry)
Towels (Sensor Dry)
Cycle optimized for drying towels. Sensor Dry detects moisture levels and stops the cycle when a load is dry.
Permanent Press (Sensor Dry)
Cycle with a longer, unheated cool-down period to minimize wrinkling of cottons, synthetics, and knits.
Delicates (Sensor Dry)
Cycle that dries at a low temperature for fragile or heat-sensitive fabrics, such as hosiery or linen.
Time Dry (Manual Dry)
Cycle that enables a user to select and set the duration of a load (in minutes).
Air Fluff (Manual Dry)
Cycle that tumbles items in room temperature air to avoid damage caused by heat.
Quick Dry (Manual Dry)
Abbreviated 30-minute dry cycle for mildly damp clothes and users on the go.
Steam Wrinkle Care (Steam Dry)
Cycle that tumbles with heat and water moisture to release wrinkles from items left in dryer too long.
Sanitize (Sensor Dry)
Cycle that sanitizes garments and bedding by using high temperature heat to permeate fabrics.
Feature that provides intermittent, unheated tumbling at the end of a cycle to reduce wrinkling.
Mixed Load Bell
Alarm signaling that certain garments can be taken out early, while heavier clothes continue to dry.
Two (2) Years Control Board
Control Board Parts
VRT™ Vibration Reduction
Technology that reduces washer vibration and noise at high spin speeds, even during unbalanced loads.
Product Weight (lb.)
Weight of the washing machine or dryer, and the shipping container, in pounds (lb.).