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Drying cycles

Your dryer has a number of drying cycles to suit your laundry needs. Selecting the most appropriate cycle for each particular load will help ensure you get the best result.

Cycle

Designed For

Description

Max. Load Size (KG)

Default Dryness Level*

Default Drying Temp

Everyday**

Everyday clothing, eg t-shirts, trousers.

High heat cycle for rapid drying of everyday clothing.

6

Dry

High

Heavy

Heavy durable garments, eg work sweatshirts/ jerseys, rugby shorts, jeans, tea towels.

Longer, high heat cycle for heavier fabrics and denim.

6

Dry/Extra Dry

High

Delicate

Delicate clothing items, eg synthetics and fine fabrics.

Cooler cycle for carefully drying delicate and heat sensitive fabrics.

4

Dry

Medium

Easy Iron

Business shirts and clothing that creases easily.

Designed for items susceptible to creasing, with the ‘Wrinkle Free’ option selected.

4

Damp/Dry

High

Bulky

Bigger items like jackets or duvet/doona.

A medium heat cycle for the special care of bulky items.

2

Dry

Medium

Sports

Sports items,
eg running gear.

A medium heat cycle designed for the special care of sports items.

4

Dry

Medium

Freshen

Items that have been in storage or have not been worn/used for some time.

A short cycle with a burst of heat followed by cool air to help de-wrinkle and refresh items.

1 – 3 items

N/A

High

Rack Dry

Items that cannot be tumbled, eg shoes, hats, delicate garments.

Specifically for use with the drying rack so items can be dried flat without tumbling. User selectable 30-150 minute drying times.

2

N/A

Low

Air Dry

Clothes that you wish to dry for a specific time period, without heat.

40 minute timed cycle with no heat.

3

N/A

No heat

Time Dry

Clothes that you wish to dry for a specific time period.

User selectable 30 – 150 minute drying times.

6

N/A

High

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