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Running the faucet before washing clothing

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Rinsing before Running a Wash Cycle

IMPORTANT: Before rinsing, make sure to sort, prepare, and load laundry as discussed in “Running a Wash Cycle” in your Owner's Manual.

Turn on Faucet

Style 1

  • Press the faucet button once to turn on and press again to turn off.
  • The faucet will automatically shut off after 10 minutes or when the max water level is reached.
  • Water will automatically drain if the water level becomes too high or if the lid is left open for 10 minutes.
  • On Load & Go models when the faucet is on touch TEMP button to select water temperature or touch LOAD & GO button to manually dispense a dose of detergent.

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Style 2

  • Press the faucet button once. You do not need to hold the button.
  • Turn off the faucet by pressing the button again.
  • If accidentally left on, the faucet will automatically shut off.
  • Water from the tub will automatically drain if the level becomes too high. The water will also drain after 10 minutes if the lid is left open.

Drain the water manually

• If you choose to drain water in the tub: with the washer turned on, select DRAIN & SPIN and touch and hold the START/ PAUSE button.

• Water in the tub will always be drained before you start a wash cycle.

Rinse and drain water, if desired

• If you choose to rinse the laundry and then drain: with the washer turned on, select RINSE & SPIN and touch and hold the START/PAUSE button.

• Water in the tub will always be drained before you start a wash cycle.

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