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(Now- unfortunately FixYa cannot provide manuals direct - members of the forum are just people from all over the world, probably working from home, and not representing any particular manufacturer ;-0)
You will need to type into your search engine/web browser '(make model number) washer manual' and you should be presented with a number of sources from which you can either download for free or have to pay a nominal amount.
You could also try the manufacturer's web site direct ;-0)
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Check your cvent going outside. also check to see if the vent is smashed. try using the time dry cycle and see how your clothes turn out. if they are still wet or damp. you have a heating problem. try those solutions.
Hi, you can embed 'google search' engine to your website.
The basic technique involved here is to be able to manipulate one of
the variables handed to the Google search engine, a variable called sitesearch.
Set it to a null value and you're searching the entire World Wide Web,
but set it to a specific domain and it's constrained exactly as if you
had typed in the Google special notation site:domain.
In addition to that, you need an input field and a submit button. Put
them all together and here's the minimalist Google search form that
lets the user alternate between just your site (well, in this case just
my site) or the entire Web: