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New Malber wd1000...how do you unlock the dryer..picked up at store

HI..i just bought a floor model and after the wash cycle it doesn't kick into dry...i think you have to unbolt some screws from the dryer or set it up properly..they forgot to give me the manual and it's in the mail but i need to use it...wash works but doesnt' go into dry cycle when finished...tried everything with settings so i think there is something to do to the machine for set up?? Some type of bolts have to be removed..called them but they will only send the manual or make an apt for a month away for someone to come..HELP...thanks

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  • Dianne Quinn Jun 24, 2007

    Thank you so much...yes the shipping brackets were still in place...thank you soooo much!

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TURN THE MACHINE OFF NOW. If the machine still has the transit brackets fitted (which is what I think your post implies), operating it in a wash cycle is likely to lead to severe damage to the machine and could be quite dangerous too. You can find a copy of the manual here: http://www.absak.com/pdf/manuals/Malber/WDman.pdf Before you use the machine again, suggest you look at page 2, and check that everything that should have been removed actually has been. Turning to the question you actually asked, failure to go into a tumble cycle isn't really the sort of thing that would normally associate with packaging having been left in place. Skimming through the manual, there are hints (see page 14) that you're meant to do some counterintuitive things to make the dryer work on this model - like keeping the "half load" button pressed in. Making sure "Spin Cancel" is out is a bit more obvious, but just as important. A.

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