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MAN U FACTU RER

MODEL NUMBER
Washer Operating Instructions LNC6766
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&WARNING: To reduce the risk of 3. DEPRESS FINGERTIP FAUCET if 8. SELECT LOAD SIZE. Determine the segment in either the Delicates,
fire, explosion, electric shock, or desired - provides cold water to selected setting based on clothes Cottons/Wrinkle-Free Clothes or Stain-
personal injury, read the IMPORTANT pretreat spots, stains or heavily load size (see table). Selection should Cleaner/Cottons Cycle. Extra Rinse can
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS before soiled areas without washer being in provide sufficient water to permit be selected for bulky items if desired.
operating your washer. operation. Feature can be used as a clothes to circulate during agitation. See washing program on the under-
cold water source to water flowers, side of the washer lid. CLOSE LID.
READ THESE OPERATING It may become necessary, due to
INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE pets, etc. bulky fabrics, to adjust the water 10. PULL TIMER KNOB OUT TO START.
YOU USE THE WASHER AND RETAIN level after agitation begins. To adjust
You may stop the washer at any time
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. 4. LOAD CLOTHES loosely in washer. for a higher water level, turn control
Maximum load is to top of agitator by simply pushing the -{3mer Knob
to RESET position and then back to
Before operating your washer, be sure vanes, IN. Therefore, it is possible to obtain a
desired setting. To decrease rinse
that all installation requirements are non-agitated soak for as long as you
water lever, turn the control to a
met. SEE INSTALLATION 5. LOAD LIQUID DISPENSER, if desired. wish, or to shorten, skip or repeat any
lower setting after wash agitation
INSTRUCTIONS. part of a cycle. The Timer Knob must
has started.
be pushed IN (off position) when you
TO OPERATE: 6. SELECT WATER TEMPERATURE.
WATER LEVEL SETTING LOAD SIZE change the setting.
Your Automatic Washer gives you a
Be sure washer drain hose is in drain. choice of hot, warm, or cold water SUPER 3/4- Full -
Water fill hoses should be attached and NOTE: Do not attempt to turn the
for washing and cold or warm water Timer Knob counterclockwise since
faucets fully opened. MEDIUM : 1/2 -- 3/4 Full
for rinsing. damage to the timer will result.
SMALL 1/4- 1/2 Full
1. LOAD BLEACH DISPENSER, if Hot Wash - Cold Rinse
MINI 1/4 Full 11. STOPS AUTOMATICALLY when wash
desired (maximum one cup). Warm Wash - Warm Rinse
Warm Wash - Cold Rinse REMEMBER: Items must circulate freely for best results. cycle is completed.
&CAUTION: Never pour chlorine Cold Wash - Cold Rinse
bleach directly onto clothes. 9. SELECT CYCLE. To set Cycle Timer, 12, END OF CYCLE SIGNAL, A buzzer will
push the "timer Knob IN (off position) sound to alert you to the end of the
7. SELECT SPEED COMBINATION.
2. MEASURE DETERGENT, place in and turn it to the right (clockwise) cycle. The buzzer may be adjusted for
Your washer has four wash and spin until the pointer is at the recom-
washer basket. degree of loudness or turned off.
speed combinations, mended starting point in the"wash"
13.TURN OFF FAUCETS when not using Set speed for normal agitation and LIQUID DISPENSER
washer. This is to protect the water spin speeds. This cycle is recom-
fill hose against excessive pressure. mended for most cotton fabrics (check
manufacturer's labels). Use for diapers,
Features baby formula, cosmetics and most oil- TOP
based stains.
DISPENSER

WASH CYCLE EXTRA RINSE provides an additional


rinse and spin out for bulky items such
CoI-rONS/WRINKLE.FREE CLOTHES as blankets and spreads. Water
temperature and speed will be the DFILL LINE Pour liquid chlorine bleach into
COTTONS consists of 16 minutes of
same as selected for the Regular Rinse. bleach dispenser,
agitation. You may set the timer knob
The Bleach Dispenser requires no
at any point between 4 to 16 minutes
for complete flexibility. special care for cleaning. However, to
avoid damage to chromed and painted
WRINKLE-FREE setting with speed surfaces, any spilled bleach should be
LIQUID
selection of NORMAL/SLOW and rinsed off immediately with clean water.
DISPENSER
temperature set at WARM/COLD will
give you a wash cycle for Permanent The dispenser may be used for fabric SAFETY SPIN
Press garments. conditioner with regular cycles or If for any reason you open the washer
liquid detergent with the Stain-Cleaner lid when the washer is in a SPIN or
DEMCATES CYCLE
cycles. Dispenser should be cleaned EXTRACT period, the operation will
DELICATES consists of 12 minutes of after use of liquid detergent. immediately stop. THIS IS FOR YOUR
agitation followed by a cool-down PERSONAL SAFETY. IF YOUR WASHER
Following the manufacturer's
spray rinse for Delicate Fabrics. A instructions, pour a measured amount DOES NOT STOP, CALL YOUR
shorter spin follows. SERVICEMAN IMMEDIATELY.
of liquid into inner chamber to fill line
STAIN-CLEANER eliminates the OR only. If liquid used comes below line,
inconvenience of wash tub soaking of add water. The dispenser will release
stained clothes before the wash cycle, the liquid at the appropriate time in the
Stain.Cleaner eliminates the need for cycle.
pre-spot products while providing If it becomes necessary to clean
comparable stain removal performance. dispenser, hold dispenser with bottom
Add liquid or granular detergent (step 2), side up and twist until tabs are
then place liquid detergent in the liquid disengaged from locking slots. You are
dispenser (step 4). Clothes soak for 30 then able to clean both parts using
minutes with several brief periods of warm water and a brush if necessary.
agitation. Water is spun out and clean
wash water is added along with To reassemble, hold both pieces in an When the lid is closed, the operation
detergent for a 16 minute wash. upright position. Insert the inner will automatically be resumed.
chamber into outer chamber and
Stain-Cleaner must be selected on the
UNT FILTERING SYSTEM position tabs into slots. Rotate until SPIN DRYING
TIMER KNOB. Otherwise, the detergent (AUTOMATIC} tabs snap into locking position.
will be spun out in the rinse water.
UNBALANCED SPIN LOAD
Select WARM/WARM on the The Lint Filtering system does not LIQUID BLEACH DISPENSER COMPENSATOR
TEMPERATURE SELECTOR to provide a require cleaning, A convenient Bleach Dispenser is built
warm water soak, a warm wash, and a Your new washer is designed to handle
Wash and rinse water is filtered and re- into your washer which makes it easy out-of-balance loads without shutting
warm rinse. Set speed for normal and safe to use liquid chlorine bleach
filtered continuously to trap lint shed down or interrupting the washing cycle.
agitation and spin speeds. Use this when it is needed. Load the Dispenser
by most fabrics during agitation cycle
cycle with polyesters and blends (check
before it can be re-deposited on the (maximum one cup) BEFORE YOU For this reason, the cycle will always be
manufacturer's recommendations). LOAD THE CLOTHES INTO THE
wash load. The engineered hole design completed. If heavier fabrics in such out-
Grass, ketchup, soil, and juices are WASHER.
on the wash basket in conjunction with of-balance loads should ever contain
among the stains that respond well to water flow produced by the agitator excessive moisture at the completion of
this type of treatment.
traps lint away from the clothes the cycle, redistribute the clothes in the
The Bleach Dispenser is located at the
Select HOT/COLD on the between the inner wash basket and washer and reset the Cycle Control for
left front corner of the door opening on
TEMPERATURE SELECTOR for a hot outer tub. Lint is automatically flushed an extra spin,
the cabinet top.
water soak, hot wash, and a cold dnse. from the washer during the spin cycle.
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR Replacement Parts will be made 5. Do not lay heavy or sharp objects on KEY FACTS: AUTOMATIC WASHERS
available at current prices. If requested, top of your washer. BRAND NAME: ADMIRAL
A built-in protector automatically shuts
off the washer motor in case of an prices will be quoted in advance when MODEL NO.: LNC6766
not listed. 6. The top of the washer should not be TYPE: TOP LOADING
overload. This can occur if:
used for removing stains from gar-
If you order parts by mail, you will pay DIMENSIONS:
ments. Some stain removers, such
Too heavy a load is being washed, the transportation charges from the as rust remover, will mar the finish. Cabinet Height: 36" (91.4 cm)
shipping point. w!Backguard: 44" (111.7 cm)
Too many appliances are plugged
into the line operating your washer. When you need a replacement part or w!Lid Open; 54" (137.2 cm)
accessory for a major appliance, home 7. Remove pins, buckles or other sharp Width: 27" (68.5 cm)
A low voltage condition exists on objects from clothes to prevent Depth: 27" (68.5 cm)
electronic item or lawn and garden
the line. scratching interior parts.
product that is not under warranty or ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS:
covered by a service contract, or if you
Lid is opened and closed repeatedly. Volts: 120V
need the location of the nearest service 8. Clothes should not be stored in
washer. Amps: 11.5
The overload protector permits the facility, call our Parts Sales Center Toll Hertz: 60 Hz
Free 1-800-323-1965.
washer to start again when the motor Three-prong grounding receptacle:
has cooled to a safe operating 9. Bleach, detergent, solvents, etc. Yes
12 MONTHS OF EXTRA SERVICE WITH
temperature. spilled on the top of your washer Fuse Size: 15 amp.
A COMPANY SERVICE CONTRACT
that are allowed to remain will time delay
If the motor stops repeatedly, call your Now, you can enjoy an additional twelve remove the glossy finish. Remove all Water Consumption!Normal Cycle
company service technician. months' protection after your original spills with a damp, soft cloth. (maximum and minimum fills)
warranty expires. For just pennies a day, Max. - 47 Gal. Min. - 20 Gal.
you are guaranteed unlimited parts and t0. If you close your home for the Description of water temperature
labor for a full year. Call or write your winter, have a serviceman drain the selection:
nearest company store for complete washer. Unplug cord from electric 4 Combinations:
Service Nationwide information. No obligation, of course. outlet and disconnect hoses from Hot Wash -- Cold Rinse
faucets. Warm Wash --Warm Rinse
HOW TO OBTAIN REPLACEMENT Warm Wash -- Cold Rinse
PARTS AND SERVICE Cold Wash -- Cord Rinse

The merchandise you have purchased Number, types of-


from us has been carefully engineered
and manufactured under the company's
rigid quality standards and should give
you satisfactory and dependable
_Ou Spin speeds:

Wash speeds:
Normal
Slow-
Normal
Slow -
- 620 R.P.M.
412 R,P,M.
- 88 O.P.M.
58 O,P.M.
operation. However, like all mechanical 4 Speed Combinations:
merchandise, it may occasionally 1. Check hoses to be sure there are no Normal Agitation - Normal Spin
require adjustment, replacement parts kinks or knots. Normal Agitation - Stow Spin
or maintenance. Should you ever need Slow Agitation - Normal Spin
technical assistance or parts, please 2. Your washer should not be installed Slow Agitation - Slow Spin
contact or write your nearest company or stored where temperature will go FINISHES -
Store or Product Service Center. below freezing, as damage to the Wash Basket: Polypropytene
washer could result. Collector Tub: Polypropylene
PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING: Top Surface: Organic Finish
1. Model, serial number and all of the 3. Occasionally wipe exterior with a Loading Door: Organic Finish
clean damp sponge or cloth. Polish Cabinet: Painted
other data shown on the model plate.
with a soft dry cloth. Dispensers Available
2. The date and the company store from
(indicate yes or no)
which you purchased your 4. Lifetime lubrication is done at the Detergent No
merchandise. factory, so your washer never needs Bleach Yes
3. State briefly the trouble you are to be oiled or greased. Liquid Dispenser Yes
having.
WEIGHT: 156 Ibs.
Listed by Underwriters I _hnratnri_e
A Safety Precautions
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE OPERATION OF YOUR CLOTHES WASHER

KEEP ALL LAUNDRY AIDS out of the


AWARNING: TO REDUCE THE reach of children, preferably in a locked FIRE HAZARD
RISK OF FIRE, EXPLOSION, cabinet. USE laundry aids only as
10. DO NOT ADD gasoline, dry- 13. KEEP AREA around and under-
ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR PERSONAL directed by manufacturer, observing all
INJURY WHEN USING YOUR warnings on container labels. cleaning solvents, or other flammable neath washer free from the accumu-
WASHER, FOLLOW BASIC SAFETY or explosive substances to the wash lation of combustible materials, such
PRECAUTIONS INCLUDING THE DESTROY THE CARTON AND PLASTIC water. These substances give off as lint, paper, rags, gasoline, and all
FOLLOWING: BAGS after unpacking the washer. vapors that could ignite or explode. other flammable vapors and liquids.
Cartons covered with rugs, bedspreads,
or plastic sheet can create a chamber 11. DO NOT WASH ARTICLES which 14, HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE
1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS with inadequate ventilation.
CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE have been previously cleaned, and under certain conditions,
WASHER. RETAIN ALL INSTRUCTIONS washed, soaked, or spotted with hydrogen gas may be produced in a
REMOVE THE DOOR to the washing
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, oil, hot water system that has not been
compartment before the washer is
removed from service or discarded. waxes, chemical solvents, alcohol, used for two weeks or more. If the hot
2. PROPERLY INSTALL AND LOCATE in turpentine, or other flammable or water system has not been used for
accordance with the Installation 4. DO NOT REACH INTO the washer if the explosive materials. These substances such a period, BEFORE USING THE
Instructions. tub or agitator is moving. The washer is will be retained in articles, and articles WASHER, turn on all hot water faucets
equipped with a safety switch for your which still contain these flammable or and let the water flow from each
MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED - See protection. If action does not stop when faucet for several minutes. This will
Installation Instructions. explosive substances give off vapors
the washer lid is opened during the Spin
that could ignite or explode. release any accumulated hydrogen
Cycle, disconnect the electrical power to
SHOULD ANYONE get an ELECTRIC the washer, Do not operate the washer gas. As this gas is flammable, DO NOT
SHOCK from the washer, disconnect until it has been repaired by a qualified 12. OBSERVE THESE PRECAUTIONS SMOKE or use an open flame during
electrical power. DO NOT OPERATE service technician. WHEN USING CLEANING FLUIDS, this procedure.
until it has been repaired by a qualified SPOT OR STAIN REMOVERS, ETC.
service technician. 5. DO NOT TAMPER with the Operating 15. Recent studies have shown that if
Controls. Products should be labeled vegetable oil contaminated materials
INSTALL OR STORE where it will NOT
"NONFLAMMABLE". Use according to are incompletely washed, a carry-over
be exposed to temperatures below 6. TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY and MANUFACTURER'S DIRECTIONS in a and buildup of the oil may contribute
freezing or exposed to the weather. damage to the washer, DO NOT repair well VENTILATED AREA or outdoors, to a chemical reaction (spontaneous
or replace any part of the washer or
CONNECT to a properly rated, Thoroughly RINSE ARTICLES by hand combustion) that could cause a load
attempt any servicing. SERVICING
protected, and sized power supply should be referred to a qualified service before placing them in the washer. to catch fire by itself. This would be
circuit. See Electrical Requirements. technician. Some of these products - rust more likety to happen if the load was
removers, for example - wilt damage left in the dryer after tumbling
CONNECT to adequate plumbing and 7. DO NOT WASH FIBERGLASS components and the finish of the stopped or if items were folded and
drain facilities. ARTICLES unless recommended by washer. stacked while warm.
manufacturer.
HAVE A QUALIFIED SERVICE
TECHNICIAN install your washer. 8. FLAME RETARDANT FINtSHES -
improper laundering could remove
3, TO PREVENT INJURY TO CHILDREN: them. FOLLOW garment manufacturer's
instructions carefully.
DO NOT ALLOW children to play
inside, on, or with the washer. 9. WHEN MOVING, have the washer
checked and properly installed by a
CLOSE SUPERVISION of children is qualified service technician.
necessary when using washer.
PRINTED IN U.S.A.
WHEN CHILDREN are mature enough,
instruct them in the safe, correct use of SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Part No. 35-5840
the washer.
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IMPORTANT
For Satisfaction Of Your Warranty -
Follow These Steps in Order

If service or parts are ever necessary, contact the dealer from whom you purchased the appliance.

If your problem is not solved locally, please contact us by mail, or telephone during normal business hours and we will
take the necessary steps to assure that parts or service are available to you within the terms of our warranty.

MAYTAG CUSTOMER SERVICE


P.O. Box 2370
Cleveland, Tennessee 37320-2370
Attn: Customer Relations Dept.
1-800-688-1120

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Limited Transmission Warranty

Dual Drive Transmission

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AUTOMATIC WASHER WARRANTY
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
THE MANUFACTURER warrants this automatic washer, to consumer* only, against defects in material or
workmanshipfor a period of one year from the date of its originalpurchase by a consumerfor home use.
THE MANUFACTURER, will repair or replace, at its option, any automatic washer which evidences, within the
warranty period, a defect in material or workmanship.

LIMITED WARRANTY Second Through Tenth Years


During the period beginning with the expiration of the full one year warranty and continuing through the tenth
year after date of original purchase by a consumer,THE MANUFACTURER, will:

1. Replace or repair any transmission that has failed as a result of defective material or
workmanship. See reverse side of this certificate for illustration of parts covered by this
limited warranty'.

2. Repair or replace any tub that has failed as a result of defective material or workmanship.
Owner will pay for mileage, and / or transportation, if required for service, and all labor costs.

LIMITED WARRANTY Second Through Twenty-Second Years


During the period beginning with the expiration of the full one year warranty and continuing through the
twenty=second year after date of original purchase by a consumer, THE MANUFACTURER, will:

Repair or replace any tub that has failed as a result of defective materiel or workmanship.
Owner willpay for mileage, and / or transportation,ff required for service, and all labor costs.

TERMS APPLICABLE TO ALL WARRANTIES


EXCLUSIONS
THE MANUFACTURER'S OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT EXTEND TO ANY
MALFUNCTION OR OTHER PROBLEM CAUSED BY:
1. Unreasonable use, such as butnot limitedto:
(a) Improper settingof controls (see owner's guide).
(b) improper installation includingfailure to conform to local electricalcodes.
(c) Impropervoltage supply, loose electricalconnections or blown house fuses.
2. Circumstances notattributableto a defect in material or workmanship.
3. Parts notcovered by the limited warranty, during the limited warranty period.
4. Unauthorized repair, alteration, modificationor adjustment.
TO SECURE WARRANTY SERVICE
Contact your local dealer for referral to an authorized warranty servicer, or contact MAYI"AG CUSTOMER
SERVICE, P.O. Box 2370, Cleveland, TN 37230-2370. To save time, your letter should include the
complete model and serial number of the warranted appliance, the name and address of the dealer from
whom you purchasedthe appliance, the date of purchase and details concerning your problem.
UMITATION OF LIABIUTY
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES SUSTAINED BY ANY PERSON AS A RESULT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY OR
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY UNLESS HEREIN OTHERWISE PROVIDED. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW
THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATIONS OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

ADDITIONAL RIGHTS
This Warranty gives you specificlegal rights,and you may also have other rightswhich may vary from state to
state. No one is authorized to increase, alter, or enlarge THE MANUFACTURER'S responsibilities or
obligations under these warranties.
* As defined in regulations under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

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