When the space for drying clothes is limited and the weather is humid, clothes can often become damp and smelly when not dried properly. In such situations, it is desirable to install a household clothes dryer so that one no longer has to worry about wet clothes. Given that when living together, a family inevitably runs out of space for drying clothes, let's take a look at the installation method for the household clothes dryer below!
Place the clothes dryer on a clean, flat surface; the indoor environment should be well-ventilated and dry, without flammable or explosive materials.
The clothes dryer should not be placed too close to walls and hard objects, to ensure ventilation and heat dissipation. It should also not be located too close to a water source, to prevent water from entering the internal components during use.
Install the exhaust pipe without bending it and ensure that the diameter is not smaller than the original seal, as insufficient exhaust flow may affect the performance of the clothes dryer and even cause damage or fire.
Connect the power using a specialized wiring and socket; ensure that the performance is not affected once turned on, and promptly investigate in case the fan fails to rotate.
Put wet clothes into the electric clothes dryer, use according to the instructions provided, and check if any malfunctions occur during use.
Install the exhaust port to remove the damp and hot exhaust produced by the clothes dryer. The diameter of the exhaust pipe must not be smaller than the original size and cannot be bent, as this may affect the suction of the household clothes dryer and cause damage. Pay extra attention when installing an indoor vent to ensure proper ventilation.
Next, connect the electricity by setting up a specialized circuit board for the clothes dryer, and be sure to check the rotation of the fan for proper functionality.
A visible grounding sign and screw can be found at the back of the household clothes dryer for safety. Do not overlook this installation step to avoid electric shock accidents.
After installation is complete, it is necessary to run a test to start up the household clothes dryer, ensuring that it functions properly without problems. Check every detail and confirm accuracy before using the dryer.
Remove the transport bolts with the supplied wrench at the back of the clother washer and clothes dryer.
Install the clothes washer and clothes dryer water inlet pipe; hold the connecting base with four screws in one hand, and pull down the water inlet pipe with the other hand to release the latch. Confirm that the white plastic guide sleeve and black rubber pad inside the connecting head are intact and then attach the connecting head.
Loosen the screws and rotate the upper (metal) and lower (plastic) connecting heads in opposite directions to leave 3-4 threads of clearance between them.
Attach the water inlet pipe to the connecting base while holding down the small latch on the water inlet hose, revealing four small steel balls before connecting to the connecting base. The clothes washer and clothes dryer machine is now fully installed.
Of course, household clothes dryers can also be used to dry shoes, bedding, and more. The clothes dryer must be installed on a flat surface with good ventilation, away from heat sources and flammable materials. Ensure that a gap is left at the back for proper heat dissipation during installation.