Does it reduce drying time and end without completely drying laundry?
If the drying level is set to [Low], [Delicate], it operates a mild drying process compared to the normal cycle. This is to reduce the shrinkage of clothing or the generation of static electricity.
Check the drying level before drying the laundry.
Is the drying level set to “Low” on the normal and shirt cycles?
➔ Set the most appropriate drying level for the cycle and laundry.
The drying process ends without leaving the laundry completely dry so that immediate ironing is not possible without spraying the laundry with water.
In order to prepare slightly damp clothes for ironing, set the drying level to “Low” to perform a mild dry, and use it only for clothes that require ironing (shirts, formal trousers, etc.).
Is the laundry load too small?
➔ Use the timed 'Warm air' dry cycle to do an additional dry for any laundry that is still damp.
If the laundry load is too small (10 or fewer towels) during the drying operation, it may not reach the humidity sensor in front of the lint filter, causing the drying process to end too early.
Use the timed 'Warm air' dry cycle to do an additional dry for any laundry that is still damp.
Do drying times change depending on the laundry?
➔ It is natural for the drying time to vary depending on the amount/type/spin cycle of the laundry.
If the dry level is set to “Low”, the initial drying time shown on display will be 1 hour and 5 minutes.
However, depending on the amount/type/spin cycle of the laundry, drying times can be extended or shortened drastically during the drying process.
This is a natural part of the operation, but in order to give an extra dry, use the timed dry cycle to proceed with an additional dry.
This guide was created for all models, so the images or content may be different from your product.