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Dryer When I put cycle on to wash, after the wash is complete it goes straight on to drying cycle. I have read the manual over and over but I must be missing something. All I want to do is wash the clothes spin them and finish cycle then if I decide I want to dry the clothes do so myself but the machine seems to do this automatically which I don' t want. Please help I must be doing something wrong or missing the point somewhere along the line. Thanking you

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It sounds as if you have the dryer button pressed in before you start the wash! If you don't. it is likely it is stuck in or the switch is shorting out on the back. Unless you are a competent DIYer, find someone who is to check the electrical connections and test whether the switch is working correctly.

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