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Dryer my dryer started by eating my clothes. every time I use it a garment gets caught inside the door frame. Now it squeals and does not stop my friend just yelled at me not to use it . i will have a fire

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It seems that the "bucket' is out of alignment. it should be aligned straight and there is a protective seal around the bucket.if it is not aligned right, it will turn very slow or could even ruin your bushing or bearing at the back of the dryer.(besides catching on fire) Disconnect the dryer and remove the top and front. you will notice if the bucket is out of place. The reason it is probably not stopping is because the switch on the inside of the door is shorting and therefore ON all the time.it has 2 wires that click on the switch when you close the dryer door.

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