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The dyer works, heats up but the door keeps popping out and stop

Stopping the load from drying. I have checked the lint box and it is clear. I do not have it pushed up against the wall and the hose is free. Please help!!!

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REPL/ THERMAL FUSE LOCATED IN REAR (IF) LINT SCREEN ON TOP// OR LINT SCREEN INSIDE DRYER REMOVE METAL HOUSING WERE LINT SCREEN GOES INTO AND BEHIND THAT IS THERAML FUSE WHITE IN COLOR 2 RED WIRES CONNECT TOOOO......

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