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Hunting boots no no!

Today I put my hunting boots in my new whirlpool dryer. I wrapped them up so they wouldn't tumble so hard. Anyway the boots came loose and forced the dryer door open shutting off the dryer. I then reshut the door and started it back up. Within a few seconds an alarm noise went off and the dryer would not come back on. What happened? I unplugged the dryer and cut everything off. After 5 min I plugged it back in and reset the dials and tried to start. It did not. I then came back a few minutes later to find the dryer was running again. What occured?

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If you have one of those fubuloso wrinkle guard whirlpools, they will buzz and start back up on their own in the cool down portion of the cycle the idea being the 2nd timer will keep the clothes from wrinkling by buzzing and then coming to life for a few minutes. Then it waits 10 minutes and if you aint got the clothes out or opened the door then it will repeat.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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