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"LOC". As I turn the dial to the requested setting, all the times (15min. 55 min., etc.) are displayed, but as I go to push the 'start' button, the screen says, "LOC", and the dryer won't start. What is this LOC mean on the screen? I tried to unplug the dryer in hopes that it would re-set things, but, when I plugged it back in, the "LOC" letters reappear as I try to start my dryer. What can I do? I have alot of wet clothes ready to dry!!

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Hi, "LOC" indicates that the control panel settings are locked. Press the SELECT and OPTION button simultaneously to toggle this 'feature' on or off. Hope this helps.



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Hi, "LOC" indicates that the control panel settings are locked. Press the SELECT and OPTION button simultaneously to toggle this 'feature' on or off. Hope this helps.

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