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When drying it its sounds like shoes bouncing around

Noisey but still drys

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Have it looked at: many use a belt that turns the drum the clothing is in and it may have rubber like wheels that have worn or are flattened on one side--worn wheels if it has it will cause this issue.

Posted on Dec 04, 2012

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