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I have a CTD85 dryer which is showing F-10. I have just tried to take off the back panel but I didn;t see anything that matches the desciption on here! any ideas??

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  • abzjones Jan 14, 2009

    People Have saidn on here that with the CTD85 model you can take off the back panel and there are 3 thermostats, and when you put a pin in the brown on it clicks and this sorts out this problem. When I took the back panel off mine, I saw the heating elements but did't see a brown thing or anywhere to put a pin!

  • Bill Dickerson
    Bill Dickerson May 11, 2010

    Get your manual out and see what it says. Call the mfr. and get help from a tech support. I am not familiar with these codes. What is the dryer not doing?

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I am not familiar with this either. You may can go to google search and type in model and the code and someone else may have had a similar problem and a solution as well.

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