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Noisy my dryer is 13 month old! 1 month to old for warenty!! its very nosy when is running!! and not hot enough. I called Sears and they tell me to bye and extende waranty , but i dont know???

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Call kitchen aid directly and hollar,,,they will send a tech...onthejob

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