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Unplug the machine for a couple of minutes. Let the onboard computer reset itself this way. Plug back in and see if it stops the flashing lights. If unplugging for a couple of minutes does not solve the problem, call a repairman or contact the seller where you bought the machine and ask them what you can do. Hopefully the flashing lights are not an indication of larger problem that only a repairman can fix. Worth a try.
If you look closely, there are 3 separate pins that must latch. One is a simple push-button style which latches no problem. The others are little prongs at the top and bottom of door. The bottom prong latches cleanly, but the top one will not latch because the door is a bit too flexible. Close the door normally, then firmly press on the top edge of the door. You will hear the final latch grab, then you press and hold the start button. The dryer starts normally.
I have a kenmore dryer, bought used, and it was working good but it now wont turn on. The light inside comes on when the door is opened, but no matter what the setting, it wont start. It's the Kenmore 70 series, front loading electric dryer. Is there a fuse or reset button I can try?
A quarter was lodged on the thermal fuse , located below the lint screen on the blower exhaust housing, on our dryer. Remove the front lower panel , 2 screw, and you'll see 2 fuses. I suspect that our control board is burnt.