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To determine why your clothes may be getting caught in your dryer, place your hand in an old pair of pantyhose or a nylon stocking (one you don't care about ripping) and slowly run your hand along the drum and agitator. Does it catch anything?
Even though you may have felt with your hands, you might have missed something that is causing the rips. The insides of these holes may rust, and material catches it even though you don't feel it with your hands. If you discover a snag, you can simply take household sandpaper and sand the area(s) down yourself to help fix this problem.
The only other option may possibly be to replace large internal components of the tub, which at this point, please reach out to a professional to properly diagnose and repair your dryer. I hope this is helpful. -Matt
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