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Possible problem may be broken belt or misaligned door switch. Try carefully holding the door switch closed to see if the dryer starts. If the dryer turns while manually pressing the door switch, but not when the door is closed, then the switch is misaligned. Make switch alignment to fix.
Hi Celine, I just experienced the same exact problem. I came here looking for a solution. I got mine to stop by holding down the cycle signal button for 3 seconds, releasing it for three seconds, and repeating until both lights (loud and soft) went off. Hope it helps.
yes, unhook the vent to the back run the dryer if it heats better then either replace the venting or clean it out... hint use a leaf blower to blow that line out....... lint blockage or cloggage in the vent will reduce dryin times and yes possibly start fire... when it is on go outside to wear it vents and see or feel if it is blowin outside... hope this helps
Common faults - 1 Theheating elementscan fail (meaning open circuit) 2 There arecut-outs (T.O.C's)that might need resetting 3 Thethermostats (stats)can trip out or burn out (meaning open
circuit) 4 Modern
tumble dryers also have sensors andpcb's (Printed circuit
have programs that can fail and circuitry although most should produce an error
code showing you were the fault is. 5 Faulty
connections and burned wires may also be the fault.
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Your lint fllter should be readily accessible and should be cleaned before each cycle. If this has been building up for a whle, I highly recommend cleaning the interior of the dryer. This requires removing the front panel and vacuuming the lint out of the machine. Be careful not to touch any of the heating elements with the vac. Also it is a good idea to clean the exhaust vent periodically. Detach the flex connection from the machine and check that it's not plugged as well. Hope this gets things dryin' again. Let us know if you need further details.