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When drying the dryer seems to smoke and coils get red. how can i fix that problem?

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Check your cycling thermostat. Sounds like it's cycling on the high limit rather then the thermostat. While inside the unit, clean the lint out of the whole thing. Smoke is not a good thing. Where there is smoke, fire isn't far behind. Good luck!
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