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I have a Kenmore HE3 front load dryer number DADT-ELE-2406024-EL54 saying F01 and won't turn on. I cleaned the lint from hose and still nothing. Is there something else I can try before calling a tech

First said check lint screen. It was clean so I cleaned the hose in back. Now saying F01 and won't run.

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