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My buddy's coin-op dryer kicks out after 20 seconds and panel indicates door

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Either the latch is worn out or the switch is loose. You have to disassemble to see if the switch is bad.

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http://www.fowlercompanies.com/servicemanuals%5CMDG16SERVICE.PDF

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