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I have a logik LVD6W13 tumble dryer, I've only had it for a few months and it won't work, the lights on the dryness indicator standard dry and light dry keep flashing together along wi

I've tried taking washing out to reduce the load, unplugged the dryer, tried to restart, checked filters and the hose at the back, tried to start it with no washing in

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I have the same tumble dryer doing the same thing. Got it about a month ago. Is yours outside? In garage or shed?

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Contact the store where you purchased it, it should be under warranty.

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    Helen Beacock Dec 06, 2014

    it hasnt really helped as i would have done that any way but thank you for getting back to me.

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