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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem. It actually has nothing to do with the filters. If your dryer sounds like it wants to start the capacitor is blown.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
There is an access flap below the door on the bottom left. Open the flap turn blue levers, take plastic cover off (there may be a bit of water there). Clean the inside. Problem solved
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
i got the same problem and no repair man could help . i think i just got mine fixed 6-15-09 .what you do is go behind the dryer , remove the air duct and then remove the pipe that is inside the machine by removing one screw . this will give you access inside the machine .first clean as much as you can of the lint inside by vacuuming it . if you look to the left you will see 2 wires with a black button in the middle this is the ignitor ,clean it good because i think the dirt is not allowing it to light up . i did that and mine is working but the cooling light is still on .
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
TRY TAKING OFF THE VENT HOSE AND RUN A CYCLE WITHOUT IT AND SEE IF IT DRYS FASTER....YOU MAY HAVE A CLOG OF SOME SORT IN YOUR WALL
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
SOURCE: front loading dryer
Wrong Richard-sorry- but had this issue. Check filter light would come on and I ignored it (after checking for built up lint) and now the dryer wont start. I pulled everything apart and it seems I had a duct loose inside letting all the lint inside the dryer. It was a warning I ignored.
Posted on May 02, 2012
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believe that everything else is fine rather it is the thermal fuse that is
located inside the rear panel to the exhaust duct that is bad and should be
replaced. If you want you can test this fuse for continuity and if it is bad
then it should be replaced, as it cannot be reset. If the fuse is fine then it
can be due to the control board that is bad and should be replaced.
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