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We have a samsung front load dryer and it stopped working showing a flashing shirt

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Try unplugging the Samsung dryer for 5 minutes.If plug is hard to get to,switch off breaker to dryer,then flip back on after 5 mins.Hope this solves your problem !!

Posted on May 08, 2017

  • michael vanier May 08, 2017

    If the reset does not do the trick, You either have ab ad control board, or a thermal fuse inside the dryer has broken and would need to be replaced.

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