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One of the most time-consuming uses of a dryer is drying blankets and sheets. The reason it takes so long is the blanket or sheet can be twisted into a tightwad or ball during the drying cycle. Once this happens the dryer is incapable of drying the center of the wadded blanket or sheet. The solution today is to take the blanket or sheet out of the dryer halfway through the drying cycle and unwad the bundle of sheets or blankets.
Then place the blanket or sheet back into the dryer to restart the dryer cycle over and over again until the blanket or sheet is dried. If you forget to
unwad the blanket or sheet when you get ready to make the bed, the blanket and or the sheet will be wet. In order the fix this problem the Dwadder is strapped to the sheet or blanket using a silicone cord before it is placed into the dryer. Once the dryer is started the blanket or sheet will wrap around the device allowing a space to be in the center of the blanket or sheet. With the space that is created by the
Dwadder the center of your blanket and sheet will dry faster and will not roll into a tight ball or cylinder shape. This will help save time drying your sheets and blankets. The device will also prevent wadding of your sheets and blankets so you don't have to
unwad your blankets and sheets half way between the drying cycles.
The Dwadder will save you time and money. It can save up to 30 minutes off your drying time. This will save you energy. You will save time and worry less about your blanket or sheet not being completely dried when the drying process is finished. As an added feature the HDPE plastic ball opens to allow for a dryer safe fragrance to be placed inside the ball. This will reduce the use of dryer sheets.
We would love to have you as our customer. We know that the Dwadder will save you time, money and
lower the frustration of drying laundry.
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you need replace drum support roller,an check to make sure drum hadnt cut into back are the front of dryer the felt that drum roll around on may allso need be replace.some ge dryer have single bear it roll around on it attack to back of the dryer drum
The Apple wireless mice aren't made to be disassembled, not even by techs. If you disassemble it to clean it, you must glue it back together.
The best way to clean the rollerball is to remove the batteries and roll the ball upside down on a cloth soaked in alcohol. Be sure to roll the ball alternately depressed and not depressed for the best cleaning, and roll it in all directions.
When this no longer works, you can either attempt to clean the ball yourself at your own risk, or purchase a new mouse.
Just get the filter out and remove the 2 phillips screw init's housing on top. Then use a putty knife to press against the spring clips that hold down the top Then just roll the drum around to the top where the holes are to reattach the baffle, get some screws and put it back.
I have a different model Bosch dryer, but I have the same problem.
I've found that the flat sheets dry okay if you have them in with other things (like pillowcases and t-shirts). I learned long ago though that you can't put those things in with deep fitted sheets; the little stuff winds up caught in the corners in damp wrinkly wads.
So I dry the fitted sheet separately, and throw in a couple of clean tennis balls. They're noisy, but harmless, and they keep the sheet from balling up.