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Kenmore dryer my clothes just keep rolling up into a ball...I make sure they are seperated and shook out...then the dryer just rolls them all up together into a ball and of course they don't get dry

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Re: kenmore dryer

Could be;
belt slipping
over loading
tumble veins inside drum broken

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