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Dyer will not turn on. I have cleaned the heat sensors, the lights go on, it is not over loaded..any thoughts

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Check the angle on the vent hose on the back of the machine and the vent flap hoodie thing outside also the vent hose should not exceed 11 feet. I had this problem and replaced the springy plastic covered vent hose with a rigid aluminum one and still have to check from time to time to make shore the hose is clear where it attaches to the machine. The lint from the extreme spin on the axxis washer is very fine and slightly damp it binds like paper mache.

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