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Have problem with it drying turn it on two or three times to dry

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Check your exhaust system, I dont think it can breathe. I suspect a clog somewhere between your lint filter and the vent out of doors. Check the whole thing.

I hope you are able to get your machine to operate.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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take the exsaust off the back of the dryer and dry a load
what happens does it dry better?

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OR (depending on the model)

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Hope that work`s. Keep in mind there is a underlying problem to cause the "1" to appear in the display repeatedly, so this is only a short term cheat.

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2 run your cycle and when it says drying open the dishwasher. see if it has steam coming out.
3 give me your whole model number.
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2. Wire off element or bad thermistat
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