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Dryer only dries on low heat, I checked the lint filter and cavity as well as the exhaust and it is free. I also ran a dignostic and it shows F28. I`d like to know what may be the cause of the problem. This is a top loading Kenmore Oasis gas dryer model 110.77087600

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