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Kenmore dryer Hi I have a kenmore 67832 model number that just stopped working and was wondering if you had any advice what to start looking at? It was running fine then the last couple of days it would just shut off in the middle of the cycle. Now It won't restart.

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Re: Kenmore dryer

Check the outside circuit breakers also check the door switch. Check to see if the switch holds with the door closed when you push it in.

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