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First I cant find the manual. I'm looking for it because my dryer is leaving some clothes damp after drying. Loads are mixed. What settings should I use? Bobby Fenwick

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Hi, to get your manual, simply Google, your exact make and model and the word manual after it.
This will then enable you checkout your settings.

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    I've already done that and still can't find it. Do you have the URL?
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    Hi, to get your manual, simply Google, your exact make and model and the word manual after it.


    This will then enable you checkout your settings.



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