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It will trun on but will not run. You can set the controls and hear a click and then it will just go though the mode with the lights and never trun the drum.Brand New

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Hello make sure the long pin that sits inside the door is connected this makes the motor turn if ok the it could be the capacitor next to the motor in side the dryer also check the belt it may snaped good luck

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