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Our kenmore 697267 keeps tripping it's circuit every 5 minutes or so... what's the problem with it? Is it dangerous to just keep resetting it?

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Definatly a prob if tripping breaker every5 miin, resetting breaker is not good for either the breaker nor hte dryer, that would be hard to determine why without actually looking at though, i would probably calll someone to have a look at that one

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