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Dry cycle It seems the only way I can get my Malber WD 1000 dryer to work is by going from a wash cycle first. Is there no way to just set it to dry only? I try (half load button pushed in, cold water only button on) but setting only the dryer dial and pressing the power button does not start the dryer. Any ideas/suggestions? Thanks.

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  • v12sf Jul 20, 2008

    dry cycle problem.

  • leil Jul 24, 2008

    My dryer isn't coming on even after running the wash cycle. I tried setting to the "stop" after 4, setting the dryer timer, and pushing the on button, as suggested, but nothing is happening.

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Try setting the washer dial to the stop setting at the end of setting number 4 then set the dryer timer and turn on the machine.  This works for mine to get the dryer to run by itself.  It should begin about 30 seconds later, when the door locks.  Hope this helps.

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