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Dryer not working. Don't know what the flashing green light is trying to tell me.

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    Dryer not working. Don't know what the flashing green light is trying to tell me.

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Inside the top of the dryer there should be a sheet of paper with an electrical diagram and it has a section to interpret the blinking lights

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