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My dryer gets way to hot on the top it could burn me if i left my hand there for any amount of time. I've checked the vents and they are clear and blowing fine. It's a 2 year old dryer, what else could be the problem?

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check bearings or shock absorber.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009


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