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Kenmore dryer leaving brown burned lines on clothing

My last two kenmore dryers have left a brown burning-like thin mark randomly on our clothing. I would like to know why so it can be prevented in the future.

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    I have a Kenmore 417.81142000 and its doing the same thing. If I dry anything
    in my dryer it comes out with brown burn lines. Sears has been no help at all.



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The rear drum seal was bad and as things rub against it they will get black marks on them.
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