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My king-sized sheets (only thing in load) are getting tangled in a ball in the dryer and not getting dry.

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This is pretty common with lighter fabrics and is easily remedied. Put several new tennis balls in with the sheets to keep them from balling up. There are commercial products that do the same thing, but tennis balls are much less expensive.

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