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A shoe lace got stuck between the turning drum and the houseing ,it not turn back on RES7745RQO

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first of all never dry shoe laces in a dryer a=or anything simular to it. The drum has a very thin seal between the front edge of the drun towards the front panel of the dryer. That front panel will be needed to be removed so you can clean the seal out really good and thoroughly inspect it for tears, rips or and missing peices. If beyond using replace it. While you are in there inspect the belt around the drun and tensioner too. The belt should be tight without cracks in it and the tensioner & bearing should move freely for good performance

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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