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Wrinkled closes I have a Kenmore Elite dryer about 2 years old and all the closes come out of the dryer wrinkled. Any idea what this be caused by? Thanks John

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Make sure your washer is spinning the water completley out of the clothes. winkles are caused by moister and if there is a lot of moister in the dryer than it will winkle.

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