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My dryer will show that its on but won't actually start

My dryer will let me choose my options(like normal washer) then it will give me the est time it will take to do the load of clothes but nothing else will happen? how can i fix this or what could be wrong with it?

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U might need a new control panel i believe that one there did have a problem with the buttons sticking because the ribbons on the back of it. if its the one with the leds under the buttons thats probably the problem i would need a few more details to be sure does it turn itself off or on or repeadetyly beep?

Posted on Mar 21, 2007

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