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Loud/Soft signal I have a Kenmore Elite Canyon Capacity Electric Dryer. It seems to work fine, however often during the drying cycle I hear the Loud/Soft signal sound (while it is still running) beeping. It beeps four times for each (loud soft... loud soft... loud soft... loud soft...) I have checked when it's doing it and there is no code that I can see that tells me what the signal is trying to tell me. For the record if it matters we have it set on a soft signal when the load is done. But I have no idea why we hear both signals during the drying cycle itself. Thanks in advance!

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  • Juli Cravens May 25, 2007

    I know...it's weird. But we actually do throw one in every time we use it.

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All i can figure is it is a strange method by kenmore to alert the user to throw in an antistatic cloth that gives softer clothes (clothes softener sheets)

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