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Got Damp Clothes?!

A tip from Dunn Right Appliance Service.

Try cleaning your dryer sensor. Build up from dryer sheets, detergents

and fabric softeners can cause the sensor strip in your dryer to read incorrectly,

leaving your clothed damp.

Most sensors are on the back side of the filter housing or at the back side of the drum. Make sure you turn off the power to your dryer. Once you have located the sensor, remove the build up on the sensor or just replace the sensor. I recommend using a Scotch

Brite pad. Gently remove the build up with warm water. Then finishing up by wiping the sensor with a clean wet cloth. Turn back on the electrical power and give your damp clothes another drying. Good luck.

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