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danby clothes dryer beeps after 2-5 minutes

Posted by ilmbg (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 21, 13 at 17:45

My Danby has always been great. Just as good as my expensive Asko. (Washer good except cannot spin heavier single items such as one bath towel, small bath rug).
What am I or the dryer doing wrong...? About 25-50% of the time the dryer beeps the 'I'm dry', beep after It is running but of course the clothes are not dry at all. I thought maybe I had to turn it off between loads and reset each load...nope, it still might beep. If I don't turn it off and put a new load in and hit start it might do it then also.
It is random. It has done this since I got it.
What am I doing wrong?
Thx


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RE: danby clothes dryer beeps after 2-5 minutes

Chances are the moisture sensor is faulty. This is the thing that the dryer uses to determine the dryness of your clothes.


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RE: danby clothes dryer beeps after 2-5 minutes

Late return to thread...
It is nothing faulty. I just needed to turn the dial and stop at the top for 5 seconds, per dryer instructions, then continue to setting.


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