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GE Dryer Inside Dampness

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You are quite welcome, my brain is a trap, nothing escapes. LOL  I would imagine the excessive moisture in the dryer cause this switch to weld together.  Watch this dryer closely BUG2, as other problems may develop because of the moisture problem, but you do not need to mention this to the G.E. people or they might decide to void the warranty on this dryer.  However it might have just been ready to do this so good you found out while it is in warranty.  ;)

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