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Miele T1576 dryer stuck on "Anti-crease" part of drying cycle


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#1 148bth

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Posted 28 September 2009 - 03:24 PM

Ok got a Miele T1576 dryer stuck on "Anti-crease" part of drying cycle, which I believe is causing the door to not latch.  Got the unit to work once by unplugging it for about 5 minutes then held the door shut while plugging it back in; however after that one time fix I am unable to get unit to work.  I think the "brain ' needs to be reset but unsure how to do that.  The only indication that something is wrong is that when I power the unit on the indicator light, lights up in the anti-crease section of the cycle.  Any ideas? 
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Posted 28 September 2009 - 09:25 PM

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