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ASKO T700 Dryer Top View After Belt Replaced

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This is the clean and shiny dust-free dryer that looks great but doesn't start when the button is pushed. I still think there is a door psnel closing properly problem with the reassembly (The dryer will NOT start if the door is not closed). Now that I have the bracket drawing for the door reversal, this weekend will be my first chance to see if I have the magnet and all lined up properly.

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That stupid little plastic nub on the dryer door broke off and after inserting a heavy duty plastic tie-wrap into the opening for the stupid nub, the dryer works perfectly. YAY! ----

A year later and now the washer started leaking more and more water from the base..... oh my.

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