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  1. Thread: Gas dryer

    by Warpig
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    Re: Gas dryer

    The drum does spin, i beleive it was in storaqge before I got it. I took the whole thing apart and cleaned what I could. It turns on and tumbles the clothes, we use it to fluff the clothes after we...
  2. Thread: Gas dryer

    by Warpig
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    Re: Gas dryer

    One last thing, I have been trying to find a manual on a Kenmore Series 70 (model # 110.72722101) gas dryer with no luck. Does anyone know where I can find one for free if possible?
  3. Thread: Gas dryer

    by Warpig
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    Gas dryer

    I received a gas dryer from a friend, took it home installed it, now it does not work. i am a total beginner when it comes to dryers so here me out. The gas is hooked and flowing, electric is...
  4. Thread: 120 to 220

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    Re: 120 to 220

    Finally done. Works great. Not really, i think i will call a friend on the last part.
  5. Thread: 120 to 220

    by Warpig
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    Re: 120 to 220

    I got the socket wired in, the rest is going to take a little more research. Thanks all for teh info.
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    Shocking light switch

    All day long I get shocks from the light switches and the house is really staticy. Can anyone tell me if I have a problem or not?
  7. Thread: 120 to 220

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    Re: 120 to 220

    Appreciate the info. If it looks to hard I will call a "pro". Only thing about the "pro's" is sometimes they are not the "pro's" they claim to be. Especially if you are in an area and the "pro's"...
  8. Thread: 120 to 220

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    120 to 220

    I have a gas dryer currently running off of a 120v socket and want to rewire the socket to run an electric dryer that runs off of 220v, how can I go about doing this?
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