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How to Tighten Lines on a Rotary Clothes Dryer.?

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1. Check to make sure the clothes dryer arms are fully opened and that none of the lines are tangled. If they are, straighten and untangle the lines with your hands. 2. Locate the line cover. This is a tulip-shaped cap piece that is found directly
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