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 Posted: Sun Apr 15th, 2007 07:06 pm
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Pegi wrote: One thing to consider would be to change the specs of the design of the dryer and install a lower temperature cycling thermostat in place of the one it is designed for if this dryer from hell does not behave???  Like one rated for 140 degrees or so....just a thought here....
Pegi, I think your suggestion would be the only thing that will satisfy my wife.  (mind you, I'd prefer to satisfy her myself, but if your help is required, at least she's satisfied...)

The adjustable unit that AccApp suggests won't help because she will still (reasonably) want the temp selector to work, which requires a bias heater. 

But I have a hard time believing this is the way Whirlpool intended the dryer to work.  All my pants are highwater, all my shirts are short-sleeved, and my undies bunch up.