--- Julie Land wrote: > > I have a Kenmore dryer-it's brown so it's old. The > problem I'm having is with the door latch. We've > secured it with magnets to get it to keep running, > but now that's not working either. I've price the > part, but want to know if this is something I can > replace without a lot of bother. Or should I just > call in a repairman? Or can you walk me through it? > I bet you can! Please let me know how complicated it > is so I'll know whether to order the part. Right now > I'm debating on buying a new dryer-the husband is > dragging his feet on that one! Thanks for your > prompt answer.-Julie > > _______________________________ > The above message was sent when you were offline, > via your LivePerson site. > > Message sent from IP: 220.127.116.11
You must be kidding–you would seriously consider replacing a dryer that needs a $5 part!? The door latch literally snaps in place–no tools required. Buy it here and spare our over-crowded landfills your otherwise perfectly-fine dryer. Fits most models, too.
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