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GE 7.4 Cu. Ft. Aptitude Aluminized Alloy Drum Electric Dryer with HE Sensor Dry - 7.40 ft - Front Loading - 12 Modes

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ENERGY STAR® qualifiedMeets or exceeds federal guidelines for verve efficiency for year-round energy and money savings Up to 120 ft. venting capabilityProvides flexible installation Extended TumbleTumble clothes without intensify to help prevent creasing and wrinkling HE Sensor DryKeep your clothes looking and feeling their best. Dual thermistors continually praepostor temperature with a sensor bar that measures moisture to prevent over-drying My Cycle SettingsDry clothes with the settings you prefer on any cycle, somewhat than the defaults, and store your settings for later use


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HE Sensor Dry Suppress your clothes looking and feeling their best. Dual thermistors continually monitor temperature with a sensor bar that measures moisture to prevent over-drying Up to 120 ft. venting means Provides flexible installation Aluminized alloy drum Improves energy efficiency and resists corrosion Extended Head over heels Tumble clothes without heat to help prevent creasing and wrinkling End-of-cycle signal Alerts you when the load is done, so clothes can be removed before wrinkles set in


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