Cuz I've got one baby!!!! It's used so it's not under warranty.👺
- gonna need more info. is the decoupler head still intact? you'll be able to tell if you start it up and listen for the low-resonance reducter (sounds kinda like a rat chewing on a spoon). if you dont it's a good sign that you got a cracked decoupler and need to replace the whole thermal transfer assembly which you may as well just get a new machine at that point. of course if you do hear it and it sounds normal, it could simply be a problem with one of the transducer diodes and to fix that you'd just need to short the main frequency output controller with like a wet sponge or something
- ah dad nabbit, sorry fellas i thought we were talking about one of these [img]http://www.bavada.com/70-thickbox_default/fast-dry-hk-2400ps-hand-dryer.jpg[/img] but hillips, i will look into that dryer. i've been going to work in wet clothes for years and never even thought about it
- plugged my dog's tail into an outlet to see if it would turn into a dryer as per ☃'s suggestion. nothing happened as we (myself and my friends, as we together are an investigative troupe) were in an abandoned insane asylum and there was no electricity to be found in the building. however we believe that the sounds the locals report coming from the asylum are from small speakers strategically placed to keep passers-by out for other perhaps nefarious activities. we also have some grainy footage of old man jenkins on the asylum grounds at odd hours, and we believe he may be up to something if not related to the strange reports given to us by the locals. anyway, my dog is still a dog and is not a dryer, so it appears that i cannot help you with your problem, OP.