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More than a simple white box

There's nothing exciting about the Kenmore 65132 dryer's boring design but once it fires up it really flexes its muscle.

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The back panel has gentle curves

On the back of the dryer is its control panel, which sports a mild curve.

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One main dial controls it all

The main cycle knob sets all the dryer's major functions.

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This door feels too smal

With an odd rectangular shape and door that doesn't open all the way, the drum opening feels small.

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Be careful when loading this machine

Since it's smaller than other dryers I've used, it was easy to bang my fingers against the door's edges if I wasn't careful.

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Yank it out and slam it back

The old-school lint screen takes some force to pull out and slam back into place.

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