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By Beefy Man - / Friday 13 May 2016 07:33 / United States - Lehi
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  singer0421  |  32

If the dehydrator hadn't shown any previous signs of being potentially unusable, then the OP wouldn't exactly have a reason to double-check whether or not it's working, you know?

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  Rababco  |  29

#21 Blame that on the companies that design stuff to break so easily. People are often lucky if a large appliance lasts 10 years. Smaller appliances will often break in a few years. Phones and the like will run incredibly low on batteries and even stop working completely after a couple of years. Fixing something and buying the parts necessary can be more expensive than just buying a new one.

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I would assume it's similar to totalling your car; the price vs. damage would not be worthwhile. OP, I vote oven! May take time but if it's that or waste, fuck it, why not try?

By  Thornroseheart  |  16

I dry the stuff using one of those large square fans you can get at Wal-Mart. If you're strapped for cash, try just doing that. There are some really good tutorials for it online.

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