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By i_am_forever / Tuesday 6 January 2015 01:59 / United States - San Francisco
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  o76923  |  8

Why? Most devices function just fine with a door open. The only exceptions that I know of are microwaves, dryers, and dishwashers. If you haven't had your kid working with those before or showed them using those before then I don't think it's reasonable for them to just know it. I'll admit that I probably would've tried it but my parents encouraged me to explore and be inquisitive. So I naturally have been troubleshooting things. There wouldn't be logic behind it. I would have just been trying random things like pressing buttons again, checking the plug, and the like. But lots of parents don't encourage those values, especially for young girls.

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  o76923  |  8

Seriously, go to the laundry room of any college in a froshling dorm during their first month or so. Tons of kids never figured out how the machines work.

By  caveman1993  |  3

America going fully stupid.

By  Baustigt  |  40

But if the door is closed, all the clothes will suffocate. People always say they prefer fabric that breathes. I hope you're comfortable, you barbarian.

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  brightsky  |  2

Dryer is the actual machine that dries clothing. Drier is another form of more dry. So that means... A dryer makes clothes drier. The op used the wrong form.

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