The dryer still worked, it just wouldn't shut off or turn on due to the door switch being broken. So I fixed that with a 2 inch steel pin that I slid up to where the door closed sensor switch broke off and some duct tape to keep it from falling inside the machine, that you can see on the front of the old dryer. :)
I can only imagine the power it used. We are waiting to see how much we saved on the next power bill. :D
Also this dryer had a scent bottle , this was back before fabric dryer sheets were invented! It would disperse a drop or two of scent to your dryer load. It still had the original bottle in it, it was bone dry obviously.
See bottle with tiny hose.
Another interesting fact, the dryer was hard wired directly into the wall box. So I had to install a outlet for the new 4 prong cord on the SQ dryer.