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If it looks like drying cherries is something you'll be wanting to do, you might want to get a cherry pitter. I found a cheap one herehere. There are lots of models available.

Also, I have a book on drying food which suggests that the lower the temperature, the better the end product. They suggest using a heat source like a heating pad to raise the temperature of your drying chamber a little bit. Just set it at the bottom of the oven and turn it on "high". It may take several days to dry the cherries, so hang something on the oven knob to remind you not to turn it on.
 
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