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The blower wheel needs replaced tough project good luck you might need to call a pro

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Samsung Dryer dv203aes/xac will not heat. Drum is rotating and lint was cleared from exhaust.


Check the following:
1. Does it have 220 volts (yes it runs, but dryers run on 110 volts)?
2. Check the heating element and the safety thermostats located on the heat element canister. Low air flow from any restriction like lint build up or mashed ducting or blocked air exhaust vent cap can either trip the safety stats or burn out the element. Clean dryer and exhaust ducting thoroughly and replace bad parts before placing back in service. Poor air flow is the number one problem with "No Heat" dryer issues.

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My Kenmore HE5 dryer will not run without blowing an internal fuse. The repairman replaced the fuse, and it blew again. The dryer heats up but will not turn it's heating element off until the fuse blows....


Has any one checked the exhaust vent,other than a bad thermostat the number one cause for the thermal fuse to open is a clogged or restricted exhaust vent flow, the entire vent system needs to be checked ( not just the hose from the unit to the wall) for proper air flow. Turn the unit on TIMED ,AIR DRY (NO HEAT) and go outside to the exhaust vent and check the air flow,if there is any question as to weather the air flow is sufishent get someone out to clean the exhaust vent ,it always a good idea to clean out every few years regardless to help prevent build up of lint witch could cause a fire......Hope this Helps Good Luck

Dec 14, 2010 | Kenmore HE5 Electric Dryer

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My dryer isn't drying my cloths. A friend told me to check the heating element but how do you get to it. I am not very mechanical so don't know if I need to contact a repair person. Thank you so much for...


Is there air coming out of the dryer exhaust? Is it warm? Is it gas or electric? You hint that it is electric ... but I will cover this base ... Is the gas on? Is it auto ignite?

Since you say you are not handy ... I dont thing If the dryer is set to create heat (not air dry) and you have cold air coming out of the exhaust, I would suggest yo contact a repair person to look at your machine. Remember, the last 2 or 3 minutes of any cycle is usually no heat no matter the setting. So, If there is air coming out of the exhaust, set it for a regular cycle, wait several minutes and see if you do get heat. If not you need help.

If there is no air coming out, you might want to take your exhaust hose down and see if it is clogged. You can clean this with a vacuum cleaner.

Thanks for your interest i FixYa.com. If these commenets help you, the courtesy of a positive vote would be appreciated.

Sep 02, 2010 | Dryers

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I have a gas dryer. Dryer heats up but doesn't dry clothes completely all the time. Sometimes I have to run it 2 -3 times. What do i need to replace? Maytag Performa Model # PYG2000AWW REV. 10 Serial #...


I got cut short.. and disconnected...so if this is a repeat, please forgive me:
Dryers 101
1. Heat alone does not dry clothes
2. Air alone does not dry clothes.
3. Only dry, heated air passing over and through clothes will dry them...

I recommend the following:
Set the dryer for "Air Dry".
Go outside and check the dryer exhaust.
Confirm that the exhaust is spewing out lots of air.

If it is, then you have a need for a technician to inspect everything - in person.

If it is NOT, the you need to determine the clog - or reason that air is not moving through your dryer, clothes and exhaust system.

ONLY 2 possibilities exist:
1. Fan motor is frozen and needs replacement....or
2. Duct/exhaust is clogged with lint and will not allow air to pass through.

Please check for both, clean/clear/fix as needed.

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My whirpool dryer is overheating what is causing the problem


Hi,

Is that a Gas or Electric dryer? Kindly mention the Make and Model so that i could assist you in a better way.

Thanks!!

Oct 13, 2009 | Whirlpool Dryers

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My 80 Serie Kennmore dryer will not dry my


Hi there,

A simple test you can try is to remove the exhaust vent hose from the back of the dryer and attempt to dry a load as you normally would. With the hose removed and the dryer running, the air leaving the exhaust of the dryer should be forceful and warm (about 140 degrees). If the air flow is weak or non-existent, you have a clog INTERNAL to the dryer. You will have to inspect the air blower fan housing and ducting inside the dryer to ensure the blower fan is not obstructed in any way. If the air flow is normal and the clothes dry like they should, you have a clog somewhere in the DUCTING from the point where it leaves the dryer to where it exits your home. You will need to inspect the exhaust ventilation for any clogs or kinks.

If you can see the heating element glowing, you probably don't have a problem with the heating circuitry. If you haven't checked the dryer ventilation recently, now might be a good time to do so. Leaving a dryer in a clogged, or poorly ventilated condition can cause the dryer heating circuits to over heat to the point of failure. In addition, this can also create a fire hazard.

Good Luck!!
Thanks

Jul 08, 2009 | Kenmore Dryers

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My dryer won't heat


is it a condenser or vented tumble dryer

Jun 28, 2009 | Dryers

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Dryer seems to heat up but clothes not drying


Check to ensure that its rotating. Then check the outlet hose for restrictions. If there are not any restrictions in the hose, and if the dryer connects to a wall pipe check the wall pipe for an accumulation of lint. Heavy lint will saturate and allow reverse drafting of condensation once the core air temperature drops. There have been instances where the blower is not attached to the operator shaft of the motor. Your air is circulated by the blower pulling air from the barrel into and over normally two heating elements. If there are restriction in the air flow here a fire hazard could exist. Hope that helps. After checking provide more details.

Jan 30, 2009 | Maytag PYE2300AY Electric Dryer

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Our LG dryer doesn't get completely hot until the clothes are mostly dry.


heated air enters the dryer at 140 degrees farenheit,
a portion of the heat energy raises the temperature of the water in the clothes.
When the clothes are cold and wet, the difference is large transfer is rapid
a lot of heat transfers to clothes and the exhaust air is damper and colder
As the clothes get warmer and dryer, proprtionally less heat is extracted from the incoming air, and the exhaust air is warmer and dryer.
When the clothes are dry, and at 140 degrees, the same temperature as the incoming air. no heat is removed from the incoming air
the dryer should then stop heating, draw unheated air through the drum and clothes to cool, and reduce wrinkling
then switch off

the dryer appears to be operating correctly

Oct 31, 2008 | Dryers

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