Question about Amana Dryers
Based on your description.. I'll throw some ideas at you for you to try.. Not sure if you have an electric or gas dryer but that shouldn't make a difference .. Try unhooking the exhaust for a few minutes and start the dryer.. If it is a gas dryer.. do this with plenty of ventolation since the byproduct of gas combustion is unhealthy.. If it is electric.,.it isn't healthy but it isn't bad either.. let the dryer run until you feel good hot air flowing out.. If the flow is weak then chances are you have either a blower problem or restriction in the blower system inside the dryer,, If you get good hot air flow, then you probably have a restriction in your ductwork or the outside vent cap itself.. These are the main areas to check.. let me know the outcome of these checks and if they fail to resolve the problem.. will dig a little deeper.. Next time, please provide the model number too.. it helps focus in on the specific details...
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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