Question about LG DLE2514 Electric Dryer
My dryer will turn on and run fine but it never heats up so the clothes never actually dry. Steam drying will get how but the air that comes later to actually dry is cold so the clothes never dry
"Steam drying will get how but the air that comes later to actually dry is cold so the clothes never dry"
I am assuming "how" means hot in this sentence, if so, I think I can help! There is no "steam drying" phase for your dryer so what is probably happening is; the wet clothes are being heated properly [as a result causing steam] however if this steam does not escape frum the dryer it will simply condense back onto the clothing [leaving them moist/wet].
Check your flexible tube from the dryer and the vent on the outside of your home to make sure they are unobstructed. Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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