We have had several service calls on this dryer to solve the following problem, none have been sucessful however.
Dryer just does not dry towels etc., you need to run it 3 times to get them dry. I'm told that if the dryer is disconnected from the vent, it works fine. But the vent has been triple checkd, is only about 6 feet long and works perfectly? We have checked the different modes like "enegry save" etc. and have it properly programmed for the highest heat setting. Any suggestions?
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You probably need to clean your dryer vent. Dryer vents should be cleaned every couple of years to prevent them from being clogged with lint. You can check the air-flow by going outside where the vents terminate. What's probably happening is on sensor dry, there's a moister sensor that tells the machine to shut off when there's no moister. The hot is is being pushed back into the dryer and confusing the sensor. That's why it's working on timer dryer because that option bypasses the moisture sensor.