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Drying cycles taking way to long

I am having to run the dryer twice on time dry to get the loads dry and they are still wet if I use sensor dry. Is there a common problem with these that is easily fixable?

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  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    We went as far as checking the entire vent system, and it turns out that we had a MAJOR clog in our house. I got a Lint Eater dryer vent cleaning kit and removed 4 plastic grocery bags of lint from the tube. Now that the system is clean and free flowing, we are still having to run more than one cycle. Can someone help us with this? Thanks

  • jzgirl Jan 05, 2009

    everytime I use the sensor drying it says it should run (for eg.) 41minutes. When I check on the clothes it has shut off early and the clothes are still damp. Have to run cycle 2 or more times. Am now using the manual timed settings. The dryer is only 6 months old..seemed to be problem from start, but perhaps this is the norm??

  • mgonzalez69 Jan 28, 2009

    My dryer is having to run through 2 cycles just to dry the clothes and it sometimes doesnt even finish then. Also if it sould be the sensor drying how do you turn that off?

  • dmaxhd2 Feb 03, 2009

    I also have a LG dryer--takes a load of jeans and towels an hour and 20 minutes to dry on manual dry. Have had repair man out--bought extended warranty--and they told me that in Eurpoe where this dryer was manuf. they do not like their clothes all the way dry as americans do. i am also going crazy. Bought a new dryer so I can conserve energy, no i am using moe energy with a new dryer because it takes twice as long to dry clothes.

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Ck vent to outside starting at back of dryer looks restricted or flatten vent hose then ckd vent from wall or floor to outside to verify problem is vent issue leave vent hose off and try a load may get a little warm and dusty but would be quick way to verify

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