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Re: dryer not drying
Make sure you have the correct heat setting, make sure filter is clean.
If it is vented , make sure hose is clear and not kinked or trapped..
If it goes through a wall , or similar, make sure the outside grill is clear, you should feel a good blast of air coming through it.
Hope this helps
Possibly faulty thermostat, or a heater that is not working on full heat.
If it is a condenser type dryer, check water container, and air inlet and outlet are clear.
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