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Dryer crosley electric dryer model # cde22b8vc: there is power to the dryer but it will not run,vents are clear.

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Check the blower wheel and filter housing then replace the fuse which mounts on the heater chamber right next to the heatter, the same screw which holds down the heater holds the fuse to the side of the heater.

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Why would my crosley dryer get really hot but the clothes don't get dry

If the dryer is getting hot (the heater element is working) but the clothes aren't drying, it suggests that there is insufficient air flow through the dryer. Remove the exhaust tube from the back of the dryer. With the tube removed and the dryer running, check for hot air (lots of it) flowing out the exhaust vent of the dryer. If there is good air flow, check the exhaust tube for lint build-up or a clog that is blocking the air from flowing through the tube. If there is no air coming out of the exhaust vent with the exhaust tube removed and the dryer running, it suggests that the problem is with the exhaust fan inside the dryer.

Jul 08, 2014 | Crosley CDE6000 Electric Dryer

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Takes forever to dry, lint trap clean.

The most common problem for a dryer to take more than one cycle to dry is restricted air flow.

1.when the dryer is running go outside and find where the venting is located, there should be a good amount of air flow.
2. if the air flow is not good look at the ducting coming from the back of the dryer and make sure it is not kinked or pushed back to far.
there is usually lint build up some where along the ducting or at the end of the duct where it vents to the outside.
3. if you have access to a leaf blower,this can be used to help clear any lint build up inside the duct from the dryer to the outside venting.
move your dryer out and take the leaf blower tube and stick it in the hole and turn it on.
the vented louvers need to be removed from the ouside of the house to allow the lint and things in the duct work to be blown out

Jan 18, 2011 | Crosley CDE6000 Electric Dryer

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Thermostat and fuse has been changed in dryer. Still taking a very long time to dry clothes. Model is an electric Crosley cde6000w.

remove the vent tube and start the dryer, you should feel hot air, most of the time it is a restriction in the vent tube, sometimes below the lint trap gets clogged too. If no hot air is coming out or very little then you will need to disassemble the unit, here is a website in case you need to take apart the dryer, Tim:

here is another website for heating problems and causes:

Nov 20, 2010 | Crosley CDE6000 Electric Dryer

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Electric Dryer, heating el works, exh not blocked, clothes no dry

double check your element temp t-stat and recheck continuity on element. I have known them to work but have shorts in them

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I have a Crosley dryer and I need to know the size of overheat protector for model number CDE22B7BC. The dryer had a faulty overheat protector as I had it checked by a serviceman but he thinks it may need...

The electric heater fuse takes a 300 degree limit. Pink dot6885cfc.jpgThe kit comes with a 250 degree for gas and a 300 for electric. many people have told me either one would work and many folks have said when the 300 degree poped they have used the 250 till it too dies.Keep the dryer clear of lint and regularly checked for lint balls and striped blowers to keep this problem at bay.

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Jan 12, 2009 | Crosley CDE6000 Electric Dryer

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My dryer is taking too many times to dry my clothes!

hello tmivie,
When you say you took the dryer apart and cleaned out all the lint, did you also check the vent system all the way to the outside and at the end where the duct exits your house? If you are getting heat and limited or restrictive air flow, your drying time will be excessive.. There may be other problems such as the blower itself isn't functioning properly to move the air out.. Since your dryer is electric, you can detach the vent line from the dryed and turn it on.. feel the exhaust flow to make sure it is pretty robust then reattach the vent and check for about the same flow at the exit point of your duct system. Let me know if that solves your problem or not so we can look at other ideas..

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Dryer shuts off and won't restart until it cools off

more likely a bad motor ..excessive lint build up in dryer will reduce air flow through motor causing it to overheat problem is by the time the lint problem is found and corrected motor is already gone

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