Question about Whirlpool GGQ8831L Gas Dryer
My husband uses only high heat in the dryer. Says it is faster and he can see no problems with the clothes. I say low or medium heat is better, doesn't use any more energy even though it run longer. Please explain values of each.
The vavle in using high heat only comes in to play when you have a load of towels or some other heavy cotton,,thats what high heat is mainly for,,more moisture,,,on the norm medium with a regular load is the way ..now go to the dryer and look at the back vent where the heat comes out does it look like burnt and dark as if you burnt shirt and it stuck to the iron,,that comes from high heat scortching,,rubber in elastic in your sock and other clothing...onthejob slow low and steady
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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