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Look for goop on the dryer sensing bars. get some windex and clean them . The moisture sensing bars send back resistance readings to the control. No moisture sensed and the control thank they ain't no wetness in them clothes, it goes for cooldown and shuts down with wet clothes. thats one scenaio. if that don't fix it we will go to the next step. let me know
You already have discovered the problem. Lint has built up in the vent / exhaust ducting. Most of the time the through the wall vent flapper gets lint build up on it outside the house and then as that restricts airflow you get condensation in the ducting. The condensation causes the lint to form a cake like paste inside the ducting. THOROUGHLY Clean out your vent ducting from the dryer connection all the way thru the outside wall and your dryer will be fine. If you need to replace the ducting please do so. Ducting is cheaper than the electricity you waste on clogged ducting. You proved your dryer will work correctly when you dried a load of clothes with the ducting removed.
The water comes from condensation inside the dryer ducting and drum. Heavy condensation can occur when the dryer exhaust ducting becomes clogged.
As your dryer runs, it exhausts warm moist air from your clothing. If lint becomes trapped inside the ducting, or if the ducting is kinked, this moisture has no where to go, but condensate inside the walls of the ducting and/or drum. If lint becomes accumulated it can act as a sponge and absorb this moisture.
The following link explains some common causes and potential problems you may encounter:
I don't see a lot of complaints from this model. There can be some moister from the dryer, but not water coming out of the duct, clean the rear duct of the dryer to the outside vent to make sure you have full air flow and so you don't cause a fire if it is full of lint. Then check your washer, are the clothes real wet after the cycle is done, they should not be that wet after they spin, if it was me I would spin them twice or see if there is a option to spin longer if they seem wet.
I believe your exhaust duct with five 90 degree turns has weakened the limit switch in the exhaust pipe where the hot air leaves the dryer. Let me know if taking the hose loose will increase the dryers time. If not then we will need to replace the limit switch. Let me know as i will be able to help you further. Please visit my site Thanks Sea Breeze
Yes, It is usually on the heating element tube. Don't just replace the fuse. You must find out what caused it to blow. You probablly have restricted air flow . Usually this is a clogged duct pipe or outside vent. This can also be caused by trying to operate the dryer with the door open. Before replacing the fuse, take the duct off the back of the dryer. Clean out what lint you can , turn on the dryer and see if you get good air flow. Next check the vent pipe for clogging and check the outside damper. DO NOT USE FLEXIBLE PLACTIC DUCT PIPE. It is a fire hazard and almost always clogs up fast. Another possible solution is that if it's an electric dryer, If the element burns out it can short out against the frame and cause it to overheat.