Question about GE DBXR463EBWW Electric Dryer
Clothes take a long time to dry. Outside of Dryer gets very hot but it takes forever for clothes to dry. I cleared all the lint from the dryer in the front and took dryer out and cleaned back of dryer as well as vent. Still it takes so long for clothes to dry. Any ideas?
If there is no lint blocking the air outlet path, I would next check two things: First, is the dryer in a small, closed room? If there is not enough space for air to get in to the dryer, it won't have good airflow through the clothes. Second, for older dryers, the blower fan may be loose on its shaft or, if the blower has its own separate motor, the blower motor might be dead. In order to find the blower fan, you'll have to be able to open up the dryer. Once you find the fan, see if it turns easily without moving the motor shaft -- if so, you need to replace the fan. Also, be sure there isn't anything blocking the blades of the fan.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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