Question about Whirlpool GEW9250 Electric Dryer
Just moved my dryer, whirpool gew9250. Not drying like it should. It is now in the middle of the house and is vented thruogh attic and out the soffit. I used flexible foil tubing. Is this why it is taking so long to dry?
Hello , I can help , it was probably moved back to the wall to much or the duct is twisted , get a flashlight without moving the dryer and lean over it and inspect the duct , make sure there are no kinks not even a little one , if the kink/restriction is not there it is somewhere in the duct if your dryer is heating and tumbling. hope this helps , good luck. Phil
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