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If it is taking a long time to dry, but still has heat, try cleaning out under the lint trap. Take the whole lint trap off and clean the panel and path the lint is sucked through. I did this to mine and it made a HUGE difference! There was a ton of lint packed around the panel and only a small opening left where the air flowed into the exhaust.
With our dryer (Maytag) I had to take the front panel off to get to the area where the lint was.

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hi do you have any blockages in the vent system (lint) can you hear the fan running and are the filters clean.did you put it back together correctly.hope this helps.

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You may want to remove the back of the dryer to see if all of the element is glowing. Sometimes the element opens and then welds itself to the metal case, which would cause a partial, but not total loss of heat (slower drying time). If that is the case, part of the element will be glowing, and part of it will not.

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i would start by checking the thermal fuse and then the heating element itself.

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