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Sheets aren't drying

Flannel sheets are rolling up in a ball and not drying,same for loads on clothes, they aren't drying.I recently replaced the exhaust line.Since then we have had this problem.Did I plug an air intake ?

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  • boconnor933 Feb 11, 2009

    Checking the exterior vent,the air flow is good.

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Sounds like out take, something blocking the vent, pinched line, birds nest, snow?

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  • Cary Crook Feb 12, 2009

    Great, good airflow, so now there still could be an internal lint issue, but it may be your thermostat or high limit switch going, possibly the element. What kind of dryer is it? Model number?

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