Question about Whirlpool LEQ8611L Electric Dryer
Clothes are still very wet when use sensor dry and the dryer does not turn off at the end of the sensor dry cycle it just does right into the Wrinkle Shield cycle. Time drying takes long than use to. I have to ususally put the clothes on for 70 minutes and then for about 50 more.
Check your lint trap and the vent. make sure that there are no obstructions in either of them. Then take a look at your timer to since it is not stopping when you tell it too.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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