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It may be as simple as checking your lint filter.
If you use fabric softeners sheets, they tend to clog the lint filter holes. Washing it with soap and water will restore it back to normal and will allow the circulation that the dryer needs to properly dry your clothes.
I would suspect the heating element. I bet you are asking why this clown is saying that when you already told him that on high heat it worked fine. SIMPLE! Your heating element is made up of five coils. For low heat your dryer uses two heating elements and for high all five. So if one or two of the heating elements are open and they happen to be the low temp dry setting ones, that would explain it. That model doesn't have the dryness sensor on it (according to my documentation) so the heating element is the most likely cause. Hope this helps! ImJustAvg aka Hal
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If you are having problems with your gas dryer not heating
the most common problem is that the ignitor goes bad. Even though it glows
sometimes it is still not working properly.
the vavle in using high heat only comes in to play when you have a load of towels or some other heavy cotton,,thats what high heat is mainly for,,more moisture,,,on the norm medium with a regular load is the way ..now go to the dryer and look at the back vent where the heat comes out does it look like burnt and dark as if you burnt shirt and it stuck to the iron,,that comes from high heat scortching,,rubber in elastic in your sock and other clothing...onthejob slow low and steady