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Keeps heating no cool down clothes get to hot

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Either a shorted heating element or a bad cycle thermostat.

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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The dryer on my machine doesn't go through a cooling down cycle, therefore leaves everything very creased.Does the dryer have a cooling down cycle? The clothes come out of the dryer burning hot.


I would check the cycling thermostat and hi limit thermostat as they regulate heat. the cooling cycle should come on at end of cycle as the thermostat detects the dryness of the clothes. also may want to check the moister sensor inside the drum usually on the door, they look like 2 aluminum strips.

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Dryer heats too hot instantly. Ok on cool down or blower only cycle. All vents are clean.


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The cycling or operating thermostatis often the problem when a dryer runstoo hot, but there are also other things that can make it run hot also.

Here is a tip that I wrote that gives more details about why a clothes dryer will get too hot.

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Gas dryer get hot but than goes cold


This sounds like a problem with your fan motor. The dryer is getting too hot and the gas is shutting off until it cools down. That fan keeps the dryer cool by moving the heat to the clothes in the drum.
You can easily check this by feeling for air flow in front of the exhaust vent outside. No air movement = fan problem = heat shut off in 10 minutes. Good luck

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Dryer is occasionally leaving rusty looking smudge marks on clothing.


don't open door (stop dryer) until cool-down and dryer stops. many times the heating element is still hot and when you stop the dryer in the middle of the cycle, the rear of the dryer where the heating element is, will scorch your clothes.

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your cycling switch or hi-limit switch is defective they are near the heating element inside the dryer

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NO HEAT WHEN CLOTHES ARE ADDED


Check to see if vent hose is not restricted. If it goes up inside wall, it could have lint clogging it. Most dryers regulate heat with air flow. Wet clothes can restrict flow even more if vent is clogged or pinched. Air flow is crucial to heat cycle. If the vent is resrticted, heat will rise quickly, but not cool down fast enough to allow heat thermostat to cool down and turn on heating element again. It may seem hot inside dryer but if no air flow it will increase dry time or not dry them at all before timer shuts off. If vent goes up inside wall, buy a small chimney brush and try cleaning out vent from attic if you can.

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