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Whirlpool electric dryer. Clothes stay soaking wet after an hour. Dryer heats ok, clothes tumble, vent is clean. filter light flashing.Fuse was replaced along with thermostat.

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    Dryer runs for an hour or more and still clothes are damp or wet.

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You were absolutely right about it being a venting issue. Although we thought we had it all cleaned out there was still a ball of lint blocking the air flow and causing the problem.
Thanks for your help.
Clint

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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