Question about Kenmore Dryers
Cleaned out filters and vents.
All you need for proper dry times are good airflow and correct heat. As long as you're satisfied with the airflow, pull the venting off the back of the dryer and with a glass bulb thermometer, measure the exhaust temps at the back of the dryer, for most models, the high heat setting should reach roughly 160F +/- 10% before cycling the heat off....check this at the beginning of the cycle, and again after it has been running for 20-30 minutes. If that checks ok, just remember the industry standard for a normal size load of clothing is 60 minutes. If not, please let me know with a re-post, and please include a full model number (should begin either 417 or 110).
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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