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The heat is there but it doesnt dry the clothes

The heat is there, it finishes the cycle and the clothes are stil wet?

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You have one of 2 problems. Your clothes are getting put into the machine too wet because the washer isn't spinning them out all the way. Or you have a clogged vent causing the unit to take too long to dry properly because it can't remove the moisture properly. Check your vent outside to see how hard the dryer is blowing the air.

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