Question about Whirlpool GEW9250 Electric Dryer
When I first got the machine (GEW9250PWO) it seemed to dry fine although there was never much lint in the lint filter.
The house it is installed in is just two years old and there is a very strong and large volume of air coming out the roof vent with no visble sign of lint stuck to the inside of the vent pipe either behind the machine or down the roof vent.
I have run the dryer and smacked the flapper on the roof shut 10 or 15 times (like you might do a clogged vaccuum cleaner hose) with nothing but a pencil eraser size piece of lint coming out of the vent.
If you set the machine on "more" dry it 'almost' completely drys a load of towels or jeans but not all the way.
Since the output is volumous (blows your hair back), the house is so new and the machine seems to heat could there be another problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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