Question about Whirlpool Dryers
How do I clean or what else could the problem be?
If it is heating but not drying clothes, it could be a blocked duct or a blocked outside vent. Does the dryer connect to a fitting that takes it directly through the wall, or does it have a length of intermediate pipe to go through before it reaches the outside. This is usually a gradual loss of drying ability rather than an "all at once" thing. The heating element could also be broken and "partially heating" if it is touching any grounded metal parts surrounding the heating coil. In this case you would feel some heat, but not enough to dry your clothes efficiently. The only way to diagnose this for sure is to open up the dryer and view the coil itself. Breaks in the heater coils should be apparent.
Posted on May 28, 2009
Hi..you probably have a tripped electrical breaker.
check your breaker box first and reset any tripped
breakers.If that doesn't work,you may have to replace
the heating element.
check it out..
kindly rate my response..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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