Question about Samsung DV448AEE Electric Dryer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is normal for lint to blown out the ducting because not all the lint will be collected on the lint filter when you remove the filter some lint may fall of down into the duct housing.there is nothing ot worry about
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Yes this is rellatively normal as clothes are just not made the same way any more. You could turn down the drying temperature slightly and put in an anti static drying sheet but it won't make that much difference.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
Testimonial: "I just had a repairman out because the dryer was no longer heating. The whole inside of the dryer was full of lint. It was awful. "
Sounds like you may need to take the whole dryer apart and check for lint build-up, or for a "worn-out "overheat thermostat switch" in the back or the bottom of the machine.
There are from 3 to 6 in most machines.
These parts, often the size of a quarter or half-dollar, usually have 2 wires hooked to them, and will shut off your dryer if it overheats (to prevent a fire).
These switches will require a testing instreument to check them.
Posted on Mar 24, 2013
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