Question about Dryers
I replaced all 3 thermostats,thermal fuse and heating element as well as cleaned out the dryer vent and my clothes are still damp. Any suggestions?
Have you checked the dryer vent,wall vent lint trap for cloggs,if clogged it will hold the damp hot air in the dryer much longer and add to your drying time-mike
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