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Dryer not working

We take the load out of the washer and put them in the dryer. Set the dryer for a hour and when its done the cloths are still wet. Were having to run the load through three or four times. I've checked the hose on the back its good, the lent trap is clean. The laundry room is upstairs not sure if the vent goes up or down.

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Re: Dryer not working

Try without the vent hooked up and see if that works...
if so the output is blocked some where

also monitor temp from vent outlet on dryer and see if the temp is constant.. should regulate from around 130 to 150

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(Pull it out of the top of the dryer or inside the door and clean it )

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Whether you have a pile up of lint in your lint filter and hose or the washer is not spinning correctly, both are a huge fire hazard for the dryer, so TAKE CARE of this NOW. Please. and Good luck!

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