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Always starts and heats, but cosistently turns cool before clothes are dry. Excellent airflow at the outside vent. If allowed to set for 10 minutes, it will start up with heat, then cool down at the same point in the cycle again. Thermostat ?

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Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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  • the first thing i would check is the airflow. make sure the vent behind the machine is a smooth rigid 4" duct and not the flexible type. 
  • clean out the exhaust pipe and inside wall or wherever the air flows. the reason why the element is not staying on is because the heat is building up too fast without the proper draw of airflow thru the machine. 
  • the blower blows air out of the back of the machine creating a vacuum inside the drum where the clothes are and pulling air across the heating element. if the air is blocked behind the machine or anywhere else then the draw of air is reduced or block completely.
  • this will cause a rapid buildup of heat and the thermostat(s) will turn off the element after a few seconds, just like what you are experiencing.
if you already checked this and don't think this is the problem, let me know i will help you figure it out.
Mike

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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mostly that after burn,,check vent and vent exhaust reall good,,exhaust coming back in home..

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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Hi Tony, The next thing I would checnge would be the coils on top the gas valve. The tend to not open after the get hot. This is a very common problem with the newer gas dryers. I hope this helps you. Let me know if I can help you further.

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Vic

Posted on May 15, 2009

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also check the exhaust outside of the house, i had birds nest in mine

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The reason you are not getting the cloths dry after 60 minutes and are just as wet is airflow or rather the lack thereof.

First verify that you dryer is actually starting, (I know... you're thinking, duh!) but simple things first. Let the dryer run on high heat for about 2 minutes and open the door. See if there's actually heat coming out of the door. If there is, that's a good sign. Did the drum seem to be tumbling? if yes, this also is a good sign.

Next turn the dryer to fluff/no heat and turn it on. Go outside and check the dryer vent (if possible) and see if there is a reasonable amount of airflow coming out. Most likely it will be weak (since your cloths aren't drying.) Now that you have checked that, go inside, disconnect the dryer hose on the back of the dryer. Compare the airflow from the outside vent. If it is considerably stronger than outside, your ducting needs cleaned. If it is about the same and still weak, something is blocking airflow in your dryer.

Here's a decision point. If you feel you don't want to try to fix the dryer yourself, get someone qualified or take it to a qualified maintenance shot for the dryer. If you feel up to the task, FIRST unplug the dryer, then you'll have to disassemble the dryer (can't give you specifics without the model number) and find the clog and remove it. Once the clog is removed (very likely lots of lint and maybe even a sock or two) reassemble the dryer, hook the vent hose back up, plug it in, try to dry your cloths.

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Although you may feel the exhaust, the airflow my not be sufficient to dry your clothes efficiently and costing alot of money on your utility bill. A hot machine is a good indicator that this is the case. Proper airflow across the heater is important to maintain heater efficiency. If airflow is poor, the heater will overheat and eventually fail. If the vent system goes through the roof, the vent screen is probably blocked. If the vent system is longer than 10ft, there is probably lint accumulated in the pipe. Check out this site http://www.linteater.com/.
Remember..the purpose of the dryer vent is to get rid of moisture. If the moisture can't be removed quickly....the clothes will take a long time to dry, no matter how much heat there is....

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hi BethandRoss,
You have a loss of airflow from the dryer. Two things can casue this.
1. You vent going outside is blocked off with lint, bird nest or something.
2. your blower wheel is broken.

for problem 1. pull the dryer out and take the vent off. Start the dryer and feel the amount of airflow coming out. If you have none then go to problem 2. If airflow is good take a look in your vent going outside. Somewhere between that vent and outside you have a blockage. Clear it out or replace it if needed.

for problem 2. I would need your model number to give the exact direction to replace it. Since all dryer come apart abit different, and all dryers have different blowers, I would have to know the brand or model to help you further.
I really hope this will FixYa.
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