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Everytime i turn on my lg tromm it says check filter

I have cleaned the filter every time i use the dryer. i have to dry everything at least twice. i use a long brush to clean down in the filter as well.

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TRY TAKING OFF THE VENT HOSE AND RUN A CYCLE WITHOUT IT AND SEE IF IT DRYS FASTER....YOU MAY HAVE A CLOG OF SOME SORT IN YOUR WALL

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