Question about LG DLE3777 Electric Dryer
Our dryer never has done a good job drying clothes always needing about 20 minutes more to dry clothes after the wash has finished.
Lately its really bad. We've gotten two bids to fix it and they want $150. Bad news is that our venting runs down under the floor and vents under our back deck. We don't know if it's plugged or not. The tubing above the ground is ok.
Shoudl we scrap it or pay for someone to come out and inspect for the thermostat??
Hi, First chech the vent. I would try and hook up a shop vac that can blow out or I have used an electric leaf blower. The lead blower is great because it has so much power. In your situation with the vent taking the path it does, you will need a lot of air. Another option is to unhook the vent from the dryer and try drying a load of laundry. If it dryes fast, you can be sure it is the vent.
Because this is an electric dryer, the vent is most common problem.
I hope this helps you. Please let me know if I can assist you further.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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