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SOURCE: dryer takes three cycles to dry took apart need help put back together

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If this is a standard dryer with the idler pulley, place the pulley into the slots to the left of the motor pulley. Bring the belt through the idler so it is running on the flat side of the belt and place the belt around the motor. The idler should be placing down pressure on the belt keeping it tight. make sure there are no twists all the way around the drum or it will pop off.
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f70 error code is telling you the dryer is running to hot,when was the last time you manually took the dryer apart and cleaned it out?this should be done once a year if it's gas and every 18 months if electric,try unplugging the dryer,remove the bottom panel,pull out the lint filter then remove the screws that hold the metal duct on and remove the duct and clean it out with a shop vac,then vac out the cabinet where the motor is,then set the vac to blow and blow out the cabinet and motor,this way you blow the lint forwards so you don't have to remove the front and drum.put it back together,then remove the vent line from the back of the dryer,you have to clean the line out,if it's a long run you can put a leaf blower into the line and blow it out to the outside,have someone outside to make sure the air is blowing out strong,also you can run the dryer with the vent line off of the back and see if the code is gone,if it is gone and you reconnect the vent line and the code comes back then you still have a block in the vent line,remember all a dryer does is move air,if it can't move it to the outside you'll either blow the thermal fuse or the high limit thermostat or get an error code or both but it's a safety so you don't have a fire because the dryer is running to hot,you might also see that it's taking longer for your clothes to dry.clean the dryer out regularly and it will run like new,you won't need to change as many parts and your clothes will dry on time and most important you won't burn your house down.hope this helps and ggod luck.

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when was the last time you cleaned out the dryer and vent line?all a dryer does is move air,if the dryer hasn't been cleaned it won't dry the clothes.your model has the lint filter on top,unplug the dryer,pull it out away from the wall,disconnect the vent line from the back,now pull it out so you can work on the back,first pull out the lint filter and remove the 2 phillips screws in front of it on the top panel,now go in the back and remove the back wall,on the left side you'll see the metal duct that the lint filter slides down into,remove the 4 screws and you already removed the other 2 screws on top so now you can remove the metal duct and clean it out,vac up ant lint in the back,if you have a shop vac set it up to blow and blow out the blower wheel and the heater duct on the right side,after it's all cleaned up put it back together but don't put the 2 top screws in,after you have it back together clean out the vent line,if it's a long run i use a leaf blower,stick the leaf blower into the vent line and blow it out to the outside,just make sure the outside duct is clear,no cage or anything that will block the lint,put the vent line back on and push the dryer back,now pop the top and clean out the front of dryer,i'll send you a viideo on how to take the dryer apart.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGIG8Wo5-N4
good luck and if you know the heat is working most likely you have a block somewhere and you should do this once a year so your clothes will dry on time,if you see that it takes more time to dry your clothes this is where to start also so you don't have a dryer fire.

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if you hear the flame light but it doesn't stay on for a long time most likely you have lint blocked up in the dryer or in the vent linepull out the lint screen filter and look down into the duct that the filter slides into,if that's blocked you can try to stick a brush down in there and pull out as much lint as you can and then get a shop vac and set it up to blow and try to blow the rest of the lint out,if this doesn't work you have to pull the front of the dryer off and clean out the duct,also vac and blow out the gas tube and the motor and vac up any lint that's in the cabinet,unplug the dryer,remove the top,then the control panel and then the front panel.put it back together and then go out side and make sure the duct is clear no cage or screen,go back inside,remove the vent line off of the back of dryer,if it's a long run to the outside stick a leaf blower into the vent line and blow it to the outside,put it back together and you should be fine.this should be done once a year with a gas dryer so you don't have any problems with parts or how it's running and most important you won't have a fire.if you need anymore help let me know.

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My whirlpool dryer model LER4634EQ2 sometimes takes really long to dry a load of wash


most likely it's blocked with lint.all a dryer does is move air,if something is blocked the air can't move and it takes longer and longer to dry clothes.your lint filter is on top,unplug the dryer ,pull it away from the wall, disconnect the vent line,remove the back panel,on the left side you'll see a metal duct that the lint filter slides into,take that off and clean it out,first remove the lint filter and the two phillips screws that are in front of it on the top panel.now go in the back and remove the four screws that hold the duct in,clean out the duct and if you have a shop vac vac up any dust you see bakc there and then set it up to blow and blow through the blower wheel until it's clean,put the duct back into place,now if the vent line is long you can blow that out with a leaf blower,first go outside and make sure nothing is blocking the outside vent,if there's a cage or anything outside that's blocking the air from blowing out remove it and don't put it back,go back inside and blow out the vent line,put the dryer back together except the two screws in front of the filter on top,with a screw driver pop up the top lid,you'll see two 5 1/16 screws one on each side of the front panel around 2 inches down from the top,remove them disconnect the wire harness on the right side and then pull up one side at a time to remove the front panel,if you don't want to pull the drum use the shop vac to blow all the lint from in the back forwards and vac it up,put it back together and do a load,you should see a big change in the time it takes to dry the clothes.go here to see how to take dryer apart
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGIG8Wo5-N4
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the filter is on top so all your parts are in the back of the dryer,unplug it,pull it out away from the wall,remove the vent line and the back panel,on the left you'll see the metal duct that the lint filter slides down into,to the right of that and down near the bottom you'll see a white piece,this is the thermal fuse,whenever you check a part you have to remove at least one of the wires,pull one or both wires off and check the thermal fuse for continuity,put the meter on 20k on ohms,touch the leads together and it should clear the 1 on the meter,now touch the leads to the fuse,if it stays on 1 the fuse is bad,if you get any other reading then the fuse is good,if it's bad change it out but it popped because the dryer is running to hot and you need to clean out the dryer or it will keep popping,take out the two phillips screws on the top panel near the filter,then remove the four screws holding in the filter duct and clean it out,now you have to clean out the vent line,if the line is long i use a leaf blower to blow out the line,go outside and make sure you don't have a cage or anything that will block the lint from blowing out,if there is remove it,it will keepcatching the lint and blocking up,go back inside and blow out the line,put it back together but don't put the two screws back on top,go to the front and pop the top,remove the two 5/16 inch screws and remove the front panel,unplug the door switch wires too.get a shop vac and blow the lint off of the motor,vac up the cabinet area and put it back together,you should be all set,if the fuse is good,go to the heater box on the right side and check the high limit thermostat but most likely cause is the thermal fuse,part number 3392519.hope this helps and good luck. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUQQJAxkZ0g

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