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I have a new dryer, when I open the door the lint filter is raised up and loose it is not catching the lint,we are having to clean the line constantly and it is cutting off with the clothes are still

Had repair man out he said the lint catcher was wrong,we have been dealing with this for over a month. I have to turn my dryer on 3 to 4 times to get it to dry. He is suppose to come back out today. But I am already sick of it because it was expensive and it doesnt work.

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Bonnie -

According to you own post - the repairman came out and told you the wrong part was supplied and the correct one was ordered. Until the correct part arrives to replace it, you are going to have to deal with it / not use it. There are no other options really other than complaining to the store that sold it to you (how did the wrong part get in there - was it used or a return??) or to Fisher Paykel directly.

Posted on Dec 11, 2014

Testimonial: "The repair man came, brought the same lent screen that was in it. clean our vent line again which had a lot in it, because the the screen is not catching it. He said he would check the warehouse and see how they were suppose to work and call my husband this morn. Did not call, my husband call him this afternoon and he said that all the new models let lent thru. I know some lent gets thru but not the amt that is going thru mine. for a new dryer that cost $990+ O expect it to dry my clothes"

  • Steve Dec 12, 2014

    You have every right to expect the dryer to dry clothes - regardless of the lint issue - which seems to me that it would constitute a fire hazard. If he isn't solving the damp / wet clothes for you - I'd contact the repairman's supervisor and ask him what they plan on doing for you - or who you have to call to get the problem fixed / or to return you dryer. You may even wish to pursue returning it with the local store management and explain that you have been workiing with service to get the machine fixed up until now but are not getting satisfaction; and want to return it. Threaten contacting your state attorney general or consumer protection group.

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If not, ensure you have seen and touched every inch of interior dryer piping and hold the lint filter up to the light to be sure you can see through it. Disassemble and clean ANY section of piping you can't get your hand into. The area below the lint filter tends to catch a lot of lint and can only be accessed by a brush specifically designed for the small opening.

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Ensure that the dryer's power supply cord is firmly plugged into an electrical outlet.
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Inspect the structure's fuse box for a tripped fuse. Each fuse is assigned a single "On/Off" switch. If any fuse switch is in the "Off" position, flip that switch to the "On" position. If the problem persists, contact a professional electrician.

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