Question about Hotpoint NWXR473EV Dryer
We put the washing in and set it to dry but after the time it normally used to take to dry the clothes they are now still quite damp, and there's loads of damp fluff on the inside of the door. It isn't making any weird noises, and we've cleaned the filter. Any ideas???
Have you cleaned the exhaust ducting? The duct that runs from inside to outside. Try that first. Sounds like your exhaust line is blocked. Also with the filter out get a flash light and look down the venting if alot of lint vaccum out. NOTE: Unplug the unit, wheather gas or electric.....and if it is a gas shut off the gas to the dryer before moving just in case something gets loose while moving. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 11, 2007
Thermostat gone pop on vtd00 and some other hotpoints these are resteetable with a pin at back of stat ,,, usual cause is blockage on rear vent pipe or taking load out and reusing before the cool down period has finished .. this should be used at the end of each cycle
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Check the timer, the timer on mine has started moving round far too quick so 45 mins becomes 5 mins!
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
I just got a dryer but it is not drying the clothes. We put it to dry for 45 minutes and the clothes are still wet. Any suggestions???
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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