Question about Roper REX4634KQ Electric Dryer
I have a dryer that is heating real good, however the clothes are not drying on a normal cycle. It is taking several tries to get clothes dry. I replaced the hose so that air could flow freely. When I took off the old hose I found water and lent trapped in the area. I cleaned it out and replaced the hose. Still not drying.
Make sure you have a strong air flow from the dryer it self take hose off and run the unit it should force your hand away if not your dryer is stopped up you will have to take fan casing off and clean (the metal going to hole for vent hose) if you do go outside and make sure you vent outside is opening and free of lint also wash your lint filter with warm soapy water fabric sheets stop them up and cause longer drying time
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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