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The dryer on my machine doesn't go through a cooling down cycle, therefore leaves everything very creased.Does the dryer have a cooling down cycle? The clothes come out of the dryer burning hot.

I would check the cycling thermostat and hi limit thermostat as they regulate heat. the cooling cycle should come on at end of cycle as the thermostat detects the dryness of the clothes. also may want to check the moister sensor inside the drum usually on the door, they look like 2 aluminum strips.

Mar 01, 2015 | Washing Machines

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White knight tumble dryer timer sticking at 80minutes and not moving to cool clothes

Have had the same problem with the timer sticking on the model and the same time interval, now don't trust it's safe to use at any setting over 60minutes

Jan 06, 2013 | Abbaka White Knight 44AW Electric Dryer

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My problem is with my Maytag-Legacy Series electric clothes dryer. My wife says it does not cool off the clothes at the end of the cycle, and thus leaves them wrinkled, so she needs to iron them. What...

The cycling or operating thermostatis often the problem when a dryer runstoo hot, but there are also other things that can make it run hot also.

Here is a tip that I wrote that gives more details about why a clothes dryer will get too hot.

Clothes Dryergetting too hot


Aug 28, 2011 | Maytag Dryers

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Sole plate is dirty after having it too hot for an item I was ironing. How do I clean it please?

Set the iron to maximum heat with no steam, this will re-melt the contaminants then use a damp cotton cloth and quickly wipe the plate, allowing the cloth to cool a bit between wipes. the cooling action of the wet cloth will cause the contaminants to stick to the cotton.

Apr 04, 2011 | Televison & Video

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The cooling light is always on and the clothes take forever to dry!

Inside the dryer, near the lint filter, you will find two curved metal bars, about 1/4 inch wide each, about an inch apart and about 4 inches long. These sense the moisture in the clothes. When fabric softener sheets are used, a waxy substance will eventually coat the bars, so the dryer will not "see" that the clothes are still wet, and go right to a cool down. Clean them off, or use time dry only.

Jan 17, 2011 | LG DLE2512W Electric Dryer

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My Bosch dryer never seems to get very warm.It's an Axxis. I've only washed about 10 loads. It seems to take a long time, and when I take the clothes out, they are cool to the touch. Even when I touch the...


There are a few possibilities here:

1. Washer/dryers generally take longer to dry clothes than a stand-alone dryer so if you previously had a stand-alone and are now using a combi, this could be the reason.
2. There are usually at least 2 heat settings on a dryer, so maybe you have it on a cool setting?
3. The last part of a drying cycle (5-10 minutes) is usually cool - even when on a high setting. This helps to reduce creasing and cools metal parts such as zips and buckles for saftey. This could explain why everything feels cool when you remove the clothes.

It's possible your old dryer didn't have the cool final setting and/or it was higher power than your new Bosch and therefore dried the clothes quicker.

If your new machine is taking an eternity and your clothes still aren't properly dry, then there may be a fault with your dryer thermostat which is switching the heating coil/element off at too low a temperature. However, I suspect your problem is related to information I've written above.

It would help to know whether you have an Axxis washer/dryer or just a dryer. If the information above doesn't help you to solve your problem, please post back with details of your machine, including the model number, if possible.


Nov 25, 2010 | Bosch Dryers

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I have hotpoint consdenser dryer model ctd00p - not drying clothe

if the water tank is empty you probably need a new thermostats .

Feb 11, 2010 | Dryers

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Same problem. Just bought it used, all vents are clean

If it shows cooling, it sounds like the sensor bars need to be cleaned off. They are two silver strips about 5 inches long just on the drum side of the lint filter. When dryer softener sheets are used, the bars get coated with a waxy substance, and then they do not detect the moisture in the clothes, so they think the clothes are dry, and proceed to the cool down cycle. You should be able to do a timed dry cycle just as it is, but will need to clean off the bars to get all the auto dry cycles to work. NOTE: If timed dry does not heat, post a comment for additional items to check.

Aug 15, 2009 | LG DLG2532 Gas Dryer

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