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Dryer will not dry clothes

Dryer appears to operate correctly. OPen the door and the interior is hot, but no air flow coming out of the house vent line. I cannot see a blockage.

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Hello. Unplug your dryer. Remove your vent duct hose and, holding it like a "U", take it outside and clean it out. While the duct is removed, inspect the dryer exhaust (where it goes into the duct) and the other end (where it passes through the wall). Clean and remove any debris that you find. Remove the lint filter and check for debris in this cavity as well. If you find and clear any debris, this may get you drying better.
There are other things that might be at issue, but this is the most common and most easily repairable. Please repost after giving this a whirl.....Operators are standing by!!!!
Regards, --W/D--

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