Two years ago when new, this dryer as awesome. Everything dried quickly and before a wash cycle was completed. It still dries my loads but now requires 2 full cycles. The washer is running well, spin cycles seem fine and clothes are well wrung at completion. My question is how to trouble shoot the problem? It's not broken but clearly something is not working as well as it used to. Any thoughts?
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should wash your futon cover separately from other items. You need to ensure there is room in the
machine for it. Avoid using detergents
containing bleach. Wash the cover using
the cold wash/cold rinse cycle (unless label inscription suggests
otherwise). After the wash cycle is
complete, you can put the cover in the dryer and tumble dry on a low-heat
setting. I like to remove the cover
halfway through the drying cycle to flip it to ensure that it dries evenly.
Hi there A short history Around fifty years ago the washing machine and the spin dryer were two separate machines. After that came the twin tub, where the two machines were put into one, then we got the washing machine-front loaded. As well as the dryer. Now we have got the dryer and the washing machine combined. My guess is that you have to push a spin button and decide which speed you want the spin. good luck Kolbrun
As you can see, your heating element has 5 heating coils. If one or more of these coils have opened you dryer will still work and heat but not at well as it would if all coils worked together. You can check each coil with an ohm meter to verify if one or more is open.
This easy to use white Indemnity condenser dryer will make a welcome
addition to any kitchen. The 10 minute cool tumble and reverse tumble
option will help keep creases in your fabric to a minimum. Energy
efficiency ratings & performance: Energy efficiency rating: C.
Maximum drying capacity 7kg. Condenser dryer features: 160 minute
timer. Including 10 minute cool tumble. 2 dryness levels. Manual
control. Reverse tumble option. Reservoir full indicator. Fluff filter.
Size H85, W59.5, D58.5cm. Drying programmes Freshen up cycle.
Manufacturer's 5 year parts and 1 year labour guarantee. Technical
specifications: Energy consumption: 4.48kWh per cycle based on dry
cotton cycle. Energy consumption: 336kWh per year based on dry cotton
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There is a little sensor that tells the dryer when to heat and when not to heat. that sensor is bad. If you take the back of the dryer off you will see it. It is about the size of a half dollar and has 2 wires that plug into it. While you have it apart make sure that the dryer vent on the back of the dryer is not plugged with lint. Major cause for fires in dryers.
Is it that you want to dry only or wash 'n' dry straight through in one go?
If it's to dry only...
1. Switch the machine on
2. Press the Auto Dry or Timed Dry button until the neon light illuminates.
3. For Auto Dry press the button for 2 seconds to achieve the neon indicator to light up. then press the button until the glow is beside the level of drying you require.
4. For Timed Dry press the button until the time you require is in the display.
5. Press the Start/Pause key to start the cycle
Please note: in the Timed dry any time above 60 minutes will be displayed as 70, 75, 80, 85 etc. but then will be shown as 1:10, 1:15, 1:20, 1:25.
For wash 'n' dry straight through...
1. Switch the machine on.
2. Select the fabric.
3. Change the temperature or spin speed if necessary.
4. Select any extra options if required.
5. Follow the above to achieve the drying accompanied by the wash.
6. Then press the Start/Pause button to get the cycle under way.
There is a downloadable PDF of the user manual for this machine on the Service Force website, if you require the programming sequence guide, which, is covered in the user manual, should this explanation prove unhelpful.