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Not drying as quickly, requires 2 cycles

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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Look inside your lint trap to see if it is clogged. Also remove your vent hose to check for clogs there and at the outlet. make sure your hose isn't kinked.

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Heating element may be bad looking at the parts for this dryer it has two types one with a double elemnet so check what the first two gentalmen said then you may have to buy heating element.

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Must clean the lint filter and the exhaust vent tube and all the way in to the dryer. Hot air exit is restricted.



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