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Dryer has some heat but is taking a long time to dry clothes

Our dryer is an electric roper. it is putting off some heat but not enough to dry the clothes in one cycle. so far it is taking about 3 -4 cycles to dry them. any ideas?

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This type of problem can be caused by a partially burnt heating element, a blown thermal fuse, or a faulty high limit thermostat. All of these components can be checked using an ohm meter or multimeter. Sure hope this helped and best wishes.

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