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Dryer turns on, feels warm, but doesn't dry clothes. dry(more/les) setting never moves in over two hours. normaly drys any load in an hour or less...

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You must clean the lint filter, then, remove the vent hose from the back and clean it as well, reach inside and clean that too.

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