Question about Whirlpool AWZ410 Front Load Washer/Dryer
I have just moved into new rented accommodation and put my laundry on in the washer/dryer. The clothes are wet and washed but I have no idea how to make it now dry them!
I have the same problem. The half load / drying button is pushed in; the drying time set; I've reduced the load to almost nothing, but it won't dry. I've tried numerous cycles. The clothes spin, but are still damp at the end.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you tried lengthening the dryer cycle or running it at a higher temp? The usual culprit for wet clothes is not running a dryer long enough or hot enough. (I remember some stand-alone dryers (coin-operated with a fixed drying time per coin) that needed two cycles to dry stuff.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
Make sure the half load / drying button is pushed in also and the drying time set.
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Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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That button with the 1/2 on it and then the time dial works and it sounds as if it is washing your clothes, but it is actually drying the clothes but heats up water in order to do it. It is kind of insane actually but it does work and that is the way to do it.
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