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I have a front loading frigidaire dryer that is taking 3 - 75 minute cycles to dry one load... what could this problem be?

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Confirm if the problem is just in timed dry or auto a swell. Since you say timed, you likely have either blockage in the lint trap, or exhaust or an element which is functioning at half power, half burned out

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