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Hi, I have a DLE2532W LG Dryer, the unit runs and drys, but continues to take longer and longer to dry a load. Loads that took 45 minutes starting takeing 60 minutes and now I am up to 120 minutes. Thanks

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This could be a problem not with your dryer but with your washer not ringing out the clothes as dry as it once did. Can you verify that in some way? Often times, though, this is more the culprit than your dryer.

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If you cleaned your lint trap regularly then the dryer vent hose is probably clogged clean it out and that should take care of your problem

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