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My dvlr223egww takes over 2 hours to dry a load,

Just moved into a new home and the dryer, a dvlr223egww takes over 2 hours to dry a load, that can't be right, what can I do to fix this

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The most common problem is your exhaust line is blocked. Turn on the dryer and go outside to feel how much air is coming out the vent. Most likely it is blocked. If so you'll need to disconnect the exhaust duct and vacuum it out.

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