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Sometimes my dryer heats and sometimes it's just cool air. I have to dry it over and over. Please help!

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Sounds like an intermittent fault on the heating coil (or possible intermittent pilot failure). Or thermostat out of calibration (but I doubt that last one is likely)

This fault sounds a bit dodgy and I'd recommend getting a qualified appliance serviceperson to troubleshoot this.

Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: have heat & tumbling but will take 3 hrs to dry a load/ no jeans

Likely that your Dryer vent is clogged up. Especially if its long. Check that by hooking up a shopvac to one end with duct tape to seal any air leaks between the vent pipe and the vac hose. Turn it on and check the other end of the vent pipe for suction. If its faint then there may be a crapload of lint in there or a birds nest. Compressed air in the pipe with an agitating device may work or shopvac hose if run is short. Be prepared for a mess on either end.
Heather

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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