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Re: wil133 indesit 1300 washer dryer
Look for debris in the filter, remove the bottom front panel ( 3 screws on bottom) Unplug washer , open the large access filter screw on in center , be ready for excess water to spill on floor, clean filter and be sure the pump impellers spin freely.
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Had the same problem, very hot but wet clothes. This is a condensor drier. The fack that the clothes are hot rules out the heater or its control. If yoy hear the fan running and there is no blockage the fault is caused by the 3 stage water valve. During drying a small amount of water is passed through a condensor chamber, the cold water causes steam the condense backi into water then is pumped out through the drain. If the water valve fails no condensing takes place and the clothes remain wet. The valve is easy to change and costs about 15 pounds.
9 Hours!!! I hope it isn't because the clothes are too wet because if it is I wouldn't like your electricity bill!! There are a number of things you need to check. I assume that you are not overloading the machine, and that you are using the correct spin cycle Don't start the drying cycle directly after the wash, take out the clothes and see how dry they are after the wash, you need to ascertain if it is spinning the load sufficiently fast to dry them. How dry are they directly after the spin? If they are not wetter than they should be then the dryer is not getting hot enough during the drying cycle, this could be due to a faulty thermostat or element. Make sure all the filters are clean including the pre chamber down below so that it can pump out the water (I guess it must be clear if it is washing ok? but check anyway. The principal parts involved, assuming that Also check that you haven't got a delay set for the dryer (unlikely I know but I thought I would mention it anyway) I hope that helps.
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.