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Dryer overheating we have vacuumed the lint every where with the back of the dryer off and we have changed the vent hose so far whet else can we do?

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If there is too much air geting in from door seal or lint trap anywhere it can cause this.
Also the operating thermastat may not be shuting off when it should.
You could check the temp coing out of the vent on the back, tipicle flutuates from around 120 to 180 could be different for different machines
a food therm that goes to 200 or over

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On mine when I get the overheat light, I undo the ducting from the back of the dryer.
Run the hose from my shop vac (wet or dry vacuum) as far as I can up the duct tubing, and the dryer exhaust duct (in back of the dryer). Then I reverse the vacuum and blow through both, and finish with vacuuming again.
Every 2 years or so it wouldn't be a bad idea to have the exhaust ducts cleaned, as lint build-up is the number one cause of dryer fires!

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My dryer is heating fine but there is no air blowing out of the vent. Therefore, clothes are not drying properly. I have cleaned the lent filter, checked the outside and and inside vent for clogs or...


run the dryer with the vent hose off, if it drys correctly then it is in the vent tube. The best way to clean the vent hose is with a leaf blower, now if it is not drying with the vent hose off then you will need to disassemble the dryer, and clean from the bottom of the lint trap back to the back of the dryer with a brush(paint) and a vacuum:

http://www.partselect.com/dryer+wont-dry-clothes+repair.htm

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I have had this elect dryer for about 3 years. Same prob from the start.. Takes forever to dry any load of clothes.. Litterally 4 plus hours to dry 5 bath towel and 6 or 7 wash cloths.. this is...


Long drying times can commonly be the result of improper or restricted venting.

Examine your vent hose. How long is it? Too many bends?

Check to make sure your vent hose is clear and free of an restrictions.

If vented outside, is the flap opening properly and free of lint buildup and is the hose clear?

Pull your dryer away from the wall and disconnect the vent hose, use a vacuum or brush to clean out the inside of the hose, sometimes shaking the hose a bit (if possible) will free any lint buildup that your vacuum or brush may have missed.

Don't overlook cleaning out the pipe that the hose connects to on the back of the dryer.

Lastly if you have a lint filter that's on the top like mine, remove the lint filter and check for obstructions there, use a lint filter brush and clean well, this is often overlooked and a major cause of poor drying, overheating, or fire.

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