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The lent signal comes on when start the dryer

I have checked all the lent ducts and I get the lint light signal. What should I do? How do you clean the ducts?

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Hello, Welcome to Fixya. Based on what you've described I don't think anything is wrong with your Bosch dryer ( provided the model number is correct ). If the dryer has an l.e.d. Indicator labelled "check lint" this is simply a reminder to check it before proceeding. Believe it or not I have clients who have used their dryer for years and never noticed this indicator or "reminder" ever before...so I get it ;o) So If the unit starts and isn't displaying any error codes and otherwise working, the dryer is functioning properly, i.e. heating, not running too long, not tripping hi-limit safety etc. Let me know if this is indeed the case...that the dryer is working fine otherwise, or if you are referring to another model number. Thanks for choosing "fixya". Please take a moment and rate the answer provided here today accordingly. macmarkus :)

Posted on Jul 10, 2010

  • Mark MacDonald
    Mark MacDonald Jul 11, 2010

    P.S.



    On the "WTL" (condensation electric dryer) models it can be related to the heat exchange needing cleaning as well.



    As I mentioned previously, if this is the correct model number let me know. I can send you instructions and trouble shooting tips via "pdf" that would require you to post an email address.



    regards,



    macmarkus :)

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Keep getting warning "check exhaust" on a new gas dryer. All exhaust is clear. What's going on?


The CHECK VENT duct blockage sensing system detects and alerts you to blockages in the duct work that reduce exhaust flow from the dryer. This light does not indicate any problems with your dryer. If this light blinks, it indicates that your home's exhaust system/duct work has a serious restriction

Every time the dryer is turned on, the CHECK FILTER LIGHT WILL BLINK, as a reminder to make sure the filter is clean. Always make sure the lint filter is clean before starting a new load; a clogged lint filter will increase drying times.

The Kenmore Elite dryer has a sensor that detects poor exhaust venting, and when it does, a light flashes on the control panel. This warning light does not include a mechanism to stop gas flow, but if it is allowed to flash for an extended period, poor venting may cause the dryer to overheat. As a result, a fuse might blow and disable the gas valve or ignitor. You can prevent this by diagnosing the reason for the flashing indicator light as soon as possible.

In many cases, LINT has built up somewhere in the exhaust pipes.

Check under the lint filter. Pull it out,look inside the slot it fits in, and clear all lint from this area.

Is it possible you have used the WRONG VENT MATERIAL?
Check your vent to make sure it is 4 inch rigid or semi-rigid metal ducting. If your venting is plastic or flexible foil, replace it before using the dryer.

Check your vent hood outside. You may have a restricted or damaged vent hood. It must be clean and free of lint buildup. Check the damper and make sure it opens fully and easily and is free of lint.

I know you said you have no elbows, but I have posted the pipe run lengths with and without elbows. Keep in mind this is with 4 inch rigid or semi rigid metal ducting.

Measure the length of your exhaust system and count the elbows. Use the chart below to see if your duct is too long. If it is too long, have the duct routed to another location that is within the venting guidelines.

0~90 degree elbows=65 ft of 4 inch rigid metal duct.
1~90 degree elbow=55 ft of 4 inch rigid metal duct.
2~90 degree elbows=47 ft """"""""
3~90 degree elbows=36 ft """"""""
4~90 degree elbows=28 ft """"""""

You should always use duct tape or metal tape on all joints, NEVER USE SCREWS, as screws capture lint inside the pipe.

One more note. Lots of people overlook the fact that fabric softeners can build up on the lint filter over time. This buildup can restrict the airflow through the filter reducing dryer efficiency and lengthening drying times. After removing lint, if the filter looks dark or dirty when held up to the light, follow these steps to clean:

Use hot soapy water and a stiff brush to clean
the filter.
Make sure the filter is completely dry before
reinstalling it and using the dryer.
NEVER operate the dryer with a wet lint filter.

Oct 29, 2014 | Kenmore Dryers

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Clean lent filter


The unit is seeing a restriction in air flow disconnect the exhaust at base of machine turn to air dry or fluff you should get good air movement coming out of the exhaust I will assume the machine worked when new if flow is weak then there is lint in the blower air passage from the machine if good you will know the difference the the restriction is in the exhaust exiting the house on one occasion i did encounter a bad control if everything passes the test an dryer is operating correctly and you still have a light leave it control is not cheap for an annoying light

Mar 21, 2014 | Maytag EPICz Electric Dryer

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Always air filter clean


If the light comes on after it\'s started its cycle, that sounds like your dryer actually has a sensor in it (my dryer just has a fake light to remind you to clean the filter, but there\'s no sensor).

Either there\'s debris accumulated inside that\'s blocked the sensor (it\'s working correctly), or the sensor itself has failed (part repair).

It\'s possible your filter itself isn\'t letting enough air pass through any more. Do a quick test: run the dryer with the filter out and see if the light still comes on.

If the light still comes on, see if you can remove some lint from the dryer. Remove the filter and get a vacuum nozzle in as far as you can to try to suck out any lint that got past the filter.

Also check the exhaust. How recently was your dryer duct cleaned? Could it be clogged? Disconnect the exhaust from the wall and inspect the pipe. If you see a *lot* of lint and dust it should probably be cleaned. It\'s not expensive - call a duct cleaning company and ask them to clean your dryer duct and nothing else. No addons, no extended service plan, nothing - just clean the duct.

By now you\'ve checked the air going in and the air going out. If it still continues this behaviour I would look at the sensor itself. It\'s almost certainly cheaper in the long run to call in a repair person for that.

Mar 03, 2014 | Dryers

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My maytag dryer takes almost 2 hours to dry 1 load of laundry


I would try cleaning out the dryer lent from the exhaust duct from the dryer and also the duct to the outside of the house. Lint also collects inside the dryer. It may worth cleaning out behind the lint filer through to the exhaust duct.


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Jul 08, 2011 | Maytag PYE2300AY Electric Dryer

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I have a kenmore elite model 110.8586 or 8587 anyway I cleaned my lent screen put it back as I always do after every load and know it say check lint screen


Possibilities

The sensor is dirty..remove the lint trap and clean the orifice with a Swiffer duster. Dryer sheets can clog the lint trap use a tooth brush and detergent to clean the lint trap. Alternately see if it presents the same issue operating it without the lint trap. If you have an air compressor blow out the slot too. Make sure the main exit hose is cleared also *vent duct*. Tip the unit and blow the air in too.

Or a melting type fuse mounts on the blower housing and is tied into the same circuit as the door switch. When it melts it shuts down everything and this keeps the lint from catching fire.

Also check the belts.

You can turn off the beeping if you would like. Instructions are in the manual. By Pressing the buzzer button it has Loud medium low and off positions.

Remove the rear vent and try the unit...

I'm thinking that your sensor is probably the issue here.

Jun 10, 2011 | Kenmore Dryers

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How to remove lent from the dryer


Hi,

If your dryer is not drying like it once did or if you just have nottaken the time to give yourself a clean dryer in a long time then youneed to do that. At least once a year the dryer cleaning should takeplace. Lint build up in the dryer duct is one of the main causesfor your dryer to fail.

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Oct 28, 2010 | Amana ALG331RAW Gas Dryer

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Dryer heats ,tumbles, but clothes still wet.cleaned all lent traps.


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If your dryer is not drying like it once did or if you just have not taken the time to give yourself a clean dryer in a long time then you need to do that. At least once a year the dryer cleaning should take place. Lint build up in the dryer duct is one of the main causes for your dryer to fail.

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heatman101

Aug 23, 2010 | Kenmore Elite HE4 Electric Dryer

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My dryer is working, but it's not heating


pull the vent line off the back of dryer and see if it helps,also the duct that the lint filter slides into could be loaded with lint,when was the last time you cleaned out the dryer?sounds like from what you said when you had the top off it worked better because you had better air movement with the top off.go out side and check the vent,if it's a long run from the back of the dryer to the outside vent i use a leaf blower to blow out the vent line,you also need to vac out the inside of dryer where the motor is,if you have a shop vac blow off the motor and blow through the inside vent to clean out the heating duct and vac out the back of the drum,you should take it apart and clean it out once a year so the dryer will run correctly

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Lent seems to be going all over the house. The lent is very fine almost like dust. The discharge vent pipe is not leaking.


when was the last time you cleaned out the dryer?you need to clean out the duct that the lint filter slides into,remove the vent line from the back,if it's a long run blow it out with a leaf blower to clean it out,before you blow it go outside and make sure the duct where the flapper is isn't blocked with anything,and then vac out the inside of dryer where the motor is,you should do this once a year so the dryer works properly and your clothes will dry on time

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