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Clothes not dry when the dryer time is up or says it is dry

I have the same type of problem, clothes are not dry when time is up. I always have to add extra minutes. Or play with the controls, pick speed dry but change the level of heat and time.I had someone out and they cleaned the sensors, No Change. I do not use dryer sheets.

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  • Karma Dharma Apr 30, 2008

    Thank you for the suggestion. I am paranoid about dryer fires, so it is very clean! I can reach it outside and use my vacuum to clean down at the bottom of "vent". Any other suggestions are welcome.

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Has any one checked the vent for an obstruction or kink?

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