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  • callcnetone Aug 28, 2010

    regarding my dryer not drying that I just posted...after posting it, I was reading suggestions regarding other similar postings and...many mentioned that I needed to test if it was a venting /hose clog problem. As they instructed, I simply took the hose off and let it dry without a hose for about 30 minutes and immediately noticed that it was drying clothes in 30 minutes instead of 2-3 hours it had taken before. After inspecting where the hose connects into the wall I determined that there was a kink that was cutting off most of the air supply...thats all that has been wrong for two long months! Yup you guys just saved me a $100 service call...thanks! ps my wife is also very happy...yeah!


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