Question about Dryers
Ok, we purchased the LG stackable washer and dryer. The Dryer uses gas instead of electric. The problem is I need to dry loads of clothes using multiple cyles for them to dry. My husband pulled out the vent and removed any debris. The dryer worked for one evening. Now (a week later) the clothes still take forever to dry.
Anything else we can try?
To make sure it is a vent problem ,Do one load without the vent hose attaching to the wall ,keep in mind that it may blow out some dust, you may want to cover the end of vent hose with a nylon stocking for just this ONE time.Now run this 1 cycle on a timed dry cycle at the highest mark...60, 70,etc.If the clothes are dry at the final stopping point than you know your vent is blocked.Or you pinched the vent hose closed.It only takes a small blockage to create alot of waiting time for dryer to end its cycle.The faster the air can get out of the dryer the faster it dries.
Posted on May 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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