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Its not drying the clothes and is taking longer to dry. is there a way to reset?

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No reset check the vent maybe stop up with lint

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Dryer Repair. In most cases the problem lies in the vent. Your vent may have partially blocked with lint. The first step is to have vent cleaned out by a vent cleaning company or else buy the "whirlybird" drill attachment and do it yourself. Of course, this is assuming you are getting heat inside the drum. Hope this helps,

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