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The cooling light is on. my clothes aren't dry. how do I get it out of cooling mode

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Whirlpool duet gas dryer


The question is are your clothes getting dry? The flame does not stay on constantly, but cycles on and off. Now if the clothes aren't drying properly, then the first thing to check is if you have good air flow coming out of the back of the machine and air flow completely outside where the vent exhaust to. If that is good then most likely your flame sensor has gone bad and needs to be replaced.

Aug 25, 2012 | Whirlpool GEW9250 Electric Dryer

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Clothes aren't drying...


First check and clean the lint trap. Next turn on the dryer and go outside to the dryer vent and make sure you have good airflow coming out. If you don't have good airflow then there is a blockage in the vent system somewhere.

Jul 26, 2012 | LG DLE7177 Dryer

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My dryer will run for a couple of minutes then shut off we already replaced the heating element


If your dryer has electronic sensors like this:
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They might have a coating builtup on them preventing them from feeling the wet clothes.As the wet clothes tumble in the dryer they rub up against these sensor strips. As long a wetness is there the capacitor is dicharged on the controls upstairs and it continues to dry them wet clothes. If junk gets on them sensors no wetness will e felt by them sensors. It is a simple as that. The dryer thinks the clothes is dry because no dampness is being detected so is shuts down thinking all is propah. Get some windex and scrub them sensors good so dampness can be sensed by the two sensors once more and party on!

Jul 23, 2011 | Dryers

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I just got this HE dryer and the cloths aren't dry when the buzzer goes off. And the permanent press clothes are wrinkled... HELP! Plus it took almost 3 hours to dry sheets


It could have a faulty thermostat which shuts down to fast in drying mode, be sure and check that the vent is clear and not obstructed at all, thats the only way moisture has to leave the machine and dry the clothes

Jun 17, 2011 | Maytag Bravos 7.0 Cu. Ft. Electric Dryer

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Cooling light stays on during dry cycle. no heat is to dry clothes. I've switched the circut breaker numerous times and unplugged the unit many times also to "reset" . What's next..


Try a timed dry cycle instead of an automatic cycle. If that works, then you will need to clean off the moisture detection bars inside the dryer to get the auto cycle to work again. Look for two curved metal bars, about 3/16 inch wide and 4 inches long, about an inch apart, located just inside the front of the dryer, near the right side of the lint filter. (you'll have to stick your head in the dryer drum to see them) Often times, use of dryer sheets will result in a waxy coating forming on these bars, preventing the dryer from detecting the moisture in the clothes. The dryer sees no moisture, it goes into the cool down mode and then stops. Clean the bars off, and you should be back in the laundry business.

Feb 05, 2011 | LG DLE7177 Dryer

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It seems like the burners are not all lighting. Maytag Epic Z gas


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"cooling" display won't turn off causing heating problems.


Try cleaning off the two curved metal bars (about 4 inches long) on the inside near the lint filter. They are what senses the moisture on automatic dry. When you use fabric softener sheets, the stuff from the fabric softener sheets can coat the bars, which makes the dryer think the clothes are already dry, and puts the dryer into cool down. (using time dry will also take the moisture sensor out of the cycle, if you'd like) This should be a Fix-Ya for your problem.

Dec 15, 2008 | Dryers

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Cooling light on?


The cooling light is always on, it flashes when it is in that part of the cycle, sounds like he put it in to a test mode. Was it a thermistor that he changed?
No heat, sounds to me like a thermostat might be blown. Call the guy back, if you haven't already.

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Apr 05, 2008 | LG DLE5977 Electric Dryer

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LG DLG 5988 Gas Dryer Does not heat and does not dry


Same problem after 1 year of use. In the past couple of months, the Sensor and Cooling mode light stay on and unit does not dry.

Oct 08, 2007 | LG DLG5988 Gas Dryer

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