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Roper dryer dryer seems to be hot i see's red on the back and i feels air but not that warm

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YOU HAVE A VENTING ISSUE WHICH CAUSE SLOW DRY STEP1 REMOVE LINT FILTER AND CLEAN WITH HOT WATER AND SOAP STEP2 MAKE SURE YUO'RE NOT CRUSHING YOUR VENT HOSE BY HAVING DRYER PUSHED TOO FAR UP AGAINST WALL STEP 3 CHECK OUTSIDE VENT TRAP IS NOT OBSTUCTED BY LINT IF THESES STEP DOESN'T WORK HAVE PROFESSIONAL CHIMNEY SWEEP INSPECT AND CLEAN VENTS

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