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It is taking far too long to dry, this has only recently started? what could be the problem?


Does it get hot? If it does, then the problem is reduced air flow, caused by a lint filter that hasn't been cleaned, masses of fluff in the exhaust pipe (usually on bends), or the external vent not opening properly. Birds can also nest in the vent pipe if the vent isn't protected or is broken.

If it doesn't get hot, you need a new element. Some dryers have two elements if the dryer has a high and low setting. just one element can fail.

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Why do clothes take a long time to dry even if dryer is heating?


One basic reason is your washer could NOT be spinning most of the water out, therefore your clothes are wetter than they should be, thus taking longer to dry:-)

Jan 22, 2015 | Whirlpool Dryers

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Taking to long to dry clothes


How long does it take you to dry your clothes? Normally, it takes 50 minutes (1 cycle) to 1.5 hours to completely dry clothes. However, if it's taking you at least 3 cycles (probably 2.5 to 3 hours) to dry a single batch of clothes, then, there might be a problem with your dryer's igniter.

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Takes longer to dry clothes


Most of the time when your dryer is taking longer and longer to dry the clothes it is due to a clogged dryer vent. Just take the vent off and clean it. If the dryer cannot vent it cannot circulate the air inside the dryer

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Taking long time to dry the clothes


Due to a dryer either heats or no heat , I would suggest pulling the dryer out and removing the vent hose . Dry a load of clothes to see if they dry normally . If they do , this verifys that the vent hose is either kinked ( restricting air flow ) , or , if the vent runs UP inside the wall , there is a restriction between the inside vent hose to the outside vent . May have to go into the attic to clean .

Jan 28, 2010 | Maytag Neptune MDG5500AW Gas Dryer

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AUTO CYCLE TAKES A VERY LONG TIME, HEAT IS OK, GAS DRYER


First thing I would check is the vent. If you have good heat but it is still taking too long, usually it is caused by a vent that is either too long , kinked or clogged. if the dryer is auto dry and not electronic dry then you will need to gauge weather the load needs more or less dry. If it is just taking a long time for the clothes to dry, more than likely the vent. If the clothes are dry before it is done running then it is more than likely a setting issue. Way out of the box .... are your clothes spinning out dry enough in your washer? do they dry in the normal time on timed dry?

Dec 18, 2009 | Dryers

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Dryer is hot, but not drying clothes. taking a


You have a plugged or resrticted exhaust flow. Remove the dryer and clean out the vent hose from the dryer all the way out of the house.

Jun 30, 2009 | Whirlpool Dryers

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Dryer taking longer to dry clothes


For a gas dryer:
Assuming the dryer is working properly and the control cycles are ok, look for things like a restricted venting system which inclides the exhaust, lint screen, etc. This would be the large pipe connected to the dryer exhaust that vents outside.

If it's an electric dryer, there could be issues with heating elements, thermostats, a control board, the timer, etc. Also check for any excessive lint build-up.

Apr 12, 2009 | Dryers

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Heating but taking a long time for clothes to dry


most of the time if it takes to long to dry it is your wall vent hole or dryer vent hole that has gotten clogged,clean both and you should be ok,let me know how you do.-mike

Mar 18, 2009 | Kenmore Dryers

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Dryer takes too long to dry my clothes


My dryer has been taking longer and longer to dry my clothes. Sometimes it takes multiple cycles before the clothes become dry. They seem to be getting warm, but are not drying as quickly as they use to.

Jul 08, 2008 | Whirlpool ET8CHEXSQ Dryer

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