Question about Whirlpool LEB6200 Electric Dryer
While installing power cord when new,I had a electric arch(lose wire) and the drier never seemed to dry right.The air flow is fine and the drier seems to heat up just fine.But it takes 2 or 3 times to get clothes completely dry.Could this have done something to the heating element.
The problem is most likely an airflow problem. if you have a flexible duct connected to the back of the machine then replace it with a smooth rigid (not pvc) metal duct. clean inside the wall or wherever the air goes to get outside (must be smooth metal at least 4" in diameter) in the wall, without too many bends. the electrical arc you spoke of would not have an effect on the heating element unless the machine is not heating at all.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
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