Question about Whirlpool LEB6200 Electric Dryer
Our dryer doesn't heat enough to dry a normal load. It usually takes two to three times to dry.
So far we have replaced the heater coil. We have checked the outlet and put on a new vent. Today we checked the thermal fuse and it is closed.
Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
LONG dry time is an indication of a clogged or restricted exhaust. Check the exhaust hose in the rear of the machine and make sure it is not crushed or kinked. The vent pipe should be rigid metal not flexible foil or flexible plastic. If everything in rear looks OK, check the outside vent hood for any blockages. If everything checks out, the exhaust system may need cleaning. Cleaning kits are available at most home improvement centers and at this website:http://www.linteater.com.
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