Question about Bosch Axxis WTA4400 Dryers
I have a WTA4400US Bosch dryer. My husband just replaced the heating element because it wasn't drying the clothes. It seemed like it was getting hot (before and after the replacement) but the clothes still don't dry after an hour on the highest setting. I've cleaned the filter and vacuumed out the duct that leads to the outside vent. The outside vent does not seem to be blocked. Is there another place that could be filled with lint that I'm supposed to clean out?
With the dryer not connect to the external venting turn the dryer on and see if there is air coming out ot the vent from the dryer. Is this flow of air strong or weak?
If weak then there could be a problem inside the dryer some where. Perhaps the fan is not operating properly. Just my thoughts.
You say you have check the beginning and end of the duck vent pipe. How about seeing if it venting duct is clear from one end to the other.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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