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Re: How to use the dryer?
Even the manuel cannot answer this question, it is dependant on what fabrics you have in the dryer, how large aload you put in, the spin speed of your washing machine or how much water is extracted by the spin,suggest that you experiment with a small load and intermittantly check as the dryer progresses, there is no definitive answer, sorry.
This should be simple and will not need a user manual. For silk, polyester, nylon, wool and delicate fabrics that dryer setting knob should be set to "Less Dry" or similar settings and then press on the start knob. For cotton, use the "More Dry" Setting.
Now, these settings may vary between models. I am more familiar with the Whirlpool ones.
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You can go to the following website and enter the info requested at the bottom of the page and it will give you the date of the dryer. You will need both your model & serial numbers. The manufacturers do recycle their model numbers about every 11 or 12 years, so you may get a range of dates.
One thing that you can check, look at the exhaust hose coming out of the back and make sure that it is not kinked in any way and if you can, pull the dryer out and make sure that the hose is clear of any blockage. Usually when you have longer drying times it caused by poor air flow.
I still say ur safety gas valve and coils are bad SORRY NOT ABLE TO HELP MORE WHEN U CHECK the ceramic igniter it could test good meter wise but yet be bad mechanically which would also do what ur experiencing if it was going bad
Standard oven thermometers use a bi-metal coil, which is slow to react. When we test oven calibration, we use digital thermometers with a remote temp probe which are MUCH more accurate and MUCH quicker to respond to temperture changes. If your bake times are significantly longer or shorter than the recipes state, have a service technician test it.
If you are having problems with your gas dryer not heatingthe most common problem is that the ignitor goes bad. Even though it glowssometimes it is still not working properly.
if you dryer is gas check out this gas no heat tip....
If you have an electric dryer, you can have many differentthings that can go wrong causing the dryer not to heat.
check out this electric no heat tip...
very simple, do this test, take your vent hose off the back of your dryer, now dry a load of clothes, if it still takes a long time to dry, then you may need to replace your thermastats, if it works better, your vent hose was pushed in, or smashed or the vent from the wall to the outside is clogged.
Dust has gathered around the thermostar wtich tells the machine when the cloathes are dry Remove the dust The thermostst is located inside the door on the right hand side it looks like a small nail sticking out