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Old 08-12-2008, 01:11 AM
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My dryer takes a long time to dry my clothes, I hear something click on
and off as it is running and it doesn't get very hot, is it possible it is a thermostat or could it be that one of the high or low regulators is bad

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I would run it without the attached ducting and see if it now works ok. If so, you need to clean your ducting. If a long run, you will need a "Lint Eater brush".
They probably have it at this parts site, just call.
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Thanks, I've looked at the vent and it is all clear, is there any ideas
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With the dryer running go outside and make sure you have good airflow out the vent. Also take the vent off from the wall, and take a temp reading of the exhaust air with the dryer running. Should be around 180 degrees and when the heat stops, you should lose about 1 degree per second.
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