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Q:

Dryer taking to long to dry

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I am sorry that you are having some difficulties with your dryer not heating properly and I will be happy to help. I did some research and I was able to find a link with a similar question. Click here for the link. I hope this helps with your research while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph P. -
August 01, 2013
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Thank you for choosing ManageMyLife.com and allowing us to help you. I know that this situation is frustrating and  is a waste in energy. The most common cause of a long dry time for a dryer, is a restrictive dryer vent. It is also an easy problem to check. First I recommend you remove the vent hose from the back of the dryer and run a cycle with the vent off. If the flame stays on longer and the clothes dry faster then you have found the problem. If the vent is the issue, you may be able to remove most of the debris by removing the flexible dryer vent behind your dryer. Unplug the dryer and move it forward enough so that you can get to the flexible vent. Carefully remove the flexible vent from the back of the dryer and the wall. Shake out any debris that is inside the flexible vent hose. Brush out any debris that is just inside the blower housing where the flexible vent hose attaches to the dryer. You may need to vacuum this area out if there is a large amount of small debris here. Reassemble the flexible vent hose and plug the dryer back in. Clean the lint screen and start a cycle to test the dryer. Next you can remove the lower access panel and check the flame. If the flame is cycling on and off quickly and the vent is not the problem, then the hi limit thermostat could be defective. The hi limit thermostat is located on top of the burner tube. A poor vent can cause the flame to spread out and hit the hi limit thermostat causing the flame to short cycle. If the flame is good then the hi limit thermostat may be the problem. It is part number 6931EL3003D That part is available at SearsPartsDirect.com. You can click here to view the part there.

SAFETY NOTICE: Be sure to disconnect power to the appliance before performing any repairs. If you are not comfortable with doing any voltage checks that might be recommended, please contact your local service provider for repairs. Be aware that there could be sharp edges inside the appliance that could cause cuts or other injuries to yourself or others. Wear appropriate hand protection when working around sharp metal parts.

If you decide you do not feel comfortable repairing this problem yourself, you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Click here to schedule service at the Sears Home Services website. A 10% discount coupon is available when service is set online.

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James -
Sears Technician
August 02, 2013
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I had the same prob years ago 1st time found a birds nest deep in the exhaust tube that runs to the outside of house(put a screen on the outside flapper door)-2nd time,lint build up in the exhaust tube(took a expandable paint pole-taped a round sponge to the end and just cleaned it) 3rd time took off the front of the dryer and vacuumed the be Jesus out of it-all 3 times it worked-my wife gave me an extra serving of mashed potatoes thank you!

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Mark -
August 02, 2013
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LG Electric Dryer #DLE3733W is tumbling with no heat, plus it's making more noise than usual. It sounds like there is a felt seal rubbing.

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I know this type of information can be very helpful for you to have. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did some research on the unit. I was unable to locate information that would be helpful with regards to your question at this time. Your expert will answer within 24-48 hours with detailed information. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Barbara H. -
October 15, 2011
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If an electric dryer is running but not heating the first thing to check is the circuit breakers. One breaker can trip leaving the dryer voltage to run on but not have enough voltage to heat.

The 1st image is the wiring diagram and this may be helpful to you to see the possible causes of no heat.

The 2nd image contains the instructions to enter a diagnostic test cycle.

The 3rd image contains the instructions to get into the dryer to check seals and the element if needed. Remember to unplug the dryer first.

Try the diagnostic test first and let me know how it goes. You can reply with any additional details or questions for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
October 17, 2011
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dryer humming

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Dryer problems for the New Year is not something you were looking for. I located a similar question from a previous expert post that has some possible causes, but the model number is different. It may help while you wait for the expert. If you decide you prefer to have an expert diagnose and make repairs, an option is to visit Sears Home Services and use the handy scheduler. I attached the links below. Hope this helps!

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Barbara H. -
December 31, 2010
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One thing to check if you have a meter and are comfortable using it is the voltage under a load while the dryer tries to start. Use caution doing this.

Check the voltage where the dryer is plugged on while someone pushes the start button. If the voltage drops then that might be the problem and not the motor.

If the voltage is okay then the motor is most likely at fault.

Give me a reply with what you find and we'll try to assist you further. If you have no meter then we´┐Żll try and find another way to check this problem.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
January 03, 2011
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I tore into this monster and the it has some type of linkage that actually slides on the motor that slides up and down the shaft that controls the start/run of the motor. It seems to be hanging up in the run at times and then will not start again when the dryer turns off and you go to use it again. This linkage also has to travel off a switch to the side of it with an arm that comes off the switch. I was able to put some dielectric grease on the shaft an get the linkage to stop hanging up for several weeks but has stopped working again. Any remedies for this (other than taking it to the landfill) would be greatly

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godis3in1 -
February 05, 2011
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The grease was a good try but you will need to replace the 4681EL1008A motor will have to be replaced to correct this problem.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
February 07, 2011
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I replaced my motor on the dryer and it has been working fine for months now - knock on wood. Thanks Fred & Barbara for your help and input.

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godis3in1 -
May 05, 2011
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