Model #LER4634PT0 Whirlpool residential dryer

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Question and Answers


Why won't my Whirlpool dryer properly dry my clothes?


I recommend conducting this test to check the cycling temperature and air flow through the dryer:

  • Remove the flexible vent hose from the back of the dryer so that it vents directly into the laundry room.
  • Start a medium load of wet laundry on a high heat setting.
  • Check the exhaust air temperature coming out of the middle of the back vent in the dryer with an accurate thermometer.
The temperature should increase to about 150 degrees and then the heater element should cycle off. The heater should cycle back on at about 135 to 140 degrees to heat the dryer back up to 150 degrees.

If the dryer temperature is cycling properly, allow the load to continue to dry while exhausting directly into the laundry room.

If the dryer cycles the temperature properly and dries the clothes properly while venting directly into your laundry room, then your problem is caused by a restricted exhaust vent duct.

If the dryer is not cycling at the proper temperature, then you could have a problem with the operating thermostat or the heating element.

If you need more help with this problem, resubmit your question with additional details.

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