The Crosley brand has made a name for itself with top-quality dryers that boast innovative features and some of the longest warranties in the industry. As with many dryer models, inefficient drying is an occasional problem for Crosley dryers, leaving clothes damp even after a full drying cycle. A few quick fixes are often all you need to get your dryer working like new again.
The dryer's lint trap begins to restrict air flow in the chamber as it gathers lint, so clean it regularly to maximize drying performance. Although the accumulated lint normally peels right off, you may need to wash and scrub the lint trap if it becomes clogged with debris.
Lint that escapes the trap can accumulate in the vent tube that goes from the dryer to an area outside the house, creating a clog. Disconnect the tube, and clean it using a damp rag and a vacuum cleaner to eliminate a potential fire hazard and decrease drying time. If the vent tube has any tears or holes, search dryer repair parts to find a new tube.
Anything blocking the vent path can hinder the Crosley dryer's effectiveness, even if it lies outside the home. Follow the vent tube to the exhaust hood to complete the dryer troubleshooting process, and replace the hood if it is bent or broken in a way that restricts air flow.
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