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Anyone have any clothes dryer knowledge?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by nivek5sfe, Jan 27, 2019.

  1. Jan 27, 2019 at 3:47 PM
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    Repost.
     
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    TW needs a feature that rewards members when they report back results of the advice given by other members and what solved the problem, especially when it has to do with Tacoma diagnosis/repair.
     
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    Whoa, bud.

    What’s a TW “help me” thread without a bunch of erroneous posts until legit help arrives, then once it does the OP checks the fuck out.
     
  7. Jan 30, 2019 at 11:41 AM
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    Worked on it again yesterday, we had a "Snow" day in Georgia.

    Took the only duct work off that I hadn't previously taken off and cleaned it out. when I looked at it before I could see through both ends of the section, albeit having buildup in it, so I figured it was no big deal. After cleaning it out it seems to be back to normal after running a load. You dudes were right, a clog.
     
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    Good to hear. Check that duct every 5 years! Dryers burn a lot of houses down.

     
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    Yep we just bought this house about 6 months ago. From looking inside the duct work it looks like the previous owner replaced most of the pipe except for this section thats about 6 feet long.
     
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    Did you change the thermistor too? I believe there's a thermostat and a thermistor. My Samsung dryer blew 2 thermistors, which were all a cheap 8-12 dollar part which I replaced myself.
     
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    I admit this is the one thing I suck at.

    Everytime the SO uses the dryer a couch cushion is found in the vent.
     
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    thanks for the update!
     
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