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It is possible it is the dryers, but not likely. You have checked the socket for the source of the problem and it doesn't seem to be there. Next check the cord you are using and double check the wiring of the cord to the dryer.


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A few things to check: Check for any obstructions Is there lint stuck in the vent? -Turn the dryer on and go outside, do you feel the air coming out? Does the flap open? If not, try and open the flap manually and visually inspect. The flap should open freely, if there is any resistance this could be part of the problem. -Disconnect the hose attached to ...


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Your dryer manufacturer will have specifications for maximum vent line length, including max distances depending on type and size of vent and how many turns. It is very important that you: - use rigid rather than flexible line whenever possible - minimize elbows and turns - make it as short of a run as you can (never exceed manufacturer's max) It is not ...


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Since the obvious has been addressed, there are a few other possibilities: verify that you have the correct voltage going to the dryer. Troubleshooting: Verify the requirements of your dryer (sounds like a 220v dryer, but because this site covers the globe, you need to confirm this if you are not in North America) Go to the breaker panel and look for the ...


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Around here (Pacific Northwest), electricity is inexpensive and gas is reasonable too. However, over the last five years, gas prices have declined and will continue to do so and electric has crept up slowly and probably will forever. Almost all houses here have electric dryers and every single rental (house, apartment, condo) is only electric, even those ...


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If you are remodelling anyway, it probably costs very little more to move the electric-dryer circuit along with putting in the gas tap. You might at least want to consider roughing in in that circuit with tape to allow wire to be pulled through later, so that installing it when desired wouldn't require opening the wall and drilling holes. If you're ...


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The value from what I've learned is the available option to yourself, but more specifically when you resell the home it's a bonus to the potential buyers and seen as positive. Beyond that, until the day comes to sell, and already knowing you wouldn't be using the electrical hookup. There's no value I can think of.



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