I have a Samsung WD6000 that washes and dry clothes.
The problem is drying is taking too long, where 4 hours is not enough to dry clothes below the limit of drying (it's 11kg of clothes for washing and 7kg for drying).
I have replaced a few parts:
- The drying turbine motor
- The resistor (the part that produces heat)
- The thermostats
- The thermistor
- Downloaded the app and did the machine check, nothing wrong
- Activated the process of drum weightening
- Opened and cleaned the turbine and the duct.
Sometimes (not frequently) the thermistors disarms and I have to press that button on the middle to make drying work again.
At the end of the washing and drying cycle, even selecting 4:30 hours of drying, clothes are hot, but still humid like the vapor did not leave the machine and got back on the clothes.
Only using the washing cycle, clothes end humid, but not wet. So it seems the problem is on the drying cycle.