This dryer stops before cycle completes leaving a dryer full of wet clothes. Sometimes it seems to run hot. Sometimes it runs properly.
ANSWER Hello P.C.,
This sounds like an exhaust duct issue. Check the duct for crimps and/or clogs. I have found many vent hoods outside of the home with a screen. This screen catches lint and stops up. If no problems are found, flip the breaker off and on to see if it feels normal. Unplug the unit and check the prongs on the plug for burned spots. If there are burned spots, the cord and the wall receptacle will need to be replaced. The only other thing that can cause this is overloading the machine.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Saturday, March 16, 2013