After we moved to another house, we dried two small loads and I noticed the clothes were very hot to touch. Then on the third load it blew the fuse inside, but I thought it was because we had a very large load in the drum. So I replaced the fuse and dried two small loads and experianced very very hot clothes and I noticed the belt did sqeal a moment upon start up. Later we attempted to dry a small load and the dryer was dead again. The vent is new, not collapsed, only one bend, and less than 3 feet and ABSOLUTELY clear. Please help.
ANSWER Hello Warren. There is a venting issue. Remove the hose from the unit and run it and then see if it works ok. This will show you the issue with the unit.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, December 04, 2012