Interior of dryer cabinet. The lint produced by clothes tumbling in a dryer is normally trapped by the lint filter. However, some lint invariably escapes and accumulates on the inside of the dryer cabinet. At least once a year, check the inside of the cabinet, and clean it if necessary. Do this more frequently if the dryer is used heavily. Lint
2009713&ensp·&enspThe dryer was not drying initially and was not getting any heat so I replaced the heating element. The is now fantastic however the dryer still takes 35 cycles to dry a load of clothes. I check the lint catcher every cycle and I can tell that it is not working properly.
Seems my dryer is taking a long time to dry clothes. I had appliance guys out and they cleaned out the vent hose/line which was plugged up. But still having the problem. Also, when I dry the dryer's vent screen/trap only has lint on one corner rather than the whole thing. Makes me think there could be a blockage inside the dryer itself.
20091221&ensp·&enspEverytime I pull the lint screen out after a cyle it only has lint in one corner of the screen. I have had a tech out who said there was nothing wrong with my dryer. All he did was disconect it from the wall and said that becuase it was not showing any airflow problem disconected form
Little or no lint collecting on the lint screen or lint trap is a warning sign of a bigger issue.If there is no lint on the lint screen after a drying cycle, or if lint is on the wrong side of the screen, it could be a sign that the lint is backing up in your dryer. Further, a lack of lint on the lint trap or
Get shopping advice from experts, friends and the community! I have a Kenmore dryer model number 110.67622600. Since we have had this dryer a little amount of lint gets trapped on the filter screen. Recently we have noticed that the cycle time has increased dramatically. I disconnected the exhaust vent and it is filled with lint.