I have a customer that I'm going to do a washer repair for on monday (replace the seal on a GE profile) but they also complained that their dryer, the common Whirlpool gas sort (with the blower in the back) is taking a long time to dry.
I replaced the coils on the dryer and noticed that the vent was totally unblocked and had good air flow, but when I look at the flame it seems awfully small and the amount of heat seemed less than normal.
Now I don't know of any adjustment for the flame nor any part to replace to make it bigger. The gas valve seems totally open, so I'm at a loss for what to do.
When I go back tomorrow I'm going to see if there's anything blocking the nozzle, maybe a dead bug or something.
Can anyone think of anything?