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Dryer shuts off before clothes dry


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Lyricalsalvation444

Dryer shuts off before clothes are dry all the way..theres no lint obstructions so I have good air flow and the moisture sensor is working as it should..anything else that would cause this? It's a kenmore 417.61722510 stackable.

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Did you actually disconnect vent at back of dryer and run a load? 
 

on electric dryers your symptoms are highly likely caused by air restriction. 

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Try timed dry for 60 minutes,  is it drying?  Is there heat?  Is there heat 30 minutes into the cycle? 

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20 hours ago, Lyricalsalvation444 said:

Yes theres no air restrictions 

Lol, why doesn’t anyone actually answer my question when I ask this?

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The question is did you run a load with vent disconnected? 
 

im not asking if you think there are restrictions 

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Lyricalsalvation444

Im sorry yes i did..i checked all areas inside the machine where there would be an air restriction and it does not have the vent connected either

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