Quick Answer: Why Does My Washer Dryer Not Dry Clothes?

Why are my clothes still wet after drying?

A clogged dryer vent often is the reason for damp clothes at the end of a drying cycle.

It’s frustrating to toss a load of damp clothing into the dryer only to return to find them as wet as when you put them in.

The reason clothes are still wet at the end of a drying cycle might be as simple as a clogged vent..

Why is my dryer taking forever to dry my clothes?

A dryer’s drying time is largely related to the flow of air through the machine and the condition of the venting hose. If air is impeded in its pathway out of the dryer, or if there is a blockage in the venting hose, it could reduce the rate at which clothes are drying in your dryer.

Why is my Hotpoint washer dryer not drying?

Double check the heat switch on your dryer is set to the appropriate position. If your Hotpoint washer dryer has a “set and forget” auto drying feature and you are having problems getting the drying process to operate, it could be attributed to a number of non mechanical faults.

How long should a washer dryer take to dry clothes?

Although they use about the same amount of energy as an equivalent condenser dryer to dry, they take about twice as long to do it – three and a half hours on average, but over six hours for one we tested (long enough to line dry your clothes instead).