GE - drying not effective


GE - drying not effective

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GE profile pdwt480v00ss- I inspected the heater core, active fan vent and fan, and all seems to be functioning. After a complete cycle with heated dry, there is an insane amount of condensation in the unit. The vent fan seemed weak, but I have no basis on how much it should be pulling out. Thoughts?
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And the element is coming on in the dry cycle?
are the dishes dry, just with a lot of condensation on the inside of the tub?



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Also make sure the final cycle before it heats is using hot water.. if it isnt using hot water this may be the issue





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