My laundry isn't getting dry-why?

Start by checking your load size. Don't put more than a washer load into your dryer at one time, and dry heavy items (such as jeans and towels) separately from lighter items for faster drying. Take a look at your exhaust duct. It should be 4 inches of rigid metal, not only because it helps your clothes get dry, but for safety reasons. If your duct is made of flexible foil or plastic, it's very important that you replace it with rigid metal. Check your user's guide for more information. Check your washer drain to make sure it's draining properly and getting enough water out of your laundry. If your clothes still aren't getting dry, please contact your authorized Maytag Commercial Distributor for more assistance.

Important note:

Be sure to follow specific, published user-repair instructions, such as these, when you are attempting to service or repair any part of your washer. If the instructions don't make sense to you or you aren't sure how to perform them, please contact your authorized Maytag Commercial Distributor.

Warning

Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance or attempt any service unless specifically recommended in published user - repair instructions that you understand and have the skills to carry out.