Question about Maytag Atlantis MDE7400AY Electric Dryer
My Maytag LDG8624 gas dryer works fine; dries clothes great. I just puts a strong smell of natural gas outside where it vents and when you open the dryer while running. If you open the dryer after it has sat for a while, there is no gas smell inside. The gas company tested and confirmed there was gas in the dryer but nothing on the exterior and connections. Is this dangerous? How can it be a gas leak inside the dryer if it is still drying? HELP. They only have electric dryers in stock in my area and my wife can't wait the 3 days for them to get a new one in stock.
Hi thanks for the question you don't have a problem if you smell the air going out of the house it will have that smell thanks the appliance doc
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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