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My dryer constantly has a smell like wet clothes have been in there for too long. I clean out the lint every day - and i unconnected the vent hose in the back - but the msuty smell is still there. It does not make the clothes smell, but my whole laundry room (which is my kitchen) smells and it's driving me crazy! Please help.

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Hi. the vent inside the dryer needs to be cleaned.you must live in a warm climate. clean all air vents inside the dryer, and out. thanks the appliance doc

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