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Zanussi TCE7127W - Exhaust air is damp?

Exhaust air is damp, producing condensation in the room- it is 2 years old and never had this problem before?

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  • gboulton Nov 13, 2008

    Sorry, but should of added that its a condensing tumble dryer, the condensing unit has been cleaned and the door seals.- but still produces damp air?

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Check the exhaust hose for blockage. They normaly need to be cleaned out periodicly
.The exhaust hose is how it gets rid of moisture.

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