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First check that the exhaust duct is clean, has no kinks and that the air flow is unrestricted. Sometimes water will condense inside the exhaust hose and not allow the damp air to flow.
I assume that the dryer works quietly, if not, then probably the blower fan needs replacing.
between the two websites you should be able to repair the dryer, if I was guessing I would say thermal fuse, you can bypass the fuse and see if it heats, if it does then replace it as it is a safety feature and left bypassed will cause a fire. the common cause for thermal fuse failure is a restricted vent tube, clean the vent if it is/was the thermal fuse. Good Luck Tim
depending how old the dryer is and the usage three things to check 1st check the vent and exhaust hose for clogging of dust 2nd check your lint tray and the port for the exhaust 3rd a little more technical check the wires connected to the thermostat in case the dryer has shaken from and unbalanced load following that after unplugging it plug it in and try with a damp face cloth if it doesn't work after these quick fixes call a service rep and before any electrical checks be sure to check your waranty good luck !
If your dryer is not drying like it once did or if you just have not
taken the time to give yourself a clean dryer in a long time then you
need to do that. At least once a year the dryer cleaning should take
place. Lint build up in the dryer duct is one of the main causes
for your dryer to fail.
Hello, I would recheck the exhaust hose connections, as it sounds as if you've either got some holes in the vent hose/line or the connections are not fully around the dryer exhaust vent, etc.
You might also want to look at the dryer to see if the internal exhaust pipe came loose during transport and installation. It might be possible that the exhaust vent pipe inside the dryer is loose or off the fitting. An easy way to check this is to remove the exhaust pipe from the back of the dryer and (with the dryer unplugged from the electric outlet!) check by looking into the back vent on the dryer. You can also feel inside to see if it's loose, etc. Just be carefull as the metal pipe could have sharp edges, so wear some gloves to be safe.
As this is also a new dryer, you might also contact the place where you purchased it, as there might be an quality issue that they've received a service bulletin on and could provide you with further assistance.
I hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!
this is a drier ? and therefor no water is needed however you will need to ventilate to outside via the conveluted white hose that fits to the machine to prevent the damp exhaled heat fro machine condensing in the room dryer is positioned
It is very likely to be the condensur,or it is called a capacitor ,device for storing electric charge to boost the starting of the motor under load.in other words change it.UF will be wrote on it maybe 10 uf .I feel wasted on this site its so easy .
all dryers produce moisture. thats what hapens when you heat wet cloths up. the dryers job is to remove the moisture to dry. thats how the automai]tic cycles work by deteting the moisture in the exhaust. i will say there is nothing wrong with your dryer. only thing i dont understand is the containers of water?