Question about Dryers
I have a wall mounted Simpson Sirocco 350 clothes dryer and when I used this for the first time a large amount of condensation formed on the walls of my laundry room. (it was a cold day and the laundry room door was closed.
I have examined the back and don't believe that it is vented which I am assuming is the problem.
1) Are there other ways to get around the need to vent my clothes dryer? as fixing this seems like a complete pain (as it is wall mounted)
2) What is the easiest way to vent the dryer? What does it entail? Where do I get the parts? For reference it is mounted to an external wall and next to a second external wall.
Many thanks to whoever responds.
Simpson may have a kit available for accomplishing this. Also, your dryer may have several optional ways of venting.
Posted on Mar 27, 2017
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1)check for something stuck between drum and dryer housing 2)check for stuck vent flapper at exhaust opening outside 3) check dryer lint screen
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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