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Excess fluff on clothes

I have noticed that once a wash is completed and the clothes dry that there seem to be excess fluff/fibres left on them(especially noticeable on dark garments.)
Reading through the manuel i found that you have to clean the filter at least once a month and thought that this may have been the problem,however i now check this on a weekly basis and clean it if it looks clogged up but i still finding that the clothes have fluff remaining on them.
Any help would be appreciated.
Mary.

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You should clean filter after every load. If dryer is getting unusually hot (cabinet), then you may have a plugged vent line. Check where vent is on the outside and see if plenty of air is coming out of it. If not it is plugged up

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