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My dryer is not blowing air out of the vent

There is water in the back inside the vent and when i go outside to the outside vent the air is not coming out

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The hose is clogged. This is a fire hazzard not to mention it takes forever to dry the clothes right?

Try cleaning out the hose ends first. If the entire pipe is clogged its usually easier to replace the hose than clean it.
Also, if the hose is not aluminized or metal of some kind it is a fire hazzerd and needs replacement anyway.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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No heat or air blowing inside unit


Are you sure you dont have a clogged Dryer Vnet?
If you are in the market for an Dryer Vent cleaning check out Dryer Vent Cleaning Dallas Tx.

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Clean your dryer at least once a year


doesn't matter what kind of dryer you have,you should clean it out or have someone clean it out at least once a year more so if it's gas so you don't have a fire on your hands,unplug dryer, go outside and make sure nothing is blocking the air flow and outside flapper is blowing fully open and clean out the vent line, disconnect vent line from the back of dryer and blow it out with a leaf blower if it's a long run just stick the leaf blower right in the vent line that you disconnected from the back of dryer and blow out to the outside vent hood,vac out the inside of dryer and clean out the duct where the lint filter slides into,a shop vac works great because the other end of it has a blower on it,blow the lint off the motor and blow the lint that's in the back of dryer so the lint comes to the front so you don't have to remove the drum and don't run the dryer or any other appliance if you are leaving the house

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My dryer's vent is clear but blows no air out the back of the dryer and we just replaced the dryer belt and help with this


check the blower fan on inside of dryer. it sounds like something is wrong with it. this fan is where the dryer gets the air to blow it out threw vent pipe to outside. good-day !

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That's typically an indication that air is not moving through the dryer. Check the dryer screen, make certain that it's clean. You may need to remove the back and clean out any dryer lint. If the dryer vent is long, it may have filled up with lint, restricting air flow. You may need someone to clean that for you.

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Outdoor dryer vent causing the air condidtioner problem


did he clean out the dryer and clean out the vent line?dryers need to be cleaned out,gas dryer should be done once a year and electric dryers every two years.we come in,take the dryer apart,clean out the duct that the lint filter slides into,blow out and vac out the inside of dryer where the motor is and if the vent line is a long run from the back of dryer to the outside vent i use a leaf blower and blow out the line,if it's clean you won't notice any lint blowing out,alot of the time when the dryer is on and heating up the vent line lint that's built up inside the vent line will blow out if the line hasn't been cleaned out,your dryer will dry the clothes better and you won't burn out any parts if the dryer is clean and not running hotter than normal from a blockage somewhere,and you don't have to worry about a dryer fire,good luck

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that's normal,obviously you haven't cleaned out your dryer and vent line,nobody ever tells the customer when you buy your dryer that it should be cleaned out at least once a year so you don't have a fire more so if it's a gas dryer with an open flame inside the dryer,you gotta vac out the inside where the motor is,clean out the duct that the lint filter slides into and blow out the vent line,i use a leaf blower to clean out the vent line,take it off the back of the dryer,stick the leaf blower in the line if it's a long run if it runs through the wall and to the outside flapper and blow all the **** out of it,also if you have a shop vac put it on blow and blow off the motor,you won't believe how much lint comes off the motor even though it looks clean,so vac out the inside of dryer,clean out the lint filter duct and blow out the vent line

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lint is blocking the air from blowing outside and the steam has nowhere to go,you need to clean out your dryer and vent line,go outside and see if the flapper is blowing fully open,if there is a cage on outside vent remove it,if you have a long vent line from the wall to the outside blow it out with a leaf blower,if your lint filter is on top take the back panel off and remove the duct that the filter slides into,if the filter is inside the dryer,remove front panel and remove the duct and clean it out,also vac out the inside of dryer,if your vac has a blower on it blow the lint off the motor,you'll be surprised how much lint will come off the motor,you should do this once a year so you don't have a fire,usually the thermal fuse willpop when dryer gets that backed up

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thats easy the moisture from your clothes ,,and the outside air,,where ever you live its a lot of moisture in the air,,now the cold air from outside is coming back in dryer and the hot moist air is trying to get out,,bingo condensation,,in your dryer exhaust vent tube ,,hince all the water,,,,now to fix that ,,we need to dump all the water from vent exhaust tube ,,you may need a new one because it will mostly rot...and check the flap or put a window exhaust kit on the house or window,,to stop air flow from coming back in the dryer ,,and where done..onthejob

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this sounds like a clogged vent more than a thermostat. go outside with the dryer running and see if hot air is blowing out the vent. if not check outside vent for birds nest etc, inside make sure the vent is straight any dips in vent could cause water to build up clogging the vent. try this first if it doesn't work write back

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