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Hi there, if your dryer is a condensing dryer then perhaps you need to empty the collector bottle , its is a compartment on the side of machine , open this and remove the bottle , this must be done after at least two sessions of drying. On the other hand if your dryer is of the vented type with a 4 inch flex vent it must be vented through the wall to the outside with no kinks in it , the reason for this is the water turns to vapour , and must exit the machine or you will have clothes that are still wet and water will collect at the bottom, its the same principal for the condenser machine only you have to empty the bottle of condensed water or the same result will occur.
Hope this is of some help to , Cassyjoe.

Posted on Nov 07, 2012

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