Question about Dryers
Even though the hose is attached and vented outside, the laundry room is still full of fluff! I have attached the hose to the front of the machine. Please can you tell me why fluff is still escaping. Thanks.
You don't say how much fluff is escaping, but some things to check are -
1) That the lint screen is fully seated into the top of the dryer vent
2) All the way to where it discharges the house, is clean and free of restriction
3) Check that the dryer door gasket and lint screen cover gasket's are in good condition and do not allow air leakage.
Make certain the flex duct leading from the back of the dryer is connected tightly to the dryer and the vent duct, and make sure the flex duct is not split or broken.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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