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Small puddle of water from dryer?

I just got a new GE Profile DPSE810 Dryer. After a couple of days I noticed a small puddle of water by the left front leveling leg. Thinking I might have spilled something, I just wiped it up but kept a lookout for any more water. After the next load (towels) there was a smaller puddle. Could this be caused by condensation?

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You should check the back vent on your wall have you had any rain lately some times the strong rain will go down the back wall in the vent if broken

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