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I ran the dryer last week. Today, i find moisture

I ran the dryer last week. Today, i find moisture in the dryer. There is no lint in the dryer.

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If your dryer vent is bent or to long this will happen

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The following link explains some common causes and potential problems you may encounter:

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I ran into this last week. Customer said that when on auto dry. Unit would run for a long time. When he checked the unit, the display showed 1:40 left but he opened and checked. Clothes were bone dry. His last power bill was $400.00 when normal was $210.00. I called factory and ran the internal codes. The first thing that came up was F1. Meaning bad main board. I'm waiting on part so I can install on customers unit.
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I had the same thing happen, I replaced the thermal cutoff and made sure no lint build up. It lasted a week then blew again. I then replaced it again and got to thinking why it would blow. I then took apart the exaust inside the dryer running fron the drum to the motor and right before the motor was a build up of lint ane particals that was almost like compressed sawdust which was blocking half of the line. I cleaned this out and it seemed to work much better.

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