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Where to order flexible ducts for MIELE EL.Dryer T1520

Purchased dryer2002. fabulous dryer. the flexible duct venting has to be replaced

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Please follow the link and goto page 30 for the electrical requirements. The manual is for the T8012 but all the dryers are the same for electrical. Goto page 30. There is usually a seperate fuse box for these (Depending on how old the dryer is) in which you may want to contact Miele to see if you have

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Don't mess with it. Call Miele. The front seal is probably worn and caused the belt to break.

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Most likely fault is filters have been clogged and tripped the safety stat on rear of appliance. Wash filters and replace stat Part No. 5432530

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SOURCE: I want to put a vented dryer in my garage. Can I

It is never recomended to vent more than one appliance together. Each should be vented by itself.Dryer vents get a lot of lint so please vent it out separately.Hope this helped.

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The easiest way to free up the dryer ducting is to purchase a brush made for just such a thing. It is a long, thin nylon bristle brush and can be bent to clean the ductwork. If you get one, be sure to clean around where the ductwork leaves the house as well. Look up inside the flapper and clean that are as well, but not too far as the flexible duct attaches to the duct inside, and you don't want to damage it. If this doesn't improve your dryer's functionality, disconnect the power, and remove the vent flexible duct that goes between your dryer and the wall. Take it outside and shake it out after dumping it first. With the power still off, use your new brush to clean the duct in the dryer that the flexible ducting hooks to.
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The heat goes on temporarily and then shuts off

The most common problem is a clogged vent.

To do this, unplug your dryer and move the dryer out enough so you can get to the dryer duct easily. Most dryer ducting is flexible like a big slinky with a vinyl(older style no longer used) or metal type covering. There are some that are rigid as well.

Remove the duct from the dryer and where it attaches to the wall. Use a shop vac or house vac with attachments and insert through the wall and vacuum as much as you can. I use a shop vac since it has the blowing capability and I can check if air is coming out of the dryer vent located outside after I vacuumed it out. It is good to get confirmation that air is coming out of the vent. Check the dryer where the duct was attached and vacuum anything that is in there. Put everything back in reverse order and give it a whirl.

There are some homes,condos,and apts the have the hidden ducting go up the wall and through the roof. If this is the case, you will need to go on top of the roof and find the vent pipe. This pipe will have some sort of cap on it to let the hot air out but keep other elements out. Since you mentioned the heat goes on for a bit, have someone go on the roof (use caution) and have someone else turn on the dryer. The person on the roof can check the vent pipes with his hand for heat.

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I have a GE model # DCVH680EJOMS front end loading Dryer and it seems to take multiple cycles to get my clothes dry. I discovered that Water is collecting in the flexible exhaust tubing...not just a...

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You already have discovered the problem. Lint has built up in the vent / exhaust ducting. Most of the time the through the wall vent flapper gets lint build up on it outside the house and then as that restricts airflow you get condensation in the ducting. The condensation causes the lint to form a cake like paste inside the ducting. THOROUGHLY Clean out your vent ducting from the dryer connection all the way thru the outside wall and your dryer will be fine. If you need to replace the ducting please do so. Ducting is cheaper than the electricity you waste on clogged ducting. You proved your dryer will work correctly when you dried a load of clothes with the ducting removed.

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My maytag dryer run for 10 min. and then stop. wont turn on untill cool down

Hello- The dryer may be shutting down because it senses low air flow or too much heat build-up. I would check the venting behind the dryer and make sure the flexible duct is not crimped or crushed, if it is remove it and replace (you can get this at most hardware stores). If that looks ok turn the dryer on and go outside to where the vent exits the house, the air flow should be strong. If you feel little air flow you may need to have a duct cleaning service out to get the lint build-up out, especially if the duct runs through the wall a long distance and makes many turns. You can also test if this is the issue by removing the flexible vent from the back of the dryer and running it; be aware you will get some lint in the room. If it is still shutting down you should have someone out to diagnose it, there may be a thermostat issue. Hope this helps, best regards.

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Hi. I have a Bosch WTE84100 Dryer which leaks water and produces very hot damp clothes after several hours of drying. The dryer is just two years old and I don't know what to do?

Hi. You have a venting issue. The moist air is not getting out of the dryer and is building up inside the venting. Look behind the unit and make sure the vent is not crimped or crushed, probably best just to replace the venting. As well, you may need to have the duct from the wall to the outside cleaned by a duct service. I'd replace the flexible duct from the dryer to the wall first (you can get this at a hardware store, 4" dryer flex duct) and then run the dryer and go outside to see if you feel any air coming out of the exterior vent. If not, then have someone out to clean it. Good luck, hope this helps.

Sep 24, 2010 | Bosch Axxis WTA 3500 Dryer

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The most common cause of extra long dry cycles that I have found is RESTRICTED DRYER VENT DUCTING!!!!!!!!!
Make sure you thoroughly clean or replace the ducting connected to the dryer exhaust tube, if at all possible, DO NOT USE FLEXIBLE DRYER DUCTING, ESPECIALLY NOT WHITE VINYL FLEX DUCTING!!!!!!!
If you have to use flex, make sure it is as short of a run as possible, and no sagging, no crushed or restricted areas, and pull taught once you have made your run, to limit the ridges, thus reducing restrictions.
Refer to your installation manual for manufactures recommendations.
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Dryer takes too long to dry

This complaint is most often caused by the dryer's vent being blocked with lint. Dryers need to be properly vented, otherwise the moisture in the air can't be properly carried away. Vents that go out the roof are particularly problematic-- the dryer may take far too long to dry clothes and the vent pipe may even drip water that can't be exhausted. Minimum size for a dryer's roof vent is 4 inches. If your dryer has chronically poor drying, if possible, have the vent moved to where it exits a house wall near the dryer. The vent should be made of 4-inch aluminum rigid duct and elbows or, where absolutely necessary, flexible metal (but not flexible thin foil). Do not use flexible plastic duct-- it restricts air flow and is combustible. The dryer should vent outside--never into a crawl space, wall, ceiling chimney, or other type of flue. The bottom of the exhaust hood should be located at least 12 inches above the ground. Here is what to do: 1) Check the lint trap and clean it. 2) Be sure the dryer isn't pushed so close to the wall that it pinches off the airflow through the vent's air duct hose. 3) Check the point where the air duct vents away from the house. Be sure plants, birds, or anything else hasn't blocked it. If the duct vents out the roof, it could easily be blocked with lint. 4) Disconnect the air duct hose from the back of the gas dryer and clean out built-up lint. Note: For safety, first turn off the gas to the dryer, then unplug the dryer; this means you will have to re-light the pilot light later if the dryer has one (read your owner?s manual for proper re-lighting techniques). 5) If necessary, clean out the ductwork from the dryer to the exterior wall where it vents; this may involve disconnecting sections. One trick that sometimes makes this job easier (but only if the dryer duct is fastened firmly at all connection points) is to blow lint and debris through the duct and out the exterior wall vent, using an electric leaf blower.

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