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No water to pull out condenser tray

No water going to pull out water tray

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    pauhughes Feb 13, 2014

    condenser box clean

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Hi is condensor box clean thats the aluminium one with about with plates if clogged up this will cause that problem

Posted on Feb 13, 2014

Testimonial: "it is the aluminium one but is not blocked or damaged. the problem is that the water is not going into the pull out tray you empty at the bottom and there is no water on the floor"

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  • wallycarl86774
    wallycarl86774 Feb 13, 2014

    hi i take it clothes stay wet if condensor is clear ur dryer as a blockage

  • wallycarl86774
    wallycarl86774 Feb 13, 2014

    take box out if lucky you might see some some fluff causing it at the back if not u will have to strip it down

  • pauhughes
    pauhughes Feb 13, 2014

    condenser box is clean. the problem is there is no water collecting in water tray!!!

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