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I have a maytag dryer LDE8424ACE. When drying the clothes it leaves black smudges or lines on the clothes.i saw some felt sticking out and I pushed it in, but it still happens. Do I need a new dryer?

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The felt seal is part of the drum slide/glide system. If you found part of it sticking out that means somewhere there is a spot where the seal is not glued on properly. Usually that creates a gap that clothes can get stuck in and sometimes ripped. It is probably repairable but depending on the age of your dryer you might want to put that money towards a new one. My guess on the repair cost around $150 depending on service pricing in your area.

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