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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: clothes dryer
washer dryer and dryer ony machines differ in a huge way. the big diff. is the drums on each are completly different sizes. the conventional dryer has the bigger, giving better air flow and tumble to clothes. the w/d has a smaller drum thus less air flow and less tumble between clothes. the best way to see this effect is remove half the clothes after a wash and then select a drying cycle. u will see that by giving the clothes more room to tumble free of each other rather than tumbling in a large ball will dry them. washer dryers are really only a marketing tool.
(ex main brand engineer)
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
There is a gap between the lip of the drum, and the dryer housing. Usually the gap is not large enough for clothes to get caught up..
I think the drum should be removed, and the drum bearings checked for excessive wear. This can cause it. There are like 6 rubbing blocks at the front, that the lip of the dryer runs on. This is what I mean by bearings. There will also be a single drum bearing at the back of the drum, check this also for wear or damage.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 07, 2009
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