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The drier is working but the water is not going into the collection container. It just sits in and around the condenser. It has been thoroughly cleaned according to the manual.

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The problem is in the condensor. Keep cleaning it regularly. Make sure your drain hose runs downhill.

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

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