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Clean the lint filter and take the exhaust hose off and clean it out.

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Why is there moisture in the exhaust piping?


The moisture from the clothes is heated up from the drying process and is exhausted through the vent pipe. When the warm air with that moisture cools in the vent pipe it condenses and forms water droplets again much like the water that forms on the outside of a glass with ice water in it.

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2001Dodge neon drips a lot if moisture or water out exhaust while running. What's up with that?


Check that you are not losing water out of the radiator or that you have to keep filling the "top up" tank all the time. If neither of these are happening then it will only be that the car isn't yet hot enough and is ejecting all the moisture created by the process of combustion out of the exhaust. Cold days and short drives do not help. the excess moisture left in the exhaust system rusts it out faster and low temps in the engine can cause sludge build-up. If you use the car for constant short cold weather trips, and you are NOT losing water, I would suggest you take it out on the highway and give it a good run to dry out all the moisture.

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Why bmw x5 battery drain fan not working exhaust blowing out white smoke... what may be happening.


White smoke out of the exhaust indicates moisture (water) in the exhaust. If the car is not driven very far each day, some moisture will collect in the muffler and cause white smoke for a short while after starting. If the smoke is continual, however, you need to watch you coolant level as you may have a blown head gasket.

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Water coming out exhaust


If you are losing coolant out the exhaust, the exhaust will have a sickly sweet smell as opposed to the normal stench. Otherwise, a small amount a water dripping from an exhaust pipe is not unusual, as moisture from condensation can build up inside the muffler when driving short trips; this moisture is expelled while driving. If you are not losing coolant, then this is probably what you are seeing and it is not a problem.

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I have a 2002 Kia Sedona that is gettting codes P0421, P0431 consistently and P0456 rarely. Can one determine if the cc's are working by the exhaust smell? I have had the threshold codes since I b


Trouble Code: P0421
Main Catalyst Efficiency Deterioration (Bank 1)
Trouble Code Conditions: DTC P0136, P0139 and P0140 not set, engine running at 3000 rpm or high in closed loop at 45-60 mph for 140 seconds, and the PCM detected the rear HO2S and front HO2S signals were too similar.
Possible Causes:


Air leaks at the exhaust manifold or in the exhaust pipes. Catalytic converter is damaged or has failed . Front HO2S or rear HO2S is contaminated with fuel or moisture. Front HO2S or rear HO2S heater is damaged or has failed. Front HO2S or rear HO2S is contaminated with fuel or moisture. Trouble Code: P0431
Main Catalyst Efficiency Deterioration (Bank 2)
Trouble Code Conditions: DTC P0150, P0154, P0159, P0158, P0160 and P0161 not set, engine started, engine running at 3000 rpm or high in closed loop at 45-60 mph for 140 seconds, and the PCM detected the rear HO2S and front HO2S signals were too similar in the Catalyst Monitor test.
Possible Causes:


Air leaks at the exhaust manifold or in the exhaust pipes. Catalytic converter is damaged or has failed. Front HO2S or rear HO2S is contaminated with fuel or moisture. Front HO2S or rear HO2S heater is damaged or has failed. Front HO2S or rear HO2S is contaminated with fuel or moisture .

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When I'm in my bathroom and showering the light turns red- what does this mean- Mold?. moisture?


The simple answer is moisture. If you have a bathroom exhaust fan, be sure to run it during and after you're showering. Typically, for a bathroom exhaust fan to reduce the moisture properly, it should remain ON for at least 15 minutes after your showering is complete,

Hope this helped to answer your question.

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Does a bathroom require an exhaust fan even if it has a window


YES!!!! all a window does is change the vapor into liquid. What is needed is to get the moisture OUT OF THE building. I prefer Neutone 200 CFM unit, for get specs, they are all way too low. You are combating health issues if you allow moisture to remain....mold...

Also, the exhaust ducting needs to run downhill as it exits the building, or you risk moisture dripping from the fan...

Futher, put a 60 minute timer on the fan, and run 45 minutes (at least) for every shower....

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Why would the lint in my dryer lint tray be wet?


Could likley be a cloged or restricted dryer exhaust system test by starting dryer and go outside to the exhaust vent for unit and check airflow,you should have good warm airflow coming out of the vent.You need good air circulation thru the dryer to remove the moisture from the clothing ,with a cloged or restricted vent (exhaust )system it takes much much longer to remove the moisture from the system Hope this helps your concern

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My clothes are very damp after 2 hours of drying


check for lint buildup in the blower fan assembly.
check for blockage in the exhaust tube
check the exhaust flap on the side of the house to make sure it is opening properly
as far as the water in the line .....it may be moisture from the outside leaking in or a lint blockage soaked with moisture (although that is rare)

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A lot of moisture in the exhaust line of dryer...


thats easy the moisture from your clothes ,,and the outside air,,where ever you live its a lot of moisture in the air,,now the cold air from outside is coming back in dryer and the hot moist air is trying to get out,,bingo condensation,,in your dryer exhaust vent tube ,,hince all the water,,,,now to fix that ,,we need to dump all the water from vent exhaust tube ,,you may need a new one because it will mostly rot...and check the flap or put a window exhaust kit on the house or window,,to stop air flow from coming back in the dryer ,,and where done..onthejob

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