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Dryer trouble dryer did not dry close and saw water on floor. this happened only one time i was wondering if this could be that my daughter overloaded the dryer thahks

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If there's water it sounds like you have a vent problem,go outside and see if air is blowing out strong and flapper is opening,dryer needs a clean out and blow out the vent line

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I know you cleaned the lint filter so I won't even mention it:)

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