Question about Dryers
My dryer is heating up but feels damp inside the dryer and takes two or three cycles to dry. I checked the vent and its properly attached but I noticed it too in moist inside and drips water. A couple of weeks ago I had a friend use my dryer and he forgot to empty the lint trap and when I tried to empty it there was so much lint it got stuck inside the dryer (lint trap in on top of the dryer) Could this have something to do with it?
You have a severly blocked vent, its not removing the moisture to the outide but instead getting trapped in vent.reccomned reventing unit with solid duct pipe, not the vynyl flex tubing and mke sure the outside exhaust port is totally free of obstruction a well
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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