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Water comes out bottom when I run multiple loads

You only really notice on laundry day when you run multiple loads through the dryer. It dries ok, but it pools water out the bottom where we have to stick towels around the edges just to sop up the water. I know it sounds more like a leak from the washer, but I'm pretty sure its coming out of the dryer,

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Pull the dryer and check your venting you can remove the vent and run a load to see if it works ok i know the hot air will come into the room but it is just a test to see if the vent is clogged this is where the condensation would come from chweck that and let me know

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

  • sarah rose Sep 28, 2013

    i have this problem too how o you replace the vent pipe? have you got a vieo that will help me please?

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