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HI, I have the same problem as a previous poster. My AEG 59800 dryer doesn't dry. It was suggested disconnecting the 4" duct from the back of the machine, which sorted the problem. Silly question: where do I find the 4" duct?

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Hi,
The duct will be in the back at the very bottom of the dryer...

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If the airflow is restricted on the intake or exhaust you'll have extended drying times.
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