Question about GE Dryers
9 out of 10 times this is going to be a restriction in your vent line. Check where it goes outdoors and see if there is a steady flow of warm air. If not, take the vent off of the wall behind the dryer and either have a handyman snake it clear to the outside or take a leaf blower and blow it clear. A good way to test for a restriction before doing all of this is to run a cycle with the vent disconnected from the back of the dryer. The steam is a result of the hot wet air from the clothes having nowhere to go. Good luck =)
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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