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Dryer problem Can some one help? My dryer gets hot ok but it is not introducing any cold water for the condenser to work. When I open the door it is full of moist hot air,steamy. The washer works fine. Regards Phil.

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Front load washing machine all in one are designed to use water supply also in drying cycle to condensed the hot air & move it out to outside , can you check the faucet if its open, so the moist unside the drum can out to the drain and the machine dry properly,if its ok & no water fill to drum may be your inlet water valve for the drying cycle has a problem.So that the time to call a technician to check it .

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