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Black marks on clothes

Dryer tub felt is putting black marks on clothes ...tucked back in but keeps riding out to the edge of the tub both front and back

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  • neenee702 Sep 13, 2008

    The felt gasket has completely come out of the back of the dryer. I've stuck it back in several times, but it looks like there is some sort of glue that was intended to hold it in.

    VERY VERY annoying. This was an expensive dryer and we have only had it for about 16 months.


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Your going to have to get service for this one. Chances are the rollers are gone and the black is coming from the rubber onto the felt and then transfering to your clothes.

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Posted on May 31, 2008

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