Question about Frigidaire Dryers
If it is hot and humid when you run the dryer, then the exhaust tube has come loose from the back of the dryer, or you have a hole in the vent hose. Basically what is happening is the moist air that is supposed to travel outside is backing up into your house. No cause for alarm right now since the steam is harmless, But over time, the hummidity might cause a mold problem if it not addressed. I'm looking for answers on loud dryers so I cant answer your second part, but I'll bet its a belt issue.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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