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When was the last you cleaned the hose leading off he back.
Pull the dryer out and remove the exhaust hose (probably held on with a hose clamp so you will need a flathead screwdriver.
Once it's off take the hose from a vacuum or shop ac and stuff it in there and get out everything you can. Do the same win exhaust hose, and from the front at the lint filter.
I had a similar problem with a Whirlpool AWZ 8578 Tumble Dryer.
The solution was to clean the fluff out of the rubber grommet in the
drain hole under the left front of the condenser. Then the water from
the condenser could run into the collection container underneath.
You should be able to download your instructions from here. Just enter your model no
e.g. AWZ 900 (include the space between Z and 9), select your language then click "Search" and you should get a list of available documents: