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Whirlpool Cabrio Electric Dryer with Steam option

If I don't plug the water hose to a faucet (i.e. not use the steam option), can I still use the other drying features that don't require the water hose?

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Yes the steam dryer is basic dryer with spray nozzle in rear wall to inject a fine mist of water..to be honest don't believe the stem option is all that great ..just take clothes and sprinke at kitchen faucet probably would have same effect

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