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The dryer keeps shutting down. i toke the filtre out and noticed water standing in the rear pan of the dryer. can this be a pump or clog issue?

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It sounds like your dryer is not venting properly. Remove the vent hose from the back of the dryer and test the dryer again to see if it shuts down. If it is normal with the vent hose off your vent pipe is plugged.

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