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Clothes Hot but damp, water out of vent

Hi I had the same problem as a previous owner where the clothes were hot but damp after a load in the dryer. As such I am troubleshooting the issue, I've disconnected vent line behind the dry and there is warm air coming out of the dry. However there was also a fair amount of water that spilt out. I am not sure what this means? Any suggestions? Thanks Drowning

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  • ariesgirl29 Mar 26, 2008

    I was hoping for an answer to this because that is exactly what happened to me! I disconnected the back hose and there was water coming out but it's not a combo, it's just a dryer. I have no idea what it means and am not sure if I call a dryer repair person or a duct something or other...

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Is this a combo washer/dryer in 1 unit? water shoud not come out if it is just a dryer. Your air coming out of the back vent hose should be hot. If your clothes comes out of your WASHER damp (more than normal) then your washer is not spin drying good enough. (worn belt, clogged drainage system).

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