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Try drying your clothes without the dryer sheet and see if the smell is still there. If it is not, then the problem is the dryer sheet. If it is, then you need to describe the smell better. Different people handle smells differently. What smells musty to you may smell fragrant to others. You need to determine if the smell you don't like is really a musty smell, or is it a fragrance you don't like. Have some friends (not family members) smell the clothes and verify if what you are smelling is musty or fragrant.
It could also be that even though the clothes smell OK out of the washer, that the detergent you are using is the cause.
I would consult the place of purchase. If they do not stand behind the product, then get the manufacturers support #. They will stand behind their product, especially if it is a possible fire hazard. THe smell you are smelling could be anything, but without being there and taking off the cover and doing a visual check. it's hard to dianose. It is possible that something that is plastic has fallen out of a pocket and gotten inside the unit while it was drying clothes and fallen onto the igniter housing.
YOU SHOULD CALL YOUR UTILITY COMPANY TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS IN THE FIRST INSTANCE.
IF YOU HAVE A VERY GOOD OLFACTORY SENSE YOU MAY BE PICKING UP A SMALL RESIDUAL THAT IS NOT IGNITED IF THE IGNITER IS SLIGHTLY MALFUNCTIONING.