If laundry on a drying cycle comes out of a washer dryer hot and steamy there is a problem with the condensing process. Condenser washer dryers pass the steam through a plastic chamber on the back of the outer drum. During the drying cycle a steady trickle of cold water runs into the top of... continue reading.
Common Tumble Drying Problems
Condenser tumble dryers don’t use a vent hose, and should turn all the steam into water. But because they create heat when running, a condenser dryer will heat the air around it and the moisture in the air will condense on any cold surface such as tiles or even other appliances near by – especially... continue reading.
Is your tumble dryer not drying laundry properly and instead leaving them damper than you’d like? Here’s a quick tip regarding something that could create this fault on a modern tumble dryer. Modern tumble dryers usually use sensors to detect the dampness of laundry inside the drum. However, lime in our water, or cleaning agents can form a barely visible lining... continue reading.