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 don’t have a vent hose so they need to convert the steam back in to water. A fan blows the steam through a plastic chamber on the back ofread the full article..
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 – especiallyread the full article..
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 aread the full article..