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Old December 27th, 2013, 08:10 AM   #28
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Originally Posted by tsaguy View Post
Your venting, although clean and clear, has too many bends. The dryer doesn't have the velocity to push the air out. You must allow as straight a run as possible for your dryer to work properly. If needed, as mentioned above, you should install a helper fan, or booster fan.

Although a bend doesn't seem like much, a 90-degree bend to the simpler exhausting of a dryer is restrictive.

Calling an appliance repairman to resole this may frustrate your wallet.

If I were you, I would calculate moving the dryer to a new position with as little friction as possible since you must take into thought the gas line. Use PVC if possible for your exhaust.

Good luck to you, I know this can be frustrating.
I am going to look into a booster fan.
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