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Candy gvsw4 465D/2 washer/dryer not drying


Dmil101

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Device heats clothes, but they are wet and steamy after cycle ends. I cannot find a condenser module but am assuming there must be one somewhere. Any assistance will be gratefully accepted. 

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Usually washer with a condensate dryer pull moist air up to the top of the tub run the air through a heat duct then down the back of the tub. The plastic tube or dust is where the water will condensate then drip down to the drain pump. Generally there is a lint clog somewhere in this path.

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