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Fluff inside the dryer

(Topic created on: 15-09-2022 11:35 PM)
Triinu
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Hi, my dryer is 2 years old and started to make noise, my husband took apart and that’s what was inside the dryer, basically everything, at the side panels, bottom, front, back. Anyone else? 

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andy_in_ireland
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there is no wonder why tumble dryers overheat and catch fire looking at that - whilst it looks bad though I have had a few tumble dryers apart from time to time and the dust does get right inside the tumble dryer just like that - all makes as well I have had hoover and Beko ones apart before and they look , maybe not as bad as that, but still do have a certain amount of dust inside still .

all you can do really is clean the dust lint filter after every drying cycle or before a drying cycle , plus make sure any other vents of the machine are kept clear at all times and hoover the vents out with a nozzle attachment on the end of the vacuum cleaner hose, and also like you have done there take it apart and give the inside a good vacuum out from time to time 

DannyT
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Like @andy_in_ireland has said, all dryers will get some fluff/lint inside, but that does look like an extreme case. 

 

Is your lint filter still in good working order? Check out this guide for help cleaning it https://www.samsung.com/uk/support/home-appliances/how-to-clean-the-lint-filter-on-a-tumble-dryer/


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