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24/10/2019 Most likely the dryer hose keeps falling off because it is not secured properly. Be sure the hose clamp is in the correct placement and is secured. If any damage is found with the hose clamps or the vent hose, replace them as soon as
Most likely the dryer hose keeps falling off because it is not secured properly. Be sure the hose clamp is in the correct placement and is secured. If any damage is found with the hose clamps or the vent hose, replace them as soon as possible.
15/12/2018 As long as your dryer vent pipe isn't cracked or damaged, securing it is a simple task. Turn the dryer off and unplug it from the wall outlet. Remove existing plastic, fabric, painter's and duct...
16/8/2013 Re: Flex hose keeps sliding off, is there a better way to se « Reply #1 on: January 12, 2012, 03:13:59 PM » One of the tips I came up with some time back was creating a small lip or hook in the dryer’s exhaust pipe and the rigid pipe coming through the wall.
Be sure dryer is not pushed so close to wall that it is crushing the vent hose. Fix: If the hose or tubing is crushed, reshape it or replace it and make sure dryer has sufficient spacing from the wall. 4. Dryer vent hose has lint clog within it.
18/11/2007 Our dryer hose that blasts the hot air away from the dryer keeps falling out of the back of our dryer. The other end of course is connected to the wall and shoots hot air
The plastic vent hose is no longer used to install a dryer. The solid metal vent or the metal flexible hose is recommended for dryer vents. The plastic hose is most likely kinking at the outlet since if has to go downward and this is restricting the air flow.
26/6/2017 Of course, the dryer vent keeps popping off. And of course, it's just me with tiny muscles. It's a gas dryer. I have access from the side of the dryer. The connection is a hard plastic that's attached (firmly) to the flexible metal foil (I assume that's what it is). It slides
A properly installed vent will have a flap (damper) on the end that opens when the dryer is operating and closes when it's off. This prevents any critter entry. Having a screen, of any type, on the end of the vent tube is good for only one thing stopping lint from venting and causing a clog in the entire tube, period".
13/6/2009 Get your service man to install a vent hose of sufficient length and it should eliminate the the twist or vibration working the hose off the vent line. A metal clamp might hold better than the duct...