While looking through our Twitter feed we found these tweets to share with you.
The first tweet we found is also a reason for a lot of the calls for service on dryers.
When you're drying for over 2 hours and your items are not dried yet. Wth dryer?! #youhaveonejob #dryer— Ruby Chavez (@rubychz51) August 2, 2015
Naturally, it is easy to blame the socks. After all they go AWOL so easily. But they probably are not REALLY the problem.
Not cleaning the ducting? There is a good chance that has something to do with the machine not working correctly.
The air duct to our dryer had been clogged since 1980 & we discovered some vintage child stickers in the process.— Halley Filipski Bell (@HalleySuzy) July 29, 2015
Sure, it's a chore. That comes with the territory if you want to take care of your home and your appliances.
House repairs today. Replaced persnickety dryer duct and leaking faucet in the bathroom. Problems never end as a homeowner, it appears.— Adam Blount (@sneakysqueaky86) July 24, 2015
Of course, you could give up using a dryer and use a clothesline. When it rains, though, clotheslines have their own issues.
So take care of your dryer and keep it working well. To close us out, here is a tip.
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