Take a look at the exhaust hose, which is located at the back of your vented tumble dryer. If it is blocked, crushed or deformed this could cause a build-up of moisture and water leakage. Consider repositioning the hose or replacing it if necessary. If this does not solve the problem, you may need an engineer. Please find details of how to contact us by clicking here.
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