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I have a BEKO WDX8543130. Over the last 2 weeks the drying function has not been working properly. It washes fine. Then we set it to cupboard dry. It sometimes needs a bit longer so we set it to dry a bit more. After the cycle has finished it comes out soaking wet. It's happened about 5-10 times now. Anyone experienced this before?
 
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Hello there. If the clothes come out warm but wet try this article - Laundry comes out of washer dryer hot & steamy but if they come out cold and wet try this one - Washer dryer not heating on dry cycle

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Hi, I have a similar problem with fairly New Beko wdx8543130w tumble washer dryer. The problem is That after recent fluff stuck in filters, which I succrssfully removed, the dryer isn't drying any longer. Clothes are warm and wet. 

After spinning they are almost dry, but it gets worse after drying kicks in. 

This obviously seems like AN issue with water drainage during the drying, right? I bet it is some kind of filter within condenser unit. But the problem is That there are no other filters in the appliance I can Access. 

Do you have the experience with This particular beko model? Can I check anything else w/o opening the drum? 

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18 hours ago, Mike84 said:

This obviously seems like AN issue with water drainage during the drying, right? I bet it is some kind of filter within condenser unit. But the problem is That there are no other filters in the appliance I can Access. 

Yes it sounds like the water isn’t running into the drum. The article I linked to earlier about laundry coming out hot and steamy describes the places that can get blocked. 

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