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Water going into tray on dry cycle

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have a samsung washer dryer onky 3 yrs old. AT the beginning of the dry cycle and also during drying i can see its filling tray with water for bursts of 2-3 seconds so clothes Never get DRY.

has anyone come across this fault before? 

Thanks

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Hello Alan. Water is supposed to be taken in during drying although not normally into the soap dispenser drawer. It normally goes straight into the condenser chamber at the back. Are the clothes coming out warm and wet?


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Is the water coming in at the front like it does on wash and rinse or is it trickling at the back? As I said water should be going in on drying cycles as that’s how the steam is condensed but it should only go into the large plastic condenser chamber at the back. 
 

If it’s suddenly started taking in water from the normal water valve it’s a weird fault. Does this article help Laundry hot and steamy on drying cycle


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