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Old 08-13-2013, 08:04 AM
 
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Hello Everyone,

First of all, thanks for all for your input, suggestions, comments, etc. They are all much appreciated!

This is the first time I'm ever encountering this issue so please educate me.

I'm renting in a 3 floor apartment complex (owned and managed by apartment owner) and live on the 2nd floor. I am having a dryer dilemma, I know that sound funny right... but it's very, very frustrating. Back in April, the owner purchased a new, stacked washer/dryer combo and it was working great until a few weeks later the dryer stated making noise. Called manufacturer, they came replaced motor and blower, no problem. Yeah right, this is where the frustration begins. So, I've been in a ping pong match with the manufacturer and they are insisting the washer/dryer combo is in working condition and that the problem is with the vent system. Mind you, there was no issue with dryer before motor and blower was replaced even before the unit was replaced and vent was cleaned. It's been mentioned by the different repairman that each unit "ideally" should have there own designated vent line. I have no knowledge of this so I asked if that was legal or not but they won't answer the question, they advised that I ask a inspector. I've tried to search online but was not successful in finding an answer. I'm hoping someone out there reading this that has the knowledge can educate me and maybe advise on how to get this issue resolved. The owners have been great, they are trying to resolve this but it's just frustrating.

Thanks for reading!
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