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Sunday, March 1, 2009


The dryer contains a lot of empty space, which houses excessive lint. Therefore, lint accrues inside the machinery of the dyer; while cloths are not cleaned effectively. More time is required to dry the cloths, while increased electricity is used to dry the cloths by using more energy; to perform satisfactory cleaning.

Consistently, the dryer over heats to compensate for more energy needed; while the extra electricity creates a possible spark from the friction and extra lint.

In sum, unclean or unmanaged lint becomes flammable from the extra electrical output needed; to clean cloths.


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Len Wilson

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