I'm finding what seems to me to be an excessive amount of what appears to be
dryer lint throughout my house. The dryer vent is clean and OK. Any idea
or what could be causing this. I'm beginning to think the only answer is to
move the dryer out of the house.
If the vent hookup on the dryer is ok, then I doubt it is the dryer doing
it. The inside of the dryer operates on negative pressure (air is sucked
out of the drum and blown out of the house), so there is really no place for
lint to escape except at the vent outlet. I always find more lint in the
winter--do you have forced air heating?
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