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Old 07-13-2020, 07:02 PM   #16
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Re: Is it normal for a dryer filter to sweat?


You have a suction drier - to stop the condensate from forming, insulate the line and drier.

Normally those are put in and removed after a certain amount of time, after a major repair like compressor replacement.
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Thank you. I have a tech coming out tomorrow anyway, even though it cools inside pretty good. I will have him perform a cleaning and regular service and ask him about that as well.
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