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dumb dryer

Posted by mentha 9 CA (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 23, 06 at 23:56

Why does it always happen in winter in the rain? My dryer died, I've been having to dry clothes in the oven! I sure hopes it dries up soon so I can hang some clothes out.


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RE: dumb dryer

Wouldn't it be safer to hang them in doorways, on the shower cutrain, etc (inside the house) instead of drying them in the oven?


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Since our house holds a lot of moisture, they have been molding before I can get them dry. So I've been hanging them on hangers, then having to put them in the oven.


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I use the under ceiling fan method when I have dryer problems


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How's it going, Mentha? Is your dryer back in operation? When I've see the national weather map, I've thought of you. It doesn't seem like the weather has been clothesline-friendly in your general area, so I hope your dryer is fixed!


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DH put up some hooks above the oven so I don't have to put them inside. I have to clean the laundry room in order to get to the dryer vent to clean it out. That would mean I have to have my clothes clean, ugh! I'll have to go to the laundromat to get all those clothes washed and dried.


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  • Posted by fishies Ottawa z4a or 5 (My Page) on
    Tue, Mar 28, 06 at 21:16

Well, on the plus side, you will almost always meet interesting people at the laundromat...


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lol, I guess, except for one thing they don't speak English, y no habla espanol. However I do get to watch all those soaps I've missed for years that have only progressed about two weeks in the story since the last time I've seen them. That's always a plus when the kids are running outside into the parking lot, hehe


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