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Why can’t I feel any air from my Washer Fan Breeze moving inside my washer?

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You should not be able to feel any noticeable amount of air inside the drum or exiting out of your washer.  Washer Fan Breeze is designed to be as quiet as possible while still moving more than enough air to eliminate your washer odor and prevent mold from growing. 

Specific details: The Washer Fan is moving air at a rate of 11 cubic feet per minute. The largest washing machine sold today is 5.1 cubic feet. This means Washer Fan Breeze is circulating twice the volume of air inside the drum through the machine every minute which is much more airflow than required to lower the relative humidity enough to eliminate your washer odor, but not so much that you will feel it in your washer.

 
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Article ID: 2
Category: Troubleshooting
Date added: 11-18-2013 13:21:14
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