|Never know what you'll find in a
|Lint inside a clothes dryer -
|LINT covering motor
|LINT inside dryer
|Clogged Vent -
going into wall
|Clogged Vent -
|LINT under house - due to
rotted, torn plastic pipe
|Clogged Screen at Termination -
(stops birds, but not legal)
|BIRD NEST - coming out of
|Clogged Roof Termination Vent
|Crushed Vent Pipe in attic -
(stepped on by cable man)
|WATER found in crushed pipe - if
it can't get to outside,
it'll stay in pipe
|DAMP LINT Clogged at Elbow -
Rusting Vent Pipe
|This is why screws are not
allowed by code to secure
| Dr. Bill's Pet Infirmary & Mugsy the Cat
(a short, simple story)
|We got a call from Dr. Bill.
Their dryer was taking much
too long to dry towels, etc., at
the animal hospital
|We found a lot of lint and a lot of animal hair (surprise!) in the
interior of the dryer and the vent.
|We got rid of all that
yucky stuff, making the
Dr.'s dryer and venting
system much more
efficient and much safer
|Then Dr. Bill said he wanted to
introduce me to a patient of his who
had just arrived the day before:
Mugsy the cat.
You see, poor Mugsy wasn't feeling
very well. He had sneaked into a
place where he wasn't supposed to
be: his owner's clothes dryer!
His traumatic ride lasted less than a
minute, but that was long enough
|Clogged inside screen -
safer BIRD/RODENT Guard
|to cause burns on his face and ears.
His frantic owner rushed him to Dr. Bills Pet Infirmary,
where the kind Dr. did his doctoring.
Mugsy is doing fine now.
So our story ends with two happy characters:
Mugsy the cat, who assuredly has learned a lesson;
and Dr. Bill's clothes dryer, which can now breathe again!