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Goofy wrote make sure the electric cable to the dryer isn't kinked, which can reduce flow through the kink and cause under/overpower through the cable

You are kidding of course -- Probably not best to confuse the OP with fake facts.

Note to GreenNV - OP - while liquid and gas pipes that are crimped will reduce flow, in the case of electrical cable that does not happen.

While dryers certainly do need enough air/ventilation, I at least have never seen one that did not side roughly a half inch off the floor on adjustable feet/lets or that did not have vents in the back.
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