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Can a Clogged Dryer Vent Cause a Fire?

Yes. Clogs that come from a buildup of lint are extremely flammable. The more lint is left to accumulate in a vent, the higher the risk of ignition. Fortunately, regular cleaning can prevent lint buildup in the lint trap and dryer vent ducts that can restrict airflow and lead to a fire.

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