View single post by dcohalla
 Posted: Thu Oct 6th, 2005 01:11 am
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I don't mean to throw a monkey wrench in things :huh:, but...are you sure that you fixed it?   Is your washer discharge line in a recessed wall box w/ the water supplies?  If it were the washer discharge line overflowing that caused the original problem (i.e sharing the same or similar wall space w/ the 220v line), your box would have been dry at this time since (I am assuming since no mention to the contrary) that w/o the dryer you most likely weren't using the washer...ergo no water source.  Now that everything is "waterproofed" it may not be getting into the dryer receptacle, but still leaking.  Or not.  Washing machine discharge lines clog for odd reasons, and the clog may have resolved and never show again... but if I had 220v mixing w/water/soap... I'd wanna be damn sure.

Just My .02