Our existing condensor tumble dryer has just died. Well actually, I killed it. The top door hinge got loose and the door wouldn't shut easily, so I kicked it and it fell off. Hey-ho, it was free (used) 5 years ago.
Either way, it needs replacing. It worked fine, but unsurprisingly, when it was on it kicked out a lot of warm damp air. Warm is good, damp isn't. It could be that the old dryer just wasn't working as efficiently as it should have been. Is it worth getting a hole drilled through the wall and getting a vented one? Certainly less hassle in the long run as the reservoir wouldn't need emptying.