Overnight - I do sometimes turn it on and go to bed, but can rarely actually go to sleep knowing it is on. I usually end up lying there waiting for it to stop and then go to sleep.
When I go out - never.
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I don't even own one!
I'm in Melbourne and just put the washing on a clothes horse and pop it under a heating vent in the ceiling.
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I leave mine on, I clean the lint filter after every use. I have smoke alarms etc of it were to catch fire but I feel safe enough with it running, it's a new model.
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