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Took the lint screen out and forgot to put it back in and a kneehigh went in the vent and made a noise. Is there any way to get it out without repairman. I cannot see the nylon and the machine is stacked ontop of my washer. LG Tromm.

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This being stacked makes things a lot more of a pain. Disconnect power.

  • Remove three phillips head screw at the back side of the dryer top
  • Slide top back about an inch or so and lift off
  • Remove two phillips head screws at 5 and 7 O'clock position on dryer bulkhead just behind dryer door.
  • Remove two phillips head screws on top front edge of dryer
  • Tilt dryer front forward at top and unplug door switch at top of door and light socket at top left.
  • Lift off dryer front, holding until you can unplug the moisture sensor wire at the bottom, then set aside.
  • Remove the four phillips head screws at the sides of the dryer holding the front drum support assembly.
  • Lift up assembly and pull toward you to remove.
  • You now have access to the blower.
  • Front of blower can be removed. (1/4 hex screws)

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