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Dryer I have a 2002 Maytag Stacked Washer/Dryer and one of the three paddles in the drum of the dryer has come off. Please advise how to repair this.

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Hi thanks for the question. the top of the dryer comes off. revealing the screws that hold the baffles in place . re- install the baffle, and the top. thanks the appliance doc.

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