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Rusty Drum! The coating that covers the drum of my dryer apears to have worn away and now has started to rust. The dryer is less than 2 years old and all clothes now become covered with rust stains. Can anything be done or is the dryer dead?

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Hello,
I have the same problem. My dryer was purchased at Sears in Ottawa and the replacement cost for the part required is $137.99 but turns out it is covered by a manufacturer's warranty for 15 years but does not cover labour. I am going ahead with the repair since it's better than spending time removing rust stains from your clothes.

Hope this helps....Good Luck

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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Change the drum, Talk to a repair man maybe he has a good used one--Surely it would be less expensive than buying a new dryer.My husband has made a few inexpensive repairs to mine and says there is not much to a dryer. If it is only one spot I would definately paint it--my 25 year old one has this and that's what I intend to do. Even if I have to do it once a year because the dryer works good.

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You can extend the life for a little, by painting with a rustolum paint, but not for to long, better buy a good new one, use your experience when select the new one...good luck

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If you find a good plasticizing epoxy it should work great for this most plastic epoxies can withstand temperatures up to 500 degrees F. I dont see the hot water supply feeding the machine getting any warmer than this. Another option would be to find someone with a plastic fusion and filler welder and just weld the hole shut with a base material.

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Follow this easy steps...
Unplug the dryer from the electrical socket to avoid accidental electrocution.
Sand or scrub the rust spots using steel wool or sandpaper. Rust creates pits and these pits need to be smooth, like the rest of the drum areas, to prevent the rust from getting worse and to allow touch-up paint to stick.
Clean the entire inside of the drum to remove all the dust left from sanding/scrubbing. Mild soap and water will work well. Use old rags that can be thrown away.
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