Sometimes the lint fall off the lint trap screen and falls into oblivion. How do I clean that out. I have some # from inside the dryer. Stock/Model# 110.86873800 Serial # MX4726026 and there is this # all by itself 68738
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The pen has fallen into the blower housing and is hitting the fan blades.
Unplug the dryer!! Remove the two screws at the top of the lint trap. Remove the rear panel. Remove the four screws at the bottom that attach the lint filter housing to the blower housing. Then, remove the pen from the blower housing.
Yes it could have been the lint igniting in the bottom of your dryer in future clean lint trap after every load and take trap door out and vacumn inside trap at least once a month If you ignore the lint trap you could end up with a serious fire so take care of it when you remove screen a certain amnt of the lint falls down into the bottom of dryer and after time a buildup can ignite.. more serious with a gas dryer as the igniter and burner is at the bottom of most gas dryers
This may take you awhile to do, but once you get to it you may find a lot more than that down there. You have to remove the back on most all dryers. If the lint trap is on top, there is a metal chute that lint and other objects fall down.Remove the back and you will see what I am talking about.Once this is done, it is fairly easy to remove the collars that go down to the lint hose. You will then be able to clean all of the lint build up down below that gets by the trap. Good luck, Sincerely, shastalaker7
this is normal for lint to blown out the ducting because not all the lint will be collected on the lint filter when you remove the filter some lint may fall of down into the duct housing.there is nothing ot worry about
1) check the lint trap, and reach way into the dryer to remove all lint.2) Look at the dryer motor, and make sure that it spins freely (toys and small objects fall into the lint trap and drop into fan. While there make sure you remove all lint