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How do I remove the front panel from an LG DLE0332W electric dryer. It is kicking the circuit breaker and I want to check the drum rollers.

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Hello alloyd1455,
Please find a link for the service manual for your dryer and note page 26 and up discusses how to open up and gain access to the inside compartment.
Hope this helps


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