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Re: I dropped a AA battery down my lint fliter trap of my...
Dontythink youll have to worry about exploding, it will however get caught in the blower and either break the fins off fan or prevent blower from turning, if you "pop" the top on the unit by releasing two tabs holding main top down approx 6 inches in from either side of unit just below the main top(using a putty knife). the topo will flip back andfrom there youll be able to see the 2 screws holding the fronbt[anel onto thte unit itself, the front panle then releases giving you acces to the blower assy... UNPLUG?DISCONNECT POWER LIVE WIRES!!!!!!!!!
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You will have to take the back off the mach then remove the lint trap cover I think there are 5 screws slide the cover the side and you should be able to remove whatever it is make sure to unplug the mach.
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
please check your exhaust vent, where the dryer air comes out of the house, this particular pattern is very indicitive of a slow moving exhaust, you may need to clean the duct between the machine and exhaust as well
its not too hard to get out. you will need a #2 phillips screwdriver and or a 1/4" socket driver remove lint trap remove 2 screws at lint trap unplug unilt open the top (2 clips between lid and front panel in the crack, push them with a butter knife or putty knife to release top) opens like a hood pull out dryer and pull off rear panel on the left hand side there is a metal duct like thing lol that leads to the lint trap at the top. there should be 4 screws at the bottom where it gets round. remove them, and wiggle the duct open. your pen should be there..
SHUT OFF POWER AND GAS 1. Begin by opening the door removing the two screws on the left side of the door opening. 2. Then remove the screws that secure the door hinges to the cabinet. Lift off the door (may take some wiggling) 3. Grasp the outer top sides of the front panel and pull toward you. 4. Lower the front panel and lift off. 5. At each top corner remove the screw and latch that hold down the top. 6. You should be able to do the rest from here.