Question about Dryers
I think I can help , I have done this many times , you will need a quarter inch nut driver or a quarter inch socket and a phillips screwdriver , the dryer must be disconnected and you have to get behind it , there are 4-8 screws holding the back lower panel on not the smaller control panel but the large back panel , after removing that you will see the rectangle lint screen duct/housing on your left side , there are 3-4 screws at the bottom of the duct that need removed there , and at the top where the sreen is inserted there are 2 phillips screws that you need to remove. after all screws are out duct should be loose and you can move it out of the way freely and you should see the fan behind it , remove unwanted items and re-assemble. Let me know if you have any more questions , good luck o and dont use the dryer you could do major damage.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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