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Accumulation of pet hair inside dryer

I noticed that the "fins" inside the dryer drum seem to be accumulating a lot of pet hair in little balls. It seems like there is a very small space between each of the "fins" and the drum wall. Can I use something to pop those fins off to clean out the hair? There aren't any screws holding them onto the dryer drum as far as I can tell.

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Easiest thing to do ,, if you have a vaccum ,,just vaccum off lint and debris ,,,,

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