Question about LG DLE5977 Electric Dryer
My dryer has a filter that you remove at the front, from a slot - this is easy and I can de-fluff easily and put back in. But the problem is that there is loads of fluff down the bottom of the slot - so my red light is permanently on, saying check the filter. I have tried to get the hoover down the bottom, a wooden spoon, but nothing seems to work.
I am worried that if the fluff isn't removed that it will start to burn or my dryer will stop working.
Try hooking it out with a long piece of fairly strong wire with a hook on the end.
It won't stop the dryer from working, but if it is vented , remove and clean the vent hose by running water through it, this will remove all traces of fluff, and make sure the outside is clear if it goes through a wall.
Plz rate my solution.
in the hse.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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