Question about Maytag Neptune MDE5500AY Electric Dryer
I need to be able to get inside the dryer in the back so I can re-attach the connecting vent tubes /hoses (the parts which when connected carry the lint and moisture out and away to the exhaust flap on the outside of the house. When I took off the hose where it connects to the dryer, I found the other that the hose has to be connected to just laying inside loose, and handful after handful of lint.
There doesn't appear to be an obvious panel or door to gain access to the interior of the housing so I can see what I and where to re- attach the parts correctly.
You would need to remove screws holding on the door as well as the opposing screws , after remove th edoor the front "u shaped" panel will pull foward and off, yo may be able to acess the venting from this point
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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