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GE Profile Dryer: Felt came off

I saw that you sent an e-mail about a similar problem. I had a piece of felt come out of the front of my dryer (GE Profile Dryer, model DPSR610EG0WT). I ordered the replacement felt, but would like to know how to get the felt into the seam. Also, does this need to be glued in place? Can you please send e-mail to s.harmon95@yahoo.com. Thanks for your help.

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On the DPSR610EGWT if you open the dryer door and look at the top of that opening There are two small phillips screws that hold down the top of the dryer. Unscrew those, lift the top and then slide it to the left to remove the top. Next, near the top of the seams between the front and side panels is a screw. Unscrew the small screw and the front will lift off. Be careful because the drum is supported by the front and there are also wires connected on the left. Hope this helps!

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