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Cleaning lint Every other dryer I have ever owned I cleaned the lint out from over the heater once a year. I can't believe I have to spend money for a repair man once a year now because I have a roper dryer. How do I make my way to the heater so I can avoid a build up ?

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Your Roper dryer is made by Whirlpool, there is no reason to clean lint from around the heater, very little lint collects in that area. Every once in a while you can take the front off by removing 2 screws from under the lint screen, then pry up the top and there are 2 screws that hold the front on inside facing out. After removing the front you can vacuum inside below the drum.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.

There are only 2 causes for this....
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- Start by pulling the lint filter and washing it with vinegar and water then soap and water to remove any dryer sheet particulate that blocks what appears to be clean filters.
- Next clean out every dryer passage you can access.... use a vacuum with crevice tool and a "U" bent wire coat hanger to get all of the lint out of the lint filter area DEEP down inside....
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- Next follow the duct work all the way through to the outside wall and OUTSIDE. Clean the dryer vent on BOTH sides of the vent flapper outside the home.

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I think once you get things cleaned up... your dryer will return to normal again. My last comment.... and I am being honest. I have made a lot of money... cleaning out dryer duct work after the customer said they had cleaned it very well. I finished the job they started.... and got paid for doing so. I am passing on 40 + years experience here for free because I believe in helping people help themselves..

Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

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