Question about Dryers
All right, here's what I'd do.Consider which of these two might work for you.
1) Remove the trim around the door frame and then remove that part of the door frame to allow youself the extra inches to slide the dryer through.
If you are quite handy, you might even make a few small cuts with a saw to widen the door space, and put it all back together.
2) Cut off the sheet metal extension about 1 inch from the "elbow".
Save your cut off piece, and put it back together with a sheet metal sleeve, that you can make from some scrap.
Use the drill I see you have to make several small screw holes in both the piece on the back of the machine and the piece you cut off.
Think in terms a cast on a broken arm for the picture in your mind.
Maybe even do both.
Posted on Jan 24, 2013
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