I have an electric Neptune Drying Center. Modle # MCE8000AYW. This is the one with an upper drying cabinet and a lower tumble dryer. I need to know how to gain access to the inside cabinet of the lower tumble dryer.
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Re: Gaining access to dryer
Open door you see 2 screws holding hinge a a piece,,remove them now remove the 2 screws opposite them ..just let door stay for now...pull the front panel to you its just on 2 clips...now at each corner of the bottom of the top theres a upside down l shaped clip remove 5/16 inche nut driver...ok left the top...swing it up and back ,,so it will lean back,...remove 4 bulk head screw and the door switch connection..and your there..onthejob
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These cabinets seem like such a good concept.
While I have never worked on one, I would first take the back off (having disconnected the power) and look for a build-up of lint on the heat exchanger/heating coil assembly. Check that ducts are free of built-up lint and fans turn freely.
Lightly lubricate the motor shafts with a drop of machine oil. reassemble and run a test cycle monitoring carefully (keep a fire extinguisher at hand and a clear path to exit the building, have ready access to a telephone, know how to turn off the main power in your home). You will likely need none of these precautions but it's best to be safe and prepared.
Most dryer failures are related to lint build-up leading to excess heat. Clear vent ducts frequently, clean out the inside every few years, lubricate lightly at the same time.
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Mine did same thing within warranty. There is a motherboard problem in them that is cause by power surge during an eletrical storm. First try unplugging for 10 minutes and see if it resets. If that doesn't work, you need to have the motherboard replaced that runs the unit.
Repair man took the front off my unit and replaced entire motherboard. He stated that it was a known issue with that motherboard. I have had no problems since my motherboard was replaced 18 months ago.