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Back cover removal

How do I take off the back cover of aGE electric clothes dryer model # DS4500to vacuum out the lint around the heatingelement.

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You can't take the back off to get to the heating element. the front comes off. Look at the bottom edge on the front there might be a couple of screws if so take them out and remove the front of the dryer the door and all should come off be careful the door switch has a couple of wires remove them b4 taking away the front then you undo the belt and in the middle of the drum there should be 3 screws take them out and pull out the drum. now you should see the heating elements. if you'd like call me and i'll try to walk you through it 417-926-0106 Jim

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I want to first make sure that your dryer is serviced up. so i want you to do these steps.
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1. Make sure the dryer is cool, switch it off and unplug it.
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