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How do i remove tumbler on admiral lnc7757a71 dryer ?

Where can i find repair manual on-line ?

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  • ajb32a Feb 27, 2009

    thanks for info. i can get apart but need manual for part numbers. repair parts sites i have checked do not recognize model LNC7757A71 (1998 Mont Ward unit). any help here ??

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At the bottom on the front panel there might be a couple screws if so take them out and lift to hunhinge from the top b careful you have door switch wires to undo. If no screws then pry the top off with a wide flat standard screw driver then look inside front panel towards top should be more screws take them out and front should pull out slightly and lift off of the bottom latches or hook so to speak. Good Luck

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  • James Chandler Mar 01, 2009

    If you have an appliance store where you live, just take your info and the old part to them they should be able to help you. Manuals are rarely available for older models and for the purpose of having to have to go to someone else. Go to www.repairclinic.com enter your model # and you'll find the parts

  • James Chandler Mar 01, 2009

    too old of a dryer and montgomery i think is no longer in the dryer business. that was way back in the day

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