The LSE7806ACE is stacked in a very tight enclose.
The Maytag Stackable Washer/Dryer (LSE7806ACE) is stacked in a very tight enclose. It exhausts to the rea and to a roof vent. Apart from taking the unit apart, or going up on the roof is there any easy way to clean out?
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Might be a broken wire going down to the washer portion. I found that once on a stack dryer: Remove the control panel and look for a loose quick connect or broken wire.That was what was wrong with this un I think. Drop the splash pannel first then remove the screws to control and drop it out then check quick connects and wires is what I would do. -PawPaw
ive seen people build there own stack unit. alot of techs will tell you no but ive seen this done and there has been no issue. just make sure your platform is strong enough to handle the tumble of the dryer during normal operation
stacks vary, you may be able to access between washer and dryer... there is usually a panel there, but some do have the large acces panel in the back and yes you can access the belt... watch your fingers aroound the motor because when you put a new one on, the tension is very tight