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Csn you remove trap where lint filter goes


How To Clean Your Dryer's Lint Trap, Screen And Vent ...

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Aug 14, 2014 - Cleaning your dryer's lint trap, screen and vent is a great way to keep it using energy efficiently. ... (Of course, if you can hang your clothes to dry, you'll not have to go ... Now use the vacuum to remove any lint from the lint trap.

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Jan 11, 2016 | LG DLE5001W Dryer

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Flashing clean and heat light?


Sounds like you might have lint build up. Clean out lint trap and remove the back and clean out all lint. The lint build up could be causing a over heating problem. And this is a fire hazard.

Aug 08, 2015 | Whirlpool Dishwashers

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Clean the Lint Filter or Condenser


check inside it may have a lot of lint build up in it, check the vent to outside and be sure there is no sharp bend in vent pipe to make it over heat. the straighter the better !

May 09, 2012 | Dryers

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I cleaned the lint screen an the vent, however I'm


Hello,

Your are getting the clean lint screen message because the computer on the control board is sensing poor airflow so it thinks the lint filter needs to be cleaned. What else you would need to check is for lint build up in the blower housing below the lint screen or the venting from the back of the dryer for blockage from the back of the dryer all the way to where it exits to the outdoors for a possible birds nest or some other thing restricting airflow.


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Sep 22, 2011 | Kenmore Dryers

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My dryer runs for about 30 minutes then just shuts off before the cycle is finished, then I let it sit for awhile then it will come back on and run again. What could be the problem?


Yu have poor airflow through your dryer and the motor it getting hot and tripping the thermal overload. Or your dryer belt is loose and the belt safety switch is being actuated when it gets hot due to the belt stretching with heat.

Inspect and clean your dryer. remove every bit of lint you can find. Pull off the exit ducting and look inside the internal ducting for restrictions... clean clean clean.
Remove the lint filter...and wash it with vinegar and water then soap and water. Look in the area where the lint filter is installed for lint and clean clean clean. Use a folded wire coat hanger if necessary to loosen up the lint.

Go to the outside thru the wall vent and inpect for lint there also. Check BOTH sides of the metal flapper of the vent for lint and clean clean clean.

Once you have done all of the above and you still have the problem.. check belt to see if it is getting loose with heat.

FYI your dryer should push a relaxed and and wrist away from the exit duct. If you do not have this kind of air flow you need to find out why. Either lint build up or a blower wheel failure.. (cracked hub / spinning on the motor shaft.)

If you need parts information I need your complete model number in any future response.
Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

Mar 29, 2011 | Dryers

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We have a combo dryer and washer. Washer is A2444330KH. Leaves lint on cotton shirts, have cleaned the filter no help. Any ideas? David


Dryer lint not only presents a problem by cluttering up your clothes with white specks, but it can also lead to a dryer fire. While it is impossible to completely eliminate dryer lint, you can take action to drastically reduce lint and the potential problems that come along with excess dryer lint. If your clothes take more than one cycle to dry, you see no lint on the lint screen, the clothes are very hot after drying or you find excess lint on the clothes after drying, you probably have a problem with accumulation of dryer lint in the dryer vent.
Use a dryer vent cleaning brush and clean the dryer vent, or hire a professional to clean the exhaust vent behind your dryer. If your dryer vent is clogged, it will create excess dust in the dryer and on the clothes. The excess lint can eventually catch on fire given the heat load of the dryer.

Dec 05, 2010 | Maytag Washing Machines

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I opened dryer and found burned lint. There was about a half inch of material around the heating elements that had also started to burn.


clean the lint out and make sure the coil is undamaged. dryers need to be taken apart and lint cleaned out once in a while. also clean the exhaust line out real good as too much lint can increase the back pressure, not letting all the lint out of the unit.

Apr 28, 2008 | Dryers

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Clean lent filter sign shows and won't let it run. power is on and have manually checked the vent hose, exterior exit. still won't work Clean Lint Filter Indicator Light Flashes but my lint filter is...


check for wires near lint filter casing. these are the lint filter sensors, they could be defective that is why it always indicate a clean lint filter alarm,

Feb 19, 2008 | Dryers

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Lint build-up


remove the lint screen by pulling on it ,around build up scrub w/ brush clean w/ portable vacuum .

Dec 31, 2007 | Maytag Neptune MDE5500AY Electric Dryer

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