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Want to clean inside of kenmore dryer purchased in 1985 I think it is 110 series having trouble getting it apart????

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Remove the two top lint screen screws,pull the top toward you and up,remove the two front panel screws one on each side top,disconnect the door switch,pull up and out and your in the dryer,let me know if you need more help-mike

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#2 Use a putty blade under the corners of the Console and flip it back
#3 Remove 3 screws along back of top that were under the console (Might just be 2)
#4 Slide the top forward and remove
You will now have full access to the switch. Disconnect the harness and replace the switch.
#5 Reverse the above proceedure to replace the top

Good Luck,

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