Question about Frigidaire ATF6000ES Front Load Washer
There must be two vents going into the interior of the dryer, one is the
intake (where the hot air comes from), the other is the outtake (where
the lint trap must be). Locate the two vents and see if one of them has
anything removable near it, or if the vent itself has finger holes or
something that you can grab and pull or slide it open.
In some front loading models the two vents are at the back and both look like nonremovable vents. If that's the case, one actually pulls right out easily. It might then have two parts (the grate on the dryer side and the screen on the exhaust side) that snap or slide apart, with a space between for collecting lint. If that's the case, and you haven't cleared it in a long time, it will be packed full of lint. The two parts snap or slide apart, then you can get at the lint and remove it. Then snap or slide it back together and just push it back securely in place in the dryer.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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