Question about Dryers
Way to go Brian!
You're a true handyman at heart.
Start off by unplugging it. Work safe or watch TV!
Many dryers have a hinged top that lifts up at the front. You have to slide a thin blunt blade like a drywall knife into the little gap between the top and the front. a few inches from both sides there will be an obstruction that is the latch device. Use your blunt blade to gently push this towards the machine, and lift the top at the same time. It should come up. Same thing for both sides and the top will lift.
There will be screws visible on the back. If you undo them, parts will separate from other ones so keep track of what you're doing.
It's usually easier to take things apart than to put them back together, so take your time and enjoy the adventure.
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Posted on Mar 29, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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