Question about Whirlpool Dryers
I'm assuming you're referring to the exhaust hose. If it's an electric dryer, just unplug it and pull the dryer away from the wall and reattach the exhaust hose using the the hose clamp. Make sure it's good and tight before you place it back into position. Plug it in and you're good to go.
If it's a gas dryer, you need to be much more careful. I'd recommend having a qualified tech or handyman do this. You don't want a gas leak. They will know the proper steps involved in disconnecting and reconnecting the gas line so the exhaust hose can be reattached.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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