Question about Dryers
I just pried the top off at the spot where the clips are. I am used to a GE which requires a push in; then lift. Thanks.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
It would help us help you if you stated what model and brand you have. Many dryers use clips which hold the top of the dryer to the front panel. If yours has that, they can generally be released by using a putty knife to push back on them as you lift a bit on the dryers top. The clips are usually located a couple inches in from the sides, in the seam between the front panel and the dryer's top.
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