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Where is the lint filter so I can remove the lint?

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  • gillville482 May 11, 2010

    It is in the dryer.



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Lint filter not accessible

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can you move the drum by hand?if not the pen is jammed in the blower wheel stopping the motor from turning,if the filter is on top you'll need to remove the filter,take out the 2 screws in front of the filter now make sure the dryer is on a flex line so you can pull it forward to remove the lint filter and then remove the back panel,now you need to remove the 4 screws holding the duct on that the filter slides into and remove the pen and any lint that's in the duct,if the filter is inside remove the bottom panel,remove the filter and take off the duct and clean it out,next time send model number

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Remove lint holder on ge front loader dryer

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Hi, I have a Maytag gas Dryer, Legacy series, heavyduty. I clean the lint filter each time used but there is still a build up which I cannot get out unless I remove the filter housing. How do I do this?

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I own a whirlpool gold dryer about 4 years old. I empty the lint catcher frequently. I noticed however, that sand has accumulated inside the dryer, I hear the sound when the dryer starts tumbling. How...

not as hard as it will sound here we go
remove the lint filter
remove the 2 phillips screws at the filter housing top you will see these screws after you have pulled out the lint filter
unplug the dryer
remove the back panel
on the left side is the lint filter housing it is held in place with 4 1/4 inch screws remove them
lift up on the filter housing and pull forward you will find the sand inside the filter housing use a vac to **** it out and reassemble the dryer, no more sand

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