Question about Dryers
There's another possibilty. I had the brown mark problem on my Whirlpool LER4634EQ1. It turns out that the inner drum seal wore the paint of the pilot diameter on the inner wall. The pilot diameter rusted and the rust transfered onto the seal. The marks on the clothes are rust marks. I replaced the seal on mine, but don't know how long it will last. You may need to try and paint the pilot diameter. The seal with glue was $34 delivered.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
Try cleaning the entire air vent system of lint first including the exit vent panel (to the outside air). Remove the lint screen and wash it in detergent and hot water. The brown streaks are probably scorch marks rather than oil or grease entering the drum. Good air movement is essential to holding the drying temperature down. Hope this saves that old Whirlpool for another decade!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Try cleaning the lint filter on your dryer and also clean
the blower housing and vents. If this does not resolve the issue then please
post back with make and model # of the dryer.
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