Question about Whirlpool LGQ9858P Gas Dryer
No lint collects in the top lint collector after five uses. A repairman came and cleaned everything and says it really doesn't matter about the lint collector. I'm skeptical. The dryer works fine. Any solutions?
You can check for suction by pulling out the lint screen and holding a piece of paper over it while the dryer is running. If there is suction then it all works correctly. If there is no suction, then there is a clog somewhere inside. You can clear the clog with a long bottle brush or with an attachment from a vacuum cleaner to get inside. If all looks good and still no lint on the screen, the screen may be too short for the dryer and could be a wrong screen for it.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
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