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Lint CollectorModel LGL88580000- Built: 1995.

There is no air coming in or out of the area where the lint collector hole is. My repairman said it didn't matter if no lint collected in the lint box on top of the dryer. He checked everything and said the air flow was good. However, I don't use anything unless it all works correctly and this is not right. Up until three weeks ago, I collected lots of lint in this box.

In the customer book on this dryer it suggests I call a repairman for assitance if no lint collects in the box,. Well, I am back to square one here!

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2008

    I have heat but no air. my cloths get luke warm, but stay damp even after 2 full cycles.

  • jehuda Jan 01, 2009

    Initially worked well. Then lint did not collect any more. I found lint inside machine. Looks like lint clogs the air path. It is hard to clean deep inside.
    You need to open back of machine and clear around and inside air exit and inside diagonal "pipe" and inside its hidden path inside it.
    After cleaning machine worked OK for 6 months but happened again.



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Every 12 months, since we bought our lgl8858000 we had to call a repairman because no lint was appearing in trap. Everytime the repairman has to take the machine apart and clearout lint (hand fulls) from within the machine. This last time it cost us $140. This is the last time I will be paying someone to clear lint from our fire trap.

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The fan that work to collet lint is not working at all or working if your cloth are not drying in the time you set up. than that proublem.

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SOURCE: Whirlpool Clean Touch Model LGL88580000

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.

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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.

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