Question about Kenmore Dryers
UNPLUG THE DRYER FROM THE POWER SOURCE,
GO TO THE BACK OF THE DRYER
REMOVE THE AIR DUCT FROM THE BACK
USING A 1/4 IN SCREW DRIVER REMOVE THE ITHINK IS 10 OR LESS SCREWS FROM THE BACK PANEL, THE PANEL U ARE REMOVING IS THE LOWER PANEL OF THE DRYER
ONCE U REMOVE THE PANEL, YOU WILL SEE THE PORT WHERE THE AIR COMES OUT OF THE DRYER, THERE IS A PANEL THERE, TAKE THE SCREWS OFF AN U WILL BE INSIDE THE AIR SHOOT, CLEAN IT REMOVE THE OBJECT AN PUT IT BACK TOGETER IS THE SAME WAY
GOOD LUCK I HOPE I WAS ABLE TO HELP YOU!
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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