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How do i get the plug that connects to the sensors in the inside of the drier. when i disconnected it, the plug fell inside. so i need to take the bottom front part of the drier off, HOW?

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To remove the lower panel you will need a 1/4" nut driver or socket.

Lay on the floor and look at the bottom lip of the bottom panel, you will see 2 screws with the screw heads facing you. Remove those and pull the panel down and out toward you. The sensor plug will be on the right side near the top of the opening you just created.

BE SURE TO UNPLUG THE DRYER FIRST!!!

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