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Face of the drier

When you say the face of the drier, do you mean the actual front cover with access cover? I thought it would be easier to access everything from the rear? Thanks in advance

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  • DSLG Apr 28, 2008

    Thanks for clearing that up. Do I need to brace the drum when taking off the front cover? Thanks.

  • DSLG Apr 28, 2008

    My drier has intermittenly been working (drum will not spin and you can hear the motor humming). I was going to take off the cover and inspect the belt and motor. Any suggestions?

  • DSLG Apr 28, 2008

    Thanks for the tip. I have a long arm grabber that I have used to pull lint out of the filter holder area but I have never seen anything substantial down there. I guess I will have to take the cover off. Thanks again.

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No, there is no access panel in the rear of the dryer.  Everything comes off from the top or the front.

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  • Richard Lew Apr 28, 2008

    No, the cover will come off without the drum falling out.  There is a front support for the dryer that holds the drum in place.  When you take the support off, the drum will come loose but won't fall out of the dryer.  What are you trying to do??

  • Richard Lew Apr 28, 2008

    You may have something stuck in the blower fan that is preventing the motor from turning.  Remove the filter screen and look down in the filter holder area.  See if you can see something jammed down there by the blower.  If there is, try to pull it out.  If it doesn't come out easily, you may have to remove the front cover to get to it.

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