Question about Washing Machines
This happens when something blocks the air path. There could be a sock or a buildup of lint in the path or, your lint screen could have a hole in it. Depending on the age of the dryer, it is just from a slow buildup of the tiny bits that get through the screen. You'll have to open the unit from the back and pull out the air duce and wipe it out. It's more of a pain, than it is difficult. A 1/4" nutdriver ot socket and a phillips screwdriver should be all you will need from the back. If you need to pop the top to get to any screws, insert a putty knife of heavy metal spatula into the split between the top and front of the machine, about 1 - 2 inches from the side. Push straight in, into the clips that hold the top down. This will release them. There is one on each side.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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