Question about LG DLE7177 Dryer
The filter component is located directly inside, bottom, behind the door. Looking at it from the inside, you will see 4 screws. Two will be close to one another remaining two, one on each side. Before you remove the screws make sure you have removed the lint slide that sits in the filter housing
Carefully with not too much force the filter housing should come off in 3 parts. The smallest and most lover peace will have 2 metal strips running flat parallel to each other on the plastic housing which is attached to a white connecter, carefully remove it from the connecter, remove all pieces out of the drum, clean thoroughly, vacuum cleaner will work great, however you will need a sharp and narrow instrument like a small thin screw driver to pull out dried up lint from small areas.
Once completed put back the connecter, put all parts into place screw back don’t use force if screws are tight, undo the screw, and slightly move the parts to make sure the screws tighten in place.
Make sure you have a general idea how to put parts back in place as you remove them.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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