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Yes they can you would end up removing the top panel or actually as they term it kicking it up and around the drum are screws that hold in the blades unscrew each of these and take out the change and the balls of lint as well then reattach if you have any if you need a diagram of your machine message me back and please remember to rank how this opinion has helped in your appliance situation we try to obtain 4 thumbs up on all our posts Thanks again Rick
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