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My whirlpool model # LHI7801W0 will not start. i blew out a bunch of dust out of the unit but it still will not start.

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one of two ways you have a two part front panel the lower part take a flat head screw driver to each side at the top of it and pop it open or at teh top were the clean vent filter is the are two screws remove and at front of dryer pop top open upwards then there are two screws at front to hold panel up

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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