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Old 09-21-2018, 11:10 AM
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Default Electric dryer

Ok. Finely got around to clean out inside of the dryer. Wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be, but my house was snowbird house so figure 1/2 use what full time resident would be. Mine GE dryer little different than whirlpool design which I think easier to work on?

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As you can see not that bad usually if left for long time especially exhaust through the roof the fan would be full of lint also. Mine was used half as much in 13 years and has exit down and out the outside wall, which IMO flow better than roof exit. If I had roof exit I would have to do clean at least ever other year IMO.

Pretty easy, two screws up inside the door to remove the top and two screws on front panel. Luckily under drum wasn’t that bad, so I didn’t have to remove the drum which would of made clean out much harder. Utube has good video’s if you need training section first.
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