Ever clean more than jus the lint filter in you'r dryer.???

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  1. cluelusshusbund + Public Dilemma + Valued Senior Member

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    Just below the lint filter in you'r cloths dryer... it also needs to be cleaned as necesary.!!!
    By removin a couple of screws you can then clean below the lint filter holder an you dryer will run more effeciently.!!!

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  3. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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    screws?
    samsung dryer
     
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  5. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    It's only been 25 years. I don't think it's time yet.
     
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  7. cluelusshusbund + Public Dilemma + Valued Senior Member

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    If thers no screws you may need a pry-bar an a hammer.???

    It might be gettin close... but as long as it eventually gets you'r clothes dry thers no real need.!!!

    But when it is time prolly shoud also clean the blower fan... they can get awful linty.!!!

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    I think I need to concentrate on mowing the grass and maybe keeping the bathroom more or less clean.
     
  9. cluelusshusbund + Public Dilemma + Valued Senior Member

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    Trust me on this… i know about bathroom cleanin... i actualy tried cleanin the bathroom one time… an cleanin lint out of a clothes dryer is much more enjoyable.!!!

    An for those who cleaned the blower fan... sinse you have the front of the dryer detached you might as well vac out the dust around the electronics.!!!

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  10. sideshowbob Sorry, wrong number. Valued Senior Member

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    It's always more fun to take things apart. And after you have fixed the dryer a few times, you should have enough left-over parts to build another dryer.
     
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  11. cluelusshusbund + Public Dilemma + Valued Senior Member

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    Funny story... after i had the dryer back together i noticed a screw still on the table... an i coudnt remember whare i forgot to put a screw... then i picked up the screw an it was a square head... the dryer screws was a combination phillips/square-head... then i remembered that square head screw was left over from when i worked on the microwave... boy was i releaved

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    But anyhow... sinse i alredy had the front of the dryer off i desided to take the drum out an mayb find some more dust... which i did so smart move on my part.!!!

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    I hoovered today. Now I don't have to Hoover tomorrow. I emptied the Hoover into the bin. When I do take the bins out, to be taken by the dustbin men, it'll be a different day than if I'd vacuumed tomorrow, or some-time after.
     
  13. cluelusshusbund + Public Dilemma + Valued Senior Member

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    Exactly... an after i had the drum out i coudnt pass up the opportunity to remove an clean the blower-fan exhaust tube.!!!

    I made a critical error durin re-assembly in the pic below... Extra PONTS to the first one who posts what it is.!!!

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  14. iceaura Valued Senior Member

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    Wire goes underneath.
    (The mouseguard over the final outlet needs de-linting, and the duct/hose to it, my place - maybe not at your place?)
    Last time I did that, I picked up the machine screw that holds the furnace filter slot cover in place and somehow found a spot for it in the dryer. So I came up parts short, over all - not extra. Not living right, obviously.
     
  15. cluelusshusbund + Public Dilemma + Valued Senior Member

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    My mouse guard was in good shape cause its easy to clean as needed… but insted of cleanin my plastic duct/hose this time... i replaced it wit a metallic type.!!
    An dont everbody worry… pics will be on the way

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    As far as you’r not livin right… just change you’r beliefs to match whatever way you currently want to live... an poof… you will transform into an unquestionable epitome of perfection... in you’r own eyes

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    A-Man

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    Clue:::
    As for the wires... they are underneath just as they shoud be.!!!

    This pic (even tho poor quality) from a diferent angle beter shows my re-assembly mistake an may help solve the mystery.!!!

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  16. cluelusshusbund + Public Dilemma + Valued Senior Member

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    The 1' pipe goin to the mouse guard needed cleanin... an heres the promised pics... Old... New... an Pipe to mouse guard:::

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    Clue:::
    As for the wires... they are underneath just as they shoud be.!!!

    This pic (even tho poor quality) from a diferent angle beter shows my re-assembly mistake an may help solve the mystery.!!!

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    Anuther Clue:::

    Heres a close up of a piece of the item that i re-assembled incorectly.!!!

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