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badger2424

11:31AM | 09/23/10
Member Since: 09/22/10
2 lifetime posts
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Been trying to figure out how to completely clean the lint out of a Kenmore Model 417.84072300. I took off the lint cover and cleaned it out, sucked the rear vent on dryer out with a wet dry vac, and checked the vent to the outside which didn't have much lint in it. Getting plenty of air out the back but even on low heat the air seems to get very hot. I got alot of lint below the filter out and was wanting to get the front off to make sure I got all the lint, but I don't see any way to remove it. Is the only way to get at it from the back? Or do I need to do anything else? Electric dryer........
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LarryG

03:49AM | 09/24/10
Member Since: 07/22/04
526 lifetime posts
the top swings up after you release 2 clips with a putty knife from the front.

then 2 screws and the front panel lifts up and off.

badger2424

02:40PM | 09/24/10
Member Since: 09/22/10
2 lifetime posts
Thanks Larry
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