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Thank you, oh great appliance guru!

Last week, a pencil fell into the fan/lint duct thingy of my dryer. 

Granted, this probably sounds like a no brainer to most members, but, I had no clue. I knew the pencil could be found and removed from the bottom of the duct...but I had no clue where that might be or how to access it. :?

 Your  great images of repair steps on your website and your clear directions in previous posts showed me exactly what I needed to do.:D

 

Thanks for sharing your knowledge and presenting it in a way that we lowly novices can understand.

                       Erinj

 

 

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Ahh, grasshopper, you have snatched the pebbles from my hand.  Now is time for you to dry clothes. 

Mucho domos for your report!

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