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#1 n2themystic

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 02:57 PM

Trying to place a parts order for an oven repair and looking at ordering vent cleaning brush for my dryer. Looks like I have 2 choices and wondering which one? The 20'er or the kit with extentions?

Item 424662 (10'er)
Item 424663 (20'er)

or

Item 1154681
plus 1203332 (extensions)

Length isn't as much a concern for me (can work it from both directions wall/roof) but which is easier to use? I've never used one before but after 10 yrs in this house it's high time to reach all the way in. Last time I cleaned as far as I could reach I found mummified baby birds. I do have 2 = 90 deg turns in the vent run.

Also, are they any preventative maintenance parts I should think about ordering for my matched washer? After 10 yrs I would think something needs lubrication. Washer is still running fine albeit a tad less like a jet engine than it did brand new. No real service done to it either unless removing cut weedeater line from the trap counts.

TIA,
Michelle

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 04:48 PM

I have extensions that reach out to 30 feet. So long as you can easily work both ends and cover the distance the choice is yours.
You may want to change the belt on the washer and clean the drum rollers and tension rollers on the dryer if you think you must do something.

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Posted 30 November 2011 - 02:08 PM

Thanks for the reply!




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