To clean a dryer lint trap, the first step is to remove the lint trap filter from the dryer and remove the lint from the screen using a soft bristled cleaning brush. The next step is to clean out the lint trap housing ca... More »

A schematic is not necessary to reseal the dryer lint filter. RepairClinic.com and AppliancePartsPros.com provide detailed videos regarding how to disassemble the dryer and replace the lint filter seal on their YouTube c... More »

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Dyer lint is made of small fibers that are shed from clothes as they dry in the dryer. It also contains perfumes, soap residue, dyes, dust, hair and thread. More »

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According to The Family Handyman magazine, the first step in disassembling a Kenmore dryer with the lint filter on the inside door is to remove the screws from the corners of the control panel. Next, flip the panel up an... More »

To remove dryer odor, the first step is to clean the lint filter by wiping the screen with a dry rag to remove remaining lint. Soak the filter in hot, soapy water for 10-15 minutes; meanwhile use a vacuum hose attachment... More »

The lint trap of a dryer should be cleaned after each load, the interior of a dryer should be cleaned at least three times a year, and the duct should be cleaned annually. Regular cleaning improves a dryer's efficiency a... More »

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To clean a dryer, wipe off the exterior, thoroughly clean out the lint filter, and then wash the interior. This is an easy task that takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes to complete. More »