Monday, October 15, 2012
The dryer ducts, whether it be maytag, kenmore, whirlpool, ge, or frigidaire, needs the proper exhaust housing, and the seals that are in the air passages should be nearly air tight. As previously stated, this is necessary to prevent cold air from entering the air stream between the heater and the drum, and to prevent moisture and lint-laden air from getting into the dryer mechanism. Our Boise dryer repair specialist says that when you encounter a dryer appliance which has excessive lint in the mechanism or elsewhere in the dryer, be sure to clean and inspect these parts. In many cases, you will be able to restore normal airflow passage by replacing belt seals, gaskets, or dryer ducting on your Maytag, Kenmore, or Whirlpool appliance. Cabinet dis assembly and sometimes drum removal will be necessary to reach these parts for servicing. While you are at it, be sure to remove as much of the lint as possible.