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Common signs of a tired dryer are:
clothes not drying after a full dryer cycle
unusually hot clothes
large amounts of lint in your lint trap
debri accumulating around lint trap
it's been more than a year since your last dryer vent cleaning
Follow these simple steps to keep your electric bill at its best 💵 and to prevent electrical fires.
1. Unplug dryer from power source. Pull dryer out a few feet from the wall.
2. Remove vent clamp on back of dryer.
3. Use shop-vac to vacuum inside hole and vent tubing to remove any lint build-up.
4. Replace clamp and vent tube. Tighten clamp.
5. Find dryer vent on outside of home.
6. Remove vent cover (There may be caulking and screws that need to be removed first.)
7. Slide sleeve out and off of vent.
8. Use shop-vac to reach in and clean out any debri.
9. Leave vent cover off. Plug unit back in to power and run on air-fluff for 10m.
10. Let any missed debri come out of tubing on outside of house.
11. Replace vent.
*Repeat yearly for good upkeep.
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