Dryer Ducts and Vents

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$132.19
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Dryer Lint Screen Grille
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4 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS12114312
Manufacturer Part Number W11117302
This part is the replacement lint screen grille for your dryer. It is made of white plastic and is approximately 21 inches by 7 inches. The lint screen grille fits inside the lint screen housing and prevents clothing from falling into the lint duct. The main reason you would want to replace the lint screen grille would be if it is cracked, damaged, or missing, as clothing may be able to slip into the lint duct. This part is sold individually and is an authentic OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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Luis from FRESNO, CA
High pitch noice
Raised the front of top panel with the putty knife and the front panel was unscrewed as the video showed. The drum slid out after the belt was released.

My machine had 4 rollers, which was not shown in the schematics. So I replaced the back, cleaned the front ones and works great for now. Plan to replace the front later.

Removing the tri rings is much easier if cut w wire cutters. Otherwise waist lots of time to get them off. Just buy new ones.
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$89.91
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Dryer Air Duct
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2 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11775712
Manufacturer Part Number 5304508449
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
Rich from New Albany, OH
Internal vent inside the drum was coated in black (plastics from use)
1. Loosened the 3 screws inside of the drum
2. Removed the entire back of the dryer (lots of screws)
3. Removed the old vent (there are 2 screws at the bottom that hold it in)
4. Install new vent (put the screws back in)
5. Close up back and proceed to put all of the screws back
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$194.88
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Dryer Side Venting Kit
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5 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS3575086
Manufacturer Part Number 3911EZ9131X
This dryer side vent kit lets you vent the exhaust to the side or bottom of your dryer instead of the default rear position. Included in the kit are 2 straight aluminum foil outlet ducts, each 4 inches wide, along with 1 duct elbow, 1 cover plate, 1 screw, and an instruction sheet. This is helpful for flexible installation in areas where rear venting is not possible or practical. All parts are genuine replacements from their original manufacturer.
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ROBERT from DAWSONVILLE, GA
Install aftermarket side vent kit
I did as I was told (by my wife). Bought the machine from Home Depot - no side vent kit - had them complete the installation today when the kit came. Read more...
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$22.53
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Dryer Guide,Filter
PartSelect Number PS3524629
Manufacturer Part Number 4974EL1003B
The filter guide is found in your dryer and is what houses and supports the lint screen located in the exhaust air duct. This part is located at the bottom part of the dryer opening. The housing is approximately 14 inches long and 5 inches wide, with a moon shape on the top where the lint trap goes. The filter guide may break of wear down over time and with repeated use, and may need to be replaced. This OEM part comes right from the manufacturer and is sold individually.
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George from Croton on Hudson, NY
The holder for the lint screen was removed to vacuum lint. It broke when turned on.
I found that the screws that hold it in were a bit too short. After several cleanings I re inserted the screen only to have it dislodge and break. I ordered a new part and after using a drift pin and lamp I found that the screws were too short and the threads needed to secure it were worn. Longer screws solved the problem. Read more...
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$163.10
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Dryer Box, Heater
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3 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11746303
Manufacturer Part Number WP8541818
The heating element is not included with this box.
Fixes these symptoms
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$258.77
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Dryer Condenser Assembly
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2 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS3527964
Manufacturer Part Number 5403EL1001D
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$77.60
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Dryer Blower Housing
PartSelect Number PS11741071
Manufacturer Part Number WP33001789
Fixes these symptoms
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Terry from Caruthersville, MO
loud noise inside dryer
After changing all the rollers in the dryer (which didn't fix the problem) I decided to take apart the blower. Sure enough, that was the problem. As the dryer heated up, the damaged wheel would swell and start rubbing the housing. I replaced both and fixed the problem. The repair was pretty easy, since I had taken the dryer apart several times replacing the rollers. Read more...
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$158.39
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Dryer Box
PartSelect Number PS11741632
Manufacturer Part Number WP3401380
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$96.55
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Dryer Heat Duct
PartSelect Number PS12071411
Manufacturer Part Number 5304509715
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$126.29
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Dryer Lint Duct Housing
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2 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS2002970
Manufacturer Part Number 12001324
This genuine OEM lint duct housing is located inside your dryer, covering the lint filter. It secures and supports the lint screen within the exhaust system. If the housing is cracked or loose and cannot catch lint effectively, it needs replacement. A damaged housing reduces drying efficiency, resulting in longer drying times, increased energy consumption, and higher utility costs. To replace it, consult the included instruction sheet. Open the dryer door, pull out the lint filter, and remove the screws below the door opening. Close the door and take off the front panel, placing it face down on a padded surface. Remove the blower seal from the front panel. Carefully pry outward on the top corners of the collector duct to disconnect it from the front panel. Once the top is clear, pull out and lift to release the lower locking tab from the front panel slot. This will free the assembly. Note that this replacement part does not include the duct seal, the blower seal, or the lint screen itself, so consider this before purchasing.
Installation Instructions
Michael from Bloomington, IL
Other collector broke and was tearing clothing
Opened the top by popping the two fasteners holding it down. Did this with a screw driver. Took two screws out of the front holding collector in place and two screws out holding the front to the two other sides. Put front of dryer down on the floor. Removed old collector and used all other existing material from old collector to finish job. Wife could not believe how quick this was. Put back together was a snap too. Read more...

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