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revised How can I access the lint duct assembly of a Maytag Centennial dryer?
I mis-read it multiple times as "if the lint breaks" not "if the link breaks", so decided to clarify
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comment How can I access the lint duct assembly of a Maytag Centennial dryer?
Thanks for asking... I hadn't realized before that I could answer my own question, but just did so now.
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comment How can I access the lint duct assembly of a Maytag Centennial dryer?
OK. Toe Panel is off. I think it's supposed to snap on and off (at least snap on). The drum is supported by the Front Panel (Cabinet Part #48), so I've reattached that with the top screws (Cabinet Part #31). Blood, sweat... no tears yet. I'm taking a break.
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comment How can I access the lint duct assembly of a Maytag Centennial dryer?
I did manage to get the top lid up. I've already removed screws identified as Cabinet Part #31 and #34, and Bulkhead Part #48. The Toe Panel Cabinet Part #42 is still much too attached, and is the biggest obstacle.
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asked How can I access the lint duct assembly of a Maytag Centennial dryer?