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I'm wanting to clean the lint out of my clothes dryer, I bought an attachment for the main area and hose but I see what I think must be lint inside the back panel as well, if I remove the panel what kind of problems will I get in to? The material looks and smells like it's been scorched too, so I am kind of worried about what problems I'm going to run into. By the way the dryer is gas. Thank you for the info/help in advance,

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    There shouldn't be lint randomly lying on the back cover of the dryer but please send us a photo. Typically lint is collectively grey more times than not, and it isnt glued to anything, it just pulls right off. – noybman Nov 3 '19 at 1:08
  • We really need a photo to help, sometimes materials in the insulation get scorched when the ductwork gets plugged so a photo would be helpful. Most of the exterior back panels on dryers I have worked on are painted sheet metal. – Ed Beal Nov 3 '19 at 2:31

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