How to Remove Creosote From a Dryer Drum?

Answer Creosote is the oily byproduct of burning wood. The black, viscous material typically accumulates in chimneys, where it can cause a fire hazard if there is sufficient creosote buildup. Creosote is ... Read More »

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How to Remove a GE Dryer Drum?

Occasionally you will find that you need to remove the drum of the GE dryer from the cabinet due to maintenance issues such as if the rear drum plate wears out or the drum is misaligned. You can ta... Read More »

How to Remove the Drum From a Frigidaire Dryer?

Removing the drum on your Frigidaire dryer is essential for completing most major repairs. Once the drum is removed you have complete access to the inner workings of the dryer, including the motor,... Read More »

How to Remove Chewing Gum from a Dryer Drum?

Forgetting to empty the pockets of clothes before throwing them in the washing machine and dryer can often lead to undesirable results, especially if the item left inside the pocket is chewing gum.... Read More »

How to Remove an Ink Stain from a Dryer Drum?

When a pen accidentally gets washed, there is a possibility that the ink will leak and leave a stain on your dryer drum. If not removed, the ink stain on your dryer might stain the next load of clo... Read More »