Clean your dryer
Dirty dryers are one of the leading causes of house fires. This can be prevented with a little routine maintenance to keep the lint from building up. And if a crayon or some other kind of stain is all over your dryer, you'll want to clean that up before putting any more laundry in. Thankfully, it doesn't take a lot of effort. And in addition to cleaning the dryer, you will also need to clean the lint filter before or after every load.
Clean the lint filter
Caution: (1) To prevent fire risk, be sure to clean the lint filter before or after every load. (2) Do not operate the dryer without the lint filter in place. (3) Do not use a damaged or broken lint filter. This may reduce performance and/or cause fire.
Cleaning the lint filter is easy. Open the door, and then pull out the lint filter from inside the drum. Remove the lint that has accumulated inside the space. You can use a pipe cleaner to clear out the lint filter compartment. Then, clean the lint off the filter, reinsert the filter, and then close the door.
If you need to replace your lint filter, visit Samsungparts.com.
Clean the drum
Remove stains from the drum with an all-purpose cleaner.
Tumble old towels or rags to remove any remaining stains or cleaning substances. Stains may still be visible, but will not affect subsequent loads.
To clean the stainless steel drum, use a damp cloth with a mild, non-abrasive cleaner suitable for easily marred surfaces. Remove cleaner residue and dry with a clean cloth.
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