i need to know how to get the back panel off so i can replace a fuse
ANSWER Lynnier, You don't need to remove the back panel, (in fact, you can't remove the back panel) all the service is performed through the front of the dryer. In your case, you'll need to remove power to the dryer, unclip and remove the lower front access panel. You'll find the thermal fuse located on the top of the blower housing. remove the mounting screw, disconnect the wires and reverse the procedure.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, July 02, 2013