Dryer Filter

Maytag dryer lint filters, Whirlpool dryer lint filters, LG Electronics / Zenith dryer lint filters, Haier dryer lint filters, Frigidaire dryer lint filters, General Electric (GE) dryer lint filters and more.

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Below are our top-selling dryer lint filters. If you do not see the dryer lint filter you need here, please use a new search to find the dryer lint filter you need.


Part Name Brand Part Number Price
Frigidaire 131450300 Dryer Lint Filter
This Lint Filter works with a wide variety of Frigidaire dryers.
Frigidaire 131450300 $11.40
General Electric WE18X26 Dryer Lint Filter
This Lint Filter works with a wide variety of General Electric dryers.
General Electric WE18X26 $12.12
General Electric WE18X54 Dryer Lint Filter
This Lint Filter works with a wide variety of General Electric dryers.
General Electric WE18X54 $41.47
LG Electronics 5231EL1003B Dryer Lint Filter
This Lint Filter works with a wide variety of LG Electronics dryers.
LG Electronics/Zenith 5231EL1003B $21.69
Whirlpool 339392 Dryer Lint Filter
This Lint Filter works with a wide variety of Maytag, Magic Chef and Admiral dryers.
Whirlpool 339392 $21.40

Dryer Filters

Some people replace their dryer filters regularly. They want to reduce the risk of starting a fire due to a plugged dryer filter. If you choose not to replace your dryer filter, please be sure to clean the lint filter after completion of a dryer load as part of the regular care and maintenance of your dryer. This will help reduce the risk of fire in your home.

When air is obstructed because your dryer lint filter is dirty, your dryer can become overheated. An overheated dryer is a fire hazard. Just cleaning off the lint from your dryer filter is often not enough to remove the fire hazard. Sometimes a film develops on your dryer filter that impedes hot air from leaving your dryer.

Take your filter to a sink and run water into it, while observing whether the flow can easily pass through the mesh, or just pools in the filter. If the flow is unable to pass through you may want to consider purchasing a new dryer filter. Be safe.