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I think you have this in the wrong category. There is a belt that spins the dryer 'drum,' it has probably failed (broke) and needs to be replaced. You need to go to a appliance part store (or check online) for the proper replacement belt. It isn't a real difficult job to do, make sure you unplug the machine before starting. You don't state the make of the dryer, but you can probably access the belt from the back, which will require removing the rear panel. There is a belt tensioner inside, and it could have failed, not the belt. Good luck
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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