Question about Dryers
The belt on a dryer is inside the body, usually accessed and changed as follows
most base dryers
There are not many belt, felt, support roller sizes the local parts guy will have a belt, felt, roller to fit,
Tensioner pulley may not be in place, breaking belts often pull them out of their mounts, the pulley and spring will be lying on the case floor, there is only one way they fit in to their mounts so they are easy to reinstall
tensioner sketch is approximate, pulley may be on top run pulling down, or bottom run pushing up
the repair is easy, it takes longer to type or read this than it does to repair the dryer
Belts ~$14 Support Rollers ~$14/pair, felts/slides upto ~$25
New dryer +$200 - its a good repair
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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