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Open case
loop belt around bits
close case

more particularly

Unplug dryer
pull dryer away from wall
remove 1 screw each side at back of top plate
slide top plate backwards and lift off
undo 1 screw each side of front kickplate
tlit front panel up
unplug door switch
set front panel aside
careful of control panel its V.fragile
(I lay the dryer on its back)
pull out old belt and bits of belt
loop new belt round drum at wear marks
pull tensioner to end of travel against spring
loop belt round motor pulley & both tensioner wheels(most creda) 1 wheel (old)
relax tensioner
rotate drum by hand to make sure belt wont jump off

reassemble in reverse order
creda uses hotpoint parts

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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I am an authorized servicer for Creda and I can explain how to remove the front panel to change the belt. Email me at starztruck4u@aol.com if you still need help.

Posted on May 19, 2008

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SOURCE: creda tumble dryer repair

with great difficulty - these belts are so tight!there is a special tool for doing it but there are other ways
one way i have used is to make a spanish windlass from belt to bottom of machine. when belt is level with motor spindle, push belt on and release spanish windlass. could also try levering belt on with a screwdriver
another method is to get a short piece of tubing that will fit over motor spindle. put belt over tube, lever down and slip belt on. this is the best way

Posted on Jul 20, 2008

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SOURCE: how to fit a belt on a tumble dryer

unplug the dryer,
220v is not fun
dryers are generic inside, regardless of maker
while you got it apart to replace the belt is a good time to clean out exhaust vent pipes and the squirrel cage fan, no lint, better air flow, less $$ to run
3cd9043.jpg the tensioner may push Up on the lower run.

  • open case, most front panels are removed including door, remember to disconnect door switch wires, set panel aside
  • pull drum out
  • check drum support rollers
  • check drum felts, bushes guides
  • locate tensioner pulley, belts have been known to pull them out of the mounting when it breaks, check , reinstall if out
  • pick up broken belt off floor of case
  • take belt to parts store and match it, despite the huge number of dryer models there are very few belts.
  • If any felts or rollers are worn,stuck,damaged take them too to the parts store, and replace in pairs, despite the huge number of dryer models there are very few rollers or felts
  • after ensuring rollers anf felts and bearings are serviceable, loop new belt around drum at the wear mark from prior installation, reinsert drum
  • loop new belt around motor pulley.
  • pull tensioner pulley against spring to end of motion
  • loop belt around tensioner pulley
  • allow tensioner to slowly move back by spring tension till the belt is taut
put front panel back on, plugging in door switch
plug in mains
dry clothes
takes longer to type than to do

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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how do i replace the belt? i'm having a hard time just getting the back of the dryer off!

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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