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Dryer belt I need the user guide for an Admiral dryer model # AL84100 Type: DR-1 I broke the belt got a new one but the drawing that came with the new one is not like my dryer. Got the right belt just need to get a view of how to put it back on.

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You can go to www.repairclinic.com/0079.asp#DiagramF and you will find the admiral brand belt diagram in a list of several brands. It will show several ways that the belt can be installed. I believe you will find what you need.

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