Question about Dryers
To replace the belt you need to get the front off. Open the door and get the scews of that hold down the top.
get the screws off that hold the front and get that out yer way. check the slides and rear bearing for wear. then slide the belt on the drum. Put back the idler using the rear hatch. Replace the front, turn the beast and make sure it is not binding. Check connections Hit the start button.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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