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HOW TO REPLACE THE COILS

TAKES FOREVER TO DRY I THINK IT NEEDS NEW COILS SO HOW DO YOU REPLACE THE COILS. HOW TO TAKE IT APART ETC.
THANKS
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  • gervaispa Dec 18, 2008

    THANKS I'LL WORK ON IT AND LET YOU KNOW. BUT ITS GOING TO TAKE ME A WHILE

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It has been a while since I fixed one but I think you have to get the top off first. Then you can get the front off. Then go trough the back hatch and get the belt loose from the idler. Then remove the drum. It is a piece of cake after that. Clean it up good and check the blower wheel for looseness. Those coils you speak of are very easy to swap out, No way to get the 2 hooked up wrong.

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