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A wire inside the cable has probably come loose, unless you (or a friend) have decent soldering skills to just replace the wire form the audio controller (most likely spot to have problems) to the PC they are probably just trash.
First remove the wire mesh grill with a curved pin or lever it out with a sharp kitchen knife. Then you will notice four black screws very close the groove into which the grill fits.Using a correct size + screwdriver unscrew all the four screw anticlockwise till you feel the whole speaker panel shake loose. Make sure somebody is holding the outer frame while you are doing it or it might suddenly fall. The are red and black spring clip connectors for the speaker wires. Disconnect them foe removing the speakers completely.
power thenopen the dispenser cover and remove the four screws securing the
dispenser bezel to the top cover then lift the bezel off. The
top cover with the dispenser bezel off can be lifted to the rear of the machine to access the door locking mechanism, but you have to remove the
front panel first.
Open the machine door and remove the four screws located
vertically along the
inside lip of the door opening. These screws hold the front panel to
the front shroud assembly.
Once the four screws are removed,
grasp and press in on the upper edges of the front panel posts then
twist it inward to release the clips holding it to the cabinet. Tilt the
top of the front panel then move it away and set it aside.
top cover is held on each side of the cabinet by two hold down
brackets. Locate and remove the 5/16" hex-head screws holding each
Swing the bracket to the outside and unhook it
slot in the top cover lip.
Open the door then lift the front of the
top cover and tilt it toward the rear of the machine. The door locking mechanism can now be removed and replaced.. Reinstall
the top cover and the front panel by following the removal steps in
We would exoect to see four, 4 ohm speakers in series parallel or four 16 ohm speakers in parallel.
If teh unit seems to rattle, first put an audio oscillator into it and sweep the frequency. It is common for grilles and also logos attached to them to rattle.
Open the unit and power each speaker the same way individually for a test.
I suspect you will find either the grille or mounting hardware is actually doing the rattling OR possibly the wires inside are vibrating.
If the sound is a scratchy buzz, then the speaker(s) have probably had voicecoils damaged by overheating.
In this case, buy 4 new speakers and replace all. It is not likely to find replacements for the Buggera brand they put in these cabinets. Also the word on the web about that brand of speaker is not very good.
Access to the igniter (part #35001100) requires the removal of the top cover, console, and the front panel. Disconnect power to the dryer prior to servicing to avoid the risk of electric shock.
Remove the top cover by removing the two 10-mm screws attaching it to the rear of the dryer then slide the cover rearward and lift it off the dryer cabinet. Take note of the notch in the top cover engaging the screw on the cabinet during reassembly.
Remove the two screws mounting the heater PCB board to the cabinet then disconnect the black and white connectors from the board.
Remove the four screws securing the console to the cabinet then rotate the console down and remove it from the dryer.
Remove the four screws securing the top of the front panel to the cabinet and the two screws at the lower portion of the door opening. Once the screws are removed, lean forward the top of the front panel and disconnect the interior light harness. Lift the panel to disengage the three tabs securing its bottom to the base of the dryer and move the panel away.
Disconnect the igniter harness and remove the single screw attaching the igniter to the burner assembly. Slide the igniter back and remove it.
Install and secure the new igniter then make sure to reconnect the harness. Reassemble the front panel, console, and the top cover by reversing the given removal steps above.
SOMETIMES the handle screws must be removed as well.
I have taken a lot of these out and the key is to figure out which direction it comes out... MOST are out the back and sometimes a board across the back has to be taken off with four screws to clear a transformer.
FIGHTING getting the thing out when it catches on the Tolex covering is the USUAL problem. Takes patience and sometimes a blade to hold the Tolex back.