One of the internal baffles on the dryer is very loose. It appears that fasteners may be coming off. It looks like the top of the dryer has hinges and should rotate up, but how do you get the top to come up so that I can look at the baffle. The baffle is currently at the top of the dryer in it's rotation and if I can just figure out out to get the top up I should be able to see what is coming loose.
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Re: Dryer Baffle Coming Loose
See if there are 2 screws located at the bottom front of dryer,unscrew anft panel up untilthe clips that are at the top disengage, disconnect door switch and any other connections , taking note of the connections.
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an easy way of reinstalling the baffle is remove the top cover or rather flip the cover upward this will show you the dryer drum in which u can spin the drum to the proper spot where u can retighten the screws that hold the baffle on hope this helps
On this model you will see 4 phillips screws in the recessed area when the door is open. 2 on each side. Take the 2 on the right out and then the 2 holding the hinges to the cabinet. Remove the door and then pull the front panel off by pulling toward you. Then you will see 2 screws holding the top down. 1 on each side near the top. Remove these and the top will lift back resting against the wall. From here you can get to the baffles. Good luck and thanks, Rick
Open the front door where you load the machine.
Look towards the top where the door normaly closes, there ususualy two screws that you can unscrew there.
Once loose the top pannel should come off, which allowes you to remove the front panel with 2 screws as well.
Remove the door and the plastic pieces on the opposite side. Take the front panel off. There will be one metal bracket on each side holding the top panel down. Remove those brackets and lift the top. Turn the drum where the loose baffle is up top and tighten loose screws or replace missing ones.
ALL service is perfromed from the FRONT. Shock Hazard Warning! Open the dryer door aand remove the screws that hold the door hinges, remove the door, and on the opposite side that have just 2 screws where the door would attach if it was converted to the oppsite opening direction, and remove the front panel. Remove the front bulkhead,(the internal drum opening panel), by removing the 4-5/16" screws that hold it to the outer side panels. Reach back to the rear of the motor and release the tension on the idler and drum belt. Remove the belt and lift drum slightly upward and remove from the unit. You should then observe 2 rollers about 3" in diameter positioned at about 5 and 7 o'clock. The roller at the 5 o'clock position is most likely bound up or not free-rolling. TRU-ARC spring clips,(you may need to purchase), retain the rollers on the shaft and need to be carefully removed and saved for reaasembly. Inspect roller at 7 o'clock for free operation. Purchase what you need and reassemble.
the top cover is fastened by spring like tabs on the machine rear. the front edge of the top merely clips to the front panel. the top needs to be removed to gain access to the bolts that hold the front panel on. these are inside the top corners of the machine. once these are out, the front cover should just pull up to remove. there may be a light connection and the door switch wires here too. then you can get to the screws that hold the baffles in place.