Question about LG dlex2501v front load steam electric dryer 7.3 cft factory refurbish
LG DLEX2501 Dryer; making a loud vibrating noise as it spins/drys; 1 year old at the most: - bad rollers? - bearings? - repair manuals? - good links/sites/repair shops? Appreciate any constructive thoughts/assistance--Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dryer won't spin
step 1- remove the face of the dryer, then remove the cover for the fan, check to see if object is blocking the fan, if object is there , remove object, if not go to step 2
step 2- check to see if the belt is broken, if the belt is broken replace the belt.
step 3 - remove the belt from the motor and turn the dryer on, if the motor doesn’t turn then you need to replace the motor.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: How do I remove a roller
The front of the dryer's drum is usually supported by two rollers. These wheels are either metal with a rubber rim or pressed nylon. If the rollers squeak but appear to be in good condition, apply a few drops of 20-weight nondetergent motor oil (not all-purpose oil) to them. If the rollers are worn, you can replace them if the roller assembly is not riveted. To replace drum rollers:
Step 1: Remove the front of the cabinet. Rollers are usually held on a metal shaft by a spring clip.
Step 2: Remove the rollers by prying the spring clip off with a screwdriver. Under the clip are a washer, the rollers, and another washer. You might have to remove a small nut at the back of the shaft and remove the shaft itself to reach the rollers. Remove the rollers from the shaft and clean away built-up lint and dirt before installing the new roller. This dirt and lint buildup could cause the drum to turn slowly, which prevents proper drying and strains other dryer components.
Step 3: Install the new rollers on the shaft with the washers in the same position.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
SOURCE: GE Dryer DPSR483GA2WW too noisy
Remove the rear panel from the unit. This should expose the motor, drive belts, and the drum bearings. Now turn on the unit and your may be able to determine where the noise is coming from. Keep your hands away from moving parts and electrical connections!!
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
Until you know how serious a problem you have, I'd advise against continued use. If you are in the USA, go to http://www.lge.com/us/support/repair/support-repair-provider-lookup.jsp
to find a service provider for in warranty service, or call LG USA at 800-243-0000.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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