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Samsung dv210 will not turn

I can select power then set to what settings i want, whether timed or sensor controlled i hear a little click sound top left of the machine and a second or two later i hear it again. any ideas for me to look at? any help appreciated

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Belt come off/damaged? Same thing happened to us and the clicking noise was our shredded belt flapping around hitting the drum. see : We fixed our dryer!! so happy!! First We ordered the dryer belt with part # Samsung Dryer Belt 66002-001655. I got it off Amazon at a good price $11-13 at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001KGX...THANK GOD we ordered it just in case because it turned out the belt had NOT slipped off but was SHREDDED apart. The BEST ADVICE to this particular model Samsung VRT steam dryer DV419AEW came from a commenter to another thread . Follow this thread if you have Samsung VRT steam dryer with model # DV419AEW= this threadhttp://www.fixya.com/support/t1210394-sa... The comment at the BOTTOM of the reply made by "dumb-stump". He describes how you take apart this particlar model. I also watched the youtube video on belt placement http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obaoSDbzY... This shows how to place on pulleys etc once you get belt around the drum.

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