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I need to put the belt of my dryer ithe correct place

My dryer had something disconnected in it so I opened the dryer up and found that the belt was the one disconnected. How do i out it back in?

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Take out all the screws on the out side of back panel pull the drum back place belt over the front of drum and slide on release spring place belt behind pulley and replace spring

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