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Hello all! My name is Sarah and I have a problem with getting my Maytag dryer back together (model number: MDE3500AYM). I had to replace 1 of the drum rollers in the very back of the machine. I have everything put back together UP TO the point where the dryer belt is in place and ready to go. Now I just have to replace (AKA: put back together) the frame cover that includes the cover for the tumbler. I have NO IDEA what screws go where, or how to put this piece back on! I have all of the pieces from when I took the dryer apart, but I have no idea where any of them go. My dryer manual does not include any diagrams of how to help me with this problem- it only seems to have wiring diagrams, etc. My main problem, when it comes to re-attaching this piece/frame is that there are multiple holes on the the dryer where the frame that I am trying to re-attach is going. I am unsure as to what holes to put what screws through. I also have two plastic triangle-like pieces (white in color) that appear to be hole-covers. I have no idea where these go either! Sorry that this message is so confusing! I have been trying to put this back together now for 3 weeks and I am still quite clueless about the whole thing! Thank you for anyone who can help! I appreciate your time and patience! ~Sarah

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When you say frame In my mind I see three sides attached, The door and front open, top with controls attached Like this maybe?
Smaller screws are innerframe longer outer in. You can do this! Just some minor set back...you got this far. Triangle Pieces I belive are corner protectors right and left lower, not positive tho. sorry. should be guide clips too, is the model bychance ending in W not M. Its hard to figure on what parts are left.... I will try to find you a diagram, other than the one attached


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