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that would be a broken belt, or the motor, I say belt. You will need to open the top of the dryer and look in the middle of the drum for a belt, which is not there I am sure, here are some websites,Tim:
Unplug the dryer. The easiest way to check the belt is remove the plate on the lower rear of the dryer. Look in to see if the belt is attached around the pulley wheel. The only way to change the belt is to remove the screws in the front panel. Open the door. Look up in the door opening and remove these screws. Then you can raise the lid. If the belt needs changing you must remove the 2 screws in the top right and left sides of the front panel.Just inside the front panel.Then disconnect the door switch wires and remove the front panel. Slip the belt over the drum. Then open the lower rear panel to reach in to put the belt around the tension pulley.
If you have the belt already then open the dryer door and there should be a couple screws in the opening where the door normally closes at the top. Remove those and then the door should be able to completely come off then you will have access to the belt area.
I am not familiar with this particular dryer, but all electric dryers are designed so that the consumer can replace the belt. Open the access door ( the back, the top, or the removable panel at the bottom front) and the belt should be visible; a few minutes of study will show you what you need to do to change it.
either the top pries up or you'll have 2 screws at the very bottom of the front panel from there you can remove the front panel but make sure you disconnect the door switch wires before yanking the front panel away
the best way i can tell you is open the back put the belt on the motor then visually pull the tension pulley back and put the belt on the tension back on the belt. if you are changing the belt you must touch the spring.let me know how it goes.
Hi thanks for the question. to replace the belt. open the door. screws on the inside, under top. remove screws . lift the top. 2 screws on the inside, of front panel. remove. pull front off. now replace the belt. thanks the appliance doc. please rate me. thanks