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Crosley CDE6500AZW heating, but drum not rolling

The problem happened after an indoor flap to the outside was installed backwards, preventing the air to vent out.

One cycle was done like this. After cycle was done, clothes were still very wet. I fixed the flap so that it lets the air vent outside properly.

We then started the dryer once again and the dryer ran for about 10 minutes and then stopped on its own.

Now, when we turn it on, the heating element heats up, but nothing else seems to be working. The temperatur is set to Regular for the above. I've tried on the temperatur setting for Air Fluff and Low setting, and same result, except for Air Fluff, I don't hear a click that I hear for the Regular setting.

Also, when element heats up, a distinct burning smell can be detected (the kind of smell when an electric heater has not been turned on for a long time and dust has accumulated on the elements).

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  • Brian Richard Mar 01, 2009

    I've opened the top and checked the belt and it looked fine.



    A new symptom though, the light inside the drum doesn't come on anymore.

  • Dan Webster
    Dan Webster May 11, 2010

    Broken belt?

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OK Here is what I think happened. I have heard of this before. You melted a wheel and that broke the belt. This is a simple dryer to repair and parts are not that much. Well worth fixing. Start by popping the top remove the front then get the drum out and inspect the damage.
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Posted on Mar 01, 2009

  • Dan Webster
    Dan Webster Mar 02, 2009

    The fuse may very well be blown. But that would kill the dyer. Did you say the dryer will run?

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