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The idler arm has a white wheel. the belt sits on the wheel (both sides). Push down on the the wheel / arm and the belt should now go around the motor pulley. groove side of the belt is against the drum. So it should look like this, if your looking at it from back right side of unit, left side of belt against white wheel, press down and fit the loop around the motor pulley. Good luck!

Posted on May 14, 2009

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SOURCE: replacing belt, can't seem to get belt tight. Need to know how to wrap belt around pulleys.

You can find the belt routing for your Maytag here:
http://www.repair-help.com/kb/index.php?article=105
If it won't tension, perhaps you have the wrong belt. The correct belt can be purchased from your local source or this website.

For those of you with other Brands of dryers start here:
http://www.repair-help.com/kb/index.php?category=13

Note: After unplugging dryer; The belts for most regular dryers are accessed by removing the front panel.

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