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Always unplug the dryer before working on it and watch for sharp corners.
There should be two spring clips between the top and front panels.
Insert a flat object like a putty knife about 6 inches from each side. Push in and top should raise. Once both are done top will hinge back.
The front panel should have two screws, either at the bottom front or inside top. Remove. The inner bulkhead will have four screws. Remove top two and feed belt through the face, then replace the top screws. then remove the lower screws, feeding the belt the rest of the way through. Doing it this way keeps the drum from falling. Complete belt installation. The belt goes completely around the drum , turning the around the motor with the idler arm to keep tension on it.
This sounds like the drum's drive belt broke. But also ensure there isn't a problem with the drive motor. Do you still hear a motor running when you turn it on? If so, you'll need to replace the drive belt.
Most likely your timer assembly is defective. If you are so inclined, unplug the Dryer and remove the back cover (several screws)at the top section of the back panel. Pull the timer knob off the front panel of the dryer. There are usually a couple of screws that hold the timer assembly in place and a wiring plug in module, unplug and remove. You can go to a local Appliance Parts depot(see yellow pages or internet) and take the old one in to match up the part number etc. It also helps to take your Make/Model/Serial numbers in as well. This part is usually about $30 to $50. Many of these Parts depots can test the old one for you if you ask them to see if this is the actual fault before buying the new one.
the belt is not causing the squeek. either the tub rollers, or the idler pully is squeeking. you must remove the front panels and drum to inspect these parts. usually when a roller or idler pully is squeeking, you need to replace them. if they arnt to worn, you can clean the shaft and grease them to stop the squeek, but i dont recomend that, as it will just be a temporary fix and will start squeeking again. this isnt a easy repair if you've never done it. let me know if you have any further questions. Shane
Sounds like you need a blower wheel.you will need to remove the front panel and the houseing under the front panel.It is located on the bottom front laft side. if you need help on assembly or disassembly let me know hope i fixya :)