Question about Dryers
I believe I overloaded the dryer as I heard some squeaking noises when I turned the dryer on. I immediately turned it off and took some clothes out and proceeded. An hour later I went to retrieve my clothe and they were still wet. I ran another cycle and about an hour later they were still wet. At that point I noticed how quiet the dryer was and I believe its not ''tumbling'' the way it should. Is this a belt issue? If so how difficult is it to change?
Probably is a belt issue. It'll take two people to change. You'll have to take the front off to access the drum and be mindful of the belt route. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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