Question about Dryers
Hopefully there's instructions on the belt container. Keep in mind the grooves go around the motor pulley, probably up on the drum. The tensioner is always tough, hard to get both hands in the area. One to hold the tensioner in place, the other to install the belt around the pulleys. Eventually I have to work out a way to do it with one hand. Take your time, practice, watch out for sharp edges. Of course, have the unit unplugged.
If there's no instructions, keep in mind that the belt must go around the motor pulley more than half a turn, and usually the same for the tensioner. That results in an S-shaped configuration, with the tensioner making a long swing to get into place, stretching the spring out.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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