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If you are talking about replacing the belt wit a new one.
YOU NEED TO FIRST UNPLUG THE DRYER!
This is a difficult procedure, you have to take the dryer apart, this includes removing the drum. after you remove the drum, place the belt around the drum, there will be a place worn where the old belt was, with the belt on the drum put back in the dryer, place the belt on the motor pulley with the tension pulley pushing on the belt. Make sure to get the felt around the drum in the back. Replace the parts you removed. plug back in and see if runs ok.
This is very difficult and is why we get $95 + parts
Unplug the dryer and using a 1/2 inch pait scraper locate the spring loded clips holding the top down to the front of the cabnet. They are located about one to two inches from the front corners of the dryer.
Lift the top and rest it on the wall behind the dryer.
Looking inside the dryer locate the screws holding the front panel to the cabnet and remove the screws.
Mark the wires to the door switch and remove.
Remove the front panel.
Go behind the dryer and remove the small rear panel near the bottom of the dryer.Observe how the belt is attached to the pulleys.Release the tention on the belt by moving the belt tentioner and sliding the belt off the motor pulley.
Go to the front of the dryer and grab the belt on the top of the dryer drum. Holding the belt lift the drum straight out holding the drum with the belt.
Check to see if all the rollers are in good shape and rotate freeley. Oil if needed.
Check to see if the teflon gliders located on the front panel that hold the drum are in good shape. Replace if needed.
Vaccum the inside of the dryer.
Put the new belt over the drum and line the drum up and install back into the dryer.
Put the front panel back on and reinstall the two screws.
Replace the door switch wires.
Make sure the grooves on the belt are flat to the dryer drum
Put the top down and go behind the dryer'
Locate the belt.
Pinch the belt and insert it under the tention pulley and slide it over the motor pulley. Make sure the belt is positioned straight and located where the old belt was positioned on the drum.
put belt around drum then around motor pulley, then pull or push idler pulley so as to put belt over this pulley and release,this will tighten the belt,then manually hand rotate drum to self-align belt on pulleys and drum and put covers back on
The belt is acessable from the front of the dryer you can remove it by popping the top up then taking off the front of the dryer off the drum will come out now place the belt around the drum and put back in now the belt goes around the drum the motor pulley and under the tentioner pulley replace front and top and you are good to go thank you
Go to repairclinic.com. Click on the "Repair Help" heading on the left-hand side of the screen. On the next page is a "Dryer Belt Diagrams" heading on the left hand side. Your dryer belt diagram will be either "H" or "K" listed under the Whirlpool section. Your Kenmore is manufactured by Whirlpool. I hope this helps you. Please post back if you need further assistance.
pull the front off then put the belt around the drum then pull the idler pulley back to put tension on it and put the belt around the motor pulley let the idler pulley back against the belt to keep it tight replace the front and your done