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the four holes on rear are for wall mounted bracket, the stand that goes in bottom generally requires the removing of a cover plate which will be about size of the upper part of stand and will be approx four screws, remove cover and stand will slot in and fix with scres/bolts accordingly.
1) Unplug the dryer and pull it far enough away from the wall to remove the vent hose. 2) Remove the screws securing the rear access panel, leaving the top center screw for last. Set the panel aside. 3) Remove the two wires connected to the limit thermostat on the side of the chimney. You need to write down & remember that the wires go to the thermostat and the spade connectors on the ends of the wires will only fit the thermostat. Remove the two wires at the bottom of the chimney connected to the terminals mounted in ceramic insulators. These terminals are part of the heater element. 4) Now go up to the top of the dryer and remove the two screws under the lint filter (pull the filter out first). 5) We need to open the top of the dryer now. Slide a putty knife in between the dryer top and the cabinet to release the clips holding the top down. Push in and pry up about 2.5" in from each corner (see the diagram below). 6) Grab a stub flat blade screwdriver or a short screwdriver (you aren't going to have much room), raise the top (use your head to prop it up) and remove the sheet metal screw securing the mounting ******** top of the heater chimney (it's way to the back and to your left). Before you remove the strap note how it is looped through the slot on top of the chimney. 6A) Some newer elements are now 1/2 of the size of the older style versions, picture help and more picture help and even more picture help. 7) Go back to the rear of the machine and pull the top of the chimney back and out of the drum bulkhead. Note how the chimney sits on two mounting brackets for later reinstallation. Lift the chimney up and off of its mounting brackets. 8) Lay the chimney down with the vent on the top facing you. Remove the sheet metal screw near the bottom. This releases the heater element. Slide the old element out. Confirm that it has failed by locating the break in the coil. 9) Position the chimney above the mounting brackets and carefully lower it into the slots. Push the top of the chimney back into the hole in the drum bulkhead. If the chimney doesn't fit snugly into the hole, check the alignment of the slots at the base of the chimney with those in the mounting brackets. 10) Raise the top again and replace the mounting strap and the screw at the top of the chimney. Lower the top and lock the clips by pushing the top down. Replace the two screws that were under the lint filter. Slide the lint filter back in. 11) Reconnect the two wires to the limit thermostat and the two wires to the heater element terminals. If the heater element terminals are different from those on the ends of the wires that you disconnected, use the connectors supplied with the new element and splice them onto your wires. 12) Replace the rear access panel and its mounting screws. Reconnect the dryer vent hose and plug in the power cord. Check for proper operation.
With the tv laying flat on to the screen, remove the two screws in the recessed holes. Then remove the two screws above towards the input panel, one under AUDIO-L/AUDIO-R and the one under HDMI-1. The stand should easily slide out.
remove screws under lint screen ...press clips in at front corners of top and lift top remove 5/16 screws on inside top of front panel lift front off ck idler pulley if is roller type just reinstall loop belt from left and push through idler bracket and over motor pulley..bracket fits in slots in base if idler is glide type replace it with roller type 691366(i think)
Removing doors can be tricky... if you need to reinstall them.
First remove the plastic cover top door if it's an over under. Usually the screws are 5/16 there are 3 screws usually. Remove 2 screws loosen up the third. swing the bracket out of the way. Reinstall the screws you removed, this keeps interior screw plate in place and does not allow it to shift. Remove the 3rd screw , Remove the bracket reinstall the 3rd screw.
lift up and remove the door rememder washer locations.
Is there a washer on top of the middle bracket? Do not loose this or get it confussed with the bottom washer on the bottom bracket. Next there should be 2 screws on the middle braclet.
Remove one, loosen the other swing the bracket around. Install the removed screw. Remove the second screw. Remove the bracket, reinstall the screw. Lift bottom door up remove.
Now do the same to the bottom bracket. Or do not remove the bottom bracket if you don't have to. hope thisd helps.