Question about Dryers
Hi Drinkben, Pull the dryer out and disconnect the power. Pop the top up and raise it like the hood of a automobile. The Front that the door is hing from will either pop off or you may have to remove screws to get the front to come loose. Once the top and front are dsilocated, you can clear the old belt. Put the new belt over the drum and raise the drum a bit to allow the belt to go undeneath. Thread the belt so that it araps the tensioner and around the motor pully. Roll the drum by hand to besure the belt tensions properly. Then reassemble the dryer. Plug n the power cord, and slide it into place. This is an Easy job to do and with your Ingenuity , I am sure this will help you complete the task.
Posted on Sep 30, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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