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Dpsr475ewoww dryer electric ge belt

How to replace the belt

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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

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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Here is the best way I have found to get replacement parts.

You can find parts for your unit by doing a search for “appliance parts”.
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Posted on Dec 16, 2009

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SOURCE: How to replace belt on Ge dryer # DNXR473GW0WW

dryer was working ,when wife checked on it , the dryer had stopped with 20 min. left. now it's as though there is no power to the mach. I have checked and there is power at the location.

Posted on Apr 17, 2010

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GE dryer turns on but doesn't spin


Probably nothing but a broken belt. Ge dryers can be tricky. Most of them cannot be accessed from the rear anymore. Lots of videos on youtube now that show how to replace a dryer belt on a GE dryer.

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replace the belt and tensioner pully to eliminate the squealing

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Won't start all of a sudden. Power is getting to the unit, no breakers thrown. Interior light works... just won't run. What do I check first? GE model DPSR475EWOWW


First, find your breaker box and locate the breaker that runs the dryer. Now flip the breaker off and then back on. Now try the dryer. If it made not change. Gain access to the back of dryer. There is a small panel toward the bottom that you can take off. After unplugging the dryer, take the little panel off. Look inside and check the belt. Make sure it is tight and still going around the motor shaft and pulley. With this model, there is a switch that turns the dryer off so that it will not run when the belt comes off. If the belt is on, you will have a bad thermal fuse and bad cycling thermostat. The thermal fuse is located on the top of the element housing and the cycling thermostat is located on the blower housing. When the cycling thermostat goes out the dryer then cycles on the thermal fuse until it goes bad. This then cuts the power on one leg of the 220V coming to the dryer. Remember, a dryer runs off of 220vs. This consist of two 110v legs. The element is the only component inside the dryer that works off of both 110v legs. Some component work off of one leg and the other component work off the other. When you loose one leg, some things will work and others will not. I hope this makes since. It's the best way I can explain it. If I can explain any of this or help anymore, please send a comment back to me.
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Dryer belt replacement


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

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Squeeks loadly when running


The drum belt is slipping or a support wheel bearing is worn.  Spray some belt dressing on the belt or replace the belt.  Lubricate the wheel bearing or replace it.  It is also possible that the seal between the drum and the housing (at the back) is worn and the drum is rubbing metal-to-metal on the housing.

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you need to remove the front panel and kickplate (if you have one) This will allow you to detach the front of the top of the dryer and you can prop the top up while you replace the belt around the drum, down to the drive belt. Here's a link for your make and model. It shows an exploded view of the parts of your dryer. http://www.partselect.com/MultiModels.aspx?ModelNum=dde7100&searchTerm=&RefineSearch=0. This can help you figure out what parts you might need and how things go back together. Good luck!

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Broken belt


Hi , in replacing belt try to trace where belt way to go outside remove some bolts be sure unplug power , in putting back belt is the same way go in to install belt.

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Belt Not Tight


The belt gets tight when you press the pulley arm down place the belt over the outer edge of the pulley and then over the motor axis. The belt then runs like in a "eight". Christian

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GE PRofile DPSR475EWOWW


Don, the drum on this model rotates on a bearing in back. This is most likely where the sqeeling is comming from. You will have to service this from the front. Should be 2 screws just above the door on each side. Remove them and the top will lift up. Slide the top off forward. Once the top is off, you will see a couple of screws holding the the front panel and door assy. on. One on each side inside front panel. Unplug the door harness and remove the front panel and door. Undo the belt and the drum should pull straight out. Watch out not to get the belt hung on the motor. Now you will see the rear bearing and shaft bracket that the drum rides on. It may need to be replaced or just lubed up real good. Catriver.

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