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I have some replacement bread machine belts. Is the number code on the side of the belt still visible? It should look something like this: STS 60 S3M 471 I need the code off the belt to see if I have one in stock.
See if the belt (that drives the bristles) if is loose or need replacement.The belts are located either on the left or right side of the bristle brush(you can locate it by putting the vacuum upright and see under the brushes). If it is loose or broken replace it(walmart has replacements for it or any hardware store)just bring the belt for the replacement number written on the belt,or know the brand and model number.
Well there is only turning the vacuum over and see if the brush is rotating.
If it is not moving then you need to replace the belt.
If you need to know how to remove the bottom plate to replace the belt, please post the model number, the numbers you posted above are not the kenmore model numbers, the model numbers will look like this
the belt broke,replace the belt,if you sent model number i could tell you the part number,open the door look around the opening where you put the clothes in and find the model number,call your parts guy,give him the number and he can tell you what belt you need
As you may imagine, a dryer is about the most simple household electric item there is. It is a gigantic tub that has a huge belt around it that attaches to an electric motor. The belt is rubber and subject to wear, as well as extreme heat caused by the whole process.
90% of the time its the belt, but unusually, your motor could be fried (which makes repair worthless). It's no wonder people make a living off of taking these units off the side of the road, replacing the belt for $20 and selling them on CL for $100.
You need to locate the model number and/or serial number for your unit. Also you need to open it up (which should be easy) and confirm the belt is mangled, and the motor spins fine. The belt could also just have jumped the track, and you can replace it. Replacing the belt is similar to putting a chain back on a bicycle. Usually if the belt jumps the track, it needs replacement anyway. Take the belt off/out of the way, and run the dryer to confirm the electric motor is running fine.
After that plug you model number and/or serial in google, with "replacement belt" and you should be able to find information on it.
Go to appliancepartspros.com and type in your model number. Use the suggested model number they provide, which is the XMW0 suffix you have listed. The part numbers will be the same for these models. If you look under the "Cabinet" diagram at item number 56, it states in the part description that this belt replaces the 5 rib (wider) belt that you have and fits all Whirlpool models. The part number is AP2946843.
For a diagram on how to replace the belt, go to repairclinic.com and click on the "Repair Help" link at the top of the page. On the next page, is a link for "Dryer Belt Diagrams" under the "Special Features" section. Scroll down to Whirlpool and use diagram H. I hope this helps you. Let me know if you require additional assistance.