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Disconnect the power
lay machine on it's left side
remove back cover screw and cover
slip belt off pully
unplug motor wires
undo bolts holding motor
pull motor to rear of machine
revome motor to bench
locate brush housings
undo retaining clip and slide out old brush
fit new brush
replete with other brush
reasonable in reverse of removal
I have the same projector. Many years ago the main drive belt rotted off and needed to be replaced. This drive belt drives everything in the projector. If yours has failed, you will need to remove the back cover (4 phillips screws) and replace it. Just find the drive motor (about center top) inside the projector. With the shaft pointing front to back, the main drive pully is on the back end with a fan mounted on the front end. E-bay sells replacement belts for about $10.00 to $13.00 dollars. I just used a belt that I picked up at the local electronics store that looked like it would fit. You should replace both belts, if one has failed, this is an old projector. If only the take reel has a problem, ie slipping, adjust the clutch on the rear drive pully. Ray
hello dave to do this you'll have to take the front panel off so you can pull the tumbler out so you can get to your pully and tensioner on the bottom on the dryer,loop the belt on the pully and keep tension on it while you slip the tumbler back in now loop the belt around the tumbler and after the tumber is sitting on your glides spin the tumbler till the belt is in place,if you can have somebody help you its easyer putting the tumbler back in with 2 people while keeping the belt on the pully on the bottom of the dryer. any other problems or questions let me know i've dont mine about 6 months age its a little pain in the **** but not inpossable
There should be some kind of tensioner around the motor or one of the pully's. The other problem could be that the belt you bought is the wrong one for your model. If you still have the old belt, measure the new belt against the old one and the new belt should be slightly smaller. I hope this info helps.
pull dryer away from wall
remove 1 screw each side at back of top plate
slide top plate backwards and lift off
undo 1 screw each side of front kickplate
tlit front panel up
unplug door switch
set front panel aside
careful of control panel its V.fragile
(I lay the dryer on its back)
pull out old belt and bits of belt
loop new belt round drum at wear marks
pull tensioner to end of travel against spring
loop belt round motor pulley & both tensioner wheels(most creda) 1 wheel (old)
rotate drum by hand to make sure belt wont jump off
reassemble in reverse order
creda uses hotpoint parts
Remove the old belt making note of the pullys that it goes around. The belt should have a make and model number on it. You can order a replacement online or go to your local hardware or Sears store. After receiving the belt and are ready to install, note that one pully will have a bolt or screw that you can untighten so that the pully will move back and forth so the belt will fit on. Pull the pully tight against the new belt and tighten the bolt or screw. This should work.