Appears to be the on/off button wore out. I wanted to take a look... There's a panel on the front, I removed the screws, but panel still won't come out. Afraid if I try too hard to pry it off, I'll break it.
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Unplug the dryer's 3-prong electrical cord from the power outlet.
Pull the dryer away from the wall and turn to one side to access the back of the appliance.
Remove the screws at the top of the dryer on the back panel.
Push the cover of the dryer from the front toward the back to disengage it from the cabinet, then lift the front of the cover up a few inches and toward the back at an angle.
Remove the two screws inside the front corners that attach the cover to the control panel. this will disconnect the cover from the front control panel.
Unplug the control panel from the wire plugs connected to the knobs and buttons. Set aside the control panel
Remove the two screws that were hidden underneath the control panel. These screws hold the top of the front cabinet in place.
Open the dryer door in the front of the appliance and remove the screws just below the slot for the lint screen, keeping one hand braced against the front of the cabinet to prevent it from falling forward. Removing these screws will detach the front cabinet from the sides, exposing the motor, dryer drum, belts and the blower for circulating hot air
the front control panel has 2 little screws on the 2 top corners remove them, then pry off the entire control panel (very careful ) once the panel is off remove 4 screws that hold the front to the body, then open the door and remove the 2 screws in front next to the lint filter, slowly remove the front door assembly starting from top, disconnect the door switch, then lift it off the front hooks and the door is out, then remove the front 4 screws from the front bearing and remove, so will gain access to the blower housing, good luck
The top cover needs to be lifted to the rear of the dryer to access the outside of the drum and tighten the baffle screws. But before the top cove can be lifted, the front panel must be removed first. Disconnect power to the dryer prior to servicing to avoid the risk of electric shock.
Open the dryer door and remove the four screws located vertically along the
inside lip of the door opening. These screws hold the front panel to
the front shroud assembly.
Once the four screws are removed,
grasp and press in on the upper edges of the front panel posts then
twist it inward to release the clips holding it to the cabinet. Tilt
the top of the front panel and move it away from the dryer.
top cover is held on each side of the cabinet by two hold down
brackets. Locate and remove the 5/16" hex-head screws holding each
bracket then swing the bracket to the outside and unhook it from the
slot in the top panel lip.
Open the door then lift the front of
the top panel and tilt it toward the rear of the dryer.
Rotate the drum until the baffle screws are on top to tighten it. Reinstall
the top panel and the front panel by following the removal steps in
usually you have to pop off and swing back the top( usally spring clips in the front) pry at the front,swing top open, then remove the screws from the front panel. im suspecting it came off because the felt wore off the drum edge.
Hi, It sounds likethe front tub bearing (Glides) might be wore down. To raise the top....... there are two screws located where the door closes to the front panel that hols the top down. Remove those screws and the top should raisse up. Look down toward the front of the drum and see if the glides or felt are ok.
Hope this helps
remove the lint fiter and remove the two phillips screws then lift the top up
you will find two screws on each side of the inside of the frount panel down about 4 inches , this when removed will allow you to swing the frount arround to gain access to the belt
You have a choice for which side front door should be on this model. There are 4 screws on front door. Take all 4 screws and pull down the front panel. You will see two metal parts each side which holds top panel. Remove two screws and metal parts. Now you can push up the top panel.