Question about Whirlpool Dryers
The exhaust blower is under the drum unless you've taken one apart can be frustrating any way the top had to come up first using a thin putty knife where the top piece sets on the main body on near each end push the knife in you will feel a springy resistance push in and lift both side top should come up for got open door once you have the top up disconnect the door switch on the front panel there is a screw at the top on each side this holds the front panel pull towards you and up will come off the tabs, pull the lint screen out take of the the lint screen duct assembly few screws might have to disconnect 2 wires for sensor bars the front shroud for the drum should have 4 screws holding it on the drum will drop alittle below the drum you will see the blower it is belt driven
Posted on Apr 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would change both the pulley which is pt# 8544739 and is basically a nut with right hand thread, but a question is have you tried just putting it back on and tightening it up. I've seen this problem before and its very rare that a new one is needed.
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Posted on May 01, 2012
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