Question about Dryers
I have a dlg 2532w that has a bad vibration, when you place your hand on the drum while it is spinning the vibration seems to go away somewhat. It is 4 yrs old and it gets used alot, do you think this is a belt problem or possibly a motor issue?
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
There's only a couple of things that will cause the problem you just described. A broken dryer belt, or a defective drive motor. However, most drive motors are equipped with a centrifugal switch that closes when the motor turns. Without this switch closed, the heating circuits would not energize. So...I would recommend you check to see if your dryer belt has broken. If you can post back with comments on BRAND name and MODEL number (located along the inside of the door opening somewhere, or on the back of the console) I can give you advice on how to repair this yourself. Let me know. I hope this helps you.
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