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Yes it can. Track? I believe it is held up on springs. You will need to open up the washer. Remove the rear screws that hold the top cover on. Remove the top cover by sliding it towards the rear. Visually inspect where the drum came of. Not that many parts that hold the drum up. Good luck!
remove 4 torx screws from the top of control panel,then slide control panel sideways till you can lift it up off the top cover,then open the dryer door on the upper door land area there are 2 screws going up into the top cover remove them then you can remove the top cover,then on each side at the top there is a screw holding the front panel in place,remove these then you can remove door switch wires from the door switch and lift up on this panel to remove it off the gussets on the bottom of the door,then you can install the top door bearing and 4 drum slides
Remove the top panel to access the outside of the drum where the baffle securing screws are found. Remove the three hex-head screws from the rear flange of the dryer's top cover the lift the rear of the cover and slide it back so the tabs clear the catches on the bracket and remove the cover from the unit.
Turn the drum until the baffle screws are on top then remove the screws and the baffles. Install the new baffles then the top cover. Make sure that the tabs slide under the bracket catches when you reinstall the top cover.
The top cover screws have nylon flat washers on them. Be sure to use these screws when you reinstall the top cover.
you cant remove the rear panel the sides and back are all one piece,you remove the control panel screws in the back,then the control panel,then the top panel cover comes off,the front then comes off,remove the drum belt and drum and you can get to the inside rear wall from here
Marty, you need to remove the front cover on these and most dryers by removing lower front kick panel screws, then remove the front cover and then you access the top cover screws to remove top cover then you can access th drum belt
Either lint is clogging the airflow or a fuse is popped from overheating, or the heating element is broken..
You have to open up and clean out no matter what.
Unplug the unit.
Remove the lint screen and the two screws at the lint slide.
Use a putty knife to release and pry up the clips which hold down the top cover, tilt up the top cover.
Remove the two screws near the top which secure the front cover, tilt out and lift off of the two clips at bottom.
Release the belt tensioner and remove the drum.
Now you can completely vacuum out the entire cabinet. I know some persons who take a pressure washer to it (the motor seems to tolerate the wet treatment).
Remove the rear cover by removing the screws.
On the left (as you look at the rear) you will see a duct leading to the lint screen. Remove the screws and wiring harness (mark the wires). Lift it away and you will see the blower fan. It is invariably loaded with crud, coins, paperclips etc. Clean it out. If you must remove it turn it clockwise as a wrench holds the motor shaft stationary (there is a flat spot near the belt pulley).
Check the heating element. It should not be broken and read "closed" on an ohmmeter.
Clean all and reassemble after you have replaced any fuses.
Fuses should read "closed" or zero ohms. Some person test for bad fuses by temporarily connecting the two wires and then running the unit. If it only gets hot when you do this you should DEFINITELY replace the fuse.
the back plate does not come off.
to get to the motors, belt, sensors...
remove the screws to the inner top cover(under outer cover) and the plastic strips- slide strips front or back to remove.
remove the screws to the front panel- 2 top front, 4 inside door.
as you pull the front off, unhook the light and the door switch
remove the scres to the front drum plate.
reach under drum and unhook belt-take note how it goes around motor and tensioner.
lift drum out and observe everything else.
remove rear pannel and the motor is right there remove drum to acess the motor
remember to lay the dryer on an angle or even flat on it's face if you can to re insert the drum assembly and dont forget the belt
The top cover or rear cover? The rear cover is usuallyr held in place with a small handfull of screws. You might have to slide the cover off some hooks when all the screws are removed. If you want the top of, you will probably have to remove the rear cover first, then loosen the top cover and slide it off, or slide it slightly then lift it off.