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How do you get to the belt to change it

I need to change the belt on the drum I don't know how to get to it it maytag. DE 410 elevtric

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Remove front cover,then top cover, slip new belt over drum,then either from the front or rear you can string it onto motor pulley and then over idler pulley manually rotate drum to make sure belt is centered on pulleys and your done

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Here is the picture of the routing of your Maytag..
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here is a descent website, Hope it helps Tim:

http://www.partselect.com/dryer+dryer-wont-tumble+repair.htm

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with some you have to remove the front upper and bottom panel
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Hi...you can go to the following website and check out how the belt goes on the dryer.
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The situation will only worsen. The belt is best replaced before it breaks.

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