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I need to find out what size belt i need for my mcclary dryer

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Model number is required for any parts, the other method is to measure the old belt.

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I understand that you are having a problem with your dryer, you need a belt. Almost all dryers are belt driven so yes they are common items to a dryer. However, all belts for dryers are not the same size, shape or length. I would be glad to help assist you in your endeavor of replacing the belt if you can post a make and model of the dryer in question.

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  • remove the lint screen
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reasemble after repair in reverse order.

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