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Samsung DV4006J I HAVE THE BACK OFF IT THE BELT LOOKS LIKE IT CAME OF A PULLEY. IS THERE A CONFIGURATION TO PUT THE BELT BACK ON?? PROBLEM: HEAT WAS WORKING BUT DRUM WAS NOT MOVING ;:

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See:
http://www.fixya.com/support/t420249-samsung_dv4006j

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  • Chris Goulet Jul 01, 2009






    Sorry, I meant see:
    http://www.fixya.com/support/t1210394-sa...

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Yes the belt will go on the motor shaft then the idler pulley that keeps the belt tight will go on the outside of the belt after you pull it back to get tension on the spring

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Where to get an original Megadyne 1975 H7 belt:

eBay member 'appliance-parts' in Colorado, USA has emailed me that their Samsung DC66-00121A belts are Megadyne. Website: http://appliancefactory.com Email address: partsonline@appliancefactory.com

eBay member 'ladydi1975' in Ohio, USA has emailed me that their Maytag 35001010 belts are Megadyne. eBay store: Discount Appliance Parts.

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eBay member: 'zodiac300_0' in Brighton, United Kingdom. I have ordered a 1975H7 belt from them and received a Hutchinson.

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--Small scratches on the drum where the belt contacts it. The scratches may be like small knives and damage the belt. Sand with a fine sandpaper.

--Idler pulley damaged or bearing worn.

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